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JOHN H. OBEULY & CO.,
To Debilitated Personfl
To Dyspeptic I To Hullcrcra from Liver Com
plaint I To those hiring no Appetite I
To those with Broken Down
Nnrvnus People! To Children Wasting Awa) I
To any wild Debilitated Digestive
Or NuffcrinK with nny f IUr Following
Winch indicate Disoanart) Livr.R oa Stomach I
Much at Con
Piles, Kulntss or
Illoo.liotre Head, Acid
Itjf of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn. Disgust for food, Full
.ness or Weight In (lie Stomach, Sour
Erucltallons, Sinking or Huttenng at I he
Pit nf the Stomach. Hwlmmlns' of the Head,
H urried or IMtficult breathing. Fluttering at the
Heart Choking or Huflocatlng Sensations when In
a Lying Posture, Dimne ot Vision, Dot or
Web before the Sight, Fever anJ Dull Pain
In the Head, Deticiency of Perspiration,
Tellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain
In tho Hide, dark Cheat, l.ltnlw,
etc.. Suddsn Klu'hes of Hsat,
Hurtling In the Flesh, Con
stant Imagining of
i;tll, and Oreat
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS
A Hitter without Alcohol or Sjiiriti of
I 8 dltferent from all other". It I composed ol
JL the pure Juices, or Vital Principle of Hoot,
fier- and Uarkr, (or, m medicinally te.-weil, Ex
tracts,) the worthless or Inert portion or the In
gredient not being used. Therefore, In one bot
tle nf thU Hitters there la contained as much
medicinal Tlrtue a will bfound In several gal
lona of ordinary mixture. The rooia, tic, used
In thla Hitter are grown In Germany, their vital
pilntlplea extraetel In that country by scien
tific Chemist, and forwarded lo Die manufactory1
in thia city, where they are compounded and bot
tled. Containing no apirttuoua ingredient, thla
Hitter I free from the objectlona urged against
all otliera. No delre for stimulant tan be In
duced from thnrne; they cannot make drunk.
ard, and cannot under any circumstances hate
any 1ml a beneficial eflect.
HOOFLAKD'S GERMAN TONIC
Was compounded for thoe not inclined to ex
treme bltirs, and I intended for ll-e In caea
when aome aj. ohol.c stimulant Is required Incon
neetlon with the Tonic propertlea of the Hitlers.
Each notlle of the Tome contatna one bottle ol
the Bitter, combined witn pure HaNTA CKUZ
BUM, and flavored In a uTi a manner that the ex
treme titterne of the Ilittera I orerjom.
forming a preparation highly agreeable and
plenum to thetmlale, aid containing the medic
inal tirtuea or the Hitter. The price ot the
Toole la 1.V) per bottle, which many peranna
think loo high. They muat take into conaider
atlon thattne atimulant el la guaranuJ to be
ol pure quality. A poor article could bo tur
nnjed at cheaper price; but Is It not belter to
pay a lutle moie aud luie good article! A
medicinal preparation aaould contain none but
the bett Ingredient ; and they who expflt to ob
tain acheap compound, and tx- benctitted by it,
will moat certainly be cheated.
HUOFLAND'S l'ODOPIlYLLIK l'ILL
WILL CUIiF. YOU.
Tbeynre Hie rrnlest IIIooil I'urlll-
To the medical world, an will eradicate dlean
Miaing from Impure blood, Debility of the
Iogeaf.rotJrgani, or Diteaaed I.ircr,
In a ilmner lime than any
other known rem
edies The Whole Supreme Court of Penntjlrama
apeak for tne- remediea. Who would ask for
more dignified and stronger testimony I
Hoo.Ueoree W. wooowaru, formerly Ctiiet Jus
tice oi the tiupreme Court of Pennrlranla, at
preenl member ol Congress from PtnniylTa
Dla, wrltea: phlUlUlp,lUi Marth K, UT7.
