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TJi$ Preacher; Quiet Habits.
Sedentary and studious menj
spend much time in close mental
work, and neglect to take enougk
exercise, often find their stomachs
unable to do the work of digestion.
The liver becomes torpid. The
bowels act irregularly. The brain
wfuses to serve as it once did.
Their preaching becomes a failure,
and there is a state of general mis
cry. So many ministers have been
restored to health by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters that the clergy
generally are speaking to their
frfends of this medicine as the vory
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 preparatio of
iron that science has ever made.
It is pleasant to take, and acts
immediately with the happiest re
mits, not only on the parsons, but
on. other folks as well 3
A Valuable Discovery for supplying Magnetism to
tie Human Hys'am Electricity tail Magnetism
ttliied u never before (or Healing the Hick.
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Astfcma, Ilea Dlreaee, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Krvei poles, Indication. Hernia or Hapture, Cat
arrh, Piles, apllepsy. Dumb A (ran, etc.
When tor debility of the OBNKKATIVK OR.
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ad Vigor, Wasting Weakness, aod til thoae Dis
ease of a personal nature, from whatever caaae,
tneeonttaioas atreaio of magnetism permeating;
through (be part, muat restore them to a health
action. There la do mistake about thla App I
ecs. T0 TOE LADIES: ti?EfiS5i
Weakness f the Spine. Pilling of the Womb,
Leoeerrhaea, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, buppreesrd and irreyalar Menstruatiou,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, thla la the Beat
Appliance and Curative Agent known.
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peaaed by anything tefre invented, both a a
caratlve agent end ae a soarce of power atd vital
Inatton. Price of either Belt with Magnetic Ineolee, f 10,
eent by eipree 0 O. D. ami elimination al
lowed, or by mall en receipt of price In ordering
end measure of walat and aiae of aboe Remit
tance can be made la currency, sent in letter at
The Magnetic Garment are adapted to all ages,
are worn over the underclothing (not next to tbe
body like the many Galvanic and. E'ectrle Ham
bnge advcrtlt d ao extensively), end ahould be
Uk n off at night. They hold their POW8K
FORK VBR. and are worn at all seasons of tue
Mend at amp for the "Hew Departure la Medical
Treatment Without Medicine." with thousands ef
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neaally worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
eolee. and be convinced ol the power realding In
oar other Magnetic Appliance. Positively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
Ae an tnrlgorant. Boetetter'e Stomach Bitters
Baa received the moet poattlve endorsement from
eminent phyeiclana, and hi long occupied a fore
most rank among eaudard proprietary rem-dles.
Its properties a an alternative of disordered con
ditions of the etomacb. liver and bowele, and 1
preventlve-of malarial diseases are no leu renown
ed, and have been accorded emphatic professional
For sale bv all druggist and dealers, to whom
apply for Hottetter'e Almanac for 18S.
The Daily Bulletin.
or net-, yo. 78 ohio lkvek.
OFFICIAL PAP1R UF ALEXANDER OOCNTT.
HHTKKBD AT THB CAIHO P08TOFKICK FOR
' rBANSMISSION THROUGH TBE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
The people of Paducsh have reached
"the bitter end" of another project that was
to "pan out" so sweetly according to the
(lowing predictions of the News. Tbe P
ducah and Sbawneetown railroad, to which
the council of the former city was induced
to subscribe $100,000 stock, hss "fizzled
out," to use the News' own classical ex
pression, and recently Judge Green, the
spokesman for the Wetaug railroad com
pany, withdrew the offer to extend that
fo4 toPaducab and put in inclines there
to transfer the business of the road, on con
dition that the city of Paducah would sub
scribe $50,000. The News' enthusiastic
self-congratulation on account of the prom
ised prosperity, and its over confidt nee in
the speedy accomplishment of the proposed
great schemes, were excusable on account
of its inexperience in connection ' with such
enterprises; but tbe experiences of the last
few months must hse taught the News
end the people of Paducsh that "not til
that glitters is gold."
