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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOIiNING MAY 25, 1884.
QKOIWJIJ IIAKKDON LKACII, M. D.
PHYSICIAN tfc SUKGKON.
Special aitontinn paid to the II mcrailiic treat
ment of turulral dise .e-a, and d!cuea uf women
ami chi dri'ii.
OKr'HJE On 14th utreet, oppinte. tic l'oat
office, Cairo, III
.1. K. STItONO,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAL'Oi:, EI.K'JTKOVAl'OU nu MKniCAi'KI)
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A lady in Ueiidain.H.
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all r.ualne pron; '. a'lrti-' : if.
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Patrick T. McAlpine,
M;.tle to t. rdPT.
8IU St., tft. ULiii Lev A CoinmiTclal Ave.
caiuo. - - n.
Ri'pairiii? neatly done at short notice.
J-f K. INCH,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. nd Levee.
CHOKE BOIUNO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.VITIOX.
Vafef fidjairoil. All Kind ol Keys Made.
The Regular Cairo & Fadacah Daily
IIRNUY E. TAYLOR, Macter.
UEUliOE JOlfEs, Clerk.
eaei P4jcah for C.Iro daily Caudayi except
d) at 8 a m.. and Mound City at 1 p. m. Kutarr..
pg, loam Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mjumi City at 5 p.m.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEEO and
( omnion inl Av , Let. 8tli & 'Jtli S(s.
(io'til TuraoiiH at Reasonable Rates.
IIorrff'H brinrclml uml wn'.l cured
TKLKPIIONK NO. Vii.
DeliveifMl at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING I'RH'KS:
Ft liutt iin. I't n'a-u Cnpacity &. Price.
C x ii ll.V) 82-1.00
f x tl H;:5() 2H.O0
7 x 1! 'M) :J2.00
7 x 1) 22.V) 30.00
7 x 10 2.VH) 10.00
Tii.-e tank, a-e nn4- of CI.KAIt CYI'.'.KSS. Vt
lii' ln ' ttii , .s:. ute;y hujni'l ud ar W'ATbK
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.Shij,ji(.(l wholouri'l urn well br.iopil
lo prcv-nt thnir li IriL' nek d t tiroken in hutl
I'tirf. K-tiiiit.a furbirhrd lor
'1'iiiiIiH nf itny Siz.
A. KIGGH iV. IlKOiS.,
2'" Ue'.orl St.. Ne Crlesnc, I.a.
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It 1 a l.ur!ii!. i vnn .t lo pvnip vnry 1.-!S. I'.iH to
l...-!. l.irh. U ut "ill. : H!. l is a ;.'iltive cuie.
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PAUL G. SCIIUH,
Scci:il Aut.s. in this citv
lor .alo bv
TlKiii-aii'ls Jias.iiit'il to tli-ir Graves!
Hei j inir ou ttstiD.-uI.i!s wtif'.n ia vivi l
yiiwin lanua.'v it si !;;. m:reu!us
curi.; ui' ic bv ffnii)'' Iiil'cv pull uj duo
ti.r .r nteiit unuie.uc 1. Ms huatuntJ tin Us
mi.ii h) tlieir bt vr? ; hflifViii iu tutir nl
miut lr.s'fie fa: tit that tl.u fame uiiruolu
vvil. Lu jiltI. run.. I 1 11 tlhin, f 11 i tbut tl.e'u
ti-fftimoiii'ils uuke t!io ru.'is, nliile tlie s
calle.l nio l:i'iiii- i.s all ilie titiij huhteniiig
tin 111 ti j t ! 1 -i r lt ivts. l.nv.j avuiiK'il
puMisliint; tr.-:i::.(iu:uN, i.s they dn not
nrke t ! . t ( uri-s, a.'h. U'li v.e b ,v.j
IIIOLSAM); VV!S " HOLLANDS
of tlittii, 1'ii'.: i f !h -nii.ai 'M.iii.li ri'ul curi.o,
vnluut.ri.y tent Us. It i.- i.u- uicdiiiiie,
llnji Bitt rs !hut ii-i!;rs ti e euro-. It has
ncwr fil;l uu'l ie. v r c.n. We i!l ive
rcfi-rct.ee t. any Ii r i.uy i'.'.-imso 8 niihir to
tiiiirown ii iii -ire.l, (r v.ili r. ! r to any
neiyliliorh'wil in tin: kri'wii -. 01 1.1 bu', cu
show its cures Ly II p lli'.t-r-.
