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THE GREAT GERMAN
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.'l Neuralgia, 'j
. ! BACHACHIi,
SORE THROAT," :
Soransii, Cutt, Brunei,
Ill KMt, tUALIHi,
Aud all other bodily sulies
flfn CENTS BOTTLE.
Hold by all DrtiKtflitt and
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Haiti mopf, M4., V.H. A.
The Daily Bulletin.
'OLD TKIM" SERMONISES.
Domiola, July 1st, 1883.
After all the deludes of rain, ravnjjcs of
cyclonea- ami evil prognosticationa of the
weatlier-wiae, Duugola is Htill mtact and all
her citizens alive and io good health, at
least all who have not had a discharge
through the regular and natural cliuiirjul. A
goodly number of Dongolriim, have read so
much of cyclnuea, that they have in nuny
instance almost become imbecile. Let a
dark and anry cloud corameuce forming
in the west, mid the distant multeiins ol
the thunder be heard, and you will see pale
facea not a few, aud then cellars aud cattle
guards ou the I. C It. II. are resorted to in
double quick fashion. It has been truly
said, " Tis conscience that makeg cowards
of us all." Very many have read bo much
of tornadoes that any little cloud allowing
signs of a storm throws them into a perfect
freeze Tnis is all wrong, and very foolish,
aid it would hi advantageous for pop'o so
easily terrified, to stop reading about storms
and quit watching tho clouds, remembering
that tliey nre all the time in the hands of
Him who ridetli on the wings of the w ind
and governed! both storm and sunshine.
In this world of our, it is appointed unto
all to die ti I so when fleeing Irom the
Btorm or the p"8tilence, we uiny step upon a
surpint whose sting may produce death, in
a few m on nits. Tin true it is our duty to
fortify ourselves a'Mnst nooideuU that
would do us great ditinageand perhaps pro
duce death, but it is not our duty to imag
ine every little thunder cloud curies with
it a cyclone, and that just &) soon as it
reaches our vicinity, we must pbs in our
checks. It is all uonbensc and wicked, so
let every one who may chance to read this,
abandon such foolishness as storm-watching,
quit thinking about dying for it is an
unpleasant subject to contemplate. Our
business should be, to study about living;
living right, so that when we must die we
may die tij.'lit.
Hev. DeilFeiibich, of the Lutheran
church, presetted on the 30th tiny ult., in
the Union church, in Dongola, of the test,
"Remember the Sibbath dy to keep it
holy," ct'., and to gay that the sermon was
not a yraud one would be to eiy taU'y
Sabbath desecration is tho crying sin of the
present ue. It is more heinous than all
othnr sins combined, and should be Wench
ed down by every preacher in this free land
of ours. Wo feci quite thaukful to Rev.
DeitFiiibich f' the effort he made to warn
the people not to desecrate liod's Holy Sib
Whe-it Inn vest in Union county is iu the
put and we tiro sure the crop was good
Threshing Is next in order, mid after that,
to haul tli" wheat to Xeihauers' inaiiiuiotli
mill atnl get the highest price for the wheat
Hut this has nothing to do with Cuhl's old
to vii mill that might be bought clic.per
thin tin.' one he sold to Poor and Davis.
Making Use of Whits Folks.
Out on 1 VoiUtIou's lines, mid ne;ii'
the spot v lu'i'ii lie Minvii'h'ivd Yii-ka-burg
to (ii iint. 1 ennie to a -pot mi tho
highway w here the ruiul mirrored to
about ti n feel. :iinl just hero win !i faded
Old Illlllo hitehed : t Wilgnll loaded
with h quarter of a eonl of wood. The
niuli! was up to his knees in mud and
llii) wagon was stalled. Kerning inv
horso oil to the left 1 took :i circuit
through tlic thiek woods and muMt'iily
ennui upon n colored man seated on n
log nmt hall asleep.
"What an you doing here?'' 1 asked
"Waitin'," w as his prompt reply.
"Say, boss, did you luru in from do
"Saw big mud-hole out dar I reck
"Saw an olo rat cull'd mewl stuck
fast in do mud?"
"Well, sah, dnt stabli.slitncut b'longs
CO dis individual."
"Then why on earth don't yotip'tlho
wagon out mid move on to town? '
"Hckuso do do mewl wohi't pull, no.'
beknso Izo dono tired of liftin'. But
it's all right, boss, I Isn't worried."
Just .tlm n wo heard tho sound oi
wheels coming up, and ti team, with
two men hi tho carriage, hud to halt.
