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'R. A. Burnett Clw Illinois"
That hacking cough can be so quickly
rureil by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul 0. Schuli, Agent. 1
Pkvk.ks anl Intermittent!! of all kimls
are spcediiv relieved ami entirely cured by
Uttin-j: Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (3)
Sknd l'r circular ol now style of Hopper
Scale with LeveliDK nttachment. Borden,
.Sollfck ii Co., St. Louis. (2)
JIiiiIipi-n! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at niyht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
rryinj,' with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sulforer immediately
depend upon it; there i no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly salt; to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the Uuiteri Stutrs.
Sold evt reywhere. 'J5 cents a bottle.
W'u.l, you fiiwKH with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint.' .Shiloh's Vitamer's
guaranteed to cure vou. Paul 0. Schuh,
Agent. " ?
used to say : "Bov?, if J our blood is out
of order try Durdock tea;" and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down iu
kettles, making a nasty smelling decoction-,
now you get nil the curative properties
put up in a palatable form in Bchdock
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul 0.
Gu). Mkueditii, Jersey City, writes:
"The Si'iUNfl Blossom you sent mo has had
the hapniest etl'ect on my daughter; her
headache and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is again able to go to school,
and is as lively hs a cricket. I shall cert
ainly recommend it to all my friends.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
0. Schuh, Agent.
Xo Matter What Happens.
You may rest assured that you ate safe
in being speedily cured by Thomas' Ec-
1. LXTiuc Oil in all cases of rheumatism,
neuralgia, toothache, etc. One trial only
is necessary to prove its efficacy. Paul 0.
Sleepless mo uts made miserable by
that terrible couh. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
Allen's Brain Pood positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 3 for $3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., X. V. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Kkep your family well supplied with
Seller's Cough Syrup. Use it in time; you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary affec
tions. 25 cents.
"A lAOY bad the flesh eaten off her arm
by scrofula. Could see the sinews work
ing, Lindsey'a Blood Searcher cured her."
J. Balaton, Ulderton, Pa.
Catahkh cl'Hed, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Homed. Price
25 cents. Xasal Injector free. Paifl 0.
Schuli, Agent. 4
Goto Paul ("1. Schuh for Airs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequnled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Dit. Kline's Great Nerve Uestorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases
All (its stopped tree. Send to 0:J1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Putin.
Foit lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price- 25 cents, l'aul (1
Schuh, Agent. 5
Tueub is a general complaint nniong
druggists that they cannot get enough of
"Dr. Sykes' Sure Cure for Catarrh" to sup.
ply the demand. If thus disappointed
write to the doctor, 109 Madison st., Chi.
Weiik Fellow's Compound Syrup of
Ilypophsophites URclessJn all other diseases,
the benefit which it undoubtedly yields in
consumption would vindicate its claim to
the atteutlon of every medical practitioner.
Neaiu.y all the ills that afflict mankind
can be prevented and cured by keeping the
Btoniach, liver and kidneys in nerfeetwork
ing order. Thero Is no medicine kuown
that will do this as quickly and surely,
without interfering with your duties as
Parker's Ginger Tonic. Bee advertisement.
HiiiLoii'a Covttii ami Consumption Cure
in sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul O. Schuh, Agent. II
r ALL SORTS-
1 Ranchmen living in tho Yullowtouo
valley havo liirnQ'fiholi' attention large
ly to the culture of fruit trees mid vines.
The whalers at Monterey. (Jul., have
been out of luck this mohhoii, not a
whale having bocn seen in I ho buy.
Johns Hopkins University ut Haiti
luoro has now about 150 sliulunN, lifly
or more having just entered.
A Canadian has pickod up 185 small
diamonds from tho hunks of tlm Gat
ineati and taken thorn to Montie:il lo
A Butio countv, Cd., ranchor nrmiod
Rngan, living on Berry creek, has
trapped twelve hears and shot two oth
ers. Kight wore of tho black species,
and the others were cinnamon.
Leonard Hook was takon to the alms
house in Cambria count v, Pa., a short
time ago as a pauper. On examination,
a bank cortili-ttteof deposit for Jf'-lOaiid
$21 in cash was found in his clntliin?.
