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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 'BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 26, U83.
EV I D EN CE
'Letters of Gratitude
from those who have been
Bestored to Health by
- That CONSUMPTION CAN
- BE CUBED by their use, r
no one cart doubt who r
" will examine the
Bead the following Letters,
and then 00 AND 8EE
THE PEOPLE who
From . Soldier of Illinois,
Di. J. H. Schkmck: 1
Dear Sir I herewith lend ou an secount of
the wonderful cure jrour medicines effected, on me
in tbs year 1867,
1 served in the army from tUt to i860, and from
Xreat exposure in camp,ao from being confined in
ndersonville Prison (or nine months, I returned
10 my home very much broken in health, t wa
loon attached with a dry, hacking cough, which
wai continuous night and day. 1 had night
v inxi my uca w m aoaaea wits
Iibiimiiwu every morning. piy lungs paines
me very math, and I I rut flesh to fast that mj
weight, when 1 commaiced to uu vour medicinrn
-as only 78 pound, whereat, it was 14s pounds
before I was taken tick.
I was told by my physician that I had Con-
lampiioa, ui wis was alto the opinion of all my
friends. 1 used your medicine steadily for about
jour montns, ana they entirely cured me, as
iTE uu no return 01 lung trouble since, or in
fact, other illness. I believe your medicines saved
Corporal of Company A, 85th Reg'u Infantry
DecifciMi. Pekin, Taiewell Co., in.'
P.S. I could tell you ef others who have taken
yvwucuiuuts wiui great Dcncnt.
Dear Sir-In the Sprinf of iSto I contracted a
ever cold, which settled on my lungs. Ten
months afterwards I was ; completely pros tr at ft.
tad confined to bed. I was induced to try your
medicine, and began using it on the 6th of Jano-
1 Jk V miKinni. a t oaa ocen
f " puranidii uiai were was no nope.
; The brw. bottle cured me of bleeding at tho,4urgs.
Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about rive tnniks, I
was completely cured, and have enjoyed 'good
health ever since. After using it one wtatCthsre
'was radical change in my condition. In the first
five weeks after I got out of bed, I gained sixty,
nine pounds. I can refer you to many persons
who are familiar with my case: among others, I
,ntiM I W CV.A-. , .V. - 1 1
entt. I cheerfully make thu statement, that it
No. 408 S. High St
Da. J. H. Schinck :
' Dear Sir My son has been cured of Consump
tion by the use of your medicines, and I wish to
give you at account of his case. His sickness be
an wnn a neavy coin, wnicn soon brought on a
arsh, dry cough. This keut him awake niirhta
so mucn, mat ne oecame very wean Irom loss ot
sleep. Then he had night sweats, with great lots
ef flesh, pain In his lungs, and he frequently raited
bloody matter from them. He was obliged to give
p all work, and afterwards was confined to his
room ana Deo lor a long time. He was advised
to take cod liver oil. and did take several hnitlra
but this seemed to take away what little appetite
he had, and make him worse generally.
At Lur. from reading in the oarers of the manv
rves you had made in serious1 lung diseases, we
cmciuaca to give your meaicinet a trial. He took
the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Man
drake Pills as you direct, and I believe that it is
ii uicir use inai my ton is now auve ana wen.
He ft now attending to his business as usual.
FutSauB, Conn,, April 13th, 1881. 1
From St. Louis, Sfo,
Da. Scmsnck t
Dear Sir I have used your Pulmonic Syrup
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills In my family
for years, and I have always found them good and
reliable medicines. I believe that they will do all
that you claim for them.
Steamer John B. Maude,
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Line.
; r St. Louts, Mo,, Dsc itth, 1879.
' Da. J, H. Schbxck i '
." Dear Sir In the Fall of 1871 my son was taken
aiclc, 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.
lake, an intimate friend, told me how good your
medicines were for such diseases, and advised me
to give them a trial. I did so, and he soon began
to gain flesh and strength, and finally was entirely
eured. I cheerfully recommend your medicine'
to all who are similarly afflicted.
tours Truly, ' '
' PORTER LEONARD, '
Corner Ninth and Pine Streets.
From E. Brainerd A Son, Druggists,
j - Ravm, Ohio, No. it, iBSi. ,
Htftas. J. H. ScWnck ft Sow,'.-' -"
, . Philadelphia, Pa. 1 "''
Gents We have sold your medicines for the
last 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.
We cheerfully recommend them as being reliable
E. P. BRAINERD ft SON.
. Saoimaw, Mich., Nov. 17, 1881.
