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I BE CURED?
Some interesting Letters from
Which Should be Read by
Dr. Schenck gives the evi-
?k dene 3 on which he
if bases his'asser
. tion that
Clear fuid explicit statements
from well-known persons
v which should convince
the most skeptical.
For other Certificate of Cure, tend for
Dr. ScJttnek't Book on Vontumption,
Liver Complaint and Dytpepnia. It gieet
, a full devniption of lliene dwnm in thsir
iPious form, also, mlaalile information
in rttjurd to the diet and tlothiug of the
tick; how and when exereUe should be
taken, de. 2' hit Ixtuk w tlie remit of
'vumy years of crperienee in the treatment
of Lung DitenAes, and vhoxld lie read.hbt
only by (he afflicted, but by those who, from
hereditary taint of other cuam, suppose
themndocs habU to any aj'cdion oj the
throtit or Inog.
IT IS SEK3T FREE
Post Paid, to all Applicants.
Addrctt, J. II. Schenek fc Son, Cor, Arch
and Hixth tits., PhiUubJphia, Pa,
; 'Go and tee, the people who urite. the fol
lowing Utter, if possible.
A Gentlcmiin well-known In Zttiiesvlllo,
t Dresden and Cohocton, writes from I'ek In
i Da,. J. H. Schenck ;
'Dear Sir-In die winter of 187 I whs told by
i V three prominent doctors that my wife had Con
s' limiijiiuii, auu mat auc wuuiu-not live unui spring.
Soon after this a friend, who lives in Dayton, Ohio,
I recommended your medicine to her, but having
been told that she was linkable, wo had no faith
' in them, Her friend finally broupht her a bottle of
, your Pulmonic Syrup, and insisted on her giving
it a fair trial. She did so, and thanlt God, bv its use
' her life was saved . She is now entirely well.
I am well-known here, as well as in Zanesville,
"i- ' v.onocion, ana wouia reieryou to tne
"TV wtyimrsisw iwd others in these towns who w ill re-
- tfnember my wife's case as very bad one. I have
1 ixcommcnilefl your medicines to a grca many, and
'-have never known them to fail in making cures
. where they have been piven a fair trial. 1 am in-
iduced to send yuu this bv the thought that it w ill be
of such great use to suffering; hunianitv.
A. W. WHITE,
Proprietor Vhite House, Pckin, III.
Nov. at, 1879.
From well-known CltUeua of St Louis, Mo.
Dear Sir I have used your rulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic and Miimlrako I'llls in my fam
ily for years, and have always found Uiciu good, and
reliable medicines. I believe that they will do all
you claim for them.
V , KtlMtnrr " Inhn P. Muni! "
Memphis and St. Luois Packet Line.
St. Louis, Mo., I
Dk. J. li, Senior.;; : December u, 1870. (
I u.r f ir- I:i t'.ii; fall of i8;t my son was taken
ie'a,:d uvcr.) rf the prominent doctors of this
V i.-.O-ioiinci'. his ii.c;i.'.c Consumption. By
liv it vivice 1 ti-'.'k iii;n South, but the change of
cinn . . ri i iiim nocud Sion afier this, Captam
lii.il;,'. . 11 n:ini'.',tf; fncvl, tol l me how good your
ju:ii.ei in sueh diseases, and advised me to
'git a '.noJ. i di:i v, and he soon began tit
jji ii He i ::vJ streii-,Mii, and finally was entirely
c :r.J. l v-"..iilv iit'i'iiuiiiiid your medicines to
Ui t.i.o i,ie iijii' uly afihcied.
t Vf-ura Truly.
Corner Ninlh and Pine Streets.
lrni. tlto f Ntnrs of (Tiurlty of Kt. Jimi'iilTx
' iiou..c, KiiitiiUslttirK.
EmmiTtsbi-rg, Mrt., I
June 10, ifcdo. f
j ficlu-iii'ti! J'liluionli' tyrop bas been used in
, c :r m.ailutiiin fur sevifral years, aid has proved a
vri'i i(iita ions remedy in the numerous cases in
vl.ich 11 haslmcn employed, by removing inllamma
Uoii and otherwise reheviiiK the patient. We keep
auburn supply of this valuable remedy in the
b'lU'f. i'nd con!kntly riconmiend 11s uku to all
vho are subject to affections of the llnoat and
" Tim Sisri.i.s ot Cium rv oh
' Si. J.H.IIl's llol'.l'.
AiioIIict cHn if CoiiMiinptlon (Hired ill l.
