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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING MAY 10, 1884.
'.ml ig ijLawIA.SlaU. " i
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds j
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ-f
enza, Asthma, hooping Lough, In-j
cipient Consumption and for ihe rc-tj
hefofcoriSUiiptive persons in advan
ced stagesof the Disease. For Sale I
by all Druggists. Price, 15 Ccnts.l
Because it acts on tho l.lVklt, lKHVKI.S and
KIDNEYS at the Mint time.
Because It oloanses the system of the poison.
Oua humors that develops in Kidney nud Url
nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Coustipa
tlon, Piles, or in Bueuraatiara, Neuralf,ia, Ner
vous Disorder and all Female Complaiuta.
tr&ouv ruovfcF mis.
IT WILL SCEELT CTOB
Br causing FEXE ACTION of all the creana
a-d function, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the njnc&l jwyfr to threw off iiaeaae.
THOUSANDS CF CASES
of the worst fbroaa ef ttu-se terrible (Ua
hv beta niiv-iiy r.'aevl, .vi La ihon uas
rRiti, 1 1. tuifin o tmt. kio ut tKiixtyrs,
try ca3 be sent b7 rrij.
tarrrra T?.:.--f i - rwi'v o.-.. Eiirl:.--.cc, Tt.
3 ?u4 ii:uin rer i'ar? A ii..uiiw :..r ',"4.
nui;; in, -uiruu wi, -t.
! Mti, JtH-s.'ivint. siv'.tli-n J'Jiiir,
IMJt ,n hw! ltt, mil ul :kjumh uui u tics :! :mr ur:u :p
(lf,H4Kiui ;in mwun' tit-M-i ma w- i.iy ui--i jv
thti nul-an.iwn iwi ..'iiuir. ; ' inn-'iai'l. in t :t. -i'
tiw urU!-uii "niui-fint ;-u 3i n-. i-ums, luisunit uui
MiwttJu;,uiU,4rtli:i;,U,-'UT! it'i.,i:- r -'v-r nauti.
via- ,' i -i
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te trtrn 1-r m-,
rt.it aii'i ;.tr. "...
r. ta '... - -f-.!
to rr' 'ii r,-i
ro rnr.t; v. i i r
of tins ma i r-1 ; r
S'r.Thafa b.tt r
For a'; hj a.', fo
Put a lirand on Him.
"Women are a r.t.c--.-ary tv.l," l,(-.-ii i,
bricging Uown his tit hard on the c.na'tr
to emphasize the beetle.-. remtrk. It w-v,
id the village store at W-:.-t Milton, Sir-ilo
ga County, and the f iicakcr was the c iitnd
figure of a group of bm-.hi-lic philovphcrs.
lie was hoineiy, Movcaly un I hixty.
"Thcre'H where I diUVr f rem you alto
gether," said Mr. G.mrgc T. Oiidinm, of
the same pUce. "Women tire mostly what
men make 'em. When hunb.nds arc brutes
ivts will fall into fcubinissi'in or rnnke
home hot lor the men; and they "re unnatur
al in cither character. Love them, and es
pecially be yood to them wl en they're
sick, aud you'll have no trouble. There'"
my own wife, now. She's tuff red a good
dtal with dypigin, nervous probation
ana other ailments that took the bloom off
her cheeks aud the spring out of her steps.
"eo, am. 8!IW an advertisement f I'.MtK
trtx ' r .
iumc, an-l tlioiht it would be ust
n ,1,;. .- 3
"u, lor uer ra-e. (ieiitleinen, 1 t-ent
uve nnieg alter a bottle. She took it. I
nt lRrT-'l1,' r s" times.
Trouble? Why, 11 you cull see hownmeh
good it has done her you would 8lly that
women are the Kreat.-st of VV ble-sii,"-and
Pa it hi-it's Tonic is the next." K '
This prenarat'Km, which h,is been known
as Tarkkk's GiMii.li Tonic, will berealter
be called simply I'ai:khi's Tonic. This
change has been rendered necessary by mb
Stitutes imposed upon their cut me: s by
unprincipled deah-rs, under the name ot
gineer; and ns ginger is really mi unimpoit
ftot flavoring inyreditiit, we drop the mis
There is no change, however, in the prep-
aration itseii, arm an ixnue-i iemauiiig in
the hands of dealers, wrapped under the
name of Pahkkh's GiNtiuu Tonic contain
the genuine medicine if the I'u: simile gig
nature of Hiscox & Co. is at the bottom ol
the outside wrapper.