Ihey called "Nigger!" three or four
times, and tho miin on tho log winked
to nio to keep quiet. Receiving no re
ipon.se, they got down, und wliilo one
played tho whip over tho old boast, the
other lifted on tho wheel nnd tho wnpon
was rushed out on solid ground so that
the carriage could pass. When It was
aut of hearing the lm-ro started for the
road in a leisurely tnunnor, and chuck,
tod over his shoulder:
"Dat's what I was waltln' fur yawl
raw! Toll you what, boss, dar'a nullln1
like mitklu' de whlto folks take hold an'
help boost dit oand of do kentry up a
few foot! Whoa, dar, Napoleon! Now
you walk on widdat Wttglul" M. Quad
JOB MOSES' REWARD.
How the Oolebrated Bradford Oil Fields
Wera DiacoYcrsd and Developed.
Job Moses, to whoso faith In tho exis
tence of petoleum in the now fainoiu
Bradford! region, nud to his pcrsisfenco
in manifesting his faith by his works,
led to tho development of tho territory
and transforming u wilderness into one
of the most populous and wealthy com
munities inVeunsylvania, has sold his
vast possessions in the region nnd re
moved to New York Citv. Twenty
years ago the oil excitement "in Oil Creek,
in tho lower field, was at its height, and
Moses, having made a large fortune in
Satent medicines, with headquarters in
ochester, wus attacked by the oil fever.
The symptoms in his case took the form
of a mania to develop a new petroleum
Held, and investigalhwis led him to Brad
ford, in the valley of the Tunungawaut
creek. Ho advanced the theory at once
that there was a vast lake of petroleum
underlaying the whole region, and he
set about securing territory "upon which
to test bis theory. Bradford was then a
mere hamlet of "a score or so of Hcatter
ed families, depending on lumberingaud
farming for support. When Moses be
gan his operations the business of the
Bradford branch amounted to about $2,
000 a month, and when he made the
prophecy that tho day was not distant
when that amount would bo increased
ten-fold through the oil that would bo
found on all sides of it, tho belief that
he was crazy was streughtened in the
For thirteen years Job Moses pros
pected among the mountains and
through tho valley, his faith never wav
ering. Then his fortune was exhausted,
and ne had thousands of unproductive
rocks and forest on his hands. At that
time oil wells were drilled to a depth
of not over nine hundred feet, at which
depth the deposit was found in the low
er field. When Moses had spent all his
money, the earnestness and enthusiasm
with w hich he (dung to the theory that
there was oil in the region led outside
capitalist j to come to his aid. In
the idea occurred to someone it is not
known exactly to whom now that it
would ho a reasonable risk to drill a
well deeper than tho lower region depth.
This was dono, and at the depth of 1,
.100 feet the oil sand was found, and a
fifty-barrel flowing well was struck. It
was discovered then that the Bradford
oil was in a third sand, w hile the Oil
Creek deposit was in a second sand,
below the surface.
The strike created much excitement
in the valley, but outsiders had no faith
in tho extent of the tield or the "last
ing" qualities of the sand. Job Moses
had, however, and ho was content to
await events. He held on to his land,
ami w ell after well was put down, every
one proving to be a good producer. But
it was not until 1H7T that the persistence
and pluck of the pioneer oil-operator in
the McKean field were crowned with
full success. The wells in tho lower
field had long ceased to How, and the
supply of oil depended on the pump.
The Bradford wells were notonlv (low
ing wells, but they flowed month after
month without any perceptibledecrea.se
in their yield. The now tield could no
longer bo ridiculed nor ignored, and in
1876-7 that remarkable exodus of opera
tors from all the other oil-fields to Brad
In tho first three months of 1S77 the
population of Bradford increased from
800 to 8,500 actual inhabitants, while
tho transient population operators
coming and going was at least 10,000.
