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The leeeaelty for prompt and efficient household
remedies It dally growlut more Imperative and
of these Hoatetter'a Stomach Bitters ! tbe chief
Id merit and the mot popuUr. Irregularity of
the stomach end bowel, malarial levers, fiver
complaint, debility, rbeumallarn tud minor til.
menu, ire thoroughly conquered hy this Incom
parable famly realorati e and medicinal safeguard
end It la Jaotiy regarded aa the purest and most
comprehensive remedy of Itscla a.
for tale by all druggists and dealeri generally.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneton Appliance Co.'e
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY 85.
They are pricelesa to ladies, oixtli-iw and
OBuum with wm Li'aua; no case of riKU-oi'A
oa , chocf l ever kn-'wo where tbeae
taraerita are worn. Taey alio prevent and cur
HIT DirrtCTJLTiee, COLD. KHtC-tTItM, HICaiL
IA, THHOaTTRoaSLf, blFHTUKlUA, CA1 AHftH, AI9
AU iimiHi) oiaiAata. Will wear any aMioe
fur rami tcabs. Are woiu over the oader-tloth-lag.
PATARRTT 11 H neediest to dncrib tha
-HUf aymptonaof tbla nauaeouenl.
aae that ta tapping tbe 1 f and itrength of only
too manvoftbe fal ret and b. at of both eexee
Labor, ludy and reaoar.a In America, Kurope and
Kutern landa. hive re a 1 lei In the Magnetic Long
Proteeior, aff irdmg care fr Catarrh, a rrmeay
which contain No Ukuin or tui stti, ana
with the con tin a on ttream of Manetum per
meating through tbe afflicted orgtnt, MctT II
STOkS THIK TO A SlaLTKT OTION. WlFLACICUB
nxm for tbia Apulaneeat leea than one-twratleth
of the price liked by other for remediea npon
which yon tike all the chanced, and wa sirsouL
LT lavrrs the patronage of the mast riKaoNa who
htTo tried Duueeise Tuna ito-ach without if--or.
HOW TO OBTAIN o?!; B?Kf
glat and aak for them. If they have not got them,
write tw the proprietor, e.icuwluz the price la let
ter, at onr riak. and they tbill be lent to yoa it
on Co by rami, poetpatd.
Send etamp for the "New Uepartnre In Medi
ae.) Treat i.ent without moiciHa," wUh thoa
MOda of testimonial.
TBB MAGNETON' API'LIANX'K CO.,
118 state Street, Chicago), 111.
nor. sear one dollar in postage atampaor
anrrencytin letter at onr rtait) with alze or ahoe
laaaiiy worn, ai a try a pair or oar Magnetic la
sole, and be convinced of the power reatd'cgln
oar Signelic Appliance. Positively no cold feet
where they are worn, or money refanded. 100-ly
J-m E. IISTCE,
Manufacturer andDealor in
9th Street, between Com'l Ave. id Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINU8 OF AMTJtflTION.
Safes Heialred, All Kindt ot Revs Made.
Tbla poroua planter la
tamuua for 1U quick
and hearty action ta
oaring Lame Baek,
Brisk In the Back. Bide or Hip. Neuralgia, Stiff Joints
and Muaclee, Bore Chart, Kidney Trouble and all pain
ar aeW either Inoal or decpeated. It Soothe, Strength
an aad Stimulate tha put. The virtue ot bop com
btned with ram clean and ready to apply. Superior to
Unlmeota, lotlona and lalree. Price Sa eantl or t for
(LOS, Bold by dn-1 ja av a ajaai
fls."-. A GREAT
eelpt of price. Hop
floater Crmpant, Pro.
prietore, Boeton, Man.
