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For, the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, lironchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stagesof the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 2$ Cents.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
V'm the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Lung Protector !
FKICE 0:NXY 35.
The ire priceless to ladies, oimtlkme and
OBiLUHia with wiak lomor: iiocaseofpNeuMoN'a
oa ckout la ever ku wn where these
garments are wo-n. Tney alno prevent and cure
ART DirrtCOLTIIS, COI.DM. lllill'V ,T:SM, KSTIUI.
I A, THROAT THnl'BLES, MPUTIIKKIA, CATAHlUi, A.SO
all KiNuuiu dissasc. St til wtui any service
forttisii TlAUa. Are worn over the under-cloth-
C' A T A K it 1 1 1,11 needier to describe the
'AlAUUUi symptousof this nauseous dis
ease that U sapping the life and strength of only
too man? of the faiteetend Inst of both sexes
Iabor, study and rri h In America, Kurope and
Eastern land, have retailed in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording care for Catarrh, a remedy
which coutaln No Ukcwjimo or the firsTa. and
with the eoutinuons stream of Maneltain per
meat lug through the afflicted organs, stuar a It
roue thiktoa bultiit ction. W place oub
rmci for thta Appliance at lent than one-twentieth
of the price asked by other for ruined it upon
rmch you take all tnu cbancea, ana wi shpecial-
IT Invite the patronage of the kamt persons who
have tried drcuoisq their stomachs without tr
uer. HOW TO OBTAIN GToh! ?"5S?
(tit and ak for them. If thty have not got tbetn,
write to the proprietors. enclosing tho price in let
ter, at our rink, and they ahull he lent to yon at
once by mail, poatpaid.
nenu itatnp lor tne "ew Departure in .Medi
cal Treatment wtTHoiT BO-cii," wl,h thoo
anda of ttlmontai.
TUB MAUN ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
214 Stale Street, Chicigo, III.
Noti Sead one dollar In postage atampaor
currency (in letter at our riak) with slr.e of shoe
usually worn. ai d try a pair or oar Magnetic la-
coles, and be convinced of the power residing In
oar Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where tncvare worn, or tanner refunded. laiy
P ..Q DO iS OTHERS
(y&yur $ have done. .
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kidney Wort bruutffct me. from oiv Krae. a il
wer, aftarl hA Un given up hv IS heat tctr in
Detroit." jL, W. iKTwuii, kecbaauc, Ionia, Mlcb.
Are your nerves -weak?
''Kidney V7r,rt cured me from nervoua tknMi
e.. after I u tut expected tolir.. Mr. M. M. U.
Goodwin, Ed. t ftrtattujt Monitor Cleveland, U.
Have you Bright's Disease?
hUdney wort rnrM me when my water wu Juet
like ctala aad then like M-d."
FianK Wilaua, Pea!xdy. Xaaa.
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"Kidn.-y-Wurt I. ma moat .uccaful rvmcir I have
ever turd. Ulvta almost Immeoiate relief."
Dr. Phillip C. Iiallvu, Monkton, Vt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"aUdnev-Wort mud wa of chrur.lt; Liver lniuaan
after 1 prayed to die."
jUenry r. aru, a 1.01. oyin uuktu, ji. i .
Ia your Back lame and aching?
"kjdney.WorMl bottle; cured when 1 wuao
Ume I bad to roll out of d." ,
a U. TalloiAffe, Milwaukee, Wis.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"KJdnoy.Wort made me amuid in lleer uid kidneya
after jmrt of unaoeeeaaful d.tiirtnir. Ita worth
$10 a tK."-Sam'l Hodge, WillianuWwn, Went Va.
Are you Constipated?
"Kidn y-Wort eaue eaay evacuations and cured
Eoe after la yeara u- ot o'.her m-di-tne. "
helwa Vuntuid, bU Aluaaa, Vt
Have you Malaria?
"Kidney-Wort hiw done te-tter tt.an any other
remedy Ihi't erer used in my praerire."
Dr. K. K. Clark, JUth Hero, VL
Are you Bilious?
"Kldm-Vort tun done me more good than any
other remedy I hnve ever taken."
Urn. J. T. Galloway, Elk Flat. Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney Wort permanently curtil ui of bloeduui
pU. lir. W. O. Mine recommended It tome."
Geo. U. Hunt, Caahier H. Uuk, Myeratown, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldney W'ort curea m. after 1 wn siren up to
die by pnyalclana and I had auffered thirty yer."
Elbrtdre Malcolm, West Bath, Maine.
Ladies, are you Buffering?