In March, 1877, the monthly receipts of
the liradford branch of the l-.ne railway
had grown to $35,000. then more than
fulfilling the prophecy of Job Moses,
madefourteen years before. Over $100,
000,000 came into the Bradford tield in
four years, and all other fields were
nearly deserted. And Moses had his re
ward. The fortune he had spout in de
monstrating to the incredulous and
coflini community that there was oil
in tho Tuuungawant valley and all tho
hills about it was returned to him a
hundred-fold. Last week, satisfied with
the results of his twenty years' labors
in the region, he sold out the seven
thousand acres of land hestill held, and
all his other property at and about
Limestone, which place he selected as
his residence early in the history of tho
field; and, as stated, will tako up his
residence in New York. The great oil
iield to the development of which his
etl'orts directly led has been rapidly de
clining for a year and more past. There
is no more new territory to drill, and
the old wells are not averaging more
than four barrels a day. and mo-t of
them are pumped at that. Many of
them have failed entirely, and the pro
duction of the w hole district can not be
move than 35,000 barrels a day. Rut
there am stored in the tanks of the oil
regions over 81. twio.noo barrels of pet
roleum, surplus production, of which
probably eight-tenths came from the
west of the northern lield. Bradford,
however, will continue to be a prosper
ous city even after the oil supply is en
tirely exhausted, for industries and bus
iness enterprises havo been founded
thero w hich do not depend on oil traflie
aud operations for their existence, and
there aro vast coal and lumber districts
yet to be developed, The poreverenoe
of Job Moses anticipated tho growth
and prosperity of tho cntiio northwest
ern boundary of Pennsylvania at least
twenty years. I'orrcomkncc JV. Y,
m - m
A Very Sensitive Plant.
A singular species of acacia is grow
injr at Virginia, Nov., which shows all
the characteristics of a 'sensitive plant.
It is about eight feet high and growing
rapidly. Wnon the bud sets its leaves
fold togethor, and tho cuds of tho twigs
ooil up liko a pigtail, and if tho latter
aro handled there is evident uneasiness
throughout tho plant. Its highest slate
of agitation was rcaohod when tho tree
was removed from tho pot In which it
was matured into a larger ono. To use
a gardener's expression, it went very
mad. It had scarcely been placed in
its new quarters before tho leaves began
to stand up in all directions, like tho
hair on the tall of an angry cat, and
soon the whole plant was iu a quiver.
At tho same time it gave out a most
elckening and pungent odor, resembling
that of rattlesnakes when tensed. Tho
smell so llllod tho houso that it was
necessary to open tho doors and windows,
and it was full au hour before the plant
calmed down and folded its leaves in
place. San Francisco Ncwt-Lttkr,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
A r-'ufl'erei' From Itlicumatism,
I limped ubout for years with a cane,
and could not bend down without excruci
ating pain. Parker's Ginger Tonic tflected
au astoolidiiDg cure and keeps me well. It
is Infallible. M. Guilfoyle, Binghamton,
The Entrance to the Catacombs
is not more forbidding thsn a mouth dis
mantled of teeth. Tuis distiuurement is in
most instances, the cuustqueuces of a want
of attention to tlu-m in youih. but is happi
ly pieventible, with KOZODONT, used as a
stunip speaker once urged his auditors to
vote, "early and often." This ftsple article,
is a thoroughly reliable means ot rendering
the teeth ornarneutal and serviceable. The
press and medical profession indorse it.
One Suffering Soul Happy.
"If I can send one sufTennir soul to you,"
writes James Corbin, of Washburn, III., "I
will be happy Samaritan Nervine cured
me, and will cure all cases ot fits." $1.50.
I have been a Hay Fever sufferer for
three years; have often heard Ely's Cream
Balm Bpoken of in the highest term; did
not take much ttock in it because ot the
many quack medicines. A friend persuad
ed me to try the Balm, and I did so with
wondc rlul success. Tliis recommendation
you can use for the benefit of Hay Fever
sufferers. T. S. Oeer, Syracuse, N. Y.
Price 50 cents.
Louis T. Sullivan, East St. Louis, III.,
says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best
medicine I have ever taken; it cured me of
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently Bud radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Brain Food,
the great botanical remedy. $1 pkg., C
for $5. At druggits.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vou:h for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will ilo as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys ami Urinary diffi
culties. We know wdiereof we speak, and
can readily say. (jive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (3)
The crMpe crop of A. Speer's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jesey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four yi-ars old. It has become a popu
Ur wine anions the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purpot-cs and for weak and aged persons.
For sale by Paul G.Schuh, druggist.
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn f 3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. 11. O. Wilkinson & Co., 19.') and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
J"'r e of Clianre.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Lcesot Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Btrelay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King i
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which w:ll convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
The only known tptdjte for Epileptic FIts.-S
i-Also for Spasms and Falling blckness.-ta
N ervous Wcakncas quickly relieved and cured.
Equalled by none In delirium of fever.-S
-Xeutrallzfi germs of dlscaso and sickness.
Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens sluggish circulation.
