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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THF GREATEST MEDICAL
TRlUirlPH OF THE AGE.
8YMPTOMS OF A
Loaa ofjippot itf .TJ an sea, bow1 ooRtt vo,
PaliTIn tnelload.wHh a dull sensation in
ffiottcS partJTftiu under the shouldpr
bla3( fullnpM aft'r'oatinft, with a diiiin
clinRtionToexorti6"no(jbo(ly or mind,
IrriUbjUfjof ttiinpor, Low apfrits, .Loss
of "mem ory, w it h" a feeiinic of huvlna "ncg
Ineted some dutyywedriueKg, Di.zineaa,
t'Tuttorintrof the Heart," Dots before tha
neiiaTuightTTiiKhly colored Urine.
IT THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TD1T8 PILLS are eKpi-rlBlly adapt "l t
of feeling a t4i A'tonlsli llio mlliwr,
They Inrrniw ll. lM'l ll. urn cause tha
btalv to Tkw on asiii. tints the system W
nourUn.-d.aiiu bvtii 'lr Tonic Artinn on tnj
litK.-MlvrOiviui. Ki-irulirSilM. are pris.
dueed. Price S cents. MNnrrarM., N.K'
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Okat llAiBorWiiiHKKBurhnnu'il tfinniwy
liLAt'K by ft allude application of H)i DVK. It
Imports a naturul color, ut-w Instantaneously.
rJi.ld Ij Drll"i1lJWr 'hl lij t-sprea "II rt-CtOf II.
Office, 38 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TI'TTS II 4 MO. of ralaalil lafi.raullna ml fc
(IwTuI ItMrlpU "III tir mhWf ml k ppllrtllua.
Kpralns, IJnrns, ferald. I.rulsca, Knit
newt, Hheiimntlxiii, Ititllx, I leer. Old
horr, ToulhRclir, liendnrlie.kiore
Tlirnnt, Asthma, Honr-iness,
Ac, sVc, &.
rrsm p. rrLTox, i. n Prooairn. n.t.
Proving itself to be a necessity in our homo."
P. A. WKSTF.KVK..T, M. 1).. Nashville, Tenn.,
" Dave used larpa quautitiea of P OND'U EXTRACT
In my practice."
Mm. K. II. Mct'ORI), Matron. Iloma of DostJttta
Children. " We find it wont cflicacioui and a.u
rnutlon.-rOXD"S FXTRACT Is Bold on'y In
bottle with the name blown in the plans.
It in uneafo to uta othnr articlon yriih onr
airectlons. Insist on harinR POND'S EXTliACX.
IUifuso all iuiilationa and anhotitutea,
srrriAL prkparations of pond-3 ez-
XUACT COMULSKD VVITTI THE PUHEST
AND MOHT Ii:nCATE PKKFl'JlEd
FOll LADIW liuUDOIR.
POXD'S EXTUACT 50r.. il.OOand f 1.T.1
Tollft Ofam 1.011 I atarrh lure 75
Up Kalvn ir,
Tllft S(iap(3eir-s) Ad
i ia.Mrr i.
Inhaler (Glass 60o.) 1.00
Ilcdliatcd Paper... 5
Orders amounting to 1 5 worth, atnt txprcas free
on receipt of money or P. O. ordi r.
WOvb New I'Aiirm.FT with IIistort or ovb
PiU.l'AJU.TlOSg, 8lST FUI OS AH-UCaTHJ TO
POND'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St.. New To-k.
la a preparation of pmtnxide of Iron, Peruvian
Itark ami Ilie I'lK.s;ltttt' , anM-luii .1 with the
Vegetable A roniath. Kii'lorwd hy the Mi"llcaJ
Pnifemnn, and rirotiiMiftiil'-d ty thejji for !?
prpkiit. ;rn-rnl Itrbillly. ahinlr !!
rri, Hanlof Vilallty, Xfrvooi l'ro.
Irallon. luuialrarrnrr from 1'rvrra
and lirnnln t lillln and Iftfr. ltatrvc
KTery purpose litre a iuMC U licce.vary.
Einaftfted bj The Dr. Barter Bejicint Co, St. Loals.
The followlnr It one of the very many tcstlmo
&1&U we are ructlriuit dally:
Gtnttmm Some thrt e niontha apo I hepan the
ow of 1h. UtKTKti'! 1 it ix Tomc, utioti the ail
Tire of nit'ir frlnida who knew lis virtu. I waft
auHYriiij fnni) general di hillty to auch an extent
that my lntmr waaex' ceiiii).'lv tiunlciikuuie tome.
