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JOHN H. 01JERLY &!C0
To letillllttci Persons I
Dyspeptics! T hullerera from Liter Com
pUlntl To those having no Appetite I
"o thoso with Ilrokin Down
ff a ii People 1 Tj ClilMrtn Wailing Away
To any with Debilitated Digestive
I't-NiiflVrliia; wllh nuy or the I'oIIomIur
Which indicate Disoidpisd Lives 01 Htovich t
Much at Con
Piles, Kiilrit" or
llioodlotho llrn'l, Acid
Ity of the Htomach, Names,
II irtburn, Digut for 1'ood, Full
ness nr Weight In the t-intnach, Sour
hriifiilalmns, felnklng or fluttering Hi tho
I'ltnf the Stomach. Hwlmtnlnir of tho Head,
Hurried or Diitleiilt llrealhlng, Fluttering at the
Heart Choking or Huttocatlng Sensaliona when Id
Lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots or
Webs befuro tli" Wight, Fever ami Hull I'aln
In lh Jl.ad,4)ot)i'ieuov of Perspiration,
Tell'iwnessof the Mklnand Kjes, Pain
Itt the hhie. Hack Chest, J.lm ),
etc.. Sudden Flushes of Hint,
H.iruiDrC in the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of
Kvll, mil) Ureal
HOOPLA N DS G ERM AN HITTERS
A lllttrr without Alcohol or tiplrit of
I H il,llei-nl fiotn nil others. It i eomioed ol
I the pure Juices, or Vital Principle ol Hoot,
ITr s mi l Huts, (or, hi inedlcinslly U riiii d, llx
tracts,) th worthless or Inert portion of tin- In.
irrcdlents not bung used. Therefore, in one hot
tie if tint lhltr there I contalneil an much
medicinal virtue a will bo lounil In several gal
lons of ordinary mixtures. The roots, etc., uie 1
in thl Hitter are grown In Oermany, their vital
pljiniplea cHra-lnt In that country by a acicn
nil Chemist, nml forwarded to fie manufactory
m tin city, where they are compounded and tint
Ilr I. Cmium ng no spirituous Ingredients, thl.
II iters l free fniiii the objections urg'il agtlnst
II others, No desire for e 1 1 null D In ran lie In
In e J fritin their ue , they cannot make drunk,
srds.and cannot timler any circumstauces hire
lit hut a lrf.nefl.cial etlect.
1 1 001" JiA N D'.S G BUM A N TONIC
w' compounded for thorn r.ot inclined to ex
treme billrs, and la intended for n-e In caea
wlirn tomcat olwl.c stimulant Is requited In con
Diction with the Tonic properties of the Hitters,
i'ju.h bottle of the Tonic contain one lottle ot
the Hitter, combined witn pure HINT A CltLV.
HUM, and flavored in such a manner that the ex
treme bitterness of the Hitter la overjom.
loir"'- repantlion highly agreeable aoii
'la.. , palate, vl containing the medic
inal v.rtu f the Hitter. The j.rlte ot the
I'unlc I, 1 ' per bottle, which many petsons
think too high. They ,n net take Into consider
ation that the stimulant used Is guaranteed lo m
ot pure quality A pnne article could bi lur
nu.ied at n cheaper price ; but I It not better to
pay h little mote and hale . geod article 1 A
meillcjnal prepiratlon nhould conta n none hut
the bel Ingredient i and they who expect to ob
tain a cheap cotnound, and l benefitted by it,
III moil certainly be cheated.
II OO I' LAND'S
WILL CUI'.K YOU.
Hie J lire Iho ;riatrst llluml I'lirlll
lo th medical world, uni' will i rlieate dl.eae
arUiDg from impure Uoo-I, Debility of the
DigeiLteOrgin, or Ineaed Liter,
In a diorier lime tlmn any
other known rem
edie iTie Whole Hupreme Court of I'ennjltani
.peak for tnetn remedies. Who weuld aik lot
mre dignified and ationger tettlmony ?
Hon. George W, Vioouwarii, torment (.mat Jsa-
tlceot the Muptetne Court of l'ennj Itanla, at
present member oi Congren from penuiylia-
Oil wrltei :
Philadelphia, March It, HOT.
i tin I HnoSand'a (iertnan llitlera l a Rood Ionic,
uxiful in diseaea of the ciigetle organi, and of
grt benetit In caret ol debility and want of
nertout action In the nynem. Yuure, rult,
(IKUKCE W. WOODWAltD.
