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known, displacing all
(.tlior fr pKrnl luim. An
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nienbranal 11' lni.' of tin, head from addl lnnal
colds, completely heal tin; urea mid restores the.
er..u of taste aud uncll. Iluuifl' ial rcMUlIn are
realized hy a few applications.
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Hold by all Iruglta.
Advertising C'lii-ats ! ! !
"It hits become so common to write tlio
bcfiinnini,' of nn tirticlc, io mi t Ji-yttit, in
"Then run it into some a Ivertisement
that we avoid all such,
"Anl snnply full Attention to tin- merits
of Hop Hitters in aj ilnin, honest terms
as p issible,
"To induce punplu
"To five tliein one dial wliicli so proves
their vnlu that they will never use any
"The Kemedy bo favorably notice! in
all the pipers,
"Ilclipoua ami ocular, is
"Having a larcJ e-klf, anl 1 Biipplnnt
inu all other im-ilicim-s.
"There is no leii)iuo; tho virtues of the
Hop plant, and the proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have shown jjreht slirewiinfas
"In comrounliniT a im dicinu whose vir
tues are mi palpalile to every one's observa
tion." DM She Die ?
"She linyefd ami sulT.red iilony, pining
away all the time lor years,"
"The doctor doin' her no (jo-nl ;"
"And at last was cured by this Hop let
ters the papers say so much admit."
"How thntikful we should lie for that
A Duuqrhtcr's Misery.
"Eleven years our dauuhter sulTered un
a lied of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble ami nervous debility,
"Under the care of the best physicians,
" WI10 gave her disease various names,
"Hut no relief.
"And now alio is restored to us in good
health by as simple a remedy as Il p Bit
ters, that we had shunned for years betorc
using it." The Pakknis.
Father is Getting- Well.
"My daneht ra say:
How much better father Is ilncc he used llop
"Ho In Bi't'.InK well after lis luni suflVriim from
k disease declared Incurable "
"And we are no irlsd that he tiKcd your Bitters
-A I Apr of I't'ra, N. Y.
From tueao souroei arise, tniee-fourths of
tbe disomies of the biiiniui nice. Those
symptoms Indicate their existence ! I,aa of
Appetite, llowela costive, hick Head
ache, rullneaa art or eating, aversion to
lertlon of boily or. inliiil, lOruetatlon
of food, Irritability of trmpcr, Low
pirna, x irriiiiir or liavinR iirRleoted
ome dmy, IUulneaa,' FlutUrliiK at tha
rit in ryr. niiiiiiy coi
NNTIIATIU1V. and do-
ore a lirh
mnnd tho 11
a remorty Hmt nets illreotiy
on tho Mvur,
awviir madleiiiR it n s
laiml. Their action on tho
1 UhIho iiionmt: retnovlnii
iroiiKh tfiesn tlirno ' arav
tigers of the
vitim," prmlueltiK appe
ion. reirnliir stools, h clenr
iniiiana a vigorous mmy, Tl'TT'H ruLS
cansn no niiusea or griping nor Interfere
with dallv work nnd mo a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
no peels li hi: a new man.
'I havo hail PyBtiepsln, wltli Constlpa
tlon.two yoara, and lmvo tried ton (lltrorent
kinds of pills, am! TIITT'S aro tho first
that liavo ilouo 1110 any good. Thuy bavo
rlnanotl mo out nlnofy. My appetite) Is
sploudlil, food Ulifosts readily, anil I now
have natural passages. 1 foel like a new
man." W. I). EDWARD8, Palmyra, 0.
Bold STtrywhtim, arte. OI11hi,44 Murray St.,W.T ,
TUTT8 HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair on Wiurkkka changed In
stantly toaUimsr Black by a slnglo ap
plioatlon of this DTK. Hold by Druggist,
or tent by express on rooolpt of f I.
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TITTI MANUAL Of UIEFIL RECEIPTS FREI.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
FHin'Pii EscipeaFrom Iudiaas.