J find Doolland'a Herman llltieraitagnod tonic,
nsefol in diseaaea of the dlgestlse organs, and of
neat Weneflt In cases of Uebillly and want of
ESou. a..,ionln lMir,
Hon. Jame Thompson, Cnlef Justice of the Hu-
memo Court cf i'i'nnvlVAnla:
pieme wun Phllidtlphla, April 2S, 107.
i consider JIonnd Uennan Ilntera a talua
ble medicine Incase of attack of Indliesilon or
Urpcpia. 1 can certlf thl from my expert
enco ot It. Yours, with recu TIOp0Jf
Hon, George Hharswood, Justice of the Supreme
Cuuit of I't'un! Ivsnla j
OOUIIOIHUO ,i ,,h)M,,,lh, Jlln,.l (u,;g.
1 hate found by exrrlcnce that lloonand's
German Hitter I a ery i;nod trjnic, relieying
dy.p,ptlc symptom, Vffi&VlOE'KSWOOn.
Hon. Wm. K. Itoiers, Mayor ot the City of Huf-
falo, .N. Y.
Major's Pttlce, llullalo.Jillii-W. HCJ.
1 nave ueU llcoflacd'a Jieunati hitter nnd
lonlo in my lamily during the pat )r, and can
reom iieud them as an excellent tonic, Impart
th l"ne"nd rigor to th system. Their use has
uin productlvG of JI'ohVw:
ll-.u. James M. Wood, ex-Mr.)orol Wllliamsport
nike great pleasure In recommending Hoof
.and'a German Tonic to any one. who-may bpat
Hicled wl.h Dyspep;a. t Ud the IPI'''
badly It wuh impossible to keep any luod on my
atomach, and t Uraine so weak as not to tw able
?o walk half n mile. Two bottle- of Tonic ef.
lected a perfect cure. JAMfcJj M. WUOl.
Hrmeinber Hint Hoofland'a German llitter,
n I lloofland'a Herman Tonic, will euro every
MABASML'S. OK WASTING AWAY OF T1IK
Iteniember that llnoflnnd'a German Kciiifc
dlea aie the medicines you require lo purify the
Blood excite the torpid l.lvcr t healttiy ncllon,
.nd to enable you to pass aately through nny
hard.hipa and exposure.
n it. noori.ANis'N
or Substitute lor Mercury Pill.
TWO PIM.S A DOSE. The moat powerful, yet
Innocent, Vegetaoie uiunariia Known.
His not necessary to take o handlul ol these
Pilla lo produce tne ucurcu eucv.1. ' v...
Mt quickly and poweifully.c eansing the Liver,
Komacli and How els, of all ImpunlUa. The
nrLclp"l ingredient ia'Podophyl m, or tho Alco
Kollc Kx rait of Mandrake which i by many
"tne more powerful, wtiiig ia Hrcl,inS, than
the Mandrake Itself. Ha peculiar '?' upon
the Uver,ileann.g It speedily, from all obstruc
t Ions, with all the power of Mercury, )t free
from all the Injurious results attachedto the use
CVora"'?a7.u.e III which the use of a cathaitic
..liidicatid, these pills IU g ive entire aatlaluc
lion in every case. 1 hoy Ms r.B r AIIj.
incases if 1-lver Complaint, Dyspepsia, and
xtreme Costivcncas, Dr. Hootlunit'a German Hit
ler or Tonic, shoulii bo used In connection with
tha Pillt. Tho tonic ctlect ol the Hlttcra. or Tonic,
Lulldi up tho system. Tho U.ttera. or Tonic, pu
nflea the blood, strengtheus the nerves, reg
ulatea the Liver, and givea Btrength, energy and
TlKei) your Howela active with tho Pills, nnd
tone op the aystem with Ilittera. or Ionic, aud
no dlaeasa can return His hold, or even assail you.
