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JOHN H. OBBRLY & CO.
WIMEM AND MUUORa.
mvrasoa rouL i iTocirtnii
KeeUfftr and Wbolmtalo DraMr b
rrlra and nomwttc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Oruo Lkvkf,
WE.'.?l,,on.hn.' e'mUntlf a full stork o
t-T-i',V,:,.D,,uck.T Uotirbon. ltya and Mononga
hela Whiskies, rrench Hrandies, Holland HID,
Khlmaad California Wines. in3otf
WM. II. SCHUTTKIt,
Import sir ami WhoItaaU Dealer In
TOBACCO &c CIC3-A.US.
Agent fur Ilia best brand of
CUE AM AND STOCK ALK,
Imported Air of DIITereat Hind.;
75 Ohio Levee,
It CA1KO. ll.LI.SO
FIRE INSURANCE CO..
Ol Hartford, Con.
Equal to tho Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
.Tested by the aLorma of Hixty-oae years
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Fay a f ram. oerliurplua o
llr Losses Ly tho
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
LeTin her mtunlflcent capttil ol
Untouched and Quarter ol a Million Surplm, to
GET HARTFORD POLICIES.
Saflbrtl, Morris A: Candee agents,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every descrlpllun,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
doors, sa8i1, bunds.
Furnished on shortest notice.
CommeroiaUav, bet. 10th and llth-ate.,
x xi rj u JjJUJliXXJM .
A THANKSGIVING STORY.
IIV ItUTII RANSOM.
On ii bleuk October niht, n young girl
ml in lliu low kitchen ofiui old farm uottso,
working, with n weury fact-, ovi.t n great
plloofioineliiningfiihrir tlmtluv, nsnow
ilrlft, in her Iwp.
Directly iijiiioMlf. with her thin handa
folded over an old hook, and tier eyes
dimmed with tomothlng Hint verily look
ed llko tears sat un old ludy, thu grand
mother, and only cnmmrioti 'that the slen
der, weary-faced girl had un earth.
"Hark, Clarieu I' aunt thu old ludv ;
"there in a tntiiiil of some one coming: down
from tho hill.
Tho young head, with Its crown ofmasi
ivo braids, wu-bnl,for a moment, nnd to
lUcir carms tho shVp, clear ring of Iron
shed feet upon t he linrd road.
"Yes. I hear ; but he who ridr U i,.,.
thing to us.
lie may bring n some) euro! mutter
ed thu grandmother.
"Ilo U moro likaly to rido pasn, and not
even look tliU way,' rejoined the girl.
So, with an odd nolle wreathing her
llpi, tho maiden bent over her cowing, and
went on adding ttitch after Hitch to the
beautiful profimon of ro5 bud, lillion and
leaver, that already lay thieklv icattercd
over thu Miowy fa'.rie.
Nearer cime tho liore and rider, and at
Clarieu lilted her head and directed her
eye toward tho window, tho click of the
guto latch sanded on her ear, and n briik
Hep croiced tho lawn. Hefore he could
riie. a alrangcr (tood in thu room.
Hlio lifted her eyci to hU face, with a
quiet, iuctionlng glance, and he nruwercd
'I am lUlph Dane, arid my aunt,
Mrj. KINwurtli, ent me for omu work
"Oh ye ! It it not completed; but if
you could wait a little, 1 am turn I could
obligohcr. It will not taku mo long.'
It did not room a difficult task, lor he
tat down in tho chair the protTcrcd him.
Vhllo ho waited, hit eyes wandered
about this odd little home, aiid from one to
another of the odd occupant. Ho chatted
a little, to draw his ttrange occupants out.
but the only timo the younger ono raited
her head, or clearly Hddrcsjcd him, was
when she folded up tho work and gave it
to him finished.
"My aunt bade mo irivo vou this. " ln
aaid, taking an envelope from hit pocket
and placing it in her hands. Then, un
there was nothing moro to nj, ho bowed,
walked out, mounted, his horse, and tbe
hoofs clattered back over the frozen road.
