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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN. AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiomof rpptlta,Niwea,bowelg eoative,
PaTn in twIIoRaiwitlift 31?' aensationln
ftioTJacV partT'ain under the shoulder,
blade, fulfneK aftereatlnR, with a dinn
nation Yoexortipnof body or min
Irritability of tamper. Low pi nt sJLonS
6fmemoryjwUh a footing of having nog;
footed gomedTit2rweariueB8', DizBimW,
luttarinjjrof theTTeart, Dots before tha
EesaaTEfghiErhighly colored Urine.
tF THESE W AE51NGS A EE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TU1T8 PILLS are especially adapt ed to
uclicases.one close eD'crt .ncliHclmligu
of feeling an ti a'tonisli tlm auttVrrr.
They Inprrm in. A pim'I lie, mill cause Ilia
bixly lo lakp on r'(li. Hum (he system Is
noutisneil.and livtiO'lrTonta A1iMaoli tha
OlkTfwllvrOrirana. lU-arulnr fcloola are pro
ilu, (!. I'rlee 'Si renin. 'M Wwrrwy St., S. V.
TUTUS HAIR DYE,
Orav HAiBorWHKniriwctianp'd tnnni-oasv
Black by alricrle application of Una Dvk. It
Imparts natural color, acu Instantaneously,
bold tIrupKiur wia njr rii-rrwou rtcti of 1 .
Office, 33 Murray St.. Now York.
CDr. Tt TTH M tL f IslsaM, lfr.N... a.d k
Mill km!, sill b atlUs! HO.k M ypllr.lkA.
AND HEMORRHAGES. -
Cpralna. Ilurna, hralrU, Brntara, Sor
nrH, KhrumalUm, "toll, I Acer. UIU
feorra, Toothache, llrndarhr. Store
TUront, Asthma, llnarriies,
Ac, Ar., Ac.
JTSTTC P. ITI.TOX, I). P.. Brooklyn. X. T.
IToriiiR itaelf lo baa nncwwitTin our homo "
P. A. WKSTEUVFI.T, M. !.. Nashville.. Tenn.
Have tied Urge quantities of POND'tf EXTKACT
In my practice."
Mr. 8. H. MrOORl). Matron. rfome of Destitute
Children." We find it moat efficacious and ae
ful." fatltlnn.-rOND'S EXTRACT in old on'y In
bottle with the namo Mown in thn glass.
i It la unsafe to ue other articles with our
direction!. Insist on having TON D a tiTilACT.
Itcfuae all imitatiotii and substitutes,
SPECIAL rRKI'AUATIOSS OF TOVD'S IX
TBAlT COM BIN KD WITTI TIIK PC REST
AND MOST HK.LIOATK r-KRFUMEd
FOlt LADIES' iiOUDOlK.
i viu n i.mii.ui iiirc, 9i. uu ana i.i
Toilet Cream 1.0(1 I tatarrh t'uro J5
Up Salve 2ft
Toilet Roap(3cakeg) AO
'al KrrinKC 25
Jlrdlcaled I'aner... ti
family Svrlnire SI. 00.
Orders amounting to fa worth, sent cxproaafrco
on mcelpt of money or P. O. order.
t iT Oca 'KW l'AVPIILFT WTB IIlllTOIlT OF OCTl
riai'AJUTIOM, Blnx I'ltEE ON aitucatiom 10
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt.. Mew York.
la a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Hark and the Phoaphatea, anain lnted with tha
Vefrctahle Aroinatlea. Kndnrst d tiy the Medical
Profea.lun, and reciunniended hy them for llya.
prpaln, 4.rnernl lbllllr, Frinnle lila
raare, Hantef Vltnllly, Arrvoua I'roa
(ration, lontalr.reiire from t'rvrra
and Clironlo hllW and fever. Jleervca
very purpose wliure a Iu.mu la iicc'esnary.
II jinliclurtd bj The Dr. Darter Medicine Co, SL Loaii
The followlnr Is one of the very many tcstlrno
tllala we are rccelvliiK dull) i
6milrmm Pome three mimtha a?o I bepan tha
cue of Dn. llAiiTKH'a Iiion Tunic, upon Uie ad
V Ire of many frlendawho knew Its virtues. I was
eufft'rinp from general delilllty to such an extent
that my lahor u exceed I laarl y bunleusuiiie to me.