Recollect llmt it Is Dr llnofland'n German Jfcm.
dies that ro bo univer.nl y used and liifh y
recomi undedl nnd do notulluw the druggist to
Jnduci iou 'otuko anything eHe that he limy say
i usT m mod, bcciiusH he umkea a larger prolit
?.. .w-'f. zia '"AIM
Vi'l'K nSKMAN HKI.i.lNhBTUHK,
MAB0I1 ; STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
;CIIAS. M. EVANH, I'roprlelor.
oimer.y . M. Jmkhoh Jt cn.
BILLIARD SALOON AND DAK
ROOM. JOIIX UATIM, Pronrlelor.
10f,Gmmercial Avenue, CAIIIO, II.MN01H,
Host brand of California Cigar Just received,
B II. MAUD saloon furnished lth llui b at ol
tables; and Ur'supplied with wince, liquors
and cigars of thn finest brands.
I!. 8. HARK ELL,
DEALER IX -FURNITURE
nOUHS FDRNISIIINO OOODS
Jt Alt, FIXTUKK8,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CiKOCKKIEM AMD DRY (jOODN.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
UA-M AND CAPM, KTC,
Ha. just received a heavy stoex of Boot and
hhoea, Uoslery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He also hs a fine stock of Family Croceriesol
CORNER SIXTII-fiT. AND COMMER
CI A L-A V.,
DOUR, HANII. ETC I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
DUILDKRS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13 TKNTII bTISKKT,
Doom, finili, IIIIiiiIsj. Jlunlilinc",
Yjk lntera,(ool) Wlmlow mid Iiooj
rrnnirn, 1'loorlnc;, Ijith,
Nlilnglen, Minced fiiiili, Jlnrel Nlile
I.lglila, Ulncetl TrnnaoiiiN,
Nnab Welxflita, Knali I'ullle nnd Corl,
Dllnd I'aalenliiK", Itooflut;
Felt, Roollna; t'rmenl, I'laaterllifr
Paper, Carpel Fell. While
I-sul, Linked Oil, Amerlrnn Window
lilaaa, F.ncllab nnd Frencli
Plnle 4.lnH, I'lilly, (ilnclcr'N I'olnts,
Newer IMpei Potent f'lilinne).
AOKNTS tor Itock lllrci Paper Company's
Nheaihinir Kelt and Quarli Cement.
11. W. John' Improved Hooting always on
1IWOTN AMI NIIOKS.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Urtween Waih'naton Avenue and Poplar slieel,
Hoots aud Shnei Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
am.r. ion loa
COOTS AND S II 0 K S
amnierelnl Avenue, Comer or Klcbtb
particular attkntion paid to all ok-
DKltH yOU HOOl'SKIKTH AND hlll)K.
Eststo of Michael Maloney, deeensed.
The undersigned hnwng bfen appointed Ad
mliilstraior ot tho Khiiuo d Miehail Malooey,
late of tho Cminty of Alexander, and Bute of Hit-
... J.n.Dd.l linri.ltv iflvM IKltlCM t I1HL 110 Will
amiear before tho County Court of Alexander
County, at tho Court House In the Cily of Cairo
at the December Term, on the thild Holiday in
December next, at which tune nil persona having
claim a against said Esialo uro nutitied and n
quested to attend for the purpose ot having the
aatno adjusted. All persona Indebted to aaid La
tateare rouuisied to make Immediate payment
toth" uuderslgued. HERMAN IlLuM.
Dated thla 17th day of October, A. D.1871.
A CLINCHEU FOR THE SAINTS.
HAWKINS SENTENCED TO FIVE
YEARS'" IMPRIHONM ENT
AND A HEAVY FINE.
REMARKS OF JUDGE McKEAN
THE LAW TO BE VINDI
WAltR ANTS, OUT FOR
Alt RKS.T OF-1HK "
" Salt Lakk, Octolaar 28. "Warranta nro
out for tlio nrrost of Jlrlgliain Yoihib nnd
Ills fori,. I. A. Young, on n charRi; of mtir
dcr, in IiuvIiil; ordntol tin; killing of Rich
iird Yalc. Tim Indldmunta In theaornur
ilcr cuscsnro understood to bo founded on
tilt- testimony of Hill Hickman, wlio was,
onco wbnt Is'tormed by tlio tiontlle,
or ccrot npent of Hie Mormon nuthoritjei.
