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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUNl.NU MARCH 20, 1884.
I'or the Cure of Coughs, Colds
I Ioarsencss, llront liitis,Croup, Influ
en7a, Asthma, Winkling Cough, In
cipient Consumption and lor the re
liefofrotiMimptive persons in advan
ced Maces of the Urease. 1 or sale
!y all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
smrrt-yj-. .-.-J -, ;rrsi ?aau . , -Lams
The Want of a Reliable flinrct'c
which, wtille act'ng ' t in'iUn' of th kiduevs,
tiel'.lur eu'iw s 11 r urit.tii' then, long nn a
supplied hv II 1 lull 'T' SMn.arh II tt'ts. I hit
fine ni- dkl;e rrn tilt; r. q its'.te deirr-e uf It in
BlaCoii u;vi:i thee f f jl la . w.th-ut prinlni Jl If
Irritation nd is. theretorv. tir better adapted for
the puriuM fiat, t'mif I'' sled ex i'.ants often tc-
urtill ) l)s,-p-U, ever atid a,jue aud kindred
lli-c.i- are cured ti It
r"f a'wb. 1! lri : and dcsler cerera'r
Ik.u., it n u on the I IVJ U, llOVILLSiad
klDMYs at th sums lime.
Because It cleanse the tystr-n of the poison
ous hamor tiit di-veivp in Ktd;iey and Uri
nary Diwoai-s, Bi'a jui-.e, Jiuiidi-e, Constipa
tion, Piloa. or la Kaeuniaiu.ni, Neunlgt,
vous luorders sid K.I rm:k.e On; lull..
1 ri.u! rrt: .
rr vniiTBuaiTr eras
By causes raZ3 ACTION of U lis organ
a::d fejKrt.uej, tavreby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring Uio normal power Va throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the wont f'T-Tia of th--- drnW- Aiseam-
Itsse cwvu ii-lic.. rt'-itfVCTi. a.i.i ui a short utue
1'iai t, i. iitji 10 i' a Din, sold m duicwts.
lrv win be sent by irail.
WnU.K.CilAH-PdO.N tc Cj., Burlington, Vt.
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sxssBxwsBinacprti win muvsntVUUBm
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I I Viu-l-y Twin, Suc h tn taa
I Klu'k'Le, Swulli!n JuUlLi.
i ll.'rtrt IlltVL44. AiTH llllH.-ll.
I'aan In the Ch-t, nil il! I aad m b,n either lucal ur
t . wtil nuun H p iVMt.r. Cumiiin.leJ, ulti,u(
t-i m.-Ui-iajtl Tire.KU'.t fr..-h Il-iii. Uunu, Bnlanm anil
txiracta. it m ind.-wl Wo f-ain-fcllin, HumuMwtt,
miti-M t.i'iith.'iunrf P-r.n I lxiitT ever nuulu.
(.,p I'Uittn-n a .il !'J iuJ 0j-m;ii.-!sa3iJ country W)r
I, IS I-JJ , 1 J
a '-en's ijrutc i"r si .
SLulcd on re if '
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i'ri.ipnul jm a:rl li i:u-
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A New ;ni comtsli!!" N-iii'l. froi.tin? o. L
s.rci.Ti! :.!! r-.;r.lri'uil Strvctf,
Tim PaB'P!i.:i1'- D' lmt 'n tnu (.'ti:rn'o, St. I.i.uil
noil .lew Orii!ii:i: l'l!uoi Cfiitni.: wii'mih. st
I.milR Mid PnciHu: Inui Miiiinruin Mint Amthi rn
Mobile and Ohio; .? una Sr. Louis Hitu-vny
gru :ill JumI itcriipit Ihu i r-v : wtiilu the si.vmitxiin
Lmiiliiii! ih out. oiiu S'iunr iIihihiii,
ThiH Botiil ii hi'iitcd hy Kti-iitn. h! t"iim
I.auuilrv. HvdrHi.Mo Klovnt-ir, Kin. 'r.i: C l lii'I'.B,
Autoniiiiic b'iru-Alnruirt. IVe.'.u', ii'iLiiltitely inue ir,
prlu;lnvi:rt:e miri unnpiiito 'ipiiiiitnn'iitn.
