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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
WINEA ANI MCltOIU.
"f." m""stouk"flkt if,
sccrMaoa rami i atociniTH
Krcliryrr Md WboUule Dealer
forrlarn and UomMlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
Hl?,'.?P,on hnd enUnily full stock o
Old Kentucky llottrfann. nv. WiMiAn..
hel Whiskies, French llrandfes, Holland (lln,
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Importer nud Wholesale Dealer la
TOBACCO & cigka-irs.
Agent fur the beat branda of
CItEAM AND STOCK ALE,
(aporlcd Aim of Different Kind.:
75 Ohio Levee,
U CAIItO, ILLI.NOW.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
01 Hartford, Con.
Equal to tho Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
'HE .A. tt T 0 tt ID'j
"".Tested by Ihe storms of Sixty.one years
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Pays from rierlwplus oj
Her Leases Ljr the
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
"Leafing her magnificent capita ol
Untouched and quarter ot a Million Surplus to
GET HARTFORD POLICIES.
Saflbrd, Morris & Candeo agents,
I, Cairo, Illinois.
FA I XT, OILH.eio
i, r. riiiu,
i. r, iiaki
1 PARKER k BLAKE,
WALL PAPEJt, PAINTS,
Putty, Beaalne, Gasoline,
Arid the celebrated illuminating
BROSS BUILDING, COR. HtH-ST. & COMMERCIAL-AY,,
en m u
a oq ta
MITT 171 "I") TT r T TirilTXT
XXXJ Jj U XjJjJIjxXJLi
WILKES BOOTH AGAIN.
THE STOHY OF HAVING REEN
RECENTLY SEEN ALIVE
A FORT WAYNE JOURNAL ANXI
OUS FOR A SENSATION.
From the Foil Wiijno Sentinel, Nor. 19:
Ii Wilkes llooth nlironr dead?
Doeithu murderer of Ahrulinm Lincoln
walk tlio world unpunished or wul liu shot
by Iloiton Corbett in the bla.lng bum of
n .Miirvianu larmcr ,'
Until vustorduv wo believed thut tlio fo
Ion vthoio crimu will stand in bus-relief
through tlio centuries, had been rewnrded
with liii jtut desert.
To-day wo nru in doubt, owing to tlio
assertion of u Clilcauo uctor u centlemuii
well-known In tils profession, and whose
word Is in good in ill' boriu.
-Meeting our reporter cnrlv veiterduv
evening, tic said :
Actor You reiicaunt tbu local depart
ment of The Sentinrl, I understand ?
Jtcportor ic nr.
Actor Then tell your reader that J.
Wilkes llooth, tho murderer of Abraham
Lincoln. naiied through thit citv lo-dav.
1 aaw him himself. I cannot bu mlitake'n
ai to his identity. I knew him intimately
fur a number of vcurc. I lmvo supported
him behind the tootliuhlf, und I nm rt ill-
ing to inako my utliduvit that ho win on
board tho '.'.25 eastern bound train, on tho
Pittsburgh Fort Wayne and Chlcngo rull
road tliM afternoon. I va standing on
tho platform, waiting for a friend, wlien
suddenly my attention was attracted by n
pair of eye looking intently at me through
the car window. The sight riveted mo to
tho spot, for I immediately rccognired in
th person before me the assassin of a
Itcportcr Uid he bow or speak to you?
Actor No: but I aaw bv his expression
that he remembered me. 1 was toostartlcd
at llrst to do anything but stand and staro
at him, and when I recovered myself the
train was moving rapidly otf.
Reporter Peril a pn It was some one who
bore a striking resemblance to tho cri
minal. Actor No: not on) v was tho face tho
same, but the singular looking diamond
pin in his shirt front, designed by him
self, was the same ns that always worn by
tbo felon. You will recollect, perhaps, of
reading about it at tho tlmo when the pa
pers were filled with minute descriptions
of his dress and person.
iteporter was tnero any change ob
servable in hit appearance ?
Actor Yes ; his rcmarkablr black hair
and mouitacho were dashed with gray,
and his complexion, once so white and
ameotii, was tanned and marked with lines
of care. l!ut the eves were tho eamc
wonderfully deep anil lustrous, and tho re
markably hnndiome mouth had lot nono
of its graceful curve.