Yates visited tlio Mormon camp during
the relKsllionof 67, ostensibly to sell pow
dcr. Tlio Mormon rr-fiarded lilm ns it
spy, und omo wcekt nftcrwnrdi nrreited
him and placed him in ho custody of
Hickman, ut Suit Luke. I). Wells then
cominiindcd tin- Mormon troops, xnd Ho
ica Stout waJ',.Iudgrt Hdvocate. On tbo
way to Salt Lake tbuy
KI1.I.KI) VATK-, .
at ho wys, by orders from, Ilrlplium Younf
und Dtiotber, and at tholiutigatlon'of M'elU
and Stout. Hickman isal'oeontlncd now at
Camp Douglas. He went with theoffictrs
to Echo canon, ami after pointing out the
spot where ho hnd buried Yftte assl'ted
in disinterring tbo remains.
Chief Justice Mt'Keiui this morning
passed sentence on Thomas Hawkin, the
polygatnlit, as follows :
"Thomas Hnwkin, I am sorry for you,
very sorry, .ion may not think so now,
but I shall try to ma"ko you think soby
the mercy which I shall show you. You
came from England to this coulry with
tho wifo of your youth. For many years
you were a kind hubund and kind father ;
lit length, however, the
EVIL M'IKIT OK POLVOAMV
tcmntcd nnd possessed Von : Then hnp-
pin" duparltVl froniyVour household, and
now, by thVcorrtplalnt of your faithful
wife and tho'rerdtcf nf t luw-abiding jury,
yon stand at.thi bar n convicted criminal;
the law gives me ft Irfrgo discretion in pass
ing sentence upon you. I might both Hne
nnd imprison you, or I might fine you
only, or unpruon; i might imprison you
twenty years and fine yml one thousand
d6l!ur; I cannot imprison yi.il It-U than
three year?, nor line you less tiian ttireo
hundred dollars. Itls'right the you should
be lined! .imidig other reasons, to help de
fray, tho expsn'es of i n'i rc ng tho laws ;
but my experience lias been tucli tnnt,
wcro I to flnu you only, I am P;itibtlod the
tine wouia bo paid out ot otner tunas than
yours, and thin you would go free, abso
lutely free, " from till punish
ment, nnd then those men who
MISLKII TIIK llKOPI.K
would make you and thousands of others
belicvo thut God had sent them only to
pay the fine, nnd that God had prevented
the court from sending you to prison, nnd
that by a miracle you had been rescued
from the authorities of the United States.
I must look to it that my judgment give
no aid and comfort to siieli men ; I must
look to it that my judgment bo not so se
vere as to teem vindictive, and not so light
us to scum to triile with justice. The com
munity ought to begin to lenrn that
C10D DOE NOT ISTEKPO.SB
to retcuo criminals from the consequences
ot their crimes, but on the contrary ho so
orders the allairs of his univorso thut, soon
er or later, crime stands fuco to faco with
lattice, and iut us tho Maxtor says, I will
say here and now, that whenever your good
behavior ana the public good shall justify
mo in doing so, I will gladly recommend
that you be pardoned.
of the court is thut you bo lined five hun
dred dollar?, nnd that you be imprlsonod
at hard lubor for tho term of three years.''
Contrary to nil expectation thero was
little or no excitement in tha courtroom.
Tho attendance was largo, but all main
tained a proper decorum. Tho United
States marshal and deputies wcro fully
prepared for any emergency. A notico of
an appeal to tho Supremo court was given
by tho prUonor'n counsel.