Eliminates Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. -
iTl'ermanently and promptly curea paralysis.
Yes, It Is a charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula aud Kinpa Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing caubt.
tWIlouts biliousness and clear complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.
It drives Sick Headache liko the wind.-
rwContaina no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Ithenmatism by routing It.tc
Itettorcs llfe-glvlng properties to the blood. -a
Is guarnntocd to cure all ncrvon disorders.- v
C-'TKf liable when all opiates fall.
Refreshes the mind and Invigorate the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded.-
tWEndoraod In writing by over fifty thotuand
Leading physicians In U. 8, and Europe.-
Leading clergymen in V. 8. and Europe.
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror.-
For sale by all leading drugnlsts. f 1.50.
For testlmonlali and circulars lend stamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
ha wnlned Ml enviable
r imiailnn nherevur
known, dlnpliinltig all
other pr parsiWuin.
article or umloubti'il
LIQUID OU 8NUFK.
Cite i Til d rAttl
HAYaFEVED Apply by the nni!'r
will ho absorbed, eireotually cleansing tho nasal
paarars or rathnrrhal virus causing healthy
crelli.n., It. allay li nniiiir.t Inn. protei-ts Hi"
ii oibranal II Inns of the head from adill liinsl
cnlils. romiilutoly henls the sirim and restores tlio
sense, or lastu and smell. Umiefldal results art)
realised by a few appllrailniis,
A TllOltUUUII T UK AIM It ST WILL (Til It.
Unequslod for Cold In tho Head, lleailaoli tid
Duafiium, or nnv kind of mucous memiirnnal Irrita
tion, bend for circular. My mall, prepaid, W e.
a packacii-atampi received, bold by all whole
sale sml retail druggist.
KI.V'HCKBAMBALMCO..Owgo, N. T.
ljtr,m mors destructive ,to human Lealin aud
lire than war. petti ence and furalne combined."
Hoaid a nlHtlnifj.tiBd writer many years airo,
u "true today aalh-n. 'lbs poor victim
or Blood Disease U druiiiieU with Mercury to cure
the ma adv. and th'-n d.ned with Iodides to cuie
bm of'u Mercurial hoUool n; bni n.nuaJ of any
reller, the first breaks down hit keneral boa tb aud
make Mm a cripple, and th other ruins bit dt
getth'B orKsns. To thus, afllicted lu this war
trt SpeclkY Is tho r cutout boou on carih. aud
la wor h more tlmn Its wultrht lu gold. It antidote"
lb a Meuurlal Fulton, touet up tho eastern, aud
brings the inflWer back to l ealu aud h pplncs-.
Every person who has tvi-r been salivated should
by aU meant take t thorough com se of ibis remedy.
.IsPrKHtONVILI.I, Twioos IV, (U.
Five yeurs ago I found ou my plantation a col
ored mtu who was badly diseased. He atated
that five eart before he Lad contracted a violent
case or Blood Poison, aud had been treated by
rnauy physician), all fuillngto cure hiui. I treat
ed him with hwlft't specific, aud In a hort time
be was sound aud well, aud has unt bad a r nip
torn ofthedituasetince. U. M. HU01IES.
One geiit'emitn who had fccou cnnflned to his
bed six weeks with .Mercurial ItbeumatlHin baa
beeu cured entirely, and "peW in the blithest
pralseof S. . 8, CHILES ti RKHKY.
81.000 RFAV AHD!
will be paid to any Chemist who will find, ou
analysis of 100 bottles of 8. H. S , ouo particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or uny mineral sub
stance. THE SWIFT Sl'KCIFIO CO.
Drawer 3. Atlanta. Oa,
rr Write for the little Bi.oif, which will be
Price: Small size, fl 0') per bottle. I.a'Ke
alze (holding double quantity) ml. 75 bottle. All
Druirgista eell It. i
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOITIS, MO.
A 0-ra,lunt of two meillcn)
eolli-K.'s. In" '"'en luiiKer eiitf ntred In Hie treat
ment of Olironif, Nervous, Mini uixl
Itloo.l 1)Is,m-s thuii anv olbi r iliyli l:iii In
St. Louis, as elty f i'i" uw nnd all ohl re.
ili nts know. I I'.-i-flllHll"". -t otlireor by tii.'ill,
five and Invited. A friendly tnlUnr bis ( 1 1 , . i
COM not 111 n If. When It l lui'oiiveiiliiit to lslt
the elty .or treatment, iiii'iIIi-Iikm ran be sent
by mnllnr eXuv.s even-where, i'liralde ui e
guuniliteeil : where diiilbt exists II I.-, frankly
Hated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affectionsof Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores, ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriaga, Eheumatifm, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eioesse
Indulgencas or Expoiures.
