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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1882.
Mayor -N. 11. Thintlewood.
Trt-smirur T J. Krth.
t li.rk- iJtnulH. J, Koli-y.
cuuunolor Wiu. li. tillbirl.
Mumlial 1. H. M.'yem,
.Homey -WlliWiu IJiiitlrlr.K.
BOJHI) 0 4LUI--N
irat Warl Wm. McHalo.T. M. KlinnroiiEtJ.
Socond Ward - Jonae IIUikle,C N. UtltieA.
Third Ward II. V, lllto, Johu Wood.
Kourlu Ward-Cbarlm O. Pallet, Adoiph Bwo
Inrta. K.i'ii Ward-T. W. IfallldaT, Erni-il II. Pettlt.
I iicuil JiiU;u 11. .I.rtukvr.
Circuit Clnrk A. 11. lrvin.
Ciiuiit Jadno It. H Vucuiu.
Comity ClurK S. J. Humm
County Attoruey J. M. Dainnm.
Cotiiny Treasurer Milua W. rriit.
IS iii-f I (T J iti n Hnditui.
Corouur It. Kltftoralrt ,
County CommlMioicf-T. W. llalllday, J.
Gloria and l'elur Miup.
CiAlKo HAHl'Isr Curii ir Tr.th and Poplar
etnuw; proirflilnt: flmt aud tatrd imdayi In
.iich month, 11 a m "17:.VJ n. m ; prayr timet.
Tb'irdy,7:n. rn ; Sunday .r ti-iol . 9:;i0 a.m
K A. .1. HliSrf i'a.tor.
AltntcH OK THK KSlBKMKKiili--(ipa'j
J fourteenth aire.st; Huwlay 7:ia m, linly
Kiinharut; '.:vi a. m., huu'iay hool ; '1 III a.m.,
Morning I'raynra; V- m., lioiui Prayora. r
i uav :iipott. 3. T. ll'ilo'.
pl,;hT MISSIONARY HMM'fHT CflUhC'il
V rrt-cMri; at in w . n... a p. m , and 7:S0 p. m.
Mltatli acbiio) at p. ui Kv. T. J- Nbui-a,
II' 1 1! f K. N Tlilitinth itttiut, iTiii Sab
j bnh 1 a. ui ; huLday tchtxA 1 p tu. Itev.
Kbuppe. l kt t.
MKTlKJUIhT-Cor Wihtl' -d Walnut tre-t,
'Machine rialibalb 11 .On a. m. and 7 ;lo p. m.
tu inlay t tiI at :tw p. in. itev. J. A. ricajretl.
1IKKSBVTBKI AN -Kthtb itreet: l"acic on
bbba!b at ll:il m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meetlnK Wednesday at 7 1 p.m.; Holiday Sr-haol
I 3 P m. lv B. V. Gtoue, paator.
C'T. .ll)EPH 8--t Roman Catholic) Corner Croa
O and Waluut itreei; acrvlcea Sa'ibatb 10:80a.
.; Snuday School at i p. m.: Veapera Up. m.; aer
K f eu-rj day at S a. m. Ut-v. M'Uara, ITleft.
C T. f'ATKK K'H- Roman CatUollc) Corner Ninth
k? frcet and WahlnKtn avenue; aerrlce l"ab
eatb 8 and 1U a. m. ; Venpera 3 p. a.. ; Bonrfay Bcbool
t p. m. larrtwa rry day at a a.m. He. Miistornon
Mr. H. FirZGBHALl) authorl-en na to aa
uouncu blin a a caudidnw far re-election t the
ofBctf of Coruner of Aloxander county at tho com
Dg NovcmtKr cluctlon.
