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in regard to the groat curativo
t'uilouhU'd Cures of
Tlie Orlgiimls of the following Letters,
as well as ruauy thousand others, which
lack of space iu thiM paper prevents our
publiHhiiifr, can I seen by any one at tho
Olflce of Dr. J. II. Scheuck & Won, in Phil
adelphia AVa auk th afflicted tn go ami see the
people who writ these Letters. If thin
Is Imporalble, write to them, enclosing a
tamp fur return postage.
For other Certificate of Cures itwl for
Dr, Sclienck's Book on Consumption, Liver
Complaint and Vyspepaia. It fjiccs a full
description oftliesc dineaws in their various
forms, also, valuable, information in regard
to Via diet and elotltiog of the siek; how
and when exerciia nhouid be token, etc.
This book is the result of many years of
experience in th treatment of Lung Dis
eates, and should lit read, not only by tho
afflictedfbut by thane who, from hereditary
taint or other ovine., suppose thcnwlces
lialde to any affection of thti throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. H. Schonck & Son,
537 Arch Street,
Consumption Can lie Cured.
V. y. !. Siktmk, miadtlfhia.
Dear Sir. Some yean ago 1 was taken with in
flammation of the Lungs, and although treated by
two of the beat physicians of this city, I gradually
grew worse, until I had hemorrhage tune (re.
qucnlly. They usually occurred in the morning,
and averaped fully a pint o( dear blood at a tune.
1 had night sweats every nignt, mid roy weight,
which waa 1(4 Un , when I was firm taken nit k,
gradually rai down to u3 lbs. My nights were
almost sleepless, owing to n-vrre pirn in my
breast, back and shoulders, and a continual cough.
1 was to tick that my physicians eave up all hope
of my recovery. 1 then began to try medicines
that I taw advertised, but without any lasting
benefit. At hut. by the advice of a friend, I con
cluded to use your remedies.
I began by using all your raMicines as you di
rect, and in a very short time ail my worst symp
torn left me and I began to gam in every way.
As roy app.-tite came back I gained flesh very
fast. From June to November the increase was
over fiity pounds. My present weight is 174 lbs.,
and haa been about that since my recovery sever
al rears since. 1 waa told by my Dhvsicians that
i had Consumption, and I believe myself I had.
ana tost your medicines cured me.
Youn Very Truly,
J. C. ELLIOT.
October ). i89i. Rmghamton. S. V.
P. 0. ft" 1711, care Barrett s Music Store
From Blnghuniton, N. V.
Mturt. y. II. Siktuch t Son, VhiUdtlfkit, a,
Gentlemen I have concluded that it Is my
duly to write you In regard to the great benefit 1
have received by the use of Dr. Sclienck's Medi
cines. One and a half years ago I was very suk
with what my friends and myself believed lobe
Consumption of the Lungs. The disease began
with a heavy cold, its Worst symptom being a dry
hacking cough, which was almost continuous
night and day. Soon after this i began raising a
thick yellow matter, tiring exposed to all kinds
of weather by working at my trade, I caught ad
ditional cold and crew worse, until I was obheed
to ffive ud all work. I at this time had terrible
pama in my Lungs, and was soon attacked with
severe night sweats. I tried all the couzh reme
dies advertised, I believe, before I heard of your
remedies. They were first brought to my notice
by reading your book on "Consumption and it
1 used all your medicines ; that is, the Mandrake
Pills, seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup. I lilt
their beneficial effects from the first. They gave
me strength and they gave me appetite, and in a
very short time my cough was looser, and soon
after disappeared altogether. 1 began to gain
flesh, too, and in the course of two months from
beginning their use 1 was very near well. I am
now entirely well, and, believe me, very thankful
that 1 found your medicines and took them 111
time to save my life. 1 shall be pleased to have
any out call on me in regard to my case.
P. TURNER, Jr.,
Corner Henry and Liberty Sts.,
Oct. tl, 1881. binghainton, N. Y.
From E. Narinandin, Jr., Esj., of
Woonauf-ket, It. I.
Dr. Siktmk If ion, rkilajclfhi.
Dear Sirs. I have been cured of what I believe
ta have been Liver Comolaint ill its worst form.
which, before I got relief, aflrctrd my Lungs
quite seriously. I had used the medicines pre
scribed by a physician of this place lor a long time
without benellt before I began to take your reme
dies. 1 first heard of them by your advertisement
In the I'atriet of this place, and concluding to use
them, I purchased a bottle of Pulmonic Syrup and
Seaweed Tonic. They gave me great relief, and
by the time I had used them up I felt almost well.
So 1 stopped using them for some time, but I soon
found that the disease was not broken ud. I then
got more medicine and continued using It until I
My symptoms were cnniinnus cough, night
sweats, rawing of matter streaked with blood,
soreness in my Lungs and at the pit of my Stom
ach, which was also very much swollen at tunes.
