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TIIR DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20 1883.
in regard to tho groat curative
Ciidoubted Cures of I
Tbo Originals of the following Letter, j
as well as many thousand others, which
lack of space In this paper prevents our i
Il..l.l.. I.- - ... -- . .1 . i
jjuuiibuiiiki van ins mwu uy any one si me
Olllce of lit. J. II. Scheuck & Bon, la Phil
adelphia We uk tbo afflicted to go and lea tho
peoplo who write theio Letter a. If thli
ia Impossible;, -write to them, enclosing m
tamp for return postage.
For other Certificate! of Cures tend for
Dr. Schiuclit Book on Consumption, Liter
Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives a full
description of then dUeases in their various
forms, also, viluaU information in regard
to tin diet and clot Mug of tin sick; tow
and when extrctie should be taken, etc.
This book is the result of many years of
expeiience in the treatment of Lung Dis
tone, and tliould be read, not only ly tli
afflicted, but by those who, from hereditary
taint or other cause, suppose themselves
liable to any affection of the throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schenok & Son,
637 Arch Street,
Consumption Can Be Cared.
Dr. J. If. Scktmk, Pkiladilfkia.
Dear Sir. Some year ago I wa taken with In
Barnmition of the Luni;,aiid although treated by
twool the belt physicians of this city, I gradually
grew worse, until I had hemorrhage quite fre
quently. They usually occurred in the morning,
and averaged fully a pint of dear biood at a time.
I had night sweats every night, and my weight,
which was iC4 les , when I was first taken sick,
gradually ran down to ni lbs. My nights were
almost sleepless, owing to serere pain in my
breast, back and shoulders, and a Continual cough.
I was so sick that my physicians gave up all hope
of my recovery. I then began to try medicines
that 1 saw advertised, but without any lasting
benefit. At last, by the advice of a friend, 1 con
cluded to use your remed es.
I began by using all your medicines as you di
rect, and in a very short time nil my worn symp
toms left me and 1 began to gain it every way.
As ray appetite came back I gainej flesn very
fast. From June to November the increase was
over fiity pounds. My present weight is 174 lbs.,
and has been about that since my recovery sever
al year since. 1 was mid by my physicians that
1 bad Consumption, and I believe myself I had,
and that your medinnes cured me.
Yours Very Truly,
J. C. ELLIOT,
October 19, t(!t. Binphamton, N. V.
P. O. Box 1913, care Barrett's Miuic Store.
From Blnghamton, If. V.
Mtttrt. 7. . Siktntk tV Stn, Pkiladflpkia, Fa.
' Gentlemen I have concluded that it is my
duty to wnte you In regard to the great benefit I
bav received by the use of Dr. Schenck's .Vedi
cines. One and a half year ago 1 was very suit
with what my friends and myself believed to be
Consumption of the Lungs. The disease began
with a heavy cold, it worst symptom being a dry,
hacking cough, which was almost continuous
night and dav. Soon after this I began raising a
thick yellow matter. Being exposed to all kinds
of weather by working at my trade, I caught ad
ditional cold and grew worse, until I was obliged
to give up all work. I at this time had terrible
pains in my Lungs, and was soon attacked with
severe night sweats. I tried all the cough reme
dies advertised, 1 believe, before I heard of your
remedies. They were first brought to my notice
by reading your book on " Consumption and Its
1 used a'. I your medicines : that is, the Mandrake
Pills, Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup. 1 felt
their beneficial effects from the 6m. They gave
me strength and they gave 01 e appetite, and in a
very short time my cough wa looser, and soon
after disappeared altogether. I began to gam
flesh, too, and in the course of two months from
beginning their use 1 was very near well. 1 am
now entirely well, and, believe me, very thankful
that I found your medicines and took them in
time to save my life. I shall be pleased to have
any one call on me in regard to my case.
P. TURNER, J.,
Corner Henry and Liberty Sis,
Oct. ii, 18S1. Binghamion, N. Y.
From E. Narmandln, Jr., Esq., of
Wooniocket, K. I.
Dr. Scktneh it; Pkiladtlpkia.
Dear Sirs. I have been cured of what I believe
to have been Liver Complaint in its worst form,
which, before I got relief, aftected my Lungs
quite seriously, Ihad used the medicines pre
scribed by a physician of this place for a long time
without benefit before 1 began to take your reme
dies. I first heard of them by your advertisement
in the Patriot 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 up. I then
got more medicine and continued using it until I
My symptom were continon cough, night
sweats, raising of matter streaked with blood,
soreness in my Lungs and at the pit of my Stom
ach, which was also very much swollen at times.
I wa o weak that I could not go up-stairs with
out help, and wa 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 tour years. She has
entirely recovered by the use of them, and is now
a strong healthy woman. 1 can also refer to oth
ers 111 this place who have been greatly benefitted
by their use.
E, NARMANDIN, J.
WooKsocKET, R. I.. June 1, 1881.
Why X ITavo the ftmost Confidence In
Dr. J. II. Schenck and hi
Bi'Ssok, Mars., I
May, 25th. issi. f
During the paat two years, my mother and
brother have died of Consumption. I was my
self quite unwell most of this time, and when,
shorily after their death. 1 waa attacked with
cough and severe hemorrhages, 1 naturally
concluded that 1 was destined to go wlih the
same disease. I Immediately consulted a phy
sician, who made a specially of Lung diseases.
