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THh DAILY OAIliO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 12, 1884.
n 11 rif O itnu i l it F'1' - " r -,
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
I loarsi-ncss, r.ronchms.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for ihc re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stapes of the Disease, lor Sale
by all itmpgists. Price, 25 Cents.
Thconty known tpccijic for Ki)ilPitic Flts.ira
It j-Also for Spasms oiid Falling Sickncas.-fc a
Nervous W eakness quickly rolicvrd and cured.
Equalled by none in dilliinn of fevcr.-Sft
e-XcBtraiuPB germs of disease and eicknees.
Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens sluggish circulation.
Eliminates Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds."a
Kal'emancntly and promptly cures paralysis.
Vca, It U a charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing cause.
C lfouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxativCvtJ
It drives Mck Headache like the wind.-S
t ?"Contains 110 drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing it."5l
Iicstorcs lil'oglvitig properties to the blond.-uft
Is gnarnnteed to cure all nervous disorders." a
t ylf liable when all opiates fail."i
Uefreshes the mind and invignrntos the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded.
LVF.iiilorsed in writing by over fifty thousand
catling physicians in l". fc. and Furope.-a
Leading clergymen iu t S. and Europc."aa
Piseascg cf the blood own it a conqueror. 1"J
For Side by all leading drnyists. $1.60.-59
For testimonials and circ nlars send stamp.
TUB Dr. S. i. RichmonrJ fried. Co., Props.,
C 3'csepli. (W
Lor', Ston'eLlur.li & Co., A.'ic , Ohtc.H'0, Iil.
Songs Never Sung.
"Unw tWs tint Vcisn run? S in thing
like this, isu't it ?
'There urn who touch thematic striin;.
Ami noisy fume are proud m win tu in;
AlaS ! f T 111 'Si! WHO llU.er Bill'!,
But U'.e with all their music in them.'
''Yes, that's 'i U'iiuti ul, pulii'tie and
true,'' siitl your irimwitWtive. " i lie pcet
Billhle3 to lfiji!-' vvll.i 11 ru s 111 how (rUp'
pressed, niiii i:uv'. r ;,rit ilieir lull itllniTunce
ot jy ki.ij nir. W hid) remit ds inn of a
letter .sliowu me I 1 l.fci i-1! iv hy Hi cox A
Co., 0!' .New V'lik, si'jrii'il hy 31 r. E. C.
Wllii tlil ', of till pin .Viij tk f roll i!y, l',i.,
a tiroiiihii-.it bu,iic 111 .it of thai place,
"' I h iv;- tu i'fj il with ast'imi for ever
f.rty j cirs, iii:d Irnl n teir.llc ntt-ck in
Dcccmlur uii'l Jutiiiiiry, 18yj. I huri ly
know whit pn!iip!eil mo to take. Pai:ki:h's
Toxic- I ili l a n i l tii that day I took
four ios's. Tlie elf ct iitH!ii:ilul niu. That
rjiyht I lf' ns if iinthiii m tho muter
with inc, an i Imve ever since. I Irive lnul
colds si iice, hut no a-thm 1. My bre idling
is now hs per ect as if I li.nl never kno'.vn
tlrit d)8("iS'.'. If i u know of any one who
has 'ihtlwiii tell him in my mine that Pakk
Eii's Toxic will cu e it even alter forty
yea:.' There was n man who escape;! the
fats of th'ise th p v-t lamcu's.
This picpir'iti. n, which his heretofore
been known us Pah k i-:u's Ginot.k Tonic,
will here'if'.er lie adverts' (1 and s M under
tiie name ot Paiikk.h's Tun c. Inasmuch
as tfinpcr is really an unimportant inyre li
ent, and uapric pled deah rs are constantlv
drceiviiii.' th ir cuslotners by fub.-titutinp;
inferior preparations U'ii!er the came of
ginger, wc drop the misleading wi ro.
There is no clianoc, however, in tho
pr-p ir-tioti itseli", and all b itflei retnainim,'
in the hands n' deab-rs, wrippol un1T
the nune of Pahxeu's GiMiKit Tonic con
t iyi the nuine me iie'ne if tin faesimile
cL'nature of IIi c ox & Co. is at Ihc bottom
of the outside v,p.p; er.
