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THE DAILY .CAIRO ..BULLETIN? WEDNESDAY MORNINU, DECEMBER 12, 188S.
The pqcheft OKst Haifr.
SedenUry anii J studious: menj
BomeUrtQ lprostrMed be
fore they kdrit "Those "who
spend much time in close mental ..
work. aad, .neglect to take enouek .
exercise,tften find their stomachs ' I
unable-to ctathe work of digestion,. f
The lwef becomes torpid. The '
bowels' act Irregularly.'. The brain '
rrfusesf to 'serve as jt once did.,,
Their preaching becomes a failure,
and there is a state of general mis-, 7
ery. So many ministers have been
restored to health by the use of
Browd Iron Batters that the clergy j
generally are , speaking to their
frfends of this medicine as the very ' '
best tonic and restorer they know
of. It restores thin and watery
blood to its proper condition by
toning it up with the purest and
most invigorating preparation of j
Iron that, science has ever made.
It is pleasant to take, and acts '
immediately with the happiest re- -ults,
not only on the parsons, but !
on other folks as welL 3
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Ufa the Magneton Appliance Co.'i
Magtfetic Lnng Protector !
PKICE ONLY 85.
Tha sTfe priceless to ladiis, eimiMiw nd
CSILDBIM With WSiC UIHUS! BOCaseofrNIUsIoaiA
oi caotrr U ever - knwn , where the
garment are worn. Tnay alto prevent and curt
IABT DimcTTLTISS, COLD, llllTinBH, (ll'ttlr
11, THBOaT TBOCBLBS, 1HJUTHSRU, CATAJUIH, ARB
ALL BIWDBtD DMBalBS. Will WI1B any Service
fur rum tiam. Aro worn over the unJer-cloth-lig.
ri rp T tjTT It Is needless to describe the
JA 1 iXiXlXllj tjra ptoos of this nauseous dls
mh thai" U sapping the life sud strength ol only
too many of the fairest and belt of botb sexes.
Labor, study and researc h lo America, Europe and
astern lands, have resulted In th Matnetlc Lang
Protector, affording cure for Catarrh, a remedy
which eflotatot No Uauoama of iHt fcrsTia, and
with the continuous stream of Manelism per
usal Ins; tbroagb the afflicted organs, mubt a
rroai them to a if altht .otic. Wa n-io cue
moa for tbia Appliance at leu than one-tweotleth
of the price asked by otters for remedies upon
which yog tikt all the chances, and we bspioiav
IT uvrrltrje aationai of the auaf ransoMs wfco
have trltd Ducvotae) ruaia rroaackta wimofT ir
rioT. HOW TO OBTAIN 0S
flat and atk for them. If they bate not got them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing the price In let
ter, at our risk, and-they shall be tent to yon at
once by mail, postpaid. , ' . .,
Bend stamp (or tbe '' Depsrtora In Medi
cal Trestaeut wrraoLT bidcikb," wt.b then
sands of testimonials-
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO..
218 Stale Street, Chicago. 111.
Kara. Bead one dollar Is postage stamps or
MrrencyOn letter at oar risk) with slxe of shoe
isually won, abd try a pair of oiu Magnetic la
soles, and be convinced of tbe power residing In
oar Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where titer are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
THE BEST TIIIXG KNOWN
Ib JUrtl or Soft,' Hoi or Cold Wafer. -
Fn3LY and knve uel'Hul satisfaction.
ESi.T nJh iooor. aiwuld be without it.
IXr,,. r.meera. - 1IEWABE of ImltoUop
weUdVeiTVd to mi ilea JEARLL"fB
Lantbe above aymboUajkl nam g
4AMK9 PTLK. NEW YORK.
A-Gre at-P XOBLE M.
a '.. u . . ... .
TAKE ALL. THE
KIDNEY and LIVER
' ' . Medicines
And Indigestion Cares
And Bilions Specifics
BRAIN and NERVE
In short, take all tue best qualities of
all tnese, ana tne oesi qaajiue n an
h hpst HetTleines of the World and
yon will find that UUP BITTERS have
the best curative Qualities and powers
tjf all concentrated in them, and that
tiey will cure when any or all of these,
ttrarly or combined, fail. A thorough
trial will give positive proof of this.
PAUL BLACKMAR & CO.,
Big Rapids, Mich.,
Mannfactorera tad General Dealers in
Lumber. Lath and Shingles
.fiiT direct from the Paw Mill, and
" save Money.
price ltstt Usaed, bat will be pleased to noU
trad price on aay pad of Lumber, tc..
