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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL.. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1881.
JOHN B. DO HIS'
New Monster Shows
.'M GREAT INTER-OCEAN
1 2 Mammoth Shows Combined 12
MUSKUMt MENAGERIE! AQUARIUM!
lnuiu.il d in Extent-- I'lip.ralHi-d in At t-di'ti vi-iipn ami t'ririvallcd In (icoeral Excellence
lt( n 1 fur it i ritu.portatiou
tt PALACE RAILWAY TRAINS-:
the I.'irci I, He. t aud Only Show tl.ln Sea. on, at
CAIRO, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1881.
fL'!ii White-Spotted -Sac rod Kleplmnt!
More ami lure W.lil licm-tH ttnei werj ever hefure exhibited under C anvm.
10 OLTA DKS OF WILD BEASTS TltiZt
3 Gri-e at Ci re 1 1 s e s 3
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v it 4 xii ? - mm mmm mm- -'
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KwVl' it.i b) Leading ui:d ln lUputed I'h-nip'.oa I'erformerrt.lu
'I lie :s'--' a-., mbi i;v: of Clrciln iVebritics together in the Civilized Word, liiclmlluj
1 4 1 1 !Bi'awn
.,;biM Fr.r.ch Tr.-uiie uf Hi jr!e hid r.
Mooie Fci:i.!i. SiKirian Kuer la:er-'.
Th l.'liitrtu' Kii.fn irpa.
K!!Tia :, y.tlie I', v. o.i" Kulf.. 'lhro r
3 Sir.-.- -t Krother.
I O'. ofr! IiK tt.er.
Mi, 1) ururni.'e.
The lr at V. j-ir i
In add-on to tr.. ,. ar- an alraoft t'utp:i toi ut lecr lich'f . makire nri the ro-ter of the
' "'- t'ir'jii"iini!. S;,are t'l not ;,,-rt:ilt further deta i, for fu l particular,
fee rlli-r publication.
TILE GRAND TREE STREET PARADE
t ;kr p;a--e dally at l"a m . a- d ur?if i marMtude a'l other pa-ade i ver re n in America. It Is
nearly th ee foiid ni'lei In irmrtti and rnjiire. nrar.y an houi topa. any Kiven uulul.
Kitenrive arrnnemei.K have been allecied for
CHEAP EXCURSION HATES OX ALL HAILKOADS
l r':oor- ope" at 1 ami 7 p. ill. 1'erforn.ati' e begin, one hour later. One ticket adtuita to all
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85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court Hcuse, CHICAGO.
A rfrMlarsraibiato. e3Th Mdet Hiicclull.t
In tllU Llllteil Slale,wllii!tf I.IH: l.o.M, 1 Wt.lilt.M'K,
perfect iin'ihiid a"d lmrn medicine in-nre M'KHl V
ami rmiMASUNT ct'in.rt of all Private, rhrnnie and
N. rvous UiseKes. Art'ecti"nof tliu lllnoil, Nkln.
Kldiiey, lllmlder. Knitlon, I'lt-rra. Hd
Nort-a, Su rillnu of (lie .land. Sore Mouth.
Thriiut. llonu l"aln. tierinaiiiiuiljr cured and
eradicated troin the ajateul for life.
II Ft) If HI! C Jro"f'i, TmjmfVnei.ScniliiHf
II til I U U W 1-'K, lxuil Juy, Mental
and Vhiisictil HVn.-ira., F'iMhiJ Mrmory,
ifuik i:j'i, Stunted lhvctopmtHt, Impali
wiciifs to .Uiii-Hngc, etc., from execscs or any
fdimc, gprrditij, KiifihJ and prlratrlij Cured.
(Voiiiia.Mlildlr-Aitril and lil men, and all
who need Medical Kklll and e-.-lenee,omult
Dr. Hate at once I l.-t opinion cu' notion?, and may
aavo future miiery and uliamo. When Inconvenient
to vihiI the eity for ti eatment, medicine' can be sent
everywhere ly nuul t exnrei8 I'reo Frnni obaer
Tin Ion, B r-It 11 si'lf-evi.t. nt t lint a nliyiician wlr)
(iiv I114 whale ai return to a clu-a of durase fit
lain tirent aUlll.an l pliysieinnrt tlirmthout tho
country, knowr r t 'ih. ireiirntlv reconiinend ditlicult
eve to the )lilet Nerlut., by whom every
known (rood i cmeilv i ue l. jl)r. llate'a
Alt. and llxiterleiice roit'. hi. oinninn of
iremm lintMi.Mi.iit''. T'i'lioot who call ... no
one hot tlie iioetor. i 'on'uliationfrpn andaarrcilly
ronfltltntlnl. t'ae.whieh barn failed inoMaintriR
relief elniMvlior.. pt.cially aolieitfd. remain Dia
eaeTtreaied. Call r writ, llonnt. front 9 to 4
fl to m SunilnyH. IH to 111. 0VI1S 10 liUALIU
tiErir 1'iiEK, Audreoii as above, y.-.-
V. ' AV Or AWX
tJk V A Br a
ELEVATED THEATRE STAGE 3
hi'. a Slokr.