Dr. Edward Eli'sion's paper in the
Sepli inln't Vailury oti "Indian wur in
thii (Jolonii's." re'coiiiiti tint following
exploits: "MoriiM of ninrvtdloiis nnd
ingenious DM.'iipes werti tlio roiiianeo of
tho colonies, ami such adventures dale
buck to tho curliost Indian war in Vir
L'inia, where a man and his wife, who
liiid be(!ii Bjiarod in thn wholesale
slnuirhter, found their opportunity,
while, tho Indians wero dancini; Willi
joy over the acquisition of a white inau'p
bout that had drifted ashoro. These
eaptivt'.s j;ot into a canoe, ami noon
afterwards surprised their friends in the
setiloments, who md believed them tr
be, dead. Very like this was th escape
of Anthony Bracket and his wifu in
Maine. 'I'hey were left to follow on
after their captors who were uajrer tt
reach a plunderin,' party in titnu to
share in the spoil. Bracket's wife found
it broken bark canoe, which she mend
ed with ti needle and thread: tho whole
family then put to sen in this rickety
craft," nnd at length reached Black
l'oint, where they got on board it vessel.
A little lad of ideveu years, named
Kaiip's, taken in Philip's w ar, made his
wuy, thirlv miles or more to tho seltlo
incuts. Two sons of the famous Han
pah Bradley, previously mintioned,
fleeted an ingenuous escape, lying all
the lirst day in a hollow log, and using
their provisions to make friends with
the dogs that had tracked them. They
journeyed in extreme peril and suffer
ing for nine days, and one of them fell
down with exhaustion jmt as they wero
entering a white settlement. A young
girl in Massachusetts, after three weeks
of captivity made a bridle of bark, and
catching. a horse, rode all night through
the woods to Concord. Mrs. Dean,
taken at Oyster Itiver in ltJiH. was left,
vith her daughter, in charge of an old
Indian while 1 he rest finished tl.eirwork
of destruction. The oid fellow asked
bis orisoners w hat would cure a pain in
his head. She recommended him to
iltink some rum taken from her house.
This put him to sleep ami the woman
tin t coild got away. Another down
cast captive, with the lining name of
Toogood, while his captive during an
attack on a seiilctnerttwns disentangling
11 piece of string with which to tie him,
jerked the Indian's gun from under his
arm, and levelling it at his head, got
Escaping captives endured severe
hardships. One, Bard, taken in Penn
Mlvania, lived nine days on a few bud
and four snakes. Mrs. Inglis, captured
in the valley of Virginia, 'escaped in
company with a (iertunn woman, from
11 place far down the Ohio Kivcr. After
narrowly avoiding discovery and recap
ture, they succeeded in ascending the
south bank of the river for some hun
dreds of miles. When within a few
day's travel of the settlements, they
wero so reduced by famine, that the
(ierman woman, enraged that she had
been induced to leave the Indian flesh
pots, and crazed with huuger, made an
unsuccessful attack upon her com pan
ion with cannibal intentions.
The most famous of all escapes of
New England captives was that of Han
nah Dustan, Mary NelV. and a boy,
Samuel l,eonardson. These three were
carried oil' with many others, in 1W7,
iu the attack on Haverhill, Mis. Dus
tan's infant child having been killed by
tin: Indians. When the captors had
separated, the party to whom thn two
women and the hoy were assigned, en
camped on an island in the Merrimac
liver. At midnight the captives .secur
ed hatchets and killed ten Indians
two men, two women and six children
one favorite boy who they intended
to spare, and one ba'Uy wounded wo
man escaoaig. After they had left the
camp, the lugutives remembered that
no one in the settlement would believe,
without evidence, that they had per
formed so redoubtable an action; they
therefore returned and scalped the In
dians, after which they scuttled all the
canoes on the island but one, and in
this escaped tluun the Merrimac, and
filially reached Haverhill. This was
such an exploit as made the actors fa
mous iu that bloody t ine. The Mas
sachusetts General Conn gave Mrs.
