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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
LumbiQo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
ftor Throat. Swrllliiaa. Mpralna, HriltN,
turn, ftraltt. t'rml lillr.
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1'irn ti'wt to I) l.t'iruMM.
THE II A HI.K A. VOOH.HI CO.
tck ncadar ho iwtd uliwn all the- tronhlee tneL
dent to a biliuue suite, of theevetem.eurh a Iiia
tnese, Naneea, Dro-in'", lJisirma altercating,
Pn 'a In the Side, Ac. While their moutruuan.
able succees ha been ehown In curing
ITadArhe jet Cartcr'pLIttlc Liver Pill are e)tia!y
valuable in t'ontip.ition, curing and preventing
th.e annoying complaint, while they aluo correct
eldnordere of the stomach, stimulate the liver
aud regulate the bowels, liven ii tin 7 only curvd
Ache thrj would bealmoftprlcclp... to tho wh
euti'er f rm this diMm-mng complaint; but fortu
nately theirgoodnesadoe. ntit end liTt, and tbo
who once try them will find thto little uille van
able In eo many wnyat hut thev will not be willing
to do without them. Hut attur ail sick htad
la thebsr.o of po many livre that here i where we
make our peat burnt. Out pill cure it while
Carter's Littlo liver IMle arc very mll and
Very tar j to take. tine r r two pills make a dose.
They are rtrictly tcl' table and do nol prine or
purge, butbythiir f.'riitli! anion plcaee all who
lire them. In vialsnt ilicfntfi; flva forfl. 6oki
IjT druggists everywhere, or aunt by mini.
CARTER JIEDICIXE CO.. Now Tort
Qi:? rvs s?'C
TJIE i'E.Sr TJIIXG KSOUN
In Hard or .soft. Hot or Cold Water.
OAVES LAItOR. TIMK anil MOW AM.A7.
l.NGl.V, Hill (live, universal oilUlaetiun. N'C
laniily, net) or wr, euuiiiu 1 without it.
Bold by allOrncere. UKW Altt: of Imitation!
Well dengued to tnmlciid. I I tlll.INK m tbe
ONLY MAt'K labor nvidK coiiiMinnl, nuj al
T& beam Uib above ayuibol, iujU nauiu ol
JA.UEH l'YLK. XtW YUitK.
617 St Charlei St. St. LOUIS, MO
A. rrulnr Ormlnnto i, wo Iru-.llral
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amu know. on,iUM,,n it nr.i f 01 br n.all.
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tiytimllor cinn vvi-rv ln-i i.urnliir otiri
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Phyil.-al ff ""'-"jJlrrni Ul anu othir
Mpftlo.'iof Throatlnjn llonM, hlooi
tmparltltl ana lllnnd 1'nUniilac, slln atli7.
Marrlagp Itliviwutlm'lln. " Kprlriw
Untlna t fy front nicr-wnrkul ifTala.
Sfltl.ll Al. ew.H rrlTnifll attention.
Imlalgturei or Expoiuron.
ailoHTIIiccolintiy Miirm tl.nr this, Ii
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fi rvrr known OflillniK .. I . iH ortK
to.ainltlii. prnv-lun.l rMn..l i.. -;f .
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nattuiln. iicuninrlinimaremmli'. n
fount or tlin nr.t mimh.r 1.IvIiik, lb.
mauu.il l,y ot'ivrn. If von MrurMho.kl I : nd
irptafn.vi,t.r.,l nft. urHi (h(ll
inportnii ni.ti. r. J'ampUk-t, M pg.:. b ut
toany aiiilri-bt inc. '
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rMiHIn i.t it . .r i-iirri'iii'v, ijvit iiiiv win.
Oi rfiil ,,.. j.h i jiv.. (n tlif, m iih,,,'
f. li.Bfiijt Kiu.j. ,1,. vi, ,H, m,, rv 1 whou ,t.
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balla.iiit ,.rr.on,. Hi.-n k.'nt lii.I.t ,
J'-T. riM'nlnrMHi, ,n, n, .,,v.. I,t l.i J-
' Af-A CI IDr cow 1
'""'p- 'I hoitiueh
Cure, Nut a lm.
jAY-FJEVER m or Kunir. ah.
