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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Logg of appMlt.Nituaea, bowels costive,
Pain in tneHeidtwiTHTdiin sensation in
the back paftFain un3er"the shoulder
bTale'fiilmeMg after eating,"with a disin
clination to exertion of body'or mind
Irritability of temper, Lqw dpi f i tajLou
of memory, with a fueling of having neg
lected someMlutyVweVrineBg," IMzzinega,
S;Iutterinirof theHeftrt, "Dota'before thft
cyeg7yellow6 kin, fleadache7"HegtlogHj
negg at uightighIyo6lbred Urine.
IP THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
l'U'IT'8 PILLS are sclally a da pled to
mil cHea,oiie done effect suchnrliaiiKU
of feeling nh to i"tiiilnli the ntl'erer,
They InrreKx-IK. Apisellte, and cause the
body to Tafcn oil thus tho system In
nourUnrd. and by i 1 -IrTonle Arlinnon the
lllirrallteOrifnii, lU'iculnr Mool are proj
dure!, l'rloe Si rents. S.1 jUiirrny St., 1. X
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ohat IT AiRorXVitrsKKR. chained to antnssv
Jil.At K by a alnirle iiiili ailoti of Hits Ovk. It
Impart a natural color, win IiiHtuntiiiieounly.
Sold by lrugi!iila ir .rut (y exprrw on rui'mpt of (1.
Office, 38 Murray St.. New York.
CDr. Trim HAM II. .f V.la.Mr InrurtnaSii. anit K
IWul HwrluU will In Mile KHKK i. illtJo.. J
iM VALUABLE FOB
Sprains, Burns, Scald, Bruises, Sore.
nea, KliriiinatlMii, Molls, icerl. Old
Korea, Tomiiarhc, llrntlnrlir, sore
Tkront, Asthma. lloarsi'iieiiS,
JTRTI 1). FI LTOX, D. I) Brooklyn, N. Y.
" ProvliiR ltelf to bo a nncesaity in our homo "
P. A. WKSTtnVKLT, M. 1 Nashville. Tenn.r
" Have used large quantities of KIND'S EXTItACT
In my practice."
Mr, 8. II. JtcCORI), Matron, TTomo of Dantltuto
Children. 'We find it moot oflicacioug and uao
ful." Cailtlnn.-POND'S EXTRACT il gold only in
bottle with the name blown in tbo glues.
f It is unsafe to use other article with our
direction. Inlt on having PONDa EXTBACT.
Uefuso all imitation and substitutes, ,
6FECIAI. rRKPAHATIONS OF POND'S EX.
XIIACT C'OMIILNKD WITH TJTK PUREST '
A'D MOST D1XICATH PKItFUAIJU
FOB LAUlta' 130CD01B.
rOXD'S EXTIMCT r.Or., $1.00 and J1.75
Toilet 'ream 1.00 trrh Cure 71
Ilnntlfrlre 60 I'lanter 85
WpKaWe 85 Inhaler (Olaa5oo.) 1,00
TolletSop(3cako) 60 Nanal Syrlnve 85
Ointment 60 MtdlcaUd I'aper... 85
Family Bjrrlnce $1.00.
Order amounting to $5 worth, lent expro freo
on receipt of nioney or P. O. ordur.
?-OnB New I'ami im.ft with niRTonTorom
FftU'Aiu-noN, Bast I'ltEE ost ArrucanoM to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
I 14 W. 14th Bt New Toik.
a preparation of Protoxido of Iron, reruvlaa
Hark and the l'linnphalca, anaot'lnted with the
, Vegetable Aromatic. Knilorscil ty the Mcillcal
rrufeiulon, and recnmniended by them for ly
pep.tit, flrnernl llvhllltv, Feninle Itla
rataea. Wantnf Vllnlll.r, rrviu I'roa
trallon, 4 ontalr.eonrr from W'rvnm
nd liroiilc hill nnil Fever. Itavrvua
every puipoae where a Tunic 1 nuct'Hiary.
Baiufcrturcd by The Dr. Darter Medicine Co, Si Louis.