R'ek ITendr.rho and relieve t hi trouble Inc!
d' :it tu b.iii'UK Ptatiiof the evFlein.fuchaa 1)11
r :n's, J."an' a, lroa.:i' s, Li;re9 afKT eating,
J'-.in in the Sifi", Ac. While their moct rtiuark
able bai;u;i)i Vui btea shown In curing
H'-iulftrhP.yet CaTtrT-fLHUe Liver Tillsarc penally
:-luailo 111 CouMip itioa, curing and tirevi utini
t.i;t wmoyms cowylaint, white th-y Blsocomx-J
(i d ix.rd' r c f thu stomach, Htinnilato tho liviT
nd rtjui.ie tue Wels. liven it th' 1 only cun.4
A'i they irnnld be a! mo t priceWg to thow who
oil'- r lronl tins distrescuig oinpluiiit; but form
lately I heir gKliicen do- not end hre,arid thnna
who onre try them will find tute little pills vuln
jle In po many ji that they will not be williiij
to lio witLout thua. Lut after all sick bead
Is thctsne cf so tnany liva that here l whrr m
DiHke or frcuA bout. Our Jiula euro it while
Carter's Llttlo V1 TV am very small and
rery taf y to t Ono r r two pills tnakea do1.
TUiT r9 a'ric'ly Vet'ilablu and do B it prilie or
liurpB, batbjr their pintle aetion .lpe allwtnj
nsothnni. In vials at lij tmii; fle for 1. buU
ty (ixuiiata cvu-ywhuc, or scot by twiU.
CiRTER MEDICIXE CO , Sew York.
1 IVER m,
Tho Daily Bulletin.
OFFICK: NO. 78 OHIO I.K.VK.E.
(iFKICIaI. PAi'KK OF AI.ICXANUEH COUNTY,
MI.IIKI) Al lAIKD rOSToKKIOK KOJl
i;ansmis.jhn TiiKotain tiik mails at
SKCOSI) CI.AS ItATKH.
C'li:u:uter in H.ind-ShakiiiS.
Tlie iblVe' cnt tin de.sof sit: k'ri hands
wi 1 delineate I tinian charaeier Letter
than any other s;n rie t.c: can do, and
inativ peetiliarities cf iliilercnt jici'.sins
may be noted in the performance of
thi-i social custom.
W'iio wow (I expect to rct aliandsomo
donation or any donation at all from
a man who w.ll ivo two lingers to bo
shaken, and keeps tho others bent 11s
upon nn "iteming palm?"
The hand coldly held out to bo shak
en and drawn away aj;ain as soon as it
decently may be, indicates a cold, self-i-h
character, whilo tho hand which
seeks yours cordially, and unwillingly
relinquishes iis warm clasp, gives to
kin of a warm disposition, and of a
heart full of sympathy for humanity.
How much that is in tho heart can
be mado to express itself through tho
agency of the lingers! Who, having
once experienced it, has ever forgotten
tht! feeling conveyed by the elegant
pressure of tho hand from a dying
friend, when tho tongue lias ceased to
A right nearly grasp of tho hand in
dicates warmth and ardor, while asoft,
lax touch, without a jrrasp, indicates
tho opposite characteristics. In tho
grasp of persons with large-hearted,
generous minds, there is a "whole
bouI" expression most refreshing and
acceptable to kindred spirits.
Hut when a man presents you with a
few cold, clammy, lifeless lingers,
feeling very much like a dead iih, and
expects you to do all tho shaking, it
will naturally niako you think of tiio
hospital and other cheerful things.
Contrary to this stylo there is a habit
among a ru lo class of giving your hand
a crushing grasp, which is often most
painful. Jn these cases there may bo
great kindness and a "strong" a flec
tion, but it is as crude as it is hearty.
If the grasp is warm, ardent and
vigorous so is the disposition. If it is
(tiol, tormal anil without emotion, so
is the character. If it is magnetic and
animating, the dispo.-Pioii is the same.
As we shake hands, so wo feel, so wo
15tit why do we shako hands at all?
It is a very old-fashioned way of indi
cating friendship. Wo read in tho
brblo 'that Jehu said to Jonadah:
"Is 'thy heart riht, as my heart is
with thine heart? If it be, givo mo
Two Itieh Tcct.
Before the Halo & Xoreross fight
came on this is tradition almost
there arrived in town a dissipated
miner who had worked in the miue.