"Virinev-Wort eueed me of Decullar troublea of
aereral yeara ntmdins. Many f rlenda use and pralne
It" Mra. 11. Lamoruaux, lale La klotte, Vt.
It" aire. U. Lamoruaux, laie u atone, t i.
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain Health, Take
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandruff anil
Itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Eathakon.
TO, Dr. KE AN.
Ho. I e.ter Maa Irr., tlliUwo M
takllahae taail, I. illll lr..llm .11 rrt
aeaaa JteernalerlMva. IntMiianttt i mt b.i
' BlIlMtoB parmully, at br l.tu'r froa,
vie Dr. luo la the only atii.trl.a la ttia
Beta llleetcat. keekim l,aw inaoraylawa, tl aj anlU
Thi blood Cleanser.
The Daily Bullfa
CUief Myors last eveuiog ariL'sUJ t lit-1
tl old mn who ws carrying (bundle of
clothes arouatl urnlcr liis rrq nd who
eoroinxly had no occupation pr deitina-
At ponce neudquartfs ne wu
(arched. The bundle conaiijed of a lot
of ladies' underwear which lial efiiUntJy
been taken from i"nie cluthe ue. On bis
person be had nine pairs ot drawers and
twelve shirts, besides pants aid over shirt,
vest and coat. In bis pocket hejiad a number
of handkerchiefs, red bandarM, and a pic
turesque variety of old rags, papers, socks,
and trinkets. lie had also a pair of new
shoes, worth about f 1.25, vbicb be said
he got from bis brother in Louis.' He
gave his name as Charles Jeliger, bound
from St. Louis to Memphis. As there was
no evidence that he had gotten the goods
hare dishonestly he was ruliased.
A white family of htsband wife and
several children, living in I little boat house
below the Wabash inclioi, is laid to be in
destitute circumstances. The husband is
prostrated with sickness and the wife, her
self is in very poor beaLh and naturally a
weak little woman, goes out wash
ing to gain a meagre livelihood for herself
and family. There are, perhaps, others in
the city similarly siiutted, who are not met
with in the streets and public places beg
ging for bread, but ho are much mere in
need, certainly muck more worthy of aid,
than those who spend their time and energy
In beggiog from house to house. Those
people who struggle unostentatiously
against hunger and nakedness and sickness
and general wretchedness, are the ones that
need looking after and that can be reached
only by organized privat. charity such as
is contemplate 1 by the ladies who inaugu
rated the charity ball for to-night.
The comet in the southwest, heavens is
now in its brightest phase, for it has reach
ed its nearest point to the earth, being only
60,000,000 miles distant. It is therefore in
the most favorable position tor observation.
The astronomers say that its lustre is now
four times as great as when it was first visi
ble in 1812, wbilt at perihelion it will be
less than three times as great. The moon
is now out of the way, and if the sky be
clear, the conditions far observations are
u favorable as possible. The search for
this audacious invader of the terrestrial
outlook should begin aa soon as it is dark
enough for the stars to light up the sky
with their twinkling points. An opera
glaas will bring out its second tail, seem
ingly attache! to the first one, like some
kind of an abnormil excrescence, and can
therefore no longer b. irreverently com
pared to a tadpole. Ii will oot be seen by
earthly observers again until 1955.
Where Others Fail.
The merits of the ATHLoruouos as a
specific for Kbeumstism and Neuralgia are
the best proved by the fact that it cures
then other treatment fails. Hays Mr. O.
G. Thompson, ot New Haven : "For twelve
years I have been a sufferer from Rbeuraa
tic Neuralgia, which attacked me suddenly
without warning, destroying all hope of
sleep or rest. I have tried hundreds of
remedies. With the exception of Athlo
I'Hoaos not one of tuoia afforded iue the
slightest benefit. It has done me mora
good than all the other remedies com
bined." KiVEH NEWS.
W. P. :.abdih, nver editor n( fna Bullkti
and steamboat paesenirer aeent. Orders for all
kiodf of ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
STASIS OF THB KITES.
Tbe river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 34 feet 11 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 30. River 7 feet 6
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30. River 18 feet 1
Leuisville, Jan. 30. River 8 feet
0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 30. River 19 feet 11 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Jan. 80. River 3 feet 4 inch
es and rising.
It Louis, Jan 30. River 10 feet 11 inch
es and falling.
As the I. C. passenger train from the
south wascomiig over on the Transfer yes
terday evening the passengers discovered a
fire at Mound City which they conceived to
bs a boat, and on their arrival at the de
pot created considerable excitement by
announcing that the Gut Fowler was on
fire, as they could plainly see her in a sheet
f flames endeavoring to land. We tele
phoned immediately to Mound City and
was informed that a flouring mill there was
burning instead of the Fowler. So much
for imagination, or people's desire to mis
represent. The City of New Orleans is receiving
freight steadily, and , will leave for New
Orleans to-morrow. She will get a big trip
The W. H. Cherry, from Nashville, is
due this morning, and leaves on her re
turn trip this afternoon. See W. F. Lamb
din, passenger agent, and get your tickets.