OT The beat family pill mado-1 1 aw ley 'a Htomac h and
trrerPtlla IBe. rieawuitlnx-tlonandwuiytotatw.
aram I i praaorlptiona ttr Oatarrh, Bororoia, a
feayyat tAwwk aaat by autl, Mount mat. Hie, ay
11 -8Si TV T K3Q
la j E g
U a Wry iatrava ma, asa wr
awaauat who tin tni It. It eixplaiaai tbt priMlplaa of
Mat aae Mtk aaa Ida orlfl of iHiHi,u4 ihoila r4
ar all talakiaa ptoplt. It contalm lobU preaortnUon
Sr tk ear of Worroua and Fhyateal Debility, Low
MaUay. Sereetle Memory , Seapandenai', ad tke
wkalt Iral 1 dUordan oroiiiM oa b? anrwoik aad In4l
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: 0. 7 OHIO LKVEK.
OKriCUL PAPKB OF ALIXAMDKB OOTJNTT.
KKTBUEU AT TBB CAIBO POflTorVIOK FOR
TUAN8MIB8ION TltBOCOH TBB atAILB AT
8BC0K0 CLAM RATES.
Special Corraapondeoce to Tbe Bullptln:
Lot Ang.los, Cal, Jaa. 7. 1884. Io
coming froru San FraLcisco oyer tbt 8. P.
R. R. tbt gateway to tbii lection of Cal. it
through tbt San Fern ado Tunnel, said to be
the longeat, but one, in the United State.
Emerging from the tunnel we tben loon
enter the San Fernando ralley and u wa
pai along down grade we pasi the old
m'usion of Sao Fernando, tbe former home
and headquarter! of Andrei Pico, the gen
eraliaamo of Lot Mcjicano in 1843, who,
io the Mexican war, at the bead of t imall
army, confronted Gen. Fremont on tbeilope
of El Oabilan, only to be put into an in
glorious flight before thevetera.nl u ider
tbe path-finder, wbo came like a whirlwind
to tail place and planted hit cannon upon
a hill overlooking tha tewo, not over 100
yardi from where I now write. It ii
worthy of note to mention that two of tbe
cannona brought into this valley by Oov.
Fremont are now to be teen at tbe court
houae doing lilent aeotinel work ; they ihow
plainly the effect! of time and ruat, having
been buried for yean and ar intereitiog
relie of those dayi when our government
had that little brush with Mexico and bar
ing whipped her into aubjuctiou took a slice
of ber domaim of wbicb tbii lection ia a
Tbe old Mexican generel above men
tioned walki the itreeti of Loa Angeloi
almoat daily, hi whitened locka and totter
iog itepa tell tbe tale of hutening time that
toon cut hi form low.
Leaving the old mansion ranche wa toon
reach the Lot Angeloi river and see all
around vinegards, grove and Eden looking
hemes. Visitors usually are taken by sur
prise on their first arrival in the city, with
all that baa been beard and read concern
ing this place it ia difficult for the mind to
grasp the realities of the surroundiuga of
Lot Angelos, the Queen of the Angels, as
tbe name implies. Coming in tbe winter
season the surprise and admiration are the
mere noted. Tbe beauty and freshness of
tpring and manner meet the eye every
where and one it not long in finding out
that be ia in a thriving, buttling city, beyond
what bt expected. Tne inquiry toon ariaet
in the mind of tbe writer, what it it that
tupporta and give such prosperity to tbe
place. ' Just here we will take a glance at
the early settlement ol tbe county. A
early as 1534 Fernando Cortez, of Spain,
undertook christianize the Indian who
held dominion over the peninsula of Cali
fornia but the undertaking wa abandoned
and no ether effort whs made to aettle tbe
country nntil 1709, when an expedition by
water and one by land wa sent out from
the City of Mexico under the auspices of the
Franciscan Order of the Roman Catholic
church. Tbe government of New Spain
aided in the work so that in 1771 there
mission were establisbed within the terri
tory of what is now Log Angelos county.
