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THE GREAT GERMAN
Id'lifVin and cures
im k tun:,
Sortnun, Cull, Bruises,
Hl'K'l ni l U,,
III It VS. SCALP,
And nil oitur tmdily acbce
riFTT CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by Mil DruKVinti and
Tillers. I ir'CI i' ti j In 11
TI.e Charles A. Vogeler Co.
1'om.wii. ?! K I
KHllliiMirv, .lid., I'.N. A.
ill ilil Hii.ii.Slllllli.UBl'111
p and MALARIA.
4 From those aourooa arise thiceiourtbs of
the dbwiuaea of lut faumuii men. 'liwm
symptom linliuaU) tUoiriitonc4;: Ixi of
Appetite, liowele cuiiut, Mrk llad
acba, fuUneia after eating, aversion to
lertlon of body or mi ml, Jlructatlon
of food, Irritability of iMnptr, I.ow
plrlU, A tttllnK of having neglected
eome duljr, lUniueas, i lulu Hn at the
Heart, It before tha eyes, Mulily col.
ored I rtne, COANTIPATIO" aiid da.
inamlthe use of a remedy that acts directly
on the, Liver. AsaLlver n,ol 1-1 n- Tt'TT'S
vi i hliv no " 'lual- Their Bctiou on tbo
KMnttya ami Skin IbuIho nrouipt; removing
all impurities. tliroiiKh these tdtoe " srav.
of ayeum." jnoiliiclng anpe.
UU:, nounj digestion, regtiliir stools, a eVur
kin and a vigorous bod v. 1 1'XT'S I'lI.I.N
cauae do nau-iea or griping uor interfere
with (Ititly work and tire u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEELS LIKE A SHV MAN.
"I have haJ Dyspepsia, with, tonstlpa
tlon.twoyeHnt.and have tried ton different
ktmla of pill, uwl TtTT'S arc tho first
that have doue mu any good. They have
cleaned me out nlcuiy. My appetite Is
plendld, food dlgeam readily, and I now
have natural ratafee, i foef like a new
man." W. I). MM A RIM, Palmyra, O.
Hold eT-rywhsre. arte. (;fflf.4i Murray8t.,N.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GHAT ILUB OB WniUKKHS changed In
tantly toiiUTibsr IHack by a single ap.
plication of this Dir.. sold by Druggist,
or itnt byexpreHs u receipt of $ I.
Office, 44 Murruy Strict, New York
T.TTS MAKtAlCF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
TUEBKST TH1G LVOHW
Id Hard or Soft, Hot or (old Wator.
RAVES LABOH. TIMK and SO U" AMAZ
I.MiLV. mi ttfvw unlvpraal allf(i Uou. Q
tauiily, rich or poor, ihoulJ b without it
Bold bv all Oroceri HEW A It K "f ImlUtloni
Wf II d.wT.1 tomlilead. I'KAhl.lMS n tb
ONLY At'K labor-saviiiK c'H.iund. aud ai
U'l tea" the U)V lyiubol, nud iiame gl
OAMKS PVLE. NEW VOltK.
The only known tpteiflc for BpUrptlc Fll9.6
"Alo lor ppaanii ana r khiihwhu. a
K arvons Wraknets quickly relieved and cured.
Equalled by none in delirium of fever. '
-Teutrall2ei germi of disease and sli kneei.
jCurea ngly blotchei and etubbnrn blood Borea.
Cleanaci blood, qulckeni Blufglch circulation.
Ellminatea Dolls, Carbuncle and Scalds.-.
Sa-Pfrmnnently and promptly cum paralyali.
(Vea, It la a charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and King Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing caune.
ry"Ilouta biliousness and clean complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.-
It drlvea Mck Ucadache like the wlnd.-t
rWCoutalna no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing lt.
Restores llfo-Rlvlng properties to the tlood.-
Is guaranteed to cure all nervous disorders,-
rritrUt)le when all opiates fall.-. a
Refreshes the mind and Invigorates the body.
Cnres dyspepsia or money refunded. -
tVEndorscd In writing by overflfty thousand
Leading physicians In U. 8. and Europe.
Leading clergymen In U. S. and Europe.
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror.
For sale by all leading druggist. fl.W.-
For testimonials anil circulars send stamp.
