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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY" MOReVINU, DECEMBER 20, 1882.
Gives the evidence on which
he bases his assertion
Clear and explicit state
ments from well-known
persons which should
convince the most
For other Certificate of Cure tend for
Dr. Sehtnck't Book on, Consumption, Liter
Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gice.s a full
description of time diseases in their carious
forms, idso, viUitalle information in regard
to the dirt and dotlting of the sick; hot
and irhen exercitu should be taken, etc.
This book is the. result of many years of
cTpeiieitce in the treatment of Lung Dis
eat:s, and shou'd lie. read, mI on'y by the
afflirttd, but ty those icho, from loertditary
taint or other cause, suppose thmselns
luAle to any affection of the throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, lo all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. U. Schonck & Son,
Cor. Arch and Sixth Sts..
Go and sea tho pooplo who write
the following letters, if possible.
From C. W. Kmerson, Ksu.., of Natlrk,
j'lf. Scktiuk be Sen, ttli a Hi A r h Su. , Pk i.t -it!fkia,
Gentlemen: I send you herewith an account of
toy case, and I have been careful to coiitine my.
elf strictly to plain facts .-
! was taken sick, in the lalter part of June, 173;
the doctor aaid it was Congestion of the Lungs,
and three days after I hart what he called Conges
tion of the Liver. Among other medicines I
took aia blue pills, and after ten weeks was just
able in go around the house. I had a bad cough,
and raised as much as a pint of clear w hite matter
in adav. I then went to the State of Maine imy
native pl.icei. About this time the matter I raised
was streamed wuh blood, and wnen I coughed it
eeemed as though a thousand ureses were stick
ing between ruv shoulders n I ihro irh my left
breast. . I consulted a lung do lor at ll-ngor; he
examined me carefully ; lie ho-k his head and
said there ujs no use of taxing any thing but
stimulants, finally I came home, and Unr.i
beard of two cures by your medicines, cor.iluicd
to give them a trial.
At this time I often coughed up clear blood, and
was so weak I had to iesi utien half-way up the
stairs, and we ghed only ore hundred and ten-ty-four
po-inls. My feet and ankles were so
swollen that it was very difficult for me to walk.
I hid a steady di.rrhea which nothing would
check, and night sweats every night.
I bought a doen of vour medicines, and two
boxes of your Mandrake Pills, and commenced
taking them. Some of roy friends said it wjs
throwing money an av, and advised me to goto
the Massachusetts General Hospital; but I was
determined to give them a fair trial. I could not
see any improvement until I bad tnkrn sever il
bottles; then, however, 1 began to feel a little
stronger. 'J took the medicine regularly, a bottle
each of Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic tn
four or five days, and alter taking a doien bottles
or more, they could see that I was better. 1
coughed less, my night sweats were less violent,
began to regain my appetite and flesh, and in a
short time was quite my old sell, and weighed
one hundred and eighty-seven pounds ; have con
tinued gaining strength ever since, and am as well
at ever. 1 have not lost a meal for eipht months,
can hold my breath half a minute, and run a mile
with ease ; my lungi are apparently as sound as
can be. I am satished 1 had Consumption.
I want to impress on all who ate afflicted that
there is no use in taking your medicines without
persevering. I have suite recommended it to two
others, both of whom it has cured ; and I am firm
in the belief that Consumption can be cured by
the faithlul use of your ruediclnes, and 1 kn -v
they saved my life.
C, W. EMERSON,
From Mrs. J. V. TOllliiftton, of Cftm
Dr. 7. II. SthtHckJ'ltiUJtlthU,
Dear Sir: Over twenty-three years ago I was
attacked with a hacking cough, which continued
for about three months, when I was suddenly
taken with a severe hemorrhage. After litis I
gradually lost strength, and finally got 10 low at to
be confined lo my bed. Prom the first I employed
what w e considered the best physicians of Huston,
but all to no purpose ; their medicines Rave me
but little relief, and I felt, as did nil my friends,
that I had but a short lime tn live. In fact, the
last doctor 1 had told my tisier that I could live
hut a few weeks. While in this apparently hope
less condition I was visited by an uncle from Ca
Iiforntn, who strongly advised me tn take your
remedies, saying that he had been cured ot Con
sumption by tliem. My husband, who had ns
conndence in patent medicines, was very much
nppoaed to my taking lliem, but I concluded that
at my doctor could do nothing for me, I could not
do better than give them a trial.
At this time your father was making profession
al visits in lioston, and although I was so weak
that 1 liad to be lifted Into a carriage, I went to
nee him. He gave but little encouragement, sny.
ing that I, like many othris, only tame to sec him
after being given up bv all other physicians, tie
promised to do what lie could fur me, however,
and I iiiinicdiaiely began taking the Mandrake
Tills, Seaweed Tonic und Pulmonic Syrup, as he
directed,. After using lliem for three weeks I be.
R.m 10 improve, anil, continuing their list for
some months, 1 cot well enough to make a visit
to my friends in Philadelphia. I was so low that
it took a long time to entirely recover, hut I was
permanently turrd, for 1 have had excellent henltll
for Hie last twenty ye.us, with the exception of a
slight weakness nf the lungs, whkhtomprlt me
to he careful nol to take cold.
