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FOB VICEPBESIDEN 1'.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook County,
FOR CONGRESSMAN. 80th Dlst.'
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
tWAui the bilance of the Democratic ticket
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angus
leek i an Independent candidate for State's At
torney or Alexander County, in the approaching
We are authorized to announce William N. But
ler at the Republican candidate for election to tho
office o; Mate Attorney of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announce George W. lien,
dricks, Esq.. aa Independent candidate for State's
Attorney ol Alexander county,
We are authorized to. announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin as at Independent candidate for re
election to the ofllie of Circuit Clerk, In the
coming election In November.
We ire authorized to announce the name of
Richard Kitgerald as a candidate for re electlun
to the otttce of Coroner at the ensuing November
We are authorized to announce the name of
Thorn is B. Valletie. of Santa Fee Precinct, as an
Independent candidate for County Comtrls'loner
at the ensuing November electl n.
We are authorized to announce (ieo. W. Sam
aons, of Thvhus, a an Indepcudent candidate for
County Commissioner of Alcxand ir county, at the
ensuing November elo Hon.
Hon. WM. HAKTZELL:
PlnckneyvlUe, Mondav, Oct. 27, at 7 p. m.;
Tamaroa, Tu sday, Oct. 28, at 7 p. m ; Marlon,
Wedn-sday, Oct. 29, 1 p. m.; Cohden, Thursday,
Oct. 8', 7 p. m : Anna, r'rlday. Oct. 31, 7 p. m.;
Cairo, Saturday, Nov, 1,7 p. m.
How a Lady Slay l'rescrvo tho Glory
of llor Hair Some Infallible
"Women Who are Kapldly Becoming
Professional Beauties Girls la
THE II A I It.
The story goes, says tlio St. Louis
Post-Dispatch, thntthoDuchcss of Marl
borough, wifo of tho "great duke,"
was so incensed at her husband ono
day that, to spite him, she cut oil' her
luxuriant tresses, which the duke
greatly admirod, and threw them in
his face. Few women, however, would
be willing to sacrllice thbir hair, which
has been called their "glory," for any
consideration whatever. So highly do
they valuo It, indeod, that several he
roines live in history who have earned
immortality by the sacrifice of their
locks. Modern cosmetic art givos no
small attention to tho cultivation of tho
hair, but, on the whole, singularly lit
tle is known concerning its naturo and
When a hair is pulled from the head,
it may be obsorvod that tho end which
was implanted in the scalp is larger
than the hair itsolf. This is tho bulb
or root from which tlio hair grows. A
hair Is, in fact, a delicate tubo, round
in straight haired persons, and flatten
ed in the curly halrod. Jt is tho flat
ness of tho hair that makes it curL
Women have coarser hair than men.
The average number of hairs on tho
head is about 120,000. This calculation
is based upon the ascertained fact that
a square inch of tho head of a person
who has an average head of hair con
tains by actual count, ono thousand
hairs, approximately. In early days
the kings of Franco usod to pluck a sin
gle hair from the head and boBtow it
upon ono of their attendants as atokon
of favor. The hair grows from eight
to ten Inches a year. It has beon found
that it grows faster in tho daytlmo than
at night, and faster in summot than in
winter. Light and sun evidently have
an influence on the growth of tho hair,
as on other vegetable products.
The best hair-restorer known is soft
tepid water, used with a spongo, and
wulte castilo soap. This puts tho scalp
la good order, removes tho scales, and
stimulates tho growth of hair.
Women frequently Buffer from a
gradual fulling out or thinning of tho
jiair between tho ages of 20 and 80.
The hair lias a dry, withered look, and
the partings beoomo painfully visible.
J he young lady who Is thus troublod
Usually becomes alarmed, and afUir
unir reswrer sao sees
naveriisou, nas nor head n havni. with
the idea that this lan heroic moasuro is
sure to save her from tho baldness she
' four. Tho fact is that the diuloulty
arises from some delinito cause, which,
ouco ascertained, must bo attacked be
fore the troublo can bo cured. This
cause may lie in the condition of tho
oalp itself, or' It may depend unon
some disturbed action of aomo internal
organ. Dyspepsia is a frequent cause
of the loss of hair. The blood way be
out of ordor, or the troublo may be re
furred to debility. These are the doop
seatod causes of the falling out of the
hair, and must bo attended to before a
cure can take placo.
