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rm the eouroes arise ttoe fourths ot
aba diseases of tbe human race. Tha
ptoina indicate their exiatenoe t Lew ef
JtOWU COStlva. Mick Hud.
Bui) iwuiih mn
rttoB of bodr
iiur eatinsr, aveuloa to
f food, Irritability
or mind, Eructation
of temper, Low
'"i 'V""f or Having- nesjleeteel
MMlalv. Vlxxlueaa- I l..ti. -I-.? TIT
Heart, Dot before the ,, highly eel
cwed ITrta., COafSTIFiiibar and "Si.
nand the dm of a remedy that acta dlreotly
2?.. i'J6'- As aLlvor medicine TCTT'S
frSi " T? 00 ei,uaL Thelr notion oa tha
auuoy. ana osinia aiso prompt; removing
" mpuiiuoi uitoukq mese inree "
lege three " scav
V' ? system,
j . a ; . f f .f" -r
IVIUM.fl nmlimina Av
akin and a rigorous body. Tl'TT'a PLLLA
eaoae no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAS,
I hare bad Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried tun different
kind of pills, and TUTT'S are the Oral
that hare done me any good. They hay
cleaned me out nloofy. My appetite IS '
splendid, food dbjeeta readily, and I now
hay natural passages. 1 feel Ilka a new
man." W. b. EDW AED3, Palmyra, a
BoMemywhers.aHe. Otfi.M Murray St. Jf.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grit Haw ok Whiskers changed la
stand to a Uumst Black by a single ep. '
plication of this DTK. Sold by 0ragrUta. '
or nt by express on receipt of $ I.'
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
IUTI MANUAL OF USIFIl RECEIPTS fill.
BWiWUna aillMUflll. n-imlur atnnla a flA
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
v Uis the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector I
PHIOE ONLY 851
The) are priceless to ladies, ssktlbmi and
nuti'i with wbak lcnos; nuceofrKitmo'A
oa OHOur In ever ku ,wn where these
ferments sre wo'n. Tney also prevent end ear
. BABT DIFflCULTUS, OOLDe. IIIIUK.TIIM, BICBiLr
u,tboaTthoi;lis, oiphthhwa, raiaaaa, aid
all bibobib disbabss. Will wsab any service
form as a Tiaa. are worn over the andtr-cloia-
flATAPRTT It 1 UisedleM to describe the
VIX A Allaa-Alt lymptoueof thlsnsuseoasdie
eett that Is sapping the l'fe tad strength of only
too many of the fairest and best of both sexes
Labor, study and research Id America, Karope and
utern lands, hive revolted la the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affirdtng care fir Catarrh, a r-meay
which contains No Daeaaiaeor ths bisrsa, and
twllh the eoutinuona stream of Maneusra par
meat Id g through the afflicted organs, very kB
TOaS THIBTO A SULTHT OTION. Wl FLAOS OCB
raica for this Appliance at leal than one-twentieth
of the price asked by others for remedies opon
which yon tike all the chances, and wt sspsoial
tt lavrrs the patronage of the mast mksoss who
bT tiled DBuearxoTas ta stumacbs witboct ir-
HOW TO OBTAIN 0, ffcg:
gtst and auk for them. If they have not got them,
write to tbs proprietors, enclosing lb 4 price la let
ter, at oar rfik. and they shall bs seat to too at
ace by mail, postpaid.
Hand stamp for tbe "Sew Departure In Medi
ae! Treatireut wnuoct mbdioiis," wUh tboa
, Beads of testimonial. ,
TBI MAGNETOS APPLIANCE CO..
J18 ute Street, Chicago, 111.
Sots. Bead one dollar In pontage stamps or
earr-ncr (in letUr at oar rtsk) with slae of shoe
atnaiiy worn, ana try a pair or oar Magneue la
soles, and be eonrlneed of the Dower reild'.niln
ear Magnetic Appliances. PosiilTely do cold feat
wbtre they ire worn, or money refunded. lOB-ly
V VE8 FAIt i
A SPE01FI0 FOB
COKVULSIOIIS, FALUNS SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS D1KCE, ALCHOHOUSM, 1
OPIUM EATING, SYPH1LLIS,
SCROFULA. UN6S EVIL
CELT BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, :
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
gy$1.50 per bottleTSa
jai teetlmoniali and circulars send stamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co. , Props.,
et. Tosiwpla, ,("
Cornapondence freely auswered by Phyalelana,
eI4 by all Practista.