TUe Daily Bulletin.
S. OmCKJ ; JO. 8 OHIO UCVKE.
oifioul TAftn ofuxtNDEttoonMrr.
tHTKHBAi AT TUB CAIRO POSToXIHCK FOR
TKANHMUHION THKOUOH TUR MAILS AT
I -' SECOND t'LAHt KATES. .
, j Postantater-0ULT4l , Greiliam reenru
mendi thHDgos irtbe postal rates aa fol
lowa: I He tbiojta tbcuoit of weight' for
rating flrst-clans oiatteri. e., letter post
age Bhd'uld be c'baoged from half an ounce
to an dunce.'. This, In connection with tbe
recent reductiop, wouM pjace tlile country
on on equality with any other iu respect to
cheap poatagei for Great Bfifaiu maiotdioa
a more liberal unite of weight tbaa tbe
United BUtti. TIiuh one ounce in the Uni
ted Staies requirea four cents, in England
two; two ounces here require eight centi,
and there three; four ouueta here sixteen,
and there four; eight ounces here thirty
two, and there six. It is believed that the
loss would be very smtll, the people further
accommodated, and a larger proportion of
fourth-class matter would bo cent under
seal, paying first-class postage. The post
age on third-class mutter, embracing news
paper, is one cent per two ounces, while
many of the larger newspapers weigh more
than two ounces. There seeins to be a
popular impression that one cent a copy is
the uniform rate for all newspapers. Most
persons deposit in 'postoffices newspapers
weighing more than two ounces with a one-
cent stamp on them. They are not entitled
to le sent, and are not. This created di
satisfaction In order to obviate this, he
recommends that the rate ot postage on
newspapers and periodictls sent by others
than the publishers or news agents be made
one cent per three ounces.
) -Col. L ml, secretary ot tbe bureau of
abor statistics, will soon publish a supple
ment to the regular report of that bureau,
in which be will give information about
the location and character of each mine in
tbe State, together with the number of men
employed, prices paid for labor, number of
tons produced, the value ot the same at the
mines, the amount of capital invested, the
number, character and causes of accidents
and a detailed account uf the Braidwood
' ' . ! ....
and Coulterville disasters. It will also
contain mention of the strikes which have
occurred, their causes and results and an
intereatiac; account of tbe inauguration of
tbe mine inspection system, together with
map shewing the inspection districts. This
supplemental report will show that forty-
nine bounties of tbe State produce coal
that there are in Illinois 639 mines: that
110,898 acres of land are controlled by
mine owners; that 12,329 acres have been
worked out; that 23,939 men are engaged
in tbe mining business; that 10,508,791
tons were produced in the year 1892-83, be
ing an increase of $1,393,133 tons over the
year 1881-82; that the value ot the coal
produced in 1882 82 at tbe mines was f to,
810,529; that the capital employed in mln
ing is $10,896,540; that the estimated
capacity of annual production is 21,035,-
485 tons. The increase in the number of
counties producing coal, during tbe year,
was three Cass. Edirar and Macon. Of
emoloves there are two classes those
working under ground and those outside
Of the former there are 20,839; of the lat
ter 3,100, a total of 23,939, an increase of
2,849 over 1882. These together with their
families are estimated to be equivalent to
100,000 people, gaining their support from
this great industry.
PROGRAMME FOR TEMPERANCE
Tuesday night, Temperance hall, at 1
o'clock. Subject, "Citenship."
Wednesday afternoon, Temperance ball
lecture especially to the ladies of the city at
3 o'clock by Mrs. Skelton.
Wednesday niirht, at the Methodist
churh subject, "License and Prohibition
Thursday, convention, morning and after
noon at jibe hall "evening at the Methodist
church. Lectures by Mrs. Villers ana airs
Friday, convention, morning and afternoon
at tbe ball, (Evening at the Methodist
church subject, "The evil effect of alcohol
on the human System," Mrs. Keples and
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Bailey, the
'Chalk Talker " will talk to the children
at ociock at tne jieuiuuisi cuurcu. i
A FEARFUL THREAT.
To Whom It May Conckbh:-S iucis
gallon. Hot water quantum placeat. Fiat
haustus ter quotidie sumundus (per force
dosum one, -"excuse my Latin."
The above porridge, without pretzel
will be administered, as directed, to the
"purloiner" of my Bulletin, alter it has
been depositel - in a wad in the
"vestibule" I recently had bored in my
front door, expressly to prevent the visits'
tion of wrath unto the cousins of only one
generation, it is to be hoped, for tbe mis
deeds of tbe aforesaid miscreant.