Remember that the Henry A. Tyler, one
of the best little packets that ruus tbe Ohio
or Mississippi, will leave here for Memphis
this evening at 4 o'clock. Her accommo
dations are first-class and Capt. John Mas-
singale, a thorough gentleman and popular
commander, has charge of tbe Tyler. For
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 31, 1884.
passage, apply on board or are W. F, Lamb-
diu, agont. '
Tbe Gus Fowler had a fair freight trip
yesterday, and a large number of passen
gers. - She lett on time for Paducah.
The prospects for. navigation to resume
generally, in a few days, is almost certain
as the soft weather for svvi ral days past baa
almost anhiUted the ice or at least put it in
a condition to be harmlesss to steamboat;!.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is on
her way down and will arrive hero to mor
row night, and will receive freight and rs-
engers tor New Orleans and all prominent
Tbe Jas. W. Gaff was to leave Cincin
nati last evening for Memphis.
The Memphis papers report the Will B.
Hays as doing a good business in freight
The E. W. Cole, which was to leave Mem
phis on Tuesday eTeninp with the Hays,
broke a cam as she was backing out from
tbe wharf, and did not get off until yes
The Ohio is rising at Pittsburgh, Cincin
nati and Louisville, and falling here.
Mr. and Mrs. Vandermale, of Paducah,
arrived on the Gus Fowler last evening.
Mrs. Vandermale will spend a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Georgie Hendricks,
wife of our city attorney, W. E. Hendricks.
Mr. Vandermale will pursue his commer
cial tiip ia Southern Illinois, &c.
The Andy Bum leaves Memphis to
morrow evening for Cincinnati. She has
had a good rest during the ice flow.
The tow boat My Choice is making up a
trip to co to New Orleans.
Capt. Heniy Lourey, Vice-President of
tbe Mississippi Valley Transportation Com
pany, is in the city, in the interest of his
Weather still clou-ly with strong indica
tions of raio. Now would be a good time
for pedestrians to learn how to walk on
The fog of Tuesday and Tuesday night
last has put all the boats behind time.
The government iron hull steamer Mis
sissippi arrived from below yesterday.
The little tow boat Rush, from Memphis,
arrived here yesterday. She laid over to
clean out boilers, and leaves with a tow of
empties this morning for Louisville.
A New Yolk correspondent writea
of the buekoUtihop.s which aro run
by wonvn for the beneiit of theit
own wx: These women iuan:trer$ "re
in certain instuiii't'.s only tools in the
service of soin. down-town broker, whe
really' runs the siiop and pnvs them a
salary. The broker knows th:tt ladies
of refinement desire to avoid no . ice,
and hence they hire it handsome brown
stone front where ladies iu:iy come and
go without suspicion.. Tlirie are several
of these iu Twi uly-fotirih s'juet, whert
the tickers uuty Ue lioimi aa tliroun
business hours, and in c;ich a seo;o ot
ladies may Ite seen jottiar down tin.
quotations, whieh they contrive to ee
through the veils which conceal tlieii
Identity. There is a very extensive
buckethop in Thirty-seventh street
which is connected with the stock-ex-
change by a half-dozen wires, a fact
which suggests the extent of the busi
ness transacted within, its walls. This
establishment is conducted by a woman
of great financial ability who baa made
the system very profitable, but at tht
expense of a larjre number of victims.
She has been in the business a dozen
years. Her rule is to demand a margin
of 10 p"r cent, on all purchases, and
she charges the usual brokerage, which
is 12 1-2 cents on $ ILK) for either buying
or selling. As soon as n order is giv
en her she telegraphs down to her bro
ker, by whom it is Immediately execu
ted. Among this woman's patrons are
some of the richest ladies in the city,
who find stock speculation a relief from
ennuL Other operators are found iu
ladies who economize ou their pin
money for this purpose. Some money
making milliners and modistes dabble
in stocks, and then there are those liv
ing on fixed incomes out of which they
squeeze enough to buv an occasional
"put" or "call." Taking all these
classes together, a large aggregate is
formed, and in this manner female
speculation is an acknowledged featur
in Wall street.
Nearest to the People.
Of all the departments of the Federal
Government, the one that comes near
est and oflenest to the homes and busi
ness of tho people is the Post Ollico.