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urnCUL, I'APKU Or ALKXAN1IKK CUfNTY
i.MKHKI) AT TUB CAIRO l'OOTOKFICK KOH
rilANBM'HSIO.S THROUOn THE MAIL8 AT
BKCOND CI.AB8 HATES.
TERMS OF SUIiSf'KII'TION:
Ual.y, one year by mail 10 mi
Dai, If, one month . ()
ual y, one wen k &
Dally, flvo etk 1 U)
I'uhliahud vr.ry moruliiK (Monday excepted).
eenly, one year . $i 00
vei'iiy, n montha 1 UO
rnliUHhedHmrv Monilsv noon.
tClube of Ave or more lor Weekly Dullotln at
one time, per year, fl..w. l'nalaie lu all caeca
Al1 coinmnnlcittione nhould be arldrrprnd to
K. A. BLHNBTT,
PpMiaher and Proorletor.
WIT AM) IIL.MOIJ.
"A liiily" writes to tln editor of a
medical journal, a.-kin what will pro
vent stammering. One way is to keep
the lnniith sliut. Wo siisc( t lic never
inoulit ol that.
A magazine writer says that "Dress
imwt always he an out ward indieatiou
of the niin'd within." Whence, thcr".
fore, the leys of a dude's jiantaloons
indicate that he has a very thin and
contracted mind. Xorrislown 'JhrulJ.
In speak in r of tho jrirl to whom he
was enyayed he referred to her as his
"linancee." "You mean your fiancee.
I yucss. Jt is pronounced fee-ony-say."
"I don't care how it is jiroiiotinc'ed;
this yirl is niv financce. She's worth
),i)i)0. ".V." J'. Hun.
"Papa," said a little hoy, looking up
from his Sunday-school lesson, "arc all
our deeds in this world recorded?''
"Not always," replied tho old man,
who is a "real-estate lawyer. "I lost
.;.V once hy failiny to record a deed."
-V. Y. Mail and J-Jspras.
"Lost your rrip?" a Philadelphia
drummer asked his colleague, who was
looking very dismal on thetrain. "Xo,"
replied the man from Market street,
looking sadly at the jiretty yirl three
seals in front, whose side I'm had just
left, "I've got the wk."Jjurliugtijn
A young lady just out of Vas-ar was
walking along' an tip-town street, and
saw a sign in a shop reading: "Car
pets laid." Having glanced at it a
moment to make sure, she stepped in
side ami asked to see the hens. At
least, we are o informed hy a corres
I am determined to learn at what
hour my husliand comes home nights,
jet, do what I will, I can not leep
awake, and he is always careful not to
maky a particle of noise. Is there any
drug which produces wakefulness?
Wife. 2s'o need to liuy drugs. Sprinkle
the lloor with tacks.
"Have you over experienced extreme
cold, discovered that your .senses were
becoming numb, and a delicious
languor stealing owr yn Hint you
Were powerless to shnke oil? I le.vr. "
"So have I, often." "Where?"
Poston. 1 ii.ed to call on a l5o
girl twice a week. ,Y. '. Sun.
"Are you a Thcosophist?" inquired a
St. Louis lady of a brilliant lios
toiiienne, who was 'vi-iting her. "A
what? ejaculated the voting lad
from the Hub. "Whv. 11 Theosouhist.
"(JJi, iluur, tun hnvc net ttrh thin"
in Pioston. The Sullivan fit, you
know, is the only popular one in Uoston
now." St, Louis Critic.
A sage college girl at Cornell Uni
versity is wrestling with this important
problem: If heat expands things and
cold contracts tliem, how is it that coal
bills are larger in Winter than in Sum
mer? Such u disposition to give do-lnc-tie
iuetioiis precedence over tho
arduous tasks of novel-reading and
thumping' the piano shows a pitiful de
cadence in American girlhood.
Confectioner "I'eiucmber that all
the I'rcnch candy is in this case."
New clerk - "How'do you get it fre,h?"
Fresh? Why, we make it, of course."
Put I Uionglit French candy was im
ported." "Oh, no; we make it our
selves." Hut. then, why is it called
1'reueh candy do the' ingredients
come fnuu France?" "Well, I don't
know; maybe the phi-ier of pnris
does." - Ihi'iuhJlihiii Cull.