A vacation of a month did nut p-lvc me mui h re
lief, but on the contrary, ana followed by In
crraaed prostration ami elnklnft chills. At this
time 1 beaan the lift of your luoN TnNto, fniin
which I realized alumni Iniiuedlnle and wonderful
remits. The old energy relumed and 1 found that
my natural force waa not permanently nlmted. 1
have used three bottles of (ho Tunic, bliu e unlit
It 1 have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
same time durliitf my lllueu, and with double the
cane. Willi tliu iruniiill nerve and vlyorol body,
ha curat also a clcarni s of thouiiht never before
tnjoyed. If the Tunic baa not done the work, 1
auuw uumuai. i give it tne creaii.
Troy, O., Jan. !, 1878. I'aator t hrlatlan Church.
''Sale bv Drurjglsts nd General Doalers Every whan
j. r. y a i win.
201 So. (lark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latest and mo.t scientific institution In the
United Males, lor the Cure of Chronic, ahd Private
disease., (jnnnrrhif-a. (iieet of lonu stunillnir, Stric
ture, Orchitis, liiipiure. di.eaaesof tho .kin and
Done., mercurial. ore throat etc. .ale'y and prlvsto
ly I rented. NI'KIIM i 1 lilt It II IK A. tS.anal Delilllty
Kpeadlly fared, limns Men uttlerlnit Irotii weak
tie., cau.ed by Inipr'iileiieii, secret habit. , exce
ss, produclii); pimple, on the fui.e. rush ui blood to
the head, ciinfj-iuu of Idea., heaiiai bo, defectiva
memory, lo.. of sexual power, nllil lo.aes, aver
sion to suclely, .leeplensin'.s. hit. on pro.tra
tlon, ifeneral (lebilliy and indicesi ion, rendering
BaiT.e tinproper. safelv cured. Ill mar at'S
rare, la All I ate. we uniterlske. tio need lo suffer
O.s Dai longer. Under our lieatiiieul the body Is
n.liled lo lane on fli-h, ihv apetite is inervn.ed
and the whole .y.iwu I. miiirl-lied imi.tnit the
bralu and nerves lo refill their viyiir. Corre.pon
dene econtlilenilal. hull ilirectioua seut with the
BeUicluee, Address as al' jve.
(A MeUivino, not a lirinli.)
HOPS, lUT'Iin, MANDUAKK,
AXDTnsPvtis.T aan Ha.TMnntrALQtTu.
fit. or aix omaa lliritaa.
All Dl.ea.es of theRtimach, Itowel.. Mood,
i.ivcr. niunejs.Kiiu urinary, ;rrun.. r.er
vou.Uess, KleeiiliiMniH.and c.ptivlally
81000 IN COLD.
Will be psld for a ease they will not cure or
Help, or lor .iiyni inn nnpiire or lujurioua
found in thuiu.
Aakyoer druKKl.t for lion Hitters and try
tliviu before yuu sleep. Tulie uu Miner.
D t.O. la an absolute and IrroaHtlhl cure fur
Prunkauuess, u. of oplmu, tobaucv and
i Baan roa Cihcclab.
All stem Mis Sy Srwcuu.
Hp WltM. MV. Co., K.kMUf, N, V., S TmmUi,
TIIK DAILY CAIRO
Tim DAILY DULLETIN.
ti ui o r 1 p 1 1 o n
It at. i
Dally (dellvured hy earrturs) per week.
Daily dt,ti vorfd by carrier, one year
My mall (in advance) one year
Hit months J !
Three month J
One month.... ' 00
H, ii all (In advance) aueyear f ii 00
l'drftrt month. W
Tocliih.of five andover(por copy) I Ml
I'ostaifK In all cases prepaid.
wr a i on
rirri uiri'iiii'it. " i p'lunm w -
H jlmaqueu t Insertions, per ai'inru bo
K ir one week, per square 3 tw
K in. ral notice ' ,)l
O'llliiarles and resoliltlour pa.sed hy fO,letle
ten runts per line.
D.iKths and marnau'es free
Vtrt tn.ertlon. tier anui..u t &i)
ti ibeeouvnl llmnrlloiis 1 0d
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'.'Hill Illit'S III Pllllll uonpurrll viiiiriiiu,. b-.uiiv-
UlKjil irii niivrriipeiiifiu win i.w v..n. . ..
ini; lo the space occupied, at shove rate. there be-
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men both a.to rates of charcc and manner ol
i . ieyliiR their favors,
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I Tit III New ioii.
