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TIIK 'DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNINd, MAY Ut 1833.
Letters of Gratitude"
from those who have been
Restored 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 GO AND SEE
THE PEOPLE who
From Soldier of Illinois.
Da. J. H. Schinck t
Dear Sir I herewith tend you an account of
the wonderful cure your medicines effected on me
in toe year 1007,
I mrA In lha nrmu fonm .0. .0 .-.I
- w whj; Hum IB'JI 'J low, I1U irODS
treat exposure in canip,a.lo from being tonnned in
An1raraivill Prifin Inr niH. . U I .
' i"l IMUS UiVlltlia. , iciuiuca
to my borne very much broken in health. I wai
ooa attached with a dry, nicking couifb. which
was continuous nicrht and day. I lud night
a saw la mn mmmmm k . u k. . -A t .a
pet tpi ration every morning. My unj painc4
me very much, and I lot flesh so fast that my
w-u only 78 pound, whereat, it wai 14s pound
I Waa told b mr ohvaiciaji that I hA Cnn
Sumption, and tbiiwat alio the opinion of all my
your mcaicinei neaaiiy lor aoout
iwir Bonuu, ana mey entirely cured me, a I
have had no return of lung trouble since, or is
fact, other illness. I believe your medicine tared
a, j m4
Corporal of Company A, lsih Rtj'U Iniaatry
De . Mi. Pekiru Taiewell CoTlU.'
P.S. ! could tell you of other who hava takes
Ca.J.H.Sc.c-. Pssscaar toth, iSS. '
Philadelphia, Pa. .
Dea Sir-Io the Spring of 1M0 contracted' I
wnicn eeiuea on my lung-i. Tea
swaths afterwards I wai completely prottrattd,
..., ,1 1 . . .
u uiiim 10 dco. 1 wai induced to try your
medicine, and began uaing it on the 6th of Janu.
!JL!l!i,KUlW"Euome "i?1"1"- I bad been
j. . -- ..7 i.jsiLiin i.i mere wu no nope.
The irS battle rnml n, n M.. .u. iT
.'v.un a, uiv tunKS.
Alter uaine your pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic, and Maodrake Hills about 8tb months, J
waa completely cured, and have enjoyed good
nealln ever since. After tiling it one week, there
Mrs m mH i- I rkimH . .. . j..: 1 . 1 r-
- .-.,v.vUu in wy tunaiuoo. in uie nrsT
fin m)f afta I ha. ..a 1 1 f . a
Dine pound. I can refer you to many person
Who are Lunmar with . -. i i
-nenuoo U K. Sboai, Aothony Gettltr and my paiC
tnu"u-,j5eerfull,r mke utemcni, that it
' " AiiuLtcu as 1 was
WM. LANGENDORF, 1
No. 406 S. High S.
Da. J. a Scmnck :
Dear Sir MY ton hat hern ra4 nl rnntninn
tion by the w of your medicines, and I wish to
ritc yuu an accuMuiui nil case. in sickneM be
an withjheavv cold, which inn k.,.u
barah, dry couch. Thia kept him awake night
ao much, that n hrm. u.-, l. , .
. .' .... ' w "tfia low 01
i5P'k 1 1 11 "iRht sweat, with great loss
..m, mi ui iu.iK,.iiu ua irequenuy raised
Dloodv DlAttfr frnm lhm U..a ..k.l 1 . .
up all work, and afterwards wu confined to his
room and bed lor a long time. He wu advised
". iiTcroii, ana 01a une several Dollies,
but this seemed to take away what Mule appetite
bahlH.lnl mikAhim ii.. r'
At laai, from reading in the papers ol the many
,xre you had made in serious lung diseaies, wo
tnnritAA . i .. . .
t yur mcuiunea a inai. fit 100K
tnm PiiImmu. c 1 .
ionic, ana Plan
drakt Pills as you direct, and I believe that it ii
doe to their use that my son la now aliv and well
He is now attending to his business as usual.
- A. FOSTER,
ruuam, Conn., April 13th, 1881.
From St. Louis, Mo.
Da. Schinck 1
Dear Sir-I have used your Pulmonic Syrup
scaweca ionic, and Mandrake Pills in my family
for years, and I have always found them good and
rtliablemtdlctr.es. . I believt that they will do all
that you claim lor them. '
W. H. BLAKE, Captain, '
Steamer John B. Maude,
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Lint.
St. Louts, Mo., Die. istb, 1B79.
