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ERf i an REMEDY
. . CURES
Rheumatism, neuralqia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache. Toothache,
ort Tlirnnt. Nw Filings. Npralns. liruJsts,
sauriiN. ramma. mm smea,
. . airn 11.1, oiiiih hiiiiii.v rms im iinr..
M bj imijjul- i.4 lickc. nrr !.!,. Km; Ciuu belli..
'irnriwioi IB 11 i.sn.K.r-..
TIIK I M A III. KS A. VOGf I.Kft O.
uA-wii.LUiiCU.) Blilawr. S4- l.S. A.
Rick Headache end relieve all the troubles IncJ.
Cent io a bilious mate or the system, each as llix-
atnees, raueca, iirowsiness, umtresa altercating,
P n In tho Side, Ac. While their most remark-
able success has beta shown in carina;
HaehcyMCartfT'eLlttlc Liter Pllleareiinaly
valuable In Constipation, cnrlng and prevcuting
thia annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of tbe etomach, etlmnlata tho liver
aud rtpilme the bowele. iiven If tkijr only cured
Ache f hey wonld bcaltnost priceless to those who
suller from this distressing complaint; bat fortu
nately their goodness dura not end here, and those
whooore try them will find these little i. Ills valo.
able in ao many ways that they wlllnot be
to do without Uicm,
iub aitcr an sic ccsu
Is thebane of so many lives that here Is where we
make our pruU boast. Our pill euro it while
Clhers do E"t.
Carter's Utile Ilrer Tills are tery small and
very easy to take. One or two piHe make a dose.
They are strictly rep-table and do not gripe or
pnrgn, but by their pentlo action please all who
usethem. Inialints!5cents; lire forf I; Bold
by druggists every wbue, or sunt by &aiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO . New York
THE BEST TIIIXG KNOWN
In Ilard or Soft, Hot or ( old Wutor.
?AVES I.AHOK, TIMF oml SOAP AM.X7..
NULY, and tnves uiiivcriil SHlNriti-liou. N'C
luinily, ncti or poor, bbonld be without it.
Hold by all (irocers. UbWA Iti: of Imitatloni
Well deaiune.l to mibleaU. I'liARLINK is the
tl.M.Y siAI'K labor DKViiis coiiihjuiuI, aud bi
VtU'a bears the above symbol, aua uiimu of
I'YLE, NtW YOJtK.
IH! CUSAT SLDOD USE!
Liver and Kidney Itcmetiy.
I Oomponndwl from tho well known
( urutivfs Hops, Mult, Uiiclm, lnn-
urK, Dandelliin, Samaiiorllla, Can
cara Hairraila, etc., coinlilnod with an
"KrwioiB Anminno j-.iinr.
I THEY CUEE DTSPETSLL & BTHGESIIOlf, (
ac. opoa me uver and Kldaers,
I EEO ULATE THE BOWELS.
1 euro itneumntism, and all Url-
uury irouuies. i ni-y jnvlpirata,
tiourUh, atrenprt,.n and quiet
the Nervous HyHtetn,
At a Tonlo they have no Equal.
' mine mi imps ana Malt DltUirs.
FOR SALE BY ALU DEALERS
Hops and Malt aittors Co.
Swept into the Ktrenm.
Ono Tliousantl Acres of Land
"Bi;lit Smart of Dears."
On the dock of a bU Mississippi steamboat
stood au aged Southern plutiter. InduatlliK by a
sweep of hli arm the wan-rs the boat ai passlnir
over, be suld to a passenger from tils North:
"When 1 was telve years old I 'killed my llrst
bear on a new plantation my father was then rut
tins out of a for-t that grew directly over the
waters of tills bond. 'I hat was a n)llily good
plaututlon, and there a right smart of bears
there, too, Rut that oao thousand a res . f land
went luto the M'ssloslppl years ago."
It Is piitiltig no strain upon the lUnro to say
that great forests or yimtliliil nope,, worn lily
beauty and manly strunvth am swept lu ilm sainJi
wav evury year luin i:.,. ureal, lurblil torrem of
disease and d;ath. Yet It l.oii d not be That
, It Is so Is a dlsrare ea well as a lues. i onlo
are largely too rsrele.a or i,m siupld to delend
Ibelr OW'I In'i restf ..the murt prenlnua of Which
is lieallh. Thai voii. all Is none. Illseasit Is
asmple, but t rerkiusuess r Imi itiincu, the
Iniplust things tn I it lit - veil be rn npiea as a
proposition In Coiilo Her,tii.n, As thu biiuu
WesUirn rlve:a, which sn nrt-n f irt Oiu tlll(
along their slioes, atlse tn a few mountain springs
so all our alliiiHins can be traced lo Impure blood
and a small irniuii ol iIIi'dM' re'l o-,riiii.
