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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Los of appotHi,Naneii,bowel8oont1vo,
Puffi In theHeitg.wi'tH a dull sensation In
fBe back partJTPain Lunler the shoulder
tilftJe, fullness af tcr'eattng, with a disin
clihfttionTo exertion of borly"or mindj
1 rri tabUjtyjjf temperTTlo w apiri ! a. Loss
ofmemory, with a foellngof having ucr;
lec tod Yoinedu ty w euri nesn, Db.zineaaj
frlutte'ririjr of the Heart, Dots before t ha
eyesTYellow Bkfii7endache, HestleBej
new at cightThighly colored Urine.".
IT THESE WAEHTKGS A EE TJ5IIEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S FILLS arc especially iidiipted t
iii h cmtcs, one done cllcetsauchncliitngo)
of feeling as to A"tniiish the sufferer.
They Increase In. Aiipeltle, and cause the
body to Tube on K'esh. thua Oik system
nurtnel.aiid livin"irTnlp 4ftionon Ilia
lIVfllr Onranit, IteitiilnrM.Milsare pro.
fluent. Price 'i' rent. 'M Miirmy St.. ft.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Gray Hairot WHlflircit changed toaOMwsV
Black by a single uciilic-intoii (if Hils Dyk. It
Imparts a natural color, ana InstsiiiHineoiiHly,
Sold b J)nn'Uilvir sent n? cxpics. on rKtio((l.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
0 Ir. Tirm I1M Al. . Valutilt Infura.rtiia k
luWAil MmtIvU wUI W aulll IUIK us ailitlM.f
Sprain. Jlnrns, Wealds, Ilrnlsr-"., (Sore,
nr, ItlK'iinintlMii, ItoiN. I leers, old
horen. Toothache, Ilr-niiarlir, rsoro
Tliront, Asthma, llnnrNi-ncst,
Vc, 4tc cVc.
OTSTIX P. FFLTOX, I. D., Hrooklyn. K. Y.
" Proving luelf to bea necessity in our homo."
P. 1. WKSTKBVKLT, M. I., Nashville. Tenm-
Have iihiI large quantities of POND'S EXTKACT
In my practice."
In. 8. It. McCORI), Matron. Ilomo of Destitute
Children." We find It moat eillcaclons and uno
Cailtlnn.-i-rONTVS EXTRACT In sold m.'y In
bottles with the name blown in tho gloss.
a- It la nnsafo to nso other articles with onr
directions. Insist on havinn I'OND'a ESTltACT.
lititaw all Imitations and aubntituteg, ,
BPEClATi rUFPAItATIONS OF POVD'S ES.
XiUtT COMDINKD AVITTI 1T7K PUREST
AND MOST I'KI.ICATE PKliFUilEd
i'Olt LWIW lkUDOUt.
..KOr., $1.00 and $1."5
Catarrh Cure V
Inhaler (OlaaaCOo.) 1. (IK
Nanl KyrliiL'e !
SlcdlrMled I'liiwr... ''."i
Toilet ( ream 1.00
Up Suhe S"
Tiillft K(iap(3culi('fl) r0
lamilr Sjrlni.'c $1.00.
Orders amounting to if 5 worth, aout ciproas frco
on roeeipt of money or P. O. order.
t f Ovn Nkw Pami'iii-kt wm DiBTorT ov ovn
PkU'AJunoss, Sent 1'KEE ox ai-pucatiom to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt.. New YoTk.
l a prcparntion of Protoxide or Iron, TeniTlarj
Itark anil the I'liodplialc , UK&neluted with tlie
Viyetulile Aniiiiatlcs. Kndorned tiy the Heillcal
Pnift'KSliin, and recommended ! tlimu fir
pplH. (Irnernl lellllt.T, K.'innlo IMa
mr., Wantur Vllnlit.T, Nervous lrna
(radon, (untalpneenrr from t'evere
atnd hronlc lilIU nnl fever. Itscrwa
every purpose w litre a 'l u.sic In necessary.
Kjmifattnrod bj The DrJarter Medicine Co, St. lonifc
Tli following Is onn of tho very many tcstlnio
Dials we are reuelvlUK dully;
Gmlmr! Some Wtw. rnonlln apd I bepnn the
one of 1m. llAHTKii H Iiiiin Tonic, upon tlie ad
vice of many fneuds who knew Ha virtues. 1 wna
, aufTeriiifr fruiii Kenentl di Witty to nneli an extent
thatmy labor wasexeoedln)rly liiinleimoiiivtonie.