Soon after mv recovery, happening lo meet tin
last physician 1 employed before using yourmedi.
cuics, howsssuiptlsed to see me alive, hut said
that he could truly tny that I was not the only one
he knew who h.id hern greatly benefitted hy the
use of your medicines,
1 feel (hat I cannot spfi,W too highly of your re
medies, believing at 1 1I0, that they taved my life
I have, since my recovery, recommended thrtn to
a great many people, and ihey have almost invari
ably cured them, the only exception being those
who were beyond the power of all medicine, I
ulwayt keep your remedies In die house and now
consider, them the best nf all medicines (or tut
diseases you recommend them for.
MRS. J. V. WELLINGTON.
11 Tremont Street, Cambrldgeport, Man.
From Mr. Hurley I'. Hopkins, or I'rovJ.
iIoiip, IC. I. lis I, Cut vil ..rConsiiinp.
tlnii by Dr. Hchriirk' Medicines,
utter taliii; given up to i,y
aonio of the best iliyaiclitn
of I ho 1 1 3-.
DcarSirt-I h;,veben curort nf what tluteof
the best physicians ot this city told till? W4 fVn
sumption of the Lungs, by the use of your medi.
oinci. I tu Unit attacked with the disease in Oc
tober, iI'Aj, and although wai from thai time
continually under the care of a physician, I grew
worse and worse, until I was confined lo my bed.
I can hardly nay that I was tirst attacked with the
disease in 1S80, for my lungs had been weak for
nnny yearn previous to thin, and I would quite
often have severe pain In my breast, if I took the
least cold or exerted myself too much in any way.
I crew worse, my couh became very bad s I had
might sweats to acvere that my bed, through the
nilii, would be an wet as though water had been
thrown over me. I was continually raising bljod
and large quantities of offensive matter Irom my
luns, and at last had all the well-known symp
toms of Consumption in its last stages.
At the request of my family, my physician
called in two oilier doctors of this city, and they,
after an examination, agreed that my case was
hopeless. They informed my wife that 1 had bet
ter he told that I could not live, as my time
would be very short for arranging my worldlyaf
faire. 1 hey also said that no medicine would be
of any use to mo. The next day my friend, Mr.
H. 1. Leilh, hearing nf my condition, sent me a
bmtleof your Pulmonic Syrup, thinking it might
relieve my cough, and make my expectoration
easier. I began using it, never even hoping that
it would cure me, but finding great relief from its
use. When the fust boric wai gone I sent and
got more : so I continu-d it until I used seven or
right bottles. All this time I was in bed and was
so weak that I had to be lifted. This was not a
difficult thing to do, however, as I only weighed
about ninety piundt. As I have said, I com
menccd the use of the medicine with no thought
of i:s curing me, but after taking the eighth botile
I would sometimes feel a little hungry, a thing I
had not done before for many month-.. I omitted
to mention that after taking four or five bottles of
the Pulmonic Syrup, I also began i Kuril; the Sea
weed Tonic, and I also took some ot the Man
It is needless for me lo give you an account of all
my feelings during my recovery. Of course it was
slow, hut it was also sure. 1 gradually gained
strength, the character of what I raised from my
lungs was changed not being so offensive and
at mi i was ijic to get up and walk about my
r.K-tn From this time my recovery was rapid. I
gaur.d flesh fast and soon went out-doors, and
now I am entirely well, a wonder lo all my ac
quaintances who saw me when I was so low.
1 -.veigli one hundred and sixty-two pounds, ap
peir.e g id. and I can truly say that 1 never felt
Letter in my life I consider your medicines
as wonderful in their effects. They have saved
my life, and I feel so thankful to you that I am
anxious th it nil who are suffering with lung trou
bles shiuM .now how good they arc. Of course.
1 tan give a better account of my case in telling ot
ii than in writing, and ifanvwho read this are
interested, thtfy are welcome to call on me at my
HARLEY P. HOPKINS.
No. a Howell St., Providence, R. I.
Msy 19, i'.Si.
Ma. Hai tv P. Homcisj, wli writes the fore
going letter to Ir. Si henrk. of Philadelphia, is an
old resident of Providence. I have known him
well for the last fifteen years, and can assure the
public that all he has written in regard 10 his Sick
ness atui recovers-, is strictly true lie was con
sidered a consumptive, in the last stages of the
disease, by his pnvsisian and friends, anl l be
lies e thjt his recover) is entirely due to the use
of Dr. StLcuk iiifoiuuo.
II. I. LF.ITH. Druggist.
No. iU N. Main St.. Pr-'Yidtire, R.I.
May iy. i2ir.
Discharged from lhj Army in the
Last Stages of Couimmption.