If there is a scurlinoss present treat
ment must begin with tepid wator and
castlle soap. After two weeks the fol
lowing solution should lo rubbed in
geutly with a soft tootli-Lrnsh, morning
and evenlug: Strong dncocllon of Pora
vlan bark, ono half ptui; brandy, one
wmugiassiui; giycorino, one toaspoon
fuL Onco every other day not ofteu
or the following lotion should bo ap
plied in a similar manner: Uistor oil,
ono ounco; boat Ivetioh brandy, two
ouncos; rose'vator, six ounces.
I... I. .. . .
i copio goiu rauy inoso wno havo a
hoalthy growth of hair do not pay
much attention to tho caro of the hair
and tho scalp. I ho head should be
given a thorough washing onco a woek;
the scalp cannot bo healthy unless it is
Kept clean. Alter the head Is washod.
the soap should bo thoroughly removed
with pure water. Tho best hair-wash
is: liorax powder, a tOiisMoouf.il; soft
water, a quart; oil of lavumler, stiili
clont to scout
1 hero is a precept in halr-drcssing
which can not be loo widely kuown
It is this: Wash tho scalp, but not the
nair; corno tlio hair, but not tlio scalp,
In curling the hair care should bo
taken that it is not wound too tight in
curl-papers or about tho curling stick,
as tho strain upon tho roots hurts it
I he heat of tho curling-tongs destroys
tlio lifo of the hair which is but a del
ioato vcgotablo, and after a few years
tno use ol inem Is euro to propagate
baldness. Tho preparations known as
"permanent curling fluids" contain
acid, which eats and surely destroys
mo ii air.
Grayness of the hair simply indicates
a loss oi pigment, and tliero is no ronv
edy known to thorapcutlcs which will
restore its color, although it may bo
dyed. Foolish women frequently
bleach their hair with a viow of becom-
intr flf.flfir.lol lilnn.lio Vni.ii: .!....(
cals are usod for that purpose The
bleached hair concrallv falls out and
leaves tho victims of their own vanity
i-ii- .t... -
oaiu Deiore ineir unio.
It is assuredly far worso to havo too
much than too little hair. Nothino- can
bo more destructive to beautv than a
growth of hair where hair ought not to
bo. In brunettes there is a liability to
tho appearanco of a delicate mustache
on tho upper lip. After a certain age,
particularly In single women, tho chin
and upper lip are apt to bo invaded by
stuooie oy no means attractive.
Bearded women" aro supposed to
owe their hirsute decoration to an
ovorexcitod condition of tho hair bulbs.
Oriental ladies have a horror of su
perfluous hair, and tho most anciently
cnown depilatories canio from tho east
The secret preparation usod in tho Asi
atic harems, called "Kusma," has been
found upon analysis to bo very injuri
ous. Tho safest chemical depilatory
known is callod sulphydrato of calcium.
Take: Sulphurct of calcium, two parts;
quicklime, ono part; powder thorn sep
arately; mix and keep in a well stop
pered bottle. When wanted for use
make Into a paste with a little wator
and spread on the part Let it remain
nueen minutes, or until it bodns to
smart, and then wash oil' with soap and
wttitj. j.uuuiuHb ciiccuvo metnou is
to pull tho hair out by the roots. Tho
oest instrument to do this with is tho
psllothorn, as it is called. It is a stick
of resin, tempered with wax, with tho
addition of a Btrong anodyne. Tho end
of tho stick is softened and warmed by
hanging it near a candle, and is press
ed upon tho hairy spot for about a min
ute. It is suddenly nulled awav. and
this without any pain. To perform tho
operation with twoezers is most too he
roic for most women to undertake as
considerable pain is Involved. A man
in Washington has made a great doal of
monoy by a method which ho lias in
vented of destroying unnecessary hair.
a necuio conneeiou witti an electric
battery is plunged into tho follicilo
or sao which holds tho hair, and a
slight shock is communicated to tho
root, which permanently destroys it
This is of courso very tedious, as only
ouo hair can bo destroyed at a tinio,
but ilfuut sunjftir pour clre Mai
There aro three women on tho New
York stago to-day who aro rapidly bo-
coming professional boautios. Sadio
Martinot who is now playing a comedy
part in tho Union Squaro theatro, is a
particularly handsome woman. The
dealers say that her photographs aro
seilinp: moro rapidly and numerously
than those of any other two actresses
In America combined. Next to Miss
Martinot comes Paulino Hall, and after
herOdctta Tyler. All of them aro
young women, and they aro certainly a
trio of reniarkablo beauties. Puulino
Hall was a chorus girl. Slio Is now
playing the principal part in tho spec
tacle at Niblo's garden. Sho sings
fairly but Is not particularly bright
Her advancement and nonnlfiritv nrn
duo entirely to her boauty. Sho coin-
munus a salary now Hint would havo
mudo her gasp with dolight whon sho
was a chorus girl two yoars ago. Miss
Martinot married Fred Stlnson, who
formerly managed Mmo. Modjoska.
