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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lowiof ppetitfl.Nannea.bowels costive,
PnthenBHcUwltHj dull ifiiHHtion in
Be tapYrJartTTRiii iindof tho shoulder
blade", fullness after eating, with a diain
olination to ekcirttonof body or minilj
1 rri 'ability of temperJXow. optrit a, Loss
of nfeinbryithr fueling of hnvlnft heg
i'lutterinirof the JJenrt, Dots before ths
eyes, Yellow fekinHeadiic'hii," iteatlesa.
neis at uight, highly colored Urine.
IP THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTT'8 FILLS " rii'rllly nrtiH'il to
mull cases, one dose c heels such mining;,,
of folding tu 4'tonlsh I lin n Hi re r.
They Inn-mas- II-. A M'III-, mid cause the
body ti ThUp oil f"a-li. tlnm (he system la
noiirtntivil.Hiiil livt .1 di Toiili-Acliomui I ha
IHifvalivt-Oi-itHiia. Hi'irulnr fclMil art- pro
(In. yd. price cent. :t5 Murray M.. S. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ohav llAiKorWinsKKas changed to n nwniiiv
Iii.aiK by a ill Huh' Hpplliitllim of Uils I'vk. It
Imparts h natural rnlur, ac.s iiistanuuipoiialy.
Sold tYj)riif!uiiU.r m'lit hy i-rfpri'ss mi oiv iit of $1.
Office, 35 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TIU1 M A I. ir Vnhinlil,. Inriiriti.Mun mil k
larul KwrluU lll Iw si.lbsl HUH lylkll.m. J
IN FLA mm annuo
Ktitulns, niirns, hcnlils, Iirulsp.., Sore-ue-M.
Itliptiiiinllsm, HoIIn, I Iceri, Old
Mires, Tool liar hp, IIpiuIhcIip, core
TUront, Aathiiia, lloiirwiiis,
Ar., &r., Ac.
JTSm I. rTLTON', I). I)., Brooklyn. N. Y.
"I'roving itself to boa necessity in oiirliunio "
P. A. WKSTDRVKIT, M. I., Nashville.. Tnnn.s
" Have used large qtlautitlea of l'O.NO'a EXTUACT
In my practice."
Mm. S. II. Mcf OBD, Matron, ITomo of Destitute
Children. "We And it most idllcacioua and uo
ful." C'ailtJon.-rOND'S F.STUACT is ol4 on'y in
botiloa with tho numo tilown in the. glass.
fir It la unsafe to uso other articles with our
direction!, insist on having l'OKD'3 EXTltACT.
llefuso all imitations anil auiistitutos,
SPECIAL TOEPAnATlONB OF TOWS EX.
TilACT comiuni:i with tin? l'CUKST
AND MOST 1KLIPATR I'KlllX'JlIid
tvli LADIliS' BOCDOIH.
.fillc. $1.1)0 and CI.?.'.
Toilet Cream 1.00
M11 Salva 25
Catarrh Cure ,.'i
Inhaler (Olam 60c.) 1.(10
asal Nyrinvc l!5
Medicated J'aper... i!5
OMora amounting to $3 worth, aunt express froo
on roceipt of mouoy or V. O. onliT.
tirOvH Ni;w I'ami'Iii.rt with IIiktotit or orn
Jliti'AiiATioNs. Sent I'UKE on ai-i'Ijcation to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., No-w York,
l a prppsrntlon of l'roloxldo of Iron, Pi-ruvlan
Hark anil tlio I'lumplmlrH, hsxh-IjiIimI villi the
VvpTflalila Arinnallra. KinlorMil liy the Mcllcal
I'rofwulon, ami ivi'imimi'iiilnl liy IIiimii fur !.
prpalu. Uriwrnl Ochllllr. ti'innlr !
rr, Mnnl uf Vlliilll.,, Arriiiu. I'roa
Irallon, 4 outnlcarriM'f from Irvrrs
mil 4 hronlr 4 IiIIIk niil IVior. Jtacrvv
every iur)oe where a Tunic la heceatiary.
Kaniiitturej by The Dr. Hartcr Mcilicine Co, SL Louis.
Th following Is one of I lie very many testimo
nials we arc recelvliiK dully:
eirtrmn.--Nomptliri' iiiontln aro I hprnn the
Dae of 1 It. II ahtkh'H 1 ltN Tiink;, imiuii Hie aiU
Vlrpof iiiany ft'lt'iHlswlin km w Its virtues. 1 oil
ulfi'iiiifr froni B-i'iii'ml ili'hilliy tn sui li an extent
that my hihnr wusexi'i'dlluly liiirileusume to me.