SHperl) ftitumhins; pvrluci iturWca; nd n.'i
arniii. 1 rrlrnii Itw'a-u
KS.n. .trtlUUut M fur Ptlf
kVriM at Urumjism, or
tUHCUl nrt'imm ' num. .TuiniMt
fef rTcu Ai AN Iv KS1 :i
fmm Yuntlifiil luiprndonoe, onaeing
iMvoin Dulnhty, Mnnlal and I'hjsi
c.l Wnakiiw. V mimhlo inlonnatinn
t-iv lloinorttire free. Uinrt'iiyefcineuO
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OKKICUL PAPKK OF ALBXANDKR OOCNTT.
NTKIIKD AT TUB CAIUO rOSTOFPICK VM
I'HANHMIHHION TIIUOIOH TUB MAI 1,8 AT
BKCONI) CLASS RATES.
JEXEILAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. Cliarles lkuh, of Carboudale, ia
at llio Halliday. Ho lias come to Btay,
expecting to have work heun on the U. S.
Marine Hospital in a few weeks. The
plans of tho buildings are expected to ar
rive to-day, and bids for work will be ad
vertised for probably in a few days. It
will takfi several weeks before the contract
will be let and work can be begun.
Miss. Mamie, daugther of Mr. Steele,
clerk of The Halliday, died at Taducah
yesterday. Mr. Steele went up a day or
two ago to attend his daughter's bedside,
as she was expected to die, and he teleg
raphed th news of her death to Mr. L. P.
arker last evening. Miss Mamio was 18
years of age and a very attractive young
lady. She had been sick for several weeks.
About twenty couples, of our popular
young penplp, gathered at the residence of
Mr. Henry Wells Thunday ni'tit, in re
sponse to invitations from Mrs. Wells, and
spent the evening in the mcHt pleasant
manner conceivable. It was a farewell
party to Miss Hathaway, of Rising Sun,
nd., who has been visiting at the Wells
residence for a short time and who is to
leave for her home to-day or to-morrow.
Music, dancing, a supper and several other
popular and interesting means of pleasure
-As may be seen fiom a notice publish
ed elsewhere, the Codgressional Central
Committee met at the office of Chairman
Hughes several nights ago and called upon
the voters of the county to meet at their
recpective places of voting on the 17'.h of
My and select delegates to another county
couventinn to be held at the C-mrt House
in tl.i. city on the 24th of M iv. This con
voofion is to select deleat'.' to ihe Nitional
and Senatorial Convention., and to stlect a
new Couity Central Committee. The coun
ty convention of tlie o'.h of April, f r which
deleaves are to he selected to-d iv, it is
audentoud, is to only select delegates to the
Sttte Omveution at Peoru on the lGtii of
Much of Tub Bn.i.ETiNB spaoc is this
morning taken up uy an arncie lanen
trom the Nor hwestern Lumberman, a
turty.four page publication, devoted to the
Iumler interests of the northwest. It is
published in Chicago and edited by Mr.
W. B. Jn lon. It is a very valuable paper
to lumbermen generally, and its subscrib
ers, scattered all over this broad country,
probably represent more capital thau those
of any other publication. Mr. Judson was
in this city several weeks ago on his way
home from New Orleans, and while here,
he took t'.H troub'e to post himself about
some of Cairo's good points. Ilij edi'orial,
reproduced elsewhere, is the fruit of his
unprejudiced observation and is" one of the
strongest articles on Cairo ever printed, the
publication of. which in the Lumberman
will do raueh toward relieving the city of
the ut just prejudice which exists against
heramongthe cities of the country and
will brin her to the favorable notice of
thousands of the country's men of means.
