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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,!
Hoarseness, Ilronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-i
cipicnt Consumption aiurfor the re-l
lief of consumptive arsons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale I
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
TORPID BOWPI c
From theae sources arue tbn e fonrths of
the dlacaaM of the buumn 100. Xh Je
sympujiunJiHlicaW their exigence : L,, ol
Appetite, UoweU to.tlve, hick Iliad.
camion of boily or inluil, bacUliun
of food, Irritability or temper, Low
spirit, A log of having neglected
souie doty, IMiii.iem, r lutlcrln at the
Heart, iti before the e e.. hiuhly col
ored trine, t'OXNTlFAllo.vr and do
ioand the use ofa remedy that acts directly
2,n,lh.,,I',1V()r- As a Liver medicine Tl'TT'S
PILIJI have, no cjual. Their action on tho
hl lneye and Skin is also prompt; removing
all Impurities through these three ttav.
camera of the ayaUm," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, rt-Kular ntrd.t, a clear
sklnand a vigorous IhxIv. Tl'TT'S PILLS
1? nausea or ffrtrdnif nor interlero
1th dally work and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TIE FEELS EIKi: A SLff MAW.
1 lal Iysi.rpgin, wttb Constipa
tion, two yearn, and liuve trid ten different
kinds of pills, uud TCTT'S are the first
that have done mo any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite ia
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural pusxaifeg. 1 f, like a new
man." W. I). EMVARD9, I'almyra, O.
fc)MeverTwhere,2,V. Oft.,! MurraySt.,N T
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair on Whisker chanced in
Htantly to a .Jj8Sy P.lack by a single an.
plication of tlila Oye. Sold by DruggiBts.
or bent by txpi on receipt of 1 1.
Oflleo, 44 Murruy Street, New York
TMTT'S MANUAL OF UScFU RECEIPTS mi.
in' inn a a II II
The only known tpuific for IJplleptlc Flls.ta
j-AJo for Spasms and Falling bickncM."
Nervous Weakness quickly relieved and cured.
Equalled by none ia delirium of fever.-
4rNcutralixes germs of disease and sickness.
Cure ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens slukEieh circulation.
Eliminates Bolls, Carbnncles and Scalds.-fca
rPennanmtly and promptly cures paralysis.
Yes, Ills a charming and healthful Aperient.
Ellis Scrofula and Rings Evil, twin brothers.
Chances bad breath to good, removing caue.
tVIiouU biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxstive.-SS
It drives Sick Headache like the wind.- a
rSrCoDtalns no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing it."S
Restores life-giving properties to the blood. t
Is rrnaranteed to cure ali nervous disorders."
( tyKeliabl when all opiates fail.
Refreshes the mind and Invigorates the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded. a
EtyEndorsed In writing by over fifty thousand
cadlng physicians in U. S. and Furope.
leading clergymen In U. 8. and Europe.-
Diseases of the blood own It a conmicror.'ia
For sals by all leading druggists, fl.ki.-
Tot testimonials and clrculurs send stamp.
The Dr. S. 1. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Ct. TCBrH, (tit
I.orJ, Stoutenburh Jt Co., A'ts , Cuicaeo, M.
Liver and Kidney Remedy,
Compounded from the well known
Curatives Hons, Molt, Burliu, Man
drake, Dandelion, Barsaparllla, Las
cara Sacrrada, etc., combined with an
agreeable Aromatic Klixir.
ITYEUnEUYSPEPSIi & INBIGESTiON.
Act anon the Liver and Kidneys,
. X p .
HEQULATE TUB BOWELS,
They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
nary troubles, mey mviporate,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Nervous System.
As a Tonlo they hava no Equal.
jane nono DUt Hops and Molt UlUurs.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth Street I Puivst 111
Commercial Avennur IvttUU, 111
v aa mat bb m. -aaaaaw.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY
KNTKKKD AT THB CAIRO P08TOVPICB OB
rKANHMISHIOH TUROLOH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATKB.
