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THE -DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, 13ronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 15 Cents.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Cm the Magneton Appliance Co.'e
The) are priceless to Lamas, ointiimsn and
CHiLORta with wit lungs; no case of PMBUMOBIJi
os citoinp la ever kniwa where tbeee
unneou ere worn. Tney also prevent end cure
abt Dirncni.Tite, coLoe. bhiumatism, nit an.
IA, THIO.TTHOl'BLIta, UIPHTIiERU, CATA.KBU, AID
AU. bixdbid disbasis. Will wiab any serTlce
fnrTBBii tiari, Are worn over the under-cloth-lag.
PATATfRTT 11 needless to describe the
X xxH IV 11 j sym ptons of this ntaseons dis
ease that Is sapping the life and strength of only
too many of the fairest and best of both sexes.
Labor, study and research In America, Enrope and
Eastern lands, have rcanltd In the Magnetic Long
Protector, arTtrding care for Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Uttuitonia or tbb Stbtbm, ana
with the continuous stream of Manettam per
meat trig throuicn the afflicted organs, bust bb
tTOBS THIB TO A 8B4LTHT -OTION. VTl rLAOS OOB
rates for this Appliance at lews than one-twentieth
of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which you tike all the chance s, and vi ispioul
II uvtti the patronage of the bant fibsors who
have ttied DHCaoiMa tuiib stomcus without If-
HOW TO OBTAIN ol'll
flit and ask for them. If they have not got them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing the price la let
ter, at our risk, and they shall be sent to you at
once by mall, poetpatd.
Send stamp for the "New Departora In Medi
cal Treatment without atofoms," with thou
sands of testimonial.
THE MAUNKTON' APPLIANCE CO.,
SIS Stile Street, Chicago, lit.
Hotb. Seed one dollar In postage stamps or
eerr- ncy (In letter at our risk) with stae of shoe
a ally worn, at; d try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing In
oar aegnetlc Appliances. Positively bo cold lest
where thev are worn, or mon-v refunded. 10My
- oavtA.w -ejw
The necessity for prompt and efficient household
remedies Is dai v growing more Imperative and
of thMe Uosletter's Stomach Bittern Is the chief
la merit and tin tn-nl popnltr. Irregularity of
the stomach and bowels, malarial levers, liver
complaint, debility, rheumatism and minor all
aaenta. are tborooirh.lv eonoaered by this lncom
narahle famlv restorati e and medicinal safeguard
nd It Is Justly regarded as the purest and most
eomprenensive remeay 01 us cia s.
For sale by all druggist and dealers generally.
!- " so rn
S 2 u m &
ss Sworn -4
I mmM O L I
g irSSC ,
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- 6th & 6th t,
Jnst received a fall line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
walch he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
eqaprtees the nnst or si . buuin hand m ADR
fad or BOSTON MAW LlrAU lUKKH, LADIES
nd CHILDREN' HHOKS, and GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and 8HOK8.
EST Wo also make to ordsr anything lo our lino
ex toe nest material ana wornmaasnip.
The Ideal Caligraph.
nTHB PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
Every Machine warranted. Ad
justable type bars, perfect auto
matic paper feed, even nnvaria.
ble tension, no lost motion, bev-
X olod plnton. light carriage. All
a r , ' yarts Interchangeable. Does the
work ot three penmen, mnrh neater and more
sefioie. rnoee, 7U.uu ana SMS.OO.
PARKER, HITTER A CO., 420 N. U, St. Louie
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The Daily Bulletin.
UCriCE: NO. 7tt OHIO LEVEK.
OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER COUMTT.
KNTEUKD AT TUB CAtKU FOBTOrFIOB FOB
TRANSMISSION TUBODOH TBB MAILS AT
SECOND CLAIM RATES.
.. We Iiitve received a report of the sta
tistician of the department of agricultura at
Washington, giviujf au estimate of the
principal crops in 1883. It appears there
from that the crop of corn was 1,351,000,835
bushels; wheat, 430,134,500, bushels; oats,
071,233,400 bushels; cotton, 0,014,220 bales.
Excepting eats, the crop of each of the ar
ticles mentioned was considerably less than
it waa the previous year.
-The following paragraph illustrates
forcibly the course in which a high protect
ve policy results: "Some time ago the
Canadians imposed a protective tariff on
refined sugar in the interest of a solitary
efloery. This establishment made money.
bres more rednsriers were then started,
and the profits run down through the
competition ensuing. The refiners are now
asking for increased protection. The thin
end of the wedge being in, they propose to
run the blunt edge through."
A strong effort is being made by St.
