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THE AFfllCnj CVERTVHtRE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
JRIUtfH OF THE AGE..
SYMPTOMS OF A
.. TORPID: LIVER.
loss of pptlt1Niiii(e,bcwl costive,
FaTnln theHead.wlthe dull sensation in
the back perQinjyirleQhe ihoulder
tliJeTntSTtereitfnK, with a disln:
? i ollMlioinir6rtlbn ofboiijr prjnlnd,
Xiritttbillt jofte viw7ttOwjmniuj,JjMU
ofWemory'wlt feelim of Baslna; nefc
rectodTioine dutjwoMineM, Dissinesa,
rrutHnirof theHeirt, Dotabefore th
Bess at clghtrhiCPlycobrcd urine.
,. II XHE8X WiEJraGS AEX XTJTHXEDH).
' SERIOUS DISEASES W1U SOON BE DEVELOPED.
1 of fowling- to a'tontah the, BnfTerrr.
' Mr to TmU Pr.b, Ihnu fhe aymern 1
orlMHMl.Ba W t iilrTMlc ArMMon tht
LtlavaSlv' Orawna, Reymlnr Hintm an jro
. , dticed. frir ft cnta. a. M iirrny Wt- W.T.
TUTPS HAIR DYE.
Ohat Uin orWwimtriw chanted to a Ouwiv
Black by a inirl application of this Dvx. It
Impart a natural color, act Instantaneously.
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KTm, Klirumatlam, iioMm, I Icera, Old .
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Throat, Asthma, Howraeucaa,
A., Ax., Ac.
JtSTDt B. FCLTO, P. D., Brooklyn, . T.
ProTin(tlteiriobeaneoeiiityln our home."
r. A. WE8TKBVELT, M. ., KwtiTilla. Tenn.
- Hart need large qnautiUoa of POND'S EXTRACT
la my praotlna."
Ira. 8. B. HcCORR, Matron, Homo of Dcatitute
Children. " We find it moat efficacious and ua
ul." Caution.-POND'S EXTRACT In sold en.'y In
bottle with the name blown In the Rlau.
mr It i unsafe to use other article with onr
direction. Jnalat on harinff POND'S XZTIUCT.
Jlefuas all imitation and substitutes, i .
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Inhaler (Glaaa 50c) I.Ort
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El a preparation or rrotoxwe or iron,
lark and the PhoaphaU't, aaaorlatvd
(rell)l Aromatlcs. Endoraod hy Ih
. Pnib.aalnn. ud recnmmcnrivd br theui for Dye-
MMla, ! Debility. s-Vmnle lla
, HatM taf THal Dv, Mrrvoeis Prw
trallna. Ceairmlrerrnrr' frm Fevore)
stael Ckrwalc t'bllls ! Fer. Itaervea
every purpoae where a Tonic I necessary.
iinfadirri by The Br. Barter Bedidne Co, SL Looit,
Th fbllowln 1 one of the verjr many teitlme
alala we are roctlvlnn dally i
Cnllnn:-Some three mnnlhi airo t berail the
a of Ia. liARTEH't Ihoh Tonic, upon the ad
Tire of many friend who knew It Ttrtuei. I was
offering Irninieneral dchlllijf to such sn extent
A vacaUon of a month did nut clve me much re
lit t, but on the contrary. il Pillowed by In
' ereaiwd prostration and sinklna chill. At thlt
' Unia I beam the um uf Tour IiiON TnHIO. from
which I realised alinnat Immediate and wonderful
reaulta. The old energy returned and 1 found that
bit natural foroe was not permanently ahated.
iral forse was not permanently ahated. 1
hare used three bottle of (he Tonic. Since ualnf
At 1 have done twice the labor that I ever did In the
same time durlnt, my lllne, and with double the
same time duniif my lllne, and with flouMe the
Sftu. With the irmnnntl nunc and vlaoroTbodr.
ha com alao elearnea of thoncht nrTr before
v, enjoyed, if in Tonic has not dune
If the Tonic has not dune the work,!
Troy, 0-, Jaa. 1, IS7S. ' f'aitor CurtaUaa Chorah.
ReesinltacUea the I.tTKK, HOWtLS
sal XIDMKVS at the same time.
Bseanse It eleanae Ui ayatem of th poiaea
sw huaorathat dsvalop In Kldaey and Uri
nary Disease. BiUousneea, Jsundloa, Constt.
psHen, File, or In Aheumstiam, Msuralia,
Xerroua Uterder and fesiale Complain la.
vn It. mora, of Junction City. KnM.
my. man,. Wort eti iid him aiur rulu l'Ui
Man bad btaaerrlna forioor tvar.
mr joliu Snwll.of WaalilnKtan, Ohio, aaT
lMrlxwu(iviiiiiiluilUi l. f,.up nroinlnwil
M. M. p. Ouodwln, aa editor In Charrlon. Ohio,
yi ha l iixvu-U to Ufa, lilns liluatsd
bnoad Ullef, but KliliMi-Wurteureulilni.
