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THE DAILY CAIRO' BULLETIN
TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1852.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
8YMPTONI8 OF A
loss of appotite.N attsea.bowela coatt ve,
J'aln lulheIlBH(i,'wit;h"a dull sensation in
Hc'par5l8Tn umlor the shoulder
fcliMlaillneiw after Bating, with a dialn;
naUonTo exertion "bfbbdyor rnindi
IrritabilltiTof tempisrTLow pmjs.Jjona
' ofniemory.with a fooluig of havfnK nefi
footed eomaclutj weirineaa, Diminesa,
I'lutte ring; of the Heart, Dota before the
itye87Yelldw BkfnrHeadaohe, Heatloaaj.
, ibesa at mghtTTiighly colored Urine.
OT THESE WAB.NIHGS ABE UNHEEDED.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTT3 PILL8 ar. eniclully adapted to
urh cn,e,oiie dono t'llects miiliHi'hmiga
of feeling as to A-tonish Hit) snll'eror.
They Increite lit. AH'llU,andciiiithu
hotly to Takr on "Wi. Uiiih th system Is
IMareallT Orleans, Itrarulnr Moola itre pro
cured, l'rlo 'St rents. a.1 M itraty M. W.l.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OaAT It air or Whiskkh rhawH to n aum.iv
Black by a slnulo uppllcAlion (it Ibis Dvk. II
Impart a natural color, acta IiiHtiitiiinouly.
twldb, DrejcuUnorsetit iijt'.tirMm rseaiplof 1 1.
Office, 35 Murray St.. New York.
Cftr. rrrrn xrLarriathi irrn a k
CwAil Mmlytt wUI k Btllr 'UU( ajillitfi.
A ftl 1 UBrUABBUAA0M
ISVALUADU5 FOR -Sprain.
Born, Scalds, Brulafa, nre
nraa, ItbPiimatJain, IIoIIh, I lrer. Old
tiorea, Toothache, llpntlache, Noro
Throat, Atuhnia, lloarxencas,
Ac, &.C, Ve.
" OTBm I. FTLTOX, I). D., Brooklyn, N. 7.
Provinif it.solf to boa nocoFsity in onrhomo."
P. A. WE8TKBVKLT, H. I)., Nashville. Tenn.
Have need large quantities of POND'S EXTItACT
In my practice."
Mr, 8. B. McCORD, Matron. Homo of Destituto
Chlldreu. " Wo find it most efficacious and iise
AH." Caution POND'S EXTRACT ia sold en'y in
tot Ilea with tbe name blown In tho glnn.
.9-It ie unsafe to use other articles with our
direction. Insist on having KIND'S EXTRACT.
fase ail imitation and subBtltutea, ,
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS OP TOWS EX.
TJ1ACT COMKINK1) WITH TTlK PUREST
s AND MOST liEMCATE PKUrtJilEd
FOB LAJJIEe) BOUDOtU.
..fiOc.f 1.00 and (11.75
Catarrh Cure 5
Inhaler (Gloss 00c.) 1.00
Nnl Kyrlnirn 25
Vetl(caUd l'apcr... 25
, Toilet Cream, i.... 1.00
Lip Salve 5
Toilet Soap (3 cakoa) go
Order amounting to ?5 worth, sent express frca
on receipt of money or P. O. order.
WOm Nlw Pami'Hlet with Histort or oun
JllUAIUTlOKJ, BlST I'UEE Oil APPLICAIIOX 10
POND'S EXTRACT CO..
XVC. 14th St.. Naw To-rk.
l a preparation of Pro'oxlcla of Iron, Penivlilll
Bark aim the Phoanhal) . aneoclntcd with the
Veyetable Aromatlci, Ktidorsed hy the Alfllcil
Profesalon, and recommended by tliem for
papain, Uenpral lrblllt J. Female lla
cmara, Wantof Vitality, Kervooa I'roa
(ration, Convaleneenee from t'twrrm
ad t'faroulc'lillla and Fvtpr. Itaervea
Tcry purjwao where a Tonic Is necessary.