('iiiuninnlcatlon. upon .unjecisoi tienerai n.iere.i
to 1'ie public are at all times acceptame. K-)ecteo
in .i u.rrlpts will not be teturnea.
I.ct'e'.andcomm nlcatlon. should be addrened
S. A. Iluruett, Cairo, IIIIiihIh,
This Is the fovi-rthat wrmijrht so niucli
mischief in one of tlioVii.hii't'm liotols
a few veiirs a'o. It U said by r'od
niodiprtl authoritii'S to lm f:ital to many
tinrsoiis every year in New York. The.
fever is not severe. There is but little
headache ami no pain or temlerne in
the nbilomcn. as in the ease of tyi'huiil
fever. Still the tiinirne i eowreil with
a w hite fur, ainl the ai'p'.tite is bad. Its
chief characteristic is ilir.rrh.t a, acute in
Ruine ea-es, but nmre pcncraMy ehrunie
nnd la'iinu months, or even years. The
1'iuient dies of simple exhaustion.
The illsease is found wherever the eon
tents of ccsspiMils and cnt-!iouses lind
their way into the drinkin,' water, or
their emanations into the air of sleeping
rooms. It is quite apt to prevail at our
summer health-resorts, the ignorance of
proprietors more than neuir:tiuin tho
abundant hygienic provisions of nature.
Ca's occur even anion; the White
Mountains and at our nmst famous wa-terin;'-piaoes.
At Martha's Vineyard,
l:ust year, a friend stopped at one of the
most acceptable houses on the island,
lie states that two of the priests were
suddenly seized with suninier sickness
soon after their arrival. It was found
on examination that tho privy and the,
well were only twenty feet apart, and
the well was ijuile a deep one. The
contaminated water was probably the
cause fif the sickness.
Tho son of a physician was taken with
the disease in a virulent form at a boarding-school,
and died on the third day af
ter his fat her was summoned. Tho
young man's room was largo and high,
and every thing about it seemed favora
ble to health. Hut it was found that
one of tho windows opened into the ves
tibule of a water-closet, used by from
seventy to one hundred persons, its only
ventilation being through a jiipo about
six inches in diameter, which emptied
into tho chimney of tho young man's
room. He was undoubtedly poisoned
and killed by tho foul air.
a . s
To Refresh a vSick Person.
Acid about twenty drops of Durbys Pro
phylactic Fluid to a quart of water, in bath
inif. It will give the skin a soft, pleasant
and rcfreshini; feeling mid dispel the odor
that fever and perspiration leaves on the
body. A small quantity of tho rluid
sprinkled over anything, place or vessel
where there is putrescence destroys at once
the germ ol'ull animal or vegetable poison.
If country girls who meditate a career
in the city would turn their attention to
domestio'sevvice, instead of thronging
the stores and workshops, mistress and
maid would be mutually beiiclited. It
is an employment thalis henlthier, more
respectable, and belter paid, than that of
factory or slmi) girls, and I believe I
may truly add, more profitable than
dress or bonnet making or any sort of
sewing, ami to my mind, quite as re
spectable. 1 honor all workers who do
their work well, no matter what it m.'vy
be, savo that it is honest, useful work.
And so does everybody whoso respect
and esteem are worth having. If there
is any reason why "hired girls" are im
bued with the idea that their occupation
is regarded as very inferior, it is solely
because they have, been so outrageously
ignorant, unskilled, and unlit for the po
sition. Having occasion to employ a
maid to do very light work, I advertised
fur one, promising but two dollaias a
week, but "a good home and kind treat
ment." There came upward of forty
applicants for th6 situation, and among
tho mi in her were several shop girls. I
remember one in particular; sho was a
very nice-looking young woman who
had been a chirk for several years in a
dry goods house at a salary of six dollars
a week. Sho found that her expenses
consumed all her earnings, that sho
lived shabbily in a boarding-house, that
sho had not really good society, and that
being so much on her feet and often
times ia an impure atmosphere, was kill
ing her. Sho was heartily tired of it,and
looked forward to a quiet home, in a
quiet family, with a great sense of relief.