Already Mound City is a little agita
ted over the election of a new mavor, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by Mayor Mertz,
and of three aldermen, to be held on the
l :h of April. One question of importance
will form the issue upon which the people
wih divide pro and con, viz.: "Shall the
Illinois Central Road be permitted to come
down the Ohio Leveel' Two candidates
will be In the field, and well-informed men
from there say that Mr. Andrew Dougherty
and Mr. G. P. Meyer will very probably be
the men. Mr. Dougherty favors the rail
road, and Mr. Meyer epposes it. At the
loot election for aldermen, the same issue
was made, and the party favoring the road
was victorious in all but one ward wtiere a
man was elected who had not declared
himself upon the question before the elec
tion, and who afterwards proved to be op
pwsed to the railroad. Mayor Mertz was
in favor of the road, but by this one
neutral (?) voto in the council that body
was against him. It is thought that the
election will g in favor of admitting the
A baby was born in a cemetery at Mar
shalltcwn, Iowa, a short timo ago, but
verywhere can be seen babies borue to the
ccmetary becauss mothers cruelly neglect
t procure Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, a sura
cure for croup, colds and coughs.
A $20 BIBLICAL PRIZK.
The publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
olfer twelve vuluo rewards in their Monthly
tor April, among which is th following:
We will give 20.00 to the person telling
us how many words there are in the Epistle
of Jude, as recorded in the New Testament
Scriptures (not the New Revision), by
April 10th, 1884. Should two or more cor
rect answers he received, tho reward will
be divided. The money will be forwarded
to the winner April 15ih, 1884. Persons
trying for the reward must soud 20 cents in
silver (no postage stamps taken) with their
answi-r, for which they will receive the
May Monthly, in which tho name and ad
dress of tho winner of tho reward and tho
correct answer will bo published, and in
which several inoro valuable rewards will
be nlfured. Address Rutledgo Publishing
Company, Gaston, t'enna.
W. F. ;.AniiN, river crtuorol inn lleu.ietin
and mesniliosi paKDeriKRr agent. Orders for all
kinds of Hteamboat ol pruning aolicttud. Olllce
at Uowor't Kuropean Uotul. No. 72 Onto levoe.
BTA0E9 OK TUE IUVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ni. 48 feet 1 inch and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Mar. 28. River 19 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 28. River 38 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 28. River 15 feet
4 inches and falling.
Nashville, Mar. 28 -River 30 ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, Mar. 28.-Rivtr 11 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
8t Louis, Mar 23. River 25 ft 1 inch
es and rising.
Yesterday was rather monotonous in
river circles, as the arrival and departure of
steamers was exceedingly slim. But the
weather was fine.
The Smoky City arrived here from St
Louis vestcrdav. She had a bier tow of
barges, and also a very attractive little pro
peller called the Mamie, which came from
St. Paul. The Smoky City passed on up
with her tow for Pittsburg.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis ar
rived at 8:20 last evening and departed at
0 p. m. for Vicksburg.J
Tha City of Cairo from Vicksburg is due
hre to-night for St. Louis.
The Annie 1. Silver from New Orleans
will report here to day for St. Louis.
The Hudson is the popular packet to
nijit for St. Louis. For passage see W.
F. LambJio, agnt.
The fine steamer Ohio is due to-nighr for
Memphis. W. F. Larabdin, passenger
Remembkr the Buckeye State from
Memphis is due early to-morrow morain
for Cincinnati. If you desire to travel on
a fast boat, with clever ofikers and unex
celled accommodations, tike the Buckeye
StatP, and buy your tickets from W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent.
The suspension of the Texas Narrow
gaue and Iron Mountain Railroads, on ac
count of high water, has made a very per
ceptible difLrence in travel, and the hotels
especially feel it. And we will also add,
the steamboat agents are "kicking."
The Golden Rule for New Orleans is due
to-morrow from Cincinnati.
The Mary Houston's new shaft is now
ia position, an 1 she left Cincinnati for New
Orleans yesterday evening.
Over 150 families at Vicksburg have
been rendered homeless on account of the
What's became of the Mississippi river
improvements? It's a bigger job than
Uncle S im thinks it is, for it's a stubborn
ol 1 stream; but then he's got the money,
and there's "nothing like liberality."
The Chn$. M irgaa is to be sold to-day,
aud we can guess pretty close as to who is
the purchaser. The initials of his name
are Lew Kites.
fjThat monster tow-boat W. W. O'Neil is
coming with one of the largest tows that
ever descended the Ohio or Mississippi.