The National Republican central com
csittee, in session In .Washington this
week, has issued the following call : "The
itirae? become prostrated be-
kiovt' it Those who
V. v AA
Republican .national convention will meet
in Chicago, 111, on Tuesday, June 3, 1884,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the nomination of
candidates to be supported tor president
and' rice president at the aext.riection, by
the Republican electors of the several
states. All other voters without regard to
patty differences, who are in favor of elevat
ing and dignifying American labor, extend
ing and protecting home industry, giving
free popular education to the musses of the
pie and securing free suffrHge he nest count
of ballots, effectually protecting all human
rights, and who desire to promote a friend
ly feeling and permanent harmony through
out the laud, by securing a national govern
ment pledged to these objects and princi
ples, are cordially invited to send for each
state, four delegatus at l&re; for each cou
gressional district, two delegates. The
call is signed by all the members of the
Jonesboro Gazette on an extra session :
"We call upon all fiiendsof Southern Illi
nois to protest agaiust an extra session of
tbe Legislature, which some zealots are
urging, in order that an appropriation may
be made to rebuild the normal school
at Carbojdole, which has been ptrtially
destroyed by fire. After many yeart wait
ing and persistent effort the people of tra
duced Ekjypt have succeeded in securing
throe state institutions, the hospital for the
insane, tbe penitentiary and the normal
school, all located south of the Ohio &
Mississippi railroad, and sre now fixtures.
These institutions will all suffer if tbis
extra session, which will cost the tux payers
$30,000 at least, is ealled, bee a cm ot tbe
bitter feeling it will generate against
Southern Illinois. The people ot Carbon
dale are erecting temporary buildings for
tbe school, an appropriation for the pay of
the professors until the next regular session
of the Legislature has already been made,
and the school can and should continue
with very little convenience, as it
no doubt will. When tbe Leg
islature meets and tbe 'pool' is
made for the appropriations to the various
state institutions, then the Carbonla!e nor
mal school, if continued as a state institu
tion, can come in with Bloomlogton, Cham
paign, Joliet. Ksuktkee, Puntiac, Auna,
Chester and Jacksonvi le with a reasonable
chance of success. With an extra session,
aod without the help of these localities, the
appropriation would fail, to tbe injury of
the other institutions which we now nave.
We therefore appeal to G iv. Hamilton, do
not call together the legislature tint was
nearly six months in session and accom
plished very little good to the state. Let
it not be restored to life. There is no
emergency requiring so great a calamity as
this would be."
The Nenninger-Schuler-Lutz esse
which is still on trial in the circuit court
here, brings up sgain the question of tbe
equity of tha law which permits a change
of venue from one eouoty to another with
out making the first county bear the ex
pense of trying tbe case. This case, as also
several others on the docket now before
the court, belongs properly to Puhiki coun
ty where it was begun sod where the prin
cipal parties to it reside. It was tried twice
there without a satisfactory result, and a
changs of venue was taken, the judge be
fore whom it was tried sending it to this
county. Here it was also tried twice with
the same results as before, and it is now on
its third trial in this county. At each of
the two previous trials it occupied a week
of the court, time and tbis time it has oc
cupied all this week so tsr and "tbe end
is not yet." The cost of the juries snd
bsiliffs in tbe cs, which have to he borne
by the people of this county and paid in
actuaVcash out of circuit court fund, foot
up exactly $729. Besides this case, there
are two other cases from foreign counties
on the present law docket one more from
Pulaski county, Ths People for use of
Mertz vs. Robert Wilson, and one from
Johnson county, Hoffman & Smith vs. J as.
A Vial. Tbe present term, it is intended,
hall occupy but four weeks for
jury trials.' One of these is already passed
with the Nenninger case and it may be
that another will be taken up in the trial
of the other cases named, thus leaving but
half ths time for ' home cases requiring a
jury. There is bo doubt but that tbe dock
et will be cleared with as much dispatch as
may be consistent with a strict observance
of law and equity ; but that is not the ques
tion, the question is, should the people of
one county be compelled to bear the ex
penses of any trials that originate in other
counties and to which citizens of such
other counties are parties! The only man
ner in which, under tbe present law,
any county that has been afflicted with ex
pensive foreign trials can "get even" is to
end its own cases away to other counties
and this, of course, it can do only when
a change of venue is asked for by a defen
dant. And even in this meagre and uncer
tsin means of revenge, Alexan
der . county has been very poor.