. l.s I'ni.ir, I nil, I
.Da. Sihkmk: Jan. i8i. j
About twelve ye in a,i 1 was dangerously ill
v.uli I.ungFe''. I had KTc.it trouble in breathln,';;
every breath 1 drew caused me pain. I had three
doctors ticatitiK me, but 1 grew worse all tho time,
I was at ihit tim'1 connected with the Lake Shore
X. K. Co. '"'. of my fclUw clerks induct d me i
(..t, snail-, of your medicines, saying that he had
used them him!if with ciitue vaccc.. I kent for
sonic of your Pul-nonic Syrup, Seiiwo'd Tonic aiiA
Mandrake i'lll. I used them nctnidi'iK to li e di-r-xiuons,
and in a sliort time ioia.ed a niarked im
V provement in my htalih, which kept upas I comiu
f ued iisini; your ined iciiks After taking several
ifiitles eiich of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seuwtcd
Nfc.jyfiXcot eniirely cvei mv sickness.
ince tbat time I have rcconiinended your medi.
fine to many other people living in La Porte, who
a incm v iui yrcai success.
I'. W. JSf.HI'.l. l ll.l',
KxTriikicc el l a Pni ;e t 0.
Ur.il.lt. Miller, of Nkhimh:1i), luiL, writes:
' ' ': ': .' . .' NH'C.kTlf.' iMII., I
I Da. SfHKNCKi . January d, lofai. )
Dear Sir-My wile was iroubled with I.iihk His
ejts. attended with weakness snd prostration. I
had doctors In Newcastle and llaxerstown aitnid
in her, but their skill was of no nvt.il. She did not
I;row any bettcT under their rare. She Uiaiu- so
aw that there seemtd to be no hope for her iecov
ry. 1 then earn across one of your pi mpl.le:i,
and after reading of the many cutis made l.y Mur
medicines, 1 concluded to give them a trial. So I
bouctil one botile each of your " Pclnioniv Syiup "
, sndr Seaweed Twiic," whiih slietiued, and i f:,. ne, I
Mu.h marked Improvement that I i'oi mor.- of tl,.
nedlcfnes. After using a half dtcn IsitiUf..
tnicame quite well and kur n-n Mv '(. ii, ,
fnai faith in your m dictnrs.aml she ihinl-s Ht
1 luilhitiff heltar ill ihe i&iw-)f4. It'.. !... .1
S ways in l"i house, Veurs Truly,
( ,' .'.'"v-'y '":,;.. ". ', "' 1 11. n.. i.i- :. 1
THE DAILY ' CAHIO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1882.
My wife's mniher was senea wiih bleeding ot
the lunss. She ulso used your Pulmonic Syrup nd
Seaweed Tonic, and, as in my wife's case, the Pul
monic Synip healed her lungs, and she found the
Seaweed 'Ionic to lie possessed of wonderful
J. B. MILLER.
CoiiNunijitoiu rermtinently Cured.
CONNKRSVIIXE, INI)., I
Dr. Schknck. January aist, 1B81. )
Dear Sir In 18(11 I took a heavy cold, which
quickly fastened on my lungs. I became unable to
do anything. 1 was confined to my bed. My case
went 011 from bad to worse, and developed rapidly
into Consumption. At the time of the draft during
the war, the examining physician rejected me as be
ing unlit for service, one of my lungs being nearly
Bone. I had given myself to die, when John S.
Benson, who formerly lived near this city, now liv
ine in Indianapolis, recommended me to use
Sthcnck's Remedies, as he had done in his own
case and had been cured thereby. I did as he ad
vised me, which proved to be ray salvation. ) pro
cured some of your " Pulmonic Syrup," " Seaweed
Tonic" and "Mandrake PilU." 1 commenced to
use them, and found them to benefit me from the
start. I continued to use your medicines faithfully,
and in sit months time I was entirely cured, my
liings becoming as strong as ever ; and your incdi
icincsdid the work.
I wish to add that since that time twenty years
ago 1 have had no return of my trouble. The cure
was a perfect and lasting one.
I know of the above case aod can certify to the
truth of the foregoing.
,, 1.. UAWLS, Druggist.
I roin Akron, Ohio Consumption Cured.
Akkon, Ohio, I
Dk. J. II.. Soiknck: ' l'c-b. 17th, j
Dear Sir Having been a-dted by many in regard
to your medicines, and the benefit I bal received
from them, I have concluded toL,'iveyou an account
of my case. In the Vimei of 1X71 1 was pro
nounced .in incurable Consumptive by every phjsi
cian in t'lis place, as well as several in Cleveland.