Sue will pass here probably Tuesday morn
ing, bhe has 33 pieces in her tow, which
is 238 feet widd and TOO feet long, and ag
gregates 20,700 tons of coal in her trip.
Experience and Practice.
Dr. L. M iran, a leading druggist and
physician of S)urh Amboy, N. J., says that
he prescribes St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain
cure, in his family and to his patients, and
has seen the good effects of it.
LIST OP LETTERS REMAINING C.VCAtLED
FOR IN THE POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL,
SATURDAY, MARCH. 29, 1SS4.
Joanna Brown, Fronnn Biown, Carrie
Bland, Alice Britton, Sarah Chester, ladder
Clark, Ida Chiistopher, Minnie Dixon, L
Delong, Mary Eastman, Maggie Gilmore,
Creacie Glascow, Ktttie Hogan, C Holmes,
Agnes Harper, Anna Holland, Fanny Ham
ilton, Sidney Lenord, Rosie Liscomb,
Martha Nicholas, W 3 Richey, Millie
Roirers, Marliada Rogers, Anna Robertson,
Sarah Stanley, Mary Bell Seraggs, Deley
Seaten, Rosie Lee Taylor, Ida Tilman,
Callie Thompson, Rhoda Vaugh, Mary Ann
Williams, Glacie Wilson, Harret Young 2.
Mat Alexander, Max Arndt, John Bow
ers Jesse Bell, Thomas Catholic, P C
Callahan (2), John Chaves, Joe Cobb, Dave
Caskev, Davis Cox, Charlie Coalman, J n
Dean, Dick Dickerson, Henry Enlow, L B
Forshee, S H Henderson, James R. Jack
son, Joe Jordon, Gone Jackson, William
Reunie, N W Lane, Pink McCallister,
James B McD iwel, Geo B Morris C P Mar
tin, Charles Mullen, Stcaphen A Potter,
Lirdine Paul, Richard Parker (2), Joseph
Phillips, Charles Poacher, John Scott, W
Taylor, Cornelius F. Titus, J M. Temple, S
U VanNort, John Vaughn, William Wil
son, Abo Wright.
Persons calling for tho above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Muuput, Postmaster.
Malnrin is caused by Torpid Liver;
Piles by CoiiHtipatiouj neadncha by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using thu great
vegetable remedy, Allen's Bilious Physio
25 cunts, At all druggists. 7
II IT M 0 It S,
Itching and Burn
ing Tortures, Hu
tions, such as
SALT lUIEl'M or Kczi ma, I'iorlnxl, Scald Fl.-ad,
Infantile or Illrtli llarunra. and hvitv IV. rm nf
Itr.hinif, Scnlv, I'inii ly, Scrofmou, Iulmrited. Con
tagious, and Copper-colored dlx-avca of the Itlood,
Hkin, and Heme, with I.oa of Hair, aru poKltlvely
cured by the I i ru t. ha t-(KiiiM.
C'lTK I.UA liKIDLVKNT. tllH Hew blood lillrllllT.
c Cannes the blood and perspliutlon of mpurlt es
and poisonous elements, and thus lemmcs the
I i-Tieciu. the great kiu Cure, Instantly allays
Itching and Inflammation, clears tho Hkln and
Scalp, heals t icerg and Sores and restores the hair,
( LTD t'KA SoAI'. IIIWvri.lli.nl KUIn ll...ii, (llr .ml
Toilet It (julsite. prepared from Ctitlctira Is Indli-
lensan e in treating hkln Ill-eases, Jlnhy Humors,
bklu lUunuhc. Hough, flapped or Oily Skin.
only real lilooil I'ur tiers ami Slcin hiiuntiili.ta frA
from me'cury. arsitic, lead, zinc, or any other
mineral or vegetable poison whatsoever.
It would require t' is entire paper to do ju-tiec
to a fliiscrii.tionof the enres peiformed by tiiel'utl
cura Insolvent Internally, and C'utlc.tira and ( ui
cura lle-olvent Inti-rnally, and Cuticura and full
cura Soap ex'cn.allv.
hrxEMA ul tbe palms nl the hands and of tho ends
of the fingers, very difficult to treat and usually
cons dered incurable; small patches of tetfr and
salt rheum of the ears, nose, and sides of the face.
