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THE DAILY ".CAIRO BILLETIN: WEDNESDAY .MORNING. JANUARY 25, 1882
In regard to the great curative properties of
UNDOUBTED CURES OF
The Originals of the following Letters, as
well as many thousand others, which lack
of space in this paper prevents our publish
ing, can be seen by any one at the Olflce of
Dr. J. II. Scheuck & Son in Philadelphia.
We ask the Afflicted to go
and see the people who
write these Letters.
If this is impossible, write to
them, enclosing a stamp
for return postage.
For other Certificates of lures, send jor
Dr. Schenek's Book on Consumption,
Liner Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives
a full description of these diseases in their
various forms, also, valuable information
in regard to the diet and clothing of the
sick; 7wu and when exercise should be
taken, dec. This took is the result of
many years 'of experience in the treatment
of Lung Diseases, and should be read, not
only by the afflicted, but by those who, from
luereditary taint or other cause, suppose
themselms liMe to -any affection oj tha
throat or lungt.
IT IS SENT FREE
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. U. Schenek C Son, 573
Arch St., Philadelphia, 1'a,
From Springfield, Ohio.
Si'kinufikld, Ohio., I
Dr. J. H. Sciirnck : Jan. 39, 1880. )
Dear Sir From a feeling of gratitude and a de
tire to benefit others, I send you this certificate that
all may koow of the virtues of your remedies. For
over one year my exse seeined hopeless j I had
night sweats, loss of appetite, a very severe cough
and complete prostration of my whole system. My
physician pronounced my disease Consumption. I
was reduced almost to a skeleton, and all the med
icines 1 took failed to give me any relief. 1 had
fully made up my mind that 1 was incurable, when
an acquaintance recommended your remedies. I
had little faith ill them, however, having lost all
hope ; but, in a very short lime after commencing
their use, I found to my great surprise that I was
getting stronger and that my worst symptoms were
fast disappearing. 1 persevered in taking them
until I was restored to perfect health. I assure you
that language fails to express the gratitude 1 feel
towards you for your skill in preparing so good and
great a remedy.
CATHERINE A. STEWART.
Cured of Consumption after Two Yenrg of
Severe 111 nuns.
Nkwiii rc.h, N. Y.,1
Dk. J. H. Si.hbnck : March 4. 879- i
Dear Sir I feel that I am doing good to others
by telling you what your medicines have done for
me. 1 was sick with Consumption for over two
years, and after trying many remedies and employ
ing the best phys.cians in this city, without benefit,
I was induced to use your medicines. I had hardly
taken the first bottle before 1 felt much better, and
after continuing their use for some time was en
tirely cured. This was over six years ago, and as I
have continued to enjoy good health since, I feel
that my cure is permanent. 1 am happy to add my
testimony wun many otners to me cmcny m yum
medicines. 1 know many others in Newburgh who
bave been benefitted by their use.
MKS. SOl'HIA M. I.AWSON.
No. 59 Ann Street, Newburgh, N. Y.
From Mr. JIarlry I', Hopkins, of l'rovl
dence, It. I. He 1 Cured of Consumption
by Dr. Schenrk's Medicines, after being
given up die by some of the. best physi
cian of the city.
Dr. J, H. ScHBNCKI
Dear Sir I have been cured of what three
of the best physicians of this city told me was Con
sumption of the lungs, by the use of your medi
cines. I was first attacked with the disease In Oc
tober, S3o, and although I was from that time
continually under the care of a physician, 1 grew
worse and worse until at last I was confined to my
bed. I can hardly say that I was first attacked with
the disease in lisu, for my lungs had been weak
for many yean previous to tins, and I would quite
often have severe pain in tny breast If 1 took the
least cold or exerted mvsclf too much ininv w.nv.
1 grew worse, my cough became very bad j I had
Oilfht sweats so severe that mv bed lhroueh the
night would be as wet as though water had been
thrown over me. I was continually raising blood
ana large quantities oi nnensive matter Iron) my
lungs, and at last had nil the well-known symptoms
of Consumption in its last stages.
At the request of ny family, my physician called
In two other doctors of this city, and they after an
' rsamination. agreed that mv case was hnnrli-.
- J IC J ,l,v.. ."J " - M.n, iimu uvilUr OC IOIO
that 1 could not live, as my time would he very
abort for arranging tny worldly affairs. They also
said lliat no medicine would lie of any use to me.