Then, too, in such a position she would
have no expenses but for her dress, and
nt tho most she could put half her earn
ings every year in the bank. Employers
know, if, employes do not, that domes
tic service is tho best paid, comparative
ly, of any sort of work, and it is a mat
ter of wonder, us well as of surprise,
that so few Amorieangirls lit themselves
for such work. All occupations havo
their unnleasant f'j.;tuics, nnd those in
household service are often overmatched
by the disagreeable incident to any kind
of untried business.
Andreas Aehenbach, tho distinguish
ed German painter, Is to receive 0110 of
tho medals struck in commemoration of
the completion of tho Cathedral of Co
logne, lie deserves it, since tho service
for which it is given was an exceedingly
dangerous one. Ho restored nn almost
'.'bliterated picture above tho high altar
in the cathedral, and did it lying on his
back at a giddy bight, and ho twkud no
compensation for tho vork.
Fees of Doctors.
Tho fee of doctors is an item that .very
many persons nro interested in just at
present. Wo believu the schedule for visits
is $3.00, which would tx a mini con
lined to his bed fur a year, and in need
of a daily visit, over $1,000 a year for
medical attendance alone! And one single
bottle of Hop Hitters taken in time would
save tho $1,000 and all tho year's sickness.
Kidney diseases afflict tho greater part of
tho human mcc, and they are constantly on
tho increase, but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort
have become known, they are held
in check and speeUily cured. Let those who
havo had to constantly dose spirits of nitro
and such stiilf, give this great remedy a trial
and bo cured. In tho dry form it is most
economical, in the liquid tho most convtii
ient. Phila. Press.
C;n jf the Cm Stcti V Wiith Thty Hy Tlclf TrjJ
The thieves, both male and female,
who Bre frequently of very good appear
ance, says the New York TrUninr, hanp
about the jewelers' stores until they see
sonio respectable-looking persons enter,
and then go in with them. They usual
ly say that some friend advised them to
come to that store to look at a particu
lar line of goods, and they coninionlv
ask for some standard niliele. Then, if
they can get some young nnd inexper
ienced clerk to wait on them and they
always try to get served by a salesman
of that kind the chances are that they
will carry away with them a great deal
nmre in value than they buy. Some
times they buy nothing." but usually they
make some small purchase so las to cov
er up their game nmre eiVectually. The
"umbrella'' trick was a very successful
device of the thieves a few years ago,
but is now pretty well known to tho
trade, nnd is therefore but little prac
tised at present. l.cfore its scen t was
detected, a well-dressed thief would en
ter a store with an umbrella in his hand,
closed but not rolled up: he was usually
accompanied by one or two confederates.
Seating themselves by tho counter, they
would ask to be shown a variety of cer
tain goods, and, in passing the articles
from one to another, the principal would
dexterously drop one now and then
within the loose folds of his umbrella.
When a number of chains, rings or
bracelets had thus been stowed away,
the man w ith the now valuable umbrel
la would suddenly remember an engage
ment, and bid good-bye to his compan
ions, who would cover his retreat by
buying some trilling ornament. .Sumo
years ago a clever rogue was succesful
In robbing several diamond merchants
in this citv, of costly gems, having
equipped himself by smearing a lilt lo
wax on the end of his nose and provid
ing a number of handkerchiefs in his
pockets. He was further prepared by
wearing spectacles, and appeared to bo
Very near-sighted. When a package of
small unset diamonds was shown to
him at his request, he would take it to
tho window ami hold it very close to his
face. Simultaneously ho would bring
the end of his noso against a diamond
and make use of a handkerchief to con
ceal and remove the stone w hich had
adhered to .the wax. I5y all'ecting to
havo a Lad cold, and always using a
different handkerchief, ho was able to
abstract a number of stones from the
same package. His last operation of
this sort had an unsuccessful ending
through his mistako in taking out a
handkerchief which he had used al
ready. A diamond fell from it and
rolled upon tho lloor. Hoping that this
was unnoticed, but not daring to remain,
ho hastily excused himself and went to
the door, but found it securely fastened.
