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THE DALLY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 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 Certif cafes of Cures send for
Dr. Bchenck't Book on Consumption, Liter
CompUiint and Dyspepsia. It gitet a full
description of these diseases in their tarioiu
forms, also, tnlunUe information in regard
to the diet and clothing of the sick; hou
and when exer.he should be Men, etc.
Thitbook is the result of many years of
erperUnee in the, treatment of Lung Dis
eases, and should be real, not on!y by the
afflicted, but by those trho, from hereditary
taint or other cause, suppose. themsHves
liable to any affection, of the throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to ail Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schonck & Son,
Cor. Arch and Sixth Sts..
Go and boo tho people who write
the following letters, if possible.
From C. W. Emeraon, fcso,., of Natlclt,
jTtf&kukk b Son, ttk ami Arck Sli.,Fkila.
Gentlemen: I tend you herewith n account of
my case, and I have been careful to.confine my.
self strictly to plain facts :
I wai taken lick, in the latter part of June, i37j;
the doctor said it was Congestion of the Lungs,
and three day after I had what he called Conges,
tion of the Liver. Among other medicines I
took itx blue pills, and after ttn weeks was just
able to go around the house, f had a barf cough,
and raised as much asji pint of clear white matter
In a dav. 1 then went to the State of Maine imy
native placel. About this time the matter I raised
was streaked with blood, and when I coughed it
seemed as though a thousand needles were stick
ing between my shoulders and through my left
breast. ,1 consulted a lung doctor at Bangor; be
etaruined me carefully ; lie shook his head and
said there wis no use of taking any thing but
stimulants. Finally I came home, and having
heard of two cures by your medicines, concluded
to give them a trial. ,
At this lime I often coughed upclear blood, and
was so weak I had to rest when half-way up the
stairs, and weighed only one hundred and twenty-four
pounds. My feet and ank'.rs were si
swollen that it wis very difficult for nie to walk.
I had a stradv diarrhoea which nothing would
check, and night sweats every niht.
I bought adoien of vour medicines, and two
boaes of your M.indrake Tills, and commenced
taking them. Some of my friends said it was
throwing money away, and advised rr.e to goto
the Massachusetts General Hospital ; but fwas
determined to give them a fair trial. 1 cunid not
see any improvement until I hail taken several
bottles; then, however, 1 began to ltd a little
stronger. JI took the medicine regularly, a bonis
each of Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic tn
four or five days, and alter taking a dozen bottles
or more, they could see that I was better. .1
coughed less, my night seats were lens violent,
began to regain my appetite and flesh, and in a
short time was quite my old self, and weighed
one hundred and eighty-seven pounds; have con
tinued gaming strength ever since, and am aa well
as ever. 1 to, e not lost t meal (or eight months,
can hold my oreath halt a minute, and run a mile
with ease; my lungs are apparently as sound as
can be. I am satisfied 1 had Consumption.
I want to impress on all who are afflicted that
there ti no use in taking your medicines without
persevering. 1 have unce recommended il to two
others, both of whom it has cured ; and I am linn
in the belief "that ( onsumptinn can be cured by
the faithful use o( your medicines, and 1 know
they saved my life.
C. W. EMERSON.
From Mrs. J. V. Wellington, of C'aui
Dr. J. H. ScktKk.PkiUJe'fikU.
Dear Sir: Over twenty-three years ago I wan
attacked wiirfa hacking couRh, which continued
fur about three months, when I was suddenly
taken with a severe hemorrhage. After ihi I
gradually lost strength, and finally got so low. is to
be contined lo my bed. from the lirst I employed
what we considered the best physicians of liu:,ton,
but all to no purpose; their medicines gave me
but little relief, and 1 felt, as did all my friends,
that I had but a short time to live. In fact, (he
last doctor 1 had told my sister that I could live
but a lew weeks. While in this appaiently hone,
less condition I was visited by on uncle from Ca
lifornia, who strongly advised me to take yovfr
remedies, saying that he had been cured of Con
sumption bv them. Mv husband, who had no
confidence in patent medicines, was verv much
opposed to my taking them, but I concluded that
us my doctor could do nothing for me, I could not
do better than give them a tri.il.
At this time your father was making profession
al visits In Boston, and although I was so weak
that 1 had to he lilted into a carriage, I went tn
sec him. lie gave but little encouragement, sav
ing that I, like many others, only came to see him
alter being given up by all other physicians. He
promised to do what he could for nie, however,
and I immediately began taking the Mandrake
Tills, Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Svrup, us he
directed. After using them for three weeks 1 be
Ran to Improve, and, continuing their use for
some months, I got well enough lo make a visit
to my friends In Philadelphia, t was so low that
It took a lung tane to entirely recover, hut I was
permanently cured, lor I have had exicllonl health
for the last twenty years, with the exception of
slight weakness of the lungs, which compels me
to he careful not to lake cold.
Soon after my rmovei y, happening to meet the
last physician I employer! before using your medi
cines, he was surprised to irr me alive, but said
that he could truly say thai I was not the only one
he knew who had been greatly benefitted by the
use of your medicines.
1 (eel that 1 cannot speak too highly of your re
medies, believing as I do, that thev saved mv life.
I have, since my recovery, recommended them to
great many people, and th-y have almost invai i
nhly cured them, thn only exception being those
who were beyond the power of all medicine, t
always keep your remedies In the house and now
consider them the best of ill medicine for the
disease! you recommend them for.
