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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 5, 1884.
or the Cure of Coughs, Colds
loarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
nza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-
inicnt Consumption and for the re-
lcf of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
jy all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
ealth and Jappiness.
9 DO AS OTHERS
O&OVF J HAVE DONE.
re your Kidneys disordered?
re, alterlh.d I n Vlv'n uii by 13 lieat ih.et"ri in
Kuinr-r irx uruiK'( rut rrotn my iriavt.. a u
M. W. lAVcruui, Mechanic, iolila, Mien.
Are vour nerves weak?
Kl'luey Wrt cured me from nrtont v.,alrneit
run was .tpe.tr.1 to ll Mr N. at. U.
xlwin,Cd. (,'Anstiua Jmillwr Cleftuuid.O.
ave you Bricrht's Disease?
Kl'lney v.,r-i rurwl mehen my waU-r waajual
j chalk aud tutu like Li -id."
Prank Wilaun, Peabody, Maa.
. Suffering from Diabetes ?
Kiln-fj-Wort I'lue ino.t ti'te.f'iil reineir 1 have
r Uaud. Give fclmoH tfriii'i-ftlat r lltt."
It. l'liiillp C Jiailuu, Ruultum, Vt
ave you Liver Complaint?
MHi-y-nri rureu mo oi enrome iver irueuct
sf 1 Iir-atfeO t die."
flcitry Ward, late C.J. Vth Sat. Guard, S. T.
your Back lame and achintr?
Kldney-Wort. tl h-ttlti tun-d two wtieu 1 wiwao
Uo I had tu Icil ":t i.f
J. M. Tuliiuatff, Milwaukee, wis.
ave you Kidney Disease?
tCl'Ui'-y-V, .irt made rue t...u:,-i in 11 v. r ail k .lxi-re
t ye.ir. '-r urut'it-rt-nnui '".ei'.rti:.?. lit Kuno
a U.i." Saui 1 liixl,:'-, Wiiiuua.iitr.tri, iU-st Vil
Are you Constipated?
Jtldnty-Won rati. e-t-v cta'-atMii.t aud cured
allcr. It Jt-UTa U' f.f uflirr m-de "
Iti-laon l.n.LiiJ, si. Altaic, Vt
ITave you Malaria?
KI'Ik t v, . rt h ui 1 mm tt.-r t. u ar.y other
.cU I hate ttr uti lit mv jiiii :lr..."
I'l. 1L K. Clark, bjutu Hero, Vt.
Are you Bilious?
Kl.hvr w.,rt donnm iwra g od than any
ur ix-wtair 1 I. .ve v r im. ti
Mia. J. T. l.aUo ay, Elk Hat. C're.-un.
re you tormented with Piles?
MiItut on Jfrvutnmlln etirf't l.e t.r Mceuo;.'
a lir.'W I', kl.w r miiih.'I' ! tl to m-."
U. H'.rM, i ah.tr U. Lhoji, a yerttwo., Pa.
re you Rheumatism racked?
kitlD v Wtjrt cur ! in.-, atur 1 riw i. u up to
by (.liJllCtaNi ahd 1 hid utf.-n '1 tlnrl vtari."
Libriums Kmcoiuj, Wi.l blu, Maine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
KidwT.Wtirt find ui" of ifullar trouol'- nf
rai yiara tin-ll"k'. Many fneni'.n 1 rinue
itta U. Lamorubux, llu La aIAU', V U
you -would Banish Disease
and gain Health, Tako
The Blood Cleanser.
. Solids Never Sung.
low (loca thnt verso ruu ? Sum-thing
this, laQ t It i
TUcrtf brt- who touch the huric nrlm.
Ami noiv fame arc umiid t win ibtm ;
Aim1 I f.r ili.iKi! never flUi.'.
Uut die with all tbetr kiubic iu tbt-m '
'i'm flint' lifnnii'iil. mthi'tic and
,"siid your repa-SL-nt'itive. "The pcet
lea to people who are souuh'JW sup--i-ii,
suit never g'rt tla-ir full allowance
i)'Hr.d air. Which reminds tne of"
r shown me the other il iy by Ui-cox &
nf '..tv Y.irlf si 'ncil liv Mr. E. G.
limn?, of Cinpmnn, Suydi-r county, Pi.,
iniinerit tjiisiness nnn 01 inai piutu.