Tho DaiU- liulleiin.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION:
l) y uiio J cot hy enrrior lj 00
(.Hi per cnl. diecount ll paid iu advuncu.)
Onlly, ouo year by mail M (X)
Dully, uiiu montu .. i m)
Dally, one week -'c.
I'lilillsbuit ev ry muruhiK (Mond cMteiiti d).
Weekly, oua year S
Weekly, H mouths I
I'lihlinhed every Moiiduy Daou.
(." Clubs of live or more lor Weekly Hulk-tin at
oiiu tlm-, per your, tfl.SU. I'oslaijo lu all cades
INVaKIABLT in advance.
All Commnulcatious should le addrecscd to
l. A. HUItNE IT,
Publisher and I'roorletor.
Y 1 1 1 : 1 1 as i ii:i:sm s.m k i : I :s.
.Somotliiiitf Tlint f Nol ns irarml ul iw
()iiuni Tin i;n'cct of a Smoke.
"Tlioro is not niu:h haheosli ini
jiortcil regularly, not moru than $.,0(.i0
worth a year, but ten times tho quan
tity is consumed," a tuistoiii-liouso
lirokiT ns-iorttul. "Wlioro does it all
'o to? 1 can't say of my own kuow
Todso, but there is always a larpo dt!
niand for it. I have pssed it throuh
t lie customs for doctors, actors society
men, and even ladies. In point of na
tionality I think the eastern races use
it more largely. Tliat is, they formerly
did: Nowadays it is pretty even all
"I've been selling hasheesh for more
than ten years now," a ISowerv drug
gist said." "When I began I sold about
Two pots a month; I now sell a hun
dred. 1 have all sorts of customers,
Cainamen, Malays, French, Italians,
and Americans. 'Germans seldom call
for it. One of my best customers is a
well-known actress; she usually buys
two nots a month. What does it look
like? Here's some common stulV,"
displaying a small china jar contain. ng
a heaving blackish brown paste. "This
is worth '$1 a pot. This is tirst class,"
showing a pot of greenish-brown resiti
with a slight half-pleasant odor, and of
about the consistency of opium. "This
is worth : a pot and is five times as
strvug as the other."
Uu'.v is hasheesh used?"
'The s.uno as opium. Some scioko
it. other eat it in small pill. wHUj
o'.h-.'r dissolve it in s:ron; wiao :.nl
drink i: lil a puc-.-h. ihe use of U
ir. 1: piii f.jrm i. however, very r:'.re.
Orientals pref-.r sm -k:ti it. while tho
w-escem uers ef the drug take it solid.
Hdsli'.'esi is sphere-1 from the Indian
fcenr aa I it coataias almost always a
saui-l pT.-ea:a? of cannabis, the al-i-il;l
i'of the tdaat I don't leli:vj
t.: it eacaAl?:n is the '. essect
jL.ar.v, -e:v.- t r. i-:. . i:
:.-.:r, :: his utivi-.'as.it eonseiM
w : ':: i.s'ieesi c-iver 'c-a. I: is
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7 .t.;;:ut a f ; v kz'.l;
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'.rr'. -r a T'; an i attr.i;tiv:
K .iw..';n Lugo- f-av-caairs
'i v ;-;.' r'orny
l.-f..':..-s r,t f .rr
ioun'f") weri; the cbi'-f
I UT'; (,.i-.iiv iu i.-oriiodat-
t ;: v.f.W'i ha :.iaseli;ris present.
-'.J. -XT': woncn: all well
. and -- rulngly of good social
Mo i. Half v.' re asleep or '.oirig,
were t'.glr. r.ing to corn; under
i;.!!..- n'.-e, vv.iile the r--'. were be
i.r.g the dli-.iji'i'i'jn. Tle projrie-a-
: ! in what style ti.o reporter
i.d lake the drug, and on being aii-
!-.- . 1 to re'-om mended the nnrgile.