We aroaatUnriaBd to aiinrtano that Mrs. P. A
Taylor l au ludi'pendeot caudldite lor r-election
to tbe olllce of County Supor iutondtrnt of oublic In
tructioua, aubject to the d sclalon of tbe to'.t of
We are authorized to announce that Mra I.. C
GIBBS, of Thebos. 1 a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schuola at tbe ensuing
We are authoriaed to announce that Mr. SAMU
EL J. HLMM will be an Iudependent candidate
fortheoffl-e of County Clerk at tbe coming Novem
We are authorized to announce that THOAS
J . CKAlO, ol HiMlnea Purk. la candidate for tbe
offlceol Cminlv Commla-ioner at tbe enmilng No--cmlr
We are autbiirizud to att that Mr. J. U.MUf,
CA1IEY, ui Commercial Point, wi.l beacandl
date for County Couimlmioner at tbe corning .No
veuibvrelectlou. API-aU-AT CLKRK .
We tri a-ith'irUu l to aunounco that R. A. U.
HLi VNK'. of Jeffuria county, i a candidate
f.ir t t-r nfine Appdlat- Court in tbe fourtft
IivUl.u of lllln ila. aubjuctto the aecielon of a
caveutlon of tbe Democratic party
Wo are authorized to announce Mr. JUHN
IlolMiES a a caudlda'.o for hcrlff of Alexander
Kd. Hulletln: Pleaae announco my nae ai tbe
eaiiili lain of tbe people for tbe orBce of County
Judtre at tbe November election. Jt'STL'SU.
OI'S NINtillKM .
Wn nilhnrizHil to auuoiince tbe name of
WAUTKIt WKDKK a a Candida' e for tno olBce
of C'niuiy Jii'Ue of AlcaaU'ler County.
We lire au'horli',d to annoutire .Iuttc J'lHS
H ROHINS'JS aa an Inilependent candidate for
C ( 1 1 1 n ' v .) i" I at tlin coming Sur-mier elertloji.
We are authorized to announ-e Mr. MILES
I'MiKKUaaau Iii'lepundeni cindldato for trean
nror l Alexander county at the comlug November
LLIN01S CKNTKAL H. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.-
Tho Onlv Lino ltunuinej
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direot Connection
Ti .1MB Lai Caiho:
3:U5 h in. Mail,
' . . . I n , 1 - a . . . . . nV.1 D 4ll .
Amvingin oi. oiue v.io a.m. : v.uraK, o.o" u i
Connuctiug at Udln aud Kmngham for Cluclu-
Ball, Loulavllle, Itidlanapolt aud point aet.
11:10 u.m. Ht. Iouiit and Weatarn
Arriving In 8t. Lotita 7:05 p. tn., and connectlni;
for an point won.
3:50) p.m. F'fust ICxprPea.
lnrBt. Louli and Chlrano, arriving at St. Louil
10:40 p.m., ana imcago ,:w a.m.
00 p.m. Cincinnati lCxpreu.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LouitrUle 6:r,5
a tn.i inuianauoua .oa a.m. raaaenKere ti,
this train reach tha abof point 1W to 3t
Uol'KS in advance of any other routo.
Irt-TheSiSO p. m. axproM ha PULLMAN
hL-KPINUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through ilooportto St. oul and
Fast Time East.
Piaainrnr h' thUllne go through toEwt.
X llSSCIlJ;CrS ern point without any dolay
cauned by Hnnday Interyenlng. The BaturUay after
noon train from Cairo arrive m new York Monday
nornlngatlO:s. Thirty-ilx hour in advance of
ny other route,
BT Kor through ticket and further Information,
apply at llllnoli Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. O. J ON KB, Ticket Agent,
i. D. HANSON, Gen. Paee, Agent. Chicago
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
AmarLipalla Yt flr.. Dr. Prtf. h Bakta
l'ar, 4 IT. frk'. lilu rurluih
WE MAKE NO SECOND CR ADC C00D3.
NEW YOHK STORE,
WUOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larjrest Variety Slock
IN THE CITY.
G00J)S SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KR & CO..
f)or. Vinetoenthaueet ) rfliril Til
t onittiurcial AVunne i
F.W HORE SIIOEIKO SHOr.