"Wall, ef dut wa'n't de blaiu'e-t
caper I eber seed," exclaimed an old
negro who sat on the bank of a bayou,
fishing. "What's the matter?" .s'oinn
one ti-kcd. "W'y. sah. jis' now inv
dog he eumnicil erlong an' laid down
at inv feet an' jis' minit, t r alligator
ho slips up an' gratis de dog an' fakes
him crwa He imperii) is trick I eber
Seed. M'm's I " a IliL'L'el' lirein lo r
al er barbecue,"
"They sav that fish makes brains,"
remarked Mrs. Yeast to her friend
Mi''. Crinisoiibeak, with whom s!,c was
dining tin- other day. "I don lievo
it." replied the smart .t,., , who
generally liked (,. have her 0wu way.
"Well, 1 do," said the iitor rather
emphatically. "Well, I guess I ought
to know," sharply exclaimed Mrs.
Crimsonbeak, losing herlemper. "I'vo
been eating it for the last forty-six
years!" i onki rn Stall .vu'in.
Ah! niv deaf felh
11W. li ¬
me to eonofatnlaln ton. Iteeit
married almost a month, haven't oni'"
Mr. Pink -"Over a month." '"Jhs
your love stood the est of inalrlinonv!1''
"Perfectly." "Surii of it, ,,),?"
"Could Hot he more so. We bad bis.
cuits for dinner vestcrda'v." "Hid
wifey make them?'' "Ve's." "And
you ale I hem?" "Yes." "Without :i
murmur?" -Without n inuiTiur."
"Happy man!" Auhuni A'i u:.
The day was young. Two men, each
carrying a lot of tools, cine nlowlv up
to the (orner of tivci, and lliero
paused. A Milton car had Ju l passed
the corner, and ua fully twenty feet
tuvny. "There's our car," remarked
one, calmly. No mutter," replied his
eoinimiiloii; "we'd have to hurry to
ketch it. There'll lie auolher hi an
hour," and they seateiUheiie.clves In a
doorway and llghled their pipes. They
were plumber. -HutUm d'ulir.
A New York lady who imagined that
tho frontier Indian Is amh plcted by
Feniuioiv Cooper was eonveisiii"' willi
a wealthy t'overiiment ollichd frmn the
din. "I iniagino that 101 f thesu
s'lnaws are ipiiio retined In their man
ners." k1. remarked. "Yen," was thu
I'l'ly. "when ono of them miuaws mar
rieM a Kohlicr, gcti herself lnsldn of a
pair of cavalry loots and outside of a
few quarts of whisky and hangs on
pome shoo-fly jewelry, her couduct U
ladylike in the extreme." Texas Sift-
"Why is it that the employes in tele
phono ofliees uro all ladit's?" Mrs.
Iirown made this inquiry of her h us
b ind. "Well," nnswered Mr. Brown,
"tin' managers of tho telophone com
panies were awaro that no clas9 of em
ployes work so faithfully as thoso who
are in love with their labor; and they
knew that ladies would bo fond of tho
work In telephone olliccs." "What is
the work in a telephone office?" Mrs.
Urftwn further inquired. "Talking,"
answered Mr. Brown, and the conver
sation canio to an end. Somcrville
Tho 17-year-old girl who annually
cuts her father's cntiro crop of wheat
and mows ten acres of grass lives in
Union county this year. Besides per
forming these agricultural labnra Ghn
has "set up" with a 6toro clerk three
nights a week, read seven continued
stories in a weekly family journal, at
tended four Sunday school idc-nina set.
the dog on twenty-nine tramps, and
fallen otl'a cherry tree. And ret. Rnmfl
cranky editors continue to propound
tho conundrum: "What Can Unman
"I understand that you have stonncd
practicing." said tho Secretary of State
to an eminent colored
Yas, sah, 'eluded to gin up de trade
an go ter nreachin'. In din ennnirp
dar ain't no money ter bo made in do
practisin' o' medicine. Wy, sah, ef I
had er 'voted my time cz close tor
suthin' else cz I has ter dis business. I
woum er been putty well off hv dis
time. Ober two-thirds of my Datients
neber paid me. sah." "WW A,hSt
you sue them?" " 'Twouldn' done no
good, kaso da. wuz dead, sah. I got
de wus' class o' patients. None o' 'cm
neber had no health an' constitution."
