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JOHN II. OJJEHLY & CO.,
To Debilitated Persons!
To Dyspeptics' To Sutlerers from Liver Com
plalntl To those having no ApprtiUI
To those with Urokm Down
Sura H People. To Clilldrn Watllng A w,
To any with Debilitated Digestive
Or NnfTrrlur with rtny of I hp Kolltmlug
Which Indicate DlsOSDsaiD LtVI oa STOMACH I i
Hueh at Con
Pilss, Fulness of
llioodtolhe Head, Add.
ttjr of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Full
, ness or Weight in the Stomach, bour
Lruclations, sinking or Fluttering at tin,
Pilof the Stomach, Hit irnminir of the ID-ad,
Hurried or Difficult llreHttunx. Fluttering at the.
Heart, Choking or HiittocatlngReniiJitions when In
'""'"f. Dimness ol Vision, Dots or
VV-bs t17re the Sight, Fever ku.I Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
yellowness ofther-kln and Eyes, Pain
in the hulc. H'k Chest, Limbs,
et- . t-j Idcn Flushes of lliut,
Uiiming in tli Flesh, Con.
Evil, mi. I ijreat
HOOFLAND'H GERMAN HITTERS
A liiUnt without Alcohol or Sjiirtlt of
IS .litlerent fiom all others. It is eomt.ose.1 ol
J. the pure Juices, or Vital Principle 01 Hoot,
iler 'sand lUrks, i,,r,ns medicinally li-.-mcd, Ex
tracts. ) the worthless nr Inert ?.,irliini. r.r Ihn In.
irrcdlents not berni-used. TliKiKinrn mnn. Lir. '
lie of trn lliltera there is contained as much
medicinal virtue as will bo found in several gal.
Ions of ordinary miiture. Th root, em., uted
In this llutsrs are grown In (iermany, their vital
printiplei tjxtraetel in that country by a scien
tific Chemist, and forwarded tot'e manuf.tory
in this city, where they are compounded and hot.
tld Containing no spirituous ingredients, tbi
Hitlers la free from the objection urged against
all otlieri, No desire for stimulants can be in
duced from their use, they cannot make drunk
ards, and cinnot under any circumstances hare
nr but a beneficial erleet.
IIOOFLAXD'S GERMAN TOXIC
Was compounded for thoe not inclined to ex
treme bitters, and ts intended for u.e in cases
hen some all ohobc stimulant Is required In con.
neetion with the Tonif properties of the Hitters.
Lch ootlle of the Tonic containa one botlle ot
the Hitlers, combined witn pure S4.NTA CHL'Z
ULM, and flavored in such a manner that the i
treme bitterness of the Hitters u overcome,
forming a preparation hiithly agreeable and
r'leasant to tiie tulale, and cunuimu ihe inedir.
nal urtues or the Hitters. The. price ot the
Tonic li 1 VI per Untie, which many persons
think too hiKht Tney must take into consult r
lion that tne stlmuUnt u.ed is nuarantt ed to t
ol pure quality. A poor srtlcle c -uld Us tur
oitiied at a cheaper price; but is it not l-ller to
pay a liltln moio and hate s, jc"'l article I A
medicinal prepiration should vnntu n none but
the bust Ingredients , and they who expect to ob
tain a cheap compounJ, and be benefitted by it,
will most certainly be ehealid.
II O l'l,.l.Mi'N
HOOFLAN 1) S PODOI'I) YU.I N 1'II-L
M ILL I I KK YOU.
Thcyitrr tlir irrnlt-st IIIoimI I'tirlll-
ITS K 111)11 II
To the medical world, nn" w.ll tralicate diseases
.arising, from impuro b.ood, Debility of the
luxe til Ye Drains, or Inseied I.iver,
In a shorter lime than ny
oilier known rem
edies Th Whole Hupreme Court of Tennsylrania
peak for tne romedles. Who would a fur
mere dignified and stronirer testimony I
ilon.Ueorae tV, WoouwaM, torrneny cruet Jus
tic oi the Hupretne Court of I'ennsj Uanin, at
present member at Congress from l'ennsylta
ala writes :
Philadelphia, March 18, M.