I had all the symptoms cough, ninlit sweats, great
debility and loss of tlesh. I was reduced in weight
from one hundred and fifty pounds 10 eighty
pounds. I had given up all hope of recovery, when
I was told by Mr. James Sranl.in that lie had
used your midicines with good i liect,nd he ad
vised me to give litem a trial, although I do not
think he believed llicy would cure me, for I was so
sick id this time lh.it in one thought that I would
ever 1; .t well. 1 thought, however, that they might
give .r.j temporary relic!', and with this object I
commenced to use your Pulmonic Syrup. 1 had not
Uken it two days before 1 felt great relief, espec
ially in the severity of my coucrh. I ihen took the
Mandrake I 'ills ami Siawc.A. Tonic, and in two
weeks my appetite came b.u k, and 1 began to gin
strength. I took your medicines for about three
months. I was too sick to do any kind of work for
two years. Your ni'-dkines made a perfect cure,
and I have been in jooil health ever since; I do
not know that 1 can say more than this, unii ss it he
that I believe your medicines to he good, and that
they will do all that you s.iy they will do.
Yours Very Truly,
J. A. REILLV.
From Mr. John i. Notlmckor, of Slielbv,
Dk. J. II. SOikmk Philadelphia:
Dear Sir - In May, 1879, I caught a heavy cold,
which gradi a'ly settled on my lungs, causing great
difficulty and pun in breathing. I could not rest at
night, being k i t awake by coughing. The loss of
sleep and appetite at last reduc ed me very much
from 1G0 poundi, my usual weight when in health,
to 13) pounds. I took Hie prescript:. ins of physi
cians, out they did 111c no good. One day, while
luojiing over the Ci.i:vki.ai Hi'.kald, 1 noticed
that your medicines had cured many cases that
were at least as bad as mine, and so concluded to
use them. They were rather slow in their action at
first, but after 1 had used il.em for a couple of
weeks, 1 saw that I was getting better; my appe
tite improved, the pain and difficulty in breathing
was relieved, and after using eight bottles 1 felt
that I was restored to perfect health. I soon re
covered my former weight, and I have been quite
well ever since. I am satisfied that I owe my re
covery entirely to your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills.
Truly Yours, '
JOil-, 0. XOTII ACKER,
With C. II. Asken, Shelby, Richmond Co., Ohio.
Feb. aist, iKRi.
From Mr. Hubert W. Jones, of London,
London, Onto, I
Dk. Schknck: October oth, ittto.
Dear Sir About four years ago I was taken sick
wiih what my physicians told me was Consumption
of the Lungs. I had H bad cough, and was reduced
very much In my Height. At different limes, I had
seven physicians of tins plate and also one! from
Rloomsburg, .mending me, and although they all
thought they could help me, 1 grew worse very
fast under their treatment. I was compelled 10
give up all business for over two years, and no one
believed, nor did I myself believe, thai 1 could ever
get well. One day I happened to call at Mr.
Auburn Smith's Dreg Store, in tills place, and
picked ui) one of your pamphlets. In reading the
certificates of cures, I found one case so nearly like
my own that 1 at once concluded to give your nied
cines a trial. 1 bought the Seaweed Tonic, Pul
monic Syrup and Mandrake Pills, and began their
use according to the printed directions, and lean
truly say. that fmin ilic first I saw a maiked im
provement in all my symptoms. Tliis encouraged
me to continue il.cir use until 1 was entirely well.
1 have had good hclth i,iuc my recovery,' and 1
believe your medicines sated my live. 1 know of
M'ver.'l oiiier persons in this city that have been
cured by your rum-dies.
Kl IliKRT W. JflNlCS.
Guard tho System Against
A L A R I A
The Groat Vogotable Substitute
They will euro Chilla and Fovor.
Thoy will euro Diarrhcoa.
Tlicy will euro obatinato Constipa
putton, leaving tho Stomach
and bowels in a hoalthy
They will cure Liver Complaint,
that grout fororunnor of
Do net pro.lum sickness at the Slnmarh. nausea or
griping, tin ihe contrary, they lire so mild and
atfi-eeahlr in tlieu- Hition thai n person suffering
nwiIi 11 sick I1e.11t.11 he, soyr stomach, rr pain in ihr
Ixrwcls, is speedily relieved of there distressino
symptoms. I k y , t ,t,r, c,y f,e,u. m ,hr ,.".
the blood lor the m hole body.
I h; v uri! a pufei 1 preparation of iht great and
well-know n it mi dy, Mandrake or Podopbvllln a
remedy Hint li, s di ,pi,rtd the use of iiii tcury as
well as many ml,, r prisonous drugs, in the piactuc
of every inte!l,-,.m pLUu,,, 1
iW. Mm king, ,.f tic College of Medicine, rf
1 inclnimiti, sjms: "Li CmiMipalion It acts uim.ii
Ihe bowels viihoin di-pmlug iltetn lo subsequent
costivrnrs. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not its ccpial In tjia. whole lange of medicines, being
vast' more liw fnt than mercurial agents, arousing
the liver to healthy anion, Increasing the How oi
bile, and keeping cd these actions longer than any
ather agent with which tve me arijiiaintcd." (See
imerlciij I hsu nsae-ry. r';r f i)
In ul) rases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
wen tlor is ureal weakness or debility. Ir.