Reporter llnvu vou notified the au
Actor Not yet : but I will inko steps to
havo tho villain brought to justice.
in viow ot tins conversation, and ol
many other circumstances that havo trans
pired aince tho tcrriblo night of the trag
edy in a Wellington thuntor, wo would
again atk : Is ,1. Wilkes llooth nlivo or
dead ? and was ho in Fort Wavne vestcr
dav ? "
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALL-
TUB TWKNTY-blXTH OF DKCKMHKK FIXKD
AH TUB DAY O.V WHICH TUB DKAWIMO
will comb orr.
Determined to dispose of nil tho tickets
in his lottery sale,Mr. F. Vincent has con
cluded to postpone the drawing until tho
2Cth of December. Ho Is now giving tho
matter his dovoted attention, and is meet
ing with tho moft gratifying success on
Thnro aro six prizes, tho principal
prize, ns is well-known, being a. splendid
residence, that was erected at a cost of $10,-
000. Tho remaining flvo prize aro as
Lot 3 1, block i, 3d addition to tho cltv
of Cairo, valued at $500.
JiOt 3'' block i: 3d addition to tlio citv
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition tho citv ol
Cairo, valued ot $300.
J.ot 83, block 4,3d addition to tlio city ol
Cairo, valued at $300.
iiOt 17, block 40, in tlio city or Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. octCdtf
PR ACTICA L WATCHMAKER.
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Ha on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
'CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The InrKeet mock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
ix Tiia citv.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Tho "Tnpper" Patent fliat lur
MAOIIIKERY'rOK OF.KKItAL I'Ultl'OSK.,
Mny bo found nt Heed 4 Jluim's from this for
ward. Any work in the
BLACKSMITH ING LINK
will receive prompt attention,
and a general hlackamithing business carried on,
Ulte him a trial, -uovl8tr.
C'Aiao, In a
ix rut atiii
AT IIAllCLAYS' PJIUO STORK.
Faran fii'mr, Dailv.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ill beady rea via withovt ttovaia
' At Uakci.ay.s.
J K L M II O L II g
GRAPE f catawiia
) roKArr. ) PIJ
.vr. J PILLS
AXD All or
VREIill FROM FIRST IIAMlH,
Alwuyr In .lock In large supply, and fur eU I y
PEE8H BXjtTE IjICIC
J OUT RECEIVKIl
orKnleby the ClntH Uollle arlallaa
HaiTKxTRA Fi.vr. Coloo.nk;
JrGE.vui.vE Imported Extract! j
Uaj-IUiK, Tooth ami Nail Hel'suku
SfiyiNDiA RunnER Nursery Goo.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heat gradea In large stock and Ta
rlety, lery cheap;
Full LtNE of Colors,
At I OIL;
l'alnt Ilruthea, I.is.ecd Oil,
Whitewaih P Terpentine,
Varaiahci Ete. etc.,
all KiwDa awn TAmAiD oL'Atiriaa
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
WM. KNABE k CO.,
ORAKD, SQUARE AND UI'ItlQIIT
These Instruments have been before the nubllo
for nearly thirtv veara. And unnn Ih.lr Tfel1jnn
alone attained an npurehatl prttmintvet, which
jiiuuuuuvcs inriii uneiuuieu in
r All our S'piart anoi have our new New Jm
proed 0eiatriing Male and the Agraffe Treble
Bar tte would tall apecial attention to our late
Patented Improvements In Granu PiANoa and
pQCABEtjRAsia, found In no other Piano, which
brings the Piano nearer perfecllon than ha yet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
Illuatrated dialogue nnd Price I.ista promptly
furnished on application to
WM. It . a hi: A CO.,
Or any of our regular established agencies,
SI INt'KM, A N'KO Vfi.
HIDES! FURS I! PELTS! !!
D3 "U" 33, IT E T T &CO.
Hae opened a Hide Store InThoruton'a Illuck
Tenth street, where the h'ghet cah price will
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Pells, Fur and Tab
low, wewill pay higher prices than was ever bo-
foropald for tho same art ties in this city.