Cattle, horses, sheep, goats an' 1 hogs were
brought in from old Mexico, and toon the
missions ware in s flourishing condition,
thousands of ' the native Indins were con
verted to Christianity and in time there was
mixed race of people here. Vineyards
were set out, orchards planted and farms
crops cultivated; however, tbe principal in
dustry was that of stock raising, and thus
matters continued until in 1846 California
wat annexed to the United States, when the
American people ot Anglo-Saxon original
began to mix in with the former residents.
In 1812, December the 8th, tbe day of tbe
yearly feaat of the Roman Catholic church
in commemmoration of the conception of
the Mary Virgin, an earthquake occurred at
the hour of Holy Mass, the building fell
and crushed to death many of the worship
What is now the Lot Angeloi river wat
unknown at a river until a great flood in
1833 cut a channel to the ocean. Before
thitthe waters ipred over the plaint in va
rions directions, tettliog in low places and
ditapnearinz. At that date, where now
drv lands, lakes and swamps were
common and a considerable for
est ol timber wai , growing
in the valley which mostly disappeared
after the channel of the river wat opened
and the laud thus drained.
Tbe town of Los Angelos wat laid out
August 25th, 1781, and was first settled
by twelve famihet, former toldiert of the
Spanish government. The town finally be
came the seat of goverment of tbe Feninsu
la, and occassionally civil wn catiBed much
commotion anion 2 tbe people. Ai stated
beforej during the Mexican war Col. J, C
Fremont held possession of the town. Lt
er, however, ht left it and again the Mex
icans took possessions, and resisted the ap
proach of Commodore Stockton and Qen
eral Kearney. Quite a battle was faugh
on the plain near the city, which ended in
the repulse ef the Mexicaus, and Stockton
and Kearney took possession. Lot. Angelos
has always, aince it first settlement, been
the principal town in Southern California
and at the time of the Mexictn war, con
talued about 1,000 inhabitants.
Ia 1850 the country began to settle up
with people from the states, andan impetus
waa given to agricultural pursuits. The
outlet for traffic and travel waa via water,
trom the bay on the coast, tome twenty
miles south, to Bad Franciaco. Tbe old
Spanish part of the town waa compeaed of
low buildings constructed of sun
dried brick. Quite a number
of these building yet remain
but are gradually', disappearing before a
much better class of buildings. In 1852
the first kiln of burnt brick was made, and
some fine buildings put up the following
year. Tbe prosperity of the city has been
continued up to the present date. However,
during the war of the rebellion a kind of
reign of terror pievailed, wbicb caussd,
more or less, a stagnation of business.
There being people here from variou sec
tion of the United State, as one might
suppose bitter animosities were engendered
and many a murder was committed ; "going
out to bunt" mesnt bunt for men, and often
tbe talk at saloons at night would be about
tbe game ''bagged" and where it could be
Thrie year ago when the Southern Paci
fic railroad opened up essy communication
with tbe east, a new era of amazing pros
perity for Southern California or tropic
California, as it it called opened up, and
the whole country, has bad a continual
boom, and it seem there is no let up. Tbe
stream of emigrant, sight-seers, health and
pleasure-seekers, is increasing all tbe while.
Los Angelos Is to-day a city of strangers;
the crowds on the streets and about the ho
tels, post offices, and on tb line of travel,
remind one of the great mining excitement.
Aian instance, we have seen two lines ot
strangers, reaching from the postoffice de
livery window out onto tbe pavement, and
half a block down the sidewalk, stand
waiting for more than an hour, te get their
mail. There is a free mail delivery through
out the city, yet the postoffia officials don't
seem to be able to cope with tbe rapid in
crease of business in a way satisjactory to
the public; an earnest effort it being made
to get an appropriation by congress to
build a commodious postoffice building
here. Tbe city authorities too are unable
to make the necessary improvements on the
street te keep the way clear. One grand
mistn wa made in laing out tbe busi
ness ttreets; they ire too narrow, the side
wait especially, ine city ia laid out in
an irregular manner; tome of tbe streets in
a zigzag manner, other pointing in, like
the ray of the sun', to a focus. The streets
on tbe hill and Muffs require an immense
amount of labor to grade them down to i
passable condition. The city is just begiu
cing to get out of its "short petticoats,",
that is, to build high stoned buildings, but
now that real estate men are figuring on
two, tnrn ann lour tnousand aoiiara per
foot front, downward and upward space
will be utilized. In our next we wil speak
of the beauties and wealth of this remarka
bl country and iti peculiar climate and
giTe a trutntui account of it real merit
and demerits. J. S. F
W. F. LaasDis'. mer editor of fat Bcllitim
and steamboat paten;er agent. Ordera for all
ktnda of ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Bnropean Bote). No. 71 Ohio leree.