bho only llvod with him a Hhort tiuio
and then they parted, I believe, forov
or, though they havo never boon tll
vorcod. A few years ago Miss Marti
not was singing in a variety theatro In
Boston. Now sho receives $1&) a week
at tho Union Squaro thoatro, and will
soon go on a starring tour with her
own company. Olotta Tylor comes of
a good southern family. Sho canio to
Now York about two years ago and do
elded to go upon tho stago. Sho had
lust boon married then and her hus
band was a quiet young man who
thought it would bo rather a lino thing
to havo his wlfo go on tho stago. Ho
supposed that after studying a woek or
two she would bo ablo to tako ono of
the loading positions in a New York
thoatro. Ills mind was disabused with
this idea after consulting ono or two
cynical thoatrlcal mun, and finally his
wlfo wont to study for tho stage with
Ooorgo Vaudorhoir, who was very
much improssod with hor beauty and
predicts a future for her. Sho Iras
playod In tho Madison Squaro and sev
eral othor companlos and has a beaut!
ful face It is of tho iufautllo order,
with big oyos, what lovers call a rose
bud mouth, and chubby cheeks. Thoso
aro a few facts of a personal naturo
about throo very beautiful actresses.
OTHER 01111.8 THAN OURS.
Tho notion that girls aro too Uolicato
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRlPAV MoKNlNtf OCTOBER
to be useful is limited to a comparative
ly small port of the globe. Throurh.
out Asia, Africa, and In large portions
even 01 Europe ana America, there pre
vans an 01a rjenoi tuai tney were corn
to labor. In Turkestan, and on tho
Tartar steppes, the Kirgheso sultannas
and tholr daughters, and princesses in
whose veins flow tho blood of long linos
01 Kings, still mug me sheep, cows and
goals, and perform the menial ofllcos
of tho household, as the Sanscrit maid'
ons did six thousand years ago in tho
same localities. They cook, take care
of tlio younger children, make car-
. L A. a 1 m . 1 ...
uionis, cut mo BKins 01 tno wild low I,
with tho feathers on, for caps, spin cot
ton, weave cloth, and tan leather by
moans of sour milk. In this doloctablo
rogion the mother wears rich attire,
while the daughter goes In humblor
woods, like Cinderolla. If there is a
ilano, the mothor plays on it in tho
ront room of tho tent, while the daugh
ter brows the koumiss, stows tho mut
ton, and broils tho carnal chops, in tho
back kitchen. This is the bonlghtcd
condition of a patriarchal peoplo who
adhere to a noarly obsoleto theory of
filial duty. Similar ideas prevail
throughout India, China, and among
the nativo tribes of Siberia, who have
been drivon northward by aggressive
neighbors. The Tungusian girl gath
ers the snow, melts it, makes tho tea
and the fish soup, sews, and, being
skillful in archery, helps to keep the
larder supplied with game. The Ya
kut and bamovodo maidens, and all
who dwell along tho Arctio ocean, help
In summer to lay up winter supplies,
and in winter to perform all domestio
duties. Tho Abyssinian eirl crinds
corn in the simple mills in use iu that
country. Tho Kafllr girl weaves bas
kets and draws water. The eirls In the
other parts of the dark continent pul
verize tho grain, weave mats, make
earthen vessels, and are tho hatters of
their tribo. Tho theories of tho tribes
and nations of Asia und Africa aro
shared by tho Indians of North and
South America, who compol tho vounc
girls to learn tho duties and hardships
of lifo at an early ago.
liio Oi l .Mum Ait.ii u .Mistake.
'James" ho tiegstu, as he
wheeled his chair a round,
something about your boin
to Hint .'Mint n "-in.
"Ureal: il off at once! Her f;ilher is a
bear iu Delaware ami Lackawanna,
and will bo scooped."
(Imagine three months to havo
'jamuJ, (i hi you orcaK with that
"IJ'ioaiiM her father was a bear iu
I).iliiwuie & L :i knwatiiia, and liable to
be c.eiiiie.t mil."