After examining me, he said that he thought
my lungs were sound, and that I would soon
recover. In less than a week after this, I had
another severe hemorrhage. Thinking that
my physician had made a mistake in my caso,
I consulted anotbor doctor. lie thought my
lungs affected, and prescribed for me for a
long time. I got no better under his treat
ment, but generally worse. My cough was
very bad, my appetlto entirely gone, I hnd se
vere pain in my right aide, and tor months I
did not sleep more than two or three hours In
a night. My tongua was heavily coaled and I
had a bad taste In my mouth. I had tho head
ache almost all tho time.
Feeling that something must be done. I at
last concluded to consult with Dr. Schenck,
tho physician who, I think, I hnve good reason
to believe to be the best In the treatment of
lungdlsoaso. I went to his office in Hoston,
and waa examlnod. He found my left lung
quite badly diseased, nnd my liver seriously
affected. He told me that I could be cured If
I would follow hi directions, of course, I
consented to do an, nnd I veajr soon saw that
my confidence in his ability was well placed,
I took the Mandrake Pills, Beaweed Tonic ami
Pulmonlo Hyrup all at one time, aa directed
by him, and within one month my worsts) mp
toms were gone. I went to see the doctor on
hi next visit to Boston, which waa one month
after the Aral time I aaw blm, and he said,
"Only continue with the medicine nnd you
will aurely get well." I did so, and kept on
gaining in every way, until I was perfectly
well, and able to work as usual. Since my ro
every 1 bav not lost a day's time. acot
wnen 1 nav mslo irtstirtiy visit to tn Doctor
at his Huston .nioo. My !uki In gotis, my ap.
petlto la good, I linvn no headache or pain In
my BldH, 1 sleep ieibr than I aver did In my
lit", nnd my limp aro apparently healed as I
have, no tiemorrliRKos.
These aro the reasons why I believe In and
recommend Ijr. J. II. Bohnnek ami hi medl.
cine. He did Just what lie aald he would do
for me, and I buiieve mat 1 owe my life to tile
medio! and care.
;fred. r. truuv.
Kroiu an old resident of Albany. White
Line Central Transit Co, George
C. Itedden, Agent.
N.Y. Central Freight Depot,
Corner Orange and Water Ht.,
Albany, Feb. 18, lfifll.
Ce. J. H. ScntNCK, Phila., Pa:
Dear Sir I write- this to lot you' know that
my llulo drtughtur Bcnrlotta, whom you eaw
on your visit to tills city In the fall of 1N79, has
entirely recovered hor uoalta by the use of
your Medicines. I wish also at the same time
to give you Homo facta lu regard to tier caso
which I did noi liavo tlmo to do when you
were hero. My daughter was conalderod a
healthy child until tbo mouth of November,
187s, whon alio was attacked with Remittent
Fever, with which she was Rick fomlong time.
As she wan recovering from It alio took a beavy
cold, which Bottled ou her lungs, producing a
constant hacking couch. Aa several of her
mother relative had died of Consumption,
we were much troubled In regard to &or cane
especially as our physician told us that hor
lungs were weak, aud after her cough had
continued ("ime time, that they were seriously
affected. Hj prescribed many things for hor,
principally cod-liver oil and stimulants; but
sho kopt getting worse and worse, until at last
bo told us that therowa no hope forrocoveryi
and, to satisfy u that he bud (lone all that It
was 06lble for blm to do, called In two other
doctors. They, after consultation, agreed that
sho must die. an 1 that ail we could do was to
miiki her comfortable while she lived. Thl
was lu the month of Boptembcr, 1879. Al
though wo were assured by our physician that
our little daughter could not get well, yet w
were always looking over the papers to try to
Bud something that would at least preserve
her life for a time. One evening I read in the
AlbaxT tvLM.NO Times the statement of
many who had been cured of aerloualung dis
eases by your Medicines, and feeling that they
at least could do her no barm, 1 concluded to
give UKiin a trial. I therofore went to the drug
store of Mr. Miller, a gentleman with whom I
was well acquainted, and asked him what he
knew or thought of your Medicines. He said :
"I have heard them highly spoken of by my
customers, and believe them to bo good." I
then liughta bottle of the l'ulmonlc Syrup,
as well as some of the Mandrake Pills and bea
weed Tonic, and my daughter commenced to
use them according to ma printed directions.
We all soon saw that thoy were doing her good.
When sue had taken them about two week we
notice 1 by the paper thai you were to visit Al
bany professionally, and. taking advantage of
thle opportunity, we had ynusueher. Although
vou did not see her at the worat. you of course
remember her apparently hopeless condition.
We can only say that from the Medicine you
gave her she soon rapidly Improved and be
came healthy and strong. We give you thle cer
tificate, or letter that others may know of your
great Medicines. I am aatlsflod tbat you caved
tne life of my child, a shewn pronounced be
yond medical aid by three of th beat physi
cian of Utia city.
GEORGE C. REDDEN,
Agent of the White Line, Albany, N. T.
From Springfield, Mass. Consumption
Can be Cured.
Dr. 7. H. Siktnck.
