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OHN H. OBERLY & CO.," PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON A
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CAIRO CITY COAL
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PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDEBS ltn.t Hiilidar Droi offlo,7 OHIO
LKVKK. or t Hie Coil Tint llow the Ht.
Cnirl'i Hotel, will rrcclre prompt itlc-oilon.
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td ilfmrt mat hour. , oc2Jif
R. SMYTn & CO.,
A'eo, ktep conitintlj on hnd t tnoit com
pleto itock of
SCOTCli ANU IK1SU WHISKIES
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tion if time batf nn btijreri.
Sptdal attention gfctn to Filling Orders.
MRS. M. SWANDEH,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FUKNISHIKO GOODS,
CamoorlaI Arcane, oppoille Klllo
CLOTHING FOU LjVDIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Mode.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies
Hats and Honncts of the latest styles.
BOOTS AND NHOES.
MOOT AND SHOE MAKEU,
TWENTIETH 8TKEET, '
Between Vi'islnnijton Annua nni I'opUr Street,
Hoots nd Skne Mde to Order.
Fine WerWmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
tOLK AUINCT rOti
BOOTS AND SltOES
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saaacrclal ATtaae, Corner or KIkIHb
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PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL 011
DIR8 I0R 1001'BKIRT AND 81I0KH.
CARL L. THOMAS,
I preprd to 4o All kinds of pUIn mid oraor
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KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
a ion wbi'tino, ktc,
Atflpireaf lilch defy all competlon, and in the
highest stylo tft'he palntor1 art'.
shop in tiieTerry nousE,
COMIIR or COUUKllCI.VL AYENUK AND
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sTre,prinitniitroted .for, and.promyUy and
ipeedily txodateJ, In the' Bulletin book, job,
as4 newspaper aajpg esiuinmncui.
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FROM NEW YORK.
New York, September 8. A cor
respondent, writing undor date of Aug.
17tli, from Letcbcrg, In Poland, nn ancient
capita) of that country, says a grand
demonstration of the slavo nice 1ms been
hold thcro In commemoration of tbo nnnl
Torsary of tho dinmemborment of tho
hiiigdom. Dulcgntions wcro present (rotn
every part ut tho country. Immcnso en
thfjlitim wns manifested. Some fifty
thouiond people wcru in . proccision
uound tho city.
Tho Itussiah authorities regarded tho
colebratlon with suspicion. The event U
thought to hive significance m evidenco
of on outburit on the part of the pcoplo
for tho indopsndenco of Poland.
held a meeting hero on Wodnesday ovc
ning, nndjiasscd retolutioni deploring the
death of Karl Marx, the European leader
of tlionvorldngmen' society.
The excitement In regard to the suit
commenced ugalntt tho city oiliciah con
tinues to-day. There is n grout deal of
speculation as to whether Judge Barnard
will make tho injunctfon perpetual when
the case Is up for argument on Monday.
There is a probability that boforo that
timo a strong influenco will bo brought to
bear upon tha Judge, but it is believed he
will remain firm against these argument!,
and render a decision in accordance with
what seems to bo tho popular will.
WHAT THE WORLD TIIISKS.
The World to-day, editorially, speaking
of IJarnardV injunction, says It'ls to be re
membered thntibe proceedings before the
court wcro ex parte, the plalntifl alono
having been heard in opposition to that
injunction, and holds only until Monday,
when the defendants will be allowed "a
bearing and be permitted to show cause
why tho injunction should not bo mude
perpetual. In regard to tho disability of
tho Comptroller to do certain things
within the ensuing three days, is of small
consequence. Tho temjHjra'ry injunction
Is to be considered in tho nature of pre
THE TRIBUNE ON THE SUIIJECT.
Tbo TVlbune of this morning says Judge
Barnard's action in granting n prelimi
nary injunction against Controller Con
ncly was not wholly unexpected. Tam
many Is becoming more dangerous as a
friend than as an enemy, and tho cry of
its old supporters Is getting to be stand
from under. Honest creditors of the city
may sufl'or, became Controller Connoly
has already spent city money in paying
unjust claims. Wo believe tllo validity of
ten or twelvo millions of outstanding
bonds will depend upon the issue of thcio
HALL WILL KVX AUAI.V.