A vaentlon of a mon Hi did not yStv. me mut li ru
lief, lull ou the contrary, w;u followed by In
creased prowtratlon and nlnklni eliilln. At this
time 1 tiwui thu usu of ymir JitON 'I'unk', from
which 1 renllzeil almovt linmedlKle and woliderliil
remiltn. The old energy relumed and 1 found that
my natunl forx-o was not permanently Hlmted. 1
hav 1184,-d three Imttlenof tlie'l'osir. hlnee UhIih
it 1 have done twice the labor that I ever did In lha
same tiiundiirliia my llliienK, and with double the
caoe. W illi the tranquil nerve ami vlirorol hody,
lias come aho a clearness of thoiulit never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic has not done the work, 1
fcuuw not what. 1 pive ll the credit.
J. I'. WAThOV,
Troy, O. , Jau. t, llffB. Pastor Christian Church.
rSale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhere
fOl So. Clark Nt. CHICAGO, lit,
The latest and most scientific Institution In the
United UlHles, lor the ( ore of Chronic, and Private
diseases. (onorrlnea, (ileet of long stnndlni;. Stric
tore, Orrliltls. Muptnre, diseases of thu fkin and
' bones, mercurial sore throat etc. safely and nrivnte-
)y treated. M'tltHlTOKKHIKA. bexual Debility
Speedily rnrrd. luimit Men iiH-rlii from wcaav
' nana, cauaed b Ininrudeiice. secret habits, excess-
es, producing pimples on the face. rnh of hlood to
the head, contusion of Ideus. head he, defective
menuiry, Iocs of sexual power, hiuhl losses, aver-
aioa to socloly, alufplessness, nerous prostra
tion. Kenerul rlehllliy and Imliitesllou, rendering
mamtnie Improper, salelv cured. Vie (tuarBDtia
rare la All t a" we uiidertake, ro ni'Ud to sutler
On Day longer. L'mli r our treatment the hotly la
enalilud to take on flc-li, the apctiio is Increused
and the whole system is imurl-hert ciuisllitf the
bralu and nerves lo re.'iilu tlieir vlcr. Corrvspnn
dene ecoiifldentiul. full directions sent with the
tpediciiice, Addiest as above.
If ynx re a man
if Tou an' a
man of let.
nixl hy tl'e Uraln of
vour diitie avoid
niirht win k, t re
tore tirnin lierveaud
If von are younir nd
dlio ivtlou or ulHhipa
rn-d r ulnitK old or
Iioorli-Ahu or luitruih
iuim, rely on Hop
Wkale, UN HOP B.
mifferltiK from any id
lion If you are u.ar
youuur, millerliiK from
Ititr on a bud of uofc
Blttora. Whoever youam.
whewver uu feel
Tiioiioanna ma an
nuully f ro m aouiu
fonii of Kidney
(heaM tlmt UllKlit
have h-!! iirmeiiU'd
that your yirteni
nmaa elwtiKini. Kin.
jtiif or utiiiiiilA'lnir.
hy a timely uwof
TIava yon fv-
or Kriwir "
of IIih joimic.
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THE JAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1882.
TIIE DAITiY IJULLE1TN.
Dally (delivered hy carrUirs) Der week $
Dally (delivered by carrier, one year 13 JJ
By mall (In advance) one year ... W"J
Three months J
One month ; 1 110
Bf mall (In advance) eueyuar I '
Three months JO
Tnr.luhsnf five andovertper copy) 1
Poataire Id all caaos prepaid.
A dvertlaUg Itataal
P1r.t Inaertlnr.. ner annHre SI MI
MulMtequeutliufTttons. peraijiiare SJ'
Kor one week, pur sunaro J J1
K.ieoriil notice 1
Ohlluarlea and resolutions passed hy sra.lettea
ten cents per line.
Denlhaand marrlaires free
Klrst Insertion, per squa..... $ 1 M
S'lheequeiil. ltiiertions 1)0
Kltftit lines ol solid nonpareil ronswuie a squani
DUnhiU'dadverilsemeiitwill he chared accord
trtaT to 'I'" spare occupied, at shove rates -there be
in 1.' twelve lilies of solid type to the lucl).
