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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOUNlNcK MAY 22, 18SS.
Letters of Gratitude'
from those who have been
Bestored to Health by
That CONSUMPTION CAN
BE CUBED by their use,
no one can doubt who
will examine the
Bead the following Letters,
and then QO AND SEE
THE PEOPLE who
From Soldier of Illinois.
Da. J. H. Schbnck:
Dear Sir I herewith tend you an account of
im wonderful cure your medicine effected oo me
fa the year 1867,
I served In ibe army from 1861 to i8, and from
great eipoture m camp,alo from bemir confined in
Aodereonviila Fruvon (or nine months, I returned
to my noma ery much broken in health. I was
aoon attached with a dry, lucking cough, which
waa continuous night and day. i tud night
peripiration erery mornfnjr. My lunjr paine4
w wr much, uid 1 lost leh to iut thai my
WCIffnt. When I rammmrMi t uu
rjju only 78 pound, whereat, it wu 145 pounds
Tava w SUB.
. - . - , 'i Y"l " mat uu
u mot ion. and hi uvs. tk. .1 -it
fncodt. I used your medicine steadily for about
iuw munu v.a iocv entirety cured me, as t
tare bad do return 0 lung trouble since, or in
-;. ,4,"w i ucutc your mcaicines uvea
Corporal of Company A, B5th Reg't. Infantry.
IUinoil VoIuntr. '
Dt. , iMi. Ptkin, TaieweU CoTlU.'
P.S. I could tell you of other who have taken
Dear Sir-In the Spring of i!Jo I contracted"
svers cold, which settled on my lung. Ten
ttoalb afterward I waa comnlei.it r,...j
and confined to bed. I was Induced to try your
T ci r or?m ",ln " ontn "ho' nu
SI7,' 8'.butwuh ome migiving, a I had been
y r P"r'cian wi mere wa no nope,
ine hrt bjttle cured me of bleeding at the lung.
Alter uing your I'ulmonlc Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic, and Mandrake Till about five month I
wa completely cured, and have enjoyed good
Health ever since. Alter using it one week, there
waaa radical change in my condition. In the6rt
Bra week after I got out of bed, I gained sixty,
nine pound. I can refer you to many peron
who are familiar with my case; among other. I
mention L. r . Shoaf, Anthony Gettler and my par.
!!""' r'u"y nuk tement, that it
Bay benefit other who may be afflicted a I wa.
, No. 408 S. High St
D. J. H. SCMKNCK t
Deaf Sir My on has been cured of Consuttip
Uoa by the use of your medicines, and I wish to
fire you an account of his case. Hi itcknes be
gan with j heavy cold, which soon brought on a
harsh, dry cough. Thi kept him awake night
o much, that he became very .weak from loss ol
sleep. Then he had night sweats, with great lost
f flesh, pain in hi lungs, and he frequently raised
bloody matter from them. He was obliged to give
up all work, and afterwards wa confined to hi
room and bed for a long time. He wa advised
to lake cod liver oil, and did take several bottles,
but this seemed to take away what little appetite
be had, and make him worse generally.
At last, from reading In the papers of the many
Jres you had made in serious lung diseases, we
concluded to give your medicines a trial. He took
Pulmonic Syrup. Seaweed Tonic, and Man.
drake Pills as you direct, and I believe that it is
due to their use that my son Is now alive and well,
tit is now attending to his business as usual.
PutGam, Conn., April 13th, t88t.
From St. Loutp, Mo.
Da. Sohtnck :
Dear Sir I have used your Pulmonic Syrup
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills In my family
lor years, and I have always found them good and
reliable medicine. I believe that they will do all
that you claim for them.
- W. H. BLAKB, Captain,
. Steamer John B. Maude,
' , Memphis and St. Louis Packet Line.
St. Louis, Mo., Dbc. nth, 1870.
Da. J. H. Schsnck 1
Dear Sir In the Fall of 1871 my son was takea
tick, and several of the prominent doctors of this
city pronounced his disease Consumption. By
their advice, I took him South, but the change of
climate did him no good. Soon after this, Caot.
Blake, an Intimate friend, told me how good your
medicines were for such diseases, and advised m
to give them a trial. I did so, and he soon began
to gain flesh and strength, and finally was entirely
-fu "erfully recommend your mediciner
(0 all Who are similarly afflicted. -
Corner Ninth and Pint Streets.
From E. Brninerd ft Son, Druggists.
