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ELY BROTiJEHS, Druj-irlsts, Owcgo, N1 V.
Bubver Lytton's Bridge.
Where It Touches the Shores and the
Great Columns In Midstream.
"Whstabienilfnl briilae between old age and
cblldboodlj religion. How Intuitively tho child
beplns with prayer and worship on entering lllo,
and how Intuitively on quitting llf.-. tho old man
turns bark to prayer and wornh'p, putting hlmiulf
again ride by side with the Infant,1' remarks Mr K.
Bulwort Lytton, In his ' 'Strange Story."
'Ye, but between Its distant abutment a the
bridge of life bas many bljjU and awful arches,
thn ugh which the wild waters dah and roar In
wra'h and desolation. Prater aud w irshlp alone
Oonotsui-uintbexB. ature's solid r. cks mut
rear and .olidlly ihe Hiucmro overhead. God's
will Is best exHmplimd In the laws llehasmude
Tor the creatures wlom lie uas plared utid r their
control. Neltiierihe child's tru-tful -Our Father,"
nor theold nun's "r-oreet me pot In ue inldnt of
njins Inflrmlllts." will alter this by the weight of a
Selene and art nrtthen faith and pnver-ls
tb order of Heavuu ltsulf, DMnlty hxals through
Its agents, aud tho-o aitent. are the dlfcverle of
man; not the vagip. auiicuucements ol prophets or
seers. Is life a burden to your l).e time draut
Is your power to c .pe wltti ille's pmhiom nd du
ties we.kened? luuaisnnt well. Your Mood Is
Ingglsh and taint d, perhaps; or some linporiatit
organ Is tor Id orovorworHed. This fact may Uave
taken the form of dvsp 'p-la, rlieumaiis.n, ont
malaria, pains in the timtch, chronic hetHnohe',
or anv of a dnaun other Ms. PaKKKVN TONJU
will luvigorats jon, as fresh air i' Vljo-aies those
who b-ive leeu shut up In dsm , fo id rolls, it ta
powerful, pure, delicious, flentldc, sfe ihit key
lone of the central arch of the bildge of llfu.
A T)T17Tj"1 B'ird lt cent for posisgs
' M, XXllAiiJ. aii'i receive irue a coftlr hn
.. or uoods wh :b w 11 uulp d
M more money rlRht sway tnaa auvthlu the In
this world. All. nf either sex, succeed from irst
hour. Ihe bri.ad road to fortune opens bsfore the
, "wwii, Binuiuuiijr sure. i ouce acuress
, , , TttUKCO,Angwu, Maine.
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INVARIABLY IN ADTANOI.
All communications should bo addressed lo
K. A. bUKNKTT,
AN OirEltUK'S CLKMIiNUY.
How Louis Napoleon Iteunrih-d Ills Cn
Iloro is a plcnsinp; inciiU'nt in the ca
reer .of Napoleon III., which took placo
while he was with the camp at llou
logno in 1851:
Oil arriving at Roiilopno, tho emperor
commissioned M. Dueos, tho minister
of the marine, to fiud out if there still
existed in that town any of tho men
who had been conecrned in his arrest
on tho occasion of his ill-fated expedi
tion in 1840. Dueos discovered a sailor
who had thrown himself into the sea to
seize tho prince, who was trying to
swim lack to the vessel in which he had
come, tho aforesaid Railor having
clutched the pretender by the hair; then
Ducoi also discovered tho gendarme,
then a custom house oflicer, who, on
the beach, had received tho vanquished
prince from tho hands of the sailor and
had taken him by the collar. These
two men wero brought, to Dueos, who
asked them if they wero really tho per
sons that had been designated to him?
The two poor devils replied with much
hesitation, that it was they who had ar
rested the prince, and Dueos ordered
them to return the noxt morning at
9:30. After an anxious night they pre
sented themselves before tho minister
exactly at the appointed hour. Ducoa
conducted them before tho emperor,
and the sailor was the first ono admit
ted to his presence. Tho einperor,
twisting his long mustache, walked
quickly up to him and said: "So it was
you that in 1810 sprang into tho sea
and captured my by seizing me by tho
- The Sailor Your majesty, I
Tho Emueror Look here, wasit vo j?