"Iini! vcj! vou aro n fool! It was tho
bulls who got scooped us we me!
If ynu had only hurried her you could
now lend your fatner enough money
to oti v a weeks board! Mull Slrcil
The pain resulting from a crushed limb,
Bays Mr. Ldward Henry, Pinegrove, Penna.
were completely cured by St. Jacobs Oil,
the great piiin reliever.
TiiunnuY Evening, Oct. 30, 1884.
The weather is delightful, and to-day
h9 been a perfect one.
The market shows no change fur the bet
ter and could hardly be worte; buyers and
sellers are waiting until after tho battle of
next Tuesday before making a move.
FLOUR Full stocked and dull; nothing
HAY Oilt edge is firm; common, dull;
medium iu fair deumud and good tupply.
CORN New cum is moving a little and
sells at 42c. Ear corn sells from wagons
at Doc per buihel.
OATS Prices are firm, market steady
and stocks light.
MEAL Very dull ; prices are lower and
BRAN Steady at quoUtious.
BUTTER Strictly choice is in active
EGGS Scarce and a vliide higher; de
CHICKENS Overstocked and dull;
sulci are slow end prices lower.
APPLES Southern Illinois stock is ex
hausted and dealers are drawing their sup
plies from the Michigan orchards.
HhIoh ana dluotatioriH.
NOTE. The prlca nr jtveu ai lor mle. from
llrit hands in round Iota. An advunre It
cbarned fur broken hilain nulnviriti m.
800 rihlt varl lit Kraiki 2 50,3 00
1(0 Mill cholcu & ya
l:iO hll 11 fancy g 7a
WJ0I)I)I fnncy eitra 4 O04 OS
a cart choice Timothy tmall halu 10 no
A rum Mrlrt prli'iu y 00
1 car tillt admi n 51)
ft cur rhnlcu , .,. jo
Uciirt Kilt edui- 11 00
Uncw Whits In bulk 4$
Mixed In hulk. MIMtMIMMtlt 1 t . t I fit tltt
4 cart In hulk jnu
8 cart In bulk iwiuvf
lji ar choice heavy xl'i
No. 8 Modi'ermiean ,
No, a do tia
uwhlila CHv'ou unlort s rai si
IM hr.lt fjlty So
Hy mini oa
I OU lllfy iiiiiimiii titttmtt , mitt 1 1 1 bt$
W pounilt country mixed,... is
Wi liiiuiiitt cliulr.t dairy Vltyn
Wit) tuundt fancy omauvrr...... -...mi... ICiyiLMt
W miu ml chiilonM... it
IwJliouuili cooking uiHlur
600 denim ift
600 dozen. , )o
.TURK BY h.
Large cholm ...
Smail INtMHWIHnMII Hill,,,,,
9 coopi lareo yonng and hem,,
A coopt choice mixed ..., ,,
4coojiB medium young
Fancy Bu Davla and Homa Beauty i,r Ihl
Choice Wine Sap pr hbU.....
1 umivvD jiva uuintttHtiMiuMtimmm 1 1 t 1 UO
Orangei, per bbl
Oraupe per box ""'
Lumoua per box '
Choice per bnrrol .'
Choice per bunliul ,,
1 ?a? S no
Per 100 choice..
.7 lOtfS Oi
Kuncy Cauvaeu'd Hum...
ht. .1 oil 11 r . ,
V lnmliel lnirliii
bushel " ,
OKI Kl) KKLIT.
PeiictioR.balvtmand i(aarter. ......
Choice hand picked navy
1 i ei to
10 to 9
10 to (0
10 to 45
...... 50 to 2 on
75 to 6 50
... . 8 to 50
Ml UK iiMMI HHtta
Ileavt-r per pound
Bear 1 00 to 00
Dry Flint choice
I urn (ircuu
nuen fi HB, creon
Good luitt ,
.... fi :mi
. 4 t! 5 m
.... 4 Trt i
... 1 Mil. 7 ;
.... 1 rn&
KATI'.K OF FKKItUIT.