Dear Sir. About sixteen year ago, while liv
ing in Canada, my health became very poor. My
disease came on gradually, beginning with a lot
of appeute 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 1 raised
considerable blood, which my physician said came
from t!ie Lungs. I employed several doctors, but
they all told me the same thing that my Lungs
were badly affected : and the last one that I had.
also s.-nd that I could live but a short time, and
that 1 had better go to my mother's home in Win
stead, Ct , as soon as 1 could, that with careful
nursing 1 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
beyond all help. He. however, left me some med
icine which, he said, would relieve my wont
symptoms. After this tr.y mother employed an.
other doctor, w ho said that one of my Lungs was
nearly gone. I ate scarcely anything for several
months, and never expected to get well. One
day. a friend who lives in Collinsville, Ct., gave
mv father one of vourpamphlets on Consumption.
He brought it home and told me to look it over
and see if any of the eases described in it were
like mine. I read the book thro: gh and I found
so many cases described there that seemed as bad
as mine, that were cured, that I began to hope
that I too might recover by using the medicine.
My father, finding that they were not kept In
Winstcad, sent to N'ew York and got a ripply, la
oue week after I began their use, my night
sweats ceased, and my appetite began to improve.
In two weeks after this I was much better In
every way : I commenced to use the medicines in
March j in July I felt quite strong; in two month
more I was well, and I have had good health ever
since. I believe that I would not be alive to-day
but for the use of vour medicines, as all the doc
tors I had said my'disease was Consumption, and
that I was incurable.
974 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
April r, tSSr.
Dr. 7. H. Sekenck, Pkiladtlpkia, Pa.
Dear Sir. Seeing one of your agent distribut
ing your books in this village a few days ago, ha,
reminded me of the past, and has made me (eel
that I ought to acknowledge with gratitude the
benelit I once received from your medicines.
I was a soldier in the army from tiii to 36s.
and when mustered out was in a crippled state,
having had during my service, scurvy and camp
fever, which, with the malaria cf the swamps in
! which much of our operations were carried on,
left me diseased all over. I was soon attacked
with chronic diarrhcea and a constant, hacking
cough. My whole nervous system was complete-
; ly prostrated. I was apparently fast approaching
, tne grave. In looking over the newspapers to
find something advertised that would do me good
: I found the advert.sement of your medicines.
Though I had but little faith. I bought the Syrup
. and Tonic and commenced their use. I soon
I found that what you said of your medicines wa
true, for thev worked an entire revolution in my
, system mv cough gradually g'ew less until it dis
appeared altogether, as did also my diarrhcea and
' other alarming symptoms, and 1 wa entirely
I shall always hold in grateful remembrance two
things: the "Cooper Shop" Free Refr hinent
Saloon for Soldiers, of Philadelphia, ,id Dr.
Schenck's Medicines, of Philadelphia. 1 believe
the medicines saved my life, as 1 have stated.
; Pardon the late acknowledgement of the great
benelit I have received from you.
I Your Obedient Servant,
JOEL S. STEVENS,
16th Regiment Maine Volunteers. Army of the
. Potomac. I'rcsr.nt Residence, Orange, Frank
j lin Co., Mass.
. May 38, )S3i.
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea
or griping, On the contrary, they are so mild
and agreeable in tlveir action that a person suffer
ing with a sick headache, sour stomach, or pain
In the bowels, Is sperdily relieved of these dis
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, the organ which, when in s healthy condi
tion, purifies the blood for the whole body.
They are 11 perfect preparation of that great nnd
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a
remedy that has displaced the use of mercury, as
well as many other pojuonous drugs, in the prac
tice of every Intelligent phvslcian.
Prof. John Kin, of tie College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, savs: " In Constipation it acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costiveness. In Chronic Liicr Complaint there Is
not its equal in the wholo-r.anj;e of medicines, be
ing vastly more useful than mercurial agents,
arousing the liver to hralthv action, Increasing
the flow of bile, and keeping up these actions
longer than any oilier ngent with which we are
acquainted." (See American Dispensatory, page
In nil cases of Liver fomplalnt or Dyspepsia,
where there Is great weakness or debility, Dr.
SchoneV Seaweed Ton to should be used in
connection with these Pills.
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
M PULMONIC SYRUP
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions (or
their u.e aie printed on the wrapper of every
Dr, NchencU will see patient at the
Grand Ceutral Hotel, Itruudway, J'.Y ou
the first Wednesday and Thursday of each
month, and at the American House, Han
over Street, boston, on the second Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month, ex
cept August. Consultation free.
(l.ina and the OiFcvEprknr.
A ftt'U'y wn.i toM of l.i'VvU C;is ytul
mi oM fritMiil of lU onrlirr vnnrs, ly
lli'iH'inl Wi'Simoic, df Xcu York, than
whom fi'w tt en living in Washington
f-nioyfl ni'iri! kivnlv it o-ooij storv.
Li-win (.'um, f n arriviiijr at Urn t'cpttvt
nidit ( Sinty (h" wns tlti'ii Si.'cn'turv).
fount! on his ilcsk the cunl of h rinih!
umu iVoin l.is mitivo Stn:'. Tltu thx'-r
kei')i'r was toM to show 1.1m lu, whh-h
he did. A blunt 'ld f irmer 'r:niod Ihe
Set-Mary's hand with n "Wuli, I'm
mighty l:id 10 nee yon, lmt meliUi you
don't tvim-mber m"." "( eonrso the
Secn-tiiry ro.-'i x'h1 him rordblly he
wrts a e'mstiment he lnck'-d him over
cim-fnlly i-onidii't M-nil hiin, nnd wnt
c-oniin-llVd to say, "M'cll, tiu sir; you
Imvu the nilvttntiieje of mo." Then the
farmer jthvo his nann! nnd Chm re-ru-mhered
the comrade- of his youth,
t;.rou?)i all the; chune, forty jears h.-vd
made. The Secretary wns ji'ofn.se io
expressions of plea wo at broin his old
friend fliii. nnd all that, aud" liunlly
"Well, now Joe, what brought you
down here? I am curious to know. )
thre .-inyiiiin-r I can do for you? You
kno.v 1 wmtlil do anything in the world
for vou, iu my power."
