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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1880.
And the luoul Purgatives, In pleasant to take,
And Kill prr, l mif"' Ilia m"M potent and hnrmlvM
N.velrtu KMnvator mid ( Ifinwr that Mm jut
t'U til '! L-lit Ul .U (! Hull.', ri ('UIMtiUO-
lion, Hlllilin, llciwtiwlio, I'llca, mid ull
tlwtr.krt U'Uiri' Iiom nn nlMfiwtr'i it.tte. o li Iti'-rto,
tl tt luciiiupiiriit'ijr lliv bf.tl ruTatUttituiU, Avoid iu
Il.Mtr.Mft: ttnl.l on l.-HI'lll III flflli-lf nilk-d f(,r.
TltOtMl.t'ltl'IT tYtXATIVK l put up In
tiun.-l lui Ihiikx milt, l ine 141 o-nu. Auk jmir
di iieuwl (ucJiMiitiitivf Fhiiiiililcl, cr ivHrth ilia pro
wUrtwr, I. K. llF.rilF.lilN'lT'iN,
I'uili i l New Yoik.
BtfCftf Puaciu! no ANY FORM Of 80-Cuuo
Hind, nr Appliance rjitilftieiir.Kertiia,Chrriifl
ti.'l rlper.al Ln.,i., .... Hull.. I'l I.VKKMA' HtK
OAI.VaNIO Itt, SVniIi, .. Y ( itkiciiihIi, O., or
rji Frmi:l, rl., f"r their f 1 'wniihlnl and
"The Eleelrie R.yw," and yen will nave Iiw, htnllh
ami wury. Th Ml. Ck. thu iroadHtl.rs iniiin
'Uii Electric Aniliiiii- on tha Auitncuu Continnifc
HOW TO CURE.
(OLDS, ASTHMA, CK0n
All diseases of the Tbrortt, Lungs an J Pulmonary
I'SE ACCOIIDINO '' niUECTIOXS.
' Allen's Lunir Balsam.
UlTtl afiXKT ii'rrwbtrt u m!I Tea,
( itf, bAliuir Powder, IL.urlDf l.i. .
, l.l,. elf .. ot unit, Itanlw.. triM
Ubttll li.. fMpV. lM U lJ UiU, St. UU, M.
Ouifusentfreclotii0fowliowl.il to en
gsgw In the mom pleasant nrul profitable
riuluvi) known, hvcrvtullii: new.
nilalD.it reoulred. will furuieb
everything. $lo day and upward In yet
easily mad without staylnc away from
home over night. No risk whatever. lany new
worker wanted at once. Many arc making furl
one at the ijnstiiea. Ladl.a muke t imuu aa
men, and t oung t.ova end eirl mane ureat jr No
one who in millltii; to oork fmis to mike more
money every day than ran be uiadoln wk at any
other ciuploymeut. Jhose wn eui:at.'e at nin e
will find a h'irt rnad to fortuoe. Adurtfa 11
HAL1.ETT A CO.. J'onland Maine.
MRS. LYDIA E. FINKHAM:
OF LYKM, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thi Pn.ltlro f'nm
For all Female Complaints.
TYM prcparatl'iB, a It nam 'lirniiVa, '.onuiij'
Vrgruble Fropvrtlra Uiat are hannk wl 1 t del- '
irau Intalld. I'pon .n trial the mcnit . m
1'iaad wilt tw rocnirntaod, a relief 1 In t.. , and
wbn tt iu I cot-UnuM, In nlroKy ninn xhan.
drwl, aperraaivntrun'tr(T(Ttft,AJVf.w will U
tify. On acroant of IOi pruna nxfU, U .4 to-day r
rommrndrtl and prvacrlbtd by Ibe Ix-M phyaiclana In
th country. '
It wUl car mtlrrly th wir. . fnrm of falling
cif the litrrai, UtKorrtKM, lmjrular and painful
Urmtlon, Hood Lnira, ail Mfplacmnta and th eon
Mintnt iplnal waaknna, and I tvpcrlally adapted to
tha Clung of Ufc.' It will diaaolre and rxprl tumor
from tha otcnuln an rarly atag of dtrclnpmvnt. Tli
lndnry to ranevrout bumor tbrr la checked wr
apdily liy it uaa.