A vai ntloii uf a umntli iliil nut ylve ma nitK li ra
lief, hut on the conlniry, was lullnwod ly ln
cn asi il proiitriithin ami Milking ehllls. At thll
in nc 1 lji':ui iheum of ynui I kon TuNK', friuu
trhlrh I ri aliri'il aliiiist linineiHiite ami wuinli'i'liil
nuills. Tlieolil I'Ni'ivy returned ami I fuuinl that
my naliinil tun e waa imt permanently abated. 1
have used three bottles of (be T11NH', Hlnee uslnn
111 have dime twlcu the labor Unit I everdbl In Ilia
same llmeiliirlnu my HIiicm, ami with ilmiblti tho
ae, Ith Hie tramiull nerve and vUruroriindy,
lias coma uliii a rli arnesa of ihuuiiht never before
mjnyeil. If thuTiiMi; bus iml iliuiu Uiu wurk,l
knuw nut Khut. 1 tlve It Hie eredlt.
Troy, 0., Jan. 1. 1878. ' I'listor Clirls'llan fhurch.
Sale by Druggists and General Doalori Everywhere
201 So. Chirk SI. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latest ami mot srleiitlllc lns'lliillon In the
United Mates, lor lbe( ure ol I'lirntili' nnd I'rlVHle
diseases, (loiinrrliiea. (ileet ol liiliK sliindlnit. StrlC
ture. Orchlils, Kiipiuri'. diseiises of the skin ami
bones, mercurial sure llinuit etc. salely and pi lvalo
lyirenl. il. M'i.HM ntlKltlllKA, Si nial lieblllty
Klicnlllyrur.il. luiuu Men siill' iln Iroin wesk
lie.a. caused lij linpi inii nee. secret habits, excess,
es. pioUucluK I'l 11 1 p K-e mi the in,,., rush ol I1I0111I to
the liead, eoiil'ii'iiiii uf LIimk. in silm lie, ilefiictlvii
luemury, losa o sexual puwer, nltlit jnsses, avur
a. nit m sur.iely, alic.k'ina, iieruilis prostri
linn, nenerul lieblllty and imllursilmi, relidi rlti
tnairiaL'ii imiiniier, siili lv cured. iiuar.inlit
fares la All t 'am we tinili'iliiki', rn neniV to sutler
Una list liin.'er. I" tuli-r our tresluieiit tlin hotly Is
eiishleii to take on llesli, llie aiellle la Ini iuiisi'd
and tlie whulu syrinu Is inun i-lieil caiisliiif the
btalii ami nei ves 10 rei'iln their vk'nr, (.'orrespon
oetic ecotillileiiiliil. I'llll iliruvtluni suut With lb
niadiuiiiee, Addiesi as ahyve,
wywwgjsn HI. .BMH,
(A Medicine, net n Ilriuk.)
lKII'H, III ( III', MAMIUAKT,
A Mil TIIS TfRSsT AKIi llFT VstilPAtyfAU'
'l ias or all uiuaa In 11 tn..
All Dlsrasesof llii-Blomni-li, Jtnwi'ls, tllimd,
Liver. Kliliii'ys.aiiil I'rinary (liirana N'T
Vuusuess, Klei'iilessnessanil enpselally
8I00O IN COLD.
Will ha nnlil for a esse thev will a, enrnTTNl
help, or fur aiiythltia Iminnii ur lujiirious
luunU lu lie 111.
Ask your driigitlst for ll"ii ttttlers and try
IIiliu bufora )uu sleep. Take 11 u oilier.
J) 1. r. Is an absoliitsandlrri'SlMliiiepiirnfiir
Diuokaiiuesa, use of owiim, tubaucg ami
Mi BlKI) ru Clurfl.AX, MBI
All sum 111M ly iImiwum.
Hop HllU-H !'. Il-'hl"'. N. ., T.mil.,f)nU
U INPLAMM ATinu oWl n
TIIK DAILY UA1K0 HULLKTIN: Fill DAY
Tlffi DAITiY mLETIN.
H u b a e r 1 p 1 1 o n Kntuai
Dailf (delivered by carriers) iter week $ 25
Daily (delivered by carrel, ue year 0
Hy mall (in advance; one year u u
s'Tni.iiii h. 6 00
Three montlia... iW
)ne month 1 "
B nail (In advance; ne yenr $ 4 00
Mil montlia I D
fine months .... M
toclubsof Ave andovr(per copy) I Ml
I'ostaL'e In all caaea prepaid.
