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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1882,
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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Pain InUieHuad.wftJfia dull gehoBtionln
ElaTe jfulWa after enting",with a diain:
cniiOTo'nexortionbfbody or jnind,
Irritnbilitjpf temper, IjOw spirit r. Lost
of Eeuiwy'itEa foelingoT having neg
leoted iomedut'frw'oarinei'i, Diz.ssinen.1,
i'luttohc'tf oXtheTTeart, Dots before the
eyeaTyelldw sVinryeadachfi, Kestlegg.
teas at mghXTtighly colored Urine.
IP THESE WAENINCS AEE UKHEEDED.
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS TI1X8 are eapwlally adapted to
aueh chhih.oiio done i-ll'eet suchneliHiiga
of ff-lliK a Ui "tonlHli III suB'ert-r.
They Inrmw II . A ppt-tll. end cause the
body to Tikkr "'" "" ","lw1'
no urlii,tl . and by l 1 'I r 1 'on ! rt I o n on I h
l.it-aliOr;iMi, K4-ral:ir Mttwl are pro-
duettl, ITtre SS ri'llUt. .1 MtirraiyHt.. r..
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Gray HiorWniKKiw changed JobOumkY
Ill.At K by a sli.de application of Uila Dvk. It
lim.nrtt a natural color, nets InstHiiituieously.
bold by JtHtitnwur snui -y ri nb on in n of tl.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TITM aUKltL (if VahiaM !forH k
Spralna, Barns, fcraldt, Bnilap, Pore
enn, KhfiiinntNiu, IIoIIn, I lrer. Old
ttorra, Tootliarhe, ltada-iif,ore
Throat, Asthma, llonrweneas.
Ac, &c, ice.
JTRTW I. FTBTOX, . D., Brooklyn, N. t.
Proving itaflf to bo a necessity in our borne."
P. A. WKKTEBVKLT, M. 1)., Nashville Tenn,
Have used larpe auautitiea of POND'S EXTRACT
In my practice."
Bm. 8. B. McCOItl), Matron, Homo of Dnstittjte
Children.-" Wo ud it most tlllcacioua and use
ful." Caution. POXD'8 EXTRACT Is sold only In
bottle with the name Mown in tbo glass.
MW It if unsafe to one other articled with our
direction. Insii-t on havinR IOND'S EXTltACT.
Sefuse all Uuiutiona and euLti tutus, ,
BPECIAt PREPARATIOXH OP rOND'S EX.
1KACT OOMBIXKO WITH THE PUREST
AND MOST DEMCATB I'EHi-CJl3
FOR LADitij' BO0DOUI.
rOM'8 IXTUACT 60c, f l.OOand $1.75
Toilot ( rcara 1.00
(ntarrli cure (
aal Sjrlnire 2
XedlraM Paper... S5
Tollrt Soap 3 cakes) 60
Family Syrinx $1.00.
Ordera amounting to 1 5 worth, aunt cxprcsa froo
on receipt of money or P. O. order.
Or a Nkw PiMrnLrr wartt IIurrT or oca
PHWUUTIOM, f&KX lltluE OK APVUCaTIOM TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., Mow Toik.
It a propamtlon of Prntoildo or Iron, rnruvlan
Hark and the Plinapliati i, sMoclnti'd with tlia
Vefretable Aromatlca. Kndorx'd hy the Helical
ProfcMlon, and rtconimcniU'ri hy Hu m tor
prpals. ftrnrral lollllT. trmalf li
ram, Hanlor Vitnllly. Nrrvoun I'roa
rdttain, tiioinlrarriirr from l'evtr)
tad Uronir hills and Ffver. ltacrwa
Tery pur)KHi wlwru a la uecewiry.
Eaiobctured by Tlit Dr. Barter Mciat Co, St loui.