Mavor Ilall. in an interview vcslcrduv.
said that granting injunction was ono of
judge Jiarnara s stercoiypea jokoj, be
cause all bonds authorize excepting tboso
voted for railroad and Croton lake im
provements, had already been Issuod. Tho
assault will be squarely met next Monday
by the corporation, Counsol O'Gorman
and other able lawyers, who shall sond tbo
joint committee, on Monday, tbo control
ler's monthly statement of the condition
of the' debt, together with its history. Tho
object of tho recent visit of Jones Hnd
0 Brien to Long'Tlranch'was to represent
tho municipal government in such a state
of chaos as to lay tho foundution for call
ing upon the gcnorul government to inter
fere and appoint a provisional mayor.
Hall asserts his intention to till out his
Drcscnt term of office, and run acain. and
let tho people pass judgment on his ad
New-York, September 8. Tho journal
istic friends of Richard F. Colburn cavo
him a dinner this evening, at tho Astor
House, to congratulate mm upon tno lion
orablo acquittal of his wifo in tholato Ruf
finbargor trial. Representatives of tho
leading journols wero present. Tho con
gratulations to Colburn wero of the most
cordial character, and slnccro sympathy
was expressed with Mr. and Mrs. Colburn
in their late troubles.
Tho friends of Odonovan Rossa hold it
meeting to-night and nominated him as an
independent candidate for register for the
city and county of New-York. Rossa ac
cepted. A large una eninusiasiic republican
mcotlng in Jersey (Jitv ratiucu tno stnto
nomination. Gen. Kiipntrick mado a
pcech, fully supporting tho nomination of
Walsh for governor.
Cincinnati, 'September 8. Tho suit of
Wm. Hlokcly against tho Leffel estate, to
enforco a contrnct by which ho claims a
hair interest in tno patent j.enoi suroino
water-wheel, was decided to-day at Spring
field, Ohio, in tho district court, in favor
of tho Lell'ul estate. Tho court sustained
tho demurrer of defendants, on tho ground
that a stnltitcortho United Htatos requires
all transfer! of patents to bo in writing.
Tho suit involved a largo amount of
- Tho Covington branch of tho Farmers'
bank of Kentucky Is withdrawn, and Us
business transferred to tho Covington city
The agreement bctweon tho creditors of
tuo inuianopons, uincinnuu tuiu ua
fayotto railroad for an adjustment of its
dobt and n reorganization of tho company,
lias been signed by two-thirds of tho par
tics intorostcd and becomos valid.
tlluvvninnii Minn fl.int fl V.vtnn-
slvo preparations aro being mado by thu
agricultural association of this city for tho
coming great fair and nro noarly coinple
ed. Tho grounds and buildings present n
splendid nppcarnnco. every inch of spaco
In tho various largo buildings is applied
lor uv CXniUllors. unu tuu iiuiuuiimi u.irn
. - . . - '.. i i nr. mi
and stalls lor cattio aro uoing rapiuiy nu
cd. Three car loadi of thoroughbred
stock nrrived to-day, among which is tho
herd of E. P. Brocvwsy, of Wisconsin,
and )a;go numlurs of thoroughbred colts
and young liorsss of James. Wads worth, of
Waulcocgan, III. Tho great trottors Gold
smith Maid, Hot Spur, nnd Weitorn Girl
will raco hero to-morrow. Tho fair prom
ises to be ono of tho grandest oxcrclics
v;r witnessed In such, an exhibition.