Scalled IIkau w th loss of Hnirwllhont num
ber, heads covered with Dandruff and scaly ernp
tinr s. especially of children and Infants, ninny of
whichsmcehirlh had been a ma" of scabs;
Itc III no, burning and si nly tortures that bullied
even re.if from ordiuary remedies, soothed and
healed as ny rna.'.c ;
PioitiASK I.eproy, andjothrr frightful forms of
skin disea-es, srrofulona ulcers, old sores, and dls
chnrilng wounds, each and all of whicti have been
speed il v. permanently and economically cared by
tbe Cntii ura Remedies.
Sold everywhere, price: Cutlcnra. SO cents; K
solvent. $1 10; S ap. 2") cents. Potteii Dkio anu
Chemicai. to , Bos tor, Mass.
Send for "Huw to (Jure kin Diseases. "
COMPLETE TREATMENT 81
A finsl-i dose of -Mnfurd s Radical Care in-tnntly
renews tnmvist violent Sneezing or Head Cold-,
e'ears the lied as by tuaic, stops watery dis
charges from tiu N"oe and Kycs. prevents Kingins
' i-K in tt.e ll-ad. cures Mervotn H'-adache, anc
s ilidues ( liil.s and Kever. In Chronic Caiarrh It
ci'atses the r.al psssages of ftml mucus, restores
Ti? ter.-cs r.f smell, taste. bd bearing when af-
f'cteil. fr-- the head, throat, and bronchial
tub.-" of o;fns:ve matter, sweHens and (art fie
the breft'h. ro- the cough and arrests the pro-
cri-s. 01 (.i'n.rrn towards (.unsnmptlon.
Onetnttie Ka-liral Cure, one box Cdt-rrhsl Sol
vest and Mnf.-rd'- I. hV.er. a 1 in one p ckak'e, of
vl dr.jjis's fcr 1. Ak tor SaTohd Radical
Ccbb Pottek Dr:to ANDlsr.it Co.. Hcston
1 in s Voltaic tlectric Plas
Insiu'ly affects theNerr
ous System and nrntsnes
n. A pfc fect. Electric Bat
terv combined with a Porous
u 111a ui p aster Tor -i cents, it ann
o A lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
SaFfUilfl tlili Worn Ont Parts, strei ethen
Ui m .Woruie. preven's D seise, acii does more in
tno-na.i rhe time tnan any other plaster in the
witu. .-io.u every waere.
617 St. Charles St, ST. L0HS, M0.
sarnlar Crarlnat. nf two medical
i. n.u Desn lomrei ensaged In thetrent-
rr.ftitofL'lironie.Nervous, Hkin and
Uloo.l Diseases than any other physician In
tt. Louis, as city papers show and all old rl
d.'iiti know. Consultation at office or bv mall,
free ami Invited. A friendly talk or (ill opinion
eoats nothing. When it Is Inconvenient toy lilt
the city lor treatment, medicines can be sent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable case)
guaranteed; where doubt exlatj it U frankly
stated. Call or Write,
yeryon Prostration, Debility, gsntal ami
Physical Weakness, Hsrcarial and otter
iflfftlnnnof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blnnd
Impurltlss and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions. Old Sores a id rifsn. Impediments, to
Marriag. Rhsnmatism, Piles:. Special at
tention t tassa front over-worked brain.
srKftlCAL CASES recelva special attention.
Disease arising from Imprudences, Fi cusses,
Indulgences or Eiposurel,
It U self-evident that ft pllvsici.in paving
particular attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, and physicians In regular practice
ail over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to the oldest oiltee In Amerl
vj. where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and tile proved uno.l rommlien of all
aces and countries are used, A whole house 19
me.! for olllce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. On ac
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is le
nianoed brothers. If you secure the skill and
get a speedy and perfect lite cure, that Is the
Important mutter. Pamphlet, M pages. Sent
to any address free.
imnniirp nninr i
PLATES, (ITlJinniAUL UUIULi PAGES
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for M
cents in postageor currency. Over tftly won.
ilertiil pen piciures, true tollfe. articles on tlie
foilowing subjects: Who may marry V who not:
wiivV Proper age to marrv, Who marry first.