Come and see us,
ocKtf 1IURNETT 4 CO'
The undersigned, proprietors ot the Daili and
Wrmi.Y Ili'LitTix, have Jusi received an assort
mentm tho latest alylrs of Job Printing tyres,
nud havo now one of the moat complete loXcfnrei
in tho Bouth and West. They tlniter themaelrea
that they poaaea facilities for turning out
promptly, m the beat atylo ol the Art, all work
entrusted to them, from ihe smnlleat card or
Inlu-I to the mammoth pouter, and al pneva
which leave with mir business men no good ex.
u ta for sending their wnik to Bt. Louis, Ciln
Chicago. JNO. II , OlIKHl.Y A I'C
Fresh Scguln niackorolon ban 1 .it Jor-genscn's.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1871.
YiV levy Tea,
HIDES AND FURS,
HOOI FKATIIKItN, KT
, 73 OHIO LEVEE.
P.L. IIUYETT, k SON,
Importers, Manufacturer and Jotbera of
BrnN nnd Uermnn Nller
BAND INSTH UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Tiiinw Strket,
ocladJin. . KT. I.UUI8, MO,
H. T. OEROULI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
O. Kilter's and number's material, Wood
pumps, Klobo nnd nnit'iu ralv, alop
co'kj, check valvea.etc.
At aocxt roa
Tufla Brother) Patent Bry la .Meter
And Morehouse, Well A Co' Automatic Wntet
Indicator and supply Vahe for .team toilers.
WINTER'S 1ILOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUl
Principal Office 101 W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE IX
THE COUNTRY I
Ii. X). SIILTE'S
To be drawn Monday. January I, lT'-
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
Two Grand Capital Prlie
910OOP IX AJIi:ilICA. SIL.VKK I
Fire prlies of 1,(; 'len Prize 5,00; each
One span of Matched Horse, with Family
Carriage and Hilver mounted ilarness
..wortn -,i .Vjo
rive Horses A llugitie., with tSilver-mount-
ed Ilarnea, worili... txi
Five Fine-toned Ilustuooil Piano, worth,
23 Kfirnlli' hwinu Aleol.in.M- ..mj,, m.
ZXIU liolll MtKlHliv.r T.fcVbP Ifnntlnu L'd,nl.
e (In all), worth, each, from fwtoaoo
Ladies' Gold Leontlne Chains, Gent' Gold Vet
Chain, Solid and Double-Plated Silver Table
and Teaspoona, Photograph Aloum, Jerelry,etc.
Whole number glfta, .w). Ticket limited to
Agents wanted to sell Tickets to whon -bera;
premiums will be paid,
biojle tickets 12; mi ticket tlo; twelve ticke'a
J2o; twentr-rive HO
Circulars containing n full list of fiiltea, n de
scriplion of the mannei of drawing, nnd other In
formation In reference to tho distribution, will be
sent to any one ordering them, Alll letter must
be addres.d to I,. II. SINK, llox 60,
orrict, Cincinnati, O.
101 weat 6th t. nov.Xda&w
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commercial-aw, Foot of Elovcnth-st.
All t'jul carefully neighed at Ihe J'tnl on Fair
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coal ddiwrtd on liie kliorlent notice in nn
part ot the c I , y , either by tliu half ton, ton or car
Leave order at the office on Cummercial-av. at
th foot of Eleventh street. novlCd-bm.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER H BROTHER
Ilao reopened the
popiiLAit mi'.at .iiai:ui:t,
ijelwren -Mnlli anrl Tcntli HI reel,
and will keep constantly on hand tne best meat
ilaughtereil in theCilru mirket, Tlio) ilelj coin.
petition. Give them a tllal. eepmn
santclter antl Ilenlcr In ull Itlmlx Fmli
Coaxea .Sivctskntii axi Poixau Kriitn.
DDYU and Hlaiightera only the ery te.t cattle,
Jj hogs and sheep, ami I prepured to fill any
diMiiBDil for fresh meat, from one pound to ten
thousnml pounds. .leiiuf
AND DIALKK IX
Kiqhth Street, Between Washinoton
and Commercial avenues,
Aslnlnrx Illlteiilionxc at lliinny'H.
Keep the beat of lleof, 1'oik, Mill oo, Vrul
Lamb, Sausage, etc., alidnie prepiiriil to serve
eitltena In tho most aeeeidalje iiiai.nei. iigitu
everywhere Inr the largest nn lit paper m the
world. Able writers, ull the news, and constant
Improvements, iiU Market Ittpoit. r-unday
ncneoi Lieputiment lesson every uet'K, ,u in
flexible adveate of Ilaptlst principles. O.V;
price ; only 9'J.au per veur. 1he n:o-t aatoniih.
lng premium and clubbing Hat cut ottered, or
liberal rash cmiimiasiona pnhl. H" fiieclnien
copy and particulars free to ull who will wrlto lu
LUTHKKA YKAMAN.Tas CfNtKALllAUKT. ST.