Ravknna, Ohio, Nov, 11, 1881.
Missus. . H. Schsnck & Son,
Gent We have old your medicines for the
Ust twelve years, and feel confident they will do
all you claim.
We have used your Mandrake Pills ourselves,
and know of several remarkable cures made by
your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic.
W cheerfully recommend them a being reliable
E. P. BRAINERD A SON. ,
Saginaw, Mich., Nov, .7, 1881.
Dear llr-LaM Winter my wife wrt very to
wlin fnm,ii k.i h. .j t.i .,
j, . "' "u unysicnn
w thi ror!Tmet"n,''lMU lieycAu(d not help
&yT.' 1, r, mon,lh T'nlc. and
-.-hi. I. i w"u iiib innuence 01 tnese
i - -iiii.iu ucr usual ncaun, ana
L5hL",',,,0U' ; Hie disea.e. Voar
"my unngs mat cured ner,
JOSEPH L. I.ANGEVIN.
With Hatkan's Clothing Ifou
Ravinna, Ohio, Nov. it, 1881.
MkS5ks. J. H.Schinck & Son,
Gents Your medicines are having a large sale
in mis town, ana are giving gooit satisfaction,
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of this place, has been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
I have heard of a number of others who have
been greatly benefited bv vour mtd icines.
1 have sold them for a number 01 years, and do
c ast. "
From Akron, Ohio. Consumption Curod.
r, , . Akson, Ohio, I
Da. J. H. Schsnck i Feb, 17th, mi, f
Dear Sir-Having been atked by many In regard
to your medicine, and the benefit I had received
from them, I have concluded to give you an ac
count of my case. In the Winter of 1873 1 was pro
nounced an incurable Consumptive by every phy
sician in this ulaca. as wall u several in ClmurUnA
I had all the symptomscough, night sweats, great
debility and loss of flesh. 1 was reduced in weight
from one hundred and fifty pounds to eighty
founds. I had given up all nope of recovery,
when I was told by Mr. James Scanlan that he bad
used your medicines with good effect, and he ad.
vised me to give them a trial.although I do not think
he believed they would cure me, for I was so sick
at this time that no one thought that I would ever
get well. I thought, however, that they might give
uic temporary rcuei, ana Willi tni object I com
menced to use your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not ta.
n 11 two aays ociore I leu great relief, especially
in the severity of my cough. 1 then took the Man.
drake Pills and Seaweed Tonic, an J in two weeks
my appetite came back, and I began to gain strength.
I took your medicines for about three months. I
WaS tOO Sick tO do anv kinrl ai wnric fnr I um vrm.
Your medicine made a perfect cure, and I have
been in good health ever since. I do not know
that I can say more than this, unless it be that 1 1.
beve your medicines to be good, and that they will
uu ait y wu say tucy win oo.
WH.. vv.j Ml,
From Henry Morgan, Kq. of Spring
D. J. H. Schbnck:
Dear Sir In the Winter of i86j, having been In
delicate health from weakness of the lungs for
over two years, I took a heavy cold, which Killed
on my lungs and completely prostrated me. I had
a very bad cough, which kept me awake nights
and ra:ked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not wtigh more than two-thirds my
usual weight. I was at (hat time living at Chico
oee. Mass., and I consulted the best physicians in
that place, but they only gave me temporary re
Mi. it wa tne opinion 01 an mat 1 was last go
ing into Consumption, and I was advised by my
friends to consult a prominent doctor of Boston.
I did so. but his remedies did not benefit me any,
alihoueh 1 took them for a long time. I was
very much discouraged, and thought there was no
hope for my recovery.
About this time I happened to read your adver
tisement, iuiu among uiosc wno tesiinco to tne
benefit they had received from vour Medicines, I
noticed the name of the Rev. Henry Morgan, of
Boston. Being personally acquainted with him,
although ro relation. 1 concluded to write to him.
as I had tome doubt about the genuineness of the
letter. He answered my letter, saying that it was
all true, advising me to at least give your
Medicines a trial, aid ne believed tney would
cure me if J was not too far gone.
I at once becan us.'.nr the Mandrake Till. Sea.
weed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as directed by
you on the printed wrappers, and 1 soon saw a
marked improvement in all my symptoms my
cough began to get better, my appetite improved.
tne soreness leu my lungs, ana 1 couia see mat '
was gradually eettinir stroneer evervdav. I con
tinued with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirely well, and although my business is one that
i considered injurious to the lungs, (brass fin
isher) 1 have enjoved good health ever since.