Ono of tho firm of diamond dealers, Im
pressing an electric button under his ta
ble, had shot a bolt at tho entrance, and
when tho thief turned around a revolver
was pointed at his head. He wrs
searched, and a number of diamonds
were found in the handkerchiefs distrib
uted through his clothing. His turist
followed, and he was sent to State Pris
on. After this a man with a cane exe
cuted a theft very neatly in a New York
diamond house. Pointing over a coun
ter with bis cane at an open package- of
unmounted stones, nnd asking to bo
shown a certain one, he lightly touched
a gem with tho end of tho stick, which
had been dipped in some glutinous ce
ment. A diamond worth &GU0 adhered
to the tip, and the thief got away unde
tected. Some time afterward ho was
caught w hile attempting the samotrick,
in Philadelphia, and was iduiitilied by
his New York victim.
A large number of gunboats and vari
ous local forces have lately been engaged
in the pursuit of a Chinese outlaw named
Kwnng-Kiiig-Man, who has defied tho
authorities and the soldiery, keepingtho
districts around Tnichow and Ningpo in
a constant ferment. This wily despera
do, from the general character of his
operations and his chivalrous diserimi
nntbn between rich and jioor, seems to
Lo a sort of Oriental llobm Hood.
A Dog at tho Telophono.
A gentleman, in Warren, It. I., who
luus sometimes assisted in the transmis
sion of messages by telephone, owns a
beautiful pet dog named Pat. The dog,
having lost sight of his master, went to
the telephone ollico in search of him,
nnd tho operator, understanding tho
object of Pat's visit, culled for his mas
ter at a place where ho thought ho might
Lo, and informed him that Pat w as look
ing for him, and wius immediately an
swered, and placing tho instrument to
tho dog's ear, ho at once evidently re
cognized his master's voice, and started
for the door, great ly excited, and asked,
in a dog's language, to Lo let out that
he might go in pursuit of liiiu, iVct't
dence, Ii. J.,) Journal.
Premature Loss of Hie Hair
may Lo entirely prevented by the uso of
Jiuruetts Coc.oaine. iNo other compound
possesses tho peculinr properties which so
pxactly suit tho various conditions of tho
human hair. It softens the hair when hurst)
and dry. It soothes tho Irritated sculp, It
ull'ords the richest lustm. It prevents the
Iciir from falling oil'. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It ih tiot greasy
nor sticky. It leaves no disagreeable odor
It kills dandruff.
lmrndtt'B Flavoring Extracts nro known
J as tho bent.
Many Miseuahlr People drag tliein
Ives about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily Binking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cute coinmoucing
with the llrst dose, nnd vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. Seo other
That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured by Hhiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul O. Srhuh, Agent. t
O. Ilortlo, Manchester, N. Y., was
troubled with asthma for eleven years. Had
been obliged to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found imnie
diato relitf from Thomas' Kelectrio Oil,
ami i now entirely cured.
The Loudon I.iincct.
The "London Lancet" ssys: "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courage of
llie sufferer" and many a life has been saved
by taking Spiing Bluesum in case of bili
ous fever, indigestion or liver complaints."
P. O. Scliuli, Agent. Price 50 cents,
tlinl bottles 10 Cents.
TIioiiihs' F.clectrio Oil has obtained
irrcat pupulaiity, from its intrinsic value as
a reliable medicine, in curing hoarseness,
and si' irritations of the throat, disease of
the chest, etc. For these It is an incoin
Will vol sckkkk with Dyspepsia nnd
Liver Cuinpbiitit ? Shiloh VitulizerV
L'U'irimtced to cure yon. Paul ti. Scbiih,
EiuMX Clay, M. I)., d Nova S.:otiH,
writes: I know of no better medicine fur
persons suffering from exhaustion of the
powers of llie Drnin and nervous system,
from long cuntii U'd study, or the cough
following Typhoid Fever, Ac, than Pel
lows' Syrup of IIj popbosphities.
Si.ekpllss mohts nisde miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cu-e is the
remedy fur you. Pmil G. Sehuli, Agent. !t
The Collier White Lead and Oil Corn
puny, of St. Lmiis, Mo., are again run
ning and prepared to fill orders. Their
win Vs wero totally destroyed by tirs May
2$th and again September 21st of the past
year. To rebuild and get iu shape for
business nt this time is a high compliment
to their energy nnd porstvernnoe. Collier
company brands of boul nnd oiis are known
over the entile country. See advertisement
in this puper.
Catakiui tTKKD, heal'h and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
2") cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul 0.