Nothing but the earnest supplications
and moat strenuous efforts on the part of
the "paid up" subscribers to The Bulletin
as the prayers of the wicked availeth lit
tle will prevent a speedy execution of
the manifedted intentions of tbe under
signed aggrieved, ne plus ultra con plused.
1 will see your "ante" and go one better
'excuse my Latin."
, ' Xrmt Blukkkkomholch.
TBK BOYS BBAJ1CH OF TBK T. M. C. A. WILL
OITB AN ENTERTAINMENT AT TBX T. M. C.
A. BOOM", ATUBOAT, DEC. 1 STH, AT 7 :30
P. M. ALL ABB COHDIALLY , INVITED. A
COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN TOBTAKT A
LIBRAE? FOB TUB EXCLUSIVE UBE OF TBI
BOYS OF CAIRO i ,i
1st. Singing-"Beulah Land,"
2d. Prayer Rev. J. A. Scarntt.
8d. Address of welcome, President B.
4th. Singing "Ring tbe Bells of
Heaven," B. B.
5th. Rio "The Model Weraan," Har-
6th. norn S lo Fred Comings.
7th. Longfellow, Exercise Boys of the
8th. Singing "The Bridge," Mrs.
Bth. Reading "An Afternoon in Feb.,"
10th. Clarionet Solo Mr. Arthur Lemon.
Uth. Rec The Wreck of the Hesper
us, Miss Bessie Alden.
12th. Singing "Ob, I am ao Happy in
Jesus," B. B.
18th. Address to the Boys Rector F. P.
14th. Singing "Wonderful Words of
Life," B. B.
15th. Dialogue The Competing Rail
roads," Bertie Auger, Walter Fos'er, Miles
Axley, Geo. Dewey. "
l;h. Rec "The Church Spider," Chas.
17th. Singing "Over Jordan," B. B
18th. Benediction Rev. Eden.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI
CaruondaLE, Jackson, Co., III., Dec. 5, '83.
Ta the former Students and to tbe Patrons of tbe
Good Friends: The Southern Illinois
Normal University still lives. Buildings
do not make a school any more than they
make a family. Teachers and students,
friends and lovers, patrons and laborers,
make it in spite of buildings. We have in
deed prided ourselves on our noble build
ing and our convenient, elegant rooms.
They are in ruins, but our students remain.
Tbe love and confidence of tbe people re
main with us, as an abundance of letters re
ceived by ua since the fire testify.
Tbe citizens of Carbondale have already
planned a very commodious building,
which, if the weather is favorable, will be
occupied January 2, 1834. And we an
nounce that the winter term will begin Jan
uary 1, 1884, and will continue 12 weeks.
Every study will go on as usual, and in ad
dition, German will be taught by a native,
and French also. Book-keeping will be
made a prominent study during the rest ot
Every teacher will be in place. The Li
brary and Laboratory will be as complete
as heretofore, and every one connected with
the school will be more enthusiastic, if pos
sible, than ever. We do not intend that
tbe blackened ruinB of the splendid build
ing shall stand as a monument of tbe failure
of Normal education in Southern Illinois;
but while the State is rebuilding tbe noble
structure, we intend that those ruined walls
shall announce the greater enthusiasm of
our teachers and students, and their higher
loyslty to duty.
To all young people wishing to learn and
prepare for teaching achoo!, to all who
have children or wards to educate, we still
say, come here, and you shall be wisely
taught and carefully disciplined. 1
We need make no further promises. The
people of Southern Illinois know us and
our methods. We trust them and ask that
they stand by us in this trying emergency,
and we will do even more than we hare yet
done to benefit the rising generation.
Do not forget the day, January 2, 1884,
nor the place, Carbondale, on the Illinois
Central railroad. Let every old student re
member us and fill up the new building
with five hundred or more earnest, enthu
In behalf of the Faculty,
Robt. Allyn, Principal.
N. B. For further information as to
terms, studies, etc., write as above, or to
Dr. James Robarts, Resident Trustee.
A Hero in a New Bole.
In a pcrformiiuio at Harridan &
Hart's theater there is u scene rep
resenting Castle Oiirden, in which
Capt. Julin Hussey, (ho veteran gate
keeper at Castle Garden, who has
resetted from drowning twenty-six
persons and two horses, U represented
. as jumping overboard to rescue a
drowning person. Capt. Htissey went
to seo the play on Wednesday night
and was reeognistsd by the stnjje man
ager, who sent for him.