1 have opened a
on Bth tre-t. between Commercial and Waahlng
too avea . having given tbla btwinesi my epecial
Over Twentv Years
I fel confident I can give perfect aattafactlon. I
have not onlv given my attention to
MAKING AND FITTIXO SHOES,
but have made the csntructlon of the foot and
llmbi a tu'ly also, wbicb enab'et me to fit my
bo?i properly and In o doing relievo the horae
from a ureat deal oi injury tadt ue wouiu oner-
wlae be uhjct to.
II.. k. .inn .M.mt!nn in muini and far
dealing to receive a liberal ahari- of tbe public pat
ronaw. Vour Respect. JOHN McCI.ELLAN.
U. W. C. JOCl'Li'N,
0FK1CE -Eighth Street, near Comnerctal Atenne
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
O-rim No. W Commercial Avenue, betwtta
Kgbtband Ninth Htreeui
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Wllq STATES.
On aud afler Monday. July '21. and until further
notlco.tho ferryboat I'll rue ttutua will run a near
an pomlbleon tbe following lime table:
MATE LEAVES UATB
Foot Fourth at Mlttourl Laud'g. Kentucky Ld .
1 . 1 ' -, . .
6:30a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:W. in.
R:80 ' 9:00 " ::
10:30 " 11 :w " U:3'i "
3:00p.m. ii:30p.m. 8:00 f. m.
Leave Leavo Leave
Foot Fourth at. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlnonrl Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:3i p. m 6:10 p.m.
Ou lant trlpleKvlngKenturkviandli)gat4:30o'clock
p. m., the bout win go 10 111ms foint, ma.inir con
nectlon with T. A St. L, uasteuuor train for Cairo
Firm trip at 0:30 a, m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
wlla 1 at. b. train leaving tairo.
O O A. T
"D Stoves D
No. 27 I 8th St.
B Tinware. S
CU1CAG0 MARKET REPORT
COKUECT-D DAILY II Y CHA3. CUNNING
9:30 A. M November I, le2.
.0 P. M.
NEW YOHK, NOV 1. Wt.
Wlnat R W.il 04V. 1 13 No 3 It. W. fl 03!
Wheat-M4 car Corn-ill? cars. 1,C00 bonhol
W. F. Lamhdi.v, river editor of i'n Btn.i.Eri
and aieijiboit pcner aint. Order for all
klndeof utea'uboat Job piiuilng solicited. Ofllce
hi Bowe-' European Hotel, No. 72 Ohio lovee.
The Clinton from St. Louis is due here
this eveniug fur MeaitihiH.
The Will Kyle was advertised to leave
Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The Cons. Millar leaves Memphis to
night on her return trip to Cincinnati.
The U. r.Schenck has retired from her
long season runs, and in now lying up at
The John B. Maude passed down for
Memphis Tuesday night at 10 o'clock. She
had a good trip.
TheDvvid R. Powell from Vickshurg
passed up tor St. Louis yesterday morning
at 6:30 o'clock.
The Hudson from the "Future Great"
will report here this evening for Paducah
A small rise is reported in several of the
tributaries of the Ohio above Cincinnati,
but not sufficient to be of much benefit to
The John S. Bnnsford, which has been
on the ways at Paducah for repairs, pass
ed here yesterday at noon without landing1.
She was on her way to Helena. .
The weather still continues unusually
warm for the season, and November made
its debut yesterday with an increase of
beat almost equal to mid summer.
The wife of Jesse James passed through
the city yesterday on the Illinois Central R.
R. tor Kansas City, Mo. She has been
visiting relatives in HiiDtsville, Ala.
The City of Hulena from Memphis ar
rived here yesterday morning at 10:30
o'clock. She discharged some freight here
aud lull for St. Louis at 11 :30 a. m. .
