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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Pain in tJIWil,wTtKa dull sensation in
the back partPmn umlor 'the "shoulder
tlaUb. fulliiewa aftr enting", with a disin;
cUnition to exertionof body or mind,
Irritftbililyof tempe'rTCgw spfritajJjOBS)
ofhieinory, with a feeling of having nog
locteil BouiedutyVwuarinos8, Diiszineiw,
tTutteririrof the Ueurt, Doteliefore the
eyea7y ?ow &kffi. Headache, HoBtJessj
hosa at ciihU"highly colored Urine.
IT THESE WASHINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTT1T8 PILLS re r specially ndupiodlo
of feeling as to "UiUh the aufterer.
They Inrrrita Ihv A.M lls and cause the
body to Tle on t'U-lu thus (! system Is
nHrtn-l.andbyln IrToulo Amotion the
IMtmllvrOnrnn, IU-tulnrdol art lr
duced. l'rlee (t in. 3 Murray
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray HAiaor Whirkfiw changed to a niwcy
Buck by a stmrle application of Mils Dvk. It
Impart a natural color, una Instantaneously,
bold byDruwRiaairseut ny Mprwwou receipt of l.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Or. TflTK A!II L of luhl Infurauslaa aad
UcAtl KfwlpU Hill a aialM I UKK m aillraUoa.T
t7praln. Burn, fcralrts. Brulseo, Sore
Beam, tUirumatKm, IlolN, 1 leers, Old
horea, Toothache, ileartaelir, Mure
Throat. Asthma, IKiuix-uenn,
4te., &e., ir.
JTSTW T). FULTOS, II. D., Brooklyn. N.Y.
Proving itself to bea necosHityln onr home."
P. A. WESTKHVKLT, M. !., Nashville. Tenn,
Have used large quantities of POND'S JEXTKACT
In my practice."
Bnt. 8. B. HrCOBO, Matron, nomo of Destltirle
Children." Wo find it nioat efficacious and use
ful." 'Utlon.-r0XD'8 EXTRACT is sold on,'y in
bottles with the name blown in tho glass.
09- It i unsafe to uso othrr articles with our
direction!. Inaist on having POSD'a EXTliACT.
SPECIAL PRKPAHATION9 OP POND'S EC.
IfiACT COMBINKI) 'WITH THE l'CKEST
AND MOST DELICATE F-KHFUIiIEd
1'OK LADU3' DOCDOIB.
TOXD'K EXTRACT BOc, $1.00 and $1.75
(atarrh Core 7
Nasal Kyrinire 5
Medicated Paper... 25
Order amounting to f 5worth,eontcxprossfroo
on receipt of money or P. 0. order.
O-Our Nkw pAMpnLCTwrra History or ouh
Fiuu'Ai&TioNf, Bent i'UKE on atiucatios; to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14lh Bt.., Now York.
It a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, reruvlatl
Hark and ihe Phosphates, associated with tliq
Vegetable Aromatic. F.ndorsed liy the Medical
Profession, and recommended by lliem for Iy
prpalm, Mrnprnl Ihllllj. Female !)!
euci, Wunlof Vitality, Neriua. lro
(ration, tuiiT.lriireiii'e from f'evrra
and 4 lironlet bill nnl I'ever. It serve!
very purpose where a Iu.mo 1. iicccsuary.
Sacnfactured by The Dr.Hartcr Medicine Co, SL Louifc
The following l! one of the very many tCBtimo
lllali we are receiving dally :
effitbraen.'-Bome three monlht ago I be(rin the
Ote of Du. IIahtkh'h I Hon 'J o.nic, upon Uie ad
Vice of many friends who knew It virtue. 1 waf
uffvrlng from general debility to atich an exteut
uiaimy lauorwaaexeeeouiKiy mniensoineiouja.
A vacation of a inonth did not lve nio much ro-
uer, nui on me comr
ereuwd rjrnatratlon aud amklnl
chllln. At this
Uin I hM,nn Ilia UHl of Volir IKON Town', from
Which I reallted almoKt iuimedlMe and wonderful
rettilla. Tiie old energy returned and I found that
my natural force was not permanently abated. I
have ucd three bottle! of Ihe'JdNlO. blme unlng
It 1 have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In tha
auia time during my lllnewi, and with doublo tha
cane. WlthUie trannull nerve aud vlgorofbody,
has come also a clearness of thought never Ix'fora
If the Tumo haa not done lua wora, I
know not what.
lirlve it the credit.