Manhood. Woiuaiiliond. Physical decay. Who
should marrv. How life and "happiness mav be
Increased. Those married or eontemplatlng
marrying should read It. It ought to lie rend
bv ail adult persons, then kept under lock and
kev, Popular edition. snitia as above, but paper
cover and M pages, ib cunts by mall, lu money
31! S. Clark St, Ojip. Court House, CKICAG3.
A rririlnrBTScluato. J-Tho Oldest sltieelultst
in dm Uioieil States, whose i.ii'i; lono kxi'kiiiknci:,
perfect lueiiuid and puin uiudieme luanrii Hi'KKIiY
and pkiimasknt cunr.s of all Private, chronic nnd
.Nervous OlW'SseH. All net ions of t lie lilooil, Mil 1 11 .
Hldiii'V. Hliulder, F.r.iotlnns, ( leers,
Mores, stuM-ninu of thu Olunila, More Monlli,
Thioul, Itiiiin Piiina, perinnnuutly oured and
eradicated irum tho ayatoin fur lit u.
ilCia I U 'iJO Losse.s.Stx'ii.ii D-ro,, Uciifdf
and i'iilciet Wtvtltnrs, Mfttiliug Sli'mnry,
Wmle Kijrs, Stunted Di wlnptiioit, Jmpitli
nu iils to Mitrriaiif, nic, fromextviues or mi y
fXiiisc, ojjcttii, mifrlji and prtvatrly L'umL
Vioing, AIJilill,.- Vged and Old men, and all
sim need meilieal skill and extierlenee, onnsult
Dr. llaie at oncn. His opinion oosi s nolliing, and may
save future misery and shame. When Inuonvnnient
toviait the oily for treatment, mcdlcinesosn he sent
everrnhuro by mail or siprnss free, from oltarr
viillou. AJ-ltissclf-evuluntthsta tilivsicisn wlio
gives ins wlio! attention tn a elans of diansses lit
tulus iirx.it skill, and physicians throughout the
oonuiry, knowim: t Ins, f rxipirnt Iv rocoinmenil dilHcult
ohd to tin. OlilesC stiMisilullst, by wlioin every
known gnml remedy i uwol. J-Dr. Hate s
Ann and t:xierlinva mslm his opinion nf su
preme. Iin.mrimii.n. ,r I'hnss wlio esll see no
one but the llnotor, Cnnsnltatinnsfrftnandsncrefll
onnll.lenilul, Csseawhlnli have failed Innlitsining
relief elsewhere, especially noiiciteil. Knmslo Dis
eases treat ml. Call or write. Honrs, from 0 to 4
to H fiumlnys, t to 14. UU1UH 1U 11KAI.TU
UiHti'iith. Address as above.
m a as m
Hi- P AT
Hwlfl'i" Speclllc, in nntinily a vuziMalila
tlon.ar.d Mmtild not lio conloiiniled with thu va
lloim lubmllntfta, lmitiilioi . noii Ki crut huinliuuii.
'Succna Allrraua,'' ete., He, whWh am now be
ing niitnuructiireil by vxrlnii:. piimonn. .Niuio of
cue con 'Hi ii a mimic arlKlu ulilili vii'itk Inlo the
composition of . H. S. Theni Is only ouo Swift'g
Speclllc, and Micro l i othiiiK In 1'iu world like- It.
To prevent iliMsstrr utid disappoint men t, bo sura to
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I). O. C. llBNitv, M.D., Atlanta, (ia.
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ruhlsted all sons of Iruntment. Thu Snneltlr. t.
lieved her Bermiiuentlv, and I shall nso It In niy
t. mantis.. ,1- I. ,.
I'lavui-v-, , r.. I.KO.NTr, M. I'.,
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In Ix) I came from tho North tolakn rhari'n nf
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without pain. In fifteen days after this I was np
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be a th.
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