A it v h r 1 1 s 1 11 k KhIdhi
Flri-t tnsertloii, per anuare $ I 00
Hiilmequent iiisc.rtliiijs, per square AO
irnr one week, per siiuaro J u
K iii'TuI not ice I 'HI
Onitnarios and resolutions passed hy ..lette.
teneenls per line.
I)"Hlh and mnrrlaees free
Pint Insertion, per suiia. f 1 5i
8 ihseqiienl liisnrtlons I i)0
Wight lines 01 solid nonpareil constitute a srtiare
l)isplneil ailvertlseineiit will be charged accord-
ID I to the space oeeiipled, at above ratea-there be
In.' twelve lines of Solid type to the Incn.
1 0 r 'uiHar ailverllaers we oiler superior induco
m 11 Vii'thasto rates of charges and manner ol
I ' lnvlii2 their favors,
I h 1 paper may be found on me at Heo. v. Kowali
t ( r. s Newspaper Advertising Htfreau, (10 Hprucr
1 tn 1 , whei c an orttMlni! contracts may be made
( r It in New Yoi i.
t iimmiiniral lons upon subjects of general interesi
tn the public are at all times acceptable. R"ected
m iiiuscrtpis will not ne letitrneu.
Letters and e.omm nicatlons shoiiia ne addressee
IS. A. lliirnelt. Cairo, Illinois.
It wns in tin? cars. Two hulios woro
sitting ttii'tlicr. busily enuiri'il in udn
vcrsalioii. On t lit scut facine; them sat
a liltld .r)-vcar-(ilil hoy. lit) had linen
lodkiti"; out uf tho. whitlow, apparer'tly
iiIisoi'ImmI in ooiitotiiplalion of 1 1 it niov
ino; panoramaof tlio outside world. SuJ
donly lie turned from the window; he
boan Hoarohino; about the car, oxclaim
iii; in a liili, Jipin voice: "Mamma,
which man is it that looks so funny ?"'
Sh!" cautioned Ids mother. Hut tho
boy was not to be hushed. "I don't si'o
the man with the bald head, mamma,
and the funny red nose." The 'sh' was re
peated. Hy this time the car was in a tit
ter, save and except inr one elderly gen
tleman with a very bald head anil very
roil nose. His eyes were riveted upon
his paper with a lixedness that was quite
frightful. Arjain the boy, "Oh! now I
see him! llo! what a bright nose! What
makes it so red, mamma?'' "(ieorgic!"
shouted his mother in a stage whisper.
Hut George was not to be stopped.
"Mamma," he continued, 'what made
you say ho had a lighthouse on his face?
I don't see no lighthouse." Again
"Georgie!" ami this time with n slight
shako. Onco more the piping voice, the
bald-headed passenger gazing at the
paper more fiercely than ever, and grow
ing redder every moment. "Mamma,
1 don't think ids head looks like the
State-House dome. It's shiny like, but
it isn't soyallcr." While the titter went
round again, George's mother whisper
ed rapidly to the boy, and gave her
hopeful a box on each ear, which seem
ed to partially divert his attention from
the baldheailed passenger, but not en
tirely. Ho cried once more through his
tears, ''You said his nose was as red as
iv beet, mamma; I didn't say nothing."
Strange to say, the bald-headed passen
ger didn't take part in the suppressed
laughter that followed, but bo put on
his hat and hid his nose in his paper,
over which he glared at the boy as
though ho wanted to eat him. Ami yet,
wherein was the boy to blame?
Science in modern times lias utilized
some terrible agencies. Hut with theso
new discoveries come now risks. Tho
multiplied uses of electricity are a strik
ing example of this. With its trains
laid so near human life, fresh inventions
of self-protection aro called for. Only
the other day we read of a houso set on
lire by tho over-heated wires of an elec
tric apparatus. The insulating substation
had partially worn oil tho wires. Kocent
l'aris journals mention an exciting inci
dent connected with tho handling of a
powerful apparatus for producing Uio
electric light, at the Klectric Exhibition:
A gentleman was nearly killed by a
llrush dynamo-electric machine, l'art
of the conducting wire was not insulated
and was lying on the Moor. He touched
the stand of a lamp which formed part
of tho conducting system. His body
then formed a connection through the
ground to the naked wire, and tho cur
rent of electricity passing through him
contracted his muscles so as to cause
liis hands to clinch the lamp.
Ten lamps woro in circuit at the time,
and so much of tho current, was passed
through him that eight of them were
extinguished, He was powerless to un
clasp his hand. Hverv muscle in his
body was paralyzed, ilis face was dis
torted; his lungs were so acted upon
that ho could scarcely breathe. lie
could only utter a faint and unnatural
Tho workmen in the place lied from
the workshop, believing that some ex
plosion was about t happen. A friend
came u and tried to unlock his hand.