I thoroughly believe in the curative properties
01 your remedies, not only irom my own experi
ence with them, but from the cures I have heard
of their performing among my acquaintance,
some of whom were very much worse than I was,
You are at liberty to refer to me, and I will
cheerfully answer letters from those who are
No. sooCarew St.. Springfield, Mas
1 From ft Prominent KrumciHt 1 tatou
Da. J. H. Sckrnck.
Drar Sir : I have used vour Pulmonic Simm t
my iamny tor tne last fifteen years, and conside.
( tne dcsi remedy for tunc diseases in the m.rV-t
I have mM vnnr fm-ili- f,ir ,h- I... . ....
. . ittj,, icu ycara
at my drug store, in this place, and have never
uu a kukic .uipi.uiii mat tney aid not do all you
claim for them. I cheerfully recomuend them as
w.-v.wiM itutuns iu every respect.
a Main R.lnn D.ni- Mit
December oth, 1S80.
From Cyrus Laverty, Esq., of Charlotf,
Chronio Bronchitis Cured.
Dr. J. H. Schknck.
Drar Sir : Nine years ago I was suffering with
a severe bronchial affection, which reduced mn
very much in flesh. I had a severe couch, wit!
iiwiKiicvj, uu vuiucuiuca an cuuic IU5S 01 VOICC,
ror several monins 1 was compelled to give up
mv work, and I was sick for over iwn van kl
this time I wa trying many remedies that wer
recommended to me by my friends, but without
any benefit. At last, Mr. J. S. I'pton, of the firm
of I'Dton & Brown. Machinist, of Raul Crr-V
Mich., advised me to trv vour medicine, at the
same time ienng me that it nau cured him ol a se
rious affection of the lungs, after spending hund.
reus 01 uouarg witn pnysicmiii wunout oeneat.
1 iook nis tnvice and oougnt some 01 your medi
cines of Schuvler Bros., drucirista. of this nlaea.
The first bottle gave me great relief, and after us
ing several Domes, was entirely cured. iiy cure,
I am satisfied, is permanent, as I have had no re
turn of the disease, i candidly believe that your
remedies are the best that can be used in throat
and lung troubles, not only from my own expo
ncacc, out irora many otners mat l know woo
nave usea 11 witn great bencht.
Chaw.ottr, Mich., Dbc. 8th, 1880,
do not produce sickness at the stomach,
nausea, or griping.
They act directly on the Liver, the 01 .
gan which, when in a healthy condition,
purifies the blood for the whole body,
In CONSTIPATION they cleanse
the stomaoh and bowels with
out disposing them to sub-
Tlwy arc tho only perfect preparation
of MANDRAKE, tnatrreat MibHttnte
for Ucrciiry. Their Is not their equal
in llm wliolurtnge of C'atbaitic 31 di
clnes known to man.
Tliey are, Hold by J riiffgLta Every
where. Hr, Kcfieuek'u Hook on ConHUiuption,
Liver Compla iit and Dyspepsia is Kent
free, post-paid. Address
OR. J. H. KCHKr'CK SON.
The Daily Bulletin.
W. r :.aiuiin, river eilitorof ins Hui.i.rtik
And sii-arahu.it pasem;ttr agent. Order for all
Itiiidiof meanihoat Job printing solicited. Ofllcc
it llowu- Baropean Hotel. No. 7 Ohio levee.
TlifHilvrr Cloud from I'aducali will re
port hern Ht a p. m. conueutinn; with I. C
R. R. and leiive 011 her reiurn trip at 4:30
Tlie Elli Kiuilimuyh left here yesterday
morning nt U o'clock for New Madrid. It
hIio nutU with proper encouragement,
C -pt. Kirol rouli will keep her in the trade
ai a regular trip weekly piicket fmui here
to New Mitdrid.
Tin- J is. W. G .in'rom Cincinnati airivi-d
here .Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. She
Imu a tine tiip, received and dieihnrgud
conuiderable freight, also 40 deckers for
the government works at Plum Point and
de, a ted fur Memphis at 7 p. m.
The Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati ar
rived here Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
with a good trip. She filled out here and
dt-paited for New Orleans at 9p.ra,
The Will 3 IIujs from New Orlesna ar
rived here Sunday noon, four days and 17
hour out from New Orleans. She done a
heavy way business and consumed 19
hour in tuking lumber at the mouth of
White river, also 0 hours taking lumber
iiour Arknusas City and came from Mem
phis here in 2"-l hours and 50 minutes with
a heivy storm to contend with all of Sulur
I y nUM, and beat the City of 8r. Louis
time from Memphis ten minutes. She left
lu re for Cincinuati at 12:20 p. m.