"There now! Lew? Thr.t's just what
I told 'em. 1 said, I knew Lew when
ho was a younsti r, and 1 knew ho
wouldn't r'-; . n!;t! like that."
Ca, "V. now Jo.;, hat is it?
How (--in I help vou? Just n:iy it; if it
is in inv poiwr. will doit for vou mot
' iliui-.'lv : you know there a ti'iiiiin"; in
tiin wo;ld t'-uit I wouldn't do for you.
Now whtit ir- it I'"
Farmer "Well, I don't know just
wh'tt it is, Mi' 1 tljoui'ht you nrght K"1
me a 'Kinnim un-in' 1 beliete they cull
it, any w ay it's v. hi re there's plenty pay
and not nii;eii to do. You m-o I.ev I
nin t a 'ol? to do rnu?h now, and 1
wouhln't-it-eoiiic down nn way, 11
tiling hadn't 01100 powerful bad hut
I won't bother yon about that. I jeM
knew you'd put me tl.ro', if you knew
my fix. You sea I ain't p.irtik'lar. only
';,i"Mt dear old friend, you know
I would do Bin thin in the world I
could for you, but, you' see, you cannot
understand how many persons there are
trying to s-t an olliee, and how few fret
any. You sue you would not under
stand it. I do not h-u anything just
now, but Joe, I'll keep my rye oii ou.
Ju.t e:;l! in whenever you eii'n; 1 shall
he pretty busy now for awhile."
'1 lie. fanner called the next morning.
The Secretary was "very much en-pag'-d,"
hut in a hurried manner said:
"I'm on the lookout. I'll keop my
eye on you."
' It is unnecessary to lengthen the
storv. I),-'' after dav the answer was
the iisinrt ii; effect - "Looking out for
him;" "am tiiintf iu the world ho could
do" and "keeping his eye" on um.
Ten days passed in this way, The old
rustic Lad seen Washington. His pa
tience was used up, and he had only
monev enough left to get home with; he
wouhl K'-o Lew once more.
Joe rnU'.-d, ho was shown in with tho
game proniplue.-s as eter. Tito Secre
tary "was very hn-y," but the old
fariuer was nt to be put oil" this time.
"Now, Lew, just listen a minit. You've
told mo again Hud again if there was
anything you could uo you'd do it. I
have fi-uud something you can do for
nio. I know you can.'nnd that's all I
The Secretary "Mv dear old Lietid,
I nm so glad. 'Just tell me. You know
I would do anvthing in my power to
help vou. Von cannot know how
pleased I nhall bo to serve you in any
way in my"
"Oilieo-ecekfr "Yes. yes! I know
I've money enough to get homo, and all
I ask is to keep your eyes oil' me."
" A PmLOSOPHEB.
A OoIotcmI Gentleman Who Docs Not Pro
posa to YAirk Any More-
"Jake, whore are you working now?"
asked the president of the Arknnsaw
senate of an old colored man.
"Aiut doin' nothin', eah."
"Aren't you able to work?"
"Oh, vas. mIi, I'm much ob n man."
"Can't vou tret anv work to do?"
1 1 you get
, M.h, I e
onld keep busy all de
"Well, why are you idling around
'Til tell yrr what's a faek, boss,' l'sn
gwino tor ipjil work, I'ho n geographer.
Ain't dat what yer calls a man tint
studios about du fine niuts au' takes life
easy?'' he asked ns ho noticed n Binilo .
breaking Its way through tho president s
"'ou mean philosopher."
"Yas, sah, dat's what 1 means. I lias
gin "Hideniblo gtudv an' education tor do
subjeck an" I'so 'elded not. tor work no
monh. Two boon delvin' nil my life au'
ain't got nothin' yet. No matter how
hard I work it Is wid diilikilty dat I kin
git enough fur my wife an' ohillun tor
eat, tin' lern'my It'll yor, tint 'oman's got
a monstrous lougin'' arter stuff tor rat.
Fur a long timoT hub noticed dat do
mou what" doan' work an' what loafs
uroun' is du uioet 'epeeted in 'clety nn'
always wars de hen clothes. Tdoan'
understan' dis, but rto gwinn tor try do
game; so dis niornin' I eluded tor quit
work. Do preachers say dat do Lord
will provide, ait' I hopea dat Uo will,
but ol Ho lurnlshes my wife wid enough
ter eat, some ob tie rest ob His flock will
hah tor go hungry. Ji-ir ain't no uso'n
n mini w urin' out his life merely tor HIV.
s yor got. quarter 'boul yer, bossP
Nop Maybe dat ver'a trylu do same
game dat I Is. Wall, you go up uti'
etrlke do gubner an' I'll call on do sec
retary ob slate. Efyer gets anything
uieet mo out at do fountain. Do state
ougli(,er s'port do philosophers an' we
might as well begin fust M las,,"--r
How to GfcTFic f.-Kxpo,eynutm lf day
and nilit, eat too much witheut cxerciai,
work t- limd wiihoiit rest, doctor Hi I the
time, taku all ill vi'e ni siiuma adveriisid,
and I lien you will wHtit to know
How to (Jet Wem,. Which isaimworod
in three word Take Hop Bittern!