Dustan twenty-live pounds and granted
half that amount to each of her com
panions. The story of their daring
deed was carried far to tho southward,
and Governor Nicholson of Maryland,
sent a valuable present to the escaped
Tip fioft Sx
Mrs. .J;ngiob:iek tell a little ill. and
her husband told her to go lie down and
tiiat he would wash the dinner dishes.
She lay down on the lounge and iu a
few iiiinuics was enjoying a soothing
In an hour or so she felt belter and
then atos and proceeded to the dining
Mr. .lingleback was sitting with his
feet on 1 lie table, and was fast asleep.
'J,o dinner dishes were just as she
had lclt tlieiu, and she net about wash
inr tin 111 as noiselessly as possible, in
order that he might not be disturbed.
Just as she had finished the last pinto
Mr. .linl 'lin k awoke with a yawn.
"Now 1 must begin washing those
dishes!'' he remarked aloud. "Poor
wiiey is sick!"
Niie came in wearied, yet smiling,
tin I told biui tiiei' were all" linished.
lie kissed her, mid then told her that
if sle-'d jioiisii hi,, liouis he'il go down
eel mi-and ".s.ilii a whole cord of Wood
II" went down cellar and played wilh
I ;ie dog until the hoots were 'pclishcd
and liieii came tip, perspiring, ki.s-.ed
her and ivciit otii.
Truly, woman is the soft kcx 'iic
. mn - - .
"1 can swim the whirlpool at Nia
gara," said a stranger in a confidential
whistier to a hard ware man on Wood
ward avenue yesterday.
"1 feel that 1 can. I should like some
advice from vou, Would you try it if
you were me?1'
"No, sirno, ulr, I wouldn't think of
such a tiling. A man who hasn't been
iu a bath tub for a year, uor hail a clean
shirt on for a mouth, wouldn't stand a
ghost, of a chance with a whirlpool.
You'd belter tackle a drink of water
and gradually work up to IU" Detroit
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, m.
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mn Cleburne, Paducah;T Finnie, same;
PConrad, 8t Louis; J W Cooney, same;
Ed (I'DounoU, same; A Do.ier, same; S K
Davis, same; W II Hindi, Name; O Ptsltmi,
same; C A Stevenson, same; (! F Lorkhart,
same; A H Tippeme, Belleville; F II Straus,
Cincinnati; W E Tingle, suiie; A L Blade,
same; W A Edwards, Bar lwc!l;AA Folk,
New York; W E Jenkins, rune; J F Jones
and dauihtcr, Vienna; C R Murphy, De
catur; G Kelly and wile, Stone Fort, HI;
V A Bonii-jtt, Evansville; J H Blair, Dan
ville; J J Sholon, Evansvillo; JM Ucaley,
Champaign; DC Brook man, Chicago; J S
Kochtitzky, Maiden, Mo; R P Cox, Can
ton, Miss; W C LfcCrone, Effingham; W E
Krill, Louieville; W E Johnston, Worth
ington, Ind ; J II Murry, Indianapolis; A J
Lyon, sanie;C N Hunt, Brownshurg, Ind;
J C Weakley, Brownsville, Tex; Miss A C
Cook, Columbus, KyjOCook, same; B
Turman, Edgewood; C S Otruk, Anna; D
Karraker, Jonesboro, III; M C Craw for
same; R A Denisnn, Metropolis, 111;
W A Hight, Wetaug, HI.; Mark Cole,
Maiietta; SGrear, Jonesboro; G W Meharg,
Xiuie, Mo.; II Lcwrey, 8t. Louis; F Me
Lfiner, Joliet, lib; P Adelinan, same; Hks
C Stokes, Lexington, Mo.; M I'earnian, St.
Louis; Mrs Ewill, Little ltock; M, P Down
ing, Cincinnati, O.