I liiivp suffered with astlinu for over
wears, and had a terrihle attack 111
:,.mbrr atiil Junuarv. lSsS. 1 liar J ly
-.v what prompted me to take Parker's
ic- I did so, and tne nr.st tiny i wok
dOM-s. Thectf-ct aitonidhed me. That
it I sli'nt nit f notion! was the matter
i mo nn.l tinvn I'VtT sitif-C. I have had
is since, but no asthma. My breathing
)w as perfect as it l nmi never miou
disease. If you know of any one who
at!mia tell him in my name that Park-
Toxic will cure it even after forty
ti. There was a man wno escapeu iue
of those the noet laments.
his preparntii'D, which lias heretofore
i known as Parker's Gixoer Tonic,
hereafter be advertised and sold under
name ot Parker's Toxic. Inasmueh
min.r ia rmillv 1111 II tl i til Ot Iftatlt illLTedl-
,.UfeV.i ...... J " I ----- c
and unpricipled dealers are constantly
thflr ctistomeis bv substituting
rior preparations under the name of
L,'er, wc drop the misleading woro.
here is uo change, however, in the
iiml nil buttles retiiaininc
ho hands ol dealers, wrapped under
nmicof Parkers Uixokr ionic con
the genuine medicine if the facsimile
nitiire of Hiscox & Co. is at the bottom
he outside wrapper.
i poroui planter Is
ilult-lT th best ercr
E.', combinintf tUu
uofl cf hps vita
ll LMinaiiU al v -
.. 14 i In wnnifnpfitl In rtii ln it tan i.iai wfnitsl
T piasters Bimjuj rti.rTo. tricn in me iwwn tua
kr. l'a:n In tho ii I-1 or Limbs, Btiil Juint.i and Mu-wlcf,
ih'T TrouMos, Kheuniatism, Nouralia, Boro Chest,
...1-,-.. .1... tTA.a. a,l t in twl nit a A.
ny part cured liirtantir by tho Jop Waster, I T Try
Mailed oa receipt of prle. Sold by
all dniiTTitf ft:id country storua.
Hop Planter Company,
rroprleto-H, Boston. Muss.
TForcontiriatiun, lotd of unrx'te andi..nftosof tha
TTln tako lifiwioy'H Hromann ana T.tvrr nil'. iCotit
(WEAK, UNDEVELOPED iPARTS
l.l. SI KI.MniKM'.O." Kit-.. Innn Inh-rfKii.iit
nit' run 111 imii
Ik r. i.lt
In 1 tins wo mil nay ttiut. ttit-rtMnMiviilf ncii tit lunn
lit nhniii I ti ia. (in tho rnnmiry. tliontlviTtiHiTHnro
TtTir lunhiy in.lcr-rd. iim-refti'il P'Tiuis iiiiiv"
m'a t'd firi-iu.irs Litimriil ip;irl 1011 mrft tiv nililirsn
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
:N TEIIEI) AT TUB CAIBO P08T0FFICK FOR
rKANeMIBHIOS TIIKOL'UU TUB MAILS AT
BKCOND CLAB8 KATKB. .
A trio of negroes held forth with
banj is and guitbrs at the Tenth street
stand last night, entertaining a consider
Persons desiring to become members
f the Charity Society can do so by signing
the constitution and by-laws, and paying
The work of raising the Illinois Cen
tral tracks proceeds rapidly. The gravel used
is well mixed with clay, and will resist the
action of waves better than the pure peb
bles. The old fashioned circus; the circus ef
our youthful days; the best ef all circus
ring performances, will be found under
canvas to-day near the Oas house. The
menagery is good, but the ring is what the
people want and here they find it.
