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Wlio want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATJLUKON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
liess. removes dandruff1 mill
Itching, makes tho Hair
utrong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position, llcau
tiful. healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kutliarnm.
Delicate and Feeble Latl.cH.
Those languid, tiresomu seusiitions, itn
ing you to feci scarcely ablu to bo .m your
feet; that couataut drain that i-t ; u k i n '
Ironi your system all its termor elasticity;
uriviug tuo bloom lrom your chwks; that
continual strain upon your vital forces,
rendering you iiritable mid fretful, can
uaaily be removed by tho mo of tint mar
velous remedy, Hop Bitten. Irregularities
and obstructions of your system are re
lieved at once, while the .special causes of
periodical pain are permanently removed.
None receive go much benefit, aud none
arc so profoundly gratelul and allow such
an interest in reCoinmeinliii;f II ij liittrs
FEELS YOUNG AO.VIN.
"My mother was ulllictcd u long time
with Neuralgia and a dull, he ivy, inactive
coniiitiou ot tho wholu system; headache,
ncrvom prostration, and whs alni'tt help
less. No physician or medicines did her
any good. Three months ago shj begin
to utu Hup Haters with such good etLct
that she seems and feels young again,
although aver 70 yeirs ull. We ttiink
there is iu other medicine (i: to u,e in the
family." A U'ly, in l'rovidence.
Biiadkokd, Pa., May 8, 1873.
It lias cured me of several diseai'.-s, such
m nervoii nes, eiekrje-s at the stouuch,
monthly trouble, etc. I have not seen a
xk day in a ye tr, since I took Hop Bitters.
Ail my neighbors use them.
Mi- Fannie Guekn.
3,003 Lusr. "A tour of Europe tint
cost me 1-fJ,000, done mo less good thin
one Imt ;l uf Hop llitteift; they also
cured my wife of fifteen years' nervous
weakness le-p!essness and dyspepsia."
U. M. Auburn, N. V.
Hop Bitters is not, m any sense, an alco
holic Iwverugu nr linu r, an 1 could not be
ild t ir me exjept to iK-rs-ins desirous of
btaining a uiedioal bitters.
(iiiKKS Ii. IUcm, U. S. (. "in. Iutro'l It.v.
So. BtiOoMtsoviLLK, 0., M y 1, '79.
Snw 1 have been sulfuriug tun years
ami I trie I your Hop Bitters a i l it liouo
mo more gool than all the doctors.
Miss S. S. Boonk.
We ro si thankful to say that our nurs
ing bahy w.u perminently cured of a dan-
.'rous anil protracted constipation ami ir
regularity of the 1m)w;Is by tlic use of Hup
Bitters by its mother, which at the same
k'un ; restored her to perfect health an 1
Strength. The Parents, K ocheiti r, N. Y.
The Daily Bulletin.
There ii general rejoicing among
ithojij wh live in thebottoim, over the
aliiio-t entire absence of sipewater in the
!low phew. What little water has run
together there ii rain water nearly all of it.
Tho sewers all remain tightly closed,
without a sign of a leak at any of them
Some of tho drive-wells began to run
pretty lively yesterday, however, but they
willprobibly also be attended to, so tiiat
no water will come into the city by any
artificial means. Tlu city is in very muh
b.dter condition in every respect this year
than it was lust year at this stauo of the
rivers, and our people have reason to re
ioice over their entire aecurity and freedom
'oven from tho least incouvuniencu by tho
aquatic scourge that lias brought distress to
so many people In the hills above here.
Robert Lewis, a young negro charged
with burglarizing an Illinois Central car,
pleaded guilty in the circuit court yesterday
land wsa sentenced to one yuar in tho peni
teutiary. Charles Hue, who some timo
ago stole a billiard ball from Mr. Joseph
Stcaga'.a's saloon and was thought to have
jumpod bail, was captured by Deputy
Sheriff Morse yesterday and urraigiied. He
pleaded guilty and was suntunml to five
lays in tho county jail and to pay a tine of
15. Tho trial of Divid Burk.-, for tho
burglary of Valentino Beach's vogctablo
stand on Eighth stroot, in company- with
lyoung Runuer, was hogun about noon, ami
when court adjourned last night wai s ill
pending, tho prosecution hiving nearly
concluded the introduction of its evidence.