The Hudson wa detainej here several
hours SumUy, repairing her wheel. She
left for St. L'uis tt 10 a. ra. with a fair
Tie Ella Kimbrough excursion party
had a very disagreeable day for their ex
cursion m the Cape, but notwithstanding
tin; inclement weather they all expressed
theinst-lvts us though they had a jolly
tunc, rlie boat left here Sunday morning
at 10 o ch ek and returned yesterdsy moru
in' uboul 0 o "click.
The Vint Shinklo from Memphis passed
up Sund'iy night 10 o'clock on her way to
hiailq'iarteis. Sho had a good up stream
1 110 city 01 vickshurg Irom St. Louis
passed Sunday night for Vicksburg. She
had a line (rip.
Tim 1. S. Rhea from Ninhvillu left here
yesterday at 1 p. ui. H.-r cabin wits hand
soinoly dtcoratt d with evergreens.' She
alno took a colored string bind from here
to furnish me.sio for the excuisionists who
will take passage oc her at all the promi
nent landings on tho Cumberland. They
will visit Niishville for the purpose of wit
nesaing the great militaiy drill w'dch will
be ou exhibition every day this week.
The remarkable cold spell which struck
iisso unceremoniously Saturday night has
radually crown colder and the timo of
writing this, heavy clothing and warm
fires are necessary to comfort.
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg passed
up for St. Louis last uight. She had
The Andy Buuui for Memphis due this
evening from Cincinnati. See W. F. Lamb
din. I'asseniter Afrent. and tret vour th-.ki.fa
11 1 i - " s
The Wyoming from Cincinnati will re
ceive freight here this morning for New
Orleans. She will leave sumo time during
This beautiful re'ugo from summer heat,
lUNt and mofouitoi-B, is now onen
lor the season. Three never-failinir
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use. tho
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
tho loeblo and hoalth to tho sick. These
Springs are in a mountain' valley whoso
ides aro of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
lei t high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic chapes resembling beasts and birds.
ine WOOdland Dathl are a continual fimin.
tatiou to long and delfghtful rambles of
wntcii 0110 rorgois to become weary.
AN AKTIttcm LATtK
for boating and tihhing m been added
to tho natural iconery, bounded on one side
by cltrnj at whoso base tho water marhe a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and tho other" is
gradual slope from the h!g. tho whole
covering several acres of ground.
"WO. 1" tho "Iron Snrinrr"haa nronnrtU
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and ia at
aipeciflo for malaria.
"No. " the"Magnosia.l8anflv0r.f.lllno.
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
trouoics, ana tne "Alum Spring" doe
tho bestservicu as a wash for etuptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additious.
Tho rotisgi R Im ve been I horoughly renova
te I ; the beds are furnished with iiiattresseg
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is largo and aiiy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at J8 00 per
week ; children under 12 yearn, second or
separate table, half puce.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breaklast at I101110 or at Vienna and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; fare
a T.-8S by huck 7" cents or by private cr.n
veyance for three or more 7."cib. to I 00,
trunks extra. ' .1. li. Lemon, prop.
P. O. Allen SpringH, III.
Vertical travel, by means of passen
ger elevator, is rapidly incrensin"
throughout the United States. The first
ono went into opoiMtion less than
twenty-live years ngo, and now bet ween
4.r),000 and iO.OOO are in eonstant uho,
New York nhrno having I.Vmmi. It j.s
estimated that for evory tunv mile of
railway which is eonstriu-icil, a pitmen
ger elevator is built. The travel on
them is eiionnoii.s. Tho eight elevators
in the Equitable building in New Vork
carry up and down a daily nvcrago f)(
twenty thousand people, while several
ttioiisand per diem is not nn unusual
number for large stores and hoiels in
our large cities.
CofiM.KssANbCoi.D A young girl tle.-p-ly
regretted that she was so colerlets and
Cild. lit r luce was too white ami In r
hands and r,tt felt as though the blood did
not cirruUte. Alter one bottle of Hop
Hitters had been taken she whs the rosiest
and healthiest girl in the town, with a viv
acity and cheerl'u ness of mind giatifyiii"
to her friends. e
Sleepless nights niate miserable by tl at
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent, (tf)
If you need Hny CBrpets,"Lace Curtaiiir.
aud Window Shad s it wi l be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal & ('.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Lou in.