The next day my friend, Mr. A. 1. Leiili, hearing of
i my condition, sent me a bottle of your I'ulmonic
Syrup, thinking it might relieve my cough, and
snake tny expectoration easier, I bcg.ui using it,
Mr even honiiiff that it would cure Ui4. but hurl.
ing great relief from its use, when tin fi bottle
was gone I sent and got more ; so I continued it un
til 1 had used seven or eight bottles. All this time
I was in tied and was so weak that 1 bad to be
lifted. This was not a difficult thing to do, how
ever, as I only weighed about oo pounds. As 1
have said, 1 commenced the use of your medicine
with no thought of its curing me, but after taking
the eighth bottle 1 would sometimes feel a little
hungry, a thing 1 had not before done for many
months, I omitted to mention that after taking
fovir or live bottles of the I'ulmonic Syrup. I nlso
began taking the Seaweed Tonic, and I .also took
some of the Mandrake 1'ills.
ft is needless for me to give you an account of nil
my feelings during my recovery. Of course it was
slow, but it was also sure. 1 gradually gained
strength, the character of what 1 raised from my
lungs was changed, not being so offensive, and at
last I was able to get up and walk about my room.
Krnra this time my recovery was rapid. I gained
flesh fast and soon went out doors, and now, lam
entirely well, a wonderlo all tuy acquaintances who
saw me when I was so low.
1 weigh i (5a pounds, appetite good, and I can
truly say that I never felt better in my life. 1 con
sider your medicines as wonderful in their effects.
They have saved my life and 1 feel so thankful to
you that I am anxious that all who arc suffering
with lung troubles should know how good they are.
Of course, I can give a better account of my case
telling of it than in writing and if any who read this
are interested, they are welcome to toll on me at my
May i,;th, 1S81. HARLEY P. HOPKINS,
No. a Howell St., Providence, R. I.
Mr, II.aki.kv P, Hopkins, who writes the foregoing
letter to Dr. Schenek of Philadelphia, is an old resi
dent of Providence, I have known him well for
the last fifteen years, and I can assure the public
that all he has written in regard to his sickness und
recovery is strictly true. He was considered n con
sumptive in the last stages of the disease by his
physician and f riends.and I believe that his recovery
entirely due to the use of Dr. Schenck's Medicines.
May loth, iMi. 11. 1. Llil l'll, Druggist,
No, 382 North Main St., Providence, R. I.
From liny City, Mich, Another case of
Consumption cured by l)r, Scliourk'a
IUv City, Mich., I
Dr. J. H. Sciienck : Nov. ioth, 1880. f
Dear Sir I write this to give you an account of
the cure of my mother by your medicines;. Six
years ago, from the effects of a heavy cold, she was
reduced very low with Consumption, and was pro
nounced incurable by her physician. She had a
terrible cough, and some of her coughing spells
would last so long that she would turn black in the
face und often raise as much as a pint ot blood at a
time. When she was first taken sick she was quite
stout, but from the loss of blood by bemorrhi'ges,
and the loss of sleep, she was at last reduced to al
most a skeleton. While in this terrible condition,
1 happened to read your advertisement in an Os
wego, N. Y., paper, where we were living at this
tune. The statements of those who had used your
medicines seemed so candid and reasonable that wo
concluded to give them a trial, and I can truly say,
that by coming to this conclusion my mother's life
was saved from .1 Consumptive's grave. She com
menced by using all your remedies, as directed by
you, and we soon saw a marked improvement in all
her symptoms. In conclusion I will say, that she
continued their use until she was entirely well, re
gaining her former weight and strength.
Dr. Schknck : October 29th, 1881.
Dear Sir 1 have reason to know the value of
your Remedies: the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills. I have used them in
my family for many years. They were first brought
to my notico in 1863. I was then very far gone
with Disease of the Lungs, and had been given up
by physicians to die. Mr. A. M. Griffin, of Ravenna,
!hlo, induced me to try your Medicines, saying
that they had cured him of Lung Disease after he
had been in as low a condition as myself. I con
sented to do so, as I had no other hope of being
cured. I used the I'ulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
Tunic, and began to pick up right away. Keeling
ray condition improving, I kept on using the Medi
ci). cs, and finally became quite well and strong
again, and have continued so to this day.