A I.OSIMi Ji.iKK.
A pn tiiiiieiit h s-ici tin f I'lt's'iurr said
to a Udy puient w!io v,i.- romplainiui; ot
ht-r C'ritiLued ill lifalih, ami .f his inHl)i!i
ly to cure her, j ikinyly b'ti l : "Try IIp
Bitters!" The Imiy tin k it in farm 8t tii.d
used thu 111 1 1 er f , t'n -in wh'eh s-Ih olitnincd
periiiiim nf lieultii. She iio'v 1 ai'hs tit the
fh-ctor tV-r Lis j ke, hut he it not s i well
pleased with i', rs lt ens? liim :i good j.a
t:eu'. FKES CK U CTOKS.
Thtf tees d ilnetiirs is an item th .t very
many jiersoiis ore iutiii.sl."d in. We he
litVB the telle. Iu!.: fur vi-i's is ',.00, wliuh
woul I tax a iiiiin e ii'lin d to h:s tied fur a
year, fetid in need nt a i;uly vi.it, ever
$l,0U0 a year tor m Lr'il iiitciid aid ulu.-.e!
Andonehottlenfll.111 Hitters tnki n in tune
would save the? 1,000 :,n I the v ir's
a Yady's 1 : 11.
''Ob, Low I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft us y mrs," s:iid a 1 uly to her tr'n ud.
"Yuu cn eti! v make it so," answered the
friend. "How ?" inquired the first lady.
"By UMPf; Hop Bitters that make nure,
rich blood and blooming health. It did for
nic 9 you ohserve."
OlVnS tT BY THE 1XJCT0KS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cur :d by so sin.plo a
"I assure you it is true thnt lie is et.iirely
cured, and wi'b nothing hut Hop Cillers,
and only ten dnys nn his doctors frave him
up and s od he must din, from Kidney and
The Daily Bulletin.
A clearing sab is ia progress at Mrs.
S. E. Wild union's, of Children's School
and Sun Ibts, and a great reduction of
prices is made in all the slmpes and ktyles.
She is determined toclrar out her stuck by
the first ot June, at which time she intends
moving into the building no occupied by
S. II. Taber. Any one desiring anything
in li of Millinery or Notions will do well
to cull at once ai d examine stock and
price?, Hi hhemeiliS bu-in'.-t.s. 3t
Great iiitercbt among the youn people
is being manifested iu the H.urktt Sociable
to be given en. Tuesday evening at Mr.
Caudec's n-hidence ly the youag ladies of
the Episcopal Church. It will bo a novel
ami unique entertainment and promises
mix!) or j 'yiiurit. The youn la lies invite
all tlieir la ly frieu Is t participate with
tit iu in preparing the small (jut large
etiough for two) hf.. attractive lu'ieb bask
ets, which will le s.'d at auction to fhe
highe-t bid ler. Eceh ba.'-k'et will coutain
the crd of the f ir d-nor, who will be the
guest ut the supper of the geutleiusn pur
chasing the basket. In adlitiou to the
lunches livid-.-d :n this agreeable manner,
l.-m.m ice and other dehcacL'3 will bj
provided, and an attractive mu-ical pro
gramme will be presented. We predict a
crowded house and a goid time.
Large qumi'y of stuve wood and kind
ling f..r rale cheap, deliver, d t your house.
Tel'-phoi.e No. 47, Ilox Factory. 2t
G..vcinor Ilun'.ltou issued an order
last Wednesdiy, transferiio seventeen
counties from the Chester Peniteptiary
dittrict to the J diet diatiicr. The counties
were Calhoun, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin,
Montgi mery, Christian, Fayette, Shelby,
Moultrie, Ellinglum, D .ulw, Coles. Cum
btr'.aud, J-ii-per, Edgar, Clark and Craw-f',-rd.