The following I one of the very many tcitlmo
Blal we are receiving dally i
Vmtlmrnt Home threo month ago I began the
0e of Dii. lUinKii'H Iikin Tosh;, upon the ad
lceof many Mend who knew In virtue. 1 wag
littering from general debility to aui'ti an extent
that my labor waiexceedliigly biinlenauuiv to me.
' A vacation of a month did not give me much ru
lief, hut on the contrary, wai followed by In.
ereaxed prostration ami alnking chllln. At thlg
time I un:m theuae of yuui lltON ToNU!, from
which 1 realized aluioat liiimedlute anil wouilerl'td
remit.. The old energy returned and 1 found that
tny natural foite was not permanently abated, j
have used three hollies of Hie Tonic. Mure using
It 1 have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
atue time during my UIiicrh. and with double the
eae. With the trnuiiill nerve und vigor of body,
has come also aclcarne.s of thought never before
enjoyed, if the Tunic ha not done the Work, I
kuow uot what. 1 give II the credit.
J. V. WA THofc,
Troy, O., Jan. 1, 187B. I'aHtorChriaUan Church.
Salt by Druggist and General Oealen Every when
201 So. Clark SI. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latent and most Mlenllfle Itmt Itut ion In the
United MhIp, lor the Cure or nironic mid l'rivale
dleen, Oot.orrluea, (llitel ol loiitf itamll ng, Strlc
turt, Orrhltl. linjn nr. diHeuac nf Ihu skin and
none, mercurial wire throat etc. ale)vand private
ly treated. KI'KltMi'KHIIIIIlKA. Hiiual jiehllliy
Kpeeillly fured. Voiinx Men nitl'urliiK Irom wunk
Iiom. cauavd b Iniptudenre, secret tialilts, rxcesg.
, pioducliig plniiile on the face, nmh of blood to
the head, i'oiilulon of ldua, headache, defective
ninuory, Ion of .exual power, liUill..l4ve, avor.
ion Itf-Wilirttvef. aiely cured. W guamnti
rare, la All we nnderlnke. ro need to auircr
On Hay lonirer. Under our treatment the body I
tuabled to take nn lle.h, the iputlte I Increased
and the wlmln symeni la tunirl-hed cnualng ht
lrlu and nerves to reaain tlielr vigor, forreapun.
dene ec.mlliientlal. Kull illrucilou tettt with th
ivedic.liiiie. Addrrsi a aliove,
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
IIOI'H, III ( III;, MANDItAKi:,
And mi Prnarr and ltTMt.rr.t,OuALt.
Til MY CU1U2
VUUUM, Weeneiie.anrt i,cilly
SIOOO IN COLD.
trill I,. n.M t, . ....
Ak yonj rtnigglut for lliip'lllttern i,
Ui.m before p:jr!iUe nl "kl'J,
0 ''"''- f-.r'
"""o ro ( iMfit uit.
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miinnscripis win not or lemrnea.
Letters and comm nlcatlons should be addressed
. A. Kurnett, t.'alro, Illinois.
A Eemiuiscenoe of the War.
During the t-ivil wnr thore wan, right
ly or wroii'ly, a lanu'iit.ililu ptsr jiniico
otitortitiiictl aiiinst lirovot rank mnl
hriatliiT p'lit'nils. Lincoln's estimate
of the rninnaralive value of the mules
nml brigadiers gobbled up by a Confed
erate raider-tlie army mule' was all'ee
tionately known a.s "brevet Jior.se" is
known to most readers; but there is a ri
ot her !try, scarcely less coinilimcntary.
and much less familiar. According to
the anonymous libeler, during an active
engagement a colonel, while bravely
leading on his men, received a terrible
blow in the head front the fragment of
a shell, which completely exposed the
brain, lie was carried to the rear, and
intrusted to t Jit care of a surgeon, who
at once resolved upoi heroic treatment
and removed the brain bodily to repair
the lacerations. Whilo he was absorbed
in this delicate operation, an aide-de-camp,
unconscious of the severity of the
ollicer's wound, rode up with a message
that Colonel lHank was wanted immedi
ately at headquarters. Mechanically,
like the brainless pigeon in the interest
ing surgical experiment, the galltut
otiieer clambered into the saddle and
rode nwav; and when the surgeon, hav
ing completed the rearrangement of the
wounded organ, returned to place it in
position, he was astonished to find the
patient missing. At that moment his
attention was attracted by the sound of
galloping hoofs, and looking around,
Ids surprise wasintensilied by beholding
the Colonel riding to the front as guyly
as if nothing had happened.