MAIL' HO ocl!lata
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE
CIVIL AND MKCHANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
llroxx' Bnlldliit;, corner Eleventh s,tr
nl Commerrlnl a ve,, Cairo, Illaj.
F?. AND SPECIFICATIONS for all branchei
of Civil Knglnecnng and Architecture, such
a Map (or Counties, I)islrtc( or Corporation,
MnA ,Cl!!ulstlon for Steam ant Water
I ower, for Indii.trlal Establishments, for Iron,
Hn?.rin .V,0'1"" Vr"1""; r,,r Churches, Cour
im!a i."""r '''!"! llullding, Business and
IHl",1"""' Cottage., etc. etc., lurniahed
enortt notice wt
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Hucceor to Parker ft Phl'.lla,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CLOSE k VINCENT.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Klghtli Ntrcet and Ohio I.evoo
G. I). AVILLIAMSON.
No. 76 Ohio Levee,
sHTSpecial attention given to consignment
and filling order.
S A M WILSON,
n r. a l r a i x
Ohio Levee : : : : ; Cairo, III
oanaaa prohptlt mi. id.
W. H . MORRIS,
II. It. CANDEE
No. Pub. and II. S. Corn.
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
Assela U.MV'Ot 97
NORTH AMERICA, TA.,
Aseels. ; 2,7M,(mO t
Asaets... ouioln t.
Assets.. 1,7(1,148 8f
INTERNATIONAL. N. Y..
Assets.. 1.3M.W8 17
Assets 706,917 OC
A. sets.. 615,03 8
Assets f,15,27 U
AMERICAN CENTRAL MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets 30,0, .'.UHI uc
TRAVELER'S, IIARTFORII, LIFE AND
Asset V'llin.oau Ot
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
Assets 630,SC.' CS
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEK,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Successor to E. II. Hsndricks; Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
yaii---a,Llhtrnl Atlvsnrex u t "poncsSSr
ajHa!. C'onslgnii-.enih, aSsV
Are preiareil to receive, atme ant oiwanl
freights to all points and buy an,
ell oo roiimiiasioa.
"lliialneaa attcudta to prompUi
BULLETIN BUILDING, tYASIIINGTON-AV.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger train arrive at and leave Cairo as fob
Aaaivx 3i:io n.m 3130 p.m.
DiraRT llil.lp.m Uiiap.m.
both trains conncet at Centralla with train on the
Pans, Decatur, Dlonmingtcn, r.l Pao, La Salle,
Mendota, Freeport.G.ileni, iMibuniio, and
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, vviscon.ln and
Iowa. And with
Line running East and West lor
St. Louis, Hpsjngheht, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imtannpolis, Columbii.
Ami at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
n5,t ,, JWston, Philadelphia,
Nlsgra. Fall, Erie, IlulUlo, '
.New iork, Pittsburg, lialtlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. Jt.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1H7I, train nil
ruu n iollnws i
TBAIXS OOIXO SOlTlirHT.
Leave irginin inPia.ni ViX p.m
" Hpnngtield .'J'J " 3:0U "
" Tajlorvllli! ti:5 ' 4:1 "
Arrive at Pana 11:10 m M7 "
Leave Tana .....4:U0a,m t.3Ao.m.
tayiorvuie 4:4 4:20
Arrive atSprlngfield...6;15 " n.txi
Leave An.inefield c:
Arriveaf Virginia .:25 "
TSAIXS OOI.XO SsnilCAST,
Leato Edgewood :30a.m
Flora 8:2J ' .,
Arrive at i-hawneetown3:.Vlp m
txaix oolxn xoBTiiwaar.
Leave ShawnectoHn .!:ll.m
" Flori 2:M " .......
Arrive at Eduewood 4:40 "
. o:IS p.m
Tiieo:JU n in. train Iroin hdgewood, run only
Mondays, Wadnevlayaand Fridays, and 5:1' n. in,
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdajs, Thurs
days and butunlaya.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago ami Alton Riilroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mnson City, nnd all uolnts west.