During the last year or two she
has borne the expense of several long
foreign trials besides those now on docket,
notably tbeZsnone case, of Pulaski county,
and the Chapman Lumber Co. case, of
Johnson county, while Alexander county
has not had a change of venue for a num
ber of jean. Here, now, it seems, is a
statement of facts that may suggest to some
member ( of ' the' Thirty -fourth general
assembly of Illinois, a thought which, if
acted upon by him, would cause him to be
regarded as a benefactor to communities
afflicted aa Alexander county has been con
CAIRO BULLETIN; SAlURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, tat,,
tinuously afflicted for several years back.
A law compelling counties in which esses
originate to bear the expense of juries and
baliffs at least would seem to, be in order.
She Didn't Believe in Hero Worship.
Davenport, Iowa. The Democrat fur
nishes tbis item: In our schools a little
girl, who stid she worshiped ber papa be
cause he married hor mother, and was
asked by the teacher if she believed in
hero worship, answered: "No, but I do
believe in Saint worship, because 8aint Ja
cobs Oil saved my little brother's life when
he was sick with sore throat? and it cured
LIST OF LKTTKBS hkmaimko uncalled
FOK IN THB POBTOKFICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1888.
Sarah Baitey, Mamie E Coalman, Mary
Connor 2, Millie Deljy, Josie Dilmont,
Bell Davis, Colley Pishnr, Burton Fifer, B
Fraser. Mrs Franklin, Mrs Hoztsnick,
Maude Huear, Cora Hampton, Julia Eain,
Francis Kelley, Mary Lawlow, Nannie Mc
Intire, Florence Marrocks, Col her an Mack,
Francis McCutley, W F Purdon, Mary Pul
ley, Hannah Pola, Francis Penn, Annie
Roberts, David Shay, Fannie Williams.
John Anderson, John Aplenty, Rob't
Barnis, Chsrles Beed, Chsrles Clark (2),
Ceaph Crawford, Horace Curvens, John W
Clark, M M Couch, Orey Dickson, Filmond
Dixon, E W Datson, Lewis.! Gordon, W 8
Eaton, Horace Greeley, CJ Harrison, Wra
F. Hausley, Wm Howard, 8 E Harris, Jno
Johnson, Eliza Jackson, Felix King, 8am
Leken, Newma Lock wood, John A Lotig,
Ed I Lehman, Dr E M Lowe, Benjamin
Lacy, C F Lirker, John W Moody, B J
Mathews, Allsn Move, W N PorteV, Toney
Broilers, N. J. Rener, Hubbert Raschin,
Chsrles Riddle, All Rungling, Willie
Spence, Will Smith, William Seymour, 8
M Stopping, D Simmon, Richsrd White,
Minne White, Louis Willston, John Wheel
er, J P Weeaks, Ed Williams, Chsrles J
Weller, Charles Wagoner.
Persons calling for the above name must
Wk. M. Mcrpht, Postmaster.
W. p. L.mbdik, nver editor ol i ai Bulliti
and steamboat paeeeager agent. Orders for all
kinds of aleamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Bote). No. It Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THB RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 18 feet S inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. 14. River 3 fest 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 14. River 10 feet 7 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 14. River 3 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 14. River 11 feet 7 in
ches aod rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 14. River 8 feet 9 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Dec. 14. River 9 feet 2 in
ches and falling. ,
Lookout for a freeze up in the Upper
Mississippi. A cold wsve coming and the
low staeeot water witb its rapid decline
looks rather portentious. Yesterday was
clear and cold with a strong wind from the
north and gr dually growing colder during
The Golden Rule from New Orleans with
a big trip passed up last night for Cincin
The City of St. Louis from the south
passed up last night for St. Louis.