Jmvl Uoofiand's (If rman Hitlers i.anoo-l tonic,
fat in diseassa of Ihe discatlte orKans, and of
great lien tfil In cases ol debility and want of
ntrroat SM-tlontn the system. Your, truly,
(iKOlld K W. WOOUWAHD.
Hon. Jms Thompson, Cmef Justice ol' the Hu
preme Court of rennylrnl;
Philadelphia, April 2s, 1S67.
I consider Hooflsnl's Herman Hitters a ralua
ble mdlclne lncaes of atiavka of ludn-iion or
Dyspepsia, I ran certlft this Irom my eiptri
enc ol It. Yours, with respect.
Hon. George Bharewood, Justice of the Supreme
Cuurt of J'ennsylyaiiin-
Phllad.lphia. June 1, 1863.
1 hare found by expeiietue that lloodaud's
(ermtn Hitters is a wry tood tonic, relieTing
Uysi'Cptlc ay nii.toms almost directly .
' ' 1 ' ' (iKOIUSK M1A11SW00D.
Hon. Wm. V Itorers, Major ol tho fity of lluf.
falo, .N. V. i
Mayor's Pftice, Hutlalo. June 2.', leOO.
1 navu used Ucorlar.d's dennan Hitlers and
Tonic in my family during the past ye.ir, and cm
recomineud them as nn excellent tonic, Impart.
Ihg tono and Tigor to the avsleni. Their nee has
hon productive of decidedly leneticial etlecls.
1 WM. F. HOliKIW.
Hon. Jtmri M, Wood, ex-Mo)orot Williamsport
j'tike fereiit pleasure in recomincniluii; Hoof
lanJV Osrmsn Tonic to any one who may boat
dieted wllll Dyspeps.n. I had tho Dyapepslu so
badly it was Impossible to keep any looil on my
llomach,and I beciimc so weiiit at nut to Uiuble
to walk half a mile. Two bottles of Tonic ef
iected perfect cure, JAMK3 M, WOUp.
Kenirmbrr that Hoofland'n fierman Hitlers,
nd lloolland' dermaii luniu, will cure ery
MAKABUUS, Oil WAhTINO AWAY Or" THE
Hfinciulier that Hnofljnd'a (lermati Heme
dies are the mediclnoa ynn require to purify the
Jltood, excite the torpid I.iyer in heaUny action,
and In enable you to pass ealelv throuah any
hardships nd exposure.
II K. II(I1I.AMI'N
Or Hulwtitute lor Mercury Pills.
IWO I'lI.W A IKMK. The most powerful, yet
Innocent, Vegetable Ciithnrtie known.
It is not necessary to take u handlul ol these
Pills to prodiico tlio desired elteet. Two of them
Ktrtulckly and iiowi'ifully, ciciitislnH tho I.ivcr,
Btonim.il and H.ihoN, of nil inipuritlea, Tint
prluclpal Ingredient la Podophyllin, or the Alto,
hollo Kx tact of M.indr:ikc, winch Ib by many
times more powerful, nctiiu? und seurchliiK, than
tho MandniUo Itself. Us peculiar action is upon
the hiver, '.'leiimriK It apeudiiy Irom nil oh.truc
lions, with all the poer of Mercury, yet free
Irom all tho Injurious results attached to the use
of that mineral.
For all oisoiisch In which tho tiso of a cathartic
ulndlcaUd, these pills will iiUo entire satisfac
tion in every case, i uey km mi i aii..
Incases of Liver Complmnt, tiyspepsia, and
extreme Costiveness. Dr. Hoofliind's Ournian Hit
ters, or Tonic, should bo used in connection with
the Pills- Thelonlo cltfctol the Hlllers, or Tonic,
builds up the system. Tho II. tiers, or Tonic, pu
rifles tho blood, strengthens the nerves, ri'R
nlatei Ihe Liver, and Kiea strenKlh, energy and
K ep your Dowels acllto with tho Pills, nnd
lone up the system with Hitters, or Tonic, and
no disease can retuln the hold, nr even hssiiII you,
Hi-collect that It is lir llnolland'n Herman Hem
dies that are so universally' ued und liirhly
recommended; nuddo nut nllaw tho drugKlst to
Induce you lotnku nnytlilnjr else that he may say
la usl as good, because h makes n laiger prolft
on It. These remedies will be sent by Kxpresa to
any locality upon application to the l'ltl.NCIl'AL
OFPIUK, at ihe (JKHMAN MKHH.'INh STOltE,
UMAHOH KTllEET, IMU1-A PKI.l'll I A.