A vaiatiun of a motith did imt give mc much ru
lief, tviit on the contrar)-, w.u folli.wcd hy In.
cwil prostration and ulnkinpr chill'. At thla
time I Uiran the uo of your lHON TuVK', from
whi'-h 1 rt alizi - I almost lmincll;itc ami wtnidertul
retulta. Tlieold energy returned and 1 found that
my natund force w:i not permanently ahaled. 1
lisve tifcd three hotilesof (lie Tomc. Mure UHlntj
It 1 hare done twice the lahor that 1 ever did In the
aame time during, my illnctit. and with douhle the
a. With the traniUll nerve and Igor of hixly,
liaacome alao a cleanteta of thought never liefurj
enjoyed. If the Tomc has not dime the. work, 1
kiiow not wUai. 1 give It the credit.
Mut f ratef u H v jjou
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, ICT. Paatur t hru'tlan Church.
Sale by Drugglsti and General Dealers Every when
fOl So.Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latent and mnat aclent'fic Insdiutlon in tl.a
United htalea, for theCure of c'hnnlc nnl Private
dlaeaiw. (ionorrho'a. (iie.'t ot lima dandinc. Strio
tare, Orrbitln, Hupnin'. d!eaf of the rkin and
honef. mercur BluMi thrnat ete. aa'e'vand private
lytrenti-d. M'l.ltM IKIItKIKKA, Sexual iJehiiity
Kpoedll; fared. Imiaa Men nul'Vrin j Irom weaa"
tieaa. caud bj Imprudence. aerel habit, exi'ca.
ta, produciu piiupie on' the la e. ru.ti of blood tn
the head, eonlii-lou of idea, h'-arlni lie, riefecllvu
memory, lo-a o( KX'ial puwer. night l'iea, aver
aiun to aocimy, li-epi.uiaa, ner ona prnatrn
tlon, Rcneral thhllily and liiirieemiini, reml'riii(
tuarriaiie improper, aalelv cured. W guar'Mi
earn In All ( si-a wo uii(ierli.k';. no need to anifer
Ont Da, longer. Vtid'T our treatment thehody la
enabled to taka on fleah, the aprtilo la Increased
and the whole yl' m in Louri lied caualng th
brain and nerves to regain their vltjur. L'orruapun
dene eronrideniml. Full iliruclioimeut with tb
mudiuliiec, Addieii t alejve.
(A .Medlelnr, not a Drink.)
hops, m ( nr, mamiuakic,
AaUTliaPfiiKaT AM Hr.iT Mimical, Qt-AU-nat
ok au, oiuKa Urn m;.
All Dlaeaaneof Hiefltoinach, Tlnwi-la. Itlrod,
l.lver. Kidneys, and Urlimryurgana. Ner.
vuusnuaa. Weehleain a ami etiuvUllr
, 81000 IN COLD. H
Will be paid for a rase they will not rare orT,
help, or lor anything; impure or Injurioua
, found in tin in.
Aakronr druggltt for ll-p Itinera mid trv
tbein before you alvep, 'Puke no other.
jj (. C a an nbMilutnand trrlitlhlrure for
Ultinauiilieas, ur in oiiuiu, luoatcouud
Bund ro Cir'tuh.
Ad slviva InM Irr itm-ih.u.
Hag MltHl MU. ('".. lt.-jJxrt.a-r. N. V..A TiataiWOhl.
k Li. t J- 4 . Si it A. U i jnt k
AbrriliHiii Holt. 'lvim yt'ftw of nn,
I'uoouiik'rftt a wi lil-cnt. whilo wtrollmjr
tlirmj;li tin wouils in Sttriiia Townslilji,
lu'ctinTiinnii'il ly liuln tlujr. The ,ni-
nuil whs ilWcovt'ivil cnmchiiijr in tlm
fork of it t ! tiljout twnlvu feci from tlm
jrronml. UmltT tlm imjirt'ssioii tlmt it
whs an enormous bhiek wiiiiTvl, he
threw H Miek ut it, which enuseil it to
Hprinj; from it-s elevated pereh and hind
Himivly on I ho lad's breast. The. ilor
then iraii"; tit, the. cut, eaiisino; it to hit,
(jro its rri) on tlm boy and liht the do?;.
The hill furl uiiat ely earned alaresliek,
which, by the time the cat had driven
off the iif and nain tnnied to attack
him, he had recovered im-sencD of miml
enoiirh to use with vi'or. Tor the next
few minutes 1t was a trianiihtr stnip;.
rle, in which the cat fought despenitely
Willi the hoy and dotf. "''''I ut. last n
well-iiimcd 'blow from the boy's stick on
the .side of the. savage brute's head
ended ils Hlriilcs. On examination, the
eat proved to bo of a variety not rccocr-
nizcil by any who insiiecteil it as coin-
hion to'the loealitv. It measured about
thirty inches in 'lentrth. the fur be'm
black mid Kpriiikletl with white hairs,
and hud a hm, bushy tail-The 1'urt
Huron Tiiiii s. i
Fees of Doctors.