Da. Scmsmcx t
Dew Ssr-tUsI Winter my wife " very lew
wllb . ConsamiAion. She had hat nhv.i, in.
tsndinit her for some time, Ian they could not help
her. She found no relief at all until she began
jsing your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed -Tonic, and
Mandrake Pills, Under the influence of these
medicines she regained her usual health, and
to-day without a trace of the disease. Vour
were the only things that cured her.
JOSEPH L. LANGEVIN,
With Nathan's Clothing House.
Ravenna, Ohio, Nov. i, 1881,
Mkssm. J. H. Schinck & Son,
Gents Your medicines are having a large sale
in this town, and are giving good satisfaction.
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of this place, hat been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
I have beard of a number of others who have
been greatly benefited by your medicines.
I have sold them for a number 01 years, and do
not hesitate to reevnmend them as being first
From Akron, Ohio. Consumption Cored.
". Akron, Ohio, I
Da. J. H. Schinck: Feb. 17th, 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 case. In the Winter of 1773 I was pro
nounced an incurable Consumptive' by every phy
tician in Urn place, as well as several in Cleveland.
1 had all the symptom couh, night sweats, great
debility and lots of flesh. I was reduced in weight
from one hundred and fifty pounds to eighty
younds. I had given up all nope of recovery,
when I was told by Mr. lames Scanlan that he had
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 1 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 use your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not ta
ken it two days before I felt great relief, especially
in the seventy of my cough. I then look the Man,
drake Pillt and Seaweed Tonic, and 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 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. REILLf
From llenry Morgan, Esq., of Spring
Pa. J. H. Schknck:
Dear Sir In the wintsr of i86j, 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 mghts
and racked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not weigh more than two-thirds my
usual weiebt. I was at that lime living at Chico-
pee, Mass., and I consulted the best physician! in
that place, but they onlygave me temporary re
lief. It was the opinion of all that I was fast go.
hi into Consumption, and I was advised by my
friends to consult a prominent doctor of Boston.
I did so. but hit remedies did not benefit me any,
although 1 took them for a long time. I was
very much discouraged, and thought there was no
hope for my recovery.
- About this time 1 happened to read your adver.
tiaement, and among those who testified to the
benent they had received from your medicinet, I
noticed the name of the Kev. Henry Morgan, of
Boston. Beinir personally acquainted with him.
although no relation. 1 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 they would
cure me if 2 was not too far gone.
1 at once began us.-ng the Mandrake I ills, sea
weed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as directed by
yos on the printed wrappers, and I soon saw a
marked improvement in all mv svmctoms mv
cough began to get better, my appetite improved,
the soreness left my lungs, and I could sec that '
rat rranuai v eetnnr stronger everv oav. 1 con
tinued with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirely well, and although my business is one tnat
is considered injurious to tne lungs, tnrass nn
liner) I have enjoyed good health ever since.
I thoroughly believe in the curative properties
ot your remedies, not only Com my own experi
ence with them, but from tht cures I have heard
of their performing among my acquaintances,
anme of whom were verv much worse than I was
You are at liberty to refer to me, and I will
cheerfully answer letters from those who ore
No. Cirew St,. Springfield, Mass
From a Prominent Itrtiggikt of Katou
P. J. H. Schknck.
Da Sit i I have used your Pulmonic Syrup to
my family for 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 vein
at my drug store, in this place, and have never
had a single complaint that thev did not do all vou
claim for them, i cheerfully recommend them as
aioi-uass remedies in every respect.
s Main St.. Eaton Ranids. Mich.
icicmucr 9m, ioso.
From Cyrus Laverty, Esq., of Charloti",
Chronio Bronchitis Cured.
Da. J. H. Schknck.
Dtn Sm : Nine years ago I was suffering with.
a severe bronchial affection, which reduced mn
verv much in flesh. I had a severe coueh. witl
hoarseness, and sometimes an entire loss of voice.
ror several montns 1 was compelled to give up
my work, and 1 was sick for over two years. A7
this time 1 was trying many remedies that wer
recommended to me by my friends, but without
any benefit. At last, Mr. J. S, Upton, of the firm
of Upton & Brown. Machinist, of Rattle Creelr.
Mich., advised me to try your medicines, at the
same time telling me that it nad cured him of a se
riout affection of the luncs. after spending hund.
reds of dollars with physicians without benefit.