JUAN. M. KVANN, 1'roprlelor.
Former or . M, Jrvkaon a Co,
Kli I) OK A DO
BILLIARD SALOON AND HAH
HOOM. -IOII. HATKN, 1'roi.rletor.
I'lOUimmercial Avenue, CAIUO, ILLINOIS
Ilssl brand of California Cigars Just received,
BILLIAKD salon furnished illi lb b-at ol
tables; and Ur supplied with wines, Ihuors
and cigars of the rinett brands.
H. .S. IIAKRKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
ttROCKHUM AM) IlHV OOOUN.
bkAl la IS
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOKS,
HATS ANII CAPH, KTO.,
Has just received a heavy stoo of Hoots and
nhoes, Hosiery and .Notions,
YOU SALK FOIt CASH VKJIY 0HKA1'
He also has a line stock of Family firccerl's ot
CIRNEKSIXTH-Sr. AND COMMKIl
DOOItN, hASII, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
IiriLDKRS' SUI'I'I.Y DF.I'OT,
13J TKMTll eTKSKT,
hours, Siisb, llllutl. MnllldlllK.,
Itvelliillrr,vvno4l, vVlndovv and llooj
frnrnen, llonrlnir, I.alh,
Nhtnglra, iilnzrd Hnsli, Ulncesl Side
I.lglita, Ulnccsl TrniiHoiiK,
HHb WelglUH, Nnh I'lllllt-si nntl Corth,
llllntl rnalenlne, llooflue
fell, Roofing Cement, I'lawterlnc
rnper, Carpet Ilt, Wblln
I,ed, I.loaed oil, American Window
UlaH, EnclUb and frencli
Plaits (llawt, I'utly, Ulasler'si rolnla.
Hewer Plptst I'aleul ( hliuueys,
AGENTS lor Kock Itivel Paper Companv's
HheAihimr F.dt and iuaru Cement.
II. W. John's Imroved I!oofin; always on
BOOTN A.M NIIOKS.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
lltleen Vsnnjitoii Avenue and Poplar Street,
Hoots anj r-hnea Made to Order.
1'ine Werknien llmploynd.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
act a acpnci roa
H 0 0 T S A X 1) S II 0 K S
luuirrrlttl Avriiur, Corner or I'.iKhlli
rARTICULAH ATTKNTION PAID TO ALL OR.
DEKS FOK HOOl'KKIttTh AND MIOKH,
Estate of Michael Maloney, dc-ccn.ed,
Tho underaiRned huvin( bsen nppolnled Ad
mlnlfllrntor of thu Eatntu ol Micha.1 Maloney,
lato of the County of Alexander, anil Statu of till,
nois, deceased, hereby Klves notlco that ho will
appear beforo lliu Louiily Court of Alexander
County, at the Court House in Urn Cnv nf Cairo
hi the December Term, on Ihe thud lluuday In
December next, at whli-li tiiiio all persons huvinx
claiira iiK'tinst said Estate lire, notified nnd ru
quested to attend for the purpose 11 1 havlnj; tlio
same ailjin lei. All persona indebted to said Es.
late are reuusted to nui'.o linmedlalH payment
tolhe Hiidt'rslKiied. IIEUMAN Ul.uU",
Dated thla 17th day of Oetolcr, A. D . Wl.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
fV I.I IT1 1JTT f T TWTT-VT
mm,rTrtf Vmnnt flmrrlni In it'.nn mn
nuaij a i vtivu vH"- a IV') stt i Ujl Z J a
popular with conimiciir. Hrc sold liy .lor l'T- Lol'Is. Louivim.k, Cinci.vnati. fin
t,e,1S(;ni tf 1 caoo, Nkw Yoiik, Uohto.v,
Oo to JorgonK'ti'a for imported Dun
dco orango tnnriiinladc, tlio cclobriited 1
I.ondun cryitul vinegar, in quarts, and I
li oic3 UcnoMO ui;. tf
Wlnre aro you going? To tlio pluco
numbered, Ohio levee, whoro tlu-y keep
- , . . . .
viiu ucsb iri-sii uvsicrs, nan uuu gaiiiu, hiiu
the flnot wines, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open nt all hour, day
or night. J. E. I'akks.
