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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1871.
WIKM A MB LIllOOIU.
hkwii rami itMiUOT
' ,arlr, M DolMU
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Olio Livii,
CIIIO, ILLINOIS.
lTtkHMU ku aiaalutli fall stMk
Moid xUatuoky Beuitoa, Ky ulMuMf
IB WMIIH, FrBCB IIHB1H) flVIMBW asm,
uiuna tjaitrersia wiaee. jmbvavii
WM. II. SOIIUTTER,
Iajartew
VktllMli la 1m
WINES, LIQUORS,
tobacco etc cia-Ana.
Agtat far e beet Bread! of
CRKAM AND STOCK ALB,
A IB
larUa Alaa oi BlftrMl lalavo.
76 Ohio Lkvkk,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IXBCKAMIK.
si'aso.oo'o oo.
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JAETrolD
FIRE INSURANCE CO..
Ot Hartfjrd, Ca. ,
CHARTKRHD 1810.
Kql to Ik Umt Krjcy.
THH IRON GLAD OLD
'HARTFOBD'
TmU4 by it itomi of Hii.tj.ea ;un
AD STILL IS SOUND.
Pay from ar. surplus o
S)i!o.o:,ooo
Hr Loss by IB
OBKAT CHICAGO FIUB
Lrnx hsr waralucsDl capital t
tfateuked ud quuur el a M illlea Hurt-lut la
laAre.
'SMt.tav tal,"
OST HARTFORD POLICIKS.
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HARD and SOFT LUMBER
verviaaerlyUra,'
LATH, 1NOLM, 0EDAK POTi;l
DOORS,' SA8Hy BLINDS. ' '
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OSDXB8 SOLICITID.
flTiBAHP AT .L.UC lkB.,
PurmlihW it akrHiit .
CeaaMrtUlWlOA a4 UIa-iU,
CAIAO, IbUVOU.
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EL D0I.'AD0
BILLIARD-SALOON. AND BAR
ROOM.
1 fUM CtATEM, Prf)Ht:
llMOMaiaereialATeave, CAIRO, ILUOHJ
Beat brand t OallfonilaClgari Juat'r4lT4,
ktLLIARD aalooa furolshad vllaathv beat' tl
THE BULLETIN.
FoklleatUB , nnllctln Bulldlne;,
WMB(ia Avenue.
THE FARM.
MANL'KE IN LIQUID FOIlM.
We w!b it wero poislblo far us to tin-
preii upon agricultural reader! or thii
Journal tbo groat valuo and importance
oi laving ana using nquiu fertilizers, luch
as may readily be prepared ot home, and
applied with little trouble eiooclalv to
c arden ver etablci, itrawberry bedi. flow
r border!, etc. One of our exchange, in
alluding to tbli matter, recommondi a
cheap and limple apparatui, limilar to a
lye-vat or ainhoppcr, wmcbtnay tie ill loci
in the proportion of two buihelf Cm ore or
Icet according to lite of hopper), of i table-
manure, a nali buinei con droppings, one
peck of ireod top loll, half a bushel of new
aihts j then let the hopper to running by
pourlnr over tho whole, not or cold slops,
oap-iudi, chamber lye, and tho refuio
liquid! of the houiohold. In a week or
two stir the com pot, and run tho liquid
through again. After extracting (at you
may think) all the virtue of tho content!.
the lattor may bo used for mixture! with
other compost, or applied immediately at
a fertilizer, and will prove wunl, if aot
lupenor, to almott any icrttiizcr you can
procure.
In applying thla linuid manure, if very
itrong, dilute with an equal quantity of
rain-water, r mix with good eartli, at nit
rate of two or three nations to tlm square
yard. Stir the toll around your plnnti,
and apply tbli laturated earth a you
would use guano or superphosphate ; or
pour the diluted liquid mudurittuly over
the rtirrcd soil, norno little iHstaiice. from
the item of your plants, so that the roots
may find and appropriate it. Late In the
evening, or jutt after a ruin, is u good time
to make this application ; and it may bo
continued at short intervals throughout
tba entire growing sesson, with grunt
and marked benefit.
NERVOUS DEHIL1TY,
With IU KlMur atlendanU. low aiilr-
Ito aBrrMloa, I voluntary ruilltn.