The ninsi nfffetlvs and lueieslvo Min'dy fur ills,
aso Is I'AHh Kit's Tt.MC. It gins to the
Bournes of ial an t w nknuss. in response to its
aetlon. the llvr, Kintiui'. toinacu ona heart le
rla their w irk afiesh. nn I disease Is driven nil',
.The Tonlo Is tot, however, an Intoxicant, but
y, tv Tmr v"s"
, ccarM a asslre lor lining drink, H'vo you (Irs
Mpala, rbeumat'sra, or I roubles which have refus-
4 m YtaUtoother aiisDUf Hers liyoir help
The Daily Bulletin.
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rumisucd every morning (Mondays excepted).
ware IV. one vear - nil
"v'iy, a mourns ...... l oj
J'titiilahed every Monday noon.
I'eyClubl of Ova or mora Inr vVaeklv Dullutln at
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All coroinnulcatione should be addressed to
I M V A H I A M.T I a OTA h 01 .
K. A. HU H.N K I T,
Publisher and Prourlctor,
G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cuok County.
FOR CONGRESSMAN. SOU Dint.
P. E. ALBRIGHT,
the b'llaoce of tho Democratic ticket
We are authorized to amnnm-A that Mr An tii.
Look is an Independent ciiudldute for mate's At
torney of Alexander County, In tho approaching
W e are suihir'n-iJ ta annonnce WilllAm ' tim.
ler Si the Rsimblican candid itu for eVrt urn tn th,,
nillceoj Slate's Attorn'-y of Alexander County.
Wo are atithorlzeJ tn announce (ienr W. II.n
drlcks, Enii,. as In-Jonemiout rinit'.tlat.T f,.r stui'a
Attoruev ol A'ejamler coui.iy.
We are antb-iriaed to annonne.H Mr v.nnJ.n
H. I'V.n m a i ri 1-.) u 1 n t , shiI.h'h i .r r,..
e!ec lon to thu i,l!l o i,f i ci.i t'i-j'k, !n t.ie
cttiilu'' eiectbiL- i.i November.
Y0 ire ail tliiirtzcil to annnnfirn tin. mnn,!
Kicuari r a.j' Tnid at a CHiiili,lie r.,r r. -iiUn
10 Hie ofll ;d ul Cjron -r !it the
We are authorized tn annnnnea tho ,.t
Thorn is R. Valletto. of Santa Feu Precinct, a an
Independent candidate for Countv ('iiminl.l.,nr
at the ensultiK November oltctl n.
Wo are anthorlzed to arnonnr (Ion w .m
mons, nf Thebes. a an Independent candidate for
County Comralcilonorof Alexand r county, at the
ensuing November ele tlon.
Eou. WM. K. JICRI'UY '
will address the neoole at ut a
Wednesday, Oct, l. at 1 D. m.: at Pnl a.kl. (let.
8), 7 p. m.
Hon. UEO. W. DILL,
Democratic c&ndldtte for State Henator.
address the jieople at tbe following tlnus a
places: East Cape tiirardeau, Tuesday, Oct. 41.
I p. tr.; cUI -re's hchdol-house, Tuesday, O
21, at T p. m.; Thebes, Mouday. Oct. 20. at 1 n. m :
Olive Branch, Wednesday, Oct. 2i, at 7 p. m.:
Commercial Point, Thursday, Oct. 23, at 1 p.m.
Hon. wm. U ART. ELL:
Plnckneyvllio. Monday, Oct. 87, at 7 p. m.:
Tamuroa. Tuesday. Oct. 88, at 7 p. m.: Marlon,
Wedn-sdsy.Oct. 88,1 p. m.j C'obden, Thursday,
Oct. Si, 7 p. m : Anna, Friday. Oct. 31, 7 p. m.i
Cairo, aturdav, Nov, 1,7 p. m.
THE WORKING .MAN'S FRIEND.
Too hypocrisy of tho Republican party
in its prcsont professed rojnrd for the
workingmeD cannot his plainer evidenced
than by tho treatment of the laborers on
the new capitol.