Schuh, Agent. 4
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNcglec frcqiientl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Drowns P.roncliial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but hd directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Kronclntis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro t Troubles which Singers rihI
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Drown's Hrotchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold nt 2.i cents n
Ton Inme back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. PaulG
Schuh, Agent. 5
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
llelts nnd other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 110 days to young nun
and other persons nlllicted with Js'crvuus
Debility, Lust Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relict und complete restoration of
vigor ami manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney diflieultics, Rupture, and many other
diseases. IlhistHited pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic licli.Co., Marshall, 'Mich.
Siiii.oii'h Coniii and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul (I. Sehnh, Agent. 0
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National' Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequiiled. Color
from 2 to r pounds. Directions in English
tin! German. Price 1.1 cents.
Shiloh's Vitali.ku is what you need for
Coiutinntion, Loss of Appetite, Di..incs
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle, Paul G. Schuh,
Allen's Hrain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
ol generative organs, ifl. 5 lor 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, :)15 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Harclay Uros.
Choup, Wifoort.NO CoL'on nnd Rronchitis
immediHtely relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 8
by this slmplo water
power Invention may
avoid all the labor und
Injury of ilr.vlUK hor
Newliitf Machine. Over
rt.OOO of UieMe naekiis
Water Motorn, nolwlim.
nnd ornamental, adapt
ed to nil Hi-wIiik Ma
chine., nro now n'vlns
Two size, nro Hindu for
eM ne. 1'rlee. Kl 5 and
P'J'J.-tO. AIho larger
alui'B for faetury needs.
nun ror.au sum. or ma
chinery. . ,
Send for Circular to
HACK 08 WATKH MOTOll CO., Newark, N.J
This is tho
Most Kconnnilcul Power Known
FOR DKIV1NU LIGHT MACHINERY I
It lakes tint lllllo room,
It tiuver Kuts oat of repair.
It cannot blow up.
Il if outre, nn fuel.
iv ii ui m nn vk i iieur
There la no tlelny i no flrtusr up; no a.liua to clean
puhji ii. i-i in Mieiirniii-.e hi pay ; no repair
ItiK micos.arv ; no coal lulls to pay,
and it Ii alwHya ready for use.
It is Very Choap.
o K)0. State paper you lawtUn ad
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
E It ADIOAT K D
Vlcers purified nnd heal
ed, (iunirretia pro
vented ami cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured In short
Tetter dried up.
It Isperf c ly harmless.
For sore throat it I. a
l iililaiOoli uunlrovtHl
Hick rooms purllled and
in iide pleasant.
Hovered and lck per-
sous relieved and re-
fre.ned hv bathing;
I'liild aildud to the
Sufi while, complexion
secured by its ti.u lu
Impure air mndti harm-
lea and purllled by
To purify 1 ho breath,
cleansu I he teeth, It
chii'I be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Kry.ipela. cured .
Hum. n lleved Instnitly,
Hears prevented .
Id move, all iiiipK'ii.ant
1 lllll.TH ll ! Ml lililrll
Ship fever prevented by
In ram s of death In the
hoUHo, it should al
wav. be used about
tbii corpse-It will
prevcm SHy lltiple.s
ant .mell. An anti
dote lor anln al nr veg
etable poleuU", slini;.,
lHiiireroti. ellliivla. of
sick nn in. and ho. pit
als n moved by Its ua
Yellow fever eradicated
In fact it Is tho en at
Disinfectant ami Purifier.
Msiiiifarturlnii fihemists, S'll.B I'llol'IUKTOIlM
'Jfuborciiliir Dim mho nt I.uiikh otul
Tubercular consumption of the luna 1. that
form of tho di.ca.e mo t common, nio.i fatal, and
until recent y considered incurable. Tubercle,
frutu which the i.ame la derived, is a morbid pro
rioi 1. d poei'ed from di.ra.ed blood In various
t arte of the body ; and In prm ortinn a. that fluid
I. impure, and length of time It remains .o, W ill
tubercular (llathe.i. Continue.
Kali. H veh, Mams , March Di'th, ISTtt.
