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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLET I N : FRI DAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, t882.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Ba'ckaclio, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Badiy Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
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A trial entails hut the comparatively trilling outlay
of AO tViiln, ami every one sufli-ring with pain
can liT9 cheup and positive proof of iut claims.
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J. A. UOMiSTINE.... Treasurer
J. J. UOKIMDN Medical Advisor
TH0MA8 I.KWJh - Hocretar-
JulIN C. W11ITK .Assistant Bncrutary
EiKC UTI V K Ct )M M ITTEK-
H. LKKMITON, L. S. THOMAS,
J. C. WU1TE, W. r. PITCH tit,
UOARU OF MANAOKH8:
William Ulratton. orstratton Hlrd. wholesolu
(rroetr"'; Paul (i Sdnib, wholesale and retail druu
List ; llnzou L;-tihtin, rotiinlHMlu innrrliatif, J as.
ft. McCahvy, lumber dealer; tiordmi, jihys-.
Irian; J. A. (ioldstlne, oflloldstiiiv S KosenwHtiT,
wholesale slid retell drv (;oii1b, etr; Wm. K. Pitch
er, goutrnl agent; I Int. rv H. Kill, city printer and
boo binder; Chenley Hsynes, Cooper; Jjio. C.
White, asslstuut secretary nnd solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer hi Hour and grain; K. Uross, presi
dent Alexsudi r Coimly isnk ; 51. W. lluiidricks.
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary aud attorney at
law; 1.. h. Thomas, broom insnnlactnrer; W. K
Kussel, conlrai'tiir and buililer; ('. T, Kndd
agent C. St. L. AN. O. nillaoad;Mosus Phllllis,ear
l.enier; II . A. Cliumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
Kuv. J. Mpencer, clergyman. Ht lxiuls. 111).; .1. II.
Itetliuua.'cliTiilt clerk, MlislHSlppl county, Ctmrles
ton, Mo. : J. II Moore , law ver, Commerce, Mo.
I. hingletorv, phvslelan, Arlington, Ky.; J. S.
Tsrry. phvslclau, Kulton, Kv. ; Win. Kyan, farmnr,
Wurfv, Kv.; A. Stelnbarh, uianmacturer of sad
dlerv. Kvsnsvllle, Ind.jlke Anderson, socreury
tn satierilitendeulC. Mt. I.. A N O. railroad, Jack
son, 1'enn.t J. H. Koburtson, phvslelan, Millii-
ville.'lVno. ; Thomas A. Osliorn, Lnrness iiinker,
Hollvar.Tetin. : Wm. I.. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tlslxig AgeuQ. Uollv burln's. Miss
v w- t Great chance to make nion
I U I I It ey. Those who always take
I -a; I II I I advantage of the good cbau
I I J I aces to make money thai are
v-" M-s 'offered, generally become
wealthy, whllethose whodo
not impiove such chances remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work foi
ns right In their own lorslltlefi. Any one can do
the work properly from the first start. The bus)
liens will pav more than ten times ordinary wnges.
Expet'tlve out tit furnished free. N v one whoenga
ttrt falls to makt money rapidly. Yen can dovote
your whole time to the work, or only your spur
momen's. Pull Intormstlon and nil that Is needed
sent free. Address btlnsou & Co.. 1'oitUnd, Maine.
Is a combination of Hypopunspbltes, originated
by me In Canada while under the proress of pulmo
nary consumption, and which has sine been em
ployed by the medical profession throughout Anu r
cs and England with unprecedented snTu.
It contain th element i unllal to the animal
organisation, the oxidising agents and tonics,
lu combination with the stimulating agent phna-
Jdi'irtis. possessing the merit of beliigaltglitly aika
Ine, and Is dispensed In Hie convenient and palat-
able f irm of asyrtip.
lueflerinre ums'lr Visible within twenty-four
hour aud are marked by stimulation of the appe-
tit, the digestion aud assimilation, entering di
rectly Into the circulation It tonss the nerves and
xnnse.les: exert a healthy action of the f.retlaiis
Velther disturbs the stomach nor lu lure the system
' under prolonged use, and may be discontinued at
any lime without Inconvenience,
la a word It iiossosaus tne stimulant to arouse
(he strength, llis rtonlc to retain It, and merit of a
fclgh degree. very respectfully,
, JAMKM I. FELLOW..
tlf Pa not be dooeived by remedies hearing a
. ttnllaruame; no other preparation 1 substitute
tut Una, miit any circuiuslancw.