Munich, September 8. Count Arnla,
tho Catholic representative from Daynria,
and to whom the Catholic party of Gor
tnany have looked as the champion of their
battles in behalf of the holy son, has boon
roplaccd by Count Trautlmansdorf, who is
ft partisan of Dolllngor. This nomination
produces a deep feeling of dlseonlont In
tho Vatican. The new church party ac
cent It as a signal triumnh of their princi
ples. Trautlmansdorf has always been
iioiiuo to r ranee, especially uurmg ins
late Imperial rule. '
Saljiiuro. September 8. Tho confer
ence between tho cmperon, William and
Francis Joseph, yesterday, at this place,
was oi in e mos(,menuiy cnaracier. A ba
fieoplo availed themselves of the event to
mvo a gala day, and a grand dlnnar was
given to-night. Thero is also brilliant
Illumination of Ujeiurrouddlng hills. Tha
Emperor William will Icavo to-morrow
Tho steamship Russia, from Now York,
touched at Queonstown and procoedod to
Liverpool. Selcia, from New York,
touched at Plymouth and proceeded to
Hamburg. Uritanla, from Now York,
touched at Movllle and proceeded to Glas
gow. QUEEN YICTOBIA.
Queen Victoria is Imnrovinir. Sho sat
in tho garden at Balmoral 'yesterday.
Tho crops in tbo county of York have
been damaged by a Storm.
ine loot ana mouth dt'eate is spreading
alarmlnclv amonir tho cattle of Warwick
The Princo of Wales has returned.
Paris, September 8. Tbo mayor of the
town of Montandoh has been suspended,
because ho mado preparations, despite the
prohibition of the authorities, to celebrato
tho anniversary of the French republic.
Constantinople. September 8. It Is
announced that Monammaden Pntha will
succeed All Pacha as grand vizier of that
country. Djunil Pacha will become min
ister of foreign affairs.
St. Johns, Septembcr,8. The Renforth
inquest was concluded last evening. Tbo
result of the post mortem examination
showed that Renforth's lungs wero en
gorged witli blood, and that his dsath, was
cau.'cd by over exertion combined with
great mental excitement.
Dr. Jackson, of Boston, tcsttned that no
trace of poison could bo found in the stom
ach of tho deceased.
Tho verdict of tho jury was that Ren
forth came to his death by congestion of
the lungs, caused by over exertion.
Lexinoton, September 8. Tho fal(
races on tho association courso will com-
menco Monday next under tho most fa
vorablo nusplccs. Tbcro are more horses
nov at tho track than tiavo evor boon for
Buford mid John Harpor arrivod hero
yesterday with their stables, among which
aro tho renowned racers : Enquire, Salina,
Nellie Gray, Hollywood, Bombshell, Long
fellow, Exchange, Express, Little Girl
and Platina. Among tho other noted ani
mals arc Bayonet, Faster, Saucobox, Rival,
Ginger, Morgan, Scout, Pilgrim, Billy
Williamson, Emma Jacobs, and a host of
others, making upwards of seventy-five
Tho oldest attendants of tbo course say
such an array of thorough brcds ha's
never beforo been assembled on this long
established and time honored course.
Longfellow isjiimself again, and tho
fact of his having been beaten at Saratoga
has mado Mr. llarpcr more careful that
bo shall bo in tbo bost condition for next
week, when ho expects to provo that his
friends will havo no causo to slacken their
admiration of him. Tho stakes have all
closed well, and it is predicted that tbo
oniric; purses will bo grcator than ever be
New-York, September 8. Six slock
cars, with a cubooso containing six men,
wcro left on tho track of the Dolawaro,
Lackawana and Wostorn railroad at
Bridgevillc, Wednesday, near tho summit
of anoavy grade, whilo tho tbo locomo
ti vo tool; coal cars forward. A brakeman,
who was loft In cbargo of the stock cars,
loosonod tho brakes after tho locomotive
left nnd deserted his post. Tho ears bo
gan to movo backward towards Marrenka
Chunk, passod through tbo tunnel and ran
in fall force into a loaded coal train. Tho
cabooso was shivored to splintors. The
coal and cattio cars wero piled on one an
other. Throo occupants of the cabooso,
all cattio dealers, wore killed outritrbt ; tho
others woro soriously injurod. The fol
lowing aro tho names of tho killed: Jas.
Booth and Mr. Goodrich, of Cendar, NTY.,
and Hiram M. Caso, of Flomington, N. J.
ON THE LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ROAD.
