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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijoss ofappptjt,NauscR,bowol8 costive,
PaTnTn theHea3,witK a null sonsation in
the biicfe part, Pafnunderthe ahoulder
ElaoTo. fiillnew aftofeating, with a dining
, clinution Jexertionj)fbqdyor rnindj
Irritability of tamper, Low wpirita". Losa
meinoryjwith a feeling of lmvinfc nest
feete'd some dufTwoarinesaV Dimnessj
FluttertngroY the"H eart," Dotabeforn thtt
ejeYellow Skin, Hendaclio, KcBtlesaj
Eeaa at aighlTtiBbly colored Urine,
I? THESE WABm GS A EE UKHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILL8 are especially adapted to
such cnsea.uiiedoHe eflVets auciuu-liaiiga
of fettling a. to a'tonixh tli siiftornr.
They Inr-rena ApiwlUe, andcausa the
body li Tlie oil thus (lie avstern in
BourUn.Ml.and hvtiMlrTonl Anion on the
ItlirvMlK-Oricnna. I( iriilnr Nluols are pro
dneert. Price z cents, M Murray St., N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Gray IlAiKorWti thkkrs changed ti a Drossy
IUjM'K ly a single iipplleiUlou of Hit" Df. It
Imparts a natural color, ucw IiiaiiiiitniiRously,
Bold biilrufOxUvirsautiif iiruion rti'Hlptof 1.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
elr. tl Tl M Al. of ValuaM InlirMlo .nil fc
Uafel Kmi-IiiI. 111 lw -.114 mi l im aititllraUoa. JT
Sprain, Hums, PraltW, BniW, More
ne, Utrumntlsm, IlolN, I Irrrt, Old
toim, Tooilinrhp, lirnitaclie, more
Throat, AMtim.v Konrscues,
tVe., ,e., r.
jtsTnr i. fi'ltos, d. urooki, n. y.
" ProTlng itsnlf to be a necessity in ourhuuie."
P. A. WKSTKUYKLT, M. D., Nashville. Tenn,-
Have used largn quantities of POND'B EXTttACT
In tny practice."
In. 8. H. McOOP.rt, Matron, ITonio of Destitute
Children. " We find it uiort t-ffloaviona and aso
fUl." Cantlon.-POXIVa EXTRACT 1. anld only in
bo t tip. with the naruo blown in tho glass.
' $rr It in unsafe to una other articles with our
directions. Insist on having POND'H KKTltACT.
otuae all imitation and substitutes,
BPEOAL rHEfA RATIONS OF POKTVS EX.
TttAOT t'OMBINKD WITU TTIK JTKKST
ASD MOST DELICATE PERKDilEd
FOR LADIES' D0DD01U.
rOM'R EXTRACT fiOc, $1.00 and $1.75
Toilet Cream 1.00 Catarrh Cure J.i
Dentifrice.... oil Planter 85
Lin Halve g5 Inhaler (ilas60c)l.M
Toilet Koap (3 cakes) AO w.l Syrlmre J
Ointment Alt Medicated Paper... fa
Family fiyrlnw f 1.00.
Ordora aniomitiiiK to $5 worth, sent ciprosnfreo
on rnouipt of nioiioy or P. O. order.
fir OVH NtTV PM1HLKT WITH ITI.TORT OF Ot'B
PmtrAaATIOSl, Sent IKUE OH AITUCAWOST TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt Now YgTk.
( a preparation of I'rotoxMn of Iron, rruvlan
Hark and the Phnnphiitf., aH.oi'lnti'd with tlia
Vepi'tnblo Arnmatli'a. Kinlorncii dy the Mi'illcal
1'rofcsi.lun, and rwmnninidi'd liy. ilu-m for lym'
pep. la. f Jrnrrnl l'hllitr. I'rmal. !!
tVanlfif Vllaltly, nrrvitua I'roa
tralton, ContRlr.rrnr from t'rvrra
ad t'lirontc4'lilll mid t'rtrr. Itacrvua
very purpuao wiiuru a Tonic U mxcutary.
