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TO PRBSRttVE THE HEALTH
Cm the Magneton Appliance Co.'s "
Magnetic Lung Protector I
Th Br prlcelM to L40IW, IMTLIMI and
sbtixdi wttn wiaklumm; nucasiofraioMoa'A
ouoor la aver ku wa - wbire thus
tanninti are woB. .TMy slid prevent and curl
AST DIlTIOULTIl, COLD. BHDBflllI, BatlBAlr
iAttaBOATTaocu.il, (ufhtbibia, oaiabbb, aid
At KIMOaiD DIISAIB. Will win any service
forriKia tsabj, Anwomovar thi undewiloU
lag. i , ,
P.ATAP RTT ' ' needleti to deicrlb Us
A " " iy mptont of tbii ninieoni dl.
mi mat ii lapping ui iir ma itrength or only
too many of the fai-estend b.tof both lesii.
Labor, atndy and research In America. Karoos ind
altera lAodi, have retailed to the Magnetic Lam
rruveciur, an ruina cure i r uaiarrn, a reneay
which eontitui No Okocmi'iiof rgiHTma, and
wito me ftouliouon itrnaro or Manettem per
eating through the Afflicted organ, aorr ib
TOU TBBMTO A llALTHT OTIO. Wl PLaOB COM
rawi ror inn Appliance it lei tain one-twentieth
f the price Aiked by otheri for remedlaa anna
which yon tike all the chance, and v iiriouic
it Iimi tbe patronagi o( the bait fihioii who
hare ided DHOMiaa thiib stob.obi without ir-
HOW TO OBTAIN
dlt and aik for them. If they have not cot them.
write to tbe proprietor), enclosing the price la let
ter, at oar nek, and taey iball be lent to you at
ace oy man, poiipaia.
Bend etamp for tbe "New Departure to Madl
sal Treat i.eut without moioiia," wkh tboa
saadi of testimonial.
THit MAOJfETOS APPLIANCE 00.,
218 8talaHtreet. Chlp.iun. 111.
Hora. flead one dollar In. postage itinpi or
arroncy (in letter at oar rtik) with etie of thoe
aeiany worn, eta try a pair or our Magnetic la
olea, and be convinced of the power raiding la
or H agnatic Appliance. Poiitlvely noooldfaet
where titer are worn, or money refonded. 108-ly
Who want glossy, laxmlant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
malkes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
ont, arrests and enres gray
ness. remoTes dandruff ana"
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of Ming Kathairon.
1862-1883. ; -
"CITY GUjSt STORE"
OMeit in the city; established" ta 1861.
Oum'l Are. , between WO. and lOlb bt.
MANUFACTURE & 4 DKALSR IS ALL KIND
Aananniaon of all deecr pi'm ilwiv oa head at
General repairing In all kinds of metal.. Keyi
fall rieacrtptione made to order, and atlafactloa
warranted Give me a call, and he connoted for
ytrmraeltat tne gnofthe "BIO GUM."
i JOHN A, KOKHLER,
tV6m " ProDrtetor, Cairo. Ill i
The aeceiitty for prompt and efficient honiehold
vemedie la dally growint mo-e lmperatiye and
of theie Hoatetter'i Stomach Bitter I the chief
la merit and the moat popnbr. Irregularity of
the itomach and boweli, malarial levari, liver
oempielnt, debility, rbeumatlam and minor all.
menta, are thnronitbly conquered by thla lncom-
. mmIiU r.mli M.tnnti aann m1!Mn.l ..facrn.prl
and It la Justly regarded aa tbe pareat and moit
um nuh an t. ... rtff It. .
for iile by all drugglste and dealeri generally.
Toil poroua p butter la
famoua for Ita quick
tuul iMrutr action In
oaring Lame Baak,
aVtoklathoBack, Bide or Hip, UenraHtia, U Jolnte
ad Bore Chart, "J. dB?iL
. aaa and Stimulate, the part. Tbe virtue of hope oom
, ktaad vrltk eima-clean and ready to apply Bupertor to
' a,lMlh Lttona and aalvee. Price oebta or for
LA. BOW by Orug-1 JA MDL7AT
."'d A GREAT
eatp of price. Bop
flaaatr Company, Pro
arWor, BoWon, lUw.
r-fy ' $ H- $n$ -ft-tGrTbAbert
family piu made-Hawley'a Btomach and
ta a vary laMraniDi ami, aat Ma Mh maaaaca at W
eaaaaia wb. b? mi u. It aipUlM la trMalat af
a aa aaata aaa ut erifta ai aiMwai. aaa mmm aa taaa .
