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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1871.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
at every deacrlptUn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAK POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS.
Stkamhoat L U M II E It,
Furnished on shortest not ic f.
Coiniiiercial-av, bet. lOtli and llth-sts.,
MILLIARD SALOON AND RAN
I100M. JOHN UATKN, Proprietor.
10iCmmercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
Rest brand of California Cigars Just received,
BILLIARD saloon furnished iih.(h- b-t ol
tables ; and bar aupplied wiili i, liquor
anil cigars of the fineat branda.
THK TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
i.ael )xi;4 00
Solicit all kinds ot risk.
oct27tJ Agent, Cairo. .
CARL L. THOMAS,
s new rrcpaicd 1 respond promptly to all de
mand for tin services.
SlIOl'-Coiu Stii-st. and Commercal-ay
III Hit I'erry House,
IIOOTH AMI MIOEM.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uclwecn Washington avenue, and Poplar Street
Iloola and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
oia idtxcY toi
COOTS AND SHOES
Commercial ATenne, Comer of Eighth
particular attention taid to all or
ders tor iiooi'kkirtft and shoes.
HIDES! FURS 1 ! PELTS ! 1 1
BTJBWETT & CO
Have opened a Hide Store in Thornton' lllook
Tenth street, where the hlghost cash price wli
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Pelts, Fun and Tal
low. we will pay higher prices thau was ever be
fore paid for the same articles In this city.
Come and Bee us,
onUtf BURNETT & COl
HEAL, ESTATE AGENT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (second vloor) OHIO levee,
Ruv and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
Ai I profar. CObroranuca of Kinds,
Publication Office, Ilnlletin niillulnjr,
a protest moM the western union
AOAIN8T TUB PROPOSED CIOVKRNMKNT
Now York, December C Tlio following
official letter explains tlio position of tlio
vVeitcrri Union Telegraph company, in
relation to tlio postal telegraph scheme.
New York, December C, 1871.
To tlio Hon. James E. Week, M. C..
Washington : ' '
You aro reported In tlio morning papers
as having stated in the House veitordny
that, whereas, tho Westorn Union com
pany hid ODDOSed tho aiaumntlnn
tho telegraphs by tho govern
ment, beforo the last Congrois,
you understood it to
ed its position and to bo now anxious for
It. Permit mo to assure you that you have
been misinformed. Tho AVentern ITnlnn
Telegraph Company is Inflexibly opposod
to any Interference of the government
...t.t. .1.-!- 1 ...f
wiiii uiuir uutiness.
A m Celine of the board of ilirnctnm
held this inornini! which was lurtolv nt.
tended and resolutions were unanimously
passed protesting aciiintt tho right and
policy of any acnuiiltion of their property
and rights by the government. A coin
tnitleo consisting of Hornco T.Clark. A.
B. Cornell. Edwin D. Morgan. 51
lor and mysolf wcro appointed to prepnro
and send to Washington a protest ugninst
the suggested action of tho govornmcrit,
and to cluiin its protection ngnlnit any
Intel fcrenco and uirnlnit tho tiol lev of thh
uiiuuiiiuineiii uy mo guvvriiiiiiini or com-
jiuimvu t'nif rprifes.
(aigntuj w.m. oitiu.v, rroddint.
From thoSI. Louie Time.
In view of tlio session of tho le-Mn.
ture the particular position of u few
i tno 40-CHlleI liberal republicans bc-
comts matter of conidcrablo com
ment. The democrats in the senate
have juit fourteen votes out of thirty
four. They lack lust four rotes to Inive
worliiic majority in that body, mid se
cure tho passage i.f any mexmre through
ooin nouies. Jietr. ljui UotUchiilk.
-oull Ilenecke. William Follenlus ami
Thoodiie I'upln happon to bo In tlio fortu
nate position to become that important
four. They are all liberals, all Germans,
all Schurz and anti-Grant men, and wo
cannot eo any good reason why they
should not harmoniously uct with the
fourteen nntl-Grant democrat. AVhat
will they do ?
N AMERICAN OIRL MARRIES 30,000,000
(From the Courier dee Ktate Ut.li.)