I was o weak that I could not go up-stairs with
out help, and was confined to the house for many
weeks. I was very much reduced in flesh, and
had no appetite, and nothing I ate seemed to di
gest, Since my recovery I have recommended your
medicines to a great many, among others, a lady
who had what every one supposed to be Con
sumption of the Lungs for four years. She lias
entirely recovered by the use of them, and is now
a strong healthy woman. I can also refer to oth
ers in this place who have been greatly benefitted
by their use.
E. NARMANDIM, J.
Woonsockit, R. I., June 1, 1881.
Why 1 nave the Utmost Confidence In
Dr, J. n. Schenck and hit
Hudson, Mass., I
May, With, Imhi. (
During the past two years, my mother and
brother nave died ot Ooimtimptlnn. 1 was my.
self quite unwell mostof this time, and when,
shortly after thulr death, 1 was attacked with
cough and eovcire hemorrhages, I naturally
concluded that I was destined to go with the
same disease). 1 Immediately consulted a phy
slclan, who inndo a specially ol Lung dleeaeoa.
After examining nin, ho said that ho thought
my lungs were sound, and tlmt I would soon
recover. In less than a week after this, I had
another severe hemorrhage. Thinking that
my physician had made, a mistake lu my case,
I consulted another doctor. Uo thought my
lungs affected, and prescribed for mo for a
longtime. I got no belter under his treat
ment, but generally worse, My cough was
very bad, my appetite entirely gone, I had so
vers pain lu my right side, and for monihs I
did uot sleep more than two or three hours lu
anight, Mytonguowua heavily coatod nnd 1
bad a bad taste In my moutb. I had tho head
ache almost all the time.
Feeling that something must he done, I at
last concluded to consult with Dr. Hcheiiek,
tho physician who, 1 think, I have good reason
to believe to bo tho bent In lbs treatment of
lung disease. I went to lilanftiea In linsten,
and waa ciamlnnd. lie found my left lung
nnlt tandlv diseased, aud my liver seriously
affeated. lie told me that 1 could bo cured If
I would follow his directions, Of course, I
consented to do so, and 1 very soon saw that
myoonfldenno In his ability was well placed.
1 took the Mandi'aka l'llls. Heaweed Tonloand
Pulmnnlo Hyrup all at tine time, as directed
bvhlm. and within one month my worst symp-1
toms were gone. I went to she tho doctor en
his next visit to Huston, which was one month
after tha first time I saw lilm.and he said,
Only oontluue with the medicine and you
will surely get well." 1 did so, and kept nn
gaining In every way, until I Wan perfectly
well, and able to Work aa usual. Hlnen my re
covery I have not lost dav'a time, exceut
wnen 1 nave mano rrinnrtiy nana to me Doctor
at his Boston omen. My cough la none, mv mi.
petlto la good, have no headache or pain in
11 V aide. I Minim liitum. it,... 1 ........ .11.1 ....
life, and my lung aro apparently healed, a I
....... ..v ...., llnK,,,
mono are win reiumns why I believe In aud
recommend Dr. J. 11. h,.i,..i,,.u , i, 1. ,..i
.... .. .... ...... ,
clime, He did lust what hn aalil tm 1 an
for ma, and 1 bo 11 eve that I own my lifo to bis
rood lots and care.
:KED. T. TUDLL.
Ir'roui an old resident of Albany. 1Vh.lt
Line Central Tranalt Co. tleorge
C. Redden, Agent.
N.Y. Central Freight Depot,
Corner Ontngn nnd Water Hts.,
Albany, Feb. lfl, 1881.
Dft. J. II. Hchenck, rhlla., Pa;
Dear Kir 1 write thlato lot you know that
rny little daughter Hnnrlotta, whom you saw
on your visit to this city In the full ot 1879, haa
entirely recovered nor health by the uso of
your Medicine. I wish also nl Uin name tlmo
to glvo you omi facts In rogurd to her coau
which I did not havo tlmo to do when you
were hero. My daughter waa cuualdorod a
healthy child until tho month of November,
1878, when he was attacked with Kemlttant
Kever, with which alio wiw nick for a long time.
Aa aha waa rocovcrlug from It alio took a heavy
cold, which snttlod on her lungi, iiroduclug a
coDNiaiil bucking cough. Aa several of her
moiner a relative bud aiua oi uoimumpuon,
wo were much troubled In regard tobor caae.