Why Buffer with Malarial Emorv's Stand-
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most t bstinate cases; purely vege-
laoie. 2; cents. )
Do Not He Deceived.
Ill these times of on nek medicine mlver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Hitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remodv, and one that
will do as reeoQimended. They invariably
euro ntotuacn and Liver Uimplaints, Dis
cases of the Kidneys and Urinarv diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3
Foil Dysoetisia. Indigestion. I).
ol bpints and General Debility, iu their
various forms; also as a preventive against
rever ana Ague, nml other Intermittent
t. vtis,tiie "rerro-riiosporatt-d Eli.ir of
Citlisnya," made by Caswell, Hszml A Cc,
- . ... .... 1
-v w 1 ors, and sum hy nil Drugg'sts, ts the
best tonic; and for patients recovering fium
FtVeror other sickness, it has no cqn!. (1)
The act of ftrmcnting the Ojioito Grape
into wine in this country has been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr. AI
fred Speer, of New Jersey, than by any
other persou; and his wine is very pepular
as an evening winu, as well as for the com
munion table aud lor invalids. For salt
by Paul 0. Schuh.
Au old gentleman iu Mar) land said lie
had raised his lamily on '-Sellers' Livei
Pills," and considered them almost as es
sential to a family as bread. That's tine.
Advice to MotheiH.
Are you disturbed at Iiieht hi. (I lt,nL-i,ii
of your rest by a sick child Biifl'eiing ami
crying witn pain 01 cutting tecttif irso,
send st once aud get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistnke about it. It cuies dysentery Hiid
diarrhieii, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives lonu ami
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the isste, and is the prescript
lion 01 one 01 tne oiuest ana hest female
ohvsicians and nurses in the United
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the worm. 1'rice cents a bottle.
For vears Mrs. Lvdia K. Pinklinin l..
been contending villi the terrible hydra
known as Disease, with what niirtiriaimr
success many who wero in tho serpint's
coils will testify. Olton has tho nnwerlem
victim been snatched from tho open -jaws of
tho destroyer. In enntinff fhn liemlu nf
this moiiBter Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable
tompouna is lar moru efficacious than the
processes of potential and actual cautery.
James W. Cook. 354 Clark St . f!liirf.
111., says: urown's Iron Hitters has entire
ly cured mn of dyspepsia "
Disease, Proiiensitv and Pnnkinn liriimo
niaiiKiiiii r.uinlierlevs ailment .ir,.nuiit
among them nrc Nervousness, Nervous Dc-
nuuy, aim unnatural weakness ol Genera
tive OrgSUs; Allen's Hiaiu Food Riieee.-arn!-
ly overcomes these tronblen anrl renlnria
tne suiierer 10 lus former vigor, fl. At
WoitK Given Out. On rnei'int nf vnnr
address we will mnks an offer by which
you can cam $3 to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co.. 103 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
Catarrh Clirud. Imallh anil .mi.nl brniith
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
BO cent. Nasal Injector free, Sold by
Paul G. Schuh. (4)
flu. tCi.tnn'a CI tit-it Nirvr Itunrniiicu ia
the marvel of the aim for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 061 Arch
Btroet, Philatlelnla, Pa.
The largest stock
MATTINGS, ; LACE CURTAINS,
You find . ut
TP. W. ROSENTHAL,
110&; 412 N. 4th Sr., ST. LOUIS.
. i'f" w uio nuiau win rntrat to the very Bona
and a inost Inatant RELIEUK diiui T-.m . ol'.i ,
irww rt 11 du m ,r, 1 1 n.l , u . t
., 7. : i;:.