Ma or wata. aernalarrhir. lom oi
war' ellaav heav.1. loaw or iiirmurr.
a SI threat Imnrtrnce and I.MI.c
clllU. aad a lavcrrlfn enre In limn-
rr" llaaaMBtalnle NprcIHe .No
'Ijrlckt. Oompo.. ol ihn mult t.lun
bit mil'l di uilcDt cuttlri, thrjr .triko
aada at th rooU l lhemtUr, tone up lti ty
talDi arrat Ihnili.clitrKM, nl Impart lorml
oer$y. III and trtllt, to llifDlnc mn. They
hava curvO tlionaaDUa if cari. I'rice. i prr
DKkuHOl oft boxe and a Inret ti rial, xlncti
iVrx ImixrUit la olalloatp or old ra., or It
(MrtiBfli Imi. Bold by all drugut, and .eat
br Halloa raoalbi ol one. AdJrrn liumhrT'
peclic Uoneousthle ktadlcln Co:, an Uroad
war. F. T. P. bCUUH.
auf iMaavawij Aiem. uairo, iiiidoji.
IKICKAMOE.
"TRIUMPH."
HK TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
1 CtmaaaaaM.
n.MwiiiniiimiMtiiniiii eaay300ff0 99
llli'ail kladiaf rlski'.
F. BBM,
MttTtl Axeat. Cairo, U.
MISCELLAMEOCM.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
aav prapaiad to rMpand promptly to all d
maoda for hti acrylcei.
SHOP-COB. 8TH-8T. AND CoUUKKCAL-AT
las ta Perry llouae,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
aertldU
II; LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
ireaV. rCATHBM. ETC.,
93 OHIO liEVEE.
Caiko, Illinois,
ovUtf
P. L. IIUYETT, & 80N,
Imrtrs, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
9rAM m4 Ocra Sliver
1
BAND INSTB UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Third Strkkt,
MlrdSta. RT. I.OVIB, MO.
wilium liVati. coaxnica aittNSTiss
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE
CIVIL AND ULCIUNICAIi
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
rMV BalUlar. arer Elevenllt atr
aad Vaaatacrclal ave Cairo, UN.
DUNS AND SPECIFICATIONS for all branchei
of Civil Knelneering and Architecture, auch
a Maps lor Counties, Districts or Corporations,
aana ann uaicuianuua iut , min ........
rower, for loduitrlal Establishments, for Iron,
atooa or. Wooden nndgn, for Churches, Cotir
llouias a d other I'uouc ounaings, tiuamraa auu
Ihrsllinf Mouses,
Coltaei,te. ate.,
furnished
nam on
..Ntfsa
KINDLING.
SAVE TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.
T Hanaekeeperai
UI.K..I nnH alii furnlahHtMV Faciorv Kind-
ilng nice, dry, alreadyut wood, In any part of
t city, for ii.hi awafon loan.
' 11... I. - ww tn Inealeulabla trouble In
'.zz,'.:.:v(
' Leavo ordari at MeGauUy'a drug store, or ad
, dran thmto Mlclusl Uowil, thruufh the pos..
effls. hov 1st if
PETE SMITH,
lfM as) feoud at Bead. Jlunn's from
ward, lay work la the
BLaOKSMITHING linb
will T44v'proipt atUatlon.
ilor'-iSA6'rrty,
aall a jrvaarral ' k'l aokiM (tn (a ( Winsss' carried on.
mtaataaautai. . novHtf,
STjEttAUKRS & "VVINEMAN,
ojnitiM josslis or
JDJE-YT O-OODS
NOTIONS,
lMaalala Ami, Bitea) Mad-
Imh aa aearo,
OniCAGO.
rtmxiTtmi:.
SAVE TWENTY PUR CENT
lly buying yir
TJ I T TJ B
EICHHOFF B110S.,
FURNITURE FACTORY,
VakliliiKliiii-n v., .Vrnr .iiiii Hollar
OA 1110, 1U.IN0II.
Me.r-. F!i,hr.4jt1 Hrnlticrili.ir' t iiil.iin Ihi
cltltDH of Ctiro thKt thvv aro niuntitaii.rlii nil
klndi of
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And lute now on hand and foi mIc, at
Wliolrsalo and Itrtnll,
All kind, and wil continue to keep at their
BALES nOOJIS, IN THEIK NEW 11UILDIN0,
Errry dlserlction of chran and coitly turnilure.
suehaa
A.Caryed Bediteadi,
"Marble Topped Bureaui,
"ri,JelKiir'l, Wathttnndi.