' to ad iklaklai a.opl. It o.UI valoibl. prMmiptleoa
CtUi fin AVarvona and Phyaleal OeMUtv.lreeA
Tliallty, Pefaetive Memory, Da.pond.noy, ui ta.
all Irala f aitonlm kra(M aa bj ntrwork aaA Ia4ts
Walt m i alaa praaarlptlonA fcr Catarrh, ierofeiA, aa
JkSLmt mS2 tTBu'aMnl' eMleijieatay
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The Daily Bulletin.
i. : OrTlt'E: NO. 71 OHIO iKVXE. ,
official papiu or alex ahdkb ooomtt.
tBTEEED AT THB CAIRO POSTOFFICa FOB
TBAMBMIMIOH THOUGH TBI KAIL! AT
SOOXD CLAM BATM. (
The Mobile & Ohio paople art in
their iplendid quarters oa Ohio lore. The
building ii one of the most complete for
tbe purpose id the city. laterality, it wu
entirely reconstructed so as to afford every
needed convenience. Tbe first floor is all
one Urge room, containing a long desk or
counter surmounted, by aa ornamental
screen behind which the beys will pursue
their tedious work. Ttie upper floors are
partitioned off into suits ot rooms, compris
ing each an office, sitting room sad sleep
ing apartment. Everything is constructed
in a substantial manner and finished off in
fine style. " Agent Birchett will make this
bis headquarters, from which he will direct
the freight affairs of the three roads he
The first number of the "Cairo nod
Moutid City Aozeiger, the weekly German
paper, which Cairo and Mound City people
have been promised for some time, made its
appearance yesterday, with Mr. C. Lohman
as editor and publisher. The paper is a
six column quarto, and presents a mechan
loal appearance that proves Mr. Lohman to
be a practical printer of no mean ability.
It is full of interesting reading matter, lo
cat and general, also shows a liberal adver
Using patroaage from cur more prominent
business men, which must give the projector
mueh encouragement in his new venture
Tbb Bulletin extends to the "Anzeiger"
tbe good band of fellowship, wishes it sue
cess in its fight for a firm foot-hold in
Southern Egypt and to this end commends
it to tbe favorable consideration of our Ger
man fellow citizens particularly and the
advertising public generally.
Another step has been taken toward
the commencement of work on the new
marine hospital building at this point. Mr,
Charles E. Brush, of Csrbondale, has been
appointed supeiintendent of the construc
tion of the building. Mr. Brush is a young
man but has mads for himself a name as
an arcbictect and mechanic in Carbondale
and vicinity. The Free Press says of him,
"Charlie is a Carbondale boy; born, brought
np and educated here. Applying himself
to the carpenter's trade and the profession
of the architect, he has risen to great height
for one of his age on the ladder of fame.
Heretofore we have spoken of the residence
of Mr. H. F. Campbell, planned, erected
and finished by Mr. Bush. Tbe attention
of Supetvlsiog Architect Bell wu called to
this building, and from this and other
work executed by Mr. Brush, tbe govern
meot architect felt himself justified in ten
dering him the work of erecting the Cairo
W. P. Laudot, river editor of Pas Bcuarnr
end steamboat paenirer agent. Order for all
kind of iteamboat Job printing eollclted. Office
al Bower'e European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
I ' , ; V IT ABBS Of TB B BIVBJU
" The river msrked by the gauge at this
port at 9 p. m. 8a feet I inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 7. River 4 feet 0
laches and falling. ' s
Cincinnati, Jan. 7. River 86 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Jin. 7. River 18 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 7. River U feet 8 ia
h and falling.
Pittsburg, Jsn. 7. River i feet 2 in
ches and falling.