'Hi, Colonel! ho Colonel!" shouted
the surgeon, pursuing him. "Stop.
You're forgetting about your brains!"
"Never mind about tiit'in," ronred
the hero, clapping spurs to his horse.
"I don't want, iheni I've just been
brevet ted Brigadier (icneral." Kililor's
lrawir in Hurler's Mmjaiinc for Feb
A Cross Baby.
Nothing is bo cunducivo to a man's re
maining a bachelor ns stopping for one
night at the house of a married friend and
being kept awake for five or six hours by
tho crying of a cross baby . Ailerons and
crying babies need only Hop Bitters to
make tlicin'well and smiling. Young man,
llow to Uot Well.
Thousands of persons are constantly troub
led with a combination of diseases. Dis
ensed kidneys aud costive bowels are their
tormentors. They should know that Kidney-Wort
acts on these organs tit th? same
time, causing them to throw off the poisons
t'lat have clogged tlu m. sud so renewing the
whole man. Hundreds testily to this. -Pittsburgh
In At: live Erps hicut-.
With so simple ."ii nr.; !e as a ve 1
cabbage, n very old hit nivily liitle
chemical experiment nuiy be made by
the jouflg people, wilh'llii' result oi'
amusing and astonishing those ;in.iind
them. The elici ts may be stril;i;:;;ly
shown in th'u manner:
Cut thve leaves of the e;iMi:e into
small pieces, and after pi ri g i.,e,,) in
a basin, pour a pint ( f l.uijiiig water
over tlieiti, letting them stand ,".!: hour,
then pour off the liipiid into a.docnwcr.
It will be of a line blue color. Then
take four wine glares, into one put six
drops of strong vinegar: into another
six drops of solution of soda; into a
third the same (juanlily of ;i strong
solution of alum. and let the fourth
glass remain empty.
Pill up the glas. es from the decanter,
and the liotiid poured into the glass
containing the acid will tpiiekly change
U a beautiful red, that poured' with the
soda will be tt line mveu, and Hint
ii b .tiiiitti
mouth, England; Mr. William NUbel,
the skipper of ono of the ill-fated lish-jng-boats,
liad a parrot, which, under
his tuition, hud become reinarkablv pro
lieicnt in the use of language. Ninbet
was fond of Ids bird. J'Aer since the
storm of Friday fortnight the parrot has
been depressed ami silent, as though it
waa conscious of Its loss. The other
dav, however, and throughout the day,
it found and Maintained ils voice, re
I'cuting mournfully, and with pathetic
iteration, "JCuphy, Willie's awn' noo-
lilies awn' noo!" F.uphy" (Eu
phi'iula) is the riftine of Nisbet's wifu.
TLo Wool Crop.
It is estimated from returns received
so far that the total wool produat of tho
L idled Mates for the last year was
tiboul 'JL'.l.iXiO.Ooo pounds. In 1miJ wo
imported m,im,M) pounds, which was
considerably abtjvu tho average, This
Is nmtcrially against the Interest of bur
wool raisers, because it is of such a
Motility that they would not bother rals
ing it, ami is used for purposes that
good wool would not bo put to. .
m n.wi? ,'in-n i it 1 1 1 I'.VI
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Skin Discuses Cured.
By Dr. Frazies's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the face,
lcaviug the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Bait
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Bore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a ekin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most careful doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
i?"TI! first and only positive cure for
skin disesses ever discovered.
Sent by mail, on receipt of pricp, Fifty
IIknky & Co., 8ole Propr's,
Fur Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment .is a
sure cure. Price 1 .00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Geo. E. O'llara.
Richardson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
St. Louis. .
A Val' y of IV'Sei.