Here is the latest marriage : A beauti
ful young woman sings in a manner to
make the queens of the opera jealous: a
young man bears her, and thinks that 10
much harmony cannot come but from a
beautiful soul.' The young man has thirty
millions, it is said ; ho Is a banker, ant?
amiable, although a millionaire. Tho
young woman Is an American. She is fa
mous in Paris for her goodness and hor
genius. She Is tho sister of the charming
!. r I. f n i , -r ?
who ui mo jiarijun 01 uaatseioup-L.auoat,
Miss Alico Pillle. Those millions do not
lead their owner astray, like so many oth-
Wltls lia (leamr ettteadanla, low aplr-
ueprcauon, in voinntary emimion,
osaor aetnen. Hitoriiiitf .irrliirM. 1,im !
power dlaay lieaut, lorn or m-iiiory,
t lareaicgea inipnenee anil ijsoe
rlllta. nod a lorerrlini cure In Slum.
phrey'a Ilomeopalhlc Npecllic
Twenty-elaxlit. Compo.ed of the moat talua
ble mild ana potent curative, they atnke a
onde at the roota ol the matter, tone up the era
irm, arreai inr ui.cnargea, nnu imparl viorana
anersy. lile and vitality to theentlie man. Tney
navecureu inouaanua 01 cue. 1'rice, it wr
lackageaof five boxes and a large !! rial, which
a rery Imnortaot lu olmtinato or old caaes, or II
ereillgluox. ooit. i all iiruKii-. ana mu
y mailon icelpt ol price. Addreas Humphrey'
Hpecific Homeopathic Medicine Co., Mi Jlroad
ay, r. i. t. ci.iiuii,
augKAicowawiy Agent, uairo, Illinois,
H. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOI, FEATHERS, CT('
93 OHIO LEVEE.
P. L. HUYETT, k SON,
Importers, Manufaoturers and Jobbers of
Bras and German Nllvcr
BAND INSTH UMENTS.
No. 25 S. Third Street,
0Cl9d3m. NT. I.OUIS, MO.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE
CIVIL AXP MKCHAMCAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
Broaa Bnlldlns;, corner Eleventh Htr
and lonmerciai ave vmru, aim.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATES for nil tranche!
of Ciril Engineering Bnd Architecture, nuch
aa Maps lor Countiea, Dislncta or Corporation",
t'lans ana uaicuiaiioua iur oirnm nu-i ,m.v,
rower, lor inauainai r.siauiiaiiineiiia, iur um,
stone or. Wooden llridges, fur Churches, Cour
Houses a"d other t'ublio llulldini;i, iiusiness anu
Dwelling Houses. Cottages, etc. etc., lurnlshed
Bhortt notice .29tfae
SAVE TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.
Htl(hael Dowd will furnish Stave Fuctorv Kind'
ling nice, dry. already-cut wood, in any part of
toe city, lor ai.w a nitguu iunu.
nere is a way 10 save uiuaivuiauio uuuuio in
vnnr hnllaeliol A.
Leave orders at McOanlcy's ding store, ord-
dreas them to Michael iowu, iiuuiiii mo poa..
omce. iut i ii
May be found at Reed ft Munn's from
ward. Any work in the
wilt receive prompt attention.
and a general blacksmithlng buainess carried on
Give him a trial. noristf.
8TETTAUERS & WINEMAN,
mroiTias asp joiuiis or
DB Y GOODS
13S Mlcblfau Avenue, Uelweeii Mini
liion and Monroe,
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
F TJ IsTI T TJ IB
UiisliiiiKl"ii-'iv., Ai'iir i(iii:i i:tifti-
OA IK", ILLINOIS.
Jlpr-. Ki!lititl llr-llM-rolr.irf t- inlintii ll.e
citltHiia of (iilr.i tint tliHV nr m iniitx'ti rlhit ll
km I. of "
PLAIN AND I'ANCV FURNITURE
And havh now on hand and lot e:ile, at
Wholesale mill Itrlnll,
All klnda, and wll conliuue tc keep at their
SALES ROOMS, IN THK1IS NEW IIUILDINO,
Every dlcriplion of cheap and coillr turnittire.
!"llarble Topl llurratia,
4rVanlrobcs, Sula Chairs,
oj,Sof' un J Malrafaes,
-Loungr, to , f tc,
Which they will Kinrtintee to hull
TVENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Thsn they can to taught from any other dealer In
the city. Oive thcin a call and satllr your-
SIXTY-F1VK FIRST PRIZE
THE (lit eat
WM. KNABE St CO.,
ORAM), bQUARE AND UI'ItlQIIT
Thoic InHtrumpnts iuivo been tefore tho nubile
for nearly thin v rear, and upon their excellence
alono AttAlnel an un$mrchat prtcmhienct, which
pronounces them unequaled in
BV All our Smart Hanoi have our new New Im
proved Ovosstrung hcalenrtl the Agrvflt Treble
At- We would rail snecial attention to our late
Patented llniuoveinenU in (imsu Ii.no and
Bqcake Uiuvrs, found In no oilier I'iaiio. uliich
brings the rlnuo nearer perfection than ha yet
EVERY 1'IANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
Illustrated CiUoloinies and Price Lists Promptly
furnished on nppllcHtion to
WM. KXAIIi: A CO.,
Or any of our regular established agencies.