E&ncfactared Ij ThcDr.Hartor Medicine Co, SL Lomi
The following In one of ilio very many tcBtlmo
IxUlt w am recvirliiK dully i
Cntlmn: Some thn-e month, ago I bopin th6
Oac of Iu. IIaktkii'i ImiN Tonic, u in Uie ad
Tire of ui.ny frlnidawlin know it. vlrluta. 1 waa
ulfirinir fmin iii'iicntl di lilllly U .itch an extent
tliat iuy Inbor WHUHiCfilhigly bunlt.iiaoiiie tome.
A vacation of a uionlli did not (live nie much re
lief, lmt on the contrary, waa followed y In
crfaiwd proatratlon and alnklnir clillls. At UiH
time 1 btnaii theuao of your Ikon Tonic, lhm
which 1 realized alinoat luiiiK illula and wnmliTfUi
re.ulta. Tlieold energy relumed and I found that
my natural force waa not permanently abated. I
buveuacd Dime liwitlcof llio'i'Ni hlnrenalng
It 1 liave done twice the labor Unit I ever did in llm
anie tlmn diiriux my illiicm, and with double tlie
tut, Willi Uie truniull nerve and vhforol'lixdy,
liMOOiunalioaelcarni'Dauf tlmuuht nevvr tielorf
njoyed. If Ilia Tonic liaa not none Uie work,!
kliuwuutwlut, 1 nlve it the credit.
Hun gratefully yoiira,
J, V. WATHliVf,
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 1878. I'aator CUrlatian Church.
Sale by Druggist and General Dealers Evsrywhtrt
101 So. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latp.t and moat or rTrjtlflr. Innltuilon In tin
United (State., (or llio ( ore of t.'liMiilc and 1'rlvnta
dl.eaaea.Uonnrilia'a, (ileetut long mnndlus, Strlc
tura, Orriiilif, Kupnirii. diacn.caof the pkln and
bone., mercurial novo tlinmt etc. aalclyand pi lvnte
lytrentcd, KI'KiMUIOHIilliKA. I-. xuh! Debility
kpeailllv rtirMl, luunv Mu .utt'Tiiix trom weuk
neia. cau.ed bj Iniprudeiiee. n-cii't hnblta, exnea.
a, V'oduclUK lniiH.leH on the Ihui, rnxli ol blood lo
tin head, coiifinlon of Wu, heatlncho, defectlvo
memory, loi. ol aexual power, nluht luaaen, awr
alon U auckuy, Kleeplenniini, nenou. proflnt
tloD, (tcnenil ilrliClty linll:eailU, flHlerliiK
luamai;u inijiroper, anlclv cured. t .oar.mli.
rarr. la 411 1 an we undertake, no need to anllVr
Oat D lunger, Under onr treatment the body la
nil, leu In take on fl"li. the npellle la tiicrenaed
ud the whole ayat m ia iininlrln-d cauallii! the
brain and nerve lu rev'tln their vlnr. Currinpon.
aenc eroiitlieiitliil, Pull ihrucliuiut reut With tka
VaUkltiea, AiidriM a. above.
urfkt ard Un.1 Xrdiciut eler Jlado.
A n,,B.iJ,. L, n . . - . . M
BHMt arative ii"i.mie of all oilier HllUim,
mJi Vibe u ri..Ki Blood Purifier, Liver
HeBUl"'fr' '-""ami MNUtu lu.'tuniu(
an wmibly lnna' it wlmre llop
v;.r... . r.
eo,av iMih4 wmw yv iww. m.vm
tit; cIti uw U t K.J Tlctr ta taa a c 1 atS lura.
Toall whoaa tiapl"Tineiiti.eaiie Irrmnilarl
yolUlw..riiaary onraiw. or ' who re
quire n ApM-awaYl""'" aw mild Ntlinulant,
llmi Bitten are tiival V""1"' without lntO
. yoMatuirwliatyuttrfeVllnra or aymptom.
ant whal tlm dlx.'wvor ail wonnt U uw Hon III!
