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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious stibsUincescuii found
In Androws1 Pearl Baking Powder. Is oh
llvt'ly PURE, lioiiiKeinturM.il, and leslinioniuui
received from such chemist us S. Ilium Hays, Ho
ton: M. iKlftfontulne, of Chicago; and Uiisuivus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold lit bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
il ichijrmi A T. 2?, A: 2y 1 E. W uUT
Let ns iiniv t'o'hiw tin' :u t 'f jdnss
kt.iinin:r t!d nii::'h it t hief sin.vs The
design cf 1 1(0 window beinr delcnrdned
upon, ":t!nl tlie cartoon or full-sized
drawing' Iwiti j r'jafcl. :i kind of skel
eton drawing is made, ?liowin only tlit;
linns which indicate, the shape, of each
separate piece of glass. It is npparent
lv not generally understood that u win
dow is not oik? piece of glass, to which
are applied the various colors displayed,
but a number .of small pieces which tire
united by grooved lead, which incloses
each individual fragment, and that dif
ferent color we sec is the color of that
particular piece of glass, the only paint
ing material Used being the dark brown
pigment employed to define the more
delicate and minute details. This skele
ton, or working drawing, then passes
to the eiittiiig-rooin, where sheets of
glass of every imaginable shape are put
m racks, each bearing a number by
which a particular tint is known. The
drawing being numbered on the sepa
rate pieces of glass by means of u frame
containing small pieces of every shade,,
and each numbered according to the
rack containing the glass of that color,
tho usoof this frame renders unnecessary
the tot! ions process of visitingeach rack
in search of the particular shade re-
3uircd; the glass is laid bit by hit on tho
rawing, and oach niece is then cut to
tho required shape by means of a dia
mond. After the glass is cut it passes to the
painter, who, layinir it over the drawing,
traces upon it with his brush all the de
tails of features, folds of drapery, foli
age, etc., as designed by the artist. Hut
oh tho action of the wuather and thecon
tinually varying conditions of tho at
mosphere would speedily remove tho
paint if left in this state, it is necessary
to subject the painted gla.ss to tho ut
tion of heat by placing it for several
hours in a kiln, under the influence of
which the paint is fused into absolute
atlinity with the glass and then becomes
actually incorporated with its substance.
After this burning process, it only re
mains for the dillerent pieces to be
united with the grooved leaden frame
work which binds the whole together.
Tho places where the leads join are then
carefully soldered together, and nothing
remains but to thoroughly work over
tho whole surface with a thick cement,
which fills up any interstices between
tho glass and lead, and renders the
whole panel perfectly water-tight and
IIow it Affected His Conscience.
A young man fmmthecountrv. whoso
ideas of milk had been perverted, and
abused by contact with the cow in its
native haunts, recently engaged himself
with a proprietor of that animal engaged
in supplying milk to customers in San
Francisco. The second day tho new
hand resigned, lie, did not like t he bus
iness, so lie mu.-t go. An invetigation
ended in showing that after washing tho
cans the day before, the water, as is
usual, was left standing in them. Instead
of the cans which he should have taken,
he put those with their milky fluid into
his wagon ami .started on his route. On
coming back again, he learned his er
ror. He resigned at once rather than
meet his eu-toniers.
"Why, it was chcutinV , said; "tho
worst kind. I can go up to a cannon's
mouth and let 'em shoot mo, but I never
want to set foot in them house anymore
where I carried round that water, not,
if I know it."
His employer, icmoiistrati'd. Ho had
no time to hire another tnau, and it,
would greatly embarrass him to get ouo
in time. Hut the young man was in
flexible. "No; I was brought up to be honest,
and I 'can't look 'cm in the face a"aiu.'
t "Well. I'll tell you w hat Til do?' aM
Lis employer, dciierately. "I'll
you a couple of dollars to go round this
once, aud if you can't stand their abn.se
you needn't try it again."
After much urging the young man
consented. He came back with a verv
, curious look on his honest face.
"Well." said his employer," you caino
out alive, after all, didn't you? Did Vou
. hare to stand it very hard racket''"
. "No." said tho boy; "they did i,t
eay one word anywhere, except one old
woman, who told me she thou-ht the
milk wo improving; it was a latV hit,
richer yesterday inornin"
Twenty Yeara a Sufferer.