He was pretty badly down apparently,
but he i n' into a broker's ollice, and
after being told to get out as a tramp,
lie said he thought a good deal of Halo
& Xorcross untl wanted to invest a
trilling stun in il. Two feet, at $ 1 75,
were bought for him, and he gave tho
certificate to the broker, saying that ho
was going down to Mexico prospecting,
iuul l.e would like to leave it behind to
be dealt with as tin broker saw lit Ho
was not heard of for months. Halo &
Noreross was up to if 12,(100 a foot. Ono
morning the broker found tho dilapi
dated miner 011 his doorstep when ho
came down to business. The miner
rose and said:
"Well, I'm here. I thought I'd come
and see you. I s'pose their ain't noth
ing h it o' that Ha'e iV: Noreross. I
guess ou must 'a sold it ou!, but I'm
down an' I ain't ot a cent. Maybe
you'd lend nte four bits to set a break
fast?" Tho broker looked at him and gave
him ') to go an I get a bath and a
breakfast, and pr 's utly he returned.
l;.t down and wait a minute. I'll
make up your account presently." Ho
left tho dilapidated man on the edgo
of a chair. He cans : back with a check
and sent his clerk di-wn to the bank.
The clerk t"tuine, wi.h a big bag of
gold. The poor devil watched the pro
ceedings with a miserable ind ll'erence.
Tho gold was all .stacked upon tho
"hook here. I've sold your two feet
of Halo & Noreross for Kf'J.j.OOO, and
here's your money."
Tho miner lcll on the lloor and cried
like a baby. He could not read or
write, and had no idea what the market
was. Ho sent a draft of $2,000 to his
mother. Tne broker bought for him
22,000 worth of registered bonds, and
gave him $2,400 in coin, which ho
spent in three days. Two bunko nicn
brought him in drunk and tried to get
his bonds, but the broker drove them
out, and when the man got stber he
came and had the bonds sewed in his
clothes, and was dispatched lvist. Ho
has never been heard of since. iuii
Frunchco ('iron icle.
ltesnlts of ;ain!liiiLr.
Here are a few recent catastrophe?
from Monte Carlo: An Englishman
allows a train to run over his neck; a
Russian blows his brains out; a young
Bavarian lire? two bullets into his
chest; a Polo shot himself in the stom
i;ch in the miibll ; of the gaining sa
loon at Monte Carlo, and a well-dressed
stranger shot himself in tho Hotel
de la (Jrace at Cannes; an Austrian of
ilisliii'-ruishcd family, at Vienna, blew
out his brains in a slc-d in the Buo
Seguranc, Mice; a lawyer threw him
self from the top of the Hauba Capcn
into the sea, at Nice; a German ollieer
shot himself in the ear; a Hollander
poisoned himself with laudanum, and
another Dutch nobleman put an end to
his life with his pigeon-match gun, in
the garden of his villa at Monaco; a
widow, a-jed lifty-live, poisoned hcr
M lf with laudanum at the Hotel des
lMix M .nde, Nice she had sold her
last jewel to endeavor to recover her
losses at Monaco; a German shot him
self in the client on a seat, a few steps
from the casino, and an Englishman
hung himself on a lig tree on St. Pons
road; a gentleman shot bim-clf beforo
the Cafe de Paris, clo.;U to the casino,
and a young U issian shot himself closo
to tho casino.
W. F LaMbdin, river emioro! t'lia Itri.i.KTiM
and tea.nlioat pusseniter n 'nit. Orders for till
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Ollice
at Howor's European llotol. No. 72 Ohio levee.
6TAOKS OK THIS IUVEIt.
The river marked by the i,raugo at this
port at (i p. m. 30 feet 3 inches and full
ing. Chattanooga, Mtir.l I. Itiver 43 feet 4
inches and fulling
Cincinnati, Mur. II. Kivur feet 10
inches and rising.
Louisvilie, Mar. II. Ilivcr 14 feet
2 iuches and ris.ng.
Nashville, Mr. 1 1 River 44 ft 9 incln s
TitUburg, M ir. 11. Hiver 13 feet 1 inch
es and falling.
lit Louis, Mar 11. River I) feel 5 inch
es and fulling.
The people are uow agitatiug the high
water'qui'Btiori. What's the use of talking
about overflows when we have stood the
"rucket'' aud left all of the Ohio river towns
in the ''nine bole." C.iiro is all right and
is 'preparing for any emergency. Tin
only anxiety wo havd is for Padocah's sal
vation. Everybody was standing around jesler
day looking for a cyclone or something
worse. It seems that tho American people
cannot be satisfied any more unless we have
a tiu of a destructive character, however,
the storm of yesterday only refulteJ in a
light sprinkle. It was a falsa alarm and
everybody was satisfied.
