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Letters of Gratitude'
from those who have been
Bestored to Health by
That CONSUMPTION CAN
BE CURED by their use,
no one can doubt who
will examine the
Bead the following Letters,
and then GO AND SEE
THE PEOPLE who
From a, Soldlor of Illinois.
Dr. J. H. Schenck:
Dew Sir-I herewith send you an account of
the wonderful cure your medicines c flee led on me
in the year 1867,
I served in the army from 1861 to tSM, and from
treat exposure in camp.also from being confined in
Anderaonville Prison for nine months, I returned
to my borne very much broken in health. I was
soon attached with a dry, hacking couh, which
was continuous night and day. I had ntyht
sweats so severe, that my bed was soaked with
perspiration every morning. My lungs pained
me very much, and I lost flesh so fast that my
weight, when I commenced to use your medicinex,
was only 78 pounds, whereas, it was 145 pounds
before I was taken sick.
I was .told by my physician that I had Con
sumption, and this was also the opinion of all my
friends. 1 used your medicines steadily (or about
for months, and they entirely cured me, as I
iiave had no return of lung trouble since, or in
fact, other illness. 1 believe your medicines saved
Corporal of Company A, 85th Reg'u Infantry,
P.S. I eould tell you of others who have Ultec
your medicines with great benefit.
.... Fbbhumiv joth, 188a.
DM- J. H. SCMIMCK, .
Dear Sir In the Sorinir of 1880 I
sever cold, which settled on my lungs. Ten
months afterwards I was completely prostrated,
nd confined to bed. I was induced to try your
medicine, and brean usinjr it on the run of Janu
ary, 1881, but with some misgiving, as 1 had been
informed by my physician that there was no hope.
The first bottle cured me of bleeding at the lungs.
After using your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about live months, I
was completely cured, and have enjoyed good
health ever since. After using it one week, there
was a radical change in my condition. In the tirst
five weeks alter I got out of bed, I gained sisty
nine pounds. I can refer you to many persons
who we familiar with my case ; among others, I
mention L. F. Shoal, Anthony Gcttlerand my par
ents. 1 cheerfully make this statement, that it
nay benclit others who may be utlliucd as 1 was.
No.4u8 S. HiuhSt.
Ds. J. H. Schenck:
Dear Sir My son lias been cured of Consump
tion oy me use 01 your medicines, and I wish to
cive you an account of his case. His sickness he
can with a heavy cold, which soon brought on a
harsh, dry cough. This kept him awake nights
to much, that he became very weak (rum loss of
sleep. Then he had night sweats, with great loss
01 uesn, p.un in nis lungs, ann nc lrcuently raised
bloody matter from them. He was obliged to give
up all work, and afterwards was conlincd to his
room and bed for a long tune. He was udviscd
to take cod liver oil, and did take several botiles,
put .this seemed to take away what little appetite
be had, and make him worse generally.
At last, from reading in the papers of the many
iures you had made in serious lung diseasrs, wo
concluded to give your medicines a trial. He took
the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Man
drake Pills as you direct, and I believe that It is
due to their use that mv son Is now alive and well.
He it now attending to his business as usual.
Putnam, Conn., April 13th, i8Bt.
From St. Louis, Mo,
D. Schinck :
Dear Sir 1 have used your Pulmonic Syrup
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills In my family
lor years, and I have nlways found them good and
Tillable medicines. I believe that they will do all
thai you claim tor them.
W. H.llLAKE, Captain,
Steamer John II. Maude,
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Line.
Sr. Louis, Mo., Dae. uih, 1879.
Dr. J. H. Schenck : ,
Dear Sir-In thn Fall of 1R71 my son was tukrn
lick, and several of the prominent doctors of this
city pronounced his disease Consumption. Uy
i-.ff !!!; L,nok blm Souih.but thi change of
el mate did him no r.hkI. Soon after this, Ci.pt.
Blake, an Intimate friend. Wild mc how good your
medicines were for such fWascs.and advised mc
ogive them a trial. I did ,, and he soon began
to gam flcih and strength, and finally was entirely
cured. I cheerfully recommend your medicines
to all who are similarly ufllicted.
Corner Ninth and Pine S.rccts,
From E, Ural nerd & 8011, Druggist.
Ravinna, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1881.