The followlnir la one of thu very many tcatlmo
Ulali we are rettivliix dally:
7eiitlm. Some thn monthi a(ro 1 bcran th
OR Ot 1H. ItAIITKH'H llloN TuMC, tlOU Die KlU
Tire of Diany rrlctidn who kmw lu virtues. I woa
utrertnir from frcmnU di-hlllty to iich an extent
that niy labor waaexcomlliiKly bimltunome tome.
A vacation or a taontli did not fn Die much ru
ller, but on the contrary, wni followud by In
crtawd prostration and hlnkliift chill. At till
time 1 btyan the umi ot your ikon 'ioKlC fri'in
Trlilrh I rcalUi-d aluioht linnicdlnte and woudrrTul
rviulU. Tlieold encrf:y rtlurmd and I found that
my natural fon.o van not iM-mnni-mly nluUd. I
have uiied three boltlcof (hi-Tonic. Mure mlna;
It I have done twice the InlHir that I ever did In tlia
aame time durliift uiy IiIiurk. and with duuMe Hit
rue. With lliu trun.jutl ncrvn ami vIvorofbiMly,
haaoome alo a cli anu m of thought never before
cn)oyd. If the Tonic ban not done IL work, 1
know not what. 1 give It thu credit.
MonteraU' fully your.
J. P. WATKoSf,
Troy, 0- Jan, 1, 18T8. Pat tor c UrUuan Church.
Sale by Drugglitt and General Dealers Every when
101 So. Clark St. CIUCAUO, ILL.
The latent and nmat fleritlf. Iimllutioh In the
Coiled HtHtca, for the Care of t'hroiilc and 1'rivnte
dlieae, (ionorrhoa, Uli-et of lotix idttudlnit. btrio
tora, Urc.liltln, Kupiure. d;tcatet of the rkin and
bono, mercurial fore throiil etc. ralely and private
ly treated. M'r.llUnOKIilllM. brsuiil lluhtllty
ftptedll! curml, limnv Mrn "UIV-tIiii: Irom weak-
net. catiKuil bt lniDiuileuei- aerrct linMU. excent-
a, producing itnioif on the he , nHi of blood to
the head, confu-loti of ltle.x, lieadiu lie, duluctlve
memory, Ioi-p of w-xuitl tiower, ui .'lit loanut, aver
sion to I'icicty, lee;ileneK, nenona prortra
tion, general debility and iiiiliceKtlon, rendering
aaarnaitu Improper, tulely cured. Ha CQiirHati-e
earea la All I aim lunieriiike. no tn-ed to tiiffer
Oat lar louder, Under our treatment the body It
enabled to take on flerh, the aimlltn la lucrein-ed
and the whole tyttetii la nourl'lied cnunlhg the
hraln and nrrvea loreenlu their vluor, CorruKUoa.
dene econfldi'hllHl. Full tllrucllont aeul with tU
jtadiclnue. Add! utii at alyo.
na an, a man
II yn im a
tiimi of let-
yiiur ouvit arum
ink-lit oik, to rva.
Vtrm unun o-ive ftjid
dlwrvtion or dl-wlt
r)d r lnirl, lo or
innirbraltb or lanirulnh
mm, rely on Hop
waaUi, uau Hop U.
minVrlntf from any In-
iKni i K Vim are mart
u a hud uf aluk
wheimvi-r roe fwl
Mitt yntlr "
nwda dwuwlnir. "
tut; or tlmiilatmir,
r-tt 1 linuaanda dla an
. nunlly f r o in auuia
I ."na i a one)
Y mat iuikiii
a a liavaunciiiiniteuuil
1 fl by a timely uauuf
of ll tMWC'l.
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It an alwiiuta
!ok ear fur
Tut will bf
uar )ut lea.
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(or it in New Von.
Communication" upon snbjocteof general Intereit
to the public are at all time acceptable. Bected
Li'tter and comm . nlcatlont honld be addreiteo
K. A. Hurnctt, Cairo, Illinois.
The Tramp that waa Vaccinator!,
Ono of tho city physicians waa tbo
olbor d:iy calltnl upon by a stranger,
tvboso ragged nnd gna.sy clothes and
long hair and reckless look betrayed the
genuine tramp, and when tho doctor
risked what was wantodtho manivplied:
'I kimlcr thought I'd bo vaccinated.