To ri'iftilnr advertisers we oucr superior uioiice
men Doth as to rates 01 cnarges anu manner 01
i : laybiK ttlr favors.
I h 1 paper may he touno on nie ai ura, r . nmi
t O.s New spaper Advertlclntt Hareau, (10 Bprur.e
're- t .whoio ad' ertlstni! contracts may be made
I r It in New Yon.
Communications npon stlhjectsof ireneral Interest
to the public arc at all times acceptable. Kected
mnnnscrlpts will not be loturned.
Letters and comm nlcations should be addressed
E. A. llurnett, Ciro, Illinois.
A Big Head of Steam.
Topnooily iniule tip liU mind 'that ho
was not fl'img to bo bossed ittiy lont-r
by his wife, ho when lie went homo at
noon ho called otrfr impcrioiiHly, "iMrn.
Topnoody! Mrs. Topiioodv!1' Mrs. T.
came out of tho Idtdien wit Ji a lrop of
sweat on tho end of her nosu, a dish-ra
tied around her head, and ti rolling-pin
in her hand. "Well, sir," hIio said,
"whtit'll yon have!4' Topnoody stagger
ed, but braced up. ,rMr.s. Topnoody, I
want you to understand, madami!''
ami ho tapped his breast dramatically
"I am tho engineer of this establish
ment." "Oil, you are, aro you? Well,
Topnoody, I want you to understand
that l'1 and she- looked dangerous "I
um tlio boiler that will blow up ami
sling the engineer over into tho next
county. Do yon henr the steam escaping,
Topnoody?' Topnoody heard it, and he
meekly inquired if there was any assist
ance ho could render in the liou.su work.
Connecticut has over eleven thousand
more femalea than males. In tho small
est towns in tho State therulo gener
ally is that the men exceed tho women
in numbers. Tho cities show A surplus
Disinfectants are Absolutely Necessary
especially in cases of Diptlieriu, Scarlet, Yel
low and Malarial Fevers. Darby's
'Prophylactic Fluid is the great disinfectani
and purifier. It affords protection from
contagion, it is a relief and cure in the sick
room, will purify the air nnd destroy vile
odors without creating another. As a
household remedy it is valuable.
Natural "Water Supply on Hew Western
Grain farms, strictly such, nro quito
rapidly getting to bo things of the past.
Wo think it is not overstating tho case
to say, that two out of every live of tho
tolerably prominent ami thrifty farmers,
in tho West are becoming known as
stockmen, in one dejiarltnent or tho
other. Three out of livo depend upon
stock keeping or dairying, in a largo
degree, for no small portion of their in
comes. Four out of (ivo essay to bo
stockmen; and perhaps not more than
one in live simply aims to keep such livo
stock as are necessary to carry on his
farm, aiul furnish his family with pork
and milk. Flaeing this matter right
down on a practical basis, it is not put
tingit toostrongto state, that every tract
of land should have living water for
stock, because every Western farm is,
to a greater or less extent, destined to
bo a uturk furm. 4 ,
Men are the architect a of their own
fortunes, as a rule; and this rule hai no
truer application than when applied to
the stock raiser who secures a farm on
which there is a continuous supply of
water from natural sources. Now to
know the difference between a reliable
fountain head and one that will not
hold out, is very important, and, in very
many cases, it requires the skill of a
geologist to 1ell,whethcr a stream on
new land, if it be a small one, will be
lasting or only transient. National
Live-Slock, Journal, Chirajo,
A Cross Unhy.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's ro
maining a bachelor as stopping lor 0110
night at the houo of a married friend and
being kept awako for five or six hours by
the crying of across baby. All cross and
crying Imuius need only nop miters to
make fliem well and smiling. 1 oung mnn,
The Sonsations of Ha aging.
Yesterday several Gentlemen wcro
speaking of capital punishment, when
J. L. McNeely, one of the most pros
perous fanners in Pulaski county, re
marked: "Gentlemen, so far as the punishment
is concerned, hanging does not amount
to anything. I was hung once until I
was insensible, ami tho feeling could
scarcely bo called pain."
"I am in earnest," ho continueT. "In
lKG.rj, just at the close of tlio war, rob
bers came to my house in search of
money. As a precaution against such
visitors I had given two watches and
$(100 in gold to a trusty colored woman
to keep lor me until times improved.
was lying in bed, crippled. Several men
entered tlio room, aiitl, without saying
anything, put a rope around my neck
mul began to pull. I told them that if
they were going to hang me, to wait
until I could get my crutch, so that I
could walk to the hanging place. They
took mo out on the gallery, ami, throw
ing tlio ropo over a cross-beam, asked
me for my money. I told them that
had none. I hey drew me up. For a
moment 1 experienced a slight choking
sensation, unu men 1 became insensible.