Co in me r.t in upon 'his erder cf the
Governor the SprinefielJ llegisier expresses
the leir that the order will "well nigh de
poju'.atc the Chest, r P.jiiiteiitiary," if not
"render tl.e institution u.-ele.-f1." The Keg
is'ei's fear is no' j'l-dili-d. The er-r-r und
oi l R.' uM 'can party istq ial to the emer
ueiicy it is e(iUtl to any emergency that
threatens the reduction of the number of
the Government's civil army. The Chester
Pen.t. ntiarmy will not be permitted to be
C"ui3 a supeiflu us iustitution in appear
ance, though it Bhould become so in fact.
The circuit courts in every county in this
end of the state send large delegations of
HejiuU'can patriots to the Chester institu
tion at every term. WTe Democrats should
n t object to this, for, while the republican
majority ii thus increased within the Peni
tentiary, it is reduced without. The Circuit
Cuurt now in s-:s.-i.n Ir.-re will reduce the
Republican votn r f this Omgressit al uii
trlct bv ah 'U! fcven votes rui I incie.is' the
H.-pubbcan iiifij irity ia the Chester institu
Large and small irdeis fT fruit and
vegetable box-s promptly attended to at
Bux FnC.ry. 2t
What Mr. Obi-riy is aiming at in his
dissertations about Carter II trrison's taritl
i lea and tin Democratic nomination f ir
Governor of this St:ite, is teisely stated by
him iu the followiug, which is the conclu
sion of au editoiial iu Friday's issue of his
papi-', in reply to a criticism nf the State
I'euistcr: "Dut, mark us: We do not in
sist that a UritT for revenue only plank
shall be put into H12 platform, and tint
Carter shall not be nominated. What c
do insist ou tlrs: I' Ceteris n-miuatel,
do not embrtass him by placing him on a
platform h? cinaot endorse' a tirltT.f'-r
revenue o ily pi itf irm. If you slept that
kind ( a pl itform, do not nominate Car
ter. And that we are wise in this sugges
tion, the Pk 'L'isler will ascertain if as 'only'
platform is adopte 1 and Carter Is nomi
nated." Sensil.de I)"in .crats all ever the
State will agree th it it would not even be
good pi icy to in ike platforms and cu;di
dates without any legard to the harmony of
the "entiments express' .1 by the two, or
even with a fu'l knowk'-lge that there is a
discordant clash between them. While a
union of parts is esijntial to strength, a
uni'y of sentiment is absolutely necessity
to a prop, r inion of the parts. In crder,
therefore, that (lie pnrty may ba strong in
November the Peoria conven
tion tdiou'.d see to itthat
the platform is true to our time-honored
principles, and that the candidates stand
Hat footed and solidly upon it.
Hiiv y tir summt r underwear at Chi
cago Clothing II use. tl &-u
Let's have a general spiing house
cleaning all over the city. It is much
needed, as any n.e who wiii taken drive
through our city und take a good lo. k at
the houses and yards that line the streets
on cither Bide will agree. There is too
much evi.lt nee of slovenliness in the ap
pearance of many of our front yards; lack
of paint or whitewash on wary of the
femes and outhouses indicates a deplorable
deficiency in the love of neatness of those
who occupy the prernbes. IVveity is no
excuse for such a condition of things, f.-r
few people are so poor that thej can't spare
a dollar once a year for a bucket of lime
ami a whitewash brush, and few are eo
busy that they can't ppare an hour rr two
of a year for giving their old fences and
outhouses and bisements a little dressing;
while a nail or two every day would save
the premises from g 'ing to wreck and the
occupant .thereof from tho just criti
cisms of all who pass his abode. Hut if it
is inexcusable in a comparatively poor
man to live in a wrete bed hovel and amid
tilth, what tan bo said of men who are
worth thou-ands and yet permit tlieir real
estate to become eye-tores to tho public?
There are buildings on nearly every princi
pal street in the city, several nf them on
Commercial Avei.u , which are occupied
and bring the owners a handsome revenue,
but which are a positive disgrace to the
neighborhoods in which they arc-situated, if
not to the entire city and they are owned
by men who are worth from ten to fifty
thousand ibdlura in available cash, who
are doing a pMluble business besides, and
yet let their piopi rty go to the devil to all
appearances. An.Use youiselves, gentlemen.