A piece of slale rock engraved with
unknown characters has btin found in
Arizona. It was dug our at some old
mines iu the Maricopa village, .six
miles below Phoaix, on Salt River.
The first quartz mill thai will he put
in operation in Alaska on tho latuly
diseovorod rich mines there will boa
roeking-tnill of four stamps, and a dn-plex-inovcnient
According to a Georgin pappr, the
physician aitondiug a lady in Macon,
that State, reports that she has been
paralvz. -d and is losing the power of
speech from the free use of eann il
fruits anil v'ftahles.
At Liee. in Belgium, one. in iy ar
arrange with the telephone company lo
be roused nt any pnriienlar hour of
night or morning; when the hour ar
rives tho be'l begins lo ring, and it con
tinues ringing till the person is an
sivi'ivd by telephone.
At Sto'cklon, (';tl after the clns,. of
llie regular races, a "scrub rat e" was
organized. The driver f tho losing
horse was accused of "chucking" the
race, ami was pulled from hi Imrse
and flogged by the indignant crowd.
In the row his iioi'Mi kicked him in the
Hazing at Smith C liege, thn Massa
chusetts institute for yiils, is ipi'ito
sweet and gentle. The newcomers are
seized, led iultt tlie'main htdl, present
ed with boiKpiels, kissed affect ioiiatcly
and then shinvu llie pictures ainl -lat'i-nry
in tho art gallery. We should like
to bo hazed.
The gas fixtures that have been m.ido
in M'Tidon, Conu., for c.x-Prcsident
Hayes consist of two six-light cliandc
ier, three five-lights, o ic four-lights,
and twenty-five or thirty brackets, and
all ma le of brass, and intended fir tlm
ox-President's private residence. The
total cost will be about $5tMi.
Tun disbursements by the Texas Stato
Treasurer for the fiscal year which ex
pired Aug. .'.U amounted to frUul.tiU.
The annual expense- were $l,ll.'),'.i:H,
and the balance consisted in expendi
tures for the permanent school, univer
sity and asylum funds, the support of
one school and the purchase of .0i),
OiX) in bonds for the retirement of tho
Greenwood cemetery, Brooklyn, L. I.,
is 500 acres iu extent, and tliere has
boeu a hunter Kept in constant employ
ment (hero sinee- 1876. Il is his busi
ness to trap all kinds of animals that
infest the place, dogs, oats, foxes, chip
munks and moles. Sometimes the trap
per captured as many as fifiy dogs in
one nigiil; and altogether he has taken
'-':! fioo minimis, little ami big, in tho
c aii of live years.
Tho question of tho fu'ure petroleum
supply is growing more and more in
teresting to Pennsylvania. R-gious
once spouting out abundantly are now
strewn with ruined derricks over wolls
pumped dry. New sources of supply
have hitherto been readily found iu
place of the drained reservoirs, but now
the j real Pennsylvania oil sponge ap
pears to bo nearly squeezed. Tne
Bradford region in McKcitu county, for
instance, which pumps G0,.h.K) barrels
daily, and is the petroleum cent re of
the Slale, steadily failed during the
month A August st the average rate of
2,500 barrels 'daily,
A grocer's assistant named Spencer,
who is a "captain" in the salvation ar
my, has just come to jo-iuf iu London
for embezzling nionev ami leading a
lender lamb of the fold very far astray.
Tho magistrate who committed him for
trial kindly remarked thai, ho was "a
dissolute, impious, hypocritical, scoun
drel." Further excavations near tho Panthe
on, iu Romo, for tho purpose of isolat
ing the structure from tho buildings
which surround it, have brought to
light the baths of Agrippa. Tho floor
of tho baths is some' six metres below
tho street level, and is strewn with frag
ments of Cippolino marble. An im
mense fragment of cornice and the base
of a column, fluted on one side and
fully one meter in diameter are also
The report of the newly-established
analytical laboratory in Paris shows
that out of 455 samples of wine pur
chased by the inspectors in tho month
nf June, .118 were adulterated; out of
'22 of cider, 16; out of 1W of milk and
cream, l-'O; out of 19 of butter, 10. No
fewer than 48 of the 51 samples of
spices analyzed were condemned iu like
manner. The report on chooolat') ami
sweetmeats is scarcely more favorable.