The City of Helena passed down for
Vicksburg last night. She had a nice trip
The Queen City which has been running
from Evansville to Cincinnati for tbe last
two years and created so much trouble with
the regular packets in that trade in regard
to rates, has at least "given up the ghost"
and gone south to spend the remainder of
her supersnuated career in peace and pros
perity, we hope. She passed down yester
day morning tor Ouchita river.
The Hudson, noted for promptness, high
living and clever officers, is dus tbis even
ing from Shawneetown for St. Louis. See
W. F. Lambdic, passenger agent, and get
The City of Providence frou Vicksburg
is due to night for St. Louis.
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
will receive freight here to dsy for the
The big Tom Sherlock, the largest boat
in the Southern Transportation line, will
report here this morning for New Orleans.
Capt. Patterson on the roof, and Billy Mc
Intire presides in tbe office.
Tbe Cons. Millar from Cincinnati is due
to-night for Memphis.
The Jas. W. Gaff left Memphis last even
ing for Cincinnati and will be here Sunday
noon, ready to accept freight and passen
gers to all points between Cairo and the
The Cbss. Morgan follows in the "wake"
of the Sherlock and will arrive here Mon
day on ber way south.
Billy Collins, one of the oldest stewards
on the river and has been on , the Gaff in
that capacity ever since she was built, hss
resigned hie position and retired to private
life. Billy has a comfortable home in Cin
cinnati and some very nice city property
there which will ' make him comfortable
and independent ia his old age.
The Will 8. Hays, it seems from Mem
phis advices, has a flattering prospect for a
good snd profitable business in her new
trade. In speaking of her departure for
Vicksburg last Tuesday, she is announced
aa leaving with a big trip ot freight and
people. Notwithstanding are announced cut
in rates south by the Anchor line, she got
a much heavier trip than was anticipated.
It is quite probable that the Ella Kim
brough will leave here Monday morning
for Cape Girardeau. If Capt. KimbrouKb
meets with any encouragement with ahip
pers and travellers from the Cspe and at in
termediate points, he will endeavor to es
tablish his boat as a regular tri-weekly
Hartford, Conn., docs not like the
elwtrie lijrht in itsOpcralloiiHe. People
with weak tyon complain, and the
women s:iy it riiim their complexion!.
There was company to supper, tlio
table was oct out splendidly, and all
were enjoving themselves exceedingly,
when the pet of the house unfortunate
ly whispered, "Mh, why, -don't you
have this sort of supper when there
isn't an', coin 'im ?''
The walnut tree which -served as a
whipping-post where deserters and
Tones w.'re punished during tlu-Revolu-lion
still stands near Fislikill. The iron
rinjrs to which the culprits were tied
while bcin whipped are hidden by the
bark th:tt bus grown over tbcni.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teethl If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upa it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrbnea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole sjstem. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing 8yrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tbe oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Absolutely the best Porous Plaster ever
made. Tbe Hop Piaster is composed of
Fresh Hops, Bulsams and Gums. Weak
Back, Side Ache, Sore Chtst, and all pains
are speedily cured by its use. Apply one.
Only 2$ cts. at any drug store.
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
A Keraarkable Tribute.
Sidney Onrchnrifiro, of PIttshuru. Pa. , writes :
"1 bate osed DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM KOR
THK LUNGS maiivyenr. wttti the most gratifying;
results . Tbe relievo r Hall's balsam is won
wonderful. Tae pain and rack of the body Inci
dental to a I'eht cough, soon dieappear hy the use
of a spoonful according; to directions. Mv wile
frequently sends for Hall's Halsam Instead of a
pbyrtclan, and health le apeedtly restored by its
Red Horae Powder are tbe surest care for dis
eases In animals.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
Is tbe oldest and best remedy for Dvspepsla, Bil
llousness. Malaria, Indigestion aod alld'suriler
of the Stomach, and all dlseiaes Indicating an im
pare condition of the Blood. Kidneys and Liver.