MRS. J. V. WELLINGTON,
u Tremont Street, Cambrldgepcrt, Man,
From Mr. llarley p. Hopkins, of Provl
Uenec, It, I, llii iHCiierilof Conamnu
tlon by Dr. ritlioiiik' Medicines,
after being BVeu up to rile by
aouio of Ilia best pliYsicimii
of Hip City,
Dr. J. If. Sihituk.
Dear Sir :-l have been cured of what three of
the best physicians of this city told me was Con
sumption of the Lungs, by the use of your medl.
eiiiis. I was first attacked with the disease in Oc
tober, i8&, and although 1 was from that time
continually under the cure of a physician, I grew
worse and worse, until I was confined to my bed,
I can hardly say that I was lirst attacked with the
disease in iSSo, for my lungs had been weak for
many years previous to this, 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.
1 grew worse, my cough became very hud : I had
night sweats so severe that my bed, through the
night, would be as wet as though water had been
thrown over me. I was continually raising blood
and large quantities of offensive matter from my
lungs, and al last had all the well-known symp
toms of Consumption in its last stages.
At the request of my f.unilv, my physician
called in two oilier doc toisof this city, and they,
after an examination, agreed that my case was
hopeless. They informed my wife that I had bet
ter he told that 1 could not live, as my time
would be very short for arranging my worldly af
fairs. They also said that no medicine would be
of any use to me. The next day my friend, Mr.
II. I. Leah, lira ring of my condition, sent mc a
bottle of your Pulmonic Syrup, thinking it might
relieve my cough, and iiinkc my expectoration
easier, I began usin; it, never even hoping that
it would cure me, but lindmg great relief from its
use. When the fust bottle was gone 1 sent and
got more; so 1 continued it until I used seven or
light bottles. Ail this time I was in bed and was
so weak that I ln.1 to be lifted. This was not a
difficult thing to do, however, us 1 only weighed
about ninety pounds. As 1 have said, I com
menced the use of the medicine with no thought
of its curing me, but after taking the eighth bottle
I would sometimes feel a little liunc'ry, a thing I
had not done bclore for many months. I omitted
to mention that after taking lour or five bottles of
the Pulmonic Syrup, 1 also began t-!v'i-; i:,e Sea
weed Tonic, and 1 also took lime uf the Man
It is needless for me to give you an accountof all
my feelings during my recovery. Of course It was
slow, but it was also sure. I gradually gained
strength, the character of what 1 raised from my
lungs was changed not being so offensive and
at last I was able lo get up and walk about my
ro-rn. Krm this time iny recovery was rapid. I
gained flesh fast and soon went out-doois, and
now I am entirely well, a wonder to all my ac
quaintances who saw me when I was so low.
1 weigh one hundred and sixty-two pounds, ap
petite giod. and I can truly say that I never felt
better in my life I consider your medicines
as wondetful in their effects. They have saved
my life, and I feel so thankful to you that I am
anxious that all who are suffering with lung trou
bles should know how good they are. Of course,
I can give a better account of my case in telling oi
it than in writing, and if any who read this are
interested, they are welcome to call on rue at my
HARLEY P. HOPKINSA
Vo. a Howell St., Providence, R. I.
May 19, i83i, y
Ms. Hisi.w P. Hoiki.vs, who writes the fore
going le-ter to Jr. Schemk. of Philadelphia, is an
old resident of Providence. I have known him
well for the last bttcen y ears, and can assure the
public that all he has written in regard to his sick
ness and recovery, is atriciiy true. He was con
sidered a consumptive, m the last stages of the
disease, bv his physician and friends, and be
lieve that his recovery is entirely due to the use
of Dr. Schciick's medicine..
H. I. I.EITH. Druggist,
No. j8s N. Mam St.. Providence, R. I.
May la, liii.
Discharged from tho Army in the
Last Stages of Consumption.
Cured by Dr. Schc-nok'a
btnteincnt of Mr. Julius Hnjilen, of I'ro-s-ldence,
I was disch ived from the I'. S. Army in June,
1B04, as an incur , hie Consumptive. My discharge
reading thus: " Advanced stage of Consumption
of the Lungs." 1 was advised by the army sur
geon to live out-doors as much as possible. He
informed iiy friends that I was incurable, but
with care I inilit be made comtur table f-.r a lime.
My couch was almost without cessation. 1 raised
matter from my lungs m l.irije quantises, and I
had all the other well known svmpMms of the
disease. 1 took many remrdics w ithout benefit.
In September I went to see I'r. Sdicnck, and
sion after began to ue his full course ot medi
cines. 1 soon felt tneir lienetKial effects, my
cough growing less and less and my strength
coming back 10 me very fast. In the following
April I was entirely well and came to Providence
and went to work. From that tune to this I have
been entirely well, not spending one dollar for
doctors or medicines for myself. 1 therefore
know that Dr. Schenck's medicines are good and
reliable in Lung Disease. My cure was consid
ered almost ,i -lir iele by those who knew me
when 1 wasdis..,..igcd from the armv.
Of Boyden & Whelden, Grocers, No. 574 Main
St., Providence. K. I., July 4, 1881. Formerly
of South Walpole, Mass.
From tho Rev. Stephen Itoese.
Maiden RorK, Pierce Co., Wis..
June 15, 1879.