'Here grandma here is a little to help
you aloni:. It will carrvvou nasi Thanks-
" w no was the gentleman, Clarice J
1 Ralph Dane, who came from Kurotio
last week. Mrs. Kilt worth told mo Un
expected him. '
V O ft
There was a irlowinir llro in tho irrato of
that grand old r.oom, and Itilpli Dane, as ho
came in. cuntra'ted tlio teenu with tho
clieerlet! room in that old farm house.
" I brought tho work, aunt,'1 said he, tos
sing tho bundle toward a sweet-fared, mid-dle-auvii
woman, "mid I paid llio worker.
Sin U a g'orious littlo woman ! "Who is
" Why did mamma send you to her '.'
Why, it U Clarice 0born ?"
And Mr. Kllsworlhs pretty tten-
daughtcr Mint a idiarp glancu at her quiet
"Sliulid send me, Alicia, and what of
it ? Who is Clarice Oiboin ? '
'"Wbv, a seamstrces, with u bad hiitorv.
whom mamma will persist in patroniz
ing." And Mus Alicia threw n shocked ex
pression into tho usual serenity of her
""Well, what has the girl done?"
" Nothing, dear boy ;" said his nunt'
" Nothing I Ruliiti. she married n tennc-
grace; who ran oil' and left her in just a
week from their wedding day, and never
came back," raid Alicia.
"And ho thus wrecked as truo a woman
as ever llvedl It was her mlslortuno
yet these narrow-minded gofsins (I am
hot trying to vex you, Aliei a look upon
her as u great tinner."
" ho did siio marry r
" A vounir Kuirlwh toruUt. nntiied Urad-
Knlph Dano uttered a loud exclamation
of turprisc, and was out oi tho rwm in a
in hour later there was again llii'sound
ofsteelclud footing ringing on thu frosty
air, and through thu darkness, pale, weary
Clarico Oibom saw n form advancing and
again that handsome youngstranger i-tood
In the liumblu kitchen.
" 1 came," he said, in breathless haste,
to bring a message to Clarico llradford."
She caught her breath, and wildly put
back tlio drooping hair Iroin a white, wan
'Krom whero ?" sho cried.
"I-'rom tho dentil of a repentant man.
I've searched America half over for you."
"Ho knew whero I was," she said, re
proachfully. "Ho diod beforo ho had timo to tell mo
aught but that ho had tinned and repent
" 'In tho nauio of Ood, he raid, "carry
this to her."
" 'To whom, und where r I atked.
" 'To Clarieu and ho was dead. Tlio
address reads onlv Clarico llradford
Slio sat still und whito In thu uuthcriui;
shadows, holding tho littlo package lie had
brought, and saying 6oftly, likooiio retcucd
irom i awiui ueiuu ;
"Thank Ood I Thank Ood I"
And ho who had brought tho tldlriL-s
stolo softly nway without a word.
Thunkigivlng was closo at hand, and
Mrs Ellsworth, who had remained this
year at tho country houso to receivo her
nennow ana iieir, was going to give a oaii,
it would bo a grand atl'air. Extra cooks
wero hired. Gieat hampers cutno down
irom tho city. Drcssmukcrs wero busy,
and heads confused, and hearts wild with
Even Clarico and gtamlmu heard n..
about it, and chatted over It In u livelier
strain than thoy had chatted for many and
many a day j and at last, when n carriage
brought Mrs. Ellsworth, there was quite u
commotion In tho humble home.
"You will not como, Clarice?" said the
Soeing her boforo tho smouldering fire,
dreaming her thoughts away, grandma
went olVto her chamber, und Clarico was
Thanksgiving Night I Thanksgiving
Night! Ah, how full of light, of music, of
poetry, of beauty, tlio world is to-night.
And pcor Clorice, so much of truth and
lovo denied her, latovcr tho ashes of her
wasted ycaro, and wondered If anvthlng
good would over cono.