The TU'o-itiine vsde of Santa Barbara,
for sb.ty ini es i'm ing J'acilie Oceiin. we
eon-idcr the most, a-l tractive in Califor
nia. The soil is extra deep, dark al
luvium. By tin formation of the coast
it is sheltered from the nide trade
winds, elsewhere so unpleasant on our
shores. Sa.ii Francisco being in north
latitude 37A liegrees.Santu Barbara is
8-1 J degrees north -Ii degrees south
wardly. Here llmri.sh in luxuriance the
tig tree and the oiivc, the prune and th
almond, the oran ,ru and the lemon, the
nectarine and the pomegraii'ite. Here
grows Alfalfa clover, giving three cut
tings a year and p:sune through the
Winter. Here flowers bloom perennial.
Here only is a paradise of roses and oth
er fragrant flowers cultivated for com
mercial perfumers. Here the bee past
ures all the year, the hi vers gather hon
ey every ilay, and abstaining them
selves, they give to man nearly their
whole production. Only in stress of.
stormy weather thev draw upon .their
hoarded sweets. Feathered songsters
never migrate from this elysium. Alan's
dwelling is enlivened by' the chirp of
birds, and their music gives perpetual
cheer, unchecked byWintcrfrosls. Hap
py, thrice blessed, are they whose lot is
cast where happiness is 'lightly wooed
and won! Here in mid-Dcccmbcr the
company's rosegardens are a sight to
charm the eye, when day by day" chil
dren gather ever-blooming ilowers for
extraction of perfume for the toilet At
Kezanlik, in the foot-hills of the Balkan
range, iu Roumclia, South Turkey,
north latitude 42 degress, is a valley
devoted to rose culture exclusively for
like purposes, but there the sale of nose
pays to many villages is extremely prof
liable. There, as here, the hair and
clothes of all who work among the roses
retain tho perfume for a week of ab
sence from the valley. Sun Francisco
Letter in Baltimore .Sun.
Premature Loss of the Hair
may be entirely prevented by the use of
Burnett's Cocoaine. No other compound
possesses tho peculiar properties which so
exactly suit the various conditions of the
human hair. It softens the hair when harsh
and dry. It smithes the irritated scalp. It
affords tho richest lustie. It prevents the
hair from falling tlf. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not ureasy
nor sticky. It leaves no disaii reeable odor
It kills dandruff.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known
as the best.
A lew Verbal Errors.
The following examples of the more
common errors in the use of words, aro
taken from '!Tho Verbalist," by Mr. Al
"Accord" for "gives" as, "the infor
mation was accorded him."
"Aggravate"' for "irritate," to aggra
vate is to make worse.
"Allude to" for "refer to" or "men
tion." "As" for "that; "not as I know" for
"not that I know."
"Avocation" for"a vocation;" amnn's
"vocation" is his business; "avocations"
are things that occupy him incidentally.
"Balance," for"rcst"or "remainder.""
"Character" for "reputation": one
may have a good "reputation," but a
bad "character," nmi tho two words
should never bo confounded.
"Dangerous" for "in danger"; a sick
man is sometimes most absurdly said to
be "dangerous," when it is only meant
that the poor fellow is himself "in dan
ger" a very different thing.
"Dementi," for "debase" or "humble."
To demean one's self is merely to behave
one's self, whether well or ill.
"Dirt," for "earth" or "loam."
"Donate," for "give."
"Execute" for "hang," as applied to
the criminal. It is tho "sentence," not
the "man," that is executed.
"Healt hy," for "wholesome ;" an union
"plant" may bo healthy, but when yen
jness or unheaUh.'ifess nWiMto
it may or may not bo "whole-sumo" as
an article of food.
"Illy, for "ill."
"Inaugurate," for "bco-in."
"Kids," for "khl gloves."
"Learn," for "teach."
"Liable" for "likely" or "apt."
"Loan," for "lend."
"Pants," for "pantaloons," or (better
still ) "trousers,"
"Partake," for "cat."
I plenty" us on adjccliye,vlicro"plon.
"Real " for
very"; ns "real nleo,"
"real Droit v."
"Reshle,'' fr ..vo". aii ..residence,"
"Retire," for "go to bed."
"Seldom or ever," for "seldom if
over," or "sclilom or never."