Tho feo of doctor9 is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at
prtwnt. We believe the schedule for visits
is fiJ.OO, which would ti.x a man con
fined to his bed for a year, itnu in need
of a daily visit, over $1,000 a yenr for
medical attendance nlone ! And one single
bottle of Hi p Bitters taken in time would
snve the $ 1,000 and all tho year's sickness.
Kidney diseases afflict the renter part of
the human race, and they an: constantly on
the increase, but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort
have become known, they are held
in chock nnd t-peedily cured. Let those who
have had to constantly dose spirits of nitre
and such atufi", ffivo tliisf,rreHt remedy a trial
and be cured. In tho dry form it is moft
economical, in the liquid the most cotivtu
ieut Philn. Press.
The family bibles of past generations
served as registers of family events.
15irths, illnesses, marriages, nnd deaths
were chronicled on their lly-leaves, nnd
those ponderous books fultilled an im
portant function in this incidental way.
liut they are now becoming yner;inv
replaced by more handy volumes, nnd
the family register is disappearing with
the old family bible. In the meantime,
photography has been discovered, and
lias sprung into universal use, and the
hereditarv value of what are called life
histories i.s becoming continually more
appreciated. It .seems, then, to be an
appropriate, time to advocate the estab
lishment of a new form of family regis
ter that shall contain all thee. "notices
that were formerly entered in the family
bible, and much more besides namel,
R series of photographic studies of the
feature from c bildhood upward, togeth
er with facts that shall all'ord as com
plete a life-history as is coii'i.-tent with
brevity. What is desired is something
of this sort. In each substantial fainilv
we should find a thin ouurto volume,
solidly bound. Laving feaves of stout pa
. per, on w hicb I photographs may be
mounted. Each pair of op MMt e pages
would he headed by the name of koiiio
member of the? family. A double row
of photograph would run down the side
of each page, each about half as large
again fts a postage .-tamp, the one con
taining a medallion of the full face, and
the other one of the profile. Opposite
to each of these the events of the cor
responding period would be chronicled.
Every ripening of the book would con
tain the photographs and events ol
about ten periods, live to each pHgc.und
would include from ten to twenty years
of life-history. 'vjjki.i (Jitltuniii fori
iii'jldhj. Premature Loss of the Hair
mny be entirely prevented by the use of
iurnettB Cocoaine. o other compound
possesses the peculiar properties which so
e.xnetly suit the various conditions of the
hutnau hair. It sol tens the hair when hirsh
and dry. It soothes the irntMed scalp. It
Kll'ords the lir-htxt hixtte. It prevents the
air from filling r,lf. It promotes its
h ftlthy, vigorous L'rowth. It is not irensy
nor sticky. It leaves no ilisngri t ablc ior
It kills dnmliulf.
IJurnett's Flavoring Extracts are Known
as the lu st.
Patti'a Pretty Rose-bud Stocking.
One of t)oie little episodes of the
stage which Muiietinies occur even to
the most divine of actresses of eanta
triccs happened yesterday at the St.
Charles theater to La liva, as she was
trilling out her pearl notes in "II Mar
biere." Her short Spanish dress a Hord
ed scope for the display or a pair ol
beautiful silk stockings elaborately em
broidered with delicate rosebuds and
tender leallets. She had toyed with the
notes of the middle register; playing
with them w ithout seemingly any etl'ort,
and had just hurled out a ffood'of high
Maeeuti, when slowly down slipped the
right stocking, mscbmU and all, until
it hung about her shapely instep a limp
and subdued mass, displaying an ankle
of alabaster whiteness, h r 1 j 1 not take
long for I'atti to appreciate what had
happened, and without the least exhibi
tion of any knowledge on her part ol
what had occurred, she rpiietly walked
to the side scenes, when presto! she re.
appeared, and the slocking was in place
again, and the rose-binls were onei
mil"; shining out. Sun Orlotn Tim
The 1-Ii 1 tif amber cane in the north
ern stales will not average over 10 to 12
tons per acre. A Louisiana planter re
ports of the yield of six leading planta
tions in Louisiana for the year lHV'j,
thai the number of tons of eune per acre
varied from 17 to I'M. averaging a little
over 1'.). The number of pound of
sugar made from a ton of cane varied
from HO to I J'J, averaging a little, over
10(1, The average was over L'.OOO pound
of sugar per acre, be-ides the. molasses.
In dry Egypt, the. enne averages Tl ton
per acre; in liray.il, M to an ton per
acre; In Cuba. IV) to ;i.j tllM .M.r nf.r,.;
liarlmdoes, iKI tons per here. Two ton
of sugar per Here is a conniion ,rr)due
ioii in tl. tropics. In ina.-.v rr-gioiw
the production to much uioru thttrj UiaU
THE -DAILY CAIRO BLU.KTIN:
Skin DiscftsoM Cured.