Yes or noP
The Sailor (recovering his self pos
session) Well, yes, your majesty; all
the others were firing at you, and you
might havo been wounded and got
drowned, so I jumped ink) tho sea to
save your life it was I who saved your
The emperor and tho minister had
hard work to keep their faces straight
while listening to this embellished his
tory of an arrest changed to a rescue.
"N ell done, my good lellow, ' re
plied the emperor, "here is the cross
that you won in doing your duty; and
here nro 500 francs as a souvenir from
Next camo tho gendarme custom-officer,
but his imagination was loss in
ventive than that of tho sailor, and sug
gested to him no such marvelous trans
actions. Ho stammered and hesitated
some time, then bravely making up his
mind, he replied:
"Yes, sire, it was I. You were break
ing tho laws. I was on duty and ar
Tho fcmperor "And that cross that
you wear who gave you that?"
Tho (iendarnio "Sire, it was King
Tin; Kmueror "For having arrested
Tho Gendarme "I nm an old sol
dier 1 had done good service I but
tell tho truth, sire, it was on the occa
sion of your arrest that I received it."
Tho Emperor "I am sorry for it, be
cause I shall not havo (lie pleasure of
giving it to you myself, since you have
already got it, but here is tho military
medal taking oil' the one he wore him
self and fastening it to the breast of tho
gendarme's uniform. You are a bravo
And tho gendarme received, as tho
sailor had already done, a gift of ,100
francs. I'uris Cvr, I'hilaillpliiu liitl
Idin. How It Worked.
A few days ago a Detroit wife was
reading a newspaper article which
tickled her almost to death. It was
entitled: "How to Keep Your Husband
at Home," and It was about the Troy
wife who turned the sitting-room into a
saloon and thus wedded her hn-band to
his homo and kept him in nights. This
Detroit wife cackled and grinned, ami
raeklcd again, and vowed she'd follow
the plan to tho last detail. That even
ing when her husband had finished his
supper and was making a rush for his
bat to go down and seo a man on 100,
000 worth of business, tho exultant
wife led him into tho library. There
was sawdust on the floor, six big spit
toons artistically arranged around tho
floor, and A bar on which rested half a
dozen bottles of beer and a supply of
"My angel wife, may heaven bless
vou!" exclaimed tho husband, as ho
looked around him and took in all tho
Then ho walked around nnd expec
torated in each spittoon, and ho walked
up to tho bar and sworo liko a trooper
and called for beer. When ho drank it
ho kicked over a chair and said ho was
just as good as VanderbiU or any other
man. when ho had imbibeil somo
more beer ho kicked over tho bar and
broke tho bottles, nnd when his wifo
began to talk polities ho blackened her
pvo and went in to clean out tho place.
When tho neighbors finally got tho man
quieted down things wero endwlso nnd
crosswise oil over tho house, while half
of tho neighborhood were hunting for a
fire-alarm and the o: her half for tho po
lice. When tho hystericky wlfu had
finally explained her plan to tho mob
filling tho parlor, her husband sat up
on end nmid tho wreck and waved his
lists about and shouted:
"You bus ynu boo,1 Nlcosz g'loon in
hw town! Everybody como up'n driz
my sponse! Whorozer man wants to
run out niguur 'tfttft Francisco Ex
CA1K0 BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOUNINU DECEMBER 17, 1834,
Tho Century for November has an
editorial under tho head of "Lawyers
Morals," from which tho followin"'
points nro quoted:
"1. A lawyer ought to bo a contlo
man. His function as an attorney
gives him no dispensation to disregard
tuo ordinary rules of good manners,
and the ordinary principles of deconev
and honor. IIo has no right to slander
ins ncigiiuor, even u his neighbor bo
the defendan t In a cause in which he
appears for tho plaintiff. IIo has no
right to oully or browbeat a witness in
cross-examination, or artfully to entrap
that witness intogivingfalso testimony.
Whatever tho privilege of tho court
may be, tho lawyer who is guilty of
Buen ijracticus in court is no gentleman
out of court.