Harkl Thcro w it rlnglngmusic on
tho road lar away over the hills, and it
came nearer, nearer, nearer, and pausod,
at last, beforo her gate.
Sho did not lift her head or moro n An
ger until that well known voice called :
Then tho lifted her radiant eyes to bis
"I could not rest," he said. "Yourpalo,
ssd face shono out from every corner, and
I heard your voice in every slinln of mu
sic. Am I welcome?"
She held out her hand, and ho clasped
t, Htid tut down beside her. still holdine
fust to it. ' b
Sho turned toward him a fnco so trant
llgurcd with joy that hardly know it ; and
then tho crept up to his shoulder, liko a
weary, frightened bird, and her thanks
giving went heavenward I
"I cannot,'1 sho answered through a
mist of grcatful tours ; for all theto weary
months I'vo been so erutlied and broken
thalTcotild nornowWMfihuaa aiwwn.
faces. No, no ! it It enough that I am free.'
Oruhdmu and I wilt fin.l il,.,L. i..
ho llianksgivlng-day dawned, and thoo
two lonely women spent tho long day after
their own quiet fashion. Hut thecvening
brought up to the young eyes of Clarico a
vision of that brilliant iceno in Mrs. Ells
worth's grand rooms, and sho could noUhut
out the littlo heart-ticknets that would
come, In spite of nil.
It was hard foi a life so full of strength
to bo shut out from tho voting, bright
A MAX 1 AC MRDERER.
M A T It I C 1 1) K A N D S U I C 1 1) K AT M K It
A CRAZY. LOVE-SICK SON KILL
ING HIS MOTH Kit.
MrniDKs-, Conn , Nov. lil.1871.
Tliis afternoon, at about half-past threo
O rhrt'k. II rilmrir np..vntl...l It. t..-;.t..n
--. J....HI.VU ... ...v. iuuii tun.
a yuiing man named Vctts had murdered
un inoiiier arm men committed suicide.
AS VcttS WHS knritv nft n mil... trtnfTV.,.. U...
young fellow, who it was supposed, would
not harm any one, tlm rumor was generally
discredited. At six o'clock this evening
dene of the facts, and went directly to tho
vu.-, niiivu u auuaicu auouia mno ana a
half from West Meridcn, and just above
tho next houso to that of the man Whit
taker, who was brutally assaulted and
nearly murdered about three weeks ago.
J'rom tho evidence hastily accumulated
from tlio family und neighbors it was
found that young Vetts had really.
MtT.DKRKD HIS AGED MOTHER AVD COM
Some twrl vnnrc n..n It nnn.... Ii.
been attacked by "mump'," which sub-
ncuvuii; sirucK uownwarus. it was
deemed npcfat.,ri- tltnt lin.t.nuM .
.... ...... ..uc,. v.. . auui.iH lJ
ii lainful operation, and ho refused. Ho
uiu puiuuicnuy uenur to attend to bis
S Of tttlltllirif- Tnllb i.nrl n-I.Uln
I ..-. ....u ..j ...... in .
week ngo thin; went on pinoothly. when
juun eiu, wnoisn uerinun, wus con
llMi'if In IiIm Iw.I ,.t,,1 ft
' .... a i, u iia llll.ll iUUUU I
necessary to have watchers Rationed by
his bedside. On Thursday night last ho
was delirious nnd became very furious in
his menaces. Ho was engaged to bo mar
ried to a young lady named Maschmevcr,
at Thanksgiving, to whom he was greatly
attached, and she, it is stated, was devoted
to bun. As far as can be learned his mo
ther, whether from her son's well known
debility or otherwise
WAS OITOTED TO THE MARRIAOE,
and this, apparently, provided the sequel.
