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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKW.W,.
auVBMHKR 7. 18SS
THE BEST TJIIXG KXOIFX
Washing and Bleaching
In Hard or Soft, Hot or ( old Water.
BATFS LABOR. TIMK nd SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, and Ktve universal satlalactloii. ha
family, rich or poor, should be without it.
Hold by all Grocers. UEWtKE of imitations
well deMKiiwI to mislead. I'KAlU.I.NK u.tne
C.NLY WAKE labor-Having coin's'iind. aud a
WlLy bears Urn above symbol, aud uaiue ol
JAMEM FYLE. NEW YUK1L.
TTEA.R this, all yu people, tntf yive ear
--ll y iovalids of the world, Hop Bitters
will make you well atid to rejoice.
2. It shall cure all the people, and put
licknefis and suffering under toot.
3. Be thou uot alraid w'leu your family
is sick, or you have Briht's dine aft: or Liver
Complaint, for Hop Bitters will cure you.
4. Botb low and hinh, rich and poor
know the value of Hop Bitter for billlous,
nervou and Hheuru tic complaint!.
3. Cleanse me with Hop Bi'ters and I
ball have robust and blooming henlth.
tt. Ad l disease upon disease nod let the
worst come, I am safe if I use II p Bitters.
7. For all tuy life havi; I been plagued
with sickness an J s irs', and not until ayer
airo w;4s I cured, by Hop Bitter-.
8. H' tint keepeth his bones from ach
ing fiom Kheumatism and Neur'jia, with
Hop Bitters, doeth wisely.
9. Though thou hast sores, pimples,
freckle, silt rheum, erysipelas, blood poi
soning, yet II p Bitters" will remove tlitin
10. What woman is there, feeble and
sick Ironi female complaints, who desireth
not health and usetli Hop Bitter- and is
11. Let not Deglect to use Hop Bitters
briot: on serious Kidney and Livet com
plaint. 12. Keep the tongus from beini; furred,
thy blood pure, and thy stomach Irom
indigestion by Usir.f; Hop Bitters.
13. All my piins and aches anil di-ajH
go like chati" before the wind when I Use
14. Mark the mm who was nenrly dead
and given up by the doctor, after Usius;
Hop Bitters btcometb well.
15. Cease from worrying about nervous
ness, general debility, and urinnry tronble,
for Hop Bitters will reitore you.
From these sources ari thiffriunbs of
thsj dbte) of tiie human raoc. These
symptoms lmlicaU) their exwtenefi : Loss of
Appetite, Bowel costive, ftick Head
ache, fullness after eatlne, aversion to
isrtlnn of body or mind, Kractatlon
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A f'el'ni; of having neglected
some duty, IMxifneta, fluttering at the
Heart, lots before the eyes, highly col
ored Trine, COASTI PATIO, and de
tnandtheuse ofremelythat acts directly
on the Liver. As a Liver medicine TCTT'8
PI L.L8 have no enal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt ; removing
all Imparities throuh these three tcav.
nger of the system," producing appe
tite, sound disreation, retrulHr etnols, a cU-ar
kin and a vigorous bo1v. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cauie no nausea or gfiptntr nor Interfere
with dallv work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
H FEELS LIKE A EVT MAS.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constlpa
tlon.two years, anil nave tiled ten different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'N are the first
that have done ine any good. They have
cleaned me out nlcefy. My appetite Is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
Sold everywhere, atic. Offloe.H Murray St.,X.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hair ob Whiskers changed In
stantly toauLossr Black by a 9tngle ap
plication of this DTE. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of 1 1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRF.
A Valuable Discovery f r supplying .Magnetism to
the Human Sys em Electricity and Magueiisni
u illzed as never before for Healing the Sick.
THR MAGNttTON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE .
r llEreNDRD, the following disease withou'.med
lclne Pains IX tus back, hips, hi d ob limbs,
nirvous hebilitv, lumbao v o nehal debility,
bhrtmatism, pabalvsis, eukai.ia, soiatia,
DISKABEt Of Till KIDNEY.-. 81'INAL DISEASES, TOhFID
livik. Gout, Seminal Emissions, Impotency,
Asthma. Ilea t Difesse, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Erysipelas, Indizetlion, Hernia or Kupture, Cat
arrh, I'llos, Epilepsy, I'omh Aiiuo, etc.