Tho City of Providence from St. Louis
arrived here last evening at 3 o'clock. She
bad a moderate trip, received somo freight
here and departed for Vickshurg at 5 p. m.
The City of New Orleaus from St. Louis
is due here to-night for the Crescent City.
Capt. II. Davis went up on the F-iwltr
last evening. He took with him a. now
chimney for his towboat Storm.
The Paris C. Brown left Memphis 8 p. in
Tuesday, and is duo hero eirly this monv
ing. She is one of tho largest aud finest
boats in the Big O Line. Passengers going
up the Ohio can secure tickets of Agent
W.F. Lambdiu; office?? Ohio levee.
A' Keen Report.
A French journalist recently wrote a
rather unfavorable criticism of tho per
formance of an actress. The latter felt
deeply wounded, and longed for a
chance to get miiare with him. Ono
evening at tho Varieties, where she was
in company with a f:ust and Htupid
youngjgentlouian Bf tho aristocracy.sho
spied tno journalist in question. She
had a package for him which she re
quested her friend to deliver in person.
Tho dandy arose, and taking tho pack
ago from the lady's hand walked over
to the newspaper man and presented it
to him, saying, "Mile. Davergor, who
admires vour talent as a journalist, has
requested me to present you with this
as a souvenir from hor." The critic
took tho package and quietly opened it
before the curious eyes of about twenty
persons who had heard the dandy' h lit
Uj) speech. It eontniond about a dozen
f;oo.se-quills. Smiles and suppressed
aughter wero in order; but the wcribo
was equal to the occasion. "Ah, my
dear sir," said he to tho dandy, "please
give my best thanks to the lady for thoso
pretty leathers. I was awaro of tho fact
that she plucked hor admirers, but I
really didn't think that sho did so ou
Sir Garnot Wolseloy in Araerioa,
When Gen. thon Lieut-Col Sir
Garnet Wolseley visited the United
States during the rebellion, just twenty
years ago, no Impressed a correspond
ent who met him iu Richmond, Va., as
a robust young man of .8 or 30, five
foot uino inches high, with a well pro
portioned frame, ami look of ruddy
health, a quick, alert step, a clear, open,
bandsomo face, quiet, oay manners,
and a peculiarly Incisive, clour-cut stylo
of conversation. Everything about him
indicated energy, alertnoss, decision
and force of character.
THE FLOWER CITY FURORE
THE COMMOTION CAUSED BY THE (STATEMENT
OC A PHYSICIAN.
Dr. J. li. Heuion. who is well kn wn not
only iu Rochester, but in nearly every part
of America, sent an extended article to
this paper, a few diiybfiince.which was duly
published, deiailiug his remarkable ex
perience and rescue from what seemed to
be certain death. It would bo impossible
to enumerate thu personal enquiries which
have beeu made at our ollice as to tho va
lidity of llic article, but thev have becnjio
numerous that lurther invcsligution of the
subject was deemed an editorial necessity.
W ith this end iu view a rcuresijnativo of
ot this paper called ou Dr. lienion, at hU
residence on St. Paul street, when the fol
lowing lutervicw occurred:
"That article of vouih. Doctor, has cro-
ated quite a whirlwind. Are thebtateuumts
about the terrible condition you were iu,
and the way you were rescued such as you
"Every one of them and many additional
ones. Few people ever got so near the grave
as I did aud then return, ami I am not sur
prised that the public think it marvelous.
It was marvelous "
"How in tho world did you, a physician,
comu to be brought so low?''
''By Dtglectiug the tirbt aud most bimple
syuipt iuis. I did not think I was sick. It
is true I had frequent headaches; felt tired
most of the time; could eat nothing oue
day and was ravenous the uext; felt dull
indefinite pains ami my utotuach was nut
of order, but I did not think it meant any
"But have these common ailments any
thing to do with the fearful Bright's disease
which took so firm a hold on you?"