A grumbler says there is ,one thing
which cau always bo found, ami that is
Extension and centre tables, tohling
lounge, cooking Btove and everyihiuf per
taining to housekeeping, at auctioo ten
o'clock to-day on Tenth Street.
When a man is so stingy as to borrow
a uewfpiptr when he is able to buy, be
will talk through his nose to save the wear
ing out his teeth.
Call and examine a splendid line of
Easter cards at Coleman's. It
The man who professes to hold news
papers in contempt is the first one to look
in the morning journal to see if his arrival
has been chronicled.
Men's low cut button shoes reduced
from $2.50 to ft. GO. Great closing sale.
9 3t Hatthoun & Sloo.
Yesterday afternoon Magistrate Com
ings joined in marriage Mr.Siniuel Stevens,
of Mississippi County, Mo., and Miss Sarah
Lindsey, of Bird's Point, M )., both white.
Look for the red fltg on 10th Street,
between Commercial and Washington, 10
o'clock to-day. Auction sale of furniture,
Sunday morning about 10 o'clock fire
broke out in the flue of a house on Fifteenth
street back of Walnut street. During the
excitement caused by the discovery of the
tire a negro girl, one of the occupants of
the bouse, ran out and fell from the walk
into the ipewt' r in the yard. She came up
under the sidewalk and it was with some
difficulty that she was rescued more dead
tlmn alive. The fire did not amount to
Easter cards ia all styles and prices
that cannot fail to please everyone, at Cole
Three unusually tall men came down
on the Illinois Cealral train and stopped at
The Halliday yesterday morning. Two of
them were seven feet eight and three-quarter
inches tall and the other was an even
seven feet eleven inches. Tbey were dress
e 1 like ordinary men, but attracted much,
attention and wire followed by a crowd of
curious people. They were on their way to
New Orleans, from Chicago where they
hud been on exhibition in a dime museum.
We will offer our entire Btock of Im
perial White Shirts at fl 23 to close.
8 3t IlATTHORNifc SlX0.
Of some of the principal features with
Doris" Sliow, we must compliment Wil
lara Snowies, America champion bare
back rider, who, in our opinion, vanquishes
such artists as Charles Fish, James Robin
son, William Dutton and Frank Melville.
We have seen them all, and none so grace
ful as Showles. His execution of jumping
on and off a horse at full speed is some
thing marvelous, and, we claim, that no
rider can attempt the same feit as an equal.
Philadelphia (Pa..) Times.
The Delta City Fire Company has de
ci led on giving a Grand Spring Calico
Hup. The first of the season, which will
occur on April 17th. 3t
The "pauper labor of Europe," as a
protection against which certain people in
this country are constantly lauling our
Uritf, has been imported in sucb quantity
by the manufacturers of Pittsburg that it is
driving the American labor to the far
West. Twenty-five families have jtut left
that city for Washington Territory and sev
eral hundred more will leave soon. The
only cause for their departure which they
offer is that they are crowded out by the
cheap imported labor of the highly protect
Auction sale of househeld and kitchen
furniture at 10 o'clock to-day on Tenth St.,
between Commercial and Washington Aves
Alderman Laucuster comes out in this
issue of The Bulletin as a candi
date for re-election to the council in
the Fifth ward next Tuesday. He has a
large interest in the welfare of his ward
and of tho city generally and is backed by
several yenrs of experience in the council
which " has given him an
insight in the afTtirs of
the city that would aid him much in the
performance of the duties of alderman in
the future. Mr. Lancaster's past record in
the council will bear the closest scrutiny
and is a sufficient guarantee that his voice
and his vote will be given only on the
side of what will be of the greatest good to
the greatest number. He would be worthy
f the steel of any opponent the old Fifth
could trot out and would probably make
most any of them bite the dust of the
A young man named R. II. Smith
came near losing his life on the Illinois
Central incline uptown yesterday afternoon,
abnut 4 o'clock. lie was from Craig, Mo.,
and was a passenger on the steamer Dun
can. When the boat landed at the incline
he got off and walked toward the levee; but
before he had gotten off of tho cradle, the
boat began backing, pulling the cradle
down the inline, which was made necessary
by the fall in the river. Smith lost his
balance when the cradle began to more and
fell down through the ties onto the incline
track upon which the cradle was running.