' Daniel H. "Well, mayor of the city,
Hosca A. Stout, formorly attorney general
of tho Territory, and "'NViii. Jleluen, of
Kimball's notef, wcro arreted an hour
slnco by Uintcd States Marshal Patrick,
upon tho indictment of the grand jury,
which charged them with murder of Tom
Fitch. They iiindn application to ho ad
mitted to bail, which will bo heard on
Monday. Tho prisoners were placed in a
carriage and taken toC'nmp Douglas.
Slight excitement provailcd ut tho mar
shal's ottlco whllo tho licensed wcro thero
waiting for a conveyance to tho camp ;
some policemen saying tbuy should not go
to prison if they did net wish to go, and
one or two women calling out to tlio o Ul
cers to take them if they dared, and they
would tight thorn with vengeance, Ac.
Tho ollicers, howover, wore Arm, and
nothing serious happened. Tho alleged
crime consists in tho killing Richard Yates
aud a man named Duck several yours ugo.
A warrant was out fo. tho arrest of Orson
Hyde, ono of tho twelve apostles, on tho
snmo charge, but ho eluded tho deputies
who wero sont after him. Ho wns pur
sued to tho Southern Territory A man
named Rennet was found murdered in the
Stato roud, about eight miles from the city
thii morning, with four bullets in his
Sleeping Roomh fur Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Runic.
Fon Sale. A eottngo on 12th street
containing 7 room, cistern and out
houses complete Apply to
W. AV. TiioitNioN.
(lo to Dr. JleOauley lor Ituttlngcr'n Fe
ver Drops. "Warranted to curu tho chill
Try tho Ainerlcan club IIbIi, put up n
oil, to bo found at Jorgansvn's.
I The finest vanilla chocoluto mU) in
gl9, nt Jorgenson'a. " tf.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louik, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
C'AW), NKW YoltK, UosTON,
X'OINTS EAST AND WEST.
pAscnger trains arrive at nnd leave Cairo aa fol
Anaivr 3i3ia.m 3130 p.m.
DrrAni lltinp.m 2i40p,rn,
Until trnlns ennncet at Centralla with train on the
Pnna, Dceatrfr,' Inoomlnirtcn, El Paso, La Ball.
- -MenkUrK-ieport,lena, Dubuque, and
all irfi.nts ta-fJIIinois, Missouri,
Iowa. And with
Linos running Eat anil West for
St. Louis, Hptngheld'. Louisville,
Cincinnati,' Indianapolis, .Cojumbus.
And at ChlcagoUlth Michigan Cental, lllchliian
s'outliernjknd Pittaburg. ftortV'A'aynt
;vand Chicago ltallroads lor.
Detroll, ' Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Alrsuiy, Poston, Philadelphia,
.Viagra Falls, Erie, Ilutlslo,
.New York, Pittsburg, Ilnltimorr,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 171, train wit
rtia n follow i
Tana ooixo soctHEisr.
Leave Virginia......... fi:40a.m
" Horrngfleld 9.20
Taylorvllle to-.W ......
Arrive at Pana. ...Uitfl m -.,
. 3.(SI "
, 4:28 "
.. &:1T "
Leave Pana ..4:00a,m ,1.C4u.m.
" Tnylorville i: '. ' :26 "
Amve atriprinKneld...C;t5 " "
Leave Sp.iiigHeld r,:'Ji " 0:10 "
Arrive at Virginia h;m ....:14
vans OOIXO SOl'THItsr.
Leave IMgetrood :S0a.m 10:10 a.m.
Flora . 8:25 11:10
Arrive at fJhawneetowo-'feMp m 5:14 p.m
tana ooisu avatawtsr.
Leave Khawneetovi n-....i;ti a.m .t'p.m
Kirn :S " T.W"
Arrli- l Kdirewood 4:M) " f:2l"
The6:3U a.m. train from Kdgewood, run only
Monday, WdnesJay ami Fridays, and 6:15 a.m.
train from Bhnwneetown on Tucsdaj. Thurs
days and Saturday.
uonnects at Asinanu wnn jacKsonvine umsiou
or Chicago and Alton Iliilroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Maon City, and all noints vest.