"Anything? Why, they are ihe sure in
dications of the first stages of thatdreadi'ul
malady. The fuct is few people kuow or
realize w hat ails them, and I am sorry to
say that too few physicians do either."
"That is a strimge statement Doctor."
'But is a true one. The medical pro
fession have been treating symptoms in
stead of diseases for years, aud it is high
time it ceased. We doctors havu beeu
clipping off the twigs when we should strike
atthuroot. The . symptoms I have just
mentioned or any unusil action or irritation
of the water channels indicate the approach
of Blight's disease even more than a cough
announces tho coming of consumption.
We do not treat tho cough,
but try to help the lungs.
We should not waste our time trying to re
lieve the headache, stomach, pains about
the body or other symptoms, but go di
rectly to the kidneys, the source ol most ot
"This, then is what you meant when you
said that more than one-half the deaths
which occur arise Iron Bright's disease, is
it d it;xV -
'Precisely. Thuusauda ol so called dis
eases are torturiug people to-day, when
in reality it is Brigh ' diseases iu some
oue of its many forms. It is Hydra-headed
monster, and the slighest symp.oms should
strike terror to every one who has them.
I can look back and recall hundreds of
deaths which physicians declared at the
time were caused by paralysis, apoplexy,
neart Disease, pneumonia, malarial fever
and other common complaints which I see
now were caused by Bright's disease."
BJ-'And did all these cases have simple
symptoms at tiistP
"Every one of them, and might have been
cured as I was by the timely use of tho
same remedy Warner's Safe Kiduey and
Liver Cure. I am getting my eyes thor
oughly opened in this mutter and think I
am helping others to see the facts and
their possible danger al -.o. Why, there
are no ends f truths bearing ou this sub
ject. If you want to know more about it
go and see Mr. Warner himself. He was
sick the same as I, aud is the healthiest
mau in Rochester ti-day. He has mado a
study of this subject ami can give you
more facts than I can. Go, too and see
Dr. Latliuiore, the chemist, at the Univer
sity. If you want facts there are any
quantity of them showing the
alarming increase of Bright's disease, its
simple aud deceptive symptoms and that
theie is but ono way by which it can bo
Fully satisfied of the truth aud force of
tho Doctor's words, the reporter bade him
good day aud called on Mr. Waruer at his
establishment on Exchange street. At
first Mr. Waruer was inclined to be reticent,
but learning that tin information desired
was about tho slsrfjKg iuciease of Bright's
disease, his mauuerTmingud instantly aud
lie spoke very earnestly :
"It is true that Bright's disease has in
creased wonderfully, and we find by
reliable statistics, that in the past ten years
its growth has been 250 percent. Look at
the promiuent men it has carried off: Ev
erett, Sumner, Chase, Wilson, Carpenter,
Bishop Haven and others. This is terrible,
and shows a greater growth than that of
any other kuown complaint. It should be
plain to every oue that something must be
dono to check this increase for there is no
knowing when it may end."
"Do you thiuk many peojile are afflicted
with it to-day who do not realize it, Mr.
"Hundreds of thousands. I havu a strik
ing example of this truth which has just
come to my notice, A prommot prolessor
in a New Orleans medical college was
lecturing before his class on the subject of
Bright's disease. He h id various fluids
under microscopic analyris, and was show
ing the students what the indications of
this terrible malady were. Iu Order to
show the contrast between healthy mid
unhealthy fluids, he had providod a vial
tho contents of which wero drawn from his
own person. And now, gentleman he said,
a wo havo seen the unhealthy indications,
I will show you how it appears in a statu
of perfect health, and ho submitted his
owi fluid to the usual test, As he watchud
tho results his countenanco suddenly
changed his color and command both loft
him and in a trembllnc voice he said:
Gen tlouien, I havo mado a painful discov
ery; I have BrigJit'sdisoBBO of the kidneys,
snd in loss than a year he was dead."