When any debility of the UESEHAT1V OR
GANS occurs. Lost Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
and Vigor, lasting Weikness, and all those Dis
eases of s poraonal nstore, Irom whatever cause,
thecontiuious stream of maiuetlfm perme.u:ng
through the parts, m'lft. n'Sloru them to a healthy
action. Them Is no mistake ahout this Appll
llCt. . . .
fTllTTTI? T AHTli'C If vou aronffl cted
1U lllri IjilUlEiO. w.th Lame Back,
Weakness of tho f pint). Falling of the Woaih,
I.cncarrhiea. Chronic laftamniation or L'lcuration
of the Womb, Incidental Homurrhiwc or Kloodiuc,
ralnfnl.Biipprt'SKrd aud Irreeulur Menstmatiou.
Brrcnne, and Change of Life, this Is Iba Bast
Appliance and Curativn Aeent known.
For all lorms of l-Pui iiM l)i acuities u Is uunir
passed by nnytritnt; before Invented, botb as a
curatlvo aeut and as a source of power abd vital
Izstlon. Price of either Belt with Mwnetlc Insoles. $lu,
sent by expres 0. U. 1). aud examination al
lowed, or bv mall on receipt of price, lo ordering
send measure of waist and sUe of shoo Rumlt
tance eau be made In enrrency, sent In letters!
our risk. . . ,,
Tho Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
are worn ovor the underclothing (not next to the
body liko tho many Galvanic and Electric Hum
tines sdv.'rtls d so extensively), and should be
tak n ofT at mght. They hold tselr POWBK
FuKEVER, and are worn at all seasons of the
'"end stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Wltho it Medicine," with thousands of
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCB CO ,
21H State Street, Chicago, III .
Nots. Send one dollar to postage stmip or
currency (in letter at our risk) wlta size ol shoe
usually worn, and try s pair of our Magnetic In
sole, and be convinced of the power residing in
onr other Magnetic. Appliances. Positively no
told feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
The Daily Bulletin.
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OFFICIAL PAPKK OK ALEXANDER 0OCNTT.
KNTKIIKI) AT Til If CAIHO POHTOKFICK FOR
IHANflMlHHION THRO CO U THK MAILS AT
fiEroND CLARS KATES.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Rills ill lnlio; Mnn,lin;r flinl IrclHiTS tii
lono; hitting Hiv bftti-r r'i'ripteil.
How to Make a Vfiii tiun Ulitul Put
out hi eye-..
Chun;.'!' of t it !-. : Jin U iul tn lie call
fl (ir.iinl (tlil M;in" any iiH'iv; luit, if
vouhv ii what his ni'w natiK- is to be,
it is "A irt-rat' h'U'-r.-'
"No," mi id IJiirr-i. "mi lio'iurin mini'.
A 'ftick' iu tuy l--iiini:nl- alway innki
nie fi'i'l slci'py." Tli ii." mnarknl
Klljrjr, HlMIM! Villi WOllhl (.'till it II
Thi-y call rertairi art daubs that you
can make rn-ii (kt top nor tail of
"studios," bi'tausi! it would take a
year's study to lind out what the paint
er tried to ilo.
Irvinj:, the Knglish actor, will write a
book pvin his Impressions of Ameri
ca." Mr. Irvine's impressions of
America will be- mainly di-u-rmincd by
Anieri'-a''. iinpiv.s.sions of him.
Dr. Willis announces the fact that
"mother-in-law are not laughed at in
Persia." Same here. Ho must be a
bold, bad man, without any hair who
would laujjh at his ninthcr-in-law.
'Come away fruni dat .straw-stack,
chile," called a n'ro woman to hi-r
n. Ku-t thin er know yer'll ha!)
de hay I. vcr. Doaa T put none ob
dat straw in yi-r moiif."
So many people an- dsinin all parts
of the c'luntry jut now at the advanced
a'e of pv, cai-, that a man at : feels
kind of ba-!iful about oin;; into n bar
ber si. i lp.