This afternoon young Vetts' sister, Uettie,
hearing a noise, wentinto hi bedroom, and
was horror stricken to behold him lving,
bleeding on thu floor; and his mother'who
wr.s partially concealed by a heap of bed
clothes, was screaming out, "Father I fa
ther I" Her father, who was just uncoup
ling hit team at tho time, rushed into tho
house, but only In timo to ilnd his wife
dying and his sou quite dead. Dr. Gay
lord was sent for and promptly attended.
Ho found the woman still broathing, but
unabio to articulate, and sho died within a
few minutes after his arrival.
AN UOI.Y CASH UrON HER THROAT
and ono upon her son's told tho wholo
siory. Marks of blood upon the walls and
upon thu kitchen door leading to tho bed
room spoko of n fearful strngglo between
the mother and her maniac son.
Tlio bodies now lie sldo by side, just as
thoy wero found by Dr. Oaylord and by
Deputy Shot iff George Roge'rs. Chief of
Police Ilcach and his olllccrs wore soon on
the spot. Dr. Newport, who had been at
tending Vetts, was also present. An in
quest l now being held. Simeon Vetts,
the father of tho murderer and husband of
tlio murdered woman, is in great agonyof
mind, and gives vent to galef which it is
fearlnl to witness. Thu instrument by
which the murder wus committed Uncom
mon butcher's knife.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALi,.
THE TWENTY-SIXTH OF DECEMIIER FIXED
AS THE DAY ON WHICH THE DRAWINO
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to disposo of all the tickets
In Ills lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con
eluded to postpono the drawing until the
26th of Decembor. Ho Is now giving tho
matter his dovoted attention, and Is meet-
ing with tho most grutifying success on
Thoru uro :lx prizes, tho principal
prize, us Is well-known, being n splendid
resldenco, that was erected at a cost of $10,
000. Tho remaining five prizes aro as
Lot 3 1, block 1, ad addition to tho city
of Cairo, valued at $500.
Lot ir' block I Mil iiililltlnn In thn i !lu
of Cairo, valued at $3001
i.ot M, block lid addition the city ol
Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block -1,3d mid I lion to tho city of
Cairo, valued ,U f.'lOO.
Lot 17, block 45, In tho city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. octCdtf
Miiy Id found at Heed A JliumN from
unrd. Any rl in t t.o
BLACKSMITH I NO LINK
will receive piompl attention.
and a gectml Macksuillhlnti butlntss carried on
(live Iti ii a trial. novisif.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THUSDAY. NOVEMBER
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOt., FKATHKllN, i:Tt'.,
73 OHIO XjEVEB.
P.L. IIUYKTT, ti SON,
Imporlers, Manufaoturera and Jobbers of
nra and Uerman Nllvcr
BAND INSTH UMENTS,
No. 25 H. Tiiini) Street,
"""m. KT. I.OUIH. MO.
li.il, I LI R
II I ILL UIII
AT IIARCLAVS DRCd HTOIIK.
Farm HtrrLt, I)ah.t,
MOCKING MRD FOOD
all atADr roa in wirnorr thociii
GRATE i CATAwitA ) ' r on ait. ) PILLS
GRAPE (cATAwiu ) i (.QRAVK ) PILLS
and ill nr
FRESH VROVI FIRST HANDS,
Alwaya imtock In large supply,' and for aaUly
FRESH BXjTTE LICK
JUST IIKI1KIV E D
or Hale by IIicUIhsn Itt-itlr iir;nllsi
lajrExTRA .Fine Coi.ooxk;
i&-Oif.iriM. jjM...t..'iii ;.tiiaut;
ra-ii.,,, TWrii iv., v.t. ii....tv
srlu"'' IooTU A-Nl HiiLanth
JgylNDIA I'.UnilKR NUR-ERY Goo
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Ueat gradoa in large stock ami va
riety, tery cheap;
Full Link or Colors,
BIT AID IX OIL;
Paint Ilrurl.ei, I.hii-c.hI Ull,
WliltenaihP .ulin. Turpentine,
Vara thci Ele. eic,
ALL KINt .DP TAKDAatl Ql'ALItlM
4 'or. MtiHt. uikI 'ouimrlalnv.