It was impossible.
He then lifted his legs from the ground.
This broke the circuit and his hands
were released, while burning sparks Hew
to his hands in tho action of breaking
Ho was insensible, but has since recov
ered, and has devised an improvement
on tho lamp which will prevent n recur
rence of such an accident,
Liverpool lias a ship stationed In her
harbor whoso mission it is to reform
the young vagabonds that grow up in
that'eily, Manchester and oilier northern
towns. During the, past year two men
who were reformed and educated on
board this vessel were appointed to com
mand largo merchant ships, and ucven
woro inado chief olllccrs.
From n circular just Issued by tho
secretary of the Miners' National union
it appears that III, M Ml persons have been
killed in various ways during tho past
thirty-one years in JMiglisii mines. "Our
inodcrui.cd uiodo of winking mines,"
writes tho secretary, "is rendering
catastrophes of this kind of iv liugo
magnitude, Something needs to no
done, and if it bo done it must bo by
legislative ennctincnts. To do this thero
must bo mi active trade organization,
necking nml Irylng to enforce uueessary
changes in tlnlaw."
Thero nro persons who do not know
how to waste thelrlimo alone, and houeii
bucjinu tho suonrgu of busy peopio.
How a Good Husband and Blessed Little
Wife Enjoyed Themselves.
'Do you know, my dear," she sud
denly said as sho looked up from her
piece-work "do you know that next
weok will bo tho twentieth anniversary
of our weddingP"
"Is that so? By George, how time
flies! Why, I had no idea of it."
"Yes, wo have been married nearly
twenty long years," she continued with
something of a sigh. "You have been
a good husband to nie, darling."
"And you have been a blessed little
wife to mo, Susan. Como hero till I
kiss you. Thero!"
"I was thinking to-day I was think
ing of of "
"Of that sickly-faced Brace who used
to go home with you from prayer-meeting
before I knew you?" ho interrupted.
"Why, George, ho wasn't such a bad
"Wasn't eh? Well, I'd liko to know
of a worse one. Ho didn'tknow enough
to chew putty, and there Jou woro as
good as engaged to him."
"Yes, George, but you know you were
keeping company at tho same time with
that Helen Perkins."
"That Helen Perkins? Wasn't Miss
Perkins ono of tho loveliest young
"No she wasn't! Sho had teeth liko
a horse. Why, Georgo, sho was tho
laughing stock of the town."
"No sho wasn't! Sho was a young
latly who would have inado a model
"Then why didn't you marry her and
all her moles anil warts and mushroom
"Don't talk that way to me! Her eyes
were as nice as yours!'
"They was! I believe you are sorry
because you didn't marry Brace!"
"And I know you are sorry because
you didn't marry that beautiful and
accomplished Miss Perkins!"
"I am, eh? I thought you said I had
been a good husband to you?"
"Andditlu't you call mo your blessed
Then he plumped down and began to
reatl the mortgage sales anil advertise
ments in tho paper, and she picked up
her sewing and gate tho eat a gPiitlo
kick. These old things will come up
now and then, and somehow neither
sido ever gets entirely over them.
To Iiefmli a Sick Person.
Add about twenty drops of Dm b) s Pro
phylactic Fluid tea quart of water, in Imth
ing. It will give the skin a soft, plcasunt
and refreshing feeling and dispel the odor
that fever and perspiration leaves on the
body. A small qusntity of the Fluid
sprinkled over anything, place or vessel
where there is putrescence destroys at once
the germ of all animal or vegetable poison.
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at
present. We believe the schedule fur visits
is 3.00, which would tax a man con
fined to his bed for a year, and in need
of a daily visit, over 1,000 a year for
medical attendance alone! And one single
bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time would
save the 1,000 and all the year's sickness.
Kidney diseases atlliet the renter part of
the human r.tee, and they are constantly on
the increase, but where the virtues of Kid
ney-Wort have become known, ihcv are held
in check ami speedily cured. Let those who
have had to constantly dose spirits of nitre
and such stulf, give tliisereat remedy a trial
and be cured. In the dry firm it is most
economical, in the liquid the most conven
ient. l'hila. Press.
A Cross Baby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's re
maining a bachelor ns stopping for one
niobt nt the house of r married friend nnd
beiti!,' kept awake fur live or six hours by
the crying of a cress bnl y. All crocs and
crying hahic need only Hop Bitters to
niiike them well and smiling. oiuig man,
How to Get Well.