'1 i.ii turned o.:t to be ,a sirnfde inoili
l;e:.:.o!i of the Turkish article. A
-ome vase li.led with water,
a long light lube with an amber mouth-ri.-ce,
and a bni.Vr a metallic cup
of the size and shape- of an egg wero
furnished. In the interior of tho bra
zier were two brass grates, and from
the bottom ran a tube down into tho
water of tho vase. A piece of hash-ce-.li
ns large as an acorn was placed
on the upper grate, and on it was lai I
a small mass of glowing charcoal. 'I he
brazier was theu closed with a perfor
ated cap, and tho reporter invited to
begin. Tho first inhalation filled the
upper part of the nargile with a thick
blue vapor; the second lilh'd the mouth
and lungs with a cool, aromatic smoke
that in flavor seemed half way between
opium and Lalakia tobacco. The
smoke lasted about six minutes. Tho
only sensation it produced was about
the same as that an old smoker exper
iences with a U"ina Victoria a feeling
of mild satisfaction and content.
There Were none of the grotesque or
beautiful visions that 1),- Mussel and
Oautier have described. A second
pipe produced a headache, and tho
scribe professed himself more limn
"I like the business," th,; proprietor
said, as he hamb-d the reporter cliaico
for a bill, "and 1 like hasheesh. 1 used
to run a joint, ami for eight years 1
was an opium fiend nivself." I "struck
hasheesh by accident", liked it, ami
soon found, to my surprise, that it be
gan to give me a disiaMo for opium,
lo-dny I'd ralhc r have mm pipe of tlto
former than three f n, :ul,.ri You
see, it s cheaper, a little eoes further,
nnd there s less trouble and no risk.
Nearly all my old customers were for
merly "fiends." now thev never 'hit tho
pipe. My new customers havo been
brought here by the old ones, and
IheyTe just ns inveterate. How mnny
liavol? About seventy lawyers, pol
iticians, actors, and men about town.
My lady customers vary; somo are ac
tresses and singers, Homo tiro, I suspect,
it little fast, and some are out-of-town
folks, who run iu mw and theu for a
littlo excitement. Does hasheesh hurt
a man? I suppose it docs if you use.
too much of it. 1 use live pipes a day,
and have been doing it for years, and
1 don't think it injures me. The man
you saw in tho back room Is dill'crent.
It's killing him. Ho takes ten and
twelve pipes n day. It depends on tho
Tho Fell street place is u vivid con
trast to the luxurious establishment in
Lexington avenue. Tho room is in tho
third story of a tumble-down tenement.
Low ceiling, dirty Uoor and walls, win
dows covered and plastered over with
wrappiug paper and rags, greasy bunks
and grimy Chinese couches, a foul at
mosphere, and all tho other indications
of Chinese vice and squalor wero there,
Tho room, not larger than 20x25, con
tained thirty-ono inmates. Seven wero
Mongols, eight women who had lo.-t
all womanhood years before, and tho
rest a variegated assortment of loafers,
tramps, and drunkards. As tho re
porter entered a haschasehin was re
ceiving from tho proprietor his ration
of the drug. It was tho cheap kind
shown by the druggist ami was us large
as a hickory-nut. A'ciu York Sun.
Snobbery in liotham.
The New York correspondent of tho
Atlanta Constitution tells something
about a dude" clothing store :
We worship that which is expensive.
I was reminded of this forcibly by a
linn which has won its way to the top
rank iu its own particular lino by un
bluhingly and shauilessly overcharging
for everything they sell. They describe
themselves as "haberdashers," and
keep what is knowu in the vulgar par
lance of the day as a "gouts' furnish
ing goods'' store. They have a
superb establishment. It is the size of
two stores ; is fitted in polished mahog
any fivm tloor to ceiling, and tilled
with a small army of suobbish clerks.
A page in livery opens the door fr
th-xe who enter.'aiui they never allow
a customer to take any article home
himself. If it is only a neck-scarf they
will sen ! it to him, though ho lives five
miles away. They have two delivtry
vans f.'r that purpose, driven by uni
formed coachmen with flunkies by their
sides to deliver the goods. Altogether,
the style of the establishment is sti.n
nitig. The prices are so high that men
of modes: means do not buy there.
This is entirely to their sat'sfaetion, as
they do not want that kind of custom.