"You Doiieve then that it baa no symp
toms ot its own aud ia frequently unknown
even by the person who is afflicted with
"It has no symptoms of its own and
very often none at all. Usually.no two
people have the same symptoms, and fre
quently death is tl.o first symptom. The
slightest indications of any kidney difli
culty should be enough to strike terror to
any one. I know what I am talking
tbout, for I have been through all the
stages ol kidney disease."
"You know of Dr. Henion's case?"
"Yes, I havo both read and heard of it."
"It is very wonderful, is it not?"
"A very prominent case but no more so
than a great many others that havo come
to my notice as having beeu cured by the
"You believe thon that Blight's distaie
can be cured J"
"I kuow it can. 1 know it from the .ex
perience of hundreds of proiuiucut persons
who were given up to die by both their
physicians and friends."
"You speak of yourown experience, what
"A fearful one. I had felt languid aud
unfitted for business (or yeais. But I did
not kuow w hat ailed mo. When, however,
I found it was kidney difficulty I thought
there was littlo hope and so did the doc
tors. I have since learutd that ono of the
physicians of this city pointed me out to a
gentb'inan on the street one day, saying:
'There goes a man who will bo dead with
in a year.' I believe his words would have
prove-wtrue if I had not fortunately se
cured and used the remedy now known as
Warner's Safe Kidney ind Liver Cure."
"And this causd you to manufacture
"No it caused me to investigate. I went
to the principal cities, saw physicians pro
scribing and using it and I therefore de
termined, as a duly I owed humanity and
the tuftering, to bring it within their reach
au i now it is known in every part ol Amer
ica, is sold in evury drug store aud has be
come a household necessity."
The reporter left Mr. Warner, much im
pressed with tho earuestness and sincerity
of his statements and next paid a visit to
Dr. S. A. Lattimore at his residence on
Prince street. Dr. Lattimore, although
busily engaged upon some matters con
nected with the State Board of Health, of
which he is ono ot the analysts, court
eously answered tho questious that were
"Did you make a chemical analysis of the
case of Mr. H. II. Waruer some three years
"What did tfiis analysis show you?"
"The presence of albumen and tube casts
in igri'iit abundance."
'Aud what did the symptoms iudicate?"
'A serious disease of the
"No, sir. I did not think it possible. It
wus seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a
case had, up to that time, ever been cured."
"Do you know anything about the rem
edy which cured him?"
"Yes, I have chemically analyzed it and
upon critical examination, find it-entircly
free from any poisonous or deleterious sub
stances." We publish tho ioregoing statements in
view of the commotiou which tho pub
licity of Dr. Henion's articjo has caused and
to m et the protestations which have been
made. The standing of Dr. lienion, Mr.
Warner aud Dr. Lattimore in the commu
nity h b.-yond question and the statements
they makf. cannot for a moment bo
dotili. i. i I ' y conclusively show that
Blight's disease of the kidneys is one of
the most deceptive and dangerous of all
diseases, that it is exceedingly common,
alarmingly increasing aud that it can bo
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versilly conceded superior to all other
driuks for tho weary man of business or the
more robust laborer. The preparations of
Matter Baker ix. Co. havo long been the
standard of merit in this line, and our
readers who purchase "Baker's Breakfast
Cocoa" will find it a most healthful, deli
cious aud invigorating beverage
Do Not Be Deceived.
In thoso times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy thut is worthy of praiso
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters wo can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys ami Urinary diffi
culties. Wo know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
U rt-e of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voices or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store aud get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will conviuce them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Use Huntei's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati & N. Y.
Circulars free. (1)
aro made pallid and unattractive by func
tional irregularities, which Dr. Pierce's
"Prescription" will infallibly euro. Thou
sands of testimonials. By druggists.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers I ! I
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at oiice and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistako
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will uot tell you
at mice that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safo to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho tasto, and is the prescrip
tion of olio of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United Btatea.
Sold everywhere. 23 cunts a bottle. "
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
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