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You Cannot Buy It in tlio
VVhut an absurd idea it is to send
a sick man, with an ailing stomach,
a tomid liver, and impoverished
Hood, to a bar-room to swallow
seme stimulating stuff, and call it
t An enormous amount of mischief
is constantly done by men who
thus trifle with themselves. Instead
of Healing their discases.they make
them worse. Instead of gaining
strength, they only acquire the
disgraceful habit of tippling.
It is a point worth noting in con
nection with Brouiis I on Bitters,
that this valuable medi ine is not
Bold in bar-rooms, and will'not be.
It is not a drink. It is a remedy.
It is not made to tickle the palate
of old topers. It is made to heal
disease. It is not made to promote
the good-fellowship of a lot of bib
ulous fellows standing around a bar
and asking each other, "What will
you take ? " It is a true tonic; an iron
medicine, containing the only prepa
ration of iron which can safely and
beneficially be taken into the system.
Health and Jappiness.
I dtst trl nn is ATtirna
4F2 y?"1. Kidneys disordered?
Klnnjr Wort bruuKht lue from uiy grave, u it
aira. llMI IIWII U UD li .l ll II.
U.-lroH." U. W. l)iram, Mochaiuc, Iuui
Are your nervea "weak?
Kl liifjr Won rured ma from iwrvoim aknm
Ccafar I was rrnt i iin !.! t-illv,.."- Mrt M. il. U.
OooUwin, L4. Oil-town Umittur Cleveland, O,
ITav you Bright's Disease?
I "Kirlfl.T Wlffl i-nrffl I..M h k o n tnw 1tr mt l.lu.
like lllfc Uj tWD llk bl'-Kl."
ian v, itaon, reabody, Haas.
Suffering from Diabetes?
'Tuilm'T-Wurt UtJio liO'tU hlir--Mtf ill rt40if.lv I h.M
3 ever Usui, (ilrM almoit ImiriiliKto rrlirf."
lr. inimpe. iiaUuu, Xuultton, Tt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"k'Mni-y-vort cuml in of chruuic Liver laauMes
aittr I rrTJ to ili."
Iliiirj Ward, lata Cul Mth Sat Guard, N. T.
Is your Back lamo and aching?
"Kldni-'-Wort, il bnttlfj cured rue vitiea I waaao
lame 1 hl to roll out of twO."
a M. Tallmatfo, Milwaukee, Wit
Have ycru Kidney Disease?
"KJ,lny- ort made m uuiti In 11 rf r aiul kidn?yi
nft-r y.ar of uiu'ierMHful il-wlorlli. Its worth
l(iaUE."-8ni I Uudtrua, vYUUaauiu.il, Want V
Are you Constipated?
"Ki-lnt-y-Wort ran. uv evacuatiooa and cured
tab after 14 futn u of oihor nodidnoa."
b.ima r aireLiid, bt. Albana,t
Have you Malaria?
"KMiu j-w..rt h.n dfne liu.r t.mn any othr
remcogr I hate etbr ud In n jr nractlrn."
Vr. K. K. CUrk, Sou 111 Hero, Vt
Are you Bilious?
JTMnT Wort hn diip n.e more good than any
other rvuwd 1 have ever taken."
Mr. J. T. oalkiwajr, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
'KldiifT Wort tTiMnmtly cuml me of bleeding
pUt-a. lir. W. Kl.ne reotrirnendwl It trne."
Uvu. U. llorat, CJulmr M. bank, Myeruown, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldni-y Wort cun-u m alter I wa Kcn up to
die by pliyalcl&iit and I l.id aunVn-d tliirtr Tcar."
kibriOa'e Malcolm, Wen hia, tlaine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
MKi1i-y-Wort cured in of t'utiar in.iiijlfe of
eTeri juaraatAnllnio Many Ine clt ue ai,t praiae
It." lira. IL Lamorvaui, Ut It Motte, Vt.
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain iiealtn, Take
Thi blood Cleanser.
They who work early nd l'e the yonr tonnil
Di-ud, octHHiiinal r. the hi'iilthfu utiiuuitia, un
I a'rt-tl liy a wbu'e nne tou c IIUo oi"ettur'
M'imitrh Ililtura. T i-all, Iti ur ty and efficiency
an a remedy ind n.. nti?t; of diccao commend il.
It chucka Incipient rbeiiniatirm and malarinl
vmptomi'. ralitvo crnatipatinn, ny-pcpnta end
bllluni'nean, aire t premaiiiri di'fiy or the !hyfi
cl uin'rli'i", m tlt'it'eh IIih Inflmiltiee of ngo mi l
bn 11 lii coo a vecimce.