Hon. Jitnn Ttiompson, Chief Junllce of the Hu-
plume Court of t'enn) Itanla i
1 l'hilidelphia, April 2, HOT.
I conilder Hooflind' German Hitter a talua
ble medicine Incane of attacks uf Indi-eitlon or
Otipepnia. I can certlft thin Irom my expeil
ence ot It. Your., with .rajycU TH0Mp!j0V
Hon George Sharnwood, Jimtlce of the Hupreme
CMlitofTenn)lnlai , ,
I'hiladilphla, June 1,1800.
1 have found by experience that lloortaiid'
Gemma Illttcr-t i ft ury tood tonic, reliuting
Hon. Wm. V. Uoier, Mayor ol the City of Huf
Ulo, N. Y. t
Mayor' (MUce, Hutlalo, June 22, W.
1 have uci llr.otliir.d'" Gernuu Hitter" and
Tonlu in my family during the pint ear, and can
recommend them ai an excellent tonic, impart
ing tone nnd vigor to the, Mstem. Their tint him
been productive of decidedly t enehcial etlwU.
Hon. Jame M. Wood. ex-Sleyorot Williaiimport
1 take great ptcumre In recommending Hoof
land'" German Tonic In any onewhcinay heal
Hicteil whh Ivpp n. 1 had the D)pepla no
badly It wiin Imjiomlliln to keep any luod on my
tomii"h, nd I liecnme an wenic at not to be able
to walk half n mile. Two boilles of Tnnie ef.
lectcd a perlectcure. JAMKSM. WOOD.
Kcmrmber that lloofland'a German Hitter,
nd lloolland'a (icrman Tonic, will cure otery
Al.VHASHUS, OK WASTI.NQ AWAY OK THK
IXriiiriiilier that Hoodand'H German Heme'
die are tho medicine you requiro to purify the
Wood, excite the torpid l.lver In healthy action,
and to enable you to pa -hIi'Iv through any
htrUtlups tnd exposure.
Or Hub.Uiliito lor Mercury Pills.
IWO PILLS A DOSK. The motl powerful, yet
i l .I.Ul'Hliurlln bnn-n
lllliuvt'm, irurin'iig fi.tui, nv n.iwnii
11 is not necessary to take n iiamllul ol these
Pills lo produco the ilcslied ellect. Two of them
tct quickly and powerfully, lcainlng the Luer,
Btomach und Howell, ot all liupurillej. The
,i,.lnal Innredient Is l'odonhv 111. or tho Alco
hol lo Kxlra.-t of Mandrake, which in by many
times more poweriiu, nciuig huh scuiciuhk, uu
tho Mandrake Itself. Its peculiar action in upon
i iu .,lA.,,,in II uiirwutlli' trnni nil nlitrllr-
tin illicit - Hr"-7,; ,
Hons, with all the power of Mercury, )et freo
from all the iiiliirloiii rcmilts attached to the use
of that nilneial.
For all diseases In which the tuo of a cathartic
is indicated, tnesepiiis win give eiuue suusiac
ifmt in Averv ease. Thev NKVKU KAIL.
lncaies of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, and
xtreine Costiveness. Dr. Uoollimd German Hit
i.r. nr Tonic, should bo used ill connection with
the i'llli- The tonlu ellect ol the Hitters, orTonlo,
bulldi up the system. The Hilteis, or Tonic, pu
rities tho blood, strengthen tho nerves, res
ulatea the Liver, and gives strength, energy aud
V'ir'en vnnr Dowels aclit-a with the Pills, nncl
lone up the system wilji Hitters, or Tonic, aud
no uiseasocau reiiuu me uuiu, oi cicii i,nrtu ,uu
iinKnlleetihut it Is llr lloorl.uid'u German Kem
.iiA ilmt am an universally used und hlrtilv
recommended; and do not allow tho druggist to
induce you to take anything else that In) may say
mat as eood. because hu makes a larger profit
nn It. Theso remedies will be sent by Kxpress to
. y locality upon application to the Vltl.NCIPAL
KflUE, at tlie Gl'wIMAN MKDIClNb bTOBE,
CIIAS.H. EVANN, Proprietor.
Kh DOHA DO
IJII.LIA1U) SALOON AND HAH
I100M. JOHX OATIM, lrwirietor.