Anna Farmer: "Wo understand that
a telephone company is arranging to stretch
a line that will connect Carbondale, Ma
kanda, Cobden, Anna, Jonesboro, Murphys
boro and Cairo. The right of way through
Union County was granted tho Company
ast Monday by the Board of Comtnission-
rs. This will be a handy arrangement,
and, we believe, will pay. While at Belle
ville, last FiiJay we canverscd with a
friend at C dlinsville, twenty-two miles dis
tant." Majir Jese Clinkle is announced this
morning as a candidate for alderman in the
Secmd ward. Us h is filled the office for
four years now to the entire satisfaction of
his enlistments, so far as we know. He hris
watched for the needs of bis ward and made
hem known to the Council generally with
desired results. On the committees he did
g.iod work, nearly always in attendance at
all the meetings. His votes upon matters
hat concerned the city at large have been
generally wise he has shown himself te
be a sale and valuable man in the public
coui.ci'.s. His omstineuts will, of course,
consider all these things in deciding be-
tweru his and his opponents.
S. Jiio half a d'.zen amendments to the
national constitution are being called for,
each one cluuipioned by particular interests
or elements. A certain class of religionists
have I0113 wanted "God recognized in tfae
constitution, and desire an amendment
that will distinctly state the dependence of
the notion on Him. The prohibitionists
want a constitutional amendment that will
forever prohibit the manufacture sale or
importation of all intoxicating liquors iu
tlie United States. The woman suffragists
wish the word male to be elinimated from
all laws bearing on the franchise. Less
numerous than the several factions making
these demands, but cot less important in
proportion to their numbers, are the classes
who severely wish the constitution amended
making the presidential election to be de'
termined by the whole people instead of
an electoral college; giving Congress the
power to make national marriage and
divorce laws; making gold the only legal
tender, and funding the national debt at
a perpetual interest of three per cent.
A short timo since Tub Bulletin
mentioned the fact that Smith, of the John
son County Journal, was being persecuted
by Marion Jones, of Vienna, because the
former had charged the latter with wrong
fully withholding some of the county's
money. After quoting this apparently in
nocent little item from The Bulletin the
Vienna Times cautions us as follows: "We
b'' leave to caution The Bulletin to
beware how it quotes .from the Johnson
County Journal, lest it may have a libel
suit on its hands." And then the Times.
states that while Jones was made to pay
over $150 because of "clerical mistakes and
omissions," the County Board paid him
buck 1 130 after everything was cleared up
So that, according to the Times' statement,
Jones was guilty only of a few "clerical
mistakes and omissions," which the Times
seems to justify on the ground that, in the
end, Jones alone was the loser. 'Tis well
The Times may be the champion of inno
cence wronged; Jones an angel of light, aud
Smith a villainous defamer; but the Times'
gentle hint about libel suits and things
against The Bulletin doesn't iuspire one
with so very much awe in face of the fact
that the Journal has so far escaped the
wrath ot the entirely innocent victim of its
The delegates that will compose the
County Convention at tho Court House to
day, should bear in mind the important
fact that they were selected with the ex
press understanding by their constituents,
that they should appoint delegates to the
Congressional Convention above all others.
In every precinct in the county and city
the issue was made upon the delegates to
the Congressional Convention alone, leaving
those for the State and Senatorial merely
incidental matters. The choice in every
precinct was Capt. Thomas, and delegates
were seluctud by the sovereigns with spe
cial, if not exclusive, reference to their dis
position toward him. If, therefore, the
convention to day fails to elect delegates to
the Congressional Convention and iustiuct
them for Capt. Thomas, they will be re
miss in their duty toward tho people who
sent them here; they will be guilty of al
most criminal disobedience in a matter
which they were charged to do abovo all
others. To say that another convention
baa been called to select delegates to the
Congressional and Senatorial Conventions
is a mere quibble is not true at all.
There is no such a .call there was none
issued by the County Republican Central
Committee. There was a call issued, re
questing that the Republican voters meet
in their precincts on the 17th of May, to
select delegates to a second county conven
tion to be held on the 24th of May. But
this call was not issued by the County Cen
tral Committee; it was issued by a body of
men who had no more right to issue it
than we had. It was the result of a secret
caucus of two or three of the anti-Thomas
members of the committee, and was
adopted as issued by a body of men acting
as the County Central Committee who were
not, never were and probably never could
be, members of it men whose only claim
to membership in the committee were ver
bal appointments by the Chairman, which
that official had no authority, cither in
Parliamentary law or good souse, to make.
