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in regard to the great curative
Uudoubted Curat of
Tie Originals of the following Letters,
M well as many thousand others, which
lack of space in this paper prevents our
publishing, can he seen by any one at the
Olllce of Dr. J. II. tjchenck & Son, la Phil
adelphia W ask the afflicted to go and the
people who write these Letters. If this
Is impossible, write to them, enclosing a
tamp fur return postage.
For other Certificate of Cure tend for
l)r, Schenckft Book on Comumptum, Liter
Complaint and Dytnepm. It gicet a full
description ofthete diumei in, their variout
form, alto, valuable information in regard
to tht diet and clothing of the tick; hoie
and when exercue thoutd be taken, etc
TUttbook it tht remit of many y ear t of
experience in the treatment of Lung Dit
cat, and thoutd be read, not only by the
afflicted, but fy tftote who, from hereditary
taint or othtr eaute, tuppou themtehet
liable io any affection of tht tltroat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schenck Si Son,
637 Arch Street,
Consumption Can Be Cured.
Dr. J. II. Siktnck, PhilatUlpkia.
' Dtr Sir.-Some years ago I u taken with In.
nammatiun of the Lungs, and although treated by
two of the best physicians of ihn city, I gradually
grew worse, until I had hemorrhage quite fre
quently. They usually occurred in the morning,
and averaged fully a pint of clear blood at a time.
I had night swea'.t every night, and my weight,
which waa 168 lbs., when I was first taken tick,
gradually ran down to ui lbs. My nights were
almost sleepless, owin? to severe pain in my
brca.it, 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 I saw advertised, but without any lasting
benefit. At last, by the advice of s fnend, I con
Uuded to use your remedies.
l began by using all your medicines as you di
rect, and in a very short time all my worst symp
toms left me and I began to gain in every way.
As my appetite came back I gained flesh very
fast. From June to November the increase was
over fifty- pounds. My present weight is 174 lbs.,
and baa been about that since my recovery sever
al years since. I was told by my physicians that
I had Consumption, and I believe myself 1 had,
and that your medicines cured me,
Yours Very Truly.
J. C. ELLIOT,
October to. 1J81. Binghamton, N. V.
P. O. Box igii.care Barrett's Music Store.
From Binghamton, N. T.
Stutrt. 7. . Sktmk (f Son, PkUadtlfkU, fa.
Gentlemen. I have concluded that it is my
duty to write you in regard to the great benefit I
have received by the use of Dr. Scheuik's Medi
cines. One and a halt years ago 1 was very tick
, with what my friends and myself believed to be
Consumption of the Lungt. The disease began
with a heavy cold, its worst symptom being a dry,
hacking cough, which wj almost conlinuout
night ahd day. Soon after this I began raising a
thick yellow matter, being exposed to all kinds
of weather by working at ray trade. 1 caught ad
ditional cold and crew worse, until! wss obliged
to give up all work. I at this time had terrible
paint in my Lungs, and was soon attacked with
severe night sweats. I tried all the couch 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 its
1 used all your medicines - that it, the Mandrake
Pills. Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup. I felt
their beneficial effects from the first. They gave
me strength and they gave me appetite, and in t
very short time my cough was looser, and toon
after disappeared altogether. 1 began to gun
flevh, too, and in the course of two months from
beginning their use I was very near well. 1 am
now entirely well, and, believe me, very thankful
tnat t louna your medicines and took them in '
time to save my life. I shall be pleased to bavt j
any one call on me in regard to my case. 1
Yours Truly, I
P. TURNER. In.. 1
Corner Henry and Liberty Sus
Oct, ft, tB8t. Biaghamtoo, N. Y.
From E. Naruandlu, Jr., Esq., of
Woonsocbet, K. I.
Dr. Scktmk cV Son, PkilaJtlfkia.
Dear Sirs. I have been cured of what I believe
to have been Liver Complaint in tts worst form,
which, before I got relief, aflected my Lungt
quite seriously. I had used the medicines pre.
scribed by a physician of this place lor a long time
without benefit before I began to lake your reme
dies. I first beard of them by your advertisement
in the Patriot of this place, and concluding to use
them, I purchased a bottle of Pulmonic Syrup aod
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 tome time, but I soon
found that the disease was not broken up. I then
got more medicine and continued using It until I
My symptoms were contlnous 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 va o weak that I could not go upstairs with
out help, and was confined to the house for many
weeks. I was very much reduced in flesh, and
bad 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 has
comely recovered by the use of them, and it now
a strong healthy woman. 1 can also refer to oth
ers in this place who have been greatly benefitted
by their use.
B. NARMANDIN, Je.
Woonsockst, R. I., June 1, 1881.
Why I Have the Utmost Confidence in
Dr. J. II. Schenck and his
Hcdsox, Mam., I
May, Mth, ikhi.
During the past two yoare, my mother and
brother have died ot Consumption. I was my.
self quit unwell most of this time, and whou,
shortly after their death, I waa attacked with
cough and "avera hemorrhages, 1 naturally
concluded that I was dettlued to go with the
same disease. I Immediately consulted a phy
sician, who made a specialty of Lung d leasee.