15y Dr. Frazleg's Magic Ointment. Cnrca
as if by magic, Pimples, Mack Heads or
Grubs, Ulotchea and Eruptions on.the face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Harbcr's Itch, Salt
Hheum, Tetter, Kingwonn, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate fleers and Sores, Ac
SKIN IJ1SKASF.. '
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, ()., suffered,
beyond all description from a kin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed bis eyes. The
most caretul doctorinsf failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fr
zier's Magie Ointment and was cured by a
$i?The first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovrred.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
lltMtv & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Wind Weeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Omtim iit is a
sure curt;. Price f. 00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Oeo. E. O'Hara.
Hiciiaudson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
Dr. Hunter describes a tribe In India
which has preserved an extreme primi
ti ven ess. The people are called Leaf
Wearers, because they wear the costume
of Adam and Eve before their fall: or.
more strictly speaking, I hey did so until
the English persuaded them to adopt
cloth. In IsiT the English ollieer called
together the chin, and after a speech
handed out strips of cloth for the women
to put on. They then passed in single
file to the number of one thousand nine'
hundred before him, and were marked
on the forehead with Vermillion as a
sign of their entering into civilized so
ciety. Finally they gathered the bunches
of leaves which had formed their sole
clothing into a great heap and solemnly
set fire to it. This leaf-wearing tribe
had no knowledge of the metals until
quite lately, when foreigners came
among them, and no word existed in
their native language for iron or any
other metal. l!ut their country abounds
in Hint weapons, so that the Juangs
form a remnant to our own day of the
stone age. "Their huts," writes an
ollieer who knows them best, "are among
the smallest that human beings ever de
liberately constructed as dwellings.
They measure about six by eight feet.
The head of the family and all the fe
males huddle together in this one shell,
not much larger than a dog kennel.
The boys and the young men of the
village live in one largo building apart
by themselves: and this custom of hav
ing a common abode for the whole male
youth of the hamlet is found among
many aboriginal tribes in distant parts
Never Mind the Butcher.
It was during the peninsula campaign
just before the battle of Williamsburg,
the commanding ollieer had issued an
order forbidding foraging under jicnalty
of severe punishment. A section of
artillery had been supported by the
Fif:v-.sith New York olnnteer Infant
ry in a little skirmish late in the even
ing, and, owinir ' some misunderstand
ing, the infantry and artillery were left
on picket line" till a late hour without
any rations. Jiarfcness iiaM eio.seii in.
anil a farm-yard in the vicinity offered
too great a "temptation for the hungry j
artillerymen to resist.
Soon' the fragrant aroma of roast pig
drew more than one officer to the vicini
ty "f the improvised barbecue. Among
others, was Colonel Van Wvck, the sen
ior ollieer in command, lie was asked
by one of the improvised cam) cooks if
he would partake of the menu. 'Cer
tainly," replied the colonel; and with
sharpened appetite, he at once took hold
of tho luscious mast porcine ribs. Sud
denly a stall' ollieer rode upon the scene.
Wit li an unmistakable French tvvanj-,
he said: "With iln compliment of do
general commanding. 1 wish to know
who kilt dis roast hog?"
"Tell the general cnmmanding,"roar
ed Colonel Van Wyck, strct,cliing his
tall form to its utmost altitude, "that
Colonel Van Wyck never iuouircs who
the butcher is when he .sits down to a
The stall' ollieer was the ('unite de
Paris, of (icm-rul MeClellan's staff. No
furthei inquiry was ever instituted into
the mystery of the foraging expedition,
To all who nre Buffering from the etrors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, lots of manhood, ic, I
will send a recipe that will cure you. free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a miksionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Ionian, Station D, New York
Johf.I'H Di'iiiNMHOKit, Broadway, Buf
falo, was induced l,y his brother to try
Thomas' Electric Oil, for a sprained ankle:
and with half a dozen applications he was
enu'ih-d to walk round again all right.
P. 0. Schuh, Agent. Price, 1.00
MaKK FliOM II.MtMI.KHS M ATKIlt.M.S, flit t
ad'tptt'd to the needs of failing an I fulling
hair, Parker' Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Sitnm's VlTAt.tzCT is what you need for
Constipation. Loss of Annetite. Diy.'.ine-s
and all symptoms of Dyspejinia. Price 10
ami i. cents per ootiie. rnui i. w nitii
A Couch. Cold or Nnre Throat
should be stopped, ieglect frequent I re
suits in an Incurable Liitiir iIIm-hsc or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Trot lies do
not tlinorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Astiiina. jwoncmtiB, toughs, (Jatarili, nnd
the Throt Troubles which Singer and
Public Sneake'S are subiect to. For fhirtv
; ----- - .r
year Biown's Bronchial Troches have been
reconuncniieti ny physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Ilavinu been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
we!l-n.eritcd rank aiming the few staple
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 2.1 cents
TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21, 1882
Many Mihkhaiii.i? Pkopi.k ding them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would tind a cute commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
Sl.KKW.Ks8 NliillTS miubt mist ruble by
that terrible cough. Shih.h's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 3
When your girl gives you the mitten, and
yon ft el like your heart is broke,
Don't give way to blm k despi'n, btu trtut
it as a j' ke.