Whatever may be mid about fine
beef, and however thick praise of the beef
of other butchers may be spread, the fact
remains that Nick Williams will not nd
mit that any other butrher in the city
kcoiis for sale a line beef a that which
1,.. .,.11. ... 1.1. ,.i. . 1.... ... ,i.
..u DvitB uv till jio.iu.it. ui-'u. lunini. ni bt.u
corner of l'oplar and Twentieth trecti.
(jivo him u call. tl
Tabcr Ilrothcr.', liuving obtained fur I
their watch ilepirtment soino ol' tho very '
best workmen to be found, ure now pre
pared to turn out work in that line with
but little delay. Thoo having line and '
ditlicult work requiring the most skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
rutisfHCtion. Tho finest patterns of jew
elry, as usual, are made, to order at prices
that defy competition. oct20tf.
Tho Chicago Ilecr Snloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Noi. 'JO and 28 Eighth
attcct, is a fuvorito place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Ilcer, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
home Wines. No ordinary liquors aro
dispensed at tho bar of tho saloon only
the very best, nnd guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. " aual.tf,
I'ctcr Saup has opened abrunnew oys
tcr saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest nnd most delicious in
thecity,which he will sell the by case, can
or dozen. The saloon ha been fitted up
with the eiprets view of supplying
gentlemen nnd ladies witli a place where
they may enjoy a meal of these toothsome
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed
by the bustle and noises incidental to tho
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
W! M S A.M. I. Kit t)lt.
wm. 11. sen urrat,
Iniporlrr niul VliiiIc-iiI- Denier In
TOBACCO &z CIG-AES.
Ai?ent for the l.t brands of
CHKAM AND STOCK ALU,
ImptirKMl Airs, of IHir.'rrtit lilntli.
75 Ohio Levee,
It CAIKO, ll.Ll.S01S.
F . M . STOl'KVLKTH,
sr. rn.ua TOiii r. J nocaiikru
Itft-HOrr nntl Wliolrwile IlfHlrr
1'ort'luii nml Ilomt-Nllc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. (12 Ohio Lkvkk,
HI. keeps on hand constantly a lull stoik o
.Old Kintucl.v llourlion, Ilye and Monomta
lnU Whiskies, I'rencli llrandies, llollai.d (.in,
Ilhineand Cnliloinia Wines. .n30tl
1,AI.M, Ol I. S, t-lf-
, r. Htkui u, e. . vf .tkr.
I'AItKKlt A: HLAKK.
11. II Mis IS
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putt)', Hen 7 1 lit', (iiiMiliiif,
And the celebrated illuminating
iinoss' liriLDiNii, con. Utii-st. a com-
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS. 0. McGEE,
KKIIITH HTRBKT, 1IKTWKKN WASIUNClTON
AND COilMKUCIAI. AVKNUKH,
Has just received n full and splendid lineol
Dre-s IrlmmlUKs, silk (tlmps, ailk Kilonn, Kill,
pin 0 InccH. muss trimmings, docket liottuns,
sllli and vi Del buttons, iluh and trimmiiit! vel
vet. I1.1t h aim b iiiuets, lino kid uloves. I.1.II1 1,' and
cluldiens'slioes, uud u full uud coiiiieto stsick ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which eho pruposua to tell at
TlUt VERY LOWEST CASII VRIfES
! QUICKKST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
POINTS KAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo at fol
Aativr atauim 3i"o'"m.
1 !'"" liH5p.m. ana p.m.
Hoth trains connect at Centralla with train on the
I'.tis, Decatur, IllonrnlnKtcn, IM Pao, I,a Palle,
Jle ndota, Frceport, 'iskna, liubuuup, and
nil points In Illinois, Missouri,
Mlunesol.), Aisconsln and
Iowa. And ivlth
fiine.i running East and West for
M. Louts, Hpnnxheld. Louisville,
Ciniinnsti, Imtauapolis, Columhlis.
And at Chicago with Michlniti Central, MlchlgJO
Southern, ami Pittstiuru, Fort Wayne
nnd Crncairo Hailroads lor
l. Irolt, Cleveland, DuuklrL-.
; inrJl V.lt.
; -t- York,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 1!. R.