.Dear Sir In tboFall of il7t my son was taken
lick, and several of the prominent doctors of this
olty pronouDced his disease Consumption. By
their advice, I took bin South, but the changt ol
climato did him no good. Soon alter this, Cam,
Blake, an Intimate friend, told ma how good you 1
medicines were for such diseases, and advised me
to give them a trial. 1 did so, and he soon began
to gain flesh and strength, and finally was entirely
eure.?' .' cheerfully recommend your mediclner
to tU who ar similarly afflicted. .
Yours Truly, , ,
Corner Ninth and Pins Streets.
From E. Braluord A Son, DrngglsU.
, Ravinh, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1881.
Msmm. J, H. Schinck ft Son,
Gents Ws have sold your medicines lor the
last twelve years, and feel confident they will do
"VoVavsMised your Mandrake Pills ourselves,
and know of several remarkable cures made by
your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic.
W cheerfully recommend them as being reliable
Saoihaw, Uic., Nov, 17, U!t.
Ooa SWImi Wlnwr mi wlfs wM sty W
She had had physicians a-
tending her lor some lime, Imt tlieycould not help
..... "... ;' i an unui sne oegan
jsing your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and
Mandrake Pills. Under the Influence of these
medicines she regained her usual health, and
a trMiay without a trace ol the disease. Your
were me only things that cured her.
JOSEPH L. LANGEVIN,
With Nathan's Clothing House.
Ravsnna, Ohio, Nov, is, 1881,
MrisKJ, J. 11. Schinck & Sum,
Gents Your medicines are having a large sale
in this town, and are giving good satisfaction.
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of this place, has been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
. I have beard of a number of others who have
beeo greatly benefited by your medicines.
I have sold them for a number 01 years, and do
not hesiute to rectnmend ihem as being UrSt
class. , II. WATERMAN.
From Akron, Ohio. Consumption Cared.
r 1 , Akson, Ohio, I
Da. J. H. ScHSNCKi Feb. ith, 1881.
Dear Sir-Having been asked by many in regard
to your medicines, and the benefit I bad received
from them, I have concluded to give you an ac
count of my caso. In the Winter of 1873 1 was pro.
nounced an incurable Consumptive by every phy
sician in this place, as well as several in Cleveland.
I had all tbe symptom cough, night sweats, great
debility and loss of ttcsh. I was reduced in weight
from one hundred and fifty pounds to eighty
yunus. 1 iiiu given up an nope 01 recovery
when I was told by Mr. lames Stan lan that he bad
used your medicines
good ctlcct, and he ad-
vised me to give tbema triaT.alihough I do not think
he believed they would cure me, lor I was so sick
at this time that no one thought that I would ever
get well. I thought, however, that they might give
me temporary relief, and with this object I com
menced to ue your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not ta
ken it two days before I felt great relief, especially
in the severity ol 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. 1
was too sick to do any kind of work for two years.
Your medicines 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 I be
lieve your medicines to be good, and that they will
do all you say they will do.
Yours Very Truly,
J. A. REILLY
From Henry Morgan, Esq., of Spring
Da. J. H. Schinck i
Dear Sir In the Winter of 1863, having been In
delicate health from weakness of the lungs for
over two years, I took a heavy cold, which settled
on my lungs and completely prostrated me. I had
a very bad cough, which kept me awake nights
and rvked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not weigh more than two-thirds my
usual weight. I was at that time living at Chico
pee, Mass., and I consulted the best physicians in
that place, but they only gave me temporary re
act, it was toe opinion 01 an tnat 1 was tast go
me 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,
although 1 took them lor a Ions; 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, and amonir those who testified to the
benefit they had received from your Medicines, I
noticed tne name of the Rev. Henry Morgan, ol
Boston. Being personally acquainted with him.
although do relation. I concluded to write to him,
as I had some 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, and he believed tliev would
cure me if I was not too far gone.
1 at once began u:ng the Mandrake rills, Sea
weed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as directed by
you on the printed wrappers, and I soon saw a
marked improvement in all my symptoms my
cough began to get better, my appetite improved,
the soreness left my lungs, and I could see that 1
was gradually getting stronger everyday. 1 con
tinued with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirely well, and although my business is one that
is consiaerea injurious to tne lungs, torass ne
ither) I have en loved eood health ever since.
I thoroughly believe in the curative properties
of your remedies, not only from my own eperi
ence with them, but from the cures I have heard
of their performing among my acquaintances,
some ol wbom were verv much worse than I was,
You are at liberty to refer to me. and I will
cheerfully answer letters trom those who arc
- Yours Truly,
No, aoo Carew St.. Springfield, Mas
From a Prominent jiriigKint of Katou
Di. J. H. Schinck.