' 8t Louis, Jan a. River 7' feet 8 in
ehee and falling.
' Our "intelligent juvenile typo," in setting
up the notice of the Charles Morgan's pass
enger trip which we mentioned in Sun
day's issue, made it. read $87.85 when it
should have $2,785 for the round trip when
she arrived at Cairo. We correct tbe mis
take because we like Capt, Harry and want
to give him credit for all he deserves.
Testerday was an ugly, gloomy, old
fashioned winter day, and the Fowler was
the only psssenger boat that bad the im
prudence to report.
The R. R. Springer had not reported
when this notice wu written last night,
butjwe arewillidg to wager a small sum
that another day will not close on her be
fore she comes to time she will leave here
for New Orleans this morning.
The B. S. Rhea did not come through
yesterday as the weather was too tough for
- The Cons Millsr left Memphis Saturday
night for Cincinnati with 1,500 barrels ot
coal oil besides a good miscellaneous
freight trip. -She will report here to-morrow
Capt. Wub Thompson, of the Belle of
Sbreveport wired us from Memphis that he
would arrive here to-morrow morning on
his way to Cincinnsti.
The Andy Baum passed down Sunday
morning with t good trip ot freight and
lCpt.-Hegler, the "old salt," would not
be intimidated by the rough weather last
Saturday, but left on time for New Orleau
The Ella Kimbrough has gone over to
East Cairo on a visit, but will return as
soon as there is a prospect of busineu open
The recent cold spell has been accom
panied with some very disutrous fires. Tbe
worst and most distressing reported wu at
Belleville, III., which some twenty odd
lives were lost.
The present snap will close with a big
anew storm which is now several inches
The Ohio is still open and boats are able
to navigate, but tbe Mississippi is closed
Capt. Tom Shields, freight agent of the
Anchor line, is in St. Louis on business tor
his line of boats. He will return this week
Ante. Their Home and Habit.
Master Charles 11 Bolton, 15 years
old, contributes an interesting article
on the above-named topic to the Von
gregationalist, from which we take the
Some warm day when you do not
know what to do, find an ant-hill under
a shady tree and watch the little
fellows at their work. Thia what I
have being doing. The rin"; of earth
around the hole, like the wall of a fort,
is familiar, but tbe most interesting
part of their homes is under the
ground. See them drag the pebbles
out of the hole in the center. If you
could follow it down you would find
the way irregular, and at the end a
number of galleries each supported by
little pillars of earth. The young ants
are kept on these shelves, and, in fact,
it is their city.
Here the chief men meet to talk over
Mie matters of the colony. But how
can they talk? Put an ant under the
microscope and you will see two little
projections on the head, called man
dibles. The ant touches its mandibles
to those of its neighbor and thus they
speak. Ants are very strong, persever
ing and industrious, some working all
night, and I have seen an ant carry a
stone three or four times its size.
Thev are fond of sweet things. Once
I laid a piece of sugar near a hole. An
ant soon found it, and though the
piece was many times as large as it
self, it lifted the sugar above its head
and started for the hill all went well
until the hill was reached. It would
Set hold of the sugar and attempt to
rag it up, but when the first pebble
was struck it would roll over and
over. At last, by leveling a place so
as to get a start, by the occasional help
of a passing ant, the sugar was pulled
over the hill
I noticed a spider, one day, stop to
rest near an ant-hill The ants 6oou
saw him and four or five came out.
They took hold of his legs and swarm
ed on his back. He was dragged into
the hole and the rest flocked out to
help eat him up. The ants carry their
young out evry pleasant day to lie in
the sun, and at the first sight of rain
they hurry them into their house.
These little creatures have good mem
ories and never forget their friends. If
an ant be taken out of an ant-hill, kept
for two months and then put back into
the same hill it will be received; but if
it will be placed iu another, it will be
In Texas there is found the "agricul
tural" ant. These clear a place for
weeds and grass for about two fee't
around their house. They then drop
the seed of a kind of grass they like
very much. The ants take care of the
young blades, protecting them from
insects, and when tho grain is ripe
carry it into their homes. But what
is more peculiar, if the st re of food
should become damp during a rain, it
will all be carried out on the first
sunny day and dried and then brought
Cautloua Mr. Huntington.