U'ar.lrob., Sola Chain,
Mu.Sofa and Matrftiftfa,
-I)ungci', etc , rtc,
Wbicb they will guarantee to soil
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other daler in
thn city. One them a call and i-atlily your-
PIAXOH.
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE Oil EAT
BALTIMORE
MAXL'I'AITOKY
WM. KNABE It CO.,
Manufacturers of
ortANn, .'quakk and urniauT
1 JkJSTO POBTES
HALTIMORK, M A It Y LAND.
Thaae Imlriim.nli hniA been before tho PllbllO
for nearly thirty ears, and upon their excellence
alone attained an tnyutthnstA jtrtcninenee, which
pronounces them uneiiualed in
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
" All our .Square Viaoi have our new New Jm
proved Ovoinruiig t-ealeacil the Atjrtfffc Trtlilt
BIT We would rail special attention to our late
Patented Improvement lu tiatNU Pianos and
BqcAHr. Grams, found In no other Piano, which
brings the I'lauo nearer perfection than has jet
boen attained,
EVKKY PIANO VITLLY WAUKANTED VOU
riVK YKAItS,
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists promptly
furnished on application to
WM. KXAHi: .t-CO.,
IlAlTlMoar, Mn.
Or any of our regular cstabllkhed agencies.
ocl9eodswttm
Nl'UCIAL NOTICEK.
UATCIIi:i.OK'.S IIAIU DVE.
This superb Hair Dye is the bist in the Wuan
t'erieciiy Harmless, iienanie nnu insiii inieuus
No disappointment. No Itldlculoua Tints or Uu
nlcasant Odor. The cenulim W. A. ll.ichelor'i
llalr Dve croduces IMMEDIATELY a anlendld
Ulack or natural ilrowii. Does not Stmn the
Skin, hut leavesthe Hair CUan, Hnft mid Ileautl.
fill. Tho only Hafu mil IVrfeet live.
Hold by all druggists, r acioi y in 11,111.1 nireei,
new lone. ian-iueoowiy
ON MARRIAGE.
Itannv relief lorvoung men Irom the cflectao
rrnra and abuses Inearlv lite. Manhood re
stored. Nervous I'elillity cured. Impediment
to rnarrlaca removed. New method of treat
inent. Now and remarkable! remedies. Hooks
and elrrularssent Iree, in sealed envelopes. il
dress HOWArtD ASSOCIATION, NO. 2 Houtl
Ninth Ht Pliiladelphia,, Pa. oclldsatt
PARKER ti BLAKE,
UKAtcas IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pntly, nruzlnc, flnaolliir,
WINDOW GLASS
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrate! illuminating
AURORA OIL.
uuoas uuii.dujo, con. 11TII-ST. a com
MKUCIAL-AV.,
Oaiko, Illinois
viae
.m:iicAi,.
SIMILIA SIMILIRUS UURANTUR
Ilf.Ml'IIIlIiVN
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE proyed, from the tnot ampin expir
lence, an entire aiicceiai Himple Prompt
htticlcnt and Rclmble. They nro lite only incdj.
clncs perfectly adapted to popular uo so aiii,.
plo that mutakca cannot bo niado In uainit tnpmi
an harmlcM M to bofren from danger, all fO
cfflLieotas to bonlwajra reliable. They liaTei.i -ndtho
lilghcil commendatlonn from all, nndw.jl
alwaja render aatlafaetlon.
No. Centi.