Louisiana to have the national Democratic
convention held in that city. Not only
have they prepared a beautiful memorial to
the national committee, printed on silk
with fringe around the edges ond pictures
of the Msrcbanrs' Exchange and Big Bridge
on the back, but a fund of (25,000 has
been guaranteed, with $2,500 to be raised
immediately for preliminary expenses. The
big bridge and the exchange on silk are
very persuasive, but it is the high art on
silk paper, in the pictures of Fernando De
Soto discovering the Mississippi and
Franklin bridge, down to the lightning,
which is relied on to catch the esthetic
eye of the politician and bring down the
persimmon every clatter if we may be
allowed to speak metaphorically.
Assuming that Vanderbilt's wealth
reaches the sum of $250,000,000 (and
some estimates place it at $000,000,000),
some curious results can be figured out. It
is equal, for instance, to 0,000 times his
own weight in gold. In one dollar bank
bills it would form a band entirely around
the earth. It would lay a footpath in sil
vcr dollars ten inches wide from the
mouth of the Ohio to the northern
line of the state of Illinois, or a continuous
line of ten dollar gold pieces from Cairo to
Chicago. Represented in silver coin
would load twenty freight trains of twenty
cars sach, each car carrying twenty tons
and represented in silver dollars piled one
upon another, it would form a stack 700
miles high. The same dollars laid edge to
edge would form a line long enough to en
circle the six great states of Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri
Should Mr. Vanderbilt's life be prolonged
forty years he could not exhsust his for
tune during that time unless he "got
away" with $17,124 every twenty-tour
hours; $718 an hour, or about $13 a min
ute, His fortune is absolutely inexhausti
ble unless, indeed, he essay the publication
of a Republican daily newspaper in Cairo.
In that event he would die broken
hearted and a bankrupt before the close of
the present century.
If you can't "Bear" a cough, "Bull" it.
with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. : .
FOUR THOUSAND COLORED VOTERS
IN THIS CONGRESSIONAL
Bill Scott, of the Cairo Gazette, is mak
ing an industrious effort to convince his
white Republican brethren, that the colored
brother ought to have something; and havo
it immediately. William is right; and for
his encouragement, and the edification of
his white Republican masters, we submit
some figures taken from the census report
of 1880, psges 844 5, which ought to con
vioce even a Republican politician that
this congressional district would be over
whelmingly Democratic, but for the colored
voters. That William has solid backing
for his demands, the following exhibit of
the negro population of the district for the
past three decades abundantly testifies :
Cousties. 1880. 1870. 1880.
Pope. 570 471 190
Massac 1,703 930 112
Pulaski 8,270 2,394 89
Alexander 4,508 2,290 65
Johnson 188 52 30
Williamson.... 253 100 118
Union... 272 148 88
Jackson 1,528 995 29
Randolph 1,398 1,137 489
Perry:........ 707 891 , y 44
Total H.382 8,950 1,104
By a little further simple arithmetic we
find, that bv takint? the usual average of
one voter, to every five persons, there were
in 1880, 2,872 neg:o voters in this congres
sional district ; enough to have brethen Mi)
Thomas to death, if they had abstained
from voting,' to ssy nothing of ' the result if
they had cast their, votes against him. ,
" If the ratio1 bf increase during' the ten
years previous to 1880 has continued up to
the present time, there are now, pr will be
by the fall election very nearly 4,000 color
ed voters In the district." Verily, Willism
doth well td be angry with his white Re
publican brethren. Bat, all the same, he
and the negroes generally, will continue to
ick t,hshand that unites them; after boast-
ingofwbat mighty calamities they intend
bringing on their Republican owners.
Like the patient ox they will be very apt to
come under the yoke when the time rolls
round, notwithstanding their .lusty bellow
ing between drinks.
Our entire stock of Clothing, llats, Cxp
and Gents' Furnishing O'mds. A business
which baa been carried im (r the past 10
years situated in the business portion of the
city with an established traiin. Our stork.
is new and fashionable. As we are deter
mined to go out of the clj'.liing business
we will offer great inducements to csli
buyers or such terms as may be agreed upon.
For particulars enquire of
tf . GoLDSTINB & Roi-KNWATIH.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3d, 1884.
W. P. Lahbdib. river editor nl fna HrtLSTiii
and steamboat paisenirer airent. Order for all
kinds of steaaiBOBt Job pr-atiag solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. Ho. 7S Ohio levee.
STAS)M OV TBI BUVEE. .
Tns river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 22 feet 3 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 10. River 12 fast 0
ncbes and rising. .