A parly of boys recently found, while
playing near the town hall in Knst Ma
chias, an Indian burial place, which
proved to be the most interesting dis
tsovcrv of tho kind nrormado in Maine.
The I'idian who lay buried there was
evidently a chief. A copper baud on
circled his skull, copper ornaments
hung to his right ear, which was dried
and still well preserved, and on part of
jus scalp grew long black hair. An
iron knife lay on his brea.st, his face
was covered with a mat made from the
lnt-1,!1 ......1. .....I I '.. i , ,
inn", nun ins uouy was wrappcii
ii tiecayeii juoose-skin. on nln'h
rested a copper breast pinto seventeen
inches long. There was also a trian
gular ax. like thoso itsodbythe early
A gentleman recently from Eagle
lass says that James V. Riddle. Die
merchant prinoo of tho border, lias had
the extraordinary concession extended
uhn by the Mexican Government of a
right to purchase all the land ho wants
iu Chihuahua and Cohuila, Mexico.
Heretofore It Las not boon th0 privilcgo
of foreigners to acquire real estate be
youtl a dofinod line sixty miles from the
Ulo Grande. The privilege) extended to
Mr. Riddle Is one which will be of the
THE DAILY 0AI110 HVLLETftf:
greatest interest, to turn, and must he
regarded as a step ou the part of the
Mexican Go verntnunt toward the repeal
of the law proscribing foreigners in the
respect mentioned. ' Antonio J'.X'
LeoXllI. has recently issued a bull
of considerable importance, addressed
to the Roman Catholic, (Jliuivh in Eng
land, on tho mueh-vexud question of
the position which tho regular clergy
Dominicans, Franciscans, Jesuits, Ben
ediclines, etc. hold toward the bishops
and the latter toward the former. Of
late years the regular orders have so
much increased their temporal moans
that IIkh bid fair to have more church
es, schools, colleges, etc., than their
secular brethren; wud as their properly
is out of episcopal control, tho bishops
do not like the stale of affairs ut atl.
Tin Pope has decided that in spiritual
matters tho monks will bo, as hereto
fore, under episcopal control; but as
regards their temporalities they are to
remain quite independent.
The shares of the Ghemical Bank,
New York, have reached 1 780. the
highest quotation of any hanking house
iu llie world. This is not to bo won
dered at, since the hank declare an
average quarterly dividend of 25 per
cent. The name of tho bank, which
is a queer one, really tells the history
of tiieiiistiiutiou. A gentleman iu New
York got a charter from the Legislature
many years ago to establish a chemi
cal luaniif.ictuiing establishment. Ho
was also granted for this purpon', cer
tain hanking privileges. The inaiiufuc.
lure of chemicals foil through, titter a
lare ho tline had been stink in it. The
b ulking privileges, however, were used,
and the result was the 'iicmh'-al Dank,
which now annually returns in in
oriental toc'. holders a dollar to every
dollar llie i'lvesied ii it.
President Lincoln's Oousolatiou,
Those w ho s:iw President Lincoln's
fcriuH ,vV(' cull "best testify lo the
breadth of his great nature. Few men
have lived iu whom the chords of hu
mor and of reverent tenderness were so
equally Itui 'd. ami iu whom both were
so exquisitely line.
During l he war, when to the cares of
a distracted nation on his mind and
heart was added the keen sorrow of
his son's dc.ith, and for th almost
homeless .sickness of his hoe, Robert
(tho present oeretary of War), Mr.
Rebecca R. Pomeroy was do'aib'd by
Miss Dix from hospital duty to go to
the White House as nurse.
While she sat. by Robert's bedside
the President sat in tho sick room,
niht after night, sleepless, and wait
ing wit ii a father's agony of hope and
fear. The Iifo of the little boy hung in
even balance, and he would not go
Much of that weary time the nurse
and tho President could converse with
out disturbance, to the patient, and the
themes on which Mr. Lincoln w as njo.st
ready to . speak were dear and familiar
to the Christian woman who shared his
vigils wi'h his son.