Fur mn by ull d ukuUU and (Ivilera Kvnura'.l'.
Thia porotu pliutcr U
famous for it quick
and hearty action in
curing Lame Back,
Prlrk in tho iwir. Rlilo or II In. NeuralEia, Stiff JoInU
and Miiaclen, Sore Choat, Klilney TrouUUn and all polna
or aches cither local or dci peatl. ItSoothomStrenirth
ena and BtimulaU-a tho porn. The Tirtuca of hopi com
bined with Kums-clean and ready to apply. Superior to
linlmcnta, lotlona nnd aalvea. 1'rice cents or 6 for
ll.OOt Sold ny drutr-i nPAT
ceipt of price. Hop
Itiufer Company, l'ro
prietora, Boston, Maaa.
f-The beat family pill made liawley'a Stomach and
I.lrer Pllln. gift l'leanant In action and ejurr to take.
NKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE A.ND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
NEW. YORK STORE CO,
Cur. N itioUanth street )
CELEBRATED . M
THK PATLY (i.MHO BULLKT1N; SATURDAY MORN I NO FEf'UUARY 23, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
Mr. Ferguson who played "The Dudo"
at tho Opera House here Thursdaf night,
deserted the company eirly yeiterdty morn
Ing and left the city for New York. The
other member of the company could, of
cours", not proceed on their tour and were
compelled to remnin in The liallidny
awaiting instructions from tho inanagir
who was in New Orleans. The reason
Ferguson deserted was that he thought
the uian igcr wsb making too much money
out of the play more than he was, and lie
the owner of the play, ton. But he bud
made a five year's contract with Manager
Kelluy and the summary and despicable
manner in which he broke the contract
merits genril condemnation. The com
pany was doing well and ho had receive!
his salary regularly, but he refused to go
on the etae here Thursday night unless lie
was immediately paid $100, which w 8
barely due him fur his last week's scrvic s.
Ilis refusal was the cause of tho delay in
commencement of tho performance, which
probably all in the house noticed. Manager
Shields was much mortified at the unrea
soning stubbornness of the man and at first
refused to permit the money to be advanced
to him; but after reflection he recogniz d
for the first time tht helplessne
of a theatrical manager in the
hands of an actor and conceded to the un
reasonable demand of the sulking "BUr,"
in order that the curtaip might rise. The
play proceeded all right, and the reat of the
company thought Ferguson eppeased at
least a littlo while, but when the company
started to leive on the early morning train,
the "dude" was not to bo found, and infis
ligation proved that he had withdrawn his
baggage from th it of the company and
checked it for New York, instead of the
point where the company was next to p
peir. All expostulations were of no avail;
Mr."Du le" nd lady left for New Yon,
arid the rest of the company remained here,
for they could not proceed with the show
without the "dude." Tno company his
done well during the entire tour and its
disruption is due to this very fact, rather
than to a lack of fund-. But Mtnager
Kally holds the right under his contrai l
to Uiethe play for fire years and he will
probably ere long find soma vno who can
pers'inate the "dude" just as -well as Mr.
MONTE CHISrO OFF.
St. Loch, Ftbruary 22, 18S4.
Tuo. '.V. Shield, Manager Opera Ilouse, Cairo:
Monte Cristo company missed connec
tion at Eiut St. Lmis. Will be impossib e
to reach in time to give the perform nice to
sight. Htve enleivor-d to get specitl
train from here to .'uiro. CYiro Short line
will not gree to get us there in time. Will
have to jump from here to New Orleaot.
Am very sorry, but it Is the fault of C. & A.
H. R., being delayed two hours.
Bliss Whitakek, Treasurer.
S rAGE-J OF THE RIVE R.
The rivtir marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 51 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 22. River 23 feet 2
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 22. River 44 feet 11
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 22. River 36 feet
1 inch and falling.
Nashville, Feb. 22 River 31 feet 8 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 22. River 11 feet 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Feb 22 River 14 feet 1 inch
goes up from the lips of R'V. C. D. Diggs,
of Trenton, N. Y., whose wife was cured
of .rheumatism of three years' standing by
the use of Athlophoros. H writes: "Ath
lophoros worked like a charm in her case.
She was not able to go anywhere fo' three
years. Now bIio goes everywhere and is
sound as a dollar. Oh that your remedy
could bo in the hands of every sufferer.
May the Lord help you to get it in this
part of the world."
LIST OP LKTTEK3 UEMAININO UNCALLED
FOR IN THE POSTOKFICK AT CAIKO, ILL,
SATURDAY, FEV.RUAKY 23, 1884.