To heed this call in any way, or to any
extent, either to-day or on the 17th ef May,
would be to endorse the most glaring of
frauds sgainst party government and to set
a precedent that would give the chairman
of a central committee the power of a mon
archical dictator in all that pertains to lo
cal party management. The respectable
element in the Republican party of this
county can not aff ird to sanction, even in
the most indirect manner, so bold a fraud
as that underlying this pretended "call" for
a second county convention. This consid
eration alone, to say nothing of the needless
waste of time, moooy and the additional
trouble a second convention would cause
the peoplt nor of the purely selfish pur
poses of those who have issued the "call,"
should induce the convention to-day to en
tirely ignore this piece of iniquity and to
refuse to fall into the trap so bunglingly
Bet for them.
'SLUGS'' OF I1UVIOR.
The involution of the editor From ears
"Ad nausenm" A patent medicine
"Ars longa, vita brevis" Cut it short
and write on but one side of the paper.
Stomach (slang for hades) A place of
Nice fresh butter A festive "William'
goat at a political "primary."
Who said Corporal Billet Scott was
against a high "tar"-ifF and all "wool"-en
Sayings of Corporal Scott. From the
Good style is good sense, good health,
good enemy and good will, but a bottle of
L)r. bull s Cough Syrup is a good benefac
tion that su tiering humanity baa already
learned to appreciate.
W. F. Lambdix, river editor ol rai Bit-ibtik
and ateamboat paeseneer agent. Order, for all
kinda of ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower'a European Hotel. No. "t Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 4G feet G inch and fall
ing. Chattanooga, April 4. River 9 feet 11
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, April 4. River 30 feet 1
inch and falling.
Louisville, April 4. River 11 feet
0 inches and falling.
Nashville, April 4 River 13 ft 5 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, April 4. River 12 feet 6 inch
es and rising.
St Louis, April 4. RiverJ 25 ft 7 inch
es and rising.
The New Orleans arrived here yesterday
morning at 7 :30. She was needing at least
1,000 tons of freight to give her a lull load.
Added 300 tons and left last night for New
The Mary Houston got off for New Or
leans at 10 a. m. yesterday. She had about
1,200 tons of freight.
The tow-boat Storm, overdue here, ia re
ported stranded at the head ot Island 10,
with two bfirges of lumber, and the little
steamer Good Intent, which is on her way
to Owensboro, where she will enter the
trade from Owensboro to Rockport, as a
daily packet. Capt. James, her owner, is
here waiting to meet her.
The Red Cross Association has a large
lot of supplies here waiting shipment south
for the flood sufferers.
The City of Helena from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night.
Yesterday was a lovely day, but business
was dull on the wharf as well as in the
The Iron Mountain Railroad did not send
out any trains Thursday night, but will
likely start one to-night.
-' The Andy Baum from Cincinnati is duo
this evening for Memphis. W. F. Lamb
din, Passenger Agt., will furnish tickets at
Tho Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis will re
port here to-morrow night enroute for Cin
The Thos. Sherlock from New Orleans is
due to-morrow for Cincinnati.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor, formerly of the
Will S. Hays, arrived hero in command of
the little U. S. mail packet Ida Lee, which
recently run up the Arkansas river. He
stopped for coal, but when he found he
would have to pay wharfage let go and
passed on up the Ohio.
The J. H.IIillman from Nashville is due
this morning, and will turn back as soon es
she transacts her business, which will not
coDBuma but ahttle time.
The Wyoming is tho next O. liner due
for New Orleans, and will report here to
morrow night or Monday morning.
The Hudson is due to-night for St. Louis.
Get your tickets from W. F. Lambdin,
The Arkansas City is due to-night for St.
The Ohio is still falling, and the river
will be in condition Monday or Tuesday to
let the siepe water out.
The Commonwealth leaves St. Leuis this
evening for Vicksburg.
Mr. Jim Johnson, engineer, left for St.
Louis last night, where he will join the
Ella Kimbrough, which leaves St. Louis
next Tuesday for the Osage liver. John
Hill, clerk of the Kimbrough, accompanied
For Sale A walnut oval front show
case, $7, at The Bulletin office.
A Rati Mistake.