In fact It haa prorrd to b tha (Tfat
tM and bft remedy that baa erar been diaooter
d. It pameate arrry portion of tha tyttem, and glva
new llfeand rigor. It remorea f alntnrat.llatulenry, da
atroya all rraelng for atlmulantJ, and reliOTca weakaaa
f tha atoinath
y eurr I)ltlB, neadarbet, Keirnna Frort ration,
Oeneral Debility, Slrepleaanea, Depreaalon and Indl
geation. That feeling of bearing down, raualng pain,
weight and backache, la alwaya permanently eured by
It um. It will at all tlmni, and under all cimimntan'
rea, act In harmony with tha law that gortraa tha
, For Kidney CompUInt of either aex thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at ta and tW Weatcrn Aienoe, Lynn, Maaa,
Trie 11.00. (tlx bolt Ira for tOO. Sent by mail In the
form of pUla.ttlanlntlieform of Lowngra, on rvM-ijit
of price, 11.00, por box, for either, in l'l VKIIAH
freely anawcra all Icttcra of Inquiry. Send foi nam
pblet. Add rem aa aliora Jfmflon (Afa paper.
Xo family abouldb without LYDIA riNKHAM'
12KR VILLA. They eura Oonatlpatlon, BUlouauea
aodTorpldlty of theLhrer. adcunupcr box.
ItlCIIARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Whole.nlo neimla for LYDIA E. riNKHAM'8
la md from a, almnlo Trophlr.nl Leaf of Karo
Vnluo anil li 1'OHITl VE Uoinmly for all tbo din-
tlmt eatiso jpnln Id tha lower part of tlio
bodv fof torpid Mver HoiKlnohan Jattmllee--DUilni'M,
Uruvol, Malaria, and all other illfllcnlllea
of tho Kidney. Mvur and Urinary OrRMU. For
Kemiilo Umi'ftppa. Monthly Mriiatruatlona, and dil
rlu l'rounancy, It haa do equal. It roaton tlm
orgAtia that tnako tha blood, and hnnca 11 tlia boat
Wood rurltVor. It I th only known nmndylliai
curea Brlht'a Itanaa. i'or DlabaUa, ua Wr
Vor aalo by Urumtlat aud all dealer! it I.S4 per
cltlo, l.arupat bottloa In tho morkct. Try tl,'
U. lii WAUNKM Jt CU., ItocUoitot, N.T.
ImwKim ER'3 .V 'BH
TIIE DAILY BUIJiETIN.
MaWug Window Canlons,
For growing lino, in.allliy platiM
t'.if-ro um iniiny cinililIon wliich mast
In jirt vt'rv cl. For instdin'c, tlio tern
K-rut:r of the wator saiii;i.l to plants
niior.M lo ittiout tho hi'.uio (Jnroo its
tlio toniicrUiia' of room in vvlii'!
the plants iii'u jrrowinjr; or, if ft litllo
hifjlier, v.'ill bo' ft bonclit. When tho
witter 1:1 civen, nutiicit;r.t ulioulil Lo rip
plicl to thorou"'lily saturato the soil.
A nji'rc tli'lbhlo on t lit '.irfiu' doea
more harm than good, us it draws up
what mointnra tliuru may be in tlm e'oil
bi'low whore it i wet. , PlnnU slioiihl
iijt bo allowed to stand in nauccra lill;d
with water. During cold weather wa
tering a better to bo dono in tho morn
ing, as then all superfluous moisture
g'-ti a cliance to cvr.porate befofu night.
( in tho afternoons 0 warm days it is it
great benelit to growing plants to havo
their foliage pprinkled. It helps to
wash oil' Hie du-t and keep tho plant
in a healthier condition. Cleanliness
witii plants is a great source of success.
Fresh air must be supplied to plants
as well animals, to insure good
health. On all zood davs jrive enough
to e!i;.n?o tlie at moonlit re of tho room.