The Ella Kimbrough will leave here to
morrow evening for Memphis aud has a
good trip secured.
The City of New Orleans passed up for
St. Louis yesterday evening.
The Buckeye State from Cincinnati is due
for Memphis early this morning.
The BAlc of Shreveport is du.j for New
Orleans to-morrow. Wash Tluinpjon is
her worthy chief.
The Iron Mountain lUilroal is the rea l
for Texas and Arkansas.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis is due
to morrow for Cincinnati.
The Hudson is lai I up at Piiucth and
will not leave for St. Louis until Sdturdaj.
The Mary Houston from New Orleans is
due Saturday for Cincinnati.
The W. II. Cherry from N .simile is due
to-morrow, and loavee n her return the
Proctor the astronomer has been predict
ing the world would ei to smtedi this ji-ar,
but tins should not deter people trom keep
ing on hand Dr. Bull's Couidi Syrup, the
great household remedy for coughs arid
Who is this lard-working man? This
is tho millionaire, the man who wanted
to be rich and has got rich, and is get
ting richer every day. Is ho tho hap
pier for it? Happy?' Hless your soul,
lie's more miserable, fuller of cares
an 1 anxieties aud harder worked than
ever. He is the veriest slave of them
all. He is pushed with business and
business is pushing him. Ho has so
many irons in the lire that some of them
are burning his lingers while others aro
getting cold. His present life is a rush
from the meeting of this board to that
board and thence to somo other board.
He is director in this company and
trustee iu that and silent partner in
another, world without en I, and moro
coming. Ho hasn't time to cat and
hardly to sleep, and when he does lay
his poor head on the pillow he can't
stop business plans and schemes, hopes
and fears from whirlin ; an I whirring
through it. He can't take a day to
spend in quiet out of town, and if ho
could he would take all of his business
with him into the wools. Ho is a. slave
and a victim. His millions in bank
don't bring him so riitich enjoyment as
does a new ten-cent piece given to a
boy 10 years old. He's injected with
the mania for jrctting, and tho more ho
gets the more he wants. If you could
see him just as he iand where he is in
evitably going, an I how ho is going
there, you would only pity him. Ho is
one of the coming victims of dementia
paralytica, the prevalent ailment
among so many V:.U street men.
AvoH Pills IJein largely composed of
mercury uiey eventually ruin the sti macn
but Allen's liilious Physic a vegetable mix
hire, acts quickly, and effeitunily cures. 2"
Cents. At all Druggists. (5)
A Melodious Voice
ou'rlit t bo accompanied by an ntjreeable
breath. Words watted by a pleasant one,
especially if proceedimr from a roseate del
icate chiselled mouth, delight and enchain
the male listener. Mark thin, dame9 and
demoiselles, and use SOZ0DONT which
endows the teeth with the whiteness and
hardness of alabaster, renders flabby, cank
ertd, colorless jums firm and pink, and
Rives a healthier i;low to pale, roughened
lips, llie breath becomes us s veet as nose
pay through its influence.
Time is Money.
The harrowimr nuin nf Wliemalittn. the
spending of money, sometimes even to the
last dollar, for useless medicines, nra bad
enough, dear knows, IJut many casci are
aggravated, if not made desperate, by the
fact that the sufferer is mind-sick over less
of time, which he cannot aflWd. Just hero
the merits of ATin.oritonos are forcibly
proved. It operates directly snd speedily,
and saves time and money which would
otherwise be wasted in vain experiments
with worthless medicines.
Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively
cure sick headache and prevent its return.
This is not talk, but truth. One pill a doae.
To be had of all diuggisfj. Sec advertisement.
g u ring
telling and Burn
ing Tortures, Hu
tions, such as
CAI.T rtHEl M or Kczrma, Panrlaid, Scald Iload,
Infantile or I'.irlh Humors, and every form of
Iniiiiitf, .Scaly, li tu i ly, Smitnum, Inherited. Con
tni,'ioiiH,aiid ( 'upper-tailored di cm-ci) of thu Blood,
Skin, and i me, with biini of Hair, are positively
ruml hy tht) Ci nta iiA I-khkihkm.