a-l r I . .... i
SMrLndira' and clilldn n's liuir cut and kIuuii
poord, ritlierat the ahop or ut Ihi'ir own hoiui"),
srOentlemen'r wlil'kera a.i I hur dji'd 11
r ..tltic rr liner. S.itialuutiiiii uiixrmilir.i.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do nil kind of plnm um uii.h
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
DION WRITING, ETC.,
At Uguria which drfy all cnmpftlon, and In ll.e
highest idyls tf tbe p.iluliT'g art,
SHOP IN THK PKRRY HOUSK,
CORNIR OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
KIOHTn HTREK T.
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVKNUE
nan nu hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
OLOUKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular atlenllmt glien In
It KP AIRING FINK WATCH KS.
Thn Itirrrjiuf yin. L- nf
0OL1) AND SILVER WATCHES
K L M U O I. V ' g
, W. II. MOItttlH,
II. It. CANUKK
No. Pub. and IJ. S. Com.;
HULL, OAROO, LIVE STOCK,
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
' 30,ijij(i,imi ec
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
j . . V. W L( 1. .1 i,
i Assrta. l.Kflu.Oll ll
RAILWAY I'ASSE.NOERS AS.SURANCE
SAFI'ORD, MORRIS !c CANDKK,
71 Ohio I.rir?,
Cily National Ilanlt, CAIIIO, II.L.
t'OMJIIHMOS AND I'OUWAUUIKU.
J. M. PHILLIPS Sc CO..
(Huicei-ori to Ii Is. lUndrlcW; A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Yhgakl.UrHl Ailtnncrn n i . upon,
Are firrj'flroil lo rinp. i.., n. nm.r.1
irt'iKWii to ll polntn anil .uy m.i!
sell on I'OiniuNnion.
HUiiaiacaa atlended to promptly
has i irri.KN.
T. S. MURK. A 1,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERRY HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OI'I'OSITK winter's iilock,
EE has sreatly improved Ida stock, and hat
now on hand all kinda of
TENDENTS, ALL LIGHTS,
OI.0IIE8, SHADES, ETC.
HE HAS 3IAUKED DOWN PRICES
otheloctlltlnBflsur.a, and Ue Inrlle.
pairon.mB of ih ,lUblle. """" "'r
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIX JAT1, lroirlPtor.
100 O.iumereuil Avenue, U.VIKO, II.I.INOlrt,
Heal brand of California Cigar" iil received,
BII.I.IAHD tnlinn furnished itli Ihn b at nl
lahlen; ami bar aunplied uiih wfnea, lliiunrs
and pleura ol (lis linen brands.
MiiLiiv mi has
roKMLie. n h r.MriNa
BAUMAN & HAUBNSTINE
C.II. AMI M1.C1IA.MCA1,
KNGINKKItS AND ARCHITECTS,
llruNH IIiiIIiIIiil,', coriH-r DIetfiilli Mr
mill 4'oimui'reliil ar Cairo, UN.
1)I.ANS AMI SPIX'IKICATIOHfori. I branches
A I Civil KiiKiinerini; ami An'liilirluro, moll
' Miipa lorCminlleH, l)ialnet or CorporatluiH,
INiiiib an I CnkMilHtioii. fr hleiun and Water
Pirn it, fr ludrxlrial Kniibliubnier.ls, for Iron,
Nln n or W.indin UndK' a, f.ir Churehea, four
IluiieM"iliiiirr Public lluildniii, Huslnesa and
DuellinK HciliseH, Cotlngi a, etc. elc, lurnlalied
bnorit niitiee. wt(
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
i'oniiiiriiliil Adeline, , l oallr Klllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIIlS' WEAR
M.nle to onler, or Iteadj-jlH Je.