WA Ward, Canthersville, Mo.; W II
BeWster, Carbondalc, III.; II Buckmeyer,
Evansville; A Stevenson, Rockport, Mo.;
WAGunter, Browssville, Mo.; J H Rose
well, Springfield ; F DickenBon, Bird's Point ;
C A Laughlin, St. Louis; E Morgan, sauit;
James Jones, Charleston; J N-mnedy, same;
G R Hasting?, Cincinnati, Hhio; J Wild,
Louisville, Ky.; J W Rugan, St. Louis; 1)
Fursten worth, same;H Tuts, Cincinnati, 0;
B B Sattle, Paducah, Ky.; D Boone, WhiU-
There comes from Englaud a most ex
traordinary statement, almost too much for
belief, to the effect tint Mr. Brown-Scquad
had discovered an sniesthetic, which tut
ptods teneation without atl'ectiDg either
consciousness or activity, and may be used
for au entire day or for a longer p. riod
with impunity. In other words, he his"in
vtnted" a drug, which will enable a sick
person to perform all tbe natural functions
and to assist in his own cure without en
during any pain. The exhaustion which
comes of intense suffering will be put an end
to, but there will be no suspension of those
activities the exercise of which are neces
sary to recovery. After this, what?
A. St. George, the Englishman who
claims to have invented the telephone, lias
made an important scientific discovery. He
has constructed an appliance whereby ev
ery description of conversation cannot only
be carried on through the telephone, but
can be recorded and produced at some
future time. The instrument is a circular
plate of glass, coated with collodion and
nude sensitive as a photographic plate.
This is placed in a dark box in which is a
slit t admit a ray of light. In front of the
glass is a telephone diaphragm, which, by
its vibrations, opens and closes a small
shutter, through which a beam of light is
constantly passing and imprinting a dark
line on tbe glass. Vibrations of the shut
ter cause the dark line to vary iu thickness
according to the tones of the voice. The
glass plate is revolved by clockwork, aud
tho conversation as it leaves the telephone
is recorded on the sensitive plate, tho im
printed words spoken being fixed as is
done in photography. It only remains to
bo said that tbe plate can be brought for
ward and placed on the instrument agaiu
at any time, when, on turnings handle, the
sound will be once more produced. This
should revolutionize tho telephone. It will,
anyhow, now be of immense service to nier
chants and others, while, iu cases of breach
of promise of marriage, it would prove a
simple boon and blessing.
Do Mosquitoes Gum Malaria?
In this paper, however, niv chief de
sign is to present what facts I limy be
able to support of the mosquital origin
of malarial diseasein fact, of ague,
And while the data to be presented
can not be held to prove the theory,
they may go so far as to initiato atid
encourage experiments and observa
tions by which tho truth or fallacy of
tho viewshold may be demonstrated,
which, either way, will be a step in tho
Hue of progress. It is scarcely neces
sary to premise that other nay, nil
insects that infest and wound the'huuiati
body may share in the guilt that will
hero be charged, in particular to the
culex; and so of coursu, other diseases
than ague, yellow fever, etc., may pos
sibly have a similar history. Bo it not
ed mpitsmnt that so far back as 1H-1S,
that Dr. Josiah Nolt. of Mobile, Ala
bama, published a lengthy essay on yel
low fever, in which ho maintained
tho insect origin of that disease, and
also suggested the mosquito of tlio
lowlands as a probable cause of mala
rial fever, In place of the marsh vapor
of Lanscisi'i (New Orleans Medical and
Surgical Journal, vol. iv, pp. .r)ii) 'l,l.
1818). And even before his time. 1 find
that a paper on tho "Miqultal oiigiu
f Malarial Disease" was published by
Dr. John Crawford in a periodical known
as the "Baltimore Observer." 1807, no
copy of which I have yet boon able to
get' hold of.
I now propose to present a scries of
facts -some of tho best known and most
established factswith regard to tlio so
called malaria poison, and to bIiow
how they may bo explicable by tho sup
position that "the mosquito is tho real
ourcoof disease, rather than tbe Inhal
ation or cutaneous absorption of ft
marsh vapor. Dr. A. V. A. King, in
Popular Science Atonlk'y.