THE BEST TUINQ KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
:j LABOR, TIMK and HOAP AVLkZ
T, and gives universal satisfaction. MQ
r. rich or Door, should be without 11
old bv all rtrooeri. BEWARE of imitations
' weU dssUned to mislead. I'EARLINK n ittts
ONLY SAFE labor-saving compound, and B
sjui bears the above symbol, and name of
JAMES rVLE. NEW TURK.
Commission 1 Merchants,
rL0UR,GRAlN AND HAT
EjrvDtian Flouring Mil Is
Oef A -
Highest Cub Price Paid (or Wheat,
Officii NO. 70 OHIO LKVKE.
orriciaL pa Pi a or alii am Dig oountt.
aKTEBKO AT TUB CAIRO POHTOmOB TOR
TRANSmiRIOS TlIHOUOa THE MAILS AT
RBCOKD CLAM RATKA.
CAPT. THOMAS' WORK.
From the Congressional IUcord of the
8th inst,. we son that CongreMiuan Thoinsi
bai introduced the following bills:
H. K. 1818, grin ting a pusioo to til U
S. soldiers and 'sailor of the late war of the
Rebellion, who burred thirty days or were
in any engagement therein, and to tbe
widows of all soldiers who are deceased.
Read first and second time, referred to com
mittee on invalid pensions and ordered
II. R. 1849, to give legal force and effect
to all certificates of honorable discharge of
soldiers and sailors from services of tbe
TJ. 8. Read first and second time, referred
to comtt.itteebn military affairs and ordered
II. R. 1840, granting to the county of
Randolph, in Illinois, certain public un-
surveyed lands within said county on cer-
ditions. Read first and second time, re
ferred to committee on public lands, and
II. R. 1851& to authorize the construction
of bridges across the Missouri river between
its mouth and the mouth of the Dakota or
Jamea river, and across the Mississippi be
tween the port of St. Paul, ia tbe state of
Minnesota, and the port of Natchez, in the
state of Mississippi, and across tbe Illinois
river between its mouth and Peoria, in the
state of Illinois, and to prescribe the char
actcr, location and dimensions of trie same;
which wu read a first and second time, re
ferred to tbe committee oa commerce, and
ordered to be printed.
H. R. 1852, to regulate appointments and
promotions in the staff of the marine corps;
which was read a first and second time, re
ferred to the committee on naval affairs,
and ordered to be printed.
H. R. 1833, to change the grade of line
officers In the navy; wklch wu read a first
and Second time, referred to the committee
on naval affairs, and ordered to bs printed.
" H. R.1854, granting a pension to Sarah
L. Aaher; which was read a first and second
time, referred to the committee on invalid
pensions, and ordsred to be printed.
H.?R. 1355, granting an increase of pen
sion of A. B. Agnew; which was read a
first and second time, referred to tbs com
mitte oh invalid pensions, and ordered to
II. R. 1838, granting a pension to Malina
Mtyrjjrferson which was read a first and sec
ond time, referred to the committee on in
valid pensions, and ordered to be printed.
H. R. 1857, granting a pension to Fred
II. W. Smith; which was read a first and
second time, referred to the committee on
invalid pensions, and ordered to be printed.
H. R. 1838, granting a pension to Sam
W. rlester; which was read a first and sec
ond time, referred to the committee on in
valid pensions, snd ordered 'to. be printed.
H. R 1859, granting a pension to John
N. Matthews; which was read a first and
second time, referred to the committee on
valid pensions, and ordered to be printed.
II. R. 1860, granting a pension to Mary
'. Sanders; which was read a first and sec
ond time, referred to the coram ittee on in
valid pens'rnns; and ordered to be printed.
Our entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A business
which hss been carried on for the past 16
years situated in the business portion of the
city with an established trade.' Our stock
is new and fashionable. As we are deter-:
mined to go out of the clothing business
we' will offer ' great inducements to cash
buyers or such terms as may be agreed upon.
For particulars enquire of
tf GOLDSTINB & ROEENWATKR.
Cairo, Illi., Jan. 2 J, 1834.
W. T. Lasbdiw, river editor of fas Bdubtib
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. Mo. 7a Ohio levee. .