After examining me, he said that he thought
my lungs wore sound, and that I would soon
rocover. In less than a week after this, I hud
another envois hemorrhage. Thinking that
my physician had made a mistake In my cruse,
I consulted another doctor. He thought my
luugs affected, and prescribed (or me tor a
long time. I got no better under his treat
ment, but generally worse. My cough was
very bad, my appotlte entirely gone, I had se
vere pain lu my right side, and for months I
did not sleep mors thau two or three hours in
anight. My tongue waa heavily coaled and I
bad a bad taste lu my mouth. I bad the head
ache alinoBt nil the time.'
fooling Mint sotuothltig must bo done, 1 at
last oolicludod to consult with Dr.. Schenck,
tho phyaloliin who, I think. I have good roiutou
' tobnllevoto bo the bent in the treatment of
lung disease. I wont to Ms office in Huston,
and was exnmluod. He found my left lung
quite badly diseased, and my liver seriously
affected. Hn told me that I could be cured If
1 would follow his directions. Ot course, I
consented to do so, and I very soon eaw that
myonnll'limce In his ability was well plnced.
I took the Mnndrnke Pills, Kenwood Tonic ami
Pulmonic Hyrup all at one time, as directed
by him, and within one mouth my worstsymp-
- tomt were gone, I went to see the doctor ou
bis nest visit to lloston, which wns one month
, after tbs fliKt tlmo 1 eaw tilm.anrl he said,
"Only continue with the medicine and you
will surely got well." 1 Old so, and kept on
gaining In every way, undl I was perfectly
well, and able to work aa usual. Hlnoe my re
covery I have not lost a tlav's tint. exeeU
woen 1 nave maae friendly risits to roe Doctor
at his Bonton oflloe. My cough Is gone, my ap
petite is good, I have no headache or pain in
my side, I sleep bettor than I ever did In my
life, and my lunge are apparently healed as I
have uo bmorrhags.
These are the reasons why I believe In and
rnoomtucdd Dr. J. U. Schowk and bta medi
cine, lie did Just what he anld lie would do
for me, and I believe that I owe my lite to bis
ued inlaws) and cure.
1FBED. r. TBCIX.
r"ruui au old resident of Albany. White
Line Central Transit Co. Ueoigs
C. Iteddeu, Agent.
N.Y Central Freight Depot,
Corner Orange und Water fits.,
Albany, Fob. 1, 1681.
Da. J. U. Bcbenck, I'Ulla., l'ai
Dear Sir-1 wrlto ihle to lei you know thut
my little daughter Henrietta, whom you eaw
ou your vloitto this city In the. full ot 1879, has
entirely recovered her health by the use of
your Medicines. I wish also ut the same time
to give you some facte in regard to her case
which! did uot have lime to du when you
wore hero. My daughter was considered a
healthy child until the mouth ot November,
1878, when she waa attacked with Romtttant
Fever, with which bIio waa sick tor a long time.
As she waa recovering from It elui took a heavy
cold, which settled on her lungs, producing a
constant hacking cough. Aa several ot her
mother's relatives had died ot Consumption,
we wore much troubled In regard to her case,
especially as our physician told us that her
lungs wore weak, and after her cough had
continued nome time, that they wore seriously
affected. He prescribed many things for her,
principally cod-liver oil and stlmulanta; but
she kept gutting worse and worse, until at last
be told uit tli ut ( here waa uo hope tor recovery 1
end, to satisfy us Unit he had done all that it
was possible, tor him to do. called In two other
doctors. They, after consultation, agreed that
she must die, and thut all we could do waa to
make her comfortable while she lived. This
was In the month of September, 1H70. Al
though wo were ueaured by our physician that
our little daughter could not get well, yet we
were always looking over the papers to try to
Ond something that would at least preserve
ber lite for a tune. One evening I read In the
ALBANY Evening TlMUJ the statements ot
many who had been cured of serious lung dla
eases by your Medlclnee, and feeling that they
at least could do her uo harm, 1 concluded to
give them a trial. I therefore went to the drug
store ot Mr. Miller, a gouilonian with whom I
waa well acquainted, and asked hlin what he
knew or thought ot your Medicines, lie said:
-'I have heard them hlgnly spoken of by my
eustomeni, and believe them to be good." I
then bought a bottle of the imlmoulc Syrup,
as well as some of the Mandrake 1111s and Sea
weed Tonic, and my daughter commenced to
use them according to the printed directions,
We all soon saw that they were doing her good.
Wben the had taken them about two weeks wt
noticed by uio paper that you were to visit Al
bany professionally, and. taking advantage ot
this opportunity, we had you see her. Although
vou did not see ber at the worst, you of course
remember her apparently hopeless condition.
We can only say that from the Medicines you
gave her ehe soon rapidly Improved and be
came healthy and strong. We give you this cer
tificate or letter that others may know of your
great Medicines. I am aallefled that you saved
the life of my child, aa she was pronounced be
yond medical aid by three of the host physi
cians ot this city.