"Some." for "somewhat"! l0 is
wmu better to-day."
"Stop," for "stay"; "where nro you
o m IngP" This is one of the vilest of
"Summi.ns" (the noun), fr .'um.
mons" (the verb).
Those kind" of apples, fur ..lhnt
"Tritiifpirc," for "occur."
"Vulgar," for "Immodest" r ..i.
"Without" for "uulw"
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1882
Manv Misehaulk Pkoi'I-b draar them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they ae steadily Binklng into their
pravcB when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with tho first dose, and vitality andstrengtl
surely coming back to them. Seo other
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Curo. We guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. , t
O, Bortlo, Manchester, N, Y., was
troubled with asthma for eleven years. Had
been obliged to hit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found immn
diate relief from Thomas' Eclecttic Oil,
and i uow entirely cured.
The London Lancet.
Tho "London Lancet" says; "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courage of
the sufferer" and many a life Iihs been saved
by taking Spring Blossom in case of bili
ous fever, indigestion id' liver complaints."
P. G. Schuh. Agent. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Thomas' Eclecttic Oil has obtained
great populaiity, from its intrinsic value as
a reliable medicine, in curing hoarseness,
and all irritations of the throat, disease of
the chest, etc. For these it is an incom
Will you si'kkkr with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitulizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G; Schuh,
Edwin Clay, M. D., ot Nova Scotia,
writes: I know of no better medicine for
persons suffering from exhaustion of the
powers of the Bruin and nervous system,
from long continued study, or the cough
following Typhoid Fever, kc, than Fel
lows' Syrup of Hypophosphities.
Si.eicpless NioiiTS made miserable by
that teirible couwli. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. !)
The Collier White Lead and Oil Com
pany, of St. Louis, Mo., are again run
ning and prepared to till orders. Their
woits were totally destroyed by fire May
28th anil again September 2lst of the past
year. To rebuild and get in shape for
business at this time is a high compliment
to their energy and perseverance. Collier
company brands of lead and oils are known
over tho entire country. See advertisement
in this paper.
Catakkii cukeii, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped, neglect frcuentl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the Btonmeh like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, 'Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial' Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect sviefaction. Having been
testeil by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank iirnriiL' th few stnnle
reuicnes oi tne age.
Sold at 25 cents
ton lame back, side or ol
iest, use Shiloh's
cents. Paul G
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for HO days ti young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, eic, guaranteeing
speedy relict end complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustnrted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Bult.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Snium's Couoii and Consumption Cine
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. PuulU. Schuh, Agent. II
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unetpiiiled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds, Directions in English
and Gcriiinn, Price 15 cents.
Siiti.nn's Vitauzcu is what you need for
Conjtiimtion, Loss of Appetite, Di..iness
ami all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Agent. ' 7
Allen's Bruin Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for f.5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave,, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo ny DmiUav Bros.
r-U(vi', Wuooi'iNo Couoii mid Bronchitis
iinmsdlHte'v relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
IVdO.ScSiih, Agent. 8
ny mis simple water
power invention unit
f.nld ull tho Inlior and
Injury or dr.vins lier
Hewliiir Muehlim. Over
0 000 of themi liackim
Water Motors, iiolmdeiw
and iirtiniiieuliil, ndiiiit.
I'd to nil HewhiK IB
ehlnes, are now glvlnii
tier reel MitllMfni-t I'm.
Two sire are mmlo for
llotiHeholil Sewing Mi,.
P'4'J.AO, AImo larger
sles Tor fnetory nocil
end for ull kind, of Inn
Knml fne rMfmil... i.
DAOKiJS WATEIt MOTOIl CO., Newurk, N. J
This Is tho
it?1.01?!'. y-M'inmloal Power Known
rOR DMV1NU LIMIT MACHINERY 1
11 lakes hut Utile room.
It never wels out of repair,
It cannot Mow up,
It requires nn fuel.
There I nn delay; no pf no ti.lnVnVS
'ir iMMirnncc to pay ho repair
ing tieceMsry ; no rnal hills in pay,
and it 1, always ready for use.