IWCuntnercial Avenue, CAIHO, ILLINOIS,
Ilet brand of California Clgart Just received,
BILLIAHD salom furnished ith the b ut el
table j and bar sunplied with wines, liquors
and elgsra of the finest brands.
UKOCKRIKrt AMJ I.HV .OOI)N.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SUCKS,
HATH A XI) CAI'H, KTC,
Has Just receive! a heavy a toe s of Hoot and
Duoea, Hosiery anu motions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He alio has a fine ttock of Family Grccerlet ot
(VM.NER SIXTH-ST. AND COM.MER
DOUIIN, NANII, ETOl
W. W. THORNTOK'S,
IHJILDKHS' Sl'PIM.Y DKI'OT.
13 J TKM II hTUKET,
CAIKO, r. ILLINOIS,
Ivors, ainab, Bllnda. Moiildlntji,
I'rnmei, IToorluff, Lalh,
hhlnxsle-a, Ulnard Hnah, UUced Hide
I.I (lit a, Ulnsrd Tranioiai,
Hnah Weight, Kakb allies and Cortla,
llllnd rnatenluc, Itooflna;
til, noaflnc; Omtnt, riaatrrlna;
I'nper, Carpet Cell, While
Lend, I.iiiaecl oil, American Window
lm, i:nc;llli mid French
lata Ulnm, I'uttj-, Ulnsler's lolata,
hewer t'l !. I'uDiit (Tiliiuie) ,
AOENTS lor Itock Kiret Pap'r Company's
hhrathing Kelt and Ijuarlt Cemsnt.
It " John s Improved Hoofing alway, on
UUIITN AMI MIOi:S.
UOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uclwcen Waib'nfiton Avenue and Poplar Street,
Hoota and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Wrrkmen Kinployed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP. SKIRT FACTORY
sol r iui.Ncv tos
HOOTS AND SIIOKS
ornmvrcinl Avrmir, Corner of i:l(lilu
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR-
TJKUA VOK HOOr.-KIUTS AND allOKS.
II. LEVY k CO.,
rill in IN
HIDES AND FURS,
wool, t i:ATiii:it.s, i:tc
73 OHIO XjEVEE.
LOUIS J 0 II G E N S E N,
Dealer Insll kluilsol
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fitrmer'a Vurd mill MlnbliiiK
Cor, Wauhiugtou-av' and Twcutieth-st,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1871,
COLONKL JACK ALLEN'.
THK NOTORIOUS ANK ADVKNTL'KOL'H KEN
TUUKIAN ON IIIH IlKATIt-IIKU IN TKXAH.
From the Louisville Courier.
A letter !itinouticc tlieltnpcndin; ilcnth
f Colonel Jack Allen, at Rrlt'iit Star,
Hopkln. county, Tuxn. Hu win wldoly
known In tlie South writ. In his young
manhood hu had tho lolsforttio to alny u
itmn in Sholhy county, but tho jury nd
judged It n clear cao ol nclf-tltfi-ncc, and
liu wms iu'iuittvd. Shortly tifterward hu
left for -Mlsfourl, and, with n 'Ingle coin
pntilon, timdu his way through thu Itidhin
Territory, and thenco into Te.vii". That
people were then ut war with tho Mexi
cnii". Ho was with Snm Holl'tori nt tho
battle of S.tn .lacinto, which ended the
war. Ho returned homo and engaged in
farming; but when the war broke out on
tlie Kin. (irnndo Allen ralcd n calvary
rniiipntiy, mid was with Oeticrul Hum
phroy Mnrahair- rfglmentat Jlucna Vista.
The condtulon of tho Mexican wax let
Inoio n set of rettlcs men, cngnr for nny
warlike in'crpriie. Tho acquisition o'f
Cub.i attracted their attention a it did
indeed many loiding men in the South,
lack Allen of coarso atnon the
number, Hu ruiscd n band of men in
Kentucky, and wa jiroinlncnt among
thoe who ompocd what tuny bo called
the "lint Cuban expedition, ' Sailing
from a Southern port in a mini I ves
sel, by orders lo act in concert with the
oreoloi of Cub), who wcro aid to bo ready
to revolt, tho ' lllibuitori.' ai limy weru
termed roceeded to the ijlnnd ol Con to',
ticur the coast of Yucatan. A ifjourn of
three weeks, with cxosnro diiguetcd tho
men until otdcri weru given to leave, when
their fpirlt revived. Tho vtel made
iti wny to Cnrdenuf, on the northern
part of thu Islnnil, where they
weru landed. Their rebel friend?,
to their chagrin, informed them that their
force was too small to throw the isluml in
to revolution, anil declined to give any as
titancc. The nuthoritie had'Lccu titjvi
(d ofthp p'niis uf the lilibinteri, and had
H force clou ut hand to meet them. They
charged on thy IlibuMiTJ, who gallnlitly
reptllied the ntsu.ilt, and, knowing dUcre
tion ti bu the better part of valor, retired
to their little vcstcl. Allen fought brnvu
ly in thli light. The filibusters then head
td for Key Wctt, and, when, within a
few miles . dace, discovered the
Spanish man-of-war l'izurro bearing down
on them under a full head nf itentii. She
approached near enough to fire a few shots
at tho vesiel, but the boys escaped und
scattered over the place.