MttSSKS. J. H. SCHKNCK A Son,
Gents-We have sold yuur medklnei for the
last twelve years, and feel confident ,hcy wll 4
all you claim. '
We have used your Mandrak IMl. rt tin.' With
Md know of wvend remarkable cure muAm l.i
vnuf Pulmonic Svrun anil Scawr4 T, '
We cheerfully recutnoaend them tiibctng reliable
B. P, URAINERD & SON,
- SAOtNAW,,MicH., Nov. 17, l8St,
. Dear Sir-Last Winter my wife was very low
with Consumption. She had had physicians at
tending her lor tome time, but they could not help
her. She found no relief at all until tht began
using your l'ulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and
Mandrake Pills. Under the influence of these
medicines she regained her usual health, and
is to-day without a trace of the disease. Your
mcdiciues were the only things that cured her.
JOSEPH L. LANGEVIN,
With Nathan's Clothing House.
Ravenna, Oiuo, Nov, is, t88t,
MuMs. J. II. Sciibnck & Son,
Gents Your medicines are having a large sale
in this town, and are giving good satisfaction.
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of this place, has been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
I have heard of a number of other who have
been greatly benefited by your medicines.
I have sold them for a number of years, and do
not hesitate to recommend them as being tlrst-
ClM'' H. WATERMAN.
From Akron, Ohio, Consumption Cured.
Akron, Ohio, I
Da. J. II. Schenck : Feb. 17th, 1681.
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 ac
count of my case. In the Winter of 1873 1 was pro.
nounced an incurable Consumptive', by every phy
sician in this place, as well as several in Cleveland.
1 had all the symptoms-cough, night sweats, great
debility and loss of flesh. I was reduced in weight
from one hundred and 6fty pounds to eighty
pounds. I had given up all hope of recovery,
when I was told by Mr. lames Scanlan 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, fur I was so sick
at this time that no one thought that I would ever
get well. 1 thought, however, that they might give
mc temporary relief, and with this object 1 com
menced to use your Pulmonic Syrup. 1 had not ta
ken it two days before I felt great relief, especially
in the severity of my cough. I then took the Man
drake Pills and Seaweed Tonic, an J in two weeks
my appetjtccame back, and I began to gain strength.
I took 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. I do not know
that I can say more than this, unless it be that I be
lieve your medicines to be good, and that they will
do all you say Uicy will do.
Yours Very Truly.
From Ilonry Morgan, Esq., of Spring
Dr. J. H. Suirnck:
Dear Sir-In the Winter of 1B61, having been in
delicate health from weakness of the lungs for
over two years, 1 took a heavy cold, which settled
on my lunjjs and completely prostrated roe. I had
a very bad cough, which kept me awake nights
and ra:ked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not weigh more than two-thirds my
usual weight. I was at that time living at Chicc
pce, Mass., and I consulted the best physicians in
that place, but they only gave me temporary re
lief. It was the opinion of all that I was fast go
ing into-Consumption, and I was advised by my
friends to consult a prominent doctor of Boston.
I did SO. but his remedies did not benefit me any,
although 1 took them for a long time, I was
very much discouraged, and thought there was no
hope for my recovery.
About this time 1 happened to read your adver
tisement, and among those who testified to the
h:ul received from vour Medicines. I
noticed the name of the Rev. Henry Morgan, of
Boston. Being personally acquainted with him,
although no relation. 1 concluded to write to him,
as I had some doubt about the genuineness of the
letter. He answered my letter, saying that it was
all true, advising me to nt least give your
Medicines a trial, and he believed they would
cure me if I was not too lar gone.
I at once began using the Mandrake Pills, Sea
weed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as directed by
you on the printed wrappers, and I soon saw a
arked improvement in all my symptoms mv
cough began to get better, my appetite improved,
the soreness left my lungs, and I could sec that I
w',a cTrnriii.illvfrMtina ttrnnapr every dav. I con
tinued with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirelv well, and although my business is one that
is considered injurious to the lungs, (brass fin
isher) I have enjoyed good health ever since.
1 thoroughly believe in the curative properties
of your remedies, not only from my own experi
ence with them, but from the cures I have heard
of their performing among my acquaintances,
some of whom were very much worse than I was.
You are at liberty to refer to me, and I will
cheerfully answer letters lroin those who arc
No. aco Carew St.. Springfield, Mass.
From a Prominent ItrugK'st ' Kuton
Da. J. II.ScimNCK.