He fell through not far from the upper end
of the cradle, where the frame work stands
probably less than a foot above the track,
was caught between the frame work and
tho road bed of tho incline track and rolled
back and forth for about a minute, as the
boat backed and moved forward to get the
cra lle in just the proper position. It seems
that he was not seen to fall through and
when discovered he was nearly dead. He
was taken down to The Halliday where
Dr. Parker attended him. Ilia limbs were
all right and he was not torn up much.
One ear was cut off smooth and he had
sustainod an injury of the spine and other
internal injuries which were not believed to
be fatal, however. He bad a very narrow
escape from being torn into shreds.
Alderman Wm. McIIale is announced
in this issue of Tub Bulletin as a candi
date for re-election to the City Council in
the First ward, next Tuesday. There have
been no men in the City Council who have
been more earnest in the discharge of what
they believed to be their duties toward
their constineots than Mr. McIIale. Mr.
McIIale's record is a very satisfactory one
generally; be has had strong
convictions upon questions of
public concern, which convictions he has
always defended with much verbal energy,
and has sometimes even show a willingBesB
to defend with physical energy as
well, if need be. He has been
one of . the most valuable
men on the Street Committee particularly
and done much good work for the city gen
erally. The First ward could not find
a man who would watch its interests more
closely and be more active iobaving those
One of the members of the Iowa Edi
torial Excursion that passed through this
city a short time ago, writing an account
of the trip in bis paper, at a little town
called Oskaloosa, hasn't a word of praise
for anything he sw below Centralis. At
Cetitralia the party was received in good
style by ths citizens, and this Utile flattery
secured to that city a favorable sentence or
two. But below Centralia this little man's
little min i could sea nothing that deserved
more than a contemptuous fling. It is
probable that there were in the party but
few such carping misanthropes, or the party
must have been a very sick one when they
got home. In a four or five line notice of
Cairo, in which, one would naturally con
clude, the writer would record the most
important matters impressed upon bis mind
during bis stay here, he informs the public
that "Cairo has about 12,000 people," and
that "hogs, cows, horses, sheep and geese
are permitted to run at large in the streets
of the city."
The suggestion of the Chicago Times,
that Judge Bross, of this city, be nominated
by the Dmecrats of the 6fate as their can
didate for Lieutenant Governor, will4meet
with the heartiest favor in this end of the
State and wherever else the Judge is
known. Julge Bross is a man of sterling
character, who has served the people here
for years in vatnus capacities to the entire
satisfaction of all and retired to private
lite voluntarily and against the wishes of
his constituents generally. He is a repre
seotative German-American citizen, with
enough of th! best kind of common sense
for several ordinary men. He stands high
in the order of Odd Fellows and his warm
personal friends are scattered by thousands
throughout the State. He would be a
strong man on the stump also where he
would challenge the respect of all by forci
ble little talks which he knows so well how
to make. Judge Bross would carry the
German vote of the State for the Demo
crats if anybody could and that would in
sure Democratic Buccesa in the state. Har
rison and Bross would sweep the State.
An enthusiastic artist, desiring to
paint a storm on the sea, pushed his
boat far out on the deep, and when
last seen was painting the very wavo
which engulfed him. That this man
was a fool is self-evident. Tho means
he emploved defeated the end ho
sought. He sacrificed his life to a
passion which, if properly restrained,
would have been innocent and even
praiseworthy, but which, being inordi
nate, destroyed him.
Does our judgment condemn this
painter? If it does, it illustrates its
own soundness. But does it not at the
same time ceusure a multitude of living
men? What is this painter but a typi
cal man, illustrating tho folly of thous
ands who have surrendered themselves
to the control of an inordinate ambi
tion to be rich, or to bo pre-eminent in
society, or in political or in ecclesiasti
cal life? What other interpretation
than thnt such a surrender has been
made by vast numbers can one givo
to those illegitimate methods which
have taken possession of the great
marts of trade, which so largely char
acterize our political elections, and
which in some small degree manifest
themselves in ecclesiastical circles?