"Capt. Hussey, I observed you in the
audience,'.' he said, "and would like
you to coino on the stage and act the
part' in which you nro represented."
"All right," said Hussey in a sten
torian voice. i "
'You will not get frightened and run
away, will you, JuokP
"Shure, Oill not; divil a bit. Show
mo the way an' yon'll see as good
an actor as ever was before an au
dience." Wbon tho scene was represented in
which a man falls overboard, and the
cry was given,"" "A man overboard;
whore's John Hussey P" the latter ap
peared, his left breast well covered
with medals; and shouted, where
is he? Show me him." Hussey was
immediately recognized, and he was
S'ven an ovation. He did not appear
e least flustrated, but finished his
part; and he is now hopeful of being
a "Btar." acw torn
ill VER NEWS.
W. P. LaBBuiN, river eauorot fni BmLiriw
and steamboat panaeajrer aeeat. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job priming solicited. Offce
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee. .
The Guiding Star anived yesterday at 4
a. ni. one had about 1200 tuna added leu
tous and departed for New Orleans at 10 a.
The City of Helena from Vicksburg ar
rived here yesterday and departed for St.
Louis at 2:30 p. in.
The Gus Fowler had a large passenger
trip yesterday on her down tiip.
The little government boat Patriot
brought up two survey boats yesterday and
deposited them up at the government
The Jas. W. Gaff wilt report here to-day
for Memphis. Tbe Gaff in her (new winter
suit) looks realdudish as everything isdone
if in the latest style. Capt. J.D.Moore
commands and Mr. Jm. Surtees conducts
the business of the office.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is
billed for Cairo this day. She is one of
the most popular Iwmts on tbe Ohio and
Mihsissippi and her destination is New Or
leans. The levee wot k on the lower Mississippi
will close atxmt Christmas for the want of
money to continue work. It is likely that
another appropriation will soon be made to
resume the improvements.
Look out for the Wyoming to-night on
her way to Cincinnati.
The John A. Scudder from St. Louis ar
rived here yester lay with about 1400 tons
of freight. She departed at 8 p. m. for
New Orleans with engagements ahead of
sufficient to fill ber out.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis will ar
rive to-night for Yicksburg.
The popular Hudson leaves the "Future
Great" this evening for Cairo, Paducah and
Sbawneetown, will pass here to-morrow
Tbe beautiful weather still continues
altogether lovely, and the goose remains
in the same old attitude). Business good
on the wharf and the river man begins to
wear a pleasant smile. Have courage hoys,
the railroads havn't got us yet.
The Andy Baum for Cincinnati will ar
rive here to-morrow morning.
The.l. H. Hillman from Nashville is due
to-day and leaves here on her return trip
to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Jim Brown, steamboat agent at Paducah,
is dointr a L'ood business with his little
Capt. Charley Nellis went up to Metrop
olis last night to look after bis boat, Ber
nard, which is converting into a barge.
The boats coming up from tbe south are
having nearly as big trips as they do down
which is unusual.
The river is failing rapidly and 18 feet
marked by tbe gautco last evening at 6
I HE GREAT GERMAN
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t : Neuralgia,
HE tPA) UK, T0OTHACHF,
. SORE throat;
Sorenesi, Cuts. Bruises,
And all ntbi-r bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS 11 BOTTLE.
Sold bv all PrupKlst and
IHMilrf. ' lliri-tkina In 11
Tlia Charles h. Vogcler Co.
n i"nn T'KIEI.IR a CO.)
IU llaltimore, Md.. I'.M. A.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soil and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
oor it may naturally be.
lagan's Magnolia Balm is a
dehcale ana harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan. Redness,
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural aro its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
o lady lias the right to
present a disfigured face In
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by ail druggists
for 75 cents.