J. P. WATSON,
Troy. 0.. Jan. 8, 1878.
l'astur CUrlstlan Cburch.
'"Sale by Drugglits and General Dealer. Every when
tOl So. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latfttt and mo.t pclcnllfic inm Ittillon In the
United Hlatc!. for the Car of Chronic and Private
diiea!, Oonorrliiea, Uleetof long atanUIti)!, Stric
ture, OrrhltlH. Kit inure, diseases of the skin and
bones, mercurial mire tliront etc. Rafelv and private
ly treated. M'KIIMATOKHIHKA. Sexual Debility
ftpr.dlly cured, louui; Men suilerlnt; Iroin weak
cesi. caused hj Imprudence, eucrct hulilts, cxcesi
i, producii)gtnniilc! on Urn m. rush ul blood to
the head, eonftii-lon of Ideas, headnchu, defect I ta
memory, loss of suxual power, ul'bl losses, aver
sion to suciely, slviiilessiie.s, nervous prostrn.
tlon, general debility ami Indices', ion, rendering
tnarr.aKe Imiiroper, sallv cured. auarsntee
cares ia Ail Cases we umlerluko. no need to suffer
Cat Day lou.'er. Uniler our Irealment the body la
nalileu to uku on flesh, the ain-tite la lurreusod
and the wlitile system is nourished causing the
brslu aud nerves lo regain their vlunr. Oorrespott.
Oenc ecoulldentlal. Full dirvctloni scut With tu
Mutdldnce, Address as above.
ntatid liest Jledlelno ever Hade,
inbhiatlon. of Hooa. Buchu. Mnn
e and Dandelion, witli all tnu (- and
uonteluratire.ruTtlw or ail other in Hers,
makesvhegruaUMt Blood Purifier, Liver
Reg U l" tor, and Ijfe aud llnaitli ItusUil'Uig
Aguit wWllinn "rth.
NnHUanVanixisslblylntig exist where flop
lUttorsara utV"u'VVarWdaud purf uct are their
Itay gin siwuViilv!;3rtcti)iiliiJiilna.
To all whose niUyinenta rauie Irreuularl'
tyof UietxiwelsorVai'" otyaus, or alio re
autre an AupeUnerV TonW and mild rttlnmlant,
Hop Hitter, are mvaiVu''k without IntOX"
Mo matter what your f"llml or tymptomi
are wliat the dine or atlVneot la use Hop lilt
Irrs. Dun't wait until you sw slek but II yea
only feel bad or nimfrsiilcl'iirs tUem at ones,
ti may aavo yuurlilc.lt havl' a v ed buudmla,
f 0OO"'Ubtdruraanl they villi not
tui ur help. Ii not suffer orct your f nemls
autfur.hutuMaiulunre tUmuV to Hop
Retneniher, flop Bltu-m Is noVvil", drumml
aranluin nostrum. hut llielurnitwa nil i.vt
Mellrln"viirinnd;tlM "tNHblisTav lUUUII
aaa RUrV and no praua or tsmtl;
aaouid M w.uloui i
n. 1.0. la Mis
aareiiUi'a. All .
p .wiMwf eT . T
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To regular advertiacr we offer lopertor Induce
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i splaying their favor.
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Cf, a Newspaper Advertising Barean, (10 Sprnce
itreei ;wheto advertising contract may ne maao
drittn New roiat.
Communications upon subjects of general Interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
miuusenpts win not ne leturnea,
Letters and comm .Qtcanons snoma ne aaaresieu
E. A. Uurnutt, Cairo, IlllnolH.
Lccentricitios ot Junea
A miller in tins Southern part of
Franco fell in love with tlio cousin of his
mistresa. 15ot.li women were possessed
of tlio secret that a year or two before
ho h;ui strangled a mun and thrown him
into the river. Each one threatened to
divulge it unless ho clung to her and nut
the other woman out of the way, so tnat
very naturally ho had a hard tiino of it.
