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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. -
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
IiojletHeNaiise,bovir els costive,
lnihelIeiaJwitRs dull sensation in
feraaeTfullniHg ftfUreatinKLwith a disin
cline! W"llertion of body or jnind,
IrritabilfEyof fomper, Low pTritfl,Losa
rytw ith a feeling ol naving Beg-
lected some duty weariness," Dissinesa,
toin tfeiiri tbn'Tf kr Dots before tha
U THESE W ABITCHGS AEE inyHIEBED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
Tirrrs pmsre especially adapted u
of foellnft as to toniali the sufferer.
They InrrrHM- lb. Apsrlll and cause the
bty to TnUe on F'wli. t-lum fh systemla
BurlnNl. and bvt.i flrToiil Arlionou the
)tlmlH Or-icana, lUirulnr MNls are pro
duced. Prtoe wiitl. 'M Murrey M..
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Okay H ik or Whottfrh clumped to aOtoasY
Iilaik by a lm:le iipptli-ntion of 11I Dvu. It
Imparts a niilnrul color, aula Iiiaihiitnnnousiy.
bold bIriigmurnili'y express un receipt elf 1.
Office, 33 Murray St- New York.
Cr. Trrm ataT.IL of Valnakls rfonmHi ant k
Mul KmlvU IU Ball. tKlK jiJItiu.
Sprain, Burns, fcralrU, Bnilara, Sore
ness, Hheuinatlmii, nulla, llrers. Old
boith, i ooinarnc, iiraaarne, Mure
, Throat, Asthma, Hoarx-iicus,
' Kcuralgla, Catarrh,
cVc. &. Ave.
JTSTHt I. FTLTOS, I). I)., Brooklyn. N. Y.
"frovuigitseino re a necessity in our noma."
P. A. WESTKRVFLT. M. !.. Nashville. Tenn.
jure used large quaatltiea of l'OXD'H EXTRACT
In my practice. '
Urn. S. 11. MoOOBI), Matron. Home of Destitute
Children." V'e nod it moat emcacions and ase-
Caution. POND'S EXTRACT la eoM only in
.bottles with the name blown is the glass.
0jT It ia unsafe to line other article with our
directions. Insist on Daring POMD'a EXTRACT.
ItofuseaUlmiUUons and substitutes,
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS OP POND'S EC
lltACT COMBINED WITH TIIE PUREST
AND MOST DELICATE PKItFCJLEd
FOR LADIES' DOUDOIH.
POSD'S EXTRACT noc, 91.00 and 91.75
.Toilet ( ream LOU
Lin Salve S
Toilet Koap(3cakes) 60
t atnrrn lure J5
Inhaler (Glass 50o,)1.00
KaxalSrrlnire 2 J
Medicaid Paper... 25
Family fijrlngf il.OO.
Orders amounting to $5 'worth, aout cxpreaa free
on receipt of money or P. O. order.
j-Our Nicw Pamhilet with Hirtokt or oca
PlUU'AUATIONI, BkT FIIEE CM APl'UCAIIUX TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO..
14 W. 14th Bt.. New York.
Is a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
liars and the Phnnphatcn, ataoclatod Willi the
Vegi'lablo Arnmatlia. Kmlomed ty the Medical
Protviialon, and recommcndi'd by them for Iya
prpalsk, Jnernl Pebtltlv. t'ritinlx !!
ram, VVantof VIlMlKy, arrvoui I'roa.
trillion, 'otivnlcencT frona Frvera
and t'lironlo ( hills and Fcvr. ltavrvea
every purpose where a Tuniu Is uecoaaary.
KamifictDre4 Ij The Dr.llarlcr Medicine Co., St Loals.
The followtne Is one of the very many testlmo
nlala we are receiving dallyi
emlmni: Borne three months afro I hefrnn tha
nae of Da. IlAinnu's Iuon Tonic, upon the ad
vice of many friends who knew Its virtues. I was
siiiri-rlnsfroiuarni'ml di hillty to such an extent
that my labor was exi'neillnjtly bunli-nsome tome.