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can Le saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor Appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of tliose
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
Kucmen s Arnica salve
The Best Salve in tbe world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Of the many remedies before the public
for nervous debility and weakness of
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
tails, f 1 picg-, o tor fa. At druggists.
Free ot Cost,
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial hot
tie of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Skchlkt & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple FUted
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
sena to Saurley & Co., they will send
single article at the dozen price. The are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurlcy & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send ron their kew
A5D BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOOLF.
PAUL BLACKMAK & CO.,
Big- Rapids, Mich.,
Manufacturers and Oeneral Dealers In
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
AT WHO LES A L.K. 1
Buy direct from the Saw Mill, and
save Moneys '
Me) nrice I lata leaned, hot will hanlaaaed to aaota
aaiiTeraa prioM on any fraaa ai uaurr
W in . Luqv,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
raw nBura iJinea w ine surrace win Penetrate to the very Bona,
uid almost Instantly RCLIIVI PAIN! It will not Soil rwhino.
nor discolor the Skin, or leave rHsacrfeahle effects of any kind It
ha no EQrAt, tor the Cure- of Rhnmatlm. Sprains. Brain,
ii nm in 11 lnn1
Stiff Joints. NiuaL?ia. Lamn
pop Throat, Painaln taav Liaba or In any part ot tUo System
Una is eouallv efficacious fnr alfnaina In th atnmaoh an.:
irenmrnfc a powenui ajuusivs siuuuiant. BeeMerroirs Almanac
Ask your Druggist for It. Price 50
Prepared only by JACOB 8.
' Wholesale Druya-tit,
No Lonjrer Needed.
The nl'i.f.fhiuned, eluw-acting planters "mint
eo. Bene.ui a Capaite I oroua J'laatera art the
bet. sio cmt.
PAT? Tw Anthetlc. (4 deeigna). Something
v-'xxxiai uood. MRtlod on receipt of cent
In atamps. UEAUSK A to , P.O. Uo 1 81.N.Y.
tV'ANTKD-Ijadtea and jonng men wiihtng to
' ' earn 1 to vi every dar quietly at their homea:
work furnished; uni by mail: no canvassing; no
atarapp required for reply. Plnase addreaa EDW.
F. uAVI A Ci).,M South Main St., Fall Kiver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
t'rcaiu Balm has gained an enriable reputation
whirevir know j ; displacing all oi her preparatlona.
Send forctrcular containing fall Inform tion and
reliable testimonials. Hy mall, prepaid, 50 cent a
packs? Hlarapa received, hold by all wholesale
and retail drugKMs. ; ELY'S KB AX BALM CO.,
Owego. New X- rk.
VlfPU Burua. 50c . Byron. 50c., Mre.
-LiHi LkJ Browning. C5c., Campbell, 40c ,
Chaucer, Wc.. Dante, 0cMlJrydea
50c , Ooethe, 70c., Ooldtrnllh. 5 e., llenmna, fit.,
Iliad and Oilyev, TOc. , Hood, ".Oc., Ingeljw, 50c
Keats, 4 ., Jlendith, JOe., Mlltoli, 50c.. Moors,
6uc , Pope. JU.. Poe,40c , Srhiller,4iic., Scott, 50c
Tennyson, 60c, Virgil, 4-te., and othora. Ftnecioth
binding. Kent for examina Ion before payment
on evidence of good faith Catalogue free NOT
sold by dea r. JOHN B. Al.UDN, Publisher,
IS Vev St., New Vork, i - ...
