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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, lass.
Koyai, men Ken itiooa.
In thil'country we are all kings,
and we are all entitled to have as
good blood as' that ' which courses '
trough the veins of emperors.' '
There are princes and million-;
aires, languishing in feebleness and'
broken-down I bodily health, who
would be glad to have the strength ;
of the humblest laboring man. - ,1
And there are many people who
are neither kings, emperors, nor ;
millionaires, whose blood is thin,
whose circulation Is poor, who are 1
suffering from lassitude and debil
ity, and who know not the pleasure
of a hearty meal nor the enjoy
ment of being able to do a good
If snch people will put some iron
into their blood, they will vitilize
and enrich it They can do this by
the use of Brown s Iron Bitters,
the purest and most excellent iron
medicine ever made. Thousands
who were weak, languid, pale, and
prostrated, are now happy to say
that Brown's Iron Bitters brought
them up and gave them new life! 5
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Cm the Magneton Appliance Co.'t
Magnetic . Lung Protector I
PRICE CXNXY 85.
Tbf are prlcele to isota, airrtim and
oaaeita with wiak luhoi; nocssoof riccaoau
a caocr ti ever kn .wn where these
raraenta are 'worn. Toy aiao prevent and cure
Baser DimcLnct, cold. ttHicasTiix, tUL
U, TliaOATTMODBLIS, DIPHTHSKU, CATARRH, AID
ALL KIRORIR OIIIAII4. Will WliR ADJT aeJTtC
fnrfaais TiAM, Are worn over tb under-cloth-
r AT AT? ni" needles to de.crlb the
X txlUVlX) symptons of this nauseoue dle
nh that U sapping the l'f and 'rengtb of only
too manvofth faliestand bent of both xe.
Labor, study and reeearr Id America, Europe aad
lultra laadi. have reaulted In too Magnetic Long
Iroteeior, eff irdingcare f C stank, a remedf
hleh eontaloa No Dacna'tta or rai SraTiaf, and
with tba eoutlnoon dream of Jianetism per
(seating through tba afflicted organa, acer BB
TORI THIB TO A BliLTHT -OTIOII. YVg PLSCB COB
raci for uua Appliance at lent tban one-twentieth
af tba price asked by o'bera for remedlea opon
wbleh yon re all tba ehaaee. and 11 RaricuL
ir UTiTR the patronage o( tb rart ritao who
hat triad dbcmibo thiir tom.chs wiraotrr Rr-
HOTO OBTAIN J. "If I
tat and atk fit thorn. If they have not cot them.
write to the proprietor, enclosing ib price la let
bar, at our risk, and they (hall be eent to yo at
aae by mail, postpaid.
Send stamp tot u "" Departure In Medt
ml Treai ant' witr.ict aaoioma," wdb tboo
aadaottaartmoniall. ' , I ,
THI MAG.NKTOS API'UAHOE jo.. -'
SIS Htste Street, Chicago, III.
Hon. Sead one dollar In pottage alampa or
aarrency (In letter at oar nsk) with else of ahoe
aseally wore, eud try a pair of our Magnetic la
bel, and be cnnTlneed of the power residing la
war Magnetic Appliance. Positively no cold feet
whr the? are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
) THE EXCHANGE. S
Telephone for Social and
irposes, Unequaled tor
Mia rabiie Lines.
riiut jKnatt. . .
r ' ft far norlor to the man
tfUflPf-rrtieAl Terenhonita now belnff fold
rv- j A the country, The? are Wi only tela-
fbe baVing tfi Antoratic Line Wire Tlghtnar
aad tby are hb opiy leieyouaee iui mro prw
teeted; by an Oatdoor Lliditnlog Arreiuir. AH
eand are dellyered In clear and natural tone.