When I became conscious, after being
ihkcii uown, 1 wan sitting on tlio steps,
Tho sensations while regaining consei'
ousnc.i wero very much like those ex
perienced (Hiring a nightmaro. LiUU
Premature Loss of tlio Hair
may ho entirely prevented by the uso of
Hurnett's Coeouinc. No other compound
possesses tho peculiar properties which so
exactly suit tho various conditiohs of tho
humau hair. It softens the hair when harsh
and dry. It sotalhes tlio irritated scalp. It
affords tho richest lustre. It prevents thu
htir 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 tlio best.
How rrencbw'oraen Are Lovocl.
The Provencal women aro the state
liest, most queen-like specimens of their
sex that I have ever seen. Tall, well
formed, strong, with piercing black eyes
and bronzed faces, they charm tho eye
and attack the heart of tho lover of the
beautiful. There is over, too, a stnilo
upon their lips, a rellection of tho sun's
rays from their pretty faces, as they
chatter in their rich old Provencal dia
lect. In any other country than Franco
these faces Would photograph them
selves upon tho hearts of men, and
rouse a passion which ' only its return
eoiihl soothe. Men would hive, live,
light or lie for tho wonieiV of Provence
at least Englishmen would but such
things are unknown in France. I do
not say unknown here only, but unknown
in France. The Paris exquisite may af
fect a taste in women as ho does a tasto
in horses. He may even spend his
time and money in their pursuit; but as
a nation, and with but very rare excep
tions, tho love of woman as woman does
not exist jn France.
To tho Frenchman the woman is ev
erything except his heart's love's. Slio
is his business partner; in factthe man
aging partner of the business while ho
lives in his cafe. In the country sho is
his laboring man, his purse-keeper, his
adviser, oftcr his master. To the pro
fessional man she is tho mother of his
children, the bringer of a certain dot to
the family 6tore. In polities sho is tho
center around which men congregate.
Tn religion, the deputy and representa
tive At' all mankind at church. But in
tho heart of a Frenchman sho has no
place and no home.
When I say generally of France, I
say particularly of this place, anil all
country places marriages are mado as
business partnerships are made, with a
due regard to business arrangements on
all sides, and without any reference
whatsoever to any impulses of the heart.
Only a few days ago one of our hand
somest young fellows gave up one of
our prettiest girls, whoso parents aro
rich, because tho sum of hard cash to
bo handed over to him on tho day of
marriage was not equal to his demands,
lie wilTnow, of course, look for another
wife as he would look for another farm,
with a solo regard to its iucomebringing
Piles! Piles!! Pile's!!!
A Sb'UE CL'UE KObXD AT I.AHT. No NK NliKl)
A sure euro for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), calleM Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured th worst
chronic cases of 25 ami lit) years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes ulter apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Klecfunnes do
fore harm than good. William's Oint
incut absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night utter getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and fh prepared
only for Piles, itching of tho private parts
and nothing else.
Bead what the Hon J. M. Coffin berry, 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 I have never found anything which
"live such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment,''
For sale by all'drnggist-', or 111 tiled on
receipt ot price $1 .HJ.
Sole Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Gi;o. K. O'iiaha, Drugis.
Ho Tell a Third of a Mile.
There occurred m Slate Mountain,
near Ashcroft, recently, one of those ac
cidents that make men realize, how ter
rible are the. perils that environ the
pathway of tho fortune-hunter in these
great mountains. A young man named
J. M. Zern, who has been prospecting
and contracting around Ashcroft for
some lime p:ts, hud, in connection with
another man, a contract to run in a tun
el on a claim very near tho summit of
Slate Mountain. The claim is known
.as the Shainokin lode. They had near
ly completed the contract, and Zern was
making his preparations to get out of
the country for the winter. Tho trail
leading from the cabin occupied by the
two contractors to tho claim winds its
sinuous and perilous way alongthesteep
slope of Slale Mountain, frequently zig
zaging to avoid the ledges ami caso tho
But there is one place far up toward
the summit where tho slope is almost
perpendicular for quito a distance, and
under tho best conditions travel at that
snot is very perilous. The trail, about
eighteen inches wide, is cut out of tho
mountain side, ami it would make a
tenderfoot'g hair stand on end to look
down. There has been a crust of snow
several inches thick on and near tho
summit of Slate Mountain for a week or
morn past, and the cold nights has froz
en thisnow where it has been pressed
down along the trail until it is us slip
pery as glass.