Dkar Sir ; I have used your Pulmonic Syrup in
my family for the last fifteen years, and consider
it the best remedy (or lung diseases in the market,
1 have sold your remedies for the last ten years
at my drug store, in this plate, and have never
had a single complaint that they did not do all you
claim for them. I cheerfully recommend them as
tirsl-class remedies in every respect.
15 Main St.,atuu Rapids, Mich.
December gtb, 1880.
From Cyrus I-nverty, Ksq.i
Chronic Bronchitis Curod.
DC. J. II. SCHKNCK,
Dbak Six : Nine years ago I was sulTcring with
a severe bronchial allcctlon, which reduced me
very much in flesh. 1 had a severe cough, with
hoarseness, and sometimes an entire loss of voice.
For several months 1 was compiled to give up
my work, and 1 was sick for over two years. All
this time 1 was trying many remedies that were
recommended to me by my friends, but without
any benclit. At last, Mr. J. S. Upton, of the firm
of I'ptun ( Hrowu, Machinists, of Ilattlo Creek,
Mich., advised me to try your medicines, at the
same time telling me that It had cured him of a se
rious allcctum of the lungs, after spending bund
reds of dollars with physicians without benclit,
I took his advice and bought some of vour medi
cines of Ut huyler Ilrus., druggists, of this plan,
The tirst bottle gave me great relief, and after ut
inff several bottles, was entirely cured. Mv cure.
L 1 am satisiied, it permanent, as I have had no re
turn 01 mc nibvase. I canuiuiy ucucve mui yuui
remedies are the best that can be used in throat
and lung troubles, not only Irom my own expe
rience, but from many others that I know wko
have used it with great benclit.
CiiAKLOrm, M 11.1t., Di 81b, iBiio.
lo not iroduco sickness at the utotuacli,
nausea, or griping.
They act directly on the Liver, the or-
gan which, whun l a healthy condition,
jmriliui tho blood for tho whole body.
In CONSTIPATION thoy oloanBO
tho stomach and bowels with
out disponing thorn to bud-
CAIRO . BULI-KTlff: WEDNESDAY MORNING,
They are tho only perfect preparation
or MANDRAKE, that great substitute
for Mercury. Their Is not their equal In
the whole range of Cathartic Medicines
known to man.
They are sold by Druyakta Everywhere.
Dr. Schenck's Book on Consumption,
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia la sent
free, poat pald. Address
DR. J. II. SCHENCK & SON,
A. T. Stewart's Career.
Mr. Stowiirt coiiimrnral his enroorin
this country as a acliotil-tfitohor, and af
ter u brief experieneo in that lino start
ed it small ilrv-tf'KHlsbtoru in I'.roudwuy,
iK'itr CliiiiiiljeVs Street, on what would
now bo considered 11 very small plan.
Ilia prosperous career is known to tho
world. His business qualities will bo
better appreciated, however, when it i
stated that in that first ontorpriso on
Uroadway his capital was $1,;U0 his
store twenly-two by thirty feet, and liis
domicile a small room over tho storo,
which lie occupied witli his wifo.
When Mr. Stewart died on tho 10th
of April, 170, his retail storo, which
cost nearly ;3,t.)00.XK), occupied tin en
tire block ami covered an area of two
and a quarter acres. It contains oiht
lloors, making a total of eighteen acres
for business purposes. The combined
sales of tho wholesale and retail estab
lishment were about !?o0,000,(M)0a year,
and tho expenses over $1,000, OHO. I ri
Mr. Stewart's time ho personally super
vised thn dill'ercnt departments, and
maintained such a direct control of his
subordinates that ho could always dis
cern tho active and deserving employes
und reward them accordingly. 'J'his
keen discernment will ho better under
stood when it is stated that his employ
es numbered nearly three thousand at
tho timo of his death. His Fourth Ave
nue storo is tho largest in the world in
tho dry-goods business.
The estate of the Into Henry 1 ). Dtmjit,
founder of Wclleslcy College, is valued
at !". 11.-S77.17. of which sum iv7,000
only is invested in real estate.
WIT AND HUMOR.
"We'll shake own more for tho qui
nine," as the ague said to tho victim.
A lawyer who climbs up on a chair
after a law-book gets a little higher in
order that ho may get a little lore.