Cured by Dr. Schcnck's
Statement of Mr Julius ISnydoii, of Tro
Siilrlice, It, I,
I was riiscli t;'td from tlie l". S Ann m June,
i?,4. as an mr'iral!e Onsuir-vive. My di,i barge
reading thus: " .dvamed s(.i;e r.( Consumption
ol the Lungs. 1 was annsen in- me annv -oir-
ge?n to live out-doors as much p-.s He
informed rnv tnrmis th .1 1 svas iii..iie,..L-, but
with care I might te md corti;ort.i',ile I " a time.
Mv c0UL-h was almost without crs .. n I raised
matter from my lungs 111 L.rc ;tiantitics. anj I
hid all the other well. kn.xvn svntitrniis of ihe
due. tie. I tooK in any remedies without benefit.
In Sip: ember I went to .e Hr. s henck, and
s un kfi-r b?gn 10 11- !.: mil n.ursc of mrdi
C.oes. I soon f.-lt ill;:! ! 1 neiKul efte.-is, my
cou(:h growing less and less aitd my s'rength
Cuming baclc to me very I v.. In tii,- folloanng
April I Was cn'ovly 'V.-11 ,v I c ne u Prividence
and went to work. 1'iotn toat tune lo this I have
been entirely well, m t s-ir!ni! one do't.ir for
doctors or medicines . r tinsel!. 1 therefore
know that Dr. S.'neo I. s tui- lii.u.t are good and
reliable in I.unj; Di aasc. My cure was consid
ered alm. : '-" hy those who knew me
when 1 - ' itonj the arm v.
JCI.R'S P.'''" I-.N,
Of Hoyden (t Whelden, Grocers, No. 574 . Main
St., Providence. R. I., July 4, i83i. Formerly
of South alpole, Mass.
Front (ho Hov. Stephen Rnete.
Maidn Rotk, Pierce Co., Wis..
June 15. 1871.
Dr. J, If. S.:ktHck, rkiUdtlphia,
Worthy Gentleman.-It is with a feeling of grat.
(tude I teat myself to wtitc you this letter. A
little over a year ago I received from you a small
box of your valuable medicines. Pulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed i onic and Mandrake Pills. They were
for my wile, who had been very sick tor manv years
with female weakness and weak lungs. S)ie had
had two severe attacks of pneumonia, and our
physician gave it as his opinion as from her great
debility -that she could not live through the third
one. She began 10 take your remedies according
to directions, and we immediately saw great im
provement in all her symptoms. She wat soon
free from her cough, and began to gain in flesh
rapidly. At this date she is perfectly well.
I wish to add lhat your Pulmonic Svrup is the
only medicine I have ever found that gives relief
in my bronchial complaint usually called clergy,
man I tore throat. ' During the winter season, if
I speak much in public, I often suffer from it, but
your Pulmonic Syrup givtt me immediate relief,
and ttrengthens my voice.
Since tuy wile's cure I have recommended it to
many ot my neighbors, who have used it with
gteat benefit in coughs and colds.
REV. STEPHEN ROESJJ,
Missionary for American Baptist Publication So
ciety, Maiden Kock, Pierce Co., Wisconsin.
Rev. Mr. Roese again-wntet under date of
April 7, (83j ;
Mywife't health remains good, showing thai
your medicinet have made a perfect and perman
ent cure, I think your Pulmonic Syrup the best
cough remedy in the world. I am advertising
you wherever I go in my travels.
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea
or griping On the contrary, they are to mild
and agreeable in their actiou that a person tuffer
Ing with a tick headache, tour stomach, or pain
In lhebowelt.it speedily relieve! of these dis
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, ilie organ which, when in a healthy condi
tion, purities the blood for the whole body.
They are a perfect preparation of that great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a
remedy that has displaced the use of mercury, at
well as many other poisonous drugs, In the prac
tice of every intelligent physician.
Prof. John King, of the College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, iayi:(" In Constipation it acts upon
the bowelt without disposing them to subsequent
eostivenets. In Chronic Liver Complaint there it
not itt equal in the whole range of medicinet, be.
Ing vastly more useful than mercurial agents,
arousing the liver to healthy action, Increasing
the flow of bile, and keeping up these actions
longer than any other agent with which we are
acquainted." (See American Dispensatory, page
7 o. I
In all easet of Liver Complaint or Dytpepsla,
where (here It great weakliest or debility, Dr.
8ohenck'e ftanwved Tonic should be used in
connection with these Pills.
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
Are told by all Druggists, and full direction! for
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Dr. Rchenck will tee pnllotit at the
Grtsnd Central Hotel, Broadway, N.Y., oil
the first Wedneiday and Thursday of each
month, and at the American House, Han
over Street, lioston, on the eer.nntl Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month, ex
cept August. Consultation free."
A Uravn Enarinenr,
Not lon since, it rnilroa'l train, load
ed with over hix hundred iia.s.Mnierj.
was rtiiiniiif; acm.sn New Jersey. Hv
sonii! iiiili;ii to the inrti'liinery, a back
draft druvu tho steam and Humus iulo
thu cab niul fureed the lireinan and en
gineer to rt'troal from tlui locomotive to
tho bagifajftt-car. Tho tender was set
on lire, ami tho train da.shud ulonjf with
An fttteiiijit was niade to get at the
!iir-lirales in the tear of the train, but
tho blonk of frightened jiasseiigeM 1 1 1
terpoHtd an obstacle tliat could neither
be penetrated nor aiirrnotuitcd. Soeiny;
the destruction that threatened tho six
hundred lives, the engineer, Joiej.ih A.