At Springneld, Willi Clnesg'i and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and We-iern Railroad, lor
Illoomlngtcn, Chicago, and all (mint north, north
west anu west.
At Tana with Ind. and Si. Louis, and Illinois
Central Itailroad for all points east, south and
At Kdgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Itadroad.
AtShawovetoan, with steamboats for Clncln
ti, Paducah, Cairo aDd St. Loui.
OltLAND SMITH, Gen'ISup't.
John FooJirr.Gen'l Fr'gt and Ticket An'i.
TIIK NKW YORK
We will supply the Eteniog Post as follows :
One year I2 J
ror snorter perious
l ..t munth
Pingle Copy one jear
, 7 i)
Ten " " "
Single Copy one year
File Copies " "
Ten Copies " "
, 12 l
Or will send the follow Ins periodical to
subscribers, ill connection with the Kitnin'j
at the prices nameu :
Harper's Weekly... W
llstmr's IlatAr -4 Mi
Our Toung Folks
, 4 OU
lieartn anu iionie..
To each subscr her to the Kvining band CV,n.'
onii Union for one year will bo sent two exquisite
French Oil Chronos, entitled "Wide AwaVe" and
"Fast Asleep," which are worth at retail Jlufor
THY IT I TRY IT I I
For 2-5 cents wo will send tho Weekly Evening
Post from now until January 1, or fur to tents e
will rend tho semi Weekly Pot during llm same
Specimen number of the Evening Post sent
A.ldies WM C. BRYANT, A CO.
4'UAI. AND WOOI.
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
ThUtndeisigiied will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An t'lienp, II not i licnper
Than any wooil dealer in Ciiro. Lemo milers
on iho slales at the Postollice an I at Itoss coal
vard, on Commercial avenue, between Tcnih and
Twelfth streets, Cniio. Illinois. I give good
measure and will curd the wood up If desired.
iiutfiu.tr DENNIS IIAI.KV.
F. M. WAKD,
WOOD AND COAL
171 Jt. WAltD is prepared to deliver the besl
J , Fire Wood nnd nlone Coal
IN ANY PAllT UK Til K CITY,
And in any iiiautlly desired, ou short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $1.00 pk.k ton
oFFICK-Ovcr llcerwart, Ortli A Co.'s stove,
twoiloora sbova the corner of Eighth street ana
Cnmnwri I Invenue. leewu
MRS. ANNA LAN(i,
KIOIITll-hT., 1IKT. WAMIINUTON AND COM-
la now rceelvlngn biuiitilul assortment of
Full Millinery Goods,
Including Hats and Shapes of the Litest at)lo
ltlblirw, FIohi ih iiimI 1'cnllirrN.
Mr. Lang will also sliow ciitoiuera the large
To bo found In the city.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS OUKANTUH
HAVB proved, from tho most nmplo exper
ience, an entlro succexst Simple Prompt
hlliclcnt nnd Reliable. They arc tho only medi
rlne perfectly adapted to popular use o lm
pin that mistakes cannot beiniuloin using thenii
so harmless a lo bo frcn from danger, and so
efficient! lo bo nltrnys reliable. Tliey have rais
ed the highest commendation from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
1, Cures IV or, congestion, inllammfttlons.'iS
irmifi, nuuii r.iv i. n Ul 111 CUIIU
'rliij.cohe orteethlngot infant ...It
Illrrhorn, of children and adults... 2.)
IiyhPiilory, giiping, bdloua uolic...5
('fiolprit-morhus, vomiting.... ...24
4'liolerev. colds, bronchltils...... 24
Kpur..lKln. tootli.iche, f4ccnchc....2.
llenrtnrlie. sick hcidache. vertlgo24
Iryapopsln' bdious stninacliv 2.