It also is one of tho very fow branches
of the public service that pays its way.
It is a vast machine, covering the whole
country with its network of ramifica
tions, requiring 47,863 Postmasters,
and, of course, as mauy Post Ollices,
with a retiinio of other olliecrs, clerks,
letter-carriers, contractors, inspectors
and other employes of all grades, num
bering in the aggregate, including
Postmasters, 60,0.10 persons. It em
ploys also in its service 110,208 miles
of railway, 1(5.09:1 miles of steamboat
routes and 226,Xbo miles of stage, horse
back and foot routes for the transporta
tion of the mails. The aggregate trav
el of the mail bags over tlieso routes in
tho course of the year goes to the enor
mous extent o"f 211,2(50,301 milos!
That's the way tho letters, postal cards,
newspapers, pamphlets, seeds, photo
graphs, etc, come ami go. In doing
this work last year that Is 'the lnsl
fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1883 which
is the year always to bo understood in
this matter tho department earned
from the- stamps of the people $45,097,
073.24; and tho money-order branch
earned f 411,619.37 more tbo two rev
enues making $4.,08,692.(Jl or about
$1,000,000 more than the total cost of
tho whole postal service. That is more
than tho total revenuo of tho United
States from all sources was in 1850, and
is a marvelous sum to be contributed
in one year mainly from 1-eent, 2-ctsnt
and 3-ccnt staivps. tMla lelyhut Ledg
Thai (maoua iilaater is
famous for JU quick
and beerty atctloo la
IteleklnthaBark. Mid. nr II In. Neuralgia, BtUT Joint
and Mum.' lea. Bore Cheat, Kidney Troubles- and all peine
or aobee either local ur deep-Mated. It Soothea, Strength
ana ami Htlmulalee the parte. The virtues of hops eonv
btrwd with (rama-rlran and ready to apply. Superior to
lintmenta, jntiona and salves. Price IS cents or t tor
1.00. Sola by druir-1 ja MfMfaai SB aajaa
fi:" "m"1 A GREAT
oeipt of price. Ilnp
flatter Company, I'ro.
prtator, Boaton, Itaea,
1ST The beat family piU auade llawlay'a Stomach and
l,iTrMlla. SV. Dtanant In aettnnand eaar tn take.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Cora'l Ave., Bet. 5tb & 6th Sts.,
Just' received a fall .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which be will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the heat of 8T. LOUIS HAND MADE
ahd of BOSTON MANUFACTURES. LADIES'
and PWLDKB.Vs SHOES, and OKNTS' RUB
BER HOOTS and SHOHS.
liTWe alao make to order anything in oar line
of the best material and workmanship.
FI.OUK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
His-hest Cash Prto PaM for Wheat.
"CITY GUjSt STORE"
Oldest in the eity; established in 1862-
Com'l Ave., between tb and 10th tits.
MANUFACTURER k DEALER IN ALL KIND."
Ammanltlon of All deacr p'inn always on hand at
General repairing In all kinds of metal n. Keys
ejf all descriptions made to order, and aalltifactlon
warranted. Give rue axall, and be convinred fot
yourself, at the a gn of the "BIO GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLEH,
S 6m Proprietor. Cairo, 111.
Q.EORGE II. LdSACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of snrttical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On Uih street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Are., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
fJR. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OKFICB-Elghth Street, near Comnercla! Aeno
J)R. E- W. WHITLOCK,
Umti-so. 18 Commercial Avenue, between
tfrn and Miitu Streets
rjlQE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking1 Easiness
TIIOS. W. HALL1DAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, President.
H. WELLS, Oaahier.
IT. J. Kerth.Ass't cash
Peter Nc (T
Cu!ro I William Kliiee. .Cairo
' William Wolf....
C. M Oeierioh " I C. O. Patter..
K. A. Bador " H. Wells 1
J. T. Clemaon, Caledonia.;
AGESERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
- Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid ' h
the Havings Department. Collections made aid
all business promptly attended to. - -
Wm. Ludwis : Co.,
tarn lit v ct r- -m ' ' i i ii m .