1 tooa nis advice and bought some ot vour medi.
cines of Schuvler Bros., druceisti. of this olace.
The first bottle gave me great relief, and after us
ing several oouies, was entirely cured, my cure,
m wm. mu.Hvu, i- rv, iMuiini,, a, 1 ,,ac I J Bi. ,,u
turn of the disease. 1 candidly believe that your
remedies are the best that can be used in throat
and lung troubles, not only from my own expe
nence, nut irom many otners Wilt I Know Who
nave usea it wiui great oenent.
Ch-AJtLom, Mich., Dec 8th, i88u
MAN DR A KE
do not produce sickness at the stomach,
nausea, or griping.
They act directly on the Liver, the oi
fan whlob, when in a healthy condition,
purifies the blood for the vhole body,
In CONSTIPATION' they oleani
the stomaoh and bowels with
out dlapoelng them to ub
They are tho'only perfect preparation
of MANDRAKE, tnat great substitute
for Mercury. Their In not their equal
in the whole rauie of Cathartic Medi
cines known to man.
They, are bold' by : Drnfrirlats Every
where. lr. Pclieiick'ti Hook oil Consumption,
Liver ('ompla'iit and Dynpepbia Is Kent
free, post-paid. Address
DR. J. If. SCHKR'K & SOS.
The Daily Bulletin.
A Poas.tnt, who had ofton hoard that
Truth vn a Juwul lyin nt tlio bottom
of a well, one day ilesortniod Into lili
well to Hoaroli for thn treasure, lie
skinned his kiiet-H and elhows, harked
liis no, run an old fork into his foot,
and nhiycrud around for six long hours
befor.j his wifo tlmw liiiu tip and asked:
"What ' in (.loudness' uauio were you
' riding down thriv?"
"Looking for Truth."'
"Why I could have told you lx;ffre
you went down that vou were the bg
pest Fool in America!
Yon can jret more Truth than vou
want around any well-curl).
TflK RUI.OK A Vt TUB SHARK.
A .Sailor who had fallen ovcrlioard and
was speedily interviewed by a Shark,
cried out to his enemy:
"Have pity on a man who is down!"
"My friend," replied the Shark, "a
mau who keeps himself above water is
of no uso to me. Now is my time!"
A man who falls overboard in busi
ness can expect no favors of the sherifl'.
THE FOX AND THE FA KM Ell.
A Fox one day made a call upon a
Peasant and bitterly complained of the
custom of sbuttinw poultry up nights in
Fox-proof pens. "It isn't because 1 suf
fer at all," added Ueynard, "but how
uncomfortable it must be for the poor
Fowls. It is their condition I wish to
The Peasant took the matter under ad
visement, and next evening he neglected
to shut up his Fowls. Next mornin ' ho
came across the Fox just as he liad
finished feasting on a fat Pullet, and
cried out: "Ah! this is the way you take
to pitv my pour Fowls is it?""
"Well, you see," grinned Revnard. "I
feel very sorry for the Fowls, but at the
same time cannot afford to miss an op
The man with ten acres of land to
sell is the clnp who first sees the need
of an orphan asylum. Detroit Free
The German Barber.
J. II. llaynie the Paris correspondent
of the t'hicngo yews says:
An American gentleman of my ac
(ii:tiutuui'c oiiee entered the yhop of a
(ierumi barber this was not in Snvnnv
for a shave. The burlier wriiniteil nn
old door-runt, or sotnetrnir of tho kind.
around our friend's neck, took up u piece
of Miap, p:it on it.ind started to lather
the tourist's f;it e. The latter protected:
"N It your custom to operate in this
way. lie akeii.
( h, no, mi1," said the barber; "I only
do mi with si rangers."
"Aii. indeed! Well, how dnyoit lather
otir ri'iiubir ciiMomcrs?"
"I spil on their faces and then rub on
Coi-oi.LKHs and Cold. A vounL'irirl deen
ly reu'ieltcd that she wag no color luaa and
cold. Her face whs too while and her
hands Slid feet felt as though the blood did
not circulate. Alter one bottle of Hop
liiiicis inn iM'cn taken tliti vu.s the rosiest
snd lienltbiest eirl in the town, with a viv
tcity and cheerfulness of mind pratiryim
to tier menus.