I i TiecitA Kkhoi.vknt, llm new blond pinitlir.
c I'un.ei th hlootl antl perHpliallon of impurlt in
and poitmuuiiti elumentH, and thus removes the
I'l iiei liA. the ureat hkiu Cure, liiHtantly ailays
lit hint; and liilliimination, clenm the Skin and
Scalp, healH I Icera ami siorrn aud rentorea the hair.
Ci.TiiTiiA Soar, an excellent Skin Reaulifler and
Toilet H quiche, preparvtl from Cutliura in indU
l ensnble In treatlnu' Skin I)ieat'B, Hahy H unions,
Skin filtmiiilic-, Koiiuh. Clapped or Oily Skin.
( cut i ha Hkmkdiks are nhnniiltt ly pure, antl the
only real Wood rutillern antl Skin Heautlfter. free
from uie-ctiry, uretlc, lead, zinc, or any oilier
minuoil or ve.'etaMe poison whatsoever.
I r won o require t in entire paper to do jiiMtice
to a de'crlptionol'the cures poiformed hy the Cutl
curn It 'solvent internally, and C iitlcura aud Cu i
cura He-o!vfnt lot riiiilly, aud Cuilcura nnd Cutl
curu Soap externally.
Kt zkia of the piiliimnl the hands and of the entlH
of the llui;era, very dlttlcnlt to treat and usually
considered incii'alilo: email patched of tett-r and
salt rheum of the ears, nose, aud sides of the face.
Sc.xuEii IIkaus with los.- of Hair without mim
hcr, beads covered with dandruff ard scaly erup
tion, especially of children and inf ints, many of
which Dcebirth bad been a ma of scabs;
iTiiliNti, hurnini; and st uly tortiiret that battled
even re - t fn m ordinary remedies, aoolhod and
healed as oy inaj;.c:
I'souusiii, i.epro-v, and!thrr frightful forms of
skin diseases, scrofulas ulcers, old son s, and dis
charging wounds, each and all of which have been
speedilv, permanently and economically cured by
the Cuiii lira Remedies
Sold everywhere. Price: Cutlcitra, 50 cents; ltn
solveut, $1 id; S ap, !!." cents. I'ottku Umu and
Ciif.M'cai, Co, ISoMmi, Muss.
Send for "Hmv to Cure Skin Disoases."
COMPLETE THE ATM EXT $1
A si ii -lie dose of anford s it idical Cure instantly
relieves the most violent Suee.ittv; or Head Cold-,
clears the He id as by lnaitic, stops watery (lis
charees from ilw Nose and Kyes, prevents ltiuirin"
N' i-i s in the II :il . cures N'tvoii Headache, and
subdues Chills and l'ever. In Chronic Catarrh it
demises the naal pats ievs of foul mucus, restores
the sen i s of smell, tast". and hear ne when af
fected, fiees" the head, throat, and bronchial
ttiiies of offensive matter, sweetens and i uritiea
the breath, sioi.s the coiiL'h and arrests the pro
jjr ss of Catarrh toward- Consumption.
One bottle Hadical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol
vent and Sanf.ird " Ii hiler, a 1 in one p ckat'e, of
all tlriuL'isis for M. Ask lor Sasfoiid's Kavical
Certu. I'onr.K Dm a and Ciikm Co., Huston
Col. in's Voltaic Electric Plas
ter iii"t"Btly affects the Nerv
iim System and b-.nishes
Fa n. A pe feel Kleclric tia!
tery combined with a I'oruus
I n'er for vi.'i cents. It ann!
late i'aiti, vitalize Weak aud
Worn Out Part". strei.L'thens
IS THE CUT
11 tu .M.i-i le.-, in
vents I) sense, aiitl does mole in
onc-'oiit the time than any other Plaster in the
Wvrld. Sj.d everywhere.
TIIE ULST TJIIXG KXOJFN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
FAVKS I.AI50H, TIMK ant! SOAP AMAZ.
1f1,Y. ari l mvi-s inn vt-rsnl sntisliit'tiou. Ha
luujily, rich or noor, should be without it.
8oltl bv all irroenr. HKWAKK of imitation
v.x-11 tit'biitiied to mislead. I'KAftMNK is the
OM.V h.VrK liilmr savins ciii.mhiuiI, auj ttl
(IID'a tears the above symbol, aud name ot
JAUUd l'YLU, MiW VOltK.