A SprintieM (Mx-s.) boy received
this disjiatch from his generous Holyok
girl the other day : '-Joe, come up; I
am full of money and will pay all ex
penses." "Then; K one tiling connected with
your table," said drummer to a west
ern landlord, '-that is not urp:i'-ed bv
the best hotels in Chicago."' Yes,1'
replied the pleasant landlord, "and
what is that?" "The salt."
"Gentlemen." said the Texas man !n
the re.-taurant, when the waiter dump-d
a plate ()f hot soup down his back,
'e:it)"inen, don't lauh." A he had
risen to hi- feet and drawn two revol
vers, 1. if, wishes were respected.
A mother can cull Johnnie, it's time
to pet up." for three hours without
niaKinjran impression, but when the old
man steps to the foot of the stairs and
shouts. "John!" Johnnie takes his break
last with the rest of the family.
A physician aid jm-o-elv to a police
man one ev-'rin': "I always feel safe
when I see a policeman in the evening,
for there is no danger about." "Yes,
safer that I feel when I have a doetoi
about." was the retort.
"I say. J i nkins. can you tell a yoimjr.
tepder chicken from an old. toiieh one?"
Ol conr-e I can." "Well, how do you
tell it?" "liy the teeth." " 'hieketls
h'lve no te.th. 111.111." "No. hut 1
Th' te an-, some tiling- about the rri
tional came -.vhich are ditllciih to on-di'i-tind.
I'or instance, the out- al-
ay - occur in the innings, and when n
oame is called it i not a called air.e.
--litnlun T rnl ' iipl.
The chief of police of DufT.llo dctillf -
a suspicion- per-i.n as man standing
on :i street corner ith hi- hand- in hi?
pockets." Fold your arm- and lean
ajain-t a wall it you want to pass foi
an hoiie-t man.
A colored riil w.i- heard the othet
d.iv to remark iilidentially to a friend
"Ves'in. 1 d "'l.- writi- t" niv p'tnmsn
fren' cl.it de next time I set le day t'ut
de ceremony it'll have to conic oil"; hii"
he knows I's in e;,nii.-'. for I put it in
A St. Louis fiirl stole nineteen tradt
dollars and concealed them in hei
nimith, and even then hail jaw room
enous:!i left t sas the otlieer wlio came
to arre.-t In r so vigorously tiiat his Imii
jumped up and kicked his regulation
In Sc.'inditri via. mother-take their in
f ints to church, closely swaddled and
wrapped in fur-, and bury tlcm in the
snow-drf' - -i tin' d""i". eain: little
holes for Ihe children to breathe
through, whence from time to time is
sues a superior article of ice scream.
"Upon his first visit to Now Y'ork."
boasitully asserts a paper of that city,
"a western man is astonished." Weil,
we should say he is. He is more than
astonished. He is struck dumb when
he feels for his money find finds that
some pickpocket has relieved him of it.
Nashville has passed a city ordinance
against fortune telling. An astrolojrist
told an alderman that he was to marry
a widow worth f 150.0n0. He married
one who was in debt to the tune of $ri.
000, and he doesn't want to see any one
else so basely deceived.
A younjr lady who visited Saratoga
this summer has had seven marriage
proposal from youn men of sense and
wealth since her return home. She ap
peared at the hotel dinner table one day
in a dress costing not over 12 cents a
A yount; society num. whose mind
was running on 'another subject, ac
knowledged an even;ng invitation a
follows: "Your kind invitation for
Thursday evening i- accepted with re
gret." And then he lay awake all
Thursday night wondering why his hos
tess treated nim so coldly.
Two hver in Milwaukee agreed to
commit suicide at. the same hour the
other night. Next morning both were
up an hour earlier than usual to look
over the paper, and their disappoint
ment and disgii-t at such conduct on
the jiart of the other was too deep for
Pensncola merchants now feel as if
they would never buy another bill of
goods of the Mobile riien who quaran
tin J them; but they may get over that
feeling if they enn save ten cents freight
on a consignment. The nian of senti
ment, by the way. is not engaged in
business. Sew Orhan Vinrnjun''.