At last he determined to neutralizo this
disagreeahlo situation by setting ono
woman to murder tlio other. The mis
tress st rangled her cousin, but overcome
by remorse accused the miller of killing
' the man who wasupposed to have com
mitted suicide, and of being an acces
sory with her to her cousin's murder.
The jury acquitted him of the tirst charge,
but found him guilty of the second,
which, under the circumstances, was a
curious verdict, because- tho motive of
his share, in tho murder of tho jvomau
was his fear of being discovered as tho
murderer of the man. If bo was not
the murderer of the man, as he asserted,
then there was no reason to disbelieve
his denial of any participation in tho
second murder, hut juries, even in
France, evidently have their eccentri
cities. Did you ever notico tho posters at tho
doors of the United States Recruiting
Ollices, 'UecruiU Wanted?" Well, theso
posters describo tho manner of man that
is wruitcd for the United Slates Army,
and, in the mention of his accomplish'
nients, there is ono funny line: the re
cruit, or rather tho applicant, "must
speak tho English languago properly."
No wonder tlio army is so small, and
less wonder that it is very dittieult to
obtain recruits. This accomplishment,
you understand, is only essential for
private soldiers. It doesn't fjcem to bo
expected of the officers. 0, heap plenty.
Tho so-called Sopori Mexican land
'mint, which covers 250 miles of land,
has been declared by tho surveyor gen
ral of Arizona to bo fraudulent ami In
valid. The land included within this
:laim extendi from tho San Xavicr to
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Frazies'sMifcic Ointment. Cures
as if by miuric, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on tho face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and bcauti
lul. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Bhcum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nippleg. Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and bordty&c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, 0., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The
most carelul doctoring fulled to help him,
itnd after all hud fulled he used Dr. .b ra
zier b M tunc Ointment ami wus cured by a
U-iT"! ho first and only positive euro for
skin discuses ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Hekuv & Co., Solo Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
riles, J)r. William s Indian Ointment is a
sure cure, l'rice 1.00. by mail, i or sale
For sale by Oeo. E. O'Hara.
UiciiAiiDsoN & Co., Wholcealo Agts.
Bound to Have Satisfaction.
As a Northern man who was looking
lip land in Alabama was riding ulong
tho highway ho met a father and son
riding at a furious gallop ami both
tinned with shot-guns. Tliey drew up
ns they reached him, and tho old man
culled out :
"Say, stranger, liev ye met a young
man utid a gal riding tin samo niulu
mid humping along a if Satan was
lifter them P"
"Well, my darter has eloped with
Bill Gordon, and Sam and mo aro try
ing to get within shooting distanco be
fore the knot is tied."
"Ah! Why, that couple were being
married in Ulankvillo as I cauiu through
there an hour ago."
"Did the gal liev on a bluo wuist P"
"And was it a tall fellow with a
skeered look P"
"That was them, stranger, and I'm
much obleeged. Sam, we're too late to
stop 'cm, but wo kin lot our hosHtiS jog
along into town and shoot the preiieher
arler wo git thar ! That'll bo some sat
isfaction." T, Brighani Bishop, of Boston, who
was an engineer of General Garfield's
Ktaff when the battle of Murfrccsboro
was fought, took a line photograph of
the General just after tho light, which
is Bald to bo tho only photograph of
General Garfield in uniform. An artist
las nindo a life-sized crayon from it,
and this lias been glvou to Mrs. Gar-
In Contagious Diseases,
Small Pox, Dipthoria, Scarlet, Typhoid,
Yellow and Malarial Fevers, expose in tha
sick room Darby ,s Prophylactic Fluid. Lt
will attack all impurities and odors, i no
Fluid will draw to itself tho gorm poisons
in the atmosphere and recharge it with
ozone, the mysterious sgent by which Na-
uie vitalizes the air.
She Thought Eha Had Met Her late. 1
She was a maiden lady all tho way
from the classic shades of Boston, and
when Bho entered a Twenty-third street
car for the first timo she sat down and
waited patiently for tho conductor to
take her faro. Ono by ono tho other
Eassengors dropped off, until somo time
eforo sho reached her destination sho
was left alone.