Cincinnati, Jan. 10. River 23 feet 10
lfl.-River 9 fast 4
inches and rising. . ,
Nashville, Jan. 16. River 81 feet 10 its-
ches and rising. .
Pittsburg, Jan. 10. River feet 7 inches
It Louis, Jan 18. River 13 feet 1 ieeh
The David R. Powell will commence re
ceiving freight to-day for New Orleans, and
will leave Saturday evening.
The Henry A. Tyler from Memphis ar
rived here , yesterday . morning with the
best trip she ever csrried 4,000 sacks of
corn, 500 sacks cotton , seed and 50 bales
cotton, besides a . lot ml miscellaneous
freight and a good list of passengere.
The second mate of the Henry A. Tyler,
Mr. George Brown, 1 had his leg broken
while the bpat was landing at Caruthers
villa. : He was sent to the marine hospital
yesterday, where he will receive the best
The Gus Fowler was on time yesterday
and departed likewise
Messrs. John Thacker and John Thomas
arrived bare from Evansville yesterday, and
will take charge of. the engine room on
board the Henry A. Tyler.
The Ella Kimbrough will leave at 4
m. to-day for Memphis.' Lem Hill, for
merly clerk 'of the Henry A. Tyler, wit
have charge of the office.
Bud Smedley and Billy Pell, two well
known "star gaters" of first-class record
met last evening and held a consultation
on the situation, of marine matters. One
was for a permanent close of marine mat
tars, tba. other for a epeedy resumption
When we left the "heated debate" bad not
closed, but" we learned, at a late hour
last night that they were still in caucus.
"Bids for fish" reserved.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans is
dus up to-night.
Yesterday was a bright but cool day.
Good news! One million dollars have
been appropriated by the river commission,
for the improvements, on the Mississippi
river, and the prospects, for more certain.
Jimmy Weston is on the Gus Fowler
for a few days as engineer. .
The Ohio, Tennessee and Cumberland
are all rising. . Weather moderating.
The Courier Journal of the 15th inst.
aays, "a little rise will let all the ice go
over the dam." Allow us to add, "damn"
it, let it go.
Charley Baughinan, the lively and ener
getic superintendent of the tugs here, had a
severe attack of rheumatism, and through
the advice ot hia physician, Dr. Dunning,
he left for the Hot Springs yesterday. We
hope be may soon return entirely restored
to uib usual guuu (icaiiu. t , , ,
A REAL NECESSITY.
We presume there is hardly a lady to be
found in our broad land who, if ahe does
not already possess a tewing machine, ex
pects some day to become the owner of
one.- - 1 ' 1
But after the mind has been fully made
up to purchase one of these indispensable
articles, the qsuMtion arises aa to what kind
of a machine t buy.: . .
It shonld be so simply constructed that
the most inexperienced can successfully
operate it. ' The other points mainly to be
considered, and which are the moat de
sirable, ,ar durability, rapidity, capacity
for, work,' ease of operation, regularity of
motion, uniformity of tension, and sileoce
while in operation. ,i , ,
Tbe "L'ght'Running New Home" fills
the above requirements, and is said to com
bine the good ' points of all sewing m
chinet, with the addition of many new Im
provements and labor-saving devices.
Tbs price' is no higher than that of other
machines, and every lady who is the happy
possessor of one,, may rust assured ahe has
indeed a treasure. ' '
All who send for the company's new il
lustrated catalogue. and enclose their ad
vartMflmant fnrinted on--another page) will
receive a aetof,fan?y advertising novellies
of value to i those collecting cards, o. Tbetr
address is, NEW HOME SEWING MA
CHINE CO4 80 Union Square, New York.
i" t2.o,90 rtye?r8p- .11.50. v ! '
1 "1 1 spent c $3,500 1 with- .iwtheri doctors,"
writes MrU J.: W. Thornton, of Caliborn,
Miss , "Ssma-fian Nervine however alone
cured my son of fits." This Is par with
hundreds of others, speedy bnt thorough.
Ladies should wear a Hod Plaster over
the small of the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 23 cts. at any drug store. All
ready to appply.
KTLadipo, attention! In the Diamond
Dyes more coloring is given thsn in any
known dyrs. end they give faster and more
brilliant colors. 10c. at all druggists.
Everybody praises them. Wells, Richard
son & Co,, Burlinetnn. Vt.
A special Invitation.
We especially invite a trial by all those
sufferers from Kidney and Liver complaints
no nave faili d to obtain relief from other
remedies Bnd from doctors. Natures great
remedy, Kidney-Wort, has affected cures
in many obstinate cases. It acts st once
on the Kidney, Liver snd Bowels, cleans
ing tne system or all poisonous humors and
restoring a henlthy condition of those im
portant organs. Do not be discouraged
but try it.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall. Mich..