STASIS OF TB I EIVER.
Tb river nisrketi by the gauga at this
port at 8 p. m. 37 feet 7 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 11. River 3 feet 7
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. River 17 feet I in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Jn. 11. -River 0 feet 0
inr.bea and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 11. Hirer 9 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Jan. 11. River i feet 2 in
ches and rising.
8t Louis, Jan-11. River 11 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
The towboat Gtrrett and Rover were
both tunic in the ice at St. Louis Wednes
day evening. $0,000 insurance on the Gar
rett; none on the Rover. Botal boats total
Plenty new made ice was floating in the
Ohio yesterday occasioned by the little
cold snap Thursday niuht. It will be
troublesome to day,, as it froze last night
The Belle of Shreveport will come over
from East Cairo this morning and com
mence loading for New Orleans. Passen
gers going south by river will apply on
board or to Passenger Agent W. F. Lamb
din. Ths Mary Houston from New Orleans
will report hers early this morning and
lay up until tbe weather moderate.
Yesterday was a dull day in steamboat
circle. No arrival nr departure except the
Ths Tho. Sherlock is advertised to leave
Jim Dozier wbo has been south in the
government service a mate on one of the
boat, is back here .again on a short vaca
The Ohio is still falling fast, and it looks
as thouga there would soon bo-a general
uspension of steainbonting.
In the Hop Porous Plaster the virtue of
Fresh Hips are combined with strengthen
ing and stimulating balsams, and It cures
of Weak Buck, Pain the Side, Rheumatism,
and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest are
simply marvellous, it being more efficacious
and thorough than any liminent or liquid
remedies. You'll ay so after using.
I will be at the following named nlaee at tha
daj and dale aet oppoalte ech nam and pla-e
fortneparpo e of collecting tbe Revenue of Alex
ander county for the year A. ii. 1888, where I
bope to meet all tai payert ready to settle their
taxes, and 1 wlnh to lmpreri upon the people tha
neceeetty of settling their peraonal taxes atone
and lave coat, Ac.
At tbe poatoWce at Decch Kldiro, In Beeob Ridge
Precinct, on Monday, January Slat, a. d. 1S84.
At the druir etore of Or. J. J. Nowatne. In tha
town of Hodifc Park, In I n ty Precinct, on Tues
day, January tid, a. d.
At tbe atore douse of Ilonrv Ilunaaker. In the
town ofHanduiky. in bandunky Precinct, on Wed
neediy Jmuary 2)rd, I. u Irtnl.
At thi) atore home of Mirahall lnirnatnln. In the
town of Kite, In Elco Precinct, on fburiday, Jan-
nary 2tth, a. d.lUS
At the atore bonne of Culley & Co
lllcr Co.. in
Cnwlc Precinct, on Monday, January 28th, a. d
At tbe store bouse of It A. Edmondaon. In Rut
Cape Girardeau pieclnct, ou Tueeday, Jauuary
-iia, a a. ins-).
At the atore houae of B. P. Brown & Bro.. In
town of Thebte In Thobea precinct on WudneeUay.
January 80th, a. d. 1881.
Attheatorehouteof A Ii. Ireland, in town of
Paula Kee In Santa Foe nreclnct on Ihuradsr.
January Slat, a. d. 1484.
At the atore houae of P. D. Atherton, in Goose
Island precinct on Friday, Funrnan let. a.d lwtt.
