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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 5, 1884.
TO PRESBKYE THE HEALTH
Use the Manntton Appliance Co.'
Magnetic Lung Protector I
PIUOE OlSTLY S5.
That art priceless to L4DIU, MTlfif ' and
oiu.db n with win loui; uociofmuMo'A
ob ohodp U erer Icd wn where then
tarment are wo'D. They alio prevent and curt
mar Dtmouinit, colm, Mirjawtiiii, iuau
14, THROAT THUOBLM, 1XTUTU IE1 A, OAI AHU, AMD
AXX EINDBKD OUIAIIit. Will WIB any Service
for TBitii TiABit Art worn over the undr-clolo-lag.
f ATARRTT 11 dles to describe the
VA A 111 Ulla f ympton of this ntuieou dla
hh that li sapping tbe I fa and strength of only
too inant of the falreet and bt st of both aexe.
Labor, tudy and reiearch In America, Burope and
laatern land, hire resulted In the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording care for Catarrh, a remedy
which eoiitatui No L)ku'K of thi Htitsii, ana
With the' ftontlnaone elreant of Manetism per
ineal lug through the afflicted organi, ncT RE
BTOBI THIBTO A 8IALTHT OTION. Wl PL01 CUB
fbiob for tbia Appliance at lee than one-iwenileth
of tbe price asked by othera for remedies upon
which yon take all the chancel, and wi sbmcial
vt iarrri the patronage of the mabt pimox who
bare tiled Duuoome thus, stomach without if-
HOW TO OBTAIN QT0hlo ftp W-
glat and aik for them. If they bare not got them,
write to tbe proprietor, enclosing the price la let
ter, at oar rink, and ther shall be aent to roa at
nee by mail, postpaid.
Send tamp fur tie "No Dopartar In Medi
cal Treatment wtthodt moioma," with toon
and of testimonial.
TUB MAU.N'KTOS API'LIASCE CO.,
818 mate Street, Chicago, 111.
Nors. Sead one dollar la postage etamp or
orr-ncyOn letter at nor nk) wilb slse of ho
anally worn, Ld try a pair of oar Magnetic In
sole, and be convinced of the power reld!ng In
oar Magnetic Appliance. Potitlrely no cold feet
where tuer are worn, or money refunded. 100-ly
Q-EOIIGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
Bent of surgical diseases, and dlaeaae of woman
OFKICB-On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, III.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, BLKCTBOVAPOH no M20ICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OPflCK Eighth Street, near Coma erclalAreniio.
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omow No. 1U Commercial Avenue, between
Jfgt-.t'J and Nlutb 8treu
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldeet in the city; established in 1862
Cora'l Ate., between th and 10th St.
KANTFaCTUBBB 4 ORALIS IS ALL KINDS
AmmanlUon of all deecr p't"n alwar on band at
General repairing In all kind of metal. Key
fall decrlption made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Ulve me a call, and be convinced foi
Tonrlf.attnagooftb "BIO MS."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
V4m Proortetor, Cairo, IU.
-Manufaoturer and Dealer rn
th Street., between Coml At. fcud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIUDS OP AHUNITION.
Safe Feaalred. All Kinds ol Key Made.
Boot & Shoe
lo. 90 Com'l Ate., Bet. 5th & 6th 8U.,
Just",reelvsd a fall line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
Wblch he will sell at the lowest bottom prloes. It
emprises the beet or ST. LOUIS HAND-MADR
atari of BU8TON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHILDRiN'.H SHOES, a ad GUSTS RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOES.
BrW alao make to order anything In our line
m we oei material ana wommenenip.
For Sale br
The Daily Bulletin.
omCEi NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OFPICUL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
aNTBHKD AT TBB CAIRO P08TOFFICR FOR
TBAHalOBSIOH TBBOCOH TBB UAIIJ AT
SECOND CLAM BATES.