Nothing iu their shop can be bought at
th-f regular prices. Collars, for in
stance." which sell usually at 25 cent,
a:;-cents there : and they charge 1
cents a pair f -r cuffs that are elsewhtre
;'o t'.. 4'.. I: i impo?ible to buy ai.y
r: .f a s.-arf or necktie for less th :i
$2. an i tit- prices for smoking-jacke's,
ba:l.-rvbv, 'an I articles of that s--rt
arc ivc'.v enormous. 'I hey ,!.
n..'.n t fr a bath-robe of TurkMi
:.;we'.:ag w'uiea c-.ul-l be bought any-.-
cls-i in town for $12. A f.-w
ii;s ago a f.'l-.n 1 of mine dropped in
::.' ;!.l.y :: .-ri-.-r oaiO shirts. 'II. e
z '-v- '
e .-.-r.C - ' WX
rzl of the
I want s-iMi'; -"W:.l
.is w.-iv, sir ?" :
t.'t..-a oy an obsoqv.ioiis
: .-.vv l an-l toir.t--d to
k-aalng grac-fally on
C";i.v.t.-r. Tho clerk
I'.-tit an-! smiled.
,.'.ii-ts," aitl my friend,
kind enough to step
md the clerk rubbed
his hands together and walked softly
down the store-.
The customer followed until they ar
rived at the olliee in the rear. Thero
the clerk was met by a member of tho
firm, who was introduced to tho cus
tomer. The customer, rather aston
ished at so miieh ceremony, was risked
with great politeness to -.tep tip-stairs,
w'nien he- did. On the way tho pro
prietor asked him if he w ould exchange
cards. This being accomplished, tho
next tloor was reached, and proved to
be a richly-upholstered and heavily-
carpeted parlor. 1 he proprietor
touched an electric boil and conversed
easily with his customer until tlm shirt
maker appeared. He said nothing
about the shirt, and seemed to treat
the call as purely social. After he had
been measured, the cu-tocjer said:
"You may make me a sample shirt
"We never make less than half a
dozen shirts, sir, and our price is $50
a dozen," said the shirt-maker laconi
cally. 'l'ut I don't care to pay $25 for a
half a dozen shirts, and lie n linil that
they do not lit me ; ami I think it is an
extortionate price-, anyway."
"Our customers " .said "the proprie
tor, grandly, never suspect us of ill-
litting them, and never a-k the price.
I don't care whether they do or
not," said my friend, "I want ono shirt
for trial and I will pav vou 5 for it,
and that is the end id the whole mat
ter. If you wau'tto do it you may; if
not, don t trouble voursclf, Thero are
plenty of shirt-makers in town who
cliargo at least reasonable figures.
Tho proprietor looked at him coldly,
twirled his eye-glasses in his lingers,
and said : "Our customers, sir, aronot
Thereupon my friend freed his mind,
stalked down stairs, and out into tho
street, while tho llunkey opened tho
door and bowed to linn respectfully
And yet, this sort of snobbishness
takes iu New York, for the firm is tho
most successful one of iis line.
The Welsh Druid.
Dr. Price, tho Welsh Druid, has at
last succeeded in cremating tho body
of his child. Yesterday morning ho
fixed three hurdles on a hill, then had
half a ton of coals piled within tho
triangle thus formed, ami upon a pair
of large iron grates lie placed a box
containing the body of tho child,
wi tipped in napkins. Petroleum was
thrown over tho coals, ami this served
to make thopi'0 a mass of firo as soon
ns ignition took place. Tho Druid,
with a largo shawl thrown over his
shoulders, was present during tho pro
cess, nnd chanted an nucicnt sacred
song, in the presence of a number of
women, who climbed the hill and
peered over the fenou to catch a
glimpse of the proceedings. Ho prom
ises to creiiiato his bull "Morgan" lu
a similar manner after ho has died a
natural death. '(( Mi:l Gazette.
GOVEKX31 EXT CL'KIOSITIES.
Queer Tacts that Come to tlio Sur
face in Washington.
Next to tho President of the United
States the best paid Federal cdlicial is
tho clerk of the Supremo court.
Tho Stales of Colorado, Jkdaware,
Florida, Nevada, Oregon, Uhodo Island
and Vermont havo less than one-half
the population of Illinois, but have tho
same number of representatives in
Congress twenty -two.
Pennsylvania has a larger number of
postotliees than any other State.
Not a clerk in tho pension ollieo in
this city draws less than $1,000 a year
salary, the average for tho 1,17:5 clerks
being $1,2111. Even tho copyists get
$'.)0U a year. These clerks have light
labor and short hours. Tho average
salary of the railway postollieo clerks
throughout tho country is only $1177 a
year. " 'These men work hard, at tho
most trying labor, and havo long
Eighty years ago North Carolina had
ns many representatives in Congress as
New York. North Carolina now has
nine, or ouo less than she had in 1800,
while New York has thirty-four.