Gradually, he led her to relate the
story of her life, and of her lcligious
experience. Tho narrative charmed
him, and it was not strange that it.
should, for M"9. Pomeroy bad herself
known sorrow, and thero was a history
of consecration in the way divine com
fort came to her.
The next night ho begged her t i tell
him the same story again, not omitting
a single particular. On tho third nigiit
he wanted to hear it again.
For four nights till the disease of
his child took a favorable turn that
recital of a Christian's trials and trust
was asked for and repeated to the anx
ious, sorrowing President, soothing his
painful suspense, and teaching him the
mysteries of resignation and "patience.
Ho folt his need to learn tlm lesion,
and would ask for explanation as t!:o
story went on, and eagerly sought lo
know how she had put hot. self in God's
hands, and how her faith found its re
ward. His interest did n t cease when the
danger was past and his son was saved;
but iie retained Mrs. Pomeroy through
the lad's convalescence, and as if lu
ing lor more instruction, he carried
her daily to her hospital duties himself,
and mado her tell him the worths of
peace and hope, she breathed over the
dying soldiers, and how she pointed
them to Christ.
Often she saw him, at short intervals
of respite iu his crowded days, lying on
his lounge, reading the bible that had
belotigod to his mother; and once,
when he asked her what part of tint bi
ble she loved the best, she replied that
it was "Tho Psalms."
"They "re the best.'' he said. "I
find omething iu them for every day in
When Robert was well Mrs. Pomeroy
went to tho White House nt more. But
she has never forgotten those days of
President Lincoln's rtlllietion, or censed
to feel grateful that slut could aid him
iu his wise and rarne-t search for con
solation at tho only true Source. -Youth's
A Soft Answer.
"Can I see the lady of the house?''
inquired the peddler."
"Well.yt sytuiean if you ain't blind!'1
snapped the woman who had answered
"Oh, beg pardon, madam; you are
the lady of the house, then?"
"Yes. I n iu ! What d'yer tako me
fur? Did yer think I was' the gentle
man of the house, or the next door
neighbor, or one of the farm hands, or
tho cut, or the ice-chist?''
"I didn't know, madam, but you
might he tho youngest daughter."
"O, did yer? Well, that was nat'rnl,
too," replied tho ladv of the house.
"What d'ye want, sir?"
Then the peddler displayed his wares,
and when ho left that doorstep half nn
hour later, his face was full of pleasure
find Ids pockets were full of money.
He understood human nature and had
made a good sale. Ronton Trtwcn'it.
Poverty's no sin, but it's precious iu
convonieut. A very slight stretch of imagination
is required to depict tho amazement of
that Inquisitive old gentleman, of a
botanical turn of mind, who inquired
of the gnrdner in one of the public
places of promenade, "Pray, my good
man, can you inform me if this particu
lar plant belongs lo the 'Arbutus'
family?'' when ho vociWod tbo rnply,
"No, sir, It donn'l; It btdonLji to tho
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1881.
Funeral of the First 'President Who Died
During the illness, of President Harri
son, ihcro were no telegraphic bulletins;
tho telegraph was then but a philosophic
experiment; live years were yet to nass
before the first practical wire should bo
laid. Railroads were but ten years old;
such a trip as was planned and execut
ed for G.irliold would havo been, in
Harrison's time, wholly impossible.
Mail communication was not one-third
' what it now is. Thero wore but twenty
six slates. Tho nation scarcely exceed
ed seventeen millions. Yet the sorrow
was as sincere and the tokens ns earn
est and cordial as those that are wit
nessed now. The shock to tho country
was heightened by the fact that Harri
son was t I ts first President who had
died in office. The wheels of Govern
ment had revolved for fifty years with
out, this check. Tbo people were un
prepared for the event, and were nu
cerlaiu uav, anxious as to its conse
quences. They had not tho assurance
wis enjoy Unit the political system
would bear the strain. As now, so
then, everywhere went seen demon
strations of the national grief.