"2. A lawyer ought not to Ho. He
may defend a criminal whom he knows
to bo guilty, but he may not sav to tho
jury that ho believes this criminal to bo
I . A. If ..
innocent, no may not in nny way in-
i on li v cemvev in inn 1 re r in ni.
pressiou that ho believes tho man to bo
innocent. He may not, in his plea.
pervert or distort tho evidence so as to
weaken tho forco or conceal tho moan
ing of it. He is a sworn oilicor of the
court, and his oath should bind him to
tho strictest veracity. It would be
quixotic to expect him to assist his ad
versary, but his obligation to speak tho
truth outranks every obligation, that he
owes to his client. It is notorious that
some lawyers who would think it scan
dalous to tell a falsehood out of court,
in any business transaction, lie shame
lessly in court in behalf of their clients.
and seem to think it part of their pro
fessional duty. That bar of justice,
before which, by their professional ob
ligations, they are bound to tho most
stringent truthfulness, is the very place
whero they seem to consider themselves
absolved from the common law of ve
racity. So long as the legal mind is
infected with this deadly ho esy, we
need not wonder that our courts of
justice often become tho instruments of
'8. A lawyer ought not to sell his
services for the promotion of injustice
and knavery. Swindlers of all types
are aided by lawyers in their depreda
tions upon society. Tho mock broker
who operates in V all street, and strips
green country speculators of their hard
earned gains oy tho most nefarious
roguery, always has an able lawyer as
his accomplice. The gentleman by
whose agency u nest of these rascals
was lately broken up says: 4The great
ditliculty in stopping swindles of this
class is that tho rascals make enoup-h
money to be able to employ the best of
egal advice, and are, moreover, careful
to do nothing which will render them
iablo to arrest.' This is the testimony
of a lawyer, Mr. Ralph Oakley, of New
York. 'The best of legal advice' can
bo had, then, in New York City for
such purposes. It would be more dilli
cult lo believe this if "its truth were not
so often illustrated in the stupendous
frauds and piracies of great corpora
tions, all hi winch arc earelully engin
eered by eminent lawyers. Our mod
ern 'buccaneers' our brave railroad
ATix-'kiTs arc in constant consultation
with distinguished lawyers. They unde
niably have 'the best of legal advice' in
planning and executing their bold
Tlio AVily Conductor.
A plump German, with a faco the
color of a fresh Frankfort Sausage, en
tered a Third avenue street-car yester
day afternoon. IIo did not seat him
self precipitately, but glanced nervous
ly at all tho advertisements placed
around t ho vehicle, reading them with
much difficulty, and apparently little
satisfaction. 'Then he bestowed half of
his corpulence upon a seat and the oth
er half upon the lap of an acid spinster,
to whom he remarked: "How is it they
don't state the fare in some part of tho
carP How's a man to know what he is
"Conductor," said ho, "what's the
"Five cents to everyone," answered
that worthy, ns though ho was making
a vast concession.
"Indeed, conductor, I entered this
very car last Sunday."
"Uli! was the rejoinder, made with
out nny conspicuous interest.
"Yes, conductor. Don't sav vou
cannot remember mo, for I seo you do
so. Conductor, on that occasion I paid
you C cents. In my ignorance of tho
fare; nnd in tho absence of nny sign for
my information, I paid you 'G cents.
You took that sum, conductor. You
returned mo no chance,"
"Sorry, sir," saidtheconductor: "ac
cidents will happen even in tho best
'You are nn impertinent fellow, con
ductor," said tho gentleman with tho
corpulence. "I'll bo even with you,
though." Here tho German sworo a
tremendous Teutonic oath, which
sounded liko "Sauerkraut and kartofl'el
sirlid," after which ho appeared slight
ly relieved. "Conductor, hero's your
faro, which will bo four cents to-day."
"Oh, no you don't," said ho of tho
vehicle; "not if I know it. Your full
faro or I stops tho car."
"Gott in himmel!" ejaculated tho
Dutchman In horrified frenzy. "What
a country! What institution! Abso
lutely no redress! Am 1 not in tho
rijrhtP" ho asked, addressing the car.