You ought to be in our room now,"
said Amv; "we have a teacher that
rules tie; roo.-t." "Well," replhvl the
high school girl, "I'd be ashamed of
myself; you should say, 'gowrns the
horizontal perch on which the fowl re
poses,' not rules the roo,t." OH City
I'licle (jeorgc: "How do you do.
I'.ellc? (Jot back again? Had a gooJ
time in the country?" I'.ellc:
did, Uncle George.' I never had such i
Dice time in my life. " Uncle George:
"What did von say his name was?"
Wonder what Uncle George means, ami
wonder, also, why Helle blu-hcs?
"Well, how do you lik this weath
er?" inquired old man HarnstHble of
Mrs. McBaker, who always looks on
the dark side of things. "Don't like it
at all," snapped that amiable virago.
"Ah! don't, cltl" mildly remarked old
l'arostable; "er-cv how do you think
you would like it if il suited you?"
A collector of a gas company present
ed a bill for iiaymMjt Ihe other day, and
was niet with the re-pon-e; "Are yon
sure this bill is riiht ? I must have
burned more gas than that." The col
lector turned white with fear, and has
tily made his way down stairs, told a
policeman that a maniac was up in the
third story, and something had better
be done about it right away.
"I have got two invitations for to
morrow," said Clara. "Charley wants
me to go with him. and Fred has also
sent me an invitation. I hate Fred, and
the place he is going to I don't like one
bit.' "Then you will go with Char
ley?" suggested her friend. "No, I
shall go with Fred. The tickets are a
dollar apiece to his excursion, while the
tickets to Charley's are only seventy
A few weeks ago a Mr. L., who was
about "coinmit'ing matrimony" with
the daughter ol a re-pectable farmer
n",ar Uttovter. wailed upon the curate
of the pari-h and reijui -ted him to let
him have some "slicking jdaister." The
reverend gentleman was at first dis
posed to be indignant, but, ascertaining
the meaning of th" facetious bachelor,
he supplied him with the article he in
quired after in the -hape of a marriage
lieen-e, and laughed heartily at the
W. F. ;.asbdi.v. ri?r editor of tar. Rru.rn
and steamboat pawn'.'cr aet-nt. Orders for all
ktrdtof steamhnat Job ptlntine solicited. Oftce
at Bower's European Hotel, No. 78 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river nwked by the gauge at this
pert at 6 p. oj. 19 feet C inches and station
ary. Chattanooga, Nov. 6. River 1 frot 10
nehes and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. River 15 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 6. Iliver 7 feet 2 in
ches and stationary.
Nashville, Nov. fl. River 6 feet 6 in
ches and falling.
PitUburg, Nov. 6 River 4 feet 2 in
ches an! failing.
St. Louis, Nov. 8. River 10 feet 1 in
ch and falling.
The popular Vint Shinkle from Cincinna
ti will repoit here early this morniog for
Memphis. She is in tip top order end
Capt. M. M. Deem is in command.
Later: The Henry A. Tyler being close
ly pursued by the Vint Sbinkle passed
down last night. She was advertised fur
The J. n. Hilloian received 2,000 Backs
ot corn at Bird's Poim yesterday and left
here for Nashville at 3:30 p. m. yesterday.
At a meeting of the pilots association in
Louisville last week they established a rate
of two hundred dollars per month for ser
vices as pilots in the Cincinnati, Louisville
and New Orleans trade.
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis is duo
this morning for St. Louis.
The Henry A. Tyler leaves this morning
at 10 o'clock for Memphis. Capt. John
Masbingle, master; Lem H. Hill, clerk.
Capt. Billy Phillips, recently in com
mand of the government boat Little Eagle,
is in the city looking as if suffering from
an attack of chills.
Tho Golden Crown from Cincinnati is
due to-night for New Orleans.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Snawneetown and will land here to
The Andy Baum tor Memphis and the
Guiding Star for New Orleans leave Cin
cinnati this evening.
The New Mary Houston comes out inde
pendent and is advertised to leave Cincin
nati this evening for New Orleans.
The City of Providence from St. Louis is
due this evening for Vicksburg.
The Anchor Line steamer City of St.