In Washington City nearly every
building bore tokens; the public build
ings were shrouded, thn elegant dwell
ings were heavily draped even tins
lowliest abodes boro some inexpensive
badges. Business was suspended. Tho
funeral pageant was, for that era, very
ceremonious. The procession was two
mih.'S in length, and comprised the
United Slates troops stationed in and
near Washington, with many regiment
from other ci'ies, under the general
command of Winticld Scott, Iosides
numerous civic societies nnd a vast
body of civilians. It was marshalled
by i flicers iu mou ning. Tho remains
of the deceived president were laid
temporal ih in the Congressional hury-ing-ground.
the burial service of the
Episcopal Church being read by Rev.
Mr. Ilawley, and military salutes tired.
The car on" which (lie coffin was borno
from the cemetery is dioribcd iu co
tempoi anco'i- accoua! as a spleudid
one, decorated wit i i black plumes, and
drawn by six white horses. In July
following the remains were transferred
to tin ir pei in: ut restiug-pl.ico near
North ll'ii l, hi m hi a l-:i,it ifnL knoll
rising two hundred feet above the Ohio
Turkish Marriage Laws.
The TnrkMi woman is nrirriageablo
at the age of nine years, and by Turk
ish law at that age, it married, she is
compet"nt to manage her property and
di-po.-e of one-third of her fortune.
Tiio law allows her to abandon her
hltsli.;!) :'s bollM' for just caue, and will
protect her so doing. She cannot bo
compelled to labor for tho support of
her liu-.li m i. On the contrary, ho is
compelle I to support her; mi l it is :t
penal offence to insult or ill-treat her.
Should he not furnish her with fund
she is authorized to borrow in h;s nunm
and even seil his property. After mar
riage she has the ab-o!u'c control of
her own property, which he cannot
An Accommodating Premier.
Palmerston once distributed sundry
prizes tit a young la i.es' school in
Hampshire, doing il in an informal,
pleasant sort of way, and giving each
recipient a sort of fatherly put on tho
head, but with various commouplact
expiessions. Then, as ho was leaving,
a reporter, with the modesty of his class,
and yet with a look of great concern,
quietly addressed him its fo'.lows:
"Me hi t! I beg your pardon, bur,
really, this won't do!"
"What, do you mean?'' said the as
'Why, you've made no speech, mo
bid! I've come all the way from Lon
don to report it, and I must have a
Speech of sojii" so t."
The kind-hearted old gentleman
turned back and detained I'm: retreating
audience twenty minutes with a genial
iliss-ri atioii on the r,,n. qualities of
English women i i general, and Hamp
shire 'a-ses in particular.
II. E. Caiu'K.ntku, Esq., Henderson, N.
Y., cuied of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty
years' standing, by the Cuticura Resolvent
internally, utid Cuticura nnd Cuticura Soap
externally. '1 he most wonderful ense on
't in-: HALi.iDAV.
A New Knit ctimpii'to Hotol, frontttiR on t.ovco
SiToiid unit Hiillnmd Street",
Thu Phmuiikit 1"not of Inu Chlcrcm, St. Louts
unit Nv tirli'iuiHi lllluolx Ouutrsl; Vthnnh, Ht.
i.oiiIk Kiel I'ncliir; Iron Mountain and Huntlicrnt
Muhllo iiiul Ohio; t'niro nnrt Ht. Lotus Kauwtyi
aru nil Juki nerovn tlm utroct; wlillu thu Steamboat
I.ttidlnu Is hut ono B'liiuri) distant.
This Hotel tit hcdtoil by Ktnitta. h utrsm
Uiinilry. Ilvdmiilh; Klevntnr, Klut trie tnll Dolls,
Automatic Klro-Alarum, !Uth, nlmolutnly pure sir,
purtnet newcrnKo nnd t.oniplott) tppolntnumtF.
Rttpurb fnrntihlna; perfect nortrlco; inn nn nn-
i Ii. 1 l'AUKK.U to CO.,1
SfAta ,.v;v''o e'? 4 . .
Houralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Prpparntlnn on earih riiil St. Jacob Ou. II
S mfr.turr, timplr and rhrnp Kxtrrnal Kcmedy.
A trlaf entalla but lh romparativi'ly lrifllti(( outlay
of 50 (fnl, and ,very one nilterlni; with pain
ran bare ehrap and positive proof of Its claoui.