This beautiltil refuge from summer heat
'inn ami iiiii.-(UIoi s, m now open
fcr the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose, medical
qualities have stood thu test of
more than sixty years continual use, the
wtttcis of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the leehle and hcslth to the sick. Thetc
Springs are in a mountain valley wIiofc
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, juttui;' out hero and theru in
fantastic li'ipcs resembling beasts and birds
, The woodland paths are a continual torn j
tatiou to long and delightful rumbles of
winch one forge's to become wuftiy,
AN AltTI KICI A I. LAKE
for boating and fishing bag been added
to the naturul scenery, bounded nn one side
by cliffs at whoso base tho water reneh.'S s
depth of ten to HIteeu feet and thu . other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whole
coveiing several acres of ground.
"No. 1' the "Iron Spring"has properties
that are unsurpassed as a toulcnnd is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" thu,'Mdguusiul"i8Ruuvur failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" dots
tho bust nei vice as a wash for eiuptions or
liseiiscuf the skin.
Anew bath house in by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted ; thu beds 'are furnished with mattresses
and springs; now cottnges have been built;
thu riiuing-rnoiu is large and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a , tlrst clasi steam
hoat cojik all, for the summer, at $8 00 per
week ; children undur, 12 years, second or
separate table, half puce. , ,
Parties , from Cairo cn take an early
broaklast at home or si Vienna and arrive
at the Springs , in time for dinner; faro
across by hack 75 cents ir by private con
veyance for three or more 73ots. to f 1 .00,
trunks extra. J, K. Lemeo. Prop.
r. O.Allen Spring, III.
BleenlcHS niL'llls riimln miuirul.li lm tl .t
tetrib In nniiTli Wliil,.l,' i... i .1...
uii iruuiviB win ICIIIU'
dyloryuu. PaulO.Hchuh, ageut. (U)
Jsmes W. Cook, UM Clark Bt., Chlcsgo,
..... any,. i.rown s iron nitters has entire
ly Hired me of tlyspt psia."
five of Charge.
All pursolis suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, L bs of Voice, or au af
fection ol thu Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to cull at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery' for Consumption, free of
charge, which will couvince them of its
wondcrlul uieiitH ami show what a regular
dollar bize bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Why suffer with Malaria? Emmy's Stand
'd Cute Pills are infallial.le, never fail to
euie the most i.bstinate cases; purely vege-tal'le.-;',1)
J'rojisy and llheiiiuatisin.
Drolisical fill 1 1 RIiimIM Hlil- ln.ruonu ilmt
the Use of Speer's Port Orapn Wine, nt New
Jersey, of incalcnablu benefit. Its purity
nd valuable properties have given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Kumpe. This wine
took the highest premium at the la'e Cen
tennial. It is eX' cIN nt for weaiy and de
bilitated leinitlfH, oi.d used by the best fsni
dies in New oik as hii evening tmnily
wine. For sale by Paul. G. Sehuh.
WeiiK (iivcn Out. On receipt o vour
uddribs we will in ke an oll'.-r by which
y..u can enrn : to 7 evenings, nt y.nit
h"inc. Men, Wi nun, Boys or Girls can ib.
it. II. ('. Wilkinson &, Co., 1!),-, rd 11)7
Fulton Street, Ne York.
All old Man's Iie.Iief.
Have used f.tiker's Ginger Tunic for my
bad C' Uh and beinotrhagc 1 hud twenty,
five years. I feel like another man since 1
U!ed it. Am lift vcn itu
sure to cure younger persons. A. Omei,
For years Mrs. Lydia E. Puikham has
been contending Willi the terrible hydra
known as Disease, with what sururisiiur
success many who were in the serptnt's
coils will testify. Often has tlio powerless
victim been suatchid from the open jaws ot
the doblroyer. In smiting the beads of
this monster Mrs. , Piiikhmu's Vegetable
Comixiund is far more elficAeious tlmn tdu
pnctsscsol potential and actual cautery.
Advice, to Molheis.
Are vou disturbed at ui" Kt mill luiiki'ii
. , . ---is--- -
ol your rest bv a sick child KiiflWinir nml
tiyiugwith pain of cutting teeib? If so,
semi at oncean.i get a but lie ol Airs. Wins
iow s rsootning oy nip lor uniilren Teeth
ing. Its value is liioileulable. It will re
lieve the pisr little sufferer immed
iately. DcDfll.i lltliin it. llliltherH. llii.ru iu
no mistake about it. It cuies dysentery and
diitriliieu. reulllates the stoinuc h mikI I
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re-
uuecs inuammatioti, aim gives tone and
cneri'V to tin' wlinli aikti.m Mm U',.,c '
r- ... v .y.i .'no. ,,iiin
low's Soothing Syiup lor Children Teething
: ..i...... .... . . .i . -. !..
in nunBiini iu uiu issie, iiimi is tne pre&cnp
tionofoueof the tddest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
l l.. r. .it .... .
aim is uirsaie oy aii uruggisis tnrouglioul
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
An old eciitlcujan in Mar vbilul kuiil lm
una raiseu nis istuily r.n "Si Hers' Liver
?.: 1 1 .. ,i i . . ...
tins, nun considered lliem almoM s es
sential to a family as bread. That's due.