MannfjctDiti bj The DrJarterMcine Co, St. Lonit
. The fbllowln It one of tho very many tcstlmo
tdais wa are retelvlUK dully :
Ceatreava.' Bome three months sro I bersn tho
DM of Du. liAiiTKit'H I HON To.sic, upon tha ad.
ice of many friends who knew Us virtues. 1 was
suffering from general deliillly to audi an extent
that my labor was exceedingly burdensome to Die.
A Tacation of a month did not give me uiueli ro
lief, but on Uie contrary, w.u followud by ln
creased prostration and sinking chills. At (hit
time I began the e of your InoN Tortio, from
which 1 realized almost Immediate and wonderful
results. The old energy returned and I found that
roy natural force was not permanently abated. 1
hava uted three bottles of the Ton it', fclnco uslrs;
It I have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In tha
Baiue time during my Illness, and with douhle tl
case. With the trunrjiill nerve and vigorof body,
liascomaalfoaeUtarncsaof tliouirht never before
enjoyed. If the Toxio has not dons Ui Work,!
Juiow nut what. 1 give It the credit,
, Mostgr&lefully yours,
i. P. WATMOy,
Troy, 0., Jan. J, M78. PaatorchriiUan Cborch.
' Sale by Drurjglsti and General Dealer Evtrywhirt
WONDERFUL if III il
Baeaaaa It srUOn tin I.IVEU, 110HtLh
aud KIDSK1S at tlis same time.
Saeattsa It aleanses the syttam of tha poison- E
ous humors that darelop In Kldnsy and tf rl-1 J
pauon, ru, of m unsumauam, nauraigia, a
Karroos Disorders aud Fsmal Comylalnta. L
IH WCAT TEOPLB th f
lagan IL 8lork. nf Jnnrtlnn CLt I
;, KiJlicf Woii cur.l Ulm nter ri guUr I'bT
uewns uati iweii trying fvrftMiryuaiia. '
ir. Jolm A mail, ot Wahlngtn, Ohla, ay
Z . f ' l'Vii hy four iiroiniiwiu u
phralelani aud thai lis iu altantudMourad b I I
M. Bl. 11. UMMRlH. Ml tfAlUlP In nili.. nl.li,
aya b was not aiiwUd lu lit, Iwlng u'ummJ
otjubu uciiar, nn a-iuiwy-noncurau mm.
Aaaa U Jamtt nf boMm Halrm. N. T., aoye
tlutlantau yaan miltrrlng from kldm y troiiMw
ana othrr miilicaUvua a andvd by the uat of
John R. lAWFMle of Jarlrilnii Tii,n . Kiff.Mil
Llfor years f rum llvar aud kldiioy tionlil.n am1
VZ J,"1 "arreia or uluar urtlloiiws,"
Kidney-Wort nuuiu him well.
KIcluH oto nf Mnntgnmery Tenter, Tt
affrelltflity-rwith kidtin' dlflli'iilty ami
was enabl tn work. Kldni y Won mad hiiu
"waUaaerer." . , , .
Constipation and Piles.
uOrlt l nut up In Wry Yegn.ble Farm, In
nneaiM, one (Hk-nuont whlrii umnrieli qimne
ot aatdielna. Al in Uul form, ery a
ntraua, for thuaa UiaLeauuv nadil tire
UT Masts mtk rua 4)raev a tiiUr form.
SKT IT aTTIIB DIIUUaUiTS. ritlCK, it.00
VELt.K. UICIU UUS0S A Co., rrep's,
(Wmasadthsdrrpoiit-pail) fit itLlsOTO,?!.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
ATlO'lm yoHO'lnl tniprodsnon ctiItu Premw
. Hra twcay, Kerron IMnhly, Ixist Manhurt, tcv
Jaylns; tried in tain errry hnoKn omcdj, bu ch.
aiiinptoaen out, wuiru ne m -tni thLis
Mlowiircrers, iMlrtntml A. il. itl.tr l..
' Linoolu's Kindness of Heart. -In
Ihe yar 1W0. II It. Kanrlall, now
a Vt'tcran in tlmLaml lii partmont of
the Uurlintorj & Missouri ltiver Ituil
roaJ, local od in Lincoln, Nob., rom
Incncptl learning: tlio irintin , business
in the MprinffliHil (III.) Journal ofllco,
then manapcil by tlin Francis brothtirs.
lie arrivwl in town in tho morning, and
was taken to . the irhilinr, oflite hid
clothing packed in a HiiialUrii.cd trunk.