The year following (1801), the filibusters
weru ugaiu ut work under Lupez, aud
Jack Allen wai with them. Ho rai'ed
several hundred men in Kentucky, and
took them to Saw Orluutn. Lope., with
tho lamented Major AVm, Crittenden, had
al.o left for thu iland. Their fatu is
known. Crittenden's little band of fifty
men weru cuptured, und himself shot, and
Lopez garrolid. In tho meanwhile thu
Kcnttickhms in New Orleans bcscechcd
the Cuban Aid Society for transportation,
but in vain. AVIien tho fatu of the cxp
dltiun whs known, thu filibusters in New
Orleans disbanded, and Allen and othirs
returned to- Kentucky. Several expedi
tion of n similar character were projected
between that time and ISoG by General
(iolotiria, with Colonel Allen as one
of the leaders, but all of them
fniled. General Wnlkor and his fili
busters, however, hud mot with more suc
cess in Nicaragua, and Jack Allen deter
mined to join him. Hu chartered tho
steamer Sultutia, and left the Portland
wharf -Mny 'Jl, 1650, wltn nearly two hun
dred men," for his expedition. Vow, alas I
were destined to return. Half of the num
ber reuched Grenada, where Allen was
appointed Colonel uf thu regiment. He
subsequently returned to Kentucky on tho
plea of ill-l'caUli. Hu believed tho cause
of Walker was lost ; and whilo here he ar
ranged with (ioieouria for another Cuban
oxpedition, embracing thu enlistment of
his own men in Nicaragua, us well m oth
ers who desired to leave Nicaragua, but
who were rctrainea therefrom lv lorco.
(ioieouria wai to send a vessel to tun Joan
del Nortu to bring away thu men. Gen
eral I.ockriugc, who wa suusiucntly tho
commander on San Juan river.
win in tho secrot. Allen returned to Nica
ragua; but a successful operation of tho
Costa liiciins, in ctipturlni: from Walker
tho steamships on Lako Nicaragua, dc-
itmicu i no Aiicu-iioicoiirm descent on
Cuba. Colonel Allen left Nicuragun in
October, 1850, and camo homo, lie lived
in quiet on his farm in Shelby county
from that timu until thu inau"uration of
thu late civil war, when liu espoused tho
cause of tho confederates. Ho wi.s tlie
leader of tho several hundred men, who
left Kentucky in September, .Mil. He
served in the confederate armv lor a short
time nud then retired, remaining south,
however, until hostilities ceased, Wutu ho
iipnln returned homo and resumed his ag
ricultural pursuit, lie went to Texas
some months since, but will) what particu
lar object wu nro not advised.
Ororjp. the barlier Intel v with Theolml I anil
Ksehh-ch, lias oieneil n Ni: lUiuim Hiiur, on
Coiiimercinl avenue, letnceii 7 nd isili streets,
lor tlie ai'coiiiinouiitioii oi i.nue an l gentioiien
ol tho tipier l'art ot tho eily. lie invlie-t till hi
old and new trieliils to visit his shop, and as
sures them ,iolite attention ami unciiualt d unric
ellher in huir culling, cutting, shaving orsh.un
I'oolne. ocVi in
Cor. Nlli-Mt. mill Coiuniercinl-nv.
Url'Clean Towels and
'Lniliea' and children' hair cut and sham
pooed, eKIicrut tho shop or at their own homes,
rcentleiiieii'r whiskers and hair dyed In h
e tltio m nner. Hatistaetlon guaranteed.