The Dr. S. I. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
; Ct. ToeapH, Mo. (U
hn gnlned au eiivinhlu
r piiiatlnn hernver
known, dlKpUr.ing nil
I'llicr p r pnrntlinis, An
article nl tiuiliiuhted
LKitll) OK SNb'KK
will be absorbed, eirocliinlly cleansing thn tmsal
pssfnues of catbarrlial virus causing healthy u.
crcllens. It allays It ftnmmailnn, prolu'Ms t ho
nuinibrMial lb lugs of thu heail from addl lonnl
colds, cnmplotnlylieals the s ires and restores the
sense of taste and smell. Ilunufliial results aro
realised by a few applications.
A TIlOiWuH TKKATM KVT WILL CURB.
Unequuled for Cold In tho Head, lleailnclin and
Doafiiuna, or any kind of mucous tnemiirnnal Irrita
tion. Huud for circular. Hv mall, prepaid Nl c,
a psckag- stamps revnlvud. Hld by all whole
sale snil retail druggists.
KLVBCKKAMDALMCOMOwcgo, N Y.
3 ATARR r
inu villi) II mie tin.
OFFICE: 0. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL PAPBH OP ALKXANUEE COUNTT,
&NTKHKD AT TUB CAIUO POHTOPPICB POH
TRANHMIBHION THROI.OH TUB MAILS AT
6BCOND CLASS BATES.
u: nl. i ; i; w kmh i. imi.MKs.
I. yl.f y e c ,-i . i i. fie.li nil niuihli'S o'er;
Tin iwti n cur i - iii tc cur i-tithrail:
Tic in ml n lli..iii, i I lie "cnlein door,
And i ' i. ii. L e y i i ( i i niiil d s,
Wiiim viri'ii'N hvc i i Inn,' '.ran n c'ossic
phr b ,
The in, i Kim rl-e.i of ilie Hiiiitiicrn wail.
Ay! tlm4- wire K'"I!.V '""'n Ihat ilcyiifilds
And KUiiely Ih iit -f inn I'miley'n ctiiv.is holds,
Tn t'lelr imi t liuicli, tie li H yiii Min-ter, tni",
Proud ol he e nun Hu ll v.t i nt nt sires had
That 'Venlle li ood," not rlii ht y ti befpurned,
tin ve by the eliui i un;i ni roiif Ndtuie molds.
All vnnhlieil! It wi ic idle m ei lupin in
That er ill Iruns Khail o iin i the flowers
iiiui-t liil :
Vet MiinewiiHi w.- I'Hve lost imrdHt our gain
Some rnrclilee liin" niHy not restore,
Thf i hiirni ol i iniriy bp-i-dinir. m II no more,
And n n ik c, licm. Kt ornament or nil,
-Tfnik tn ii - nip. to ihe wpHtcru wall I came,
OepuiimHi i"! a inbli t licch and fair,
Where it, Mi nM maiiy u yoijili's remeuilxred
In iinldcn lelliiion il.e i-ni w. white stone,
Yoiini! 1 1 v. ihe.e hik,i m i .'I urehes onou bnve
Their coiiiiiry's bifrd'n shar tnlphf not
The e ill 1 that we inifl.l cIhiiii a noil un-
ft M I 'U'I.
Sin e iy the blood of hoi (' s; their t(Met
A n ii.in vil'i . vrifii mnj a rem U"('hainc1,
Hut purer h.oud ti r uh Noi inuii vniiiscoino
Kiom Hi - roiii-h kinphtt thet c:u'ched the Shi
fill's it wti
Than wn-ufd the puiw of lhew faithful
Thee, loo, shall live In liit'ry's doHthless
H irli on the !riw.wouirln piip 'al of fume.
It iifed itli ihe herm s nt rem' ter aire:
I In y c ul l ru t die who .ell iheir nation free,
K.nn a- tue rock, uiitetiere,) a- tni! m'h,
J I .i hi-HV' n uniiiiailowixl by the t.oud of
Th-3 OiJ Ti;n8 Doctor,
old iliuMor wlio yoars ago was
s'U.'h a gnvit tii'in in Arktiniaw has ro
tircil from practii:". His oKI Kinlilio
b:i? li:ui on the tiiilunjr fraruoi un
ilor tlio hIh'iI, utbl liis rari'l-cliildren
peel ii;!i"i with his surgical instrti
Dients. The honiM of IU old horse have
bt'i-n used a a fcrtiliZ'T by some jirr
griMsivi! Vankeo. Tiiore was a day,
l:iotih, wlu-'i tin; old inati. now no gray
and (c'i.'b!t', wa-siroiioj, aimo.st a, strong
as the mi'dii'iiii's he rarriud. His word
was law in iiiinii'i'M i- houst'liolds. Qui
tiini! and caloini-l w re tlit! only tuedi
ritios for wii c'i I-.- had any "respect.