I i t
Me i'Ii if. . . , I'm
Helena, Ark 15
Vickbnru - Mi
All other way point
neiow nempum t"
New Or.eant si5
Cheap Homes in Arkansu ami Teias
Aiontr me lire u tne St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway. Texas and
Pacific Railway and International end
Great Northern Railroad, are thouitunrlH ot
acres ot the choiccot farming and yruzirn.1
mulls iu ma nwnu, inuring iu iriCO iron) I
11 HO to J;!0O unil .t flfl m.r i,a ! .
healthy couutry, with climite unaurpKustd !
t 1 e . . I
ior a uontv sun ci.miorr. ni-uii vniir ait.
dress to tho underbred for a ccpy of ta-
tiatics ot crops raiaeu in Arkansas and Texan,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to t and
see for vouradf when von h.-tirn that ths rrnr.
far 1883 is fiO per cent larger than that of 1
1882. 10 tnosc purchasing land owned by
tlie juompany, ami paying nne-tourth, one
lialf. or all cash, a nronortionato rebntx !
allowed formoney paid for ticket or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. T0WN8END. Gen'l Pass. Afcjt.
St. Iinis. M i.
Causes no Fain
Gives Relief at
HAY-EEVER nid or Snnff. Ap
ply Into niioirlli Give It a Trial. 50 cint at
druuitlHtt. SV centt by mall reentered, bond
lor circular. Hample by mull 10 cetitn.
ELY BKOTUKU.S, UruKKlntt, Owego, N' Y.
DEALKliS IN 1
fLOUR, GRAIN AM) HA',
Kyptiau Floariu'tf M i 1 i .
lit;biBt Catih Prlp ?M lor vrii,at.
Tbd Repnlar Cairo & I'aducah Daily
GUS FOWLKR i
IlltNRT K. TAYLOH, Matter,
OKOKUU JOHEo, Clurk.
Ictvot P.tdncahforCiIro dally (Sandayt except
td) at 8 . m., tnd Monnd Cltr at 1 p. m. Keturc
BKlavta Cairo at 4 p.m. i Mound City at5p.m
When Weil-Known People
Write sucli Letters as these, who
Can doubt the eflicacy of Dr.
Schenck's Great Medicines?
If you have any of the pre
monitory symptoms of Con
SUmotion. send at onco for Dr.
Schenck's Book. It gives a full
description of all Throat and
Lung Diseases, Liver Complaint
itnac great lorerunncr ot Con
sumption) and Dyspepsia.
After reading this Book you
will know what your condition
is, and will be prepared to apply
the proper remedies to effect, a
EX LIEUT.-GOV. BENJAMIN DOUGLAS, OF
, CONNECTICUT, BAYS:
I havo used Dr. Schenck's medicines in
my family for inuiiy years, and therefore
know them to he Rood. I know those who
have been cured of very Berious lunir
diseases by their use.
Middldou-n, Conn,, Xov. 0, 1882.
FROM THE SISTER9 OF CHARITY OF ST.
JOSEPH'S HOUSE, EMMITTSBURQ,
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup has been used
in our institution fur several yearn, and liiw
proved a very oflic.vious remedy in the
numerous cases in which it hits been cm
ployed, by rcmoviuir inllatuniation aud
otherwise relieving the palicut. We keep
a constant supply of this valuable remedy
in the nouse, ami coulmcntly recommend
its ue to all w ho are subject to allections of
the throat and luii"s.
THE bISTKKS OF CHARITY
OF ST. JOSEPH'S HOUSE.
EmmitUlurg, JM, June, 10, 1SS0.
STATEMENT OF MR. JEREMIAH WINN, OF
Fonr Team niro la t Krlrunn' I trtok a hear
rolJ, ant. U-im; tisiumlly wr it in my lutigy, ft
toon Mettled there. I mhiii Iih1 all Hie Hyuptomi
if (JtiiiKtimptii m coii'ii, iiiKlit-i-wviiu, Min In my
breiistaml siJch, aii'l wits weak an to oeeoiitineu
to my bi'da ko 1 ileul iif tlio time. My ilisca.su
wan pri)iiotiin.vil to Ik (.'onintiiiptiiin liy all the
l'hyslduim I eniil(ie., and I Imve no iluulit that
It wax, fur the iUkcum- is lierv-litury in niy fumllv,
three of my sitter Iniviir ilu"l yf it. I wan so bii'k
thut I was coiiliiK'il to the house fur nenrly a year.
At lout, liy the ailvlee of my wife, I wan itvlinvd to
use the meiiieim of lJr. Sehein k, of l'hiladelphla.
I U-itun tuiraiii In Mremitli vervitoun after 1 betran
to use them, uii'l eventually wan entirely cured.
