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rUBLIBHSD 11Y JOHN n. OllEIlLY A CO.
. u. uahukl:., Associate kditou.
A Wire Elope with JIcrKrotlii
From Dip Hastings (Minn.) t'nloli, 1'uli. H'-J
Free love doctrine's tuo spre:t(llns und
accomplishing their legltimnlo work.
Bevera.1 VeaValngo a itiiin nnd woman (wo
do not mention names out of respect to
thefeollnga of some of the ptirtk' Inte
rested) Were married In this city, and up
to wlthlnWew weeks have, to all appear
ances, lived liuplly together. Tough
neither of thqm wore members of any
church, they have moved in elevated
circles, and, for aught wo know to
the contrary, have been mod.
els of vlrtuo and propriety.
Some time In the early part or January
a brother of the huaband camo.out from
New England, and through tholnllueiice
of his brother obtained employment, n
has, alnco hia arrival, been mak ng Ills
homo with his brother and Hlster-lti-law.
Everything parsed in the most amicable
manner until within the last two wuokn,
when -tho husband bi-gan to entertalu
suspicions that too great an Intimacy ex
isted betweon his wife and her brother
Jn.law. Finally ho charged the guilty
pair with falsity, and received In reply
an outspoken avowal from each of them
that "they lovod not wlsely .but too well."
The husband was astounded, but at once
took such measures as ho supposed would
restoro light to' his beclouded hearth
stone. He turned his false brother into
the streets aud forebado his wife Laving
any further Intercourse with him; but,
afterward, upon tho .assurance of both
brother and'wIW that tho "thing should
So no furthor," ho restored his brother to
Is place .within bis heart and household.
Hut tho end was not yet.
Early on Friday morning last tho litis
hand awoko aud found that tho partuer
of hlsjoyaaudjiorrowa had disposed of
ber sharo of tho stock in trade, and trans
ferred her heart's alleglanco from its legal
shrine, aud deserted his bed and board
for the fascinating brother's1 protection.
In short, he learned that ho had been
cherishing a viper in tho bosom of his
nowly Imported New Hampshire brother
and that In tho lonely hours of tho night
that brother had stolen his loved one
aud gone. with herout into thocoltr.charl
ties of tho world. Like a sensible man
ho did not threaten deatli and destruc
tion to tho guilty pair, but remains
quietly at home, awaiting with patience
tho hour when the prodigal shall return
and claim his forgiveness.
The guilty wllo and her paramour havo
probably sought the home of her father
In the Immediate vicinity of tho moral
village of JSorthfleld.
POSITIVELY TWO NUJHTS ONLY.
Great Pictorial Tableaux
Or the Hoi jr Illlilc.
Friday and .Sniiirda) KvciiIiig.!,rnrtli:l&
A series of magnificent paintings. Illustrative- of
HcrlptUM history of the Old nml New Tu.Uuient. Tim
Dicturei, ihlrtynmnln uumtxr. nrn nlno feet hiRh y
'. . 1--... l.A.I.A.nlnlfliinn.lrillli
sixteen cei lonu, nun iu """' :".
tnt artists of tills country. They are recommended
by promlnont divines Amjrifi iro i.nc.
limited In the principal tltleinf tin; I'nlted Isle, to
millions of people ami have everywhere called forth
the greatest udmlratiouand juaise, a they aro not
only very beautlfulbtit highly instructive.
AdmlsslonfcBlsichlldrcn WcvitU, reserved scats
A grand. uiatlneo will to given for tho benefit of
tauies onu cniiureii,r,uiuij iiuniiouii ... -j -
AlimiSSloa .l-eilis,riiiiun-i ... mi.-.
An explanatory lecture, will bo ilelivcroti at each
exhibition, by,.,., Pro..orj.ItINTON
Be t can )o reserved nt tb tloket union 1'rldsy mid
i. . i. . . in l.t ..i.lrwlii
M'Xo extra ohrK fr M-nm -ui to-morrow.
I.UZ4I N3I1TII Iralilrlil, Ii of. ofljin
'..!. Vi:iCll'l'...-....l'ror, Mnllirnmtlcx nml
I'rliii ipai hum 1 110
V.V. TKrM:il l'ror. l KiikIUIi.