A varaUnn of a month did not tlve me much ro
lief, but on the com r m y, waa followed by In.
rreawd prostration and slnkiiiK ehllU. At Uilt
time 1 benan theiue of your Iiion Tunic, from
which 1 realized alinont tiiiineilliite and wuiidcrliil
rraults. Tliuoldvnetvy reluriied and 1 found that
my natural force was not permanently abated, t
have uaed three hotlleaof OieToNio. Uni'c ultig
ill have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
same time dirrltiK my lllueaa, and with double the
ae. With Uie intnqiill nerve and vlKCirof body,
lias come also a clcarneaa of thought never bcfoi s
enjoyed. If the Tunio has not clone the work, 1
know nut what. 1 itive It the credit.
J. P. W A LSO V,
Troy, O., Jan. 2, 1878. PaaUirt'hrlstUn Church.
Sate by Druggists ind General Dialers Every whan
201 So. Clark SI. CHICAGO, ILL.
Tbelaleat and mnat acletitlflc Insiltutlon In the
United btHlra, lor tlieCyrr of I'hrnnlc end Private
disesM-s. (limorrko'S, Uleet of Ioiik atittidlntf. blrlc
lure, Oretiltia. Htipuirc, diseases of the akin ami
' bones, mercurial .ore throsi elc, salely and private
ty treated. KI'KHM tl OHItllll . Hcxunl Dubllliy
Hpeedlty fared, Vuuim Hea aiitierinii Iroin weak
be. a. caiiaed by luipi'iidi'lK U. sncret hahlta, excess
ss, ptLMiudnd pimples on the (ai, rush of blood to
the head, eoulunlon of tdeue, ln-kdache, defective
memory, loaa ol sexual power, iilxbt ioases, avur
lion lo Sodoty, sleeilemiiiei., nervoua pro.tra
lion, general debility and Indliieailun, rendering
msrrHKv Improper, tatelv rnreil. He laarxetee
earea la Alll'ases we unnVrUke, no need to suffer
Oae liar longer. I'nili r our Irestment the body Is
t enabled lu lake on Head, the spetlte Is Increased
aud His whole syaP in Is nourl-hed eattsInK the
brain ana nervea loreirnin uu'ir vigor, orrenpon
dene eeootli'.eiitlal.i Full direotloui seut with the
, wedlcluce, Addresses el"vo.
lbs ll'ureat and Heat Medicine ever Dade,
Aeolmliinailoa at Hops, Buchu, Man
drakle ami Dandelion, " an iiu i'iau
Otonteieratlviroirtiea of all oilier UltUira,
mstbpiM Blood Purifier, Liver
tor.aeo Mi. aim iieuu iuiwurujjf
No dlaeaas a
i powtbly lone exlrt whera nop
i,w varlwl auu panmiv in uwir
Tl.f give m U Vu lsl ltfira
To all wlioas e mmiilwyiiHiiWaiiM trreirularl'
tdftbslwwrtartr ora-ans, or whu r
Hop DltUira aie
Huw.UiTwhatrwirl.'ltwrs or symptoms
re what I diwue or nlVn"" la ua llou Inv
tan. IMi't wait until yimaW1' ales but If yon
only t iwl bad or eilwrmMe"" ""' st mint,
it aiay m.v year tlln.Il kaal a v ed nuiutmia.
BOO "lib" paid for a oaf's they will not
mi or help. Do ma sutTw ' wr rluit
au(rr,lulu and viva tlwiaX w Mop B
Ketnetnbrr, Hop Bitters Is aoV drumM
drsakaa Oust rum. but lbs I'arwitswa S IM
tiuUelmrvM-mailsitbe "UVllJnssW HUMS
awd aura" anil e puMuu or f welly
ahottlri to wBhout Owe. SMMNH
m a m u ahwltil. andlmmOWoure
1 : XSmuimi1Mum,ymKo anilli-.
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lt. twelve lines of folid type to the lncn.
o r-'frulhr adverttaera we oner anperior inuuoe-
mi-ii :ntb as lo ratea or cnarca ana manner oi
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I Cr,i Newspaper Advertising Bareaa, (10 Hproce
trei i";wheie air ertlslug contracts may be made
I ,t !t in New Yoii.
Comraiinlcstlona npon sunjecuoi genersunieresi
t'i the public are at all times acceptable. K-ected
nunuscrlpts will not be teturned.
Lette'i'anacomm nicanons soouio no 'inn.u
K. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illinois.