Althercaidunceof Nicholas HunnaWor. In Lake
MllllRan precinct on Saturday, Pobruary tA, a. d.
At the atnre home of Peter HauD. In Flret
Cairo pr. clnct on Mondar, February 4th, a.d. 18S1.
Minemnceoi .11 . j . iinwiev, in secoiia euro
preclurtOQ Ineaduy, February 5th, a 4.
At tne aiore nouao or r. rltzi'erld, corner or
14th aud Commercial ai'enue In Third Cairo sre-
cluctou Wednesday, February 8lh,a. d. 1881
ai me aiore notice or vt. r. urtn. in nun Lairo
precinct on Thursday, February 7th, a. d. Iwil.
And at the court boune. in Fonrth Cairo nre
clnct from the 8th lot he ith day of February, a.d.
IBM lour truly, JUHS ltuiMitH,
fcherill and Collector of Alexander Co., 111.
Cairo, III., January 10ih,lr84
No. 90 Com'l 4ve Bet- 6th & 6th Sts
J iet received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
bieb he will evil at thelnwent bottom price. It
comprnea the het of ST. UtTJIM H A N D-M A 1) K
and of H'lSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIK'
and CHII.DItitN'.s s'lOE.S, a id GENTS' RL'B-
BKK Hours and MlUtS.
tHrVi'o aluo maketonrder anvthlne In ourllne
ofthe b-n material and woramauebip.
rpnE CITY NATIOxnAL bank.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. S5 lOO.OOO!
A General Banking: Business
THOS. V. HALL1UAY
JJXTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Coiuni'Tcial Avenue ami Eighth .Street
F. BROSS, President.
H. WKI.LS, Cashier.
P. NiFF, VlcePrtVnl
T. J. Kertu, Aen't i-d
F. BroM.. Ca'ro I William Klute. .I'airo
Peter NefT " William Wolf.... '
C.M Oslerloh " I C. O. Patler "
E. A. BndiT " u. Welle '
.1. T. Clomron, Calpdonia.;
A liffNERA!, BANKING BUSINKsS DUNE.
Eichanze fold and boiiaht. Interfl imiil Ii
the savlnga Uctmrtmnnt. Colli'Ctloni m'l ar.rl
ali bnslne.i promptly altendwd to.
An unfailing and speedy cure for
AflUoua Vtbilxty anrt ITitim,
Loxt of rualilv and Vigor, or any
overwork, ete., (over forty tkou
and positive curea.) )v & nd
16o. for poataae on trial box ot
1UO pills. Addifsa,
Pr. M. W. BACON, cor.ClarVfli
and Calnoun l'Lace, Caiutuo, In,
I "Anakesis ' SSSAandTi
'an MalHbls cure fur Plica.
.Price f 1, at druwrigts, or
frm. Ad. AS A KF.Mrl
rMakcra.Dox )! 418 New York.
UPPE RE R
frura Yonthfnl Imprnddnee, caneing 1
tiarvoo Uobllitj, Mental and Pbysi
eal Wsakneu. valuable information
fnrhamapnrs rVee. UaedSBreanaoe
' emifallr. lr.A.(i.UUn,BoxM2,Ubiaa-o '
V UK. r7 .
' BEFORE V" AND -rAFTER
Electric Appliances are tent c 30 Dayi' Trlst.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"IITHO are euffprlni from Nanvop DisarrT,
V I.oht Virji.iTT. l.r or Nkrvk Foa ad
Vioor, Wiansa WtiKnimisK, and all thoae dlaeae
uf a FxanoNiL Nati'ri naulting; from Aii'aaa and
Othhr CArsaa. Spwidy rllf and complete reato
rAtlim of IlKtuTn.V iooh and Manhood Odabanteu.
Th irrnnclMit diseovary of th Nlnelfonth Ontury.
ami at unce (or llluitrated Pamphlet f roa. Addrea
VOLTAIC BFIT CO., MAR8HAU, MICH.