James I Fellows, K.q
Hear Kir: About three years airo I was attacked
w ith ' roiichlti. and tuhercu ar disease of the left
lung, and suffered for two years so s- verely that 1
wa. uuubli! to attend tohu.ine.s About ayear sko
I w a. advised to try Fellows' I syrup i f Ihpophos
phio-s, and before 1 ha ' finished one bottle my ap
petite and sirenifth were greatly Improved; my
c iiith became li-. trouble.orne, my sleep w
sound and rcfre-lilnir, who h had riot been (lie case
for over a year. I hhd mlTeruj from M-rvoii.tie..
and difficult breathltm all the timet was sick: hut
your .yrup lias cured it all I advise all persons
afflicted as I wus to use Fellows' Syrup of liypo-pho.phitt-s.
(N trued) JAMf.s ii ir. warn .
n erdles. chain of i! -ml eftVcls Is formed by
Fellows' Compound siyiup of llypoplio.pbites, and
we are safe in ssyinR, from a long experience In
medicine, its virtue, are not possessed by any oth
er combinati' n.
For Sale by all DraeRlsta
If you sulfur from dyspepsia, nao
nURDOt'K BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are aflllcted with blllonsne... u.e
RVliD )( K III.OOI) WTTKUS,
If you are prostrated with .Irk liesd.i ke, take
IlfHIXiCK I'.i.OOH IllTTKliS
If your bowels ate disordered reirulate them with
liritLOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If your blood I. Imnnre, purify itwltb
I'.t'UUOCK HI.OOI) IilT I KItS
II you havu indigestion, you will find an atitldole in
nTUDoCK BLOOD B1TTKRS.
If yon nre troubled with spring r.nnipla.nts, erudl
tcate them with H fit DOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
II your liver Ii torpid restore It lo healthy Bi llon
with BURDOCK Bl.OOD HITTERS,
If your liver 1. affected yuu w 111 find a share restor
ative In UL RDOCK BI.OO ) III ITERS.
If you have any specie, of humor or pimple, fail
nut to take IlfRDOCK HI.OOI) HITTERS.
If you have any slmptems of u'.cer. or scrofulous
sore., a curative remedy will be found In
IU'RIiOCK HI.OOI) BITTERS,
For Inip'irtiiiK ft relish and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal Ill'ltDOCK HI.OOI) HITTERS.
Fur Nervous ami General Debility, toiiu up the
system with Hl'UDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
1'mch Jl rp.n iiotti.k; Tiiialhotti.kh, With,
FOSTER, MILMItN & CO., Prop'rH,
P.PFFAL0, N. V.
For sale by PAL'L O. SCHUH. (si)
r at limine", now before, the public,
II I J " W " fl lYon can make money fusier at
"v h , I work for us than al anything
I I I 'il ) I o.o Caplt.nl not needod. W'n
-aw -ir Wiriyi,, awsdayand
upwards made, at home by the
it du.lrlous men. women, boys nnd inrl- wanted ev
urvwhere to work for lis. Now Is tho time. Yon
can work In spiire llnieonly or give your whol-i time,
to the hu.lnchs. Yon ran live at homo and do ibu
work. No oilier business, will pay you neorly as
wuil. No ono can tall to make enormnti. pay by
eiiLTiiimii nt once, Co.t votitul and terms Iron
Money ma ic fast, en.llv and honorably. Address
True it Co., Augusta, Malno. In-1.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARa, The (Ireal Eng
lish remedy, An
titilailing euro for
potcnuv r..id all
ill. oa-o. thulfoluw
i. a seiiience Jh;
of nilf-abn.e: a.v"'
,, - , , nn vi IIIUI....I J , -
Tl.sf.v- rnl ' ii..- (., , .
j.tfcAUiL,',,ii..-iri,i I uni-1 1 1..111 . .flit
bpaln In tho hiirk.&i'fflf
dimness of vision, nremntnrn old aui!.
n in.ti y
other disease, that lead to ni.aullv, constimptlun
or a premature urnvn.
I1" Full particular In nttr pamphlut, which wo
ile.lan to .nnd free hv mall to evurvomi. fTlm
Kpvclllc Modlclno ia sold hv all druuul.ts at ll per
CarKage, or six packages for An, or will he. sent free
uv in a 1 1 on receipt oi tne monev, nv nunressinv.
Til H UKAY MKDtl'INK CO,
llurnu), N .
Bold lu Cairo bv Paul . Bchuh,
120Ilroiulway, New York,
of any Life liiHiiraiiee Conipnriy
IN TIIK WOltM).