OEOROE C. REDDEN,
Agent of the Whlto Line, Albany, N. T.
From Springfield, Mass. Consumption
Can be Cured.
Dr. 7. . Schttuk.
Dear Sir. About sixteen years 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 tweatt and a dry, hacking
cough. My chest and back were very weak, and
so tore that it could not bear my weight against
the back of a chair. At different timet I raised
considerable blood, which my physician said came
from the Lungs. I employed several doctors, but
they all told me the tame thing that my Lungs
were badly affected ; and the last one that I had.
also and that I could live but a short time, and
that I had better go to my mother's home in Win
stead, Ct, 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 tent for her doctor. He pronounced me
beyond all help. He. however, left me tome med
icine which, he taid, 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 for several
months, and never expected to get well. One
day, a friend who lives in Cotlinsville, Ct., gave
my father one of your pamphlets on Consumption,
lie brought it home and told me to took it over
and tee if any of the caset described in it were
like mine. 1 read the book throt.gh and I found
so many cases described there that seemed as bad
as mine, that were cured, that 1 began to hope
that I too might recover by using the medicines.
My father, finding that they were not kept in
Wlnttcad, tent 10 N'ew York and got s supply. In
one week after I began their use, my night
sweats ceased, and tnyappeute began to improve.
In two weeks after thu 1 wat much better in
every way : I commenced to use the medicines in
March j in July I felt quite strong ; in two months
more I wat well, and 1 have had good health ever
since. I believe that I would not be alive to-day
but for the use of your medicines, as all the doc
ton I bad said my disease wss Consumption, and
that I was incurable.
Mrs CHAS. W. PLUMMER,
S74 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
April 19, lodi.
Dr. 7. H. ScJitmk, Pkiladilfki. P:
Dear Sir. Seeing one of your agentt distribut
ing your books in this village a few days ago, ha,
reminded me of the past, and hat made me (eel
that I ought to acknowledge with gratitude tht
benefit I once received from your medicines.
1 wat a toldier in the army from 186a to 1865.
and when mustered out wat in a crippled ttate,
having had during my service, suirvy and camp
fever, which, with the malaria c( the twarapt in
which much oi our operationi w ere carried on,
left me diseased all over. 1 wat toon attacked
with chronic diarrhoea and a constant, hacking
cough. My whole nervout tystera wat complete
ly prostrated . I wat apparently fast approaching
the grave. In looking over the newspapers to
find something advertised that would do me good
I found the advertisement of your medicines.
Though I had but little faith, 1 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 entire revolution in my
system my cough gradually grew less until it dis
appeared altogether, at did also my diarrhcea and
other alarming symptoms, and I wat entirely
1 shall alwayt hold in grateful remembrance two
thingts the ''Cooper Shop" Free Refr'hment
Saloon for Soldiers, of Philadelphia, .nd Dr.
Schenck'i Medicines, of Philadelphia. I believe
the medicinet taved my life, at I have stated.
Pardon the late acknowledgement o( the great
benefit I have received from you.
Your Obedient Servant,
JOEL S. STEVENS,
16th Regiment Maine Volunteers, Army of tht
Potomac. Present Residence, Orange, Frank
lin Co., Matt.
May 18, 1881.
Do not produce sickness at the ttomach, nausea
or griping. On the contrary, they are to mild
and agreeable in their action that a person suffer.
Ingwith a tick headache, tour stomach, 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, piirlliet the blood for the whole body.
Tliey are a perfect preparation of that gre.it and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Potlophyllin, a
remrdy that hat displaced the use of mercury, at
well as many other poisonous drills, in the prac
tice of every intelligent phvslcian.
Prof. John King, of trie College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, tavt: In Constipation it acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costlveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there Is
not its equal in the whole range of medicines, be
ing vastly more useful than mercurial fluents,
draining the liver to healthy action, Increasing
the flow of bile, and keeping up these sellout
longer than any other agent with which we are
acquainted," (See American Dispensatory, page
In all cases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
whi-ri there is great weakness or debility, Dr.
HchenrV Htawrri Toiilo should be used In
connection with these Pills.
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
CAIRO BUI.LKTIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ii3, 193
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions (or
. their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Dr. Schenck will sue patleutt at the
Grand Central Hotel, Broadway, K.Y., on
the first Wednesday and Thursday of eat-h
mouth, and at that American House, Han
over Street, Boston, on (he second Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month, ex
cept August. Consultation free.
THE CAIRO M1LLKTIX.
DAILY AND WKKKI.V.
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rr.m or rosT.ut :
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Mi v, one year r mali ...... 1 t IK;
laiiy.one monir 1
e-'kly. one jesr - . if
Veulv. A months - I i
(WVWtt ol'flvu or more for Weekly Bnlleiin si
in-' 1 tnw, per yetr, l Mi
INVAKUIll.r IN aUViNCS.
All ('nminiinb-aimttp lion Id I e addressed lo
K. A. BTUSKTT.
Publisher nnrl Pro'irleli.r.
r :,HHtii. r!-"- editor 0! ,'hk nrt.i.KTii
Slid sirs.nliost pvteiiifor n,nt. Orders for nil
kinds of metinboat Joh pmitlug solicited. (Hike
it tlowei't European Hotel. No. 7:1 Ohio levee.