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paid for-
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
primitive a.mndnea restored hy Dr. Sherman's
Hollered ami cured without siraiclal operation, truas totturo or detention from labor hy Dr J. A
Sherman a ayetem. Patients fro. n abroad cin receive triatment and ! ivu fir home name nay Rar
ture ami truces csueu lumlmjjo, kidne-- and blidder affections, affect tne nervons aystem, Itnnair
mitthood and brinv on imDotencr and other dHtiliiraMw a lmeni. ah , h... i.,.k,... ..a
lm iiiiriyiivB yeara irom nnysicians, mercnants. Clergymen, Mrmers anil others who hare been
cared, miilu 1 f jr tea cent. One Smvthe, ( the Vienna Institute, St. Louis, Mo., his alter d the like
ness of cu-el nvlenta in Dr. Saerm in'a Illustrated pamphlets, nlred men to p.-raonate them, and pub
liHhes them aa patient to be cured. This bold fraud to dnpe the am.cte Is fully exposed In au lllus
trated circular which is sent to aiu one who writes for It. since tho reduction of terms patients are
dally coming from a 1 parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at New York oitce "SI
fc roadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
T JEi El
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Sucrcaaor to Widows and Orphans Mmnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4ih, 18i7, under
tho law of 187i.
JOHN II. ROBINSON..
WM. STRATI' N
J. A. GOLWSTIN E
0. W. DUNNING
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton.Strutton A Bird, tro-rs, Cairo, IU.,
J. A. Goldetlue, ofGoldstlne & Roaenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good; C. W. Dunning. M. I.;
Pre. lid. M ! Kt., for P nalons; Albert Lewis,
coram'a-'io t :-i hunt j J. II. Robinson, county
judge au iiuurv piblic; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and iuaiirance acnt; R. H. Batrd, city
street supervinor; M. l'b .lit -. carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewi, attorney and secretarv ; E. V.
Pierce, attorney at-law, DuQuoin IU.;K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Batu, Aahley. III.; Albert
Hayden. cashier of George Connelly A Co , Spring
field. 1 1 ; B. M vliinn. attorney-at-law, lt) Raa
dolph street. Chicago; Hon. Kobt, A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law.
Charleston, Mo.; H. Leigbtoo,
cashier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
J t?t n-42ii
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting o
Second and Railroad Streets,
The Pasacngcr Depot of tbe Chicago, St. Louie
and jew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabaeh. St.
Loots and Pacitlc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lonts Railways
are all Jnat across the street; while the Steamboat
Lauding is lint one square distant.
. This Hotel is heated by steam, has steam
Laondry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells.
Automatic, Flre-Alanns, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Superb mrmshlngs; perfect service; and an un
ice lied table.
Li. 1j. PAUUKKkCO., IjAsisuwsi
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Unequaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outrigiht for 3.00.
They are In every wav far superior to the man
Amateur Mechanical Terephoncs now being told
throughout the country, 'i'bey are the onlv tele
phones having an Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
nd they an the only Telephones that are pro
tected by an Outdoor LUhtning Arrester. All
sounds are delivered in clear and natural tones.
Thsy are tne neatest, most durable and reoalrs lest
atteoUon aid repairs than aav other Telephone
made. Head for our Illustrated circular AgenU
wanted. THB U. BnELKPHON COT,
-.". . i- Manafaeturria,
' Noe il A M Weat 8., MadUoa lad.
treatment. Book, with contlnuons Indorsements for
By addreaaina (!F.O. P. K'lWEt.L A CO , 10
Spruce St . New York, can learn the exuct cost
of any proposed line of ADVI'RTISINO In Amer
ican Newspapers, MSri'0-pae Pamphlet, 10c.
L' I) illVJ OD Jme River Va.. in a north
ru ectlioincnt. lllnatratud rir.
rular r.;c. J. F. MANCHA.
ror Many Reasons.
Benson's Capclue Porous 1'laaters eicel all
other extor al remedies. Prompt, hiuhly medici
nal . 25 cents.
1 hftTe a pitite wmedjr for thentxtre diwniiA ; b ita
dm thousAUila ot cwi of the wnrM kind nd oflotm
unding hnv hn oured. Indeed, noetronf n mr
ffiithiniUftfflcswy.thAt I will send TWO HoTTLKS
FRKK. tofftnerith a. VALUAKLB TKRATI8K on
thin diseAM.to ftny enfrcwr. .iv-exTr"Mud H.Qk
SVIIUVOB. VOa A A. tlAuu U, LDl I BUI a3b.,lrwl S Max
of Volumes a year. The ch'ilccst literatu e of the
world. Catalogue free I owest prl. es ever known.
Not sold by deal- ra. Sent lor examination before
paymtnt on evldeuce of good faith.
JOHN U. ALDEN, Publlaber,
P.O. Box I?.'? . 18 Veey St., New York
1 CURE FITS!
When I aav onra I Ho nofc mn memlw an atoo tliazai
for a time and then have them return ar&ia, I mean a
radical cure. I hneo made tlmdiaeaaeof t tT8, EPI
LblPSY OHFAI.I.IMJ KICKNKHS alife-longatudy.
I warrant my remedy to eure the worat ease. Beeaoas
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