It Is self-evident that a pbyolelan paying
particular attention to ai'lu-, ol eases oltulns
great skill, and plivslelans In regular pnirtli e
all over the country knowlun tliU, freniiently
reeomniond caM-ato the oldest odlee In Ainerlra.
where every known idtmiee 1h resorted to.
ami the provl nood v-iiwcl ie-p or all
aifes and countries are nwd, A whole house Is
used for oOU-c iiiiriKHes. and all Hie treated with
skill In a resi.cllul manlier: ami. knowing
what to do. iioexierluients are iijHile, liiiae.
rount of the meat number apidvliie. the
rhanres are kejd low. often lower tl.ati Is
demanded by outers It nii serine the skl'l
and iret a ieedy and perii i t lit rure, that Is
the liiiK,rtaiit mailer. J'.ini IiU u !Mi pagek.
tent to any sddreu free.
KleMnt cloth and cilt bliidliiir. Sealed for SO
fentx lii imMnire or currency. (Her lltly won
derful pen picture., true In life art Iclcim the
follow Inu iiireti. Vim max marry, win, not;
hW I'p'pcr aire toiii.in y. Who marry tlrst.
laiihisid, W nliiaiihoi , I'll v-lcnl decay. Who
hiiiildiuari'v. M life anil liappli limy be.
iirreaM.il. Those married or eiuiiviniihitliiij
Hiamlnu should rend It. it oucht to he read
liv ail adult pcr-ons then kept under lock and
k v. I'opul.ir cdl I loll. Mime ii hI e, but paper
rover and HuUpaue 15 ceuU U UjiiiI, ill Inuluy
POUT ItS WINK
JjpKKK'a I5 out Gi'Ai-K Wink !
FOUU YEA1.S OLD.
rpillSi'KI.RIIIIATlCllNATIVKWINK Is inn lc
J from the Juice of the Oporto Umpe, raised In
thl coiint'y. Its Invaluable tonic and strciiiith.
enltm properties are uiiaiirpBssed liv any oilier
Nallvu Wlno. Ilclng ihu pure Juli e of the drape,
produced ntulur Mr. Spcer'a own peraultal stlpervl
sum, its purity and genultit nnsa, am giiHiniitucd
Tli'1 vounest child niny parlake of Us gi-neroiis
qualities, and the wralin-t. Invalid use II lit ml van
tatic II Is particularly beiiclli lul to ihe aged atnl
debilitated, and suited to tltu tarlous ailments Mint
alt'cct thu weaker sen, It la I u every rexpert A
WIN E TO UK HKLIKp ON,
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The IV J. HIIKUKV la wlno of Superior Clmr
actur and , artakesof Mm rlchoual tleaoftho krapi
Irom which It Is made For I'urltv, lllchhPa, I'fa
vo and Medicinal 1'ronerties. It will lie found uii
Speer'H V. ,T. Hranilv.
This li HANDY stands unrivaled In Ibis Country
belnirfiir superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
pure dlst Illation irom the grope, and contain vnl
liable, medicinal properties. It bus a dullralo Hit
ynt, similar to that of I he grape), from which It Is
distilled, and la In Kreal favor ainotiK first-clnss
families. Hoe that the signature of ALFItKD
hl'KKIt, I'asaale, , J it over the cork of each
Hold v PAUL BOlUJli
AND BY DltCdOlHTS BVKHYWIIKHK.
Neuroaone, (new Nirve- Iff, Mlrr-ngtli und
lunri Is i it inslllvi iimtnnillvo fur I bo Ltmr, of
Mnt'lv Vliror III YourirT, Mlddlo-Aged nnd
Old Mem tiutller from wluit i uiie, lu Ner
vous) Dobllity, Exhnuatlon, Itnpotenoy,
Seminal Woftkneaa, una kindred Hlliiieiils,
this btindard Remedy Isncortuln euro, mid
to all htleli anllerei s, Him send a ataleiiient lit
tbelrlroiililes, atiuiiittlty atillleloiit In provj its
Virtu will heaeiit Fr of Oont. Address,
. :d -1 ' j A v.
JULY 4, 1883,
. nDf,B. anmu-i .v. .. .