A favorite nrMurrlntlnn of na of the
Boat noted and auoceaaful ipeciallata In theuia.
(now retired) for thecuraof iVofeww) JMMifU
lout Manhood, Waknwid imcav. Heul
In plain sealed euvelopeVwe), UrufgleMcaafiUu,
Addrai OR. WARD A CO.. loulalina. Mo.
V Dr. KEAN.
'' No. Ill hurra CL.a dr., Cblcato ikF
1 Ubllib.d lasat, Ii mil iruUca all frl-
TM, narroua, uarooifl toa Bpacwi ail
aMa.Spannatarkna, lapolaacr (wiutl
uluiina rrtD.ilr, r br l.iMr fr
Dr. Una I. ilia onl, DbnMaa In tha
ell, lli.l w.rr.nto Far or aoaav. Ill
aaaa niMtratad aaoa. mt l.aa yttaerlpUoa, S Sr mniU
vtnrahy aay an ' eaf
kliaaidr Lmi aalKhtv a4
Km u-itlmoulal., aud wlonuiul., laturi Snia
emiueui mtoTirRi m,n, and a rail dMonotiou ni u. ir.aim.ui,
addri H. U. KAMIC AOa.!. S W.MtSSi, Raw tera.
"Wm. Ludwie S Co.,
.rJM .m-fJaJ1 a 'aJI JCkaAiTV .wtTfll OA
cm -V. w"W" thaw, 'lil.it V ' Wl 1
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
jHLyhest Market Prii Paid fbr- "
Hides, Purs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
pew Duorfl applied to tbe surface will
and almost Instantly RIUIVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing,
nor discolor tho Skin, or leave disagreeable effects ot any kind, it
lias WQKQUAtvforthe Cttreof fihenmatlKm. Sprains. Brnlses
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lome Back, Cramps, Tooth-A' he
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limb or In any part ol tho System
and in equally eBlcaolous for all pains ia the Stomach and Bowels,
reqturnu a powenm umuiv atirnmani. oee werTPii s Ainanrtc.
Ask. your Dmgirist tor It. Prioe tocts
Prepared only by JACOB B. MERREIX,!
When Winter Comes.
trit. ... . a. i i j - 1 n.
niuiunoiurii vim uiuuauu coiui, ina dou
pou'p Capclae Porous PIa lent come to euro them.
r'AUKEK'si T NLO.
Makes fant and llr.n friend ofa l wbo use It. In
vlKo etva tho Kith.ej', Liver, Bowel and Htomacb
and pnnfl-H tne Blood. Pleaees tbe paUtea, stirs
tbe circumt'on and cheers Ibe min t. To tbe wom
en and up' it t r-ona H Imparts etrength and bone
fulnets. Tbe b. f t known antidote to the liquor
ha It. 'c. and SI eizea.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED r'OR COLD IN TQH OEAU.
t ream Balm has trained an enviable reputation
wherever known ; displacing all oi her preparations.
Send forclrcmar containing full Inform tton and
reliable testimonial!. By mall, prepaid, AO centr a
parksu stamps received. Mold by all wholeaale
ana ruian aruugwis. ttLi a vKttAM tSALU tu.,
Owego, Now Y rk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED 1
We otTur rare inducement to
ery reader of tb a paper who
good a;enta. Ev
work and large pay, with a flu
presented free, sbouid aend at
e pnre cold watch
once for our lame
i.nnuieoi prticniar barge
aentfre. Addree WAUIN
IG CO., C harlotte, Mich.
supply of lair plea
I have a positive remedy for the above diaeaae ; by lu
nae tbouaand of caaea of the woratkmdaadof Ions
atandinabave been cured. Indeed, .? atrOTjrla ni
f.ithinTta efficacy, that 1 will aend f WO BOTTLltS
KRKK, touetnerwrth a V AL0ABLB TREATISE on
fbidiaeae,to any antrer. Give aipraaa and P. U
addreaa. Da. T. AsiXWUM.lglPari8t..HewYo
w ar a. , . I w . . w w f t ...... . l....., 7A Udn.