According to Bar)?. Ry' monthly re
port for December we had a rain fall of
2.18 inches, or lei than tbe same month
in the last seven yean. The highest tem
perature during the month was 71, on the
1st; the lowest, 13, on the 18th; the great
est daily range, 80, on the 23J. Tbe wind
reached its highest velocity on the 16th and
18th, when it blew at the rate of thirty-fire
miles per hour, north and northwest; the
total wind movement during the month was
6,694 mile. Winds of twenty-five miles
per hour or over occurred on tbe 1st, 2d,
6th, 7th, Uth, 16th, 18th, 10th, 23d, 26th,
and 27tb, which makes the month by far
the windiest ot the year. Rain or. snow fell
on fltteen days; frosts occurred on tbe 3d,
9th, Hth, 12th, 26tb, and 28th. Tbe mean
temperature of the month was 43.2 or 5
degrees higher than the same month last
year and 8 lower than the same month tbe
It appears from the Chicago Tribune
of Sunday last that the matters of dispute
between the Illinois Central dignitaries have
been settled. Tbe Tribune ssys, "tbe res
ignation of Mr. W. K. Ackerman, at vice
president of the Illinois Central has been
formally accepted, and be closed his con
nection with that road last evening. Mr.
Joseph Tucker, traffic.manager, and Mr. E.
T. Jeffery, general superintendent, have
withdrawn tbeir resignations. President
J. C. Clark issued instructions to tbem yes
terday, defining their duties, and President
Clark states that they are entirely accepta
ble to both these gentlemen. Tbe greatest
harmony is etid to exist between President
Clark, Traffic Manager Tucker, and Gener
al Superintendent Jeffery, and it is believed
that there will be hereafter no more trouble
regarding the management of the Illinois
Central. With three such able and effi
cient officials at the bead of its affairs,
working in harmony, tbe Illinois Central
wiil constitute to be one of toe most proa
perous and beat goverened roads in the
THE MISSISSIPPI JETTIES.
"The great Mississippi for centuries has
been hurrying down with its current the
neb sediments wrestled from the land
through wbich it and its tributaries make
tbeir way, and. depositing them at its
mouth, has tormed those great shoals and
bars which for so long a period bad almost
closed the great commercial door at tbe
maritime entrance to tbe richest agricultu
ral district of our continent. Many reme
dies to remove tbe evil have been tried, but
none have met with tbe success of tbe Eads
system of jetties now in operation at tbe
South Pass of the great delta.
These works are simply Immense dikes
composed of layers ot willow mattresses,
stones and blocks of concrete and cement,
built up from the bed of tbe sea. They are
parallel to each other, two and one-quarter
and one and three-quarter miles long re
spectively, and are designed to confine and
guide a portion of the Mississippi's volume
eight hundred feet wide, over the interven
ing shoals, and through and beyond the
great bar lying outside the river's mouth.
This great current of water, (when con
fined between the narrow banks of the jet
ties, has its speed and scouring power
greatly augmented, so that, meeting with
tbe opposing barrier of the bar, X great
contest immediately ensued tor supremacy
The old wide-spreading and alower current
was delayed when it came to tbe bar, and,
as it paused, its sediment fell to tbe bottom,
thus constantly adding to the barriers push
ing yearly into the gulf. Tbe new current,
confined within the jetties' walls, can not
top to deposit sediment, but, urged for
ward by tbe pressure of waters behind,
rushes over the bar and shoal places, tear
log up the deposits of centuries, carrying
them and its own through the bar into tbe
deep gulf waters bepond, leaving t wide,
ever-deepening channel behind.
This great undertaking has proved a
complete success, and stately fleets now
breast the current in safety where a few
years since they were barred out altogether,
or only attempted the passage at the risk of
disasters or delays well-nigh insupporta
ble to commerce. Within the past month
tbe British steamer Silverton, the largest
freight carrying steamer in the world, next
in size to the Great Eastern, has passed
through in safety with ten thousand talea
ot cotton, besides an assorted cargo, tbe
largest that ever crossed the Atlantic.