Louisville September 8. A collision
occurred on tbo Louisville nnd Nashville
railroad at about 11 o'clock, at tho old De
posit station, eight miles from .this city.
Two Sirs wero badly wrecked, Ona per
son Is known to luvo been killed outright,
and six or seven Very badly Injurod, sv
oral of whom will probibly die, A num
ber of othors woro moro or'leis hurt.
THREE HOTS DROWNED.
Cincinnati, September 8. Throo boyi,
Lewis Koailu. John Hnilmnml and I.ea
Swope, of Covington, wcro drowned in tho
river last night.
TIIK Met! EUAN MURDKR TRIAL.
Cincinnati, O., Sjptombur 8, A spu
cial to tho Chronicle mvl 'I'imei says tho
testimony for tho stato, in tho omh of Tom
McGelmn, ulmrgod with the murder of
Myors, communced this morning. Dr.-.
Uuauchituip, 'lo oxaminod tho wound,
testified whh much particularity to tho
appearanco of thu wound, saying thero
wan no nnDearancoof Dowderon the bod v.
Tho counsel for' tho state are combating
tho Idoa that M yors snot lunuoit.
Cmattanoooa, Tenn , September 8.
To-day, Chancellor Km, on application of
tha attorney for the stato of Alabama,
cave bis fiat, turning tho Alabama and
Chattanooga railroad, together with iu
rolling-stock In Tenn, over to John H.
GIndratt, receiver of Alabama. Gindratt
gavo bonds, signed by the governor of
Alabama, to the amount of $300,000. and
Is now in possession of tho road, roiling-
ivkk, macnino snops ana dopots ol tbo
Alabama and Cbattahoosa railroad In
Tennessee. Tho only obstacles remaining
to tho running of tha road ara attachments
in uaao county, Ua. An application from
tho rocoivor, similar to that just decided,
will bo heard by Judeo Parrott, at Tren
ton, Ga.. Sept. 10, and will undoubtedly
be decided in a similar manner, so thnt
trains may be expected to run on tbo road
by September 20. The greatest satisfac
tion prevails at tha prospect of running
tho road. Tho control oi tho road by tho
state gives satisfaction, and all parties aro
anxious to enjoy Its benefits.
CAUSE OF THE LATE RAIL
Louisville. SoDtembcr 8. This morn
ing, Johnny Ahorn, a bov about 12 years
of ago, attempted to pass between two
moraine trains, on the short lino track, at
the baed of Market street, and was run
over by them. His right leg was so badly
crushed that amputation was rendered
necessary, mo bny ts not expecleu to re
cover. A projoct Is on foot for tha building of
a Jnarrow-guags railroad from Paducah,
Ky., to Paris, Tenn.,li received with much
favor along the lino of the proposed route.
Tho coroner summoned jury to-dav In
tho case of the Louisville railroad accident,
but after swearinc in the lurors thev ad
journed till to-morrow.
The said accident was caused by tbo en
gineer of the southward bound train, wbo
ran Into the otbor train before It cot on
the switch not stopping his train fiitime
whon ho reached tno station. Also, that
the said engineer whistled down brakes
and rovcrted the engine sooner than usual,
but tha engine was new and an unusually
heavy one, which be ran fr tho first time,
and the momentum carried the train be
yond the ooint at .which it would have
stopped under ordinary circumstances.
Louisville. Septmber8. A Ira broko
out to-nlgbt in a distillery of this citv.
but was extinguished with a loss of about
ono thousand dollars.
Richmond, September 8. The meet
ing of the American fruit growers ana
Virginia' horticultural societies adjourned
this cvonlne. Tho promium of fifty dol
lars offered by Kllwangor & Barry, of
Rochester, New York, for the largest and
best collection of apples, was awarded to
the collection of tho low Stato horticul
tural socletv, and presented by tboir dele
rate. Mark'M. Miller. The twonty dol
lar medal offered by G. F. 11. Leighton, of
AoriolK, Va., was awarded to a Kansas col
Tho fruits exhibited by Mr. Howsley
was awarded a special premium of $30,
The California collection also received a
special premium. Numerous premiums
were given to individual exhibitors. A
grand banquet was given to tbo delegate
Wasiiinoton, D. C, Sept. 8. An offi
cial dispatch from Constantinople says
that tho Mohammadon Pacha has been ap
pointed Grand Vizier to .succeed All
Pacha. He was formerly governor of
Smyrna, but recently secretary of the
Blacquo Bey, tho Turkish minister, has
returned with his family to Wr.sblngton
after an absence of fourteen months, in
Lu own country.