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K. A. liurui:tt, Cairo, Illinola.
Keeping the Eolio of a Museum up to the
rioklos Smith who hits charge of tho
roct-ption of rolics and tho euro of the
museum of the Lime Kiln Club, report
ed that some finml hud enturod the room
by climbing over tho roofs and curried
awny one of the two skulls of Oliver
Cromwell, uont to tho club from Boston.
Ho had placed the cane in tho hands of
tho detectives, but thus far no clue had
boon obtained to tho identity of the
puilty parties. The secretary was in
structed to oiTcr a reward of $5 for. tho
ri-turn of tlio relic, and, in case it could
not bo recovered, to procure a skull
of some of the rest. of the Cromwell
"(oi.dkn Mkdical discovery" (Trade
mark registered) is not only a sovereign
remedy tor consumption, but also for con
sumptive night-sweats, bronchitis, coughs,
npitting of blood, weak lungs, shortness of
breath, 'i.id kindred affections of the throat
and chest. By druggists.
The editor of tho Century magazine
fails to discover in literature the nhraso,
"Stra nyulatus pro Republica" (slaugh
tered for the Itepublic), which General
(lai fleld wrote upon a slip of paper a
few weeks before, his doath, and bo
lievos that the expression was origiual
with the lute President.
Soapmakers may givo each other fho
lye with .impunity. In other lines of
business'it is safer to bo a little cautious
in this respect
Kcstorcd From A Decline.
NoitTir Gkkkck. N. Y., April 25, 1880.
Dr. K. V. Pierce. lliiiralo.N.Y.:
Dear Sir I feel it my duty to write and
thank you for what your "Golden Medical
Discovery" and "Favorite Prescription"
have done for my daughter. She is nice
fleshy, has more color in her face, no head
ache, and is in other ways groatly improved.
$IltS. MaKCELLA MEYKItS.
A writer in tho Ncicntiftis American
says: "We clean our premises of theso
detestable vermin by making white
wash yellow with copperas, ami cover
ing tho stones and rafters in tho cellar
w ith it. la every crcvico in which a
rat may go, we put the crystals of tho
copperas and scatter in tho corners of
Ihc-lloor. Tho result was a perfect
stampede of rats and mice. Since that
time not a footfall of either rat or
mice has boon around tho hotiso. Ev
ery Spring a coat of tho yellow wash is
given tho cellar a a purifier, as a rat
exterminntor and no typhoid, dysentery
or fever attacks the family. Many per
sons deliberately attract all tho rats In
tho neighborhood by leaving fruits and
vegetables uncovered in tho cellar, and
sometimes even tho soap is left open
for their regalement. Cover up every
thing eatable in the cellar and pantry,
nud you will soon starve them out.
These precautions, joined to tho service
of a good cat, will "prove as good a rat
exterminator as tho chemist can pro
vide. We nevor allow rats to be poi
soned in our dwelling; they are so apt
to bo be! ween the walls and produce
Unlike other cathartics, Dr. Pierces'
"Pellets" do not render the bowels costivo
after operation, but, on the contraty, estab
lish a permanently healthv action. Being
entirely vegetable no particular care is re
quired while using them. By druggists.
For some time puM goyerument of
ficials in the Sandwich Islands havo
boon unusually active in gathering lep
ers and Heudiiig them to tho settlement
on Molokai island, and thereby have
roused tho enmity of tho afflicted rela
tives, who havo tlikon to posting incen
diary notices in couspieious places,
threatening to lire plantations If the of
ficers did not desist, of robbing them of
t hose livid dear. UnlikoOriontal races,
IlawaiiaiiB cling to leper relatives to tho
end, even though the stricken one be
hideous beyond conception, and hardly
recognizable as human.
A Vi'onehman has established a Hon
preserve in southern Algeria. Forthoso
ititt oiiid huntsmen who think the, home
sick lions of tho menagerie quite llerce
enough, there will bo placed portable
fortresses about tho grounds.
If it rlirnrful lionet. In ft I'nnlinllfll feitSt
there must ho large number of peoplo"
who no not gci a square meat unuu n
1KA1'U to rut, mice, roaches and ants;
rarsons' j.xiarmiuator. iiarns, granaries
anil llftllUf-ilinllu nl.mrurl in a alnrrlrt nfflrht.