Tho acid spinster gazed upon, him
with contempt nnd two girls burst out
laughing in his face, which was largo
enough to havo accommodated half a
"Conductor," ho exclaimed at last,
"what did you imagine I gave you 6
cents for? If you did not return it, what
did you do with it?"
"Wtdl, sir, when I receives extra mon
ey I always says, 'That ere gent is tip
ping mo. Maybe ho thinks I've exceed
ed my duty and likes to recognizo it.'
I don't exactly recollect you, sir, but if
you snys you give me (J cents, then I
must have pocketed the other cent and
considered it a tip. You see, sir, you're
such a respectable looking gent that
there' d bo nothing ext inordinary in
you're glvin' a feller a cent."
"That's true," said the German com
placent ly. "I never give less, ((induc
tor. Hero's your nickel. You're a
civil fellow." New Yvrk Times,
Ono man in Santa Uarbara, Califor
nia, has raised UOO.OOO pampu plumes
Mrs. Smith's Case, and what tho Rev.
Air. Mclvlustry lias to s.ty about It.
Totui P, Bi.ic: 1 have bi nn a fearlul stiff ror lor
nueen yuarn, mom ol tint nine with what has been
called Kiai nia or Halt Hheuiii. I'sorUxis rii.I
pra. and Ihe liko, and have alwnys been told that
ineio was no cure lor me, and buvu been ko iil
roiirKHii tnui I had code die as live 1 have
been so badly alllh ted sometimes that thnro was
tot tnesma lest spot from tuo crown of my head
to the soles of my luei that wns not d ceased mid
as red as crimnon. It womd commence In cina l
while si ote, which tind a silvery appearance, hut
were not deep, but If 1 attempted to heal fern, or
soon alter ineir nrs appearance, thoy would hern
a (i run together uulll there wa. a comple'o dry,
red scale, whlcli would become so li flamed a to
riack and look fiery and merv, and the buruiug
sensation would he almost lntole-anlu
1 wax at times so lame Unit I could scarcely get
anoni, ana couiu not drees in i cell wl liout Hsit
sree. I bavo tried mauy remedies, and havo raid
$1 ill In a s!nglu InsUnco to a physician, hut have
ever oniaiLeu ohk temporary relief. Although
neipea tor a time, l soon roiapsed again to
he as badly trout led as ever, and diir,ni thu licur
of 1SSI anil IBHJ I suilered so much as to tie entire.
ly discouraged. 1 hhI summer, tiowmer. I wa ail.
vised by Elder and Mrs. L. O. McKlostrv. wno are
well known In tnese regions, to tr jour Cut tuiu
Kkmkdiks: and I fell somehow a' lulu eonraL-H.
from their fnvorahlu opinion of them, to try their
virtue, An uttlia second weoK of -mly lust I com
menced tauing the rented es, and within six Weeks
I began to see a permanent improvement until
now (Oi't. 11 1 am ah'iiu us uood as new. itiu m
flesh Is as the flesh of a cbl d
Whs. BKNJ. SMITH.
I certify that the above siutemcnt f m. w ife Is
correct, and 1 Jo n with her in expre si g my
gratitude for thu great benefit hIio bus received.
I certify that the above statement la correct. Mr.
Smitb Is a prominent man In this community,
wi.ee he lives. Ho is a well-known denier In
slock, and bis i-tatement, with that of bis wlfu, Is
iuny euiiiieu to rred i.
Hone at Munsti a i, I'rovlnce o! Ouehec. this
tweuty seventh d ;V of October. lfeS2.
It. f . .VCM.-NSTKY.
Minister of the O ispe1.
Later. -I have fcen Mrs. Kmilh rec n Iv and be.
llevo her to be thoroughly and perinaretl c red.
L. r, AUKINS' It V.
See. Advert Ch. Conf., J O.., No.Vt. and No. N.II.
iiosion, ept. h, ttsi.
Cntlcura Itesolvent, the new hlood nur'fler. and
Cuticura. nnd Citicur .Snap, the great skm cures
and beaut 11 'r. are told everywhere, Price, Cuti
curu. SUc. ; soap, '.'5c. ; Kesoiveut, $1.0u.