Ambition In church or Stato, when
curbed by Christian principles, may bo
innocent and even praiseworthy; but
when it exalts itself into a ruling pas
sions, tramples on the claims of God
and humanity and seeks money, honor,
oflico or power as an end, it becomes a
deadly and dangerous sin, destructive
of character and fatal to its victim's
immortal interests. Our pniuter is tho
lining type, both of his folly nnd his
Mr. Albert J. Smith, 221 West 24th
street, New York City, states that for
eight years be was bedridden with rheu
matism. Finally he used St. Jacobs Oil,
the wonderful pain-annihilator, and was
W. r. ABni!, river editor ol fni Btnarrm
na steamboat paasentfer agent. Orders for all
kinds of aieainbnat Job printing solicltad. Office
u Uuwor European Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES Of TUK RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 43 feet 1 inchss'and fall
ing. Chattanooga, April 8. River 9 feet
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, April 8. River 30 feet
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 8. River
2 inches and falling.
Nashville, April 8 -River 10 ft 5 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, April 8. River 7 feet 2 inch
es and non reported.
St Louis, April 8. River 27 ft 7 inch
es and rioing.
The Centenuial from New Orleans arrived
here at 5 p. m. yesterday. She had about
400 tons ef freight, departed for St. Louis
at 5:30 p. m.
The Buckeye State passed down for
Memphis lat night. She received some
freight and passengers here, discharged
about fifty ton. Left for the Bluff City.
Yesterday was quite cold and unseasona
ble. A strong wind blew all day and over
coats were well patronized. The Ohie is
still falling fast.
We went to Mound City yesterday morn
ing on the Wabash road and the siepewater
for several squares on Commercial avenus
in the upper pirt of the city was at least
18 inches on the track. Business at the
Mound was very dull.
The Belle of Shreveport wires us that
she will report here this morning for Cin
cinnati. Capt. Wash Thompson is her
notably popular commander and Charley
Church, one of the most obliging and offl
dating gentlemen you ever met, hrs charge
of the office. She is bound for Cincinnati.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Shswneetown is due at Cairo to-morrow
The Arkansis City is due this evening
from St. Louis for Vicksburg.
The Gus Fowler had a fine trip yesterday
and did not get away on her return trip to
Paducan until half-past six p.,m.
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St. Louis
at 5 p. m. to-day for New Orleans.
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville is due
here to-morrow morning and leaves on her
return trip at 10 a. m.
Cpt. T. N. Kimbrough leaves for St.
Louis this morning to join his boat the
Ella Kimbrough which is advertised to
leave St. Louis Thursday evening for Osage
Capt. Hi Davis with bis towboat Storm
No. 3 leaves here this morning for Helena
after a heavy tow of lumber. He has a
contract which will give his boat employ
ment all the season.
An exchange remarks, "the best teachers
are tbse who learn something new them
selves every day," so we announce this day
that several thousand important cures have
been made by the use of Dr. Bull's Cough
The composition of the band is peculiar,
of the dozen or so players, U but two play
upon the ordinary stringed instruments of
the orchestra of the remaining two, one
plays a small high clarionet and the other
the Hungarian zymbal, an instrument de
scribed as a sort of pianoforte without a
key board, the strings being set vibrating
with two little soft-headed hammers which
the player holds in his band. The men
play without notes.
Neuralffia and Sick Headache.
In Aurora, III., lives Mrs. Wm. Henson.
She says: "Samaritan Nervine cured me
ot neuralgia, vertigo and sick headache."
Often Before the Meridan of Life
is reached, the teeth decay. In nine cases
out of ten they become carious through
neglect. The timely use of SOZODuNT,
arrests the destructive effects of impurities
wnicu nave been allowed to accumulate
upon the teeth. Children's teeth polished
and invigorated by this salutary botanic
preservative, will remain sound and white
until a ripe old age, and failing teeth are
rescued by it from increasing dilapidation.
As when she was Youngf.