R. V. Tierce, M. I)., Buffalo, K. Y. : Dear
Bir Twenty years aKo I was bhipwrecke.1
on the Atlantic Ocean, and. the cold and ex
posure caused a larga abscess to form im
each leg, which kept continually discliarp -ing.
After apending hundred t.f d(ilttr
with no benefit, I tried your "Golden Medic'
fclDlicovcry" and wow, in less than thrve
months after taking the first kittle. I ion
thankful to say 1 am completely cured, and
for the first tiino in ten years can put mv
a. . .1 -...
lot; neei to me grounu. 1 am yours.
. v William Ryder,
67 Jefferson St, Buffo, N. Y,
letters of Gratitude
from those who have been
Restored to Health by
That CONSUMPTION CAN
BE CUBED by their use,
no one can doubt who
will examine the
Bead the following Letters,
and then 00 AND SEE
THE PEOPLE who
From a Soldier of Illinois.
Dr. J. II. Sckenck:
Dear Sir I herewith (end you an account
the wonderful cure your medicines effected oo me
in the year 1867,
1 served in the army from 18'ii to 18M, and from
great exposure in cimp.also from beinfrconiined in
Andmonville Prison fur nine months, 1 returned
to my home verv much broken in health. I was
coon attached with a dry, hacking cough, which
was continuous night and day. 1 had night
sweats so severe, that my bed was soaked with
perspiration ever? morning. My lungs pained
me very much, and I lost tlcsh so last that my
weight, when I commenced to use your medicines,
was only 79 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. I used your medicines steadily for about
four months, and they entirely cured me, as I
have had no return of lung trouble since, or in
fact, other illness. I believe your medicines saved
Corporal of Company A, 85th Rce'u Infantry,
Dec. 19, 1881. Pekin. Tazewell Co.. IU.
P.S. I could tell vou of others who have taken
your medicines with great benefit. '
.... Fibruahy sola, 1881. '
Ds. J, H. Schbncx, '.
Dear Sir In the Spring of 1880 I contracted ft
severe cold, which settled on my lungs. Ten
months afterwards I was "completely prostrated,
and confined to bed. I was induced to try your
medicine, and began using it on the 6tll of Janu
ary, 1881, but with some misgiving, as I had been
informed by my physician that there was no hope.
The tirst bottle cured me of bleeding at the lungs.
Afier using your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about five months, 1
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 after I got out of bed, 1 gained sixty
nine pounds. 1 can refer you to many persons
who are familiar with my case ; among others, 1
mention L. K. Slioaf, Anthony Geltlcrand my par
ents. I cheerfully make this statement, that it
may benefit others who may be arllicted us I was.
No. 408 S. High St.
Dr. J. H. Schknck:
Dear Sir My son has been cured of Consump
lion by the use of your medicines, and I wish to
give you an account of his cane, His sickness be
gan with a heavy cold, which soon brought on a
harsh, dry cough. This kept him awake nights
so much, that he became very weak from loss of
sleep. Then he had night sweats, with great loss
of flesh, pain in his lungs, and he frequently raised
bloody matter from them. He was obliged to give
up all work, and afterwards was conhned to his
room and bed for a long time. He was advised
to take cod liver oil, and did take several bottles,
dui wis seemed to take away what little appcute
he had, and make him worse eenerallv.
At last, from reading in the papers of the many
:ures you had made in serious lung diseases, we
.uuiidui-a 10 give your medicines a trial. 111 1001c
tne Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Man
drake Pills as you direct, and I believe that It is
flue to their use that my son Is now alive and well.
lie is now attending to his business as usual.
Putnam, Conn., April 13th, i83i.
From fit. Louis, Mo.
Da. Sciienck :
Dear Sir I have used your Pulmonic Syrup
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills in my family
for years, and 1 have always found them good anil
reliable medicines. I believe that they will do all
that you tUitn lor them.
W. 11. IJLAKE, Captain,
Steamer John R. Maude,
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Line.
St. I.oi'iB, Mo., Dec. nth, i87
Dr. J. II. Sciif.nck:
Dear Sir In tho Pall of 1R71 my son was taken
sick, and several of the prominent doctors of this
city pronounced his disease Consumption. My
their advice, I took him Souih, but the change of
climate did him no good. Soon after this, Capt.