Tuk senate judicmry mmmitteo will re
port unttniuiouBly in favor of the confirma
tion of lloecoo Coukling to bo in associate
justice of the supreme court. An . intimate
friend of Mr. Conkling states that the latter
will accept the position. '
Premature Loss of the Hair
may beeutirely prevented by the use of
Burnett's Cocoaine. No other compound
possesses the peculinr. properties which so
exnctly suit the various conditions of the
human hair. It softens the hair when harsh
and dry. It soothes the irntnted scalp. It
affords the richest luntre. It prevents the
hair from fulling off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not fjreasy
nor sticky. It leaves do disagreeable odor
It kills dandruff.
llnrnett's Flavoring Extracts are known
as the best.
Henry W. Lonokkixow, on hia seventy
fifth birthday, was visited by numbers of
friends and received forty letters of con
gratulation. - Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at
present. We believe the schedule for 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 f 1,000 a .year for
medical attendance alone! And one single
liottle of Hop Bitters taken in time ' would
save the 1,000 and all the year's sickness.
Two hundred liberal members of parlia
ment were present, at the conferenco at
Gladstone's reiidence, where, tlie premier
announced that he would regard as a want
of confidence an adverse vote on hia land
act resolution. In the house of commons,
the motion to postpono tho order of the
day was carried by tiOO to 167. Secretary
Forstcr'stated that the government needed
the whole support of parliament to uphold
the law in Ireland. Mitchell Henry said
that, in the event of a general election,
seventy Purncllites would be returned.
Piles! Tiles!! Tiles!!!
A SUUKCURK POUND AT LAST. NO ONK NKED
A sure cure for the Wind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box bus cured the worst
chronic casea of 2.1 and H0 yottrs standing.
No one need sutler tivo minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments aud Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
merit absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
iiiHtant and painless relief, and In prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Head what tho Hon J. M. Coffinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pilo Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, Mid it alfords me pleanure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment.''
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipl of price $1.00.
RANK S. IIKNRY&CO., O'
8olo Prop's, Cleveland,
For side by Geo. K, O'iiaha, Druggis. ,
Tuk Chicago council passed a teiulu'ion,
requesting Gov. Cullom to include among
tho subjects specified in his call fur an ex
tra session of tho legislature tho pruposed
constitutional amendment to ' enable this
city to issuo $10,000,000 bonds for the
extension of the water and sovrerago sya
Pkopi.r who cannot spend the season of
winds and cold ruins in sunny Flotida
should keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup iu tho
nottse, n mtiiA hest remedy tor cold and
cough and w ill relieve sutferers at once.
Whatever objection can be raised
agaitist the proposal to place Gen. Grant
Umiii the retired list Is iucrcitsed a hun
dred fobl aguiimtlhe seheino to pension all
ex presidents by whkh it is antagonized.
Neither plan could bo excused except on
tho score of the peculiar and extraordinary
services rendered tho republic by the dis
tlnguished betiellularies. Tho mere hold
Ing of the office of president for four or
eight years does not imply any obligation
of tho people to tlui holder, On the con
trary tho obligation is all on tho part of
the Individual who has held tho office,
and It is an obligation bo can never repay,
lint If he has signalized his loounibency by
sotns extraordinary service, like that of
Lincoln for instance, It would not be im
proper fur the public V add to the molu-
4 1 '
ments and honors of his office some extra
ordinary reword. But1 for tho ordinary
president the honors and salary of the of
fice are far above his deserts, aud leave him
at the end of his term in such debt to the
nation that he may bo well content to ro
tiro and , never ask for more. Tbo same
may be said of all ordinary officials, mili
tary as well as civil. Their services are
fully repaid by their salaries, and they are
uo more entitled to pensions than is any
clerk or laborer who works for hire. To
pension el presidents merely for the cir
cumstance that they have held tho office
would bo tho beginning of tho creation of
a pensioned and privileged class, which
would rapidly grow until tho treasury
would be encumbered by a host of para
sites as those who curse Great Britain, or
those who brought Franco to the Hed Ter
ror of the Revolution. The next step
woull bo to give a pension to ex-vice presi
dents; than retired ministers would demand
one; then senators and representative, until
even the wealth of this rich country would
be absorbed. Give Grant a placo on the
retired list. He deserves it, and when any
other citizen perforins services lijwi his, be
equally geneVous with him; but let us
have no class of pensioned parasites.