There aro 111) typesetters besides
apprentices, in tho government print
'Estimating Congress to be in session
2oo days a year, the salaries of sena
tors n'nd representatives anioiitit to
about $10,000 a day.
The State of Nevada, which has two
senators and one representative in
Congress, has not so largo a population
by til 7 souls as tho City of New Ha
1 luring the past ten years the gov
ernment has expended nearly $7d,0u0,
(.ioo in caring for the Indians. Tho to
tal number f Indians attache t to
M-eiioies is only 21'!, 0)0, and of these
(1 i.o i) in Indian Territory, 7. Too in
Wisconsin, and o.ooo in New York are
Miopo-e i to I e at hast partially self
suiiporting. L:isl vear the i.ostollice department
tjl'l.OoO wi.rih of ink for stamping
iu lic Slates of Delaware, Colora-
l'.oritla, Nevatht and Oregon eoin
1 have not so great a population
bv al'oat lo.oou ships as the city ot
New Y rk. Yet New York has but
representatives .n Congress,
the five Sta'es have sixteen, belch-
he fiscal vear ended June 150, tho
.'ov.'iiimciit's disbursements for pen
vi.::s reaeheil a siitn wnieh exceeds by
-p i, ',).) t!ie disbursement for ail
purposes in the year lMiO.
'1 here are iu lie; railway mail ser
vice llftet-n clerks whodraw the salary
of 12 a vear each.
From tlie five States of New York,
Pennsylvania, Illinois, Massachusetts
ando.iio, the government derives one
half of ail its po-tal revenues.
It costs $;io,oou a tear to light tho
caoitol and grounds.
More than one-half of the internal
revenue receipts of the government
c-tnies from the f ur States of li.iuois,
New York, Ooio and K-n ueky.
To wait upon th.: t venty-six sena
tors there are 212 employes, not count
ing police, watchmen, and librarian.
Virginia now has the stunt! number
of congressmen she had in 17'JO, when
there were only sixty-five members iu
There are several postoHiees in tho
country at which the annual salary of
the postmaster is only $1.
Postal cards cost the government 5-1
cents and 4 mil's per 1,000.
The pension office expends more than
$00,000 a year investigating alleged
After having expended more than
$100,000,000 upon its buildings in this
district, the government funis itself
paying nearly $0,000 a mouth for rent
of private buildings.
Iho postuheo department uses .fW,-
00) worth of wrapping twino a year.
Iho thirteen states ot Arkansas,
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Del
aware, Florida, Nebraska, New
Hampshire, Oregon. Khotle Island,
Vermont ami West Virginia, with an
a""i'e",ato Dopulation wnieh doits not
exceed that of New York alone, havo
twenty-six United States senators to
New York's two.
California, with less than half tho
population of Indiana, pays to tho gov
ernment more money for postal ser
vice. Among Ihe expenditures of the gov
ernment last year was an item "For
manufacturing medals, $2o,-l!H23."
It costs the government 18,0W a
year to maintain lights and buoys on
tho Ohio, Mississippi ami Missouri
Two-fifths of all the newspapers and
periodicals sent through the mails by
publishers at pound rates are mailed at
New York City.
Nineteen thousand seven hundred
and eighty-eight dollars of tho public
fund was recently expended for "ma
chinery ami experiments in the manu
facture of sugar.
To supply public buildings through
out tho country with fuel, light and
water, reutiires an expenditure of
$1,000 a daw
Seven hundred and fifty persons aro
constantly employed by tho two houses
of Congress (while in session) in and
about the capitoh
The government has sold more than
$200,000,000 wortk of public lands in
Cure for Insomnia.