It was a timo ot rat poliUeal excite
ment. Tho "log-cabin" ontlmsiasm was
at its liipht. Tho day of his Arrival tho
Whigs of Chicago cumo iii, bringing
with them n full-rigged richoonor on
wheuls, and made thoir headfiunrtcrs at
the Journal ollice. When the great con
vention adjourned, tho ('liicngo delega
tion loaded their ship and returned home,
carrying with them, by mistake, tho lil
tlo trunk of the new apprenlice boy. lio
was not long in discovering his loss. It
was his iirst great uiixforlune. A good
many miles from his Schuyler County
home, and among strangers, the poor
lad sat on tho sidewalk and bewailed his
loss. A benevolent-looking gentleman
camo along while the boy's grief was tit
its hight. Placing his hand on Dick's
head, he said: "What's the matter, my
s6n?" "Matter enough!" said the boy;
"fve lost my trunk and all my cloth
ing."' "How did you lose it?" again
queried the kind-hearted stranger. "1
put it in the front ollice. ami them Chi
cago fellows must a took it," "Well,"
continued tho tall gentleman, "don't
cry; I'll see If I can get it back for you."
Taking the name of tho boy and" a de
scription of tho little trunk, the stranger
departed. 'Within ten days tho missing
property was returned, and Dick Ran
dall's neart was mado Jiappy. ; The
stranger was Abraham Lincoln. In
speaking of this incident of long ago,
Mr. Kandall says: "My love and vener
ation for Mr. Lincoln have never falter
ed. The man who would thus interest
himself in the affairs of a strange child
must havo a heart in the right place,
and Abraham Lincoln's whole lio
proved that it was thus located." I
would state in this connection that, dur
ing Mr. Lincoln's occupancy of tho
Presidential chair, Mr. ltandall served
faithfully as Assessor of Internal Reve
nue iu one o,f the Central Illinois dis
Land, noticing tho enormous rise in
the valuo of Highland property during
the last twenty years, says: In 1S;)9 tho
estate of Torridon, in Ross-shire a
wild and mountainous territory on the
west coast of that county was bought
by Col. M'Barnet for 12,000. Thirty
years later the presont Mr. Darroeh, of
Torridon. purchased it for G:i,000 an
increase of more than 000 per cent.
Another west-coast property, that of
Attadalc, has had a somewhat le,s for
tunate history. In 18'.'2 Col. M'Barnet
bought it from Mr. Mathcson for 15,
000, but subsequently sold it for 9,000,
and in 1861 it was bought back by Mr.
Mathcson for 6,000. Tho Muirlown
estate adjoining tho property of Mr.
Sterling, of Faidburn, was sold early in
tho century for 12,000 to Mr. W. Mac
kenzie, by whoso son it was sold for
20,000. Tho then purchaser resold it
a few years back to Mr. btcrling lor
Tho English weights and measures in
common uso in market reports of agri
cultural product) are tints defined: A
truss of straw, 36 pounds; a truss of old
hay oflcr Sept, 1, 06 poinds; a truss of
new hay, CO pounds. Thirty-six trusses
constitute ft load. One stone of butch
er's meat is 8 pounds. An ordinary
stone is 14 pounds, a quarter is 28 pounds,
n huudred-wcight is four quarters, or
112 pounds, a bushel of flour .16 pounds,
a 6ack of flour, or live bushels, is 280
pounds. In dry measure three bushels
equal ono sack; of grain four bushels;
twelve 6aclts equal ono ciiawron; eignt
bushels or two sacks equal ono quarter,
and live quarters equal one load.
It is generally nelievetl tnnt a Jur.
Richardson, of isTew Jersey, first intro
duced lung plague from England, in a
shipment of short-horns, and. discover
ing the mio naturo or mo tuseaso,
stamped it out by the slaughter of 'his
whole herd, valued at lU.uuu. a sequel
to this is that some of the neighbors had
their stock infected by using tho hay
taken from a barn where tho diseased
cattlo had been. Thcro aro, however,
no recorded facts, by which this story
can uo corroborated.