St. Valentine's day is pint and all the
"damjihooU" have had their fun In sending
each other tho uyl:ust pictures and the
meanest poetry that the low-dowu tushes,
who got them up, can eoncoive of, It is a
kind of philanthropy tint I don't appreci
ate. A kind thst cives vent to a great deal
of nci I juice in tho veins of those who m-
j.'V the ".Jainplivnlialines" of sending them.
It is h ureal pity tlmt Vulcutiud'a diy can
not be fixed for the first day of Ajiril, so
that the ''Apiil fools'" and valentine philan
thropist, could havoMieir fun together.
Our luet tux collector whb with us on the
liith, l'Jth and I-lth instant, and it was re
fresliiu"? to seu t lie People niyinjf the
leinands a;; liuji thetii. Tliott-siids of dob
lors wire c..!u, ted and tho people feel
pretty sure tint the money will not be
posited in Ul j ill's bmk. Eijth is not
very mum like the Elijah of whom wc
read wh d-d by the raven. Not so, m d-
trn E ijb, for lio is down in Mexico living
fat off of Union county oank depositors.
Confound Elijah. After a lonu; time, those
who 1 t t ieir money wiil iotrn lo do willi-
out, and to a partial extent, forget it; bu'
not many of them sna likely to name their
childien El jh.
At this wiitinn the Indication are, that
storn winter is loowuing his giip, and
pretty soon we shall be done with the -dei t.-,
rains and snows of the wiuter of Jgsj nnd
6Z. I am so t'lad, gettui:; u and start
tug two tire will then be played out. Win
ter is a fin" s-'iisom for youth, but hi tli se
whose sli il .ws are h.rjj.r, it ia an umv. leonie
guest and "ue that the old do not desire.
Spring an I mnnier have their short ntjhtf-
I will admit, and win-none bus to work all
day, he naturally wishes t''e nights wne a
few hours linger. To all such we sny iro
to bed earl, and if you can't get sleep
enough iiv so iioiur, take a nan at noon.
Our wi ll -;i-wiike miller, F. Neibaur, has
b.-en payiug the fanners olio dollar pet
bushel for their wheat, but the rotds being
bad, no front amount has been brought
forward. Union county farmeis never were
in better condition. They have an abun
dance and to sp ire, and ihey nave quit say
ing "what will yi u give me." They say :
' I wiil tak" n much aud it you can't give
it, no harm done."
Doiifola ip tier mora! aspect is improv
ing. Tnos" "si.ps nt etc. on wheels.
have hid their ihy; men who bell their vote
forur m tsh whisky and uickel cigars
havo k-fl kukluxing, and think of iho pust
aud the ptospi ct good for that eh im-nt to
all W"veiouo and "so mote it be."
A telegram from Panama states that
cholera has ravaged the Slate of Chiapas
in Southern Mexico. Whole families
died in a single night. In Tonala, out
of a population of fi.oOO, more than
l,(.Hifl are dead. The disease has spread
southward, and only affects the hottest
localities. Thoso who fled to the north
ward from the infected regions did not
spread the disease, and escaped from
its ravages eutirelv. The disease can
not be A-iaiic cholera, but Is doubtless
a very malignant typo of malaria. If
it were Asiatic cholera Mexico could
hardly expect to escape itt ravages dur
ing the coming summer.
In France, whenever a firo occurs on
a man's premises, the onus of proof of
his innoceuce of iueeudiadsm rests with
The former Cashier of one of the
large P.osUm banks is now a potior in a
New York hotel.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Hullex m and cures
HA4KA4 II K,
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
ni KSs, 4 Al.l,
And 11 other bodily achu
TIFT CENTS A BOTTLE.
hold by all I'rtiirglsis and
benlrri. 1)1 reel ions In U
The Charlet A. Vorjeler Co.
uN..,i voori is 4 en )
in. .in- 'i
II II iUMiPilll M
J llrtltlmore, Md I .St. A,
NrtHhville, I'lilucnh 4 Cairo Packet
Theelesnt and palmist steipier
13. S. RHEA,
J 8. T NRt , Mister
niLl.Y tttilSTON Clerk
Usv Cairo .-v.-ry Monday at p. m for Nssh-
Nnslivllle, I'aducaluY Cairo 11. S. Mail
W. II. OIIERHY,
PINK DUK.8 Maler
JOLI-T UAltn C irk.
Lvaruitlhls tin vsrj W'sdnarday stl p. to. for
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Ths Howard Oulvsnlo Si leld S"d onr other K'MSm.
O.iImoIo nnd Ms. nulla Arpll(-4S snd (m n'.i.ii r.