They are tba neateat, moat durable and reqatre let
attention repair tban any other Telephone
Bade. Send for our Ulntratd circular Agent
wanted. THB u. a. iJtLSfHUWB uu.,
Mo. It 51 Wett St., UadUon Ind
P. O, Box 28. Im
Q.EORGE H. LEACH; M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Boeclal attention oaldto the Homaoaathlc traat-
mint of anrgical dlieaie. and dtieaaea of women
aad children. ,
. OFriCB On J4lh ttreet, oppoiita tb Po-
ace, Cairo, IU .
R. J. E. STRONG,
189 Commercial Aye-, Cairo, III.
TiPOB, ILICTRO VAPOR aid MBDICATKD
BATHS " - '
A lady la attendance.
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OfFlCI Ilgbtb 8 treat, neat Oomn-erelal Avenie
JR. B W. WHITLOCK,
' Dental Surgeon.
On ma wo. IM Commercial Avaaaa, betwae
J o m M
?ar 'ImttV J ' '
P-q8 ? ?
The Daily Bolletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVKE.
OVVICIAL PAPXR UP ALBX ANDKR OUUMTT.
KN1KIIKU AT TUB CAIRO POHTOypiOH POH
TBANHIfliBION TUKUUOH THB 1IAIIJ AT 1
' lECONIf CLASS BATES. 1
Aq exchange nyi tlut few farmer
know the size of their fields or how maay
acrta they contain, and then explains how
thsy may be informed in the mutter. A
measuring cord should be part of the furni
ture on the farm. To make one, procure
77 feet of strong rope, one incharouud;
make a loop or fasten a ring cr bar at each
end, and make these f xactly 60 feet spirt.
This it four rods. Then tie a piece of red
rag in the cuntere. One acre of ground
will be a piece four of the cords (chains)
long, and two and one-half wide, equal to
18 by 10 rods, making 160 square rods to
one acta. The advantage of the ring or
loop is that one person can measure alone
by driving a stake in the ground to hold
the rope while hs' stretches it out. The
rope abould be soaked ia tar and dried,
which will prevent it from shrinking when
One of the several offensive tights of
the "happy Christmas time" just pasted,
that excited compassion and disgust fur the
victim and deep indignation against the
careless or unscrupulous vendor of the
"fictiraii' r," was a young lad, a mere ooy
apparently but fifteen yean oH, in state
of almost helpless intoxication. The boy's
ntme it Thorn. Maroney and he resides in
the filth anl. , He bad obtained liquor
from several saloon-keepers up town, and
both M mday and Tuesday was staggering
about the streets in a miserable plight.
Christmas dsy . Officer Dunker' took
charge of him and yesterday he was fined
by Magistrate Comings, and was asked to
promise that he would not do to any more,
which be did- He it stid not to be a bad
bay, but rather an industrious little fellow,
employed for ' some time in the Singer
factory, The saloon-keepers wbo sold him
the liquor (and he gave their names to the
court) did to either through careleMneee or
from mercenary motives and can not be ex
cused. They will be condemned by the pub
lic in general .and by their tellow saloon
keepers in janjCflWr; 1
By tr the roost interesting event in the
community darioi; the holidays just passed
wt the marriage, Carist m is night, at the
Episcopal buret, p ; Mi.ss Annie V. Pitch
er, of this city, and Prof. E. 8. t lark, of
Jefforson City, Mo., by R -ctor F. P. Daven
port, 8. T.B.,
Owing to the high social standing and
great popularity of the parties to the event,
the intereit in it had beea general and
strong in the community, and as a natural
result the people thronged to the church to
witness the impressive ceremony. The cere
mony was to take place at 8 o'clock, but
fully half an ' hour before this time nearly
very teat in the church was taken. As the
hour approached, the aisles gradually filled
up, then the ' vettibulf, the steps at the
door and even the sidewalks on either tide
of the entrance was crowded with people
anxiout to obtain a glimpse of the party.