eaxclHlly aa our phyHlclan told us that her
lunga wi-rii weuK, uud after ner cougn nail
continued Homo tlmo, that Uioy were seriously
affected. Ho iii-ewrlliod many things for her,
principally cod-liver oil and stimulants: but
she k-pt getting worae ami worse, until at lost
ho tohl us that there wan no nope for recovery :
und.to witlhfy iiHthat he had done all that It
waa iKiHxltitH for turn to no, chiico 111 two otner
doctors. They, after consultation, agreed that
aim iniiHl din, and that all wn could do was to
nuike tier oomfortaMo while she lived. This
wiiH lu tho llioutll of Heptomber, 1H79. AI
tliougli we were HHniirnd by our physician that
our llitln lUughter could not got well, yet we
wore always looking over tho papers to try to
find Kometliliig that would at least preserve
her lifo for a lime. One evening 1 read tn the
AMUNY Evk.mno TlMKJi the Htatemetita of
many who hal been cured of aorlous lung dls
eaambyyourMollcliiea, and feeling that they
at leant I'oiild do hr no harm, I concluded to
give them a trlnl. I tberetore went totno drug
store of Mr. Miller, a gentleman with whom I
whs well ii'-qunltiied, and aeked him what he
knew or thought of your Medlclnea. He said :
"I have heard them highly spoken of by my
cuMom'T, and beliovn them to be good." I
then bought a bottle of the Pulmonic Syrup,
aa well an some of the Mandrake Pills and Hea
weed Tonic, and my daughter Commenced to
ne them according to the primed directions.
Wo all wkiii aw that they were doing her good.
When Hlic had taken them about two weekn wn
noticed by tho paper thai you were to visit Al
bany professionally, and, taking advantage ot
this optKirtiinity, wu had ynimeeher. Although
vou did not see her at tho worst, you of courxo
renioinlier her apparently hopeless condition.
We can ouly say that from the Medicines you
gave her nho soon rapidly Improved and be
came healthy and strong. We give you tills cer
tlbVatnor letter that others may know ot your
great Medicines. I am satisfied that you saved
the life ot my child, a shewn pronounced be
yond medical aid by three of tho best physi
cians of this city.
GEORGE C. REDDEN.
Agent of the White Line, Albany, N. Y.
From Springfield, Man. Consumption
Can be Cured.
Dr. y. H. St'ttnik.
Ivar Sjr. About sixteen yean ago, while liv
ing in Canada, my health became very poor. My
disease came on gradually, beginning with a loss
of appetite and afterwards great weakness, which
brought on night sweats and a dry, hacking
cough. My chest and back were very weak, and
so sore that it could not bear my weight against
the back of a chair. At different times I raised
considerable blood, which mv phvsician said came
from the Lungs. I employed several doctors, but
they all told me the same thing that my Lungs
weie badly aftected ; and the last one that I had,
also said that 1 could live but a short time, and
that I had belter go to my mother's home in Win
stead, ("t. as soon as 1 could, that with careful
nursing I might live for some time. When I got
to my mother's I was very low indeed, so that my
mother sent for her doctor. He pronounced me
bevonn all neip. lie, nowevrr, lelt me some med
Kmc which, he said, would relieve my worst
symptoms. After this my mother employed an
other doctor, who said that one of my Lungs was
nearly gone. I ate scarcely anything lor. several
months, and never expected to get well. One
dav. a friend who lives in t'olhnsvillc, Ct., gave
mv f ather one of your pamphlets on Consumption.
He brought it home and told me to look it over
and see if anv of the cases described in it were
like mine. I read the book throt.gh and I found
so many caes described there that seemed as bad
as mine, that were cured, that I began to hope
that 1 too might recover by using the medicines.
.My father, linding that they were not kept in
Winslead, sent to New York and got a supply. In
one week afirr I began their use, my night
sweats ceased, and my appetite began to improve.
In two weeks after tins I was much better in
t very way : I commenced to use the meaicincs in
March ; in July I felt quite strong j in two months
more I was well, and I have had good health ever
since. 1 believe that I would not be alive to-day
hut lor the use of your medicines, as all the doc
tors 1 had said my disease was Consumption, and
that I was incurable.
Mrs C MAS. W. PLUMMER.
j-, Main St.. Springrield, Mass.
April JOi iS3i.
Dr. y. II. Sckemk, PkiaJefkia, Fa.
Dear Sir. Seeing one o( your agents distribut
ing your books in this village a few days ago, ha,
reminded roc of the past, and has made me (eel
that I ought to acknowledge with gratitude the
benefit I once received from your medicines.
1 was a soldier in the army from iSto to 18S5,
and w hen mustered out was in a crippled state,
having had during my service, scurvy and camp
lever, which, with the malaria i f the swamps in
which much of our operations were carried on,
lelL inc diseased all over. 1 was soon attacked
wM chronic diarrhoea and a constant, harking
cough. My whole nervous system was complete.
prostrated. I was apparently last approaching
grave, in looking over tne newspapers to
find something advertised that would do me good
1 found the advertisement ol your medicines.
Though 1 had but little faith, I bought the Syrup
and Tonic and commenced their use. I soon
found that what you said of your medicines was
true, for they worked an entite revolution in my
system mv couch gradually grew less until it dis-
apiearcd altogether, as did also my diarrhura and
oilier alarming symptoms, ana 1 was entirely
I shall always hold in grateful remembrance two
things; the '"Cooper Shop" Free Refreshment
Saloon for Soldiers, of Philadelphia, and Dr.
Sclienck's Medicines, of Philadelphia. 1 believe
the medicines saved my life, as 1 have stated.