1, Curei IVvona.congeallon, InHammalloni.-i
2, " Wrm, worm fever, wotm colic ...W
3, " :rlnB;K!ollootectllln(?ol'"'',,!'"-
I, " IHrrhoca.of children and adu to. a
6, ' Ilynpnlory, grlplnu.bdloua C0I1C...W
c, " .'Iiolrra-morbu, yomltlmt...- a
7, " 4'liulcrn. colds, bronchltm .......2J
" XcnrnlKln, toothache, ficeache 2J
C, llpadnrlifa, alck headache. yertleoU
10, ISynpriiiln b.liouj atomache. -f,
11, " NnpiirtuHod, or painful periods..'ji
12, " Wlillrx.too profuNe per od......2i
13, " Crnnsi, couxti, illttlcult breatliinx.,.M
II. 11 .Null Ithoiiin. Kryalpcla". KruptlonJi
15, " ItlivnuiallNin, rheumatic pain M
1C, " tcrnnd ARHP,chilUetir,iuei'.V)
17. " 1'llrn. blind or bleeding ..&)
1. " lUilillilrmy. and aore or weak cyei..Vi
19, " i.'nlitrrh.iwuiooroliroiilo, InSueniaW
, ' WliaoplsiK-C'oiiRls.TlotentcotiKhsM)
21, " Aillnnit. oppre?ed breathing ........ M
ti, " i:r IllKclinrKra, Imrulred hearinijM
l, " NiToriiln,enlari!"lKland?, awcllinmM
21, 11 Uciiernl Ilcblllly, phymcal weak-
neaa M f0
25, " llropayand aeantyiitcretioni W
f, ' Mn KIckiH'HM.iilcKnej? from rldmiln
27, 11 Iililii)'.llHf-nr. Orarel .!
'if, " .Nt'niiiii isclilllly, aetnlnal eml-
na.Inoluniarv uiavi.aritep 1 u:
l it 'llox", vrlta otie$2mlof powder
very necea'try In erioua cuaca-.S im
'J, " Nore .Mouth, canker VI
I'rliinry 'iilines, vtettintt bed.J 1
11, " I'aiiirui rerimii, witn apaiii.....wi
li, " MillcrliilpiiktcliHiiRe of hie It')
" i:iillPiMy,p.i.m,BI Mtua'dance.I ou
31, 11 liiptliprlittjle, ernied aore tbr Mt U.
FAMILY CASK'S.
Of.'l.l to HO lnri- tinli, iniiriiccii
urroM'iioml raM, roiiliiJnltiiria
M'l-rllJr ' ''r)- oadlitiiry iIIh
'itsn 11 lanilly laiilijrrl in, and
Imolm orilircilioiiH from 61u to 111
small, r I iisii II j' unil I rut i'IIuk ch i-r,
20 In iui 110m H-i lo SI
Hpi-oitie lor nil I'rltllti' IMm'UM's,
lotli fur 'nrlitu and mr I'riMt'ii.
lite Ireatlilvl.t, ill tiliunl poeat't
c.i.ia .8 lit 3
IUMi's h.VlKACT
Citea Burn, llruii'C, l.ain'ri'a , -otenff, !"r
TI1ro.11, .-prnlJi', Tiiiieliiicli , hiiiiglie, .NViirulitia.
r.liciiniiituiii, l.umiwiiM, IMik, ll.til., Mtiii
son Kea, lllcr 'Iiiil'ui ilie 1auJ', S f. Mum
H'h, or of 1'ilfa; i;niia. Libera, 0I1 fftirea.
- . Yi'uta. I..MJJ j .rV, SI 7".
Jn, exeept I'.iiel 1-xl.n. l
r.tvv, ti 01,, w et
o I Head rimeUii-, exeeii
by tin- ea-f or alny e la-x. ire a 11I to mi) ii.irt o
tlie eountry, by m.iil or cxprraa, .tvf of eli'trite,
Oil ri-ecipl iji Ilie prii'e. Aililrcaa
IIL'M I'llltr.V.Vsl'I'XIKIC
IIUMCiJl'.tTHIU MKIuCINK I U
Oiliee and )pi.i, .N 1, bii llrnadw..) , K..Ynrk.
Koit muk liv f. hcitrii, cAiito, iu,
ai't&aeotaawlv
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Jlr.
( Cures colic and L'rirdnir
Price,
Canla
n MIIIUIII 1 in wie laiwei., anu ja
srop
I clhtates the proceaa of
l leeinini;.
Xr. f subdue convulalm
IVIIIICOMII'S I andjrereomea nlldls
fijrnp. I eases incident to in.
L fanta and children.
Cents.
Jlrt. r Cure diarrhea, ulen."t Price,
vTIIITCOJIirs! tery Hndsummercom. I 25
Kjrnp. 1 pla:ntlnchlldtenolall f Cents.
I ag. J
It is the Great Infant's and Children' noothlne
Price,
Kemedy In all diaordera brought on by Teething
or any other cause. Prepnred by the
OIUFTON MEDICINE CO., St. Louts, Mo.