The party arrived on time, and while un
der the skillful touch of Miss Emma James'
deft fingers the organ sent forth the grand
notes of Mendelssohn's wedding march, the
party moved up the broad centre aisle in
the following order:
First,'gr6omsmen, Messrs. Geo. Oil art,
W. D. Lippit, Harry Uughes and Capt. J.
Second,' brideimaids, Misses Fannie and
Lydia Pitcher, Ella Rjbbins and Hattie
'Third, theUride and groom.
Fourth,' father of bride and other re
' At ' the ' groomsmen and bridesmaids
reached the head of the aisle, they parted,
forming a line on either tide and permit
ting the contracting parties to pass before
them to the foot of the platform, where the
rector met them. The answers to the im
norttit questions were given in firm, clear
voices, distinctly heard in all parts of the
spacious, 'overcrowded room. The cere
mony concluded, the party returned to the
carriage tod were driven to the horn of
the brideV parents, where a rich1 supper
wu partaken of by them and a select few
from among their iearest friends.
They left yesterday morning for St. Louis,
from whence they will go directly to their
future home in Jefferson City.
The Wide dress wu a marvel of taste
and beauty, composed of brocaded satin of
a delicate pink shade, en court train, elobo
rately('trimmed with guipure lace. The
usual Veil and ornaments of -natural flow
er! completed the costume.
The following list of presents to the
bride, which appeared in last evening's Ar
gus, gives strong evidence of the deep and
general interest felt for both in tbit com
munity and elswhere :
Oiled walnut bed, room set, from mother
and lather.! ii
Piano and handsome wardrobe, from
. Fine black lace fichu, from Mitt Annie
Allison, Hyde Park, lilt. .
Braaa plaque with tctrlet plush brim
hand-painted, from Mrs. James Morgan,
Hyde Park, Ills.
Large lamp, from Mr. James Clark, father
of groom.' '
.French China chamber tet handsomely
deCprated, from Mist Mary Clark, lister of
Scarlet plush, hand painted hand bag,
from titter Llda.
,y Set nf toilet mats and hand worked rug
from Mist Dollie Stanton.
Handsome lace bed spread and pillow
shams, from mother.
A large tidy for rocking chair, from
Point aplique handkerchief, from Mrs.
Scarlet lamp mat, lram Nellie Morehead.
Glass and silver epergne, Uncle Richard
J. Paulison, Brooklyn, N. Y.'
Solid silver and gold revolving butter
dish, from grandmother, Mrs. Ann Puh
soti. Silver and cut glass pickle castor, from
aunt Helen Winant.
Hindsome bevelel glass mirror with
scarlet embossed velvet frame, from Mr p.
Alex. Douglass, St. Louis, Mo.
Solid silver butter knife, Irom aunt and
Mr. John Paulison,
Crochet mantle lambrequin, from cousin,
Helen Paulison, Hackensack, N. J.
Hand worked shall protector, from
cousin Susie Lafancherie, Tuscon, Arizona.
Handsome pink satin apron hand em
broidered, from Mist Miry Irvin.
Japan chamber let fiom Mr. Wra. M.
Uaokerchief, satchel bag, from Mis
Leila Morris, Chicago, III.
Handsome red plush photo album, Irom
Mrs. George Ramsey.
. Scrap basket of plush and tilk, from lit
tle Nannie Ramsey.
Panel mirror in brass frame and candle
stick ornaments, from Mrs. Nelson Yocum,
nf St. Louis, Mo.
Lare white glass and gilt vases, Wm,
Stanton and wife.
Solid silver water service from the Jeffer
son City public school teachers.
Set solid silver teaspoons, from the high
school class, Jefferson City.
Handsome thread lacs bandktrcbief,
Irom aunt Ellen Pautisoo, of Brooklyn, N.
Handsome stationery, from Mr. H. Wells
Solid silver csrd receiver, Mrt. Ann-
strong and daughter.
Large volume of Dante's Inferno, from
the graduation class of 1838, Cairo high
Silver and cnt glass pickle ctbtor, Dr.
Wm. H. Pitcher, of Paducah.
QHaodsome case solid silver fruit knives
sal nut picks, M. F.Gilbert and lady.