TO THE SPOUTMEN OF SOUTHERST
Iu July, 1881, 'here was organized in the
city of DuQuoin, an association called the
"Southern Illinois Sportsmen Association,"
having lor its object the securing of proper
legislation for the protection of game, birds
and fish during the seasons when it is im
proper to pursue or to kill them; the' en
couragement of our citizens iu their efforts
to increase the varieties and numbers of
four game, turds aud fish; and the organ
ization and encouragement of subordinate
associations and clubs, for the vigorous en
forcement of all laws against the .killing,
saje, shipment of any game, birds and fish.
This organization is composed of indi
vidual members, and not of subordinate
clubs or associations. The membership
fee is one dollar, annual dues, one dollar
(payable in advance); and members are
liable to an assessment not to exceed one
dollar in any one year.
All well-disposed persons liviug in the
state south of the Ohio and Mississippi R.
R., or in the tier of counties through which
said road passes, aro cordially invited to
come out and join u, to tho end that a
strong organization for tho protection of
game, etc., may be built up in this end of
Our next annual meeting will be held at
Mt. Vernon, 111., on the 10th and 17th of
May, 1882, when liberal prizes will be of,
fercd for proficiency in wing shooting. The
association will meet in convenient on tho
night of 16th. The officers for the ensuing
term are: Dr. J. f. Jennelle, DuQuoin
president; John Forsyth, Centralia, 1st vice
president; It. O. Sylvester, Carbundalo. 2nd
vice president; C. P. Richards, DuQuoin,
rec. and cor. secretary ; Don O.istott, Du
Board of directors: C. A. Hobbs, Mt.
Vernon, chairman ;U. M. Condit, Centralia;
Sam Hewitt, Carbondale; Dr. D. II. Par
ker, Cairo; C. II. St. Clair, Benton.
Printed copies of the constitution may be
isd on application to tho secretary.
By order Committer.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 1
WiMi you sufkeii with Dvspppsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guarunteed to cure you. Paul G. Scluih,
Shiloh's Cuke will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping couyh and Bron
Z. S. Eaulk, Jun., M. I)., Ex-Mayor of
St. John, N. B., writes: I have no hesita
tion in staling that Fellows' Syrup of Hyp
ophosihites ranks foremost amongst the
remedies used th the treatment of Incipient
Plnhisih, Chronic Bronchitis, and other af
fections of the chest.
Who Is The Prettiest Gnu, In
America? I a question that would per
plex a congress oi connoisseurs assembled
to nominate the most beautiful. But such
an assemblage would not bo surprised to
learn, that the most charming of their
sex, on this side of tho Atlantic, enhance
the beauty anil preserve tho soundness of
their teeth with Szodoiit, since everybody
knows, that the ladies prefer it to any and
all dentifrices. Let human Bay after this,
that women lack Judgment.
Tine Kiev. Geo. 11. Thayer, of Uourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Slnloh s Consumption Cure. 0
by this slmplo witter
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury or driving her
Snwlne Miuililno. Over
(5,000 of menu Ilnokua
Winer tlntum, nolHuleKi
ami ortinmeiitiil, udiipt.
id to nil MewltiK Ma
chines, ure now Klvlnv
tier (net NullMfju'tloii.
Two altea are maiKt for
lloiuehold Kewlnit Mo
rliliieM. I'rlne. BI It and
W'J'J.-IO. AIho Innter
siws for fiiutory needs
nun i-or an xi huh oi nia
twuu for uireuiur to
BACKUS WATER MOTOR CO., Newark, N. J
TbK Is the
' Most Economical Power Known
HOK DKIVlNU LIGHT MACHINERY I
It take but little room.
It I ever gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
, It reuiilrea no fuel.
It nut la no nnirinnur.
There Is no delay; no firing up; no ashes to cleau
away t no extra insurance to pay i no repair
ing liuc.easaty; no conl bill to pay,
and it Is always ready for use. 1
It is Very Cheap.
, o tftaU paper you sawtbts
.i i V", ,
GREAT Germ DESTROVER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
flcrs ptirlfled and heal
ed. Gangrene pre
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rnplilly.
Scurvy cured iu short
Tetter dried IIP.
It is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat it is a
Hick rooms purltloU and
Fevered and sick per
sons relieved aud ru-fn-sned
Kliild added to the
Soft white complexions
secured by its use In
Impure air made harm
lens and pnrltled by
To purify tho breath,
cli'iinso the teeih, it
can't be inrpaeaed.