Get our healtii in first class order, u bot
tle of Spring Blossom buy,
And gaily join a singing class, mid for an
other sweetheart try. '
P. G. Schuh. agent. ' Pi ice :(0 cents.
All Old Friend.
lie was itillit'tcd wilh a hum- luck mid
general dwtiiiity; he was rt eomtneieli d
Thomas' Kh'ciric Oil which cured lum at
once. This famous specific is n positive
remedy lor bodily pain.
CaTAHUU ci uf.k, lieaMi nndswt ct hr-vh
secured by Siiilob's Catarrh Beme.l;. Price
l.'.! cents Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. -I
Kidney Complaint Chip..
B Turner, lb t in stei, X. Y., writes: I
have been loroter a csr subject to serous
oisorrii r of tl;e kidin ys, ami ofren im ibh
to attt nd to liisiih s.r I uccuted mil'
Burdcck Biood Bitters and was relieved
hel'tei half s bottle was Used. I intend to
continue, a I feci confident that they wi',1
tntirelv cure me."
P. G. fvdnih. Agent. P.ice 1.()0.
ton luiiie back, side or chest, use ShilohV
ee 4 cents.
Mk. PilFFKNsTKIN, Boston, Mass., writes:
Spring Einstein Ins cured me of dysitepsiu,
i f four ( i) yeirs standing. I liav re
gained my normal appetiti , can sleep well
un J fit I like a new mm."
P. G. Schuh. Agent. Price 0 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
S ii iron's Cot'oii and Consumption Cure
is sold by usor, a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Aget't. (J
The Collier White Lead and Oil Com
pany, ftf St. Louis, Mo., are again run
ning and prepared to till orders. Their
woi ks were total!;, tJesToye i by lire May
2sth and again S-.-ptt mher gist if the past
year. To rebuild and get in slmj'C for
business at this time is a bijh conifioiin tit
to their energy and pertevciance. Collier
company brands of l'Mil and oils are known
r v.T the enlirc country. See mlvi rtist ment
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you distutlied at nigh and btt kci.
of your r.-4 hy a sick s:!iiiil MMfering ami
crying with the excruciating pai'i of cutting
teeth ( !f so, go at once nod g'.-: a l.i rtieof
Mrs. inslmv'i Sooth'eg Sv r;,p. t will
rcli..'e tie- j nor little Mill'-rei in. me. I t.'ch
depend Upon it: there is m- mis 'ic
about it. 'I iii-re is tmt a mother on e .i t.'
who has ever u. i.'d ir, whu wii! :io t( II . , 1 1
if once that It Will regi.bite the !i,..'iN
and I'r.e re-t to Hie mother, aiol ro:et k.vI
l'evt:i o th" tiii' I, opt rating like intgiC.
It is (icrli.-ctly saie to use in ail cast s, ;oi
pleasant to the t.cle, nnd is the prcscr.p
tion of one of the tibb-st and btt b i,,:ile
physicians and nurses in the I'nile d States.
Sold everevwhr te. cents a b.itt c.
Cuol r, Wnoopi.vo Con; ii and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiioh's ('ure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. . SJ
GnThiity Day's Trial.
We will stud Dr. Die's Celebrated Kl' c
tro-V'iltaii, lieiis Mid oii.er Electric Appii
anci.Soii tied fur :;) tlnys ti Jiling ineii
and oilier persons i.lliicted with Nervm;s
Deliiiity, List Vitality, etc., guanmtei ing
iec(Jy ri iiet nnd coiiilete restorati-iti of
vigor and manhood. Also tr Klieuma
tisin. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liveratid Kit!
riev dillleiiltii , Huptuie, and ninny othi r
t)i. asi-s. Blnstarted iamih!ets sent free.
Address Vol'aic Belt.Co.. M .rsbail. Mich.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequal-Mi. Color
from 2 to .1 pound. Direction in English
md German. Price 1.") cents.
Allen's Brain Food positively cutcs hen-iu-in::is',
m rvous debility, and all weakness
if I'tiieriilive ini'iitia. 1. ,1 lor .i.V All
Irnggi.s's, Send for circular to Albn's
Pharmacy, olo Fifsf Ave.. N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Our Morions Indebendeire.