It in Voi'v Cheap.
o 3W. Btato paper rouiiwtuu a J
GREAT Germ DESTItO VER
Prophylactic Fluid !
E U ADICAT E D
Ulr."r purified and heal
ed. Ounijreiio pre
t ohlamoi. liunlrotuU
Sick rooms purified and
Kevored aud sick per
on relieved and re
frtsned hv bathing
I'luld added to tliu
Soft white completions
secured by Its use In
Impure air made harm
less and urllled hv
To purity thu breath,
cleanse the teelh, It
can't be surpassed
Catarrh reliever) aud
Erysipelas vu'ed .
Hums relieved liisimtly.
Soars prevented .
Kemovcs nil nnpleasunt
veined ami cured,
Wound lieuli d rapidly
Scurvy cured in short
Tetter dried up.
It isperfec ly harmles
Kor sore throat It la
t llUIIIU III' fl li. luo.
Ship lever prevented ty
In cases of death In the
bonne, it should al
way be used about
tho corpiu It will
prevent any unpleas
ant i-inell. An snll
dote lor anln al or veir
etatilu pnlsons, stint:".
DntiL'irou'i I'llluvlas of
eh k rooms and h ispll
ills f moved by its u"'
1 eliow fever eradicated
In fact it Is the creat
I'HKl-AUKI) UX (
Msniifactiirinir ChemiHts, SOLE I'KOI'ltlKTOHS
X'uboretilar I )iki nsn- o( J.uiim unci
1 Iron, .hit Im
lulicrrular consumption of the lunus I that
firm ol the disease mu t common, niort fatal, and
until recenty considered incurable. Tubercle
irom wuicn ine t ame Is derived, Is a morbid pro
iiui t, d -posl'rd fiom diseased blH,d In various
l art ol the body; aud in prtit ortlon as that fluid
is impure, and length of time it remain so, v.
luliercular dtatliesis cotiliuue.
KALI. It VKH. Mian . M iiri'b 'Jl 11 h . 1 S7Q
J allies 1 Fellows. Esq
Dear. Sir: About three years l'o I was attacked
with rotirhlil and tubercu ar disease nf the left
lunit. arid suffered for two vears so severely that 1
was unable to attend to htwuces. About ayearaio
j s nuviini io iry renews vrup ot mpopLos
phttes. and before I ha Ilnlshi'd one botile my ap
l-uieanu sireiiL'in were er'-ally improved; my
enmh bcratue less troub'esotue, my .li'ip wa
sound and refreshjuj:. wha h had nut been the rse
for over a year. 1 ht.il stitTi-reii from i i rvousio ss
at u inmctilt hrealhlnsall the time I was siek; but
jour syrau has cured it all I a. 'v.,. li ri,-rs,,n.
niLicieii as i was to use reiloHa Syrup of Hypo
phosphites. llftied) JAM KS II. 8TKWAHT.
A n ei.dlens cha U of unt elleel. I. f,.rn.,.,l l.v
Fellows' Compoutid Syrup ot llvpophopiltes. and
we are safe iu saylnif, fnuu a loni.' experience In
nii diciiie. Its vir-.nes are not wos.esseil l,v nth.
i-r Loiiiuu.aii' n.
For Sale by all Prnck'tst.
i;aui cannot .tuv wjioro
, -. . ....
fltlH Uh d.
Klilietliatleiu Is cur d by
TIlo.MAS' tC'I,K':i :fc (ML
A lamel.ack of eleht yearslanillii; w,is posliivr-
')' cured t'y filcent wuril) of
TAOMAS' I-CI.Kt TltlC OH,
Common sore throat Is cured with one do.e of
t THOMAS' !' CI, EC I'HIC Oil
Ciillejli- at d colds arectin'd by
TIIO.MA.V KCI.Bt TKIC (III.
All th'ont and luimdisuasesitre cured liy
THOMAS' K I.ECTK1COII,.
Asilinin Is cured liy
Iliirtis iiliil frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' Kl'LhCTIdC Jl T.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers
Price 50c. and $1
FOSTER, Ml LRU UN & CO., p.()p'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
business now hefore the public,
i on can m iik i' inoiiev r,,.K,. ,.,
work for us thai: i unvoio,..