1L. l.IIUIXOl'li Irrlurixiii C'wiiiint'rrlnl
I. l,.Jl'i:r,,AI.I.I.iiitiirrroii I'liykUluKX
IIIIU II) fi.UI.i-,
JIIW. I.. n. SMITH, 1'rcccptrc.tiiiKl I'nnclpnl of Mif
JlliSW. WHITMAN, Prlnelpnl of Primary Hcliool.
MIM (I. WHITMAN. Altiint " " .
Jlllrt. U. i:. i:M.UTl',Tvadlivr of OrnatnriiUI Work.
Coursos of Stnidy:
The Clamicul ami fkMeiitlflo courici of thla luliui.
lion hicludn thn iiitiik imiHlly pnmunl, aul upon
tliolr uccpful completion tlm regular ilrgri'v ro
. . hi nim;.hs NCIIUOL.
Thecouraoof in this rohool Inoluilen IViunrtiihtilp
Coiiiiiicrclal Arilhiiitttc, lool..KVejiiu(;, TclrL'upli
lrnranl cotmiK-rcial l.air,wltli tho degrco of Matter
1 ' JtlUNIO Ht'HOOI.
In this ichoollnilrurlion ( kIvchIh tho practice o
inutlo upon liintrumentii, autl In theory, Including
thorough lla, llnrtuoiiy, Couiiter)lntand Uampo.
Itlon, with reference to preparation for teaching If
lUt:iA.KATOKY UKI'AHT.UIIS T.
ThU depi.rtment includes the ntudies neceiiury to
rpeparefora regular vure in ColIg.
It also includes ucourienfhtuily nrranr"! for (hot
w hose time or means nro limited uud uru' thereby uu.
able to pursue one luoroxteudU,
Tuition or besiiouof 20 weeks, In Colic
, four.s . fa w
Tuitlin In llusmeas Hchool so ou
" In I'rejiaraiory Department ) ou
' Common Emsllsli is no
" Higher " is w
" lJinguafgei M M -jo it)
I'roctico of Music !io ui
" Theory of Music sj w
M Use or Instrument , M 6 Ui
" Vocal Music, (in class; 6 uu
" l)win2...r...M... M ,., fi w
" Urnanieatal Work 6 ui
The Library and Heading Koom, which containsall
Iht.leadiBg penodcisls, ate free to the studtnta,
Board Inprirats families., including light and fuel,
tan U obtained at Irom St to 1J per week.
The next session opens on Thursday, January 27th,
UTO.asd continues 2d weeks,
fttudrnts admitted at any lime.
yr further Information address the President, or
. ,. . . A- J- WAIUJEN,
Jwllirtm Clerk efUsatdsf Trustees.
Sanction for the Hair.
itig o urfr Hair Hi
'' ' 'Original
Phalon's "Vita" difiers
Utterly fromJjM'thc 41 dyes,"
colorcra,"ymd " restorers "
(?) in te. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoctro'is, precipitates
no muddy or flaiXnlent mat
ter, requires no shaVyng up
and communicates no J.tain to
the skin or the linei. No
paper curtain is nccpusary to
conceal its tudipj)caranee,
for the sirnercason that V
not turbm. It is,, to all intents
and puwoses, a new discovery
in Toili Chemistry.
GST plurias "Vitalia" is
warranted to uf qt a change
in the color of the nVdr within
10 days after the firstipplica-
tion. me direction' bemi
IT IS AS CiyfkW AS WATRR I
AND s4a$ NO SI-Dl.MlT.
Price, One Dollar per Box
cont'nino nvt hotilks.
Sold by al!S)rug gists.
If your Druggisj has not
" Vitalia" on hand write, en
closing i.oaJmd we will
forward it ferfmcdiatcly.
Phalqn & Son,
.517 Broadway, N.W.
Dk. U. lW'JdAirly.