"Huntington, the New York railway
magnate, is a very cautious man," a
Wall street operator told me recently.
"Ho never gets left where prudence
will save him. For instance, not Ion
ago an acquintance of mine who had
been having some transactions with
Huntington went into his office and at
tempted to carry a certain point by
persistently claiming that Mr. Hunting
ton had said so and so during a previ
"My memory is very poor on such
things," said the magnate.
"Mine is excellent; it is as fresh as if
It were yesterday," remarked my ac
quaintance. "The fact is, my memory is so poor
I dare not trust it, and I never dispute
my friends in whom I have confidence,"
continued Mr. Huntington.
"Thank you, thank you; I know I am
right, I know lam!" ejaculated my now
confident acquaintance, who was de
lightfully thinking that by this little
stroke he would be a few thousands
better off than If he hadn't suspected
the railway man's defective memory.
"Very likely you are right very
likely," quietly said Mr. Huntington.
"But, William! William! bring your
book, turn to Jan. 4, 18S3, and see
what It was I said to Mr. W."
The stenographer stepped out from
behind his little screen, Drought out his
little book, aud my friend's little game
"Your memory isn't as good as you
thought it was," said Huntington.
"William, perhaps you had better
write out what the gentleman has been
saying hore to-day and read it to him
so he won't forget it."
As Huntington grinned at this cruel
larcasm, my discomfited friend sud
denly remembered that he had an en
gagement with his brother and hastened
away. Memphis Avalanche.
The London General Omnibus Com
pany, which has given a fair trial to the
experiment of using Bolgian horses, has
S'ven it up. It has been ascertained that
e serviceable life of a Belgian horse
(costing (200) does not average more
than six years; while a British horse
(costing on an average no more) will
last double the time. When the Bel
gian horse is used up, the company can
only got $40 or $50 lor hiin. The Brit
ish horse, under similar conditions, will
realise $76. ,
Another St. Louts Oiri.
A rich Chicago girl was visiting a
poor friend who was teaching school in
St. Louis, and the two girls were talk
in over their respective situations iu
Hie. " ,
"You have to work very L?& d011'
you?" asked the Cnicairo glrL
"Yes," was the answer, "but I fib.
a great deal to interest and entertain
"I don't do anything, but have a
good timo, and I enjoy it thoroughly."
"I shouid think you would."
"Let's change for awhile. How
would you like to be in my shoes?"
"Well," said the St. Louis girl, look
inn' at the foot of the other one, "there's
only one thing against it"
"What's that, pray?"
"Why, deur, if I got into your shoes
to-day, the papers all over the country
would como out tomorrow morning
with flaring head lines: 'Mysterious
Disappearance of Another St. Louis
Girl, and I don't want any unpleasant
notoriety." Merchant Traveler.
a i a
The shrinkage of Tulare Lake, Cal.,
uncovered a prehistoric settlement,
stone buildings, traces of canals, once
bordered with tree, and other eviden
ces of occupation by an unknown race,
being clearly dliuil hs thn water sub
siileii. Id the Hop Porous Piastsr ths virtue of
Fresh Hops are combined with strengthen
ing nud stimulating balsams, and its cures
of Weak Bick, Pain the Side, Rheumatism,
and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest are
simply marvsllou, it being mors efficacious
aDtl thorough than any liminent or liquid
rimedie. You'll say so after using.
Time is Money.
Time and money will be saved by keep
ing Kidney-Wort in the bouse. It is an
invaluable remedy for all disorders of the
Kidney, Liver ana B wels and tor all dis
eases arising from obstructions of these or
gans. It has cured many obstinate cases
after hundreds ot dollars had been paid to
physicians without obtaining relief. It
cures Constipation, Piles, Biliousness and
all kindred disorders. Keep it by you.