Dr. J. H. Schemk, PhitaJtlfkia.
Worthy Gentleman.-It is with a feeling of grat.
ilude 1 seat myself to write you this letter. A
little over a'year ago I received from you a small
boa of your valuable medicines. Pulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic and Manrir..ke Pills. They were
(or my wile.who had been very sirk lor many years
with female weakness and weak lungs. She had
had two severe attacks of pneumonia, and our
physician gave it as his opinion as Irom her great
debility -that she could not live through the third
one. She began to uke your remedies according
to directions, and we immediately saw great im
provement in all her symptoms. She was soon
free from her cough, and began to gain ill flesh
rapidly. At this date she is perfectly well.
1 wish lo add that your Pulmonic Syrup is the
only medicine I have ever found that gives relief
tn my bronchial complaint usually called clergy
man's sore throat. During the winter season, if
I speak much in public, I ollen suller from it, but
vour Pulmonic Syrup gives nie immediate telief,
and strengthens mv voice.
Since my wile's cure I have recommended it lo
many of my neighbors, who have used it with
great bench; in coughs and colds.
RsKV. STEPHEN ROESJJ,
Missionary for American Baptist Publication So
ciety, Maiden Rock, Pierce Co,, Wisconsin.
1 Rev. Mr. Roesc again writes under date of
April 7, i6Sj:
My wife's health remains good, showing that
your medicines have made a perfect and perman
ent cure, I think your Pulmonic Syrup the best
cough remedy in the world. 1 am advertising
you wherever I go in my travels.
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea
or griping. On the contrary, ihev are so mild
and agreeable In their action that a person suffer
ing with a sick headache, sour stnmarh, or pain
in the bowels, is speedily relieved of these dis
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, the 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 haJ displaced the use of mercury, us
well as many other poisonous drugs, in the prac
tice of every Intelligent physician.
Prof. John King, of the College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, says:(" In Constipation it acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costiveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not its equal In the whole range of medicines, be
ing vastly more useful than mercurial agents,
arousing the liver to healthy action, increasing
the flow of bile, mid keeping up these actions
longer than tiny other agent with which we are
acquainted." (See American Dispensatory, page
In all eases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
where there Is great weakness or debility, Dr.
Sohenrk'i Resnend Tonlo should be used in
connection with these Pills,
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions for
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Dr. Stlieiick wilt aee patients at the
Grand Central Hotel, Broadway, N.T., on
the first Wednesday and Thursday of each
month, and at tha American House, Han
over Street, lioatoii, on the second Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month,
cept August. Consultation free.
Coin. Van'lurbilt'i! Widow,
An iutonfitii) rumor minus to 1110
from Now Orleans, sh.vs 11 Washington
i:orrt!sponik'nt of tlm i'liilitilulphin iYr
orrt, to tho t'll'cct that (.h-ihthI lii'tirgo
1'icrro (ho 1ms ilroppol tlm Pii.TiT,
though, I lidii'VK) ToiKsuiut BonaR'
(.'itnl is nhout to iimi ry Min. C'onu'lins
Vatxltirliilt, tin; wiilownf tlioilc ul f.'orn
niotlore. lii'inirctirtl. as all tlm worlil
knows, was oiiu of llic jji'oatcit cujjinwr
ollifcis 011 eillmr Mi- of llin late war.
Carefully trained al Vi:4 l'oint, whero
ho gnuliiatcil sr-coinl in his class in J81',
ho rt'iiilcroil valuable Mtrvit-cs to tlm
United States in thu Mexican War, ami
invaluable .erviees against it in tlm war
of tho rebellion. Ho i- roii.sltloml to
day oiio of tlm foremost military engi
neers of his I inm by competent critics.
Some of them contend that lie is tlm
e.itial of any engineer since Vaubnn.
Certain it is that Im is very highly
i.ioken of, rind that some of his work
that nt ManftHuas battlelield, in Vir
ginia, for example- is pointed out by
tho older engineer otlieers of the army
as a model foryoun lieutenants of tlm
corps. He is, however, nothing more
than a great engineer. He was not a
V'oo'i lighter, and after the war he
failed signally in an attempt to revive a
Southern railroad which wai on its feet,
within hix months after he h li it presi
dency, and is uuw stridiii'' forward into
permanent prosperity. I'eiliap, "jive
wh have no L'l'eat iiiiiircriujr work fir
him to (In, (ieiicral Heimii'ard is be-,1.
employed as lie is at present in assi ,tiiiir
to manage a lottery enterprise at a sal
ary of Hi,oiH)a tear. i:neral lieaure
'ard is a short, shapely, handsome old
eiitlcman with erav hair and while
mustache and a nel ly face, lie has tlm
appearance and accomplishments of it
courtier of the days of Louis XIV., and,
withal, hosts of friends. He has buried
two wives and has a married son and a
married daughter in New Orleans. Mrs.
Vauderbilt was the reininj; belle of
Mobile, while et very voting in tlm
years immediately preceding the war.
She was not pretty, nut was exceedingly
attraetivc-'diatidsonie," "A it.-li, "love
ly," the old beaux say. She married
William II. Elliott, a Now Orleans law
yer, but they did not an e with one
another, and finally separated by way
of the courts. For several year.) Mrs.