Zern and his pailiter wro proceeding
along thu trail to the Shainokiu lode,
and at thu precipitous spot referred to
Zern missed his footing. The misstep
carried his body off the trail, and in an
instant; the doomed miner was whirling
down tho snowy slope, wildly grasping
at the air, ami attempting In vain to se
cure Notuo foothold on the frozen ground.
His terror-stricken partner, utterly una
ble lo rentier him any assistance, stood
gazing at tho terrible sight with emo
tiops past description, .Down, down
tho poor fellow went, ami when his
bruised and bloody frame reached tho
bottom, it was 1,8 K) feet from where it
started, and bore but little reseinblaneo
of its original sulf. LcadtiiUc.lkmuv.raL
Many Mibkiuui.e Pkopmc 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 euro commencing
with tho first dose, nnd vitality and strength
surely coming back to them.' See other
Sruioii's Cukk will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Joseph DuniNixmiKii, Broadway, But',
falo, was induced by his brother to try
Thomas' Electric Oil, tor a sprained ankle;
and with half a dn.en applications ho was
enabled to walk round again all right.
P. G. Schuh, Agent. Price, $1. 00
Wuy will vou cough when Shilh's
Cure will give immediate
10 cents, o() cents and $1.
Whi n your girl gives you the mitten, and
you I'eel like your heart is broke,
Don't give wt.y to blin k despair, but treat
it as a ji'kc.
Get our health in first class order, a bot
tle of Spring Blossom buy,
And gaily join a singing class, and for an
other sweetheart try.
P. G. Schuh, Hgcnr. Piicu .V) cents.
An Old Friend.
lie was Htllieted with a lmne back and
general liability; he was recomnicled
Thomas' Electric Oil which cured linn at
once. This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain.
SutiiOii's Catakkii Kkmedy a
cure for Catarrh, Dipthoria and
Kidney Complaint CureJ.
. B Turner, Itochestcr, N. Y., writes: I
have been for over a year subject to serious
disorder of tho kidneys, and often unable
to attend to businessr I procured your
Burdock- Blood Bitters and was relieved
before half a bottle whs used. I intend to
continue, as I feel confident that they will
entirely cure me."
'P. G. Schuh, Agent. Price $1.00.
'H ackmetack,' a lr.sting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Mr. Rikfexstkin, Boston, Mass, writes:
Spring Blossom has cured me of dyspepsia,
of four (4) years standing. I have re
gained my normal appetite, can sleep well
and feel like a new man." ,
P.' G. Schuh, Agent. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Ana you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shilol.'s Vitalizcr is a posi
tive cure. 10
The Collier White Letrd and Oil Com
pany, of St. Louis, Mo.? are again run
ning anil prepared to fill orders. Their
woiks were totally destroyed by Gre May
28tli and again September 21st of the past
year. To rebuild and get in shape for
business at thiK time is a high compliment
to their energy and perseverance. Collier
company brands of lead and oils are known
over the entire country. See advertisement
in this paper.
Tun Rev. Geo. II. Tiiayek, of Bourbon,
I rid , says: "Both myself ami wile owe our
lives to bhiloh's Consumption Cure. !)
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect 1'requcutl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or 011
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 1.1
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers ami
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, ami always
give pet feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide uml constant use for nearly
1111 entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Foit Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
you will liiivc printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloii's Vitalizcr. It never fails
to cure. 15
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness ami
durability of color are unentailed. Odor
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Our Morions lndelietideii.;e.
What can bo more glorious than to be
independent id" suffering, caused by dys
pepsia, indigestion, constipation, sick head
ache, or other niseases emanating from the
stomach. Thiscmibo easily gained by a
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitters.