It will be new s to somo pcoplo that
ostrich farming is attended with dangers
1o human life, although men engaged
in the business ure not always free from
assault from some vicious bird. In the
district of Victoria West, Capo Colony,
soino weeks nj:o a man was actually
kicked to death, by an ostrich on the
public highway, borne dispute arose
between them as to the right of way,
and before they bad settled it tha bird
had kicked and trampled on him until
lie was dead.
On the farm of Cornell university, a
cloublo roomed silo was built of masonry
last summer, and ono sido of it llllet
with fodder corn, which has been" sown
in rows cut in lino pieces. The whole
was put under a high pressure, It wns
lately opened, Tho contents Prof,
Rubers regards its well preserved, and
will soon begin feeding it to his stabled
cattle. H is semi-dry and has tho tart
smell, from tho partial fermentation
widen seems inevitable.
Emigration to Capo Colony from
Great ibi'.nln is fast incruaslng. For
18 'J tho returns show only l,:i.'l2 pml
grants: for 1880 tho number was 2,007
for 1881 it was 4,163. These 4,1M con
sistcd of 021 men, for government rail
ways, '.Mils artisans and domestic ser
vants, "68 agriculturists, and 4li8 recruits
for the Cape mounted riflemen. Tho
agriculturists took out with them In
money alone ai aggregate of $77,!i2d,
or a little over ijlOO for each man,
woman and child.
After an Investigation, based on actual
results obtained by several persons, tho
San Francisco Chronicle expresses tho
belief that a well-sMected and well-lend
ed vineyard ot raisin grapes (In Califor
nia; aucr mo KovBiiin year, Is good for
a net annual nrolit of S100 tn S.mhi nn
acre.- "Five acres of this sort of prop
crty," it adds, "would bo worth moro
to tho owner than 160 acres of tho best
wheat land in tho stato in the courso ot
fire years' cultivation.
"I do not fenr death," ho cried, but
nevertheless lie fainted when ono of the
bovs diuw a bead ou him with a wooden
Bolline Their Hair.
A foreign correspondent of tho New;
Orleans I'kamim describes how it is
done: ' i "
A hair market was held ft few days
since in Hclleharcs, Allier County It
was attended by it great many women
from sweet sixteen to vonerablo sixty;
There were four hair buyers. Eaeh had
Ids booth, whoso front was filled 'with -cheap,
gaudy calico cloths, worti at
the very outside twenty cents a yard.
In tho booth Were two men; both
armed, ono with a pair of scissors, and
the other with a yardstick. The for
mer would ask In an arrogant way, as
if ho did not want hair and was doing a
great favor if be condosccntled to touch
u peasant's hair,
"What do you want in exchange for
that?" i ,, '
"Fifteen yards. , .
"FifteenP If I glvo you four, six,
eight, thirteen" (this iiguro was rarely
.exceeded); "you may think yourself
very lucky!" The oiler accepted, ho
cuts tho hair, and the other man meas
ures out the agreed number ot jntrds.
sometimes tho "merchandise" is refused
as being worthless; tho head is too old.,
It takes about tivo years for a decent
fleece of hair to grow. ' i
Premature Loss of the Hajr .
may be entirely prevented hy the uso of
Burnett's Cocoaine. .No other compound
possesses tho peculiar properties which so
exactly suit tho various conditions jof the
human hair. It softens the liair when harsh
and dry. It soothes tho irritated scalp. It
affords the richest lustre. It prevents the
hair from falling off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not qrensy
nor sticky. It leaves no diBBgrceablo odor
It kills dandruff. ' j
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known
as the best. i
No one can realize, except my personal
experience, the anguish of mind and body
endured by sufferers from dyspepsia, in
digestion, constipation and other diseases
ot the stomach, Burdock Blood Bitters are
'a positive euro for this direst of all diseases.
' " A Signal Victory, j
Tho value of clectt icity as a remedial
agent has gained asianal wriory.vt i p e
judice, Thomas' E' lccii e 0 1 Simula i in
most in this clsss of coijiK"'il. TVb.i
nionials from idl pints tdiof theuurHrous
cures of rhi'iimmwni. neiits irin, hurts, and
sores, etc., sff'i ifd by its agency.