I'm traveling around a good deal, and
if I should catch tho small-pox it might
muko me uncomfortable."
Tho doctor said he thought it would
be a good plan, and ho was getting his
lancet ready when tho tramp asked:
"Is there any washing up, or hair
cutting, or soaking tho feet connected
"Havo I got to wait any certain time
before I can take a drink or sit down to
a dozen raw oysters?"
"Then if it's a plain, straight case,
you can go ahead on my left arm. I
work on a certainty, and tako no risks
on anything. This Is a bad looking
shirt, and that arm might be cleaner,
but I'm economizing uutil the circus
season opens. Cut me just about there,
and you'd better make a sure job of it,
as I'm too busy to fool around about it
again!" Detroit Free Press.
Tiles! riles ! ! Piles!! J
A SURE CniK FOUND AT LAST. NO ONE NEED
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 23 and 30 years standing.
No one need Buffer five minutes after apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice ; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the privato parts
and nothing else.
Ilead what the Hon J. 31. Cotfinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, snd it affords me pleasure to say
that 1 have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. uliara s Indian rile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
FRANK B. HENRY & LO., O'
Solo Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Geo. E. O'hara, Druggis.
Ancient American Cities.
The discovery of a deserted city, sixty
miles long, cut out of the rock face of
a winding cliff, rewarded tho efforts ol
Mr. Stevenson's .Smithsonian Institution
exploring party during its researches in
iNew Mexico uikj Anzoaa tho past sea
son. This is by far tho most important
find yet made among the ancient haunts
of tho cliff dwellers. Some of the
houses contain four or Cvo dwellings,
ono on top of tho other, and on tho plat
eau above, tho cliff wcro found many
rums oi temples ol worship built ot
well-cut sipiaro stones. A comparison
of the collodions of rmttery and imple
ments gainereu in me cuu nouses oy
the exploring party with thoso obtained
in the Pueblo villages strengthened the
theory that the Pueblo Indians aro the
degenerate descendants of tho once pow
erful race that built tho ruined cities ol
the plains, and then, retreating before
some witrliko foe, carved out theso sin
gular dwellings on tho sheer walls ol
dizzy precipices, and found in them, it
may bo fur centuries, both fortresses and
homes. Perhaps tho hieroglyphic in
scriptions seen hy Mr. Stevenson will
one day be deciphered, and be found to
contaiu tbo tragic history of the wanting
away, by wars and famines, ol this ill-
lauxi jieople,, wiio, hko tlio coneys ol
the BiLle, mailt) the rocks their refuge.
-JVcu) lorn Tribune.
The Now Hoop-Skirt. '
Tho vexed tiuestlon of crinolctto has
been partially solved by thu introduction
of a single band of steel introduced in
to the voluminous folds of tho back
breadths of a skirt so as to unite them
nnd give tho amplitude of an antique
tourniero. Although apparently simple,
the nilitistniont of this incipient hoop Is
difficult, for tho graceful fall of tho
flrapory is entirely dependent on tho cor
rectness of its position, lleuoe, In thin
cu.se, sins of omission should bo lightly
condemned, for a neglect to comply
with tho suggestions of fashion is rather
praiseworthy than otherwise, when the
Lraeeful eh nients of a lady's attiru may
lai imperiled by fuulty crinoliiio. ikw
an a a '
To tho question "What Is a klP" the
Howard Vaaij lb raid, a new college pa
per with telegraphic udvloe, thus an
sworn: 'WV monosyllable form of com
munication, composed only of labials,
( frequently used rut a conjunction, al
though an article, and inoro conituoo
wan wnor." i
..... - ' WW-
KcmiUic find tho stomach, second tho liver;
especially the first, so as to perform their
.. . it I . Ml l
tunctions pertectiy ana you wiu remove ni
least nineteen-twentieths of all the ills that
mankind is heir to, in this or any other cli
mate. Hop Bitters is the only thing that
will rivn nerfectlv healthv natural action
to theso two organs. Maine Farmer.'