UATCIIEI.OB'N II AIB It YE.
Tills superb Hnlr live is the best in the Wuniu
Perfectly Harmless, Reliable nnd Insthinteous.
ao disappointment, rto itidlculoua Tints or un-
ueaaam unor. i ne genuine w. a. uacneior
lair Dve nroducea I.MMKDUTELY a siilendlit
Illack or natural Brown. Does not Stum the
tikin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Soft and lleautl-
mi. i ne only aio jnu reriect nje.
Hold by all druggists. Fuctniy in llnnd Street,
New York, iatii2ldeodlwly
Happy relief lor young men from the cftecmo
errors and abuses in early lifo. Manhood re
stored, Nervous c'eblllty cured. Impedimenta
to marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment. New nnd reinnrkahlo remedies. Hooka
and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dresa HOWARD ASSOCIATION. NO. a South
NlothSt., Philadelphia., Ph. oclldttt
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Hen xlne, CiihoIIiip,
And the celebrated illtimlnnting
DROSS' IIUILDINO, COR. llTII-ST. & COM-MEUCIAL-AV.,
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CUR ANT UR
II CM I'll KEY'S
HAVE proved, from the mot amplo exper
ience, an Hntlrn auccMt Simple Prompt
htticlcnt and Reliable. They nro the only tneJl
clnca perfectly adapted to popular use so slin
hlfl that in "takfaeannnt l,n inftiln in u.lnt! Iliemi
an hnrmle .vs lo be frco from danger, nnd ")
eiucientns ta 00 alwaya reliable. I ney OttTe rn -ed
the hlgheil commendations from all, and w,, I
n'ways render satisfaction.
I, Cures Fet em, congestion, lnf1ammAtloiii,.j
n i.rm. wtirui lever, wuiiii inm- .
OyliiR.colic or teething ol infants, W
Illrrhnra, of children and adult.
ISyMonlery, griping, bdlous collc-.U
Cholern. colds, bronchltua .......15
XciimlKln, toothache, faccaclie..-Ji
Ileadaeliea, slek headache, vertigoU
isyapepln bilious stomarlir......
Suniircaietl, or painful pcrloda....2i
w lilies;, loo promse periuus.,
4'ronn. couuti. diftlcult breatlnnir...'i
iNnltMheiiiii, Krrslpclas, KruptionsU
lllieiimnllom, rheumatic pains... ..2..
Feternnri AKiie.cliill lever,agueM
Pile), blind or bleeding - .Vj
Olilillilriiiy, and sore or weak eyesSO
( nlnrrli, acuio or ehroulc, InlluenzaW
Asillimn, oppressed breathlnv ....M
Ijir IilarhiirKca. Impaired heanng&O
Ni-rorulii.enlargeil glands, swelling-60
flciicrnl Ilelillll), physical weak
ness ,. M
llropvy anil scanty Secretions .. .,M
Hen ,Nlckiict,lcKnesa from rldiniSo
lililney-IIUenae, Gravel. U)
Nerioim lltlilllly, seminal mil-,
ens. Involuntary dlsclJireef.- i up
l'lvelliixp, wits one Si vial of powder
very neiesary In serious cuses...5 m
23, " More .Mouth, ranker to
" I'rlnnry WonhnciM, welting ld..!W
'II, " Pnlnliil I'erliHN, withspa.ins Mi
'li, " Nli!lerillBH,at change of ,(p 1 ()
11, " i:illr,my,spain,nt Vltu.'.Unce.l lj
II, " iMiitherlniile, cm'id sore thr at W
oril.l in no Itiree litis, morocco
itrrmeniiiiil ruse, eonlnlnliiK
Hieflllc lor fitc-ry oiitltuiiry flln
'it ti family l subject l, mill
ImxiUh irllr-t IIiiiih from tlU lo $i.