To The West.
There ate a number d mutes lending to
thealKive-nienlioned seclion, bui the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Lui'u nod
over the Jlifsouri Pscitic Kaila. Two
trains daily are run irom the (irand Union
Depot, Saint Liuis to Kansas Cily, "Leaven-
win in, Ateiiison, tt. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Prthice Sleeping Cars of the very
it. i . i. .j ii .
in if n i ihiim; nre HUK'nctl to nil Trains.
At Kansas ('it v Union Detiot. iihssmuccv.
for Kansas, Colorailn. New Mexico ami Cal
!frnia """"ect with expiess trains of all
At Atchison, Connection is made with
express Irams lor Kansas and Nebmska
At Onuihit, connection is made w ith the
OveiUud train lor Cslilorma.
This liue oll'eis to parties tnroiite lo the
West and Northwest, not onlv ln.t lime
and superior accomodations, but beniititjil
scetierv. as it nasses through the finiHt rmr.
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. rVud for
illnstrsteil maps, paitiphlcts, &c, of tide
line, which will he mailed tree.
C. B. Kl.NNAN. . P. CllANDI.klt.
Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mmikinu r.iimnerits ailments, Ion most
among them are Nervousness, Nervous l)e-
biliiy, snd unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs: Allen s Brain Food bucci Scul
ly iiveniomcs these troubles and restores
the sullerer to his lornier vigor, f I .-At
Wo recommend lily's Cream Halm in
every cuse where a cure lor catarrh is called
for, nml m no instance have wn hoard of
disappointment. Wo consider that wc are
doing the public a setviee by makinir its
viuues Known to those aillicled with Ibis
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
nstsnces a perlect cure. Peck Buns .
uruggisiB, urand Kapids, Midi.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet I ireiitli
secured by Hhiloh'g Catarrh reinndv. I'llee
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
f)l(. ICl.lKvV fJlllil. Vtft.tru I ).,,., -
mu iiimvui ui inn itcj lor n'l wxvu (Iichmiw.
All lUjt.i.i.,.0,.1 r n i . s .
la i s in niuiu t ii i pi mnii tii ii. i r vtii
I i i s. vit s w wri il vii
pi ii a hi I'lurii'lrla I ft,
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. ';
Ht'MMRlt LAW I.RcTtrHRH n. ,i,iiv h.
Bin Win July, 1SH3, aud end Uth biptmi or. Ilavs
proved or.tanal uaa, isl, to sludwits who des trn
"! fx' ndlws atlhls oroihnr baw chool j
Vll.tO I hdSO Who IIIIIIIMU.I Ii, mail iirlVHtnlv , nil llri.
to prsotltlouors who have not hsdihe advantsu'ii of
sysniiiisiio insirurllon. Kur elrciilsr anpiylP. O.
UnJU'wU; of Va ) to John U Mluor, l'rof. Com
suumai,, i,aw, , , , . , .
'b'tw'11' ,'a"lful "0,l,lnu 01 'b j
k ' T
B f O O r bttU, For Ml b? All dniir
OttlO. Yum mraUoa UiiaiNtpor, sM
The' largest stock
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS.
' MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
. , ; : AND
You find at
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
' 110 & 412 N. 4th St.,' ST. LOUIS.
r-jr rnoPS applied to the sartaee will
and a most Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not TSofl ClffiS',
nr dUoolor the 8kln. or leave Olsaereealile cflecU ot any kind. It
hasKO iRQQAi.fortl,B dure of Rhwmnttsm, Sprains. BrVu,"
Itiffi2lnt' Neuralgia, Liune Back, Cramps, Tooth-Acbe.
J? "wt Pin In the Limbs or to any fart of tlio System.
allf! fft enlllL Mv pfllialmiu fn all inl..u l C . . . v. ' ,
reiinlrlnK a iuwcrful diffusive
ibb. juur vruKKisi jur ii. iTice
l'reparcd only by JACOB S.
