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73
S. WALTERS,
neural
AUD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
Til sll I Vf! t.vti nvn a i iirwt'u
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS .SOLICITED.
TKAM1J0AT LUMHKH.
Furnished on shortest nolle.
iiiiiiercial-av, bet. 10th aud llth-am.,
anno, iu.ixoi.
HAI.OO.NN
EL DO HA DO
LLIAItl) SALOON AND 111 IN
ROOM.
JOHN UATEM, I'mprlelor.
Commercial Avenue, CAlltO, ILLINOIHJ
iu'jd lurnisneii iuitirie. o-Bl 01
iW"i and br supplied null fnes, liquors
Kill Ui W1C I DPI! IiriLlllll.
H. LEW fi CO.,
ptllta 10
IDES AND FURS,
wool, ri-.ATiir.iw, kit..
J3 OHIO X. IB V IE E.
Uaiho, Illinois.
slttf
P.L. IIUYETT, A SOX,
JSICAL MEROIfANDTS'F
Urns anil Uerman Kilter
VND INSTRUMENTS,
No. 25 S. Tin iti) Street,
JdJrn. ST. I.Ol'IN, MO.
n iivma.
coa.n.it' imtssrisa
UMAN & HAUENSTINE
civil ami mechanical
NG1NEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
Rnlldlnsr, earner Eleventh Kir
id I'ummfrcUl m Cstlro, lll.
N3 AND SPECI FICATIONS for nil trine he i
' Citii Engineering anil Architecture, such
ci lor Counties, District or Corporation.
o
, and Calculations for Steam ant Water
r, for Industrial Establishments.for Iron,
i er woooen iiriugrs, lor onurcnes, wiur
oi aDd other Public lluildingt, business and
ling Houses, Cottages, etc. etc., lurnished
t botle 'ivtfse
KINDLING.
n: TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.
To Housekeeper I
i,.l Tinsil will furnish blare Factory kind-
-nice.liry, already-cut wood, In any part of
illy, for jl.M) a wagon load.
re Is a way to sate Incalculable trouble In
OOUSf IIUI.4.
tve orders at McGanley e drugstore, or ad-
thcra to Michael Dowd, through tho pos..
tlUT l II
pp:te smith,
be found at need A Munn's from
Any wont in tne
BLACKSMITHING LINK
receive prompt attention.
llorit-Skoeing,
i central blacksmithlng builnen carried on.
mm a trial. uoinu,
TETTAUERS & WINEMAN,
mroirtas and joints or
HjIT goods
NOTIONS,
Mlchlgnn Avenue, Jtetweou Maul
laoii and Monroe,
OniOAGO.
cWeowlm.
QBOCERIEM AND DUY GOODS.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
FIAL1E IM
. - w -ar s--r t-v t -r r
DHY-GOODS,
' ittoNS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
IIATB AND CArB, TC,
luit recelyeii a heaiy stock of Boots and
bliooi, Hosiery and Notions,
R SALE FOR CASH VERY OIIE AP
alio has fine stock of Family Groceries ot
every mua.
HNER SIXTHT. AND COMMER
OIAL-AV.,
THE BULLETIN.
I'liMlcntlou OHIco, Jtiillrlln liiilMliifc,
.SPECIE PAYMENTS,
Mil. 8UM.VEHi Httl, TO KEHTOKE TIIK
HAM E.
On Monday .Mr. .Sumner Introduced in
tha Sonhto (lid followlnir Mil lu nutliorlzo
compound IiiUtcsI notci ui it substltuto for
logal tender notes :
Secrio.v I. lit it
U,.HU... lll.l
swruiar 0i i no ircmury bo and lie It
licrtbv authorlzud anil ritrfn.1 .....
paro for circulation, compound Intorest
num., iiiuai ia amount to ilia outttaiidlni;
leL'ftl tundor notes nml rrilnnl ......
cyof the United States, and in Ml reipocti
titnilar to tnoiA Immt tftm (IIArl iiniln.
... - ..v,. v'avy( w IllblSU UI'UOI
ttio act approved Morch 3, 1808, entitled
-iin atv 10 proviue wayi and moans ror
tlio itipport of tho government."
SEC. '1. Tlint thpsn nnlni nf ,tltrrnn( .1..
nomliiatlons to the amount (if $10,000,000
sliall bo dated on tlio flmt day of oaeh
IllOntll. COIfllllPtlpInc utlli In. Itr.l .1w ..I
uuij.iivii ui aunig, wnen uio amount sliall
bo rnndv rnrUni nml tli.in .rin..aa n
the Ur day of each month, until tlio re-
Huisiioamouni mail bo rurniilieu.