THE BEST and SUREST
o I i n u a. Cr 33 I
ENDER'S CHILL CURE
C'anlnln nil (ututae or Arculc,
In not UnplcnmuU to Itie Tuitej
( tillilreii will (nko It wltliont liculln
TUB l'UllMC. ANI
MANY K.HINEXT 1IYSIIAXS
Aflfr n fair trial, prououncn It tlilt of all mull
clu yf t knownfor tlif pn-dy mul cirtalu ;iiri of
FKVKIt and AGUE, or CHILLS and l'F.T5It
ri. in ml Pr r eaiise.l from a' rciUm lioison
..lilini in thn .tmn.nli.rl Innvu M tnaUtla. It tO
duces the Titality of the hleod retards I Re action of
tlio iiuiereni organs, ami causes iiiiuouiiivki,
patlon, etc., and In this way prepares tne system tor
any iimracui , iiiuid ieriuiiH uniuir i.iii
low. Toaroidfiirlho-irouoio. art re"eve TOimeit
of Una I! irix.f , tuno
i:sm,ivs ciiiMi cum:.
It mlinillates the organs to perform thoinlltlerem
functions, and acts as an antUlotu to me poison which
causes Ike Forer and Ague, and therehy restores tho
system to health and tone: and n goodtoniu audi as
KNUEIt'S STOMACH WTTKKS,
Will glvo strength and appetite, will destioy that
feeling of weariueas that clings so tenorlously to nny
one hen recovering from this ilueaxe It Is highly
recomiiKiiJeil for thu euro of Iiyupepsia,
And for coughs, colds, bronchitis and cniisumptioii.
It is not toU surhsed. AS A TUMO HKYKItAOK
Itis uaeqiialled, anil Is a sum preventive, against
Chills nud Fcier if taken regularly.
n. r. 11. KNimiiA,
ulS W PADUCAII, KENTUCKY,
For fialoby 11A1ICLAV llllOrt., Ohio Uvco.
Jg H. HAKHKLL,
(JueeiiKWuro, llnr 1'ixtiircn, (llnsswnro
IIOUHIS KU11NISII1NCJ CiOOIlH,
Nos. lH5aiidlH7, Com. A v. I OAIUO LL,
JOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON
Is supplied with all kinds ul
Ileer, Ale, Ac,
Commorclal avenue, bet. Ninth aud Tenth street.
The thirsty, who love good liquors, should give lilra
a call, and those who wlnli to pud a trsgraut clgur can
tare their wants euppllel at his bar, declUdM
H. WARDXKII, 31. 1).,
Office ovorToit Office.
fcpOiliiHtf Itcililenco M Wnlnut street.
Ifuvini; opened mi olHcr In ronnn over tho ttnron
MnirH. llnyiit-H.l Moo, Ku. lal Coiimiorcliil mrnuc,
bcl lonvo tD oiler liiii ocrvU'M to tliocltlrn nf Ulro.
lllIKKUa TO-Ilr. N. ti, ImvIs Clilao(,
II. W. nyinuti'l( Hin.i Chlcusot
itonj. Stlcknry St. .our;
lUAi. 'llioiilai Hitlnif, 0 , ,
K. y, llqotli, l'lillii'1''llil.
jjR. W. It. SMITH, '
J'llY.SIC'i.Vx AM) SlHUiKON,
UflitSK Dili COHMKItt'lAI., AVKNt'l!
(Over lltipiiuu'n llook Stori",)
iti.i ln-n, No, 11 Tlilrtatnth rflrct.
lUinKNOK-Cr. Oth ml Wnlimt Htrct
tvI-10fV-Cor. Otli Street nml Olilo l.evee.
OI'KICK 1100IUJ-Kiom tt a.m. to 12 tn anil lrn
REAL ESTATE 0ROICERSJLETC:
(Successor to John Q. llsrmsn A Co., J
ItEAL KSTAT1J AUK.NT
llnra ninIiMU Itenl Kntaln. nnT4 Taxe. furnishes
Ahstraots of Titlo, Mid jirviar Conreyauces of all
lads. omco, No.7l2d llqoOOhlo,l.ee. marl8tl
"LLINOIS CENTltAIi KAILUOAU.
Oitk'ko.st Iluuto from the Sutli
HI. Louis, liUtiUvllle, Cincinnati, Clilcn,o,
aiw I lira, jjusiuii;
ALL 7'0AT.S EAST AX.O X011T1I.
t'osscngar trains arrlro at and Iraru Cairo as foil
tilS P. M
AltlllVfi Ui.10 A. .11.