A meetlnc of tho supkhnlder of Hie Cairo mid
Ylneeiiiies railroad company will he held it tho
ofllco of tho coinnanv in Cairo. Illinois, on Hat-
urdar, Decemtier u, IMl, nt 10 o'elock, a.m., for
the purpose oi raiuying uio nuiinii oi ine nonru
Ul lllll'WIUIS, 41, II. IIAIIllUI'i
Secretary and Treasurer,
Culro, Noveinhor II, 1D71,
A choice lot of
Which are for sale low to close consignment.
Dniloin and others wanting surplleu should
apply soon. UALLIPAY liltoa,
ix rut tun
AT IIARCLATS' JJRUO HTOnit.
Far.au ,Ktrri.v, Daiiv.
MOCKING MUD FOOD,
ii. trinv tea car. wivvott vteviit
J K L M fl O L I) g
OKA l'K ( CATAwnA 1 r r op.ArE ) FILLS
i CATAWIIA iJ OftAl'K
GHAI'K Icatawiia ) i (orapk ) PILLS
Ati All nr
IT. KM I FROM VIIIST IIAhllS,
Aluays :i sto:k in large supply, and fur saUly
(llnrclny II r o o .
FRESH BliTJE XilCIC
just r. r. c k i v r.
r.Snlclj ; lam Kolile crf.hllcn
HSrKxTitA I-'i.ve Colooxk;
$3TGzsvisr. Imi-orted Extracts j
8"Hair, Tootii and Nail Brushes
SfiyikuiA Kuiiiikr Nursery Goo."
TURK WHITE lead;
l'UUK FltENCH ZINC.
Hest grades in large stotk and va
riety, very cheap i
Full Link or Colors,
ccv nil is oil;
a I'alnt llrutbe,. Linseed Oil,
VArnshsi Lie, etc.,
all unlit a.r srM'Aan driitvirs
R. SMYTH & CO.,
CAIUO. I I. I.I K O I U .
A'so, keep constantly on hand a must com
plete nock of
HC'OTCH AND IKIMI WUlSKIkb
- i I N H.
?ort, JIadcria, Shorry and Catnwbu Wines
R8JIVTH A CO. feTTeiclusively for cash, to
. nhleh fact ther invite the especial atl-n-tiou
uf close liarain buyers.
Special attention yisen to Filling Orders
MUS. M. SWAXDKH,
DEALER IIS MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
CoiiimerclHl Avenue, e :tlle i:illo
mm iinyiiiorn si
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Iteady-Jl.ide,
Hai received a full and complete stm'k of gool,
the newest and completes! in the elly. An Im
mense rnnty ol
1U1.I50NS, LACES AND FRINGES
she otters, great Induce mat, ti her patrons and
all clhers toeall nn her.eiaiiiln? the prices, styles
nud quality of her goods.
MRS. ANNA LAN(i,
EiailTH-T., rtKT. WA8IIINQT0N AND COM"
M BRCI ALAVBNUXH,
Is now i ouelvlng a beaatilul assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hula and Hhapee of the latest style
Itlbberai, fltwers anil Feather.
Mia. Luig will also ehow customers tho target
Tube founlln the city.
BLKACItlNa AND PHFB81NU DONE TO
MOOHE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decarallv rotrhaiiirtltiK, KaUouilu.
highest ttyle of'tFie art, ami n
i that defy competition.
SHOP in perry house, corner or 8th
HTRKET AND CJIMEROIAL AVENUE.
W. II. M0RRI.,
II. It, CANUKK
No. Pub. and I'. H. Ccna.
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
CO I DENT, LIFE,
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
11 ARTKORI), CONN,
Asset. 2,MI,liiO 7
Assets.. 1.7M.14S 8 J
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Aseeta 7W,9J7 O
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets WO.tVin o
TRAVELER H, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets. l,Vfl,0U) (A
RAILWAY I'AhhENOERS A.-CHANCK
SAFl'ORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Olilo I.evce,
City National llank. CAIHO. ILU
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, X. Y.,
OERMANIA, X. Y.,
HANOVER, X. ,
REI'UllLlC, X. Y.,
CtmprisinK the Underwriters' Ajeney.
YONKERS, X. Y.,
Assets S78.1M II
Assets 4U,VJJ SS
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. F.,
As.etn OTo.WJ Oil
SECURITY, X. Y'. MARIXE,
As lets ;,432,si!l 00
STORK, Duellings, rurniture, Hulls and Car
noes, insured at rates as favoiablo ns sound,
permanent security will warrant.