Sold by Drugging an eaters in Medicine
everywhere. icy7dwi;m
A ROOK FOR THE -MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Cottnaelot
to the Married or
them almiilto marry
on tho nbvrioiokfical
mysteries nnd revelations of tho sexual sjatcir.
with the latestdNcoteriea in proilucibg and pre
venting otlspring, preaorving ttiecomjilexiou,ic.
Thin Is on Interesting work of tw o hundred anil
twenty leur pagea, wltn numerous engravings,
and contains valuable information fur tnoewno
are married or contemplate marriage; still it Is a
book that ought to be uoder lock una key, and not
laid carelessly about the bouse,
sent to any one (frro of po-tnge) forM cent
Address Dr. Uulta' Dispensary, No, 12,
Eighth street, Louis, Mo.
notice to the Afflicted anil Unfortunate.
before applying to the notorious Quacks who
remedies, peruse Dr. Ilutts' work, no mutter
what jour Uistaso la or how deplorable your con
dition.
Dr. Ilutts can bo consulted, personally or at
mail, on thodKaeiea mentioned In his works,
office, No. 12 N. Eighth atieet. bet. Market and
unesiunt si jiuts a. mvviiv
DR. RICHAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use these only, and save time, heal h and
money. $l,Wai reward lor any ease of diseiue, In
any state wliirh they ialt to eure.
DR. RICHAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM,
Nos. 1 and 2, are .ho greatest alteratives known
Dlt. MCIlAU'SliOLDE.N F.LIXIlt D'AMOL'Il
la the greatest tonic and astringent Ic the mc.l
cal list.
DK. niCUAH'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
Is the only reliable diuratic.
Theso remedies are not advertised to curcnl
complaints, and benefit none; but are gnaianteed
tnetfertA rnrlienl and sneedd clllo llllllleaaea for
which thej- are recommended, when nil other
treatment lias failed. Tens of tliou ands earlv
reeover bv their use. who Iihvh lost all hone, and
been pronounced us iniuiablo by tho beat of our
ineillcal faeullv.
DB. KICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1. cures ulcer", ulcerated aore threat and
mouth, sore ees. cutaneous eruptions, tonner
colored blotches, sorcieis of Hie aeali, sorotula.
etc. It is the greatest renevator. alleratlie iimi
blood purifier known, remnes all inerciir) from
the atatem, nnd leans tne oioon pure nuu
healtliy.
UK. ltlt.ll AU S l,UI,Uli. 1IA1.3AJI,
n .' eurea tneiciirlat attectlona. rheumatism In
all Its tortus, and gives Immediate rtliefln a
ses.
Dlt. itlCHAU'rs r.oi.i)i;N an iiiioj iv,
A radical cure for all urinary derangements
Price, 11 per uottie.
Dlt. ItlC'JtAU'd GOLDEN ELIX1U D'A.MUUIl.
rtdlcai cure tornervous ortcnerai neiiiiuy, in
Id or joung, Imputing energy v, iin wonueriu
fleet.
Pnco JSpcrbofle, ortwororSJ.
On recelnt 11I nrice. these remedies ill bo ship
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
orresiloIe'l'lHS. ,inuui;vmiiiiii "iiinn "-" !
,r ml. ltiL'HAU'ri GOLDEN ItEJIrH'lEH, D. II.
Uiciuai'S, sole proprietor," blown la uliss ol
bottles.
Circulars sent. Irado eupflied 11s n iinerai uis-
ount. .
Address, Dr. D. II. Uichards,'. 11 varici.-si ,
tM-t-end money by express or order goods
through your Druggist, and jou will mietwltli
no loss.
CENTRAL ELEVATOR.
have re-opened the Central Elevator, and
y are now prepared to handle grain it!i dls-
naleli At rAfueAI rait, as in low. 1
I .,.,,11. ...n,. u ..n.lill,,, 1,1 n,l .lilt.
rill IIICIVIUK win kim,i'i " --i""-'.
ineludlng tlvo days- Murage, ia per niinei.