T..J judgo of tho police court, tho super
intendent of police, and tho district attor
ney had a contoronce to-day, and deter
mined to break up all bawdy and disorder
ly houses, after giving the proprietors, or
reputed proprietors, notlco.
Charleston, S. C, Sept. 8. There
has been threo deaths here from yellow fo
vr In tho last twonty-four hours.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orluans, September 8.
FLOUR. Dull; suporfine, ?4I; XX
$5.85; XXX CaG.23.
COUN Quiet; mlxod 73c; yellow ana
HAY Market bare.
PORK Quiet; mass $13.25a$W.
BACON 7Ja7c; clear rib 7ia7!o;
HAMS Good .sugar cured 14.1c: oholqo
LARD-Steady; tiorco lOJalOJoj keg
SUGAR Nothing doing,
MOLASSES Nothing doing.
St. Louis, Soptombor 8.
FLOUR Batter feollng and In fair de
mand'.' 1 '
WHEAT No. 8 red higher at $1.15.
CORN-Unchaoged and Id, Mixed
in bulk on track 42o.
WHISKY Qtilet at 8'J.
PORK Firm at $18 on orders. .
BACON-Flrmi Sales on lobbloc aad
order lots; shoulders CJc; clear sides He;
shoulders, new, held at b.
Chicago, Sept. 8.
LARD Saleable ut Oc. cash 8k',
MEATS Higher, salos 70,000
SHOULDERS G I o.
WHISKY-FIrm and saleable at 8k
NKW YQRK. ,
Nkw York, Septombar 8.
MONKY Vary wtsV. .
GOVERNMENTS 8j rang and steady,
Steamer Mallia Ragan, Evansvllle.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Octavia, Mound City.
11 Dictator, Memphis.
" Minnio, Arkansas river.
" Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Vicksburg, Vlcksburg.
" Mollle Ebcrt, Now Orleans.
Steamer Malllo Ragan, Evansvllle.
" Grand Towor, Memphis.
" Octavia, St. Louis.
" Mlnnlo, St. Louis.
" Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" Mollfo Ebert, Mew Orleans.
" FhIIs Pilot, Now Orleans.
BOATS TO LKAVK TO-DAY.
Steamar Susto Silver, New Orlean.
" Bcllo Memphis, Memphis.
" Emllle La Barge, St. Louis.
" Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Dick Johnson, Evansvllle.
Hare tho river has fell about 0 Inches
during tho past 24 hours. At St. Louis
the liver is falling at tho rate of one Inch
a day. Tho river Is at a stand at Louis
ville, with 4 feet In the canal. The rlvor
is rising slowly nt Cincinnati, but tho riio
will be of short duration.
Buslnoss on tho landing was fair.
Weather getting a Httlo warmer.
The Malllo Ragon canto down with n
fine trip of freight and people.
Tho Falls Pilot departed at an early hour
yesterday for New Orleans with tho barges
of the ill-fated Antelope.
The Grand Tower did not arrive until
yesterday morning, the delay was caused
by getting ailioro at Turkey Island.
The Octavia wnnt to St. Louis, and it
Is supposed will go to work on sotno of tbo
sand bars between hero aud St. Louis.
The Dictator came up light from Mem
phis, and will return with barges of coal.
Tha Minnie, from Arkansas river, was
Tho Jamas Flsk, Jr., had 16,000 feet
dressed flooring for tho I. C. R. R. wharf
boat, and had for other points 279 pkgs.
iron, 309 bdl. flooring and 34 boxes han
The Henry Ames departed for Now Or-
lean a with a good trip. Sho tows tho hull
of the Bollo of Alton until sho gets over
Tho City of Vlcksburg, from Vlcksburg
had a moderate trip of freight and passen
Tba Mollio Ebert, from New Orleans,
bad but little freight.