Ia'AHT-UriO A. SI ......3il.l V. l
llotli trains connect at Cenlralla with trains on ill
At l'aaa, Ufoalur, lllonmlnilon, 3 I'aso, I.a Hnlle
.McniJOlH, rrcrport, oairna, uubiiiu,
and nil points in
Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and
And Kith lints running lint nml West for
St. Louis, Hiiriiiirllelil, LoiiIstIIIc, inclti-
iniii, imiiauuituii.4 nun oittiiiints,
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
coutctrn, and l'ltUburg. iorl naynoaud
Chicago lUilroiJs for
DETHOIT, NIARAltA FALLS
WAHIIINGON CIV, and
For throupth tickets and Information, apply a
Illinois Central llallrutd Ucpot.
W. I'. JOHNSON,
General rossenger Agent, Chluago.
JAJIKS JOllNsUN, Agent, Cairo. )as23dt'
pENiS-SYLVANIA CENTRA Lit .
I) lu SI ii I! T JC A C'K.
01 .MIK-d .lie Shortest lEuutc lo Now York!
Atl'lttshitiKtriltufrnm tho Woit run tllrci t lo the
Uhiou ileot, w . iu iniucngers for llurn.burjj. lUltt
more, Wiuhlngton, rhllsJelphla, New York, lloston,
nnd all the ."e l.nglamt lownx, aro transferred to
Hay you tickets for New York, I'litladelplilu and alt
pointk Kmt. viatha l'llUlmrg, lort Wayne A Chicago
BtidthpFem. "'vanMCeotrullUilroa l. The trains ol
I I, It I N OIK C i: T It A Is
mnko clove connections at Moltoon and Chicago t "and
tho entire trip loNew York Is mule with only two
Changes of cars.
lMcKiuit Tl'Jtic I'aiHt'iiccr t'tirH,
Itnlaeil Uoofr niilpriivcil Neat!
Theso cars are thoroughl) ventilated ami provhled
with every modern improre.iieut nevrasary to the
safety and comfort of travelers
NTATE-HOOJI HI.KIJPI.NfJ A1tK,
Hun through to Philadelphia on all Night Trains,
nud New York nil Philadelphia aud Allentown, with
out change, itllordlng Piunengers 11 night of undis.
Imbed rest, and
Landing; lliein lu Sew York lloiirn lu
Ailvuuvo ul nil utlicr I.tucn!
And In tlmo to secure Hotel nccommodatlcns befois
tho urrivul of the pussengers by other routes.
To llpston ami rew hugiana paiiengers whs rouu
is eipeclullyileslraUe.ns it gives them an opnortimltj
of seuing thu llnest YiywM among the Alleghan
Mountain, besides visiting- Pittsburg, Phlladelphii
To Hoston and New Kugland paiiengers this route
and New York( TOtlliout JUIruusi.
tr AH New F.ngland passengers holding through
tickets will be trausferrod. with their baggage, to Kail
and lloat Connection, lu 'w York, without charge.
FoHr Dally Trains LcavoN. Y for Iloston.
Tlilrtccii Dalljr Trains Leave riilladclplila
for 'ow York,
Via Jersey City and Cam Jen and Amboy. Distance,
IW miles; Tune. I hours.
This W tho only route y whlflh wssongers can leave
Chicago (Saturday alUrnoon, In through car. Thw
train leaves tho' Pittsburg, Fort W ayne, t Cli leago
Hallway l)eiot at 6:30 p.m. und funs through without
delay, irrivlng in hew York at wsj ' Monday morning.
Hours lu Atlvauco of Oilier Lines I
The 0:00 p.m. train from Chicago arrives in. New
Uorkat;lSa.m.thorii:CONI) MAY, a l.a "onrsi
In Atlviiuvi) ul' nny ullier Itoutol with cor.
respornhng reduction to lloaTON, PHILAUKLPIIIA,
r nacgago cIicckcu wiroua," o
ilnoot the Pennaylvniila Hallway, ami to llulilmore
Philailclphiaand Now York, from Pittsburg, Chicago,
e- itatca of freight and express freight to any
Eastern point, aro it all tlniea as favorable as are
charged by other lines. ... , , .
.o Through tickets for salo at the principal officer
In (he West. EDWAIM If. W1LLIAMH.