Louis leaves St. Louis at 5 p. m. to-day for
Capt. Hambleton, of St. Louis, superin
tendent of the Cairo and St. Louis narrow
gauge railroad, was in town yesterday look
ing after the interest of his road here and
he expressed himself as highly pleased with
the business management of the road at this
The Fire Department of Baltimore. Md.
Samuel V. Rcgester, Esq , pres't Board
of Fire Commissioners, recommends St.
Jacobs Oil, as the great pain-cure.
With Ely's Cream Balm a child can be
treated without pain or dread, aDd with
perfect safety. Try the remedy. It cures
Catanh, Hay Fever and Colds in the head.
Apply into nostrils with little finger.
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A New and Complete Hotel, fronting on
second aud Ballroad Streets,
aod .ewOrlrans: Iilinols Central: Wabarh. 1st.
Louis and Pacltic; lion Mountain and Southern,
JtobUeand Ohio; l ain aud St. Lmus Kaiiwavs
are all Jnst across tho strmt: while the Stesmb"!
Landii-i! is t ut ore s jnari- distant.
This Hotel is Leatrd by steam, has steam
I.anndrv, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull !k-l!s.
Antomatic Fire-Alamis. Btltis. absolutely pure lir.
perlectseerat'e and complete appouuinVnts.
hipcrb furoiehinp-i perfect service; sndannn
1. I3. HAWK Kit r t T).. 1
L. C. BOY ACTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
SK ' '1 ;
Thrnvt r-rfrrt'v bsl.nrisl FOLniS'i. BET) In th
rid. bulrtiac'ial. ' :-t ) Out a child can open
and r'nse It !l!i o-iw. T .T crn;l'!ne GKEAT
frTRKMTH. BEAt'T V "l VTIMTV It 1 th.'
VEIiT B!T. ni.t cpip-t. EASIEST FOLDED
I'FO, nr. ! .nlt"i1 i:- i!'l.r a th f llFAP
f .-T pitfjl F"M iv H-l n it" I, .irtci. It KCONO
IKE .-l'i E. mri' Vf'.K .md TEAR ft OAK
I'ETs, k'-; tl HKITHNi. I ti-AV HiOM DUNT,
and is rsp-d v ;:.! i it s i i rr. r hods in tl.a
families of tue'r'.tri .ir.'i j vr a.:ke ui aU tcctloni of
''Mnd-Tn Etnfur. IHr.SI5GC 1SK,
r"HtF.T. KAIIK.IAUK, S 1 1 F -Ii
r. O. Hfil U III I nU-DllltK Mjlea.
fceuafur l)e.'r:iilw m.d ll'nstraiwt Cirvuiar.
Factory & Office, 1465 State St, Chicago.
t'F"ln sf k&'.Lb far circular w;tli prices, please uaiua
th.t twp- r.
rROrUIETCR OF j'ITMAT S ilvvi
ICF BY THE CAR LOAPOH T'" 1.1
rACfcTKI) FOR SHIPPING
Car Lo:i(Jh a SpoiMMlrv.
() I-' F I O t.) :
0or. Twelfth Street and IV vh'
ONE OF THE BEST PH3ICIANH.
I have been usinit Swift's Hpertflc In my practice
for quite a lonij tlnio, aud I reirord it tlin best com
blnatlon as a blood purifier aud tonic. It Is entire,
ly vtgetablo. beluk; composed of tne ex'rartaof
roots which erow in tills section of Ooorifla. 1 am
fumriar wuh ltshtstorv from :tio time the formu a
was hialned from the IndmtiN. It is a curtain and
sale remedy tot all kinds of blood poison and skin
huuir, lint in the hundreds of case in which I
have usd il and seen it used, there ha never been
a failure to enre. I havo cured blood taint lu
tb Tiimn oKur.iiiTiny
with It. after T bad most finally failed bv thn most
app ovod nutbods of the treatment w ith mercu'y
and iodide, of potassium. Tb to cases hava been
cured ovor fifteen venrs ai;n, and have never had
any return of t lie illseiisMn liiem-eivis oriulheir
children. KltEI A. '1'ooMEK, M 0.
IVtry, Houston Co., On.