No fear of bad smells. Best and cheapest
. 1 I .1 rl
vermin muer a tno woria. ooiu every
If boots squeak, there is no time
when they do it with euch persistency
and vigor as on Sunday, . when the
owner is passing up the church aisle to
liis pow. And tho moro carofully ho
goes and on tiptoe, tho noisier tuoy are.
Tho Now York Ilcruid lias enterod Into
a campaign against squeaky boots, and
the result is a numbor of communica
tions suggesting various remedies. One
Who Has Tried It" and "Sympathy"
agree that tho best plan is to have a
slioe-makor put somo powdered soap
stone between the outer and in nor soles.
Hnwover, this should bo done before the
boots aro made, and the suggestion is
worthless in the caso of boots which
havo already boon ordered, paid for and
entered upon their career of squenki
ness. "Lnvy" hits tho caso of existing
boots and shoos, with his suggestion
"to bore two small holos, ono inch
apart and one-sixteenth of an inch in
depth, in the conter of tho sole of each
shoo. Then till each hole with a drop
or two of sweet oil and let it soak well
into the shoe before using. If the shoe
still squeaks repeat the remedy; asque
ky shoe always succumbs to the second
doso of sweet oiL" "B.G.O." gives tho
philosophy of tho squeak, antf writes:
"Squeaky shoes are caused by the vacu
um between tho insole aud the outsolo.
Treading on the solo of a shoe forces
the air out of tho vacuum, which pro
duces tho sound we call squeak. The
proof of this is that a so-called 'turned
shoe,' having no insole, forms no
vacuum, therefore does' not squeak.
A piece of muslin or other similar ma
terial, gummed on both sides, which
will adhere to tho inner and outer sole,
thus Idling tho vacuum, will, of neces
sity, prevent squoaking. This applies
to shoos in process of making. Now, as
to those which are already made three
or four pegs or brads driven in the outer
sole, bot ween tho shank and tho too,
will close tho vacuum and provent tho
squeak."- Tho latter suggestion ap
pears to have a spice of mischief in it.
Unless groat care was exercised in in
serting the pegs, tho wearer would soon
wish that ho had tho squeak back
A Young Gorilla.
An animal-dealer in Livorpool, Mr.
Cross, has been made happy by the ar
rival of a young gorilla from Africa.
He feeds on Valencia raisins eating a
pound daily eggs and similar light
food. His appetite is voracious, andhe
amuses himself by plaving with a cat.
During the voyage from Africa to the
Mersey, the gorilla, availing itself of
tho liberty which had been incautiously
given to it, mado an attack upon seve
ral of the crew. It ran amuck, in fact,
at tho captain, biting him savagely in
the leg, and two men who came forward
to bis assistance were also attacked,
and to some extent injured.
: By dint of somo well-applied chastise
ment, however, tho gorilla was induc
ed to confine his ebulitions of temper
to mere displays of his teeth, and later
it was found possible to treat him with
out severity a change of tactics which
ho repaid by becoming quite tamo, and
allowing himself to De haudled with
Tho animal is not, as might bo im
plied from the ferociousness which it
at lirst displayed, a fully-grown speci
men, but. its physique anil appearance,
as well as its height of fully four feet,
givo it what might bo called rank even
among tlio finest of African gorillas.
Collinsvillo. on the lino of the Bur
lington & Missouri railway extension to
Denver, is the latest hurrah town. Tho
cow-boys and railroad gradors congre
gate there at night iu great numbers,
nnu there is soraeuouy to oury every
morning. Tho stove-pipe in the princi-
Eal saloon refuses to draw because in a
urst of hilurityjtho cow-boys and grad
ers pertoraieu h witn buiiet-noics.
A bird that lives on the fiuny tribe is
a tish hawk; and the man that sells the
finny tribe is a Hsu-hawker.
Few peoplo havo any idea of tho
enormous demand for cress-ties fur the
rail roads of the United States. It is es
timated by competent judges that it
takes yearly 200,1)00 acres of forest to
supply this demand, no less than 15,000,
000 being used annually for which on
an average tho contractors get 35 cents
apiece, making in the aggregate $5,
250,000. In building a now road tho
contractors figure on 2,700 ties to tho
mile, whilo it takes 300 ties to tho mile
to keep a constructed road in repair.