STASJES 0V TH B SITES. '
The river marked by the' gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 28 feet 10 inches and falling
Chattanooga, Jan. 10. River 8 feet S
inches and falling.
Cinoinnati, Jan. 10. River 19 feet ? in
ches and falling.
Leuisvills, Jan. 10. River 10 feet 4
inches and falling. i
' Nashville, Jan. 10. River 9 feet 4 is
shes and falling. .
'Pittsburg, Jan. 10, River 3 feet 10 in
ches and falling,
It Louis, Jan 10. River 10 feet 11 in
shss and rising.
; ' The 1 Guiding Star received about 950
tons of freight hers and departed for New
Orleans last ntght.
Ths Alice Brown with a big tow arrived
here yesterday from Pittsburg.
. Ths Belle of Shreveport crossed over to
East Cairo last svsnlng to keep out of ths
ioe. Bhs will commence receiving hers to
day for Nsw Orleans and leave to-morrow
Yesterday wal the most - disagreeable
day of tha past week, as it was sloppy,
foggy and a ' steady - dnxtling rain wu
CAIRO BULLETIN FRIDAY
Irani tin sail
Tbs' Mary Houston arrived at Memphis
Wednesday morning and at last reports was
still there with several-other, Ohio river
boats Waiting to see what tbe ice Is golsg
to do. ' "i
a .1 ., ,
Another cold spell wis reported yester
day at Bismarck. The thermometer fell
25 degrees in two 'hours and the wind
blowing at the rate of twenty-eight miles
The ice was: running here pretty heavy
yesterday but was spongy and rotten;
Although very troublesome to boats, it is
The Chas. Morgan passed Louisville
Wednesday for Cincinnati, also the Jas. W.
Tbs preseat state of affairs in marine
circles has thrown hundreds ot steamboat
men out of employment and make it hard
on them. Taking the unavoidable suspen
sion, of navigation ' annually in considera
tion, steamboat .men will not find employ
ment mors than six months in a year and
in order to live comfortably their wsges
would have to be pretty good, but there is
such a strong disposition , on tbe part of
steamboat owners to cut rates on freight
and do business for nothing. It is Impossi
ble to pay their employees but small wages,
under existence circumstances.
Ths Thos. Sherlock is advertised to leave
Cincinnati to-morrow at 5 p. in. but it . is
doubtful whether she gets off or not.
The Wyoming will arrive at Memphis to
day on her way up from New Orleans.
Charley; Stephens,, the great western
"corn shipping rebator" went down on the
Guiding Star last night.
Jimmy 'Weston was a . passenger on tbe
Gus Fowler yesterday, lie came down to
go on the Bells of Shreveport as one of her
Uxit, ttte Dude.
' The time has come for the departure
of the Dude. He has had his little rein,
has been ., popular, ridiculed, black
guarded and th r:iihoil. He has been
portrayed in books, on the stae', and
pictured in every illustrated magazine
or newspaper in Arneru a. Odes have
been written about" tiim." ' His tight
trousers, toothpick shoes, bell crowned
hat, towering collar and short coat9
have been, written up and written down
until they have become famous. A
change is slowly taking place. The
collar . became lower for a time and
then turned over at the edges in
front. The coat became longer, the
hat more like a stovepipe in form
and the boota broadened at the toe.
The tude, who wa.s the acme of fash
ion a year ago, now proves to be in
bad form. He must change the fashion
of his attire or be relegated to the
rear ranks. The drab . colored coat
which was i the Dude's special : glory
and delight a year ago, ia now so very
much out of the style that it must
either be thrown aside or dyed in
anticipation of springtime. No one
can view the fall of the Dude with any
thing but satisfaction. ' Of all the
swells, he has been the most nause
ating. -'The old fashioned fop was a
creature of gorgeous plumage. He
may have ;been -effeminate and silly,
' but bis attire ; was brilliant and . his
manner gentle. ' The swell who came
later '.was a hfffh liver, a good fellow
snd a bustling, busy and happy man of
fashion. But :the" Dude was a silly,
simple 'negative, disagreeable, shy,
reserved and stupid creature. ; . His
parallel was never before 6een !u the
' history of the world. Brooklyn Eagle.