Un. Don't waltuiitllyuuaft1 t"k but if you
only feel bad or mlwralile luwUiem at omw.
lkumrivy'iuriMi.lt barao'Du uunntMii,
00 will hopnld for am
uM.,r lulll. 11,1 biii ftuillir
... wki nrv
oim your fi I, n,i.
eaS.riut uMiand urc. theu
lUnat VntMr, fluu Pltt-r. I. r
Jruiikrn n 'rtnim, teil the lrnel
a d lut
MadieiiMiever nude; the "laViUUa
and Mors" and no ppmuu or
akuuld m aitb'iut thcia, MtsnjaaaaaA
n,l,0. ta an abtolnte and lrnwi.it IM run- I
lurlM'aiikeiuiRHMwm'opluoii l"'eii auijll.
Mivotlea. AllMJ I lit dfertrt HudMi
oe (areular. klMn I. 0, f
fwhiMit4r W T at Tnf.ito. i i't JTj
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ten cent, per line.
D-ath and murriaire. free
Fu.t tnacrtion, per aqniuw $ W
i A eoqueiitliiaertloiia 1 00
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To r-'irulitr advertiser, we offer euporior Induce-
moo both aeto rate, orcnargee ana manner oi
i i laying their favors.
l it t paiier may be mnnaon mo aiueo. r. nowen
k (.V. a Newspaper Advertlalne Bareau, (10 Upmce
atreei ;wbeie ad' erttslng contracts may be made
I r it in new ion.
to tho public are at ail times acceptable. Rejected
tunnnticripte will not be tetnrned.
Oiinimnn cation, nnon sublecti of general interest
Letter, and comm nicattone enonia ne aaare.seu
R. A. Burnett, Cairo, IlliuoU.
Two old llanisburg printfirs, aged
puvonlv-iiiiieiuid eighty years, respecti vo
ir, tmik a tlrit o in company, .tho other
day. The horsa ust'd was twenty-rivo
years oltt, the harness twenty yeai'S old,
mid the hiiffiry forty yers. Ihe nge of
tlio "Old Ityo" they imbibed is not
A minister runs a great rink in marry
ing a couple of whom he knows abso
lutely nothing. There aro some clergy
men who have au inuuen.se run of mar
rying patronage. ' The ceremony they
perform U a purely perfunctory one.
It is "business from beginning to end.
The most important and solemn trans
action that can possibly take place in
the history of two human beings is hur
ried through as lightly as if it were the
entering of a couple of names in a di
rectory or the measuring of two people
for one suit of clothes. This certainly
is not quite right ; but some ministers
are actually so careless that they have a
fashion of marrying any strangers who
bii'V happen to come into their houses
and request to be united. A case act
ually happened in lirnoklyn, recently,
whero nn apparently. respectable clergy
man married a half-drunken young man
mid wornaii w ho came to his house for
the purpose at two o'clock in tho morn
ing. There seems to be in some minds
tht! idea that the minister is by law or
by custom obliged to marry any and
every couple who may ask to bo mar
ried. This is entirely optional with the
minister. There are some ministers
who always positively refuse to marry
people whom they do not know or who
are not properly introduced to them by
responsible persons. A marriage feo is
a very paltry consideration for perform
ing an act w hich may inflict on some
innocent and eon tiding person irrepara
ble damage. If ministers were more
careful, tho crime of bigamy would not
be no easy of accomplishment.
Mrs. Partington Says
Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as
they are regimental to the human cistern;
but put your trust in llop Bitters, which
will euro general dilapidation, costive
habits and ail comic diseases. They saved
saac from a severe extract of tripod fever.
They are the no plus unuui of medicines.
Kegulate the Secretions.
In onr endeavors to preserve health it is
of the utmost importance that wc keep the
secretory system in perfect condition. The
well know loiucdy Kidney-wort, has spe
cific action on the kidneys, lfvrr and bowels.