Anna f. Jarrelt uf South Ralrm, It. T y
lhl him er. auirvrlns IroiM klilner truuhl.
wi owirr compucmuvu aa mh1u bjr lb UM r
JoknB.Uwreneanf JcVon, Tenn., aulftml
A lltn frMM llffM Alid kltliii, ItoiiIiIh.
5.'.Tr .:.'" 'i"i or oilier IswdloUM,'
Wehal (Vit of Mniitftmery fVnler. VI,
aaered elhl iwi uh aldm-r dlmrtiltr am
was iinaiila tn work. Kidnri (Vert aiail hlai
- .wi M ,r."
IConctlpAtlon and Pilot.
lar la pub u la arrr Teawtabt wmb
a aaaa. aa aacaaM nf whleh mum ut .nu.
aaaiiaaaa, far thos that aauaaTWaaiif
.OrslaeUwirt Sfaal ejletoawe as siiW ftrm.
I ORlTATTUKUIICUUISTa. I'lllia. I.M
I WILMl.BlcnAKPilOJI Ate., Pres.,
LCSt MANHOOD RE8T0RID.
. ' Arietlimef yeaitMnl Imwudenoe eamina I'rtm.
tare Decay, sfarrous IbUty, Lost MsnlwH, ete,
Lm(u triad Aa ease ararr kaown iwtnedr. b dia-
anMred stMple self cure, which he wlU tid mi.K
la bH luUow.sttOerer, eddresl J. II. HtX tt,
Ma HWIOIIM OU. W. la T
i Tha Van Who Outsnffered AIL
Thpy re making lot ol f ust otrr
thiif, fiitt thut the Jcnmictte ' mirvlvor
er"fe c'oT)peir d t) Mto on wnlru Lido
for ir wkt," HftU Uin't-nderfiT
down t tha club U other nlht: "lust
as though that waa M) thlnp; ao terrible.
' Now, if thv hnd gne through tli
lianlshipn that I have, they might talk."
"Cool'i " been " burning your buck
whonU. I mnpoiteP". laW Bgg, with
satirical wink. .
"Oh! Tm in eamet," akl PirTender
fer. "For lni!tnofl, I wan lot on s
Michigan prairie- once, and for three
days lived on a single livid mouse I
"That's nothing," naid another mem
"Ain't, ehf Another time I was ahip
wrecked in the, South Seas. Floated
around on a raft sixteen days with noth
ing to eat but a pair of old bootlegs
among ten of us."
. fJood, aoft calfskin isn't no bad,"
critically ohsorvod Skidruore, who claim
ed to hare been a pirate, or something,
In early life.
"Then, on an other occasion," snid
Diffenderfer, bracing vp again, after
awhile, "I wiu kicked by mistake in a
bank vault and had to subskt over Sun
day on government bonds and coupons."
"Lota of men doing that now," said
old Ltutts, prutfly, i ' '
"I escaped from the rebs, during the
war, at New Orleans," said tfio narra
tor, growing paler nnd more determined
as ho went on, "nnd for six weeka hid in
a swamp and lived exclusively on the
cast-off skin of an alligator."
"You .should have boiled it," said
Guffey, calmly. "That's the way I used
to do 'in Africa."
Tlicro was a silence that could be cut
with a knifo after that for ionic time,
when, lust as the crowd wan chuckling
over the supposed extinguishment of tho
story teller, lMcnderfcr took the bit in
his teeth and made one more desperate
brush for the lead.
''But, gentlemen,'' he continued,
solemnly, "those were hardships, In
deed; but nothing, absolutely nothing,
compared to an experience I onco en
dured in this city about three year ago.
Thiough an unfortunate combination of
circuniHtanccs I was compelled to eat
three hotel steaks in one w eek!" And
with awestruck faces tha sympathizing
crowd arose and awarded the survivor
the ofllcial cake. San Francisco I'osL
The Outcome of a Connecticut tfan'a Ven
ture in Florida.
Decidedly the most notable flguro In
the history of Florida development is
(ifncral Sanford, a Connecticut man.
His life has been a brilliant one. He in
herited a large fortune, married another,
and by tho luckiest ventures added
largely to both. He always lived lavish
Jy and had loose business methods, but
an irrepressible luck attended all his in
vestments. Ho made considerable mon
ey in the Wheeler & Wilson Company.
'J lie most of his life has been spent in
diplomatic service. When iiito young
he went as Secretary of Legation to St.