B.lver grtvy lidle, Miss Hattie Wheeler,
of Mt. Canned, 111.
Frosted solio silver tea service from In
dus of the Chu'ch of tbe Redeemer, Cairo.
Handsome solid silver and colored cut
glass pickle castor, Capt. James Tutteo and
Elegant solid silver cake stand, W. B.
Gilbert and lady.
Fancy satin card receiver, from Mr.
Solid silver natkin ring, from Miss Jen
Handsome large pictures of Mozart and
Beethoven in gilt aud pluth frame, from
Mrt. Anna Safford and Mr. and Mrt. II.
Half dozen damatk towels, Mr. William
Solid ailver water pitcher and waiter,
from ushers, Messrs. Wm. Lippet, George
O'Hart, Harry Yocum, of St. Louis, and
Capt. John D. Waldon, of Memphis.
Individual salt and pepper holders,
Greenaway style, from Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Biutiff, Darlington, Wis.
Elegant velvet dressing case, Miss Carrie
Elegant dressing case, Mr. Charles R.
Brass pltcque, hand painted, from Dr.
and Mrs. Wardner, Anna, 111.
Handsome thread lsce handkerchief,
from Mrs. R. W. Dugan and Mrs. Rose
Pair silver vases, from Mr. and Mrs.
Solid silver, gold lined berry spoon,
from Mrs. Chas. Galigher. '
Life size pictures in frames of Mr. and
Mrs. Bauec Metropolis, 111.
One year's subscription to Thi Caiko
Bulletin, from Mr. and Mrs. E A.
Crayon sketch on white velvet, two owls
perched on limb of tree, from Miss Clara
Morgan, Hyde Park, 111.
Do You Wish To Know All About
Weddings, Invitations and Anniversary, .
Pbecioci Stokes, Significance and Corret-
Watchbs, Gold, 8ilver and Nieklel
What shall I But for a Present?
Solid Silvbi Wake, its Value and Beauty.
Silver Plated Wake, its Besutiful Forms
And numerous other interesting subjects 1
Then bind six cents fob post ask and
receive free, the magnificently illustrated
catalogue, (1,500 illustrations,) of the
MERMOD ft JACCARD JEWELRY CO
Fourth and Locust StsM 8r. Louis, Ho.
It will be a revelation to ; you to learn at
what REMARKABLY LOW Prices this great
house sells its fine goods.
When in 8t. Louis call or them. (6)
The cigar points cut off by tho clip
pers now found at every cigar stand
are put to an extraordinary use in New
York. They are collected, sent to
Germany and there sold for the benefit
of an orphan asylum.
O No CQk ras is
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
tWo oAN7 ru
FOR SALE BY
II. teaala & Co., Cairo Ili
For Sale bV
la tar btUrahatintT talk, an,) hi bfl praMOM! tt) W
thoQMGds who ttftve rai it. ( t fuu tb prituipUtl of ,
Uf u4 death sutd iht oris; in of diw and ahoild bti rat1
if ill ihi.kiai peifilf. It eoBtaiD Tilmblt pieeoi Iptti
forth. ur, or Nerrous and Pbraloal Cbtltty, I
iia and Fbraieai itttniiqr, ixmi
hAla trkla of dimrdfr,
Memory, Deapondanar. u ito
1 brouchl on by ovtrwerk ud 141.
enttou s 1m preKiiptlona tm Catarrh, aerofolav eaa.
A 5T at llu. wgrt km by mtll.HBunlj mletaaea,
aditrwmc tb tnthor.
w.a. JAQCES, M.r..lSOW.ttCt
.lauvi'' 'Ira tiotispfi.
A tfft of J;ipan is but ono
story InVh, with a ni( riy miittiul orcli,
from the fiii)"rs of wliiclnlcpi'iid the
omiiipivsL'iit Japanese );ier lautenw.