U i.s l(it jriven at tins top of the win-
(low, as a circulation is iheit made with
out ranting a draught, which, under all
conditions, avoid. Kat her than have a
cold draught nishinir thiMtticli tbo plani
keep 1 he windows closed, and there
will be sufliciHit air admitted through
the tops to benelit tli'in. Tho tempera
ture at wh;eh plant.s should be kept
during tho Winter is lower than a good
many would simpo1:?. High night tem
perature to both greenhouse and win
do.v plants is injurious, the result of
which are weak and Mender growths,
with but few flowers bi-ing produced.
A temperature of 43 degrees during the
night, with (Ji) to Co degrees during the
day time, is high enough for most
plants. Of course, there are plants
which require a good deal higher tem
perature than this; but they are not so
well suited for window culture. The
main aim should be a steady tempera
ture more than a high r pans for
evaporating moisture ' be kept
on the stoves during 1 weather,
when plant are growiiiB not only
helps to prevent a from having an
injurious effect, but modifies the tem
perature to a great extent.
The most effectual way of fertilizing
plants in pots is by npp'vingit in ".,-iid
form. Caution is neee-ry licveif,',
not to apply it t'jo strong. Weak and
often is the best mctliod and has the
most beneficial result-,. A tablespoon- 1
ful of ammonia in two quarts of water
is htrong enough for the most vigorous
plants, and has a wonderful effect upou
most all kinds of plants. Guano is an
excellent fertilizer, but has to be used
with caution. Just suflieient to slightly
color the water is strong enough to use
guano in a liquid form for plants.
Soot makes excelknt manure for plants
in pots, if judiciously ap"ied. It gives
a bright green tint u t :c foliage, and
deeper colorings to tue flowers. On
mine kinds of plants such as hvdran
g' ss it changes the color of the flowers
altogether. It is diflieuit to mix soot
with water, if put into it loose; but,
when tied up into a cloth and theu
;o:i' e ! in the water, it can be pressed
o'.'' t made as Mrong as wanted.
. ';, t it small quantities should be
u-i L It applied too strong, it destroys
the roots of the plants like guano. Pig
eon and hen manure make good fertil
izers lor plants, but the smell is very
'tensive and objectionable on that ac
1 (nut. If kept in a barrel, with con-
rderable charcoal mixed with it, the
smell is mostly destroyed, but caution
ha.s to be observed in its use, as it is,
like gur.no, very strong, and injurious
lo :)iaut-life when used too strong.
Vnskiold has ordered a vessel to
V r at the mouth of tho Lena,
v I e;..o he will set out in 188'J on an
other voyage of discovery in tho Arctic
seas. By going overland through Sibe
ria to the mouth of the Lena, he hopes
to "steal a march" on tho brief open
Poetory of the Table,
More appetizing than all patent ton
ics is a perfectly arranged table, spark
ling with cleanliness. So let us bo a
little extravagant in our fresh table
cloths, when soap, water and a litllo
labor are all we have to pay. And now
we must decide, shall we havo the best
china and do with some stoneware for
everyday? Or shall we pay ourselves
the respect usually reserve'd for .com
pany? Clearly, we are tho persons to
whom it is of tho most' importance.
Shall we sit down to mid plates and
cracked saucers six days that wo may
enjoy gilded china tho seventh? liy no
means. Wo will have plain white
I eneh china, which can always be
matched when broken, and we will sit
down to it ever' day. In the same way
wo will bring out the plated knives and
silver forks, and partake of our food
with a sense of our own deserts. We
shall feel increased respect for ourselves
also, with napkins and butler plates; so
those wo will have.
'.A Story from Paris.
Correspondence t'liilmlolpliiu Ilultetln.
During the last yenr I was in Paris I
heard a very pretty story. A party of
merry, bright-eyed American girls wero
nt a window looking on to a court-yard.
Soon a seemingly old man crossed the
yard. "That's the mnniuis of X.,"
said one of tho girk "lit lives in a
f arret of the house and lives by giving
rench lessons." M'll begin lessons
with him to-morrow," thou said ono of
the youngest girls. And sho did so.