Then tiie driver turned aud looked at
lor. That first led her to notice him,
and sho saw a dark, haughty-looking
man in a plaid ulster ami a nobby cap,
and sho knew then that ho was an Ital
ian count in disguiso, and her heart
nearby ceased beating as sho tried to
fathom tho interest that was plainly
discernible in his gaze, and sho thrilled
with tlio thought that bemighthave dis
covered in her his fate. '
Ho looked again ; as ho fixed thoso
dark, deep, soulful eyes upon her, with
tho mute interrogation of an exiled soul,
ho tied tho lines around tho handles of
th- brake, and pulled olTa pair of shab
by gloves, exhibiting a white patrician
hand, with a large seal ring on tho little
finger, (all that for $20 a month and
linus himself !)
"Beautiful hands!" murmured the en
raptured passenger. "Oh, lie comes,
tho conquering liero comes! It must
bo that I have at lust met my fate !"
Sho could not lift her bashful eves to
his as ho stood before her and held ono
of tho beautiful hands within an inch of
her ruby lips his voice thrilled Ler as
ho began to speak yes, he was unmis
takably a foreigner.
"If you plase, mum, oid loiko ye to
put yer faro in that box."
It was his fare and not his fate ho wa3
seeking ! Cruel denouement ! But she
gave him a nickle and realized again
tho truth of tho poet's words : "And
things are not what they seem." '
Mrs. Partington Says .
Don't take any of tho quack rostrums, as
they are regimental to tho human cistern ;
but put your trust in Hop Bitters, which
will cure general dilapidation, costive
habits and all comic diseases. They saved
Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever.
They aro tho no plus unum of mediciues. -
Reerulatc the Secretions.
In onr endeavors to preserve health it is
of tho utmost importance that we keep the
secretory svstem in perfect condition. The
well know remedy Kiduey-Wort, has spe.
ciflc action on the kidneys, liver and bowels
Uso it instead of dosing with vilo bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable, and ia
prompt but mild in action. It is prepared
n both dry anp liquid form and sold by
ruggists everywhere. Reading haglo.J .
Love of Home. ,
Tho affections which bind a man to
tho place of his birth aro essential in his
nature, and follow tho same law as that
which governs every innate folding.
They aro linpluutcd in his bosom along
with lite, and are modilied by every cir
cumstuneo which ho encounters from
tho beginning to tho end of his existence.
The sentiment which, in tho breast of
any one man is an instinctive fondness
for tho Bjiot where be drew bis early
breath, becomes, by the progress (4 man
kind ami the formation of society, a
more enlarged feeling, and expands in
to tho noble passion of patriotism. Tho
love of country, tho lovo of tho villngo
where wo were bom, of tho field which
wo iirst pressed with our tender foot
steps, of tho hillock which we first
climbed, uro tho samo affection, only
tho latter belongs to each of us separate
ly; the first can bo known but by men
united in masses. It is founded upon
every advantage which a nation is sup
posed to possess, and is increased by
every improvement wlJoh it is supposed
As Thousands Do Testify.
So does Thomas Roberts, Wholesale Grocer,
Philadelphia, who Bays: Burnett's Coco-
aino allays all irritation of the scalp, and
will moBt effectually remove dandruff aud
prevent tho hair from falling out."
Burnett,s Flavoring Extracts. The su
periority of these extracts consists in their
perfect purity ami great strength. They
aro warranted freo from the poisonous oils
and acids which enter into tho composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
"Hero, hold my shawl!" said a St.
misguided young man smoked in her
face in a street-ear. Then she knocked
tho young man's cigar out of his mouth,
and then she knocked tho young man
himself down, and then she took tho
isa i as
A pump is the suggnHtivo decoration
on tho diushboard of a milkman's wagon
at Washington Heights.