Klliott, who was still very attractive,
supported herself and her mother by
teachim.' music. They had met tho
Vnndcrbilts before her first marriage,
and it is said that the Commodore, who
admired them, ipiietly contributed to
their support through her mother, after
her separation from her husband. He
this as il may, the- met ajaiii in the
North after tlm war, and when Mr.
Vauderbilt died Mr. Vauderbilt married
Mrs. Klliott. Now she is a haudsonm
widow of about o, with a legacy of
isiH.i,(.KiO-i'lui),tioo for each year of" her
life, with the Commodore, as some one
ha ob erved und nothing to prevent
her marrying anybody sue pleases to
marry. Mrs. Vauderbilt is 111 is well
known, like her late husband, a yreat
admirer of tho Hev. lr. Dei-ms. (,f tin?
Church of the Strangers New York
city. Vauderbilt University, at Nash
ville, Tetin., probably owt it existence
to the appeals made by l.'r. Dectiu and
Mrs, Vauderbilt to (he dead millionaire,
(ieticral Iteaureard, a Creole in every
thing: else, is presumably a member of
the Human Catholic church.
Echoes of the Awjel Soup.
Since the birth of Christ not only
have wars diminished, and animosities,
(social and national, on the. whole large
ly abated, but institutions lo elevate,
comfort and gladden all classes of so
ciety have sprung plentifully up. And
not only have the wealthy endowed
these institutions, ami the honored given
them their patronage, but the very hum
blest have sometimes laid their founda
tions. The savings-bank- that happy
device for increasing the means of tho-e
who can accumulate only by little and
little, and so guard again.il ancil day
--was originated by an obscure woman.
The noble temperance reform owes its
main ellieacv to a lowly priest: the
'Shelter for Foundlings." in I'aris. uas
started by a plain sea-captain, and the
"Henevtiicnt Fuml." of I.oinh.n, by a
Study the history of the great public
charities of Christendom, and you will
i in I that they have flowed out of the
spirit of thai natitity chant. Indeed,
once plant the stock of human brother
hood, ntid you ate mire ultiilialHly el
every good moral fruit. What renders a
community ipiiet, peaceful observors of
law, and friends of good order? The
Christian sentiment of gootl-will to all.
This it is which makes happy homes;
let it enter the hearts of father and
mother, arent and child, brother and
sister, and they join in (ho angelic cho
rus. Filled with love, forbearing and
forgiving cum another, tho light which
fell once on tho manger of Hethlehein
falls on their roof, and, however lowly,
it becomes divinely resplendent.--Jo.-iim.i
tin win Mnuig.
Capacity of tbo Oliiraga Etcckiutj.
Tapa," said a gushing joitng dam
sel of Chicago, "I want von to give 1110
this Christmas a sealskin sack and
iniill'. a' pair of diamond earrings,
that beautiful writing desk wo were
looking at tho other day, and bushels
and bushels of French candy. Will voti,
papa?" find tho tlear thing's eyes dfine
od in glowing anticipation, while her
feet beat n taltoo on tlm velvet carpet
that sounded liko tniitlled thunder. "Ah,
iny dear child," replied the proud fain,
cr, as ho gazed at his daughter with a
peiinivo. upward tctitleney-ln-pork look,
"indeed I will. Just hang your stock
ing up in the back yard aml'l will till it
for you, darling, if I havo to chuck in a
hoiiHM utiil lot. Jiorlti'nt. r Krpirsx,
Ph. Tierce's 'Tloitsarit Purgative Pol
io's" are euwcwited aud inclosed in glass
bottles their virtue beiiiL' tln'iebv iir.
served unimpaired for any length of lime,
in niiy tiimitte, b) intit mey iro ulwayg
fretth ami reliable. No cheap wooden" or
pttHtuboard boxes, liy druggists.
ITNotliiug so Bitnplo and pei feet lor
colotiug as the Diiuniiud Dyes. For ror
pet rags, better Mid cheaper tlmu uny other
W. S. Liuseott, Niles, (.)., h'id B rnfubt
for thirty year, and ''Lind,;y's I Hood
Searcher" cured him. Isu't it vundeilul?
Over IttO.OOU llowo scale have b.-en sold,
and tho demand increasing continually.
Burden, Selleck ii Co., agents, sit, Jnis,
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNeglect t'reipieiitl ro
huIU in an Iucurnble Lung disease or on
sumption. Urown's 1'roncliial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like coii;;h cyr.ips
ami Iml.HHuis, but act directly on the inlbin;
cd parts, allayiug initalioii, give" relief m
Asthma. Uroiiclntia, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the ThniMt Troubles which Singers und
PuMic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches Inve been
recommended by physicians, and always
give 'perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for ue.'tily
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tlm few staple
remedies of the age. Hold it 'Jri ru:ii
box every wheie.
Wiiv continue the use of remedies Jlut
only lelieve, when Ely's Civ;: 111 Balm, ph-as-aut
of application and a sure cine h r Ca
tarrh. Hay Fever and Cold ii4 head, can
be had tor ."iO cents'; Apply into imrliili
with little finger.
TIioho dosirini! tfi UiiiUe jnoiit-y
ontmiall und milium mvcn'iiirats
in uniin, erosions uml titook
speciiiittiiiiiH. chu do bo hvopcrnt
Ins mi our plan. I rom .May let,
1.SS1. tovhciiresfiitiliito, oninvcst
111 nts of iO ti 1 .000, oaiib profits
lutw boon rr-alizoa fmlvnM to ire
vi'PtoriniountiiiK toenvcral time
tap riMsHiul inwstnimit. IVili".-,
mi'l llrstnf every intuitu, etill Icuv
tiii! tli orisi 'nl Investment nii'l:
iny inori"V or vsvuhin on dr-ninuil.