The voyager passing from tbe restless
waters of the gulf into the comparative
calm within the jetties looks about for tbe
cause of the remarkable transition, and is
pointed out as the jetties two narrow low
strips of gray wall stretching like thin rib
bons oa the water into the distant horizon
A tall skeleton lookout tower stands near
one end ; a. low woodeu structure with scaf
foldings and stagings Is perched on the
other. Along their length appear at vary
ing intervals queer structures, mysterious
scaffolds, signal poles with swsying pen
dants and spheres and outstretched arms
whose meaning can be read by the pass
pilots only. Oyer the low-lying barriers
dash here and there feathery sprays of
foam from the turmoil of ocean outside,
while between comes down with a silent
tod impressive rush a portion of the mighty
W. P. Lahidix, nyr editor ol i'aa Bullitiw
and ateamboat paaienifer agent. Order for all
kind of cteamboat Job printing aollclted. Office
at Bower's European Hotel, No. 71 Ohio leree.
ITASBS OF TB B BIVBB.
The river marked by tbe gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 89 feet 8 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 4. River 5 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 4. River 88 feet 1 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 4. River 14 feet 6
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 4. River 13 feet 0 in
ch and falling.
Pittsburg, Jan. 4. River 10 feet 6 in
ches and falling.
Bt. Louis, Jan 4. River 3 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
The Charles Morgan from New Orleans
wis due here for Cincinnati last evening,
but owing to stormy weather ha 1 reported
at 11 p. m. when thia paragraph was writ
ten. The Qus Fowler was here on time yester
day and departed likewise. She seems to
be equal to any emergency.
Yesterday was the coldest day of the
season by a "large majority," and at 6 p. m
tbo thermometer stood S degrees above zero
and gradually falling.
About seven or eight days such weath
er aa we had yesterdsy will settle business
with boats in tbe Ohio. Tbe boys were
skating on the Mississippi yesterday just
The R. R. Springer from Cincinnat will
report here this evening for New Orleans,
Her prospect for t good passenger trip
from here is flattering.
Capt. O.H. Smith, the popular freight
and passenger of the Cairo & St. Louis nar
row-gauge railroad, who resides in St.
Louis, is in tbe city on business. He re
turns home to-day.
Only one steamer reported here yester
day and that was the Fowler, with tbe ex
ception, however, of a small towboat.
Tbe Vint Sbinkle from Cincinnati will
pass down to-night for Memphis.
The Andy Baum left Cincinnati Wedne
day for Memphis and will be followed thia
evening by the elegant steamer Buckeye
dtate, which will make five boats to repre
sent the Memphis & Ohio River packet
The Belle of Shreveport passed Vicks
burg Wednesday. She will reach here
Monday or Tues lay morning next on her
way to Cincinnati.
The Ohio commenced falling Thursday
night, and she will take a "big tumble" if
the present state of weather exists for any
length of time.
Sol Silver hos gone into winter quarters
He will not lay up here with his fleet, but
ill anchor at home near Villa Ridge.
The W. H.Cherry left here for Nashville
at 10 s. m. yesterday. She ,was flying
A pood old lady says when shn wm m
girl letters were as richly worth a
quarter as they are now 2 cenis. They
wrote on foolscap sheets in thoe days,
and had something to say that counts I
before they wrote. The'old lady s:t.
that letters are no longer a luxury, ami
while they are a conveniens!! tlmy en
courage cheap laziness.
LIST OF LETTERS BKMAINtNO UNCALLED
FOB IX THE POSTOFFICB AT CAIRO, ILL,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1884.