Sieg, rushed through the smoke and
llama back t-j tho burning cab.
Nearly a niinutu passed it seemed
an age to the paralyzed passengers,
penned jip, and Sw iftly rushing to a hor
rible denlli and then the. train stopped.
The passengers know that, tho engineer
had succeeded in putting on the air
brakes and in reversing the engine.
The stopping of the train allowed the
flame to shoot upward and to disclose
the tender. A man's head was seen in
the. water-lank. Two tueu rushed for
ward aud lifted out the half-consumed
lie had jumped into the water to ex
tinguish his burning clothes. His flesh
waa hcorched all over his body, ami
from both hands it hung in shred, "
In three 'lays he. died, a martyr to
Our railroads have developed a clasn
of men as jjceuiiar in manner aud speech
a the old tars of fifty years ago. And
they arc as brave, too, when duty calld
theni to risk life, or limb. Engineer
Sieg was a good type o a noble" class
The writer of these paragraphs kuew
d his 1
an engineer v ho f-aveil his nasse liters
by deliberately going down, with Ids
engine, into .1 yawning eha-ui. I Ic was
running ou the v'ineitjnati and Marietta
road, which was then made extra haz
ardous by the high trestles erected over
w ide ravines.
One day, as he was descending a
downward grade, he saw that the tres
tle which bridged a gulf over a hun
dred feet deep had been twisted out of
line. Ho could easily have saved him
self, as his lirmiian did, by jumping.
Dut ho whistled "down brakes," 10
versed the engine, aud went down, with
hiu hand on tho tiirottlcvalve. Ho saved
his passenger;, for the cars stopped on
tho brink of the abyss. They found
him at the bottom, with a broken thigh,
arm, eollar-houc aud ribs. Thanks to
the skill of American surgery, ho re
ccvered. It is well for pas.-engers to think of
these facts when they see thu grimy
man, with soiled clothos, looking out of
1'or the Young Folks.
The following may servo to while
nway somo long winter evenings: Can
you place a news-paper on tho lloor in
.such a way that two persons can easily
stand upon it aud not be able to touch
one another with their hand-? Answer
Yes; by putting the paper in the door
way, one-half ir.side and'the other half
outside of the room, and closing the
door over it, two persons can easily
stand upon it and still be beyond each
other's reach. Can you put one of your
hands where the other cannot touch it?
Easily; by putting one hand on tho el
bow of the other arm. Can yon place
a pencil on tho lloor in such a way that
110 one can jump over it? Yes, if 1 place
it close enough to the wall of the room.
Can you push a chair through a linger
ring? Yes; by pulling a ring on the
linger and pushing the chair with tho
linger. You can put yourself through
a keyhole by taking a piece of paper
with the words "yourself" written up
on it and pushing it through the hole.
You can ask a question that no one can
answer with a "110," by saying what
does y-e-s spell? You can go out of the
room with two legs and return with. -ox,
bv brin L'ing along a chair with vou.
A New York doctor, tirou'd loo early
by the crowing of his neighbor's ro-'.-d-er,
went out, captured thein, cut their,
vocal chords, restored them to ll.eii
roosls, and went hack to bed con.-ciom
that he would not again be disturbed
thai or any other morning. He now en
joys himself watchiug bis neighbor's
astonishment tit their Mieeeful imita
tions of the crowing nioiions without
making a sound.'
A Boardiug School Story.
If any oue ever wanted to laugh when
it would have been tho height ot impro
priety to even have smiled, they may ho
reminded of their feelings on such oc
casions by tho following good story : "In
nn Kpiscopal boarding school, a few
years siiiee, tho scholars aud teachers
"were assembled for morning prayer. Tho
reading ain singing were ovef and till
were re uniing their Mtats, when one of
the young ladies, of a very short and
thick Mature, missing her chair seat. id
herself with a thud' on the llnuiv No
body smiled. All were too decorous for
that. The fallen one, eml.arra -ed into
the momentary loss of common seti-e,
retained her hiwly seat, opened her
prayer-hook, and appeared to hu earn
estly engaged in examining its contents.
This was almost too much for her com
panions, and a tsinilc begun to struggle
on many a fair countenance, when the
rector roso and commenced reading tho
lirst morning louson. Ho read from tho
fifth chanter of Amos, as follows: 'Tho
virgin of Israel is fallen; she shall no
tuoi'o rise; she is forsakeu upon her html;
there is none to r;iiso her tip.' This was
too much; tho voice of tho rector trem
bled as ho looked up and saw the fallen
virgin; tho scholars turned red in their
faces, and tho exoreiscs'were brought to
a hasty cbse."