Pardon the latt acknowledgement of the great
benelit I have received from you.
our uoeuient servant,
JOEL S. STEVENS,
intlt Regiment Maine Volunteers, Army of the
Potomac. Present Residence, Orange, Frank
lin Co., Mass.
May 9, 18S1 .
Do not 'produce sickness nt the stomach, nausea
or griping. Vn the contrary, they are so mild
and agreeable in their action that a person suffer
ing wun a sick iieanacne, sour stomncn, or pain
in the bowels, is speedily relieved of these dis
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, tne organ which, when in a healthy condi
tion, purities the blood for the whole body.
They nrc a perfect preparation of that great and
well-known remedy, Mnndrnkr or Pndophyllln, s
remedy that has displaced the use of mercury, ss
well as many other poisonous dings, In the prac
tice of every Intelligent phvsician.
Prof, John King, of the College of Medicine, ol
Cincinnati, snvsi " In ConatipiMion it sets upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
coMiveness. In ('hemic Liver Complaint there is
not its equal In the whole range n( medicines, be
ing vastly more useful than mercurial agents,
arousing the liver in heuhhy action. Increasing
the flow ol bile, and keeping up these aeliona
longer than anv other agent with which we are
acquainted." (Sea American Dispensatory, page
In all cases of I.I vet Complaint orDvspepsIn,
where there Is great weakness or debility, lie,
Nchetick's Heaweed Toulo should bo Used In
connection with these Pills,
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
CAIRO BULLETIN; !l FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
&s PULMONIC SYRUP
Arc sold by all Druggists, and full directions (or
their use are printed on the wrapper of every
Dr. Selienck will sen put lent a ut
Oiutid Central Hotel, ltroml way, N.Y., on
the II ml Wednesday and Thursday of each
month, aud at the American House, Han
over Street, Boston, on 1 ho second Wed
nesday and Thursday of ettcli month, ei
cept August. Conaiillntioti free.
W. F .'aJMiiiin. r'"?r editor of i'lia Huu.Mm
and siea.iihim' pssnon jiir a'mt. Orders for all
kinds of steainhost loh nriuilug solicited. Office
nt llowu 's European llotiil. No. 7i Ohio levee.
ST AO Ml OIT TIIK ItlVKK.
Tim river, marked by tho gnujjo laat
evening ut this port, 44 led and 10
inches and ri-ino.
Cincinnati, Feb. 15 -0 p. in. River CO
feet 1 inch and risinj.
Pittsburgh, Fcb.15-0 p.m Kiver 19 feet
inches and rising.
Louisville, Feb. 15 0 p. in. Piver 43
feet 0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 15-(i p.ui.-Hiver41 feet
inches and fallint;.
St. L mis, Feb. 15 -G p. m. River 10 feet
1 inches and rising.
Trli grams were received heie last even
ing, stilting the river was falling at Cincin
nati slowly with (18 feet 4 inches on the
gauue, al.-o the Cumberland and Tennessee
were falling. We are still guessiiig nn the
staue of the river; our limit is 43 feet.
The Gus Fowler from I'aducah will re
port hereon time this afternoon, connecting
with trains going n r t li, south, east and
west. Leaving here on her return trip at
I p. in.
Tlie liver w rising here yesterday at
the rate of one inch per hour with forty-
four feet seven inches nn the gauge at 6
The towbo&t Raven passed down lust
evning lor .New urieans wnn 8 pieces
heavily loided mostly with corn.
The John B. Maude from St. L mis is
due here this evening for Memphis.
The Hudson from St. Louis is out again
anl will report hero to-day for Paducah
No boats leaving Cincinnati for Memphis
or New Orleans. Business leing suspend
ed on account of high water.
The Trios. Sherlock from New Orleans
will reach here early this morning for Cin
The Ci'y of U iton U mge leaves here to
morrow evening for New Orleans.
The Ohio is due hero to-night from Mem
phis for Cincinnati.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
store ThroMl. NHelllnit.. Ni'nliis. Ilrul.es,
Hums. Ncislil.. r'eost lilies,
iSO AI.I. Ill Mill IIOIUI.V I'tl.SS IMI AIIIK.
Bold bv Urucsitu intl Uf.Rkr.ffvrrr.i10n. rifij Cfuu s bottle.
hlrn-Urrti. In II l.stiiiiKsfi.
THE I II Vltl.KS A. VOtiKI.KH 0.
(StHMM.it 1. A. UxO.Ll.li a 0U I IUIIIaiin, Nil,, f.S, ,
Thursday Evkmnu, Feb. 15, 1882.
Tho weather is sultry rihi clone with a
mixture of clouds nnd sunshine.
No uneasiness is felt here concerning the
rise in the Ohio. Tho rivers south being
low tho surplus water haa amplo room to
run out, and tho Cumberland and Tonnes
sco aro both falling.