What o.nn be more glorious than to be
independent, of sulleiing, caused by dys-pep.-i
t, indigchtion, constipation, fiick he id
iii h'-, or o'her disenses emanating from the
s'omach. This can be easily gained by a
timeiy use of Burdock Biood P.itters.
P. G. Schuh, Agent Price $1.00
by thla simple wnler
oWer luveiillen inuj
ttviid nil tint Inlior nnd
Injury of lr.vuii li.fr
SeWint- .Msfldlio. rvi-r
5.000 or thcae Ilni kua
liter JI'itorH, noiai lesa
nnd oriiiiiiienliti, leluni,
el to nil Hewing hn
chlni'a, nre now giving
Two tdi'N nro uiuilo for
IliiinuhoM St-wOig Mil
chines I'rlff, HI .1 mid
A'J'j.-MI. Alao liirKir
aics f-ir fitctoi'V tiei'ds
nnil for till kinds of inn
Send for ( Irtfiilur to
BACK CM WATKit MOTOIt CO., Newark, N. J
Most F.eoiioinical Power Known
FOR DKIViNG I.IliHT MACBINEIIY !
tl t ilk e hut little room.
it never got nut of repair,
it Cituiittt blow up.
It reqillrea no fuel.
It nei I tin engineer.
There I noditlny; no firing up; no iiflie in elenn
awayi no extra liinirimre to pav; no repitlr
lug tun eaaarv : tioriuil In I la to pay,
and it In alwiiyw rtfiidy for nau.
It in Vorv Cheap.
o ym HUte papor yuu iiivOns a
GIIEAT Gjjrm DESTItOVER.
Tropliylactic Fluid !
E It AJUCAT K I)
l'lcT piirilled Hhil heat
ed. fiiiiLtrt nn pro
vented and cured.
W uuud healed rnplilly.
Srurvy cured In abort
Teller tilled HP.
It Is per f c.dv humili t-.
For euro Ihroat it is a
( lllllllL! Illl. ,1,'Hl I'll. ,il
Hick room purified and
Fciurcil ami ack jn.r.
son relieved and re-
fnaned bv buttling;
I In i il ailtled to tlc
Soft white complexion
secured liy It list- In
bitl Ii! Hi;
Impure air ninile harm-
e and plintletl by
To purity the ti'eiiih,
rleann- tlm teeth, it
i uu t be aurpn.aed
Catarrh tejlevnt anil
FrH e cured .
Illirna h llt-veil illMiautly.
Ii. ni.iVt-H uli uiipleilauut
I' 1-: V Kit
l llllll'IU III' I- I M I - O .
Ship lever prnvei.led by
It 11 an,
In cusc of (lealh In the
house, it should al
ns be liaetl about
the; corp.! II will
prevt'ii any unpleas
ant Miicll.' An in. If
ibiti1 lor ani " al or s
i taiilo nila n. fillips.
UHllfeMIH lllhlvllH of
sh'k rni'ius and In. pit
it's r niovnl by lis ue
Yellow fever ersillf uli d
In fact it 'a the ureal
I)isiiiltTt;mf .'lull Purifier.
.i.i i.zKir.ix v- c:o..
Maniil'scturiiik' heniuts, S' ll.K PCorittKl oil
'FuV-rt-nl.'ii' DiHiiifio ot I .iihk, imil
I li-'tudi itiw
Tubercular cot:auiiiiuoii of the 1 n nur I- tliat
form ol ilm ill. ease nio-t common, moft futni. ami
until recent y considered incurable. Tnle-rcie,
from which the t ame la tl :rhed, I a morbid pro
dn;t. tl puspcd pom dlfeaaeil bltxxl in various
I urt ol the b'Miy; and in Proportion ur that fluid
is .mpure. and It xmh of lime It remains so, will
tubercular tpatht-ei CMitltnie,
Fall K vku, JIass , March J th, I7!i.
Juniea 1 Fillo s, Kaq
Dear Sir: Abo :t three yar a'o I w is attacked
with : ronehitls and tubercu ar deae of the left
hnii;. anil aiiir.'red for two yenr so severely that J
was uieible in attend tn hua.i ee About a year nun
1 wa a.ivisetl to trv Fellows' s.yni;i t f Uvpopli'i
phio s, and before. 1 ha' fliiished one bottle my np-p-titeitnd
renedi were i-reudy tmproved: niy
c-tuh Ijetaiin- its troiih e-otie:. my iltep a
soni.d and n fte-hinj.'. wlc h ba t not been th" ruse
for over a year. I hail nut)' re - from r ervmisiies
and d fiicull breathli.i; all die time I was sick; but
your syr.ip bna rtired it alt i Revise a'.: pi-sun
aintcteil ss I was to use Fellows' Syrup of llypo
phosnhiles. ts vmdi JAMKS II SI'EWAI.'T.