A thousand men were ycstenUy tlirown
out of employment on that structure by the
Lnst winter Governor Cleveland and
Commissioner Perry urged und begged
that a buffieient appropriation should be
made to keep the n en in steady employ
ment through this full and winter as an
act of justice to them and a ruetsure 'if bus
iness like economy fjr the BUte.
The force of this appeal was conceded
but the Republican Legislature replied
that this was a IWldentia! ver and no
money would be given to carry tho work
They admitted that unparalleled prog
ress ha I been nude in the woik; they
conceded that true economy would be aub.
served by a (uflldcnt appropriation to keep
tho men In employment, and they agreed
that justice to tho laborer demanded steady
work go long as them wag work here to do,
but they openly declared that rw.re votes
were tn bo made for tho Republican nartv
by a light tix th .n by continuing tho work,
and for this reason, in the face of the com
ing winter, a thou-and men are heartlessly
thrown out of work.
The worklngnien will be likely to re
apond by voting for Cleveland, who labor
ol to secure them constant employment
and against llluinc, the candidate of Lan
sing, Gilbert, McCarthy, Thorn ts, Biker,
and tho other R' publicang who declared
that they were after the farmer voteg and
had no uso for workingmcn. Albany
HOW IT WORKS.
The favorite and time-honored gag of
machine. Republican politicians is to as
sume, first, that tho prosperity of this coun
try is due to the Republican party; second,
to identify tho Republican party with tho
contlnuanco of national prosperity, and,
therefore, to prodict that if tbe Democrats
succeed terrible thingg will happen.
Yet last week the Ht-publlcang celebrated
an alleged victory in Oulo. IfroBt.irs dec.
orated the columns containing tho election
returns, and the rountry wag called on to
congratulate Itself and to rest gectirely ln
tho .belter of a great Republican triumph.
But how did tho old thing work?
As soon as It wag definitely Mettled that
It was a RMpubliean victory in Ohio thero
vvasaKeueral Hhrlnlfcgo In values every
. where. Wicit in Chicago reached the
CA1K0 BULLETIN; WESfrEdPAV MQKNLXti OCTOBER 22,- 1884.
lowest point known for year. Stocka in
Isew York tumbled down like a row of
bricks. Struggling concerns lieetoned to
make assignments, and the bottom com
menced to drop out of things generally.
Now if we accept the Republican theory
tint these buuiuess fluctuations retult from
political causes, the rountry does not want
to so any moro roosters put up In Repub-
I T a 1 . . t . . .
i . hi paper, ir a nine two bit victory in
(hi ) has been immediately attended by
Mb h widespread disaster, what would be
Hut result if the National election should
u ilorliiuately go Republican?- Sr. L mis
Let us take a little illustration. Mr.
Jy Gould controls 800,000 shares of West
ern union stock alone. A mere report of a
government purchase, a rumor of favorable
egislation, would seud that stock up one
or two per cent. Every unit That it rises
represents a gain to hfm of $300,000.
What a trifling matter to him would he a
subscription of 100,000 to carry Ohio for
Blaine. It would be' practically as a mote
in the sunlight, a drop in the tubful; and
the same is true of other capitalists who
are reported to have givtu a big sum each
to "Dorseyize" Ohio lust Tuesday. Is Mr.
Blaine their man? What was it Senator Ed
munds said about the plumed knight's ad
vocacy in congress oi union I'acinc inttr-
sts? What did the llulligm letters show
as to Ins connection with the Northern Pt-
cillc Riilroa 1? What does the ettf husias-
. .i-i; . . .. -
tic aovucM-y en . i.is election ty tlie Jay
G u!d group of financiers rtfjal? 'New
IO .1. ur.Al.NE, 1" tjnio; "Tltv
T r T" . ... . .
still anxious to know in the Tribune office
how you became a millionaire on a Con
gressman'i pay. This la more. Important
than the question of the distribution of the
Chilian subsidy. Please answer confiden
tially, care of Wot Id ortica." fNew Y'ork
I UE Cincinnati Times-Star savs BUino
"nas an intnsu rlislike of liein ma le a
show." Barnum stys Jumbo wa-t wont lo
b!uih every ti:no he entered the circus
ring, but Le overcame tha weakness in due
Tho Alarming Increase of Deaf
Throughout tho sessions of tho
Science Association, one of the subjects
that has como up most frequently has
been tho best way of dealing with deaf
mutes. An Interesting discussion on
the subject took place in the section on
anthropology. Whether it is because
"tho chief s'tudy of mankind is man,"
this section is always well attended,
and, from tho first, more ladies, have
attended it than any other section. Tho
chief interest of the deaf muto discus
slon was tho part taken in it by Prof.