SIAOKS OF TI1K KIVaK.
Thn river umrku'l by the. xun lani
eveoin' si this port, ,1 feet emi 0
inches su't ftllinij.
Cincinnati, Feb. if2 -11 p. m. Hive: .52
feet i iDclut ami ftlSiu.
Piltshuitfli, Feb. 22 - p in - -Hin-i fj fret
9 io'.-hcs so'l f!liiiL
Louisville Feb. 22-Hp. m. ftivi-r IM
fttft 0 inch nu'i falling.
Nashville, Fell. 22 -ti p.m. Hivr 37 IVi.-i
10 inches aodallii
St. Lmis, Feb. 22 p. 111. Hiv'r23 feet
7 inches imi fi!liuj'.
Tbf outrageous nt it;i' of witer in all the
topic from PjttKluir, to Now OrliMiin, nod
only thusi! who hsvc been Hu'-j'cte(l to its
rel"QTlc ravage, cmi cuntempUte the iffoi:t
ofitS Colispa ill destrilCUOQ. We lliVf nut
been 0:1 duty this week owing (o a visit
homy in ohl Kentucky, but in a little rifle
of fifty milt's e Haw enough to convince us
that w iter is an clement which has no equal
for J s riu-tiou. Cincinntti, Louisville,
Suawneetowu am! other cities on the Ohio
havetihl their tales uf suflViug an i ik-vts-tation
through the c olumns 'if all the lead
ing journals of the country, and depicted,
in a tru'hful manner, the. terrible calamity
which lit licfallen all who ilve within the
rea'.h of th present A mi U, end to-day
Cairo t 11 iv I a un h trine! from thu rlf c's of
the gr st ii a and is prepared to receive
thosa who are nvv in distress. Our i-trpeU
are dry and our business still ;oe-in in its
usual and bri-ls manner without in'errup
ion. Jude Mulkcv who has resided in this
ci'y for a uumlier of yt-Mts. left hete last
ev-miiitf for Metropolis where he goes with
h; family b reside peimanently. The
Ju Ige'a dep ir-tire is to b regretted.
Th Will S. Fliys nis-ie the run from
Cairo to Padur ih in three hours and twenty,
even minntHc, f r the pre -nt current we
cud tl a' pre'ty good time.
Wo csnio down on the Fowu r yesterday
and in lundiuat Metropolis, noticed some
isuntfers ridy to tho hotel in a skiff, to
reii-ter for a room in the say parlor.
ThnOu Fowler htvl a flue trip yesterday
a id will brinx down a large delegation of
Pd-iucahians to see h"w things are in
Mis Fannie Biadshaw, one of the most
popu'ar young ladies of Cairo, left here last
evening for .Metropolis, her fulurs home.
The U. l Schenck from New Orleans is
over due for Cincinnati. Look out for her
The Ells Kimhrojigh will report here to
night r eat ly to-morrow morning for Si.
The John H. Maudu for Si, Lmii is due
Onr of tho highest officials of the order
of Foresters in the United States is' Mr. E.
8. Pilce, 220 It. Thitd street, St. Louis, Mo.
Recently Mr. P,ke suffered izreat agony
from a felon on his thumb. Tho smithing
effect of Bt. Jacobs Oil wss mngies.1 and
brought immediate relief to tho affected
Killed Him Ouoe,
There lins born a duel iu Tarls which
nearly cost one of, the coinlintauM his
life. Thif brings out nu iint'edoto of M.
AinbiM't, n noted swoi-iIhiiimii. Ho wns
walking one da, iienrtliPTiilleripswIiPii
lu perceived mi old lmm looking fixedly
nt hitti. After endni'ini' the pnzo fin
eomo time hp nppioiii-hpil, and, draw,
i HUT uini.M-H' up to Ids full liol'ht, which
njro Israel cniiiehi diminished, ho mid
coldlyi "iMIrht I itictilre, air, whiit pro.
ctii'i-s tne the honor of umf attention P"
"Are not you M. Ati'iht-rt:'" "Yen."
"And I, air, am the ('oniie de L ."
"The Comic de L P Let 1110 sec;
yjps, if 1 remember rijrht, killed you
mux." "M. Ambert, w ill you dine with
me thin evetiilio? At il'-.sei t I will tell
you hove It happen thut 1 him Mill in
this world nfler having had an n Halt
with you." And the two advernirles
walked oil' an 11 In arm.
In Chaltnnoorra dop are eluirp-d with
spreading thn small-pox. If dnirn must
! vneclniUcd, as well an muzzled, the
lift' of the rnep will Ih Indeed rendered
ralsei-nhle. Tho Society for thn Proven
tion of Cruelty to Animals should eu
jraffu some, musical society to sing Hitch's
"Passion MunIo" for their benellt.
Advice to MotlieiH.