Oeneral bupenntendent, Alloona Pa,
T. L. KIMBALL, Paiscngcr Agent, Chicago.
ILLCOX & fIBBS
Nllntt MM fnlljr
IS THE 1EST l'Olt FAMILY USE.
-ItrlH Stllch, Hem, Fell, Tuck, 'orI,
V llltnl, Ilinl.l. tiullt nml i:uil)roliler
Iteiiiitllnll)-. It will, with thn FlM'.vrnccdlonnd
thread, run from perfect work On the llni'nt Salneool:,
cuertliolieavlctbcaverclntlinnd eowhido, with NO
change of needle, thread or tension. It lll us?
coarse potion, linen, illi nud tulnc. It runs easier
fiistcrntnl stilKT than any other machine. It forms a
tint, even and elaitlc soani.illllcriiig from otery other
stitch, each loop being TWISTKU by inemn of
TIIK "ItOTATINO llbOK,"
and ilrairllig tho twist into tho good, thus securely
Infleiilng every stitch, t that the seaiu will liear lo Ikj
cut at frequent Intervals, and In that case even, tho
seam la warranted not to rip In wear, and under
all circumstances to "survive the WHshtub." Old,
worn out family garments, bosoms, pants, dresses.
Ac, linvi been submitted toC'oniuillieiisat KA1KN
where was tho tillKATIMT CUM PETITION, and to
this Hlltcli premiums have been nnarded for Hi;
aiinorlorliy, Iturabllll)', .listlclly ' nud
ItcMQly. . . ,4 .... m
A paumteil device preveals the possibility of tho
machine bclnj run lu tho wrong direction, or the
balance wheel ever wearing or touching the dress.
TtlK NEEDLE CANNOT HE SET WHONO.
Thus avoiding thegreat trouble of other inaolilnes.
NO IIHEAKINCI OF NEEDLES,
The blade of the needle is less than three-Mirths
af an Inch lonj, and Is straight.
Anyone rosy adjust them IN THE DAHK. The
hem may be of any width. No other he miner or fel
ler Is like this. It turns the hem on the right or un
der sides., you want It. . ,
It iTllruot drop Ntltchre, as the needle Is
always set right, tho blade short and straight, does
nut vibrate, Hue longer ones. They aro
MANUFAUTUrtEO WITH MATHEMATICAL PltK
CISION. Henco, (ock pjrt is interchangeable an-, can be tt adl
ly.replaced in case of uccldeni. It will last a genera
Ion. Improperly cared for. None whj has used It
esn bo persuaded to use any other.
The roundness, evenness, durability and beauty ef
WfltE NEVEH EQUALED.
Its RAPIDITY, AIWOLUTE 8TlLLNEi3. .EASE
OF MOTION, narrowcess and neatneis of ItsHLM
and FELL were uever approached by any other
The Pltu3 universally pronounce this the IIIT
FAMILY HKWINO MAG1IINK IN THE WOULD.
Whatever the jnenla of the other machines. It Is no
disparagement to say the Wilcox J r.lbln Is worth,
for f.imliriue, double that of any other ever ottered
to the public.
It received the flold MtMlnl of the American In-
stltulo-tlio l-imi PltKMll'M ror
"THE UMT HEWING MACHINE,"
al the great New England Fair the Vermont Htale
Fnir th Pennsylvania Stale Fair te Indlanabtate
Fair the W vconsinStato Fair the Michigan Mate
Fair the Iwn Mate Falr-ane" at over iO County
Fairs thruiiihouttlie West making more First Prenp
funis tr.sn were taken by all other feslng Machines
together In thesarnv time.
It linow the (Jreat LfatllntjFamllrSoitliHj
ALL OVEIl THE WOULD.
We take other machines In eicKange. We sell
OII,CorT05. fit. Twnr and Nnotts lor every kind
of bowing Machine.
Aa;cnfaVantrl. Terms to Agents, descriptive
circular aid specimens of work, sent free by mail, on
receipt of ' stamp, or had of
tOKNKM-, 1VAUI & COMIXOS,
1X1 1.ako Street. ChiCAgo.lluois.
V M. NEWELL,
Wholetalo and IU tall .ealr U
IIAIII) AM) ISOIT liVMIIEK
Of all Ueacrlptloni. Nlrnuiltont Lumber sawed
to order 011 short notice. Alo a general assortment
on nana 111 anl.