Court adjournod to conveuo again to-moi-
tow morning when tho Burke case will bo
Yesterday a circular was received !v the
iMasonic fraternity here, from Judgo I) M.
iBrowning, Grand Master Mason of Illinois
lin which the official announcement wus
made that hero was distress from the
flood among tho fratornity in d tfereut parts
f thn country nn1 in tvtitnli ..... 1
-- - ... ... ... ni.li jiauu
raastor called for subscriptions from the
lodge for t!io relief of their brethren else
where, remittances lo bo made to Wiley M.
Eigm, Gr ind Treasurer at Chicago, who
would distributo it properly. Not fifteen
minium chpjcd from tho timo the circular
was recjived by tho subordinate master un
til an order for $100 was wired to the
treasurer at Chicago by Mr. J. W. Morris,
Worshipful Master of Cairo Lodge No. 237,
in the r.anie of said lodge; and Cairo's con
tribution wai tho first this timo as it was
anion tho first to respond to similar re
quests in former years.
But there have b:an contributions to
flood sufferers within tho lust few days
from in lividual citizens here by the score,
of which no public mention has been made.
Cairo's munificence is tin ( hild of Cairo's
j iy over her own security and freedom
from sufferin.', and she could net manifest
her pardonably (-elfish pleasure in a
Circulars liko that above referred to liavo
beensont by Grand Master Browning to the
subordinate masters of till tho lodges in tho
state, upwards of eight hundred, and it is
thought that by to-morrow the noble army
of Masons will havj gathered a fund of
$7,000 at Chicago for the victims of the
raging Ohio. Give the masonic fraternity
of Cairo duo credit for this act.
Great Corset Sale!
at STUART'3 POPULAR and RELIABLE
C.UII DllY GOODS HOUSE.
We an now sh iwing J20 different lines
of Corsets, all of which are lie red at the
lowest factory prices. Our 00c, 75c. and
$1.00 c irsets have i.o superior in the U. S.
1) in ; three times us much business in
this line hs any other house enables us to
buy in caso lots from (list ban Is at prices
that enable into compete with any house
in the trade.
We ask a careful examination of this
stock to establish our claim. We also
offer decided bargains in LiJiiV Muslin
Underwear. T:i-so departments are in
charge of c impotent lady assistant who
will take pains to show the goods.
W. J. Ferguson h J. II. Karrell's fplen
did comedy drama in 4 acts, entitled "A
Friendly Tip," will appear at the Opera
House on Welneslay evening, Feb. 20,
supported by a company of more talent
than is usually presented by traveling
Mr. Ferguson, in "Sir Ciiauacy Trip,"
presents a character at once obsurdly re
diculous and more than entertaining, and
in a type of character cosmopolitan in its
idincy. His representation of the "Ju.le,"
throws the genuine aiticle far in the Lack
ground, an 1 he manages 1 1 extract more
real fun from it, thai can be possibly be
discribe lon paper. It must be feeu to
The success which the actor and his play
have in :t within Chicago and St. Louis,
has h-un more than gratifying in an artis
tic ns we I a3 a financial way, and in or
der to gratify tiu theatre-going pooplc,
ho was in I j Jed to play a second engage
ment in Chi ;0 an 1 a thir l in St . Louis,
appearing i:i latter city the last time at
Popo's. This is a splendid chance to
laugh ar.d grow fat, and forget the ravages
of the (lo ids, and every possible disagree
able fcilure connected with ir.
No remeiiy for rheumatism and neural
gia fcver cin.e betore the public so well
Vindicated by previous experiments and bo
fortified by influential names as Athlopho
ro?. Rev. E. N. Scelye, Agent ot Board of
Charities, New Haven, Conn., writes: "Am
glad to ceitit'y that Athlophoros cured my
wife of iluuin itism when all other reme
dies faile I. She has takon but one bottle
to effect a permaneut cure."