.KK..vU iud uriace will pnetrattothavr Bon
;ind almost Inatantlv ubi iu ba.Z. 71 zY..m X?I"7.Z1
J 1 y reavs
IStltfJnlntB. NnnrsJa-in. Lama
ISnrA TknuL Pnlna In th
hind Is eiually effloaoiotn fir all
retiuinnu a powenm qinusire stimulant. Boo McrrHl Alumnae! 1 -
Ask your Druggist for It. Price So
ITepared oiUy by JACOB S.
WlioloiialM Dnigglat, gT.
IS 1NOW OPKN FOE j THE SEASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per
pver-iailinff Sprinsrsi of coolest water char-fed with liealinL- and
curative properties that have utood tho test r more than sixty
years continual use by the health-seekt rx, or tliose in wearcli of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPUING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, Missesses propertien that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a Mire cure for Chills, Ague,
Ktc, by the peop'e of the ncii-hltorhood.
.NO. 2,' "THE MAGNESIA SPUING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking: all day from its basin fail to lower ihe water line.
riiisSjiriiiar is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, '-THE SULPHUR SPRING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, an I its waters bid
fair to rival the fatuous blue Lick.
Thec Springs are surrounded by g rand mom tain scenery Tho
air is always pirni and cool. Mo hot nifflus and nomosiiuiioes.
Write for Circular.
ALLKS SPHINOS, J. E. -LEMEN,
Tope CO., 111. i ) Pvoorifitorv
W e minion the public agalutt an luipoator who Is defiantly utilizing Dr. J. A. Sherman') life-long
reputation by dlatnrting the llkanessea of his patients, aud generally c unterfelllng tho character
ii. bia Hook, ana publishing tho suiim In pami hlut, form uud a, iidlng It out as Dr. F. T. Smythe'a
book, r presenting the likenessea to be cisee ho has uru . Ihis man Stnytho is located In Ht
I.ouis Mo., calls hi) rooma "Vienna Institute." With tho aim and deliberation ol n cohnter elter
cfbank billa and coin, thu man htnyth has set sail In the rupturi) bUHlnuia wilh his ahaaiolens
hire lui( to peronate these pLture Iraud) aud false gtatemeuti) of cure, hoplug to )capo detection aud
Dr. J. A. SIIKRMAN'S hook, wlih truthful photOL'rnpblc IlkmieNsea of patlunl) and reliable state
ments fio.-n eminent gentlemen, is mailed for inc. Oitlce U',1 Iiroadway, Now York.
After a Rainy Ride a Country Physi
iUu Tells What lie Thinks of
"I visli to gracious some people would learn
when they need a d ctorund when they du i't,"
eic. aimed Doctor E , as be entered bis house
In a coney little village in tho Interior of tho State
of New Vork. after a tedloua night ride for many
miles. I haru beeu down among the mountains to
lee a man, who th messenger sa d, was very sick,
aud not likely ro livu "till aorning, utilecs ho hud
Immediate help; and found him niirerlng from a
roller shurp attack of co lc, which his family
might have relieved In ten minutes, If they had a
uriiln of sense and two or thru simple remedies In
the house, lint no; th y must renuln Ignorant as
pigs, an i wh. it the li ust ache or pain takes them,
send for u .ioctor, whether they ever pay him or
"Why 1'i.r ,, i-' ,i Und of flmple remedies, aa
you call them, do you expect people to keep iu the
house?" asked his wlfo as be poured him a cup
i f hot ten.
"In till) cae," atiBWcre t the Doctor, "If they
Udntily put h IlKNSON'S CAl'CINK I'UltOl'S
l'LASTf It on the mini's stomach, he would have
been all rlhtlu a hour, and aved mo a dreary
In all oidlnar.' complaints it cures at oncti.
All diseases are eliniliiated Irom thu systo n hy
what m iy be roughly oil ed expulsion or uxtr,c-
ton, or by a uiiloii of the two processes, II. n-
sou'a I'luster piomotrs both. It Incites the lorp'd
organs to ttct.and feuila i s hcutlug, soothluir in
llilencu throuiih Hid ni) rind pores of tliuskln All
ether plasters oblige Ihe patient to wait. -They
givhlii) hope lor to-morrow. Uensou's plnsler
give It I in help io day. Which la belli r. do you
think? Hit v the CAI'dNH and keep It In the
house. Price W cents
Seabury & J. biisnti, 'In-tninls, New Yo k
10 SETS REEDSi
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