The CI; ami ion l)o? Clicu.
Mr. John Patterfon.
3 The Macarte Brother.
rp HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of C'uiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A General liankin? Knsiuess
INTEHPHiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TUOS. AV.IIA:,Lir,Y" ,
Couimereial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
F. BIfoss. Pre.nleut.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
I P. NcKf, Vicol're.'nt
I T. J. Kerta, As.': oisti
F. Bm. Ca'.ro I William K!at,e. .Cairo
i'cer Nell' William Wolf....
CM t)-terloh " 10. 0. l'atier "
K. A. Ilader " II. Well.
J. Y. Clem. on, Caledonia.;
A tiENEHAL BANKING BfSINKsS DONE.
Exchauae ro'.d and bought. Intere.t piid ii
the Savin. Department. Collectio.li. made anil
al' hnlne. pnenptiv atten ted tc.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stli Street, between Com'l Ate. and Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJNITION.
afe. liesalred. All Kind, ol Key. M d.
Clarksou & Bowers,
No. ,30 8th St., :ulro, 111.
tVOood Stock and Piicei Ucaionahle. ej
A happy surprise it wan to Mr. A. K.
Norton, of lirbtoi, conn., w hen Atulopuokos
put him oa hid feet, and sent liliu cheerfully
about his business. Let htm tell las own story:
"About three weeks airo I waa taken
with a aevare crick In the buck. For four day.
I tin unable to turn iu tied without hull', and
when lifted u could not Btand ou my fit I waa
induced to try A I hlopiioUim, after all tlio usual
rciindi.-. failed. In Ju minute, after taking the.
first d'o I could bear my wehhtupon my fret
In two day I an aide to pet about and attend
to buMiiei.n. fn two other can- which have
come to my knowledge itn ue ha. been attended
w.Ui the game result."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottlo of Atiu.opuokos.
ou account of his poverty his nameshall remain
a secret, lb' had suffered terribly from lilK-u-luatisui.
lie gratefully writes:
" I took my first d so Tuesday afternoon,
and ou Wednesday, after but .even donee, 1 had
not a nharp or severe, ache left. Then I reduced
tlie done one-hulf and took the remainder of Uio
battle. I wan aide to tie eteady at work till Sat
urday, when I took a Severn cold and w aa un.
able to uwi my left had. I rurchancd another
bottle and by bed time I found relief. Ihu
medicine is all you claim for it."
Investigate A nrj.ornoRosallyou plea.se!
Find nil the fault you choose with it! ami
yet tho fart remains, that it is doing what
V other medicine ever could Jo vjr Rheu
matism ami Neuralgia.
If you cannot get Aniwi'iiOKOSof your o
girt, we win wi,d It express paid, ou r ti
regular price-one dollar per bottle. We piv.'. i
that you buy It from your druggist, but If h'
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try unmet hlb
il.se, but order at once Iroia ua as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
M J BTH M BTB S-il U
a r vm J tiva rzy k
The Emperor Louis Saponin .moked
only the ftriest ciKaro Uio world could pro
duif. Prof. Uonford nay. the Emperor a
c.ar. were made .pecially for him in Ha
vana from leaf tobacco irrown in the Golden
Belt of Sorth Carolina, thin beirnr the fluent
leaf (rrown. IilackweU'a Bull Durham
Smokimr Tobacco i. made from the name
leaf used in Die Emperor's citrarn, in abso
lutely pure and i. unque.tiona'oly the beat
t' bacco ever otlered.
Thackeray', trfted daughter, Anne, in
heratetchof Alfred Tennyaon, in Btrptr't
M mihly, te'il. of her v.nit to the irreat pct.
(he found him smokimr Black well'. BiUl
Durham Tobacco, wnt him by Hon. Jame.
Ku-i-e!l L'-well, Au.er.cau Ml.Mrkr to the
Court of St. Jan.e..
In these day. of adulteration, itisaeom
fort to .makers to lrt,w that the Bull Dur.
haia brand is aliaolutely pure, and made
frou. the bet Ubacco the world produce.