Potter Drug i nd Ci.einieal Co . Boston.
OATA R R II .
The Great Balsimic DIs limt'on
of Witch Jloaul, American l'lne.
Canada Kir, Maiieold. Clover Bli s
' m, eic . ra.led fcANFjiip's l.tu
CAi, Cl'liK, for ihe immediate relief
and permanent (lire of i verv lo:m
of CBtdrrh, fiom a fiiiiid Cold In
the Heid to loss of smell, Taste and
llearinp, Congh Mid t uurrhal
Coi sumption. (' inplcto treat
niem, cou l-ilpg ot on hi t'lo i(d
leal Ctrc. one In x Cutunhal Solv
ent, and one 1 n i roved Iuhuler. in
o' e package, nmv now he had r.f
ill DriiL'L' sts for gl. Ask for S 4N
i'OHD'S RADICAL CUKK.
Complete Treatment with Inhaler SI.
The onlv absolute to. clfle. wo know of." Med.
Times. "The t.ci"t we have found in a lifetime ol
suffering."-Kev. It. Wiggin, Boston. "Aleri
long stru 'cln witn Ca arrh, tie- Bauicai. Cijiik has
c nquercd " kiv. S. W.Monroe, i ewlsl,uih,
Pa "I haverot found a iase thai it did ot re
lieve nt once ''Anrtn w Lee. Mnnche-t r, Muss.
I'OTTKIl Dill AND ClIKMICAL I 0 . liO't'lll
AfM I lain For the relief aud prevention.
IVJt-fcalilfO'the instaut it is applied, of rheu-
Ncuriiluitt, s c I a t tc
Colds. Weak liai k.
ty Stomach and Uowles, Khooi'nir
i-uinf. .Mimxros s. iiysK-r a. r-u
male PhIiis, Pnlpliatlon, Drstcp.
Xsiu, Liver Compiali.t, llillou-
j'ri N fever. .11 mra, mm i.piuertlcs,
tLt'cTWCN'""-' "Uiu's Plsstets (mi hi ctrlc
' 'si L, Hatterv continued wttu a I'orous
"LESTER" Piaster) and laiih at pain, asc.
i'ck Jleadsche and relievo all tho troubles Inci
dent to a bilious state (if tho system, such as Pi
tincss, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eatinir,
Pi n in the Side, Ac. W'hilo their moat remark
able success haa been shown In curing
IIeft(lriehr,yct Carter'sLlttle Liver PHlsaro equally
Valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of tho stoinarh, atimulato the liver
nd regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured
Artie triry wonld be almost priceless to thrxie wria
infer from this distreHsiiii? complaint; but form
Sntely their goodness does not end here, and tboso
who oneo try them will find these little pill valu
able in so many ways that they wlllnot be willing
to do without them, Dut after all sick head
Is the bano of so many Uvea that bote Is where w
miiko our prcut loaeU Our puis cure it whUo
Others do not. , ,
Carter's Little Irr Tills aro very small nnd
Tory ea?y to take. Ono rr two pills niakca dose,
i'hty ore strictly vctretnblo and do not gripe or
pnrpe, but by their penile eeiion please all who
tiHOthem. In vinlsst SScents; live for tl. Bold
liy druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICIXE CO . New York
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law or lisiiJ.
accessor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid Ho
ciuty, o uaniiser. juiy nn, inn, uueu'
the laws of WW.
JOHN II. nOMNSON I'lesidui.t
WM. 8 I HAT i' N Vlco i'rlstduht
A . UOLOB I I N K TroRsim I
W lirttNlNO Meillrtil Artvl.er
THOMAS LEWIS Secretari
BOARD OF DIRECTORS koii 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Strut ton Bird, rrovirs.Cii:, it,
A. (tolilstlne, otiioldstluu A ItosntiWiiler. w to e-
sale and ret til dry uid;C. W. l)i,nij:v, M. I.