K,xni".ii:(tm- ctrctilArs mid stnfo-
liieiiis of funft VV Ht-iit fri'O. We
want resutmgible swnti, who will
(port en crops mm mt.rn.mcto tao
tan. ljH'cnu commissions emu.
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I J W 1 I S and tlsrc bi-lore yn J.e, iem .
I It l"N I n"'-l"' !"irt "e'lilinJ"
L : T Jr. J JS " VJ 1,1 """i ii'v.i'1 iii':r 1 mil).
$4t a ut-vk in yiiiir ovn town
rivo Doihr c-uttlt trtv. No
risk. Kv rythluc row Ctipitai ml r -iplreil. e
will firnie!i you cvitv tlilnir. Many i.re nuklni?
forti.i!'". I.a l'm muke an much an iiieii and boys
and Rl'is nuke pre at poy Hi-ndr If 011 unnt
btisiui'..' nt u!i ch von can mnko tn-at em Ml the
time, writit f.'i particular to II H vI.lr.Ti' CO,
I'ortliiiul, Man 0.
TI P8 fTifUlP
jW WW lis VesJSIs
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
A rrtrnlar (Jnuluaio of two liiidirnl
ciI1k.. l:si hpi ii Imiurr i'iium ,. ,-d jn tin- tn nt-
HKIlt llf C 'Ill-Otlir, N.M'VOllB, fc-U III llllll
Iiloo.l fll-r.-ii-,", than aio mil. r i,ivncIiiii In
8t. I.oula, as rltv mn i- t-Uf v uml nil old rrsl
it' iiU knov. t 'oiimitsiloif 1. 'I'r,' nr hy mail,
fn-cnid Invited. A frliidlv mlk en Ills opinion
rou notlilim. W'lii-n It lh (iii'nir i iil.-nl to vlt
the rlty .or In ptnirnl, iim-iIP iik . enn
I'V mall or 1 xpri'si evrrvw lu ir, (111 ii.l,- mii
Riisrantd'd; whr doiilil I -M it i-.tr mkly
st at.d. C all or Write.
Wrvous Prostration, Debility, Mmital and
Phyiecal Weakness, Mercurial an1 othrr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood J'oisoninjtiSkirAtfofl
tiuns, Old Sores and U1corsLInipediinont.sJo
Marriage, Rheiinutism, Piles. Special
attention tojCRsrs Trom ovnr-woi'kod brain.
SUBCICAIi CASES receive cpccial attrntinn.
Diseases arising from Imj. r ud n ee s.E x ceases.
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-" I'li'til tlint n tdivHlfl.tn pavliiR
particular alti'iitlon to a ehisn ofra-i-s ntlalm
(treat fklll. and divsl'isns In ri'tular print Ice
all over the country kiiov. liiit tliU, l'ii o,ii"iitly
rccoiniiiend casis to tle oidci-ti.llice tn Ani'Tlca,
where every known spplluiice Is resorted to.
and the provd (tl ivinrtliHn of nil
ages and connti le are Used. A whole limine l
ufd for nllici-puri'oi"i, snd nil arelicntid w ith
skill In n reHpectl'ul inaniitri m.il, knowing
hst lo do. no expci 1 iiii nls ale niaih'. 011 ac
count of the great iniinhii- apply, tlia
cliai'ncs are kept low. often lo vir tl.iin t
detnnnded hy otlien If on secure the skl'l
and srt a perdv ami perfect i(i cure, that Is
the liiiporlaiit' uiitliM'. I'linipliltt. pugi't,,
sent to ny address free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GlliDE.1 pages,
Eleitsiil rloth and (rill lilii'llnif. Healed for 60
renin in po-lane or eurriMiev- tec r lift y won
lerfiil pen pictures, o ne to life article 011 the
lOilowiiiB nilieel, V. lummy mai i v, who not;
wlivr I'l-oper aue loiuiiiT . Vt ho uuiri) llrt.
jtaiih'Hid, Wmiiaiilio" I. riiv-lml clecai . W ho
-liould trni'i'v. How life and happiness may ho
iiidi eased. Til 11 :irrled e iteiujilatlnij
r.nirlnir should re it H. It onc'it lohe reud
i'V all adult pcr-me-, men t,, . ni.iler loi-k and
tec I'r 111 1 -1 r r.lllloii. name . al.-ive. hut pnpef
rover nnil tA m''sSei:. P; luiul, Hi mono
('lull l:i of
ilic.MniMiil I VII II ti
' lllVC-tMiellt IIIUUI
Chilis, oileiwlhc nu-i'.t nvntiMof iniiklnir ruinilHr inorn lily
points from lim-liiieiilt-oi f Inioj liHKlor inoreditilieif in
Much ineuilKT net 1 1 hi1 liei.' lu ot conililunl vupiial j( 1 1 10
Club, into Ino per is'iit, lii.iltlenili Imiil liioiiililv. lie
INirlsof iiin'rntlonewiiliiielt 111, -,..l-r. 6haie. tldeiioh,
hsli-em ilile, liona sc-.il,e, iransfi nili A O'llnliie i";
ivs'nilenl wniilisl In every town, H'ss-lnl Inilie cim uu,
Kxpliuiiiiory I'll i-ular wnt 'iriv. Adoo--n II. K.KjiNiiAU.