Look at yi ur watche 1 property as others
See it and then reflect see? if your mind
does not involu,.t nily revert from the ugly
sight to the owm r of the property and re
coil at tlte thoiir!,t that you are fiat indi
vidual. Come, gi.titli men, 1. t's have things
tleaue I up and repaired a:;d 111 ide to look
as though w.; ud som: ii,tie.-t in life
such as it i-; and prove to ourselves ui.d
others that v,e are not dragging tbr ugh
life in a happy-L'o-lucky g irt of way. Clean
liness an I i;eiti.e-s are m xt to Godbness,
and may ' th.. oth.T fellow" take the oppo
site wherever they are permitted to prevail.
Just r.-c. iv-d the latest style: in straw
hats at Chicago Clothing Iluu.se. tl.&U -
The few fortunate ones who heard the
divine music of the great violinist Rjiuenyi,
when he pUyed on the 0 era House stage
here, we siy "few" because there were
comparatively very few present, and we say
"d.vitie" because, if arything produced en
earth by human hinds ever is or can be
divine, it was the music drawn from the
violin by the old man, Iteinenyi these
few will experience another thrill of pleas
ure, as they read the following which we
clip from the editorial columns of tho
SpriDgfield U gister. ''A somewhat singu
lar t ccur'rrnc t ) k place in the ltev. Hen
ry Ward LVecher'a churJi Sandy. When
tue benediction had bt.en pronounced after
the morning sermon, Mr. B.-ccher invited
the congreg.tion to remain a short time
and listen to the Hungarian violinist
Keuienyi. Mr. Heecher went on to say that
thu stringc-l instruments were good enough
for Divilof old anj they were good
enough for the Christians to-day. After
the brief intra iuctory Reuienyi took a
seat on one of the pulpit steps and played
a beautiful selection, and the congregation
sat and listened. When he had finished
the first selection a wave of applause was
started which Mr, Ueecher, who sut in his
chair on the platform above the violimV,
checked, remarking 'I should be sorry to
hava you applaud one of the prsytrs''
When he had ceased speaking Kenienvi
played the Hungarian national church
hymn and Mr. Heecher thanked him, say
irig he hoped Hint in his own country, to
which he is about to return, be would have
one tlo usm ith pait uf the hat pinet-s he
had caused in this country."
Ex .mire th-: Pongee silk coats and
ves's f ir suuim r wenr. Chic igo C'JothiDg
Republican Co. Convention.
The second convention of the Republi
cans was h.-ld at the Court H-use jester
day afternoon. The object was to select
delegates to the Congressional and Senator
ial Conventions and to s-lect a new Coun'y
The convention was called to order by
Chairman Hughes of the Central Commit
tee. The temporary organiz ition was ef
fected by the electi n of A. Comings as
Chairman an 1 J. II. Woodward as Secre
tary, which orgau'z ition was subsequently
made tlie permanent organization.
A committee of fifteen on credentials re
porttd ail but two of the fifteen precincts
A ino'ion that the Ciiairinen of the dele
gations not present in full bj p-Tinitted to
cast the full vote of the delegation upon
ail questi. us arising before the convention,
with the consent of the members of his
delegation who were present, was carried.
A commitue of fifteen to select dele
gates to the Congressional and Senatorial
Conventions reported the following named
Congressional delegation, J. A. M. Gibbs,
Samuel Drily, E. A. Ibrrell, C. O. Patier,
Charles Lancaster, A, Comings, C. R. Wood
ward, Charles Neliis, Charles Galigher, J.
L. Corcoran, Jno. Tyler, J. J. Bird, Wr-r-n
Wims, Jno. Gladnej, George Robin
son, II. II. Candee.
Senatorial delegation, J. A. M. Gibbs,
E, A. Ilarrell, J. L. Corcoran, Wood Rit
tenlviuse, J. A. Goldsiine, W. N. Butler,
Samuel Orr, Samuel Booker, J. II. Wood
ward, D. J. Baktr, Harris Schulze, J. II.
OT.rier, ('. W. Curtis, J. A. Lipsomb, Re-u-b"n
Smith, Samuel Brily.