When thc-i- mi 'liiciiii' failed, it wan
thought l:rn" t .r the patient to call on
a higiMT imii'i r lor n:iMiiali,:tti'iu pa
pers in an:ln ! hi,iii;.p..i,t'e. The Ian
cot was a i oat f ii'tu:. If a tnan was
aiighily ii!. !!' c! i,iui. If he was very
ill, bleed bun. If lie vas dead, wait
uwhiie. Ui' i ling wa a mania among
the doc!ni. It t i'i'd like an epidemic.
U a tnau had ton tnucii blood they would
bleed him. and tiie wotild blmid hitn
it he didn't have enon'.'li. If a mnii had
bis ltd ann lorn nil. the next thing
was "sofii-i'" a knilo in Ins rijrl't arm
It did not seem to enter t tie minds of
these old liners" that a man needed
blood. Wit ii tloin. Hush might enter
the kmdoin of K-e.'iilapius, but blood
was evi lud'td.
IOn "tie occaMoti a young doctor "Ug'
gestod to several physicians with whom
lie u a holding a consultation that it
would no doiint l! belter not to bleed
the patient nny more. The old physi
cians looked "at Ihe young fellow in
amaZ'tnenf. and one of them found
bre.'tlh to exeia.m;
"I viv tint I don't think that it will
be a good idea to Id I him any morn
Tlie old phjie!ans looked at each
f'thei mid or: fully .snook their heads.
"l'u'ii hat ,i, on base this wihl
is-e 't;iM), sir? "
"1 baie ii upon comnioii .sense. The
paiieut was sull'Ting in tlio first place
from n loss of hionil. then we bled him,
and now 1 say, that it would be better
to wait until he is able to stand another
drain upon his system."
"He's hopelessly inane," said ono of
"I don't know that his case is hope
less," one of the parly replied, "but it
noon will w. unless immediate action is
taken. He needs bleeding," nnd they
M'i,cl him and cut a hole in his scalp.
All of llio-i' old fellows have retired
from practice, with records red with tlio
blood of ti.eir countrymen. They have
not become ive uicded to the new and
less h"i-teroiis mod" of practice, and
even now, if one of them should be call
ed upon, he would have his knife iu thu
jmlieiit iu 1 'ss than live in i miles. Ar
A Dog i:i a M-'lin Patch.
A Scotch terrier, burn iu l'raner, and
now buried ou Lung Maud, was us vain
ns a turkey gobbler tint) us culu as a
fox. When ids dinner of scraps was
act out he would smell of it, toss his
head, ii ml "trtit of)'; but the moment
that he thought be was not observed
the dignity was dropped and the meat
Miappcd tip. If laughed nt, his sol
emn manner and Injured ulr were very
comical. Sometimes the mischief love'i
of Ihe family wouid say to him, in tones
of praise; "(Hi, you llotnely little imp,
you ugly scamp, vim ahull be hung up
for a ht'iirocrw, ju-t to ee the ex
pression ot pleasure In Ihe energetic
iiK'tinn f his shortened tail. He was
oileti taken to thu woods to hunt. When
his ipiick, short bark told the uo.vh that
ho had treed a squirrel, to tease the dog
they would go to the tree, look up at
Ihe'sipilmd, and then turn nnd walk
tiwny, Thu terrier would Ncratoh furi
ously, and, catching it sprout In his
leelli, would fairly lllu himself on the
ground In his rage. Koddv'g foibles
weio iipiuitijiit, but he wan Wave ami
true, itii died defending liin ownor's
There aro at present, four largo anc
about n dozen small companion in Cali
fornia engaged In llio distillation of
borax, of which about 3,000 louti are
annually producod. The borax Holds
urn nearly iHN) miles from railroad, and
(groat expectation are entertained ol
the yield when tlio Iron horso pouoUatef
that unction of tlio country.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNXNtt, SEPTEMBER ;3, 1W'V
TRIMMINGS FROM DONGOLA.
"Egypt" in Illinois is looked upon by
thousands of men who live in other states,
as being a dark and benighted corner of
the state of Illinois. Th msauds of. emi
grants pass north and south of her every
year, hunting for houses in the tar off west.