Economy in the kitchen ought to bo
the first principle in housekeeping. Tho
young wife who i.s too stuck up To look
after tho eating department littlo
knows how many dollars she can save
out of her housekeeping money for
herself. When I see Ethel with new
gloves and shoes without askino- me to
plunge my hand in my pocket 1 know
that she, being housekeeper, has been
"on tho save." "Where did you get
the gloves, Ethel!' "Nipped the mon
ey out of the hoes,.," l g,.t for a reply.
Conseijoei t'y I call this "nip" money.
Any sen i!ilc, careful woman can "nip"
nml yet provide well. Silver Pin in
Hun i'rawisco Si ws-Letter.
The I'll ma Donna's Oystcra.
A famous European prima donna who
visited this country not many years ago
was exceedingly quiet in her tastes and
her manner of living, and on arriving
at our shore proceeded with her suite
(of one) her maid to one of the best
and most exclusive hotels of New York.
n ith a fancy of something of a feast af
ter her operatic performance, she de
termined to test the New York oysters,
of which she had heard so much in
praise. v nen me periormance was
over the songstress returned at onco to
her apartments at her hotel, and sum
moned a servant in the customary man
ner. The waiter soon appeared and
some ovfers were ordered. tust hrn-
it may be said that tho maid retired at
mice to her own room with a headache,
so tho oysters were ordered fo only
one. -jiow many will vou have ask
ed tho waiter. "How many?" said tho
lady, at the same time thinking. "I
feel as if I could cat a thousand, I am
so hungry;" but onry. added with a
manner indicating that she had lived on
oysters all her life "you may bring a
hundred!" She noticed on replying
that a surprised expression covered the
i.ice oi the servant, about winch she on
ly mentally questioned, and took up a
loreign paper wniie the man was leav
ing the room. Some time passed, tho
I ady wondering at the delay, when a
knock came at the door, and in walked
live men bearing trays half-tilled with
plates containing oysters on tho half
shell, lemons, crackers, water, napkins,
etc. A single glance at tho first tray
explained to tho lady tho surpriso she
had noticed on the face 'A the servant
...i... i... i i i , i , ,
vwio nan answered ncr oen; out not a
quest inn was asked nor a word spoken.
The plates, glasses, etc., were arranged
on the various tables in the room, ami
the lady was left alono with her feast!
She realized that she had unwitting
ly played a joko upon herself, which
she determined no one in the hotel
should know. Her feast ended, and
she wondered how in the world she
could dispose of the dozensof great oys
ters left there untouched. fn a moment
more she opened tho window, and, oiiq
by one. took tho oysters at tho end of
her fork and threw them out as far as
she could, in all directions, till each
shell was emptied. Another knock was
heard, and answered. Tho waiters
again entered, found the lady alono at
the table, rending as before, and not a
vestige of an oyster In sight. The look
of surprise winch met the lady as sho
glanced at the faces of the servants was
iimplu compensation in every respect
for tho mistake she had made. She has
ofleii told thu story since, and assures
her friends that she can never forget
nor cease to enjoy her lirst feast of New
In nn address delivered by Sir Rich,
nrd Temple before the British Associa
tion at Montreal it was stated that tho
population of the British Empire eon
Mstsof lUM'Un.lMiii Anglo-Saxons, If,.
OOil.lKMj Hindus and ks.oihi.imhi Moham
medans, etc. -a total of ;tl,r,,(iiii))ii(ii).
The urea of tho empire and its depend
etieies i.s 10,(.M)II.(MII) Mpiarn mile. Tilt)
number of trained soldiers is Mkixio,
of whom about "iiii.iumi nn. ,, (, ti,im
iiiaut race. In addition there aru !Wt
0W policemen In the empire.
Tho swallow Immigrates from West
ern Africa to (ireat Britain every
spring, remaining there about six
months. The swallow goes all over
the world, even so far north as Norway
and Lapland. During their migration
swallows have been repeatedly known
to settle upon tho rigging of vessels,
apparently sull'erliig from eMreino ox
Imustlon, and afler remaining n nl-rht
to i'et, reiK'v their journey refresfied
and Invigorated. Thuy invariably ro
lui'ii to tho tropics for winter.
HUDAY MOKNJJia nEflBaiBB 6
ThubsOat Evesino, Dec. 4, 1884.