Thousands of persons are constantly trmib.
led with a combination of diseases. Dis
eased kidneys and costive bowels are their
tormentors. 1 hey should know that Kid
ney- ort acts on these organs at the same
time, causing them to throw olf the poisons
t'uit Imve clogged theni.itnd so renewing the
whole man. Hundreds testily to this. -Pittsburgh
Premature Loss of (lie Hair
may be entirely prevented by the use of
Burnett's Coconino. No other compound
possesses the peculiar properties which so
exactly suit tho various conditions ot the
human hair. It softens the hair when harsh
ami dry. It soothes the irritated scalp. It
affords the richest lustre. It prevents the
hair from fulling oil'. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not greasy
nor sticky. It leaves no disagreeable odor
It killi datulruir.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known
us the best.
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Frazics's Magic Ointment. Cures
us if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the fact.',
leaving tho tslun clear, healthy nnd In auti
Int. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Hlictim, Tetter, Bingworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Soru Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, ki
F. Drake, Esq,, Cleveland, ()., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and neatly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most rarclul doctoring 'failed to help him,
iind alter all had failed he used Dr. Frn-
zier's Magic Ointnienl and was cured by a
-tj"Tln! first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Bent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Hknhv & Co., Sole Prnpr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure rare. Price 1 .00, by mail. For sale
' For salu by Geo. K. O' liars.
HirilAiiimoN Ai Co., Wholesale Agts.
Many Mihkhahlr Pkojm.k drag them
Ives about with failing strength, feeling
that they n"e steadily sinking into their
graves wheu, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cine commencing
with tlie first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming buck to them. See other
That hnekini; couiih can bo so ouieklv
cured by Shiloh's Guru. We guarantee it
Paul U. Sciiun, Agent. i
O. Bortle, Manchester, N. V., was
troubled will) astlitna for eleven years. Had
been obliged to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found inum.
finite relit f from Thomas' Kclectrio Oil,
and i now entirely cured.
The Loudon Lancet.
n't... i.r l r ,...ii ......... it f ...... ..
I lie JiHlill Ij'IIIC.ih s-is. .'nny u
life lias been saved by the moral courage of
the suH'ercr" nnd many a life has been saved
liy taking Spring liiossnm in case oi oni
ons fever, indigestion or liver complaints.'"
P. (1. Schuli. Agent. Price oU cents,
i l..... l.... 1 a ...
U llll HUM M S 111 lu:i!IS,
Thomas' Eclectric Oil has obtained
great popularity, from its intrinsic value as
a reliable medicine, in curing hoarseness,
and all irritations of the throat, disease of
the chest, etc. Fur these it is an inco,n
Will von kitkkh with Dyspepsia nnd
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure ymi, Paul O. Schuli,
Edwin Ci.av, M. I)., ot Nova Scotia,
writes: I know of no better medicine for
poisons suffering from exhaustion of the
powers of i he Brain and neivous system,
trom long continued study, or the cough
following Typhoid Fever. &c , than Fel
lows' Syrup of Ih pophosphities.
Sl.KKFLESS NKiHTS made miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul O. Schuli, Agent. !i
The Collier White Lead and Oil Com
pany, of St. Louis, Mo., are agaiu run
ning and prepared to fill orders. Their
woi ks wi re totally destroyed by tiro .May
28 tli and again September 2lst of the past
year. To rebuild and get in shape for
business at this 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.
Cataukii truKP, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
2") cents Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuli, Agent. 4
A Cough. Coltl or Sore Throat
should be stopped, neglect frcqucntl re
sults in an 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 are 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 constat)' use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among th'i few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents n
Ion lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents, Paul O
Schuli, Agent. 5
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will seiiil Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klcc
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for !i0 days to young men
and other persons n (Dieted with Nervous
Debility, Lust Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relict und complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for ltbenina
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Bupinre, and many other
diseases. IlhistHited pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Beli.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Siiii.oii's C'ouou and Consumption Cure
is sold by ns on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul O. Schuh. Agent. (i
Goto Pmil G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds, Directions in English
ind German. Price 15 cents.
Siiii.oii's Vir.M.izKit is what you need for
Con itination, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh.