Direction! in Eleven I.aiiKiiape.
80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS II
A.VOGELER ic CO.,
Rnltimort Mil.. V. t.M
Indian Blood Syrup.
l)Vpl'pirt. I.lVtT Ml,-
fMscd, Ki'vcrand AKtie
Ib nrt MsniHf, HilioiiH
iii'm. .Nrrt mis Pctillity
TIIE r.FT KKMKPY KNOWN TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 18.0!
Tliia Svrup poKiKireKD vure:d propertin: Ititim
lilate the ptyultuv In thn onilva. wh'.ch converts
the starch and ciuj ir of tie: fooil into u'!iiC' Kb. A
ileflrttincy in ptvnhne chiipi- wind nnd w"n nt
the food in tin- loin at h. If llie undic & UtaJtSl
Immediately aftt-r patnii;, tli IiTincntailon ol fooi
It acts upon the Liver.
It not upon the Kidneys,
It Regulate the I'.oweN,
It I'uriUra the lilood.
It Quiets the XervotiH System,
It 1'roniotes blt;est.ioii,
It Notiriflit'N. Strrnjtlien and Invigorates,
It Tarries nlt'the Obi Hlooil nnil iimki't New.
It Opens tlu I'mcs o Hi" .skin and Induce
It neutralize" the lo rcrlitiiry taint, or poUon In
the blood, which u'ctii-ratra Scrofula, Krvslpolas,
and all inaiuier ol hklu OiKuasi'S ami ttitertml titi
mors. There are no epiri's tmplovcl iu its uuinufactiire
and It ran lietukrii by the most delicate babe. or by
the aijed and feeble, r'ure only beinn rerjmred in at
tent! n to diroi t ons.
(,al:i, lletiry t'oiihty, Ills.
I wasmftVrttu: froinSuk Headache and I)ir.l
nesa so that I coubl not intend to in v household du
ties, and a short triitl of Dr. Hurt .loluisoti a Indi
an lllood .tyrtlp cllectuallv cured tne.
Mils I1EI.KN KI.KIS'8,
Wateiinnn Milton. DeKalbt'o ,111s.
1 1lls ia to certify that Ir t Inrk .Tohnson's Indian
Blood byrup has cured me of 1'aln In the H:ick. It
la a valuable medicine. MKsW OOl).
( otitic Hill. While Co., Art..
This Ii to certify Hint I whs allllcted with Palpi
tation of tbo Heart for man v yenrs I tried dlller
out doctors, whose prescriptions tended mom to
weaken nil) than they did to strengthen. J , last
rea lved to try Or. Chirk Johnson's ludinn lllood
Syiup, which proved to be a posilive cure not on
ly rurliix the Heart Disease, but aiso a hick Head
arh which had beeu troubling tne.
Miff) MAItY A. NKA.L.
I was afllicled with Liter Complaint and Hynpcp.
sin and tailed tenet relief, altlionh indni; medi
cines from our best doctors I roinmoucoiT uclnil
Dr. Johnson s Indian lllood Syriip, ami a shott trial
cured mn. T. W. HlhlMi. Mollne, III.
This certifies that ir. Clark .loluinni's ludinn
lllood Syrup lets eltertually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said In pmlse o' It
W. K. W1M.MKH. lledlord.Mo.
Ai'entH wanted for the sule of thn luillan Blood
Syrup in every town or viltni-e, In which I haw no
aeni. I'nrtlriilins nive'i ou application .
DHl'OCilSTS S KM. IT.
I.Abratoiy 77 West tid at.. N. Y. City.
GRAY'S SPECI Fir-MEDICI SB.
TRADE MARK. Tho (irent hnt-
llsh remedy, An
utiliilllnn cure for
poiencv and all
(llsea-os tliut folow
na a sequence
of (el r utilise; hsa.
l.... ..r M. ..........
dimness or vision, preinntnro old aR, slid many
other dlHeiiNos that lead to Insaultv, coUHtimption
or a premnturu itnivo.
HfKull partlculara In our pamphlet, which we
duaian In sund fien hv mail to ovorvnnc. IVFTho
Hpeclllc, Modlcluo Is sold bv nil ilrut'L'Ists at ft imr
nacKaiie, or six packiiuea for $ or will bo sent free
bv mail on rccuipt of tho motiev, bv addressing.