Sho soon perceived that her master was
ono of tho most polished men sho had
ever met. lie was not over !I0. Want
and grief alono had bent him into pre
mature old age, for ho had an aged and
sick mother to keep, w hich his earn
ings could not always do. What did
our little American girl do? Sho qnict-
ly proposed to marry tho marquis. I
riued not tell you how readily ho ac
cepted. This is tho happiest maniagn
between a poor French nobleman aud
a rich American girl that 1 know of. 1
ran givo tho number of the house and
the street whore the first act of tho
comedy look plaeo. The marquis walks
now as straight as any one, and tho
dowager marchioness may frequently
bo seen at the Hois Hitting by the tilde
of her brilliant daughter-in-law, whom
ho worships, as well oho may.
Tho New Seal
of tho World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion of Iiull'alo, of which Dr. It. V. Tierce
is president, consisting of a figure of Acs
culupiusr tho I'ulhcr id' Medicine, uunnoDnt
ing tlm glolo, lltly symbolises tho world'
wiihi reputation gained by tho Family
Medicines of Dr. Tierce now manufactured
by this incorporated company and sold in
all parts ot tlio world. With a mammoth
establishment, tho World's Dispensary nd
Invalids Hotel in liullalo.und a correspond
ingly large branch establishment in Lon
don, this association make medicines for
the wholo world uot only that but they
personally examine and treat with spe -'al
medicines thousands of cases. Among the
most celebrated of the proprietary or family
medicines are Dr. Pierce s (lohlen Medical
Discovery tho irreat blood-ptirifyer, and
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets
Hittlo pills) and Dr. Pierce's Compound
Extract Smart-Weed for bowel affections,
colds and painful attacks, as colic, neural
gia and rheumatism,-Favorito Proscrip
tion furnishes relief from fetnalo weakness
and kindred affections. All sold by drug
gists. Snakes Catching Fish.
Foret an l s.r ini,
One (hiy, w hile catching minnows as
usual, I noticed a number uf snakes, the
common water moccasin, Approaching
the dam or fool wily of stones. Tlm
wsiter yet lacked .several inches of roaeh
inglhetopof tho sloneway, although
it vita rushing in quite rapidly, and
cii'rtjng with it ninny bull-minnows
anu small white perch which wero un
able to resist it. Watching tly snakes,
I. nw onu after another reach the dam
and take their station upon it, sub
merging themselves all but their heads,
w hich were raised about an inch above
the water, ami pointed in the direction
of the coining tide. In this position I
counted seven snar, arranged in un
even intervals, in ;i spare of les than
sixty feet. I came to the conclusion at
once that they w ere fishing, and watched
them with a good deal of interest.
Pretty sxn I saw one head strike for
ward", going under the water, reappear
ing in a moment with a large bull min
now in its mouth. Tho snake immedi
ately loosened its hold upon the rocks
and swam for tho shore, reaching
which it disappeared in the bushes; and
this was repeated at intervals by each
of the seven snakes. When they re
turned from the bushes, having made
short work of their "catch," each snake
sought his own particular location on
the rocks Wre being no clashing of
interest thrn. Vow "how is this for
reanoi r it -'TuC-tP .T!ov do these
snakes -re to lycate themselves,
and the . . star i f the tide at
which to start tticir fishing excur
sion? How do thev know that a num
ber of minnows will be swept over tho
miniature fails made by the rock.s?
These are questions that go bevond my
comprehension, and I leave them for
others to answer. Hut the facts re
main, and anyone who will take the
trouble may verify them at any time
during tho summer by a visit to Gravel
Of using mere stimulants finds its punish
ment in headaches and disorders of tho
stomach, complaints which I lost otter's
Stomach Bitters is admirably calculated to I
remedy, flits sterling tonic and regulat
ing medicine invigorates the stomach with
out exciting it; trunquilizcs tho uerve9, by
restoring vigor to the organs most closely
In sympathy with them, namely, the chs-
trie oilcans, liver aud bowels. A healthful
impulse given to digestion is often tho
meaus of preventing serious and aggravated
physical disturbance, and there are many
preparations which aro advertised and rec
ommended for this purpose, but among
modem remedies none has achieved such a
wide-spread and well earned reputation as
the article referred to. Physicians of emi
nence prescribe it, and the concurrent testi
mony of rispcctablo persons of all classes
and avocations, proves that it is every way
worthy of tho confidence generally reposed
W. it. Taitan, Contractor and Builder,
Ohio, says: An Lxeclsior kidney Pud re
lieved me of pwn in the side of fifteen years'
standing. Plcaso send me another Tad.