Dea Sit s I have used your Pulmonic Syrup lo
my family lor the last fifteen years, and consida
t the best remedy for lung diseases in the market,
I have sold your remedies for the last ten vtara
at my drug store, in this place, and have never
had a single complaint that they did not do ail you
claim for them. I cheerfully recommend them as
arsi-ciass remedies in every respect.
- it Main St.. STalnn I.nlrf. M!-h
December oth, 1880.
From Cyrus Lisverty, Esq., or Chariots,
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
Da. J. H. Schkncst.
DtA Sit : Nine years ago I was suffering with
a severe bronchial affection, which reduced md
very much in flesh. I had a severe cough, will'
noarseness, ana sometimes an entire loss ol voice,
ror several monuis i was comDC lea to o-tva un
my work, and I was sick for over two years. AT
mis time 1 was trying many remedies that wer
recommended to me by my friends, but without
any benent. At last, Mr. J. S. Upton, of the firm
of Upton ft Brown, Machinis's, of Battle Creek,
Mich., advised me to try your medicines, at the
tame time telling me that it bad cured him of a se
rious affection of the lungs, alter spending hund
reds of dollars with physicians without benefit,
I took his advice and bought some of vour medi
cines of Schuyler Bros., druggists, of tins place,
Tbe first bottle gave me great relief, and after us
ing several Domes, was entirely cured, my cure
I am satisfied, is permanent, as I have had no re
turn of the disease. 1 candidly believe that your
remedies are the best that can be used in throat
and lung troubles, not only Irom my own exoe
rlence, but from many others that I kuow who
cave used it with great benent.
Chaklotti, Mich,, Die 8th, 18S0.
. LIVER PILLS. :
do not produce alcknM At the stomach,
nausea, or griping.
act directly on the Liver, the 01
fan which, when In a healthy condition,
purifies the blood for the whole body.
In CONSTIPATION they cleanse
the stomaoh and bowels with
out die posing them to sub-
Hwiucnt t'ostivenebs. .
They are tlio only perfect preparation
of MANDRAKE, tnat great snout tute
for Mercury. Their is not their equal
in Hie whole iun C of Cat bin tic 3Idi
cIiich known to man.
They are Hold hy I rugjrht Every'
lr. Mionck's Book on ('oiisuniption,
Liver Conip!a:nt and DvHpephia is sent
irce, post-paid. jUldms
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
S.ir nyfiiM Ri-jriHlur: "Mr. Linegar,
111 liiKHpm'h liufuro tliu liutiHii of rt'prcHt'Utv
tivib mi Thursday list, iu anbwer to the
ultuu r'pOHt;d clmrgfg llmt the saloons.
ure the grunt ami lending cuuso of inimni
ty, i liiiry, crime ami paurMirinni, produced
iliu lollnwiiij; Btstititir.fi taken from tlio cen
sus ol 1880, from tho lal.lfcH of Kev. Dr.
VYim'H, tip'irt defective, dependent and de
iiiiiiient cIuhhi'F, which tdiowo conclusively
die falsity of clinics. Maine lias had pro
t ction kinr.it IfcJW. Tliu slntes Ri lncted for
coinrmiison, Alaliam", Arkansas, Iowa, Kin
s us and Wisconsin were all, up to 1880.
khIdoiis license or local option stales
. Mtini is the notorious tenipcmnce
at uie, where the highest s'atti of iiientil
health and uiornl sUnilini should hy this
timu Imve b:uu alUinud, Thirty years of
altbolutc prohibition ought lo have rid Hist
siutu almost entirely of insane, idiots,
ciimitialH and paupers, if the panacea, pro
uiliitiou, is as efficacious as its friends
claim. Yet we see froulho statistics fioui
this unquestioned source that Maine has
one imjiine person for each 420 of her popu
lation, she hag one idiot for each 483 of her
population, she has one criminal for 1,585
of her population, she has one pauper for
each 420 of her population. Wisconsin is
notorious, fur its dimillirief, breweries aud
saloons. It Iihs been called by the prohibi
tionists "whiaky-driukiug, beer-guzzling
Wisconsin," andif siloons bring with them
the train ol evi is charged, Wisconsin would
be the most lusanc, idiotic, criminal-class
and paudcriZ'Hl state in America, tnd so
disgraced that a Wisconsin man would not
dare to look a Maine man in the f-ce and
peak the name Wisconsin. But these sta
tistics show that Wisconsin has only one
insane person lor each 521 of her popula
tion. She has only ue idiot for each 737
f her population. She has only one crimi
nal for eu'h 2,1U! uf her population. She
has only one pauper for each 047 of her
population. , Prohibitionists, ruaik thedea
tinction in the ratio of crime in Maine aud
Wisconsin. The census shows that Wiscon
sin increased her population, from 1870 to
1880, 24J,8-i7, while for the same period
Maine only incieaeod her population 22,
iJi'). I hese tacU show cither one of twi
tilings: Hut prohibition or unfavorabl
legisUtioii diKg not lessen the evil confe
q nonces of the ue of a'cohol ; or that the
u.-o of ali ohol is not followed by the evil
coiiseqiiiiif -s which are charged against it
In oitluT case, fair minded m n should lie
willing to allow municipalities to govrn
themselves in this matter, and refrain from
intending with the local option la-, which
st ems so well bdapu d to thvvariotis phases
of the qui rtion as they preaeut ihemselvus
t' the people of thin Male,
Hon. Walter Evans, of Louisville, win
waa nominated by the president Monday
as commissioner of internal revenue to hue
ceed Gpcu B. Ilium, is a lawyer, alxjut 41
years old. He served as lietitt nant in th
federal army during the war; was elected
member of llm ' legislature from Christian
county in 1871; senator from the nan
couuty in 1873. Four years ago he was
nominated for governor on lhek Republican
ticket and made a canvass of the state, re
ceiving a good vote. He is a quiet, unas
sinning, clear-headed Christian gentleman
and it is believed here will make a capable,
Coi.ojii.kss and Colr. A yiiuntr trirl deen.