I)k. Picreo's "Pleasant Purifativo Pul
lu's" are sutar-couted and inclosed in glass
bottles, their virtue being thereby pro
served unimpaired fur any length of time,
in any climate, so that they are always
fresh and reliable. No cheap wooden or
pasteboard boxes. By druggists,
A CoucU, Cold or sore Throat
should bo stopped. jNcjrlect frequentl re
sults in an Iucurablo Lung disease) or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syr jps
and balsams, but act directly on tho inllain
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro t Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. J'or thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and tdways
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wido and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Soid at 25 coats a
Why continue tho use of remedies that
only relieve, when Ely's Cream Balm, pless
aot of application and a sure tiro f r Ca
tarrh, llay Fever and Cold in head, can
be had for 50 cents? Apply into uostrils
with little floger.
7 m ila AX . 2 SiV afWh
1 H H
VA i R m A
j ritiiut. life Is tweeulng hy, go
J'Wj I I land dare helnro yea die, torn
1 I thing mighty and inhlimn
t 1 I. ...,. S..UI..J ..1
i.-iivu uuiiuu 10 woi.ijio-r 1 uiic.
li'ig a wmk iii jour own town..
Five Doil .r outfit fre. Ts'o
rltlt. Ev rythlng ticw Capital rot required, ti c
will furnish yon everything. Many are miking
forttities, Ladlvt make ax niunh ai ioen, and boyt
and gl'le mike i'rat pay Header, If you v. nut
huauuss at which vou cim make great pay all the
timu, write for particulars to U. IULI.KTf A CO,
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rR1ar Ornriuatn of tsvo rnwllr-a
eolicays. litis lifcn longer eiiKaited In the treat
ment of Clxrouir. Nervous, S-Uln ami
Blood Discawa thsn anvoth-rphvslrliiii In
Bt. Louis, as city psrs juw mid all old reel,
dents know. C'onsultstlnifi ottioeor try nisll,
free and Invited. A friendly talkor his opinion
cosls nolhlnif. When It iafiiennvenlentto visit
the city .or treatment, medicines en 11 be sent
by mall or expr. ss everywhere. Cunilile cs'e
giiariino-cd-, where doubt exists It iafraukly
ttated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and otlKr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blond Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bhpuniatism, Tiles. Special
attention to cases firm over-worked brain.
SUBOICAL CASE3 receive special attention.
Diseases arisic g from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences er Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a phs-sli-lan pnylnif
particular atU'titlo'i to a class of cases aitalnn
grits t skill, niul physicians In restuisr practice
all over the country knowing this, frcqnenlly
recommend crises lo the oldest oflire In Ani'Tloa
where every known tppllaure is resnrled t.
and the proved (torxt rt-iii-clipii of all
aes mid cinintrles are used. A whole house Is
used forofltce uurriow, and nil are (rented wttli
skill In a reperttul niunner; and. kiiowinij
what to do. no experiments are made. On ae
count of the ftriat iiiiiiiIxt Mipl v 1 11 sr. Out
charges are kept low. oft mi lower (ban Is
demanded hy others If you secure the tkl'l
and tret a speedy and perfect lil cure. Hint Is
the Important matter. Pamphlet, puseb,
tent to any address free.
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C1mI, nfioivthr MirvM ni-iMM(if nmMnir nt:ular nviilily
ennui in'i.i iu'-i iii-itiHii pimn f tiWUtif llli'rtJMcnilML.' in
GRAIN. PROVISIONS & STOCKS
Each ineniUT cols tint In in iii (i runihinrtl nipiml jt llm
Club. lntolfKipnrri'iit. Onli'.eielHi.d n thly. 1(-
ports or 01 erniii'i'-B-i.t enli nn-nU r. Pli.ue- tin each,
rtslrinii,b, noiin"C able, tnnti'leriiliie, A ivliulile 1 m-.
n-iiinilen( wniti-l 111 evi rv Umit. 0 ; -o.-irsl indiii ementH.
Exiilsiiutorvl'irciiliirpent 'ln.'C. Addiv..'. It, K.Kkmjau,
liCo., V.; i ITU LttSall8tUlIICAliO, iLC,
INJECTIOV, ia ariosltivo cure fornll Olscbaruea
BtttiiruiK. bm utliiu enj I'ljuful Benantiona ol tno
SI OO !irbottIo, Foraiilnhynll drug
J.'T. Jl iftats, or aunt by Expreiia on re
ceiiilof lrlce, JOltN D. I'AHK ktONU.
liAnnd 17, Hv.nmore tt. CINCINNATI
OHIO. HtKaonicutiou thlapawor.
rifnr Soldiers, Wlilowr, Car
entf and Chlhlrin. Any
disca-e, uiiunil 11 Inlurv
entHlee. Milllnta appropriated. Working lure
donbett. lionet made hiinpy. I'rompt work.
Apply uow. Kee flu. Deserters niililled lo nil
iluut and di'th ret under nnw laws. Oroaiauu
ceat tu Increaso cuei'". iluiinlv and buck pay pro
cored. 1 he ' ' orld and Soldier." (wee ly paper).