For s.ieklng and trausler oc lull tent rtddl
For each ten days alter the nrt nvo oni-imu
enipernusiiei. , ,,.,.,,
di A Is. nuuiiii'iiiin'M
Cilro, III., Nov. 8, U7I. iiuvr-wt,
t'OAI. AND noon.
woodV'wooVm" Xvboi) ! 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AaCliritp,!! not t licniu r
Than any wood dealer In Cairo, Leavo orders
on mo siaies at the rosvuiuce met i..
twelfth streuls, Cairo, Illinois. 1 give good
var.l. in I'jimm.p, a avenue, tielween 10U11I Bllll
meaniin ami will cord the moou up .. ,i,;if''..
UllglU'tl
DENNIS HALEY".
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
F.
II. WAHD is preiared to deliver tho bes
riro vvoon ana oiune v.uui
IN ANY PAUT l'K TIIK CITY,
And In any iiiaullly desired, on short notice
COAL DELIVERED at 51.50 vkr ton
ur f ivir liver nrarwiu! unn b huu-i
IwoUoorr. H-Kivo tho corner of Kiuht.. ntret-t and
K-roviw, TiNWAiti:, irrt',
A. HAL li BY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothes Wringer. Voile'
ware, Coal Hods, FlreKhovela, Air dates.
uAMrACTtatn or
TIN, ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
2so. 1GG "Washington-avenue,
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OD-Kooflng fluttering, and
vork doneat ahoiteat nonce.
all kinds oflnb
lebldlf
Oil. CASS,
An as-ortment ot tho ntxivo can, securely
packed lor li pincnt, for sain at Cincinnati prices
and freight, by HA UCLA Y HltOS.,
Drug and Paint Dealers, 71 Ohio Levee,
CONSUMPTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. 1).
TiTTIin CAUSE AND CUP.E OF COK
bUMPTION. Tho primary ennso of Coninmp
tlon is derangement of tho ill jcstlvc orjans. Tills
derangement prod 'ices deficient nutrition and as
similation. Ily ai simHatlun, I mem that process
hywhlcHtho nutriment of the food Is converted
into blood, and thcuco Into tho solids of the body.
Persons with dljestloii thus impaired, having tho
rllghtcst predisposition to pulmonary disease, or
If they take cold, w 111 bo very liable to havo Con
sumption of tho Lungs In soma of Its forms; and
I hold that It will be Impossible ta euro any caaa
of Consumption vUthont f.rft retorlng n pood
digestion and healthy assimilation. Tho very tint
thing to bo dono Is to cliause tho ttomaclt an'
bowels from all diseased mucus and sllmo which
ore clogging these organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, cud then rouso up and re
store tho liver to n healthy action. Tor this pur
tuic, tho surest ami best remedy Is Schcnck's
Mandrako Pills. These Pills clean tho stomach
and bowels of all tho dead and morbid sllmo that
Is causing dlscatc and decay In tho whole system.
They will clear out tho liver of all diseased bllo
that liaa aeeiimiiuie,! ,llier Alul arm.
ill in. In a
new and healtliy .n tiou
healthy bile Is secreted.
1 y vUiich natural and
The stomach, bowels, ami liver aro thus cleansed
by the u.-o of bcheui-k's Mandrake Pills ; but thcra
remains in tho stomach an excess of add, tho or
gan Is torpid and tiionppi tf to poor. In tho bow
els, tho lacteal are weak, and requiring slrcsgth
audsupport. It ! ill .11 'mlitluii llko this that
Schenek'a Scanctd T mi ; r.ve to bo tho most
valuablo remedy ever t'.licovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its use will ncntralUo all excess of acid, mak
ing tho stomach tweet and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tone to this Important organ, and cre
ate n good, hearty appetite, and preparo tho sys
tem for tho first process of 11 good digestion, nnfl
ultimately inako good, healthy, llvlug blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains te
euro most cases of Consumption is tho frees and
perscverlus use of Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Syrup nourishes tho system, puri
fies tho blood, and is readily absorbed into tbo
circulation, and thence distributed to tha diseased
lungs. There. It ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
nsslst Naturo to expel all tho diseased matter in
tho form of freo expectoration, when onco it ri
pens. It Is then, by tho great licallng and purify
ing properties of Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and entitles aro healed tip sound.
and my jiaticnt Is cured.