Mollis Alexander, Lula Barton, Sarah
Blair, Jennie M Brown, Cealie Buckner,
Elizabeth Critten, Roselle Covington, Ruda
Cova, May Covington, Lon Clemons, Celas
Celley, Dinah Ellis, Hammie Fowlks, Fan
nie Fish, Eliza Gibson. Carolina Hill, Vir
gins Aamilton, Martha Hastings, Jennie
Harris, Delto Hunter, M T Johnson, Mand
Luistong, Mary Mass, Margret Moor, Mat
tie Moor 2, Mary Miller, M E Nicholas,
Ella O'Donnell, Annie Oto, Mrs Pbillis,
Sarah Ross, S J Stevens, Maria Shothoda,
Jennie Toppings, Jennie Thomas, Emma
Tousell Geo Trover, Mary Wood, Nancy
Wagoner, Lottie Washington, Louis Wins
ton, Cats Welch, Joe Willson, Fannie
Wriss, Fannie D Waahington, Dotey Wil
liams, Mrs. Williams.
F A Baxter, E G Bacon, Frank Baronet,
D G Barnes, Austin Bishop, L M Clark,
Jas L Crane, E F Parson, Barge Cobb, J G
Drayer, M W Daskinn' Harry Dickinson,
Geo W Dolson, Jack Fry, W T Garrett,
Jack Green, Geo Hughes, Wm Hunter I M
Houston, David Hughes, E A Kaufman. W
Loften.Wm .Laurice, Wm H Mumford, W
S Marsh, J H Morris, Fred McGinnis, J
McGinms, E H McConrad, Bill Manfield, G
S Nellis, Jas Osborne, Sam Perry, John
Porey, W C Dobyns, Ratsane, J W Sutton,
Thos J States, Mack Schooler, M T Stewn
er, John P Scales, Fred Scruton, W F
Thorp, 8as Trent, H Talbott, W M Tulster,
Henry Wagner, Geo Wilcox, Charles D
Wells, Barrett Wells.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mcbpht, Postmaster.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you dittturbed at night and I" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with pain of cutting tenth? 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 upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
ow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar-coated 25 cents (6)
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Gray, of Dadeville, Ala., write nc
I have been unite ynur Da. WM. HALL'S BAL
SAM F0K1HB LlKQS, and I can aay of a tints
It la far anperlor to any otber Loni? preparation In
tbe world. My mother wa coti lined to ber bed
four week with a cough, and bad every attention
by aa rood Hbyslclan a there are In the country,
and ibey a l failed to effect a cure; but when 1
ot one bottle ol your Da.V. HALL'S BALSAM
'UK 1 HE LUNGS, ihe began to me-d riitht away.
I can aay in truta tbat It wa the mean of tavinc
her life. 1 know of five cuaea that Dr. Wm Hall'
Balnam has cared, and my mother 1 better now
than the ha been before for twenty yeara.
I the BEST SALVE for Cut, Brolln, Horn,
I leers, talt hbeum, Tetter. I'bapped Hands,
Chilblain. Corn, and all kind of Skin Era ptlnu,
Freckle and Pimple. Get Ur.NRY'H CARBOL
IC tALVK, aa all other are counterfeit, frlco
Avoid cheap goods. The Hop Plaster
cures pains and acnes wnere otner piasters
simply relieve. 25 cts at all drug stores.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons anucted with Astnma, liron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of tbe Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
bucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thwever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, tbo
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Elec'ric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They arc the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost titty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe best or none. Messrs
Shcrlet & Co.. Chicago, are m-king
specialty ol floe goods, and if you need
anything m Watches, in oust and water
proof chsps. Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They 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' 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, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicsgo, 111. Sesd for their hew
AJTD BKACTIFPLLT ILLUSTRATED CATALOG CF.
Young men, middle aged men and all
who suffer from early indiscretions will find
Allen's Brain Food the most powerful in
vignrant ever introduced; once restored by
it there is no relapse. Try it; it never fails.
$1 ; 6 for $5. At druggists.
Cured When Physicians Give Up.
"Our family physician give up our child
to die," wrote Henry Knee, Esq., of Verilla,
Warren, Co., Tenn. "It had fits. Samari
tan Ilervine has cured the child." $1.50.