NOTICE-Orders left with Jo. I. AWL Agent,
will be promptly tlllel night or day. janifti
XCarcl and Soft J xxxxxloox-
of evsry dtscrlpliou,
Lalll, Ktilnjrlrsi Bad Cedar l'ot.
YAHD AND OFFICE Corner Conrmerelal avenue and
Onl.rs solicited and uromptly Ollesl. fileamooal
Lumber furaishnl on short Holier. ottu-eiii
ILLIAil W, TIIOltNTON,
Wholesale and lUtall Dealer In
JLm xx in bor, SUiJiffloas
Cedar I'osts, Doors, Kaah, Illlnda and Win
Olllcv on Tenth rStrc(,
etween Commerclsl and Washington Avenue
llock Hittr Paptr Company' Sheathing Ftll
II. W. Joltu's Imiirovetl UmIIuk-
Asbestos Cement always on
In large or small quantities,
OIIKAP FOR CANIIt
UnslucssCarda, (Ilrlstol) . 91 to 7 per 1000
Nteamboat Illll lleaits . $5 to 08 per 1000
Kuvelopea 85 to 88 per 1000
Illll Heads, ..... S19 per Ucnin
Otlier Work In I'roportlou
WE UUAltAXTEE SATISFATION.
BOOK AND JOB OFFICF
lliorutn's DullUlug-, Teutlt St.,
370II NAI.li-12 Bharea f Stock in the Cairo City
? Property Company. C. WINSTON.
It. JOHN HULL.
DR. eTOI-IJST BUXL
MANUFACTllltEIt AND VKNDEIt OK THE
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP
FOIt THE COIIE OK
AGUE AND EEVER
OK I IIII.LS ANIt Villi.
rplli: proprietor 01' this oelebralud medicine jii.tly
J tlaiius for II n sUMinoritr over nil rrineillu. i ter
oMcredtothe public for thn 4r, mm, tfttdf ami fir
mum., miui K'" aim rover, or tiiiiia ana reirr
w hether of short or long .landing. Ho refers to the
entilu V.tstern nnd Kiuilmenlcrii country to besr lulu
testimony to the truth of tho irtin, that In no
caxouhtitcvcrwill it fail to cure, if the directions are
atrli tlvlolloMett and carried out. In a great many
cases 11 s.tiglo doso h:i,bcen stilhiienl for 11 cure, and
wiioii! lamiiies navo been cureil by a single Isitlle,
with 11 perfect restoration 01 tho general health. Ills,
however, tirudent. and In everv ciu. fMore eertaiii tu
cute, If Its tisols cnntliintd In smaller iloaes for a
wetu or two alter tlie disease lias U t iioheike.1, inure
especially In dltllcult and Ions tamllngeu.es, I'su
ally, this ini-lieimi will not lenuirH any aid to keep
wie lowcis 111 koou oraer i snouiu 111c patient, l.owev
er, require ntathartla ine.licine, nfier having taken
three or four doses nf tho Tonic, a single dose ol
Itull'fc V.Lftablii l uitillr I'lllx nihl. .ufli.
DIt. J J1IN Hl'LL'S PricipaloHlev:
NO. 40 I'IFTII, (Crow, fvlrcct,)
To My United Mulct und World-Wide
i-HAVi; received many testimonials irom profts
slonal and tncillcsl men, ss rny almanacs ana vari
ous publications havo shown, alt of which are genuine.
The following from a highly educated and popuur
physician In tleorgia, Is certainly one bl the most
sensible communications I have ever received, Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of, and his
testimony Uenrrve to (m written luletterW of geld.
Hesr wliat the IXetorays of Hull's Morin le.
Villanow, walaerCVinaty, Da., I
June , lavs.
Dr. Jous lictL Ivar Sin I have recently guei,
your "Worm Destroyer" several trials, an (linl tt
wonderfully eltieaclous. It hat not foiled in a singlo
In, (ante to liavr the wtshed-for ettcct. I am doings
pretty Urge county practice and have dally iiMfor
aoiae article of the kind. I Mil free toconfess
Jiat I know of no remedy recommended by the atjel
authorities that Is so certain and speedy In Ita ettects.