V. P. .'.milN, river editor of i'iib Kri.i.KTm
and tOi'iimtKmt niiHent;er uyent. Orrtem Tor nil
kinds of steamboat Joh printlni; solicited. OHiro
at llowor's European Hotel. No. 'i Ohio levee.
STAGES OK THE 1UVKK.
The river, marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 49 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 1C River 23 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 10. River 03 feet 4
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 10. River 40 feet
0 iuches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 1 0 River 40 feet 5 inch
es aud falling. .
Pittsburg, Feb. 10. River 17 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
8t Louis, Feb 10. River 13 feet 8 inch
es and falling.
The John A. Scuddcr left here at 2 p.
m. yesterday. She was loaded flat nnd
had one of tho beet trips that sho has left
Cairo for some time. She bail several hun
dred tons of way freight and a good pas
Tho Thos. Sherlock, contraiy to expecta
tion, continued on to Cincinnati and did
not terminate her trip at Evansville uud
so we are left without v boat to make tho
Mardi Gras trip.
Tho Gus Fowler lays over at Paducah
to day, but will report. as usual to-morrow
Tho Ella Kimhrough from Memphis is
duo this morning.
The Chan. Morgan lelt New Orleans yes
terday for Cincinnati;
Yesterday tho Onto leveo was decidely
tho most popular resort in the city and was
CAIRO Ji LI U.rYJ IN; SUNDAY Muii.MNt,, FEBRUARY
vuited by a great jinny ladies who were
curious to Bio the raging water. Therein
no fear manifested in regard to Cairo's
safety. ' '
Yesterday wag warm and cloudy with
slight rain about 8 o'clock.
Tho high watcts at Puducah exceed the
riso of 1893 more than one foot. Wo feel
safe in saying it will not go over 51 feet
Tho B. S. Rhea from Nashvillo is duo
this morning and will turn back from
here for tho Rock City as soon as she dis
The City of St. Louis left the Future
Great at 5 p. m. yesterday. Sho is duo hero
Tho City of New Orleans is on her way
up tho Mississippi for St. Louis.
The David R. Powell is duo from St.
Louis this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho ferrybout Three States is having a
bonanza in bringing out corn from the
We will take a leave of absence to-day
for I'adncah to view tho flood, as such a
thing at Cairo would bo a great curiosity.
The Hudson from Paducah arrived hero
at 7:30 p. m. yesterday. She discharged
300 bbls. of flour for New Orleans, receiv
ed a good lot of freight for points above, 15
cabin passengers. Departed at 10 p. in.
Camphor is made in Japnn in this
way: Affix a true is f. lied to tho earth
it is cut up into chips, whi.di nrc laid
in a tub on a largo iron pot partially
filled with water and placed over n slow
lire. Through holes in the bottom of
the tub steam slowly rises and, heating
the chips, generates oil and camphor.
Of courrio the tub with tho chips has a
clo-uly lining cover. From this cover
a bamboo pipe lends to a succession of
other tubs with bamboo connections,
and the lust of these tubs is divided
into two compartments, one above tho
other, tho dividing floor being perfor
ated with small holes to ullow tho
water nnd oil to pass to the lower com
partnient. The upp. r compartment is
supplied with a straw layer which
catches nnd holds the camphor in crys
tal in depo-.it as it passes to the cooling
proce.vs. The cr.mpl.or is thru sepa
rated from tho straw, packed in wood
en tubs, nnd is ready for the market.
The oil is used by tin natives for illum
inating nt)'l other purpo-"-.
i utvi 5
13 G & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a fu!l ar.d Ci'Qi'cte lino
ol new Kali and Winter
j UIILUU UUUUUt
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy ftocit of Body Bruifels, Taper
tnea aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloth, all Ai-.i and prices
Clpihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and compMu atock Is now being
closed oat at great bargains.
All Uooda nt Bottom Prices!
SALT TtHPXM, KCZEMA. SCKOITLA, 8CAI.D
Ili'Oil, Ki'VHiK.'liiK, T'-'tti-r, Hivi'8, liiuiilruil, Jiarlicr'9
Itch, I'linYli'S. lilis, (.'arliunrlra, I'lant rolminlnjj
nml l'uisiiiinl WiiumU, Itingworm, Sunburn, nuu
all din'iui-s of tin' Skin.