Il Co., IH il l7'lLnSnlloKt.,UUlCAUO, Ilu
DLHTU I iTOfof Soldiers, Widows, Tiir
i J!il H 1 Ul fVinr and Chlhlrcn. Any
J"l,x wx' k,rlihea.(., wound o-Injury
uniUles. Minium appropriated, Worklnii lor. u
doused. Huns msdii ha;ipy. Prompt work.
Apply now. Ken $10, Dtfcrtera nnlllled to all
dims sud dl ch ri?es un 'er now law. rat S"c
cess In Inrrenm caneK. Bounty and hnek pav pr
enroll, 'J bu " orld ami Nohller," twmi ly pnpni).
HHtni'tecopvOoo Send siamp for full Inniriicilons
blanks and hounly tabl.! A 'PI? pV'PC
Tor Inventor Artdressi iV 1 A H
N. W. KnZUKKai)('0I'oiiioii.l,aliitA
Und Alfya, Wanlilunion, D. C. 11 S-d t-w-lm
Ml U ITT I
NBW 90-n, BAND CATAI.OQl8 I'O f
19M 8Nf FfcB to any twniTlflO hiu! .
IrtLdtirm fif all Ltimtswif tin na
9ILVEH and EEED ltruiS,'
with full Itimructiotij fcr formlnic Bands, dl.
r felon nnA nTBd.lAA.,(... i.r
mii.B j Sii. " "M'-rumsuis
WHAT and ROV tn r.,.t, .
Cold uri Ivor liUtlnir. rnalrl u-.ii.i...
',D7,,"?r,,re!1' "r "an,t oml Orchnlru
,, Jru, u, iniP poilll IUP BlUIOO. A'l( rIC
THE KOOr i &UM3 luilC CO..CH1CaSo.IU
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Apoiiance.i are sent on 30 Dav;' Trial.
TO MEN OriLY, Y0UN3 03 OLD,
T '') r witrerlnir from Sssvors Iirph.ity.
';!" VTA'"'- I rl NV KoKt'K ND
1'ioa. W AfcTHu t K4SKrH, and nil those illneaw-i
of a Pkrsonal N iTi"R. n-iliu, irom Asi'nsii snd
otiikr C'ai bkh. nMody relict nn I complno resto.
nitknol IlKti tb. moii ami H rn i, ni'AKAKTSPfi.
Thirnnilnf dioverv of tlm " iii,-i.-n i li Ontnv
Pcndatonea fur lllurtitl l'niilil,n rrne. Adi;res
VOLTAIC W !T C0.f WASSHAU.
A0 LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many other Fl,clro-(!a nnlr and Magnotlo
Applianoei nod Grments r Invaluable, and a iur
cure tor Nervous Hnblllty pHralynls, EiillBpur, Kheuja
tlm, Overworked brain. Ettinuntliia 01 Loss of Vital
Knew. Weak Hack, Kidney IjImuoo, l ong. Liver and
Htoinnch CoiniiUlnta, ni.J 'o adapted lo KITHIB
SIX. Thew iienllauce are the very Intent Improved
and entirely different tmm belts und all others, h they
pnslllV'ily unnernte continuous currenU althout acids,
cnuelna no sores n.-r Irrllatlnn of the kin-cp tie
worn at wora ha well ,'a real, and sre only noticeable to
the wei.rar. The power la remilateil ao sn lo meet the
different Btafeti of nil illmnra where Liectilo and
Maunetlc treatment Isot benclil 1 leire lor
Cure Imputency, Seminal WtAKMrss, lost M3od. ao
Thpy Cure when nil else fula. Our ItTstrated
Pampo.tt een' l.i emii-t! ti,vl ou rtcotpt of 6ueots
noetuKe, or Sbcuroly w apj ud, fiee.
UoWiia lilectro-Mnijnotlc InnoleA. II iri air by msll.
AMERICAN CA'-VA.V.'O CO.,
312 N. Oth St., 8t. Loula, Mo.
A New niifl i iimiieto It Uel, frontiii on l,"v.
.n'touu und I.'ailrond Slicele,
'J'h PiiHsmieMr Il. ioit ol llio t!hl( nuo, Ht. t.onls
ate .lew Urleans: Ulluiil- Cotilriil; VV'al iieh. Si.
t.otils and I'ihIHi", lion Moutitatn und .Soiilhnin,
Motrin anil Uhin; Cairo and St. l.otua Ifauwiys
lire all Juet n:rt;ei the e trout: whlln the htea.nbuin
I.mi'liiiii ie lint one S'ltiuro ilisltiul.
This Hotel la heated hy steam, lias steam
t.iiunilrv, Hvdnii.lic Klttvaior, Kluttne I'-ill Hells
Atitoiinilic. l'lro-Alurtns, Hatha. Absolutely pure air
perleeteeerao and i otnplnle iippotiilini nip.
Superb rnriiiphitie; perfucl seivlco; and an uo
.rei'l)i A luhlv.