-nmourrr Nrom fieb'llry, fs'slrsls, pllerxv.
thcum ,ti,m, Ot-rorknd Urnlu, Fihanstlun or Loss of
V im (.nemir W.ulc liwk. K Ulney. I Iver, s-d Stomiich
f Ornnliilms, sit l r ndspted ti K.ITllKIt BtX. Xh
npnllKucs, sr. th. wry latest Improved, snd nllrlf
U Iturent trjin boi.s snd sll other., they oonitln
KeriKriitooon-lniiojscurni iiii vrti liout sold, cnu- nn no
sows nvlrrlt .il , n( th skln-ciin o .oro at w-.rk ss
''-'"'''"bl.lowwirer. Power! mauls.
ti-ii'.rj ! A." d ,r."',1, ,t''', ' dlii.es wh.r
eisotrlcund Mun mllo tntstm.nt ! or b.oi llt. 1 boss for
At ones T!ioti thu sent o' dleno. ss thel- setlon Is
2,fi?rn ,N"7"""-Mu'euHr, sod 0.nertly0..l.is,
siwllly .torlnn tho tlltr-hich . Kleetrirlty
?i IL .",! ln ""' '","rn, ''T or lodl.rretlons. snd
liho'itdr.iinjtnuths s'O'n .eh. Ther will curs yrr
?Url"A V'f M?.",;l demnorntlon. and is Zri
nT? ... Vf".rn,,b rao,t m-Usties dnbolnis
HZ ' v .'1' 'f.'ftou' f-lnlms. Our lllu.trnt.d Pmnj.li!t
snt Frsa or In Sealed enrelo,.. for fie tnt. '
C:ia!Ut!a I AMEPIOAN O LVArVtO CO.
fr.l hmi i 3 1 2 M. Oth St., 8t. LoUl.,Mo
Til E IIAIiLIPAY
A New son tc'iniilt tl tel. f'.iiilititj on Lev..
'I'tuiul aud Hatlomil nirents,
ft c Pasioiiiicr I)i Mit ol tlie Cbi s.'o. St. Lonls
aid .tuv UrU-nDs: Illinois Cuntrul; Wabash, Nt
Louis snd Psi'lnc; lion Moiintuiii snt h 'Ulliern,
Mubtii- m.d Umo: i. sir sud M. Louis lHUAHr
sre sll Jti"i scms tho street; while the Sleaiubiisi
l.aliln K is i Ui one s ;iihp! losiatii,
Ttil Hotel Is heated by steam, has t"sni
I.siiuilry, H.vdmullc Klevs'oV, Klui trie Cull lle".
Automatir. Fire- Alarms. Jlielis. absululely puro sir
perteci evn:iBi;i.' nnd Lomii'etc spiuilnoin-ii's.
Sup rb luri tstinsj perltcl rvlro; tid sn nn
c lit lb'.
tj. I I'AfflvKIt .sr r..Jif.n.x
017 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rsulnn Orurlunt of two niedlenl
rnlleKe, hs been Iniiirer i-iiaiiKed tn the iiest
inent of f 'lu'Onic Nurvoii", e-Uiii and
llloO't IMseji s Ihiitl SUV other pliyblelsll In
Pt. l.ouis, ns city pspers lin nnd nil old resi
dents knoir, e oii'ultsll'in ..t oilirenr y nisll.
liee'ind Invltt'd. A I'rlendiv talk or Ills opinion
cuts rliiln. When itlsliteoiivenipnt to visit
tllfl ellv .or treatment, medleliies enn be sent
by niail'or expre-a evei vwhere. t unible cs-us
inisranteeil; where ducl.t exists It is frankly
stated, CuU or Write.
yTvoni rrestratioa. Debility, Mental and
Phyaical Ycakncas, Mercurial and otfrr
afffclioiH of Thront, Skin and Bone;, Blood
Imjieri"''.- ? i Mood Po.soniu?, Skin Atfi?e-
tions, Old Sores a"d fleers, Impcilimentsto
ifarriago, RhrumatiiTa, Pd-s, Spgcial
attontion to cnaea from ovor-woi-ked brain.
SPBGICAL CASES receive spfoiaLattcntjon.
Disease arising; from Imfrudeaees, Exeesse,
Indulgen?is or Exposure.
It Is self-evident that a phvxlelan pnylng
psrtlcwliir otttntlmi to selnis nleires sttnliu
Itruat skill, ond phvslcUn In roKiilnr in si-tlee
si! over the country knowing this, lYeipiently
reeooiliieiid cases to the nldi-stoiln-e In Aiierli'S,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
Slid the. proved irotil i-t-iue'li.-" of sll
sices snd countries are used, A whole house Is
ned fornfUet pnreo'es. and nil are treated with
skill lu s respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made, (m r.
(nun: of Iho irreat number apply Ine. ths
chsiRes sn- kept lov , ot'len lower than Is
disuaiideil bv niliern If vim secure the skl'l
Slid iret a pee,',y and pei fict lite cure, Hint Is
ths liiipi rluut lustier. I'liii phli-t. W Pauls',
sent to any address free.
putes, I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?&
FlCfant cloth and piU bind Init. Sealed for 60
cents In iio--t:iije or eiirretn-y. Over tllly won?
SfS-fnl pen turtures. truebi life , artli-lesmi the
I'ollnwIiiK subi i-ts. Who mit inai rv. who not
hv proper au''-to iii.iiiv. U lu many llnu
Tlaiihood. Woiiiiiuhond, MivhIchI decay. Who
hnuld mari'v. How life n'.d lia'iilne-s uiiiv be
liieren.ed. "J'lnv,,' u iii vImI nr coiitcniplutliiij
r.a-nlnir ftioiild leiul It. i I oui;h t to be read
nv all sdi'lt i-i-t -oii'.. Ill-n it. -nt under lock and
krv, l'ii.ii:,i' edition. .un, n-vl-oi c. but paper
eiii-ei- iiiol Ji.:l,:iije, iiicuiUb.viu.nl, lu uiouuy
-u r B-tiiot, li e is sweeping ny. ro
I''l I "and date helore veil die, sunt,.