Robert Humphreys, of Bartow coun
ty, Kentucky 'jenloii of his wife, peered
through his bed-room, and saw what
he faix'led was the iiead of a man in
bed. He tired and fled. It was his
pwti'cjilid that he killed. He was seu
tenced to 'den'th? but before the day for
the hanging he.. escaped. This was
twelveear ago. ' Three months ago
several" Bartuw county men, prospeoi
iug in Catoosa county, found him work
ing on a farm nndor an assumed nnme,
within a 'day's walk of the scene of his
crime. Tle was taken back to bo re
sentenced. The commissiou of lunacy
has Just declared him hopelessly in
sane, anil he has been sent to tne state
Bocauso George S. Avery, of Groton,
Conn., rctused to keep his engage
ment of marriage with a young widow
of that' town thu people burned him in
effigy. ' . :
One Suffering Soul Happy.
"If I can send one suffering soul to you,"
writes James Sorbin, ot Washburn, III., I
will be happy. Ssmitarian' Nervine cured
me and will cure all cases of Ills." $1.50.
Fever Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed; spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered oiood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious.
nature, by all ' meana 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 misory
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the braise of Electric Bitters. 'Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
1 None But First Class Goods.
tu Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs
Shurlet A Co.. Chicago,1 are msking s
SDCcialty of line ' goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple 1 Plated
Ware,' Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shtirley & Co., they will send
single article at tbe dozen price. They are
vouched for and ' endorsed by tbe United
States Express Ob., American eipress Co.,
Southern Express Co., P. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. 8mith, Ex
Stats 'Trsunrer, and many others.' Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation enabling Jrou to do purchasing at
home; Remember, Sburley & Co., 77 Stats
StreetvChlcago, III.7 Biwd fob their kiw
ADD lXADTirCXLY ILLtnTR ATEO CATALOOfF.
I will be at ths following named n1a-i At tha
dsyandaate set opposite ech name and pla'S
forthepnrpo s of collecting tbe Revenue of Alex
snder conoty for the year A. D. 1888, wh re I
hope to meet all U payers ready to settle their
taxes, and I wlh to Imprvn upon the people the
necessity of settling their persona) taxes at ones
and save coatH, Ac.
ai ins posionioe st Beech Kldee, In Beeoh Ridge
Precinct, on Mondsv, .lanusry list, s. d. 1884
Atlhedrtia store of Or. J. J. Nowatnav. tn tha
town of Houses Far, tn Vn.ty Precinct, on Tues
day, January 2tri, s. d. IffM.
At the store borne f llenrv nnnaakar. In tha
towii of Sandusky. In Sanilunky Precinct, on Wed
nesdsy Jsnuiry 2Srd. s. a IMI.
At the store bonne of Marnhall inmietitln. In the
town of Elce, In F.lco Precinct, on f hursdsy, Jan-
At the Store honae nf f , .'In A. Cn . in rli
Creek Precinct, on Monday, January 28th, a. d.
At tbe store bouse of R A. Edmondson , In East
Cape Qirsrdeau pieclnct, on Tuesday, Jsuuary
inu, a u. irvH.
At the store home nf R P. Rrnwn A. R pa . In
town Of Thbbcl la Truth, nnv.liir.t nn Wuitnuiil..
January 30th, a. d. 1681.
At tue store bonre of A. H. Ireland, In town of
Biuta Fee Id Bunts Fee precluct on Ihursday,
JsnnarySlst, a. d. IHH4.
ai ine store bouse or F. D. Atherton, In Goose
Iilan i precinct on Friday, Kehrusrv let. e.d. lenl.
At the reeidt-DMI NirhnlAA lli,nalfu In tuba
Millluan Dleclnct on HatnrilAT FBhrnr H a H
1S84. " ' '
At the Store home nf Pater Snn In Plrar
Cairo pr. clnct on Monday, Pebrns-y 4th, a.d. 18s4.
At me onice of M . J . Howlev, In Bncond Cslro
precinct ou l ueeda', Fth;uary Sth, a d. 1881.
At the siore hou- of P. Fltxi:rald, corner of
14th ami I'ommcrnal avnnilH In Tlilrit ri.n ara.
Clnctoa Wednenday, Kehrnsry Sth.a. d. 1884
n.v iu eiorn nouweoi u. r. urtn. in rirtu tsiro
precinct on Tburedsy, February ttb, a.d. 1B8.
And at tbe courl houar. in Fonrth f!ln, nr.,
clnct from the 8th tothejMh day ef February, a.d.
o lours miy, JUli uuilliaM,
Bherlll and Collector of Alexander Co,, 111.