Oa trid after Monday
Anrll 21th, 17I, trains wil
ruu as lot os :
Tisisp ooiso suirnr.isT.
Leave Virginia Oil'Ja.m
" Sprinttrield 9.J0
" Taylorvlll.- .M '
Arrive at Pana 11:10 111
Leave Pana :lia,ni
" Taylorville 4:47 '
Arrive at prlnKfluld...O;l "
. U.io p.m.
.. 3.00 "
.. I:l "
... 6:17 "
Arrive at nprlnKfilu,G;i:
Leave riDsinirfield W-
Arrive at Virginia -:25
1USISS OQIN'I BOl'TUttnT.
Leave Edsetvood i::a.m 10:10 a.m.
' Flora 11:10 "
Arrive at bhasrneetown3:&.lp m Mi p.m
Taii.ss ooiao 50711 est.
Leave Hhanneetown 5:15 a. m K20p,m
Arrive at F.dfrewood 4:50
The 5:30 a in. train from Kdirewood. runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 5;l' a.m.
train from Hliawneetown on Tuesdays, Thure.
days and Saturdays.
Co-meets al Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and AUon Itsilroad, for Jvcksor.ville,
Petersbii'ir, Mason City, n nd all Points west.
At .Spriniifield. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, abash and Western Hallr.vl, Inr
Illoomlngton, Chicago, and all points north, north
west ana west.
At Pana with Ind. and SI. Louis, and Illinois
Central Kallrovd for all points east, south and
At Kdgewood with Chicago Mvislon Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Kailroad,
Atrihawncetosn, with steamboats for Cincln
tl, Padlicah, Cairo andSt. Louis,
OHLANIJ SMITH, nen'IPup'l.
Jons FooJitT.lien'l F'r'st and Tickei Air't.
THK XKW YOltlv
EVEN INC. POST
iiti( KsTtT:i)H r.-
Wo will supply the Kvenins Po't as lollov. :
One year ii 00
For shurtcr periods $ per month
HinRle Copy ono year
Five Copies " "
Ten ' ,
... :i w
Single Copy one year..
Five Copies " "
Ten t opics
Or wn till send tho lollowlns neriodicals to
subscribers, In connection with the Etrnmq
tt the prices named :
Evening Post. EtixuiK Post.
I Mi tt.J
narptr s naur
Our Young Folks
S-ribaer's Monthly. ..
Hearth ami Home....
... A 5u t,iJ
4 &' 1. W
, J UU 11 W
3 (Al 4 40
t 50 (0
A Ot) 5 50
;l 5"i 5 Cs
3 75 5 H"
3 W 5 (J
To each subscr ber to tho Eitnmj A);aud I'firu
turn VtMntot one year will be sent two exquisite
French Oil Chro-nos, entitled "H nie Awale nnd
"Fast Asleep," which are worth at letail SlOf'or
TRY IT ! TRY IT! !
For 2 cents we will send the Weekly Evening
Post from nuw until J.uiuary 1, or fur Wcents we
will lend tho semi Weekly Pott tlurini! tho same
Specimen niimbers of the Evening Pot sent
WM C, HUYANT, A CO.
CO A I, AM) IKIOll.
WOOD ! WOOI) ! ! WOOD ! ! !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An ht'ii, II not liriiit-r
Than any wood dealer in Cnru Leave orders
on the slates at the Poslolhce anil at llo-s coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth nnd
Twelfth ureels, Cairo, Illinois, 1 give xomi
measure and will cord Hie wood up If ilea leu.
aiuin-lf DE.NNIH H.M.I'.r.
F. 31 . WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
IT! M. WAUD is prepared (0 di-livei Hie heel
' I'iru Wood nnd elune Coal
IN ANY PART OK THK CITY,
And In any qunutlty desired, on short notice .
COAL DELIVERED at 1.00 i'K.r ton
uFFICE-Over Ileerwarl, Orlh A Co.'a slove,
Iwodoora 1 hove the corner ot EiKhlh sln el and
CnmiKrrt 1 lavenue. lecfiit
MRS. ANNA LANCi,
K10HTII.HT., II KT, WAhlllNOIO.S AND COM-
la now receiving a beantllul assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
IncliidlnK Ilatl and fjhapes of ll.e luleH t)l
Itlbbtra, l'lovtt rs mill I t itllit TN.