Uso it instead of dosing with vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable, and is
prompt but mild in action. It is prepared
in both dry anp liquid form and sold by
druggists everywhere. Reading Eagle.
Two itoys inat Were Hungry.
One of the most cunning and polite
little fellows in the State ofNew Jersey
spent the day at a kind neighbor's bouse
recently, while his mamma was away
on a visit His lunch hour at home
was 1 1, and at the usual timo he ltegan
it feel hungry, liut the family did not
lunch till noon, and, as there were no
nigns of preparation, Harry (we will
call him) was tilled with the gravest ap
prehensions. Good manners forbaue
that he should ask for anything, and yet
ho couldn't wait another minute. How
considerately he did it will appear!
".Mrs. Thompson," said he, very earn
estly, but vory tenderly, "If you please
will you ho so very kind as to give
mo something to eat? I mean if it isn't
too much trouble."
"Why, certainly, my duar," sho re
plied. "What would you like to have?"
"Oh, anything will do ma'am any
thing," ho responded, with nervous
eagerness, "if, it isu't too expensive."
It is needless to say that ho got It im
mediately. A very different kind of a boy was
Johnny D , who was visiting a neigh
bor, but not in New Jersey. He was
tillered a piece of bread and butter,
which he accepted, but not with any
great degrees of enthusiasm.
"What do you say, Johnny," said the
lady, expecting him to say "thank you."
'lsay ituin't cake, waa tho re
sponse. Improvements in Photographing.
Mcissonier recently invited a number
of iiainlerH, sculptors and men of letters,
to ins studio in 1'aris to meet Mr. Mny
briilgcs, tho American who has succeed
ed by means of a series of instantaneous
photographs in picturing , animals in
motion. The invention lias been of
inestimable value to tho great French
painter in his work, and it has stimulat
ed foreign photographers to attenipt
equally as remarkable featfl. M. Heickel
has been ablo to photograph from a boat
in active motion a clear plate of the
hhoro at IJerck, on tho French coast,
with all its bathers and promeuaders.
An Knglish artist had photographed
swallows on the wing and fixed tho re
flection they threw on a pond in passing
over; while a Frenchman, M. Addra has
photographed a young girl springing
over a cord.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY
In Contagious Diseases,
Small Pox, Dinthoria, Scarlet, Typhoid,
Yellow and Malarial Fevers, expose in the
sick room Darby ,s Prophylactic Fluid. It
will attack all impurities and odors. 1 no
Fluid will draw to itsolf tho germ poisons
in the atmosphere and recharge it with
ozouo, tho mysterious agent by which Na
ture vitalizes the air.
When we reflect that a power of endur
ance can bo imparted to the brain, and that
weak minds havo been restored to strength
by Fellows Compound 8yrup . ot
Hypophosnbites, we cannot but conclude
that tho subtle power Is really ponderable
matter. Persons who study hard should
uso the 8yrup.
Breezes In the Spice Islands
aro not laden with more fragrance than a
breath rendered pure and aromatic with
8ozodont, which restores whiteness to yel
low teeth and soundness to defective ones.
Neither man nor woman enn hope to carry
any point by tho force of pursuasion, with
a mouthful of unclean, discolored teeth and
an unpleasant breath. Sozodont remedies
both thofle repulsive physical traits, and is
pre-eminently healthful as well as effective.
An Iowa Romance.
A brother nml sister havo met after a
Reparation of twenty years, and tho
meeting has been brought about in
Davenport by a little son of tho sister in
a most peculiar way. . One week ago
yesterday tho raft steamer Clyde went
into Davenport ou her way North, and
Copt. Douglass tied up his boat for a
while in order to permit some of tho
crew to go ashore and made some pur
chases. Among others who went ashore
was Aaron Carter, a raftsman. The
weather was very cold, with a keen
northwest wind. While , going along
tho street Carter met a poorly clad little
boy, who was running along, crying
bitterly. Carter asked him what was
the matter, and tho little lad sobbed out:
I'm cold." "Come with me," said Car
ter; and, taking tho boy to a clothing
store, he bought him a suit of warm
Clothes and a pair of mittens. He then
asked tho boyhls namo. "Aaron Dun
lap," waa the reply. Carter wag thun
derstruck. "Aaron Dunlap!" ho cried.