ly regretted that bIic was so colorless and
cold. Ilirtiire was too while and he
hands and feet felt as (hough the blood did
not circulate. Alter one bottle of lion
is liters nan ucen taKcn eno wrs the rosiest
and healthiest pirl in th! town, with n viv
acity and choerlu'ness of mind gratifying
10 uer menus.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat.
uuta buu moxuuuoea. is . now nm n
for the season.. Three .never-failing
Springs of coldest wator whoso medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, tho
waters of each of a different kind, servo ft
different purpose in bringing strength to
tho lueblo and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a niouutain valley whose
sides are of purpendicular cliff a hundred
foit high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic Hiapea resembling beasts and birds,
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to ' long and 'delightful rambles of
which one forgots.to become weary.
AN ARTIPICIAt LAKK
for boating and fishing has been added
to tho natural sccuery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whoso base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
s gradual slopo from the' hills, the whole
covering several, acres of ground.
lro., 1" the "Iron Sprlnff"has properties
that are unsurpassed as s tonic and is almost
s specific for malaria. '
MNo. the"Mgnosla,"is a never-failing.
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and tho "Alum Hpring" does
tho best service as a wash for eiuptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath Imusti is by no means the
least among the fittest additions.
The cottag.sluve been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds are furnished wiih mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is largo and airy and tho
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook-all, for the summer, at 8 00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breaklast at boiiui or at Vienna and airive
8t the Springs in time for dinner; fare
acrohs by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or morn 7,"icts. to $1 00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemen, Prop.
P. O. AUen Springs, III.
The Dodoi's Eudoruemcnt.
P'. W. 0. Wrluhl, Cincinnati, u i,d th noli-
joined profmisfonal (mdormmunf, "I have pr
Hcribui Dr. Win. Ilsll's rL.m f.,r tl. Limns in a
jrreal iinmlwr of esses, and a w with siivikss.
uiu'cssc In I sniruinr nss kIvi n up by sutural pby
tciaiis who bad burnt railed in for consultation with
mjrl(. 1 bstiatiunt bail all the symptoms ol ron
Driinid cnimimplion culd ijl'ht w. sis, hm tlc
Trvrr, haransi u conn , tc. ilu com in e, cud 1111
lueUinU ly to R. th"Uer and was s.en restored to
his imoal besltb. 1 have s!mo found Dr. Win. II ill's
lla liam for lli.i I.iiuks ths mot val:islilu cxiiucl
oisnt f. r tmskmi; up ri'Hres Inc c. Uih and cold
Ibsl 1 Lsvo cvr oswrt "
Uiirno'a Cnturrh himll cin-a Catarrh and si af
fe.ctloo ofthi. mucous trsmihrHiiti.
Sleepless uighls iiimle miserable ly tl al
teiriblc coiih. Shiloh'u (Jure is the n ine
dy for you. Paul (. Schnh, Rgenf. (3)
If you need any Carpels, Lace Cuit.dtis
and Window Shmbs it wi 1 be to your in
terest, to call on F. W. HoBcuthal '&. t o.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements every where it is truly gratifying
to find ouo remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach aud Liver Complaints, 1)h
eatscsof the Kiduvys and Urinary diiti-
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, pive them a trial. Sold at
ufty cents a bollle by Harry W. Schuh. (3j
James W. Cook, 354 Clark St., Cbicngo,
111., says: Brown's Iron Bitters has entire
ly cured uie of dyspepsia."