Illakc. an Intimate friend, told me hnw good your
medicines were for such diseases, and advised me
to give them a trial, I did so, and he soon began
to gain llcili and strength, and finally was entirely
cured. 1 cheerfully recommend your medicines
to all who arc similarly afflicted.
Corner Ninth aud Pine Streets,
From E. liraiuord Si Sun, Drnggtsts.
Ravhnna, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1881.
Massus. J. II. Schknck & Son,
Gents We have sold your medicines for the
last twelve years, and feel confident they will do
all you claim.
We have used your Mandrake Pills ourselves,
and know of several remarkable cures made by
your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic.
We cheerfully recyommend them at being reliable
E. P. GRAINERD & SON.
Saginaw, Mich., Nov. 17, 1861.
Dear Six-Jast Winter my wu was very low
TOE DAILY- OAIItO BULLETIN: FRIAV MORNING, MAY 2(1, 1882.
with Consumption. She had. had physicians at
tending her for some time, but they could not help
her. She found no relief at all until she began
using your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed ronic, and
Mandrake Pills. Under ihe Influence of these
medicines she regained her usual health, and
Is to-day without a trace of the disease. our
medicines were the only things that cured her.
JOSEPH L. LANGEVIN,
With Nathan's Clothing House.
Ravhnna, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1S81.
Mk-kks. J. H. Sciienck & Son,
Gents Your medicines are having a large sale
in this town, and are giving good satisfaction.
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of tills place, has been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
I have heard of a number of others 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 first-
CUSS' II. WATERMAN.
From Akron, Ohio. Consumption Cured.
Akron, Ohio, I
Dr. J. II. Sciienck ; Feb. 17th, i8tii. f
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 I 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 tlcsh. 1 4U reduced in weight
lrom one hundred and fifty pounds to eighty
pounds. 1 had given up all hope of recovery,
when I was told by Mr. lames Scanlan that he had
used your medicines wiih good effect, and he ad.
vised me to give them a trial, although 1 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. 1 thought, however, that they might give
me temporary relief, and with thts object I com
menced to use your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not ta
ken it two days before I felt great relief, especially
in the severjiy of my cough. I then took the Man
drake Pills and Seaweed Tonic, an J In two weeks
my appetite came back, and 1 began to gain strength.
I took your medicines for about three mouihs. I
was too sick to do any kind of work for two years.
Your medicines made a (lerlftt cure, and 1 have
been in good health ever since. 1 do not know
that I can say more than this, unless it be that 1 be
lieve your medicines to be good, and that they will
do all you say they will do.
Your, Very Truly iiAiREau
From Ilenry Morgan, Esq., of Spring
Dr. J. H. Schf.nck:
Dear Sir In the Winter of 1862, having been in
delicate health from weakness of the lunns for
over two years, 1 took a heavy cold, which settled
on my lungs and completely prostrated me. 1 had
a very baa cougn, wnicu nepi .; i.ib...
and ra:ked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not weigh more than two-thirds my
usual weight. 1 was at that time' living at Chico
pee, Mass., and I consulted the best physicians in
that place, but they only gave me temporary re
lief. It was the opinion of all tnat l was mm go
ing into Consumption, ana 1 was nunsm ;
friends to consult a prominent doctor of Boston.
I did so. but his rcmeoies ina nni rocui t j,
although 1 look them for a long time. I was
very much discouraged, and thought there was no
ho, for my recovery.
ADOUt tnis lime 1 napiicncu i" ic" jy"; "--
tisement, and among those wno tesimeu 10 cue
benefit thev had received from your Medicines, I
noticed the name of the Rev. Uenry Morgan, of
lioston. Being personally acquainted wim mm,
although no relation. 1 concluded to write to mm,
as I had some doubt about the genuineness of the
letter. He answered my letter, saying that it was
all true, advising me to at least give your
Med cincs a trial, and he Dcnevea nicy wouiu
cure me if 1 was not too far gone.
I at once began using the Manuraite rms, oca.
weed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as directed by
you on the printed wrappers, and I soon saw a
marKed improvement in an my yuiyi'ji iuy
cough began to get better, my appetite improved,
the soreness left my lungs, and I could see that I
was gradually getting stranger every day. 1 con
tinucd with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirely well, and although my business is one that
is considered injurious to the lungs, (brass tm
isher) I have enjoyed good health ever since.