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and 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 thispuper. 1
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best snd
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents, m
KucKien'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 wr box. For sale bv Barclay
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an - incessant coughine,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, bow very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uoing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Barclay Bros'
drug store. (2) '
None Bat First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe beet or none. Messrs.
Shurlst & Co., Chicago, are mnking a
specialty ot One goods, and it you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid 8ilver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Suurley & 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, Ei
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, wit' privilege of examin
ation, enabling you i" i s purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send for their mew
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOG UF
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacitio Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, iu a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1883, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tbe crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing Isnd owned by
the Compmy, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Tow.nsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,
The Doctor's Endorsement. 1 . ..,
Dr. W. D. Wrleht, Cincinnati, O , scuds the
subjoined professional endorsement: "I have
prescribed UK. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FORI HE
LUNGS In a great number of caset, and always
with success. One case in particular was given up
by several physicians who had been called In for
aonsnltatlon with myself. The patient bad all th
symptoms of confirmed consumption cold night
sweats, hectic fever, harassing cough, etc.- lie
commenced Immediate!- to get better and was
soon restored to hie nsnsl health. 1 have also
DR. WM. HU.L'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS
the mot vanabla expectorant for breaking np dis
tressing coughs snd celds that I have ever nted."
DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures Catarrh
and all affections of the mncons membrane.
W. 6TRATT0N. Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
STBATT0N & BIRD,
' ' ' No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'!.
.3S"k(aU Anirloaa Povrder Oo,
A Practical Tele ulione for Social and
Buslnegs Purposes, Cnequaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright for 8S.OO.
orbit ant itent.
, . i 1
They are la every war far superior to tbs many
Amateur Mechanical 'i'etephones now being sold
tbronahout the conntrv. They are the onlv tele
phones having an Antoroatle Una Wire Tlghtaer
and tney are the only Telephones tnat are pro
tected, by an Outdoor UnhtnlnK Arrester " AU
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tones.
They are tne neatest, must durable and rooalra teat
attention aid repairs than any other Telephone
made. Bend for our lHuetreted e'rruler 1 Agents
wanted. - TflE U. 8. IXLEPBONI CO., -
' Nos. tf A 61 West St., Madteoa lad.
P. O, Box
Wm. Hiiidwii2:& Co.,
c. . if. ; ti. I 1 ,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
When Winter Come.
Wintur comes ith cougna and colds, and Ben
son's Capctne Porous Pie tera come to cure them.
PAllKKH'S TON tO.!
Makes fast and Arm friends of all who ose It. ! In
vigorates tbe Kidneys, Liver, Bowels and Stomach
and punHes the Blood. Pleases tbe palates, stlra
tbe clrcnlatlon and chuura the mind. To the wom
en and sited persona It imparts strength aud nope
fulnefs. The bist known antidote to tbe Honor
hat.it. c. and El elr.es.
Ely's Cream Mm,
UNEQUALLED KOR COLD IN THE HEAD.
Cream Balm has gained an enviable reputation
w bt-rever known ; displacing all other preparatlona.
Bend for circular containing full inform tlon and
reliable testimonials, liy mall, prepaid, 50 cents a
packntr stamps received. Hold by all wholesale
and rtall driniKl.ts. ELY'S UK AM BALM CO.,
Owegn, New Yrk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED!
WeorTurrnre nducements to eood agents. Ev
ery reader of the paper who desirus permanent
work and large pay. with a line pure gold watch
presented free, atioatd send at once for our largo
bundle of p rticulare Large supply of sa-- plea
sentfri-e. Address WASU1NE AIANUFAOTUR-
INU CO., Charlotte, Mich. I
I have a positive remedy for tbeabovs disease ; by It
ose thousands of caaua of the wont kind and of tone
standing have been cured. Indaed, o stronfis my
filth in its efficacy, that 1 will .end TWO BOTTLES
FRIlK.tomjtlier with a VALUABLE TKRATIfiEon
this diseaa. to any sufferer. Oire express and P.O.
address. Da. T. A. SLOOU It. 181 PeailbU.Hew Yi
Orote'e Greece J1.70: Mac
ad lay's England, fl.tt j
Green's Euirland, it 75;
Schiller's Thirty Years' War. 40c.: Creasey'e Fif
teen Decisive Battles, c. ; Curlyle'l French Rev
olution, aw.; Ueen, rcntller, creasy and canyio
in one. $150; Kenrick'a Ancient Egypt, 11; Rol
lin's Ancie ;t til-lory, $t ; Froissart'a Chron
icler, $1.25. Catalogue MO.iioo vommes tree. ;
juu.h a. AOUivji, runiuner, :
P.O. Box 1427. 18 Ve-ey St., New York
I CURE FITS'.