NeliiMirk's Keuwiwd 'I'onlii should be used in
connection wiih these Pills.
DR. SCIIENCK'S MEDICINES,
and PULMONIC SYRUP
Arc sold by all Drugeisls, nnd full directions for
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
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Letters and comm .ilcatlons should be addressed
a. A. Uuruett, Cairo, Illinois.
Paper (jas jrono into use in some of
tlio rostiiiirnntH in Bnrlin as platos for
thy or simii-tlry articles of fooil. Tliero
is no reanoii why clitifip jmpur eups
jiroporly oln.cd shoulii not bo cmiiloyeJ
ut railroad M,;ii ions so that passcngors
could ttiko a cup of coil'ee alunj with
them instead of liastily drinking it nt a
Sonic of the most timid girls are not
f rieiitened by a loud bang.
Victory belongs to the most persever
ing. A ballet dancer died recently at Na
ples, leaving a largo forlune. This
shows how easy it is to accumulate
wealth when one drosses economically.
Old umbrella and buggy tops are now
being ulili.ed by ladies for theatre hats.
Tho demand for them almost equals
that for confederate bonds.
"Only Indies allowed to smoke here,"
is the siniticant notico to be seen in
many of the depots of the Filtsburg aud
Fort Wayno Hnilroad. ,
The London Spectator says, after the
North won tho victory over the South,
it shed loss blood than any nation so
provoked ever yet had done.
"America," Bays an Englishman, "is
a country where a man's statement is
not worth 2 cents unless backed up by
!tn 'oiler to bet you $10."
Mr. Longfellow alwavs used au old
fashioned quill pen. The "old clock
on the 6lairs" he does not own it be
longs to a family in Pittsfield, Mass.
The Mayor of Chicago says that city
is his bride. Ho should hiro several
thousand scavengers and have his bride
John Morlcy says that classical train
ing is more apily calculated to destroy
tho qualities of good writing and fine
speaking than any other system that
could Invo l en contrived.
Mrs. ' Vinnie 1! -am Hirxio, tho sculp
tress, wears a handsome camoo breast
pin in rich setting, which was given to
her by Cardinal Anlondli, the Primo
M'ttistor of l'opi' Pint IX.
Hoswtdl P. Flower, the Now York
Congressman who beat Astor, earned
money for Ids tuluealion when a boy by
working in u brick-yard aud teaching
It is estimated that Messrs. Appleton
& Co. have sold (JO, 000 sets of their
American Eneyclopxdia at tin average
price of $!):. which B $5,700,000, and
that the estimated profit is $1,000,000.
Leadvillo now numbers 20,000 poople,
and liftei'ii out of Colorado's twenty
three millions1 worth of ore mined
Inst year were from the Loadvillo dis
trict. The London 'itnch makes Tommy
say to Ktlio: "I mean to be an astron
omer when 1 l'imw up." Eflio naively
replies: "What on earth will you do
with yourself all day longP"
A little child was addressed by a gen
tleman tho oilier day. "How old aro
yon, my dear?" ho asked, "Old!" said
the child. Indignantly; "I'm not old at
all; Tin quitu now!"
Quite Provoking. - A lady belngnsked
liow many calls she had made tho oilier
ufieriii'on, replied ; "Oh, I only made
seven; I was unfortunate enough to
11 it 1 everybody at home."
Winnipeg is a grand place for girls.
It is said that if it is found out that a
young lady is on a coming train there
is siiro to be about 200 eligible bache
lors anxiously waiting nt tho station,
ready to propose matrimony.
The Montreal dally Mar concludes a
long editorial on Canadian loyalty by
ntlirinlng. as its conviction, that llm
lirst, (Im.y of Canada is toward herself,
nnd that if her interests demand inde
pendence she should be independent."
"Father, did you over have another
wife besides inotherP" "No, my boy;
wh,id, posses -ed yon to ask such a ques
tion P'1 "llccause 1 saw in the old lam
ily bible where you married Auno Dom
ini in 1H.'J5, nnd that isn't mother, for
her name was Sally Smith."
When a Boston girl Is presented with
a bouquet she says: "Oh, how dolio
lously mvouI. Its fragrance linpoiio.
trales the entire atmosphere of tho
room." A "down-cast" girl simply
sayst 'It smells scrumptious; thanlts,
A Boston man who had boen roughly
treated by lawyers while on the witness
stand, Is nullallng (lie question of a
law to protect, witnesses from Insultj of
counsel. Ho proposes that when Hny
subject nll'eotlng a witness's reputation
shall be opened in uioHS-oxnmiuatlon
lie shall bo privileged to tuako n full
explanation of that matter, regardless
of iu relevancy.