Advice to ilotheix.
Are you disturbed at ni-Jit and broken
of your rest by a Bick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth if If so,
send atouceaudget a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s Nothing byrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. If will re
lieve ihrt MKir little eufTcrcr imined
lately. DepeuJ upon it, Mothers, there is
no Mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhieu, regulates tiiu slomach and bow
els, cures wiud colic, softens the gums, in
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole syMem. Mrs. Wins-
low bootlung SyiuplorChildreu Tceihing
is pleasant to tlio laste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United Stutes,
aod is for sale by all druggists thrnti-hotit
he world. Price 25 cents a bottle,
For years Mm. Lydu E. Pinklouii 1ms
been contending with the terrible In dra
i. . . . 1 . . .
anown as nisease, wiiii wiiat nirf rising
socce?s nitiny who were in the s tim ut
coils will testily. Olien has the poweilefs
victim been siiatelud from the open inftsof
the destroyer. Iu hunting the heads o
this monster Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetnbl
Coinpound is far uiore efficacious limn tli
processes of potential and actual cautery.
Diopsy and Klieuniat sin.
Dropsical and Khenn aiie persons tin
the Use of Speer's Port Crape Wine, of Now
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit, lis purity
ami vnliiiioie properties liave uiven it
wide reputation among physicians throng)
out 111 ib cotiniry ami r.urope. hub vine
took the holiest premium at the lute (.'Ln
teuuial. It is txeellttit lor weaiy and de
bilitsted fetuali s, ai.d Used by the best Pun
Hies 111 aw J oi k ns an evening lannly
wine, rorsaie oy i uui. t.,. ncnuii.
To The West.
. There are a number ol routes leading I
the above-mentioned section, but the dime
and reliable route ia via Saint Lmij am
over tho Missouri Pacific Hailwav. Tw
trains daily sre run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Lonvcn
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph uud Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
lit est make are attached to nil trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas, Loioracin, inow Mexico aud Cal
!f?pia """"Oct with express trains of al
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxprecs trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omn!iN,conucctiou is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parlies enrouto to lint
West and Northwest, uot only fast tint
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tinu of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
lluhtrated maps, pamnhlcts. Ac. of IhN
line, wincn will bo ma ei free.
C. It. KlNNAN, V. ClIANIII.KK.
Ass't Wen'l Pass. Agent. Oen'l Pass Agent.
DHeiise, Propensity and Passion. briniM
i .1. :.. j 1 . " . . .: o
iuniiiium linmiieriecb ailments, tonmost
among thoiu are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera.
tive Organs Allen's lbain Fissl eucceiaful
ly overcomes these troubles aud restores
tho suttorer to bis former vigor. It. -At
f , " . 111 .
itiamuivon UUt. tin ror.eint o vour
atlilress we will m..ko an tilfer bv whicl
you can cam :j to 7 eveniiiKS, at your
home. Men, Women. Huva or Oirls can Ho
it. ii. v. Wilkinson & J., 195 and 107
ruuon otroei, jnow York.
Catarrh Cured, health ami sweet breath
secured by SblltihiCalarih remedy. Price,
50 Cents. NllSal Iniee.lnr free Hold bv
DK. KUMB'a GeKATNeRVK ItKATokltkf'l
the marvol of tho una for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Bond to 001 Arch
street, Philadeloia, Pa.
The largest stock; and - lowest . prices : in
M ATOF08, LACK I OUHTAISS,'
You iind! at
f. v., aosp;strrj-iA L5
. : :,i:.4io.&'4i2;y;;iti.st.-:iST;!.!Lorjis.
and almost Instantly RELIEVE
nor dUoolor the Skin, or leav
lias wo vxtVAh for the Cure of
(Stiff Joints , Neuralgia, Lame Back. Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
it " fiuni in tne .Litmus or iu any nan ol tlie riystem
Sl,3l?lS:i!S!f,ll!!IJ.'l.,llrts '!' ll.ln Stomach and Bowels
. u ruui uiuiwrn
ask your DniKKist for It. I'rlce
Prepared only by JACOB S.