Foreman of I. N. Topliffs shops, East Cleveland,
From an Old Iti'sldi'tit of Albany. White
J.iiio Ci'ii trul Transit Co. ieorgc C. Kcd-
N. Y. Central Freight Ccpot.
C'orncr"bf Orange and Water Sis.
Albany, fcb. 10, 1SS1
DlX. J. II. SCHENCg, Phil.i., Pa:
DcarSir I write this to let you know that my
little daughter Henrietta, whom you saw on your
visit to this city in the fall of 1879, has entirely re
covered her health by the use of your Medicines.
1 wish also at the same time to give you some facts
in regard to her case which 1 did not have time to
do wlien you were here. My daughter was con
sidered a healthy child until the month of Novem
ber, 1878, when she was attacked with Remittant
Fever, with which she was sick for a long time.
As she was recovering from it she took a heavy
cold, which settled on her lungs, prnlucing s con
stant hacking cough. As several of her mother's
relatives had died of Consumption, wc were much
troubled in regard to her case, especially as our
physician told us that her lungs were weak, and af
ter her cough had continued some time, that they
were seriously allected. He prescribed many
things for her, principally cod liver oil and stimu
lants ; but she kept getting worse and worse, until
at last he told us that there was no hope (or her re
covery ; and, to satisfy us that he had done all that
it was possible for him to do, called in two other
doctors. They, after consultation, agreed that she
must die, and that all we could do was to make her
comfortable while she lived. This was in the
month of September, 1H79. Although wc were as
sured by our physician that our little daughter could
not get well, yet we were always looking over the
papers to try and find something that would at least
preserve her life for a time. One evening 1 read in
the Ai.hanv Evknini; Timks the statements of many
who had been cured of serious lung diseases by
your Medicines, and feeling that they at least could
do her no harm, 1 concluded to Rive them atrial.
1 therefore went to the drug store of Mr. Miller, a
gentleman with whom I was well acquainted, and
asked linn what he knew or thought ot your Medi
cines.. He said: "I have heard them highly
spoken of by my customers, and believe them to he
good." I then bought a bottle of the Pulmonic
Syrup, ns well as some of the Mandrake 1'ills and
Seaweed Tonic, and my daughter commenced to use
them according to the printed directions. We all
soon saw that they were doing her good. When
she had taken them about two weeks we noticed by
the paper that you were to visit Albany profession
ally, ami, taking advantage 01 tins npporiuniiv, wc
had you sec her. Although you did not see tier at
the worst, you of course remember her apparently
hopeless condition. We ran only say that from the
Medicines you gave her she soon rapidly improved
and became healthy and strong. We give you this
certiticate or letter that others may know of your
great Medicines. I am satistied that you saved the
lilc of my child, as she was pronounced beyond med
ical aid bv three of die best physicians of this city.
GEORGE C. REDDEN,
Agent of the White Line, Albany, N. Y.
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea or
griping. On the contrary, they are so mild and
agreeable in their action that n person sullenng
with a ick headache, sour ntomacfi, or pain in the
bowels, is speedily relieved of these distressing
symptom;. They act directly on the liver, the or
gan whiih, when Inn healthy conditiou purities the
blood lor the whole body.
They arc a perfect preparation of the great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or I'odophyllln, a
remedytli.it has displaces! the use of mercury, as
well as many oilier poisonous drugs, in the practice
of every intelligent physician.
l'r r. John King, of the College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, says 1 " In Constipation it nets upon
the bowels without disponing the 111 to subsequent
costlvenrss. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not lis equal In the whole range of medicines, being
vastly more uselul than murctiriul agents, arousing
the liver to healthy action, Increasing the flow of
bile, and keeping up these action longer than any
other agent witlijwhlcli we are acquainted." (See
American Diipcnsaturf page 7
in all cases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
where there is great weakness or debility, Dr.
Hclieni k's 8e.uwe.ed Toulo should be used In
connection with these Pills.
Dr. Schenck'a Medicines:
and Pulmonio Syrup
Are sold by all Druggists, nd full directions for
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Real Lifo in tlw Saintly City. .