1 respectfully ask ot the cltlten of Cairo a
hare ol their patronage.
v. x. iiruiir.
Offlee-al First National
For Sulc at Wholesale or Rebil.
COK.NLIl HL'D-iTitr.Kr ASH OHIO LKVKK,
J. I'. UAMlILt'..
I. & E. GREEfsTVALD.
Flour und (Jnsl Mills,
The "Tupper' I'nlenl (irat fc-r
Ut) UNKlYjFOR OENERAI. rUltfOhEr,
CINCINNATI Oil 10.
R. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITUKE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS'.
GL ASSWAR K,
185 & 187 Commcrtual Avenao
BULLETIN BUILDING, YASHINGTON-A'.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply ctiitomer wllh thu best
PITTSBUBG AND ILLINOIS
OKtlKIH left nt Hallldny llro. otlioe, 70 OHIO
'LLh, or at the Coal Yrd below the Mt.
OU.VSVil?1'1 wl" receive prompt attention,
THETL'0''MONTAlIK,rv.llli.rine coal along
shin steamera at any hour. octf
l'K ACTICA h WATCHMAKER.
NO. 1 60 WASHINGTON A'ENUE
Has on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
is. run civr.
I'.L. HUVETT, k SON,
Importers, Manufauturers and Jobbers of
M USICAL MERCHANDISE
Rrass and German HIlTCr
13 A N I) INSTR UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Third Street,
O It Y J O O I H.
C. HAN NY.
S T R I P E H,
KENTUCKY J F.AXtf, EXrtti,
OROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
O I L CLOTHS,
Hi Ksillrt-Slork o Clo-slsii; Oiil
VERY LOW FIGURES.
'CORNER 8 r It hi'., AND COM M ERCI A I.-AV.,
uW ihese only, and save time, heallli ami
mi'U'7 fl,1"! reiiurd lor any ciiseof disease, In
.aiiytse which they mil to cure,
DR. KICHAU S DOLDEN 1IALSA.M,
.'Nos. I iiitil are .he greatest alteratives known
'1)11. KrCllAl"rtliOLHKN IM.lXIlt D'AMOUIt
lis tlie fluu.'sl tnnio and astringent it the rne t
;illt .KU'UAI 'rf liOLI'KN A.NTllHJTK
1. !. rA1.3.l.. .I,lirlni
(These remedies are nut advertised to cure a)
r tn plaints, ami ticncfH none ; but are gnaiunteed
. ... .lu. I ,. .fiilu.al anil soeeilil Oil I e in all case a for
w'liieti tliey are teeoinni-niliil, wheu all ether
treatment lias uueu, leu oi iiiousnns yearly
recover by llieir use, n no niivu ios, uu nuie, aim
been prnnouiii'ed a lucuiabln by the best of our
DR. RIOHAU'S GOLDEN RALSAM
No. 1. .Mire ulcers, ulcerated sore threat a'ld
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. H. SCIIENCK, 31. D.
tJ7-TIin CAUSE AND CUTtE OF" CON
(SUMPTION. Tho primary caaso of Consump
tion Is derangement of tlicillgcsllvaorsans. This
ilran Rtment prewlnccs deficient nutrition and as
lmllitlon. Uy assimilation, I mean that process
hy which the nutriment ol tin fooj I convertol
IntoMnod, and thence Into tho solUNnf Ilia bcsly.
Persons wltlidlfCJlloii thus Impaired, liailnj tlm
elishtest prt'lispoltlon to pulmonary disease, or
If they take cold, III be very liablo to havo Con
snraptlon of the Lnns In snmo of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will bo impoltilo to enra any casu
cf Consumption without flrt rclorln' a sood
illRCstlou and healthy assimilation, The very first
thin? to bo done Is to clcanso tho stomach and
bowels from all diseased mucus And sllmc which
aro eloj'le'i theso orjans so that tliey cannot per.
form their functions, cr.J then rouse up and re
store the liver to a hoalihy action. For this pur
poc, tho rnrejt and best remedy Is Schcnck's
Msndnke Pills. These Pills dean tho rtomicli
and bowels of all tho dead and morbid ellrno that
Is cans In; disease and decay In tho whole system.