;u 1 I" r 1 i'.ior) Girl
I lie Itai. "miv e-iris are :ni iudepeil-ili-i
l spee;.'-, -.viet w id not n li.ti il to be
baiiioeiv I, ,. veil bv fashion, loo much.
If He y iiiu-t .v. -ar a dog as I hey do a
loiiiiH't. I ,.y , n,, eollselil, p. allow
Dame Kisiiiou 1 , ,li, iai.. the .pipc, or
M.e. 01 je ,,f tii, 1 ,og to i" Horn.
I I'iH'c il U t 1:11 ;i e' ile.", V-T io I lie
park mi M .,jr :;t'.,.n wi.l -. that
every lady u im ioaies a ppNi'ii.e lo
style wear, a d.lV'fi nt in ik" f ,1.,-r. a
dog with some feature or detract n.'l,iio
(lillei'cnt troin any otoer canii 11 thn
drive. 'J'liis variety is easiiv secured.
We are about 111 Vive a local .secret
away, because as journalists, it is our
duty to tell tho tin 1 li. ami to furnish
information upon all subjects. The se
cret of this admirable variety is that
every lady makes her own dog. Sho
decides for herself theslvleof dog she
will nuV't. She then buys tho sh"adei
plush, cloih, satin, linen, or fur that he
nimble fingers can manipulate into the
shape she wants, and then she cuts outi
A her canine pet, st nil's it with raw cotton
I sews on the tail and cars, fits a counle
01 glass marines lorcycs, ami iher,; ,n0
has a dog which she 'can hold iu the
most graceful attitude, suited precisely
in size and shape to her favorite breed,
and in color harmoni.ing beautifully
with her complexion and dress. Sot no
ultra fashionable families havea nuinlici
of these pudding pugs and poodles
made no and eoti-t'imlv on 1 . 1 tc
niati'li their various co .mmc.-, ;
ru'ji'i' Si ir i.
"... ' JTT"
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m HOW TO CURE THEM
which Is offered FR KE. post paid, to all applicant
It contains ihim, ifiriMio'ti forallwboHiipiKme
Uianwolvea alHictd with, or liable to any disnas of
the tlu-oator iuiivn. Meutinn tins iamr. Addmsa
On i. II. St'llKNCK A- M, I'tilladt-lpfcla. Vm
Sun i you icuJt Enyluh or (runnua Xkiok.) ,
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A i-.Eular fiimlimis of lwn niPiltca!
cnlii .'i -, has liccn loni.'i'r i nifint'-il In the Irent
ln. nt nf C'hroiiio, Nervous, SUin ntut
lllooil IMse.uM's lhn anv oihi r iiIivbI. I in In
Si. l,onis, hi cltv pieiK ukaw hm.I all old ie,.
deiits keoH'. onuiltHljuit ..I nlMp'or y iiinll.
free and Invltml. a iVIendlv talk or his opinion
cists until Iu if. Wllfil II Islnciinvcnli'iil In l-.lt
tho city ,r treHtiiient, ineilli luet csn he sent
by mail or express i-verv where, 4 uraMe i ne
jfiihrauU'eil ; w here doubt exists It Is frankly
Italed. Call or Write.
Nervoua Prostratida, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknass, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Imnuriti'.'- -i,- ; riood Poisoning, Skin AtToc
lions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impodiments to
Marriago, Bb(umRtism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-wokodbrain,
SUBGICAL CASES rocoivo special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, ExoegsaSj
Indulgences or Exposums.