George P. Marsh has boen minlstet
resident, of the United States ,In Italy
einco 1801 continuously nearly twenty
one years. A war lias been fought,
slavery has been abolished, and livo
administrations have passed away in
That old blonde favorite, Lydia
Thompson, la really doing well In de
corous, legitimate comedy. Olive Lo
gan, writing from London, SSJS tl'at
she is very pleasing in her gay, light
comedy part, and applause and flowers
are her flattering harvest nightly.
A hardened wretch. "Does our talk
disturb you?" said ono of a company
of talkative ladies to an old gentleman
sitting in a railroad station the other
afternoon. "No, ma'am," was the
naive reply; "I've beon married nigb
on to forty years."
Two Virginia colored men, having o
dispute in regard to politics, agreed to
a mock duel. They repairod to the
fiold of honor, took their placos, dis
charged their shot-guns, and ono man
fell fatally wounded. There was shot
In ono guu, though neither of them
Says the Com mere in! Advertiser:
"If only one-half tho shams were re
moved from tho pension rolls and only
those retained who wore seriously inca
pacitated from earning their broad, the
pension .deficiency, instead of being
$20,000,000 would not foot up $2,000, it
A niyslerious box was sent from
America to an English member of par
liatnent. If. was otieucd with great
precaution at the Woolwich arsenal.
It iv m thought to Im the abode of sumo
hellish demon of the gouts dynamite.
It contained samples of irtmno. An
other liondish oufrago on English nobil
ity. A man was arraigned before a jus
tice in Jersey City, the other day, on a
charge of disorderly conduct, preferred
by a policeman. When asked for par
ticulars the policeman said: "I was
walking along the street, and as I
passed the man ho said 'boo' to mo and
put his linger to las n sc." The justice
put the case oil' lo g vo himself time to
ascertain under what statute Baying
"boo" becomes a misdemeanor.
The importance attached to the white
elephant iu Shun is traceable to tho
prevalent religious system Buddhism.
When Gautama Buddha made his last
avatar or descent iu visible form be
fore coming upon the earth to teach, he
adopted the guise of a white elephant.
Tho homage and solicitude that besot
tho so-called lord white elephant is
greater than "doth hedge a king."
Near Occuni, Conn., a man saw an
osprey eagle swoop down to the surface
of a mill-pond and seize a pickerel.
The bird then flow toward land, but
dropped his prize owing to tho squirtA
ing of the iish. Again ho pounced up
on his falling prey, seized it and simt
up to a great height. He then let it
fall and followed it. By this latter fall
the fish was killed. The eagle then
picked it up aud Hew away.
"Can I drive him, do you think?"
Mr. Slowboy timidly asked tho livery
man, as he climbed into the buggy and
handled tho linos with some misgiving.
"Land, yes," said tho hostler, with
hearty encouragement. "Anybody
can drive him; a child can drive him;
but," ho added, as the horse went down
tho streot like a rocket, climbed over a
hay-wagon, shook Mr, Slowboy into tho
Mississippi river and left the buggy
hanging to tho arm of a lamp-post,r"it
takes a railroad train to keep up with
Gentleman meets a friend and takes
him homo to dinner. Arrived at tho
Ik.uso lie leaves lilm in the sitting-room
to announce tho fict to his wife. The
friend, heaving directly a clamor of
tongues in the adjoining room, decor
ates the keyhole with his oar. Shrill
Voice; "Always the way bringing
people homo without a minute's warn
ing! Him, too! Why couldn't yuu
h ave him to batten on bis usual free
luiic'i roine?" Iloarso Voi"e: "S-,h!"
Sjui'l Voice: "I wont ssh!" Iloar-e
Voice: "1 tell you vou will! Oh, if ho
'asu'l. in the room outside, wouldn't
I jlNt. ein you ," Till! fli,.l,, S....
ing Icniu 'li th- keyhole: "I ain't rmy
longer; -rive it in lii'i',"
- . mm i
A l'l'HK. wholesome distillation of witch
hazel. Aniei'icnn nine. Cnnadu fir. murliroWl
clover blossoms, etc., fragrant with tho
healing essences of balsam nnd of pine.
Such is Sant'ord's Radical Cure for Catarrh.
Complete treatment for $1.00.
FADKDor irnv hair rraduallv recovers ifs
youthful color and lustre by tho use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, an eleirnnt ilrei,i
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
FitoM hundreds of reported cases where
patients have inereasod in weight from five
to forty pounds whilo using Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hy pophospbitcs, no doubts
remain of its powerful action on tho orians
A Popular Tonic
FDH WEAK M'NOH AND CONSUMPTION.