Nniilirs'iaril.orpalnfnl periods 2;
WiiflFttf too profiise period .....24
('roup, cough, dllllciilt brealliing...2
Nil It Ithpiim, Kryslpclas, Kruptions24
lllipiuuntlam, rheiimtlic pain 24
I'evernnd Anno, chill lever, agilesM
I'IIcm, blind or bleeding. V)
Olditlilrmy. and soro or weak eveM
. ... ..... i .
4'iKnrrli, aoum or chronic, Inlliien.iM
Anllirnii. onnreseil breathing Ml
l.'nr IHNehiirgo, lm"iilred hearing-'')
Nrrortiln enlnrecd gland, wclliugf40
i.rmrui uerrniiy, pnysicni weak-
llronny and aennty Sreretions ....60
20, ae .SIrknr-i.,lcKnej from ridineSo
27, " Kfitiie-y-IilMMiKP, (Iravel AO
21, " AcrtoiiH Jteblllly, seminal eml-
n.Involuntarv discharges ....1 00
I'l v IIuxps, wit ono !2 vial of Mwdcr
very netcs-nry in serious cascs...4 ii
?J, " Nore Moiith, canker 40
'J, " I'rltiary Wrnkuc-wii, wetting led.u
'il, " I'nliirul f erloilH, with spnms.....40
A " nillerliiirw,'t change of life.... IIS)
.U, " i:plliisjy,Spstn,rjt.Vltus'dnnce.l )
.11, " lllpllierlltiili', ernteil sore throat 60
ora.l to 00 liirKc; inlH, mnrorro
or rosenoml mac, ronlnltiliiK rt
Npeclllr for every omlliinry tii
easenlainlly lamiltject to.nnil
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ITS CURE AND ITS l'HBVENTIVE
RY DU. J. II. SCIIKXCK, M. I).
5TTIIE CAUtfE AND CUKE OF COK
BUMITION'. Tlio primary ciuso of Constimp
Hon Is derangement of the digestive orjans. Thli
derangement pr 'duces deficient nutrition anil as
similation, lly asslmllstlon, I mean that procc;
by which the nutriment ot the food l converted
Into blood, ami thenco Info tho solids of the body
Persons w ith iII m'sIIoii thn Impaired, having tlni
slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, c ?
If t'icy tako cold, w 111 bo very liabla to have Con
sumption of tho Llm; In sotno of Its forms; anil
I hold that It w 111 bo Impossible to enro any cno
of Consumption without first rcstorlng a good
digestion nnd healthy assimilation. Thuvcryflrit
thing to ho duna Is to elennso the stomach and
bowels from all liea.-cd mucit nnd sllmo which
aro dojjglng thco organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouso op aud re
ttoro tho liver to a healthy action. Tor this pur
pose, tho surest end best remedy U Schenck'.
M;andrako Pills. These Pills clean tho stomach
nnd bowel of all the dead and morbid sllmo that
Is causing dlecaso and decay In tho wholo system,
They will dear out tho liver of all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, and nronso It up to a
new mid healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllo Is secreted.
Tho stomach, bowels, and llrcr.iro thus clc.inrcil
by the no of Schcnck's.Mniiilrako Pills; battheru
remains In tho stomach an excess of acid, tho or
gan Is torpid and tha appetite poor. In tho bow
els, tho lacteal nru weak, and requiring strength
nudsupport. It Is In a condition llko this that
riehenck'a Seaweed Tonic proves to bo tho most
vnltnblu roniedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
nud i: s iiro ill neutralize all excess of add, mak
lie,- tho stomach sweet and fr'sli; It will glvo
permanent tono to this Important oran, and cre
nto a good, hearty appetite, and prcparo tho sys
lent for tho first process of n good digestion, anfl
ultimately mako good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains te
euro most cases of Consumption Is tho freo and
persevering uso of Schenck's I"ulmonIc Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Symp nourishes tho system, puri
fies tho blood, and is readily absorbed into tho
circulation, and thenco distributed to tho diseased
ltmg. Thero it ripens nil morbid matters, wheth
er In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
nsslsts N.utiro to expel a'l tho diseased matter In
tho form of freo expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. D U then, by tlio great healing and purify
ing properties of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcer nnd cavities nro healed up sound,
nnd my patient U cured.