RIVER BY TELEGRAPH.
Pittsduro, September 8. River, 20 In
ches and stationary. Weather clear and
St. Louis, Sept. 8. Arrivod Moun
taineer, Kentucky city; Lako Superior,
St. Johns, and Lucy Bertram, Keokuk;
St. Joe, Mompbis, nnd Atlantic, Now
Orleans. Departed Laura, Rod River ;
Lucy Bertram, Keokuk; Clarksvllle,
Memphis; Lako Superior, St. Paul,
3fonnbf, Memphis. River still falling.
Weatbor clear and ploasant.
Clly National Bank IiuHtfJaa-.
Upecial attention (aid to orders from boats,
night and day.
k t uoonu.
C. II AN NY.
KBMTUCKY jeams, bxtra,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
Ilia EatlrwHteek Nw Cloelae;
VERY LOW FIGURES.
coxNBk 8th ST., and commircial-ay.,
J, GEO. STEIN1IOUSE,
43r, tJthHii. natal Ce)ska tlal-stw.
sstrcieen Towels and
esV-Laitae1' usl ektlJraa'a hair cut and sham
oooed, eita r at tite ho p or at Ibeir ou horaee.
, SMTsiUxxa'ewkW(v az4 hair dyed; In a
(uuc wisoinr waiisitcuon guarantee.
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCHENCK, M. D.
. Manr ahuman betnir hai passed away for whoie
a jath thcro wa no other reason than the neglect
nt known anil indlapntablrpruTen meanaot euro.
1 hosp near and dear to family and rrtendi ara
Meeplnic tho dreamless alumbcr Into which, had
they calmly adopted
I) It. JOrtKFIl II. HCIIRNCK'S SIMPLE
and availed themtclret of his wondorf ollyefflca
cloui medicine', taey would not have fallen.
Dr. Achenck haa In hit own cue prored that
wticreTor aumclent vitality rcmalm. that vital
ity, by his medlclnca and hladlrccUoij fur their
uie, ti quickened Into healthful vizor.
In thli i itnlomont there Is notfilnir prelum p
tuoui. To tho faith of tho Invalid ia made no
repmcnutlon that la not n thousand times iao
untlaled by llTlnff and vlilble worka. Tha
theory or. the euro by Dr. Schenck' medicine
Is as ilmple ai It la anfallinK. Iu phlloaophy re
quire! no argument. ltlsiulf-aMurtnc, leu-ooa-Tlnclng.
TheSes-weed Tonleand Mandrake Pllli are tha
first two weapon with which the citadel of the
malady Ii nualled. Two thirds of the case of
comumptlon originate In dyaoepslaand a fone
tlonally dlmrderod ilvcr. With this condition
tho bronchial tube " aympathlie " with the
stomach. They reipond to tha murblfle action
of tho liver. Ilere then cornea tho CAilmtnaUsc
remit, and tho letting In, with all lu distress
lug symptoms ot
The Mandrake rilli are composed of oneofNa
lure's noblest airts the Fodophlllom Pwlutam.
Tner poiteis all the blond-searehlnr, alterative
pruperUvs ut calomel, but, unlike calomel, thiy
"LEAVE VO STING UEUIND."
The work of cure li now bealnnlnr. Tha Tltta
ted and mueoui dipoilu In the bowels and In the
allmenUry canal are elected. The liter, like
a clock, la wound up. It arouses from iu torpid
ity. The atomach acts respomlrely. and the
paUent begins to feel that he Is gelling, at last,
A BUl'PLY OF GOOD BLOOD.
The Boa-weed Tonic. In onnlnoetton with the
Pills, permeates and assimilate with the food.
Chyllncailon la now progressing without IU pre
vious tortures. Digestion becomes painless, and
the cure ta seen to be at hand. Thero Is no moro
eatulenee, no exacerbation ot tho stomach. An
appetite aeu In.