The woHther for the past fevTdiiy hai
been anything but that of ' winter. Tbe
thermometer has regiitered at high ai 65
orTOdegnea. The day are clear or fair,
while a full moon makes the nlghta exceed
The markets are very dull anr) very little
change is noticeable. Some attribute the
dullness to the late election, but how true
it is we cannot say,
FLOUR Nothing doing. Stocks are
full and receipts light. Tbe quotations re
main the atme.
II AY More active, but prices remain
unchanged. The atocke are heavy.
CORN Movement light. Stocki are
large and receipts apace with the sales.
OATS Are very dull end a good supply
on hand. Prices the samo.
MEAL Very dull and unchanged.
BRAN Tbo prices have declined a few
BUTTER Dull aa 1 very little Belling
and that only strictly first qualities.
EGGS Are very scarce and in active de
mand. Prices are firm.
TURKEYS Are conno in pret'y freely
but tho demsnd is not supplied. Gued
prices are obtained.
CHICKENS-Old hens and extra young
are slow sale, while until young have tio
sale at all.
Fruits and vegetables remain the same.
rales una Quotation.
NtiTK. The prirea nere given are I'.r ale trnm
flrtthaude In round lote. An advance n
cbarircd lor broken lotnin billairorrU r,
300 hb'e rarl me gradce.
in dd' chut e...
10 bole fancy
100 bble ezira fancy.,
10 care gilt edu
4 ore choice
1 car mixed.
Scare choice White In bulk.
2caremlxe in hulk......
4 care white in bulk
5 rare In hulk
4 care miM d in bu.k
4 care choice
2 care extra
l' bble ( ltv on
JoO bble City
400 ponnde country mixeo
!hi pounds choice dairy
SO tound. fancy creamery
CiOu ponnde choice country
;0j puunde cooking butter
. 34 4l
WW dozen .
.i io in ou
7 Oo if
8coope large yonng aud bene...
.2 25-2 Mi
.1 b&i IKI
ncoopec OIC IMUcd ,,,
7coope media young
" lid riorki mallarde per do
Wild dncke mined "
" lid turkey ech
quail per t r. ....'....
- nlnou aaddle
liabblte per doa
Fancy Ben Davie & Rome Beauty per t bl
th. Ice W me Sap per bb!
1 75aa '
Potaloee. per buehel Zy,in
iuwiwh vcr uin..... , .....,,, 1 !J0
Orangee, per bhl..
Oranitee pu box..,
Leuione per box . .
4 lO'ii 50
f bolcn per barrel.
Choice per bunhol
7.V 2 f0
Per 100 choice...
. M lOalO 0.
T n - V, I
rine uuwan.'ied ,
j iiirna.ii.il .................,
Fancy Canvaered Hani
Ohio HI voi.
2' liimhtl Inirlm t
Peach tie, hm ve nf 'lUurlor
Choice linnd picked uay
I Dion ou
CreTin . .
in to 9
io to to
10 to 45
to to ii on
75 to AO
liearrr per pound,
Bear h 1 00 to U 00
S to 50
Call, Hrouii ,
Dry flint choice 15
Dry Malt n
Oreeo Malt a
Sheep Poltn.dry nvaM
isnenii reu, vrunn ,, W
lainn(vu iiiiivv...... .mm
tomruun Lui t j if,mt ne
UimmI iu Be 4 Boa 5 Wi
Modlnm Lear... h i!h 1 H
OwLeel... A a nil
UoeLeaf.,.., , T Boa 0
Tho following Letters were mihliah! n
The Christian at Work, tho leading rcligioua
paper of New York, tome ftonths since.
That they attracted great attention is proved
by the following editorial notice which soon
after appeared In that paper :
"The publisher of The Christian at Work
has been asked if the letters published in this
paper, by Dr. J. H. Schenok, of Philadel
phia, were genuine. In reply he savs. that
his representative has seen tho originals of
every letter at tho office of Dr. Schenck. In
FROM P. TURNER, Jr., BINGHAMPT0N, N.Y.
JIESSRS. J . II. Scuenck&8o.v, Philadelphia,
ucnuemen,- i nave concluded that it is
my duty to write you in regard to tho treat
benefit I have receivml hv tlm ,.e 1..