SliC. 3. Tin nnti.. Him. nr,vl,U,l .l,u i
Paid out fur nil ilitlitiriiiii..nt if 1 Ilia t rnas.
ury, eiccpl thoie duo in coin, to loni; as
auuivieiu lurino purpoie; ana ir
tho whole montlilv li,inl tunnt f hnl fluid
disposed of, it shall be tho duly of the sec
retary of tho treasurr to .r)iUfn.u tl,,.
surplus for the present leal no'.cs, so far
n lii.tntuun', ui ni luuiuii sum en ten mil
lions may be put Into circulation each
month.
SEC. 4. Thntit tll:il!lictlin rlntv ,.r 1 1,..
iccretary til the treasury to cause tliedcs
truction of Is-yul tenders, each month, to
an exti nt c-'iunl to tlio notes inucd under
mis nci.
Sec. 5. Tli n t tliH tn.1,.. nr,, I...
HCt shall, at the iiiitinn nf llin linM..r l.u
coiivertlblu hi the end oftwo yrars in juiju
'ii oiuu or iu tnuiiiii lulu luirn r i,
L' tilted Static, not linvnn- li,s ilmn in
nor inure tlmii 10 jeur. to run, nd bear
ing lnttret ul tl.i ruteol'6 perci-nt, and
thu secretary of the taeasury U hereby
autlionzcd to inuc such bond?.
Sec. 0. That whenev r these nous and
the bonds into which they may be convert
ed, can be old at par in j;old, tho Secretary
of thu Treasury may sell thorn In sums as
may be culled lor, and apply the proceeds
In (old to concel lecal tender notles as
they nro paid Into the Treasury.
Skc. 7. That thu iiolei issued under tills
act shall constitute no part of thu legal
currency rciervo requird by tho National
lianka.
NEK VOL'S DEBILITY,
and tlireatrurd Imnrtence and l.ll
cillla, anda InterelKn cure) In Hum.
phrey'si llomropnllilr MpeclUc o
THeuly.elKliI. Compo.ed ol the must ralua
b.i- milo nu potent mratives, they strike a
onl at the roots ot the matter, tone up the rs
tern, arrest tho dl. charges, and linaart slgoran.1
jnerry, 111 and titalit to theentu man. Tney
hae cured thousands of case.. Price, $5 per
(.ackigesol lite bone, ami a large U rial, which
is sery Irctiorlant iu oUtinate or old eases, or II
,rslnKl( box. bold by all drusglsts, and sent
by mad on fcept ol pnte. Address Humphrey
HKiflc llomeo,thlc Medicine Co., itti Ilroad
. 1 fcCHUH,
aulMionavily Auent, Cairo, Illinois.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPANY.
Is fircpared to supply ru.tuiner win, thu best
quality o.
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
COAL.
KIiKltS left at llallldny Ilros. oince, 70 OHIO
i-r. r.r., or ai me uoai iara neiow tiieM.
Charles Hotel, will recelTo prompt attention
TIIKTUU "JHU.NTAl'K" Will lis
lag coal aloex
side steamers at any hour.
OC231I
IIAnilEHB.
J. GEO. STEIN1IOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Cor. Alti-at. and Ooniiiierclnl.uv.
sM8harp Rstors.
sj-t;iean lowen anu
Jt-rikUlfulUVcikineD
a-Ladles' and children's hair cut and sham
pooed, either at tha shop or at their own hoinen.
sMTdentlem en r whiskers and hair dyed in a
iiuc m oner, oatisiaciion gusranteea.
CO A I. AND WOOD.
WOOD ! WOOD ! ! WOOD I ! !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, it not Cheaper
Than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leaie ordeis
on the elates at the l'ostoftlce onH at Hons' coal
yard, on Commercial arenue, between Tenth ami
Twelfth streets. Cairo, Illinois. I five good
measure and will cord the wood up If desired.
auKlti-tf DKNNIS HALEY.
F. M. IV All J),
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FM. WARD la prepared to delirer the boal
, Fire Wood aud clone Coal
IN ANY TART OF THE CITY,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per ton
OFFICE Oyer Ileerwart, Orth A Co.'a stoye.
two doors abore the corner of Eighth street and
Cnmmerr layenua. deetit
MI8CELLANEOVH.
HIDES 1 FURS ! ! PELTS ! ! I
33 TJ" 33 3ST 23 T T &c C O .
Have opened a Hide Store in Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where the highest cash prico wn
be paid for Hides, Sheep Felts, Furs and, Tal
low. We will pay higher prices thau was erer be
fore paid for the same articles in this city.