When I say care I do sot mean nersly to stop them
for a time and then have them return ifiln, I mean a
radu-alcore. Ihave mads thediseasepl ITS, KP1-
LLPSY ORFALLISO 8ICKNK88alife-long.tudy.
I warrant my remedy to ours the worst oases.
MthaM h,u f.ilaH linn PA.ann trm tn. nnm t-l
others havefailed is no remon for not now reoetvhn a
eure. Bend at once for Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my Infallible remedy. Give Krprese and PoatnBt. It
cjts j u ootiiins Mr a mil, ana i win oure ov
Address Da. 1L O. ROOT. ISi Pearl St.. KswYork.
85 S. Clark St., Op?. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rernTararadnata. SO'The Oldest Sneclaltat
in the LuitudStaWs, whuaeUJ'KLONo fcxi'iaiKXce,
perfect method and pare medicine insure BFBKUT
and FEHnvr'T OL'RKS of all Private, C'hronio and
Prv-"1 IM' k. ASMtioruof the Blood, Mkln,
Kidney-. . ...I.-r, Kruptlon., I'lcer., Old
Korea, ttwelilnir of the Gland., 8nr Mouth.
Tbroat, llono Palu.. perinanently cured aud
eradicated from thesyntem lor life. ., , - i i
Cil f W II V Loiuci, Sexual Ihvay, Mental
and fhttical Wtaknr!, Vailing Memory,
Weak l'.yr, blunttd Development, hnjtedl
tnxnts to MnrrlagK etc., from exeetue or any
eaute, (! U r, mtftly ana prsnMefy Cured.
Young, Middle-t4red and Old men, add all
woo need inediual .kill and xDetienco. consols
Dr. Bate at once. His opinion conn nothing, and may
eav. future misery and sham.. When inconvenient
to viait tne city lor treatment, medicines an ea sent
everywhere-ly mail or etproa. les ft-ona obeer
I fives his whole attention to a elans of diseases at- .
tains Brent skill, and physicians t hroughout ths
country, knowing this, frequently reoomraend difficult
cases to the Oldest St.eclBllt, by whom .vary
known sod remedy la umd. i-l)r. Bate's
Age and Kxperlvnce make his opinion of oa
pre mo lmnortanc. tir Those who eall see no
one but the Doctor. Onsultatinnsfree andaaeredly
confldentlal. Cases whiah have failed in outlining
relief elitewhere, ospncially solidted. Female Dis
eases treated. Call or write. Honrs, from to A t
6 to " Rundata. IO to 1. OOIPB TO BavaXTBl
- BKHT Fubk, Addreasssabwe.. i
an MatHM$ rvrt lor Piles,
Price tl, at dronlata, or
sent pre nam oy uiau.paaipis
, Ad. "AriAKESJS
U P PG R E R
from Yonthfal Imprudenee, osaainf
Nervoss Usbility. Hsntal and Pbys
I eal Weakneas. Valaabl. information
i forBomesnreirea, usaxiyearasuo
Whose debility, exhausted
powers, premature decay
and failure to perform life
duties properly are oaaaad by
ftceaea. errors of youth, etc..
rill hnd a perfect and lastins
restoration to robust health
and wlBoroue manhood ia 1
Neither stomach drugging not
Nervous lleblllty and
snccesaful becanse baxed on perfect diagnoaia,
new and direct ruethoda and shselitte ihor.
ouEhneaa. Full information and Treatise free.
Addreee Conanlting Physidsn of
MARST0N REMEDY CO.. 46 W.UthSI., New York
' 'd 1 :'T it ,
For! Sale ,hv
nr ss ss h.u
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By addressing GEO. P. KOWELI. A CO , 10
Sprnce 8t , New York, can learn the exact cost
of any proposed Use of ADVERTISING In Amer
ican Newspapers. CSJTl'iO-page Pamphlet, 10c.
rO PAEENTS AMD OTHERS rilE ORPHANS'
We have had a great Improvement In the health
of our children by the use of S vitt's Specifl . We
nan amiing tne ennuren some who nun scromia
notably one case in which it was
We got some of Swift's Sped tic and gave It to this
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Ayonnirlaily of the Institution, who has been
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lor It with no benefit; hot she has been cured by
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It is such an excellent tonic, a d keeps the blood
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