Cairo, III., Jautisry 10th, 14.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. Sth & 6th St.,
Just received a full line of
FALL and WINTER.GOOI S
which he will s-ll at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best of ST. LOCIo HASD MADB
snd of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
snd CHILDRKN's SHOES, and GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOSS.
tvWe slso make to order anything In outline
or the best material and workmanship.
Manufacturer snd Dealer In
nth Stree, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL OP AVrvtTION.
fes Rejalred. All h: : ' Kevs Made.
rpOE CITY NATIOxNAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, $ lOO.OOO!
A General Banking Business
THOS. VV. HALL1DAY
JjNTERPRl'SE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TII09. AV. UAIiLlDAV ,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
f. BHOSS, Tresidont.
I P. NEFF, Vice PreS'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Ass'l csarj
F. Bross. ......
1. . v at
William KlUkS. .Calrs
re'nr nun ....mm
K. A. finder " I H. Wells '
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia. .
A GENERAL BANKING BU8IM"88 DONE.
tCxchaHM said sad bonaht. Interest pild-.lt
ths Havings Department. Collections mauo
all business promptly attended to, ,
J 1 o
'5 n si -
Wm. Ludwia:r & ,7 3q.;
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
: Highest Market
Hides, Fui-s, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig: &
, Ul-'JmdAw "
rww DKors appnea to tne snrrace
ana auuosi inainrmy rsmstb rAiN! it wm not Boil Ciothlnfr.
,,na -3 t AM it,. fl1.M am J ; . ..II. . A- . M . .
iim uiwww u BakUA, vi icac utnK1 rcai'in riltxuf 01 ally Kinu. . H
liMWOKQUArforthe Onreof Rseamatlsm, Sprains, Bmiiiea.
SUA Joint, Neuralgia Lavxne Back, Cramps, Tooth-Arhc
Sort) Throat, Paine la tbe Liaabe or In any part of the System
Miu is eijuoiiy emcacious tor au pains in tne etomacn ana i'oweis
requiring a poweriul difluslve stimulant. ' SeoM"rreU'. Almanac.' -
Ask your Druggist for tt. Prioe B0 ets
Prepared only by JACOB i. MERRELL, 111
UrftiAlsaassalA TVanitwasI , SB) "8"
W hen Winter Comes.
Wintttrcemes aitbcoueussud colds, and Ben
son's Capclne Porous Pla ters come to curs them.
Makes fast and fir n friends of s't wbonse tt. In
vigorate the Kidi ey. Liver, Bowels and Stomach
aud purifies ttiu Blood. Pleases the palates, stirs
tbe circulation and cheers the mind. To the wom
en and aped persons It Imparts strength and hope,
fulnets. Tbe bent known antidote to the liquor
ha:. It. Mc. and tl thus.
HISC 1X4 CO., flew York. -
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED FOR COLD IN THS HEAD.
Cream Balm has gained an enviable reputation
wherever known ; displauinf all o her preparations,
aend forclro.uisr containing full Inform tton snd
reliable testimonials. By mall, prepaid, 50 cents s
packs. stamps received. Hold by all wholesale
snd retail druirgl.ts. ELY'S REAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y- rk
GOOD CanYassers WANTED!
We offer rsre inducemeuts to eood agents. Ev
ery reader of th s paper who desires permanent
work snd large pay, with a d ie pure gold watch
presenud free, should send at once for our lares
l undleof p rticulars Large supply of san ples
sentfrte. Address WASU1NB MANUFACTUR-
I.Nu CO. , Charlotte, Mich.
nee tbousands ot caws of the wnt kind and of loea
undine; han been eared.
Indeed, nottronjfli mr
. tMtBith a VALUABLE TREATISE on
nn two son ia
thia d itoaae. to anr nffernr. Gin express and P. Ot
addreaa. Da. T. A.6LOOUM. 181 Pearl St. .Mew YoisT
Groie's im'ece t2.70:"Msc
an In y 'a England,' tt,6;
Grt-uns England. 11. 7B:
Schiller's Tbtrtv Yesrs' H'sr, 40;. j Creasey'a Fif
teen Decisive Bittles, 41c.: Carlyle's Freocb Rev
olution, 8 w. ! t-een, schlller, Creasy sn'I Carlyle
in oue, $1.50; Kenrlck's Ancient Eicypt, fl; Rol
lin's Ancle .t til tory, ftM; Frolssart's Chron
icler, Sl.i'i. rjiLaloijue sue.UUO volumes tree.