Olga Abernathe, Francis Abjrthine, Stlley
Brown, Mattie Boyd. Estela Boltze, Mattie
Crouch, Meddie Crabtiee, Mary Coyne,
Mage Oetzen, Mary 11:11, Fanny Hutch
eson 3, Jennie Jiliouchu, B.tttio Jones, Ad i
Jeaknes, Mary Llaley. C rl Lee, Mrs. Mc.
Cormick, J .no Pctic, Cora Purcell, Will J.
Richers, Melinda Rogers, Mary Reyling,
Hattie Russell, Carolina Reilmy, Annit
Riley, Rosealee Tyler, Uocio Taylor, Qeorgo
Trover, S R Walker, Laura Williams,
Patrick Butler, Rob't Barner, Geo C Ball,
Arthur Benton, J M Cornell, Mort J Camp
ton, Enmory Cunnell, C B Clark, D Cull,
B F Carry, Alfred Cohen, Fred Davis, Geo
Dedrick, W J Eavanes, Frank G Edson,
Win Greenleaf, Mike GatTucy, Charles F
Graun, Willi Harris, II J Hale, Charley
Ilicks, Charley Hickson, C J Harrison,
Charley Higgins, Billey Hydo, Charley
Johnson, 0 O Knox, F M Knight, G E
Kolley, Peate Lee, Dempsey, Lafoon, War
ren Miller, Francis McAdam, Michael
McMahone, Jack MofFett, E P Majors, Sam
Nemcom, Bert Nicklcs 3, Leasams Prise,
Charles Priah, W T Sineteni, David Shay,
Mark Tilman, Lee Thompson, ELF Trum-
blcj John Vaham, Sohn Valkburger, Frank
Vickey, Salomon Wyler 2, John Willey,
John W Weaver, J C Wilson, Isici William,
T L Yocum, P O-Box 105.
Persons calling for the above letters will
pleaso say advertised.
rt'u. M. Muhi'ky, postmaster.
JAI K;ONVILLK, Flrt., Feb. 14, 1884.
Unar Uurnell :
Arriviug in this city last night at ten
o'clock all sate, I was somewhat surprised
to find every hotel nud private house full of
people, and after wondering about the
street looking for a place to tleep, I met
over a hundred walking the street in tho
same boat without a place to lay their
heails. After trying for over two hours, I
found in tho office of the St. Johns hotel
two s fas with heal vud fo t boards for use
in c 'Su of ch tiigo eu Is as one tnight with
luring the night in fin. ling tho softest side
or end us the case might be. I paid $1.25
for the privilege of using each with my
grip I r a pillow, and, at last, after thiuk-
ing ol men and woman that were looking for
the glorious privileges I was enjoying and,
alter being aroused several tiui'S with the
question if 1 wUhed to dispose of my bed,
I at last full asleep only to be aroused by
the day clerk, s yiug I must get up and
dress as it was daylight; so you ste others
como to "Florida" besides Cairoites. So
I dressed and went out to hunt up Mr. C.
Pink, who had not made bis appearance at
his "coi"ut 1 :30 o'clock this morning. I
toun 1 him reading tho pajer at the Everett
house, and the Urt word he said was the
river is 71 lett at Cincinnati. He pulled
out a m sjago trooi Ed. Piuk, sajing, "Go
to Onando;tverjthing all O. K., and re
nnri;:g dou't you think that somewhat
.Oiahw ' ' Mr Plnlr !..( f. .. H,,. .......
J 11.11 UfJ '-UO ilJVl
tojhy, and I go in the moruing. But I
aim ist overlooked the point, I started out
to write you About, it wis this: While in
Cairo I saw an article in the Farmer and
Fruit Grower of January 23rd, giving
Floiida a first-dass "dumbing," regarding
hovgreitlyit was overi-stimited in tho
fruit and vegit.bld growing business.
Now as I kuov thore are a few in Cairo
who thi'ik the sun .', allow tno to s iy Mr.