Allen's lirain Pood positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for 5. AI;
druggists. Send for .circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 111 5 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Citm i', Wiiooi'iNo Couoii and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Vnn:
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
ny this simple water
power 1 ii in 1 1 hi may
avoid nil the labor mid
Injury of dr.ving her
Hcwliiir Machine, Over
S.OIIO of Ihese IliiektiS
Wilier Mntnrs, milxelcH
nnd ii i ii ii i -1 1 1 n I . adapt
ed to nil Hewlmi Ala.
chines, nre now kM"K
Two sizes am Itiaile for
lloiiKcliolil Newlmr Mn
Plilnes. Price, ft I ,"i mid
fl'Z'i.10. Also lamer
sles fur fiielorv needs
nnd fur nil kinds of ma
Hend for circular to
HACKiIH WATKIl JIOTOIt CO., Newark, N. J
Tills Is the
Most Fcoiiniiiiciil Power Known
FDR DRIVING LltillT MACIUNKKY I
It lakes hut Utile room.
11 never Kels nut of repair.
It viintiul hum up.
It requires 111) fuel.
It net Is no nimiiieur.
There Is no dcley : no llrlnu up no ashes lo eleiih
away) mi extra insurance lo pavi no repair
Inn hcccHsaiv; no coul bills In pay,
and il h always ready for use,
It is Vcrv Chonp.
o $'HS i. NUU' pit per vjii bjaMii ad
GREAT Gerx DESTROY Ell.
Prophylactic Fluid !
14 U A DIP AT K I)
Hick mums purl tied and
in nile pleasant
Tiers pu rifled and heal
ed, (laniireiie pre
vented und cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured In short
Teller ill led IIP.
It Is perf c ly harmless.
Fur core throat II Is a
Fevered and sick per
sons relieved and re
fresned hv hathlnu
Until added to the
Soft white complexions
secured by its Use ill
Impure air made liiirut-
Ichb and purified by
To purify the b'catli,
cleanse the leclb, it
ran' I he surpassed
Catarrh relieved and
Krysii'clas cured .
Ilu'riis relieved liialintly.
Hears prevented .
Removes all tinpletisiint
t boleta ill' npi mn.
Sihip I' Ver prevented hy
tls use. ,
In cases of ileal h In the
house, It should al
ways lie used uhoul
the cnrpKi il will
preveil any linpless
nut smell. An anti
dote loranl al orveu
etahle poisons, clings,
OilllU'eroUS elllnvlils of
sick ne ms sod hospit
als r moved by Its n
Yellow lever eradicated.
In fact it Is the ureal
Disinft'ctiuit and PurilitT.
I'ltKrAltKII II V
.T.II.ZKIIV1N r CO..
Maiiiifaetiirlnii Chemists, Snl.K I'ltol'KI KTllllS
TuVM-rt'iilar "Dim nee ot i.untcH niul
Tubercular consumption uf the lungs is that
form of the disease nio-t common, most fatal, and
until recent y considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which llie i ame is derived, Is a morbid pro
dm t. tl posl'ed fiom diseased blood lu various
( arts of the body ; and in proportion as that Itiml
Is impure, and leiiiili of lime It remains so, w ill
tubercular diathesis o ntinue.
Fall It vmt, Mass , March tfnh, IsT'.l
James I Fellows, F.sq
Hear .Sir: About three years ano I was attacked
with ' roiiillltis nnd tubercii ar il. sense of ihu li ft
l.inir, and sintered for two years so severely that I
was Unable to attend lo business About a year ue;o
I was advised to trv Fellows' syrup ' f Ihpophos
phites, and before 1 bii' flnisln d one bottle my ap
petite and siren lit h were pn-ally improved; my
c iiit'li became less troiib esiime. my sleep was
sound and n frvshint;. witn h bad not been the case
for over a year. I had sullereu from i ervuusness
and difficult breadline all the lime I was sick; but
your syrup bus cured It all I advice all persons
afflicted ss I was lo use Fellows' Syrup of lly po
phosphites. (S'Kiied) JAMF.S II. SI'EVVAKT.
An ei.dless clialn of ij.'ioil elh'cls i formed by
Fellows' Com pound Syiup of llypophusphltes, aud
we are safe lu sayliiu', from a Ioiik experience III
medicine, Its virtues are not possessed by any oth
er c o in h I n u 1 1 n .
For Sale by a'l Druggists
If you suffer from dyspepsia, use
HrWMK'K 11I.OOI) HITTF.K-i.
If you are nmleted Willi bllUmstieHS. use
lll'llli K'K H .HOD lltTI'KItS,
If you are prostrated with cli k ln-mho .e. take
nnoocK pi. don nriTr.iis
l( your bowels aie disordered regulate ili"in with
M'KUicK lll.uol) III TTKHS.
If your tilniid Is imntire, purify It w Ith
iintixK'K iii.ooi) r.rr tk its
II you have indigestion, you will find an antidote oi
HUiOoCK Ill.lilM) lll'l TF.IIS.