I hare a poitiT rxrtiarlj for the abort diMM ; by Ita
nan tbuuMuill ur cjum.ii or Uu wipt kliid aud oim
undinc h beo earad. Jodned. bo ttronm I a mr
fith in ita efficacy, tbat I will ai-nd TWO Bo rTI.KS
FKKK, totnr with a VALUA KLB TKKATISK on
tbii diaeaA. to any anfferer. Give xprtaa and P. Q
addraaa. IB, T. A. bLOCC. W PaarlSt-New Vof
"MUNI I1 wn Ilot;T A TEACHKUI Sope
111 Instantaneous (iu ide t Kef of Pia
and Organ. Price $1. M ill teach any per
topla,' -.0 pleci a (if mucic in one day. Yon could
notlear it Iroin a te,cher in a month for 20. Try
it and be convinced iamp'ecoy will be mailed
to any adilrt'M nn receipt of cenlain alampa hy
HKAKNK to , Publishers, P. O. Box 1487, N. t.
I fj MRE FITS!
Wbn I any mre 1 do not mean maralr to (top them
for a time and then have them return arain, I maan a
radical cure. 1 hftva made thadmaneof t tTS, EP1
I warrant my remady to cure the woratCMM. Bacaun
other have failed Is no reason for not new racaivina a
cure, fiend at one for a Treatise and aFraa Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Kipresa and Poatoffice. It
costs you nothing fnr a trisl. and 1 will cure yon.
Address Vh. U. U. KOOT. ltd Purl St, Mew York
W II 6 TT I Ef.
617 St. Chsrles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. regular Ornduate of two medical
eolloKcs, )ij Ikvii loiwr tugaged In the treat
mHhi of t'hrouio. Nervous, fc.Uin and
Hlooil Dim e's than any ntht-r phvslclan In
St. Louis, si cltv pi r Kbew anrf ail old resi
dents know, t um-h'i U"n t oin-( or ay nisll,
free and Invited. A frleud'y talk or his opinion
costi imtli Insr. When it Is lncim eiib nt to vlll
the rlty .or treatment, nii'rilclut't can be sent
by mall or xprcs evprvwhiTP. t'nrsble cac
gu:.rautrMil; where doubt exists It I frankly
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of the continued use of mercury and rotbah for the
treatment of blood and hkln diseases they never
cure, and nearly always Injure or totally ruin ike
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mi drugstore was the first to sell Swtffe Specific.
It was then pnt np In qnart bottles which sold tor
(5.tkl each. 1 have teen a great m iny cases cored
by its use, and some who bad tried all sorts of
treatment. In fact I have never known it to fall
when taken ntopeily. 1 evil a ! rge quantity of It.
and for all diseases that are depe-ident on blood
poison or skid tumor. It cures
PI rLEe AJtD B'.O L'HKS ON THS SKIN.
and makee the complexion fair and rosy. As for
blood taint, thcro la no ench word as fail. It cures
caaee that have long wp.bstood other sorts of treat
ment, and wlihoul any of those recurring troubles
that generally follow mercurial and other so-
called eurae. T. fj. MA.HC.ItlUfie),
Foryears ' wis afflicted aith bry Teterof the
most obstinate Upe. W'a tr ated hy many of the
beat physiclms j took quant i ties of mercury, potash
and areenlc. which, lustusd of curing the Tetter,
crippled me tip with mineral poison and rheuma
tism. Th Tetter coutmued to grow worse, and
the Itching almost made me crazy. Ia this con
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the result was astonishing as it was gratifying. In
afewrronthe the letter was estlrely well; tb
Mercurial loisonlngall out of my svst m and I
was a well man and due only to swift'a Hpcclflc.
All the sufferers should take tt
JAMES DlJiM.NG, Lou'svllle, Ky.
WHAT A.rilYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypress Kldge, Monroe Co., Ark I
July 21, IS -3. f
I have a briu-ht little daughter who will he two
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nearly ever sinco her birth wi h a skin disease,
wh ch I first diagnosed chicken-pox, but later
touna it to ne some sort of ecioma: atanyratelt
teeisted very stubbornly all tbe different trrat
ments. I purchased one bottle of Swi.t's Specific
and gave it to ber In small doses three tinv.-e a day
and in a short while bad the satisfaction to sea
that she was entirely well. I an so well pleased
with its effect on ber that I shall not only use it In
my practice, bnt I shall administer ii to my other
children and take It myself. W. E. Bboxts, M.D.
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