No pretmnitiou ever Introduced to tho
Aniurican public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Soro Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of (lie diseuHO, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
tho celebrated "Tolu, ltock and Ityo." Tho
repealed nnd continued sales of tho articlo
everywhere aro tho best evidence of its ronl
merits, Letters and testimoualR from every
quarter of tho country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing eilects, nro in
xissession of tho proprietors, and enn be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
render ol its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial ot this article, having a
pleasant taste mid ncreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who nro afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of tho re-
let to lie secured by tho use ofToIu, Rock
nnd Rye. Chicago Time.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of getierntivo organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggiats. Bond for circular to Allen's
Phnriiincy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold In
Cairo by Barclay Bros,
A NasAL iN.ntcron fieo with onrh hot tie
of Shitoli'i Catarrh Remedy. Prtco 00
BoupkNi Hkllkck & Co., St. Louis, sell
tho best and cheapest Car Starter made.
With It one man can move a freight cnr. (1) ,
jrl.i s r 1 .1 al Vtf
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Scro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Goneral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Prrpira'lon on earth equals Kt. Jacob!, Oil as
a tafr, ture. ilmplti anil reoji Kxtemnl Keuiedy.
A trial entails but the compiirhtively trililti).' ouilny
of 60 C ent, and every one sutlerinir with pain
can have cheap and positive proof of iu claims.
Directions In FJeven Unipiagec.
BOLD BY ALL L2DQQISTS AKD DEALEEB IS
A.VOGELER ii CO.,
Ilaltimure, Md, V, B.J
IS ri O a week iiivouroun town. So oil till
I i " free. No rlik, tvrythini; new. csd
. I I I oil not riiuired. we wi:i inniich von
f II l Weviry thin l' -Mnuy are innklii for
TT Itirieii LutlicH mtike asmurh as ineti,
and hoys and ylris niakn freal pay
Header, if Vou w net h lnn.lnv. wt itl.L h .
make (rreat pav all Die time vou w ork, write for par
ticulars to II. llallett Jt Co., I'ortlatiil, Maine
MUTUAL AIII .OriETV.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUfc.
WIDOWS' & OliPHAxXS'
Mutual Aid. Society,
Organized .Tnlv Itth, 11177, Inder the Laws o
the Mate nf Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1J177, Under Act of't'oiijrress.
('.. T. M ini
..... Medical Adviser
j. a. goldst'ink!'.'."'
THOM AS 1 HI'IS
JOHN C. WHITE.....'...!
It. LEICHTON'. t . tiii.miu
J. C. WHITE, W F. l i l t lil.H.
IIOAIIIJ OKMAXAOKUS: I
Wlllmm Stratton. of stratum hlrd, wli. lcna'u
rrocers; 1'iiitl (J. Si hub, w tiolcle ui.d retail du,..
(.let; Ha.en I. i trti t n , -o nnHM..n men liui.t; Jan',
h. McOiihcy, litniher deaicrj ,. ,1. Gordon, i,,vn.
IcIiiii: J. A. (Joldstliir. on.oldrth!.' li H ewiil'er,
Who I'm e and relH.I lire i..,o,u .,t. u ... v i
rr, Kencml ac-ent ; lleory II. Kiln, eitv tiriiil r si rl
book binder; ( he'ley U ivnes, Coopi r: .Inn (;
White, assinimt secremry and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, denier in flour mid crriiiii; K. ilronn, i,rri
(lent. Alejuindcr County Dunk; (V W. Hendricks,
l oiitriietor fowl Imil.i... i'..,,. tu, ,
. .i.i , ........... ,.,.p , Mini-, il'IOTUI
ptciit; I honiss Lewis, mcrciiirj imil nlturrev ui
ia ; u. a. i iiouiiis, lirooni mniuciirer; W F
lill AM..1 . rillilrili'tor .,.,.1 ...11. 1. .. , rn
lieeut U t-t. L. .U N. O. rullno.i(l :M
penler; II . A. (Jhiimiili'v. conimcto.', f aire, Ills.
)(e. .1. Hiiei.evr. e erL'iriinii.st ,.nU V... .1 ii
ltuthune.. rlrcnil cl..rl l,a.;;,... V,i .' , '
1011. MO ',1. II Mll..r.. Iuv,.r I',.,, M . .
). Hincjlefirv. phvsiiiiin, Arlli'uMon, Ky ; '.)! V.
i""'i'"ii. i iiiiou. ivv.; win. liMin, former,
Nurrv, lev, ; A. .st. liihiich, iieuni sctiirer of snd
illerv, Kvftiisviil.., Ind ; ik Atnlernon, secretary
to superltifciident (: , Kt. U i N O. railroad, .lark
son. I'cnn .: .1. K l;,,),. r.,.., ,.i u..,..
in . n. ...1, ,1, , r.i.tfin, ,,iuii;.