"What is this man charged with?"
asked tho judge. "With whisky, ycr
honor," replied the sententious police
man. (ilass eyes for horses aro now niado
with such perfection that tho animals
themselves cannot sec through the de
ception. A burglar got into the house of a
country editor the other night. After a
terrible struggle tho editor succeeded in
It used to take nine tailors to make a
man. Now one good tailor, a shoema
ker, and a barber can make what is call
ed a society man.
A man living in the country finds
lightning-rods on the house to he a
great protection. They keep lightning
rod peddlers from calling.
Fogg, who had been fed on pio for a
day or two, informed his land-lady that
he was not fond of pasteboard,
was given his walking papers.
A Western paper announces that up
on tho occasion of a recent boiler explo
sion in tho neighborhood "between
three and four men were killed."
When Patrick saw the announcement
in a shop window, "fiivat Slaughter in
Clothing," lie stepped in and inquired
for "wan of thim kilt suits"
The great social mania i:i to have one's
hand photograph d. 1 1 1 1 when a man
holds four und fails to get a bet ho
doesn't want his hand photographed.
In the Fast a man thinks he is serving
the Lord when he trades his wife for an
ass, sells the ass for what lie can get,
and goes on a pilgrimage lo Mecca.
A young man who didn't like the
color of his hair wrote to a chemist,
asking, "What is the best dying re
ceipt?" The chcini t answered, "Fool
with a loaded gun."
It is only w ithin the last few years
that, policemen have .discovered that
collet; doesn't prevent sleep at night.
There were years nnd years when' Uicy
dare not' drink it.
This is the way to arrange that Hin
doo paragraph: When a Hindoo swears
he takes hold of the tail of a cow. In
this country when a man takes hold of
the tail of a cow he swears.
.If it be true that Jesse James is in
heaven, a great, many simple-minded,
iinosteiitiiiiutis people in this country,
who never seu!tj"d a railroad train nor
cut a throat, will sublet their church
pews at very favorable terms.
At a town-nieeling a large taxpayer
roso up to protest against building a
new Hchool-liiiUMt in a certain part of
tho town. "What's the good of it?"
said he. "They are an ignorant set
down. there, anyway."
Ho' was silling on the club house
steps, when a gentleman came up to
him and a-sked him if there was a gen
tleman with one eye joined Walker iu
tlio club. "I don't know," was tho re
ply, "what's the name of the other
"Do, for gracious sake, waiter, tako
those nut-crackers over to' that man,"
exclaimed a nervous old lady sitting op
posite to h parly who w as cracking nuts
with his teeth. "No, thank you," po
litely returning them; "mine uro not
"Hi! where did you get them trou
sers?" asked an Irishman of n man who
happened to bo passing, with a remark
ably short pair of trousers. "1 got
them wlicro they grew," was tho imiig
mint reply. "Then, by my eoiiseieiicor'
said Pat, "you've pulled' them a year
An Austin editor was writing at
home, when his numerous children dis
turbed him. whereupon ho howled to
hln wifm "I'm busy writing an editori
al denouncing the inHieiimi of corporeal
punishment of children In u,0 iubllo
schools of Texas, and if those brats in
terrupt mo once nioro I'll get up and
wear my cuno out on them,"
Teacher -How does tho earth absotb
water? Pupil ' Like a dog. Teacher--How
do 3 mi make that out? Pupil
Don't wo read of tho lap of tho earth P
Teacher (Jo up another gratk1.
Miss Florence Tools', the 1 1 -year-old
daughter of the comedian is describ
cd its the possessor of remarkable abili
ty, and it is thought that her father will
presently ho able to get his pieces writ-'
ten for him at home. There's nothing
like having the Tooles in the house
w hen ono wants to construct -a play.
A Tai ls paper tolls this purely French
story. A woman seated on a bench In
the Champs LMysccs calls tho attention
to her neighbor to a passing equipage.
"You see that little blonde in the car
riage with the tall, dark gentleman?
Well, sho is my daughter." "Indeed!
They arc married?" "He? Oh, yes
but not sho."
An ancient Ilohemian, who has come
into a snug fortune, is felicitated warm
lv by an old acquaintance. "Yes," says
tlie'ncw Cru'siH, reflectively, "it is a
pleasant thing to have money. And do
you know what Is most agreeable about
it? You feel, sir, that you are appreciat
ed; you lind friends who esteem you for
your own qualities alone."
"What is the use of making so much
fuss over the little eccentricities of oth
ers at the table?" exclaimed Fogg.
"Why should humans mttkn any more
bother about such things than pigs?"