Tho average of a good pieco of timber
land is 200 trees to the acup and twelve
ties to tho tree. White or Iburr oak is
considered tho best timber for the pur
pose, although cherry, maple, ash, and
even locust have beon usod. The
business gives employment to an army
of choppers, who aro paid 10 cents a
pioco for each tie. A single man hits
been known to get out 35 ties in a day,
yet tho average i only 10, whilo an ex
pert will probablv got out 20.
Whew Famines Occur.
It is a great help to the study of fam
ines to observe that tliey occur almost
invariably iu thinly-settled countries, or
in countries whero tlio whole peoplo aro
employed in producing food. Iroland
and India belong to tlio latter class;
Sweden, Persia and Asia Minor to the
former. Se ven years ago both Asia
Minor and Northern Sweden were en
during tho horrors of famine. Both
aro thmly-settlod countries, the former
having less than a third of tho popula
tion it supported in Roman times. In
1874 children wore sold by their parents
into perpetual slavery, partly to save
them from a slow and painful doath,
and partly to secure a scanty supply of
food for tho remaining motnbers of tho
household. Whole villages wore, de
populated, and regions abandoned to
tho wildorness. Swedish Dolecarlla
was uonrly as ill oil", tho dillorence be
ing duo to better government aud large
assistance from tho neighboring coun
tries and provinces. At this moment
both countries aro ugain facing tho
same terrible experience, and crying
for bread to the ro.it of tho world. On
Malthtisian principles, they should bo
enjoying an exceptional prosperity;
but tho experience of nmnkiud, somo
how, will continually insist on showing
weaknesses In Maltlms. The AmerZ
. . ; '.' ;
Somo intoroBting Lottora &om
tho people, ,
Which Should be Read by
Dr. Schenck gives the evi
dence on which he : .
bases his asser- ,
Clear and explicit statements
from well-known persona
which should convince
tho most skeptical.
For other Certificate of Care, tend for
Dr. tSchenck's J!wk on Conmimplion,
Liver Complaint and )upqmi. 11 (ires
a full dcHfyiptUm of thexe dinnui in llieir
various form, alo, talualile information
in regard to the diet aud elothiinj of tie
nick; horn and irhvn eierehe nhmild be
taken, &c. This honk w the remit of
many years of experience in the, treatment
of Lang Diseases, and should lie read, Ml
only by the ajflictcd, but by thosa who, from
hereditary taint of other cause, mippnse
themselves ItiMe to any affection, oj the
throat or luntjs.
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A Gentleman lvell-hnow-n in Zanesvllle,
Urr.xlen and Cohoc ton, writes from I'ckin,
Dr. J. II. Scmfnck :
Hear Sir in the winter of 1871 1 was told by
three prominent doctors that my wife had Con
sumption, and that she could not live until spring.
Soon after this a friend, who lives in Dayton, Ohio,
recommended your medicines to her, but having
been told that she was incurable, we had no faith
in Uiem. Her friend finally brought her a bottle of
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her life was saved. She is now entirely well.
I am well-known here, as well as in Zanesville,
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rceommciiilcd your medicines to a grea many, and
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A. W. WHITE.
Proprietor White House, IVkm, III.
Nov. 2i, 1879.
From well-known Citizens of fit I.011W, Aln.
Dear Sir I have used your J'lilnionlo Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake 1'IIIa in my fam
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W. II. Ilf.AKE, Captain,
Steamer " John I). Maude."
Memphis and fit. I.oois I'ai kel I. me
Sr. I.ons, Mo., I
D11. J. II. SciiK.sc k : December la, 1879. )
Di ar Sir- In the fall of 1S71 my son was taken
tii.!., .111.I several of the prominent doctors of this
city pronounced his disease Consumption. My
lliLir .nlvite I look him Smith, but the change of
ilimalc did him no good. Soon after tins, Captain
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Front I be Sl.tecs of Charity of .St. Joseph's
llointe, Kniiiilllslnieg, I'a.
KstMiTrsnrsi;, Mo., I
June iu, 1H80. I
l.i lieii K'h I'i liuoi.ile Syrup has been used in
our institution fur several years, a id has proved a
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tion and olheiwisc relieving the patient. We keep
a constant supply of (his valuable rrmedy in the
house, and continently recommend its use to all
who arc subject to affections of the throat and
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Another rw of Consumption Cured Hi l a
I'orte, lull. (
I.a Port, Ind., f
Dr. Si iu'sck.- Jan. 31st, 1881. (
About twelve years ago I was dangerously ill
with I.ung Fever, I had great trouble in breathing;
every breath I drew caused me pain. 1 had three
doctors treating me, but I grew worse all the time.