I 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,
enmm nf vulmm wrre verv much worse than I was.
You are at liberty to refer to me, and I will
cheerfully answer letters from those who are
No. aoo Carew St.. Springfield, Mas
From a Prominent liiiiKKitt of ICutou
Dr. . H.Sciirnck.
Dkar Sir: I have used your Pulmonic Syrup in
my family for the last fifteen years, and consider
it the best remedy for lung diseases in the market
I have sold your remedies for the last ten years
at my drug store, ,i this place, and have never
had a single complaint that thev did not do all you
claim for them. I cheerfully recommend thcui as
tirst-ciass remedies m every respect.
35 Main St., Eaton Rapids, Mich,
December .ytn, ndj.
From Cyrus Lavorly, Esq., of Cliarlotto,
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.,,
Dr. J. II. Schknck.
DkarSir: Nine years ago I was suffering with
a severe bronchial affection, which reduced mc
very much in fjesh. I had a severe cough, with
hoarseness, and sometimes an entire loss of voice.
for several months 1 was compelled to give up
my work, and I was sick for over two years. All
tins time I was Irvine many remedies that were
recommended to mc by my friends, but without
any benefit. At last, Mr. J. S. L'pton, of the firm
of Upton it Drown, Machinists, ol liaitle Creek,
Mich., advid mc to try your medicines, at the
same time telling me that illiad cured luui of a se
rious affection of the lungs, after spending hund
reds ot dollars with physicians witnoui Dcncui,
I took his advice and houirlit some of your rnedi
cines of Schuvler llros.. druL'L'ists. of this place
The tirst bottle gave me great relief, and, after uv
ing several bottles, was entirely cured, my cure
I am naiisficd. is iierinancni. as I have had no re
turn of the disease. 1 candidly believe that your
remedies are the best that can be used in throat
and luni? troubles, not only rom my own cxpe
rience. but from many others that I know' wild
have used it with great benefit.
Charlotte, Mich., Doc- Bib, iBSu.
do not produce alcknosa at tho btomach,
nausea, or griping.
They act directly on tho Liver, the or
gan which, when In a healthy condition,
purifies tho blood for tho wholu body.
In CONSTIPATION thoy cloanBO
the Btomaoh and bowels with
out disposing thorn to eub-
They aro the only perfect preparation
of MANDRAKE, that great Bubutltuto
for Mercury. Their la not their equal In
tho whole rnngo of Cathartic Medicines
known to man.
They itre iuld by Drugyiata Ewyahtre.
Dr. Sehtnick's Book on Consumption,
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia is sent
free, post-paid. Address
DR. J. II. SCIIENCK & SON,
. Philadelphia, Pb,
Tir'ksuay Kvk.mno, May W, 18S2.
The weather in clear ami pleaimnt again
with the temperature considerably higher
and more aeimonnhle.
Tho mat knt presentH no new features.
The demand ia generally muall.and price
are about c:nl to those of St. Louis and
other markets, allowitii' for diderenee in
FLOUIt Very quiet, not to say dull.
Stocks are full and the demand only ind
entu not so good as it should be at this
time of year.
HAY Receipts continuu light, and the
demand, alUiou")) not Iftrire, ia sufficient
strengthen the market and shade prices
in favor of sellers.
CO UN The market continues firm with
a fair milling and order demand.
OATS Steady and firm. Prices are
MEAL Steady aud unchanged.
MIAN City mills are running again,
tho supply is now ample and prices are
BUTTEu Sales are slow and stock's are
ample. The demand is only for strictly
EGGS Scarce and in gool demand.
Receipts rind ready sale at l.ji.
CHICKENS The dennud is small, but
prices continue without change.
POTATOES Steady and firm, with an
active demand at quotations.
FRUIT Straw berries is the only kind of
fiuit received. These aro ticurce aud in
active dennud at good figures.
Sales unci Quotation.
NOTE. The prices Lure given art for taXK ffon)
first hHttdf In rouuil lots. An advance In
charged for brokcu lotmn IliMrniordw.