Ham 1 lit copv (Voe Scud tiairp fur full Insipid Ion a
hlnuks and bontity table, I 4 ris 1;
for Inwnt-'r Ailrossl J I IjiS l O
N. W. I' ll'Glllt tLU A t ().. i'uua'un, I'atiMii A
Land A't'ye, WaalilnnUin, t. C. 11 6 it . -w -1 111
sjp '0ilear.'alwraou t'mlouk-
mil fur rhanret to Inireasd
thulr nam Inge, and In time
hecomn wealthy I tho4 who
tlo not liiipruvu ihlr npp r-
titull ion remain in tiovvrrv.
We offer a (jreat clmncii to tnako money. We want
in 11 in ineu, wounn, hova and elrla to work 'r us
rlRht In 'heir own localities. Any 0110 can do tho
work properly from the first start. Thu bus tinne
will pay 111 're' th 'n ton tlmna ordti ary wngea tlx
ponaivuoiillO fiirnlMhett free, No "ii who enirajnt
lal e to maku tnoniiy rup dlv. Y011 tan devido
your whole tlni'1 to 'Iki work, or onlv your spa e
mmnetiia Fu'l I ifonti vtion and ad f-al Is ne.tdd
ti'n'frtm. Aa.l ess TIN SUN A CO. I'orllaud, Mo.
J'OTtC K. "
Canto, Iu,,,DcmborOih, lsi.
The ruculiir aiiiml medium of thu rtnckhu.dert
of the tlity National Hank, of ralro, for the 1 ur
pnauofauleotinvtiiven director, wll he held at the
ofllcenrs 'Id hank, In thlacltv, on Tuesday, Jaunt
ryth,18H:i. t'oUt upon at 1') o'clock a, ru. and
eioee st 4 o'clock p. m. nf M day.
t't. TUOS. W UALLIDAY, Caenlor.
1 0 a
fOOT A.fih-'i mm-.n. pftift
NEW 90-n. BAND CATALOGUE POI
IH83 8J3NT FREE to mtShSSiia ftiji
Li.,r. d &EED lusirumsDU, tormhsr
wliu full Initructiout for forming BaaJe. dl.
WHAT and HOW to purrhaw) tarait for
,Z,..A it i i """" "liring, o, Wlllaito
rl'J' "" an Orchestra
Electric AoDlbncoi are lent nn 3D Dnuci T.ui
TO MEN 0?iLY, YCUM OR OLD.
WHO are inirertny from Nenvous PeniUTv!
Lost V iTAi.iir, Lack or Nrnva Fow i .so
ViooR, Wasti.vh H.rsa-.K1. nd ml thohe dlMtaet
of a fr.asoNL NsTiaa rcsultlm; frum Asrsat snd
OTHPR Ccsifs. Speedy reimf n I complete rnKo.
ration or IIkaitkA moaand M tsHon i.itARtNTKtn.
The (rr,ir.det (llenvry of Uio Nin-teenrli CVnturr!
Bund at once for llliitmtedr4niilik'i tii.. AJdiex
VOLTAIC IE IT CO., WABiHAIl. MICH.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And nnr many othnr Flnctni-Os'Tsntc and Msatnatle
At'Pllsncos and Onrmsnta Bra IntHlualile. and a sure
enr tor Nervous I .-liil it r Psralrsls, Krilepsy, lihantna
ttsm, Overworked lirnin. Eilinmlion or Loss of Vital
Kneruy. Wesk llmk, Kidney Dlseaie, I ting, Llvsr and
Htoroai-h Oomt.Uilurs, and are adapted to riniln
BKX. 1 baso nnpllanens ar the sery latest Irnprurad
and eniirely dnTerent from belts and all others, at tboy
positirely Knorate continuous currents Klihout aolrie,
oauslna no sores n.-r Irritation of th skln-cso bt
worn at wora es wall m rest, snd are only noticeable to
the wearer. Th power Is reKulstnri to as to meet the
different stages of all dltenses where Electrlo end
Magnetic treatment Is of bene tit Those Inr
Cum Impotency, Seminal Weakness, Lost Mcooo.ao
They Cure xvhon all elne fills. Onr IfiSarrated
Pamphlet ran- I i aeuled envnlupa on receipt of Soeate
ooetae, orsuvurely upi.uJ, (rue,
Eow&ifl Electro-Maunotlc lnseles,ll perrstrbymall.
AMERICAN CALVArJIO CO.,
318 N. 6th St., St. Louis, Mo,
THE ll.Vl.LtlJ V.
A Now and i;niiiiictn II- I d, f m ti t i 11 n on Levm
aui'iiuii uuu i.iniroHii ntrouir,
Th ras'ennr Il'-ridt n Ihn t'hlrat o, HI.. I.oult
at)'' .ew Urlt-Hiit: Ullnoia Ceulrnl; Wahush, Ht.
I.oiiln and Paciflc; lion Mouu'nln end .Southern,
Mobile and Ouloj I air 1 and St. Louts Kauwayi
are all Jum across thu etreut: while the StRiimhoai
I.Miidiias; 1m hul one mitmru dlslntit,
This Hotel Is healod by steam, hot steam
Laundry, Hydriii.Uc Klevnlor, Kluetrlr Cll Hclla
Atilomatic Klre-Aluniis. Hatha, ahsiiltKely pure air
pcrtect swwcrai;u and Liimpltile appoiiiinii'iiis.
