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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNlNt., JANUARY 15, 1884
or the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
enza, Asthma, v hooping Lough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-
lef of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by nil Druggists. Price, $ Cents.
TO PRESKHVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PHIOE OlSTLY 85.
The) are priceless to Lamas, ointhhiin and
OHILDU M With WEAK LOXUB; UO CBSO of PSKUMOM'A
OB croup 1b ever kQ'wn where these
varments are worn. Tney alio prevent and cure
BIAVr UimOULTIM, OOLDR, BIIIl'M ,TliVr, BICBAL,
U, THBOATTKOCBLXS, DirnTH KIUA, CAIAUBH, AMD
all bimubcd disiasi. Will wiar any service
forrmiii TiAiw, Are worn over the undvr-clotli
nfTATDTT It lit needles to doicribe the
AAtlVU.j tymptousof this nanseousalB
w that If sapping the life and strength of only
too man? of the fairest and b..tof both sexes
Labor, etudy and resean-h la America, Kurope and
JIu tern landi, hive reiulted in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affirdlng cure f-.r Catarrh, a remedy
which contains 'o Ubohoixq or th ststim, and
with the continuous stream of Manetism per
ineal Ing through the atllictod organ, bust UB
TORI Til IH TO A ilALTIir CTiON. Wf FLACI CUB
raicB forth ui App iauceat less than one-lwen'leth
of the price asked by others for Mmediea npoo
which yon tike all the chances, and wi ibpecial
LT IKVTH the patronage ol the bant fiksoms who
have tiled dhuuoiso tuiib srow , cm wiruoir Br-
HOW TO OBTAIN ooh!o F'W
(lit and ask for them. If they have not (tot them,
write to the proprietor, enclosing thu price tn let
ter, at oor riak. and they atiall be st-nt to you at
once by mail, poatpaid.
Hand atamp for tne "5ew Departure la Modi
etl Treat i,eut without bioicixb," wkh thou
sands ef testimonials.
TUB HAO.NKTON API'LIAMCE CO..
IS mate Street, Chicgo, 111.
Note Sead one dollar In potage (lamps or
earrencyftn letter at oar risk) with slae of shoe
nsually worn, aod try a pair of our Magnetic In
sole, and be conviuod of tbe power residing In
oar Magnetic Appliances. Posi'ively no cold feet
where thev are worn, or money refunded. lOMy
f A WRsTO
The aecesslty for prompt and efficient honsehold
remedies Is dallv growing mo-e Imperative and
of these Hoetetter's Stomach Btlers is the cblef
la merit and tne runst popuhr. Irregularity t f
the stomach and bowels, malarial levers, liver
complaint, debility, rheimitlsrn and minor all
nents. are thoroughly conqn.-red by this Incom
parable fumlv reatoratl eand medicinal safeguard
and It Is Justly regarded as the ptircet and most
eomprehentve remedy of ttt cla s.
for sale by all drug'gista and dealers generally.
Boot -& Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet 6th & 6th Sts.,
Just received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest hottom prices. It
comprises the best of ST. LoUl HAND MAD K
Ad of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHU.DRBN' SUOKS, aud GUSTS' RUB
BKR BOOTS and SHOES.
ff-W also make to order anything In our line
of the best material and workmauhip.
Manufacturer and Dealor tn
th Street, between Com'l Ave. .id Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMU.VITION.
Safes Repaired. All Kinds ot Kevs Made.
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Cnequaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold OutrlifHt for S.OO. No Kx.
They are In every wav far superior to the many
'Amateur Mechanical Terephones now being told
throughout the country. They are the onl tele,
phones having an Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
and thev are the ouly Telephones that are pro
tected by an Outdoor Lightning ArreMor. All
sound are delivered In clear and natural tones.
They are the neatest, most durablu and require less
attention aid repairs than anv other Telephone
made. Send lor our Illustrated circular Agents
waoiea. inn, u, b. ltl-.ruu LU ,
No. 19 4 M West St., Madison Ind.
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The Daily Bulletin.