HATArSnH Cju-cs no Tain
- -ia ri
or Dread. GiVes
iU'lief at Once
HAYFEVER b IS
Not a Liquid or
-r Snuff. Appl
with the finger
HAY-EEVER nicut Mill cure.
l'nte nee lit-. In- m.,jl at rlrtii;ita.
H.Y IIUOTIIi.Hrf, Drueiait., Ovvego,N,Y.
I'ltOF. SSIONAI. C'AHDS.
QEOItUE HAKHISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention piltlto the IIoineoiathlc treat
ment of a.irt'itul (llHeiiHen, aud diseases of women
ul tU'E On 14th Btreut, opposite tho Post
office, Cairo, ill.
J)U. J. i:. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'Olt, EI,K0TI'.O-VAl'OR and MSDICrED
A ladf In altetitluiico.
QU. W. C. JC'JKLTN,
D K N T 1ST.
OFriCK KlKtith Street, near Come erclal Ayentin
U. R V. WHITLOCK,
Ori'it i No. 136 Commorclal Avenue, between
fht'jand Mt.tb StroeLa
T''". c;Pt,r'1'ncn'n tho treatment nf Cancer with
iWJir? C. ( . -.?!- w""1" warrant n?
In paylnit that U will fr8 ,tH Inllrh drvHlh,d
LTrd'nhT.ueo fflic,8d ttru
Iliili. ve Swift's Rpei-lltc liaa naveil my life I
tal virtaitlly lovt nae of I lie upper ptrt ot my ht'.dy
ami my urnia from the poidonoui! eilecta of a Itrte
cancfr on uiy n ek, from willed 1 liatl nitlVred
for liOyiars. S S. ti.lias re'leved me of B ore.
ue-a, Slid llie po soil l beinjj foreett out of my yg
teui. I will soon be well. W. It Hoiusun,
Two montlia ac;o my attention was railed lo the
case of a woii.au utllltttd wi;h a euncer on her
Blioul 'er at leant S iut lies In clrt:iimrereneetoiini;ry,
painful, and nlvlut; the' putieut no reitlavor
jiiflit lor a fioiitlif. I ohtiin' d a eupplv or Swift's
Stiecill for her. Shti Ii taken 5 hot l,'i, and the
Ulcer Ik eutirelv liealetl up, only a very Hinall scab
remaining, ami her heal h Is better ttiun for 5 years
pant; seeum to be penertlv eiired.
Ktv. Jk-sb II. CiSieiiKLi. OoluiubuK, (1.
I have Beei reinarkablu results from ttso of
Swift's Siet iflc mi a eau.-rr. A yoiin man near
"re h' I n afllicted tlvu years with the moat
anury looking eaumr cane r I ev r saw, and wae
nearly ilca-I. I lie Urn b itlo mado a woutlerful
chanie,anil after live btilt: were tjk'ii. ho is
uear.y orq'l'te well. It i(. truly wonderful.
M. t. CiifJtLiiv, M. a.Ulelliurpe, Oa.
U.NDKU l.II'AXI) INSDE OK CHEEK EATEN
AWAY BY CANl'EK.
My father liatl an eit'ni; cancer for cr ral years
Wbi. Ii had eaten away bis under lip uml the Inside
or bis cheek, down t th - bottom or hi cuinn.
c col rami! i f hwifi's critic ai.rt Kavo him, and
tie ell ct has been won !er!ul-,i:m Ht ni.-:.t ulii.
1 he s irn are all h aleil, ami hu is peifee'ly well
hverj-one n n. fuiil It la only a que-'ton of tune
about his death, a d his c re has created the u'leai
est exclt. mer.t in this part e the country. 1 Mepe
y u will pubiiai, aboiii m- dither's cure and send
me sotiiij circulars to gle to mvrrleurts and the
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South hastou, Mass , Jan. 7, Isyt.
Triat!e ofi ItlouO and Skin Diseases mailed
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iiu iuu i.iiii ,ihj tu iiii, ii, ipot, iniiat; a'l aip!ica
tion to the Governor of the State of I llnols lor tho
pardon of one .lames Turner, wno wait convicted of
an assntilt to murder, at the .May term, 187!), of the
Alexander (,'ountv Circuit Court.
Dated at Cairo, III., this (lib day or Feb. A. TV 18S4.
II rN K IK IT A UUNTtR,
S10d-3w Ou behalf of .lamua Turner.
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