7jiiMiir iiiiiiij hiiij a rritlllirrA .,
J lo uais irom a lo 81
pji oilic lor nl I'rltal)- IiI-kiiscx,
loth Iur I'lirllir nnd mr I'rcwil
lite Ircatinei.t, hi vinl.nud puctet
cases ..-..H m . U'J In 3
Oires limn-, llruisea, I, timelier ,-oteni.i, .-nri
'I hroii, npnd .s, T iocliiiuh , K iim he, Ni urlg a,
Rheuiii.iti.m, LuiiiiMg i, I'Hi s. Iloil', HI r.
Sore K,-, liln-.lng I id Lung-, N ?tiii.
ach, or of Piles; itrn-, fleers, oTi eorts.
P.loe, lioz., M el. , l'i,u. si.,vjj Q jiris, $1 ;
"Ollie-u rtiM'ii e, eiccpi p,.ni s t xl wt,
bv the ca or sing Ijix, are l.t In any purl
thevoiilitiv, b) null nr expres-, Ice idilare.
on receipt m tin-pri-v. Aildre
IIII3I K' U'aTIIIC MEDICI NK t O
FOR Sil.f: II V I' .-.CIRH, i.AlUo, UN,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY,
Mrs. I Cures colic and grilling
trillTlonil'S J in the bowel-, and ra-
l clhtates the process cf
Jlrs. r nubdiies c o n r uNir n
trillTl'OJlirS I and jrercotnea all dis
h)rup, ea.es incident tn In-
V woia aim cnuuren.
)Irs. r Cures diarrhea, disen
a ot nil f
ii in i lunii .s i lery anu summer
It It the Great Infant's and Children's noothin?
Remedy In all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause. Prepared by the
GRAFTON MEDICINE CO., fet. Louis, Mo.
Sold by Druggists an ealcrs In Medicine
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Cotinseloi
to the Married or
fltn... nlirttiltn tnsrrv
mysteriesnnd revelations of the sexual si fit in
on the physiological
n,m me Mirsmi-gijiriii."" m jiruuuvillg aiiu pe-
tenting oll.pring, preserving tnecompiexton,c.
This is an interesting work of two hundred and
twenty leur paget, witn numerous cngravingt,
and contains valuable information for those who
are married nr contemplate marriage; still it isa
book that ought to be under losk and key, and not
laid carelesly about the house,
fcent to any one (free of postage) for.V) cent
Address Dr. Hulls' Dispensary, No. 12,
Eighth street, 'it. Louts, Mo.
oi Ice to the Aflllcttil nml Curort iiimle.
Before applying to the notorious Quacks who
advertise lu the public papers oruslnit any Ouack
remedies, peruse Dr. liutts work, no matter
wnat your utsease is or now ueploraoie your con'
mail, on thedlsae.es mentioned in his works,
office, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet. Market and
Chesttint St Louis Mo. nn'Jdwb'
Use these only, and sate time, heal h nnd
money. Il.Oiai reward lor any case of dlseate, In
any state which they tail tn cure.
UK. 1UU11AU t uuuur. IJALSAJl,
Nos. I aud 2, are .he greate.t alteratives known
DR. HlCllAU'hlJOLDE.N ELIXIR D'AMOL'It
Is the greatest tunic and astringent ir thomed
DR. RICH AH'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
Is the only reliable diuratic.
These remedies are not advertised tn ctirenl
complaints, and benefit none ; but are gnainnteed
toetlecta radical and spcedd cute in nil cases for
which they are recommended, when all other
treatment has failed. Tens of thousand yearly
recover by their use, who have lost all hope, and
been pronounced as incuii.bleby the best of our
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore threat nnd
mouth, sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
colored oiotcnea, aorene.s oi irie scnip, scroillia,
etc. It la the greatest renevator. alterative and
blood purlncr known, removes nil mercury from
he m stem, nnd leave, the blood puro nnd
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN IIALSAM,
Sn. " cures mercurial ailection.. rheumatism In
all Its lorms, and. gives immediate itllefln n
cases. . .
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOIK,
A radical cure for all urinary derangements
Price, 1 per bottle.
DR. RICHAU'S GULDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR.
A ridlcal cure Inrnervoua or ccnernl debility, in
old or young, Imparting energy with nnnderfu
Prico 3 per bot'le, or two fur 5'J.
On receipt ol price, these remedies 111 bo ship
ne,1 tn r,nv place. Prompt attention paid to all
correspondents. None genuine without tho name
of DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN REM ElilES, II. H.