The market is active for everything ex
FLOUR In our lust report, by a typo
graphical error, choice flour was quoto l at
5.40; this eliouUI have been 5.S5. At that
tinio buyers hesitated but to-tiny they meet
these, figure freely. All gratlct except the
lowest nre scarce and wanted at full prices,
atitl market tending hllicr,
HAY Very dull. Receipts nro light
but the wet wcaihor is tiiifitvorahlu ami
stocks aro becoming damagi'd.
CORN The tliminud is good, stocks
light and prices firm.
OATS Receipts havo been liberal but
are readily placed on niriv.il. We note a
regular ss well ns good speculative de
mand. MEAL Steady and firm.
BRAN Market buiouud demand active.
liUTl'ER-Choico Is In steady demand
aud light supply.
KGG3 We note nu active demand nnd
receipts In idetpinte tor tho market.
POULTRY Nnn coming lu. All
kinds would tlnd ready sale at fancy prices.
APl'LKS The market Is very tiulet.
rOTATOEij-Quiot and untdmnged.
flhiass. THE GREAT flV
Wales ami Quotations.
NOTB. The prices dure givoii are lor enlus from
flrt hands lu rouud lots. An advance 1.'
charged for broken Imam ttlllngordem.
XDO virions grades
ft !V35 Sit
mm mils choice.
Ki Mils Taney ft so
ftV bbla various grades S V5
4 cars choice
'i cars mired
tl curs prime Timoihy,
4 cars In hoik
1 ear while In hulk
IT cars chu!ce lu bulk
4 cars In bnlk
'i cars In bulk
No. il lied, per bu ...
No. it Mudiioraiivan.
son hhisciw la tots.
MO bbla City
500 pounds Southern Illinois
5 ) pounds Northern roll ,
rVH pounds Northern Dairy....
60( pounds Southern Illinois..
I coop large choire..
1 coop ...
I I no
3 coops mixed ,
4 coops mixed
i coops bens
llll.tila funev rtiil!vl.i
, tl ifM co
....&0cto 1 (l less
S I bhls choire Wlnssps
40 bhls fancy home Beauty
Hlaok packed fruit
Cbnlce yellow ..
Northern Peach Blows per bush .. gOQOO
Southern Ills. Peach Blows per bush 7.rdW
Northern P. B. per bbl .. S 40
noutnern ins. per bbl x
Esrly Itosu seed per bushel eofciis,
50 do rabbits
20doc wild ducks....
1 25&1 50
Per bbl .1,1 (K&ll Of
Per hsrrel 1 1
Tuh-wasbed n XI'flHi
Hairdo m IK
Plalu hams none
8. C. Hams 15
Clear sides 16
St. Johns ....' 00
Ohio River I u;
'i't huslinl horlaps
S bushel '
DRIBI) Fit I! IT.
Peaches, bslves and iinarters i'l.t
Dry Flint choice
Oreen Salt m. .
Sheep Pelts, dry ..... M ...M...... .
Sheep Pelts, green
Damaged Hides -
Common I. tig".
j "Nifl IN
4 fjiira 6 IK
4 VAt M
S Mt 1 M
7 Mi B ''
(lor 4 Leaf
RAT ICS OF RKBIOHT.
Men lhls, U)s
r. v Orleans IT's
Hay Flour Poi
fewt. hbl. ajh
15 'it, '
27H 45 B'l
S7H 41 00V
A Case of Tully Dovoloped Poker.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dvnnmlto hud nn erup
tion tho other dnv, which reached tv
climax by Mr. IV's lifting n poker mid
"Mrs. 1),, If you further rebel I'll tiike
tho linker to you!"
"If (lint's your gnme," alio ri'idied,
"I'll rnlso tho poll" nnd suiting the
set Ion to tho word, she lifted tlmt
kitchen iiteinll nnd tliiNhod tho ndver
sury in such u stnilglitforwiird iiuinner
that ho hits ever shire conceded that she
bud ft mi'ftlght flush.
Irrlgutlon hus been tried In Wcstorn
Kimsiis with luiirvelous results. Fonit
erly it wns thought Unit the dry pinion
stretching townrds the Arkansas rivei
wore iisuloHs for ngrleultiirnl purposes.
The light nnd lickle rnliifiill, the dry nir,
tho hot winds nnd I lie long Siinimera
wore supposed to eotiNl.lt u to n eniublim
lion of iinfiivornble elemeiils tlmt It
would bo IniposNllilo to overcomo. Hut'
brontl ditches were dug tlmt distributed
tlin witters of tho Arknnsns over these
tract, nnd now they bloom like u gnr
den. The crops jlcldod tho pttst yent
wtro fiHtonlshlng. Onions worn lalsed
at the rate of 0 bushels to the acre,
outs lot! bushels, and other products lu
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
riTi!l".JJi,""ria "lTOnl0 8hls,d "", "r n,br Klsetro
" " 1 Mssnetio Anpll.iye. nnd (irmnit Vrs
a stirneurnliir Nervous lie il ify, paralysis KiillnV
It isumstUm, lv,rk.rt Mrsln. Eihsnst ", n nr i.Z or
midiUut,ndresdH.tl to h f rilKli HKX IhiSS
stinllnnrm are th. v.r I ut. .t Improved, and .nt lr?
d It-rent Irorn bell, nnd nil other., ns ibli nl l .