Hum recoived a lull ii:id eiitunlele tlnek I f uoojj,
the mei und vmiipletest in th. elly An Inl
ine lino ti.rit) id
UIUI10NS, LACES AND FRINGES
p!'".0"'"4. huhueinwiK to her patrons and
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-A V.
QUICK K3T ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ciii
caqo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'aaseugertraltn arrive nt and Icato Cairo r.a fol.
3i3 a.m ai.io p.m.
"t Hits p.m t!Ha p.m.
Mntli tralni connect at Ccntralla with train on (no
jAiasr Ij untie
I'ana, Decatur, nionmlngtcn, K Pain, I.nK ille,
Mendota, Kreeport, ilulena, liabiniue, ami
all pblnta in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
town. And with
I.lnea runnln Eat and West lor
n.'Ij."".'i Hp'ilixtieM, Louisville,
Cinuinnatl, Indianapolis, Columbus.
AndatCluYagowilli Mlclil.n Cenir.il, Michlei'i
Southern, and littliur(t, Kort Wavne
an'l Cnienso ILilIrouda lor
io'L1' Cletelaml, Inuikirk.
v iS?y,i.- n !l.""n. PhiladelphU,
Singr l-all., llrle, llutUlo, 1
Newlork, PltlsburK. liAltlm'irc,
AND ALL I'OINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 11. K.
On and after Monday. April 2 1 1 It. IkTI, Irani iril
mu ai IoI.'uhii
TRO UOIU SOlTIIVAaT.
I. .'live irKinin i.ilua.in
" hjirumtleld 'JM " ,
" TajIorvllle......-lo.W "
Arrive nl I'ana 11:10 in
TRAINS UOINtt NOHTllHrJl
Leave Puna I:(ia,m
" Tnjlorulle :
Arrive ."iirlriiilel.l . i,il.
12 3.1 li.lil
,. 4:l '
,.. Ml "
, C:I0 '
Leave Spaiiiafleiil .r,:Jl "
Arrive at Viririnla a:'.M "
1m I., unlvii i.ffiiri..
Leave r.tlKevioofl A:.IOn,ni.
" Klore 6:25 '
Arrive nt fchavuieetownM-ln m,
.. o:is p.m
TIIAINS ooisn ailRtllYt (IT.
LeiiTe Slmnnton ': 1.1 n.tn ..,
I LMnr. ii
The fi:3u n ni. Ir.ln from IMKeviood, runa only
Mondaya, Wiilne-lajaand Kndajs, and r.:a.in.
train Irom H:.auettown on Tucsdaya, Tliura
davi and baturdny.
Connects al Aabl.ind with JaeU.onv Mle division
or Chicago and Al'un Hillroad. for J irksonville,
I'oterabiirR, Maon City, a ml all hoIiiIh west.
At Sprlncneld. with Chle.n?o nnd Alton, nnd
Inledo, Uab.i-h ami WeMcrn Ilallroad, lur
Hoomln)?lcn,ClilcnK.i,nndall polnla north, north
we.t nnd wei!.
Al Paim with lnd. and Hi Louis, nnd Illinois
Central Railroad lor all pointi ciut, aoulh and
At Ijdirewood villi Clilcaa'' Wvlslon Illinois
At Kloru, with Uhlo aid Mississippi Ilnilroad.
AtShawneetnan, with ste.unbo.iia fur Uincln
ti, ru luc.ih, Culm and St. Lnuia.
Oltl.ANL) SMITH, Oen'l Sup'i.
Jaiiii t-Q'iJiTT.nni'l Kr'nl and Tiekel Air'l.
I. & E. GREEN WALD.
M VM'VACTCUI Hi IT
e.VIU l' IIH' 11 5 ,
)... ..net Mill',
The "Tupper' 'iil i.l flint bar
MACHINERY FOR GENERAL PUnrOSES,
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
I'teK Sil)0,iO 00
Solicits nil kludint rliki.
OCI2TII AkciiI, Cairo. ola.
COAL ! COAL! COAL !