Through false teaching they sheer "Egypt"
and thereby miss tlx finest portion of our
state, going toward sunset, getting disap
pointed and, in many instances, after
squandering their substance, returning to
the place from whence they started.
Egypt's r "ourcc- are, however, getting
noised abroad, and the delusion that it is
next to impossible to keep "the wolf from
the door," is rapidly being dispelled,
and soon it will be known all over the Uni
ted States that Egypt is the place.
The Southern Illiuois fair association
and the Union county fair have both ncent
ly been on the tapis, and were a success.
The Union county fair was the better of
the two, there being a larger attendance of
people and a better exhibition of live stock
and the different productions of the eartrr,
while the handicraft of the Union county
ladies were far in advance of anything the
writer ever saw. Let those who think ours
a dark corner come aud see. Epnro
James B. Kelley and his excellent wife, of
Osceola, Iowa, being here, in Egypt, on a
visit, took in the Jonesboro fair and were
astorished at some of the mammoth pro
ductions of our soil, and were especially
pleased with the display of cattle, swine,
sheep and horses.
The history of Alexander, Union and Tu
latki counties in one volume, we had hoped,
would be a grand scheme to spread abroid
our resources, but alas! alas! ve gU
"scouted." The volume is before us and is
a worse swindle than the Union courty
map, which ci st fifteen dollars two yeais
ago and now can not be disposed of at two
dollars per map. Luckily for the writer
be failed to subscribe for either the map or
the volume, called "Tbo History of Union
and Other Counties." Alter being inter
viewed by the history mao, the interviewer
then tried to get the writer to take the
book at ten dollars, stating that if the
writer didn't take the book, the biography
of the writer and tie scraps i f early hiolo
ry, given by him, could not go in tLe work.
We told him leave our part out, as we
didn't need any "swate cratne'' in ours.
"Wby don't it rain" is the cry all over
Union county now. Farmers want to pre
pare their fields for fall winter, but it is too
dry. After all the croking about a crop
failure, Egypt is rounding up the year with
a large crop enough for all nnd a large
surplus fur frost-bitten oorthtrncrs. Emi
grants, stop in Egypt aud go to work in a
region where crops never fail. Help to
further develop her resources, add to her
strength by rearing beautiful sons and
daughters, who will grow up and bless you
in your declining years. Do right while
you live, then when you die )ou will die
riight. Old Trim.
Dongola, September 19, 1883.
Books for the Millious.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer eays that
Mr. I. L. Beardsle, Public Librarian of
that city, was wonderfully relieved' by the
pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil, in an attark of
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mrs Uorean and children, St. Louis; J
II Hall, Fulton, Ky.; A J Sponger, Cin
cinnati, 0.; Will Wiggins, ElinontjEW
Judd, Memphis; C Landry, Mobile; J V
Mitchell, same;W Dismukes, Rives, Tenn.;
Chfts Clark,' Jackson; J Cheatham, Mound
City; Geo P Bird, Wetaug, Ills.;TW
Mesenhariur, Dongola, Ills.; M II S.mton,
Chicago; J C Sheppard, Cotton Wood
Point, Mo.; Rob Long, Chicago; C F
Prentice, sime; Mrs Mollio Johnson,
Vienna, Ills.; Mrs. Annie Saunders, same;
Mis S Barlow City, Ky.;CJ Ikrlow, same;
Wm R Wetzel, Evansville, Ind.; A E
House, same; G S Scruggs, Durham, NC;
II S Tipton, Chicago; Mrs Mary Heuchan,
and three children, Cincinnati, O.; Mrs. 0.
R McAley, Charleston, Mo.; Mrs. Cole,
Cincinnati, 0.; CM Sheafe, New Orleans,
La.; R 13 Mab, Louisville, Ky.; II H.IIowe,
Murpliysboro, Ills.; B 0 Jones, Metropo
lis, Ids.; N. Misenhimer, Anna, Ills.; J II
Sweegg, Hickman, Ky.; Miss Sallie Pow,
Vienna, Ills.; Mrs Jno Cru n, same; II P
Opu ski, Waco, Tex.; E F Teu Brock, St.
Louis; II Olurhaus, same; W N Godbold,
Delta, Ark.; Mrs Beruhard and daughter,
Chicago; Jb Young and wife, Sikesion,
Mo ; W A Tickell, Littlo River, Mo.; Juo
Flag, Sikestoo, same.