Superb lurijist.ltiKs; perfect s. tvlco; and au an
I j. V. VA.UIHKH f (ll).,Iaaee
This elegant dressing
is preferred by thote
wluduivc used it, to any
Uimilar article, on ac-
!:otuit of lit eupetior
lean!ines and euriiv.
'It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Rujtorei the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
r.irker s H.ur Balsam it fmclv perfumed and la
warranted to prevent falling of tho hair and to re.
movedanclrullandiiching, Hiscux & Co , N.V.
IHe. snd 1 ilin, tt disUrt In dnipi and aiidlclan.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or mother tun down hy family or houae
bold duties try 1'akkbu's 'Jim.ur Tonic,
If you are a lawyer, minister ot business man ex
(tainted hy mental strain or anxinuscares, do not take
lutoakutiii g stimulants, but use I'atket't Ginger Tonio
If ynu have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
lim, Kidney Complainis, or tnydnonjerofthelungt,
t'omach, bowels, blood or netves. I'akkiu's Gincbr
Tome will cure you, ItiithetJreateit Wood ruriflor
Ami the Beat end Surest Cough Cure Cver Used.
If you are wailing away fromrge, dissipation or
any i(iiene or weakness and rrouiie a stimulant take
Giiioan 'loMCatt ncet it will invigorate and build
rod up fiom the first dose but w ill never Intoxicate,
thns saved hundiedt of lives) it mny tave yourt.
CA I'TION l-n.fii. all itibillluln, Ni k.r'i Olnar r Tunis Is
enmpoMil uf lh l't nmrdlsl (tnu la lh, world, snd It wllraly
ditlmtil fmni prirsiioniof Bin-rsluur. and forvlniularle
llticoi 4 Co., N. Y. ". 1 nut, si drslrrs la dru(,
CnEAT RAVINU liyVINU DOLLAR R1W.
Its ri' ll and lusting tniKr.iuce has made tins
deliKlufiii pei 'nine exceedingly popular, There
1st nut III iik like It. Insist uiwn having Floms
Ton Cologne and look fix signature of
ef mrr bottle. Any drag!,! er daslsr III Mrfiunsr
era iiU'ldy yea. ID anil tl rent ,1ms,
LAIlilK RSVINO nt'VIXJ tie, SIZE.
l BEFORE - AND - aTttri
YOU IE RlfO IIS
TUE CArRO BULiLKTIN,
DAILY AND WEEBLXY.
Termej ot eju bort ption.
Oallr one year by earner . eit (yi
(percent, discount It paidln adrance.f
Owl , one year ,.y mall..;. ...';. lo 00
Oaaly.one monlt .. ? .. 1 00
Waelcly, one year.- .. . ton
WeelY.etnonthe - 100
MT'Clnhaoraveor mow for Weekly Bnlletln at
metimo, per yoar,$l bl J """",Bl
, ixvAKURi.riK anyaiirn.
All Communication! ehonld be addreaaed to
Publleher and Pronrletor.
Mason & HAMiiJf
nir!- A VQ"11 ?rUiDy ''. hevlngbeen
lIllJidnki?" decreed at every Great
word a Industrial Comp tltlou
ror Slxtoen Ycara; no other American orgate bar
lngbeeuloiiiideiiiaUtauy. Also cheapett. Btyle
U9:a!i octaves; aiiffi:Unt conipaas end power,
with bestqualty, for popular sa-trcd end aecnlar
niusic In scnools or fimllie. at only w. dne
n'Im0. n."r ",vlfl ',- I-'iT. 6, 72, 78. 19.1,
us. lilt, to $ is), aud up. t ho larnr ttylet are
wholly uurlvalud hyanv other orgaue. Alao for
easy pavnuuits. New llluatratod Catalonue free.
The MASU's A HAMLIN Or ran and Piano ( o.
1M Iretnout ttreet. Hostnu; Id Kat I4lh atreet
(Urilua -quare), aov York; 1W War. ell Avenue,
Y(VTN(f ATVT 11 Vn 'nt to learn Telegra.
V, , , l,h m f-'W months. anoTb
certain of a situation, addrcea Valentine llrolhere.
Janeevllie, w i.
NewspapnerAdvertiel igBuroau, 10 Spruce tt.N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS &Mi,f
Blood, and will completely chanrja the Wood In the an
tire syslem In three montha. Any person who will take
1 pill each nidhtfrora 1 to 1 weeks msy be restored
to sound health, if such athina-hepnssihle. Sold ev
erywhere, nr sent by mail for 8 letter stampa. I. B.
JOHysoM j Co.. Boston, Mass., formerly Bana-or, Me.
I nsva a DimltU- rnlv tr eu. ,iu.. . t.-
fse thouisnds of cues nr the worst kind and of Ionic
eaiidlnu itava been euieii,
i,-iu-T, mat I whl send
iiin-n, itunrreni; is mrraltu
tether wliUaVAl-fABI.H THElTIRKnii this UtitiMa.to
inytuOsror. (live Kxim-an snd 1'. O addri-.