MM I All IN
DU QUOIN AND .MOUNT CARBON
Coiuinercial-av., Foot of Elovontli-Mt.
All Cjul run fully rl.lie I at lli, ) urd nil 1'nlr
FULL WEIGH I' W.Mllt.V.Vl ED.
Coal ileliveinl on tho shortest notice in iinj
li.il t nl I be u.y, either hy the half toll, ton or ear
Leave order at theolllce on Coinineri'ial.av. ill
the foot of Klevenlh ttieet. uovinl.i,in.
i.s i-i i-ri:i:N.
11. T. (iEUOl'LDj
ST E A.M AND GAS V ITT 10 R
Uaa Kilter's mid I'llliubei'n nuilelliil, Wood
puiupa, (jliibi) Hint unite valvas, slop
coeka, cluck vafves,ele.
also aiikst lua
TiiIIn llrollirra I'lilenl lry SiiiM .Mt'lt-rx
And Morehouse, n ells A Co'b Avtuinatie Wide'
Indlriitur and supply alve tor steam boilers.
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
IIV DR. .J. II. SCHENCK, M. D.
tfiTTiin causi: and cum: of con-
liCMITION": Thu primary cntiso of Consnmp
tloa is deranjement of tho ill -i'Stlvr oprans. Tlilt
deransem'tit proU'.:ci. i'eJi.lciitiiutri;tou nndas
'Imllatlo.i.. !!; ,.(-i;..::at.i .1, 1 nu in that process
by nhlcli tlio nutriment of i'i f,,l It (onrcrtcd
Into blood, and tlicnc.' liru thosolidsof tho lxly.
I'crsons with ill.-csllon thus Impalrcil, having Uio
slightest predisposition In pulmoniry disease, or
If they take cold, vt lit be very liable to havo Con
aamptlon of the I.nnga lit somu of Itt forms ; and
I hold that it will bu Impoisllilu to enra any caw
of Consumption without f r-t restoring a pood
digestion and healthy assln.i.stlon. Tho very first
thlii; to bo ilouo Is to clea. se C.o slomach and
bowels from all diseased miu us and s:imo which
aro clofe-i-lng theso orjmn t . that they cannot per.
furmtliclr funclba.', and then roaso up and re
store l!io liver Ic a l;c!:liy action. Tor this pur-po-c,
tlio surest nr.,1 best remedy is Schcnck'a
.Maudraku Mils. These I'ills clean tlio stomach
tml bowels of all tho (lend and morbid sllmo that
Is causing disease and decay la tlio whole system.
They will dear out tl.o I'vcrnf all diseased bllo
that has accumulated tlierj, end nrouso It up to a
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
The stomach, bowels, and liver aro thns cleansed
by the use of Schenck's .Mandrake l'llli ; but thcro
remains in tho stomach an excess of acid, tlio or
gan Is torpid nnd tho nppctlto poor. In the bow
el, the lacteaN aro weak, nnd icrmlrlng stresgth
mul support. It U In a condition llko tliU that
Schenck's Seaweed Tonic proves tn bo tho most
aluablo remedy ever discovered. It is alkaline,
nnd Its tisowlll neutralize all excess of acid, mak
ins tho stomach sweet nnd fresh; It will glvo
permanent tono to this Important organ, and cro
nte a good, hearty appetite, and prepare tho sys
tem for tho tint process nf a good digestion, anfi
ultimately nuiko food, healthy, living blood. .f.
tcr Hits preparatory treatment, what remains te
euro most cases of Consumption is tho frco an)
persevering nso of Schenck's Ia!monlc Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Syrup nourishes tha system, puri
fies tho blood, and Is readily absorbed Into tho
circulation, and llienco ill-lrlbntcd to tho diseased
lungs. There It ripen all morbidjnattcrs, wheth
er In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, nnd then
nsslns Natnro to expel all tho diseased matter la
tho lormof frco expectoration, when onco it ri
pens, It is then, by tlio great healing nnd purify
ing properties of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up souud,
and tny patient Is cured.