- mi m
Two Interesting fossils,
About twenty years ago, two fossil
animals of great Interest were found in
tho lithographic slates of Bavaria, Ono
was tho skeleton of Arcluvopkryr,, now
in the British Museum, and the other
was tho CompmgiuUhun preserved in tho
1 toy al Museum at Munich. A single
feather, to which the nanio Arrhnvpti ryx
was first applied, by Von Meyer, had
previously been discovered at tno same
locality. More recently, another skele
ton has been brought to light in the
sumo beds, and is now in tho Museum
of Berlin. These threo specimens of
Anhroptr,rtj are tho only remains of
this genus known, while of Uompnoij'
nnlhm tho original skeleton Is, up to
tho present tnno, tho only representa
tive. When these two animals were
first discovered, they wnro both consid
ered to bo reptiles by Wagner, who do
scribed CumimyMthitt, and this view
luw been liftld by various authors down
to the present lime. The best authori
ses, however, now agree with Oweu
tJiat "Ari'Jitropkrpx Is a bird, and that
Comymynalhm, ns Gegenbaur and Hux
ley have shown, is a Dlnosuurian rop
tile. lYofmor 0. C. Marsh, in Vvpular
tickneo ilonthlu for January,
FEBRUARY 9, 1882.
Mabb from Haumless Materials, and
adapted to tho needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliablo hair
Breezes in the Spice Islands
are not laden with more fragrance than a
breath rendered pure and aromatic with
Sozodont, which restoros whiteness to yel
low teeth and soundness to detective ones.
Neither man nor woman can hope to carry
any point by the force of pursuasion, with
a mouthful of uncjean, discolored teeth and
an unpleasant breath. Sozodont remedies
both these repulsive physical traits, and is
pre-eminently healthful as well as effective
To all who are suffering from the errors
aud indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, freo
of charge. This great remedy wa8 discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Hend a self addressed envelope to tho ltev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
The time never has been and never will
bo when the peoplo of this or any other
country can buy a gold dollar for seventy
five cents. Neither can you, dear reader,
purchase an organ worth three or four
hundred dollars for f GO. This is all non
sense Still wo have no objection to other
people doing their business just as they see
fit. We aro selling a good, honest made
piano at from $185 to $575, and a good,
honest organ (not all stops) for from $48 to
$475. All our goods are made upon honor,
and we send to any part of the world on test
trial, and if no pleasee no kecpec, as the
Chinaman would say. For the past ten
years wo have sent both Pianos and Organs
to every part ol the world, and our instru
ments give the most universal satisfaction
If you wish a good instrument, one that
will always last you, we shall be pleased to
send vou our catalnuge and prices: and if
you purchase one of Thomas Brothers' Sil
ver Tone Instruments you will get what
vou reouiro. and one instrument sold in a
neighlxrhood always sells us more. Ad
dress, for prices, etc.,
Jas, II. Thomas
Successor to Thomas Brothers,
Catskill, N. Y., U. S. A.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Frecman'i
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Fluster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
, Allen's Brain 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, 315 First Ave., N.Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Curo
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 6
Geo. Meredith, Jersey City, writes:
"The Spring Blossom you sent me has had
tho happiest effect on my daughter; her
headache and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is again able to go to school,
and is as lively as a cricket. I shall cer
tainly recommend it to all my friends.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Curo. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
Used to say : "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then thsy
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down in
kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative properties
put up in a palatable torm in iiuruock
Rlood Bitters. Price $1.00
Will vou bcfkeh with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to curo you. Paul G. Schuh,
Agent. - 2
Over 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck
& Co., General Agents, St. LouiB, Mo. (3)
DysrErsiA, diarrhea, and dysentery can
bo cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
Slkkpless niuhts nado miserablo by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. PaUl'G. Schuh, Agent. 8
A Baptist Minister's Experience
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrativo prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
I was for many years a sufferer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured mo." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved mo. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
tiino it will cure seven timesout ot ten. 1 am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and it any one will take a
small teaspoon and half fill it with tho Oil,
and then pluco tho end of the spoon in one
nostril and draw the Oil out ot the spoon
into tho head by sniffing as bard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into tlio throat,
and practice thattwico a week, I don't caro
how offensive their head may bo, it will
cleun it out aud cure their . catarrh. For
deafness and earache ithas done wonders to
mv certain knowlodgo. It is tho only
medicino dubbed patent medicine that I
havo ever felt liko recommending, and I am
very anxious to seo it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not bo without it in my
house tor any consideration, l am now
buffering with a naia liko rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo liko
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Ciiank, Corry, Pa.