41 VdrloiiK L'radce. ou ordem. .
1 1 11 1 bills choice
loo bliiH choice
llH) Mils . Fancy
t rare choice timothy
2 cut gilt ede timothy
i cars prlmo.
f cm choice nilr.i d, inlnilk on track
4 cur choice uliit': m bulk,
'i euro niixud..,.
-cufs mixed lu pucks -
cure clio'rc In hull; oil trsci.. ,
3 cur rolled In hn)i
v! cars uiixcil iu mn K 'I' i
No. 4 Itcd, per tin . .
No. -J M.'ditoraii'-itix .
7i hl.le (lily,
si: 11 bids City...
UK AN .
MO rounds strictly choice Northern.
'.'01 pounds Southom liUnm
Jtl pound choice northern pucked
$i mimlK gilt edged phi ked
.7m jiuundd Soutliurn Iiluml!
live choke a "CM1 M
h ciui" mlleil mill heti
c coop choice liens
5 coops mixed
tocsin's utriiwl'crrien, In quality.
cscs choice vtriiwliurrlus
,' 7W:i m
..,1 lMii.1 '.Ti
....a on to 4 on
...4 ()lU,'-l IKI
1'er liueliel 1
IbUfh. Mldiljiiui peach low. perlmsh
r 'j'ji Mi
resell Mows per bhl
New potatoes per lib)
I'crlmrrul 7 Mt4 ho
Tub wanliud :Wth fi
H. C. Ilitms
Clcur sided Ll'
, I 4n
VVi bnsbel btirlups
0 nuMbul '
5- bushul "
Oranges, rholca inr Vmz,.
Lvmous chutes pur hux...
.4 (Vi'H SO
.;) 7!Kt4 w
Choice, rVlor , jj
Cream , 54
; i.i.i-v .
Dry Klint choice, . .
Orcim Suit ,
Mump I'eaic, dry . .
Sheep 'i l, gT(,,,i,
('omuioii Luki.... 'j TSfti in)
Oeod llinn 3 SOfc'J 4 (X.I
-iiwL(.hf . 4 7'Gt !i 00
Medium Leaf ;., 5 Nut TO
(loi S.Limf 6 Witt 8 W
HATi:s OK PKL'IOIIT.
r v tir.'csns,.
The original "Little Liver Pills" Dr.
Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," and
are extensively imitated. They cure tick
and billions headache Private Government
stamp with Dr. Pierce's si'nature find por
trait mark the genuine. Ry druggist.
A Texas Wedding.
Kdv:t!'d kc("n :t rcslaniiiiit at Mon
I'oc's eunip, or 'J'imiifll No. 1, near tho
IV. 1 -. Adair isulJraeki'tt naloon-kcep-cr.
Eii.vitrds hits a daughter, who w
also the bi'i ! of Adair. The weddine;
took il;;cc e'and.'-.l.iiij!v Monday ovcti
iii'i lat, tin' ln'idc re.tuniin iiiictly to
her hoin.i afii i' t!to crcinoiiy. Tlnmday
Adair di-di'i'd to claiiii bis wife, but tho
old man had heard of the wedding, mid
was waiting ntumid the piemises with
:i Viii('lie.'i..'i' rille, whieli rather coni
tilieatfd lb - .-itiialion. Ihii'in the day,
lioweVer. the bride eluded tho vijxilaiieo
of the old e;enti'tiati. and joined her
hii-band, win ua- w:iitinf near by with
a bu:ref .and t ' ii two tai'ted away; but
the irate l:itl'el-il;-law was close after
them mi clux: that nun shut from his
Winelii-tcr laid Ihe hoie iii his tracks,
mother embedded a bulletin tho biiy
and two others whMled uncomfortably
ehise to the hflpl'V collide, who Started
to run away on (mil, the ruuni firing a
:tltlte lit the tild mall US lie retreated.
TI e oi 1 no; lady was linally eanlureil,
a:id Edwai-U vatiioo ed. and Adair re
tn aied with I In'eiiiiMilin thotiht and
deli itioiiaiioii to oet even with tin; old
Ill ill through the liiedinlil of f. charge
a; ain-t him cf stault with iiiU-nt lo
hiil. -')'( Aiil'DiiD E.fjtviss.
of t he vii!a .'es in the l'et in
icil regions are tindenniiieil
A a'ioii i if eo-il, !ti:i uri! sai I
! to eav e in at anv titu-'.