SH. T. A. BlOCl'M, 1st foarl Bk, Xew Turk.
ihtwij hoj ri.ti FUEg. to-
While Wrcat'dng with a Tallcn 1 tvu a Lt mberman
K eclvoa C'oneiqiiuntial Uam g.-e.
While ou a Uuuting excursion In the great coat
and wood region near . iirhofda'o Pa., (he writer
met ' Mlam Coll. a lutnhi-rm tu. Acttuatnmud to
life and Inhor in the forrvrt fr.dii early intinhood, he
waa a into K'llglu i,f thu Axu Many a tree had
fallen before hie rln.lng stroke, un l ft ett of raft
had borne away to tnar;.ct the rawed prnducta.
Coll la a character, and If Orcar Wlula is right in
say'iiR that all rxtovjments in nnhlmkred lahor are
graceful, our frlmid W lllhitn, Srlpp.d for his work,
and attacking a tree as HK-hnrd assaulted tho
heavy door i nf Front de Etcnl's Caetlo mast hate
presented an ad 1 ir b!e 1 irtnre
One diiy, however-hut let lilui tell the atory
himself, as he told t lo mo
"I '.s out lu ihe woode, you know, trying to
ttart t hu g (low u a bill. Tbitklng I could get a
In tter purchueo on l! from ihu lower side, I tackled
It them with my l'u rolling honk aud threw niy
weight on I be ) vor. tlia alerted file did, but aa
1-uck wun'd have t, bi foiv I could g ont of the
way, she Mlludrght i vernin. lllthudu't been
for a lot of email lluihe and broth lying tu the road
whl. Ii lifted her np, she'd a crushud me flat. At It
waa I got up without a broken bouc, bnt with tome
mighty bad brulot."
"Then jou were ali right," aald Ms auditor.
"Not bya blameit tight, ttranirer. I took cold,
rheumatism act lu, aud, If I hadn't heard of BEN
SON'8 CAPC1SE rORUS I'LASTKHS and
used 'em, It'a my opinion I should never have
made another ch.pfly. But the C'npclne took hold
quick, and I'm about oe good aa new. Hut there's
ono thing you kin calUlloto on: -I ehall never
wrantle with another log uulcet I havtj the advan
tiign ot the ground F ir, aa I tM vou before, If it
badu't-heen for lliem brushes I'd been emaihed to
you could a sold me for a door mat."
The Capclne la the thing for thentnntltm. It
doesn't km p you waiting. The word CAPCINK
la ctT In tho center of the genuine. Price 25 centa.
Seabury fc Johuaou, Chemlets, New Yak.
FARMEK'S fc()N3 AND DAUGHTER!)
Or any Active Man 01 Woman
In Cash, working f r the American Parmer.
Address K A. K. HACKbTT. Ft Wayne, Ind.
lor all Union Holdlera IMPDCACC
disabled la line of dittv inblltAslC
f pension . La ws I D D F 1 n O o t l'a v anil
nore Liberal. HiinLHlIO Uounty to
i.'nlon soldiers ronorteii on rolTs aa dusertera
r JISCHARGtS o?(&W8end U-ol
coin numpt M.UJikJUOART CD
a lit u oircet it, v., svaajruiitfivu,
Kdueeted and rrn-'tlcal arrowere nnw aaaent to our
mollo "TUiit lh further North Merlin ure
tw urinpr rtnrm ki'i-ik re
lr Ihclr product will be."
a full Hue ni MUinW.ii'ni.i,-.
we offer tins yttar 1
true Vmauie. arrown on dry 11 plain! ; Heol. U l'yfoand
lllue Htoin Wheat 1 White Itilssiau Oats 1 Ktuniiea Cab.
bsffc, saldUi he one week nurller than Knr! y Vork 1 our
North Htar Vnllow Ieut Ooru still token tfioleitd, and
lor itHiner inciiiai lu wifr 1 11 tuiii'ii m-co, somauMta.
rarrota, wis, Aiii., Ao., a rill! line and lunre crop, all
Ise-J arrowth nn cur own farms. V ila BP-e for duck
pomia always on hand for bpiiug or f'nll aowltur.
1th Annual OataJou-iie, rr, V, Si. M ICTt'AI.F,
A Leeullna London pays
Iclaa ottmbllelirn aa
lor the Cure of
Dram J ta-Jiwrnal of Xtdkim.
Dr. Ah. tteiwmle 0ae f laaiO, he makes 1 see
etalty nlltplleturt haa wlthrnit dnnbi tnald ami enrts
nwreeaaes Mian itny other Hvlneuhyalclaii. lllstnraeaj
bas simply baasieiilh(n waiaa hfsrd o ettaaa or
esar to veers' eianillnaj eaecaasnillr earid tor elm.
kaa Bubllihatf a work on this dltaaaa, which ba aasda
wlih a lame Wider els weaderfvl eare (Vea la any aur
ten r wheliar sd their eapreaa and r. 6. attune .
SElf 11 BLOOD!
D1BT k Hffiltl.