"Whero are your father and mother?"
'.'Father Is dead," the boy replied. "Well,
take mo to your mother, then, as quick
as you can, said Carter. The boy took
him to his humble homo and when Car
ter entered tho house the boy's mother
rnshed into his arms with a shriek that
made all theothcr oecupantaof the tene
ment house rush into the house to Bee
what was tho matter. Carter had found
a sister whom ho had not seen since tho
year 1862, when he went to the war with
a Maine regiment. -Davenport Democrat
How a Conjurer Amused Himself.
Verbeck, the conjurer, once took it
into his head to patronize a hairdesser
in a rather unfashionable part of Pari
The establisment wore a not very pros
perous aspect, tho staff being far more
numerous than the customers. At the
conclusion of his first visit, Verbeck,
after paying for being shaved, with sonio
ostentation dropped a two-frank piece
into tho receptacle for tho pourboirea.
-A loud and genoral "Thank you, mon
sieur," naturally greeted this proceed
ing, the attendants vying with one an
other as to who should be most polite to
tho generous client. On the succeeding
day Verbeck made his appearance in the
shop at about the same hour, and was
received with marked respect. Ono as
sistant got a new cake of soap ready,
another produced a napkin of ivory
whiteness, while a third carefully stni
ped the best razor In the place. The pro-,
prictor himself offered his new customer
a paper, and the lady of the house in
quired if monsieur would like a foot
wanner. Verbeck, however, paid for
being shaved, and dropped a couple of
fraues into the money box as before. On
tho third day there was even greater do
ferenuo on the part of master, mistros
and men. Two pots of (lowers had been
brought down from tho lady's room to
deck tho toilet-table in froiit of which
tho open-handed customer was in the
habit of seating himself. On the fourth
day the hairdresser's youthful daughter
paid him a pretty littfe compliment, at
the end of the operation the two francs
falling into the box a. usual. On Satur
day, the day on which the money-box
had to he opened, tho excitement became
excessive. The proprietor in au unguarl
ed moment decided to close the shop an
hour before the UMial time, and all inado
up their minds that the wealthy custom
er's silver (-hoiild forthwith be spent in
a neighboring wine shop. On opening
the Imjx, however, to the disgust of the
expectant circle, not a single piece of
silver was to bo found. As a natural
result cveryttfidy began to suspect every
body els;, the mistrust of the assistants
gradually centering on the unfortunate
proprietor. The mistrust deepened into
hints, und tho hints into open charges of
malversation of tho moneys placed in
the supposed culprit's keeping; und the
position of the latter had iMicome far
from enviable when luckily Verbeck
thought it time to reveal his identity.
Having explained that he had always
substituted a sou for a two-franc piece
by sleight of hand, when seeming to
drop the silver info tho box, and having
compensated tho garcuns by the present
of a louis, mutual apologies were ex
changed between employer and employ
ed, and tho postponed visit was made to
An Expensive Duty.
To bo a bridesmaid at a fasliionablo
wedding costs something. Recently a
lady hearing another ask her daughter
if she was to bo an attendant at a cer
tain wedding, promptly answered "No;
I am tired of paying at least a hundred
dollars for the dress she wears whenever
sho Is a bridesmaid. Sho has bought
dresses for that purposo seven times,
nnd that is enough." Of course a hand
some present is always given by a
bridesmaid to tho bride, which adds con
siderably to tho cost of her attendance
ou her f riend. Tho "best man" at some
weddings is forced to pay out a good
round sum for boquels for tho brides
maids. I know of ono iustanco whero a
young" gentleman, who could ill aQbyd it,
was told that he would bo expected to
present each of tho twolvo bridesmaids
with h boqiuit of rosebuds. There wero
no groomsmen at that wedding and only
six ushers, so the unfortunate best man,
after he had accepted the post, was cool
ly told that ho would bo required to
provide tho round dozen of boquels.
MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1882.
A Thousands I)o Testify,
So does Thomas ItobertB, Wholesale Grocer,
Philadelphia, who says: Burnett's Coco
nine ullays all irritation of the scalp, and
will most effectually remove dandruff and
prevent tho hair from falling out." '
Hurnett.B Flavoring Extracts. The su
periority of those extracts consists in thoir
perfect purity and groat strength. They
are warranted free from the poisonous oils
and acids which enter into tho composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
'Shiloh'b Vitalizkh is what you need for
Constipation, Dibs of Appetite, Dizziness
and all svmotoms of Dvsncnsla. Prico 10
and 75 cents per bottlo. Paul G. Sehuh,
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated F.lec-tro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervoua
Dubility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor ami manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
(lifelines. Illustarted pamphlets sent freo.
Address Voltaic Bclt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
35 cents. Nasal Injector freo. , Paul G.
Sehuh, Agent. 4
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inmnn, Statirm D, New York
Croup, Whoopino Couoii and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Sehuh, Agent. 8
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Foil lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Sehuh, Audit. 5
Allen's Uraiu Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Shiloh's Couon and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schub, Agent. G
Many Miserable Pkoplk drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
Evils to be Avoided.
Over eating is in one sense as produc
tive of evil as intemperance in drinking.
Avoid both, and keep the blood purified
with Burdock Blood Bitters, and you will
be rewarded with robust health and an in
Price f 1.00
Make from Harmless Materials, and
adnpted to the Deeds of fading and falline
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken tlm
first rack as an elegant and reliable hair
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall. I5inrham.N. Y.. writes:
"I suffered for several months with a dull
pain through left lung und shoulders. I
lost mv snitits. anoctito anb color., and
cuuld with difficulty keep up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blook Bit
ters: I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain since first week after using
them, an'l am now quite well. '
Price ft. 00.
That hackinL' coueh can be so ouicklv
curcHy stiiiou s lUre. wc guttraniee it
raui u. fcctiun, Agent, l
A Friend In Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Electric
Oil has proved a salutary friend to tho dig
tres-rd. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, sore throat aud bronchial affi-c-
tions, und as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a nvcr-failing antidote.
Will you scrFEKwith Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer'e
uuarauteed to cure you. Paul G. Sehuh,
Over 800,000 Howe Scales have been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden, Sellcck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
ie cured by Uhini: Wrihts Indian Veieta
bio Pills which fjmj healthy activity to tho
Sleepless mouth inado miserable by
that terrible couh. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. puul 0. Sehuh, Agent. 3
Frank Baiuml, North Bennett street,
UulJalo, says: "l have tried your Spring
Blossom us a family medicine and havo
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short a tune in cases of indio-HS
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stomach; I strongly recommend it."
Prico 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Deaf oh a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Out., states
that lor tilteen months she whs troubled
with a diBcaso in the car, causing entire
neatness, un ten minutes alter using
1 horn as' Electric OU sho found relief, and
in a short time sho was entirely cured and
her hearing restored.
Thomas Fitchou, Bradford, Pa., writes
"I enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
said l would it it cured me. My ciyspop
si a has vanishod, with all its symptoms
Many thanks; I shallnovor bo without it
in the house."
Price 50 rente, trial bottles 10 cents,
GREAT Gkb DESTROYER.
t.'lcr. purl (led andbual
t'd. (iunitreue pro
veuted aud cured,
Wound, healed rapidly,
Scurvy cured iu short
Tetter dried up.
It luperfecily harmless.
For .ore throat it la a
an re earn.
blcic moms puriiiea ana
Kuvered and Hick pur-
eons relieved and re
freeued by Imthlntf
Huld addud to tho
Soft white completions
secured by lla use in
Impure air matte burin-
I liolera ill' KIplllUll,
Ship fever prevented by
In cau. of death in the
liotiHU, It .hould al
ways bo 'lined about
the corpse It will
prevent auy unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote for auiu al or veg
etable, poisons. stlDKS,
Hit n serous effluvia of
rick rooms and hospit
als removed by lta use
Yellow fever eradicated.
lens unit purincn ny
To purify llio breath,
cluan.u llio teeth, It
can't be .urpasxed.