TJ1.1 .-.jiil.1 iJ-j'tir it In i.mo in ctirlnz Con
sumption I. In get up n good nppctlto midacood
digestion, so that tho body 111 grow In desh 1 and
get strong. Ha person has ilNca-cd lung., a cav
ity or abscesi there, tlio cavity cannot heal, tho
matter cannot rlncn, so long as lliu system Is be
low par. What Is necessary to euro Is a new or
der of things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
tho bdy to giw In flesh and get fat; then Nal
turo l helped, the cavities will heal, tho matter
will ripen and bo throw 11 nfr In largo ounntltlcs.
nnd tho person regain health nnd strength. This
Is the, truo and only plan to euro Consumption,
and If a person Is very bail, If tho liinga aro not
entirely destroyed, or even If ono lung la entirely
gone, If thcro Is enough Itallly lcl hi thu other
iu neat ti(i, wicru is nope.
1 luo seen many persons cured, wllh only ono
sound lung, llvo nnd enjoy llfu tun good old age.
This Is what Schenck's Medicine w 111 do to euro
Consumption. They will clean out tlio stomach,
sweeten and strengthen it. get up a good dlgcs
lion, nud glvo Nature the unl.lai.ee alio need to
clear tlio system i.f all tbe un-intu that Is in tho
lungs, whatever tho form maybe.
It I Important that, while lining Schenck's
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to take,
cold: keep lu-doors In cool and damp weather:
avoid nlglit-alr, and take uit-ljor exercise ouli
iu a genial nud warm sunshine.
1 wish It distinctly understood that when 1 re
commend a patient tn bo careful In regard to tak
ing cold whilo using my medicines, I do so for a
special re.i-on. A man v. lui tin but partially rc
sovered from tho ell'ccts of a bad cold Is Nr mora
llablo to a relipse than una who has been entirely
cured, and It la precl.ely thu camu In regard to
Consumption. So long ns tho lung aro not per
fectly healed, Jut so long Is llierolnimlnent dan
ger nf a full return uf tho (Urease. Ilcncoitts
tint I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
n;alnt exposing lheinclvia to 1111 nlmosphero
that Is not genial and pleasant. Continued Con
sumptives' lung are a mass of seres, which tho
leat chingo of iiimo.phero will lnilame. Tha
grand secret of my success with my medicines
consists In my ability to subdiio Inflammation In
stead nf provoking It, na many of tho laculty do.
-n lull lined lung lannot Willi safety to the pa
... exposed to tho biting blasts of winter 01
llio rhniln ulinlH f p irlii -r or nuluniii. It
should bo carefully hlclde.'l frJ, B iriltatlng ii
Indices, I ho titmo-t cautlim .liciuld Loubsertcd
In this partlcuUr, ns without Itnuiro under al
most any clrciinistaneea I nu linponslbllily.
The person rhoiild bo kept 11 a u hole.ornoaud
nutritious diet, and all tho rmdlclnea continued
until tlio body ha irHnrcd to It thu natural
ipiantlty of ililx and streugtli,
I win myself cured by Ihla tienlment of tho
worst kind of Cnnsumptl. 11, end havo lived to
pet fit and hearty Huso many vems, with una
lung mostly gone, I hnvo cured tlicu.ai.i! since,
nnd very many Invo been ciuedbv this treatment
whom I havo imver seen.
About tho 1st of Octnbi-r. I cxrect to take pos.
ressloii of my new building at tt.o r.nillua.t cor-
ncroi niiu nun .vrc't mm-cis, wneiu I snail Da
plo.cd to glvo advice to all who may riqalro It
i'ull directions accompany all my remedies, su
1'i.it a person In miy j itrl i f t:o world can buivod-)-cured
by a strict nbscrvanfo of thu same.
J II. LlHCNCK. .M.D.,
HL'RLHUT & EDSALLJ
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