Johu Sueton, St. Louis; II P Barber,
Chicago; GM Hugos, same; W M Cox,
same; A N Monroe, Buffalo, NY; FK
Liudakl, Rockjord ; C Dick, Eldorado: M
members of Barrotts circus; J II Finegau,
Carhoudale; Scott Puudlo, same; II Bene
dict, Marshall; G II Brudgca, Charleston;
Mies Dora Bridges, same; Master Bridges.
Hiiie; MrsE W Ogllrie, same; J WBugg,
Blaudvillo; T B Ogdau, Ogdan's Landing;
0 V Bird, Wetaug, III.; F W Meisenlmnier,
Dongola; CF Andorson, Memphis; Miss
Sanderson, Chicago; G A Phelps, St. Lmis;
A Liuman, same; D Brcran, Cincinnati.
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fevor and Akuo, and other Intermittent
Fevors.tho "Forro-Phosporated Elixir of
Culisnya," in ado by Caswell, Uaznri& Co.,
Now York, and Bold by all Drueiristi. is the
host tonic; and for patiouts recovering from
Fevor or other sickness, it has do equal. (1)
Advertising Cheats II!
"It has become so common to write the
beginning of an article, in an elegant, in
"Then run it into some advertisement
that we avoid all such,
"And simply call aituiition to the nierils
of Hop Milters iu m plain, honest leruo.
"To induce people
"To give them one trial which so proves
their value that they will never use any
"Tub Remedy so favorably noticed in
all the papers,
"Religious and secular, is
"Having a largo sale, and is supplant
ing all other medicines.
"There is no denying the virtues of the
Hop plant, and the proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have shown great shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues are so palpable to every one's observa
tion." Did She Die?
"She lingered ami suffered along, pining
away all the time for years,"
"The doctors doing her no good ;"
"And at last was cured by this Hop Bit
ters the papers say so much about."
"How thankful we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery.
'Eleven year our daughter Buffer-al on
a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble ami nervous debidiy,
"Under the t are of the best physicians,
"Who gave her disease various names,
"But no relief,
"And now she is restored to us in good
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bit
ters, that wo had shunned for years before
usiug it." The Parents.
Father is Getting Well.
"My daoghV rs say:
How much better father Is
lincu he used Hop
He Is iret'lne well am-r tils lnna sufferinc fr m
a dl'eaxe declared Incurable "
And we r so Bind that he used your B.t'.ers
-A I Apr of I't ea, N. Y.
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Magnolia Dalru dispels every
blemish, overcomes Hedness,
Freckles, Sallowness, Hough
ties, Tau, Eruptions and
Blotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Magnolia Balm
imparts the most delicate and
natural complexional tints
no detection being possible to
the closest observation.
Under these circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of a crime. Magnolia
Halm sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents, with full di
rections. ;fHE IIALLIDAY"
New sort mniplctc! Hotel, fronting
Second and Kailroad Streets,
The Pasrui:or Detiot of the Cblrieo, St. I.nip
ard .tewOrlnans: Illinois Central; Walmrli, i
Louis and Paclllc; lion Mountain and Sotiilierr.
aioline aim onto; i atro anu si. Lotiio milium
are all JuKt across the street; while tbu Steaiuboa.
Lanrntii! is nni one s ;naru uisiani,
Tills Hotel 18 Heated hy steam, ha t"ai!i
Laundry, Hydraulic Klovator, Klettrlo till He. Ik.
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Id the whtiol of a Hnnny, Carilanu, Hulk.v,w'i' j(oi7,
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vehicle. 1 nvalnulilo in Liverymen, Pleasure
I'rlvers, riiylrlniis, Kiirm e rs, HnrvevornT I fray"
men, Ktiirussinun, stairn uwners, Ac, Price only
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tto) for season of 1883-4. including
many new style; the best assortment of
me iieHtand moHt attractive orgaiis we
have ev.r offered, and at lowest pricH,
?22 to 8500, for cash, easy payment") or
rei'ted. Sent free.
Hoslon, lMTremontstjNcw York, 46 Haul I lib. at;
I'ljiest'o, 119 Wabash St.
PIANOS and OHGANS
Are the lincst in TOXE,
Are the lincst in DESIGN,
Are the ttuest in WOBKMASSHII'.