tl.ltiR ml, htv snd S'.bllniH
leave behind tocoi.querlluio."
f iu, a week In vour on n town
1' lve Doll ir inn til irpi No
risk. Ev rythltiR r.cw Caplisl not required, vee
will furnish you evcrythinir Many ere making
fortunes, 1 adies inalis as much ss men and boys
and (!'! ni iUu irreat pay Header, If you want
business st svh ch von csn n.iike itrenl pay till tn
tlmo, wrile for psnirnl.irstoll. HvLLLTl' A CO,
A week made at home by 'hi Until',
trloiis. ltest n.-siuess now bef rv tint
iih lc. Csnllal uot needed. Wo
Jwlll start yon Men. women, tiins
and trlrl" wanted evervwluoe to work
for us, Now l the time. You can
work In spr-s tlinu. or civil nur a hole 1 1 mu to the
bus nr -. No oilier btii-tne-s will v on t.cnrly
as well No oi ei an fall to in.iku eiiomious pay,
by cntfSKelm. st iitire, Oosilv oiiHltfttnt t"rni Iree
lonev niipl,- Inst., easily, snd honorably. Address
THl E At'tl., Attk'ttsta, mattiii,
i ! sv r. o i I l
L. sll I Hi III iHi smIIm1 ! I
I'BW lutoi-s appllnd to tno sun;ico
.ml nlinoit matantiy NtLicva
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.,1 1.- ,k. fill a. I,tn.. Jl
ISUa' Joints, Nouralstrs, Lam
lllir auiuoiur &u, vi iirinw uiniiui;uiiiu viieuiii in uuy miui. a
liftswoKQtiALfortlto Cnro of Rhonmtlsm, SpralB.a.JirojjJ;
sssve, . . r-ssipsvpsvsim, jssfiaw mlBffVs1K- 4s. -.rssv Kssm- sgBSfsss -r.--r- TTZJLfc , -.mm
Sor Ihroat, Pain lu the Umba orni nny pars .ire py
unil la t iiiiallynmeiMMon for all Pain In tlis Stomach and Bowela
rcnulrlim a lwvorlul diAuslvo stlinulaut. 8eo Merrell's A'mntinc. ..
Ask your DruKclat for . l'rlco rct
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERKELL,
NKW A DV BUT IS K KENT'S.
TIE UNION TRUST CO
nil and G13 Chestnut Mreet,
CAPITAL tl,OI)O,U00 ICHAlirKlt rERPETUAL
Acts as Kxecutor, Ada Inutrutnr, A ilftiee, Ke
eel nr. liuintiuii, At'iirntty, auciu, Trusue and
L'ommiUcB, sluii or lu tuuoactiun with au Indi
'lKiLa.ii!or lh" priperty of uhrentees and
Don ro-l leu r, c.n.ects Hiin rcinl s tiicumn prompt
y, and d!fCliaru tsiuifully tu duties of every fl
due ury l tin an I si; no knuwu lu the law.
haei.f.1 iloul wulilii UumUr-pr ,uf Vuult of the
rno'i apptovud r itru tion.
Wills kepi lu Fire and llurir'ar-roof Safe with
out cbargo t'lu'e, aournlcs and all other val
uables su.urcly ku,tata miderat. anuual charu
fur safe return nr rpecitk- ludeinuity .
t.'ar Tru U uud otuur a proved .i curltles for isle,
lutcrunt nlliiAed u.i Mo dLporitcd for du
fluita pcrmd 4, or upon ten dai s' notice.
W. '. f'A I rKIMI. 1'r. eldi.t
11 EsTa.lt t.LV MKH. Vloc l'rui.ldunt.
MMII.o 8. SlUivES, ir. a.urur.
F HAN 1. 13 UAOUN, o c'y and Trust Officer.
W. C. PATTKHSON, tlu.N.T P. BAYARD,
JAM N LUMi. W tUiilUkl- n, Del.j
ai.KUKo i.lt.I.KTT. Dn OiiO W.KKILT,
Hon. ALLISON Will i'., 11a. rt-lur, I :
On. J I' t'UEI, Hon J . AKltlOA,
11. It. PATTKItbOH, i until Ktuii. Ph.;
.IOUNT MUN ,oK. Ho.v. II CoYUEU,
Jos 1. KKhFK. lt.-hfiiuir, Pa
tuos. k. pvrroN, UEMti a kckbrt,
W. J NWIJ, 'i us lutf. Pa ;
.IAS.8 MtHriV, KDMl N J.1 HU! Y,
Du. D H lYfcS AUNEW, M lUuuton Pa.;
II H.liOi Tu. Hi-K.K K. MOSAUHAX,
JOH U. K K 1 ISG, w vst Ciieter, Ps. ;
Phlladelphl . I s ; Obn. W. W. Ii. Dav.i,
Hu-s.T K HANDotpn. liuylestown, Pa :
Morrlatowu, Pa,; Co As. W. C oi'KP, .
Ail ntou, Pa.
0 ICY HOUR, HUNT rn..
k' (KHtabashcdlu 1HT3 )
8 Exchange Court. . Y. Unas lie at., Chlcsco.
MANhE IS A SI) IlltoKEItS.
hpeclal luclli les for tbe uurchase aud ss's of
SIO 'KH, 10 DS, Gd A 1 N P oHM08.