We eateh a irlinipse of the interior, and
are amazed at the simplicity of the ap
pointments, although tins is one of the
better class of inns. Tho Moor witiiin
is covered with the universal Japanese
mats, always three feet by six in di
mensions, and, therefore, used as a
matter of convenience for household
measurement purposes. I have also
learned that ilie fans in use in this
country, with a view to the same utility,
are usually made just a foot in length.
These mats are .scrupulously clean, anil
it seems eniirely appropriate that we
remove our !m s, in obedience to the
prevalent custom, before entering.
The only remaining articles of furni
ture are some scrolls which hang on the
walls, and the common sliding screens,
which are used for converting the in
terior of the Japanese house into just it
many and such shaned apartments as
the owner jdeases. This is a respect in
which Japanese convenience goes bo
yond American convenience, though I
am not at all in doubt as to which way
A party of Kuivpean tourists are
laboriously "sipia'.ting'' about some
little tables, one for each guest, and sip
ping tea from tiny decorated cups. On
the tables are also very small dishes of
confectionery and swectmcHts. FY
waiters we olwvo modest, ever-smiling,
clean-looking Japanese maidens,
who are profuse in their demonstra
tions of civility. Indeed, we are tempt-,
etl to call it palavering before we lie
come aecu.st limed to the ways of the peo
ple. Tin; premises about the tea-house
are converted into a pretty garden,
with rockeries and cascades, thus giv
ing u:s a .sample of the landscape gar
dening for which the Japanese have
become so favorably famous, Cor. N.
0. Tihc'I iiwmil.
Chief Wig'.'l -worth, nf Austin, is a
great dog fancier, and his kennels are
nearly aiwavs stocked with choice
breeds of bird d"gs. shepherds and
otlurr blooded varieties. One day ho
met a bosom frii ti l on the avenue and
"I wish," he said, "that you would
call up to my house to-mriow. I want
to give vmi ji pointer, a valuable one."
"(, tiiank oii!" exclaimed the de
lighted fi ieiid', "1 shall certainly call."
'Then the friend, in anticipation of
the expected present of a line bird-dog,
purchased a br.-acVloading shotgun, a
thousand or two cartridges 11 gnnie
bag, and ten i r tiltecii dollars worth of
ammunition.. The next day he ap--peared
at Wigglesworth'n residence
with a handsome nickle-plnteil dog col
lar in his hand.
"Ah, good morning." said Wiggles
worth, "glad to see oll."
. "I came," explained the friend, "af
ter that pointer.'
"O, yes; I came mighty near forget
ting that. You talk too much with
your mouth on the outside."
Tho nickle-plated dog collar and the
bosom friend walked slowly up the
Wm. Ludwie & Co.,
7 J i , r W U 'r M ! MM ' M ! W. .
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. ILL.
JHiffbest Market Price Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
kkw DHOW applied to the snrrane wttl Penetrate to the very Bona,
md almost Instantly RELIIVI PAIN! ItwUl not Soli Clothimr.
nor discolor the Bkin. or lenre tfisaffreoalilo effi-cts ot any kud. it
haa no KQT'ALforthe Core of Bheamatlstp. Sprwin. Brntsee.
8 ilrnV,r Mf7
Stiff Joints, Neoralgla, Lama
&or ihroat, falna in the
unl is iually efflcafllous (or all
requimtf a iDwenui airrusive Kimaiani. eee mbwii-s Ainifttiaft '.
Ask yeur Druggist for It. Price BO
l'reparr.1 only by JACOB i.
NKW APVKIfl IS KM KNTS
W lien Winter Coiups.
Wiutrr iomi' un riiiiL'ti and cold, aod Ben-
fun' ('ap.-ine I'urDu I'la l ri come to cure them.
Makon fnt and I'r t'r un'. n who nae It. In
Tlgomie" thi) Kill; ef, l.lvnr, Hovrelaand Stomich
and picifl tuu Hit-oil rtinsuA khe palate, stirs
tho ciriUiiitlou and cIumts ihi min.1. To the wom
en and npeil (x r-i.u it unpurte etron(jth and hoDe
fuliifH. I h h hi known antidot to the Honor
hshit. Sec. and SI kim.
lilC X A CO., New York.