Send for Ca aloKUo with music free
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
6 '8 Washington Slroet. Boston, Mass.
WORTH SENDING FORI
Dr. J. n. 8CHEXCK bos Just imbuahed a book op
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
which Is iofiere.1 FltEK. pout paid, to all applicant
It cui)taliiacnu.iilii, rmKjii.ii, forsil whosupiHMs
UiemselvM aulicted with, or liable to any dlseaae of
the throat or lunvu Mention this paiwr. Adilrena
Ur. I. II. urilKNCX A HO, I'hlladclphlo, Pa.
iHhut if you kuA Lnjtish or iitnmh Jkiuk.)
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rn-iilsr i t oil unt or to medlrst
Colli'i;i , has been bmcer eimswd In the treni
Itienl of ( hronio. Nervous, Klmi nml
Jllonii Jll.sea.rs th"" nnv other t in uli l.'in In
fl. Louis, ss cltv paper kw met all ol, re'l
iletits keow. 'o;iullnil'in ..t otlli-e.ir r mull,
free ami invited. A frlendlv talk or his npliiP.n
Costs notllltor. M'hen II l iliculivenlelit on lot
the city .or treatment, medicines can he sent
by mail or express every" here. Curable raip,
guaranteed; where Uoubl exists it is frankly
stuled. tailor Write.
ycrrous Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mnrcurial and other
affoctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impure ; j o.-l Slood Poisoning, Skia Affen.
tions, Old Sores a?d ITlcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eicnssatj
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident Unit n physician psvlng;
particular attention in a clie a in cai-es attain
Kreat skill, and phvslrhiin in regular practlre
all over the country knowing tlila, lYequeiuly
recommend eases to the oldest i. Hire In Alie-rlra,
where every known appliance in resorted to.
Slid the prov.-il uoorl reini.le ol all
aties .ind count ries nm u-ed. A whole house p
used turoirlre purposes, ainl nil are treated llh
skill in a respeciiul luniiuir: and, knowing
w li.it to do. iioexperlmeiits are maile. liuac
roiint of the treiit iiiiniber applvlnv. thn
charncs are kept In", often lower than Is
demanded bv others It' von heeure the skl'l
and vet a pe'dy and perfect life cure, that ii
the luiportant niHlter. I ainphlel, poses,
sent to any addreas fire,
platYs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Kleicaiit clothalt.l if ill I Indlnu Sealed for M
Pelil.s in positive or c irrioii v. Over II fly woii
'erinl pi ii pictures, li ne to life , arilcleson tha
follow I n r sulii'cts. Iin in. iv marry, who not;
wliv? Proper nee to ii i hi i v. ' Who iininy llrst,
iiluiiliood, Womanhood. I'hvslcal decay. Who
'iliould inari V. Mow lite and lispplni'ss may let
increased. Those nuiiTled or ciinwniplatluf
rtjaii vlim should read It. It onirht to be read
oy all adult persons, then ke t under lock and
k 'y. I'npiilar edition. s:,me a ubove, but paper
rover aud Hun panws. ii cents by mall, iu ujouW
Wltmlll ilh. lir. ,,.,! In. nr iiuiof l.lr.r CouieUlel1
r.ti.l, w.'k l,.ailwtis, InitlsHllm,, 6oU rallno 01 Co.llvn,.
vscsiiovtciiratiiUi W.H'i V.,IM. I.it.r I'1I, wh.u II,. illn,'.
Hum sr. iltlclljr nmiplM mlh, TSrjran fiirtlf i.glalil., ai,l
n.w tall ui eh ..Oils. Unit. Sim, CiwM. Uii limiii, , a,,
Ululiif ' pills M wull. Fur u,i I y ill Jrnrrlei. P, .K of
cuunl.rr.ua i,l Itnlull'iti,. Tb. ynn' i luain.r.it.irrd onl l-
joiin c. vviv-T a co., isi a ki w. mii... s,., mkm
i. him n.,:!! Hill I.y 01. I prr I. I ,11 eH.lj.lu! a I t.ul 1UUIO.
Health is Wealth !
Dit K. ('. W'Ksr'a Nri'.rK an'ii IIii.mm Thkat.