They will clear ont tho liver of all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, and arouse It up to a
nevr and kraltby actios, by wklch natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
Tlie stomach, bowels, and liver aro thus cleansed
by the use of Bcbenck's Mandrake Pills ; but thcra
rsmalas la the stomach an excess of acid, tho or
gan Is torpid and the appetite poor. In the b.iv
els, tke lacteals are weak, and icqulrin; ttrca;;!i
and support. It Is In a condition like this that
Schsnck's Seaweed Tonic proves to be tho moH
valaabla remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its use will neutralise all excess of acid, mak
In; tho stomach sweet and fresh; It will clvo
permanent tone to this Important orjin, and cre
ate a Rood, hearty appetite, and prepare tho s
tcm fir tho first process nf a joml digestion, nn4
cltimatcly make good, healthy, l.vln blood. .f
ter this prejiaratory treatment, what remains tc
cure most cases of Consumption Is tho free and
pcNCverln; use of Schencli's 1'ulmoLls fcyn.p.
The Tulmonlc Syrup nourishes the system, puri
fies the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into I'm
circulation, anil thence distributed to tho dli cased
luns. There it ripens sll morbid matters, wheth
er la the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all the diseased matter In
the form of free expectoration, when onca It ri
pens. It Is then, by the. groat hcalln; and purlo
in; properties of Schenck'a Pulmonic Sjrurs
that all ulcers and cavities are healed up sound,
tad say paltint Is cured.
Th. essential tUln( to bo done In curlnj; Co:
i . t,
uattor cannot ripen, so lone as tbu system Is be
low nar. What is necessary to cure la n new or?'
dsr of things, a good appetite, a food nutrition.
tko b.dy to grow In flesh aid get fat: then Na
ture Is helped, tho cavities will heal, the matter
will ripen and be thrown off in large quantities,
aad the person retrain health uni strength. This
Is the true and ouij plan to euro Consumptlcu.
and If a person Is very bad. If the lungs aro not
entlraly destroyed, or even If one inns Is entirely
gone, if thera Is enough vitality lei' in the other
tu heal up. there Is hope.
1 have see many persons enred, with only ono
oaud lanr, live and enjoy life to a good old age.
This Is what Schcnck's Medicines will du to euro
Consumptloi. They will clean ont the stomach,
aweetcn ami strengthen It, get up a good diges
tion, and glv Natum the assistance she needs to
dear the system of all the ls ca.o that Is lu ttio
lungs, whatever the form may be.
It Is Important that, while using Behenck't
Medicines, tare should be exercised not to tak
cold; keep ln-doora In cool and damp weather;
avoid night-air, and take out-detr exercise onli
In a genial anal warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that when 1 re
commend a patient to be careful In regard to tak
lug cold while using my medicines, I do so lorn
special reason. A man ho has but partially re.
euvcrcd from tho effects of a bad cold Is fir nions
ihilil.i tn a rvlansii than one who has been entirely
cured, and It Is precisely tho same In regard to
Consumption, so long as the lungs nro uot per
fectly healed, Just so long Is there Imminent i
full return of tho dlfease, Ilenco:
llilTC llliniuiciu uan
illrcin'. Hence It Is
that I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
themselves to an ulinoihen
that Is not guulal and pleasant. Confltmid Con
sumptives' Tuugi nro n mats of sores, which the
least cliango ot mmnspnero win iniiamc. inn
grand secret of my success with my medicines
consists In my ability to subduo Inflammation In
stead of provoking It, as many of thclaciillydo.
An lull lined lung cannot with lafcty to the pa
tient hu exposed tn tho biting blasts uf winter n
tho clifllln winds of spring or autumn, It
should ho e.irrfiilly shielded fiom nil Irritating In
Alienees. 'I'io iitmu.t caiiliiin thnulil le tibreivtit
In this particular, s without Itnrmo luuier al
most any circumstances Is nn Impossibility
Tho person should bo kept inn HhcilcfOinuniiit
nutritious diet, and all thu nutllclucs ronllnsct
until tho body has restored to it tho natural
quantity of flesh, and strength,
I was myself cured by this treatment of tho
worst kind of Consumption, and have Hied to
get fit and hearty theso irany sears, with omi
lung mostly gone. I hava cured thousands since,
and very many hare been curvdbythlstrtntincut
whom I Invo never seen.
About the 1st of October, I expect to take pos.
session of my new building at the northeu.t cor
ner of Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shnll bj
pleased to glvo advice to all who may reqnlro it
Full directions accompany all my remedies, su
that a person lu any pari of the world can bu read
II' cured by a strict observance nl tho same,
1 ' J. II. bCUCNCK, M.D.,
UURLBUT &, EDS ALL
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