B!arke)l' Bull Durham Wmokinif To
bacco ia the bru and purest made. All
dealers have it. None treuumo without
the trade-mark of the BulL
mm msm m.aa rj&4 max
The Kenlar Cairo & Piuluoah Daily
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Str. GUS FOWLER.
IIENRT E. TAYLOR. Master.
tiEOIldE JOIiEs, Clerk.
Leaves rvlacah for C4lro daily (Sundays except
ed) at S a. m , and Monnd C'ltv'at I p. m. ' Hetnrc
Idk, leavet Chto at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p m.
Nashville, Pailncah 4 Cairo U. S. Mail
For 1'aducali, Smithland, Pyersbnre, Eddyvllic.
Canton, Dover, ClarksvlU'o and Nashville,
SSi B. S. RHEA.
J. S. ITNER
GEO. J DDKS
I.eavcsa'very Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
AV. H. CHERRY.
L av. . everv Fr thy morning nt lfl o'clock, mak
ing clo-e connection, at Nashville with the L. t
N. U. K. and X. & C U K. for all point, .ou'ti,
with the l"iiler Climb rlHnd Packet 'o., for all
point, for the I'pper Cumberland. For freight or
pas.ise, epply ou board or to W. F. Lamhdin.
130 tV 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete lino
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock or Body Brusscla, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloth., all ilvn and prices.
rtlhinir P. PnnlrJ TnmiUi
A full anil i nmitlol.t t..1 i.,.t
closed out at great bargains.
Uooda nt Bottom Trloct
Clewing & Gents' FurnishV Goorf
A Wis-I'iii'iioit Hermit.
For noar'.y n lifi-i m-; :i hermit namoil
Joliii V. ll loll ainl his .sister huvo livt'il
in tho ruins of n ii-ntne Ijiiihiim; which
K'.iiiuls a v:i;::mt lot on V M r't ni;ar
tin: IV.eti' (,li"c, ;iii, j i,t uroudil tho
i:..ni. r lioin th- ol I V ,r.l's T h-uter,
wluM! I'll :. 'iu Lliicuiii was shot. Tho
brother :mt i"t-r iuln rittol tho jiroper
ty fii-ni tin ir ji:;:'L't.: , but never im-rov-il
it, livino .se.anle.l from tlieir
Uei'!iliot s, scuiv-ly ev r Velitlirilio; out
11)1011 ti.t- t.e. t ',.) 'o,,' lilt! liei'e-SUli-S
of lit- until :ui-r nintf- II. Tho broth
er, v.: o is s:ii ! to ,i. n 1 rother of Billy
IJireii, Hi- iuiiisir-1 mini, ettrneil a
setiniy living by n ottii iaj; violins and
other imuieiii ibsUiiiii-nt-'. A few
yetirs :i?o tin. iuiiidn;' fell down,
but the oi ev.. ,:..!;!.; ,. unhurt; uud
eoniiiine 1 i m.ikr ihulr home under tho
same room, u jioriion (,f whieh was in
sueh eondiii,,!! Could bo propped
up ti f w i.'rt iroin the .-roiinil, so as to
keep oi t wind fn rain. Tim old ruin
was invisil,:,; fiuiu ihi) .street, because)
of u hoard li ne-, ten feet liijb, which
has stuod there, it is sidil, fudy forty
yu::rs. 'J'I.e property w.ts stdd at pub
lic miction a lew months uo, to satisfy
Iho claims of tl.o tax toi lector, and tho
court ordered the marshal to deliver
the property to the puicaasers. Under
the order of ihu court tho hermit ami
his sister were removed Thursday.
When boards i f the hin fence iu front
of the lot wen; taken down a large
crowd oait. ere. 1 on the sidewalks and
gazed curiously on tlie coniused mass
of bo'trds and tin rooling which wero
piled up in the in'.uiior. When the
workmen begun to move these boards
the hermit, a tall man, without hat or
coat, enier-yd Iroia the hovel where ho
had lived ,o many years. Ho was ac
companied by his sister, an old woman,
Mid their grief at being compelled to
leave tie ir home found expression in
loud tties. mingled with entreaties to
the marshal ami ids assistants. Tho
hermit himself was calmly cool, and
after talking with the otlieers ho re
turned to arrange for his tinal depart
ure. The pro; erty has been sold for
?Di,ot.o, winch will be divided between
seven heirs the hermit and his sister
being among tln.m. Among the crowd
on tho sidewalk IJiicti recognized a
man whom he had not seen since tho
latter was a key forty years ago. Tho
scene was a most pathetic one, and
much sympathy was expressed for tho
hermit and his sister, tne mora so as it
is believed by some that in their ignor
ance of bu-ine.ss aii'uirs they hare not
received a fair value for their property.