AlHep a Rainy Hide a ( dimti-y Phjsi-
t iiin ii'tm unat He Think1 or
"I wish to crnclons somu peuplu would Wuxn
wbeu thtiy tired doctor sua wlmn tl.oy dnTt,"
exclaimed Doctor K , ss In'. onlcrBd his house
loscocylltt!o vlllaiioln tho interior of tlio 8tnt
of New York, sftor a ti'dmin uilit rule for mny
nillus. I have buen down union I ho inouiilalus to
sec smnu, who tlio mossoncer sid, whs vpry.slck,
and notllktdy to live 'till morning, an'eHS tie had
Immidlsti bulp; and fouud htm sumirliiir from a
ratner sharp stiack of colic, which bis family
ru!i;ht have relieved la ton mlt.uios, if thoy had a
gram of tunso and two or Ihreo simple remedies In
the hoiife. lint no; they must romimi ttiioraut as
pil-s, aal when the least atho orualn takes them.
smd Tor a doctor, whether tlioy tvor puy Jilni or
not." : ,-. -1 ... :
Why. Ducior, what Wiud of slmulo rcniedljs. a.
yon caMlhcm, do you expect people lo kei p In hr
hoaseV aakod x wila, as she nourud hiiuacnn
of holies. ' .
'In this case," answered thn llnrlnr. "ir thv
had only put a BENSON'S I'APClSIt I'OllOUb
l'LS.STBUon the man's stomach, he would have
been all rUht in an hour, and saved me a dreary
riao." . ,., i
In all ordiuury coinnlalut It cures aL oiirn.
All diseases ars ullmluated from tho av.iem It
what may bo MURhly called eipulslun or extruc-
lion, or oy a union of tho two processes. Beu
son s Plaster yrornotet both. It Incites ( torpid
oraiiK to act, and sends lis beal.'uR, sooihlugin
fl'ienco llirouli thu myriad pores of (ho (kin, AU
other plasters oblige the patient to -fait. They
Ifivohlin hopo fur to mo-row. Benson's plaster
give him hdp to day. Which Is better, du you
IhlnkJ ll.iy tho CAPC1NK and keep It In the
bouse. Price 25 cents.
KcabiiryA Johnson, ( hoinlsls. New Vi rk.
. 11. it K b'Tr.V 11
urtiiUMI VOct. i'iaun.
Mild'0' ,u !d
r " "Slop (H nan.
CHAPEL 0R0AN. $70.
Pwkinsoh k Co., Vi
WeHtllth St. V. Y.
7lfinot, li'c la we,(ipln liy, go
I' V' ' I 'and dare lieloru yen die, sunn..
t'ltnu mluhty and suhlime
lenvu hebiiiil locoii(iiur timo."
fiia week III your own town
I' iv,. DollHr mi t III IV.,, V.
risk. hverylliliiR now. Oipllal not required. We
will ruriilsh you everything. Many aro mnkl&K
fori lines. Ladles make as much aa mm and boys
snd jilrls make peal pav Header, If you want
business at wlilch you ran inakn ureal pav all the
time, wrllo for particulars to 11. HAl.hKTI' CO
"ivibiiu, in J i ij u ,
617 SL Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rcnlir riHoliiHtM or twn nieillral
rolleire, ban I ..u lomu r i iiKiipeil In tin, tlent
liieiil ol' 'liroiU,.; Norvoun, lini nmt
iilonil DliMnes IIihii anyolber iiliVHleimi In
St. I.ouls, aa city niieri kIi.w nml all el, I ie..
lll.llfrf LllflM. I '..I.L II..H ... - t
........ n....... . .--.i,,i.. ,., ,,i,ii-.,, mn ninn,
fl ee ami Invltiil. A li lemlly lulk or Ills oiiluloii
CiKUnoililMir. Win. ii II Isim'iiiivenli'iil tovl'ilt
iho city .or treitloieiit, ineillelueK cnu lieaent
ny mall or express everywhere. Ciirnlile i nea
iriikru,,,..,,.! u.l,i.i. .I....I.I ... I.I. I, I.. .' I ,..
staled. Call or Write.
Norvous Prostration. Dobility. Mental and
Physical Weaknnss' Mercurial and othir
lojrtlons ofThroat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and BIood Poinoninir, Skin ArToo
tions, Old Sores and Ulanrs, Impedimsnts to
Marrisgs, Rlieumntlun, Pilos. SpeoisJ
jtttont.lon to cws from evnr-workod brain.