After a Rainy 'Ride a t onnfry Musi
cian Tells What Ho Thinks or
"I wiMh to RTurloaa r-omn pcoplo would lium
when they tited a doctor ami wben tbey d .u't,"
exrlalmud Doctor K , no Ue vnti-rnd his home
lnacoyllttlvlllKcln tlio Inlrrlor of tliu StHtc
of New York, altar a tedious nlht rule for many
miles. I hare tBn ilowa amonn thu inreiiiUlu to
see a man, who thu mutfmvr aaid, win very sick,
aud not likely to live Hill meruit)!?, nn'ei.. ha hurt
immcdlut i help; and fooad him mifTerlnx from a
rainor sharp stuck of colio, whiih l.U fhuiily
niliiht have relieved In ten mli.ntus, If l-y limi a
grain of uno a: d two or three simple r- nuilfen in
the houre.. Hat 110; they must reintm ,norant an
pl?s, aii1 when the UaH ncha nrpuia lakes 1 hem,
send fur a doctor, whether tllev ivnr p 1 y !iim or
"Why, Doclor. .what kiudyf sliupln rcinedijs, ni
you ca'l Ihem. do you expect people. 10 keep In I he
house?" nuked triwltn, as the poured him a cup
nlhotiua. ;r - . '. , ..
"In this cag," answered thu Oudor, "if they
had only put a IIKN SUN'S CAPCINK TOHOUh
rLASTKKoti tho man's stomach, hu would have
baen ill rtxht iu an hnnr, and invert me a dreary
rlda." : j , , . . .
la h11 ordiuury complalnu it cires at once.
AU dlaeanea ar ollmlnatcd from the syicrri hy
what may be roughly called expulntMn or extrnc
tloe.or by a unlou ol tha two proc sn. 1) :u
sou s Plaster promotes holh. It Incites r 0 torpid
oratis to act, and aenils Its healing, Hoothiusin
fl'ience ihronuti the uiynsd pure of 1 1m kln, AM
other piaster oblige the patient to They
icivehlm hopo for to nio'row. IJi'iisoh's plaster
Klve him hslp today. Which la better, do yon
think? liny the CAPl'NK ami kuen Ii In the
house. Price "Scents.
Sealmry & Johuson t'homUt.H, New Y rk.
UPRIGHDOl t. lium.
aj' st V V .
V ".Mop urgan,
CHAPEL ORGAN. $70,
IiiriiSKoM & Co li
Wfstlllh ft r.
T7S( V riA"01' I''8 fweepniijliy. gt
I ' IJ W' I nnt dare helore ynudiu, sonii
Ik llit I "'ility nnd anhlimi
X. ) jJ rv JL '""T0 tx'htnd to conquer limn.'
. fawti, iu jrutir own low u
rive uollar onitll lr N
risk. Kvf rythlnu new. I'splial nut ri'(iilred. V
will fiimlah you everything. Many urn iimklm
fortunes, l.idle.s ninko as much as men aud hoy
mm Kins nisan ifrfllll pay rU'Snor, ir VOI1 w,.l)
luialuoss hi which you can make creai pay nil the
time, writn for particulars to II II l.l KTr CO
runianu, Maint. v
fil7 St ChirloB Strett, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A iunlir' lrniliiuls or-two medlral
roliei;i i, linn Ih'I'ii luiiirer cunnKi'd In 1 1 Ireiit-nir-nt
of 'hrouiit. Nufvoim, fc-lint nnd
J'1'1 HlbtMtes I hull Siiy ulli.r lihvili'liu In
8t, l.oulj, m clly iwperx sliaw ami ali oldrel
deiils know. ('oiinltiiliiii iilNexnr at mull.
I'reeiiiut Invited. A friendly MlM or iiis ohlnli.ii
costs milliliiK. Uhi'ii Ii Is iii-ii l.., r to visit
the ell y .or treatment, lileillelliv :m l,wnt
hy mall or express ,.-vervwhere. I'lii ilde i s-es
rui.rautiHMl: where doubt exists H is triiiikly
stated. Call or Write. ., ,!..,
Wirvous Prostration, Dobilitjr, Mantal tod
Physical Weaknma, Mnrourlal and other
ftfTecHona of Throat, ' Skip and Bones, Blood 1
Impurities and Blood Foiioninjr.Jkii Afflic
tions, Old Sores t& Uloori, Impadimnnti to
Marrlsga, Rhitematinn, 7 Piles. J Rpsoial
attention to mos from over-wdiked brain.