H'tiJiii.ijtn V'jr. Vkvdund l.w-.Ur.
Duck in- a lllooilliouiitl.
As tlie boat was loading rotton-meal
at Natchez, we saw a big bloodhound
come il' Wti the street, walk around tho
wharf-i oat and stretch out in the sun
for a nap. The talk at onee turned
upon dogs, autl then upon this one iu
"That dog." said one of the passeri
-:-rs. "wouiit no doubt kill any man
wiii-m he attacked."
This was followed by various yarns
in regard to the strength and ferocity
of bloodhounds, and then another pas
senger put ia:
"I'd give any man a dozen good
cigars who will go out there and wako
that dog up and pat him on the head."
"A dozen cigars!" echoed auotlier,
"why, man, 1 wouldn't go out there
and louse him up for a $h) bid."
"II.unphT' sueerod a man who sat
with his feet on the rail a little' ways
oil', and who had come aboard as we
"Maybo you want to wake up that
dog!" i'oiy remarked the $1J man.
"I hunk I could."
"You do, eh?"
"I'll bet you $ gO I dare fling him
into the river!"
"Done! Done (piiek-r than greased
lightning!" shouted tho other, as ho
felt for liis cash, and iu a minute or two
tho motley was up.
"Now, then, you are to walk down
there, seize him by tho collar and lling
him iuto the river."
And he walked. Without betraying
the lea-t liedtation, he went down the
plank, marched up to the dog, and
taking him by tho collar, drew him to
the edge and dumped him oil'. Tho
tl'igmadeno resistance, and speedily
swam around to the bank and trotted
oil' up the street.
We all felt completely llattcned out,
and after the stak.es were given up and
the winner l.a 1 disappeared, I went
over to the pilot, wn so (ace woro a
broad grin, and asked:
"D d vou see it?"
"Didn't the dog havd any grit?"
"Heaps ot L; but if you had owned
him for live .v-tirs, and had played this
san:e me lit'iy times on greenhorns,
l:e wouldn't bite vou, either. Detroit
fn,: I'm j.
No Clianee t Keciiry Mistakes.
When I was a young man there lived
in our neighborhood a farmer who was
usually reported to 1 e a virv liberal
man and tiut'ommouU- upright in his
dealings. When he had anv of the
produ . e of his f.-.mi to dispose of he
made it an invariable rule to give good
measure rather nu rj than would bo
rr. ilred of him. One of his friends,
oi. serving him freijientlv doing so,
(postiono I l.im us to whv he did it. Ho
told him he gave too much, and said it
was to his disadvantage. Now, mark
the answer i f this excellent man: "God
has permitted nm I ut one journey
through the world, and when I am gone
I cannot return to rectify mistakes."
The ol I fanner's mistakes wero of the
sort he did not want to rectify. Ex
(('of. St tjiiKiur.
Louis- .Michel has been permitted to
leave her Clermont prison for a few
hour at a time to visit her sick mother,
SSlie is spending imst of her time in
writing stories for young people, find
the stories are of a character peculiarly
adapted to (nidify young people for a
future resilience iik'o hers in prison.
VV. K. ;.abdiw, river editor of rai Bvunm
and steamboat passenger agent. Order, for all
kiiid.of.tearnboat Joh printing solicited. Office
as Bowor'a Kurouean Uotel. No. 72 Ohio leveo.
STAGES OK THE IUVER.
The river marked by tho gaufje at this
port at 0 p. ru. 40 feet 2 inches and fall
ing'. Chatutioogn, April 11. River 0 feet 0
Cincinnati, April 11. -River 25 feet 2
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 11. River 10 feet
i inches and falling.
Nashville, April 11 River 8 ft 5 inch
ts and fullini:.
Pittsburg, April 11. River 5 feet 8 inch
es and fulling.
St Louis, April 11. River 27 ft 11 inch
es and falling.
it IV Kit it km.
The Buckeye State from Memphis is
coming up on her way to Cincinnati and
will report here early to-morrow mornirjg.
Nothing that carries a wheel behind her
has got any business of curtending with
her for speed. Capt. John Thornburg ia
her popular, and Passenger Agent W. F.
Linibdm will furnish tickets at low rates.
The R. R. Springer is due to-morrow
on her way to New Orleans.
Don't forget the Hudson to night, the
people's packet. She make all way land
ings and will take you to St. Louis in
It is now repnrtt J that the Chas. Mor
gtn which was recently sold at Cincinnati
to P. P. Manion, of St. Louis, to be used as
an excursion bout this summer, is now
milking preparations to leave Cincinnati
with a big trip lor New Orleans, under the
management of Onpt. Harry Stein who
formerly commanded her. This looks
rather strange and are now inclined to
think the Manion purchase a "sham."