nr uooiQr me o-in, or icavo
ctiff 2il,t' vj'rJffla, Lama Back Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
aore Throat, Pain In the Limb orluany part ot the Kystem
,wm a equally enieacioiis for all
.v.,.iniiiy a um.-nui uiuusivu huiiiuiuiii, . nee Birreir Almanafl
Ask your Druggist fur It
lYepared only by
After a Kamy Kido a Count rv I'lnbi
eiitn Tells What He Thinks or"
"I wUh tu Kracloua nomc jibiiiiIu would K-ru
wheu tliyniea doctor sud wliun tlioy d m'l,"
exclaimed Doctor E , aa hi-entered his noune
in coayllll, village In tho Interior of tliu 8tuU
of New Vork, after a todmua ninlit rid for many
mile. I have bon down amoni; tha nioanulua to
e a man, who tuu nieatuni-cr aaid, wa very elck,
and not likely to live 'till mornlnj?, Tink-m he had
lmniidlaUhylu; and found hint nuirorlni? from a
rattter lmrp attack of colic, which uih fumily
m'.i;ht have relieved In ten mttiU'ca, If they had a
gram of ona ai d two or three almple remettia in
ththoiue. Bull o; they oiuat remain luioranl aa
pl', an 1 when the leant acha or pain takea t hem,
send for a doctor, whether tl.ey iver puy Mm or
"Why, D.iclnr. what kind of oiiui.- remcilija,
yoa ca'l ihem. do you eiert people 10 keep In ih
Uoaae?'1 iwkeil hiwllo.au ihe poured him a cup
of hot lea. , -
"Inthla cae," aniwereil Hie Dm tor, "If they
had only put a BENSOS'S CAPCINK rUKOt'S
TLASTEHon the man'a atnmacli, hp would have
been all rluhl in an hour, nnd caved nm a dreary
In all ordinary complaint" it cure at once.
All dUraen ar eliminated from the ayem .j
what maybe roughly called capulii n or extrao
Hop, or by a nnl;n of the two proc. nees. Ben
son a 1'laalur prumoto both, ft Incites tlie torpid
orcani to act, and aenda Ita heaMiiK, aootliing lu
fl'ienee lliroiih tlie myriad purua of llio akin, All
other ola-lora ohlluu ihu nutleni tn .11,111 ti,i.
Kivehlm hope for to-nioirow. Bennon'a plai-ter
Kire nun neip 10 day. which la bettor, do you
ihink? liny thu CAl'CINK and keep u in the
nouae. rnce 'zs eanta.
bealmry 4l Johniou. Lbembts, New Y rk.
. . w-nn N-rnnr. lt.n.'
urnnini ma, rmn i,
'chapel crgan, v
Pipkinoi ft To., IV
went Jtli Ht. N. Y.
vibrio (Ittri Vl'Iufh vtiif1lin tuf, .
It IlllA I ..l!,,n. "''.lily iid aolillmo
mj aW - - -
MJJLJhJ L ' HVU n,'nni'orompierlltn(i'
;. , Iwj H.woi-k iu your ov. n town
Mv.. llnl iir nitini l.uj nr
rlKk. En rytlilii new. Oaplial not required. ' M o
will fumlah you every thinir. Many nro m iklnit
....i.in. n. i.aniua ninau an mucu aa men anil boye
and glrla make ureal pay Header, If .you wmit
biialbca at which ynn ran' make ftrcnf ray nil the
jM.iu, nriui lorpiiriiciiureioii iiili.Iui iVst'O
eortland, Maine. .
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. '
A rirUtar Oni.luut) or livn nieillpal
Cnl.e,'eJ, Inib been Imierr enrneil III Hie treat
nwiit of ( .JhroiHc, Nervoun, Khin mid
JMIoo.l Ulaesiea thuii any nilii riliviel.ui lu
Ht. I.oiilj, 1 cliy pniHTH akew aoilallolil ril
itenlH know. t'liiiHiiltHtlim ..t nllleenr kr mull,
n-p Mii.t InvlUitt. A rrloiifllV talknr hlanpliilni
Ciista nut li I ii K- lien II l fueoiiven,:iit lo Ult
tlio rlly .ur Irentiiient, mcllelntM run tveht
by nmllor expri.-m every when-, Curaiili- a-i-a
Kiiuranteeilt w-h,'iii doubt xiU tl Is IViuikly
aimed, fail or Write. '
"Normai Pro'tratlon, liability, Mental and
Physical Weaknosii, Mprciiriul and dhor
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impnrltieg and Blood toiaoninp, Skin Affiie.
tions, Old Sorei and ITlcers, ImpptliiDints to
Marringa, Rheuroatlrm, Piles. Saaolal
attention to eaaoa from ovar-worhid brain.
SURGICAL CASES rmiva special attention.
Dlseaacs ariaing From Imprudonoo8,i:xoeaset
Indulgoans or Expoaums.