Out oi Sorts.
Many persoiiacomplain of not feeling well;
and, though not absolutely sick or iu pain,
are perpetual! in a state of discomfort ralli
ed by the digestive organs not properly per
forming their work. To correct the dioor
dercd condition of the stomach and restore
health, tike a hnlf-tablespoon of Simmons
Liver Regulator after each meal. Try this
purely vegetable cathartic, tonic and altera
tive ami it will convince you that no one
can take it and n.main hn.g unwell.
1'aking- a liaise.
John Hays, Credit, P. O., says that for
nine months he could hot raise Ids hand to
his head through lameness in the Mioulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Eclectric Oil he
whs entirely cun d. Paul 0. Seluili, Agent.
'' !! ' I ' I I.!" -I - 1
An agreeable dressing (or the hair, that
will stop its falling, lias been long sotieht
for. Patkct'H Hair Ii'tlsHitn distinguished
for its purity, fully sup.!ie thi want.
Go to Paul 0. Schuh lor Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uneiia!cd. Color
from U to .r) pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 1! cents.
Tub very hunt family midicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowel", purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. ' (15)
The best and cheapest car starter is sold
by Jiorden, Selh ck iV- Co., S(, Louis, Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded car. (U)
A f uni.
To all who are sull'ering front the errors
t-tid indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ax., i
will send a reeip that will cure you, free
of charge. This gient remedy was discov
ered by a micsionnry in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Itev.
Joseph T. Iniiian, Station 1), New York
Jacob Mart.nlf.of Lancaster, N. Y., bays:
"Your Spring Lloswnn works well (or ev
ery thing you recommend it; myself, wife
mid children have all used it, and you can't
find a healthier family in Hew York state."
-et. ,ri, 1MH). pu G. Schuh, Agent.
A Popular Tonic
roIlVVHAK Ll'NOH AND CONSUMiTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
American public, for the relief and euro of
Coughs, Colds, Soie Throat, Dehilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
fctiiges of the disease, has over met with the
indorsements of phy-iciann or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Hock and Kye." Tho
repoalivl aud continued sales of the article,
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and teiitiiiionals from every
Uarterof the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing ellects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
coiiiiueiidalion is on necessary and super
fluoiiH, lis a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all thoso who are ulllicted or pining
awny with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to Im secured by tho line of Tolu, Hock
and Kye. I Chicago Times.
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
ot generative organs. l. n lor fl. All
druggist. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Unw.
If you feel drowsy, dcbillUU:d, have Ircquctit head
lie bo, mo litis timte huilly, pour nepmlte. met toiuna
coaled, you aro 11 11 fieri 111 lrom torpid liver, or Till
liiimiierN.Hiid nothlnir will euro vou onpeedlly and
jierniiini nlly as to tku blniinous Liver KiuulaU)f
Tho cliuiipeHt. iu rust
and bust fitnitly med
icine In tho world!
An Kll ctualSpeilllo
for nil illci iit-uo of llio
I.Ivit, Btomach und
h (i leen .
Iteu'iiliile Hi j Mvcr
HILLS AMI Ki;.
V K II, M AI A IIKU'S
Ci.V e I. A I NTS,
it K H T LKSH.NKSS,
NAt Si A .
Ni'llilni; le so iiiiplesciint, imtlilnn so connnon as
IiniI bream, slid In nearly eu ry fn it comes from
Hie alonmi'li, an I run be so enslly corrciied If yoa
w ill tiiku fSI'iuiiiiiis Liver Keiii'liilor Do not lioit
lei t so sure a riiineily for this repulrive disorder.