K tJ iZSTi m a". Ue,"iM: 0 ".rwr. l'ow.rUn.arjIo.
klLrt,Er.i d l!?"",t ,tM"e Bl dls.H.e. Wh.ra
tl)trlcnnil Msnn.tlc irHtmot Is of bsnetlt. Thow for
At otic, resoh the it of disew., as their nrtlnn I.
huhlftSi AMER,CA" 04LVANIC CO.
rr.e . hrltcd f 3 1 2 N. eth St., St. Louis, I
A New and Complete Hotel, froutiiiK on L ve
ocvuiiu nuu Jiniirunii oirt'trip,
Tbe PanenceT lh uot ol tho Chita -o. St. I.i.u's
and .ewOrlens: Illinois Centra : Walinsh. St
Louis and Paclttc; lion Mountain and. Southern,
aooiiue atin unto: lain aim .Mt. i.oms itantvst
are all Just scross the street; while the Mesiiihoui
l,ai:aing is l tut one iiare dislaril,
I ns Hole is heated by slesin. bus stesm
I.aundrv, Hydraulic blevalor, Kluclrlc (,'nll liellH
Automatic Klre-Alarms. Ilsths. uhsoliitely pure air
ported sewerage and coniplete appoliitiuuins.
fcnpern iiirnisriinys: periecl service: snu an tn
axci lled table.
617 St. Charlei Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reirulrse (rn.luite sf two niedlcal
Colleges, has Iwvn Iniiger engaged In the treat
ment of ( 'hroiiio, Nervom, eUm iiu,l
ttloo.1 lUseaHis I hull anv oilier phvsleluii In
St. Louis, as ellv pnp. rs kaw and nil old rest
dents know. ( oiiMiliitt Ion .. t oiiiei. or ay niiill,
tree iiinl Invited. A I'll I ly talk or ha opinion
costs nothing. W in n II is fncouveii jenl tovlslt
the city .or treiitiin iit, medicines can In-sent
by mull or express everv where, ( iii nlile rn.es
gnarsiitivd i where doubt exists lllslrankly
staled. Call or Write.
yurvoua Prostration,. Debility, Mnntal and
Physical Woiikncss, Mercurial and other
aflcctiuns of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Iinpuritn.. t1 TJlood Finsoninir, Skin Affoc
tloD8,t01d Sores a"d TJloers, IrnpedimonH to
Marriage. Rheumatlym, Piles. Special
attention to cmea from ovnr-fforkcd brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Discasos arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgcncjs or Exposure.
It Is self-evident Unit s pliyMciiiu piivlng
ptirlli illsr altentlou to a ela-s ol 'eases sllnliis
guilt nklll, mid 1 1 1 1 v sleisiis in regiiiiir prnellre
nil over the couutrv knowing this. ireiii.'iilly
reeoiiiitienil eii'iento the ohlesl i.ttioe ill Aue'i len
where every kuon spplliiuee Is resniiid to.
Slid Hie tt'nvw u-no,! re moil i-n ol' nil
sgc sud countries me iced. A whole limits is
Hied Inrollli e purnoe, mid nil me trriiled with
skill lii a respiett'iil iiiiitiuei". iiimI. knowing
wlni t to do. no ciei inn nl-. nre nisde. Unne
roiint of the grenl iiiiiulier iipplylng. the
rhsraes lire kept low, olleii lower tl.sn Is
diiiiiimleil hy olliers If mii secure the skl'l
Slid m t n speed) end perfect lilr. elite, iliul In
the linporiiiul umiler. I niiiphUt, M piiH'.'"i
sent lu iiuy sddres. flee.
p& I MARRIAGE GUlDLUffi.
Kleguut rlnth nnd gilt lilielllig, SenleilforM
rents In polnge or euireiiev. Over Oily won
'erl'ul pen plelui'tM, true to Ml'e art ieles on the
ollou'lng siilileels , W ho iiiiiv nun rv, w ho not
why Proper nge to nmrr . ' Who iniiii y lltst.
Jlniihooil, oiiiiiiihii'l. I'll vic'iil di env. V hu
should insrrv. 1.1 uw lite mnl li.ippliies" iiihv he
luerensed. TIiiim' uiorlid oc eouleiiinliitliii
l'Hiri' Inu should rend II. 1 1 ouulit to he reinl
(IV sll mliill .irsotis. ilioii keel under lock and
ki'V. I'opllllir lilltloll. Mime iis iiliove. hut psper
fos iT mnl linn pages, SiccutK by mull, III Uioliuy
laud dare he I ore yen die. sotni.
thing mighty anil snhlimn
leave hehlinl incotiqilerllnie."
nn s week In your own town .