I'iuk an 1 myself visited tho placo of our
tow.uunn, IX-sUocher, who Ins seventeen
as pretiy and rich acres of land on the
King's road, about two miles from tho riv
er as wis ever s:en, and I must say we were
b tu ttken n sight with bis pretty place,
and, after going in and looking through his
house w.'iich he-is placing iu tinj repiir,
Ho aske I us to go and see lo: ourselves
what sjjiI eg$-plut, cucumber and
squnh would" d planted February 8th aud
tins tin I4:li, just six diys from placi:ig
the seed in tn j grju 1 1. I must s iy we
louudtii.Mii all up too a height ot 3 and
4 Lmlua with four lmvua earh ou the n.
We then visited his berry patch
aud found a Bin ill duster of
leaves oi plants ia about tea thousand dif
ferent hills aid such berries wo never wit
nessed before as each phut was lotded to
its tu lest cipiyity. After lkiog
at vegetables, new pitatoes and such
like, orange tree, psacSi trees and fig
bushes all in fine con litin i, wo were in
vited into dinner by tho ladies in charge
and we were seated before as nice a dinner
as I ever saw, and you will allow ma to say
I thought I shnwi.i uever'get Mr. Pink to
leave the table and I must say be did not
leave the tahle until ho had finished all
the "figs" in sight an I went so far as to ask
for the second dish of tei and figs; and
after climbing to the top mo-t part of the
houno roof with hat off exclaimed, I think
I am growing fatter every day. He was
coaxtd to let up on the figs and come down.
When our frk-n I DesRwhe brought out his
horse aud wagon and wo returned to town.
All the orange and Iruit trees arc now
putting forth a blossom or leaf, as though
ico had never been known in this settio l,
also a'l w ni) to say I saw Lew peas that
were twelve inches high, planted seed just
one week, which is far ahead of anything
I know of near Cairo and if the Farmer and
Fruit Grower wishes any proof of these
statements let it ask both Mr. DesR kjIib
and Pink. On their return next week to
Cairo I hope tho water that is doing so
much damage at points above Cairo will
fi.id a near cut aud leave dear ola Cairo
high and dry. But should any of my old
friends wish to leave and come to the land
ot flowers just say for me I will give to
each and every one who will come to
Wahneta and tyuild a house I will present
them a t.vn lt free of cost, 25 by 120
feet deep, high and dry with fine Lake
Alfred iu view. Homing to keep you posted
onco every mouth with all the changes and
iiiipmvi-m nts that occur at Wahueta. I
must say I hope yuu may miss all trouble
o!" water this time. Yours respectfully,
Tub undersigned being about to romove
from the city will sell at public aut tioti
at residence, on Eighth atreet, between
Washington avenue and Walnut etreet, on
Tuesday Febrmry 20 h, at 2 o'clock p. in.
His stoc of househ Id go kU consisting of
picture", carputs, stoves, bed lounge, bed
stead, curtain, etc., etc. These goods have
been in u-e hut a short time and are all in
good order. 3t W. C. Acouh.
U. S. Surgeon Recommends.
Dr. J. M. G. Pheeton is a U. S. Ex-Sur-gi'on,
residing now at Blooming, Ind. Tho
Dr. writes, to say : "I recommend Samari
tan Nervine because It turr epilepsy,"
Physicians, generally, are its friends.
tdrDecorative Ast. Explicit directions
for every use are given with the Diamond
Dyes. For dyeing mosaic, grassep, eggs,
ivory, hair, &c, 10.;. D.ujgiKts keip
them. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
nucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hrwids, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For aalo by Barclay
Sprains, linuntss, pains and stitches,
weak back t r dieease of' tho spine will bo
immediately relieved on application of a
Hop Plaster over the affected part. It's
petietrative power is wonderful. Warrant
ed to be tho best mado.
A Fair Oficr.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debiiity, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Tho office held by the kidneys is one of
importance. They act as natures sluice
way to carry off the extra liquids from the
system and with them the impurities both
those that are taken into the stomach and
those that are formed in the blood. Any
clogging or inaction of tho organs is there
fore important. Kidney-Wort is nature's
tfiicient assistant in keeping the kidneys
in good wotking order, strengthening them
and including healthy action. If you
would get well and keep well, take Kidney-Wort.
Advice to Mothers.
Arc you disturbed at night and I" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth! Ifso,
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 littlo eufferer immed
iately. Depend upon if, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow-
t, cures wind colic, Boftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
eneroy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Smithing Sytup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and bent female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of the
health of jourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at onco and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. Sold by Barclay
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Aloncr tho lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands of
HCres ot tiie choicest farming and grazing
laniis in the wot id, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and 4.00 per acre, in 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 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yoursolf when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. Io those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
H. C. Townsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The beat "olve uad In the world for Cnt, Bruises,
Pilf, Sorce, Ulcere, Salt Rhi-um, Tetter, Chapped
llnnils. Chillilaiiif, Corn, and all klnda of Skiu
Eruption. Freckles and Plmplo. The falva la
guaranteed to give perfect a:irrtion In every
Sa8?VrJ,e ,ure ya HENRY'S CARBOLIC
8AI.h, as all others. are but Imitations and
couuterfelti. Price 25 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
l tie oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia,
llilimisnes., Malaria. Indigestion, all disorders or
the stomach and diseases li dlcatlng an Im.nre
con itlou of the Mood. Kidneys and Liver.
lU'RNO'S CATARRH SSUFF cures Catarrh
and all affuctlons of the mucous membrane.