Refer to Mcrhan ce' National Ilauk, New York;
Flu h Nat misl Bank. Chicago, and Ovrmnn tccurlty
I'ank. I oniKVllle. Ky
I. M. tKT.tioeii. Member New Yor!( S'tncii Fxch.
J. A. Ilesr. Member chlrszo Cta d of Trad.
A. L SIMolH.
IN tVKRY sTAikl IS HTYINO Cm . Cnuntv
tnd StiM rights In KVENUKS'S PATEVT LE
t'OS F.Nt- K, tor di li.i Alo without n pitcher.
A pies aiit 1.11.I rcu.iii.eintiv.' l u-ln-.s amonit a
Claps of meu in 1 heml tn huvln s tuioit of
mi rit the hop 1 aud ttrst-cla saloon keep rs of
Anne In sn l Cana'a, Send postal card for d-n-rh
tive cir-.bl,.r lou.
,1 MK.s W. EVENDKN.
Psteuttt! ai d M iQi.facturer, Home. N Y.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT will
positively prevent this terrlblo disroMi, and will posi
tively cure nine eac out of ten. Infn-matten that
will favema-iy l:vi-H,arnt tree by mull, lv.n't ilrlnva
mo-no-t. I'rcv-rtlci'i la ir'tcrthan cire. I. H. JUIlS
son ft ro., 1'oston. KAsa, lomertv rtANoon. u.
UrrAOiio.va' ixiiuinvB Iiuji mulu ucw rich blooi
N LW AUVEU1ISEMENTS.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Broiisrhf into CtmiptMition with the
World, tlie Post CiiM-ics off
At tuegre.tCeatouulul Exhibition of 18', ft, the
lradlnc products of nit the branch, s . f ihu World's
Industry wero aeouib o i at Plilla.lulptiU. To
cany off a prize lu tbu fire of that tremendoo
competition wss a tnak of i o ordinary difficulty.
Inventions a id preparations fc ul vlatlon ol'paln
sud tho cms of dl-rae were ; ros.-ut 1 1 the sreat
st ooasl le varl -ty, represent tnr, the fklll and 'be
proloundiiht study of the s,o, and It may bo uf vital
liu.'ortano to you, personally, to know that the
highest aud ouU- mcda . l eo to rubber Porous
platers, was awarded tJ thn inannactiirers of
lilSXijiN'S CAPCINU POUoCs PLAsXEU, by
the following Jury;
Uit. A'li. K' J I'll, tirji-ou 0 neral. Prus'lan a-my.
J. U. THOMPSON. M , M.n , Wnshiuuloii, D.C.
C. It. Will I K, M D , Now Orlcuv.
KItVES l' I'LKIS) U. M.D., A'l-trla.
Tho d'-c si iu was af crw rU coiiflrma 1 by the
medical jur' at the Paris Exp sitloii. Knowing
the value of men h'ah snd uub ased o stlinony,
thit medical profession, both lu the Col e.l State
snd lu Kurope, quickly threw ando tue old, slow.
actirg plist.-is her had been tultij, snd adopted
Heuson' tn thulr reKilar practl?o. Tbstphjsl
elans and -urn nus ol tho bn adest reimtatloni did
this, d stlncily proves the lutitunlc m rlt or the
It Is no more than just to aid that tbe average
physician of t i-day Is n t do uiuated by the pre
Jndlcos wh'.ch retar led the pr iir,rcs aud modided
the successes ofhlaprcdccesnori ot not mora than
twoiitv-are years ao. He accepts hints from all
quarturs aud en lor-es and a lopts demotistruted
h sliii stents whnrev-T he finds thom.
The rlbC ol Deusou's Capciu I'orous Plaster to
stand at the liea I of all ext ernal applications what-
icvor. for the mliL-aMon or care of disease, is no
Let the ptinhnsor, however, be on hi guard
si;aitist lmltatlous. Tho genuine has tbe word
CAPi.-INlJctTlu the middle.
Seabtiry Johnxon, tbemlsts, New Y rk.
Bteadv nmp ovrcent dnrlne sprlnc and Sum
nisi. Address J. C. Jlo UKUY, Chlcauo, 1,1.
I iisvs a peKitlvaremtiJy r.,r tin. aboirri ilU.'n.u; by lis
fs ilHuittniiils of casus of ths wornt ktnit suit of lent
utndll.a tisvu Imen i'.in(t. luderil, sn ctntnir Is rnv ialtU
01 Ititlllcai-y, I lmt I will send TWO UOTn.fc t I'lifiK. to- .
jctliernllll a VAI.I'AHI.H TUKATISK nn Una UlsiWM.IO
sur sultstsr. Utvs Bipn-as nnil F. O. mi'lr.-,.
DU. I. A. BLOC til, Itl i-uutl bl., Nfir York.
jYve s T 0 R s
Psvlrg Storks n Bond vleldltiK
TEN Pr.K CKST, Per anntitn, and over,
may obtain full particulars, w'th satl.tnrtnrv refer
dees and testimonials, hv addressing 11,
DKLt, Kln'l A n't , IBCoi.Rress Nt,, tl.ision, Mar.
Mention Ons paper.
I A powi-i tul iiiriiufiilloii coin
imsetl mostly of Essential Oils
ll'ho moat punctratlnir Lliiliiieni
Iknown. So coneentrated that a
will Penetrato to the very Bone,
paini it will not Soil Clothlitir.
H-....I.U .... . . r.
Boks Cnunps, Toot h-Arlio.