Are yi'U (Unfurled at uiht and broken
of your rest by a sick child sutft-ring and
crying with pain id cutting teeth' If so,
stud si mice and y; t a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Smithing By 1 up for Children Teeth
in;'. Its value ii ine deniable. It will re
lieve tin; poor little sufferer iiutued
'alely. Depend tip -ti it, mothers, there is
no mir.t"ko alx.ut it. It cures dysentery and
diunho!!, regulates (he stomal h und bow
el", cuns wind colic, softens the (jums, re
duces iiillammiition, and gives tone and
energy to tin- whole e) stein. Mrs. Wing
low's 8101 Ling Syrup for Children Teothing
it. pleasant to tlit -Mie, and is the presepp
tion ol'oiie of the oldeat and bot l male
pliyi(:iaiiH and iititsi-s in the United Stales,
und is for sale by all druggL-ts throughout
the world, price 25 cen's a butlle.
Foil Dyspi psi t and Liver Complaint jou
have a Minted giptrantei on every bottle
of Hiihih's Vi'alier. It never fails to
Ten yeiiiK n-,'o 'lie name of Ltdia E.
Piuklia-n was i-circely known outside of her
native State. To-diy it in a houtdild word
nil over the Continent and many who read
the secular and religious j itiinals have be
come I'.iui liar wiih the face that shines on
them mih n modest coiifldtm-e, in which
we aMl the truth that "Nothing id can
dwell in such a tempi?."
New JeiHt-y Port Wine The Best.
Ir. K II. Jsnis b noted physician of the
New Yoik Hoard of Health says:
I take great plsaure in leatifviiigmy ap
probation of the superior rpialiiies of the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Speer, of
Passaic. New Jeis-y. I have been to this
vineyard and collar.
Afters prolonged trial I can confidently
teci-mtneud the wine as a superior article
for tlie sick and debilitated, and all (hone.
whopfUire vinmia stimulation and invig.
or it ion.
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in all c.B--es where a pure Articled wire
is called for Hie sick: and shall do all in
my power to foster an I encouiage pa pro
duc.tion. For sale hv Paul fl. 8 huh.
ifriie wouders of modern chemistry
are apparent in the beautiful Diamond
Dyes. All kinds and colors of Ink can be
made fr? m theui.
Mknsman's PrvToMZKn Hkek Tome, the
only prepnrtion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; iuvaluabla for Indigestiou.
Dyt-pep-U, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in. all en
leebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulai v if rcsultinc
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
ILzard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (8)
Mrs. Christine Soderstn-ui, 263 W. Indi
ana avu., Chicago, 111 , says: "Brown's Iron
Bitters rured me of dyspepsia alter I had
tried t-virythlng else in vhin."
Nbuv iCsne-is, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Netvous Sb'-ck, 6t. VUuh D.toce, Pros
tratiou, and nil diaetines of Nerve Oeners
live Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured iiy Allen's Brain Food, the great
botanical remedy, 1.00 pkg , 0 for V
Fakmehs and others desiring a genteel,
lU'-rative agency hunim-a, by which J5 to
20 a day can be earned, send addles at
once, on postal, t P. C. Wilkinson & (
105 and Ifti Fultnii street. New Y'oik.
A Nasal Injcfrr free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
I Wt J tout for ehsnr.es to Incret
I V I 1 li thoir Catiline, tnd In tin
J J JJn,,f"n"" wetlthy; those wl
people an- s Iwt) I on the look
rln not improve ihelrnppnr-
limit 10 remain in poverty.
We offer sreat rhauce to mako money, We wt -it
insuv men, womsn, hnys ai,rl girls to'work lor n
right In their nwo localities Auvoneran do the
work properly fr. m thn first ai art. The business
will pay mre thn ten times ordinary wages. K
puiisiieotiilli furnisher! free. Nn nne who engages
tal s to mtktt money rttpldlv. You ran duvite
your whole llm to the work, nr nnlv your ips e
moini'Dls hull f uforin-ilioo sml all fist Is needed
enlfree. Address H PIS RON A CO. Portland. Me.
KW FHU AND OY-lTKIt DKPOT,
Having 110 perfni tsil my srrangrmetitt In
supply tin- tMda with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows! Oysters
Taken From the Shell Here Freali
aa From tht. Oulf.
rtaynn Cooks s mi per lin
' Hiisinu s
Oyslers In hulk nu "
Oyster nsndaida iu cans...' nil
Hd Snapper inc. pr it,
Mieep lle,id,.0 ,,,, .. .
shrlmr-a, Luli.t is UraSs und Turtles all lr sesson
I.1HKH . IMSCOINT TO TUK Tit AI'K,
Jrf. JS. INOE,
Mnnufartiiror tod Diislm In
Hth Siren,, Iwiween Cnui'l Ave. ami Luvue.