' Schcnck's medicines. Ono" and n.liulr
1 S0 I was very with wmt m frfenJs
i anil myself believed to ho Consumption of
" u". ino uiecase neijnn witn a liiutvy
cold, iu worst symptom being a dry, hacking
1 coiiL'h, which was almost continuous nlidit
and day. Soon after this I be,-an raisin? a
thick yellow matter. Beina; exposed to all
kinds of weather, by working at ruy trade, I
caught additional cold and grew worse, until
I was obliged to give up all work. I ut this
time had ternblo pains in my lungs, and was
?" attacked with severe niijht-sweats. I
tried all the cotmh remedies advertised, I be.
lieve, before I heard of your remedies. They
were first brought to inv notice by readimr
your book on "Consumption and its Cure "
a '"ft'lyourniedicines; tlmtis. the Man
drake Pillt, Seaweed Tonlo and Pulmonio
S7''. felt t,1(!ir encffioial elleets from the
hrst. They gave me strength and they gave
me appetite, and in a very short time my
cough was looser, and soon after disappeared
altogether. I began to gain flesh, too, and in
the course of two months from beginning
their use, I was very near well. 1 am now
entirely well, and, believe me, very thankful
that I found your medicines and took tlmm
in time to save my lift:. 1 shall I pleasod to
nave any one call on me in regard to lay case.
Yours truly, P. T URN ER, Jb.,
Cor, Henry and Liberty Sts.,
Oct. SS, 1381. Binghatnpton, N. Y.
CURED OF CONSUMPTION.
FniLADELpniA, July 10, 1832.
Dr. J. II. Schenck.
DnrStr.-l have been very sick, and was
told by several of the best physicians of this
city that I had Consumption, and could live
but a short time. I wits advised by a friend
to consult you. which I did. Under your
treatment I improved rapidly, and am now
enjoyui? perfect health. 1 expected to die, I
my symptoms being all very bad ; had hemor.
rhages, night-sweats, and a backing cough. I
I believe your treatment saved my life. I'lease
accept niv sincere thiii!; r.,r oil m i,
done for me. Shall recommend your remedies
whenever I meet any one afflicted as I was.
I remain ever grattfullt and respectfully,
ASXIE W. IUTTENIIOCSE,
013 Kurtz Street, ThUadelphia.
FROM MR. HARLEY P. HOPKINS, PR0VI.
0ENCE, R. I.
HetlCuftlftfConitumption'ry Dr. Srhmrk't
MedicinrH, np?r bring (iis-n up to by
tome ofth but l'hyticiaiu of tin City,
Dr. J. Jj. Scdesck.
Dtar SirtZ havo been cured of what three
f the best physician of thie city told me was
Consumption of the Lung, by the use of your
medicine.. I wae flrt attacked with tbe diic&sa
In October, lSsO, and although I wae from that
timo continually nndor tbe cure of a physician,
I grew worse and worao, until at last I was con
lined to my bed. I can hardly say that I was
first attacked with the disease in 1880, for my
lungs bad been weak for many years previous to
this, and I would quite often Lave eevere pain
in my hrcaxt, if I took tho leuit cold or exerted
tnyolf too mueh in ony way. I crow worse, mv
v ,u ,lry uni, . j na uint-swata eo
.v. uij uK'i, uirougn me nijht, would
be a i wot nj thougli wnter hud been thrown over
uio. I wae connnnally rhising blood and largo
quantities of offemivq mnlter from my lung
end at la-t bad nil tlio well-known 'ymidouii of
I'on.-nmptinn in iu last rtage..
At tlio riiict of my fi.mily, hit plij.ldan railed In
two Ot inr d.M-t(,n ol IhUtity. (,,,1 il(.v uU,.t in tx.
annnatlim, acre, d thai mv c ,. p,.,., .
li.f .imwl my nt,. ml ,B, .,t, r 1, t , iiiIc,um
Hot live, nn my lime w.m, bo ei v sli,,rt lur armneina
n.y worldly i.H.,t. H.ry,.!,,, Kli, ,,, n0
IV" .7 . ,"f H"v "",t""- Ibe nft lny my friend.
Mr. 11. 1 l.i iih, i.,iuii,K r n,y coi,.iiti..ti, ti nt me a
little f your Pulmonic S)rup, tliinking it might
r-ln vn m ohikIi, and uik nit ixinciuruiion wnur.