OKflCE: NO. 7H OHIO LF.VKK.
OI FICUL PAPBR OK ALBXiSUER COUNTV.
KNTBUICI) AT TBB CAIRO P08TOFFICR FOB
.I RANSMI8SION TnROUOH THB MAILS AT
BtCONO CLASH RATR8.
These dreary days of cold and flush
farmers are occupying theuisclvcf much by
trptjit. coons and gflttinjj their stock
ready fo. market. The ferryboat Three
States gWfcf.videnco of this in the loads
she brings ever .yery dv.
Our gardeners have hd a troublou
tiint with their hot bev during the recent
pell of "reduced" weatb. Their tender
plants suffered much in spiu of thick co
rings aod it is likely that the vegetable
consumers here will have to do entirely
without some of the delicacies of termer
early springs and pay better for those Obey
get at all. Southern gardeners, frm whon.
much of the very early crops of raddishes,
beats, turnips, cucumbers, etc., have usual
ly been obtained, also suffered Irons tbe
depressed temperature and their crop will
be also considerably curtailed.
Some sharper came to Mr. Moses Phil
lips at his residence yesterday morning and
requested to be admitted to the apartment
of Mr. C. W. Warner, f the wharfboat,
who rooms there, saying that Mr. Warner
had sent him for a small box he had there.
The man was told to go up stairs and he
returned with the box containing Mr.
Warner's cornet and left. It tnrned out
subsequently that the stranger was a fraud;
that Mr. Warner had net tent bira, and
that he bad "evaporated," carrying the fine
cornet with him. The curnet was a silver
plated one and worth about $50. At last
accounts the officers bad found no trace ef
Some of our tiloon-keepers who have
of late been taking more liberty on San
days than even a very Indulgent public
ought to be compelled to bear, have been
given a significant nudge and have prom
ise J to do better. As a rule, our saloon
keepers recognize the obligation of every
citizen in a community, to respect the
opinions of those who may differ with him;
and they doubtless strive to practice ac
cording to their belief. But there are
alwayf some a few who gradually per
mit themselves to take a band's breadth
when they were granted but a finger's
breadth, and these invariably cause their
fellows tn suffer with them in the public
disapprobation that is sure to follow.
Wm. J. Scinlan and hit company drew
a fair-sized audience to the Opera House
last night. The inclement weather doubt
less prevented mny from going out, or the
house would have been well filled. The
performance wat very good throughout, but
Mr. Scanlan't tongs were the principal at
tractions and invariably brought forth a
hearty applause from tbe audience. He
has a very rich voice, and understands not
only the science of using it properly, but
accompanies it with those graceful gestures
which lend power to any vocal rendition.
The audience was evidently infatuated
with his sons from the first. The troupe
weutfrom here to Paducab, many regret
ting that it could not stay another night.
Juvenile coal thieves have been un.
usually industrious and bold of late. While
tbe mercury marked zero or less, they teem
to have regarded it si right to take fuel
wherever they could find it; and though
tbe city authorities were prepared to supply
all who might ask for it, yet there were few
applications and many thefts from the
railroad yards. But the worst feature
about the evil, it has been discovered, was
that soma of the thieves stole coal, not lor
their own use, but to sell it to their neigh
borsestablished themselves in business-
opened little supply depots and kept their
stock tip by nightly raids upon the coal
cars in the railroad yards. Tbs raider were
mostly boys and girls of African descent;
one of the former is now under arrest and
will probably be examined to-day.
Our several brick yard proprietors sre
well prepared for the comiug building
season, spring; and to iudge from the out
look at pretent there will be a greater de
mand for building material of every de
scription, and skilled labor of every kind,
next spring than there was last spring.
Contractors, mechanics and dealers in
building supplies as well as labors in this
city bare every reason to feel encouraged
at the prospect. Besides the Library build
ing which will be finished in spring, tbe
foundations tor four large brick business
houses have already been laid and the
projectors are only waiting for steady
weather to put up the superstructures; and
br-sides all these, the government marine
hospital building, which will be a grand
one, will also be commenced in spring.