An I'l.dle-s chain of jna i lie, ts la lorm" 1 by
Fellows ('Mnjioii'id syrup of llypnphosphite. and
we are rafe in yinir, Irom long . ip-rn-nce in
iceiiicin... i virtue, aren.it possessed by any oth
er ciimbiniiti' u.
For S t!.: bv a'l )rtii;!tr
71 i' .4
H. R I V l
V nst (-1 rtf. all tfl O
l'ain Ctiitiiol Sstrtv Vif(ic
Fl t Is Us'-cl.
I'.l.ii- iea'i-iii is t or d bv
TlloMAs' FC'I.K'.TitK: Oil..
A in me buck of eit'hi yt ar standi n; w:i positive
ly cured liy .Vi cents word) of
TAO.M AS' KrM'.l TKIC OIL
'.'omn'on -ore t!,roal is cured with oh" dose of
THOMAS' ! T.h'CI i'.K' Oil,.
Ci.ueji- iii d t oli are cured by
TIIOM A.s' I-:'I,Bt TKir on..
Ail Ih'i.nt and lniii.-iiseaaes lire cured by '
Til' iM AS' r.i'I.Kt "I'KIC OIL.
A'thma Is cured by
TIPiM s' FCI.HiTlilC Oil,.
Hums and froct i.iles are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCI.hCTUIC Ol!,.
A!wa)s gives hatisfaction.
Sold by M-'dicine Dealers everywhere.
Price TiOc. and $1
F0STK15, MIL1SUKN & CO., Prop'rN.
Bullklo. N. Y.
j r l huslnesa now I eforc tlie public,
I'L'f 1 U'oii can ma se money fiiso-r at
work for us thnr. at aiivtblnK
u : Capital not nei-dert. We
will start you. li a day and
apt aids made al home bv thti
1 1 d istrh ns no n. worn a. hoys and I'irl- wni'tetl ev
cry In re to work lor ns. ow Is die t nie. Yon
cnti mit In ij.are lime only or kWc- your whop- time
to tin- business. You run live at liouie nnd do thn
wont. No otii'-r Iiiisiiii-sh wl'l pay you nearly
well. No to e can lull in make enormous puv by
i-tilfi'-U'i'K at once. Costly outfit and torms free.
..Moiiev m.i it lust, easily and Imnt'ruoly. Andreas
Trni! A t..o . A urui-l i. Maine. u-ltn.
GRAY'S SPKC1KK MKDKTXE.
TRAOe WMk. The rtreiit Kiitr-
"Jv-jjifv- I'sh renn dy. An
k'A. aAsnmlnal i;akne
sptiriuat "rrnea. tm
poteucf r..nl all
i 1 tv us a seuuunco
?' -t'-'-X Vfr ,,r taolf-lltnieie; as
, i loss of memory,
wore W6;;rKAiW TukinS
(iimuess of vision, premature old age, d many
other di"tice that lead to insanity, consumption
or a premature crave.
Itf-Fiill l articnlara In nttr pamphlet, which wo
desiim to send free bv mall to everyone, IrTfThu
Micci'lc.Meiilcliie la sold bvall drmru'lst at SI Per
pacKnire, or six packaeea for $r or will hesent free
nv tnuiiou receipt orttie monev, nv aiitiresainir.
TUK OKAY MKDICINK CO.,
ItertrAiA), N . Y .
hold In Cairo u Paul . 8cb.au.
i 'o ...i'., -V-.' ,'i oi -iiV ',:'; jt! ' a'-'J .-,.;-,
) m l
U'O Ilrfiudway, New York,
of Buy Life Insiirtince fompnuy
IN Tl IK WORLD.
II alone lstie
1 1 icon I (sti 1)1(.1 ;,oI icics,
rlipuPililiK Hull die cnul arl ol n ..nance "shall
not be di-ii'iled" niter It Is three vi aril old,
and th.it shell policies sball he
1 'aid JjMinodi;trol v.
Oil ferelpt Of Slll'sllO'll fy p'OOls ol tlfUlh.
Its policy Is clear and com !c, m (1 contain
NO AIMH'OIJS COXIHTIOXS.
N. It -Ki-'VIl Vill i: I'ld l' Ii:- lompare. thn
short atid slnii.l ' lorm nsi i! by die V t ouble wlih
the Ioiil' at. I ubsi i,r i-'ititrae" s loei "t! onMnwIlh
teihnli a! in.;- lesued by oii.er t ompiiul' s !
to ja.liry boli'er aro
N 11- See the mM.y leiteia fiore pi. 'by ' .oi!o.
i-xprss-lin tie-it I'tuinii a lou with lie- return from
their loM'I.M! .SaVI-.i.s Fl Nil I'm It IM ,
llei liiine l ilH
l"i 1 1 a i i c i a 1 tr n 1 1 1 .