. Why Wear Plasters?
They may relieve but they cannot cure
that lame back for the kidneys are the
trouble, and vou want a remedy to act di
rectly on tho secretions, to purify and re-
store tueir neuuuy u"uumim, iviuuo
Wort has that specific action and at tho
same time it regulates tho bowels perfectly.
Don't wait to get sick, but get a package
to-day, and euro yourself. Either liquid
or dry for sale at the druggists. Bingham
Being almost wholly uneducated, tho
Venetian lady is uaturally an invet
erate gossip. Her tongue wags eternal
ly, and can only wag about the small
talk of her native town, for all beyond
it id an unknown world to her. Every
afternoon sho goes to a reception of a
friend, when she is not herself receiving.
At these receptions there are twenty or
thirty women, and one or two stray
men. Each fresh arrival is handed
round to bo kissed by all tho ladies, and
when a visitor goes thoso who remain
pick her to pieces as crows do carrion.
Strangers and in this they include even
Italians who are not Venetians they
regard with distrust and dislike. They
appear to bo on friendly terms with
them, but behind their backs they sneer
and jeer at them. No matter bow long
they may have resided here, tho lino of
demarkation is kept up. As tho Vene
tian ladies talk patois among themselves,
and as many of them aro enable to talk
anything else, they never get over a feel
ing of awkwardness and constraint when
with thoso whose language is the pure
Italian. When not either at homo nor
visiting, the ladies aro seated on the
Piazza of St. Marc, where they meet
tho men of their acquaintance and in
Servant Girls in the Far West.
We sometimes wish that nature had
designed us for a hired girl intfead of an
editor, so that we could havo been more
independent In this country "a hired
girl" is only another name for affluence
and financial stability. It is not an un
common occurrence for a girl to come
West, work at regular wages for two or
three years, and then, as an heiress,
marry a bloated capitalist and settle
dowu. It is a horriblo fact that, unless
something is done to prevent the cen
tralization of capital among tho servant
firls of Wyoming, a rovolution cannot
e avoided.. Laramie Boomerang.
Premature Loss of the Hair
may be entirely prevented by the use of
Burnett b Coeoaine. o othen compound
possesses tho peculiar properties which so
exactly suit the various conditions of the
human hair. It softens the hair when harsh
and dry. It soothes the irritated scalp. It
affords the richest lustre. It prevents the
hair from falling off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not greasy
nor sticky. It leaves no disagreeable odor.
It kills dandruff.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known
as the best.
The Cuban House.
Tho houso is of one story, box-shaped,
nnd built around a hollow square. The
front door is on a level with tho street
Tho house has huge openings, extending
from iloor to ceiling, considered to bo
doors and windows. The last aro iron
barred, without sash or glas. There is
one great door, through which a column
of infantry might march, and through
which the family carriage has its en
trance and exit, horses and all. Every
thing that goes and comes must pass by
the way of this stately portaL By it
enter the marketing, tho charconl, the
baggage and tho horse-feed; the doctor,
the visitor, tho young man who is in lovo
with Dolores, and tho tax-collector.
Out of it and into tho street go tho sta
ble and kitchen refuse, the beggar with
his alms, the visitor with his hat in his
hand, the bride (jlnirch and the coffin
to burial. The key of this massive gate
is as largo as a gridiron.
A Long-Lived Eace of Tobacco-Users.
I). A. Hulett, a member of tho Demo
cratic General Committee in Brooklyn,
whilo standing in the city-hall yesterday
smoking, suitl, when asked if ho was not
a irreat smoker:
"Yes, an undo of mine haa just died
from excessivp smoking. Ho was 97
years old, and both smoked and chew
ed. My father refuses to tako warning
by him, nnd, although ho is now ninety
years old, ho keeps on smoking and
chewing as ho has done for a half-century.