Klve Hollar otiilll fres. No
risk. Kv.rvllilnu new Capital not rcqulro-l. We
will furnish you everything. Many aru timklng;
lortiines, i.siltcs nuike as niiteii ss men anil Hoys
anil girls linko grent pny liender, If you want
business st wlrch vou inn innke irrtiist pny all tho
time, write for panlruliirs toll. H ILLKTI' CO,
VotllHiiit, .Mill no.
Ss-Aweck lent home ny 'ho Inilur-
I irlotis. lies! niisniiiKS now Imf. re the
ililnlc, t'lipltiil nut needed. Wo
I will start you. Men. women, .Inns
nnd lrls wiinled evcrtwliunitn work
for lis, Now Is the time. You enn
work in (pre tune, or give vour w hole lime to the
business. Nn other business will j nv you nearly
aa well No una ran lull In in ske enormous pny,
by ctigiigi'lng at ones. Cost ly urn III and lerni. free
Monev made lnt, enslly, nnd lionorshly. Address
TIU'U A CO., Aiigusht. mimic , ,
I I 1'-''" 1
''4'?t1I1 aTt iV?
vkw Diiora npiuieu in tne sitnaoe. will Penetrate to the very Bone,
,uid almost Instantly RELIKVsT PAiait t,ih snt stnii ntnihinu..
nor discolor the Skin, or leave
has wo KQitAi.fortlin Cwrssof
i pi sir . mini ii ...sw i i i
Stltf Jolntsu Neartvlslkv, Lanie Bavok, Crtunps, Tooth-Ache,
Sor Throat, Paine In tha
aim is eipuuiy etucacioiis ior iui paius in me ocomaca
rootilrtnu a powerful dlfluslvo sUinulaiit. See Merreii's
Ask your Druggist for It. Prloo
l-rvparcd only by JACOB 8. IfERRIXL,
Wholeaals Prunrlst, IT. tOUIt. WO.
THE UNION TRUST CO,,
oil and 613 ChPNtnut Street,
CAPITAL 1,000.000 I CKAKTER PEHTETUAL.
Acts as Eaccutor, Admlntntrtitor, A'Slfnee, Re.
culver, linerdiati, Attorney, Aueut, Trustee and
Committee, alone or In ronimction with sa Indi
Takes eharije of lh property of ahuentens and
non resldeii's, cul.ects and reinlia Income prompt
ly, and dlscharis raiinfully tlie duties of every fi
duciary trust and agi ucy known lo the law."
Hales for Kent wllhln Burglar-nr iof Vaults of the
mot appiovedcoostru' tlou.
Wills kept In Kirs and IlurRlar proof 8sfes with
out charge. Plate, securities and all ether val
uables securely kept at a moderate annual etiarira
for safe ruturn or specific Indemnity.
Car Triintsauit oilier a proved seturilles for sale
Interest allowed on .Moneys deposited fur de
finite periods, or upon ten days' noilcu.
W. C. PATTKItsuV, President
H I ESTKK CL V M K It. Vlce-Pre-Iilcni .
M till.O-. S. S'lOliKM, Treasurer.
FKAiNClH IIACON, 8c'y and Tiust Ofllcer.
W. C. PATTERSON, lloN.T Y. BAYAUD,
JAMiiM Lo N li. Wllminuton, Del
ALFKKH b. OILLRTT', OKO W. ItKILY,
Hnn.ALI.IHON WIIITti, tlnrrlsburn, Pa ;
Ha. C P i C H N K K, Hon. J . AFHICA,
ii. it. i'A i rr.itHU i. nuntiiiiiton. ra. :
.lUHN T .Mo.NikjK
Uo.. II. CLV.M Kit,
K' SiIln, '.;
Kea'.lng, Pa ;
EDMUND S. DOI V,
, Milllugton. Pa.;
IIon.K. K. MONAIinAN,
West Cinder. Pa. :
JO 1. KKr.r E,
Tllos. t(. I'ATTON,
W. J NKAD.
J AS. H. MAIM' IN,
Hit. i) u ayks ausew
U II. HOUSTON'.
JOll.N U. KK sDlSG
Philadelphl . Pa : (Ien. W. W. II. Davis,
Hon. T. K ItANMoLPII. Doylestown, Pa. ;
Morristown, rs. ; - cuam. w. cooPKir,
All utowu, Pa.
CKYMOl'R, IM'.NT A "coT '
C (EstahliKhedlu IhTM )
Exchange Court, N . V. I HI l.aS ille St., Clilrao.
HAMhBHH AND DKOKliliH.
Special fai ili ies for tlie niirctiime and sale of
STOCKS, HON 1S. UilAIN PROVISIONS.
Itefer to Merhnn es' National Hsnk. N Vorlr
Fifth National Itatik, Chicago, nod tiurman security
Hank. I.oiitsvllle. Kv.