Catarrh relieved and
Hum. relieved inatrntly.
Keuiovee all implement
In (act it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Maoursctnrlni; Chemists, KfiLB PROPRIETORS.
o 1 rtl
r ' . i V a. f
TubTculiir Dimie ot J.xingrt unci
Tubercular consumption of the In rig. Is that
form of the dipcaac nio-t common, moat fatal, and
until recent y counldcred incurable. Tubercle,
from which the i aine is derived, ia a morbid pro
duit, d. po.i'ed from ilin'au'd blood In various
parts of the b.-Mly; and in proportion as that fluid
Is impure, aud Icrjjjth of time It remains so, will
tubercular diathesis c Dttnue.
i'MX li vsn, JJaxs , March 'Jhth, 1S79.
James I Fellows, Esq
Dear sir: Arnvit three years aju i waa atiacKrn
with tronchltlaand tti!H;rcti ardtfcBce of the left
lung, aud snuVred fur two years eo severely that I
was unable to attend t" bumriea. About a year ami
I was advised to trv Fellows' vrmi of Hvpophos
phites, and before I ba'' finished ono bottle my ap
petite and strength were greatly Improved, my
cooiih became Ses troub'esunie, my sleep wa
souud and refrerhinu. which had not been the rase
for over a year. I hftd tnllered from tervoosness
and difficult breathlnc all the time I was slrk; hut
your syrap baa cured it all I advise all persons
afflicted s I was to use Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites. (Bigneni j.iun u.sir.n.nu.
An et.dles chain of L'ood etlects is formed by
Pellows' Compound Syrup of Hypophoephites, and
we are f afe In sayini.', from a loni; experience iu
medicine, its virtues are not possessed by any oth
For sale by ail lruup,lsta
Pain Cannot Rtav Whole
fit Is Used.
Kbuematlun Is cured by
THOMAS' KCI.B'jrHIC OIL.
A lame bock of elht years aumllng was positive
ly cured by 50 cent worth of
TAOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Common sore throat Is cured with one do.cof
THOMAS' E( I.ECTU1C OIL.
Cough" at.d colds are cured by
Ti!O.MAa' KCLECTUIC Oil.
All throat aud lunc diseases are cured by
THOMAS' KCLKCTRIC OIL.
Asthma le cured by
THOMAS' KCLKCTRIC OIL.
liurns and frost tltes are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLLCTU1C OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers every where.
Price 50c. ami $1
FOSTER, M1LHUKN & CO., I'rop'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
-yrsi rihnalriesB now tieforo the public
J i f I 1 Yo ('" malts money faster at
worxror u mar at a'lVtliiiiK
eiso. Capital hoi needed. We
will start you. WUadavand
upwards made at hoii.oby the
Industrious men. women, hoys and iirUwai'ted ev
crywhero to work for UN. Now is the time, Yon
can work In apart) tlmu only or give your whol time
to the business. You can live at horn and do the
work. No other business will pay you nearly us
wail, rioone can roll to mak enormous pav ny
engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free.
Monev male fast, easily and honoraoly. Audreas
True -Co., Augusta, Aiatue. iu-v.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRAOC MARK. Tbu riroat Eng
lish remedy, au
unfailing cure for
potuuey cid all
a a a sequence u
of aolf-abuse; asl
"oa uin the bnrk.ftuer
dimness bf vision, premature old ago, und many
othur diseases that lead tu insanity, consumption
or a premature trravs.
f iTFull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
deslao to send freo bv mall to uvervone. t eTlie
Spoclllc Medicine Is eold bv all druggists at 11 per
Eacaaiie, nr alx package for $5, or will be aeut free
v mall on receipt of the monev, bv addressing,'
TUB OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
Dumbo, N. Y.