SUBOICAIi CASES rnealvs upecial nUnnJion.
Dlssasos arising from linprmlonocs, Exoeweij
IndulgsflPJS or Exposttrns. '
It Is setf.m lileiit ' tlnil s iihvkli'lan imvlnir
partlrular slleiilluu to rln meases altiilim
irrsal skill, ami. plivsirlaux in rrmilar praetlen
all over tlio eoiiutrv kiiowhiK Mils. rreiunlly
reeoinmeiid easesln tlir iSili-M i rtlfelii Ane rku
where every kninvii U.ililiire In resorted lo.
Suit thn nrnvetl irnoil l-rmoillpa of ali
aires and I'oiiuti'leii are ueil, A whole hoiihS In
iiaed loroltli a pui'ii4, and all nrelrenled Willi
skill In a reieeinil iiiHiimr; ami, knowing
whnt to do. no vMiei'l uieul. are iiihiId. lnini'.
count of thn k'lnit iiiiuilier nipl Inu, thn
ehiii Kes hii' kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by olhero If you M'euve the nklH
, ami Ketaspeeily ami uu leel UlV. euro, that la
thft liiiiui Unl milter. Pamphlet, is) pases,
sent to uy,dd's ftiw., r, ,
t'ixL ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, ! p??i.
' Klsxnut rlotli and uiit nindlau,' HM rbrM
rsnts in posliiite or eiirreiuy. liver Ally won
,0'l5 Mi'lectx. Who may marry, who not;
vhmild many. Umriirxaml hpplu-s aiav b
J1iitsaliinrl. T im.it s. aiI. ..t n...nivl.llHis
l"r"H, irue ui iini.artirieaan llie
hmild inany. Wow I Iff ami hpplu-saiv lis.
,.iri,-,i, i noie . niarncii or eonitnieiaiinB
riarrylnii. houli rea.t 11. , It oualit tni t-.A
CY all adult pervuii,, then kept under l k and
ry. Populsr edition, annie as above, hoi paa'r
rover and IW pavw U cunts by luall. Iu ummmV
and lowest prices in
A uwih1ii1 in iailiiintoiii
iMised mostly of Kssentlal Oils.
I lie most penetrating liniment
stimulant. Bee Mrroll's Almanac.
bo cis per laittie Irij
MERRELL, Cj I
ST. LOUI8. MO 1
i v b' v ir
Pecidert opinl nis expmfseil iu lanvuiiRe that can
lo uii(leriimili ilia prixninesl, fu'li ami mu.t ae
final liil.'lllaeiirr if whatever in 111 wine world Is
Worth stle linn That is what vi rvhtidy !a sure
to And in any edit on uf Til K SUN. inscription:
Iaiiv (4 paEes), by mail, f,Sc. a month, or n 50
a yiuri Misoar is pai-os), $l.iper year; Wirklt
( pHj;si, $1.10 per year. .
1. W. K GI.ANl). I'libllsher, New Y rk City.
I )IVoKCES.-N,i puldlcliy; residents of any
l' mato. Dessertlnu. Nun Hnppoil. Advice and
anplii aiiens l.ir stamp. W. 11. LEE, AH y, i39
Broadway, N . V, '
WE mill iv llu aliurt t.td Inr uf out nt ! Compl.tei"
!1v,l, Si, k ll,i,l,.tl,t, Iii.IIk.,1 ion, C..u,tlllo. or Ciillre,
w. .vol tir. with Wort Vni.nl.U Uin HII., wh,n Ih. Sine
IMn,tr ilrlitly cimnlwd villi. Itxjruri purrly rr.liilil, u
n. T.r fml w ,.il.l.,i,,n. Supu. l',lta. Urn b.,m,
uiuli.g Wl p, cou. K.r Ml. I,r 111 drufiil.l.. HVir of
C,'.".','l'r,. "'' J"'l. Tl. t-nuu,. n.ni,fMlUrl only b
John c. kst to., mi a isj w. n si., ohiLi
f rw llltl (w, 1.,,-t unl l,y u, tlM,J u ll411 ,( 3 sml lUullfc
Health is Wealth !
ln li i; Wrht's Nkhvk ani Hrain Thkat.
KENT, fi (jiuirintooil specitiii for Hysteria, Ilizzi,
nox, t'onvnlsiiiiiH, ViU. NnrvouH Neurnlia,
lloailarhn, Nnrvoiia Priistnition ciiliHed hy thn use
of aluoliwl or tolutroo. Wilfulness, Aluntol Ite.