TUB OHAY MKDICINK CO.,
ItcrrAi.o, N. Y.
Hold Id Cairo bv I'uiil Prliuh.
Dr. Peck s Artificial tar Drums
PERFECTLY REAtTOHtJ THE IIRARINO
and nsrAirm tin woric ol tho aaniurnl Dram.
Alwum In iKMltton, ! lnllbl lo othttra.
All Oonvariwll"') and oven wlilspera Dsarrt
tTnotly. Wa rsfsr o that ailnf th. (tend (or
rtserlntlv eireular with testimonials. Address,
H. P. K. FKCK k CO., HOS Droaiwaj, Na Vark.
S Ih'i 3 55'
MUTUAL Alp SOCIETY,
JfJURKIf A ! EUREKA ! !
A SUUSTITUTK FOR LIFK IXSUR
WIDOWS' & 0KPJIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
0rBHni7.etl.Iulv litli, 1B77, Under tlie Laws
tilt! Ktiiteol IlltnolH. Cojivrlthteil July
!, 1H77, L'mtcr ActoI Coiifregs.
O . T. l(t'l)l)
J. A. OOI.DSTINK
J. .1. OOHDON
A.HtHlHr.t St, yrMli.ru
JOHN (.'. WHITE.
n I 1 l. eJ.v1 1 1 V " ! I l l l')JC,.
ItlllTf'N, .. h. '1 HuM AH,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. FITCH lilt,
J. H. MctiAHEY.
Jif A Til) OK MANAOEIi
William Htrittt-iii. of Htrattou A Illrd. wn lesale
Krocersj Paul O. brhuli, v, holusiile and retn druK
Klst; Hauu I. Inhlon, runuuissiou merohiint; Jas.
8. McOahey, luinlier dealer; .. J. fiordon, ihya.
Iclan; J. A. luildsllne, of OoUlstlne & U.,i,i.iwatr,
wholesnle and retail dry tfoods, etc; Wm, K. Hitch
er, eeneral aent; llciirvll. Kills, cltv printer and
book binder; l.'hfBley llavues. Cooper: Jno. C.
White, nisistiiut secretary and solii Itor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in flour nnd v'riiin: K. Dross, prnsl
dent Alexander Coumv Haiik;(;. W. Ili-uilricka,
contrnctor and builder; Cyrus Close, irenural
a(,-eut; Thomas Lewis, secretrtry and altornev at
law ; I,, S, Thomas, broom nomulai turor: W. p"
ftussel, contractor and builder; (.'. T, Itudd
aKeutC. Ht. L. 4S.O. rilaoad;Mcses Phillips. car
peuter; II . A. Chumbley, contract,,, Cairo, Ills..
Dev. .1. hiaucer, c!ervinan,St I.culs, Mo.; J. II.
Hethnutkclrcuil clerk, .Mississippi county, Charloa
run, Mo. ;. I. It Moore , luwver, Coninioroe. Mo.
D. BlUKietM V. phvaielan, A rltliirt on , Ky ; .).
Tarry, plivstelan, Kiillon. Kv.; Wm. IC,un, farm. r.
Murrv, Kv. ; A. hteliibneh. inautilacturer or sad
dlerv, Kvansville, Ind.jlke Anderson, secretary
to superiiilciideni c st L. A- N o, riiureud. .lack
son. 1'enn. ; J. S. Dohrruion, phvairian. Wlille
ville.Tenn.; l'homaa A. OsIkiiii. tnine-, maker.
Ilollvar.Ti'tin ; Wm. I.. Walker, -Dixie Adver
tising AiieuJ,'' Hollv htirlnex. Mi-s
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Every Style & Price.
mpmonrat. aai Con?e&iesces fsuti in
Fr Sa1 in Every City and Town
in tb United SUtti.
rnrari 0 U cima
Avatnahla lltarovery and Ni sf.artnrn In Msd
leat Selenue, aa eattrrif Newaod pmitivnly fiil.H'iio,
hal Kmiaaiona and Impofoncy tijr thtt only trua
way, viz: Direct Application uith prlorli! saI
ol thn Ijinam, autliut tr AttrrUon, and irtma
wun-.iriurtnitplrana pxruianent ( nra nl bK'ini'
ttasiM-cttiolntiuariu on thn Seminal
ii, mMt in.