.ruiiM n ai nwv I'uhii.hx,
j P.O. Bux ltaf. ' 1:8 Vesey St.. gew York
I GURE FITS'.
WVn 1nvnm IdB't mean merely to stp them
for a , ..- m tuvethem return af AlnJ. mean a
radical a.r. . ih made thadiseasapf ITS, EPI
LKPSY OK FALLING UlCKSESS aUfe-lorur study.
others bave failed is no reunn for net now reeetvtng a
ears. Bond at oooe for a Treatise and a Free Botue of
Ulj luiaiiium 1
.remedy. Orre Exprees snd PoAtoeJee. U
ithina for atrial, and I will cure roear .
nT U. 0. ROOT. 1SS Peart St. New York.
tost roa not
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
' A reEular Gradusts of twe medical
eollt'Ki-x, lias hppn loiitrcr eiiRaupd In the treut
rm'iit of CHroulo, Is'orvotis, tkin and
Blool Diseases thsn any other physician In
St. Louib, as city pairr' shew iinJ all old rent
dents know. Conw'tnt'nn ..t oittoe or by mall,
free and invited. A blend'y laikor his opinion
costs iiothlnr. When ltlslr.i oiivpnli-iittovl.lt
the vlty .or treatment, medlrliie. can be sent
by null or exprosi tvervwhere. Curable cses
guhrsnti-cd: where doubt exists ills frankly
stated. Call or Write.'' " ; x ..
Ssrvous ProBtratloa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakaesa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Sldn AtTeo
' Hons, Old Sorss and Ulcers, Impediments to
'Marri"gq, Bhsumatfem, 1 Piles, f Special
attention to eases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
'Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses.
Indnlgeaess or Eiposnres. ' -
It Is Self-evident that a pbyslolsn paying
particular attention to a class ol eases attains
Krest skill. Jid phvslclnn In reatilsr pra-tlpe
all over the country knowing tills, rrequen.ly
recommend cases to the oldest ofllce In America,
wherw every knowu afpHanre Is resorted to.
and the proved Rood remdles ef U
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of tbe continued use of mercury aud potash tor the
treatment of Blood and skin diseases they never
cure, and nearly slwas Injure or totally ruin ths
A WELL-KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mv druxstore wss tho first to sell Swift's Speclflc.
It wax then put up In quart bottles which sold lor
S5.0U each. I have seen a great m my cases cured
by Us use, and some who,, had tried all sons of
treatment. In fact I bave 'never known It le fall
when taken properly. 1 sell a lirre quantity of It,
and for all diseases that are dependent ou blood
poison or sum numor. 11 cures
PIMPLES AUD B OitHB- ONTBSSKIH.
ana makes the complexion lair and rosy. As for
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1 DRY TETTER.
For years I was afflicted with Dry Tot,erofths
moi-t obstinate tvpe. Was mated by muuyof the
best physicians: tookquintities of mercurv, potash
an 1 ariteulc, which. Instead 01 i nnug the Tetter,
crippled me up with mlutral polsou aud rbeuma
tistn, The Tetter coctinu-td to grow wore, and
the Itching almost made me crszy. Ia this con
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the result wan aatunishlnir a It 1111 irr.tifuluir tn
a few ii ontbs tho Tetter was entirely well: the
Mercurial t olsontnir all out of mv pysiem and I
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All the sufferers should take it. " ' ' 'l
JAMKS DLNMG, Louisville, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAY8.1
Cypress Ridge, Monroe Co., Ark , I
July 41, 18.-3. f
I have a bright little dauahter who will bw two
yesrs old next menu. She has been troubled
nearly ever since her birth wi h a skin disease.
wh ch 1 drat diayuosed chicken-pox, but later
lound it to be some sort of eczema: at any rate It
ics sted very stubbornly all the different tr. at-
mcut. I purchased one bottle of Swta's Specific
sod gave it to ber in small doses ihren 1 lines a day
and in a short while bad the satisfaction to see
tbat she was entirely u ell. I a-Q so well pleased
wltn its street on ber that I shall not only use it in
my practice, but I shall adininintrr li to mi-other
children and take It myeelf W. K. Biionts, U.D.
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