CHOKE RO RING A 8PRCIALTY
Aid K(NHH OK A MUNITION. '
Htfti Heltlted. All tludt ol Kevs Made.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Ths Howsrd Oulrsnle Shlsldsnd eur ethsr Floetre
(ialvsnm sod Mkntlo Aj.plli-ti nod tlrmnDis in
s ur our. , Nsnrou. t)lilllf, l'srslrls, I flleM,"
1 hHunintlsm, Ovrworkl Hr.ln, fcih.nstlop or liJTof
J Itsl trior,, Wt Buck, Klduey. l.l.r,snd Htomsoh
t'oinpUliita,snd rea.iptel to r'.lTHKfi htX. Thssi
d.reat front bells sod all otb.rs. s. h., posIUt. 5
Kii.ruUoonilnaousenrr.ote without selds, ciii.lt no
s-.w anrlrrltsiln of tbs skia-esn ht " orn wort ss
tltrlcnd Msg-istlo Uatmeat 1. of twi.rit. Tbosofor
At ones niwh the st of rilsesss. ss tholr srtlan Is
iwieniii-n-tturlns ta titul Itr-wh ch I. Flsetrtrlts
. ! ,n n"'rsl wsy OTrreoms ths weak-rim
without druKBlngtUs slornneh. Tbsr will enr. -.17!
ewo tliort o? stractur.l dms."tlnr7 Md L ?
mnt ir Vl?lar, cJH',n, 0ur lUustrstsd P.sapSI.I
ssnl Frss or lo Mslsd sorelop. for 6e poslsn.
t ais'ilSl f AMB""OAN OALVANIO CO.
rihTlttd f 3 1 2 N. 0th St., St. Louis, Mo
I ma. JRiW- '
A Sow snn iniiipieie ll 'ttil, fruntins on Leva
"roiid snd HailMad Stn ets,
TI10 Passenier Detiot ol tbti Chicago. Ht Uinti
scd .ew Orleans: l.ltnot Central; Walissh, St.
Lome and i'selflc; lion Mountain tnd Hoiiiliern,
Mohllesnd Ohio; Csir-i sud St. Lotus runway
are h11 Just across thu street; while the stesnihost
Land1 us ii hot one sunare rilslaul,
Thu- Hotel Is heated Iiy steam, has stesm
.sundry, Hydra, ,!k- Klevator, Elurtnr l ull Hulls
Automatic KireAltirm. Uattis, absolutely pure sir
pertert seweraue slid tomplete sppolntmeius.
Snuerh furMi-hlngn; perfect seivlcc; snd sn 1111
lu V. PAHKKK Ac ').. I,
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Oriiilunte of two medical
collexes, hss lieen Imiuer eiirKed In the trest
inent of ( 'lironic-, .Nervoim, Mou mtiti
lilpoit Uisedses thmi niiy other plivsiel.in In
St. Louis, as cltv paper lisw und afl old resi
dents know. Cousuli.11 ion ..t olUoeor tyy mstl,
free snd Invited. A friendly tulk or his opinion
costs not hi 11 1. When It Is Inconvenient to visit
the rlty .or treatment, medicines csn tie sent
ny insllnr rxpn-is everywhere. Curable ea-es
fruaraiiti-eil; where doiiht e.itt it Is frankly
btated. Call or Write. '
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness Mercurial and other
affaetiousof Throat. Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impurita-' r . ; . ' -:I Poisoning, Skin AfTeo
tlons, Old Sores ard Ulcors, Intpediments to
Marriage, Ehcumatif m, Piles. Spselal
attention to cses from over-worked brain.
SUEOIOaL CASES reoeivs special attention.
Diseases arising from Imp rudenoes, Exoesaoa,
Indulgcns or Exposures
t n rrii-c, iix'iiv uiui n uy nirilill JP)J11H
rtrticulsr tlleiitlon to a clsss of esses attaint
Srest skill, and plivsn-lsn-In rettiilsr practice
sll over the country know Inif this, frequently
recommend cases to the ohlet.tllee In America
where every knowu appliance w resoru d to.
Slid the provwd jcood leui.-Oie) of sli
sum tnd countries me used. A whole hoint it
used forolllee piirpo.e, nml all are trested 1th
skill In a reinH:ttul manner: anil, kiiowlnii
what to do. no eiiN'i'liiieiili are mail. On ac
count of thn iirest number tiilylnic. the
clisrset tre kept low. often lower loan Is
demanded ly ethers If sou secure the skl'l
and (ret a speedy and perfect 1 1 is cure, thst Is
the lmpcirtiiiit matter. I'smpblet, 94 puKi'S,
sent to any address free.
puTs, I MARRIAEE GUIDE. A
Elcifiuit cloth snd irilt iiliidliig Healed for SO
Cent In pntip or eiirrencv. 0erMfty won
dernil pen pli'tiirts, ti ne In Hie. arileles on the
following siilierui. Mho insv nitrrr, who not;
ihy" I'rotier au-e to nno-rv. M ho marry Itrst.
Jlsnhood, Womanhood. Thv-lcal deeav. Who
should marrv. Mow life and happiness ntsv be
lucrea-M-d. Thmn innn-P d or rnnlenitUa'tlue
Msrrilim should read It. it oiiifht to he read
ny all adult persons, tin 11 kepi under lock and
key. l...n 1 nr edition, nin-e n-. nlrfive, but psjief
over ami w) panes, ii cuiU by mall, lu uiuaujf
T I- B..lr ..l....... .1.... . ..1 1
nt. ll.'o in twouninebv.cn
nd dare hntore yeudle, tomi-
hlng mighty and tuhllme
avu Dedinil locotiqner tune,
ill a week In your own town.