Judge Wm. II. Green, of this city, snd
Messrs. S. Corning Judd, Joseph C. Mack-
in, N. A. Chase and General Herman Lieb,
of Chicago, bare been appointed by Chair
man Jno. H. Oberly, of the state Democrat
ic central committee, to go to Waabington
as a tub committee of the central commit'
tee, and seek to induce the national Dem
ocratic. committee to select Chicago at the
place for holding the next Democratic
prsaidential convention. Thiajaction was au
tborized by tbe state central committee at
its meeting prior to the adjournment of the
legislature. - Mr. Oberly himself will alto
be ono of the committee which will go to
the napitot a Tow dayt in advance of the
meeting of thu national Democratic com
mitter, and will probably set in concert
with the committee recently appointed by
Democratic citizens. Chairman Oberly
himsrlf goes to Washington In a few days,
or has already' gone, not at ' one of the
committee, but in order to look" around and
see how affairs stood.
An excharge sayi that Dr. Stickler, of
New Jorsoy, baa been inoculating children
with the virus of scarlet , fever taken from
horses with god effect. .It is an old story
that scarlet fever originated ia horses, the
first cases being reported in royal stables
in 1314. Bhortly after that time it appear
ed among human beings. ., It is not com
mon now among horses.; Dr. Sleekier it
reported to have inoculated young coin in
order to procure the equine virus. Of
twelve children , vacinated with thit virus
all escaped on being exposed to tbe dis
ease. If, as is supposed by many physi
cians, the germ of the scarlet fever is the
same as that of diptheria, and if Btceklcr's
discovery avert! both, he will deserve to
ank as high among the benefactori of tbe
ract as Jenner himself. '
THB 6VA.NI8H STUDENTS AT THE
OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
One of the finest musical programmes
which has ever ben presented in Cairo may
be enjoyed atthe OperaHouse to night. The
'Students" have travelled much the past
season and have won sucB enooniuma from
the press as to warrant the most extravagant
promises as to their taleDt.
The troupe number 16 and thur instru
ments consist of mandolins, euitars. violin
and cello, a combination never before teen
in the west, and with which they render
with exquisit finish the most difficult of
Tbe adventure ot William Tell, a difficult
number, was rendered with such masterly
effect, in St. Louis on Saturday evening
as to call down thunders of applause from a
very large aod cultivated audience.
The troupe come to us perfect strangers,
thtir combination of musical instruments
is novel, and they are, every ono entirely
ignorant of the English language, and we
hope our theatre-loving people will give
them a fair chance to displsy their talent.
W. F. Lamb dim, nver editor ol rB Bull arm
and steamboat passenger agtnt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
I Bower' European Hotel. No. 't Ohio levee.
STASIS OF TBI KIVIB.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 28 feet 11 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 14. River 9 fet 5
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 14. River 19 feet 1 inch
Louisville, Jan. 14. River 7 feet 4
inches and riling.
Nashville, Jan. 14. River 22 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Jan. 14. River 8 feet I in
ches and falling.
8t Louis, Jan 14. Rivr 11 feet 10 inj
ones and rising.
We now have what may be properly
called a terrible revolution in river Batters
at least one million dollars' worth of
steamboat property threatened with ruin by
ice at St. Louis, so the St. Louis papers of
yesterday say. The ice gorges in the Wa
bash, at Carml, and at other points have
given way, wbicb, if it all be true, will
necessarily result in great destruction of
property. But notwithstanding these pres
ent great difficulties, the steamer Belle ef
Sbreveport will leave here at 9 a. m. thU
day for New Orleana with a fine trip of
freight and people, and hat engagements
below sufficient to load her flat in the
The Gus Fowler arrived on time yester
day and laid over to take tbe Scanlau party
to Paducah, where they exhibit to-night.