Penton's Balaam cures Colds, Coughs, Rheu na
t'sm, hldncy Troubles, ttc. Can be ued exter
nally as a planter.
Public nrttce Is hereby given that tho under
s'gned Henrietta Hun cr, of Gallatin, 41o., will,
on the Kith day of March, ltuM, make an applica
tion to the Governor of the Stale of lilluois for tho
paron of ono .lames Turner, who was convicted of
an assault to murder, at the May term, 1S;9, of the
A'cxaarier Countv Circuit Court.
Dated at Cairo, ID., this 9th day nf Feb. A.D. 1834.
210d Sw on behalf of Jainos Turner.
Estate of 8. Mann A Bro., Debtors.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that Sam'l
Maun and .-ellg Munn, of Cairo, in the county of
Alexander and statu of Illinois, doing business
under the name and style of S. Mann & Bro., did,
on tie 19th day of February, A. D. 1881, transfer to
the Hiitieridgnod as assignen, all their proporty of
every kind and nature whatsoever for the benefit
of their creditors arcordlcg to the provisions f the
act concerning asslgnme. ts for benefit of creditors
and all ac amendatory thereol.
All persons having claims against the said firm
are hereby notified to present such claims under
oatnor alllrmatlon tome at mv place of business
In C-iiro la said county of Alexander and state
of Illinois within three months from this da
Dated at Cairo, Ills , Feb. 21st. I8.S4.
I. II, TKAiLKH, Assignee
W. ST RA TTON, Cairo.
T. BIRD, Missouri.
STRATT0N & BIED,-
No. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, I I.
r Agent American Powder Oo
Mutual Life & Accident
AT UAIUO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
SuccoMor to Wldowa and Orphans Matnal Aid So
ciety, o uauizea July 4tn, i77. uuiler
the law of 1872.
- a u
jonN n. nonisscw...
WM. HI' HAT I' N
J. A. UOLUSTINK
C. W. DUNI0
BOARD OF DIRECTOR foii 1st YEAR.
Win. Stratton.Str tton Ulrd, iro".er, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (lOidrline. olbolilHtlnu Jc Rurenwaler. uhole-
ale and retail dry i(ood;C. y. Dunning. M. I).;
Pre. Bd. Med hx.. for P. iirIoes; Albert Lewis,
commleeiou merchant: J. II. Holilnaon. couniv
judge an1 notary publics Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and luturatice airent; K. II. Battd, city
atieet inpurvii'or; M. I'hilli a, carpenter and build
er; Tbomaa Lewi', attorney and aecretarv ; K.V.
Pierce, attorney at-law, llutiuoin 111. ; K. C . Pace
canhier of Centennial Uaui, Aahlev. 111.; AUiert
ua;uen, caminT 01 ueorge I mine iy & CO., nprlng
fleld. It; U. U iluun. attorney-ut-law, Hit) Haa
doljih street, Chicago! Hon. Itobt, A. Uatcher, at-torney-at-law,
(Jharleaton. Mo ; n. Leighton,
cannier First National tauk, btuurt. Iowa.
My baby six months old broke oat wl h some
kind of eltlu humor, and after being treated five
months by my lamlly pbyalcian, wns given up to
d e The dregglst recommended Swllt'a Specifle,
and the (ffectwaa asgratilying aa It was miracu
lous. My child soon got well, all traces of tie dlr
easo s pone, and he Is u fat aa a pig.
J . II. Kirkuano, Mlnden, Kuak County, Texas.
I have suffered fo- many yer.rs from nlcers on my
li'ts, olten voy la rye and painful, during which
timj I used almost everything to effect a cure, but
lu vain. 1 took .-wilt's Specitl- by advice of a
friend, and 'n a short time was cured sound aud
well, Ki winJ. Mille i, Beaumont, Texas.
I have been nffl cted with Scrofula for twelve
years, and hiive had sores on me as large aa a
man's haud for that length of time. Last summer
I was so bad off that I could not wear clothing. I
bad spent hnndnds of dollars in tbeiffurt to be
cure -, nut an to no purpose, ana bad injured my
self with Mercury aud Potash, lour Swift-s Sue
cillc curea me promptly and permanently, aud 1
hope every like sufferer will take it
K.L lliuu, Lakont, Ark.
I'U MINENT BAPTIST PRKACnER.
I was In id low by an attack of Bronchitis and
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