HALMDAY BROTH Kl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
( ommission Merchaii t s,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil U
HlckMt Cub Prk Pftid for WUak
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. I 1 .. il', ( i f.M iii
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Eurs, Wool,
' '-'J- i 1 rUNir, -( j ,r . 1 lilt
kkw dkops applied to the rnirfao
.ma almost instantly RELlavB
. 41.,a1am .V a OWIm rise lavaaitil
m no KQUAtifrtrthe Cttreof
Stiff Joint Non4eia, Launa Back. Crampa, Tooth-Ache,
Sore-Throat, Palnila theTLlmba or In any part oi tho bystem
wq is equally olnoaeious (or all pains ,1a tbe Stomach and Bowel
reduirinu a powenui ainusive
Aak your.Dniggtst IK It. ; Trice so eta per twine
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
WTioltieale PmgnHut, ST. LOUIS. ISO
No Longer Needed. " ' '
The oil fichumed, vlow-acttng plaitcri "matt
pci." l!cr,iiiii'B Citp&ir.e i'oruue I'laaler art tbe
bet. as cmli, ' ' 1 v
if A PI K 3ithetJce,. (4 doaigne). Bometelng
VlJVl,g(K,(i, iin,.a V)B receipt of S cents
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WANT Kl -Ladies and yonng men Wishing to
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Ely's Cream ; Balm,:
Cream Haln has gained aa enviable reputation
wberevur known displacing all oilier preparations.
Send forcircular containing full Inform tlon and
reliable testimonials. Ht mall, prepaid, 50 cent a
pnckSii stamps recelvtd.l Hold by all wholesale
and retail drui'Ms. ELY'S KttAM UAl.M 110.,
Owi'go, Sew Y"rk. . .
DliLTPC turns, 5rtc, Byron. . Mks Mm.
I llri I r Browning, .55c., l ampbell, 40c.,
v t'li8ucir,ft"t..Dtnte, S0cl)rydea
50c , Goethe, 7ic Cioiasmitb, 5c, Hemans, 5'ic.,
Iliad and Oiijs-ey, TOc , Hood, ()c, Ingeljw. 50c.,
Keats, 4 ic., Mir.clith, 50c, Milton, 5ci, Monre,
Bile., Po.e Me.. Poe, 40c;, Schiller, toe., Scolt, 50c
T' Dnvson, tiiir., Virgil, tSo. , and others. Fine clotb
bluding. Kent for examination before payment
on evidence of good faith Catalogue free NOT
old by defer. JOHN' B. AI.DUN, Publisher,
1 have a D"itiTe remedy for the abore disease br IU
nn ttaoawndft ot cut,, ol the womt kind and of lona
standing huve bn cared. Indeed, so stronels ror
futbiniUeflioacy.thatl will send TWO BoJrLKS
FKKK,tO(eUir with a VALUABLE TRKATI8K on
this diseaas, to any sarTmr. On exprwe and f.
addnws. Va. T. A. SLQOUM. lal f earlofc,Hr Yor"
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WITHOUT A TBACHERI Soper'a
(HiitoiiD Umde to Keys of Piano
to play xO piecus of ninsic in nrru day. You could
not lear . it Irum a toucher, iu a mouth for $). Try
it and bo convinced Sample copy wil be mailed
to any address on receipt of C" rents In (lamps by
UK A KN K CO , PtiblMHirs, P. O Hoi tl8r, N. Y.
I GURE FITS!
Whn If.,. ,r- I (hinnt mean neralr to stop them
for s time and then hve them return erjin, I mean a
rndiralcure. Ihave made thediaepjrirs,l.ll- ,
l.EPSlf OR FALLING SICKNESS lifejonjrstortr.
1 warrant niy remedy to euxe uie worn esses, uw-
otners nave tni
ilw.1 i nn rn.onn far nn now rw,eivina a '
cure. Bend at onre lor a ITnatise ana a rr nnun ui
ui; infallible remedy. Give Kipnaa and FoitorSoe. It
eotiiuu')thin;foratril,and I will cure you.
Address Vu. U, G. ROOT. lb Pearl St, New York.
617 St Cbtirles Street, ST, I0UIS, M0. . , :
A rett'iliar Orn.liinr of twa medical
clli'i;e, bus twAh limner eniraired in the treat
ment uf dironio. Nervous, tUli nutl
Hlomt Dlw.uws than any other jiliyslelan in
St. I.ouls, aa city paiiera sbw and all old rest,
dents know, uinMliall"n A otlieenr at mail,
free an.l invited. A frlewl'.y talk or hla oplnlnu
rntts nmhliiK. Wlieu it U inconvenient tovlslt
the city -r treatment, luertlrlnea can besent
liy mall or express everywhere. Curable caea
(runriinleed : where doiibt exists ltia frankly'
staled. Call or U tile.