For Tilts, Wounds, Cuts, I'lcers or Sores, no
rciuiHly Is s"inmiit in NiotliiiiK and IichIIiik as
I'lipilloii Skin Cure. It dom uot smitrl or burn.
JJirecliuiu in ten lanyuaga accompany ercry bottle.
NASAL CATARRH, ACVTE or CIIROKIC COLD
In ttit! lleud, ltosii Odd, llroiidiiul Cuturiu aud
Cleanses the nostrils, permits natural breathing, '
and prevents Incrustations, snuffles ami nut-zinc.
It faaaiHTiflcrurv fur Cold In the Head which
la caused by sudden clmiiytn in the atmosphere.
Dirutfotis in Un linujiwgfa accompany tixry lnjit!e.
FOH BALE LY ALL DnCOOIETS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SOHUIT,
Special Aats. in this citv.
"THE HALM DAY'
A New and L'noipicto Hotol, ftoi.tin(r o
Second and Katlroad Htrat'tr,
The PaatcnRer Depot of tlio Chlcaqo, St. Louii
and ew Orleans: Illluota Central; Wahai'h, Hi.
Lonls and Pacific; Iron Mountain and .Southern,
Mobile, and Ohio; Cairo and 8t. I.nins Hallways
are all Just acrocs the itreut; while tho Steamboat
Landing is bnt ono square distant,
This Hotel la heated by steam, has ' stoam
I.anndry, II.vdrni.llc Klovator, Kluctrlc Call Ilt-lls,
Automatic Klro-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect aeworage and (.omplclu appointments.
BHiicrn utrnismngs; penuci aurvico; ami an un
Ij. V. PAUKKH4 00
l1Ve.Mi,,!;Ltlf.'1 '''"ot-y (.'iveii that tho nndr
n.f h! ! ""''" -f (iullatln. lo., will,
Unn ; "yif W"r.''h' IS8, n,l,k0 " PI'!:
iardn, 1 cvl,!rnur "f " tato of I llnols for tho
ut uuu . J who was convicted of
AMarlll 'V'Vifi'I at,helllly 18TU, Of the
Alexander County i lrcutt Court.
Dated at Cairo, III., this ., ,iHy f Prfbi A D m
Ou behalf of Jainot Turner.
"Crr v GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Com 1 Ave., between Oth and 10th bta.
MANUFACTUKEIt A DEALER IN ALL KINDB
Ammnultlnn of all descriptions always on hand ai
General repairing In all kinds of metals. Key
of all descriptions made lo order, and satisfaction
warranted. Olve me a call, and bo convinced for
vouMcir, at thos go of the "BIG GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLEK,
lm Pronrietor, Cairo, 111.
Q.EORGE II. LEACLT, M.D.
PHYSICIAN cfe SURGECN.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of cnrijlcal dieeisea, and diseases of women,
OFi'ICE On Utb. street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J)U. J. E. STROXO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOK, ELECTKO-VAPOH ihd MEDICATKI)
A ludy in attendance.
W. C. JC'JFLYN,
DKNTI8 T .
OKKlt Y. K:gMh street, tear C'omi trcU! Avhduu
J)R. E W. WniTLOCK,
times No. 136 Commercial Avor.nt, hnlween
Sifht'i and N'li.th Streets
rp HE CITY NxvTIOxSAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TITOH. XV. HVIil.lUVV
JjJNTEKPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BKOSS, President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
I P. NiCFF, Vlco Prea'nt
I T. J. herth, Asu't cash
ro MM ca!ro I William Klute. .Cairo
J, . . VV WIIHam Wolf.... "
C. M.Oeterloh " I C. O. Patter "
K.A. Budor " II. Welli
J. V. Clenison, Caledonia.:
AGEXERAL BANKING BUSINESS DUNE.
Exchango sold and bouuht. Interest imld It
the Savings Department. Collections made and
an ousineas promptly attended to.