Bold In Cairo bt Fan) fichnh
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WO III, U.
It ulono Issue
fctipBlutlng that the contract of Insurance ".hall
Lot be dlsp'ited" after It. Is three years old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of e&llsfactr ry proof of death.
its policy la clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. n.-UKAP YOl'K POI.K IKH. Compare the
short and simple form used by the Rnultabls with
the long aud ohsenre contracts loaded down with
technicalities issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to pulley holder are
N. II. Sue the many letter from policy bold em
eiprssslng their gratiflra'ton with the return from
their Tontis Sxvisua Fcso I'oi.tciis.
IJocuuimj of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely lure-ted, nearly
A. I5URNKTT, Agent.
Office, corner Utli and Washington.
November 24, lasl. midw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE F0K LIFK INSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orstuilwd Jnlv 1Mb, 1877, Under the Laws o
the Statt of Illinois. Copyrighted Jnlv
9, 1877, Under Act ufCoLfrrng.
V' V V-T.l m'tivs Vlcu President
j i VooL?J Treasurer
TmlMAa LPwis Mcd,e". Adv"M
JOH.N t. W II I IE .......Assistant Secretary
KXKCUTI VK COMM1TTKK-
J. f. WHITE,
L. h. THOMAS.
, W. P. PITCHER,
J. 8. MclIAHEY.
William Htratton. of Stratton & Bird, wholesale
grocers; Pstil O. Kchub, wholesale arid retail drag
gist: Ilazen LolKhton, commission roerr.hant: Jas.
8. Mcdahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phys
Ic an; J. A. (ioldstlne, of t.oldstlue & Uosenwater,
wholesale and relull dry goods, etc; Wm . Pitch
er, general agent; IlenryJl. Kills, city printer and
book binder; ( he.ley tlayuos, Cooper; Jno. O.
Whlto, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In four and grain; F. Uross. presi
dent Alexander County Hank j (J. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrua Close, general
agent; 1 homas Lewis, secretary and attornev at
law; L S. Thomas, broom manufacturer! W. K
Kussel, contractor and builder; O. T, Kudd
agent O. Hi, L. AN. O. rallaoad ;Mo.ea Phlllipe.car
luiiiter; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ljev. J. Hpencer, clertrvmiin.Ht Ieuls, Wo.; J. II,
Ilethune, c re nit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton. Mo.; J. H Moore , luwver, Commerce, Mo.',
I). Hlngletarv. pbvslrlan, Arllneton, Ky.; J. W'.
'I srry, phvsiclaii. Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Kjau, farmer,
Mtirrv, Kv.j A. htelnbach, iiiiintiliicttiror of aad
dlerv, Kvansvllle, Iiid jlko Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C Ht. L. N ). railroad. Jsck
J' "unortHon, phvsiclan, White
ylllo, lenn.; Thomns A. Osboni, harness maker,
I o Ivar.Tenn Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tlslngAgenJ,'1 Uollv 8ur1ns.Misa
by this simple ' water,
power Invuutlon may
avoid all the lalxir and
Injury of driving hat
Hewing Machine. Ovot
0,000 of theso Ilackuj
Water Motors, noliwleas
and ornamental, adapt
ed to all SewtuK Ma
ehlnes, are now giving
wo sites aro made for
lousfthuhl Hewing Ma-
iiilTki .'"" i
W-lt.ni). Also larger
si sea for factory need
anil for all kinds ot ma-
chlnerv. . .
O m . J
. - ' oeuu ior circular to
i-uo nana moTOH CO., Newark, N.J
This Is the
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DBIV1NU LIGHT MACHINERY 1
It takes but ltttlo room.
It never guta out of repair.
It cannot blowup.
It require, no fuel.
. ,''- It need no engineer .
Thorelanodolayj no firing up; no ashes to clean
way no extra In.uranc to pay ; no repair
ing neecsary; no coal hills to pay, ,
' , and it Ualwayi ready for use.
o 300. State paper too lawthii ad 1
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