Mrs. I.iihk -vlll also show customers the Utg
Wool on Viii int
To b found In Ihe illy.
ULKAI'IUNU AND I'REhSINO DONK
SIMIIilA S1MIL1UUS CUIvANTUlt
HAVH proved, from the most ample exper
ience, an entire success t Himple Prompt
hthclent nnd Kelluble. Thov are the only rnedl
c ncs perfectly adapied to popular use so aim
pie that mistakes ennnnt I made In uslnn therm
sri i harmless as 10 le fren from dnniter, nnd so
Uliclentas to he always rellahle They have rais
ed tho hijjhest commendations from all, and will
a'wavs render satisfaction.
1, Lutes f twri,connestlon, lnflammatlons.5
sviirnm, worm lever, woun colio 25
I, " IHrrliopK, of children and adulls...!
! ytfnlery, mlpitiK.txIloua colic...i!4
W " l.liolfrn-tiiiirhus, votnltlnit..., s,s
7, " 4'liolt-rn. colds, bronchllu as
f, " .rnr-.lKln. tooth.iche, fsce.icln....,'.'5
0, " llfitilnc-lira, siek hevdache, Tertlcos
I", " HjniPt.lir h.liotu slomaehe IIS
11, " bit liiircssttl, or painful periodj2;
12, " Vt lilies, too profusti prr-7s..;..,..,s:
13, 'rniip. coukIi, difficult hreiiliinir...'i.
11 . I.t-n-a... t--mf .V
" Klii'iimalliin, rheuiiislic pains
l''vTnnl.(;iir, chill lever, asues"
" I'llt-N. Mind or Mecdlntc
" iilillilrmy, and sore or weak eye-Vi
" 'a'ui-fli, acuie or chronic, InfliieniaM
' M liioiilii(;-:tiiii;li, violentcoiiKhsWl
Asllinut. opptf.ed hreathln Ui
" Dnr IHsrliiirKfs, im-.ilrcd heannKM
" SiTlnliienl.inredl.'tnds, sei,ni;iO
" l.fiicral lltdillliy-. physical weak
ness ....; ,
" lrtnt.yanil sennly Secretions SO
' .Sen Sleltni's-. sickness from rldlni-5o
" lil.lney-lllsensf, riravel 50
....... SSnl-ltlS.. ......
ons.lnvoliintnrv ilicl,ari(e. 1 s)
I'H.'Uuxi'-, wits cnoSJti.il of powder
tery ne, es.ary in serious caes...5 Oil
Sore .Month, ranker 50
I'rlmiry VrnkiieH, wetting ld.M
I'lilnlul I filmls, with spasms 50
MillrrliiKH,.tchanK of life 1 (fl
i:nlli'iNj .spasms, ft Vltus'dance.l (J
ltlillipriitiiln, erated sore throat li)
... . ...... .t-ri.a.j, ri.li-
FA.MILV ( ASK-i.
OI .1.1 lt 110 liirKt lals, nittrnrrn
or rose tt 11ml fast-, t on tiilnlntr 11
npft'lllp for etery oiiilliuiry ll-nist-
it fit m 1 1 - IsMil.Jeet to, nntl
liookH or illrt-rlloiis ..from 10 to $25
Smaller friiiully uud 'I'rutcllliK fit es,
ito to s vials irom a to S
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SOHENCK, M. 1).
HT-THE CAUSE AND CUIUS Or CON
SUMPTION. The primary cauao of Coninmp
tion U derangement of iho digestive organs. Thla
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
similation. Ily assimilation, 1 mean that process
by which the nutrimentol tho food Is convene!
Into blood, and thence Into the solids of tho body.
Persona with dirts Hon thus Impaired, having tho
slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, or
if I Uey take cold, will be very Ilablo to havo Con
sumption of the Lungs lu some of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will ho Impossible to care, any co
of Consumption without first restoring pood
digestion and healthy assimilation. The very first
thing to b dono la to clcaoao the stomach, and.
bowel from all diseased mucus anil sllmo which
are dogging these organs ao Itnithey cannot per
form their functions, and then rouse up and re
store tho liver to a healthy action. For tbla pur
pose, thu rarest and best remedy le Schenck'i
Mandrake Tills, These Pills clean the stomach
and bowels of all tho dead and morbid illme that
Is causing dlacato and decay la the vtholo system.