H -C as
0) ami bC r-.
w (J 5
rnnc "the science
ll a vary tewrsatin knnk, sad fcai Utm vnnoatt4 ae tv
Ufa ud aatk an lbs orlils of dimata, aa thould ba
aoa wbo hafa rata a. ft iBlAina (aa Drtaelnlfla at
sy all tkiakiai ptopli. It caataiaa valuablt
i. yaluabls praaorlptlona
hraloal Debility, Los
for we ears or Nerroaa and PI
viwuuy. iMfeotlve JSatnory, Deepondenor, as it
wHvaw v, otwiravn oroairni OB oy OTwors oaa laai
ratUoMi il preaorlptiona mk Oatarrh, Sorofula, aid,
W.WAtl7aM, lf., iSS W. ata St, (MaaM), OUa,
Wm. Lndwio: & Co.,
Hides, Furs, Wool,
prw drops atiDlled to the surface
and almost Instantly RELIIVI
nor discolor the Skin, or leave
as wo equal for the Cure of Rhenmfttlsm, Sprains, Bruises
Stiff Joint, Neuralgia, Lame
Sore Throat, fain In tbe LlmM unuuuy iu ui w")1"
and Is equally efficacious for all pains In the Stomach and Bowels
reouirlmr a power! ul diffusive atunuiant. see mmtph'b Aimanan,
Ask your Druggist lor it. Frioe 60 cu per Dottle
rre;irel only by JACOB 8. UERRXXL,
Wholtaala Dm tret at. BT. LOUI8, MO
Vk hen Winter Conies.
Winter cme ltd coug'j and colds, and Ben
son' Capcine Porou Pl ter come to care tbem.
Make fuel and firm friend of ail who nee It. In
rigorate tbe Kldueyn, Liver, Bowel and Stomach
and pontt; ttie Blood. Please the paUtea, tir
tbe circu at on and cbeera the mind. To tbe wom
en and aged ptr-ton it Imparts strength and hope-
fuluen. ihe Dent Known antidote to me liquor
batlt. S"c. and (1 size.
IiIsCUa 4 CO., New Tor.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED KOR COLD IN TUB HEAD.
Cream Balm ha italned an enrlable reputation
whert-ver knowa; displacing all oi her preparation.
Bend rorclrcular containing lull tniorm lion and
reliable testimonial. By mall, prepaid, 50 cent a
pitckm iampa received, bold by all wholesale
and retail ilnugl.tH. ELY'S . KEAM BALM CO.,
Oweijo, New Y rk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED!
We offer rare ndiicement to good a:ent. Ev
ery reader of th paper who desire permanent
worn and large par, with a fl io pare told watch
present' d froe, ai.onld tend at once fur onr large
Handle of P rticalar Large supply of s pie
tenttVe. Addrxe WAbHINE MANUFACTUB
I.sG CO., l harlotte, Mich.
1 hare a p"itie remedy for the abor disease ; by lt
nie thousaoda of caa of the wnrat kind and o( Ion
tanding tinve been cared. IndeedjM ronjrls nil
"Mth intt. efficacy, that 1 will end TO BOTTLL8
FKKE, Uwetner with a VALUABLE TREATISE on
this dneaoe, to any sonVrer. Give eipresi i and VAX
address. Da. T. A. SLOG l' sC. U)lfflSt,J)W Yota
TT I Ll'lli 1 1 1 V Omte'e Greece 82.70: Mac
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Schllier' Thirty Years' War, 40c.; Creasey'a Fif
teen l ecielve Battles, 'c; Corlyle' French Kev
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Ho' Ancle t til tory, $2 60; Frolssart' Chron
icler, SI. is. Catalogue sou.oOO Tolnme tree.