"I have used Parker's Hair Balsam and
like it better than any similar preparation
I know ot," writes Mrs. E.len Perrv. wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Coldbrook Springs,
jiass. "My nair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of the B ilsam has re
stored the softness, and the brown color it
had when I was young not a single gray
hair left. 8ince I began applying the Bal
sam my nair has stopped falling out, and I
Dad mat it is a perfectly harmless and
The well-known streniitheninff nronerties
of Iron, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found !n Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen tho nerves and body,
ami improve tne blood and complexion.
Sciatic Rheumatism U Rheumatism in
its worst form. Athlophoros is the only
preparation yet found which goes right for
it and roots it out ef the back and loins.
Says D. G. Stratton.of New London, Codu.:
"Was laid up all winter with Sciatic Rhsu
matisra. Could not walk, and suffered the
pains of hell. Heard of Athlophoros
through a neighbor. Took It according to
directions, and in twenty-four hours was
free from pain. Am taking it on for a per
Something oldAllen's Bilious Physic
Acts quickly, relieves promptly, and never
falls to cure lick headache and constipa
tion. 89 cants large bottle. At all drug
APRIL 9, 1884.
for every fo m of
MUN AND BLOOD
Pimples to Scrofula.
fVU i CI EAN8K TIU 8K N, Ucalp and Blood of
-a Iichln?. Sca'y, Pimply, Copper Colored. Kcro
fu'ioan. Inherited, aud Contagious II uniors, Blood
folona Ulcer. Ahreeaaes md IufantiiA kin t,..
tures, the CuTiuiiHA Kiheoiss are infallible.
Cuticura Hkholve.nt. lha new Bloml Pnr,n..r
Diurrtic. and Aperient, expels disease germs from
the blood aud perspiration, audi thus remove he
cause. utlrura, the ereat ikm Core, inaiantlr
lava Itchlnir and iiiflanimmlon. r.l. nr. th sum
and Or alp, heals Ulcer and Korea, reatores te
Completion, Cutirura 8o.ip, an exquisite fkln
Iiuaatiflerand Toilet Requialte, Is iuiaoenfahle
to treating skti diseases, and for rongh, chapped,
pr Kreasy ekm, blackheads, blotches, ami My
humors. Cuticura Ro-r edie- are the only lufa'llble
p" mora nuu tin uviiuiiof ra.
ClIAS HoL'UIITON. Ku . lawvnr. A hi... kt...i
Boston, reports a cau of 8it Rh- um under bis
ob ervatin for ten years, which covered the pa
tient's body and limbs, and to which all known
wciuuu- hi ireaimoni nad Deen applied without
hem IK which was cornuleteW rnn.il
C'Jtlcura itemedien. leaving a clean aud bealthr
MR. ANO .Mil!). KVKHKTT Nfmiliiwu U. ., .!,.
town, Ma-s., write: "Our little b .v wa terrihlv
afflicted wiih Sen l'ula. Halt Hhpn
las ever since be waa born, and nothinir we could
give helped him until we tried Cuticura R medies,
which gradually cured him, until helsaafatraa
II K. C'AIII'KNTEK. Hi-nduraon. V -.,r,l
Psoriasis or Leprosy, of tweuiy years, standing,
by Cuticura Remedies. The moHt wniMnrful
on record. A dwtpnnful of scales from him dallv.
Physicians and his friends thoueht he nm.t H
Cure sworn to before a Justice of tte peace and
Henderson's most prominent citisens
Mrs. 8, K. WmreLS. Decatur. Ill . wrlrim thf
her face, head, and sumo pa Is of her body were
a'niosiraw. ll.-ad covered with scabs and sores.
Suffered fear'ully and tried evervthinif. Perms.
nently cured by the Cuticura Remedies from a
Sold everywhere. Price- Cutipnra Ml i-i.nt.
solvent, fl 10; H an, 25 rents. Pottkr Dbco and
CnsmeAL Co., Jlostun, Mass.
onu for "now to Cure skin Diseases."