Vlll, Icon. : Hionois A. Iislion, liri,,,u. ,LD.
nullvar.Teniy Wni I.. Walker, "Dixid A river-'
tlsliiK AKrn 3, Iiollv :-nrr.".. Mi-s
fi "J .fimit ehsnee to make mon-
'III I I ''' 'I'hooi who alwavs laku
111 II ll I '"'"'"'""'"I Ihei'oodehun
J J JLJ fy 0'eH to nnike. tiio-.ey fliatuni
, ...I, i ultimo iy neroiiie
u n,i It,, w ul i!,.M..
,7, ...III,. 1111111 WIIOIIII
not imptovo stic:h cIhiikcs trin iln in poverty. W
mnnj men, women, noys huh t'lrls to work lot
lisrliihtln ttiulr own Ineiililles. Any o'ie enn dii
tho work nrfiniiriv irom llm iirut ' n',,. i i
,''ri -iM. j lie- nun
ness wlil pny more th m leu timet, ordltrirv wai'es.
Kxpsnslvu on I lit liiriilslied free. o one whoeiius.
lies fills to miiki money nipirily. Vim can devote
your who.u time lo the work, or only your snnre
MiniHnnii fj".. It i..r . i . t . .r . .
uvuinu-K, run luiummiiou Hnu nil unit Ih ncflffl
itt'Ut fro. AddrcHH Sttn-on A'. To.. I'nMUiwl, Mb. tie.
Folio wh' HvpoplioHpliitoH.
is a roillhllliitlon of ItMiotihosiililles. nrlntnnr.ul
by mo III i'siihiIii whtln tt inter the process of pulmo
nary coiisiiinplloli, nnd which has slneu benu em
ployed by the medical i rnressliiii throiic;hoiit Aiucr
ca and Knuland wiin uiipreeMileiiied success.
llcotiuttis the oW'inciiis ch cm I ul to tha animal
orennlziiiloti, the oxIdisiiiE ni;enls and tollies.
in conininiiiioii wit n ttiu stimtiiuuiiK ncrcnt itim
;iioriis, tiossesnlnit the merit iif biilntx h) li.'litly ulku
Ino, and is illsiiniised In Ihu cotiveiileiit and iinliit.
able form of a syrup,
us eni'i'is uru untia iv visinie wnuin twetity-rotir
hours and aro murlted by a stimulation of llm uppn
llto, this (llirestlnu and assimilation, enterlinr ill.
rrct.ly Into tha cln ulatlon ; It touss Ihii nervus and
muscles: esiirts a healiby action of thu si crnilnns;
neither disturbs thu slotmieh Uorliilnres the system
Under prolonui'd use, aiul tun v ho discontinued at
any time without lucoiivctiluiici ,
In a word It possesses thu stimulant tt) troll sa
the stmiiKiti, the 'tonics to retain it, and merit oft
lil(l) deKres, Very ri'spectlully.
JAMIIM i. ruiihuwu,
tV ) not bo deceived bv rnmedtus bcnrlinr a
similar niimo; no other prupa atlou Is a nibstltuts
for this, 'indor any circumstances.
FOR HAI.K MYDttUOOtHTS.-
IW. THE GREAT
120 Broadway, Sew York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE VVOJtL.1).
It alone issues
stiptiliulnpthnt the tont-art or liimrstire "shall
tiot he dlsti'ited'' alter It is three vears old,
and that Mich policies slmlf hi
on receipt of fuilsfm-t. ry pfoofr of death.
its policy is clear and concise, and contains
NO AKDUOUS COXDITIOXS.
Ullfift nd I til ill it fi.rtu iissi.H he .1,,, !,,,. t, ...,,.
tne lone mi l obsniro contracls losiied down with
i in ii a mi;s issueo ny oiner companies!
Its CASH KETUIINS
to policy holders are
N. H.- s'L'tl tlli! int;V liillj-tta f(1tr. ..tlr knlU..
cxprssniii.. iln iru'stiiliaMon with the returns from
their Ton r in s Sau.'.os Vi sa Pot-ieits.
Fi nai i c i a 1 S trei 1 h .
Assets Securely Invested
Sui'i lus Securely Invvted, nenrly
K.A.UUHN KIT. A gent.
' Office, comer U'th and Wasblneton.