A. Graham Bell, the telephone invent
or, whose wife, as it is well known, is
a deaf muto, and was instrumental, it
is said, in his making tho discovery
that has brought him fame and fort
une. Mrs. Bell, who is able to tell nil
that is said by watching tho lips of tho
speakers, was present and sat near her
husband. Prof. Bell's father, who has
given the subject considerable atten
tion, and devised a method by which
tho dumb may bo taught to speak, was
also present. Prof. Beil is violently
opposed to tho existing arrangement
concerning tho deaf aud dumb in this
country, which makes them a separate
class, and especially objects to the con
tinual marriago of deaf mutes, which,
ho claims, must evolve a race of deaf
mutes in this country. In one family,
ho Baid, he had found ninety deuf
mutes in four generations, connected
by blood or marriage. Of deaf mutes
forty per cent, marry, and with each
succeeding generation tho tendency to
tho infirmity increases. Of tho forty
fivo per cent, of deaf mutes who marry,
eighty per cent, marry deaf mutes. To
remedy the evil ho said wo must sepa
rate tho deaf mutes as much as pos
sible from other deaf mutes during tho
time either he or sho is being educated.
They should not bo sent to asylums;
they should bo taught English instead
of tho sign language. They should as
sociate, during play hours, with chil
dren not similarly affected, and they
should bo taught here, as they are in
Germany, to enumerate artificially.
Doaf muteism, tho speaker declared, is
increasing hero at an alarming rate
Sho Will Send For Him.
A broad-shouldered, compactly built
young woman with brown face and
hard hands sat in the Lako Shoro De
pot waiting for tho departuro of a train
for tho East. Sho had just arrived in
town from Dakota.
"Marriage?" said sho, in rosponso to
somo remark by her companion, "that's
what all tho good-for-noihing cranks of
men that I soo from plowing timo to
harvest can talk about. What do I
want to get married for? Thero aro
moro thnn 300 of us girl farmers In Da
kota and wo will hold a convention
somo tlnio. I never saw n man yet
that I would have around. I intend to
farm it until 1 got eiiough money to livo
on comfortably, and then I'll seo.
Thero was a nico young fellow iu my
neighborhood last July, who tried to bo
very gallant and wanted to holp mo
whenever 1 did any work. If I chop
ped a llttlo wood ho wanted to do it. If
1 went after a pail of water ho wanted
to carry it. If I put a bag of grain on
my shnuldor ho luslstod on givinT mo a
lift. Ho was a pretty nico Tioy tut ho
mado mo tired. Ono dny I wanted tho
hayrick on tho wagon, and I took hold
of ono end and clapped it up on tho
whool so quick that it mudo liim dizzy.
" 'Let mo,' says ho, but ho only
inrew vne wnoio tning down n trv
to got tho other end up. Ho didn'
nnve ino Btrotigiii.
"Says Ii "Oh, go away,
eat enough No. 2 wheat.'
tho rick up In good style.
Thou 1 put
"Wo meet lots of such fullows out
thoro. Thoy aro good enough, 1 sup
jioso, but wium I want ono Fwlll goud
fur him." -CAfcaao lkrahL
Tlio At itiilom ant? FoollHlines of
Uur modern hablu have n ado the
bath-room a most important part of tho
jioua--. every one unities. ine oath
has been so long aud so industriously
trumpeted as a panacea for almost
everything that oven those who shiver
niter a cold bath or feel liko fainting
itftor a warm one will regularly tnke
clthor the ono or tho other. Ho who
does not tako a morning bath in theso
days scarcely daro own to tho fact, for
ho feels that he will be regarded at
once as an uncleanly person. Yet there
is no neeossary connection between
cleanliness aud total immersion of tho
oouy ior a greater or less period. The
bath, as now understood, is, as is well
known to many physicians, too srude a
trcatuiout for many persons of sensitive
temperament, it is not every organ
Ism that can stand tho chill of apluno
in cold water and the shock of a shower
upou the head. If reaction is 6wifc,
and all tho organs of tho bodv are in
ood working order, cold and shower
aths may often be beneficial: but if
tho tone of tho system is slow tho re
action will not tako place and Injury
will result It would bo well if wo
would trust our sensations moro and
follow our wills less. When a person
does not "feel liko" taking a bath, yet
ho will tako it, he is simply using his
will against himself. Cleanliness can
bo satisfied by washing portions of tho
body separately so as not to chill tho
entire surface at once. In any caso tho
benefit of a cold bath comes from the
reaction and must be secured by fric
tion, followed by active exertion, not
by sitting or standing in the currents
at -a- aw
A Novel Cure for Shying Hornet.