At Springfield, with Chicago nnd Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash nnd Western Railroad, tor
Hloomlngtcn, Chicago, nnd nil points north, north
neat nnd wesi.
Atrina with Ind. ami Si. Louis, nnd Illinois
Central Railroad lor all points vast, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoan, with steamboats for Cincln
ti, I'.tdiicuh, Cairo andSt. Loin.
ORLAND SMITH, Oen'ISup't.
Jniix Fo'iaiTT.fleii'l Fr'gtnnd Ticket Ab'I.
CO.UJII.HMI4I.N AND FOnWAIt DIN4J,
CHARLES M. HOWE k CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCHANTS.
No. G4 Ohio Lcvco,
II. M. IIULEN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERKY HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING o.v SEVENTH ST
OPPOSITE WINTER'S II1.0CK,
HE has greatly improved his stock, nnd has
uow on hand all kinds of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
o the Invest living figures, nnJ he invites the
putronawe of the public.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN .'ATi:.S, I'roiirlelor.
l00Ommercial.vonue, CAIItO, ILLINOIS
licet brand of California Cigars ut recehnl,
IJILLIARD siiliK.n furnihe, vith Ihe b Kt ol
and cigars of the finest brands.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 S XT tt .A. OTCXE
NIAQARA, N. Y.,
Asset ll.43ii.sHO y
QERMAN1A, N. Y.,
Asset l,tH,,21 ,8
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assela ..7lc,8C2 00
REPUIIL1C, N. Y
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKERS. N. Y.,
Asset M,m 1
firemen's fund, b. v.,
Assets 078,000 OH
SECURITY. N. Y. MARINE,
Assets. 1,4J2. W
STOKE, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goe, Insured al rates u favoiabla as aound,
permanent security will warrant. . ,, .
I repoctlully ask oi the cltisens of Cairo, a
share ol th.lr patrouace. w maullt
-Pert?er"liriu'lr '.' " TSlWoiU
No HIninlrmmL',.,'i?,!l.lu,! "n'1 Insthanteoos,
ful. 'Tho onlr Safe and Pi rfeeV r..""u ""U"-
H..I.I t. nil . L.. 'a-
HflDnv relief forvouna men from thn fT,. n
error and abuse In early life. Manhood re
stored. Nervon. ehlllty cured. Impediments
m i,,d,i,Ku ii'inoTca. ,rr rnemoa oi ireai.
meat. New nnd remarkable remedies. Books
nnd circular sent free, In .enlecl envelopes. Ad
''" HOWARD ASSOCIATION, A'U. 2 13onth
Moth St., Philadelphia., Pa. oclldAwlf
A victim of early indiscretion, causing nervous
debility, premaiuro deea), etc having tried in
v.tm every advertised remedy, ha discovered
simple mean of self--tire, which ho will send
free to hi fellow-silllerers. J. H. Reeves, No. 78
Nassau street. New York. aug2lwly
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. D.
rerTiin cause and cunn op con
sumption. Tim primary camo of Consump
tion Is derangement of thodlscstlvcorgans. This
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
Imitation, lty assimilation, 1 mean that process
by nhlcli the natrlmentol tho fo,I 1 converted
Into blood, nud llicnco lulu tho solid of tho body.
Persons with dh'csilon thus Impaired, havinj tho
slightest predisposition to pulmoniry disease, or
If they lako cold, will bo very liable to havo Con
sumption of tho Lungs In somo of Its forms; and
I hold that tt will bo Imposilhlo to euro any caso
of Consumption without llrst restoring a good
digestion and healthy nsdmllatlon. Tho very first
thing to bo Uono Is to cle.iiiso the stomach anj
bowels from nil diseased inucns and sllmo which
aro clogging theso organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouio up and re
store tho liver to a healthy actlou. Tor this pur
pose, tho enrcst and best remedy Is Schcnck's
JIandrako Pills. Thcso PilU clean tho stomach
and bowels of all tlio deni and morbid sllmo that
Is causing discaro and decay lu tho whole system.