Petersburg, and was for some time act
ing Minister to France in the absence of
Mr. Hirers, whose chief clerk he was.
For several Years ho was Minister to
Helgium, and was reappointed by Mr.
Hayes, but the Senate failed to confirm
. His investments in Florida began with
the purchaso of '20,000 acres a Spanish
grant, afterward known as the Sanford
grant. He paid $.10,000 for thin, and at
onco began a series of. improvements.
Ho built two hotels at an expense of
about $G0,O00, and laid out tho town of
Sanford, which now has over 1,000 in
habitants. Ho eitabliidicd a grove on
tho edge of Lake Mon vo at a cost of
fJO.OOO, and then finding the ground
and exposure unsuitable, transplanted
it and established the now famous Ho
lair grove. Ho intended to make this a
nursery of all fruits ad'tptcd to Florida,
ana therefore Imporlca the best orange,
lemon, lime, fig, citron and guava trees
at great cost, uutil he had spent $100,-
000 on the grove. It is estimated that
ho expended over $200,000 on his grant,
nmkiii" the total cost about f'Jo0,OH).
Ho sold probably about f 100,000 worth
of lands and lots to settlers, and a short
tirao since sold the bulk of the rest to an
English company for ,')00,000. Ho re
served however, his Uclalr grove, worth
t".r),(X0. Somo say that lie also rcsorv-
ed the two hotels, and others that he re
served also one-third of what he sold,
and in the meantimo 6,000 acres liavo
been added by later purchase. lie clear
ed a very nandsomo fortune by his
Florida investment, besides develop
ing one of tho best suctions of the State.
At onetime he came near being elected
L lilted States Senator from Horliia.it
lM'ing said that he failed through lack
of nerve. Ho now lives in lieMum.
having proceeded tliure immediately up
on his nomination by Mr. Evarts, never
creaming unit lits eonimnalion would
fail. Ho fitted up an elegant home thero.
and is bound to keep it for several years,
ile is an agreeable, accomplished gen
tleman, and believes thoroughly in tho
future of Florida, He has large inter
ests in Alabama and Louisiana lives
happily, gratilics every whim, and keeps
biiHV under a stcuilv struairt of itimu!
luck.- From Florida Corretpoudcnce of
the Atlanta 0a Constitution,
Women are especially valuable in the
treasury service, many of them rising to
the prollciency of experts. This is enpo
cialiy true of them as rapid and accurate
counters, as restorers of mutilated cur
rency, and as counterfeit detectors. A
rikan will examine a note systematically,
aim nciiueo logically irom tho engrav
ing, blurred vignette, or indistinct signa
ture, that it Is a counterfeit, and? be
wrong four cases out of ten. A woman
picks up a note, looks at It in a desul
tory fashion of her own. and anvsi.
'That's counterfeit." "Why?" "llneauso
I'll," sho says promptly, and she is
ngui in cioven cases out ol twelve. let
this almost unerring accuracy is by no
mean Vn result oi mere instinct or ol
hap-hamd chance. It is the sequence of
subtlo perception, of fine, keen vision,
anu oi exquisite sensitiveness of touch,
A naturally quick woman will In time
command a skill In her work which it Is
impossible for mon to attain.
It takes fight hundred foil
to nuiko a tablespoonful of tho famous
ponuine, ana you can get enough per
fume out of an onion to drive a dog on
a gallop out of a slanghter-house, And
J et wo admire tho rosu uioru than wo do
luQ OUlott, ex.-...
CAIRO BUIXETlNi SATURDAY MOKNINO, MARCH !5, 1888,
GREAT GEitk DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Ulcun pu rifted end heal,
ed. (ianftrene pre
vented and cored.
Wound healed rapidly.
Scurry cured la short
Tetter dried up.
It lapfirfec ly harmless.
tor sore throat It le a
E E ADICAT X D
Sick rooms pari fled end
Fevered and sick per
son rellcred na re
frraned bv bathing
Fluid added to th
Soft white complexion
seenrod by its uae In
Impure air msdo h arm
Ship fvr (irevenUid by
In ciaes of death In the
bona, It should al
ways be used about
the corpse If will
preveut any unpleas
ant smell, An anti
dote for suln al or veg
etable poisop. atlnga,
let ana panned iy
To purify the breath.
cleanse tha teeth, It
can't be turpaaaed.
Catarrh relieved end
llitrna it'lleved instantly.
Hears prevented .