617 St. Chsjles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A nenlar Qra.luot of tw medical
collet s has Iktu lonuer pniratri-il In the treai
liient of (.'lironic. Nervous, (Mctn and
Hlpol DiseiHes thun aiivothrrphvsli'lttii in
St. Lou (a, as city '.i.. rs and al"l old resi
dents kpow. Co:isiiiiiti.ni t ollleeor r ninll.
free and Invited. A li leiullv laik or his opliilon
co-Is nolhlnif. When H la iniwiveiiliiit to visit
;he city .or treutment. Medic ln,s c:in he sent
hy mall or express evervn here. ('iirable raen
iriiuraiileeil ; where dculit exists 11 is frankly
tl.iUil. Call or Wrlle.
Ktvous Trostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Wcaknoas, Mercurial and other
atfections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoninrf. Skin Aft"ec
Hons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marrnga. Shptimatism, Tiles. Special
attention to ewes from over-worked brain.
SUItOICAL CASES Teceive spocial attention.
Diseases aiiaing from Imprudences, Ef cessoi
Indulgoiis or E.Tpo.ntr''s.
It 1 eir-eMent Unit a plivslelan paving
ptirllrumr atleiillou to a elasn of raws ill lI
tii al skill, and !liy iel;u,s In reuritlnr priietiee
nil over tho eouiitry knowing tills IVeiiiiuly
the nhle.si (.dice la Ani'Tica.
and 'he lrovoil (rnoil tc jiiodin of all
Hues and eiiiintrle! aru useil. A whole bouss lff
ined loroillef piirimis, and all arc treated with
skill In a respectful milliner; ami, knowing
what to do. no experiment are made, (In ac
count of the itreut number niiplylntc. the
chnrifes ar kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by others If you seeurn the skill
and ret a sn.vdy and p'rfeet life nfro, that Is
where every known unnl anee Is resorted to.
the linliorlant matter. i'uiiinlili I. as uuireh.
Sent lo any address free.
Elegant cloth aud (rilt binding, Bested for CO
rents In postairo or cnrri'iicT. Over llrtv won
derrul pen pictures, trim to life , artlclen'on the
iillowlnif siilijeels. Who may marry, who not;
tvhyr I'rniwr ne toniiurv. Who marry first,
jlanhond, Wouisiihood. Phjrslrnl di-eav. Who
ulioulil marry, llnwlllennil InippiiieM may ba
miTeiM'u. j iiomj mnrrieii or ronivniiuniiiiii
I'jarryliiK should read IU It on trht to he read
oy all adult iiersnu, torn krpt under lock anu
key. roimlnr edition, tame asaUive, but paper
rover aud KuO iiuues.iieuiW br maihlnnjuuc
rd w W
Boot & Shoe
So. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. Dtli & Gth Sis..
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOO! -8
which ho will 'll at the lowest, bottom prices. It
comprises IIih best i ST. I.OIMS ll.VNU M ADK
and ol HUSTON MAN l;KAC I'l'HKS. I,I)IKS
and cilll.UltfN".- s:iOUS, aid UKNrs' HUH-
Unit HOOTS and hiiUKS.
IVWu uUu make to i rdur iinythlni in oiirllne
of the Ij il material ami orumun-hip.
OUT OF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
We0 0ArVff. LAA-jK
TOR SALE BY
II. Stearin & Co., Cairo, 111.
The exiverieuce In tho tieatmeut of Cancer with
Swift's Sneclllc (S. S. .S.) would seem lo warrant us
In sayluu' that it will ruru this much dreaded
scourge. . emonn so ninicted are invited to cor
re.'pond with us.