MltMX, Mimninteeil Hr;eittn for HysUu in, DitiU
ness, ( onviilMio'is, i"its, lNnrvnua Noiirulyia,
Ilondiiclio, Norvoua Proatnif ion cnuserl by the use
of nleiihiil or toliriei o, Vnk"ftilnoss, Mental Jjtw
presaion, Hofto'nn of tho Hrnin sultinn; in in
sanity ami lotuliUK to iniwiy, ducay nml (IohiIi,
I 'reiimt uro (IhlAuo. llarreuiieHS. Loss of iiuwer
in eiihor vox, Invuliititury Isishkh and Kpormnf.
tirrhci'H eonaoil livnvor-onrl ion of thn hrnin. self
fibiiwor oTor-itiiliiliionee. Kneh box contnins
onn monlli a treiilinont, f l.loa boi.or an boxes
fur fwm, sent by mail pii-pnuion roiteiptof prteo.
ya 4.1 Ai.Avnx hi v hoxi h
'lociirftanyraiw. With oaoh onlor meaivml by its)
for six liojes. accompanied with IWH wa will
aond tho purchaser our written iiaruntoo to r-
luuil tlitt money if tna trewtmetiiuooauuiivemi
euro. iJuarau tana issued only or )
IIAUHY W. 80HUII,
rs - ...
Druitgiit, Cor, Coumaiclalavt.tUtl. It,, Calr
T i KTTNT
uinitK" i uni(
n . '
rletlrDi of tha eiolaaiaa
i of tba war rootcta
at an araanal
M cU per bottle raF 1B 1 n '"vwXi
MERRELL, I fj 1 H 11
NKW ADVKJtTlHKM KNTS,
DEDERICK'? HAY PRESSES.
' i- JI i W Ira
Order on trial, address for circular and location Of
Western aud Southern filorehoiues and Aeeols.
P. K. OEOERICK U CO., Albany, N. Y.
lilVUhCKM.-Nu ptihlcity; residents of any
' etate ilesertioi., Nfei .siunpart. Advice and
applications for stamp. W. II. LEE, Att'v, 288
Broadway, N . V.
KQENTS WANTED wallers)
"lueTtKY wwn liitlieLuloa "
Kmoko for (JcT
ltaih'r S'lee one ttrnttt.
.? Sample lot of 11,1 dellr.
ereu in any iiart or thu
U.S.fortl. fiend forrmr
ry terms, etc. aU.'ILS'ULL 4s
KHAO. IndlniiiinolU Ind.
Is not a triumph of scletu e. hut is i revelation
Ihn.Juh tlio instinct of the untutored suvaire, and
laa c enplete antidote to ail kinds of Hlood Poison
and Skin Humor.
Swill's Specific his cured me of S. r du'a, ahirh
Is h redil.iry In my family. I have suffered with
It fur many years, aud have tried a K'n aL nuny
ph a ciaus and all sons of treatment, but to do
purpose; and when I hc'iin to lake Swift's Sp. clftc.
I was m a horrible condition ; but thank' to tills
nr. at rcmcd , I am rid of the disease. There ia
no doubt fiat It is the ureal at medicine In exist
ence nml I hope any who doubt will "tit to me.
ti. C. HAW r,S. .in.,
Aftei siifferliu' tweutv flve years with a painful
Dry letter, and trying many physicians, 1 was ut
last relieved hy the use of Swift's Specific, and I
cijeen'ullv recommend it to all sltnl'arly "filleted.
Itrv. I.lt BU AN II AM,
will be paid to anv Climi'st ho will liml eu
anB'yls of lot) boittes b. S. one patticlo nf
Mercury, lodldo Putuse'lim , or anv mineral snh
'1TI SWIFT SPEi IHC CO.,
Krawer.'i. Atlanta, (ia.
S'iWritu for the lmlu llook, wlpch will bo
Price: Small size, $1 01 per bottle. Large slr.o
(ho'illiikr dotihe quant ty) 81 7 i holl'e. All drnij
Klatsjsell It. a
l crN,1tVC, Al OUTOF ORDER.
NO E0uAL -3.-) (.---
1 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
) 0 V
FOR SALE BY
II. Stkajai,a t Co., Cairo, Tli
Any Housekeeper ta the land can repair the Cook
Btova pal In new Firs Harks, new 0 rales and new
JJnlnga-by using BOXXUNOIX'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by all Harttwara ana 8 tore Dealers.
Pawn ma CiartrtAaa, Jaaaafactured only by
ebneka AdJnaUbla fir Bark O).,
I k I JI .11 1 IU kWTT
i v i sail am i vm ?
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