"Does your horso shv. boss?" asked
a small colored boy of an American re
porter who was driving nloug tho Lob
anon pike in a bti.'gy. Being anxious
to know what the tov meant, the re
porter pulicd in his hor.su and told him
tint the animal ho drove had tho bad
habit referred to.
"Don I kin crit von sumtin what'll
cure him for a nickel," said tho boy.
Tho reporter handed over the nickel,
and tho boy produced from tho con tinea
of his capacious pocket a small
chameleon, evidently much the worse
for wear, but still alive. H indiii'' itlo
tho reporter, the boy told him to tako
tho lizard aud keep it until the fn'd of
t:io next moon, when it was to bo
boiled to nothing in a pint of water.
"What then?" said the reporter.
"Whv, vou j st tako un' 'nint (anoint)
do eves of o' hawso wid it and ho
won't shv no mo." The reporter
thotizlit that the boy had fallen upon a
shrewd way to beat him out of 5 cents,
but he learned upon inquiry- that it was
qiiito a woil grounded beuef among
many of the negroes who live upon
farms in this htaio that tho treatment
recommended by tho colored boy will
euro l.o.ses und mules of the trick of
shying, and is often resorted to bv
negroes living in this section.
A POSITIVE CURE.
For Every jorni of Skin and Blood
Disease, from Pimples to Scrofula.
I havdhad Psorlacls fur ulnn
five months ago I applied to i dot-tor near l!..ston,
who helped me, hut unfortunately I bad to leave,
bat continued hiking bis medicine for ne.rlv
three months but tbe disease did not leave. I
saw Mr. Caroentcr's letter In the Phll.H.inhi.
Record, and bis case Derfi-ctK ilearriheri n,ln I
tried tbe Cutlcura Remedies! nslnir two hnttles
Resolvent, and Cutlcura and Cmicura Soup tn
proportion, and call myself e mpleteiy .-nre
... , , . ,. , L. r. It A K.N A lit).
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Not a Sign of its Reappearance.
iour Lntlcura has dote a wonderful corn fne
mo moro man two years ago. ot a sign uf Its re
appearaice since. It cured me of a very bad
Eczema which had tron'n ed me for mom than
twenty yesre. I shall always speak well of Cull-
1 sell a great deal of it.
FitANK ('. SWiV n,,.i-.
BEST FOR ANYTHING.
Having used your Cutlcura llcmedles fnrair'hteen
months for Tetter, and dually cured It, I am
anxious to get It to sell It ou commission. lean
lucommend It beyond any remedies 1 have ver
used for letter. Burns, f'nta me in r.in in.n,.
bi st medio ne I have ever tried for Hiivlhlnit.
u u liriiii-iiv
I had a dnnin bad sores tinon mv h,,H .1 t.i,..i
all remedies I rould bear of, and at laet tried your
Cutlcura Remedies and they have rnred me.
Hebron, Thayer County, Ponn,
Evcrv sncclesof Itchlnn. Hrslu I!mr,l. u...i
lous, Inherit, d at.d Contagions Hum rs, with
Loss of Hair, cured by Cutlcura R -solvent the
new Blood I Purifier Internally, and Cutlcura and
Cutlcnra Soan the great skin Cures externally
Hold everywhere. Price. Cuticur, 51 cents
Soup, 25 cents ; Resolvent, $1 ,
rotter Drug and Choinical Co , Huston,
If( r Chapped
and Oily Skin,
SNEEZE, until your
head seems ready to lly
oil; until your nosu and
eyes dlse.hari'ii excessive
(imiiitltle. of tliin, Irrita
ting, watery rl ml; until
our head aches, mouth
and throat pinched, and
blood at fiver hu.it. This
la ait Ar.'itu t'atatrb, and
In instantly relieved by
a single uose, and per
manently enrvd by one
i ottlu of hiatiforil's Rad
ical Curo far Cutarih.
Complete Treatment with Inhaler 91.