Ely's Cream Balm,,,
CNKlCALLEI) Kuit COI.D IN THB HKAI).
Ureain Halm ban nalneil an enrtable reputation
whcivver known ; dit tlacmn all 01 her preparation.
Send Tor circular coniiiiinDK full tnrortu Uua and
rehublf tt-attmoniala. Ky iimil, prepaid. SO cent a
puckii; ftaiiipg received, hold by all wholesale
and retail driii'ni. t. KI.V'S UK AM BALM CO.,
Owei;o, Now V rk.
GOOD Crtiiv-assers WANTED!
We f iler ram uitu' Ciui! t to good agents. Et
ery ronli-r of th psi or vrho dealru permaaeat
wor ; Knd Ur!e par. nh ti pure kjold watch
preiH-r.t' d irre. iim'd in l nt ouch fur our large
t'Umtleol p rticulurK Lwc miiiulr of ti" pip
feutfr.e. AdilrtKn WAsiilSE MANUFAOTUR
10 CO ,1 harlottu, .Mii-h..
I have a rxwitive roiuedr f nr th aboe diaeue ; br It
aae thnaaanda of cmhh of tfiuwrat kind and ot long
BtAndnitf havfl been cured. Inileed, io atronf la mr
fnithinTMeffloai-y.tJiae 1 will aondJWO BO'TTLKS
KRKK, tuKotliar with a VALUABLE TKEATIBK oil
thiadisuaita.to any auffrrr. (iie eTTiniaa andJP. O.
addreaa. Da. T. A.BLOOI; It. lsl Pearl St.5 tot
TJ ILIVlf)' lr"te' (inwee $-.1.70: Mac
iHkiUJll u lav's Enstand. Il.ei;
a-a-a-KA vaw X (irt.eu a England. $1 75:
Schiller' Thirty Team' War, 4.)c.; Creaaey' Fif
teen Ueclttve ti'ittliif, 'c. : Carlyle' French Kcv
oiutiou, 6 O een. rclillier, t'ri'any and Carlyle
In one. $1 50; KenrlcU' Ardent Kgypt, 1; Kol
lin't Ancle' t til tory, J! Ml; Froiasart's .Chron
icler, Jl.i.'i. OntHlotiim .vm.iiiiO volume Ire.
JOHN IS. AI.UKN, rutiilsber,
P.l. Dox IW. t Ve-ey 8t., New York
yVhn I lay care I do n mean merely to tpp them
for a time and then huV) t Ijbiu rnturn acninLl mean a
rndi(-Al care. I bfivo nift'ifl tMAdianaaeof t kTS, KPI
LKPH? OKFALI.INCJ S.'CKNKSHalife-loogttudy.
I warrant ray remedy to cure the worit eaao. Becauae
othera have failed ia no rt-mnn for not now receiTrn' a
cm re. Bend at once for a Treat iae ami a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. C.ivo Kjpreiaand Poatifrice. It :
coetayou nothing for a trinl, and 1 will cure 70a.
Addreaa 1)0. II. O. KOUT. 1S Pearl St. New York.
A New and t ompietc ll.itul, fronttnR o Letet
Second aud Knilroud street,
The Paasnncer Dniiot ol ISc Chicago, Ht. Lout
and ,i'w Orleane: Ullniil Central; Wabarh, Ht.
Luiiia and Parllic; lion Mountain and .Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cxin nml .it. Loin Hallway
are all Juki arrest the nrrrt; while the Bteamboat
LxndniK I" hut one ie;uan' ilintHnt,
Th Hotel la hi'atcd by ateam, has ateam
Laundry, Hydraulic KlevHtur, Electric Call Bell.
Antomallc Kiru-AlHrnm. r.Hihs, absolutely pure air,
purled Hewerage and loniplt-tu appointments.