It ia wlf ev blent lli.il a ihyelHii piivlnit
particular attention, 1. 1 aria. oIchm' attnlna
great hklll, unil iivaieliinx In retrilliir nruelli'i)
all over the eouiiti-y knowing till", lreiientjy.
reeninnieiel en.-ei-lu Hie nlile-l i.ltlce In Aniei len
whera every kimwo iilliinro la ri-torted to,
anil tho piiivod imiiil rxniHiliea nf all
aires and muni Hen aru t. A whole liouxa ti
lined for "llli e inri'0e, nml nil are Ireiitr.l llli
kill In a respecHul .iiianuei't and, knowing
what to do. no rXii'rlini'iit nra mailK, (In He.
ronnl of Ilia urent imiiiiIxt awb'litK- Oio
eharirii are kei. low, nrten lower ti;nn la
ileiimniled hy ollieia ll' you aeeure the tikl'l
and Ri'taaiiifNly nml pei-feet lift, rnre, that la
the Important m ilter. , I'auiiiUU t, ii( imiiea,
aeut lo any aildieia free. ' i i
A I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I r&
Klaitant cloth and ullt Miiillim, Henleil for 60
ceiita in lautarv vr ontn-nry. ,tv-r lilW won
terftll pen pleiiireh, true to lift-. ai'lleleHnii the
Ihllnwlntraulijert. Who may nntrrv. who nut;
why rropcriiiretniimii-v. Who 'marry flrnt.
annnoil,nonianhooil rhvtlriiHut.. Wba
hou In inar.-v. Llnwlirn n.i h.,.ii..u niv Ih, :
.in.i .-.. mne aiiuirtpa ina ronicniviauiiK
viarryinir 111011111 renil II, It oualit lolie reu
PV all adult lnrnnn. thru knit uuilir loek an
ky. I'opiilar edltlnn. aama u above, but iHHr
cover and pr. tt caul or mall, la iMouar
and1 lowest prices in
A puwi-rliil iiej)iiratloucoin-
'OHOll most lv (if Kunntlnl nn
flio most DOtlfitriLtlnir l.lnlmpni
. " uw
um outi viioimDir
disaRreealile effecU of any krtul. It
KUnnmatfam. Sprain. Bmfupn
pains 111 tlm Stomach and Bowel
cts per bottle
ME HUN m!
Ooeuled npinl uih upriiMCil In lanuiueu th.it can
be im er-ii'od; M e iirumpteat, fit lei mid imet ac-
in ml I Mi-Ill 111.111.. 1. u. l.u...un. JM .1... u.i .... .j ,
w nmvT. ( in iii.t Tft-iuu wuria 1
worth atie Hon i'lint i what ov. rvliodv 1 unra
10 llnd in aiiyedl! o-i of Til H SUN. snn-crii tlon:
I'aiiv (I i iiue.i, hv mall rne, a month, or gti w
a yeiu; mjsdav ik ,iike), l.-J0per year; Wikkit
(B pnyn"', $l.-o per year.
J JV K til. AND, I'uhllHlicr, New Y rkdty.
I l VOUC -.- puMicltv; rvidilt-iita of any
J-tate. Deu'erllon, Non Kuppoit. Advice and
ai.plli'ailctia Lt .lump. VY. 11. LEE, Atfy, Zi9
llreadwny, N . Y.
VrEivillpuMb,,.,,.,,,,,,! arnt cm. "f Ur.r Comi.lni
l -l. M. k lll:nh-, liullaMikn, (V..llplki orCollv.ii..t
t.aniitrii ;Ui W.-.e, V.K.'ll.l Mm I HU, h.n Ih. dir.
llnuara Hrkllr ciuflnl with, 'iu.y.r. pulv vrltlilt,
nvnrfill to (ir ntl.r. u,-n. Hujsr rouj,l. Ur. boir.oo.
ininlna 3'i ,ls m will. Kor ui. It ail d,uwl.i,, Hovu. of
i..unti.il, ie ,! Unlltl..i. Tin r,Du.i, niniil.tliirnl only b
JOHN . K:T A CO., 1-1 4 W. l.,li...D hi.. CblcK
trar ti..l 1 . hi ly i.rejj,,,!,,,, rwnMof 3 riBlittaiB.
KsaSth is Wealth !