They will clear ont the liver of all diseased bile
that has accumulated there, and arouse it up to a
netr and healthy action, by which nitnral and
healthy bile Is accreted.
. Tho stomach, bowels, and llverare thai cleansed
by the use of Schenck'a Mandrake Pills ; bat ttiero
remains In tho stomach an excess of acid, tho or
gan Is torpid and tho appetite poor. In the bon
ds, the lactcals aro weak, nnd requiring strength
and support. It is in acoudltion like this that
HchencW'a Scaw ecd Tonic proves tobotbomort
taliiablo remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its use u 111 neutralize, all excess of add, mak
ing tho stomach encet and fresh; It will giro
permanent tonu to this Important organ, and cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, and prepare tho sys
tem for tho first process nf a good digestion, an
ultimately make good, braltby, living blood. At
let this preparatory treatment, what remains t
core most cases of Consumption Is the frto ant
persevering use of Schenck'i Pulmonic Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Syrup nourishes the system, part
flea the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into the
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There It ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Natoro to expel all the diseased matter In
the form ot frco expectoration, when once it ri
pens. It Is then, by the great heallc; and purify
ing properties of Sdicnclt's Tulmonle Byrop.
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured.
The essential thing to be done In curing Cos.
sumption Is to get tip a good sppetlto and a good
digestion, so that tlio boly will grow In flesh and
fret strong. If a person has diseased longs, a ear
ly or abscess there, tho cavity cannot heal, tho
matter cannot rlneu, ro long as thu system Is be
low par. What la necessary- to enrols a new or
der of things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
the body to grow In flesh and get fat; then Na
ture Is helped, tho cavities will heal, tlio matter
will ripen and bu thrown cR In largo quantities,
and tho pcrsou regain health and strength. Tbla
ts the true and only plan to cure Consomplitn,
and If a person Is tery bad. If tho lnnga arc not
entirely destroyed, or even lfono Inngds entirely
gone, If there Is enough vitality lef In the other
to heal up, thcro la hope.
I hat e seen many persons enred, with only one
sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good old age.
This Is what Schenck's Medicines will do to cure
Consumption. They will clean out the stomach,
sweeten and strengthen It. get up a good diges
tion, and glvo Nature the assistance she needs ta
clear the system of all tho disease that Is la the
lungs, whatever the form may be.
It Is Important that, while using Pthenek'a
Medicines, care should ba exercised not to take
rold; keep ln-doors In cool and damp weather;
avoid night-air, and take out-door exercise only
lo a genial and warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that when I re
commend a patient to be careful In regard to tak
ing coldwhllo using my medicines, I do so for
special reason. A man who has but partially re
covered from the effects of a bad cold Is tu mora
liable to a relapse than one who has been entirely
cured, and It Is precisely the same In regard to
Consumption. Ho long as the lungs are sot per
fectly healed, Just so long Is there Imminent dsn.
ger of a lull return of tne disease. Hence It Is
that I so streuuotislv caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to an atmosphere
that Is not Kfulal and pleasant. Confirmed Con
sumptives' lungs are a mass of sores, which the
least chaise of almnsphcro will Inflame. The
grand secret of my success with ray medicines
consists In my ability to subdue inflammation in
stead of provoking ft, as many of the faculty do.
An Inflamed lung cannot with safety to the pa
tient be. exposed lo the biting blssts of winter 01
the chflllng winds of spring or autumn. It,
should be carefully shielded from all Irritating In.
fluencca. The utmost esutlon should be observed
In this particular, as without It a cure under al
most any circumstances Is an Impossibility,
The person should bo kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the medicines continued
until tho body has restored to It the natural
quantity of flesh and strength.
I was myself cured by this treatment of the
worst kind of Consumption, and have lived to
get fat and hearty these many years, with on
lung mostly gone. I have cured thousands since,
and very many have been cured by this treatment
whom I havo never seen.
About the 1st of October. I expect to take posv
sesslon nf my new building at the northeast cor.
tier or Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall be
''tf'Ji'M0 K1."0 dvlc ,0 " "BO jr require li
full directions accompany all my renedlss. se
that a person in any part of the world can be rsad.
ly cured by a strict observance ol the same.
J. u. souses. U.U.,