It Is self-rvl.li'tit that a physician paying
particular attention to a clan "ofca.es attains
k'rest r-K 111. Hiid iilivslelaii, Iu rctiular prarilnt
all over the countrv kie nluij this. fri"iuntly
rerouiineint etise.to the oldest eltii-e In Anierles
where very known , . 1 1 it n - - la resorted to,
aud the provn'l iroml retiieilles ol all
Hi') and countries .-Us used. A w holi1 hniii !
used fornltlca puri'isrs, mi l nil are li'f.iled w ith
skill In a rc.pecifitl manner: and. Kii"hii;
h.it (o do. oocxiH'rlnieiit, are iiisiIb. onse
conn, of Hie meat number applvluii. the
rhariiea are kept low. ollen tower than l
ili'inniideil by other. lr vou .ecura the skl'l
and Bel asperity nnd ja-rfccl lil cure, Unit II
the linporunt matter, CaiiipUli't. M pagea,
lent to uny address free,
piS. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I p&
Klciraut cloth atid Kilt hlnillnir. Seated for M
cents In lentil" or i iirrency. liver M ity won
ili l llll pen pli-llire,, li ne to life artleleion the
followluK sublccts, Whomiiv marry, who not;
vlivH I 'roiier ac touuuiv. Who marry llrst,
italihnoil, Woiiiaiihiind. Physical decay. Who
should niarj y. Uow life and happiness may Im
Increnseil. Thn,o married or rontviiililatlliE
I'lan vlim should read It. It oucht to be read
ny nil adult peio'i, iheii kept under lock and
k y. Popular edit Inn, wiuie as above, but paper
rover and tnU paKv. ti ctnU b mall. Iu luuuuT
WE will pT thi uor rfwirj (or tnf cum of U?f r CompUlnl'
nitaiHlft, hi'k Ili'Kiltwh, hi.llfitli.ri,,nitlvtl,n tr Cuttlwna.
Nflt-RtimilctirtwiUi Wtl'i Vrirthblt Llvvr I'llli, when thu itir
tloinaiH ttrlMljp csinpllnd wuhi lliayart l-urrly int'tiulf, nj
nvvtr full lo itlv latlift;tltl. rng tr Ci'atf.l. l.nrw lintel, roil
Ultitni fr pills, V& if nta, Kur ! tv til ilrupul.ts. iWwn.u of
ctmnlvrfalls ttiil tinluihini, Tin tiuMit niinofn tun-il unly hy
JOHN C. WKT CO., HI A IM W. Mndln.n Si ., ClilcMj.
Vrtt IriaJ t,kaf moI by uuil itrcpaul on rnii tyf A ttut ttiup.
r.ealiii is Wealth !
I iii K. ('. Whmt's Nmivk ano IlitMN Tm-.vx.
MKN 1', n iruiimnbH'd spi'i'ilin for llyaterin, llixsi.
nesM, Convnliiioiis, Vita, Nervous NoiirulKin,
lleitilueho, NerviuiM Prostrutiiui euiiHeil 1 die me
ntnlcohnl or toluieeu, WiikefuliioKa, Mentul I)o
pnwHion, HnftntiiiiK of tlio Hrnin n'siiltinn in tn
sunity mill lendiiiK to tniaery, deeny uuil (lentil,
I'loniiitui'ii OKI Au, Jtnrrciinena, I.ohs of power
ill either Hex, Involuntary liaeea mill Kiierinnt
orrhira i-nusoil liyovorixertiiui of the liruiti. self,
shiisaor nvi'r-iiiiltilmitfe. Kaeh Imx eonljiina
inn nmtitli'a I rent niMit, tl.no Imx, or aix hoaei
tur$.i.Ul,mtit liynmil jiropuiJnn roeoipt of pneo.
wm a .HAXTi:n mix iioxi:s
To euro uny case. With aeh ortlr receivml h,"in
fur six tioxea. Heooiupsniisl wilh fWU wiu
Mind UiBpitrobasnroitr written Kiiarnnteo to re.
fnuiitho money if the treat moiit Uuua not effuof
euro. Uiinrantoea issuixi only by
IIARKY W. SOIIU1I.