I tpulleve Swift's Siieillli; has saved mv llfn. I
t a I vlituiilly lust use of Hie miner nirt ot uiv Imilv
and my arms from the poisonous edects or a lare,o
cauci r on my lin k, from which 1 ha I sullored
for -.Oyiars. S S. S.has re'leved mo of all uoro
no s, and the po.soii N beln forced out of my sys
tem. 1 will soon be well W. It Hiiiiison,
fw. mouth aeo my attcutloa was called to thn
ca.o of a woman iillllcted Uh a cancer on her
shouliier at leant .1 inches in circumference, anry.
ynumu, nun kik mo paiieni no re.) uay or
luuht lorU noiiths. lobtiinnl a snonl of Swift's
Sneclfl- for her. Sim Ins tiken Shotiloc, and the
ulcer Is entire! v-healed up, only a very small sea!)
rt'imiliiim, aud hir heal h is better than for 3 years
evuiiin iu H lerietliy cureu.
iikv. je-sk ii. Uampiiki.1. Coliimhiii'.Oa.
I have see remarkili'.
Sw fi's Sjeeiilc mi a cancer. A ynun man near
re h s bi.'.-n alllictcd live Years with the tnimt
iiti.Tv loukiiii; can ii u cmcr I ev r saw, and was
mvidy dead, a he llM li Itlu mado a wouderfol
ch'Uie,aiiil nlfer livo liultio weio taken, bu is
lio.r.y oriia.lu well. It U trill v wonderful.
M. V. CiirMLBY, M. I)., O'luthorpe, (Is.
17. DKlll.Il' AM) ISSI.E OKCIIIiEKKA'I'K.N
My father bud an o itm? cancer for sev ral years,
!.! b had eaten away his under Hp and llio Inside
of hi-" cheek, down t lb bottom of his gums.
We L'nt roino f Swift's peel lie and Ruvo him, and
theell'ect bus been woiiilorlul-alm. sl mlraculons.
The sorts arc all h sled, and ho ! perfectly well.
Kvcry one here said It Is only a question of time
about his dealh. a d his c ire has croalud tho tet
ust exoltcniont lu this part of the couutry. 1 hopn
y u will publish about my father's core, and seud
mu somo circulaisto Rive to my friends aid tho
allllcted. . W. H. I.ATHIIOP.
Moil lb Eastou, Mass., Jan.?, 1881.
Troatis on Blood and fckln DUcssoi mailed
free to applicant.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer ft, Atlanta, Ua.
N. Y. Office, IN W.SHd 8t,.btwn Sixth ud
Bcventh avaataa. ...
or I a
The Tleasuro and Profit of coltlvatlng these fruit i
lijuat being understood. Seo our free catalogue.
Tho best small friitta, new and old.
WELLS & COIiWIN,
. Ba'tlDj; Hollow, Hutiblk Co .N. Y.
A (.1 lC TV r PS (J,;n,ui"l!n experienced iu
117- 4 xtrsf X hiyh-prlced bo6k
V iVIN I h I) lo Cl"lvn Illinois fora
work u ii ,tJ.M "nndard reftronce
work. M. ll
rT.TJL 7. "L,luara rereronce
Cry & Co., ua Mason St., Mil-
waukec, W Is,
Mid Cold and Winter.
For .'"i 'oaKh nd colds, aches and pains
you wl 11 (lud Uenson'a Capcine Porous Plaalers
tho best tulief.
Til A 1 1 1 Tl 1 on Jauiui hlver V . In IsovtK.
D lllimij urn witllamuut. Illustrated cir
Ireo. J. F. MANCI1A,
i tblct ofthu DuKt, paper, lu cts : cloih.aScts
Kthiei''.H1"1,,1''!'' Orown f Wild Olive, ind
Kthlcs of tho Dust, in ono v. lume, half Ituss a, red
edxes, 5o cts Modern Painters, 'stones of Ven-
Kil ll,.,'1pL.,l:Ktl""o,1 ';" cataloKiie free
JOHN II. ADUhN, I'lihllsher, 1H Vasey M., New
An Only Daughter Cured on.'onsuinn.
When death was hourly orpected, all icmeilles
havluK failed, l.r II James was IxpUXX;
Willi tho luuuy herbs of Calcutta, ho accidentally
nude a preparation which cured hia only child of
Consumption. Ills child Is now iu this country,
and eujovlngtbe best of health He has proved to
thowrld that Consumption car. bo punltivulv aud
i"': " nociiir now girea llila re
ceipt free, only acklnif two a-ceut stamps to nav
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