JSfThe Voice of the People. No family
Dyes were ever so popular as the Diamond
Dyes. Tbey never fail. The black is far
superior to logwood. The other colors are
brilliant. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l :ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing 8yrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value it 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
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the iuMe, is the prescrip
tion of one of tbe oldest and bet-t female
phyeicians and nurses in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle. '
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for tbe rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at BarcUy
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Orav, of Dxdevllle. Ala , write u:
I have been nelLir vnr On Wu. HALL'S B AL.
BAH FUK IHK LOU3. and I can av of a trnta
it ia far raperlor to any other Long prepiraiion In
tbe world. Mv mother wa con lined to her bed
four week with cough, and had everr att-ntlon
by aa rood hyalclan there ate In the country,
and they a l failed to effect a cure; but when I
got one bottle ol your Da. HALL'S BALAAM
FOR 1 HE LUNGS, ehe heeau to n e d right away.
i can eay in truto mil it wa me mean u living
her life. 1 know of five erne that Dr Wm Hall'
Balam ha cored, ind my mother 1 better now
than he ha been before for twenty year.
Henry's Carbolic Salve
I the BEST SALVE for Cut, Brulici, Sort,
I leer, bait hbeum, Tetter, Chapped Bind,
Chilblain Corn, ai.il all kind of skin Eruption,
rreckle ind f implea . uet H - r. Kl ' UAKHUL
IC bALVE, ii all others are counterfeit!. Price
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with ' low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be Inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tbe praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (S)
hucKien'8 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 ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
None But First Class Goods- '
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe best or none. Messrs.
Sbcblbt & 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 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'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, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send for tbeir new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOOrF.
Young men,' middle aged men and all
who suffer from early indiscretions will find
Allen's Brain Food tbe most powerful In
vignrant ever introduced ; once restored by
it there is no relapse. Try it; it never tails.
$1 ; 6 for $3. At druggists. :
LUU llj f i S tl
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NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
-Hl4Tbe8t 1 Market
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
HfiaaeiWI pi.. aa ajw-W WAyar-aaawMjyM
rsw drops applied to tbe surface
and almost Instantly RBUIVI
nor dlaoolor th Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kmd. It
has no equal tor the Onre of lUftunatlsm, Sprains. Bruises.
Stiff Joints. NemnladfeLauneBeick. CrantM. Tooth-Ac he.
Sor Throat, Painalq ta Limbs or In any part of tho System
nna is equally emoaciou tor tui pains
requiring a powenui tuouiive stimulant, bee jnerroirs Ainmnae.
Ask your Druggist for It. Price bo ct
Prepared only by JACOB B. MERRELL,
When Winter Come.
Winter come ith coqeq and cold, and Ban.
inn' Capclne Poroui Pla ter coin to care them.
PAKKUK'S TON tO. -
Make fast and flr.n friend of all who ne tt. In
vigorate tbe Kldueya, Liver, Bowel and Stomach
aud pnnfl'ja tbe Blood. Pleaae the palate, tlr
the circulation and cheer the mind. To the wom
en and sued itr.on It impart atrength and hope
fulouM. The best known antidote to the liquor
habit. SOc. and II ilse.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED ITOR COLD IS THS HEAD.
( roam Balm has gained an enviable renntatlon
wherever knowo ; displacing all 01 her preparation,
bend forclreuiar containing fall Inform Hon and
reliable teatlinonial. By maU, prepaid, 60 cent a
packtw i-iamp received, hold by all wholeiale
and retail drucgl.ta. ELY'S ' ttSAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED!
We offer rare nducement to good a.'enta. Ev
ery reader of th paper who deilre permanent
wor and large pay, with a die pure gold watch
preaectt d free, .ould tend at once for onr large
handle of p rticnlar Lerge anuply of ia pie
entfr,e. Adlre WASHiNE MASUFACTL'E
IQ CO.. Charlotte, Mich.