The great Indian reformer, Lcshub
Chundur Sen, whose death is an
nounced, was ia London some years
ago, und was very considerably lion
izod. Ho must have U-uu a man of
witlo sympathies, for he was to be met
with in tho churches and chapels of
many persuasions. To the Tcmplo
Church ho was a very frequent visitor,
and there was a story tola about him
and some brother missionaries (all
rueu of color), who were very much
surprised at tho welcome they received
from the master of the Temple. Dr.
Vaughan had asked many guests to
meet them. The guests came, but tho
missionaries wru unaccountably late.
Dr. Vaughan, thinking there might bo
some mistake, went to bis own hall
door to see if they might be wandering
round the precincts of' the church. Ho
could see nothing of them, lie asked
one of his servants whether any other
guests had arrived. '-Only (said tho
servant) a lot of Christy minstrels who
wanted very hard to come in, but I
managed to get them away iu-good
Mr. E. C. Robertson, Carthage, Mo.,
states: "I used St. Jacobs Oil for rheuma
tism in try knee joint, and was greatly re
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIKIKO C.NCALLED
FOR IS THE POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL,
SATURDAY, APRI 5, 188-1.
Maria Bouronscourt, Alice Brown, C
Bushsier, Rydal Cain, Mary Cheatam
Mury Cuhl, Leo Courtney, Carrie E Cran
dall, Amy Cox, Alico Calhoon, Pollie Daw
son, Ada Derr, Harriett Everett, Allice
Eavans, Addie Edwards, Jenney Grear,
Anna Gordon, Mrs Fester, Manda Hannah,
Masgie C Hadley, Emley Hughes (3),
Charity Herrett, Minna Johnson, Lucinda
Jackson, Josie Jones, El Jahren, Catheron
Jordon, Maggie Malheids, Mary Mullum,
Laura Moyers, Emma Mathews, Fannis
McBeason, Clara Murphy, Annie McNea
ley, Abbie Moncel, Vlnnie Porter, Maria
Prater, Sarah Turner (3), Mollie Upshon,
Rena Whitlock, Fannie Williams, Char
Douglas Anderson, Owen Armstrong,
Wm Brumner, Grunda Bryant, Charles
Ballow, Henry Butler, Saml B Culbertson
2, M irt J Compton, David Ceif, Joe Cobb,
Clark Cobb 2, II Daltor, Pate Gildon, Jas
Gore 2, Wm Hurte 2, Muse Hollsns, M C.
Hernim, Harrey F Hewes, Albert Harton,
Clarance Johnson, W V Lindsey, L Law
sou, Johu LoeoD, Wm Miller, Charley
Osier, G Pennertio, Thomas Richardson,
Geo Rodgers, C Riddlesfug, W R Stoddard,
William Smith, J Stanley, J Stephens, John
Stanley, J M Scurlock, J Stephens, Caligh
Sherman, C II Smith, Andrew Stanger, R
M Thompson, Charley Tursley, Jno Free,
Geo Tursley, Charles Taylor, Jno Walters.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Morpht, Postmaster.
A terrible feature of rheumatism and
neuralgia is their tendency toward the
heart. In this stage, patients are generally
given up; but Athlophoms seems to be mas
ter of these diseases even after they have
assumed that dangerous form. Mr. Alex
ander Pelcher, New Haven, Conn., after
writing about his own wonderful cure by
Athlophoms, says: "I recommended it to
a man the doctors gave up to die with
rheumatism of the heart, and it cured
The most delicato persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
micKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, 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 sale by Barclay
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St, Cairo, 111.
Pf Good Stock and Prices Reaonable..aH
fur evt-ry form of
SKIN AND BLOOD
fi in pica to Scrofula.
MM) CI KANSE TIU SK N, tscalji and Blood of
J- Itching, Hca'y, Pimply, Copper Colored, Hero
fiilou, Inherited, and Coutulous Humor, Mood
Pnl'ona llt-em, Alucesne. ntnl lufantlltt -kla Tur
turiK, the C'UTinritA Hiukdikii ara lnfulllhle.