It will also Improve, your Appetite. Complexion,
and Oencral Ue.ulth
How many suiter torture day after dny, making
life a burdea and robiiluu exlsici.ci. of nil pleasnrM
ov Int.' 10 Ihe secret siiflurlncj from Piles. Vet re
lief Is ready to Hie hiind of almost any one w ho will
use HVfleiiiiit icnlly the remedy Unit hn" permutirnt
ly ei:r. J 1 heiisninls. Slmmniis' Liver Kceulutor, Is
no dnmtic violent piire; but a gentle usdsunt to
SHOP I.I) not bu reuiinled as a trnliiig
ailment lu fact na'iiru ikmands the ut
most regularity of lb bowels, and any
rievia'ton fro 111 this ili'iimnd ptives tho
way often tu serious dntr'-r. Ii Is qnllo
at neeecsary In removi; imp lire accuniu
h.lloiia Ir 111 the bu i' 1 as It la to eat or
s'ei p and 1.0 health can be expected
whe.e acostive habit of body prevalla
Tlil llstrcsliiti nllllctlon occurs most frcqneotly
The disturbance ol the stomach. arlini from tho
linperb rtl diiiesled contents, rmntrg a severe pain
In tliti bead, aecumpaiiled with ilisnifelile naimc-a,
and this roiistitntes-what Is poptilurly known m
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE,
1 HILAHF.Ll'UIA. PA
I'lice $1 K Kuld by till Druutem.
lu dt apparent tiflect ia to li.cri-asn tho ai)ps
tite. Il assists (ll?pstlon aud causes the food to a
si . li'Mo proi'erly-thus tho ystm Is nourished.
It a'.., by its tonic action on the digestive- orRaui,
Induce inoro copious aud rcnular evacuatlonf.
The rapidity with which patients lake ou flesh
while under tho till ucuce of the Syrup, of Itsulf In
d irt s tlint no thcr preparation can ho bettor
adapted to Help and nourish thn constitution, aud
heuee h- more, efficacious In all depression of spir
its, shaklnu or trembllin; of the hand or body,
oiiiie;li, Hhoril of breath, or consumptive habit.
The nerves and muscles, become stroni'thtned, and
tlio blood purified.
'W.e v irioua kinds of wa.lc or iL c iy that ailed
the huuinn li.jdy, though attend" d each w ith soma
symptom r.ot common with the reft, auree very
much lu this, that the Wis 1 11 ail Is Dearly tho
saute. It U ipiicraLy conceded, tl.at the mnjorlty
of diseases areccompanlml by faulty digestion;
and such beiiii; ttio case, we uiuit, 111 order to cure
nucb dUua-es, cause iheonjats of dlj;esllou to per
lorm their proper fun lions. No remedy has be
fore been (Uncovered which has so hi m final an In-
flat we on these orrn as fellows' Compound
Kor Sale by all Drucjlrts
Pain Cannot Stnv VVhoro
It Is Used.
Iihui'iiiiitism Is cured by
THOMAS' ECLKCTKIC OIL.
A lame back of oljrhl year atandlnR wss pnsltlve
ly cured by mi cents worth of
Common sore throat la cured with one dose of
THOMAS' U'LIi'. TlilO OIL,
Coughs and colds are cured by
THOlIAo' ECLKc'THIC OIL.
All throat and lutiK diseases are cured by
THOMAS' BCLKCTUIC OIL.
Asthma Is cured by
THOMAS' I'CLECTKIC OIL.
Burna aud frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLKCTHIC OIL.
Always (jives satisfaction.
Hold by Medicine Dealers everywhere
Price 50c. and 1
.YOHTEli, M1LBURS & CO., Prop'rs.
RulTalo. N. Y.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICI NK
vnihv uior. Thn nrnat Knff-
1 nnvu r ' . , - : "
lisn ronieoy, jvu
unliilllng euro for
piiluncy and all
dlsuasuf Hint folow
T 7 "' of nioinorjr,' 'i7(,S5 V
Before TakinconiversallassUiiilejl r. , n'uVl,,-
painiutn(i nacK, tr
(lltnness of vision, pruinature old auP, and many
other dlseusea that lead to insaultv, consumption
or a premature crave. ...
H'rKul) particulars In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send freebv mall to evervotiu. HfThO
Upecillc Medicine la sold hv all drtiKKlsls at 1 Por
iacKiiic, or tlx packugns for f A, or will bo sunt froi
bv mall on rdceitit of thn monev, bv inldrcsslng.
TU OKAY MKDK'INE CO.,
lUwrxiA, W. Y.
On acceiitit of counterfeits, wo have adoptud tho
Yellow Wrappor; tho only Kunulito, Uuaruntoei
of euro Issued
Bold In Cairo by P. 0. SCHUH.
Wholesale Agents, Morrison, Plumber te Co.,