"Itistho h8ts l'ing remedy In my store, and
all ctusesof people buy It It bat become a house
hold remedy with inanv of nnr best citizens "
'I rell Swift's Speclflc-oftcB a gross lu ten duya
at retail, and- to all classes. Soma of Atlanta's
best people use It regularly a a tonic and alte ativa.
Our treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. ;
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlauta, (la.
I U-.'iil' 'ftZ.i . . ' . 1. . . ... ' j
W in .
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Witi. Luclwia: &
kew DKOI'S applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
aid almost Inatantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil einthino..
nor diacolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable, effects of any kfnrt. It
ha.sKOf:QfAr.fnrtrie Cnre of Rheumatism. Sprains. Braises.
Stifl Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Acho
Sore Throat Pains in the Limbs r lu any part of the System
ana is equally etueacious lor all
requiring! a poweriui uinusivo stimulant, see jiernir Aimannc
Ask your Dniggist for It. Trice 50 cU per boltle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
WTsolwalu DniRglst. 8T. LOUIS. MO
Goo 1 Pay for Aeents. $100 to fl'tCper month
madu sB'l'.m.' onr fine Books and Biblesr Write to
J. C. MiATKDY &CO.,C'hi(.ai;o, 111.
fl-T?I)S -''tbetics, (4 designs). Soinetbtuu
good. Mailed on receipt of If cents
In stamps. 1IEAKNK ALU , P.O. Box 1 87, N.V.
Ely's Cream Balm,
I'NtQUALLED for COLD In the HEAD.
Cream Halm has gulned an enviable reputation
wherever known ; displacing all oihcr preparations.
Send for circular containing full Inform tion and
reliable testimonials. By mall, propaid, 50 cents a
packu' stamps received, hold by ail wholesale
and retail drui;i,dlg. KLY'S '.'REAM BAI.M CO.,
0ei;o, New V . rk.
i WI1 HUL'T A TEACHKK! Sopcr'a
- luetannneous Guide to Kevs of l'iano
andOrL-an. Price ii. M ill teach anv Derson
toplav 0 pieces of music In one dav You could
not leur.. n from a teacher in a mouth for $20. Try
it and b convinced bstnp'ecopv wil be mailed
to auv address on receipt of 2 cents in stamp by
II K A KN K A CO.. Publishers, P, O. Hon 14s , S. .
MXi.nmi VOLUMES the choicest 1 teraturo of the
worid. 100 puje c&ia'oi;tie free. Lowest prices
ever anown. ui soiq oy aea crs. Sent tor ex
amina ion hi f ire payment on evidence of eood
faith Jull' B. AI.DUN, Publisher, 18 Ve-oy
St., y . V . P. n Box 17.
MADE ox PURPOSE
Oue of Th MMakes (?) Which are
Jlore Frequeut than Profitalile.
" by. my child, this Is nut I) ENRON'S C AP
CINV POHULS PLASTEK," salj a father to his
little danghsvr. after examinlnca packajjo shu had
iusf hmut-ht from the drug store.
"Isu't It. Par I'm sorry hut I asked the man lor
Bencon's I know I did, and he took the 25 cents
you save mo to psv for it with." exclaimed the
child positively. "Miivbe tho drug man made a
"I'll i;o round mysoHaud ' was the gentle
msu's ri in men t. as he donned his coal u.s. h.i
'A hy d m't you send me Benson's plaster, in
sUnd nf th'"-1 'sp and trashy thlni; ?"
'Way. 1 j. ,..t th.t would suit jou jott at
"Vou thochl! you thought! What business
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ment nf (,'hrouio, N'ervoiin, e-Uin and
Hloorl lUei-es ibnn auv other jilivaletnn In
Rt Louis, as cltv pi rs Lw ami all old rei
di nts keow. t'cnsultat'nn t nftleeor by mall,
free and Invited. A frlend'v taik or his opinion
costs nothluir. When II Is foeoii Vfiilut to vilt
the city .tit treatment, medicines can be sent
bv mail or exprens fcvervwhere. C'uraiile ra-efl
Kiinritntt ed; wh re doiibl exlits U Is frankly
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Diseases arising from Irr.f r-idencea, Excessat
Indulgences or Eiposuris.
It U self-evident that a physician paying
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Brent skjll. ajul iihvstclans In retrular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
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