Tho proximate cause of sleeplessness
is plethora of the cerebral bloodvessels,
and a palliative euro can bo effected by
anything that lessens the tendency of
the circulation toward the head. lint
a nermanent cure may reoiiiro time
ami patience. l$y night studies brain
workers sometimes contract chronic in-
somnia in that worst form which funis
relief only in the stupor of a low fever,
alternating with consecutive days of
nervous headaches. Ueforming topers
often have lo pass through tho samo
ordeal before the deranged nervous
system can be restored to its normal
.... ...11.. .
contliiion. r icsn ii i r, uspcciuiiy or i
low temperature, pedestrian exercise.
ami an aperient, diet, aro the bestnatur
til remedies, Under no circumstance
should sleeplessness bo overcome by nar
colics. An opium torpor cannot fulfill
tho functions of refreshing sleep
wo might as well benumb tho patien.
by a whack on tho skull. Popular
A Positive ripe for Every Form
Skin mid llhiod Disease, from
Pimples to Scrofula.
ri'IlOl'SA N DS OK LKTTKKS In ourpossessli.n
i re pen i ihis smry: I have been a lerrililu suf
ferer fur years Willi II'ckmI hi: (I Hkln Humors ; haru
been ohllucri lo vliuii pulil r. tilu-a s l.y reused of u.y
ili.lUiiruo; limners; have I. Ad the beet .h)skliilis;
have tpeiit hi.Liireds of t'o lurs and t'ol i o rial re
lief until I used ihu I'L'r.ei'HA Kksumknt, the new
llluud I'nriih r. Ii.teruully. hikI ('i tu iiia and I in
etiiA Soac, the (iri nt skill I'.ires an. 1 Skin I'.eaiill
tiers, i-xlerually, whlel: have cured ilie and li-ll my
skin and blood us i lire un a iliild'.
ALMOST INI REMHLK.
Jnme'K. I;h harrtsen, Cu-I'in llmi-e, New Or.
leans, on oiiih, sa, In I 7o Seniiiiltius Hirer
broke out on no' l 1 1 . in. Ill I was a in is u' eonu;
ti ii Ever thiiii; known In the medic d fn uliy
Has tried in vain. I became u mere wreck At
tine coul. I mjI lift n y hands to my head, could
not turn in bed; Has In coi.xiint ml , and looked
upon 1 f as a curse. No relief or cure In ten yeuis.
In l.-sd 1 beard el Ihe Cuiieura Hi mettles, and ued
Iheiu and was pufe -tly cured.
Sworn to he ore lr.8. Com. , . D. OKA WKOltl).
STILL MORE SO.
Will Melit. nalt. Dearborn Hotel. ChlcaL'ti.
irrat. hilly acki.uw t-dfesa cure of Ktzema, or Salt
It lie') hi, ell head, ne k. face, arras an i by- ?r sev
enteen years ; net able lo move, except on hau l"
and knees, lor oi e year; not able lo help lilm.e'f
lor eltjht years; tried hui.dreds of reined e ; dot tout
proiioancetl I, In case hopeless, pemiini ally cured
byilie Cuiieura Hemede s.
MOKE WONDEUFl'L YET.
II. K. Carpenter, lb nth rnoii, N. V., i nrt .1 t f
Pmriasls or Leprosy, of twenty ycais' standing, by
t'uiii iira lit iiiedies. Iho nw.l wondt rlu c .r. i.n
record. A dusip tiil'ul of sea es full frem I iin da"y.
I'hjsiciar slid bis fr et tN thmiidit he in 1. 1 tee
Ciiresorii tobif .ro a J.iti e of Ihe pent . and
lleutlerson's most promiutnt ciliz- ns.
Write lo us f .r the-e lestiu.t nlals In fu 1 or mud
direct to the parlies. All ire absolutely ti ue and
given without our know !t-d!e o solicit. on ilon'l
wait. Nov-Is Ihe Pine lo cure .very t-pet-.n-ef
Itchliiir. Scaly, ('imply, Hernf l oil". Inlienl.-.t. ('nr.
t.U'ions and t,'tipper-colo'l- d PI ease-, of ihe l.l"od,
Skin and st alp with I.ttps ..f 1 ui r
For Ito"i;h. ( luppe I and
Oilv Skin. I. a:klieads. and
Skin Hleinishes. use Cutkura snap.
SAXFOI'tD'S IIADICAL CURE
Head Cold', Wafr DiscliHrea from th Noe
arid Kv-s, IPiutliiat N"i-es iu the Head, NtrvuiH
ll-a.'.r.ehe ai.d rev.-r Instantly r.-la-ved.
I'hockiti itni'.u' diidoditcil. membrane ctai;-cd
arid lieuted, breath sweetei.etl, smell, las't- and
et.ri i) ir r -tored. and rave checked.
Cotiirh. Itronthius. urniu.ir.i! Ir to the threat.