Klvo Dollar onlfU frna. No
risk. Everything new. Capital nol required. Wu
will furulsh you everythln. Mauy am making
lortuuet. Lad let make ta much aa mn and boys
sud itlrls tutke crest pay Itesder, If you want
hnalnna st. wulrh ynu can make ereat pay til the
tlmo, write for parilculars to 11 ll,LLKTr X CO.
t'urtlsnd, Jl aire.
S-Awcokmsdea, home by 'ha Indnr
1 it Itrlmis, Hi l in slums uo w lief'Tu I h
itihilc.' lapltal not needed . We
I will "tart. you. Meu, womuo. Iius
and elrls wauled i-vervwhce to work
lor ut. Now is ths time. You ran
work In spne time, or ulvo your a hole time to the
hiis neae. No other btielnns alll pay you nearly
a well No onouan fall to m ake enormous pay,
hy utiipiizoitiirat ntirt, Costly 0111 Ut anil twrrn free
.viiiuey iiiailn la-t, easily, and bunnrahly. Address
TKt'B ik CO., AtiKUKtii, msiiiB
iitt 111 nu-
3tlwi7.. -lit.. I
5 iT.tJtii"" I
KK.w drops applied to tho surfaco will renatrata to tht) vary Bona,
and alinoet Inetantly RILIBVE PAIN I It will not Boll Olothlaa-.
nor dlaoolor the Skin, or leavn rllsagrorable effects ot any kind. It
haNn.Qt?At,frtliQ Cm of Rhettrofttlam. Snmlna. Bmlae?.
IS 1 1 ft Jola ta, Neturtvlcitss Ltuno Btvoks Crtvmpss, Tooth-Ache.
I Sorts Throat, Palnsln tba Llxabti or In ruiy art ol Ihs Systom.
laiul Is eiiually ofTleauloua lor ail pains la toe Stomach and Bowela.
leipuiiiiK t) puwuiiui uiuunivo soiuuiauk I Owe MSTTIIS Al
Ask your Druggist for it. 1 Pries so eta
l'r pared only by 1 A0C3 1, tnri.y.
WVil ats IrttwUH, IT. t
THE. UNION TRUST CO
till and G 13 Chetunt street,
CAPITAL 1,000,000 I CHARTER PERPETUAL.
acw ss iecutor, Adrrlnislrator, A-slgnee, Re
ceiver. Ooardltn, Attorney, Agent, Trustee and
Commlltue, alone or In connection with an Indi
TaltHN 1 liariTM nf thn n.An,n4u n .w. ........ j
ij f.-'fi.j ,j, ifrruivva Bull
nun resldenis, eohects and n-mlis Income pronipi-
; --- u-.,,. m nuw n-iiina uiciiilie urompi-
y, sud discharns faithfully the dittioa of every fl-
muim. v ,1 u-i bu 1 hk-'iicj siiuwd 10 1 no law.
hales for Kentwlililn burglar pr iof Vaults of the
Wills kept In Kiro and Burglar-proof Hares with
out ehar'tt. I'lute, securiiles and allotherval
11a blue securely kept at a moderate annual chame
for cafe return or p:lfle Indemnity .
Car Trusts and othur a i provuil ecurlt! for sale
In'.erest allowod 011 Moneys deposited for d
finite periods, or upon tea days' notice.
W. O. l'Al'TKHON, President
HIESTKH CLYM Kit. Ylce-l'riiHldciit .
MA II LOis 8. 8 1 OK BH, Treasurer.
FRANCIS MACON, 8 c'y and Trust Officer.
W. V. PATTERSON, . HON. T K. BAYARD,
JAM a8 LONO. Mimln!tn,l)el.i
ALKKBO 8. (HLLRTT, Pa GKO W. RKf.V,
HoN.ALLlHON WHITa, UarrlsburK. I'a t
1JH. C P U UNElt, llos.J 8. AFHICA,
D. R. PATTKKSO , Huntington, l's. ;
.IOUN T. MOXkoE, Hoy. II. CLY.MEB.
JOi. 1. KKhKK K-sdinif, Pa t
THOS. H. PATTOM. 1IENKV 8 KCKERT,
W. , NKAD. HeaHoe, Pa ;
JAS. 8. MARTIN, KDMI.'.N18. OOlY, .
Dit. I) UAYbS AliNIiW. Miftlniftou. Pa.;
II Ii. liOl -sl'ON. IIon.K. E. MOM A (til AN,
JOHN O, REAM NO, Wet Chester, Pt. ;
PhlUdelpiil . Pa : Okn. W. H . II. Davit,
Hon. T. F HAMJili.PIl, lioylestown. Pa. ;
Morrlamwn, Pt.; Oil AS, W. CoOPER,
All ntowu, Pt.