RiciiARtii, sole proprietor," blown la giiss oi
Circulars sent. Traile eupplled ns n liberi.1 dis
count. Address, Dr. D. 11. Richards, 221 nrlek-st., N.
ay-Send money by express or order goods
through your Druggist, and joii will meet with
"X7"E have re-opened the Central Elevator, and
Y aro now prepared to handle grain with dis
patch nt redurel rafw, as follows :
For receiving bull; grain, weighing In nnd out,
including live days' storage, J4'o per bushel.
Fur a.icklng and transler iu.u hal tent nddl
For each ten daya afler tlio llrst live one-hull
cent per bushel. J, 1,'. 1IUCKINGIIAM,
Ciirn. III.. Nor. . U7I. nnvtuiot.
CO A I. AMI WOOII.
WOOD ! WOOD ! ! WOOD ! I !
The undersigned will furnlsli
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Ciiciiii, II not Clieiiier
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
on tho slates at tho PostoDico ami at Ross con
yard, on Commercial avenue), between Tenlh and
Twelfth ureets, Cairo, Ilhnoli. I give good
measure ami win curd the woou up ji ucirr".
aiigiu-lf DENNIS HALEY
V . M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WARD la prepared to deliver Ihebeal
, 11 ro Wood and ntono Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And In any iuantlty desired, on short notice,
COAL DELIVERED at 1.60 per ton
ur r iur. uver jieerwari, wrm .u. i. muiri
Iwodoora above tho corner of Eighth street and
ii mm ere I lavenne. JccOil
htovks. Tixw.vnr, ETC,
A. II A L Ji E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Cloth's Wringers VolleJ
ware, Coal Hods, File Shovels, Air Gates,
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 1GG Washington-avenue,
olrnoofing, Guttering, nnd all kinds of job
work doneat shoilest nonce. lebldtf
An n.ortmfnt ot tho abnve cans, securely
parked lor shipment, for salo at Cincinnati prices
and Irclght, by HARCI.AY HROH.,
Drug and Paint Dealers, 71 Ohio Levee,
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. D.
tSTTIIE CAUSE AND CURE OP CON
SUMPTION. Tho primary cauio of Consump
tion Is derangement of the digestive organs. This
derangement produce deficient nutrition and as-etmllallo-j.
Ily ssilmilatlon. I rr.3a:i that process
by which the nntrimciit of the food Is converted
Into blood, and thenco Into thoto'.ldsof the body.
Persons with digestion thus Impaired, having tho
tllgbtcit prcdlf position to pulmonary disease, or
if they take cold, will be very llablo to liavo Con
sumption of the Lungs In some of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will bo lmpo.lhle to euro any cao
of Consumption without f.nt restoring a good
tllgcstlon and healthy airlmllatlon. The very tint
thing to be done Is to chanso the stomach and
bowels from all diseased rauens and idlmo which
aro clogging theso organs so that tl.cy carmot per.
farm their functions, and then route up and re
store tho liver to a healthy action. Tor this pur
pofc, tho surest and best remedy Is Schcnck's
Mandrako Pills. These Pills clean tho stomach
and bowels of all the dead and morbid ellmo that
tscanslng dlieasoand decay in tho wholo fjstem.
They will clear out tho liver t.f all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, and arouse It up to a
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
.The stomach, bowels, nnd llvcrnre thns cleansed
ny irien ?wr r-cnrncK' .sinmtraice nil ; Dnt tncra
remains In tho stomach an excess of acid, the or
can Is torpid nnd tho appetite poor. In tho bow
els, the lacteals are vvcjk. and ifrjulrlng strength
nndiupport. It Is m aovudltlon liko this that
Schcnck'a Seaweed T'uile proves tn bo tho moi t
yaluablo remedy ever di.covcred. It Is alkaline,
and its use w 111 neutralize all excess of add, mak
ing tho stomach tweet and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tone to this Important organ, and ere
nto a good, hearty appetite, and preparo tho sys
tem for tho first process of n good digestion, anS
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains tc
euro most cases of Consumption Is tho frco and
persevering; use of Schenck's lulmonIc Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Syrttp nourishes tho system, purl
Acs tho blood, and Is readily ab'orbcd into tha
circulation, and thenco distributed to tho diseased
lungs, Tbero It ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er in the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Naturo tn expel all tho diseased matter In
tho form of frco expectoration, when onco ltrl
Vcns. It Is then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of SchcncU'a Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities arc healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured.