Tha essential thin? tn bo tlnno In mW-in r.,.,
snniptlou Is to get up n good nppctlto and n good
digestion, so that tho body will grow In llcsliand
pet strong. If n porsn'i h.n diseased lung, a cay
ltyor abscess theie, the cully cannot heal, tho
matter cannot ripen, to h i gn tho system Is be
low par. What I neces' ir 1 j enrols a new or
der nf things, n gund npp-ti'e, n good nutrition.
tho bdy to grow m nerii mm getiat: tuenria
tnrc I helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter
Will ripen auu lie uirue-iitil in iar.n ijuuuiliies,
and the person regain lieahh av strength. This
Is the true iui only pl.ui i u n- ('oiitumptlcii,
and If n person is ry eini. n u.- inn? nro noi
entirely ilc-iri.ynl. or cvi n it ni.e lung Is entirely
gone, If tin r U iioii-.-'i vitaliiy kl' m tho other
to Ileal up, llicro U hupn.
1 liavo seen in my ier-iiiia tureu, Mini oniv ono
souud lung, live ,ii d enjny lite to n p.ml old age.
This Is vttut -ch-1- k'e .Medicine will do to euro
Consumpth-n. Th- w ill eleau out tho rtoniach,
sweeten nun sirentiiiieu li, get npu;iioii iuj;us
tion, and glvo Natmo il e asi-i.iuiiei she needs to
clear tho sjucm nf all the l -i aso that is in tho
lungs, whatever the fm m may 1"'.
11 is iiujiuriiiiiv mm, i.i.i'- 11-111 rinciiii. n
Medicines, car- should bo ixir Led not lo tako
cold: keep In-dunrs In cool i.nl damp weather;
avoid nlght nlr, nnd laku (tit-t'.otrcxercliuoulf
In a genial und varm inn-h'.i.o.
iMlslilti'.l-ilintly mi ! r-ienil that vlien Ire
commend a pitlent 1 1 lie mn ml In legnrd to tak
In2 cold wtills li-in ' i iy he '-i' Hies, 1 do so fora
special reason, A n a'i who bus hut partially re
sovcrcu irum in i i ,i cin in is i-esi ii'm la iir ilium
llahlo tuarvlip'o tli.m turn who has been entirely
cured, nnd It is precltcly llio same lu regard to
Consiiiiiptlini. Vvi long as tho lungs nro not per
foctly hcaleil, Just so lung la theru Imminent dan
ger nf a full return of tho disease, llciicolils
that I so strenuously caution pulmonary patient
against exposing uieniseiies iu an iiiiiiospiieru
that is not genial and pli-asant. Continued Con
siiniptlves' lungs nru n mass uf sines, which tho
least cliangu of aliiinsphcru will liiibme. Tho
gmnil recret of my success w lilt my medicines
cunsl.ts in uiynlillily to nilnluu Inllammatlon In
stead of provnkiiig it, as many of tho lacultydo.
All iniuiueii lung riiiinoi wnn saieiy to tne pa
tient b exposed tn the biting Masts of whiter ot
tho rhniing winds nf spring or autumn. It
should bo carefully shielded from all Irritating In
fluences, i mi iituiori raiiiinu iiiouiu eu ourersen
In this partleulir, ns without It a euro under ol
hiont any clrcmustaiires Is au iiupossllilllty,
Tho person should bo kept m n Hliolesiiinflind
nutritious diet, and all tho mrdlcliies cnulliiaeil
until tho body ha restored to It thu natural
quantity of licit and strength.
1 I was myself cured by this treatment of tho
worst kind of Coiuumptloii, mid hatu lived to
pet fat and hearty theso many j ears, with oinj
lung mostly gono. I havo cured thousands since,
and very many havo been cmcd by this Ircatmcut
whom 1 liavo iiqut reen.
About tho 1st of October, I expect to take pos.
session of my new building at the northeast cor
ncr of Sixth and Arch blrects, where 1 shall ba
pleased to glvondvlco to nil who may requlru It.
l'ull directions accompany n',1 my remedies, so
that a person in any part of the vt mid can horead-
IV cured uy a strict nuservaueo in i no same,
J. 11, tit lIi:.CK, M.D.,
Philadelphia,
11 URL RUT & EDS ALL',
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dehllllv, rrcmaturo decaj, etc, having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, lias discovered
simple means of self-cure, ulucli ho will send
freo to his fellow-suilerers, . II, IUetcs, No. 78
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