A grandfather of mino died in
18.00 after having used tobacco freclv
for eighty-five years. Tobacco must
havo killed him. IIo was within two
months of being 100 years old when he
uicu." JSew lurk bun.
DiHiufectantjj are Absolutely Necessary
especially in cases of Diptheria, Scarlet, Yd
low and Malarial Fevers. Darby
l'ropnyiuctic luul is tho great dismfectanj
mid purifier. It affords protection from
contagion, it is a relief and cure in tho sick
room, will purify the air and destroy vile
odors without creating another. As
household remedy it is valuable
Cusloned in Rosy Cuius. '
inclosod in Hps that part in emiks like
thucpening rosebud, tho teeth gleam with
dazzling whiteness II the charming posse
or uhch beautifying sozodont, which
cleanses ind blanches the teeth nriilum
abrading their enamul liko mineral prepa
at lOIH (leHIL'HCU lor tit SMTia mirnron
This airreoably odorous and salittarv rHri
not only benefits tho teeth and enhances
tlio beauty or tno mouth, but removes, and
ruuiuuic uiuui uiiou ui mo gums.
EHiueaoN, M. I)., of Hudson, N Y,, writes
1 iiiivo usoa Follow'g Syrup of
jijpwuiitwpiim'B in enses oi Uonsuinplion
and other Lung and Throat diseases, with
tho most gratifying results. Of the various
forms of administering Phosphorus and
PhoBphatic preparations In into, nono havo
boon found so completely adapted to tho
requirement oi me aga as Follow Co'Ji
puunu oyrvp oi Mypopnocpnitci,
i -t.,, ' .fie... .4,. . .
Manv MisERAm.it People drac them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily binking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a euro commencing
-.i. i!.,i .1...... .,..,)
wuu uiu u milium;, iiuu vitality riuu Buuiijiu
surely coming back to them. Seo other
Smum's Catarrh Remedy a positivo
euro for Catarrh, Diptheria and Cankor
Ou Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Bolts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for CO days t'J young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lift Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted Pamphlets sent free.
AdJress Voltaic Belt.ro., Mirshall, Mich.
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 23 and 50 cents. 13
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 lett a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
was lor many years a sufferer from quinsy ;
"Thomas' Eciectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eciectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eciectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
time it will cure seven times out of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any ono will take a
small teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nostril and draw the Oil out of the spoon
iuto the head by sniffing as hard as thev
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and pnictice that twice a week, I don't care
:iow offensive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure tbeir catarrh. For
ieafness and earache ithas done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the onlv
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in evt-ry place, for 1
tell you that I would not be w ithout it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Eciectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Chase, Corry, Pa.
Akb vou made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Stiini ShiloL s Vitalizer is a post
live cure. 10
Geo. Meredith, Jersey City, writes:
"The Spring Blossom you sent me has bad
the happiest effect on my daughter; her
headiiche and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is at;tun 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.
The Rev. Geo. 11. Tuayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., ssys : "Both myself and wife owe our
iveB to bhiloh s Consumption Cure. 9
A Conch, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. JNeglect freh.uentl re
suits m on Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying, irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
aa entire generation-, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Mabe from Harmless Materials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling,
hair, Parker s Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank us an elegant and reliable hair
Go to Paul O. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in Luglish
and German. Price 15 cents.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, find all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 0 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen s
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Used to say: "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig tho Burdock and boil it down in
kittles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all tho curative properties
put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Klood Bitters. Price fl.00
by till lmtlo water
power Invention may
avoid all thu labor ami
Injury r driving hur
Hewlnif Machine. Over
0-000 of thtiMi Ilae.kivi
Willi. r Motora, nolw-leat
ami ornnmentiil, adapt
ed to all Hew Inn' thv
chlrii-H, aro now Klviwt
Two "Ir.en are made foi
IloMHebold Hewlnif 11 a
Phtti". l'rlee. a I il nnd
ft''J.ftO. Alxo litriccr
alwa for rntorjr noeda
ami ror aw Rinueor mu
Bond ror Circular to
RACKlfS WATER MOTOR CO., Newark, N.J
Tula It thu
Most Economical Power Known .