Tho8. Howard, H'ttdfti:.!. JV. writes: "I
enclose money for Sj- li t sini, ns I sai l
I would if it cured me; mv dyspopnin Iims
vanished with all lis symptoms. Mt'V
thanks; I shtill never be without It in the
houso. Price 50 cents, trial buttles 10 cts.
Wm. MjCahtkey, 88 Lloyd street, Buf
falo, N. Y., fell and sprained his ankle.
His employer, II. Anderson, 04 Main street,
procured some Thomas' Eelectric Oil, and
he says that a few applications enabled
him to go to work as usual.
A Cough, Cold or Rore Throat
should bo stopped. jNeglect frcquontl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disease or on
BUinption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tile Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Sneakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wido ami constant use for nearly
. - . . . . i
an entire generation, tney nave atraincu
well-merited rank among the tew staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2.1 cents a
'It is Curing Everybody."
writes a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is tho
.ft ...! II II T. .. 1 1,,
most popular memeiiiu we ecu. it biiouiu
be by right, for no other medicine has such
specific, action on tho liver, bowels and
kidney's. If you have those symptoms
. t ; - i ! - I .. .1 I
which inuiciiiu iinioustii'ss or iicnuigeu
kidneys do not fail to procure it and uso
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggists. Suit Luke city Tribune
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 8 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Avo., N. V. Sold iu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent, 1
On Thirty Pay's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli-'
imces on trial for 150 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relict and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. IllustHrtod pnmphlutg sent free.
Address Voltaio Belt.Co,, Marshall, Mich.
Will voir rupkkr with Dyspepsia arid
Liver Complaint? Hliiloh's, Vitalizcr's
guaranteed to euro you. Taut G. Schuh,
Y. ThomaH William.
Attoiinkt and fot Ktir.Ll.oit at Law,
WW practice In all Ihr? courts nf Vlnonrl and
Illinois, Inrnl nnrt eiiip mo; end u the failed
Htiuos court for Oiu Kastern district nf Misnnurl,
Claims, ciillottlmis, taxes, titles and loans at
Heal Batata boulit and M on (otnmlisloD.
fim Annul tmi ul riaal
UUMIaaa f Hv a. ma.
biting H,rtnUn Pilot
(4 u twit TtrUtlM f Citato,
atta, imal ri.tlt, Sm.
will at BMlita tail upm Ik.
tMl tl t ,. Mainv, tor pott
mni imfllMIIMt M
imtmt tmvlHti. M I.
rairanltnl IS W ul fln ,o.l,
Hw,wauHwi.aol lUlalA, ,
1TAH3 WaTCntH, Lomsrtlle, tf
r i v v xt
GREAT Ckum DESTI10V ER.
. Pittini? of :
V SMALL POX
E It ADIOAT E D
Hick rooms purl Hud kn
made jlenHan t.
Kevered and sick per
sons relieved and ro-
' frisuud liv hnthlnx
with ' hrotihvlar.tlo
' Fluid added to .Ike
Soft white complexions
secured by its use in
bathing - . , .
Impure air mude harm
lens mid )iurillml by
To purify Ilia breath,
cleaiiHu till) teeth. It
enn't be siirpasned.
Cnturrh relieved aud
Hums ti'lleved iimlf utly.
Bi'inoves all unpleassnt
I'lori purified andliual
ed. (isnnnma pre.
vented aud cured.
wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured In short
Tin ter drier) lip.
It isperfeeily Larmloss,
Fur torn thrust it is a
.dipt her i a
t hoierudi' rili.iluu.
Ship fever prevented by
In cii'es of death In the
honpu, It should si
mi)m be. used abiiut
the coi'pse it will
prevou' any utipless.
nnt smell. An anti
dote lor animal or veK
euble puisous. ftint;1'.
Duneermis elllnrlns of
ftrlc ronmssnd hnspit
nls removed by Its use
Yellow levur eradicated.
, la fact it la the (treat - ,
Disinfectant aniiPurifier. '
Mamtficturlns CUcmlets, SOLE fHOritlETORS.