On the contrary, thev are irnetnainln tbr extreme,
My ol it ct tn w riling you is to Uud out upon w hat terms
I can get the medicine directly frern you. If I ran
get It upon easy terms, I sliall us a great ! al ol it.
7am are that the tiseolauehailicles is contrary to
tho ten-lungs and praetlue of great rnajonly ol lb
rftisrline UlscsKling a remedy which w 0 know to
be sufficient, simply tane we may be Ignorant cr it
combination. For my pvt. I shall make it a ruin to
use all and every mrana to alleviate autlering human
ity w inch I may l able to command not titillating
because aome one more Ingenious thsu im self have
learned its etfects first, and secured the sole right to
secure that knewlclge. Jlowerer, I am by no moui
an advocate or supporter of the thousand of wotthltss
nostrums that flood the county, that purport to net
all maanerol duea.es towlix'ti Kesh 1 heir, i'ltn
rrjdy soon, anil Inform mo of your U it tenns,
I am. sir, very resp'tfufly,
' JV LI I'd P. CLEMENT, M. D.
A (i00 KKA.S0X FOIt THE CAPTAIN'S
Roatl tho Captuiu'h Letter and the Letter
from hUilotlier :
HtnUiu Ilarracks, Mo April W, la,
DK. JOHN 11ULI-Dear Kin Knowing the era.
clency of your Harsparilla, and tho healing and bene
ficial qualities it possesses, 1 stud you the follomug
ktatemenl of mycaaet
1 was wounded alout two years ago was taken pris
oner aud confined for suKfcu niontlis. Ilcing moled
so often, my wounds have-not hcaledyet. 1 liavetiot
sat upj moment sinco I was wounded. I am stiol
throngn the hips. My general health l lmulred,
and I need aomething to assist nature. I havo mors
Uith In your fcarsapanlla than in anything else. I wish
thatthiu lagenulno. Pleiue express me ahair ilouL
bottles, .! oUige CAIT. 0. ''j, '0" JW.N,
P. H-TlielollowinB W' written April HO, law, b)
Mrs. Jennie J.hnw.n, motltfrof tiipt. Jolinsont
Dlt, JUHN HCLI-Dearhiri My ,'u,lnJ'.'''' Y'
C, JoLnton, wasnsklllfiiHurgeoi; and phjsltlan In
Central New Vork. wlwro he died, kunilg ll"
C. P. Johnsou in my care. At thirteen Jeara Of IV,
hu had n chrome diarrhea and scrofula, fur uiiUli
gaiohlin yourSarsaparilla. II tlltl.H "''" J
nam for tenyeara recommended It to many in v
York, Ohio and Iowa, for scrofula, ftiver acres, ami
general debility. Perfect attccesj luui attended It.
vin almott lrnU: 1 am very mixlons for nv son
to agalu have recourse 10 your mrsaparllla. Jle Is
fiartul of getting n s.urlius ntticlo. henco liuj wi ling
toyouforit. His wounds were terrible, Init 1 balieve
ti. will recover. l"l''full7'JK;N,I,: yoilNHON
OEDRON BITTKRS !
UlLxrlE.nxi.MMaB liotvrd. ZVOXX3L
Testlinony or Jtedlcnl Men.
ritonyToint While Co., Ark. May M, 'M.
Dr.Jona Uuit. Dear Bin IjisI February Iwaa at
Louisvillo purchasing drugs, nnd I got some of your
iiaraaparllla and Cedron Hitters. ... .
My son-in-law, who was witli me In the store, has
beun down wit 'i the rheumatism for some time, com
menced on the Hitters, and soon found his general
Dr. (ilsf, who lias been In bad health, tried them,
and he also Improved. ,
Dr Coflco, wlio has been in bad health for several
year itonatk and firer ntfected ho' liiflirovod very
much by tlio use of your Killers, Indeed the Codrou
Hitters was given you grcal'popularity In this settle
ment. 1 think I could sell n j-rcat quantity of your
meUioino this fall especially the Cedron WWt nnd
Harsaparilla. Khlprnoria jleinphUcaroof Itlcketti
Ncely. ltc.pec....lly, 0. U. WALKKIt,
Prepared by DK, JOHN BULL at lili
Laboratory, Fifth Street, LoutaviUe,:Kaf. '
For Sale by BAIICIAY BROS