Catarrh relieved anil
Hums relieved Inetrntly.
Scars prevented .
Ship fever prevented by
In canes of death In the
UiitiHe, it should al
ways be used about
the corpse it will
prevent suy unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote for suit) al or veg
etable poison, sttegs,
Ditiigeroiis ellliivlss of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by Its use
Yellow fever eradicated.
ft) fact it Is tho great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
J. II. Z EI LIN & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, SOI.K PKOPlUETOIiH
N EUR A L (J I A .
It has been ascertained that the moat inveterate
caaes uf neuralgia ere cured by Fellows' Syrup of
Ilypophosphltes. Not only is the principle dis
ease eradicated, but the patient is, made, vigorous
and strong ; the stomach, the blood, the skin become
healthy, and he obtains a new lease of enjoyable
'the only satisfactory treatment of neuralgia Is ky
e'reiigtbeulng the nervoua system. A nelson with
strong nerve never suffers from thl'dtsesse.
The virtues of Fellows' Compound) rup of Ily
pophosphltes are such that other remedies are sel
The 0 em and for nvpopkophltee and otber Phos
phorus preparation at the present day, is largely
owing to the good effects and sncce.s following the
introduction of this art.cle In the United States.
Should the 'nvalid have snv dllflculty In pro
curing the Compound Syrup iu hia vicinity, let him
not he put off with anv other remedy, because this
article has not its equal In tho dlaeaacs fur which
It Is recommended.
NOTE. Be suspicious of persons who recom
mend any other article as "juft as good." Tne
higheat class medical men In every lare tit v,
where it is known, recommend It.
For Sale by all Druggists,
If you suffer from dyspepsia, use
UURDOCK BLOOD BITTER.
If yon are nflllr.tod with billoneness, uso
ni'KDOCK III.OOD IHTTHKH,
If you arc prostrstud with f Irk liesdacki', tnke
BfKDOCK M.COD IIITTKRB
If your bowels atu disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEIIS.
If your bloed is Imnurn, purify It with
HUKDOCK P.LOOD BITTERS
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTF.KS.
If yon arc troubled with spring compla. ills, eradl
Icntu them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
IfyourliverlHtorplQruatorelt to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTJSIM,
If your llvor Is affected you will find a shure restor
ative III BURDOCK DLOOU BHTlitW,
If jou have any species of humor or pimple, full
not to tnke BURDOCK BLOOD BIT TJ5K3.
If yon have any slmplome of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTF.RS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can cojial BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKKH.
For Nervous and General Debility, tono up the
nvstrin with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTF.RS
FOSTER, MILBUKN A CO., Prop'rs.
BDFFALO, N. Y. ,
For sale by PAUL O.SCHUII. (2)
liuslnuss now before the public
ran mnue money rusinr at
for us titer, al anything
anllsl not needod. W'u
wlllstartyou. a day and
utiwurda in ail a at boms bv til 0
Itduslrliitis men. women, hoys and girl- wanted ev
ervwhere to work for ns. Now Is the time. Yon
can work In spare tlmeonlvorglveyourwholettme
to the bualuuns. You can livu nt home and do thu
work No other business will pay you uesrly as
weil. No onu can fall to make enormous psyby
engaging stotico. Costly outfit and terms free.
Mnnev luikJe fast, easily iinrt honoruoly. Address
True AUo., AugilHte, Malnn, lii-HO.
W RAY'S SPECIFIC MF.DICJNK.
TRADE MRk. Thu Grout Eng
lish remedy, au
unfailing cure for
spermatorrhea. 1 m
potency fc.'id all I
ns a seitlotico
or seir-ahuse; as a ';
lnufl nt tnntlinrv. -
dimness of vision, premature old ago, a many
other dlsensee that lead to lusault v, consumption
or a premature i-rnvu,
tvrFull particulnri In our pamphlet, which ws
destae to send free bv mall to uvervono. ITThe
Mpeclllc Medicine Is sold hvnll druggists at II per
iiacsaiie, or alx package! for (5, or will bssent free
bv mslloD receipt of
the monev, nv annressm
TIL OKAY MKDIC1NB CO.,
UURTAU). N , Y .
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