Pains' in Ihe (heft, Dvperria, Vtas irn t.l
Strength an Fell. I.o-so! S eep, etc . eti ed.
i.-iio I mil.- I!.ii1;.b! (tire, one box t a na-rni m i-
vent and sar.lord's Inhaler, all in one psckae.
rmli k a co'iiplete trea'metit, of all druirtrtu- f.r
I Ask for sanford s Itatilcnl Cure, a pure d si I-
lat'on 1 1 Witch II tzel. Am. Pine, t a Kir. Marl
(.rittl. Clover Hlosfonis, etc. l'unr.n Dm u ami
lit: mica I. Co.. Iloston.
Coliln'a Voltaic fclecirle Plas
ter Inst-iuMy alfeels the Nerv
ous System and binhos
Pain. A nt feet Electric Mat
tery combined with a Porous
Piaster for tt. I' annihi
lates Pain, vitalizes Weak anil
Worn Out Paris, stret tt'hena
.-nts I) sense, ar d does iiime In
IS TOE cm
luU .M'irties. prev
one hall the time than any other plaster lu the
World. Sold everywhere.
Democratic County Conven
He.' Dein crallc voters r.f Ak-xard-rCouniy an-
hereby called to in. ft In their respective iircrli.cn
at he Usual .l ce of vol'ia;, in tbu fttyot Cairo,
on Frill evenliiL'. May IU, lssi, a' o clock, and
In tho county t rennets, en Soi nrttay afternoon.
Mav 17. lssi . o'etjck, lo seed tl.-.et;ales to a
Cout.tv Ciinvenl on lo be to Id at the ( oui t House
in the ( lly t.fl'ai-o.on Mondtiy afternoon, M-iy 1H,
KM, at i o clock, lor Hie purpose m electing itven
i1.-le:.ates to Hie Stale ConventlnU to he I eta In
Peo la J ii i v i. tsl, s.-von t'eleeates to the ton-
zreaMoIial Contention to be h I I iu Cairo Jun" li.
l.ssl; lliret- rteleitat. s to the Appellate C -nvei.linn
to he he d III Ceutralia May til, and tlelenatea
to the hi-naloria! Coriveiitum. And aho lo ap
point a new County Central Commitlee.
ine several precincts are eniimu itite nuiow
Intr I U'tite-r el delejrate". VU
S. cond Cairo .
Fo. rtb Cairo
I nit v ..
Kat C. (drardeau .
I ake MtlliL'an
l-'ilt i ( alio ..
Total, Ki dele.attta.
Di'iiinrrnt Ir cveiv i,r-ciin t nre tirjed to attend
the Prioiaries, and hav a Voice in the se i ction ol
gooil men to r presett tl.emln the county con-
Let us o'L'ante and make a Brand nnit. d t (tort
this vear, a our f.-llow I)- mocratu are doinif
threiiL-hoat the Mate, and victory will be ours.
Tne Chuii rt an and Secretary of each prec net meet
Ine will tiirnbh delevau-s proper cr- iieutlals.
Ity orde-t.l tre Democratic o. ten. oc
Hilts. W. SIIIKLDS, Chairman
B. F. ISi.ake, .Secrelaiy.
til a B
8i S.Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A repnlanrradnato. eThn Oldest Mpcliillat
In tbu United statea, whoae i.o K i.om. i.M tiiiKMT,
tierfeet ini.iboil and vuro niHtlii ina insiiro Si'Km.v
and I'KHMANHNT cliiks of all Privat". Chronic and
Nervous Dtwasi-a. A Unctions of the Itlooil, Skin,
Kliliieya. lllt.dtler, f'l'tit.l l"ti, I It-era, Old
Niirrn, Mtvelllnir l the tsli. nils, Mm-e .Month,
Tbrout, llono I'iiIiis, perinnneally cured aud
eradicated from tho ayalum fur life.
II r nil flllC MUUt, Impntrnrti.Si'tntnal
M Lit I U U O Imhsis, .S xti'i l)',i,y, Mvntal
and l'liinlcal U'raliM, J'niliinj Jlliinonj,
Weak '.'yes, Stunted l)evrtiineut, Jtnpetli
men ts to MttrrUiye, etc., from excesses or any
caiim; nneititij, safety and pi'lrately Cured.