Ni vciniier 'Ji, lwi. mid
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
The r.reat En
Ush remedy. Au
urilaUiut; cure for
sporinat :rrhe. nil
Kiti-IIC,v mid si)
d!sea-s that folow
( s a sequeiire
oi Si'Ji sbnst: ufyi
11 t mi' ' meniory, v.XJTy
Uefore TaKaanniversai l ssitmic 1 1 ,.,V i
.. paiuliitho bark,1"'-' iWOBS
dimness or vl?lo. premature old .n many
other dts -ascstut lead to msaujtv, consumption
fir A Iri'tHIIMIro oriMf,, r
Lffr Ul) t urtir uUr in i.nr num..hi -ki-v .
desu.. to sen.) free bv mall to even-one. t1T7h
!?peclflcMiliclu Is soid bv all druiririsls at 11 per
pacKaae, or six packages for J'., or will b.s'nt fres
ui iiiuiKiii rc-ceijii 01 nioncv. hv nldr-"sinu
1 fill tili.V V MKDKM.NK CO.,
win,. llerraw, N. V.
oid in ( aim bv Pmil Scniih.
8 0lOh MEDAl AWARDED
IcaI V ork,wiirTitl t .', r,,
Cl isl, n,ilii li.ti!. 1,1 mitry
maii.i-iititlml "UieScimiwof Ijln
ir,S..II I'rwrti.,B ; bound ill
il?lir Fi-nltrh tr.riMlin .n,lu.(
f ill (iiit,:i!ip.iouuitulxoiilul
timw, t,nc on, H 36 nt by
..in.. ; liMHiLrawisAriin fl.K.nf
ud now, A.MrtMs lValndy Mad
mow TrWSEi,p.rj, wn.
.r iw. ni vutUDi
iXcw rwhionAblflVrftimr., Pmpmnt, &t frrhlor, Uvtlaf.
I (jiurer, iluchu Mandrake, biilliupta and many
of the lot medicines known arc combined in 1'as
i;KR's(JiHOHRTcNic,iiit')anicdi(.ineof such va-l
riJand cifictivei.owrrs,.istonnkeit llieRrcatesi
lii'i,..) I'uru'cranJ Uvcr K emulator ancl the
De-it Health AStrsagth Kestorer Kvcr Vsei.',
It cure ly:,;icjii.i, Mieuinatism. Keuralgia,.
MesplcinncM, and ail d.-a.ses of tlie Stomach,'
llow'.ln, 1iiii:'s, I.ivernnd kidneys.
kenicml;rl 'i I. in Tonic is tha Pet FamilM
Meoi'.ineever m.ide,.imt i .cmirelyitillerrnt fron'.'
iiillcrs, 1,,,1-i.r 1 'n,-.mil inns, and other Tonii'.s, a:)
1 1. yi, in., hi, aic-'.ii'.ic'irrsciiiniKcnnes, rson-
"ll--ud'e.l:!-. "l.Vl ri-iil 1 1 1 ,,-ov ro.,V. V
Parker's Hair B
To Trtvidc For
Q O s)
Semi .Vi c nt. slum is for v" pies of 4 Mss.lnes
yoti will lw sun- in winl for vutir children .
.n Wid( lo vavmK'(
H Wn vi'iir. I he tust, Int-i st ann most lully Illus
trated -Milu'iii'l'ie in the world for vnimc iM-tinU'
1 , X VI,A'I1 ' "
Tha baby's own MiiL'izinc, more, chiiinilnir Ihun yv.
er belorn. (li ly , 'in cents h vesr
I.ITTLK FOLKS' LKATiElt.
A ilnllrhtful nnd refined .Monlblv, for public sud
private srhools nr.d homes. To Cents s year.
, , r,rrtK JANMY.
fn IIltiPtr-ir.il Weekly lor younir pconlo edited by
Mrs. (). H. Allien ( Pansy i, especbillv adnpted for
Sinidiiy res'lliiir. no renls a vmir. Address I), Ii
Ihrop & Co , :w KrunUlIn sf ., Hoston, Mass.
A New ami t.oiiipieiii Hotel, riit.lnii on I.evoe
Hecond and Knllrnad Streets,
Wst ;sA;4 ;? ;. S'.i-!m!
W T M
Th rasnti(!ur D 'pot of the Chlcnco, Ht. Loult
an' .uw Orleans: Illinois ruutrnli W abash, ht,
Louis and I'arlllc! Iron Mounliiln and Southern,
Mobile mid Ohio; alr and Ht, Louis Iliuiwsyi
aro nil Just across the slruuti while the Wteiunhoal
Lantllnii Is but one sn.tinro distant.
This Hotel Is heated by stnam, has steam
l.suiulry, llvilrnulln Klnviilor, Kleetrtc Cnl Hulls).
Atitomntlc Klre-Ahirms. tbtths, ahsnlutely pnru air,
perlcct sriwuriiirc sud uiAipletu nppoliitniunts,
Huperh ftirninhjtiejn j perfect service ( sndai. un
axon lied table. -
Ii. V. PARKKnit CC).,rJnf.M
'i.iHi.W , Mil