I Uruthra. Tb
ulittory Ducts, ProaUiUi Gland, and Urulhro. Tbo
ns of the ItAmsdy Is attended with ooM,tnor locoa
vDlenoe, and dona not Interfora llh tlia ordinary
pumultsof lite; It la qnleklir dissnlvml and soon aj
orlwd, produclncan uainiHUatesuoililnaand nwtnr
atlTwafiHct Ooa ths aeiual and nervous orKanliv
tiooawrfxkad from solf anuMi and eirwivu,rtuiM'l'i
tba drain from tlia srstnui, rwitohnK thu mind to
baltti aodaound memory, ramnvlnir tba Dunne
of HlKbt, Nervous lability, Conlualun of Ideao.
Averalon to Society, etc., etc.. and tlinaptwiraneu
of prematura old airs usually aeconijisnyiiMl ttila
trotiblo, and rmtorlna porfe. t Be mil ViKor, when
It baa Immo dormaat. for rears. 'JhH miulenf tr.i'.
meol has flood thn tnst In vry severe case, and Is
Dowa nrnaininued saeenss. Xirufraarntooniueh lro
aorltwd In tbena troubles, and, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but little If any imrnianeDigeod. 'I'll em
la oo Nonsense atmut t Ills Hrs.aratlon. PraetlciU oli
ervatliiDenahlMiia to p-isilivwly guiinuiuw that K
will nivosatiaf action. During tbe eUtlil run that
It baa heenlnsBDeralusw.wo bavothoussndpiol test I
rnonUla aa to II a value, and It la now ennendwl by thn
Blwtieal Prorwulon lo I ttw most rational means yet
discovered of reaching Jod curlnc this very prevalsiit
fi,lM,riyiuimjinv.anil unnn whom auucaa vry wltn
trouble, tual la well known to Deineoaimeoi """
tbatr useless nostnima and bl fees. The Itemed
Im ..i.l .... Ir, n-.l hn,u nf I h re sltea. Na l.lenouafl
to last a month,) 3 No. . isulhclent tfl "eet , per
net a lie
manent oura, uniesa id wm co-eiv
(lasting over lhrs moot ha, will stno e5,'"J7" W
MMU In BWa rVper' yull'Dt RKCX10N8 1
Ulinir will aeroiiipun y y.v u ,
Hrmlfnr Untied Ito'erW' :!!!!
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CMIST1
Markotand Otti Sti. ST. L0U13. MO.
,vj v - ir Greiil chnnce to nin'e iiion-
1 I I I 1 iy. Those who uhvaystuku
I I II i I I adviiiiliik'eof Hie piod chaii
1 II I J I ces to iiniko nur ey llmt Hie
J --L-J.AS oll'ered, (jeiierally becotno
weiiHt'J'.w h lie those who do
not improve such chunccs rnu iln in poverty. Wo
want many men, women, l; ; null uirls to work for
.I..I,. i r ,i...i. nuj., incnl ii Ion. Anv one c.nn do
tho work properly from tho llrst. start. I lie bust
., .wA. ,.. f l iti.-M ni'iltimrv uiitri,..
ness win imr more lu-iu - -
if .,..i, iMrnl.heil free. Jv O one whoeildl-
Ko falls to maka monoy rnpldly. You enn devoto
.i .1... u'a.L. or on v vo ir soaro
your wnn.e nine i - , , ,
niomcn'a. Kull liiforninllon and u t that Is needed
iont free. Address btlnson t Co,. I'oilland, .Maine.
na MlllUnOD RESTORED.
A viotim of yoiiOitnl imprudanoo oaiulnff trotna.
tura Dwar, Nervoua Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
havlnu tried in win vary known remedy, has di-
ftmpto telfotira, which ho rill .;n. , IWA
In hit fcllflw-auflersra. addreaa J. II, '
'iu I liutliam hi.. IS'. Y.