I,. 1 I'.MIIvKK At i:i).,J.onm.e
I X V K S T 0 K S
l"-il i'lL t'n -t rtaes
I'nvmsj St cka or Homo' vlehlin
1 KN I'Klt t'K'NT. I'or annum, and over,
may o'.'laio full pirliculnrH, with sattafatt ry ref, r
encee T d f,-'. noiiiiils, h.' n ldros-lu II. HI.. US
DS!.!, Ki .'I As'l, H CoiitfroKS Si,, Boston, Muhs,
.Mention this pnpur.
t .' . s
a' in ':"r rui"" -ii
Notiitnn in u utirlil futmi It i-.i u
CQiMOt Ji.iftiH, i'ini-l-v Hull., r ttcr, Out Hurpi,
Sure Ku'i, Wt'ruurlaJ PIip i-i, TuiHi tli I cm nr
Apatite, rcnialo roitiiilah.i, sn.. at. tiiiiuil
MUcal. It ti'tfr UlU. AH $rnvdi' ni
eon ii i rr un lt.tyt at-tl tt. tl. V., HvHrn
A lit,. I'mi-V I'iiisrutruli, mi rr Imiiln.
' w , irj ii T)onii ivn euro ior iv ii AiiBcnniifcP,
Btlnnlnw, &mart1iif nml PaiiiAil bunuatiuna ol tho
rw Tt?'pnnn i ai j i, -.!. i
ti I fQxroUo. Fore lie nil drugs.
li.i-iite. or eont by Va prosit on re-
ceuiior num. jUJin i. t'Vivn c runs,
1 l7;nnd 177 Pyrrntiuro .. CINCINNATI)
Oil 10. JMunao munllou th.a nuuer.
l opleur 'ahvaienu the look-
I 'nut for t harcor to lucreaao
i llieir enin l;ii!M, and lu tlmu
W 1,.. mi, teitrt , Ih v . thttun u-hil
..., I,.... .... ,k..f ilhti.,..
tiinllles reuiaiu In povertv,
V oiler a tfrent cliHtica lo mako money. Wu want
many men, woman, boys and elrls to wor!; lor us
rlb 1 1 n ti ol r own localities Any one can do tho
wor'i properly from tho first start. Ibu business
will pay ni"re til n tou lllnus orilinnry wajfes Kx
poiisivuoutfl' fnrtilshi't! frue, Nonnu who eni-aKua
nil s lo roaku uiotiev rnp illy. Yon can (lev to
jour wliolc tun lo ilio wink, or onlv your spa e
moments. Fill Information and si t at Is ntvilctl
son i frun. Address SPIN SOX ,t CO. rortland. Mo.
Caio, Im.., U.cemhor ii b, IHS?.
Tli reijtil'ir nniiu.ii ntoetluij of the etocUholttera
of tliu Cily Nallmittl Ilink.i f Cairo, tor tho i ur
pose ofsnh c'luneven iliroittors, w ll ho liolil si tho
ultlC'j i s Id ban';, In lltlnfliv, on Tnoedny, .tanas
rviiilt.lMSl. I'o lit opt n at I ' o'clock a, m. and
closn nl I o'cl ii !t p. in. "t eald day.
Id. I i ill. W UILI.IIIAY, fa-litcr.
!L f DR. f m .
sr- " -.
t 1 .M.rj m.
TBK CAIRO BULLKTIN.
DAILY AND WEEKJ.Y.
fliaa 0 Poera'
rll, oue year by carrier .ie ol
t percoui. oiscoontu paid lu idyaocaf
ft , on year -.y mall,. " , , 10 00
...mm , , I m
Weekly, one year J
tce:v.o rnontne. ...,.. q,)
one time, p 7"r"ll w ' -
INViltUHI.r IN SIIVANOl.
All l oinroutileauona should bo addressed to
PuhlUhor and Proprietor.
M RW A DVKKTI, K KNTH.
Jason & iiABiLiJf
CMii V TvlHru 'ertalolyb st, Lavlnn been
lIllf I llii';' decreed at every Great
, . " Wur u Industrial l ouip tllloo
or Sixteen Years; no other Aninrlcnu orsata hat
Inc been found ii(lal at any. Also cheapest. Btyla
'i ''-i "fiaviis; emu -tent coinpii.ss nod power,
with beat qiuity. lor popular su.;rcd and secular
music In sciioiils or families, at only . dna
hundred o ber stvles a ID, $-,". $, $"2,'$78, $9:1,
i tw, lll l, to $;un, and up. Tlm largor slvlos ara
wholly ttnrlviilcd hy anv oilier orpins. Also for
eay psvmeuls. Now Illustrated Calsloaue fre.
.. "-"i-i- tirran aim riano t o.
IM Trcunmt niree,, Hoetont-IO Kn-t Utb street
(union i-qwu), .e,v York; tl!) Wah.sh Avenue,
0lTN(i M'i'X 'fyonwantto learn Telegra
1 I UU iMV j.hv ins lew months, anoov
certain -f situs, iou, udurcss V mention Brothers,
Nowjpapucr A rl vni 1 1st i IMrumi, 10 Sprite st N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IKiLl
Blood, snd will completely chsrtire thn blood in tho eo
lii esralem in three ninntns. Anypnrson who will take
1 pill each n-slil from 1 to 19 wuekamsy be rentored
to sound health, if such a thins' be ixaunHe. Sold ev
erywhere, nraenl by mail for 8 letter damps I. ft.
Ooumsom A Co., Huston, Mam., formerly liuagor, Me.