WirTOUs Prostratioa, Debility, Mental nj
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affectionsofThroat, Skin and bones, BlooJ
1 Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affefl.
tions, Old Sores a?d Ulcers, Impediments to
MarmgJ, Eheumatism, Pilus. Bpeoial
attention to cm.is from over-worked hrain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eioos8et
Indulgnacis or Exposures. ' '
It la elf-el'!ent that a physician paylnir
partleuUr atleulinii to a cls ofraes attains
Brent III. ami plivalelans In regular praetlre
all over the eountry knowing till", freiiienily
reeiin.lneii'l caw", lo the olili -I i.lhec In Amerlea.
wliijie even- known appliaiue la reaorted to,
aii'l '! pi nveil iro.,rl leiuiwtte" of all
aires jikI viiunti le are iis. il. A whole house l
Hied I'orotlh-e iiiriies, anil all HrolrritleU with
skill In a ri.i;!iiiul inainiei'i ami. iinwliig
what to do. no experiment are made. On ar
couni of the trniit nuniN'r iipplylnit, the
rbai'Kea are kept low. olUn lower than Is
di'inamlril liv olhert If von aeeure the Kkl'l
and (jet a "piie.Iy mid pen, el lii'x rurr. that M
the Important milter. I'imphlet. M paires,
sent to any addrms freo. ,
plVts. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. . pg6es.
Flenant ctolh and pit blmlln. Sealed for SO
rents In potan enrreiiry. Over Ally won
ilerful pen pletnrei, ti ue lo lift" art Idea on tha
follnwluK aulijeeta. V ho may ninny, who not;
wlivr Proper aire to marn. Who marry first.
Jlaiihood, Womanhood, rhvaleal deeay. who
ahould mari'V. Uow life ami happiness may be
Increiaecl, Those nmrrleil or contemplating
DJWtvlna should read it. It ought to lie read
oy ail mini t persons, then kept ond" lock and
kev. Popular edition, same aaalMiVej, tat paper
(over and HuO paKe. all cents bv luaiU In luouey
The Ideal Caligraph.
THS PERFECT WBITlNO MACHINE.
Kvry Machine warranteu. an
'juBtuble type bars, parfaet auto ,
mairr per leea, even uuvaria- t
lilc tension, no lost motion, bev- 1
cled platen, light carriage. All
narts lnlen-hangeBble. Does the
work ol throe penmen, much Mtiw Md. SKKw ,
legible. Prices. $70.00 and CO.
r ; .
AvENTJE, CAIRO, ILL.
Prices Paid for
powerful prepuruliou toni-
mottlr ot Essential Oils
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of the continued use of mcrniry and rotash for the
treatment or Blood and Skin diseaoes they never
cure, and nearly alwav a injure or totally ruin the
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mv drii;store was the first to soil Swift's Specific.
It was then pnt up In quart bottles which sold lor
f ft. 00 each. 1 have seen a creat m my cases enred
by Hi use, and some who had trial all sorts of
treatment. In fact I have never known It le fall
when taken pioperly. I soil a l ire quantity of It,
and for all diseases that are dupe.ulciit ou blood
polBon or skin humor. It cures
riMH.KS AND B'OIOilKS ON THE SKIN,
and makes the complexion fair and rosy. Ai for
blood taint, there Is no such word as fail. It cures
cases that have long withstood other sorts of treat
ment, aud without any of those rocurring troubles
that generally follow mercurial and other so
called cures. , T. L. MASSENBUKO,
' Macon, Ga.
For years I was afflicted with Dry Teterofth
most obstlnato type. Wa treated by many of the
best physicians: took quantities of mercury, potash
an I arsenic, which, Instead of curing the Tetter,
crippled me up with mineral poinon and rheuma
tlsm. The Tetter continued to Krow worse, and
the itching almost made me crazy. Iu this con
dition I was Induced to take Swift's Specitlc, and
tho result was astonishing as It was gratifying. In
a few ir.onths the Totter was entirely well; tho
Mercurial toleonlngall out of my svst-m audi
was a well man and due only to Swift's Hpuciflc.
All the sufferers should take It.
JAMES DUNNING, Lonlsvllle, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypress Ridge, Monroe Co., Ark , I
.July IH, I8J3. f
I have a bright little daughter who will be two
years old next month. She has been troubled
nearly ever since her birth with a skin disease,
which I first diaguosed chicken-pox, but later
found It to be eomo sort of eczema: at any ratelt
'csisted very stubbornly all the different treat
ment,. I purchased one bottle of Swill's Specific
and gave it to ber In small doses three times a day
and in a short while bad the salisfiu'.tlou to sea
that she was entirely well. 1 an so well p eased
with Us effect on her that I shall not only use It In
my practice, but 1 shall administer ii to my other
children and take It myself W. E. H hunts, M D.
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