I was .11 that time connected with the Lake Shore
K. R. Co. One of my lellow clerks induced me to
get some of your medicines, saying that he had
used them himself with entire surtevs. 1 sent for
wiine of your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic an&
Mandrake Pills. 1 used them according to the di
rections, and in a short time noticed a marked im
provement in my health, which kept up us I contin
ued using your medicines After taking several
bottles each of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
Tonic I got entirely over my sickness.
Since that time I have recommended-your medi
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used tliem with great success.
F. W. NEBKLTHAP.
Ex-Trustee of La Porte Co.
lUr.J. It. Miller, of Newcastle, Ind.,' writes:
NllWCAHII.K, ISO., I
UK. Sciibnck ! January sad, iBrii. 1
Dear Sir-My wife was troubled with Luiitf Dis
ease, attended with weakness and prostration. 1
bad doctors in Newcastle and Hagerstown attend
ing her, but their skill was of no avail. She did nol
grow any better under their care. She heciunc so
low that lliere seemed to be no hope (or her rerov
ery. I then tame acioss one of your paitiphlcis,
and after reading of the many cures made by your
medicines, I concluded 10 give tlieiu a trial.' Sol
bought one botile each of your " Pulmonic Pyruu"
and " Seuweed Tnnic," which she used, nml slm.ed
such a marked improvement that I got neue of il'c
medicines. After umiir a half.iloen hollies, hc
became quite well and strong ncam My wife bin
J;reat fulth in your medicines. and .,he limits tin re
s nothing better in the world. Wu keep them ui
ways in the house. Ycurs Truly,- e
' I. D.M.. . t it.
Mr wife's mother was tetien with bleeding of
the lungs. She also used your Pulmonic Syrup and
Seaweed Tonic, nnd, as in my wife's case, the Pul
monic Syrup healed her lungs, and she found the
Seaweed Tonic to be possessed of wonderful
J. B. MILLER.
CoiiHuiuptolii I'nrmauontly Cured.
Connkiuvii.!., Ino., I '
Dk. Sciikhck. January aist, 1881, f
Dear Sir In 1861 I took a heavy cujd, which
quickly fastened on my lungs. I became uuable to
do anything. I was confined to my bed. My case
went on 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 untit for service, one of my lungs being nearly
?one. I had given myself to die, when John S.
leuson, who formerly lived near this city, now liv
ing in Indianapolis, recommended me to use
Schenck's Remedies, aa he had dono in his own
case and had been cured thereby. I did as be ad
vised me, which proved to be my salvation. I pro
cured some of your " Pulmonic Syrup," " Seaweed
Tonic" and " Mandrake Pills." I commenced to
use them, and found them to benefit me from the
start. I continued to use your medicines faithfully,
and in si months time I was entirely curd, my
lungs becoming as strong as ever ; and your nieili
Itines did the work. -
I wish to add that since that time twenty years
ago 1 have had no return of my trouble. I he cure
was a perfect and lasting one.
I know of Uie above case and can certify to the
truth of the foregoing.
L. RAWI.S, Drugfist.
From Akron, Ohio-Consumption Cured.
Akkon, Ohio, I
Dk. J. It. Schenck: Feb.th, 1BK1. (
Dear Sir Having been asked by many in regard
to your medicines, and the benefit I had received
from them, I have concluded to give you an account
of my case. In the Winter of 1873 1 was pro
nounced an incurable Consumptive by every physi
cian in this place, as well as several in Cleveland.
1 had all (he symptorrs cough, night sweats, great
deoility and loss of flesh. I was reduced in weight
from one hundred ami titty pounds to eighty
founds. I had given up all hope of recovery, alien
was told by Mr. James Scaul.in that he had
used your medicines with good effect, and he ad
vised me to give them a trial, although I do not
think he believed they would cure me, for I was so
sick at this time that no one thought that I would
ever get well. I thought, however, that they might
give me temporary relief, and with this object I
commenced 10 use your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not
taken it two days before I felt great relief, esiec
islly in the severity of my cough. I then took the
Mandrake Pills and Seaweed Tonic, and in iwo
weeks my appetite came back, and I began to g un
strength. I tixk your medicines for about three
months. I was too sick to do any kind of work for
two years. Your medicines made a perfect cure,
and I have been in good health ever since. 1 do
not know that I can say more than this, unless it be
that I believe your medicines to be good, and that
they will do all that you sav they will do.