Ono hntt'e Radical Curo. one box Catarrh Sol-
vent, and one Improved Inhaler, In one packnge,
may now he had of all drugglpte for s eo. Ask
r, r Mintorii s iiuinrai cure.
"Tho only absolute spec fin wo know of.'
Med.Tlnius Tbt nest we hate found In a llfo
tonu of sulfurlng." Rev. Dr. Wlggln. IHeion.
After a long struggle with Catarrh; the Radical
Cure has totiqiien d." Rev. H. V. Monroe,
Lewlshurg. I'a. "I havn not fotindacaa that It
did not relieve at once "Andrew Leu, M inches.
fetter Drug and Chemical Co., Huston.
kAI I IM. v"' "IB r-Hef ami prevention,
.vsaBMivg'iiio institiit it is applied, or rnou
10 mat Ism,
Neuralgia, H r. I a t le a
XWkffr Hloinseii and Howl
Colds, Weak Dark,
, ntv-s I'alns. Numbness, Hysteria, Ko
V3fe?9.'V,l. Liver Complaint, Itlllnu.
J ... V k- ttiull, I'lil,,.. I'nltill ntliltl . llv.ltM,,.
'J7Zr Kever. Malaria, and Jlpltlemlcs,
i r eTRlel,,, Collin's Plasters tan Abctrlo
" L i Ratlerr combined with a Porous
rt, A Stt" l'lft"tur) at pain. i!Bc,
THE FOLLOWING. LETTERS
I are selected from a larcro num
bcr that Lave been received by
Dr.J.H.Schenck, of Philadelphia,
in regard to his Remedies for the
cure or Consumntion.
Those who are afllicted or threat
ened with any Disease of the Lungs
will be well repaid by giving them a
They arc all plaii statements of
fact, without one word of misrepre
sentation. This can bo proved by
any one who will take the trouble
to call on or write to the neonle who
FROM SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
DE, J, H. St'lIENCK.
Dtar Sir: About a!
living in Canada, iny health became very
poor. My disease cumo on gradually, bcL'iu-
llini' with a loss of nonet it Ami nllra.r.lj
gn-tti, weuKnoso, wuieti brought on night
sweats and a dry, hacking cough. My cheat
ami dock were very weuk, ami so sore that I
could not bear my weight against the back of
a ohair. At different timea I raised consider
able blood, which my physician said came
from the lungs. I employed several doctors,
but they all told me the same thing that ray
lungs vayre, badly nffeeb-d : nn,l tin I.iKf ftnM
mat i na! also aaij that I could live but a
short time, and that I hud tatter go to my
mother's home in WiVkail. Vt . fin Hwin pi I
could, that with careful nurdng I might live
for some time. When I got to my mother's I
was very low indeed, so that my mother sent
or ueruocior. ne pronounced, mc beyond all
help. Ho. however, left mo soma meilii-int.
wuien nc fsau would relieve- my worst avmp
toUlS. After this mv mother rmiilnv.,l nn
other doctor, who cald that one of mv luni
was nearly gone. I ute scareely anvthiug for
several mouths, and never expected to got
wen. wue oay a irietit who lives m Collins
ville, Ct.. gave mv father one of vone num.
phlets on Consumntion. He brought it li,m
and told me to bnik it over and se0 if any of
iud Loses irw-rn.-ti in ii were like mine. 1
renil tli l.lr tl.r,.ii.,l, nn.i c .. i
cases dtscribed there that seemed as bad as
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.vau iu iiiijnie. in iwo wetKS alter tins 1
was much better in evcrv wav. I mmminp.,l
to use the medieim-s in March ; in July I felt
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and I have hail POi'iJ health ever ainna 1 I...
lieve that I would not be alive bduy but f r
the use of your medicines, as all the doctors 1
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MRS. CHAS. W'.PLlMMEIt,
274 Maiu St., Springfield, Mass.
April 20, lm. '
rom the REV. STEPHEN ROESE.
! Maidkn Rock. Pierce Co.. Wis.. June v, lira
Dr. J. H. SoiENCK, Iliiladclphla.
Worthy CrnUeman-ll is with a feeling of gra
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REV. STEPHEN ROESE,
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HEREDITARY CONSUMPTION CURED.
Dtar Sir .'In the autumn of 1877 I had a
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tressed me. I eonsulted physicians, who said
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I took your medicines steadily six months:
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my father and two brothers having died of it.
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for ten years previous.
MRS. 8 A UAH A. CAIlTER.
Carlisle, Mass., April b, mo.
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