It was a soft nml balmy night In
Rprinpi the buniing sunset was hanging
its golden tMpt'sirius across tho nioilow
west, riiiI tlio electric light was just be
ginning to fiz nml spit along tho main
streets, whon Elder Snoozer wad sitting
in tho olegant boudoir of widow Smith,
whoso rich brown eyes and dosimMo
real estate penetrated' tho elder's inmost
"Can you, Sarah?" ho said, throwing
his enormous hand upon her shoulder,
on tho further side, "conic to my homo
in tho Second Ward, whero I will bo
"Will that 8(u'mt-eyed first wifu of
yours be made to stand around when I
"When your dulcet voieo sounds
through the ancestral halls, Hannah
will get to tho coal bin. Sho'll have
about live hours sleep a dav, and work
for you the balance of tho time."
Inside of the week they passed
through the Endowment House where
Elder Wells rnada them one. Old
Snoozer took in a lino piece of real
estate with a good-looking woman, and
was happy. Two years passed, and tho
once beautiful Sarah, bending over tho
washttib and lamming the endowment
robe of the third wife viciously against
a tree, until tho suds falling over tho
tender flowers give them new lifo in tho
hot July sun, is tho sort of picture tho
passing bull whacker contemplates.
"How tlo you like tho new deal?"
asks tho first wife, who is chopping
wood hard by. And the language of
wife No. "1 is not lit to print in a family
newspaper. Salt Lake Tribune.
A Studio Romance.
Tho story of a pleasant studio ro
mance conies from ISerlin. A fine-looking
man came to a prominent painter to
sit for his portrait,, and, as ho entered,
his eyes fell upon the likeness of a young
ladv, just finished. Standing motionless
witli admiration before it, he exclaimed,
"II(v lovely just meets mv case I
will take her on tho spot." ' The artist
smiled in silent approval of tho stran
ger's taste and thought: "Perhaps ho
can be helped a little." In tho courso
of a few days the gentleman's portrait
was llnishe'd. "They would make a
fine pair," thought the artist, and to test
his idea he placed the two portraits side
by side, contemplating them admiringly.
Just then, as cljanco would have it, the
fair original entered to inquire after her
portrait, and, with no slight astonish
ment, saw in what agreeable company
her efligy found itself. "A handsome
man, indeed," were tho words that came
from her lips unintentionally. "Isn't
lie? and it was just becauso ho recipro
cated the opinion that I" ho paused
for fear he had made a blunder. Hut
when, after some time, tho gentleman
came for Jus portrait, and inquired with
evident solicitude for the charming por
trait mid its original, which in the mean
time hud disappeared from the studio,
the artist be! rayed tho impression which
his work had made. In a few weeks
more he learned tho concluding chapter
of the romance, through the artistically
engraved curd formally announcing the
betrothal of his two clients.
The following are some of the Ori
It is easy to mount a little donkey.
The nightingale wits shut up in a gold
en esige, but she still cried, "My home,
Two captains in one ship will surely
The fox ends by getting into tho fur
Knife wounds heal, but not those
m ado by a word,
Tho heart is a crystal palace; onco
broken, it can never be mended.
Willi patience, sour grapes become
sweetmeats, and mulberry leaves turn
At sight of a glow-worm, the timid
cry "Fire." "
A fly is nothing, but it spoils tho nj
pctitc. The apple and tho pomegranate trees
disputed which was fairer, when tho
thistle exclaimed, "Let us not quarrel,
- - Sn
Even in Italy husbands are becoming
scarce, so that tho Italian women are
learning to help themselves. Work is
not eonlined to the absolute poor; the
middle classes nro bringing up their
daughters to learn a trade or profession,
and to work at homo ami out of tho
house. The idea has proven lucrative,
even in the speculation of marriage, as
u man naturally prefers a girl who can
earn her own living to one who can only
tinglo a tune on tho pianoforte or sing a
new song by Tosti, Deiiza, or Kotoli.
Hut this is only in Upper Italy. In tho
Southern province tho idea of women
working Is laughed at. Even tho men
there work as little as possible, and they
would rather try to livo onafrano u
day, without earning it, than to have a
thousand franc a day and work for them.
In Upper Italy, on tho contrary, even,
tho aristocracy work, anil show it good
evainplo to the less fortunate classes.
m - tm
A Philadelphia Epitaph.
A late issue of tho lWladclphia .aty
cr contains the following:
In tho prldo or his manhood ho hoard tho last
Though Hint In the fluid whero bin feet prewt
oil the soil;
Ho until gullied his wlcktitiuid Ihrowno hliWiist
To Join the choir round iho Hm of lilu dod.
(ione to meet his brother.