P. G. Schuh, Agent Price $1.00
by this simple water
power Invention miiy
nvolil all the lultor and
Injury or drying- her
SewliiK Machine. Over
A. 000 of these llnekus
Winer Motors, noiseless
nnd oriiiimeiitul, adapt
ed to all Sowing Kill
chlncH, ore now kIvIiik
Two six's are made for
Household KewliiK Ma
chines Price, g5 and
2i..'i0. Also hiruer
sixes for factory needs
nnd for nil kinds of ma
chinery, Solid for Circular to
PACKUS WATEH MOTOIt CO., Newark, N.J
This Is thu
Most Fcononiiciil Power Known
FOR jmiVlNU LIGHT MACHINERY !
It lakes but little room.
it never eels mil of repair,
ll Culiliot blow
It require no fuel.
It uec Is no oniitneer.
There Is u (Iclny ; no flrlliK tip; ho italics lo clean
away; no extra Insurance 10 pay; mi repair
' inn necessary j no coal bills to pay,
and it Is always ready lor nan.
It in Vorv f Jhoap.
o :k, Hlate pitpe r you sawUna ad
CHEAT Germ DESTJtO VER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
E RADICATE I)
l lci-rs purified and heal
ed, (iangrenu pre
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu short
Tetter dried up.
It lsprfecily harmless.
For sore throat It is a
oiuuxion denirot "U.
Hick rooms pur! Hod and
Fevered 1111 il sick per
sona relieved aud re
frrsmtd by bathing
Hull) added to the
6ft white complexions
secured hy lis use lu
Impure air niude harm
lem and ptiritled hy
Kluiil alio. it.
To purity the h-eath,
cleanse the teeth, It
can't he surpassed
Catarrh relieved and
Hums relieved Instsntly,
Scars prevented .
Itciiiovcs all unpleasant
l holel It ill' H pllleil.
Ship fever prevei, ted by
In cases of deuth lu the
lioni-e, ll should al
V.HVS be used about
the corpse it will
prcveii' a My unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote lor bill s! or vef
(table poisons, tini!'',
Dangerous ellluvlas of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed hy Its use
Ycliow lever eradicated,
In fact il Is the great
IiisinftTt nut n ml rnrilicr.
I'HKI'AUKII II V
J. 1 1. Z 1U LIN aV CO..
Manufacturing Chemists, Snl.K PHOI'IllETOIIS.
'-Tubercular DinniHo ot I.uhhm mul
I Irouchi t in
Tubercular consumption of the lungs Is that
form of tho dlseai'o 1110 t common, most fatal, and
until recently considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which the i.ame is derhcu, Is a morbid pro
duct, d posi'cd from diseased blood In various
1 arts ol the body: aud in proportion as that lluid
Is impure, and length of time it remains so, w ill
tubercular diathesis continue.
Fall It vru, Mass . March SUh, 1ST",
.lames I Felloes. Esq
Hear Sir: About three years sgo I was attacked
with 1 ronchltis and ttibcrcu ar disease of the left
lung, and suffered lor two years so severely that I
w as tumble, to attend to business About a year ago
I was advised to trv Fellows' syrii f llvpophos
phltes, and before I ha tluishid one bottle my ap
petite nnd strength were greatly Improved; my
C 'Uiih became less troublesome, my sleep was
sound and refreshing, whs h had not been the case
for over a year. I lii.d suffered from i.eivousiiess
and ibtlicull breathing all the time 1 wss sick ; but
your syrjp has cured it ali 1 advise all per-ons
afflicted s 1 waa to use Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
tS-gticd) JAMES 11. SI'EWAhT.
An endie.s chain of good ellects is formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of llypophosphltes, and
we are sufe in saying, from a long experience in
medicine, Its virtues are not possessed hy any oth
For Sale by a!l Iiriiiigists
yoo sulTrt from dys cpsia, ni
lil'RIloCK HI.OOI) J! ITT E US.
If you are afflicted with biliousness, use
lU IMIOfK lll.ooil 1IITTEKS,
If you are prostrated with sick l eadnc ke. Iaie
IH IfllOCK lil.OOl: LIT ; K1:S
If your bowels ate disorder d regulate lle-m with
Ill'HI.i t( K UI.OOH IHTTEItS.
If your blond Is Imnure, purify It w ith
iiUKDocK ju.ooi) nrrt F.us
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
IU'IilJiiCK HL(iOI) 1UTTKHS.
Ifyou nre troubled with spring coinpU.uts, cradl
Icate them with BI'UDOCK lil.OOK UITTKKS.