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N.Y
writes: "For several years I havesuffsrod
from oft-recurring bilious headaches, dys
pepsia and complaints peculiar to my sex.
Ivuce using your Burdock Blood Bitten 1
am entirely reUeTed." I'rico fi.uv
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
SMALL POX -
Ulcers purified and heal
ed. Uanurene pre
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu short
Tetter dried up.
It is perfectly harmless.
For sure thruat it la
E K ADICAT K D
Hick rooms purified and
Fevered and sick per
sona relieved and ro
fresnud by bathing
Maid added to tho
Soft white complexions
secured by its nee in
Impnreitlr made barm
less and purified hy
To purify the breath,
cleanse the teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved aud
Hums relieved lusts ntly.
liemoves all unpleasant
Ship fever prevented by
In enst-s of death In the
house, it should al
ways be lined about
tho corpie it will
preveui any unplcss
nnt smell. An anti
dote for animal or veg
etable poisoni. stlOBS,
Dttiit'erous efiluvlas of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by its uso
Yellow favor eradicated.
In Tact it Is tho great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturlne Chemists, SOLE FKOI'WKTORS.
'.Tuberimlar Diss hm ot I.ttngaand
Tubercular consumption of the lungs is that
form of the disease nio-t common, most fatal, and
until recently considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which the name is derived, Is a morbid pro
duct, deposited from diseased blood in various
parts of tho liody; and in proportion as that fluid
is impure, and length of time it remains so, will
tubercular diathesis continue.
Hah. Kivku, Mas., March JOth, 1H79.
Jamea I Fellows, Esq
Dear Sir: About three years aso I was attacked
with tronchltls and tubercular disease of the left
luug, and suffered for two years so severely that I
was ntiable to attend to business. About 1 year ago
I was arlvlsed to trv Fellows' Syrup of Hvpopbos
pbltes, and before I bad finished one bottle my ap
petite aud strencth were neatly Improved; my
cnuizh became less troublesome, my sleep was
sound and refreshing, which had not been the case
for over a year. I had suffered from nervousness
and difficult breathing all the time t was sick; hot
your syrup has cured ll all I advise all persons
afflicted is I was to use Fellows' Byrop of Ilypo
puosphltcs. (Signed) JAMES II. STEWART.
An endless chain of gaoil ilfects is formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Ilypophosphitrs, and
we are safe in saying, froin a long experience In
medicine, its virtues are not possessed by any oth
For Sale by all Druggists.
ain Cannot St.'iv Whoro
lit Is Uwed.
Ktiucmsllsm Is cured by
A lame buck of clgtil years standing was
ly cured hy 61 cents worth of
TAOMA8' ECLECTKIC OIL
Common soro throat is cured with ono dosu of
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Coughs aud cold are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
All throat aud lung discuses aro cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Asthma is cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC Oil
Burns ami frost bites are relieved at onco by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price GOc. and $1
Buffalo. N. Y.
business now before the public
You can make money raster at
work for ns than at anything
else, Capitol not nced.nl. We
will start you. Bli s day and
Howards tnadn at horns by tho
Industrious men, women, hoys and ulrlN wanted nv
ery whoro tft work for us. Now ia the time, Yon
can work In spare t ime, only or (live yosr whnl't time
to the business. You ran live at home and do Dm
work, No other business will pay you nearly as
well. Moono can fall to muke enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly outfit arid term free,
Money mado fast, easily and honorably. Andres.
True AUo., Augusta, Malue, jo yi.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKBICINK.