Yesterday was a tough one, and if the
ground had been in proper condition to
receive the "beautiful snow," leggings or
high top boots would have been in demand
The fine steamer D. R. Powell will com
mence receiving freight here to-morrow for
New Orleans, and will leave Saturday,
Tbe Thos, Sherlock was advertised to
leave Cincinnati yesterday evening for New
The Vint Shinkle leaves Cincinnati to
morrow for Memphis at 5 p. m.
The Golden Rule from New Orleana is
due this morning for Cincinnati.
Tbe Wyoming from New Orleans passed
up Sunday at 2 p. m. for Cincinnati.
There is no use in talking about weather,
because we have had more of it this season,
in the same length of time, than toy ordi
nary man Is capable of describing. How
ever, we are fully prepared to meet it if
it should go scoies in the shade by the
thermometer before the next issue of The
The Mary Houston is still ascending the
Ohio, and if she meets with no bad luck
the will reach Cincinnati this week.
The Henry A. Tyler and tbe Andy
Raum are still lying at Memphis.
I3fLidies, attention! In the Diamond
Dyes more coloring it given then in any
known dyet, and tney give fatter and more
brilliant colors. 10c. at all druggiatt.
Everybody praises them. -Wells, Richard
son & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Most pi.'ojilo of S:tri Luis Obispo. am
familiur with tho largo fossil oysters
that are found in various localities in
the country, but few hnvo ever bucu a
nioro pcrfma ono than that brought to
town from Santa Margarita by Kuv.
Mr. Sunirum-s, a fow days since. 'I bis
rnftiMurcd Kixtouu ami a' half inches in
length, eight ioclios broad, and Iwen-ty-tnmo
inches around the thickest
part. It was a ennipleto bivalve, tho
upper and lower bIh-IU beiug entire,
and when opuue.l presented smooth
Inner surface almost as if tho oysters
had lately been taken out to furnish
the meal tf souin family. The general
nppimranco was that of a j;igan(ii!
human foot tho broad part of the toe,
the bingo at the heel, and the thickest
prt at the instep. The locality where
it was found is on the Santa Margarita,
near tho resid nee of General Murphy,
in the upper valley of the Salinas, thu
elevation being 978 feet aljove tho level
of tho sea, as Hhowu by tho Pacific
Railroad survey of Lieutenant Parkes.
Tnese fossils are scientifically called
Ostreatitaus Obispana, and are found
in vast beds in several parts of tho
county, at altitudes from a few hundred
to two thousand feet. Formerly they
were quarried and burned tor liiue,
but latterly am only uoied as tuiioi
ties. S'tn La in Obispo Tribune.
Tlie Eronoiny of the Human Ktomach
After long and caielully-made digests
of mathematical calculations and prac
tical experiments, science has reached
tho conclusion that a stomach in cheap
er to keep than a gizzard. In projxu
tion to their respective sizes and weight
a bird's appetite is somewhere near
twenty times as great as a man's. If
an English sparrow eats at a single
meal one of the largest snails produced
by its native country, as he frequently
does, a man with a gizzard would re
quire a whole round of beef at one .sit
ting. 1 lie robin rediirenst, again, re
quires a daily portion of feed equal to
fourteen lineal feet of Iwhwormto keep
him in a normal comliiiou of health.
Preserving the proportions, sueh a giz
rard appetite in a man would demand
of the largest lxlottri sausage known
to the (icrmaii population, a diurnal
longitudinal mass equal to sixty-seven
feet. (iiwn. man as large a gizzard,
multiply the multing consumptive
power by the earth's population, and
the result would he appalling. No man
could e:irn sufficient to eat, and the
pro lii"ts of all lands would be totally
inadeijuat'? to the market demand. It
were better that in the economy of
nature men couiitiue to be supplied
with stomachs, and that gizzards be
relegated to the bipeds of the feathered
species, except so far as the word "giz
zard" may I e Used in the ri-rnrative
sense to indicate the presence in man
of that place where he carries his
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wrtsht. rinrinnatl. 0, sends the
subjoined prolissinr.ii1 " - ni tit: "I hire
Drecribed Oil. WM. HALl.V 11ALHA.M FOK l UB
i L'NGS In a ere t nnmrier of cases, and always
with success. One case tn particular was given ui
by several physicians who had been called In for
ionu!tatlon with rareolf. The patient had all th
symptoms of confirmed consumption cold eight
sweats, hectic fever, harassing congh, etc. lie
commenced lmmrdiatcl to get better and was
soon restored to his nsnal health. I have also
UK. WM. Utl.L'8 BALSAM FOR TUB LUNvJ-
the mot vanable expectorant for breaking up dls-trcs-tng
coujjhs snd celds that I have ever tied."
DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures Catarrh
and all affections of the mucous membrane.
Ladies should wear a Hop Piaster over
theamall at the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 25 ct. at any drug store. AU
A Special Invitation-
We especially invite a trial by all thosn j
sufferers from Kidney and LiTcr complaints
who have failed to obtain relief from otht-r
remedies and from doctors. Natures great
remedy, Kidney-Wort, has affected cures
in many obstinate cases. It acts at once
on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleans
ing the system of all poisonous humors and
restoring a healthy condition of those im
portant organs. Do not be discouraged
but try it.
A Fair Offer.
The VolUic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt aud Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this poper. 1
Emory Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I", ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth! 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
diarrhrea, 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 taste, snd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
None But Virst Class GowIh.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should iiave the best or none. Messrs.
Suvklby & Co., Chicago, are miking a
specialty ol tine goodn, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cast s, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co,, they will send a
single article at tbe dozen price. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gcn'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
borne. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, III. Skmo for their new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOG 0T
"Wm. JlaicLwic: & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
When Winter Comes.
Winter come ith couk'is aud colds, and Ben
son's f.iiclne Porous Fla temcoine to cure them.
26 com k.
Makes fant and firm friends of all who use It. In
viKoratfs the Kidneys, Liver, Bowels and fttonuch
and punllcs too Blood. Tluases the palates, stirs
the circulation aud cheers the mind. To tbe wom
en and sited psrxnns It Imparts strength and nnpe-
iuiim'm. inu r--i Known antidote to tne liquor
ha It. luic. and tl sizes.
II ISC X A CO., New York.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UN Fil'ALLED tTOK COLD IN TUB HEAD.
c'reHiu Bulm has iiulned an enviable renutHlion
wherrver knuwu ; displacing all other preparations,
bend forcireular containing full luiorm tioii and
reliable testimonials. By mall, prepaid, 50 cents a
psckairi stamps received. Mold by all wholesale
and retail driiL'tf.U. KLY"S REAM BALM CO.,
Owetto, New Y Tk.
GOO!) Canvassers WANTED!
We offer rare inducements to good aents. Ev
ery reader of th s paper who dosires permanent,
worn niel isrge pay, with a nie pure xld wateb
present rl free, snould send at ouce fur our lnrKO
litimllftof p rticolars Large supply of sin pies
sentfrte. Ad.tr.ss WAH1NE MANUFACTUR
ING CO , ( hnriottrt, Mkh:
I have a ponitt ve remedy f or the above d issam j by It
nse thousands of cu- of the wnrnt kind and of long
standing have been cured. Indeed, so strong Is my
faith in its efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLES
FRKE.toaetnerwith a VALUABLE TREATISE on
this disease, to any snflnir. Give express and P. O.
address. Da. T. A. 0LOOU H. 181 1'sarrSk.Ne Vot
Schiller' Thirty Years'
War, 4iic. ; Creasey s
te-n Decisive Buttles, 4"c.; t'urlvle Krencn Rev
olution, 8 if . ; O een, Schiller, Creaky au M'ar yle
in one. $1.5"; Kmirlck s Ancient Egypt, II; Kol
tin's Ancie t til tory, Ji.iO; Froiasart'a Chron
icler, 81. Ai. Catalogue ,V,iX volumes Iree.
JOHN B. AI.DKN, Publisher,
P.O. Box IW7. !8 Ve-ey St., New York
I CURE FITS!