II your liver Is torpid restore ll to healthy action
with liUKDOf'K lil.OOl) HITTEliS,
If your liver Is affected vou w ill llnd a sliiire restor
ative In IH'ltbOCK ni.OO ) III ITEMS.
If you have any species of humor or pimple, fail
not to take ntJKIMiCK BLOOD IUTTEUS.
If you have any slmptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
For Imparting strength ntul vitality to the system,
nothing can equal l!L'l!DiiCK lil.OOl) I11TTEHS.
For Ncrvon mid (letier vl Debility, touo up the
system with IlfHIJOCK HLOOD IUTTEUS
l'litrg 31 PKa iinTri.K ; Ti.ial norn.Es, lOcra,
FOSTER, Ml LIU UN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAl I. G . SCHUH.
r J a business now nemre tnepiinnc
I 1 ' Von can make money faster at
1 I .....aii r,. ii,-,. -i in. nil, In.,
.,1 nwriton ui-iuiii. i.,uiit.
IJi 1 1 mho '('Htillsl not riecrliid. We
will start vou. WU a day and
u;AvardN made at homo by thu
li rtustrloiis men. women, boys slid girl-wnt-ted ev
eryw here to work for us, Now is the time. Yotl
can work In spare time only or give your whol'i time
to tho bttslesH. You cuti live nt homo and do the
work, tin other business will pay yotl nearly as
weil. Noonu can fall to make cnoruiona pav by
engaging atnnce. Costly outfit and terms free
Money made last, easily and honoriiuly. Andreas
True JtCo., Ani'iista, Maine. I(l-H.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
fRADE M'ik. The Orent Kng-
'jav I Ish remedy, An
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1. .-r 11 11 uiu 1 iiu . uiu i I'll
t Z! if seminal weakness
potency end all
dine arcs lliatfolow
itj of self-iibtise; asjj,
. 1 Inmi nf miimii.il
T ITI in. ...... i, -,..,
fluioro laMnniiiversailasstturtu. r. tp-.L-
liHlll in llm Imelr 4'0" IttKirU?,
dlmnesa of vision, prematiiro old
other diseases that lead to insanity.
age, d many
or n nreniHture rriive.
FhU 1 iirtlculiirs In our pamphlut, which we
desiae to send free bv mall to eviTVonu. t'r Tlio
H peel lie Medicine Is sold hv all druggists tit (1 per
oacanire, or six pncNiigt s lor fit, or will be sent true
lv man on receipt of Hie niotiev, hv addressing.
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of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOKM).
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on ric-lpt of satlsladi ry proofs ol ileum. '
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NO AIIDIOUS TOXDITIOXS.
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the long an 1 obscure ci ntriK is loadui down wiu
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., 11!77, I nder Artol i Mjgriss.
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J. A. ,ot,DsTINE.
.1 J. oiiEiioN
JOHN C. WHITE
Assistant Se n ary
i . i: 'i;'i'i Vk dm m j'i 1 j
J. C. WHITE.
W F. I'l'll IIKIt,
JIO A U U OP' M AN A t; V.Ui
William Strultiiii. ofstratton Hlnl, vtl lesale
grocers; Paul O. s( hub, wholesale und retail drua
gist; l!une!i I. ightou.co , nns-l m imt'CtiuM ; .Ins,
S. Mcduhey, lurnh-r (baler; J. J. (iorcion, privs
Irian: J. A. U..idstine, ol lioldsline ,"v K. .ei, water,
wholesale and rem I dry goods, etc; Win F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry H. Kills, city print-r and
noon oiniii r; nesiey iiavnes. ciiinmr: .Inn (
Wiilte, assistant secretary aud solicltoi; Albert
Lewis, denier In four and irrnii:: F. linn.. nn.i.
dent Alexander L'nuntv Hank; (i. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builifer; (Vu Close, general
aent; 1 honias i.uwIh, secretary and attorney at
law; L. S, Thomas, broom msiiufacliin r: W. F
Kussel, contractor and I ulliler; v.. T, Hudil
ugent U. St. L. .vN. O. rallaond;.lres Phi, ups.rar-
iieiin-ri 11 . i. i.iiuimjifv, coiorai-tor, ( atro, Ills ,
Kev. .1. Sprncer, ciergvrnim.St I.euis, No,; ,1, H
Helhiine, circuit Herk, Mississippi couiilv, Churles
ton, Mo. ; J. H Moore , lawyer, Cotnnie'rre, Mo."
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