"lint yu must remember that we aro
not used to dining with pigs," said Pin
grey, spearing the last potato with his
fork. "Sonje of us are not, and some
of us are," replied Fogg. For some oc
cult reason everybody looked at Pin
grey and smiled.
She wanted to test his nll'eelion, so,
picking up tho revolver and putting her
eve to the muzzle, sho said innocently,
"'I wonder if it's loaded." "Oh, don't"
Jie said, with manifest agitation. It sat
istied her that ho loved her, and she ask
ed indifferently. "Why not?" "15e
eause," he answered, "Tvo got house
rent to pay next month ami a funeral
would embarrass me."
Sporting: "Is the game pretty good
this season?" asked a California tourist
of a San Francisco urchin who with dif
ficulty supported upon his slnulder a
fowling-piece almost asbig as himself,
"liully," said the boy. "Plentyof snipe,
plover, and ducks. I suppose?" "Snipes
plovers -ducks? Naw," was the con
temptuous answer. "Plentyof China
men!" A Hebrew vender of ready-made
clothing who had his nose bitten oil' it)
a struggle with a burglar was visited
tho next day by a sympathizing Israel
ite. "It ih too pad ishn't it?" said tho
I mutilated merchant, extending his hand,
p . . . . .1 ... . i . 1
and looking me very picture 01 melan
choly. "1'y shimminy, it isli, Yacup,"
returned the visitor, sorrowfully con
templating the havoc that the burglar
had made; "nobody votild ever know
you for a Show."
On a certain occasion a train, which
Merewcther had gone to meet w as some
what late. A testy old gentleman, a
stranger to Mercwether, got out of all
patience at tho delay, and exclaimed:
"What an infernal station this is! They
try to irritate one on purpose. Iook at
those girls in the refreshment room;
why do they dress them all in black?"
"Don't you know?" said Merewcther,
in a most solemn tone of voice, and with
an awe-struck look on his face. "No,"
replied tho stranger, in a subdued voice,
and looked quitealarmed. "Why," said
Morowothor, "Iheynrein mourning for
the late train."
A country doctor was sent to see a la
borer who had received a concussion of
tlie brain. Ho told his wife to apply
leeches, which he. promised to send.
The next morning he found the man
worse and delirious, and asked the wife
whether she Used the leeches. She an
swered that she had given him one;
whereat she was told by the indignant
doctor that she had risked her hus
band's life. The poor woman pleaded
that she had done her best, "t cut un
up small, I vinegared and I peppered
un; but 'a 'd liefer die nor tako anoth
er." Highly Spiced.
"What is one man's meat, is anoth
er's poison" is a truth often proved, and
in nothing more than in tho details and
condiments of cooking. You think tho
French Canadian smells too strongly of
garlic and cats too much pork; but if
you were to dine with a (ireenlander ho
would treat you to his fave'ito dish of
whale's tail, with a bumper of train oil.
In China you would have roasted dog;
in liurman red ant stews; in Africa fat,
roasted spiders. (Jo to Australia and
get kangaroos' tails;, to Prazil for par
rot pit.'s, and in France tho frogs aro so
"highly-spiced" as to bo said to resem
ble veal. Is it then any wonder if the
inhabitants of a country that comprises
many nations should have varied ideas
regarding their food? The seasons too
have a great influence on our needs, for
in the torrid days of July we do not re
quire the carbon necessary in January.
Cool salads, fresh eggs, fruit and well
boiled wheat grains, or corn or oatmeal
are more wholesome for the summer
weather, while tho hot cofloo, tho savory
bacon and pancakes, aro not so hurtful
when the thermometer reaches zero ami
tho body is to be actively employed af
terward. How many men whose wives
wish to introduce a table according to
tho hygienic rules find their attempts in
terfere? with customary maps nnd say,
"I must have stronger food, it is all
very well for women folks." Yet by an
alysis the fact could be easily usccrlain
011 that half tho usual articles of food
aro not really nourishing. Having a
few friends to spend an evening lately,
my attention was arrested by the dif
ference of tasto in regard to tho oysters
we had for supper. Olie gentleman af
ter a copious sprinkle of black pepper
and a dash of cayenne, remarked tlit
he could hardly get his food too "highly
seasoned." Another could not oat lit
all after ho had put in a slight sprink
ling of cayenne, but had to excliango
for a platu of fresh stew and did not add
any pepper at all. This little circum
stance proved to mo how dillicult it is
for any ono lo properly judgo tho quan
tity necessary lor seasoning.