CKYMOl'K. Hl'N'T 4
(Ksiahlie'hedlii l-i7:i 1
.ge Court, N. Y. li l aS.lle St.,
It 1 V 1 L- UU A X. I, t,l, .1 . ,1
.-, n r. it rt v uin -i r. nn,
hpeclal fs.dli let for the purchase tnd sale of
Toi:Kr, nosiis. Oka 1 n Pkovisions.
Refer to .Mochauie.' Natloual Hank, New York ;
Fifth National Bank.Chlcai;o, and Os-rmtn fecurity
Bank. Louisville, Ky.
J. M. hlTMoeit. .Member New York Stock Each.
J. A. llt-Ni, Member t blcnifo Rottd of I'raile.
A. 1. Skvmoib.
IN EVERY KTAiE IN BCYfNU Cfi7, CoutiTv
r.?Is-.fii.HslSl.,,!liuiB k-VEMiKXN PATENT ALE
( OM-ENSflt, for drawlist Ale without a pitcher.
A pies-snt and remunerative UIoi-hs anioni; a
class of mon mosi rt.vr-il in huyluif a tolng !'
merlt-thu hotel sud tlrsi-elas" sulmui keep, rs or
America sud Canada. Send postal card for de
trrlptue circular tree
J 1F.!! W. EVENDFN.
Pateiitec aLd Msnufirturer, Komc, N. Y.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT m
posit itely prevent this tarriUe discaais and wlU post
tlwlycnrenlne ce out of trn. lnfonnatlrn that
srlll save many lives, arnt freehv luaJI. l.u'tdclaT
moment. ITen-iilinn is Iwiier than euro. 1. H. JoMN.
BON ft CO., nosTiiN. MASS., formerly Basoor. Ha
UrPinsost' 1'L'iiSiTiTK ltua make new rich blood.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Kioug-ht into Compciitiou with tbe
World, tlie Next Curries off
At tbegreitCentcnuiul Exhlbttiou of 1S',. the
letdlng prodoctt of ill the branches of the. World's
Industry were assemb'.el at Phlladolphla. Tu
carry off s prue (n the lir e of that irmiieuiloue
competition ws a task ul 1 o orilluarv dlfUcdlly.
lnveutiont and preparation!, for al eviation of pain
sud the core of disease were preent In the great
est possible variety, repretcutiug thu skill and the
profouudest study of the a, and It may bo of vital
imporls'icc 10 you, personaily, to know that the
highest tndouly mudit given to rub bur I'orous
pltsters, was awarded to tho luanufatturers of
BENSON'S CAPCINk POROUS PLASTER, by
the following Jury:
Da. IVM. ROTH, Hnrgeun C-unral, Pmaslan army.
J.U. THOMPSON. A.M ,M.D .Waahmgton, D.C.
C. B. Willi B, M D , Now Orleans.
ERNEST FLE1SCII. U.O., Austria.
The decision was sfierwtrdt cuuflrmelby the
medical Jury at the Paris Exposition. Knowing
ths value of stica high und unbiased trttlmouy,
tho medical profession, both In the I'ul'eJ Stitcs
and In Europe, quickly threw aaido the old, iloir-
acting pUatun they had been nalng, and adopted
Bontou't in their regular prscilco. Thst physi
clane and surg 00s of the broadest reputations did
this. distinctly proves tho lutiinste merit of the
It l no mure then Just to add tntt tho average
physician of lo-dty it nut do limited by ths pre
judice! wh'ch retarded the progress and modified
the successes of his prudocctsors of uot more than
twenty-five yc.iri ago. Uo sccopit niutt from sll
qnsrtert and endorse! atil a-loptt demonttrtted
healing tgentt wherever he finds them.
The right of Benson's Capclue Porous Platter to
stand at the bead of all external applications what
soever, fur the mitigation or core of disease, 11 uo
Lot the purchaser, however, be on hit gnard
sgalutt Imitations. The genuine hat the word
CAPCINK cut iu the mlddlu.
Heanury it Johnson, Chumlsls, New York.
Steady emp'oymotit during Spring and Sum
Address J.C. Ac U110Y, Chicago, M.
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- - , , -. . " . , . 1 1 1 im ui 1011a
inninniii 01 sssvs or ins worst tlno and ol Ion
w-,,-.ik w.a wa uim, ,iiimi ,mn airunir ia my ralta
t Its sm.-iwir, that I will send TWO HOTTI.KS KUftR. to.
Ciliar with a VALPASLH TKKSTISK on this dlseaM.ta
suOtrtr, Olvs Knn- sna V. O. adurs.
DR. T. A. bLOCl'M, IU 1'uail dl Now Tori,
INVEST 0 li S
Ttvlng flto ks nr Bonds yielding
TEN TEH CENT. Per annnm, and over,
may obtain full particulars, with talislactory tefer
ences and testimonials, by addressing II. BI.AlH.
DELL, Klu'l Aa't. tsCnngiuss St., Uostou, Mars,
Meiiilun thlt paper.
A iMiwerful luepttiallon 00111-
iuisihI mostly of Essential Oils
lie most ponstratiiiB Liniment
nown. 80 concentrated that a