Joc.au i ho
It alone I. sues
I ncoiiltstiblci J 'olicics,
'slipulatlia' that Ihe contar ot liisuiunce "shall
I ot be ill-ieitcil" alter ll Is three lent. 0u,
und that .in h pollele. .Imll l.
J 'aid Immctliatol v,
on receipt of .atl.faeli ry proofs ot death.
lis policy i. clear and rnnrl.e, and contain
X0 ARDUOUS rOXIUTJOXS.
N. H -READ YOI U I'OI K IKs. I on,,.n
short and simple form used by 'he Kuiiluhle Ph
the long and ul.cnn: (iiiitrun. loailed down with
technic alltle. Issued by other compaiii. si
Its CASH RKi rilNS
to pulley boli'et. are
N. H See the many letteis frem pull v !:i Id. i
expr.-ltii; tin Ir gnitifl, aMon with the return, fneii
their Ton i in k Savimi Fish Policies
I Ifc-ininn ui' itH
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely I live ted, nearly
K. A. JUJtNKTT. Attent.
Off.re. corner lilh and ue ti i t.--i t u.
November -'I, l.sl. in Id
Ml U AL Alp mm Ii i V,
Jl'HEKA I EUREKA !I
A SPIiSTITlTK FOU LIFE INSLJf.
am i; ci'Mpa.mks.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Sociktv
of OA I HO.
Organized Julv lllli, III"?, I inler the I.nwa o
tliu Mate nf Illinois. Cupirlditeil Julv
a, IH77, Under Act ol Coni'ri..
i l ie.'d. nt
... -dli al Adviser
....Si i-n tnr
..A.sii-lai I Secrilaiy
C. T. KI DO
J. A. OOI.DSTINE
J J. OiiRIXiS
THOMAS LEWIS ,.
JOHN C. WHITE
K XK(.'t:'JlVK('UMMI'J'l Ki;
11. I.EHillTON, I., h. TIloMAH.
J. 0. WHITE, W. f. li l t 1U.R.
J. S. JMcl.AIII'.Y.
IIOAltl ) M A Js- A t i h. 1 1 H:
William Stratton. of Strstinn .V Bird. 'h le.ule
grocers; I'aul ti. Schuh, w Imie, ale unci retail dm-tit-l
; Ila.eti 1. -Igliliin, run iiii,.oii meirhaiit; Jhs.
S. Mi-tialie)', IiiiiiIii.t dealer; J . .1 . Oonluii, phys
ic lull ; J . A . i-. Ill -I I lie . ol (Mildstlnc 1' rei.w liter,
wholesale and reta.l drv good., i tc; Win. F. I'.tch
er. gem ral agtiii ; llei rv II Kills, c Uv printer ai d
book blndi r; Chclcy llaynes, Ciioper; Jno. C.
W hile, a.si.tiint serreiary und solicitor; Albert
Lewis, ib aler in four and grain; F. Hie... pre. I
ili-iit Alexander Cuitiity Hat k; (I W. Hendricks,
loiilrnctor anil builder; Ctrus ("lose, general
agent ; Thomas Lewis, secretary ion! iillottiev at
law ; L. S, Thomas, broom niaiiiilai tun r ; V. F
Hussel, ronton tor und I under; C. T, Hinbl
agent C. St. L. AN. o. Mlluoiiil ; Mi.se 'hlllip.,cnr
tu liier; II . A. ( liiiinlili-y, coiitnii ti., Cairo, Ills..
Hi'v. J. Spencer, ceigvuiiiii. SI Ij'IiI., Mo.; .1. II,
llethiiiie, elreiiil clerk, .Mississippi county, Charles
tun. Mo ;. I. 11 Moure , lawyer, Cuiiinu nc, Mo.1
D. hiiigletiirv, pliv.lelnn, Arlli't'lon, Ly.; J. W.
'Terry, phvslrlnn, Fulton. Kv ; Win. I( an, fartner,
Murrv, Kv.;A. steliibueli, inanuiaetiuer of sad
illerv, Evaii.vlUn, m ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to .iipitrltileiideiit (.;. hi, L. Si. N O. rallrnsd, .lark
sun, Tetin. ; J. H. Holiert.ini, pbvsleluii, Whllo
vllle, Tcim. ; Thomas A. Osborn, luirm maker,
Ho Ivur.Tenn ; m. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agcii 3," llollv Siirlni-s. Mi-a
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