Yours Very Truly,
J. A. REILLY.
From Mr. John It. Notlmcker, of Shelby,
Dk. J. H. Schenck Philadelphia:
Dear Sir In May, 1R7 y, I caught a heavy cold,
which gradually settled on my lungs, causing great
diificuliy and pain in breathing. 1 could not rest at
niirht, being kept awake by coughing. The loss of
sleep and appetite at last reduced me very much
from 1(0 pounds, my iisu.d weight w hen in health,
to 113 pounds. I took Uie prescriptions of physi
cians, but they did mc no good. One day, while
looking over ihe Ci.kvkiam) Hi.km.o, I noticed
th-tt your medicines had cured many cases that
were at least as bd as mine, and so concluded to
use them. They were rather slow in their action at
lirst, but after I had used them for a couple of
weeks, 1 saw thai I was getting hjitrr; my aptie
tite improved, the pain and difficulty in breathing
was relieved, and after using eight bottles I felt
th.u I was restored 10 perfect health. 1 soon re
covered my former weight, and 1 have been quite
well ever since. I am satisfied that 1 owe my re
covery entirely to your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake fills.
John g. nothacker.
With C. H. Asken, Shelby, Richmond Con Ohio.
Feb. aist, 18S1.
From Mr. Koliei t W. Jones, of London,
London, Ohio, I
D. Schenck : October 9th, ifo. (
Dear Sir About four years ago I was taken sick
with what my physicians told me was Consumption
of the Lungs. I had a bad cough, and was reduced
very much in my weight. At different times, I had
seven physicians of tins place ami also wnelfrom
Hioomsburg, attending me. and although they all
thought thev could help me. I grew worse very
fast under their treatment. I was compelled 10
give up all business for over two years, and no one
b "lieved, nor did I myseii believe, that 1 rould ever
Xet well. One day I happened to lall at Mr.
uburn Smith's Drug Store, in this place, and
puked uo one of your pamphlets. In reading the
ci rlitiiates of cutis, 1 louiiil one lase so nearly like
my own that I at once 1 our lulled in give your med
ci ics a trial. 1 bought the Seaweed Tonic, Pul
monic Syrup ami Mandrake Pills, and began their
u e according to the printed directions, aud lean
liulysay, that from the lirst I saw a maik-d im
piouMiitnt in all my symptoms. This encouraged
ice to continue their use until I was entirely well.
I have had good health since my recovery, and I
believe your medicines saved my live. 1 know of
several other persons in ilns city that bavc been
cured by your remedies.
Robert w. junks.
Guard the System Against
The Groat Vogotable Substitute
Thoy will euro Chills and Fevor.
Thoy will euro DiarrhoDa.
Thoy will euro obstinato Constipa-
pation, loaving tho Stomach
and bowels in a hoalthy
Thoy will euro Liver Complaint,
that groat fororunnor of
Do not produce sickness at the Stomach, nausea nr
griping. On the contrary, they are so mild and
agreeable in their action that a person suffering
with a sick headache, sour stomach, or pain In I he
bowels, Is speedily relieved of these distressing
symptoms. . I'hey act directly onjthc liver, the or
gan which, Vhen in n healthy condition, purifies
tne 0100a lor tne wnoie nouy.,
Thev are a nerfect nrenarntlon of th.il 1rre.1l and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or I'odophyllin, a
remedy that has displaced the use of mcrt ury as
well as many other poisonous drugs, in the nractice
of every Intelligent physician,
rrol. jonn ising, 01 me i nitrgeni meittcine, ot
Cincinnatti, says: "In Constipation it acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costiveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not its equal in the whole range of medicines, being
vastly more useful tb,an mcrcurinl agents, arousing
the liver In hcnlthy action, Increasing the flow of
bile, and keeping ofthese action longer than any
other agent with which we are acquainted." (See
American Dispensatory, page jio.) '
In all cases of Liver Complaint nr Dyspepsia,
w' en there Is great weaki.e nr debility. Dr.
Hehenek's Seuweed Tonlo should be used in
connection with these Pills. '
DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES,
SEAWEED TONIC, .
and PULMONIC SYRUP
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions for
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