When I say cure 1 do not mean merely to sM them
for a time and then have them return s-in, I mean a
rsdiral cure, lhnve mad thedteaeof UTS, El l
L1PS 7 OR FA LLINli 6ICKNE88 adifeJong study.
1 warrant my remedy to cur tbe worst esses. Bensuae
otlinra bav I siled is no reason for not now receiving a.
cure. Send atones for a TreattaeandaFrKeBi'tUeof
try infallible romedy. Give Express and PostnaV. It
costs yu notliin for a tnsl, and I will cure 11
Address Da. It U. ROOT, lei Pearl St.. Ne
X CU HltYfc1, OUTOF ORDER.
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130 'union square kewyork.
FOR SALE BY
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For Sale bv
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Prices Paid for
NEW ADVKrtTIStt VENTS.
By addressing GEO. P. HOWELL CO., 10
Spruce St , New Turk, can learn the exact coat
of any proposed line of AoVKKTISING In Amei-
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PAKBSTS AX0 OTHERS THK OIU'HaXS'
We have had a treat Improvement In the health
of our children by the use of S-vllt's ipeclB . Wb
had anrnnii the children some who sad scrofula
uotably one case in which It as
We got siime of Swift's Specific anil g ave It to tbit
rase, and in a short while It was cured sound and
well. It was as bad a rate, I think, as I ever saw,
and had been nnder etuelltsnt physicians with bo
permsuent bemflt. We have 1 een giving It to all
the ch ldrcn as a health tonic. We have four chil
dren snd ouh seamstress who. lor jears, have suf
fered Intensely every sprinir w th erysipelas, and
though they had been taking Swift's f peclflc only
In small doses as a health tonic, they all, withont
exception, passed through this spring without a
touch of the complaint.
A younti lady of the tnntr.iitton, who ha been
with us for years, has heun troubled with a most
aggravated ra?h tvur alure she was 1 child. Sh
trlrd all the known remedies that are prescribed
'or It with 110 benefit; but she has been cured by
taking Swift' Specific, and has had no return of
It Is such an excellent tonic, a d keeps the blood
so pare, that 'he e stem la less Imh'e to contract
disease. All of the tuacnera and children who ara
old enongh to know n;ree with mr in Relieving It
Is the greatest nu'dlMu ' known. Mv faith In it la
nnbonnded, and 1 and my asis(auts take great
pleasure In recommending It to everv one. lean
at all times be found the Home, and will take
pleasure In seeing or corresponding with any who
ll Interested In the remedy.
Kev. I.. B. PA1 v K, Orphans' Home,
Oar treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. THE H'lFT 8PECIKIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rulr Oenilunt of two medical
eoltege, Iihs heeii looter eiiKiiueil In the treat-
Sient of C'lironii-, IVprvoiiK, r-km arul
lloo,l Diseases than any oth.-r h rslelan In
St. Louisas city rlu'rs shew nml nil nlil resU
dents know. ConMi'tnt'nn t oittceor by mail,
free and Invited. A friend' v tnik or Ills opinion
costs uothlnfr. When Itisfwimvenleiittovlslt
the elty .or treatment, nieilli lnei can he sent
by mall or express everywhere, ('iininle cases
gniirauU'eil ; where dcilit exists It Is frankly
slated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercuriul and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Pdsoninfr, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to case from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoessesk
InrJnlgenc3S or Exposurs.
It Is setf-evlilent that a physician paying
particular attention to a cla of eases attain
great skill, and phvslctaus In n-aulsr praetlce
all over the country knowing tills, fre.inen.ly
recommend eases tn the oldest odtee In Anirlc.
where every knowu appliance is resorted to,
and the proved roo1 rented)- of all
ages and countries are used. A whole nous I
used for office puna, and all sre treated with
skill In a respectful manner: and, knowing
what to do. no expert uieiits are made. On ac
count of the great nuniher applying, the
charges are kept !"-. often !o,cr than 1
demanded by others If 5011 seenre the ski. l
and get a sply and pei'f. ct tiif cure, mat Is -th
Important matter. i'oupliM, JW pages,
sent to auy addresa fro.-.
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