Cltuciia Rehiii.vknt, the uew lliood Purifier,
Diur -tic. and Aperient, expel disease gar mi from
the blood and perepiration. aud thun remove be
cause. ('Dtlrtira, tho ceat Mtm Cure, Instantly
allays Itching aud IutlitmniMlon, clear, the tikin
and ttralp, heal Ulcers aud Hores. restore the
complexion, tutirur. Hoap, ail exquisite Skin
IkautiUerand Toilet Keqmnlte, la lu'iiapenealilo
In treat I in .kin dlauH.ea. and for ronih. rhatiDcd.
or Krea.y .kin, blackhead., blotches, and hahy
humors, t'utlcura Itn.cdii!- are the only iuftillllilo
iiiuuii puruier. nuu UK in tieimtiner..
ClIAM. IIol'liHToS. KiU . Ihwvit. ZS Mum Mtrei't.
Boiton, report a cane of Salt Kh"nm tinder hi.
ob'iTvation for ten years, which covt-retl tho pa
tient's body and limbs, and to which all known
mitthod of treatment had been applied without
hum Hi, which wa. completely cared solely by the
Cutlcura Remedies, leaving a clean aud healthy
Mr. ash Mitrt. Kv KltHTP KTltnitiv. ItttlrhMra.
town, Manx., write: "Our little buy wai terribly
.mut...i urov. un...ri,ia u.,i. m.A.,.n l-..,ui
autit.t "ft w turn, unit itiivuiit, uu i.ijpitin"
la ever .lnce ho wa. horn, and nottiinir we could
Kive nt-ipeu mm uiuti we ineu iviiucura ui-mcaiep,
which eraduallr cured him. until he is a. fair a.
H. K. Cakpentkb, UeudurBon, N. Y., cured of
Psoriauls or Leprosy, of twenty year., .tandlnu,
by Cutlcura Hemi'diea. The most wonderful cure
n record. A clustpiiuttil or scale Tom him dally.
Physic;ans and his friends thought be must d e.
Cure sworn to before a justice nf the peace and
iienaersou most prominent citizens
Mitt. H K. WlfilMM.K. Dt'i'itlnr. Ill . uritfti that
her face, head, and some pa ts of her liotlv were
a'mnLraw. Head covered with scab, an1! sores,
SulTtred fearMilly and tried everything. Perma
nently rured by tho Cutlcura Remedies from a
. Sold everywhere. Price: Cuttonra. SO cents; It a
solvent, tl 10; S ap, 25 cents . Potteb Llitco and
C'llEMit'AL Co., Ronton, Mass.
Send for "How to euro .skin Disease.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
The Great Balsamic Distillation of
Wi'cli-Hiizel American Pine, Cana
dian Fir, l!a igold, Clover
For the Immediate Re'lefand Permanent Cn'e of
very form of ''atarrh, fr m a Si mule Head told or
until n.a to the Loss 01 smell, I iste, sum Hearing,
t'mirh, H'ouchitiit, and Incipient Consiiiniitioti.
Keller in Ave minute. In any and ever case. rotn
luiillkeit. (i ateful, fragrant, wholxsome Cure
begin, from llrst application, and is rapid, radical,
pe tnaneut. ami never laillhg ,
One hottle Radical Cure, one box Caiharral Sol
vent and Kanford's Inhaler, all in one pnekaee.
forming a complete treatment, or all druggist- rr
(1 sk for Ssnford g Radical Cure. Potteh
Dnr and ('iiKxic-AL Co., Boston,
Coliin . Voltaic Electric Plas
ter lnstiiatly uflects the Nerv
ous System aud binishe.
Hain. A pe feet Electric But
tery combined with a Porous
P, lister for i'lcts. I' annihi
IS TOE CUT
late. Pain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out Parts, slrei uthens
'li ed Mui-cles. prevents D .etise. and doea moie in
unc-hall the time than any other plaster in the
worm. noio. everywhere.
I CfJ "ltVti OUTOF ORDER.
1 30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
FOR SALE BY
11. teg.ili& Co., Cairo, 111
FLOUR, GKAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Whnas debility, exhanstcd
powers, prematura dt-rny
and failure to perform lllo'.
dude properly ara oausvd by
xvawiea, trrors of youth, (.,
will find a iwrfeot and lasting
restoration to robust kcnliC
(ndvlforoiia manhood In
THE rf A PISTON BOLUS.
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