The essential tiling to bo dono In curing Con
sumption Is to get up n good appetite and a good
digestion, sn that tho body w 111 crow In flesh and
eel strong. I Hi person has diseased lungs, a cav
ity or nbccs (here, tho cntlly cannot heal, tho
matter cannot linen, so longns tho system Is he
low par. What I necessary tu run Ian new or
der of Ihlugs, n kooiI nppclitc, ngood nutrition,
tho body to grow in llesh and pet fat : then Na
ture I helped, llm entitles will heal, llm matter
will ripen and bo thrown oh In largo quantities,
nnd lliu person regain health and strength. This
is tlio iruo miis tuny pinu 111 euro i.ontumpllcn.
and If a person Is very bad, if tho lungs aro not
entirely destroyed, or ctcn Hono lung Is entirely
gone, if them is enough t Itullly lei' in tho other
to lienl 1111. tlicro Is hone.
I havo seen many persons cured, villi only ono
sound lung, live, and enjoy life to a good old age.
This Is what i-chenck's Medicines w 111 do to euro
Consumption. They will clean out tho stomach,
sweeten and strengthen It. get up ngood illgcs
tiou, and glvo Nature thu assistance she needs to
clear tlio system nf nil tho disease that Is lu the
lungs, whatever tho form may be,
It Is Important that, while using FchcncK'a
Medicines, care should bo exercised not to tako
cold: keep In-door! In cool and damp weather;
avoid nUht-alr, nud tuku nut-door exercise oulj
in a genial nnd warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that vthen 1 re
commend n patient to ho careful In regard to tak
ing cold while u.ing my medicines, I do so torn
special reason, A man who has but partially re
covered from llm ellVcts of n bad cold Is far mora
liable loa relapse tiian 0110 who has been entirely
cured, and it Is precisely tho vamo lu regard to
consumption. So long as tho lungs are not per
fectly healed, Just so long Is there Imminent dan
cer of a full return nf tho disease. Iituco It Is
that I so strenuously caution pulmonary patient
njalnst exposing tliemselvee to an atmosphere
thai Is not geul.it and pleasant. Confltined Con.
sumptlvea' lungs nro n mass nf sores, which tho
least clwigo or ntmnsphcro will intlame. Tho
grind secret of my success with my medicines
consists In my ability tu subdue inllamuialion In
stead of provoking It, ns many of tha faculty do.
An tulliined lung cannot tllh safety to tho pa
tient lm exposed to thu biting blaits of winter 01
the rhniing wind of spring or autumn. It
should be c ircfully shielded from alt Irritating In
llueuces. Tho utmo.t catillnu should be observed
In this particular, as wlilinut Itnctire under al
most uuy clrcinn? tmres I nu lniMislillty
The person should bo kept 1 11 u wholesomoaml
nutritious diet, aud all Iho inidlclnc cuutlnued
until the body h, lestnrcd to It the natural
quantity of ncsti aud strength.
1 wa myself cured by this treatment of the
worst kind of Consumption, ai.it have Hied to
get fit and hearty these n.sny yrtra, with one
Hing mostly gone. I hato cured thonsauds since,
and very many havo been cuiudby thl treatment
11 hum I h ive, never seen.
Aliout the 1st ot October. I expect tn take pos
icsslou of my now building at the northeatt cor.
tier of Sixth aud Arch Streets, where 1 shall bn
pleased lu give advice to all who may require lL
Full direction accumpany all my remedle, s
that a person In any part of the w orld ran be read
ily cured by a strict observance nf iho same.
J. II. SCHKNCK, M.D..
UURLBUT A EDS ALL',
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