It has been ascertained that the most luveternte
cases of netirelula are cured by FeUuwn' Svrup ol
llypopliofpliiles. utOlllyis llio principle ilis
tase erudleuted, but the pail" lit is made vigorous
aud nt ron 2 ; theetoma :h, the blood, the k In hecoux
heallhy, uud he obtains a new leaeu of eijoyuble
T he only satisfactory treatment of nonrnljla is by
s'ren(;tlienij))j ihe nervous system. A puisou with
slnniir nerves never sumrs from ih! disease.
The viriues of Fellows' Compound Syrup of lly
pophosphitesaru such that oilier remedies aru sel
The demand for Itr pophopbitet and otVer Phos
phorus preparation at the present dav, Is Israel?
owluif to thegood effects and sucrei's following the
Introduction of this art.clu in the United Suites
Should the Invalid have any difficulty In pro
cnrliie the Compound Syrup in his vlcimlv. li t lilm
not he nut oil' .villi any other remedy, becmie this
article has nut its equal In the diseases fur which
It is reeoinm- tided.
NOTK. Be suspicions of pera-itia who recom
mend any other artlrlu aa "JiiM as guiil." Tliu
highest class medicnl men In every liiruo cilv,
where It la known, recommend it. N
For bale by all Drng'lsts,
If you suffer from dyspepsia, nso
UUKPOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you aro afflicted with biliousness, nse
Jll'BDOUK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon aro prostrated with sick besrtacVe, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEH8
If your bowels are disordered rcejtilnto them with ,
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blond is lmmiro, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yon have indigestion, you will find an antidote m
BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTKK3.
If you are tronblod with spring cnmpla.nta, eradi
cate Ihom with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver la torpid restoro it to healthy action
with BURDOCK. BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver ia affected yoa will find a share restor
ative In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any species of humor or plmpte, fall
not to tnko BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ifyon havonnyslmptonuofulcars or acrofuloua
tores, a curativo remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
uothinjf can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervoni and General Debility, tone np the
Tf torn with . BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
PhlCI 1 MO BOTTLS i TllIAL SOTTLSS, lOCTS,
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prou'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For inlo by PAUL O. 8CHUH. ' .
by this simple ' 1vate
power Inveullon may
avoid all tho labor and
injury of driving her
Hewlni Mauhlne. Over
0,000 f these Backus
Wnter Mutors, nolwlem
aud ornamental, adapt
ed to all Sewlnit Ma
chines, are now kIvS
Two sires aro mado for
Household Sewlntr Jla
Wilnea lllve.SlS and
ti'iAO. Also lurxor
sines for fnrtory nemls
and for all kluds of ma
cnil tnr rireular to
BACKCS WATER atOTOjl C0 5ewark, N.
This Is tha
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DlilViJHJ LIGHT MACHIKKRY
1 takes hut tit 1 to room.
It never vets out of repair.
it canuot blow up. . ,
There la no delay no nrliiR tipi no ashea w clean
away) no extra Inmrance to nay) uo mpulr
. In it nnciiSHarvi no coal hills to pay,
and it Is alwava rondy for iis.
Jv , ItiHVervOheat).;
Only t'JOn, btntu paper you iuv tUlu ad. m
Cured mv little Kir I nf fit'. Site was al.o deaf and
diniili. I.nt It cured Iut. Klic ciin nuw talk nml In-sr as
well ai an) limly. i'HTaa Itoas. bprlugwater. Wis.
Bai been the mean nf curing my wife of rheumntltm.
J. li. Ktiruiian, Fori Culllu. Cot.
Made a sure cure ot a ce of ntt for my on.
U. I). lUi.i. iliiiusvllle. Kan.
- ' 8JAMARITAX XEIIVIXE
Cured meet vertigo. m-uniKia n1 skk h'siioch".
, -Mill. Wa. IIknsiim, Aurura, III.
' RAMAUITA.N EUVI.E .
Waa the means of curlmr my wlfeof tpasms.
, V ltav, J. A. Koia. Beaver, Pat
. SJIMAUITAN NERTIVR
Cnred me of asthma after soemllna over m i with
other doctors. S. li. ll'iiibos. Kew Albany, lad.