SUROICAL CASL3 reooiv spBial attentbn. 1
plaeases arising from Imrrudsnois, IxosssoSj '
Indulgnnfia or Exposum."' '
, - vw ,1 II I
It U self-eMdent ifmt II ihtlelnii paving
parlii-illar alti iiflou fo avlnw iileaiuui tlliiliin ,
Kreat skill, and phvSli luix in reiiuliir prnetlen
all over the roiinii v knnnluK tlii, freipiinlly ;
reeoniinend ''iMfstnihe nldesl i.rflee fn Anmrlea. ''
wliiHi every kuyivu applluuen Is resorted In. ,
and the teovil uttoil icttixdl nr all '
sues Slid i-niuill Ins m r u.Cil, A hole house In
ued fhrnfHea pui'twi'ei., unit si) are I rented wllh ,
skill In a rr.w,-Uu- lutiuiit i-: inul, KiiuwIiik ,
Khnt lo do. lioi xpei Inienls are Insde. On ae.
rmint of the urent uiiiiilirr appltlnii, the ,
rlmrttes nri kin. mv often tower than Is
lli'lllHllilell liV HlliiTs If villi sei'lil',' the skl'l
and Bet a speedy and ptTfei t III eure, lluil la
Ilia InipiM'liiiit niiillrr, I'siuphUt. isl pniiet,
lent to any sddreis rni'. t.-ui ,
fine tiilDOfarr rinnp
260 . ,
pLATts. ( idftnniHuc uuiut. pag
Ktsillllt rlolll aild llllt'lill'i.lli'iir K. oln'.l ftif Ml
rriMi, in iiusinaefnr eiirreiwyi over filly wou,
ilei-rut iteh pieiuri-s. Iriio In fill. ni tlelenn the
WlnwIuiiiMilijnets. Whs) may niarry, who not)
ihy? rntiKsr age tniuarrv. Wlin mnrry SrsU
Xanhnna, Womanll'S.H.t rhvalnal deenv. M ho
liniild marry. Howllfr sml ipplne rtmy Im
incrrasnn, .1 uoaa i nmrrifil or .('nnwnipiailll
niarryltig should read 11. It onulil In he res
py all adillti itrssnno. tlunt krnt ander loek am
key, ropiiUr cilllliih. aanieasalsive, "til paiwr
over and StsypaaM. atswaU ttr wall, lu auMteif
1 "'--Vtfc.'"- "1
A powerful iireiutriiLioii ooiu-
liosei uiostlv of Kmentliil no.
Tliu most peuetratlntr I.lnlmnt
mii Tn?-.iVi 'i?."4'
dlitanwahl. BfrSS rrf tSSTT.'
Rheumatism. 8iil..llTul 1
miiiiuiam. rjee iiicrreu n Almanan
BocU per bottle
Ui;-nli (l r.pli ( n xpressca In lmtuRe th.it can
l-e Mudurvo(; n. uroinpuat, fu irtl Knj m., ac.
rnrsl tin. Iliuenec of whumver in ih.. wide world Is
worUi an, itoii That is what evu vlmity Is sure
ut And io imy edit t of I'll SL'N. hnhscrii tlon:
"Aiir (4 naj'i's.). hy mail, r.nit a monlh, nt M SO
y ur; minkav puses), $1.50 p,.r year; VVkrklT
IB isae', $l.eo per fear.
.' w- t OI.AM". l'lihii-her. New V rk Cltv.
resiilents of any
uU,lr" 'Jl-" ertimi, Xon Kuiipoit.
i.iin am ns n r siLmp
rtr,.Hiwiiy, N . Y.,
W. II. 1.EE. Att v. i9
w II jnr t b.ntrd Inrsnf m. of Ll CowrUtel
1 1) .j-jaij, h.. I, 1, ui, Ii.,IiS.,i,.,, r,ll.lloo ordtltMU,
MK.l t, WM', V, ,,K.i, j, 1 ,,, ,h, d,mu
IMHi ilrl llr r..ni,!;,.4 li. 1 liry ,rl pun lv lui
a-vrt .. l e,r uWdM, Fifirsr rm.l lrt tmm,oa.
isii.I'.K :m Ii.ll., K-i rem,, For l, dnwirl.ii. Ho.lt, uf
r.,urlr.lii0 tallnijii,. Thi f ou nt nwnalKliirxl mlv bv
' '"-T 4 ff., hi . ,.. j,,., cwai
trtv II, J , U.- wu 1, ,,,,n ( (...!.. ii rururtef a MlUaifc
Heal is Wealth !
Ui: f. V kmt's Nkiive ami Dii.mn Tnn.T.
riiEvr, h aiianititW eixicitio for liystorin. In'rzu
iieKH, ('oiivilhioiis, KiIh. Nurvuim Netiinlpia,
rt'noarnw, norvoiix rroarrin ion caiiaed ny tlie tisa
of ulonln',1 or tobneeo, Wukidulnoea, BleiitHl Do.
lnss!on, rtofiHiiiiiK of tlio Hrain resultiti in in
JHiiity aixl lemliiiK to mi wiry, deeay Hiid rleatli,
rreniiitiiro OM Ajjn, lliirrenneha, I,iws; of xiwer
kn eithnr sex. Involuntary lessen ami rSpernmt.- ,
orrlut'ii eaiiHiMl liyover-exurtion of thobrHin.aelf.
almso or ovKr-iinliiltriMito. Kiu-h box contains
ino month's treatment. tl.Hm lix.or six Itoxes
for $jj), aunt Ity mail invpHiUon n-cuiiit of price.