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY
It tukea but Utile room.
It hover gelt out of ropalr.
It cannot blow up.
It reuulrea no fuol.
It necda no engineer
There la to delay j no firing up ! no n-hoa to clean
away; no extra liituranuu to pay; no repair
ing necuaaary; no coal hills to pay,
and it li alway ready for nao.
It is Verv Cheap.
o fano. Htatn papnr von aawlhl ad
Wholctale dealer In
, -f.l e. - All Steam Drositd.
tr -M2tl ... l l...
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
l.'lcert purified and heal
ed. Uangrt-ne pre
vented and cured.
' on ih1 healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu thort
Totter drlwl tip
It U perfectly Larmlet.
For aore tlmiat It la a
R ADICAT K D
Sick rooms purl lied and
Fevered and tick Dcr-
aona relieved and re-
fnaned by bathlnt;
Vluld added to the
Soft white complexion
secured by tt Uee in
Immiruair made harm-
lt'ii and purified hy
To purify the breath.
l luiiei a ile vloaUtl
cleanao the teeth, It
Ship fever prevunted by
Iu caict uf death lu tho
hoiifu, it should al
viart be nsed about
the ctirpte It will
prevent any unpleas
ant nnell. An anti
dole for enln.nl or veg
etable poisons, atmgs,
Uangeroiit elltnvias of
flikroomt and hotplt
ula removed by its ttso
Yellow fever eradicated.
cau t be turtmtnud.
Catarrh relieved and
Eryaipvla cured .
Rtirut telieved iliHUUtly.
Icam nrevented .
Removes all uniileaaut
In fact it U the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemist, SOLE I'ROPHIETORS.
TubcrcxiUtr IJistt ot I,uniancl
TnhercnUr consuniDiioti of the lutiet 1 that
form of the disease uiot common, most fatal, and
until recent y considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which the name is derived, is a morbid pro-
on i, a posi'ea Irom niseai-ed blood in various
;arts ot me tmay : and in pro onion as luai iiuid
s impure, and length of lime it remains ro, will
tubercular diathosis continue.
Kmx Ktveu. Mass.. March tb. 1S79.
James I Fellows. Est
uearsir: Ahout three years ai;o l was attacged
with rronchitls and tuhercu'ar disease of the left
ung. and stitiered for two wars se severely that I
was niinblu to attend to husinets. About a year ago
I was advised to try Fellows' Syrup cif Hypophua
phiti-s, and before I ha'l Uulshed one bottle my ap
petite ana stretigtn were greatly improvea; my
coUkfh became less troublesolne. my alet ti waa
ouud and refreslnni!. wbw b bad not been the case
for over a year. I had suffered from nervousness
and uimcuil breathing all the time i waa sick; out
your syrup hat cured it alt I advise all persoua
mined as l was to use fellows Byrup or uypo-
(8 gncd) JAMES II. 8TEWAKT.
An erdless chain of L'eod effect is formed hy
Pellows' Compound Syrup of llypophospbltei, and
we are tafe in saying, from a long experience In
medicine, its virtues are not possessed by any oth
For Sale by all Druggist.
a laja r-s m aa v r ia wi
you sqiTcrfrom dyn-cpsla, tiflo
BURDOCK IILOOD BITTEK3
If you are afflicted with blllotisneK, use
BUI'.DOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon are prostrated with sick hcadaeke, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your blood Is Imcuro, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have indigestion, you will And an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon are troubled with rprlng compla.nts, uradl
leate them with BUUDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If your liver le torpid res torn It lo healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If vonr liver I, affected you will find a share restor
stlvo In BURDOCK BLOO: BITTERS.