A una, was told to put thymcin the soup,
so she puts in her mistress's watch, that
was the wrong time, if she had had Dys
pepsia or indigestion and taken Spring
Blossom that would have been the right
thing anu the rigl4 time.
The Cairo Prices .Currant.
Office Washington Avenue,
Tas Cairo I'iucxs Cvrhent Is published every
Tuesday and Friday from the office of Till Canto
BaixzriN, and Is Intended to givo a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher trusts that full and complete
quotations will bo given by the baslnosa men of the
TEHM8. Ono cent per copy. On all ordera of
IS or more, of came date, tlio subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charin). Orders for
extra copies must bo received by 10 o'clock . at.,
an dav nf publication.
Monday Evening, Doc. 0, 1880. t
Another cold wave from the north struck
this section yesterday. The ground froze
solid last night, and there is good pros :ct
of the river closing again to St, Louis
should tho present temperature continuo
for nny length of time,
Business in leading branches continuoi
active without chango in prices,
whatever changcL7 taken place, how
ever, will bo noted below.
FLOUIt W note a quiet fooling in tv o
market, and light stocks. J)calca ant i
if a .. i '
puiu bu acuvo iraiio in consequence ol e
closing of tho river to St. Louis by ice u d
low water. Prices remain without
II Ax Stocks aro accumulating and
prices aro off about a dollar on tho tor
day. Tho demand opens littlo slurof
week, while rocclpta continuo unifon,
Ph JLV JL m -....J, Z...
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CORN Tho market is bare. Prices aro
high as compared with other markets, and
ought to attract stunners, but not enough
comes in to supply tho mills.
OATS-Steady and firm with light
supply and an active demand.'
MEAL City meal is in active request
and orders stand over unfilled for want of
BUTTER Stocks are larger, and tho
ucmanu nas iaiien oil. rriccs are unchang
i t i i .... .
ed, but weaker.
EGGS Steady and firm at 25c, which
seems to bo about ruling prices for fresh re
ceipts. CHICKENS Live urc overstocked and
dead dull; choice dressed poultry finds
TURKEYS The market is well sup
plied, aud the demand only moderate;
Dressed tutkeys sell at 8c for uudrawn.and
10c for choice.
GAME The weather is favorable, and
prospects are for an active market.
APPLES Trices have advanced, and
the demand is increasing.
POTATOES Very scarce and in active
den and at quotations.
hsales and Quotations.
NOTE. The unrca bere kiycd are lor talcs from
flrfct band In round lota. An advance ta
charged for broken lota in flllluzordere,
S00 Mils Varloni ..4 002.1 M
lito " country lancy ;
i0 " varloua Kradea
3 8129 00
100 " choice,....-
3)0 " rouotr)' choico
IK) " family
4 ear prime Timothy
ti car choice 1 luiothy (aold eatly).
6 cat ziltedee
1 car choice tied Top
a cars good mixed IC S0&17 00
1 carmliedln aarki..
I 2car mixed, bulk .
2 csra white, in bulk ...
1 cara white, In eacka
2 cara mixed In bulk
Scam In sack
3 cars choice in bulk.
Pod, th r bu
..i ooai w
5-0 bills City 3 25
KO sacks, delivered
B'Oponnda Northern roll..
SOD ponuda Northern.,
J ponnns ni nom
fiOU pouada choice roll.........
3iu ponnus CDoice roil
3u0 pouuds Southern Illinois.
3 coops live, per dor
1 coop, email
6' 0 pounds dressed, undrawn
200 " choice, dressed
A coops good mixed chickens....
30 dozen, dressed
2 coops mixed chickens
Pcrbbl T 80
lSObhls choice 0032 50
!0 bhl. runcy on
50 bills, varieties 1 75I&2 60
rcr barrel 5 50 09
Vrnlmin carcass. . . :
. saddle M 8
(Jnalla m-r dozen (HXi6
Habbiie SM 0
Tiercos. ..,.. ,. . .. ....,.. ...,, Sa
Half no B
Bucket a t
Pressed hogs, choice B
1.1 VU ' ...... HIIIMM ...... a.,.,, J
lirusscd, " common 4!