I have a pnaiti ve remedy f or th above dieeaaa ; br Hi
oae tbouianda of eaaaa of the wont kind and oflonf
ataodmg have baeo cured. Indaad, ao atronala mi
fnith in ita efficacy, that I arlll end TWO BOTTLK8
FHKK, toiiBtuer with a VALUABLE TRKATIBE on
thia diaoane, to any eufferer. Give aipraaa and P. O.
addraaa. Da. T. JuSLOOU at. Ibl Pearl8i..M. Yo
Gnite'a urei-ce $i.70: Mac
an lav England. Bl.S :
Green' England, fl 75;
Schiller' Thirty Year' War, 40c.; L'rxaaey' Fif
teen I ecltlve B-tttle. inc. : C.rlvle Freucn Kev
olutioo.B. r. d een, -chiller, Creaay an1 Car yl
in one (l so; lienricn' Ancient auypt, at; noi
lin'i Ancle t rt tory, ft Ml; Froleiart' Chron
icier, SI. 2) catalogue ohu.ouj volume iree.
JOHN B. ALDKN, PobltehHr, ' .
P.O. Box rUi. , '8 Ve-cy suNewTora
I P.O. Box i-Ji: . if) Va.
I u" sm wm BQ aft ft
I ifUKE: Piiai
tVh"n .. - i-urn I do not mean marely to tpp them
i-urn I do not mean merely to (top them
aw a t .hi ; vn Imve tnaio return arain, i ni
Indi'-nl cure, i u vis made the dneaae or r 1 1 o,
.EPsyoit Falling siCKNGssaUfa-lou
'!!. - -i- ..... a, rT. l fra ir pi.
.warrant myremedytocureuiewonteaeM. iiecauae
otheri bare failed ia no reason far not now racatvfn- a
eure. IVnd at once for a Treatise and a Fre lint tie of
. my infallibl remedy. Uive Eipraiaand PoatoSkva. It
' eoata yoo untwine; for a trial, and I will cure yoJ
Addreaa Da. H. O. HOOT. 1S Pearl Bt.. New York.
' " 017 St Charles Street, 81. LOUIS, MO.
: A rular Graduate of tw madleal
ollegi', lias been longer engaged In tbe traafr-.
Sent of Chronic, Nervoua, t-ktn and
Hood Dlseitaea than any other nbydclan la
Bt. Loult, aa city paiwra anew and all old resi
dent know. C'onau1 ration t office or r mail,
free and Invited. A friendly taik or hla opinion
coita nothing. When Hlalnconvenlenttovlalt
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A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mv drugatore wa thtf first toaell .swiff Specific.
It waa then pnt np in quart hottlea which sold tor
S5.00 each. I have seen a great m my caaea cared
byitiuie, and ome who had trl.d all sorts of
treutment. In fact I have never known It te fall
when taken mopeily. 1 aell a 1 rge qui.nt.ty of It.
and for all diaeasea that are dependent on blood
pulton or Skin humor. It curt
riMfLK AMD '0 CUB ON THE IKtlT,
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case that have long wt-.hxtood o'bor porta of treat
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that generally follow mercurial and other so
called cure. T. L.MAsSENBCKG,
... ; MacuU, Oa.
For year t waa afflicted with Dry Tet er of the
moftob-tlnate type. Wa- treated by many of the
best pbyaiclans: tookquantitieof merciir potash
anil arsenic, which, tnsiead ol Hiring 'be Tetter
crippled me np with mini ral poliou and rh. umA
tm. Th Tetter coct nued to ruw wors, and
the Itching alino' made me cmzy. In this con
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tho result wa-atinlihliig a ltai ur tifyl g In
afewonths the TetWr wa euuruly wall; tin
Mercurial olaonlnill out of my avst m audi
was a well m in and due only to swift's Specific.
All tbe sufferer should take it.
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WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypres Bldge, Monroe Co. , Ark , I
July 2i, IS 3. f
I have a bright l ttle daughter who will he two
year old next month. She ha been troubled
nearly ever since her birth wi b a akin disease,
wh en I first diagnoiud chicken-pox, but later
found it to be .me ton of eczema: t nuy ratelt
te'tedvery stubbornly all tbe different, tr at-tnent-
I purchased one bottle ofSwi t'e Specific,
and gave it to ber In small dote three limes a day
aim iu a maun woiia uaa ine aausiHCtion to ee
that he was entirely u ell. I an so well n aaaed
wuo in enecion nermat i mail not only use It la
mv practice, hnt I shall administer I' to mv othar
children and take it myself W. E. Biionts, M D.
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