II you are troubled with spring rumplii.iits, eradl
Iciile them with lU ltHOC'K III.OOI) IIITTKHS.
II your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy net ion
with IlUltlloi K III.OOI) IHTTF.IfS,
If your liver Is iillVtied von will find a shure restor
ative in lti unoi K ni.oo i iii mens,
If you liave any spetii s of humor ur pimple, fall
not to take III' H DOCK Ml.OtiH IHTI'F.ltS.
If you have any slmpli iiis of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found ill
I'iI'IIDih K 111,001) ItlTTKKS,
Fur Imparting strength nml vitality to the system,
nothing can eiiial Ht'ltDoCK HI.OOI) lllTTKKS.
For Nervous anil tletieral Debility, ttino up tho
ystem with lll'HIlOCK III.OOI) lilTTF.US
l'M('K$l I'KIt IIOTTI.IC; TlllM. HOTTI.KS, Uli TH,
F0STF.lt, MILBl'RN CO., l'rob'is.
Bl'FFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAI L (j. Hl'UUII. 0i)
- -v - f I ihtislness now before Die public
II Ij'V"' I i Von can make money faster al
I Ilil I work fur iislhnr al aiivlnlng
I I 1 Ik 1 I v"11 Capilsl not iiiii'tl.id, We
m.s m Ary m W,lll..yu. i day and
upwards made a I home by the
Il dttslrlous men. women, buys and girl waiicd ev
erywhere tn work for us, oiw Is the t'.inii. You
can work In sp.nu tliiietiiilyurglveyoiirwiiol'itlme
to tin) business, You can live at homo and do llie
work No other business wi'l pay you nearly as
well. No in o. can full lo make enormous pay by
engaging al once, Cosily outfit nnd terms free.
Money tun In I'iimI, ensllv and liotmrauly, Andreas
True A Co.. Angii-tii, Maine, ii-S0,
(BAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
The (Ivent Kng
sli remedy, An
iiiilalllug cure for
spermatorrhea, I in
polciic.v r. .nl nil
dlsmi'cs tlial 1'iilow
us a seiiieuco
Iiim of momorv. Vfv-VrLfc
DU1U10 J.ttlUUll""iversniiiissi!iiuu p.,, T,,V-
6pnln .n Uio back,'11' lilting,
dimness of vision, proiiiiiture old ago, d many
oilier diseases thai lend to insatiltv, consumption
ur a prenintiiiH crave.
tV-Cull arllcilars In our pamphlet, which we
desiae to send free bv mull to I'vurvime, IfThe
.Specific Medicine Is sold hv all druggists m ft tier
liaiKiige, orslx package Tor K, or will ha sent Ires
hv mull on ruuiiipt of the money, hv ndrtresslng.
TIIK OKAY MKDI01NF. CO.,
llur-AW, N. Y.
Hold In Cairo bv Paul . Bchtih.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
in Tin-: world.
It lllolie Issues
I lioont estibln .Policies,
lipnli ting thill the cola act ot liisuiaece shail
l ot lie ilisieiled" alter il is tliree leuis old,
and I hat such polities .half h.i
J 'aid Immediatel v,
on receipt of sulisfiii'l, fy iroofsi, dentil.
its policy i clear hi i! cuinise, nnd contains
NO AlinrOLS CONDITION'S.
N. II - liFAD VOI'll I'OI K IK. t ompare ihi
churl und simple birm Used liv ih,. K'iiitahle wl'li
the lung and obscur- i'oiiIihi''s j.-ailed down will)
teclitiicalllles Issued by miicr i uinpain s!
lis CASH RKTCIINS
to pulli'v buli'en are
N. ll.- Sie the im.nv .,.;s fruie pulley l.i !i . i.
exprs-linr their goitilli a'lon wtih the reiiirn. Iron
tin ir 1 uniish SAvisii" Fc Ki i'oi.ii'irs
1 t.'C-ilVIM fiCitd
Iinaucial h?irc:'iio;i !i.
Assets Securely Investt il
Surplus Securely Inve fed, nearly
K. A.liUJlNFl 'l'.Acnt.
Ofllce. comer l.'lh and W,,hli.gii n.
Noveinlier i, lssl. in:hlw
MI'ltAl Alii M t 1IIV,
a sFBsirn'TE kdi: like insi h-
ANCK CIS! FAMES.
.WIDOWS' k ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid ociktv.
Orgnnletl Julv I ltd, 1KT7, I mler the I.uws n
the Mute nl'Illlnois. i i righted .Itilv
it, l!t"7, linler Act u CongriNs.