DVHi'Ki'BiA, liver complaint, and kindred
aflocttons. For trcatku giving micci'shM
Bclf-troatimmt address World's disponsury
Modical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
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Letter and comm nlcafiona should be addressed
K. A. Harm tt. Cairo, Illinois.
A Surprised Passenger.
This happened sonio years ago on a
railroad train which was going well,
it wasn't exactly a lightning express.
The engineer wdistled "down brakes."
"What's the trouble, conductor?" ex
citedly asked a passenger. "Cow on
the truck," coolly responded the con
ductor. The man was satisfied. Shortly
afterward "down brakes," was again
whistled. "What's tho matter now?"
cried the passenger. "Cow on the track,"
was the reply. "Ureal heavens," cried
the man "haven't we caught up with
that cow yet?"
Sicking Into tho Sea.
Shells and fossil fish are often found
in rocky dill's, hundreds of feet above
the ocean, and even in mountains miles
away. from the sea-coast, (leologists
who have some knowledge of the struct
ure of our earlh and the forces of naturo
which have changed its form, assert
that these dills iiiuf mountains were un
der the ocean when the fish und shells
They atl'inn, also, that similar changes
are now going on in the world, that the
coast of Chili is steadily rising. Tho
New Jersey fanners are alarmed by tho
assertion that their coast is steadily
sinking. Their State geologist, Prof.
George Cook, assures them that tho At
lantic ocean is slowly gaining upon their
farms, and that the coast has sunk at
least eight feet in the hist century.
Old residents in Cumberland County
will point out land which in their boy
hood was high anil sandy, that is now
low and black and heavy. It isn't
pleasant to think of the fine peach or
chards of Jersey as lost in the ocean,
but we may be tolerably sure that tho
loss will not come in our generation'.
I hi I'iKitCK's "Favorite Prescription" is a
most powerful restorative tonic, also com
bining the most valuable nervine properties,
especially adapted to the wants of delim
itated ladies suffering from weak back, in
ward fever, congestion, inflaniation, or
ulceration, or from nervousness or neural
gic pains. By druggists.
That hacking coutrh can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarauteo it
Paul G. Scluih, Agent. 1
FADLuor gray hair gradually recovers it
youthful color anil lustre by the use o
Parker's Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
W11.1, von st'FKKii with Dyspepsia ami
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitali.cr's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul O. Schuh,
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Iiclts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 110 days to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
dis -ases. Illustnrted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Btdt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Si.ekplkss NHiirrs tnado miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure in the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 3
Tiikuk is more strength restoring power
in a 50 cent bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of milk. As an apctizer, blood purilicr and
kidney corrector, thcro is nothing liko it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind und liody. See other column.
Catakuh cuuho, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remed. Prico
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative) organs. $1. 5 for $5. AH
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
CuTro by Barclay Bros.
Foil laniii back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. ' 5
A Couu'li, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNcglect frequent 1 re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach liko cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inllain
ud parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis,' Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown s Bronchial Trochee liavo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pot feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by widn and constant uso for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
romedies of tho ago. Sold at 25 cents a
GREAT Gkkm DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !.
E R ADICAT E D
Kick roimiH purhlud and
Fevered and sick per
sons relieved and re
fresned bv bathing
Fluid added to lliu
Boft white romplexlons
secured by Its use In
Impure air made bnriu
Imhs and purified by
To purify the breath,
cleatiHii the teeth, it
can't be Hurpunxed.
Catarrh relluyed ami
llurns relieved luntnitly.
Kemoves all nnpleuKaut
M'fliX? tKBUafl CiU
UlC'irs purl Ibid and heal
ed, liuuureiie pre
vented and cured.
Wound huuli'd rapidly.
Scurvy cured iu short
Teller dried lip.
It iHTlVcly nannies.
l'or mire throat it Ih a
t llOlullllll' HI'lllcll.
Ship fever prevented by
Ju eiiHus of death in tho
fiouxe, it xhould al
v. ays bo lined shout
tho corpse It will
prevent any unplesa
aut Hiiell. Au anti
dote luraiil ; ul or veg
etable pilisiillK, Btl!IK,
IhiiiL'froiiw effluvia of
rick rooms mid hospit
als r moved by its usu
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant ami Purifier.
Jlaiiilfclurlni' Chemists, SOLE I'ltOTItl KTOIiS.