1 bo,-n 11-iiiK it, uevr v. n It. .(.fiK tlmt It would cure
mn, but fiihliiiic grat nlini fu m lta u.. Whfn the
brt totile m. vTie, 1 .,,t sf nir(1. j eon
timi'd It linlll I lm I iimil .tpii or eitht Im,IIm. All
llil lime 1 vrii. In bl oml w a o ciik lli.it 1 had tu
h luted. 1 lil not a dillicult thinir to do, bowi-vrr
h 1 only i!ii.liw lH,nt ninety puuwlt. Aa 1 have
e.id, I Kiiniii. need the ue of Die m.diclna wllh no
Ji1.1t: ht f It. nn ii,K ma, l ut rt. r hiking tbe elehth
toit.1 1 woi.l.l Koni. tiiii'a M a liule huiierr, a lliini
1 bml not i,i f,ir iinn fr mnnv moniha, I omitted lo
nn iilion ilu.t .Her I.iI.Iiik lour or live botte of Hi.
Puln onto Svrup, t abv i. k.-t biluiiK ti,fl Soawocd
Icn. , and I uia i to.,k m.tni. ol the Mandrake Pillt.
It l Itm-llleu for IIIO til :V yol an count of all
my I i-llni:. dnrliiK my retwerv. of couree It wkow
but it wiitalmiMitN. I Kinouiilly nnUm nrfnclh the
c-lmr.wter nl wlml I rali.eil Imm ty n,,Wa chaiiiKil
-not bfli,u ao olMiMvo-eiiil 11I Lot I wiu H,9 Jt
up end wmk about my r .. .prom tltta time my re
ceveiy in rnild. I nnnsl tl -M, fa.t nnl itonn wont
nil iloom, ami now 1 mn entirely well, a wonder to all
hi) ncipuiiiitiinera who miw me v lien 1 whs to low, I
elih one hundred and nlxiv two pnninle, anpHllla
T "" "'Hi 1 n' yer leu (illltPr II) m
lifr. I consider your mmlirinee e wndrlu In thur
ell. cte. Tliny hnvo .iivh! my f, and 1 el no thankful
I" yen tlmt I am anxloim tlmt nil who are mnerlne:
lih lung troubles nhuitld know bow Rood they er".
?" iVH b(,,,,r '"'omit of my c.m in
telllnu of it tbnii in wrlliiiK, and ir eny who read thle
am Inierealed, they are welcome to call ou in at niv
re!. y,re truly,
lUIILICY P. HOPKINS,
thy t!, mi. N 2 "UWt'" 8''' ,,r"IJ,,nw'
Mn. II jni.r.y P. ITnrktve, who writ tlm f,roeMnc
letter to ir. Sclionek.of Plnbnleliibu,, 1. an old re.l.li.iit
or I'lWldenre. I buve kitonii linn well for the lut
nneen yenpi, nml 1 Cllll nf,, tia t(a ,1 ic tltnt all he
Ima written in riitnl to bin Mi knew nml recnTury le
elrlrlly true, lie van (-uilerl a Coimuniiillv.,
the litut Maion of the dlM-iute, by bin pbytlrlan and
Mend., and I believe Unit lili rwovery Ut entirely due
lu thu uiu of Jjr. Icheiii:k'i medieltiim,
II. I. WITH, l)rUg,ji,lt
M. V'i N. lt;,lu St., I'lovldence, H, I,
PROM TO WAN DA, PA. j
I)ii. .!. II. f-VitK.-n k, Plillailelphln, Pa, i
Dr irfitn-l wus taken sli k In tho Fall of 18(19,
but iniiiinucd to keep up nnd at my bunliicae for
two yenrs. Finally I bad lo censo work albigellior
for over a year. 1 hadahackliigroiiKh all the time, '
and when tho wcuilit r was dump I could ecarcely
pi t my breath, lleiirlng of your medlclne, I
determined in kIvu tlii'iu a trial. I lined the Pub
monlo Svruo. Sonweed Tonlo ami Mandrake Pllli for 1
foiiiu lime, mull 1 hey cured me, anil elneo llien
Inivt) bad Kood health nil tho tltnt1, my Iiiiikn bidnir
Miiuretiily oainl, 1 believe tlmt I bad ConKUmp.
Hon, 1 have irrent faltli In your medhdnee, and
Would tiritu all who mu eullerlng Willi Jung CUUl
plniiiui lo uiu them. Youra truly,
Jim. 13, 1882, Or Mi.Intvhk A BrsNciin,
Currlego Manufacturer!, Towaiido, Pa,
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