They will clear out tho livrrof all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, and nroasn It up to a
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu I secreted.
i Tho stomach, bowels, and liver are thns cleansed
by the nso of Schenck's Mandrake Pill ; butthcrs
remains In tho stomach an excess of add, tho or
gan Is torpid and tho appetite poor. In tho bow
els, tho lacteal aro weak, and requiring strength
and support. It Is lu a condition Uko this that
Schonck's Seaweed Tonic proves to bo tho most
alaablo remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its uao w 111 neutralize all excess of acid, mak
ing tho stomach sweet and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tono to this Important organ, and crc
ata a good, hearty appetite, and prepare tho sys
tem for tho flrst process of a good digestion, an4
ultimately make good, hcilthy, living blood. Af
tcr this preparatory treatment, what remains t
cure most cases ot Consumption I t io frco and
persevering uso of Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrnp.
Tho Pulmonic Synip nourishes tho system, puri
fies tho blood, and Is readily absorbed Into tho
circulation, and thenco distributed to tho diseased
lungs. There It ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all tho diseased matter ta
tho form of frco expectoration, when onco It rl
pens. It Is then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrnp,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed tip sound,
and my patient Is cured.
Tho essential thing to bo dono In caring Con
sumption l to get up n good appetite and a good
digestion, so thut tho biuly will grow in flesh and
pFermnf. irn person ha illseaseii Inng, a cav
ity or abscc there, tho cavity cannot heal, tho
matter cannot ripen, so long a tho system Is be
low par. What Is necessary to enrols a new or
der or things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
tho bedy to grow In flesh and get fat; thcnNa
I are Is helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter
will ripen and ho thrown oft" in lairo quantities,
and tho person regain health nnd strength. Thli
Is the. truo and only plan to euro Consumption,
and If a person I very bad. If tho Jungs are not
entirely destroyed, or oven Ifono lung is entirely
cone. If there Is enough vitality leU in tho other
to heal np, there Is hope.
I havo seen many persons enred, with onlyona
sound lung, llvo and enjoy llfo to a good old sue.
This Is what Scheiick' Medicines w ill do to euro
Consumption. They vt 111 clean out tho stomach,
sweeten aud strengthen It. get up a good diges
tion, and glvo Nature tho assistance she needs to
clear tho system a nil tho disease that Is in tho
lunge, whatever tho form may be.
It .Is important .that, while using Schenck'a
Medicines, care should bo exercised not to take
cold; keep ln-doora in cool and damp weather;
nvold nlght-alr, and tako nut-dour excrciioouli
lu a genial ami warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that when I re
commend a patient to bo careful In rcgnnl to tak
ing cold w hllo using my medicines, f do so for
special reason. A limn who has but partially re
covered from tho itTects. of a bad cold Is fir mora
llablo to a rclapso than ouo who has been entirely
cured, and It la precisely tho saino In regard to
Consumption. So long ns tho lungs aro not per
fectly healed, Just so long ta thcro imminent din
ger of a full return of tlio (Urease. Hence It is
tint I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves tu an ntmosphcra
that Is not genial anil pleasant. Conflimwl Con
sumptives' lung are a mass of sore, which tha
least change i,f nlmospbero will inflame. Tbo
grand secret of my success with my medicines
consists In my ability to subduo Inflammation In
stead of provoking it, ns tunny of the laculty do.
All Inflamed lung cannot with safety to the pa
tient he exposed to tho biting blasts of winter ot
the chilling wind of spring or autumn. It
should bo carefully shielded from nil Irrllatliigla.
lluoncos. Tho utnio.t ciiillon should a observed
In this particular, as ulthunt itneuro nmlcral
most any clrcunislaiicea Is nn impossibility.
Tho person should bo kept t n n wholesomoand
nutritious diet, and all tho midlcliicH continued
until tho body ha lcstored lu It tho naiural
quantity of flesh, nud elreiigth.
I was myself cured by this treatment of the
worst kind ol Cunaumptluu, nud hao lived to
pet fit and hearty tin-so many sears, villi cna
lung mostly gono. I hao cured thousands since,
and very many havo been cured by (his treatment
whomlhivo never seen.
About tlio 1st of October, I expect to take pos.
session of my new building nt tho northtast cor
tier of Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall bo
pleased to glvo advlco to all who may require 1L
Full directions accompany al) my remedies,' s
that a person lu any part of the w urld can bo read
ily cured by a strict observance of tho tame,
J. II. SCIIENCK, M.D.,
HURL HUT & JSDSALLI
32 Lake-street, Chicago, Wholesale. Agents
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
EiailTH STREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AYENUES,
Has just received a full and splendid line ol
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Millinery and Fancy Gopds,
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