Is a combination of llvpophtifpliites, originated
by mo in Culiada while under the rii i t .f iu!inn
iiary consumption, and which ha im-e b.-i.n em
ployed by the medical erofei-Hon throughout Aukt
ra mid England with iinpnccleinrd sui'ce.
It contain the clement entlal U the animal
organization, the oxidizing agent and tonic.
In combination with the iiiiulu'iiig itgent phos
phorus, poxelng Hie merit of liein j ; llii y a!kn
line, and is (Uepem-ed In the onvei'ient and palat
able form of a syrup.
Its effect aro' usiia'ly visible within twenty-four
hour and aro mail.,.! bv a utimuliitloiiof the "appe
tite, the digestion und uxsimilaiioi;, entering di
rectly Into Hie circulation; it ton the nerves and
muscle; exert a healthy a1 tloti of t ic . cretlon ;
neither disturb tho t.imach iiorlnj'ire 1 1 1 - system
tinder prolonged ui-o, and mav be discontinued ut
any time without inconV'.nienr.,.,
In a word llpnei! the stimulants to arouse
the strength, lliu t iiiics to retain it, and merit of a
high degtoe. Very rcspeufuliv,
lA.MiiS I. FELLOWS.
fiT" Da not be deceived by remedies bearing a
similar name; no other prepa atloulsa subfltltute
for this, under liny circuinlunces.
rOK SAI.K jiY iJltrUlilSTS.
Pnin Cannot tStav Whore
Klmeniatit ni I cured by
THOMAS' KC'LECmc OIL.
A lame back of eighl year stni.ding wus positive
ly cured by fin cents wor'h of
TAO.MAS' ECLKl'TKIC OIL.
Common sore throat I cured with one dose of
THOMAS' Ll'l.lX'TKIC OIL.
Cough and culils are cured by
THOMAS ICCLKCTKIC OIL.
All throat and lung disease are cured by
THOMAS' ECXECTWC OIL.
Asthma Is cured by
Hums and frot bites are relieved ut onro by
THOMAS' KCLtCTKIC OIL.
Always ijivcs satisfaction.
Hold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and f 1
FOSTER, M1LHUHN & CO., I'ron'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
rsi ri business now before- the public
J Vk ' i CBn "l,ll0 uioney faster at
u'nrk l'or lis thin: hi aiivtlilnir
I I I'ik 7 1 '"so. Capltnl not neidod. Wit
will slnrt you. WW i day and
upward matin at lionm by tho
Industrious men, women, hoy and girl- wiii'lud ev
erywhero to work for us, .Now is the time. Yon
can work In spare lime only or give your ivhul" tlmo
to tho buslnv. You cuti live at homu and do thu
work. No other business will pity you nesrly n
we'd. No one can full to make enormous puv by
t'ligaglnR atoncu. Costly outfit and terms frcu.
Moiiov marie fast, easily and honorably, A (HI res
True &Uo., Auguslu, Maine. lu-,'U.
QUAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MAR, Tho CJreat Bug-
l!h remedy, An
uulalllug cum for
potency and all
disease thin folow
of (idf-at)iiNt; us
loan iif tiwinorv.
dimness of vision, premature old ago, in d many
other diseases that lund to liisatiltv,) coninnptlon
or ft premature vravo.
t-WFull imitlcilars In our pam phial, which wo
doslae tosonil fruHbv mall to iivorvomi, ftf-'Tho
Speclllc .Medicine is sold bv all druggist at $1 per
liscKiige, or six packages for JCi, or will bvseiit tree
bv mall on rucoipt of the- m lttev, bv Addressing.
TUB GilAY MKPICINK CO.,
Uumi.Ot N , Y .
Hold In Cairo bv Paul - Schuh,
k tw r- tsgifi af ra wei
U r vim pri ri ttti'i ui f jtjJ m uttj
Assurance Society, ;
Broadway, New York,
DUES the '
of any Lifo Insurance Company
IN TIIK W.OKJjD.
It alone Ishui'b
stipuinliiK that Urn contiuct of Insurance "shall
not be illsii'iled" alter It Is three jeurs old,
and that such policies shall ho
on receipt of satlefuctnry proof of death.
lis policy is clear and concise, and contains
NO AKDU0US CONDITIONS.