Assets Scctn'cly Iiivpstcil
Surplus Securely Inve tul, neariv
:. a . i j u 1 1 XI L"i A -out,
OtTiec. cormr Pith ai d 'A us 1, In pi on.
November .'l, lssl. ni!
ML il Al. All- Mil lFn.
A stUSTlTtTK FOJt LIFE ISSUK
AVIDOWiV & 0LPJIANS'
1Mi:ti:al Aiu Socikty
OrgHiiled ,Iulv I iih. 11.77, 1 n o r the Law
the tnt.'iif Illinois. Cep'rlhtnl Jhlv
'-, L177, I ini-'-r Actol Contnak.
OKI 'lr I '.IiM:
P. O. SI'lil H
c. T, M ' id i ...
I . A. t.rd.D.s i INE..
.1. J. r.'oiiiniN
....AksMai.l f-eae lary
THOMAS. I kWIs...
JOH.S . l 1IITK.
p;x p;r fii r p; com m n i p:i:
I.. s. TIU'V S.
w r. pin ii Kit,
J. C. WHITE.
JiOAHI) fP'.MAN,(i WW:
, ,, ,j , . II"T.IG
irroccr; I'sid O. St huh, HhoieshieauU retail (lniij.
vis' ; llazeu I.i l.'littiii, . on mlsp.i ni.-n buiil ; .las.
S. Mcfiahey, lum'n-r ileal' r; J. J. (n.rdon, j'hys
icinn; J. A. 'i -ililslliie. ol tioldstine fi ICseuwali-r,
w leilesnlc anil retad dr. t'tmds. , tc; W m. K. P.tch
er, eern ral audit; Ileerv Ii. Kill-, city printer and
book hinder; C'liesley Ibiynes, l.'ooier; ,)no. (;.
Willoirn si,H,,ln ,,r t,t.,.i, . 10..1 ............1..
W hue. assistant si creinry and solicitor: Albert
I.euiu flealer i li f.n . i. ml ..iitii. V II. ..... ...... I
' , " i.i-.r, jiri-si-
dent Alexander Coimiy Itiuik; C W. Jleiielrit k.
enrttriirlor ami l.titldep, I'vma I'O, 1
,' . , , enerill
auent; I homas Lew is. secrelnry ai d allon ev at
I-.... I U 'II I . ...
miii,.ii , ii,iio,r,, oiifoni iii .i ii o in, oirer : w. r
Kussel, roiifrai lor and 'uliibr; f. T, Itmld
acetil 0. St. L. A.S. l. railniad;.Mrsea Phlllins car-
i.eiuer; II. A. i hiitnbli-v, coi.iriicli,.-, I'ulro, Ills.,
Uev. ,. r-pencer, cicreMiiun.Sl Leuls. M r .1 it
lP'thutw, circuit clerk, .Mississippi lonnlv, ( harlea
ton. Mo.:. I. II Miwiri. . ),,-. .1- I ',, ... m .....,. M.. .
I', huu.'1' t.rv. phvslilati, Arllnetoii, Ky.; J. W.
Tnrry, plivsicluii, Fulton, Kv.; Win. Kvan, farmer,
.Vturrv, l.v. ; A. hteinbach, nianiiir.ftiircr of sad
dlerv, livaiisvillo, Ind.jlke Amleraun, secretary
to superliiteniltiiit C . St. 1 A N (. railroad. Jack
on, I fnu.i J. h. ifohertson, iivm1i;Iuii, W hltu
vllle, I ' in,. ; Th'wna A. Oshorit, liurnes maker,
liollvar.Tinn : Win. I.. Walker, "DUlu Adver
tlsinn Aiteij 3," Jioliv Knrlnt's, Miss
A 1 I jR,
Wkkly Coukiki: Journal.
The Cnnrlcr-Jourtial, Henry Vat -rsoti, Kdltnr,
la by clre. da'.lon and reputation the arjomw leilacd
Ketirt-Henintlve Nuwspaper ol the Soutli, Aaaro
llable and valilalilt! newapaper, il, h is no superior
In this country or In the world. It make earnest
vlKoroii wnr on protectlvfl tiirill rol tu-rv and Mor
mon polyunniy, two evils that bllc,hl the prosperity
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world, the best t'deia;iic anil ireneial rorrepoin.
once, full turf and stock report-, n ai kttl roporta,
fashion reports, Tnlmaie'a sermon, splendid or
llflnnl serial alorlea ami noynleitns, poetry tiupart
incut for children, nnswera (ocorre- ponilenis, etc
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dross. Addr;a W. N. IIALUKMAK.
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