I. M. bKYMntm. Member New York Stock F.xch.
J. A. Hunt, Member Chicago Itos tl of Trade.
.a. I. OEVMdlH.
IN KVKKY bTATK IN IICYIMi City, County
.ml St ite rights in KVKNliKXN PATK.NT Al.fe
CON 1 1 EN VII, for dralni Ale wlthoiil a pitcher.
A pleasant slid remunerative httinsss niinmn a
elnsH of men mom liheml In hut lei! s thing: of
no tiv inn uoiei snu iirHi-ciims sum, in Keep, rs Ot
AiiumIch and t'nnsn. Kend postal card for du
scrii live clrculiir free.
JUIFH W. EVKNDEN,
Piitentee ai A Mniiufactiirur, Home, N Y.
at!iS-1i12,'',l!,"'""--n0 curororall Discharges.
Stin-jtnK. Bumrtinu end Piiinfnl Bensutious of tlie
Rl OO rer bottlo. For sal. by all druir
,. : vists. or sent bv Cxiuena on ro
celntcr iirlea JOHN D. PARK B0N8
V.ftnd 1 77 avwiior tu CINCINNATI
OHIO Plense mention thletmcer '
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT will
positively prevent this terrible disease, and wUI post
lively cure nine enses out of ten. Jnfomiaticn that
will snvs uiany llres, si-nt rree by mail. Don't delny a
moment. I'revni'lnii is I ctter limn euro. 1. H.Jul IN
Hi IN A CO., 110STON, MASS., forniurlT Da-kiob, Ms.
IJrPABSoNa' ll'HBATrva lluji Diako new rteU blooil.
NO USE FOR THEM.
Concerning: Certain Kelics of the Past
Dogs that have had their Day.
Oeorgo Stephenson's "Rocket," and the magni
ficent locomotives of to-day, are hnllt upon the
same general principle, yet the machine with
which the xreat engineer astoniohed bis ago, Is in
teresting now on'y a an Illustration of the begin
ning of tho Invention. There wero plasters with
holes In ihurn long liefnru BENSON'S CAPCINK
POROUS PLASIEK surprised both the public
and tho physicians: icd the triumph of tho Cap
clno is founded upon tho partial Biiccepses, or tho
alter failures of Its predecessors, Everything of
value In tbe old porous plaster Is retained id tho
Capclne; but as this point all romparsiou euds,
snd contrast begins. For example:
The old plasters were slow In their action; the
Capclne Is quick nnd sure,
The old plasters lacked the power to do more
than to Impart slight, temporary tell- f In cases
eay ol treatment; ihe Capclne penetrates tha
system and permanently cures the troubles for
which His recommended.
TUu old plasters depended for any good results
they might attain upon ati Incident of their makers
and the naked Mill of their wearers; the Benson's
reaches its ends by means of the scientific combi
nation of the rnrt! medicinal luirrodlctits which It
In brief, 'he old plasters, like Stephenson's dis
carded engine, are switched off Uie track, whllu
Hi lleiison's co' m nn Its wav winning golden oplu
ions from nil sorls of people.
"t In Ihla wry fact II s the leading tlnntror to
the people who buy slid use this reliable and set-
cuiiiic reiu-dy "llvpocrlsy is the tribute vice
pays to virtuj." Imitation Is the concession fail
ure niskes to success, Benson's Plasters are Pa
rodied lu nuiKU and style.
Beware of swindles. The genuine have tho word
CAPCINK cut In the center. Price 36 rents.
bealmiytSi Johnson, thamiata, New YVrk.
1 lisvo a isiaiilvureiunly fur tlie abur. tllniiisu; Ly lit
. tlnnnsmti uf esses nt th. worst kind tml of Inna
Hsniliiur lisvo tu'rtii euroil. Iuilni.,1 so .trong I. mv fattu
iu llnilllesoy, that I wlll.cml TW( nOTTI.KS I'ltRK, to
tellmr wltli a VAM'AIII.H TKKATISauu Ihla aiseaau. la
Uij.uUurur. (live Ksprsim sml F. o. nil.lreii,
Pit. T. A. aMJCtM, mi lWibl.,Nw Turk.
1 N VEST 0 Its
I'svlllg SloeVs or Bonds yielding
TEN Pint CENT. Per annum, and over,
may obtain full particulars, with satisfactory rufur1
enressud testlnioinnls, by addresslmf II. IH.slH.
DELL, I'ln 'I Aif't, 4SCopgrus St., liesion, Mass.
Mention this paper.
A llowol-flll lieiiinii'itl I, ut ..mi.
ivised mostly of Essential Oils
1 I'll 0 moat nenntrntlnir I.lnlinenl
.Bs.sBMBtBnMi tv tit -sri(..i iiti ni,vil tuiiv a
dlsagreeatdo effects of any kind. It
Rhenmatlsm. Sprains. Bmlses
J. .s... ii, I., I,, i, in wn p.i
Umba or lu any part ol Uio Sysiei
alus In tho Stomach and Bowala.
so ott per bottle