Iirpssimi, Hoftflniiigof thn Uniin resulting in in
wiiiity ami londinir to ininpry, decay ami death,
l'roiimturo Obi Au, Jbirrennesa, iom of power
.u eiihor aix, Iiivoliintury Ijokhih ami Hpormar..
irrhrrn chiimwI by over-oxertum of tho brain, self,
ulmaoor ovpr-iiuliduenoa. l'JK'h box contains
iinn month's treatment, f I.nOa box.ur six boxes
fur ixi, sont by muil prevudon reooi(itof prico,
Wifl a VH.tNTKE H1X MOXKM
1 o euro any cmso. With ouch onler rooeived byus
for six boxna. necniuiiiel with f.UXI, wa will
Muni tlio pureliHwr our writton KiHrnntie to re.
iiiiiuiiio money ir tim ireiitniiintuoestiutunuet
avuru. liuurauUMSi iwiuuil unlyliy
IIARKY V. SOUUII,
Ilrnunlst. Cor. Commuri-.ial ave. A lHih at., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lb Howard r)alvnnloHhll&
ana our otnor Kwctro Unl-
vhiho ana ftinauedo appll.
aneM aad Uarm.ata ara a
sura cure for Nt,rumlbl.
Ity. ParatTnta. HhAumMtUm
of Vllultnaray. Ovurworli.
ad llruln. Weak lliuk, Kid-
tiivar, sad HUimacta
nuliilnta. and itraitfluiit.
d to KlTHKR Mkx. Then
very I h toil lm.
Droved, and an.
sthers, aa Ihoi
wills, eaaalns do
soma, ncir Irrita
tion of tba akla
oao ba worn al
work aa ll aa
nwt only ootlca
abla to WHarnr.
nt stuues of all
n.M. .u.. n. .
... .-.uniii. iii.ihi nir Biun unli at oqca must.
thM s.iit ul iIImmi, aa thay ai'l itlrsei upoo Narvoua.
MuxMilar and (o-nanillva Ocnlma, simwIIIv rrntorlnit
thavltallly-whluli In Klectrlelly-drulned from thai).
wm liimiwa orlmtlaurntlona, they thus In a natural
way oymmiiua Ilia WMtkoaw without druuutnit h Horn
aeh. 1 hay will eur. .vary oiuw abort of tniolurnl dn
Mnar,il on, and wn in praiiarad lo furnish tb. most
miihiilln and ahanlula proof to support our claims.
Illustrated l'autiblt Vraa.nr aaot saalwi for Ro poataaw.
IUitl.1!!?. f AMIRICAN OALVANIO CO.
1 3 1 a N. Oth St., St. Louis."
Nouio.onn, (new Si'i vo-I.lfp, Slrem-lli mid
A imiri l ,i posiiivp resinnuivH for the Losa of
M"ly Vliror In Younw, Mlrtdla-Aged and
Ulcl Wen, no iniiller finin w lint euiiae. In Ner
vousi Dobility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
iiinlriHl WeHknisa, Hint kindred Hlliiienta,
lhf. btmdarrl Romody is a certain onre.Kiid
to HII Mleh auncrera, who send a atateinent of
ilielr trim hies, a uimntiiy siinii'lont lo prori Its
vlrluo wll I be sent Fr of Coat. Address.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNI LINIMENT U1
poattlraly pnivantthlsterrllUadlMNH., and wUl post
lively our hin MM nut nt tea. Informntlen thaS
will wi niany Un a, arnl rrm hr mall. ln'l dvlay a
, momsnt rr"'nll"0 Is Ni lor than eura. I. H. Jolt N
? N CO., liKsriiS, M.4SM., formerly "l son a, Ma,
srl'Aasoss' tl'naatirs llLia mak. u.w rich bluud
A week nisdn al noma by tha Indus-
irinua, pen nuainess now ntrorstha
Pllhllrj t'anltal not nri.l. lv
Will ! r I Unit. U.M teMMAM I. .
and xlrls wanted evorywhsro to work
. , .-."w ip mv ninn. inn can
work In Itirtn thnn. nr ia amo vhi ii ,..
business. No othsrbuslnss. will pay yon tirarl
aa well. Noonsoanfalltomak. suormous pay.
by soKMolnir si odm. Costly oatltand terms ftii
Moiiav mana raat aAallw. ilhn..LU a aa
1 - 4.
TBUS A CO., AnasU.aiuna,