In Gilbert and Sullivan's new piece
tho principal character is the Lord
Chancellor, who Is in love with one of
his own wards, and is obliged, therefore,
to obtain his own consent to the union,
and satisfy himself that ho is all that
can bo desired, Finally he overcomes
-MAY 24 ts82.
If ou feci ilrowty, rt.-litlti,t(l, hsvn lrciiint bead
clin, mouth Until bnclly, jumr Hpiwiltn mid tonuiio
routed, ymmru tufliirlu frnm torpid liver, or till
liiiiniifi'D.diKt notliliiK will i'iiiu von miHiiPi-dlly and
ptrii.ii!. Mly h to tuko hf irnnotia l,lvr JUgukUir
TbHi'hOHpciHt, purimt r-fw
llll D'lHl 1HI1IIU tlll'll- " u..
Iclufl In Oiu world!
o Klii'CtiMl Spectrin
for Hll lIlMl'UMIMlf till'
Llvi-r, SKiium-li und
K'UiiUtcj tli.i Jim r
tnd proven t
ClllU.h AN O KK.
(MIJ1 i-1. a f NTS,
UK ST l.fCS.KM'Ns'
HAD IJUHATII! '
Nuthlin; In no Mripli.ii:t, iiotUti,,' .. oonitiion im
lind bri'iith, itml In in-Arty ivry li coinv li'im
tliu Hti'iunr li, un i tun bo mi-iihilv cmini u d If you
will taku M.iimoua l.ivi-r Iti'i't'liti.iir. Do it.-, t r,x
li-ct mo miru n rnmi'dy Inr lliin rfpuMvn disorder.
UwIIIuIko Improve your Apptaiiu, Complexion,
mid Liunural llrultli
llow many pnlb r torture day nl'ter ilnv, milking
llfo a burden mid rolii'liii; exigence of u',1 pleimnre
owing lo th 11 Mecret MillVrlnL Irotu I'ile. Vet re
lief i rently to tliu tin nil ol iiltnio-t m:y one who will
uhu KTHteniiitlcnlly tliu remedy tlnil lin pi riimnent
ly cured IliolHuiidi. hiininohn' Liver It'-iru lutur. In
noclruiitic violent purp'j but a Kertiuan intnid to
HIIOI'LI) not lid regarded h h tnilint!
nllmetit In fuel imniro d- iiinmln the lit
tnoHt rt-nulMily ui tin: bowele, Hni uny
diviuMon from thin demand puroM the
Vtuy often to HerioUH dmi'er, ll t h (j 11 i iu
Ht iieieHcaiy to remove, impure iiicumu.
li.tioim fr in the bowel hi- t Ih to cut or
s'eep and no Iniiltli ran bo expected
when' acoctivi! habit of body prevails
SICK I KA DA CI I K.
Thin dlHtreHslnir affliction 00 ium niot frequently
Tho dleturbimce ol the utonnu b, aiWiug from the
Imperfccll) diifenled t'Mtl cute . ciiiiMi-e m vere pain
in tliu bead, accompanied uitli dionrcehUi r.uui-i a.
and thi conMitutus what ia popularly known an
aick beailai ii'i.
OUIGINA L A D 1 N N V GENUINE,
flAM UlllUll li V
J. 1 J. Z I II I. IN iSc CO.,
1'rlcetl tut, Sold by all O.uiht,..
. c 1
Iti) first apparent i-lV'.ct i- to iiiirea tl.e appe
tite. It ar-iUtx diction ami Caue the food to 11"
hIii ulute properly- thim the i) stem i nourished
It also, by Un tonic action mi I ho ill cent :vo ordain",
induce more copious and ntfuiur evucuatioiiM.
The rapidity with which patients tai-o on (lech
while andertbelrlliieiice of tliu Syrup, of lUelf In
dlc.itestbat no ther preparation can be better
adapted to help and nourlh the constitution, anil
limcubu more efllcaclone In all depres-lou of Mplr
ite, Mbaklng or trembllnc of the hande or body,
ooub, MiorUicen of breath, cr consumptive ha d'.
Thy tiervos and munclea become, mreiij'tlitiicd, and
the blood purified.