The delegates to the Congressional
C'onuiitiun were instructed to vutu for
Cap'. ,Tuo. R. Thomas for Congressman,
and Mr. Jno. Stem, of Randolph County,
for nieiubi r of th" State IJ .ard of Equ.ali
Zitior. The delegates to the Senatorial
Convention Were uot instructed.
A committee of fifteen to select a new
County Central Committee reported as fol
First Cairo pn cinct, II. II. Candee, lbrry
O'Brien; a!tcrnat(., L. D. Bailey, Gcorg?
Second U iro precinct, C. R. Woodward,
Ch:ii lea Anderson; alternates, Jeff. M.
Clatk, A. Comings.
Third Cairo, Geo. Fisher, James Wheol
er; alternates, Warren Wims, W. D. Lip
Fourth Cairo, C. O. Patier, Jno. Glad
my; alternates, Samuel Orr, Samuel Booker.
Filth Caiio, Charles Lancaster, John
Tyler; alternates, George Woohn, J. J.
At l.ug.', W. M. Murpliy, Dr. J, A. M.
Clear Creek, S. E.Walker; Eist Cape
Girardeau, J. L. Sanders; Thebes', Jno. Mil
ler; Santa Fe, Alex. Ireland -r Qoose Island,
J'.ss'j J.itks"n; Lake Milligan, Jno. Mc
Dowell; Iktch Iti'lge, Atlas Ilatrell;
Hodges Park, Dr. lirooki; Sandusky, Geo.
Miller; Elen, Jas. F. Standard.
The question of nominating a county
ticket was bro-iched in the couiseof the
proceedings, but w as, after some consulta
tion between the leadiDg members of the
party, promptly squelched.
Thee invention was very orderly through
out its proceedings. True to their caucus
agreeuiin, the anti-Thomas men did not
demonstrate their presence in ar.y way,
though several were on hanl watching the
proceedings with interest.
Tin; t"Hucs p utruyed by the author of
the "Int'i riio" uro tear, ely greater than,
tho to suffered daily by thu victim of neu
ralgh or rheumatism. For a long time,
Mrs. Morris (). Williams, of West Exeter,
N. Y., w is unable to rise from her bed
without assistance. One bottle of Athlo
phtr s, the great specific, cured her and
111a le her feel, as she herself ixpress it,
"like a new woman."
W. P. I.amhwn, river canorol iik I'i-i.i.utin
at.j t .-a.nii.Mt passeu.T aent. Or.lem for all
kindr tifru-arahuat Jun .rintiiii anllrltud. j;!'.te
at L jor' Kiiropean Hot.il. No. T2 Ohio luvce.
STAGES OK THE IllVEIt.
Toe river marked by the gauge at this
pott at 0 p. m. 20 feet 1 inch and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 21. River 4 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 21. -River 13 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 21. River 7 fret 0
inches and falling.
Xaihviile, May 21. River 5 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Plrsburg, May 24. River 4 ftft 3 in
ches and falling.
at Louis. Miy 21 River 18 ft 5 incb
e i-n 1 failing.
Tiie City of Providence from St. Louis
is due here for Vicksburg this evening.
The Buckeye State from Memphis leaves
hc-;e.at 7 o'clock this morning for Cincin
nati. She is the finest boat of the C. & M.
Packet line. W. F. Lambdin, Passenger
The little popular packet Alf Stevens
left here for St. Louis yesterday evening at
2:110. She had 40,000 feet of lumber. Capt
Hugh Funk went on her ss one of the
The City ol Caiio from Vicksburg pass
c ) up for S Louis last night.
The Hudson Irom Shawneetown passed
ed up f.-r .tit. Louis hast night. She had a
The Ohio from Cincinnati passed Jon
forMemjhis last night. She had a good
The Wyoming from New Orleais will
pass up for Cincinnati early this morning.
The Centennial left. St. Louis yesterday
evening for New Orleans and is due here
The Dexter from Evar.sville will report
here to-day and return.
The U.S. Rhea from Nashville will ar
rive here to-night and departs on her re
turn trip at 10 a. m. to-morrow.
Capt. B 'b Devnre has charge of the ferry
boat Golconda, while Capt. John Hacker
superintends repairs on the ferryboat
Three States, now ou the Ways at Mound
('apt. Hiram Hill, after several week's
ab. ence, returned yesterday morning w ith
his machinery boat, Charlie Hill. Tlie
(,'aptaiu made a successful trip.