I imvn a iwslttTu rumuclj for tlx, above cllumio; bjlts
tlinusaiiii, of camt of tlio wont kind and of lonr
iinnOtna have l,cnn ctireil. Indeed, eosrrcna Is mv ruth.
01 Its elliciK-y, that I irl!l urti.l TWO HOT n,' i VHt.V. in
(elheriviliiaVAI.I'AnLlS XSKATIHK l,,l I.. Is Uium,U
ioj nuaoror. Ulvxpn- end V. O. aiMrnsn.
Hit. X. A. Bl.UClM, 11 1'curiBU, Now York.
Whlln Wrest'ln w ih a Fulton T r.c a . mborman
K icoives Consequential Dam 'g.'s.
While m a hui.tini; excursion to Ibo grout coal
and w.iod relou tienr i urhoi il'!u Ta., tuo writer
met llllam t oil, a liiiiiboriii.iu. Acoiismtned to
life and Inhor in tint forrvsl from curly m.t n ti d, he
Wild a true K'ltht of the Axu Many a tree bad
fallen In f:re his rl D I ri if strokes, and II ets if rafts
had lioroo inv.iy to mur ct the smved prudacta.
Coll Is a character, snd If O.-car While It rlijht In
ssy'u that all movements lu nnliludercd labor ate
graceful, our friend William, stripped tor his work,
and atlarkiiiij a tri e n Kictinrd i, atsa'iltod tha
heavy door.of l'ror t do Bffittl'a laetle most havo
presented sn ad iritiiu ilctura. '
Ouo rt i.v, however but let him tell the story
hlni'df, as he told It lo mo:
'I ns nut in tbo woods, yon know, trying to
slurt 1 1 .1 k down a lr'1. Dunking 1 eon id Ket a
hi tier peri lin-c on It fiom the lower side, I tackled
It Iboio W illi ui) Iou ri.l'.lup hooii uml threw my
wclifhtoii Hie 1 vitr. Mio lart"d shi.iL4r5T"TT"
luck ou t! I.sve t, heloie I Could t t nut of the
way, li Ml.odT (ht , wr me. II It hadn't been
for a tol of small limos und brush lying in '.he road
whl U lifted her up, elie'd a ciushed n e flat. As It
was I got, up without a hiuktu hone, but with soma
mighty bad bruises "
'Then you were all rie,lr," said lilts auditor.
"Not hy a blun od sight, strii'iiier. I took cold
rheumatism set In, and. If I hadu'l heard of BEN
SON'S CAIVINE I'OKjI'S I'l.ASTKha and
used 'fin, It's my opinion I should never have
made ano'her cb-plly. Uut I ho Capciue took hold
qui. k, mid I'm about as good as new Uut there's
one thing you kin cnlkllatu on: -I shall never
wraet'u wltb auolher log unless I havs the advan
tage of the ground F ir, as I told von before, If tt
hadn't benn for iliom brushes I'd been smashed 10
you could a sold inn for a door mat."
Tho Capciue Is tho thlufi for rheumatism. It
doosil ko- p you watting. Tho word CAPCINK
la cut lu iho center of the genuine. Price 2S cents.
Seahury Si Johnson, I neralst.l. New Y' rkr
FARUKlt'S MNS AI) DAlT.lirERS
Vt sny Actlvo Mnn oi Wonisn
CAN M A K Emu MON'fS
lu ( ash, working f r the American Fsnier.
Address K A. tv. HACKaTl', Ft. Wayne, Ind.
ior all TJninn Soldiers IllOnriPr
disabled in llneofditty. lllbriLHOL
ifpcuioti.lAWsinnrinp ot l ay ana
hi no Linoral. HIHILHIIiJ Mouuty to
1 'nliinsokllertrt'DiirtoilonrolTsas dosortcra
tv J!SCHrfGtS atonrSy Send two
cent Miuinns to ,
413 U Slroet y.
ii ., ivueuiuKiuu,
Educated and prsctleal irrowers now assent to our
motto "That Hie further North w'de are
itrown the earlier their product M ill bo."
We otter this your a full hue of Standard potatoes,
tnietonauio. (rmwnon dry upland; SeoU h Fyfo and
liliiesttuu neai; unite miwiaiui.w, i.iauiiea(,ao-Ims-H,
said to lie one wis'k earlier thnn 1 ,ar y i orlt out
for fodder is eipial to sny: of onion seed, tomatoee.
carrots, peas, ie,, Ac , a full line slid lnive crop, all
pwl yrowtnou our own rnrnia. iut 1th e for due
ponds alwsyiinn nana for Brnnif or Fi ll snwimr.
7tti Annual Oatalotri . T. St. 11 f.TC A I.F,
U ro wor, luiporlvr JL J obber, M. 1'aul, Altuai
1 A Lesullnu I.omlon rhya-
H'lna eatauitsura nu
Otilrelii Now York
lur Iho Cure of
1 rDILEPTIO FITS.
F J nJournal oX'niicfTUL
. .. . I 1 I, .1 ill I.
hMSm? h l!Sainnlihll h"",ri.".f"-1f' v
5w w Vears' si.n.lir, .ac-smjny eared
BuMi.hed a work on IIOs dlwaw. wMth be sds
i,UhVi tr bsttle of Ms wonderful cute Tree teaey snf.
B II 101!
I II II 11
J J J IH