JVHS B. ALDUS, HnoUsher,
P.O. Box 1H27. ig Ve-ey St., New York
When I say core 1 do not mean marely to UP thn
for at sr.i tVn huTethora return ayunI mean a
1adii'al-:i:t. 1 It vv made thediseaaeof rrTS, tPI-,tPSYOHFALl.lNUBICKNE88aUfe-lon
warrant my remedy to eure the worst eases. Because
.ih.N h..A?.il.i1 ia nn ranain 1 or Rrtt tin rAcetTUiaT a
my infallible remedy. Give Express and PostoSka. It
oosts yon nnthini
a. 1L U. ROOT. 1S Pearl Su. New York.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma
A. regular OrarJuat of twe medical
eollegt't, bits been longer engaged In the treat
nient ot Chronio, IVervoue, S"kln and
j-llooil Diseases than sat other physician In
St. Louis, as city papers shew and all old real
dents ki'ow. ('cntu'tailnn -t office or fcr mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or hla oplniou
costs no till up. Whea It Is Inconvenient to visit
tbe elty -or treatment, inrdtclnvs can be sent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable caes
guaranteed: wht!re doubt exist ll is frankly
stated. CsU or Write.
Kttous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and Other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affea
tions, Old Sores asd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cme from over-worked brala.
SUEGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imp rndenoos, ExaeesaSj
Indulgences or Exposures.
It 1 self-evident that a physician paylnj
particular attention to a class ofcaies attain
great skill, and phvslclans In regular practice
ill over tbe country knowing this, frequency
recommend cases to the oldest cfnc In America,
where every Wnowu appliance Is reorted to,
and the provrl gnnii rwinprlie of all
(jes and countries are used. A whole house l
used for office purposes, and ill are treated with
kill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
w hat to do. no experiments are made. On ac
count of the Bjeat uumlter applying, the
charge are kept low. often lower than 1
demanded by othera If you secure the skill
and (ret a spoedy and perfect lil cure, that M
the linporuut matter. Pamphlet, J6 page,
suit to any addrese tree.
tint t mnniinr ftmnr ) ?fiO
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whv Kroner ae to nmn-v. ho marry nrst.
aiiho.Hl, Womsnhoo.1. 1'hvalcal dw 00
ihoir.d man-y. Howllfe and hspplnes may oe
increSfd. Thow ntjurle.l or cont.mratlnB
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Price Paid for
I A powerful prtuiuuliuu com
,K)scd mostly ot Essential Oils
Tbe most penetrating Liniment
known. Bo concentrated that a
wlil Penetrate to the vary Bone,
PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing-,
disagreeable effects of any kind. It
Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
Bend myoar address and we will mall you
FREE OF CHANGE
Ssmple nd Dencriptlve Illutratlon ef
I. acts. Kncbinss Braid, tmhrolderiei and
other 8 PANPAHD A-TiCi.BS. Ad-irem
THE KUK8HEEDT M'FG CO.,
New York City.
Mention thl paper.
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ONE OF THE BEST PH9ICIA.N8.
I have been nslni; Swiff Specific in my practice
forquito a long tlm't, and 1 ren.d it the best com
bination a a hood pu: ifler a id tonic. It I entire
ly regetanle belni; compose 1 of t e exraciof
roots wnlch grow in ti.ts section of Georgia. I am
fami iar with 'tsh'xtorv from ihe lime tbe forma a
wa ehtalnud from t e I idiana. it is a rertaln and
sale re nt dv lot all kinds of bl d pol-on and kin
bnm r, and In tbe bundr ds of case In which I
have used It and seen tt need, there ba never be a
a failure to core. I have cured blood taint in
TBI THIRD SESERaTION
with It, after I bad most finally fulled br tbe most
app oved method of tbe treatment with mercury
and iodide of potassium. Th e caes bare been
curea over nueen yearf air), ami nave never had
any return of thediseaaxia tliem-e'vHs or la their
children. FttBD a. iooMSk, M.O.
Perry, Houston Co., Oa.
"Itl the bet"lllng remedr In my itore.and
all claisea of people buy It It has become a house
hold temedy with manv of onr best citizen "
"I sell Swift' Specific often a gross In ten days
at retail-and to all clauses. Home of Atlanta's
belt people uie It regularly at a tonic and alterative.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed
free to applicant.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC 00.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
i$M0 tN0f tJVfa
ILU WMASS. CA.
TOR SALE BY
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H. Steaoaxa & Co., Cairo, III