Tho various kinds of waft'; or decay tlint urteit
the human body, though attended each w:'.h me.
symptom not common w ith tb -"''. auree very
much In thl, that the hauls in all is nearly the
same. It In cuuerally conceded, that the majority
ofiliscaseM are accompanied by faulty d.f i-tii'ii ;
and i-utli beiDKthe cam, w mast, in order to cure
such dln;a-es, cause the oriii.s of diiicslioti lo per
lorio llielr proper functions. Nor-nieily has be
foro luen discovered which hns so b i.i ttcial an in
fluence on these organs as Feilows' Compound
Syrup of llypophosplili' S.
Vot Sale by a.l I iruiifts
L'ain Cannot .Strtv Whoi'O
It Ih Used.
Itlitieinatli'tii la cun d by
TIIOM A..S' ECI.R'JTKIC tilL.
A lame back ofcl)ht years stundlnir was positive
ly cured by fsj cents worth of
TAO.M AS" KCLECTKIC OIL.
Common sore throat Is cured with one done of
THOMAS' UCI.ECTHfC OIL.
Couch und colds are cured by
THO.M Art' KCLRCTlilC OIL.
All throat und luni! diseases are eu ml by
THOMAS' KCLKC'TltIC OIL.
Asthinii 1m cured by
Hums nnd frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' EL'LLCTltlC OIL.
Always yives sut'iBftir.tion.
Hold liy Medicine- Dealers everywhere.
Price fiOc. and $1
VOSTEK, M1LBUO & CO., l'rop'rs.
Uullalo. N. Y.
RAY'S SPKCIF1C MKDICINK
TRAOf MaflK. The Oreat. Knil-
llsh remedy, An
nnlalllnn euro for
potency R.id all
diseases 11ml folow
MM a MIIIIUU11CU
of self abuse; asvfc
mile In Ilie baelt.
inns i,r nii'inorv.
dlmnoMM of vision, prenmtiirti old ae, and inimy
niner uiseaset mat lead 10 insanity, consumption
or a '.immature prnvti,
t Tf-Kull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
di'Mlrn to Mend frett hv mall lo everyone, tfrThu
tipeclllc Mndlcluu Im Mold hv all druuitlats At 1 tier
Iiacaaire, or Mix packaiti s for or will ho sent free
IV mail 0U receipt of the motiev, bv iiddtesnliiit.
TU OKAY M MUCIN II OO. ,
llnrrAi, N. V.
On accumtof connturfelta, we have adopted tho
Yellow Wrapper 1 the onlr Kiiniiliie, Uimrauteea
of euro Isiued
Bold In Cairo by P. O. HCIIL'H.
Wholoialo Ageute, Murrlaon, l'lutuber Ji Co.,
few NEVER FAILS,
Cured my Utile elrl f in. She wa al.o duaf tnt
duinli. bill It cured e r. iri cmi I. ullt ami hr sr li
Well lu iuij hoily. 1'tTKli Hoho, t(inugwali,r, WU.
Ilaa benthe lin'ftin of c"rlna my wlfeof 'henmatUtk,
J ii Klk ii.'iiaa, I'-'ii l Cuiiius, CuL
Made a I'lrc euro ot a eve .( f.n for n,v nil.
I. h. iu.. J!!.rtu:il. Eta.
KAMA It IT A V XK!tVIIn
Cured rtw of Ytrllgo. nur.. nu le s-iach".
.M1.1 Ws. llnvr.v. Aurura, U.
H A M A H I T A X St K V I.V E
Wu the tDeatu uf cur.n my vlfe of e-imnii.
Ha. J. A. Luia. lkavr. r
HAM V It IT AX Xr.UVIXK
Curi'd ms of aslhnm. after tpfrv'Ai- ever ! iTCO wftB
other iuelors. b h UmIuo.h, Kow Albany, fU4
tlill.t Itl'I'A X XEUV1XE
ESectually cured me of snt.iun.
Mil" JUMNIg Wsaif.
7tfl Wmi V.mB'ir'ja t. Ctilcacu. IU.
NAM A IllTAX M'.UVIXK
C'lred oar clilM of n' sft- r given nr to dl by tar
faiuliy plij-.l :ati. It ti.ivti.a oi-i r : ' in ii hour.
liKNar Kskh. Vervllla, WarruuCy., Tone.
HAtt A1UT.V.X XEKVIXC
Cured mo of or jfula ttu r mn-rirg for cUht ytrj.
Ai.ukki hiiii'Vif, 1'Kurla. Iu.