To rum nny cubo. With onrh order riHioived bynB
fur six Imixoh. ni-iinipaniel with we will
eomt tlio piirchaaer our written cuuruntco to re
fund the money if tha t rent men t.doea uot effect '
Qc uHi. (jimrautoeH lsBueU only hy
HAUHV VV. SOlIUIf.
rrui;i;ist. Cur. Commercial ave, ,t lath at.. Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tho Hnward OalvaaloHhlslit
sun our ninnr KlactroUsN
vsdIo and Mnitatlo Apull.
sncea and uarmnta ars a
llr. Faralsls, Itheumstlsm
of Vital tnergy, Overwork
d Urnio. Wask Diu k. Kid-
nay. Uvar, and Htomsch
compliiints, and are adspt
ad to KlTMKR Skx. Thus '
vsry lntst ln..
proved, end an
from halts and all
othars, aa tbr .
itcids, caaslna aa
suras, nnr Irrita
tion of the skin
can lie worn at
work aa well aa
rvmt only notice
a. hi v .,"', ,
tl iUiiu of all
Is of UHusnt, Tlu for MIN ONLY at one raws. ,
tha siwt of dlsxitse, as thsy set direct itnoo Narvous.
Al l,H.,llui. .ml lUny.ullu , ,,u ,
. l , . . , i - , . , ... y",..w,. iw.1117 rvaiAjrinM
the vltsllty-whloh Is Kleefrlrlly drained Vom thasys
luiu by sums or lndlscrll(ins. Ihey Ihus in a natural
way ovsmoms tha weuknnts without druiuilng tha atom
sell. Tbsy will cure avary owm nhirl n(ttiru..iri,i it
nnarHtliiD, and w ant praparad to famish tha moat
rmiinmiu nun uii-iiiuin pnsir to support our clslnis.
ousirniiiii rsropBiat rrtw.or asnt senlsd for o poslam. ;
t.Vu 1?.' a !" - AlvHRICAN OALVANIO CO.
tm IUti f v 3 1 a N. flth St.. 8t. Loui.-Mw.'
NotirrizonB, fimw Nerve l ife, Streimtli and
i I 'nr i Is ,1 ImisII it 11 resljit'iil ivn fnr llm T.aa nt
PVti V1,,0r '" YotinK,. Middle-Aged and
OM Men, mi innlter I'nuii hut cause. In Ner
vous Jjfbillty, Exhaustion, Impotency,
SemlriU JWnnkn-ss, Hint kindred iillnienis,
i Ins tit indurd Remedy is a certain ours.aml
o nil sueli hulterers, wiio actnl u ataleinent of
tliolr Iroiihles. ii llimnlllv sunieliiiit In iirni i Its
vlrtnt) will Lo sent Free of Coat. Ad.lreas,
- neuho2QNE MEDICAL CO.,
P. O. Boa U4. ItrCoMls, M0.
"JOHNSON'S ANOOVNE LINIMtNT l
irttlvlyprntthUtcrrtulndlsrse, and will posi
tively eure nine cns out of ti'n. Informsticn thst
wlllsavaatauy Uvrs, si'nt freeltr nutll, Don'lrfrlar a
ttinineiil. prvrenMmi la lii'rtnaneiir. I. M.JoS
SOf A tm liiiNTON. un., r irnnriy ihs.h'S, M.
Itrl'nsvNa' I'i'Iiuativi Mam nuke nsw rich viouib
fK Mat k A woek made i
11 i V W Itrlous. Ileal Ii
la inhlte. Capl
f 1 I Zj""' "arl yo
V ""and girls want
A woek tnadeal homeny h mdna-
i nusineti now be rots lbs
pltal not needed. Ws
you. Men, women, boys
ranted every whs t a work
for tie, Now is tha tin. Yna mb
work In siirte time, or give vour whnla tlm. in tha
business, No other hlitln. will lia unit .,la
a well. Noonsoao falltomaka oanrnoas par.
by enitsirelfiif at ones.. Coitly out St and tefraa fr
Money aiaiU fast, easily, ssdkfMortbljr. Addrata
TKWI CO., AujruiU.maiaa.
I. - tf ,s
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