SO. ( nililtll lint ll.i..,l.,,l U'7.
i , . i 11 'wants made at hoiun bv the
li dttstrlnii. men. womuti. boy. nd iiirl w t- e, ,,,
i-rywhere to work for us. w I tliu lime You
can work In spare time only or lve your wh ilatlmS
to he bus i,i-m. You cut live at home a. d m he
Cosily mil Ml. and term. L..7
11 V itu
MlHIMV tlin It) fHHt,
Trni) & Co,, Anmi
I.eiMly and holtorarfly, Andres
nta, Maine, u-:io,
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE Ms.hk, The Ureal Rne-
llsh retnedy, Au
uiiliillliiK cure for
pnleiicv i. .nl all
disease I hut folow
II a a miiiiiitttni.
of olf-n!itisii a f.
Ii m , I inumory,
Uofoi'B Tak iui: tin i verat 1 a ssl l ti ,e i r. r tA
, , l'ln 'ii tho haek.fU,'uJp IWtlEZ,
iineM or vision, pretnniiire old are, rt manv
SrecilleMudlelnsIs sold l.v all dru s u Jf StTu.?
mrgHi,,. r x package for oxr will be.J Z
bv mull ou receipt nf the nioiievjbv aildre.sin V
I1!! l n ii i v u u ,.... .... 'n'
un., unmv;iiK l,'U,,
Huldti Cairo bv,ul
Kiiiij. M v
PPSH. ' J ' ','! '.V. " ' ' ' """!
120 Broad w ay, New tork,
of any I.lfc liisurauco Company
IN T1IK VVOltLU.
II alone Issue
.sti.ul..tn,, that tin, c.ii.t.rt of In.n.ance
rot he dl-uated'' alter H Is three hearse
and that such polities shall hi
m receipt of satisfact, ry proof of deai:
its policy Is clear and roncle, at d rot-la'
NO ARM'OUS (OM)lTJ(j
N. B.-JtKMl Y(U l( J'UIK f (ou.,
short and simple form used bv ihe Hoint.il.-,
the lonif and obsrun; rentrncs loaned di w
technicalities Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETPJIXS
to policy holder are
N It. See the miii.ii l,i.,.. r. ii... l
. , , , ,.i'. in ii it t r
etprssslnif their umtiCcnilon with the return
their 'loans SiviMi. Kt so I'oi.n iy
H'C-UI1K. f ItM
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuve ted, mnrlv
Offire. cori.cr lit h ai.il '.VBlili;i;tcri.
oTemher 'J4. Isl. m(d
MUTUAL All Mu 1)1 V.
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ANTE t I'M PAN IKS.
AVIDOV.S' & ORJ'ILW
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(rghi)iwilJulvHth,l;i:7,Iil,.r the I
the stat,- of Illinois, Cop, rallied Ju
H, 1H77, Under Art ot Coinss.
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irrocers; I'au (i. s, huh, wholes- and retail
ittst; I aiteu I.-lKiiton, .-., inlss,n me'chuut
S Mcdahey lntnher dealer; J. J. t(rrt.
Ic nn, J. A. (i..ldsilti,.,i1r(,,stiH lt sen
M ho era e and retail ,lr ., - ..... .-
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leihune, c rcitlt derk, Mississippi county, CI
ton, Mo. ;. I. II Moore , law ver, Cnutliierri'.
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. n. riiriiiiincil, lliailll I BClLn r Of
(llerv, kvapsvltle, lud ilke Anderson, eci
to superintendent C. St. L. ft N (i, nil read.
son, lenn.J J. . Itnlieru..n, nlivalrian V
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liable ai I ,.( .V1""''"'"'1 "be Unit I I. As
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the mo. i
wi.s . ,'"""mr.v oie i.ewa of
! 'l "; tolcrtaplc and xuneral c.orres
'are. full turr and stock reports, irarket ret,
fashion reports, Tnlmaite's'sertnon, , f,.,",
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v.nnuu,,, niiswers ii) corriLpoui eat
. , ,.,ll n nun mil lll'SCI lit VU tiren
Circular Villi he sent free of chnrue iu . .