When I ciinmeiKv-d to Uiku them I ouly weighed
one hundred and twenty jkiiitkIji ; my pruMent
weight it one liuiula-d und rixty jKiumis, and I
have excellent heulth all the time. I have never
had ajluiiM but that Dr. Kchenvk't medicine
aaved my life. I make this ttntement for the
beneiit ol those whn are ulllirtt'l with lunRiunuaita,
as I thoroughly believe In the great curative pro
perties of Uiumj liicUicim.
6poke and Wheel Manufacturer,
'M Irving bt.
Wnrrfftn, tint.. May 28, 18KL
WHY I HAVE THE UTMOST CONFIDENCE IN
OR. J. H. SCHENCK AND HIS MEDICINES.
During tho past two years my mother and
brother have died of Consumption. I was mynelf
quite unwell most of this time, and when, shortly
after their death, I was attacked with cough and
severe hemorrhages, I naturally concluded that
I was destined to go with the same disease. I im
mediately consulted a physician, who made a spe
cialty of lung diseases. After examining me, he eaid
that be thought my lungs were sound, and that I
would soon recover. In less than a week after this
I had another severe hemorrhage. Thluklng that
my physician had made a mistake in my case, I
consulted another doctor. IIo thought my lungs
affected, and prescribed for me for a long time. I
got no better under his treatment, but generally
worse. My cough was very bad, my appcUte en
tirely gone; I had severe pain in my right side,
and for months I did not sleep more than two or
threo hours in a night, liy tongue was heavily
coated and I had a bad tatte In my mouth. I bad
the headache almost all the time.
Feeling that something must be done, I at last
concluded to consult with Dr. Schenck, the physi
cian who, I think, I have good reason to believe,
to be the best in the treatment of lung ducase. I
went to his office In Boston, and was examined.
IIo found my left lung quite badly diseased, and
my liver seriously aflected. He told me that I
could be cured if I would follow bis directions.
Of course I consented to do so, and I very soon
saw that my confidence In his ability was well
placed. I took the Mandrake Pills, Seaweed Tonic
andPulmonlo Syrup, all at one time, as directed by
him, and within ono month my worst symptoms
were gone. I went to sco the doctor on his next
visit to Boston, which was one month after the
first time I saw him, und he said "Only continue
with tlio medicine and you will surely get well."
I did so, and kept on gaining In every way until
I was perfectly well, and able to work at umial.
Since my recovery 1 have not lost a day's time,
except when I have made friendly viMta to the
doctor at his Boston office. My cough U gone, my
appetite la good, I havo no headache or pain in
my side: I tleep better than I ever did In my life,
aud my lungs are apparently healed, as 1 have no
These are tho reasons why I believe In and re
commend Ir. J. II. Hchcnck and bla medicines.
He did Just what he said ho would do for me, and
I believe that I owe my life to his medicines aud
caro-. FRED. F. TRULL.
JIudton, Mail., May 25, 1881.
STATEMENT OF MRS. ELLEN E. BUTLER,
Eighteen years ago I was to sick with what my
physlrlans pronounced Consumption, that neither
my friends nor myself thought that It was possible
for mo to recover. I had a terrible cough, with
Itrcat lost of flesh, nlght-sweata, and had quite
severe hemortliages as often as once a week.
Seeing that I was getting worse every day, from
tho treatment of my physician, I was Induced to
call on lr. Hchcnck on ono of his visits to Huston,
After examining my lung, he said that they were
sound, and that my troublo canio from the liver,
which was so badly swollen and Inflamed at to
press on tho lungs, causing the cough and hemor
rhages, lie prescribed his Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweod
Tonlo and Mandrake Pills, which soon gave me
great relief, and by their use, for a few weeks, I
was entirely cured. I have since advised their use
In a great many cnes of lung dlscaso, and they
have always douo all you claimed for tlipin.
MUH. EI.LKN E. BUTLER,
09 Elm titrvet, Charlestown, Mass.
March 18, 1881.
Do not produce sickness at trm stomach, naiisoa, or
arliilng. On Urn contrary, they am so mild and
aarifaliln In their milim that a person sunVrlnK with
Kick lloailuclio.HmirHtnmm'h.nr i'aln In tlio Itowela,
In speedily relieved of tluno illstnwnlnR symptoms.
They ant directly on the Liver, the organ which,
when In a lipitliuy condition, purines the blood for
tha wlioin body. , , . . ,
In all cua of M ver Complaint or Tiyspppsla, when
tliitr Is (treat wenknem or debility, lr. (teltrnck't
atoawetMl Tonlo should be used In eouneutluo
with tUeao PUla.
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