The St. Louis Republican of yesterday
says the Ella Kimhrough left Thursday
evening fur Osnge River with 250 tons. If
true, it is tlie best trip she ever carried
since owned by Capt. Kimrough.
The City of Btiton Rouge from St. Louis
arrived heie yesterday morning at 7 :30 and
herpu irds were nearly dragging the water.
She left at noon for New Orleans with all
the freight she could carry.
ine fst. Louis anu Cairo narrow-gauge
has resumed business again and trains are
qow running into the city.
The Centennial is advertised to leave
St. Louis this evening for New Orleans.
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg is due
The Hudson on her last trip to St. Louis
to-night, a week ago, received 43 passen
gers here, 3G being cabin passengers. She
is due ftijain this evening for Sr. Louis and
we heps that we may be able to duplicate
her lust week trip. If any one doubts the
abore we refer them to tho register of the
The fine electric steamer Ohio is due
this evening for Memphis. She is fast and
her accommodations elegant. See W. F.
Lambdin, Passenger Agent, and secure
The Dexter from Evansvillo comes
through again to-morrow.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans is
due up to-morrow evening on her way to
The Gus Fowler will be on hand as usual
this evening but lays over at Paducah to
morrow.' THE NEW MONSTER.
KEFTS faith with tub pcblic in all it
ADVERTISES TO PERFORM.
The time will probably never come in
the history of tho Iruman race when the
people will get tired of visiting a first-class
entertainment under canvass. John B. Doris,
a successful showman of many seasons,
promises you an attractive aggregation of
museum and menagerie curiosities, and a
series of anmic performances never seen
before. That its title, "The New Monster
Shows" may be no misnomer, Manager
Doris has gathered the largest and most in
teresting collection of animals from all
parts of the globe, a museum attraction of
world-wido celebrity, and has formed a
circus crops of artists famous both here
and abroad. The people will have an op
portunity of seeing the New MonsterShows
at Cairo on Tuesday, April. 15. The great
est attraction with the show is the White
Si'otteo Sacked Elephant. Judging from
tho numerous press notices we have seen
in tho leading journals concerning this
sacred wonder, it will lie a rich treat. n
Don't You Do It.
Dun't suffer any longer with the pains
and aches of Rheumatism, which make life
a burden to you. Relief, speedy and per
manent, can bo procured at the nearest
drug store, in the form of Kidney-Wort.
Elbridge Malcolm, of West Bath, Maine,
says: "I was completely prostrated with
Rheumatism and Kidney troubles and was
not expected to recover. The first dose of
Kidney-Wort helped me. Six doses put me
on my feet. It has now entirely cured me,
and i nave naa no trouble since."
For Bale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
ington Ave., next building above the Poit
otlice. Sadler's Locals.
Men's Spring Suits from 3 up; large
stock of Boy's Suit for Easter; good nnlaun
dried shins 50c, best quality $1.00; hats
from tho bankrupt hat house of Eddie,
Harvey & Co., and all other goods in tha
clothing line unusually low at SadlerV,
144 Commercial Ave. Call early and select
from a large stock. 12-6t
Sonio 5 or 0 pleasant rooms to let, up
8tairp, corner 12th and Washington Avenue,
to a small family. Enquire at same place
f E. B. DiEraicu. 12-3t
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenup, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Price!
reisonable. 01m Jacob Fleck.
School Trustee Election.
On Saturday, April 12th, 1884, at the
Arab engine-house on Commercial Avenue,
opposite Seventh Street, in Cairo, an elec
tion will be held for one trustee for town
ship 17, south range one, west, in Alexaa
der County, Illinois.
John M. Laksden,
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at TnE Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
See pen as,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, etc.
Taxpayr rs will please take notice that on
the 5th of April I will commence preparing
list tor the printer of all delinquent taxes
ou that date. Those wishing to save costs
can do so by calling at the Court House
and setting &c. Yours truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Buckien'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
These are Solid Facta.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of suf
fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary organs, or whoever
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters the
beat and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, everv bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
Aa when she waa Younff.
"I have used Parker's Hair Balsam and
liko it better than any similar preparation
I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen Perry, wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Cold brook Springs,
Mass. "My hair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of the Balsam hat re
stored the softness, and the brown color it
had when I was young not a single gray
hair left. Since I began applying the Bal
sam my hair has stepped falling out, and I
find that it is a perfectly harmless and
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethf If so,
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 little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
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