BST Yiinnit, Slltltlle-.Viteil and Old men, and all
who neeil medical skill and eierleiiee, consult
Dr. Hut it .Hence. Ilia oi.inioti costs notliinn. and may
savo future misery and slinitio. When inconvonient
to vifil tlio city ,.r treatment, medicines can ho sent
everywhere, bv mail or mirot.s t'reo Irmn nbaer
viillox. 9 J-It Hsclf-evi.lenl. tli il Jiliysieian who
(tivea bia ivliulo attention to a class of diseaen at
tain itret.t sUlll.nnd iibyiciiiiiatlirr.iitrlioilt the
country, know it... I Ins, frequently recommend ditlicult
cases to tlio Olileat Mpei-liillat, by tvlinm every
know" ir'intl reined v is tised. Tlr. Itatn a
Alio and r.x,,erleneo makn his niiinion of stl
) rente liioiorlunee. ltrf-Tluo olio call sen no
onob.it the I loetor. ConBillInt ions free nnd sacredly
collllilelltllil. Cases which have failed in i.btnininu
relief elietvliere. etiiecinlly Bolicited. Feinnbi Dis
eases treated. Call or write. Honrs, from 1 to t
to m Sundays, lo to VS. OlIluB To llitAUlt
SKNT Kniai. AdilrtBaaaabovo.
Thonftnrn)ff -'rtiipfitif Ncrvmi nphlltty, men
I lit! tunl plivnli'Hl wiktivHH, loMt imniliiniil.iicr-
touh proBirHtioii, iiitt renin i or iti'iisu'tt'itntm,
oxcemii-s nr n y rtiitv,rurul by N E R V I T A .
fltruiiit fnltti Hint It will rur rtrry rnie prutupoimo ttarui La
ut iiifTcror trial tfArknrt'l
on rocfii't of Vi CftiU fin I
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Dr. Kfrtn 1 lli only pHTttrUn In th
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mid dle-s Ki d aud o!d. Itcon'auis V prescription
I r ail a' utu ami chronic diseases, each oua ot
wtieli s iii.auabte. so loin.l hy the Author,
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There i no inembi-r n! sonety to whom this
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(iuard an, inslructer or b ra man Aronaut.
Add:es tho Peabody Medical liiititute. or Ut.
W. II. Parker. No. 4 IliilAnd Street. B itton.
Mass., who may be c nsulted on all dla -asct re-q'li-itiz
skill and experience Ch-ontc and obstl-nat.-
disease that hav bathed I T 1 tb
skill ol all o-her physicians a 11 I jl IJ spa
claltv. Such tr. aied sue- MM I Vlt"' I I?
ces.tilW without an Inst 1111 ijljLdV
ance i I t'i lure Mention this paper.
In the blood is apt to t how lUelf la the Spring,
and nature shoubl tiy .11 meana be nie ed In
throwing it oir. Swift's St ecitlc docs this effective
ly, it is a purely voitelahle, non pol-onona rem
edy, wh'rh helps nature to torce all ihe -.oiion or
taint out Ihroi uti iho po ea of the fkln.
Mr. Robert A. lla-lev, of Dickson, Tenn., wrltea
under datrtuf March H). lssj: "I had chills and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three years, io
tbat I was not able to tttend to my business; had
tred almust every kind of medicine, and f nnd
no re It -f A friend ecotnniei ded Swift's Specific.
I ir'fd one b tt'c and mv health beuan to Improve.
I continued u til I cad taken six bottl.s, and it
has set me on it. v feet, as sound and aa well a
ever. 1 rccnmnieLd it to all similarly afllicled."
Letters from twenty-three (il) ol tho leading re
fall dniauists of Atlanta say, un ertlate March H4
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as any other hood medicine. Wa sell It to all
clns ci. and many of the best fautlllee use It as a
general health t unc "
I am pure that Swift's S'peclllc saved my life. I
was terribly pei'om d with ma'arla, and was given
up to die Swift's So cillc relieved mo promptly
and entirely. I thin It Iho greatest remedy of
, C. d. SPKNCKR,
Suji't (ias Works, Homo, Oa.
I have known and nsed Swift's Spicule for moro
than twenty years, anil have s,.en mi re wonderful
results from lis use than from any rem dy in or
out of the Phtirmacopiiea. It is a certain aud sure
antidote to a. I sorts r f Itlood Poison.
J DICKSON SMITH. M. D.
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