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
The Great BaNamic Distillation of
Witch-Hazel American Pine, Cana
dian Fir, Maiigold, Clover
For Ihe Immediate Re lefand Permanent Cure of
very form of nalarrh, fr -m a Simple Ilead t old or
Influenza to the Loss of Smell, Taste, and Hearing,
Cough, H'oiicnitis. aiid Incipient Conaunitloti.
Relief In live mmutea in any and evert case. Noth
ing like t. U ateful, fragrant, wholasume Cure
begins from first application, and ia rapid, radical,
pe manent. and never fading.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca'harral Sol
vent and sat. ford's Inhaler, all in one package,
forming a complete treaiment, of all drugL-tsf f.r
fl sk for Sanfords Radical Cure. Potter
VMS AND CHEMICAL CO., Boston.
Collin's Voltaic. Electric Plas
ter instnitly affects the Nerv
ous system and banishes
1'am. A Pt feet. Klectric Bat-
tsrv r.omhln.it with m Pn.,n.
u lat vai 1' aster for 25 cts. anniht
o mnty rnw J
ow a lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
SUFFIH1HI 1ERYE Worn Out Parts, strengthen.
'11 to. M irdee, oreventa D se.se, and does moieln
une-ball the lime than any other plaster in the
The Eegnlar Cairo & Padncah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HRNRY E. TAYLOR, Haster.
OEOROE JOUEa, Clerk.
Leaves Pdacah forfi.l ro ll.llv Vnnrt.v. owonl.
ed)at8a. m , and Mound Citv at 1 p. m. Returr
mm vmru ai s p.m. ; .nouil'l cuv 113 pm.
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, Smlthland, Dycrsbnrg, Fdilyvllle.
vbiiiou, uover, ciarasvnie and Nashville,
SUJ B. S. RHEA.
J. S.1YNRR Master.
GEO. JOBKS ciora.
Leaves every Mondsy morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHEERY.
WM. STRONO M stor.
ELU U HASTY Clerk.
L v ( every Fr dav morning at 10 o'cloclr. malt.
Ingclo-e connections at Nashville with tho L.
N. It. R. nnd S.iC II K for all nointa smith.
with tho Upper Climb' rland Packet Co., for all
points for the Cppcr Cumberland. For freight or
passiiae, epu;y on board or to W. F. Lauihuin.
IN THE WORLD.
A powerful preparation
So concentrated tnatafew
drops applied to the sur
face will penetrate to the
very bone, and almost Iv.
STANTLY HXUCVC f AUt.
SA3 HOiaUAfcicr CUSEtf
Sore Throat. Pains
in Limbs. Stom
ach or Bowels.
Or In any part o Svstem .
Will NOT SOIL CLOTIIINO
nut iiiuolot Hie akin K
naarteen In constant use
by Phvsiclana and others
lot U year I'riceOW.
I'repaitu only by
AOOU MlwRIU Iv low's. Mo.
TOR SAL BV All DHTJ0018T8 AND
tXJUIAS IN KxVLlClNIS.
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
tdVOood Btock and Prices Reasonable.,
T ADIK6 or Toons Men lb city or county to take
nice, lifht aud pleasant work at their owa
homes; JtoD a dav easily and qnlttly made;
work sent t nail; do eanvaaiu: bo stamps lor
rep y. Pleise address Reliable. Mfg. Co., Puiladel
phla, Pa., drawer TT.
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Spruca nt New York, can learn the exact cost
01 any proposed line of AUVhRTISINO In Amer
can Newspaper. fsr"lpsjze Psmphlot, 10c
H A It? 0D Jtmes KT" Va., in a north--L'
xVlliJllO ern "sttlement. Illustrated elr-
iree. J. F. MANCEA,
The most economic! and efrcti Hin.,! ..m
I have a punitive remedy for the above diaaaaa ; by its
nae thousand of cue ot the wrrt kind and of lone
unrtlna have been cured. Indeed, so ttronjia mr
fnirta in it efficacy, that 1 will send TWO BOTTLK8
FRKK, toHtiier with a VALfJAHLB TREATISE on
tbia diaesfl, to any suftVrer. (ii express and P.O.
address. Da. T. A. b LOOU M . 181 PearlSt J Tor
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