N. 11.- 1il'II YlH'U l'OI.ICIKs. Compare tho
short and simple form used by the Knuilable with
the lone and obscure contract loaded down with
technicalities issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. K. Sen the many letter from policy holders
exprssslns.' their gratification with the returns from
their TosriMK Kavi.no Fcnu I'oMtUs.
Ueoauiso of itu
Assets Secure))' Invested
Kurnlns Securely Inve t d, nearly
10. A J1UHN I'fT, A -eat.
Office, corner 1 Jlh and Wa!:ll (."on.
November irt, lvl. m;;dw
1'1'iTAL All) SOCIKIY.
A SUBSTITUTE F0U LIFE INS I IJ
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS
.Mutual Aid Society:
Organized .lulvllth, 11177, 1 mler !. o
thu Mute of Illinois. Copuli.hti'il July
0, 1877, 1'mler Aftofl'onnrim.
r. a. sriini
T. ht no
J. A. (idl.liSTINE.
1'res di til
...... Medical Adviser
....Assistant .Si iretary
K X KC L'Tl V K COM MIT'I 10 K
II. LEKillTCN, I,. K THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. l'lU'UEU,
J. S. SIcUAHKY.
JIOAUD OF MANAOKlitS:
William Stratton, of Strntton A llird, wholesale
Urorers; I'auU. Schuh, w holesale and retail dniu
t:ist; lla.en L,Bllitoil, commission merchant ; Ja.
S. JlcOiihey, lumber dealer; .1. J. (iordon, phys
ician; J. A. (ioldstlne, ofGolilstiiK! Kosennater,
wholesale and retail dry irootl, etc.; Win. K. I'llcli
rr, itunerul a'eiit; Henry H. till, city printer and
book binder; ( heley llaynes, Hooper; Jno, C.
White, nsltant secretary und solicitor; Albert
I.ewl, dealer In Hour and Krain; K. Urns, presi
dent Alexander County Hunk ; (i. W. Ileiidrlck,
contractor and builder; Cvms Clone, general
a'ent; Thoma Lewis, secretary and ntlorr.ev at
law; I,. S, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Kussul, contractor nml builder; ('. T, Uudd
iiKeiit U. t. L. .VX. t). riillnoii(l;M(:ses l'hllllps.cat
punler; II . A. (.Miumhlev, conttaelo, ralro, Ills.,
Itev, ,1. riprncer.cle'i.jvtnan.rit I.elii. Mo.; .1. H,
Itethitne, circuit clerk, Mississippi co'iuty, I'hnrles
Ion, .Mo.; J. II .Moore , lawyer, Cnmmeree, Mo.'.
I). Mii;et irv, phvsiclan, Arllnptnu, Ky.j J. Wr.
Tarry, plivslelnn, Kulloti, Kv.; Win, Kyan, farmi r,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. htelnhach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv, Kvanvllle, lud.;lke Anderson, secretary
to stiiH'iltitt'iident C. St, I,. & N . railroad, .lrV
son, Timlin.; J. S. Hoberlson, phvsirlan, White,
ville, 'l'i lin. ; Tlwmaa A. Osborn, hi, rues maker,
Itollvar.Tenn. ; Wm. 1,. Walker, "iilxlo Adver
tlslnitAKenQ,' Ilol'.v Murines. Mis
by this slmtdu water
power Imentlon may
avoid an tho lalHir and
Injury or driving her
HewliiK Machine, Over
I n.IMM) or tui'se llwku
Win.,,.. Kl.tlj.rs n,,lu.,li,Ud
mid orniinieiitnl, udnnt
ed to all HewliiK Mn.
chines, nro now iflvlna
TWO Hive, nrn t,n.l.. t..m
Ilousehuld Hewing Sla-
iii.u r,ii. ru,,t..wu
mi, I r ii l I...
ohlnerv. . .
Knnil fos rMrrtnln- .a
ivl.u.ub WA jeh atOTOU CO., Newark. N. J
Thl 1 tho
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DlilVINU LIUIIT MACHINERY I
It takes hut little room.
It never nets out of repair,
It cannot blow up.
It rcrniliY no fuel.
, . It iiei'i noenRinenr.
Ihorelsnodeluy; no ftrlnR up; mi ashes to cleim
away; no extra Insuraucu to pay; no repair-
Ion necessary; no coal bills to pay,
aud it Is always ruady for tine.
It is Very Cheap.
0 $300. Htato paper yon suwthli ail