I'll h. ('. Wiot's Nkkvi! and Hrain Tnr..T.
must, 11 gmirmteiHl fpei-ili'r for llyntoria, Dim.
ne, ('onvMliiioim, 1-itn, Nervoim N'oiirnUtia,
lleiul.irhn, Nervima rnwtnition emiHeil liy tho nun
nfiiUioliMl or IiiInu-co, Wukofiiltittwi, Mentnl Do
prriinioii, ISnftntiinK of tlm Brain retnilting in in
Hitilt.y ml lemlinit to miwry, dot-ay ami death,
I ronwititro Obi Airo, HarrcnneHa, Jxwh of ixiwec
in oittmr box. Involuntary Joanca ami Hiairinat.
orrlm-n finwwil liyover-oiHrtion of tho brain, M-lf-nlmB
or nvnr.indiilKaiioe. l-iieh box contuina
olio nioiith'a troiitinent. l.lUa box.or six boxes
for$fM),Hniit Ijy mnil prep oil on receipt of price.
w: f.r.tit vxTKi: hix iioxkh
'J'o euro any caao. ' With aaoh ortlnr mtwivml byna
for aix Imxeit. itrnonuainied with Jy.U), wo will
ariidtliopnri-liHai'riiiir written Riinrnutco to re
fund tho money if tho tn-ntniottt UuoaiiotetToci
a cure. (iiiaiuntKoa inBtieil tmiy by
II A UUY W. SOIIUII.
Irii!ilat, Our. (,'onimerclal are. A lain at., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
J ha Howard Onlvanlo Hhluli!
Hoilourntnr r.lautro tlal
viiolo and Miuiimtio Apiill
oa and OnrmaQta ara a
Kr, Faralyala, lthaumatlun
ot VIUl trwrinr, Overwork,
d Oraln, Wak Bwk. Kid
nay, Llvar, and SKimnt-tl
rompbilnla, and areadiipt-
etl tO l-lTllKH nKX. 1 OnW
vary latat Ira
provad, and an
fromnalta and nil
othart, aa (buy
nolda, oaaaing ao
Mirtx, nor Irrita
tion of the akin
oan ba worn al
work ai well aa
rt only notloa
ab la to warr.
nt ataaaa of all
in ol twaHt.
Tiiumi for M EM fJWT.Y t mm .ui.
thu Mini ot dlaminH, na tbay art dlraet niio Narvoua,
iiuiieiiiiir.ana nru?. 'nlMr, aimmllly n-atocinM
tliHVltnllty wlileli la Lilwtrlvlty-druined fromthaaya
torn by aiciwa or Indlarrallooa, thy lima In a natural
way nvureonm tint wHknaa wlihnut ririiuulnu o, .t.,m.
iieh. Thy will euro avary cum ihort of atriH-lurul da
Knarntliiu, and nr prwpnrml to furnUh tlia moat
Mmiihntlo itnd nh.nhita pr,H,( ui aiipport our olnlina,
llliial riUKil t'nmpblut Fraa.or aunt awalad for tic pnalaaa.
AMIRIOAN QALVANIO OO.
1 8 N. eth St., St. Louie, NT
, Nouroono, fimw ,Nive-l,ifi, Slrenctli and
J'";1 I'OMilve rostm-nllvA for tlm Los of
alai-ly ViKorui YoiiMfr. Mlddlo-Aged and
Old Men, no innlti-r from v,lintt-ani. in Nr
yoori Dol.iUty, Exhauatlon, Impotenoy,
Bmiinal Wfnikiif, una kindred ailment,
jlih fst uidard Rotneily la aoertaln ouro.and
oitil ainii MiilereiH, wh,, mu statement ol
llielt- troitliloH, it (imntltv aiinieleiit to provQ Its
vlrtuo will In- ent Free 0f Coat. Address.
. o aK.tVJi9OHE MEDICAL CO.,
. O. Boa 2494. It. Louis, MO.
JOHNSON'S ANOOYNI LINIMtNTHl
positively pravantthlibtrrihladlawuw, and will pnaU
llTlrurolini rwma nut nf ten. In format ten that
will anvn many lin, win freoby mall, Doji't ier a
mrtin.,nl.. l'n..,iiOiTi l. iMiltrr than euro. I. N Jilllu.
piM A CH, RONTON. MANH., f.irmrl.rBnoo,Ma,
t r r inaoNa- i t au.vxiia hum niasa uew ncn Moo
Monroo Sti., Chicago.
W tl I rfiet tw.palil in in)r if .tPfaJS In sir
BANU vATALQQUlf I
r inuritintiaii r.ini rp, nvitt,
lliata. H.m.IrK rVn.i (Kit ft taw Um
i I . J
tt chub iut.a UibWk
itft'M rnt AhiMHii MMtlaW ft
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