Baporh fnrmihitit;ii; perfect aervlce; and an on
1 j. 1J. HVUK Kl V ).. rrftaaooa
PROriUKTOR OF BI'KOAT'S PATE ID
WholoHiilo lAuiier in Ie.
ICF BYTLTK CAK L A) OR TON.WELI
l'ACKKI) rUJt UllTINO
Car Loa.Ita a Specialty.
Cor.Twdftb Street and Leyee,
The Ideal Caligraph.
THS PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINt, '
iKv.nr Miichine warranted. Ad-
'justolilo type bara, perfect anto
mam) paper teed, even oaTaria
hie teiixion, no Inst motion, bev
eled platen, llxht ramaae. All
work of three penmon, much neater and mot
legible, l'ruen, $70.00 ami i6.oo.
PARKER, HITTER a CO., 420 N. ti. It Ita.
at war 1 1 m m r aii mi ' mm ur .i a.
A IHWcrtlll IHt'llUi-UtioUCOIII-
txed mostly of Ksseutial Oils
known. So cnnrpntmlrd th.t a
Back. Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Limb or in auy pan oi rn Bywem
pains In tin Stomach and Bowels,
ets per bottle If.
MERRELli, I I J
Bend di your iddroa and we will all yot'
. FRKE OF CHARGE
8mjta and Descriptive Illnatratlon f
bTURSHKEDl'8 FA till ION ABLE 8PBCIALT1II
Lace,' Knchlnga, Braldn, Embroideries aa4
Other STAND AMD AhTICLBS. Addreaa
THE K.CHSHEEDT M'F'G COV"
New Vork City.
Mention thi raper.
Mercury ha pro i need more misery and made
more crlpplH than war, pestllance and famine
combined. If you h ive ant blood dlaeaaeor akin
humor It 1 vur duty to yourself and posterity to
tage the only regeuble cure, which is Swift's
' fiwifi'i Specific haa rellered me of Malarial
Blood Polaou after I had been confined to the
hone for five months and h d beeu doied with
blue mans, calomel an l other polannou drnn
until I wan in despair Swift's Hpeclflc 1 the -
remeoTtor tnis Kina 01 nioou poison.
CM. CLAKK, Ai;t. Southern Life Tn Co.
1 Atlanta, 3.
I bare bean nslng for a month or two In mf
household, Mwlfi'i .specific (S. 8. 8.) the great por
tion 01 11 oaring neen conrnmea or 'he remale
portion i.f my family, and with the happiest r ,
ult. It acted li.e a charm on my wife, who had
beeo in bad beaitb for a longtime, and for whom
I hare paid hundreds of do lira for doctora and
medicine. It bnn to build her up from theflret
dosej. - Another feuialo member of my family took
it with equally aatinfurtory results it Is certain
ly th best tonic for delicate ladi that I haTTr
used, and I hare trlid them all. I have no doubt .
that want of exe else, close confinement la poorly
Tent Hated houses, sower gas poison and malarial
poison often produce sickness among our wits.
daughter and listers, and I belleTe Swift'
Specific la the remedy for all thi sort of blood
pol oulng. F. L. JuNaS, J. P. Quitman, Oa.
I TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For twenty yea-a I have suffered from a cancer oa
the aide of my neck near the rhould-T and exhaus
ted tbe whole catalogue of remedlea without any
relief. -The cancer growing worse all the time, th
whole upper part of my body became stiff and full
of pain. I had virtually lost tbe use of both arms,
my general health ba t broken down and I saw tt
was only a question of time when life itself would
be destroyed, in this condition I coram meed th
ne of Swift's Speci tic. The first bottle relieved
aie of tbe stlflacsa in the neck, the second k me
perfect use of my arms, and I feel strong and well
in every wsy. I am a poor man but I would not
tali"! 6,iX) 1 for the goorl I bave experienced with
Hwlft's Specific. I believe it will foroe out all th
poison and cured me.
w. H. uouison. uavisboro, Q.
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