P. (1. SC'IICII lies d.i.l
1 ' hi Id) V ice 'resident
. . A. OOl.li.HTINK Trem-nrer
' J OOl;i,N .Vedicnl Adviser
TMOMAc I.I. WIS s,.,r, tr-
.lollN C. IIITK Asclslai.t Secretary
KX !!( C"i l V K COM MIT'I i :i'
II. I.KIOHTON, L. is. TIIOM s.
J. C. Will I K, W. F. I'lK lIKIt.
J. H Al, OAIIKY.
IIOAlil) ( ) MANAd Kits:
Williniii Slrntton, urstralluii , l,rd. whr lesale
grocers; i'nlil li. .Sehlili, huiecale and riiall illlin
uil; lla.en I. igliton, eon luissiop tneirhiiA.t; .Ins.
S. .Mi'linlicy, lumber dealer; J. J. (iiuilun, phvs
Iclati; J. A. (ioldslltie. iiK.ulilstlne I; cenwal'er,
wholesale anil retail dri gooils. le: Wm.F, I' Idl
er, general agent; llot.rv It. Kills, city printer aLii
bunk bliider; l'heley llaynes, Cooper; .Inn. (;.
Willie, nssistnnt secretary and solleilur: Albert
Lewis, dealer in four and 'grain ; F. Hints, presl
dent Alexander Coeniv Hunk ; t;. w. Ilendricks,
conliactor and biiildei; Cinm cinse, geiiernl
lgeiit ; Thomas Lewis, secretary nml mtiirrev in
law ; r, t nuiiias. iiroimi iiiiiiiiiIiu luur; , j,'
Uussel, roiitrai'tor und i ullib r; c. T, lotibi
agent C. St, L. AN. O. raliiioad;l si s l'lilllips.car
peim r; II . A. Chumblev. coiiiiaclo;, t alio in.
l(ev. ,1. Spct.cer, c.etgviiiun.M l.elils, Mo. ; , j
llclliillie, clicilll clerk, .Mississippi coiinly, Charles
tun, Mo. ;. I. II .Moore , law ver, Coiiitnnrre, Mo."
II. Singnii.rv, phvslclnti, Arllnglun, ;y j ,). y
Tsrry, phvslclnii, Fulioii, Kv.; Win. IIm'ui, fanner,
Murrv, Uv.;A. Meliihin h, inniiieiutiircr of sad
dlerv. Kvalicvlile, I nil ; Ike A iidersoii, secretary
to suiieiliitendeiil C. Kt, I,. N o, mi roiul, .In k.
son. Teiin.; J, H, Hoherlson, phvslcinii, While
ville. I'eiin. ; 'liinnias A. Oshoin, luirtii ss maker
llollvar.Telin j Win. I,. Walker, "llx Adver
tlslng Agi n 3 ," llollv Snrlni's, Miss
CI IK A I'
U'eei.y GVuuieu Jolll! NAT..
lie ourlei'-Joiiriial, Henry Wnlcrmn, Fit I tor,
I" by p.irit i lu ion and rcntituliiin the m kiinwletlged
epreseiiintiv,) Newspaper ol'tbc Niitiih. As a re.
""'V v newspaper. It lias i,o supeilnr
la tills rimnlry or In the world. Il makes . nrnest
vigorous war on protective turllV mbberv niul Mor
mon polyeamy, toevlls thai blight, the prosperity
nml mora lly til the tiu,'( Htal,s, II. Is able,
iMght and newsy, rontmiis the stronge-t edllorln's,
the inosl coiiiplelii suiiiiiiaiy of Die 'news i f Ihu
world, the best telegtaplc ami general corres pond.
eiice, full turf and slock reports, litirkel reports,
raslilon reports, Taliniige's sermons, splendid or
iginal serial stories nnd novelettes, poetrv depart,
incut for children, answers tocorro poiulunis, etc,
el o. tins word, every Ih ngto make It n tlellitbt to
the lain ly circle, and Itivaliinble to ihe ninn uf hn.
loess, tli farmer, the tui'chaiilc, and Dm laborer.
Specimen copies and full diisci Ipllvo premium
ebciilnra will be sent free of C urge in m,y one on
iippllcalloti, riiibrrlption terms, nuslngu fntu,
ant for Dally, till; Htitulav, H; Weekly, ti.Ml,
Any one lending four ymrly subscribers and six
dollars, will he entitled to an extra copy of llio
W eekly I'liiiiier-Jonrnul oee year, fttip to any ad
drass. Address W. K. 1 1 A 1. 1 K VI A N ,
IWdent Conrler-Jeurnal Co., Loulivllle, Ky.