If the blood circulation is unobstructed
there is no chance for Blight's disease, and
St. Jacobs O.l will increase the circulation.
YEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
noons solo very close
NEW YORK STORE CO,
i 'minTUirclal Avnn '
Catarrh KI v" ,
Ti v-?S.;. lU't-'im bin in
5v?$W . HFinl r. . v.. j .Miof ,
cure. Not a Li
quid or Siiuif. Ap
plied with finger. Give it a Trial.
5D c nt. at drnL't'i-ta. 9) cenu by mall retfleter
cd. Srirt f.ir rln ular.
tl.Y UUOTIIEK9, D.-uii lit. Oweo,N,V.
Pl'M.MEIt LAW LECTKES(nlna weekly) begin
10th July, ISS4. and und 10th houtembar. llaro
proved of alxnal U'e. -lnt. to itadvnti who deitim
to pursue their studio at thin or other Law bchom ;
.l, to tlioao who pioooRt) to read privately; and 3d,
to prartionvrt who hava Dot had tha advantnee of
nvatemaiic lnmrilcl:on. Kor circular addreei (P. O.
Univemltyol Va.)toJohn B. Minor, 1'rur. c.ni.
and Stat. Law. iit-Im
From these sources arixo three-fourtha of
tlio iliHcaaes of tho huniHU race. Tiieso
Bymptorus Indlcato their existence ! Von of
Appetite, liowela cottive, Hick Jlead
Hclie, fullneaa Uer tatlng, avenlon to
eiarUnn of body or liiliiU, Kroctatlon
..r food, IrrlUMllly of temper, low
aplrlU, x t lnK of havlnn neslectcd
ome lllt7, lilitlMM, Fluttering t the
Heart, ot before the tytn htchly col
ored I rlne, COKNTllTloV Bn I do
manilthouse of armnedy that aets directly
V.n. A''i,.V('r- AsaLlver me.Uolno TCTT'8
I'l LL.S4 have no e jual. Their action on tho
Kidneys and skin la also prompt; removing
nil impurities ttirotiRli tiieso three " iot
en per of the ivitem,' prclucinn appe
tlte, sound digestion, rfuliir HtrKils, a clear
Hklnand a vigorous body. TTTT'S 1'ILLS
eaiHo no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with daily work and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nE FEELS LIKE A 11; W 5IA3V.
'1 have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
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kinds of puis, ami TITT'S are the first
that have dono me any good. They have
cleaned mo out niccfy. My appetite la
hplenili.l, foml Ulgcsts readily, and I now
have uutural passages. I feel like a new
man." W. b. KUWARDS, Palmyra, O.
h'untveTTTfherp.arki. OHii-o,44 MurraySt.,N.T.
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ha. none nieso mnch cood that I feel like fating
this for tlie bone-Ill ur thotie ho uffer like I did. I
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medicine, but Bono had th.a deiered etTtx't. After
umnii ix bottl" of Swirr's srEeinc I am rvatorvd
t perfect heal h with uot a niu of that awfal
Vo ir tru'y, DAVID NEsCITT.
1 lia.ll.it tli'rtv-e "ht yeirs nuT?d crcrr prins
ami H'lriim. r niili r.ii'un link, which I cont acted
iu t ailil.ii; wlie:. a b-.y. I tried ev.-r tiling for It,
tncai'l'ti-' iraiiv phvulcatt. hut with Mt any benefit.
I took six belt " ol Sw.ft' .SucitlciS. S. S.) four
year a.'n, and it cured m found and well. Tlime
r uiiiDiere bue as-. .1. sr.il 1 have had tie return of
j .fK! a ISiusi.kv, Columbu, Ua.
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c : ll c ; h ve cured r everal cae permanently In a
vir. eliori time. Oue case which I am now treat
Inn wue clvea np to die. and after uning three bot
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will care ber. 'The moat remarkable cae of all wa
a ladv with medul try cane r of the womb, for whom
I had t:o hope wha'ever. After union oue bottle I
a in r a'istie I rbe will oon be cured.
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