H INIlMvY u lay's England.
.neland, SI 75;
Sphlller' Tbirtr Tear' WBr. aOc. : Create
; Creaey" Fir-
teen Ueclalre Battle, 4(c. ; Carli'le's French Bov
olutlon.Sic.iOreen, rtcblller, Creaay and Csriyle
io one, S I.5U; Henrtclt Ancient Jutypl, si: hoi
lin'a Anclo t ill tory, j.50; Froleaart'i Chron
icier, $I.J5. Catalogue Mli.000 rolome free, .
uun. b, ai.uc.x, lumiener,
P O. Box 187 tB V-ry Saw York
I DURE FITS!
vv nn i ivinriaonomeainiBreiruawif wi,
tiavetnein return acuD.iniwa
rflrii.-4l( .-r . M "to madi
the diaeaae of t tTS, El
LKPSY Oil FALLING 6ICKNF.H8
warrant myremedyaoenrathewurateaaa. Uecaua
nave failed i no rnnnon ror not nowreoeivuiR a
eiira Brndatonceiora ireauaeanaarTeenorue?
mv infallible remedy. Give Kiprea and PotoSV. a
coat you noihin for a trlnLand I will cur yoP
Addreu l)u. lL O. KOOT. ltd Pearl St.. New Tarh
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Mention this lapt'f.
of the continued aae of mernry and I otaeh for tha
treatment of B:ood and akin Jiaeaaea tdey never
cure, and nearly alwats injure or totally rain the
A WELL-KNOWN DKUGGIST. "
Mv drngttore wa the rlrnt toaell Swift' Specific.
It was then put up In quart bottles which sold tor
t&.Oueach. I have eeu a great in my cseel cured
by Ita uaa, and some wbo had tried all sorts of
treatment. In fact I have never known it te fall
when taken pioperly. I sell a l irge quantity of It,
and for all dlaeaaea that are dupeuUent oa blood
poison or eu.in nainor. II cure
PIMrLKS ANDB'.O'CUK- OXTHE1K1K.
and makea the complexion fair and rosy. Alfor
blood taint, there ia no euch word a fail, ltcnrei
caeca thttt have long wl:hstood othur aorts of treat
ment, and wlibont any of tbone recurring troubles
that generally follow mercurial and other so
called curea. T. L MAsSKNBl'RO,
DRV TE H Kit.
For year I was afflicted with Dry Tet erof h
most obstinate type. Was treated by many of tb
beet physician; took quantities of merenrv. potaeb
and araenic, which, luatead of curing tha Tetter,
crippled roe Hp with mineral polaon and rheuma
tism. The Setter coctinucd to row woree, and
the itching almost made me crazy. In tbla con
dition I was induced to take Swift' Specldo, and
tho result was astonishing a it was gratifying. Ia
efewmonthe tbe letter wa eetirely well; the
Mercurial I olaoninir all out of mv svst.-m and I
wa a well man and due only to dwlft'i Upeelflc.
ah me lunererasnoniu taKeit.
JAMES DL NM.NO, Lonievllle, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN 8AYS.ii.-j
Cypress Kldke, Monroe Co., Ark , I
July 2H, 183. f
I have a bright llttlo dangUUr who will ha two
yeara old next month. She has been troubled
nearly aver line ber birth wl'h a skin diaeaae,
wh en I first diagnosed chicken-pox, but later
found it to be tome sjrt of eczema; at any rata it
resisted very etubboruly all the different treat
ment. I pnrchaaed one bottle of Swlit's Specific
and gave it to her lu small doses three tlruc a day
and in a abort while bad the satisfaction to see
(bat the waa entirely well. I a a so well pleased
with Its effect on ber that I shall not onlv nae it in
my practice, but I shall administer it to mv other
children and take it myself V. K. Biiomts, U.D.
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