Nowoomea tha greateit Blood Purifier ever yet
gWen by an Indulgent father to auffertng man.
Hchenck'a rulmonlo tirrnpeome In to perform
tU function and to hasten and complete tno
cure. It enter at ono upon IU work. Naturo
can not bo cheated. It collects and rlpena tho
Impaired and diseased portions of the lung's.
In the form of gatherlnirs.lt prcpsres them for
expectoration, and lot In a very short tlmo tho
malady Is vanquished, the rotten throne that It
occupied ta renovated and made now. and tho
Ktlent, In all the dignity of regained vigor, steps
rlh to enjoy tho manhood or womanhood that
GIVEN UP AS LOST.
The second thing Is, the patients most stay In a
warm room ititll they get well i It Is almost Im
possible to prevent taking cold when the lung
are diseased, but It mutt be prevented or a core
can not be effected, r'resh air and riding out,
especially In this section of the country, in the
tail and winter season, are all wrong. Physi
cians wno recommend mat course lose tneir pa
tienu. if their lungs are badly diseased i and yet.
becausa they aro in the bonse they must not
lit down quiet l they muit walk about the room
as much and as fast aa the strength will bear, to
get up a good circulation of blood. The patlenu
inuitkeep In good spirits be determined to gst
well. This has a great deal to do with tho appo
tlto, and Is the great point to guln.
To despair or cure after such evidence of IU
possibility In tho worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others. Is sinful. Dr. Schenck'i per
sonal statement to tho faculty of his own core
was In these modeit words i
"Many year ago I was In the last stages Of
consumption r confined to mr bed. and at one
lime rur pbrslclans thought that 1 could not live
a week i tneo. like a drowning man catching at
straws, I heard or and nbulned the preparation
which I now offer to the public, and they made
a perfect cure of me. It seemed to me that I
could feel them penetrate my whole system.
They soon ripened tho matter In my lungs, and
I would spit np more than a pint ot offensive
yellow matter every morning for a long Ums.
"A soon a that began to aubslde, my cough,
fever, pains, and night sweats all began to leave
me. and myappctlto became so great that It wa
wlthdlmculty that I could keep from eating too
much. I soon gained my strength, and have
grown In flesh ever ilnce.
"I waa weighed shortly after my recovery."
added the Doctor, ." tnen looking like a mere
skeletout my weight was only ninety -seven
fnundst my present wolght Is twohundred and
wenty-tlve (s pounds, and for year 1 have en
joyed uninterrupted health. "
Dr. Schenck has discontinued bis professional
vliiu to New. York and Uoiton. lie or hi ion.
Dr. J. 11. Schunck, Jr.. itlll continue to see pa
tients at their office. No. 15 North Sixth Htnet,
rhlladelpbto. every lHaturday from 9 A M. to 3 KM.
Thoe who wlah a thorough examination with
the Uciplrometcr will bo charged IS. The He,
plrometer declares the exact condition of tho
lungs, and patlenu can readily learn whether
ibey aro curable or not.
Tne directions for uklng the medicines are
adapted to the Intelligence even of a child. Fol
low theso directions, and kind Nature will do the
rest, excepting that In some case the Mandrake
I'lll are to be uken lu Increased doses; tha
three medicines need no other accompanlmanu
than the ample Instruction! that accompany
them: Klrit creato appetite. Uf returning
health, hunger la tho moat welcome symptom.
When It comes, a It will come, let the despair
ing at unco le of good cheer. Uood blood at once
follows, tho cough loosens, the night sweat la
abated. In a ahort tlmo both of these morbid
synionis are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck'a medicines aro constantly kept In
lens of thousands of families. A a laxative or
puncattvc, the Mandrake I'll Is are a standard pre
paration i while tho l'ulmonlo Hjrup. as a cam
of coughs and colds, may be regarded a a pro
ptiyhtctvrlc egulnit consumption In any of lu
l'rloo of tbo rulmonlo Syrup and 8ea-weed
Tonic, SI .SO a bottle, or SIM a half doeeo. Man.
drake Pills, 23 cenu a box. Vor sale by all drug
Uu and dealers.
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