Dry salt Shoulders
" Clear sides
" Clear Klb Sides M
St. Johns 31 85
Ohio Ktver ..t. none
sacks. : tt
9 onnco burlaps. 2Vi bushels .7..
Oat sacks, Obuahela
DRIED KUU1T. ,
Peaches, halves andtiartera
Choice navy , 1 T5
Choice medium I i
Cream futv' H6l
f L A. iwso
f 8 u
Calf, Green '
Ury Flint .
Dry Halt .
Omen Salt .. '
Bhwp l'oU TBIM0SIALM
u o(Utig....vo just porusod your niatrl-
(. iod luVion in this morning's Bulletin.
V ' .
,va I was cnumeratcu in tlio list of bene
dicts in search of tho myth of "connubial
fullcity," I proposo to givo you uiy views
as adduced from your article. You have
kindly drawn for mo a pen plcturo of your
self physiologically; anatomically and mor-
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PAUL G. 8C1IUJI, CAUti) 17
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
$(150 Square Grand Piano for only $245.
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WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
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Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. X. Palmer, ll'J Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child wr.s taken with
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I beuau giving it according to directions,
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Dyes. For brightness and durability
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Cure Your Backache.
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It Is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CUIIKS where all elso falls. A REVELA
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take uo other. -
Managers for the Northwest, ,
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DR. J. A, SHERMAN AND THE ONLY DR. SHERMAN known to the publle for the past 35 yeara
or more for bis successful method of trontlns Rupture wllhont the annovanca and Injury trasses !
(llct, may bo consulted at Ills oillce, Ht. Louis, Mo until tho siOth of December, after thai at hi Stew
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XOTKOUiea. tiiuu auurvee in iiiu ri. luuip vnr
F. George, Attoriiey-at-Law, Kent, Union
lies: "Having used your Kuutiirn troatment, anu
avlna used your Riiptnrn troatment, and having been permanently cured, I hart
t merlta and recoiuiuoud It lo niyfrienda."
spoken highly of It merltaana recotumeud It lo
Dr. Sherman I tke discoverer ol the only known
Ho maa iare wno Dasanuiiture, no maitvr now lnaignini ant neniay consider it. ror every anal wne
haa died from It once fl itteted blmaolf that it was but a trifling ailment; and every nan who now suf-
r.M fMtm If ana tha (nliirw nf tnaana. In aitrh an pvtelit thut 11 In baa tin atilnvfnnllla. mien eeirnrriarl It u
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tliand he la wise who takes the necessary atop to bo
'0U biiontll rum broatl can receive treatment and
tnnm nnnuia unnn n u i
Imaa f,e exercise or Inhor can be performed without interfering
near irou , aangora of strangulated Ktiptnra HIS BOOK ON
um illatlnaulshed nrolesalonal oeiitlemcii, eleruvmen an
'ririty therefrom tliroughout tins coautry
ytrated with photographic llkcncssos of extremely bad cases before and after cure, and mailed
. , 3sondl0centa. ,
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"h 1 u " Dr lway,Cor. Murray Street,
good time, ana ne savoi
annoyance. For wis by
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everything ho has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hand,
and it gave immediate relief, and 'the child
havo used it in my family with complete
PMCE 50 cents and $1.00.
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Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's w aj
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A I J THROAT DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO the system curaUve agents
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ltUKAWS FROM the diseased parts th poison
that cause death.
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Don't despair until yon have tried thla sensible.
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book "Threo lo4 Madison Street,
Manogera for tho Northwest.
T U E B
Co., Iowa, treated by Dr, Sherman at his St. Ionia
my friends. '
cure fur Rupture by local extent! treatment.
ollllrtlon; It Is steadily progressive, even nnto death,
effectually relieved of It before the (Jay of safforlug and
leave for hem same day.
Purine treatment any kind
the truutmeut, and with aafel
the most reliable
and merchants of his successful
acd tlm West Indies
The aflllcted should read it and
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