If yon have any ppcrli s of humor or pimple, fall
not to taku BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any slmptoins of ttlcura or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tnno up the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
.mi fl I'Ktt IIOTTI.B ; TllIAI. UOTTLISS, 10(T8,
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop'rs,
Korialobyl'AULO. SCUUII, (2)
ribnalnes now heforolhe public
You can make monuv faster at
work for us tliuc at anything
ttlMU, Capital not needed. We
will start you. 12 a day and
upwards made at horn hr tho
Industrious men, women, hoys and girls wanted ev
cry whereto work for na. Now is the time, Yon
can work In spare time orilynr give yourwhole lime
to thu business. ' You can live at homo and lo the
work, .o other business will pay you nearly aa
well. No one cau full to make enormous pity by
engaging at once . Costly outfit and terms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Addrett
True A Co., Augusta, Maine. lb-Do.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRAD! MARK. Tho Great E Mu
lish remedy, An
unltllliig cure for
potency and all
disease that folow
as a vunuenco
of mlf-ahusn; asF
aimness or vision, prumaturo old ago, d many
other disease! that lead to Insanity, consumption
trKull particular Irfour pamphlet, which we
doslao to send free bv mall to evervouo. lvTTbe
Speclllc Medicine I told bvall drnggist at fl per
package, or six package for $5, Sr will be tent free
ev man on rucoipt or the monuv, bv addressing.
TUB GRAY MEDICINE CO.,
11 jrraw, N T.
. tdold la Ctlro bv raid 6chB.i. .
4 Assurance Society,
120 Broadway, Nev York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN TI1K WOULD.
It alone lssoei
stipulating that the cuutiurt of Insurance "shall'
1.1,1 V.M illdtMi..,! ' r,.,a i . ,i .
wu. ..v u,T-,.j,,., .iwi i. in ujreu yeara Old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of tatlsfactory pruof of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, and contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
rv. n. itr.Ali l"t K nil.lt lr. Compare th
short and sitnplo fonu used by the Enitltalile with
the long and obscure contract loaded down with
technicalities issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holder are
N. B. Sec the many letters from policy holder
fxprasslug their grati Oration with the return front
their Tun tin i Savinur Kexu I'ot.tciia.
JJecauso of its
Financial Strength. '
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve-tnl, nearly
K. A. BURNETT. Ajsent.
Office, corner lit h and Washington.
November '.id, iwi. m3dw
IfrTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv nth, 1877,1'ndrr the Laws o
- the State of Illinois. Copvrlgbtd July
9, 1877, Under Act of Congre ss.
P. G. BCIICH
J. A. GOLDSTINE
J. J. GORDON
JOHN c. W HITE
. . hecretar"
II. LEIGIITON, L. h. THOMAS,
J. O. WHITE, W. r. PlTCUEJt,
J. S. ftlcOAUEY.
HOARD Oi1' MANAGERS:
William Ktratton, of Stratton Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul (1. Hrbuh, wholesale and retail drug
gist; Ilazen Lflghton, commission merchaut; Jas.
8. McOahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phys
ician; J. A. Guideline, of Uoldstlne Hi ltosenwater,
wholesale ana retail dry goods, etc; m. r . ritcb
er, general agent; Huury B. Ellis, city printer and
noon oiuuer; i.ne.iey riayues, vootier; duo. V.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
I.ewlt, dealer In four and grain; F. Bross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank; G. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyru Close, general
agent; 'J nomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
Hussel, contractor and builder; O. T, Rndd
agent C. St. L, AN. O. railaoad; Moses Phlllips.rar
puuler; H. A. Chiinihley, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Rev. J. Spencer, clergvmiin.Ht Leuli, Mo.; J. U.
rlethnne, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Chariot
ton, Mo. ; J. H. Mooru , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.t
1). Slnglutnrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Kttlton, Kv.; Wm. Kyan, farmer,
Mnrrv, Kv.;A. Stolnbach, maniiiarturer of tad
dlerv, Evansvlllo, Ind ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent 0. St. L. A N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tonn,; J. 8. Robertson, phvslclan, Whito
villa, Term. Thomas A. Oshorn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tcnn. Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Advor
UslngAgen'," llollv SDrlnfs.Misa
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