Pre, lid. Med Kx., for Tensions; A i hurt Lewis,
Commission merchant: J. II Itohlnsou, rniinlV
uiliio aii'i notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
Iiroker and tnniraiiro airunt: it. II. Hat'd. cut
street stipervl-or; M. 1'h lit; s, carpi liter and hillid
er; Thomas Lewi", sliornev anil secretary ! K, V,
Pterciyittoruev-tt-liiw, liiiljuoin III.; K, U. Puce
cashier of i 'en ten til al linn , Ashley. III. Alhert
Ilayden, cashier of Ueorjro finitiit ly Co., sprint!
field, 1 1 1 1). M vi nun. attornuy-at-lHW, itiu linn
dolpb street, Chlenun; llou, Kobt, A. Unlcner, at
tornuy-at-law, Charleston, Mo.j li. Lelnhtor.
ashler First National Hank, Httmi't. Iowa.
THE FOLLOWING LETTERS
are selected from a large num
ber that liavo been received by
Dr. J. H. Schonck, of Philadelphia,
in regard to, ln'.s Remedies for the
Cure of Consumption.
Those who are afllicted or threat
ened with any Disease of the Lungs
will be weft repaid bv civim? tliein a
mi V. . .
iiiey aro all plain statements of
fact, without one word of misrepre
sentation. This can be proved by
any one who will take the trouble
to call on or write to the people who
FROM SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CONSUMPTION "CAN BE CURED.
Dll. J. II. SCIIEXCK. '
Dear Sir: About sixteen years tujo, while
living in Ciinmla, uiy houlili bccniuo very
poor. My disease canto on irruduullv. beirin-
iiin? with a los of mmi'tite and alterwunh
greut weakness, which kmutrht on ni'lit
swentnml a dry, huekinjr coti,'h. My chest
ami baek were very weak, ami so Bore that I
could not bear my weight against the back of
a chair. At dillerent times I raised consider
nltlo blood, which my physician said came
irom mo mug, i employed several (Inet irs,
but they all told nu: the samo thing Unit my
litliL'S wero liutllv nd'octed : and tlio fast mm
that I had also said that I could live but a
short time, ami that 1 hud better go to inv
mother's home in Winsteud, Ct., as soon asl
could, that with careful niiMnjr 1 niinU live
for some time. When 1 cnt to my mother's I
was very low indeed, so that my mother sent
for hcrdoctor. He pronounced me beyond nil
help. He, however, left me some medicine
which he said would relieve mv worst svnm-
toms. After this my mother employed an
other doctor, who said that one of my lun ;s
was nearly j,"nc. I ate scarcely anything tor
several months, and never cxpecied to pet
well. One day a friend, who lives in Collins
ville, Ct., trave my lather one of your pam
phlets mi Consumption. He brought it hoiii'
and told me to look it over and see if tin y of
the cuses described in it were? like mill ;! I
read the book throiiL-h. and found so nmnv
cases described there that seemed as bad as
mine, that were cured, tli.it 1 lie 'an lo hone
that I too mitiht recover bv usinij the nicii
cincs. My father limlitii; tfmt tin y wero not
kept in Vinstead, sent to New York ami pot
a supply. In one week after I be-an tlie:r
um? my niu'ht-weut.s eeast'd, :uid mv npp-tite
itfiin in iniirove. in nvo wceKS auer nils i
was inii di In t:er in cverv wav. 1 coiiimeneed
to ttMi the lnotliciif's in .M.treli in .lulv I felt
quite strote.'; i,i two Months more I v:ts well,
and I have had coo.) health ever since. I he
lievu tluit I would not be alive to-day but for
the use of your medicines, as all the doctors I
had sa'd my disease was (Vinsiimttion, and
that 1 was incurable. Yours truly,
JHIS. ( HAS. W. PLl'M MF.R,
274 Main St., Sprint-Geld, Mass.
April 20, I SM.
From tho REV. STEPHEN ROESE.
Maipf.s Rck'K, PirncE Co., Viln.,Jun 11, 1S79.
Dr. J. II. S.:nr.M'K, l'ltiliulelplila.
lfor",i ;nilrmnn : It Is will a .'cliru r f rjra
itiitio 1 soul mi x.lf lo write you tl.i letter. A
it.;. - over a yur iifo I n -or: veil Irnm you u timli
? ( y--i:r vahtai'le im l.cine, P:ilrrini" cv....