Druggist, Cor. Commarclal avu. A IHlh it., Cairo
Mil llWi I I a
laaaisfa s-TREATilt-Nr ' 7 jj
A powerlul pieiiiaaliuli eoin
,Miseil mostly of Kaaentinl Oils
l lie most penetrating l.liiiment
n . . &l . " . 7. I ' ""n,i
Rh.nn,r,tt. Snrln..'n.i.. '
Back. Crampa, Tooth-Ache.
Limbs or In any part ol tlio isyMmn
pains Iu thn Stomanh and Bowela,
stimulant. Hoe Mpwirs
60 cU per bottle
NEW AlJY KHTIS K .W KN'I S.
DEOERICK'S HAY PRESSES.
.te t ii, .,,..
.sv" .-.Me r -wxi j lusnuii
Order on trial, addresa for circular and location Of
Western and Southern Storehouse! and Agents.
P. K. OEOERICK & CO., Albany, N. Y.
I ilVOItC'l'.S. No puh icllv; residents of any
' Mate Desertion. Noi -Suiiiimt. Adileo and
applications for stamp. W. II. I.EK. Att'y,
" ia every town in t ha Union
to sell tha
I 10c. Smoke for flcf
ISainpla lot of !irt dellV
ered to any part of the
terms, etc. Bijll.VL'I.l, A
Swifi's Specillc has been the meanc of bringing
health and happiness to thousands who were
pronounced Incurable of Wood and Skin Idicasea,
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
Vavetl from a Horrible- I't utli.
I'pen to May last I had spent at bust flvo hun
died dollars ior trtatue n' bv many ol tlio hist,
ineilirnl nieu, w Ithout ntiv benellt. 1 sullcred ex
i rurintltiirly, aud all inv h.I friend" advised ma
I but t he try hand of death was last appn achihiE.
l'atii;htBt S. S . like a diownleir man at a.
straw. fter ta-tnL' two hollies 1 lotild feel a
chin ee for the hotter. The sores b isau in dla
cl.nrfta Ireelv and the Ulicnnnilll'm tn abuti! When
I had liiken six hottlis every i-oro bud h ab-ii and
my sklu be i; hi to assume a uatuni'. uppe mucu (
peisisti'd until 1 hud taki n tweive bolt e. inri'e
s r.e. and TIIKIiR IS Nul A SYMPTOM I'FTIIB
DI -KxH IlKMAIMNU, and I fell a- well as I
ever d il. I have atneit Iwentv-one muiuli in
flesh, and my frieuds woiidi r at inv imp oved con
dition. I have n commended it to rtiHiiy. and In
every Instance with complete success. T believe
that S, S. S. has siived me rrom a i'orribledeaih.
I-'. II. SMILI-;V, Iju.ncy Ul.
I am sure that Swift's Specillc. saved my life. I
was terribly poisoned with Malaria, and was given
unto rile. Swift's Specillc relieved me promptly
nnd entirely. 1 think It la the urcntest remedy of
the a-e. O. (i. Sp.- Nt'EK.
Sup . Gas Works, Home, (ia.
Write foracopvof the little hoik Irrc.
(JM (1(1(1 RKtt'AKl) wi'.l he paid 'o anvl'b' mist
sT"'"'" w ho will llnd, on Miali sis of III i hottlei
8 S. S , one particle of mercury, iodide potassium
or an;' ininerul substance.
TP E SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
1 Drawer ;l, Atlanta, (la.
Nr VTt V
1 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK
I A li.
TOR SALE BY
II. Stkahala tfe Co., Caiho, III
Any UouMkaaptr la tha land caa repair the Cook
Stova pot In new Ftre Hacks, now Orates and new
Llnlngs-by nslnf 0OXZX33TOIi:'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by all Hardware and Btovt Dealers.
Pssp ron Craeri-taa. Meaifacturtd only bjr
. Sebenck Adjustable First Back Co
(9 DMrwona tret, Chlcmco
I Na tV . OUTOF ORDER.
rr -iji ain rnur- s. r . . .