E3cctually cured uic of spums.
Sims Jkvnii WAaaair.
710 Weil Van Murva St.. ChtcaKU, IU,
Cured our child of flts after Blven up to die by our
family iihyili'lan. Ithai liwovi r ml In II hours.
IUnbv Rnkk. Vurvllla. Warren Co., Toon.
' SA.MARITA. NEBVIXB
Cured me of scrofula after an rf-'rlnff f"r e'?ht years.
Aluikt Siai'sos. i'oorla, HI.
Cirred myiunuf flu, after spendlns; f'i with other
doctors. J. W. Tuorston. Clallxirn, Mist,
Cured me permanently of epIlcpMe flts of a stubVirn
character. Ksv. Wm. Martin, Muclianlutown.Md.
Cured my tun or fltt. f ht bavin had 2. VO In rlKhtcen
uontlu. Mi:h. K. Foaea. Wi st Potsdam, X. V.
Cured me of eplb-psy of nine years''standlng.
Miss Oklkna MAr.niAi.L,
Oranliy. New ton Co., Mo.
Haspurmancnily cured me of epilepsy nf tnanyyesrv
durailun. Jacoii Sitir. SI. Joseph, Mo.
Cured mc of bruuelililt, atthini snd aener.il d hllliy.
ouvan Mriiis, ironton, olito.
fl lMAHIT.VN NERVINK
Tint cured me of atiluna: a so nerufula of many years
suDdlng. 1.iac JawzLh tovlngiuu, Ky.
Cun'! me of Ills. Have been wml fur over fonr yarn.
ClIAIlLKS K, C'UKl lS. Osikklt.DullKlatl CO..JIIUO,
NAM A RITA N NERVINE
Cured a frieud of mine who livl dy.ueptia very badly.
.NVicimuO Coysoa. Rldtrway, Ta.
HAM A RITAN NERVINE
Haspermaucuily 'iire.l 111- of epli' pile fltt .
David Tukmiii.v, O tMolnet, Iowa.
Cured my wife of ipll py of .v, vesnsiandlntr.
Hs.vav CLir.it Fairfield. Mich.
Cured my wiieof aufrv.m, dNeune of the head,
K. Ukaiia-m. North Hope, Pa.
Cured my tun of flu. He hat not hid a at for about
fuurjenrs. John Davis,
Woodburn Macoupin Co., 111.
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William Klrallnn, nf Htratton Bird, wholeial.
grocers 1 Paul U, Hchiiti, wholesale and retail draii
gist : Haiiiu Lfluliloti, commission merchant! Jas. '
H. McOnhey, liiinhur dealer) J, 1. Oordon, phys
ician ; J . A . (ioldstinu, of Imldstliie ft Rosnnwater,
wholesale and retail dry Roods, etn) Wm. F. Pitch
er, liuneml aiietit; HiinryB. 'Kills, city printer asd
book blitdi r; Chnsley Haynoa, Conner! Jno. C.
White, assistant secrniary and sollcltori Albert
Lewis, dealur In four and train P. Bros, presi.
do lit Alexander County Bank G. W, Hendricks,
vonirnclor and hinldert Cyrus Close, general
Kent ; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law 1 L, N, Thomas, broom manufacturer t W. V'
Uitssol, contractor and bulldert O. T, ltudd
aeut C. Ht. I.. N, U. rnllaosdj.Moses l'hlllips.rar
i.enieri II. A. Chnmhlov, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Ilov, ,. Hpencer, clHrRvmau.Ht IahiIs, Mo.) J. II.
ltctuuno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, C'narlc.
ton, Mo.) J. 11. Moore , lawntr, Coramerco, Mn.t
I). WlnKlelnrv, phvslclau, Arlliiffton, Ky.) J. W.
Tarry, phvslclau, Fulton, Rv. Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv. llv.) A, dtelnhacli, manuiaotarer of and
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tonipurluloudfiitC.St. L.N O. ratlsoat), Jack
son.Teuu.til. H. Robertson, phvslclau, While
vlllu.Tetin.l ThomnsA. Osborn, harness maker,
Ilolivar.Teiiu.t Wm. L. Walker, "Dlnto Adver
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