&(a.eeJ lenir itn.l MAnrfrnts Pills l,,r inv w ife. who
had been very sick lor inauv years with female
weakness Hiid week liinns, t-he hud had two se
vere attacks of Pneumonia, and our physician
nave it as his opinion as from her (treat debility
that she could not live through the third one. Mie
beuim to Uike your renietlles aeconliiiR to direc
tions mid we Immediately &hw great imiiroverm tit
in all her symptoms. Flic was soon fn-e from her
coiiyh, ami hei;iin to pain in tlcsb. rapidly. At this
date she is iiert'eetly well.
I wish t'i add that your PftMoNir PvtifP Is the
only medicine I have ever found that Rives relief
in my bronchial coniplulnt, usually cal'ed cleiiry
limn s sore thnuit. During the Inter se ason, If I
sH-ak much in public, I often sutler from it, but
your Pt i.MoMc syrit ptves me Immediate relief,
and streriutheus my voice.
Min e my w nes cure l nave recommended it to
many ol my rielehbors. who have ii'-ed It with
greut benefit in coughs and colds. Yours truly,
REV. STEPHEN KOESE,
Jfiftionary fur Amtrimn Jlniitint I'ub. .VctVj,
Mttiittn ttnek, 1'irrcc Co., UYsronsin,
The Rpy. Mr. Roese again writes, under date of
Apru i, iwj:
My wlftt's health remains eood. showlnir that
your medicines hnvc miide a erfect iiml perma
nent cure. I think your Pclmonic fvid P the best
couirh remedy in the world. I am advertising you
w nerever i go in my travels.
HEREDITARY CONSUMPTION CURED.
Dnir (Sir: In the autumn of 1877 I had a
severe couuh, with terrible pain in my sides
ami between my shoulders, 1 hfld very little
appetite, and what little I could eat only dis
tressed me. I consulted physicians, who said
my condition was u very bud one, and gave
me nve uinerent cough syrups and tonics,
from which I received no bcni llt, but seemed
to prow worse, and kept losini? Uesh and
strenuili. I had aipht-Nwents, and sweat most
of tlie time during the day, 1 coughed and
raised blood nnd a salt, foamy phlegm ; my
throat was filled with ulcers, 1 could hiirdly
swallow ; sometimes I could not speuk a loud
word for weeks ; my lungs grew more painful
every day, witli iliil.oult hrcutliin, while
pleurisy pains would almost stop my breath.
I had colic jiains, sour stomach, mid vomiting
UP everything I ate. Jly whole body was
filled with pain. I could not lie down, but
had to recline in a sitting posture to breathe,
1 gave up, and did not think of ever getting
up again, ns it was hard moving myself; my
feet and ankles began to swell badly, and my
hips hud given nut long before. In' tins sink
ing condition I thought I would try your
remedy for Consumption; it might do me
some good ; it could do me no harm, for I was
certain I could not live a month longer the
way I was. At that time; May, 1878, 1 pro
cured your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonio
and Mandrake Pills, and took them as di
rected. In a week 1 was better, nnd began to
throw off from the lungs a greenish-yellow
mutter streaked with blood. I could cut a
lit t to without throwing it up, the rnins in my
sides were not so severe J I could sleep an
hour very soundly, and that was whut 1 hud
not done for three months.
I took your medicines steadily six month.:
my cough got better, I did not sweat so bad
nights, Itcpt gaining slowly, nnd in a year
alter I begun your medicines I could say I
felt well. 1 began to gain flesh, and last Sep.
tumber weighed one hundred ami thirty-five
pounds fifteen pounds more than 1 ever
weighed before in my life.
Your medicines, 1 know, saved my life ;
and I would say, from my own experience, to
all Consumptives take Dr. Bcheuck's modi
clues, for they will certainly cure you, 1 hud
Consumption ; it is hcreditury In our family,
my father and two brothers having died of ft.
1 have had better health the pant winter than
for ten years previous.
M US. SARAH A. CARTER.
Carmrlk, Mars., April 6, Ihso.
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