TRADE MARK. Tim (treat Kiitf-
llsh reined f, AM
unlallliK r.uio tut
potency and all
(llsea.es thai foluw
as a v u IK
of S'lir sliusui a,4j
i s m m '"'""7i 'SvfrTTlr
Bofow Takbgunims .i:....:. .;AfU)r
dimness of vision, premature old agu, slid many
other diseases that lead to liiaanli v, consumption
or a premature stiivh,
U-iriiii particular in onr pampnim, whleh, we
duHlae to send frei bv mail to everyone. T"Th
fititiclfle Medicino Is sold hv nil dmiulnis at tl tier
tiacasgo, or six packages for or will b sent free
bv mall on receipt or me money, nv addressing,
T1IK GRAY MKDKJ1NH 00.,
eo;a m t'airo uv raui . nouuu,
i ihwiji iijuimi mmimmmrmmmm j, w
120 Broadway, New York,
LARGEST BUSINESS 1
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
it alone issues
stipulating that the contract of insurance "shall
Dot be dlsti'Jted" aftor lt Is three years old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof of death.
its policy Is clear and concise, and contain
N. B. READ YOl'K POI.ICIK.S. Comnaro the
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B. See the many letters from policy holders
etprsssing their gratification with tha return from
their Tostini Savinu Fckd J'oliciss.
IUkhiusio of its
190 MILLIONS. '
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuveted, nearly
i:. A. 13URNKTT, Agent.
Office, corner l-.th aud Washlngtoa.
November '4. lani. iu:iUw
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
UREKA ! EUREKA ! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcanJisd JnU Utb, 1877, tinier the Laws o
the 5taU of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Art of Congress.
!. t. urnii
J. A. liOLDNTINK.t
JOHN C. WHITE
KXKCUT1VK COM M 1TTKK'
n. LE10HTON L. THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. F. mtUER,
J. 8. McUAIJEY.
IlOAXtD OF MANAGERS:
William Htratton, of Ptratton it Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul W. Hcliub, wholesale and retail drug
gist; Ilsr.cn Lvighton, commission merchant; Jas.
8. McUahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Oordou, phys
ician; J-A. Ooldstlnu, of Ooldstlnu & Kosenwster,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Win F FitcD'
or. Koncral sgerit; Henry It. Ellis, city printer and
book hinder; Cbcsley llayucs, Cooper; Jno. C
White, assistant scrrtiiary and solicitor! Albort
Lewis, dealer In fiour and grain; F. Bross, prost
d snt Alexander County Hank ; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyru close, general
agent; lliomas Lewis, surretary ami attorney at
!aw; L, 8, lunulas, broom manufacturer; W. V
Kussel, contractor and builder) O. T, Rudd
agent C. 81. L. AN. O. rallaoad;Moses I'hlllips.rar
iieiiter; H . A. Chtimbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills-,
ltev. J. Hpe.ncer, clergyman, Ht Iritis, Mo.t J. H.J
lletliune, circuit clerk, Mississippi couuty, Charles'
ton, Mo.; J. U. Monro , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.tf
1). Slugletarv, phvslcian, Arlliieton, Ky.t J. VY.
Tarry, physician, Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ryan, farmer, '
j. uri, .., n. mmnourii, maniiiacturer or sea
dlerv. Kvansvlllc, Ind.jlko Anderson, secretary
,u iiiiiiiiM-iiiiuiii v. pi, i.. k u, railroad, !
?!!'.un-'J- H- lloburtson, phvslclau, White
Tli o, 1 Htin . j Thomas A. Oeborn, harness maker,
Ijo Ivar.Tenn. j Wm. L. Walker, "Dlxlo Adver
tising agony," jioiiv Hurlnos.Miss
by this simple,' water.
iniwer invention ni7
avoid nil tlio labor ami
injury or driving hei
Sewing Machine. Of
0,000 of these P-actus
Hater Motors, nobu'lsss
and ornamental, adapt'
ed to all Sewing ls
chlnea, are now gMnK
Two slse are made for
Household Hew lni( Ma
chines, l'rlee, fJISsnd
ft'4'J.AO. Also lanri-r
aaltfh.M faisa tii.,l . MfMMltf
and for all kinds o( ms
IIACKUS WATEIl MOTOR CO.. Newark. N.J
huiiu ror i ireulur to
k This Is the
MoHt Economical Power Known
FOR DRIVINO LIGHT MACHINERY
H take but little room.
It nuver sets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
lt reoulres tin find
I . . . . . .lJulS
There Is no delay no firing tip t no eshss to eloel
ssiji uv aura insurauce 10 pay t no repair
ing necessary) no coal bill to pay,
end it 1 always ready fur ns.
It is Very Cheap. f
o W. fiute paper yon is lbll4
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