Curt ! my un of f, a'l-r sr-etlleg tl o tr'.th othr
doctum. J. W. 'I'Ujks icju. Cillijiu, H'st,
N A 11 A KIT A X XClttlVE
Cnrii ms cniinni'nMy of i-pll "pt'.c fin of toVira
cbaiiictcr. ilav. W UaBum, Mtt::iiti-iown,Sld.
HAM AK1TAX X Lit VI E
Ciwd my .jn of f.-i, ufo r bi-!nrf ha l r Hi In e1i;bte
niubiba. Ma. E. Fuua-t, Wcat ruudaia. N. V.
SAM VK1TAX M.UVIVG
Cured rue of njlpiyf nine y ri-s' lainili.a.
Uue UULS'I A Ul.MltLI.
lir-iuby. NewtouCo., Ui.
NAM A HIT IX XEUVIXE
His r"-uar.eutly curd un: of 'pl!. p of macy TsaM
duraiiob. Jamj rtciaa, it, Joivu, Mo.
M AM A III TA X XEUVIXE
Curw rieof bruocblUt, a-thmi nj g. n"I iteMPly.
O; iva Mthhv Iruutun, Ohla.
H IMA It IT AX XF.KVIXe
list curisl uju Lf uuhma. a semfula of many J-ut
,i.Uil.. I.i.; Jit'.t ill. Lgvlbiftua, Ky.
N A MA RITA X XF.lt VI VE
Curr.linecf f.'t. ilav.- r-en well f..r or.T four T"r.
CUtiLa C. Cecils teak's. JiouK.iu Co..MUi.
Oirvd a trh ul ut mum 1, , h Oj-ifvi-s very Mly.
Mc'iuiLO'Coxxoa. Ht'Vay, I'a.
I NAHAHITAX NF.UVIXB
Uaa ryricaaeiii.y earr-l m! ,n.-v!. ti;
fliviu TasnaLV. DiiM.OfS lowi,
Currilu.y wit, u( tyi.. iy of 3', ear fi.:iijt
II:.y DtAku F rr,i J, Mica.
tup J B.y wile gf a nr--ii ttra- ef th- head.
K. Ok.uiak. Nunh llopo, Pw
Cim-rt 1T17 noa uf t. lit . e. .( n,i i for tboM
lour yr. J.iiiii f vi.
Woo'lbom. .Mse..0p!tt Co., IU.
IM rilK NAI.K
UY ALTj DRUGGISTg
Or miy b fcs.l t.if cf frem i. F.,r furtle r Inform
tton Itiel'iiM. :nriii f i,(ir i;.ut.:.,;i l J ;aruiu alvintf
tvldi'ucv of cur.. Ad'tr.st
IU. (. A. KI( ilUO.VDt ax,
WjrU'i Hp''-ptlc Tr.!tnt,
8T. JOSEPH, Mt
Havo Signed cr Endorsed the
MosiiM.3eBfcury & Jcinson, ManufaetOJ"
ing CbnmiotB, 21 Piatt St., New York I
Oontkmcn '.-Tot tio pant few yoajra w
bare eolJ vuxtoao braiiuu of Foroua Plaa
tors. PbyBiclans and tho Public prefer
pen won V Ciwrinc) P''ro''" J''j'J"'' tdl
otbors. Wo consider tbem ono of the Tory
fow rcllablo houunhoM rorncdieii worthy
of confidence. They aio superior to all
othor Porous Plusteru or Iinlinenta fof
external us a.
Bori'tnn'nCripr'trin riitster ifl a Renulne
Parmaceutical proUuct, of the highert
order of merit, nnd bo rocoguizod by
phyoloiunu and druKg l'ta.
When other rtnicdioa fail got a Den
on's Capoine rivstr.
Toa will ho rlieappointcd if you o
cheap Plastrirs, Liniments, Pud or Kleo
trioal Kapmetio toya.
8 1 IK V. Kl V A TTA st.- I'rj e ft;ij.
MtAD'S Medicated COR r!BUN.L0N PLASTER
AUfcNT foil Till". HAI.lt 01
' Tit S OKNlftNK
VVrMi t'oit'g nine liiigiut;
and Marino Engines
AND M Afll IN Kit Y
OF ALL KINIW, LKLTLNO,
' rulleya ami Ooneral Supplies.
No. 131, North TLlrdNii'oiit,