Keniove tn unpleasant
Dsnserou eflluvtaa nf
tick rooms and hplt
als removed by lis use
Yellow lover eradicated
In fact It I the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
MsnufacturlDK Chemlits, SOLE FKOPKIKTORS,
It has been ascertained that the most Inveterate
csaea of neuralgia are enred by fellows' Byrnp of
llypopDurphllos. rmomyi me principle ma
cane eradicated, but I ho patient Is made vtirornns
and a troll it: t!icatoma:h.thc blood, the eklu become
healthy, nnd be obtains t new lease of ei Joyshl
1 ho only satlafactory treatment of ncnrtlirla Is hv
s'renRtheninK the nervous svatom. A pel son with
alronif nerves never sunvrs irom tniaisesse.
The virtues of Kellowa' t'oinponnd;Syrup of Hy
pnpbosphltt'S are such that other remedies are set
The demand for IlrDODbon'hltes and other Phoa
phorus preparatiou al the prcaeiit dar, Is largely
owluir to the good effect and ucces following Ibe
introduction or this srt.cie in the inueusinics
Should the invalid have anr dlfllcul.y tn pro
eurlne the Compound Syrup in hlavlclultr.let him
not be nut off with anr otbrr remedy, becanae this
art cle has not It equal in lie dlseaius fur which
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Cared my llttl ifrt ef St. She was alas deaf aad
dumb. l It cured her. She caa now talk and hr a
wall a anybody, rsrsa noaa, epnua-waicr. nu.
AMAM1TA1I MEBITIsI B
Bat bees the menrt e.iirlni my wife of rbenmailini.
: i. u. nrrciiBa, rort veiua. vek
stade a sure cur of a ease of St for my ton.
. D. II4I.L, niaiiaviiie, aw.
Cured me ef vrtlgo. eunifla and alrk headache.
saaa. nu. ii.a.ui. .ivi
Ahf .1KITAM KEBTIKE
liar. m. . .
Cared me of asthma after tpendins over l (M) with
ether destora. 8. ft. llontox. Me Albany, lud.
. -AVAMABITAN KEBTI -
KSectnany cured aw of inunM.
740Wet Van Buna at. Chk, III
AMAB1TAM BEBTISfB -
Cared our child f St after siren S te die sf r
family phyalrlaa. It hvlnovi ml la M boar.
iibubt ikaaa. twhi tiwi..vvii it..'
Csred me of scrofula fter aulterlni tor eleht yetes.
axaiBT siartoa. rwna. iu.
Cured my aon of fit, after apendlni M.M wlthetktr
doctor. J. W. TbosntoX. C 11 bora. Mil.
Cared m permanently of eplleptle It of a stohhora,
coaracur. hit. ni. Rtiris,arciuuuciivica,ia.
Cared my sob of flu. after harms had 10 la elfh'srs
raatb. Ma. K. Fobs. West rotsdam, ii. T.
Cared m ef epilepsy of nlae rears' standln.
Uraaby. Xwtoa Co.. Me.
Raa permaaeatly cured me of e.llepar of manyyarS
durailoa. JcosbOTa, St. Jowpo. tie.
Cared m of broncbltl. aathm and ffeaeral delifllty,
Olivis Mraaa. Ironlon, Ohio.
Raa rnri ni of auhma: a i arrufula of many yean
standlnt. Iiaaojiwau. Covlngioa, .
Cared m of Si. Hv bri well for over four ysara.
Cbasls K. CiBTia. Oaakia.Ouuala4C..Mta.
Cured a frkad ef mia who had draper! very badly.
MacaasLO Coaxoa. Uldw;. r.
'"AMABITAX XEBTIXB -
Haa peraaarBlly cared ntr of epileptic All
Davis Tbsislt, Ie Mulaet, lews,
Cured my wlK wf epll- pay of yean n.iKttnr.
UsxBVCLasK fairtfuT. Mich.
, AM ABIT AX XEBTIXE
Cured my wife of a nerron. diw-a of the heaiL
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Tha Bet Known Rmdy for
Baekaeh or Lam ch.
Rheumatlam or Lam Joint.
Crampa or Sprain.
Nuralla or Kldnv Dlaoo.
Lumbasto, 8roAehr lalno
Are Betawrsaw I II etbet Martevw
Are Baperlew ! 1 Jalaaeate.
Are SwpeH ! OIaete e Oetleee
They Act Iaaaacdlately.
They Believe Pain Al One.
They Feel lively tare.
UHU I lUlllnol allow roar drafrist U
palm iiff some other plaster havms; a similar
sonndlnr name, dee that the word U spelle
C-AMM-N I. Price Mete.
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TBAOI Mae. The Oreat KnR-
Ilesj remedy, Aa
nafelllug cure Aw
SuhiNev sad all
I aeaess that folow
ss a eequeoeo
of MlfHthuaei as
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dimness of vision, premature old atre, d many
other diseases that lead to liuaullv, coaiamptloa
or aj) re mature trrave.
tarfull iwrticulars la oar pamphlet, which we
deeiaa to send free hv mall to evervoue. UTThe
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