Tlio essential thing lo bo tlono In curing Con
sumption Is to get up n good nppellto nnd a good
digestion, so that thu body w 111 grow In flesh and
pet strong. Ifn person has diseased luiig., n cav
ity or abscess thew, tho envlly cannot heal, tho
matter cannot ripen, so lorn; as tlio system Is be
low par. What la necesmrr lu euro Is n noir or
der of things, a good appetite, n good nutrition,
tho bdy tn grow In flesh nnd fet fat: then Na
ture Is helped. I ho cavities v ill heal, tho matter
will ripen nnd bo thrown 1 In largo quantities,
nnd tho person regain health and strength. This.
Isthotruo nml only plan to ot Consumption,
nnd if a person Is very bad. if tlio lungs aro not
entirely tle-troycd, or even l lung I entirely
gone, if thcro Is enough vlmlliy lot' in tlio other
tu heal up. thcru is hope.
I have seen many persons cured, with only nno
nund lung, live nt.d eujny life tu a good old age.
This U what tchencUV Medicine will do lo euro
Consumption. They will clean nut the stomach,
sweeten and etrcuglhen It, get lip a good diges
tion, and glvo Natur j the iii-tauei sen needs tn
clear tho system cf till the tllna.o that Is In tho
lungs, whatever tho f,,rm may be.
H Is Important that, whilo using Scliencl;
Medicines, care should lo xcnlsitTnut to tako
cold; keep In-duors In cool end damp weather;
avoid ulght-alr, and tak nt dot r exercise onlj
In a genial nnd warm iiin.h'.i .
I wish It dl-lluctly iindcieii i d tl at when 1 re
commend n patient to ho enn lul In ugnrd to tak
ing cold whllo u. lug my iticcMi mes, I do so for a
special reason, A i mu w ho I as l.m partially re
eovcred from lha effects ' f n I ad cold Is fvr mora
llablo to a rchpsn lliau cue who liaa been cutlrcly
cured, nml It b precisely thu sumo In regard U
Consumption. S long ns tho lungs aro not per.
fcclly healed. Just so long Is llitiu imminent clan,
per of n full return of thu disease. Ilcncolils
that I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients,
against exposing llicuisrtvi lo (in ntmuspheru
that Is not genl.il nnd pleasant. Continued Con
sumpllves' lungs uro n ma cf sores, which tho
least chuiL'O of atmnsnheru will inilame. 'lha
grand seoret of my nieces with my medicines
.onslsts In in v ability tu lubdiio Inflammation In
stead of pruvnklng It, ni many of thu faculty do.
All lullauied htug cannot with rnfety to the pa
tient b cxpjsed tn tho biting blasts of winter oi
Iho chilling winds nt spring or autumn, 11
should bo circfully shielded fiom all Iriltallng In.
flucnres. Tho iitiun-t coition ihnuld loobseived
In this particular, as without It a euro under ut
most any circumstance Is an Impn'slblllly.
The pursuit slimi'd bu kept in n wholesome and
nutrition diet, uud all tho pucllclne continued
until tho body hat icttnrcil to It thu natural
ipiantltyof lU-.li and tlreugtli.
I was myself cured by this treatment of tho
worst kind of Consumption, nml havu lived to
f;et f.it nml hearty Ihtsa mimy curs, with uno
ling mostly gone, I havo ciiicd thousand since,
and very many havo been cim.il by thi trvnlmcnt
whom I h ivo never sen.
I About tho 1st of October, I expect tn tako pos
rcsslon of my now building lit Iho norlhciut cor
ner of Sixth and Arch Sticet. u hero I shall hq
pleased tu glvo udvlco In all who may require It.
I Full directions accompany nil my remedies, so
I that a person lu any part of tho woild can bo read
ily cured by n ilrlct obncrvnmn of tho fame.
J. II. SCIIENCIC, M.D.,
HURLBUT& EDS ALU
32 Lnko-stroot, Chicago, AVliolosnlo Agent
A victim of early indiscretion, musing nenous
deblllly, prematura decay, etc., having tried in
vain ovcry advertised renioly, liai discovered
simple mean of self-euro, vhicli ho will send
ficnto hi fellovv-stillerer; . II. Reeves, No, "8
Nassau street, New Yoiit, nugJIwIy
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,. 4:28 "
,.. 6:17 "
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npriugneiu u.-u "
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" Flora. -':55 " T;00"
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west and west.
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At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
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