Come and see us,
with ItH gloomy attendants,, low anlr
I la" denrinklon, I volunlury emlwlon,
loaaof aenien, eriualorruorM, looa ol
Isower' dlaxr Iirrui. Ii,.. nr m.m.
ocUlf
UUBNETT C01
THE. CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
I'CRNITCRE.
SAVE TWENTY I'KK CENT
Hy buying your
EICHHOFF BROS.,
FUKNITUHE FACTORY,
V4illllll(,-Iil.ltv., Xl'lir 4'tisltini lloilKf
CtIKO, ILLINOIC.
Slei.r-. Iticlilioit llnillier.ilr.ire in iiilnriii II. e
cltlS'iii f Uitlrn th.it thei 4tv liMiiil'acli.rlng nil
kind, ul
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And lute not. on hxnd and lui .sir, at
Wlioleanlc and Itetall,
All kimls, and ll continue tc keep at their
SALES KOOll, IN THUIIt NEW IICILDI.VO,
Erery discretion of cheap and cosily lurnllure,
luchas
.rarted UedsterMs,
WJIarble Topped Ilureaus,
f"Sideboardn, WA)tand.
AWarilrobes, Sola Chairs,
B.ofa and Mutraaes,
4S-Lounges, etc , ete.,
Which they will guarantee to aell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can 1 bought from any other dealer in
the city. Oive them a call and satlsly onr
elf. l2i.llt
I'lAXOS.
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
.MEDALS AWARDED
TIIK O It EAT
BALTIMORE
MAXUrACTOIlY
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Manufacturer! of
GRAND, SqUAHE AND UPBIQHT
XJJSTO FOBTES
HALTIMOHE, MAUYI.AND.
These Instruments have been hefora the nnbllo
for nearly thlrlr vears. and lllioti their exeellenee
alone attained an nnpuTthmtd prtemintnet, which
pronounces inem unequaicu in
TONE,
TOUCH, t
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
Oat All our Soutirt Ptanot have our new New Im
prnted Ovatatrupg ecale ard the Agrrft Trtllt
CsT We would mil uneelsl ntlentlnn to niir Inle
Patented Improvements in da.su I'iinos and
SQViKt (iasirs, found in no other Piano, which
orings inn 1'iano nearer periection than has yet
been attained,
KVERY PIANO FULLY "WARRANTED FOR
riYE YEARS,
Illustrated Culaloeues and Price Llsla nromntlr
furnished on application to
M M. H.VAI1K A CO.,
OiLTIUOBS, Mil.
Or any of our regular established agencies.
oc lOeodanOm
Nl'EClAIi XOTICKS.
IIATCIIEI.OK'S IIAIlt DYE.
l'hU superb Hair I)o la the atsr is the Woam
Perleclly Harmless, itcliahle and Instlunteous.
No disappointment. No Itidlculous Tints or Un
pleasant uuor. ThaReuuine w. A. Ilachelor'.
Hair Hvo produces IMMEDIATELY u Hnlemllil
lllack or natural Drown. Dooh not Slain the
Skm, but leaves the Hair Clean, Soft and Uoauli.
iui. ineouiy oaio inn rertect nyo.
Sold by all druggists. Faciei y HI Bond Street,
New York, ianj2ldeodiwIy
ON MARRIAGE.
to marriage removed. New method of treat
ment, New and remarkable) remedies. Bonki
and circulars sent tree, in sealed envelopes. d
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2 Boutl
Ninth Bt Philadelphia,, Pa. ocKdSDlt
PARKER & BLAKE,
BCAtSKX IN
WALL PAPER, PA'INTS,
l'titty, Ucnzlue, Ouaollnr,
WHTDOW GIiASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
And tho celobrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
11H08H' BUITiDIKO, COIl. lVfll-ST. A COM-MEnCIAL-AV.,
Cairo, Illinoib.
augtotf
MEDICAI,.
SIM1LIA SIMILIBUS 0UKANTUJI
lUmi'HItKY'N
HOMEOPATIIIO SPECIFICS
T.FAVE nroved. from tho tnot tmrls rtner
JUL Unco, an enllrn success! Simple I'r l, pt
i.ui;ieiiinnii ifceiiaoie, i oey aro too oni I eoi
c nei perfectly adapted to popular use m ilm
tile lllbl tnl.L'ikp. r .innnt l,n tnmln In mini tl pm:
k ' harmlen n. t lio free from danger, Abd so
ciucieutas iu uo a niys rciiaoic iney ritive rins
ed tho hlgheil commendations from all, and will
a'ways render satisfaction.
No. Cents.
1, Cures Ve vera, congestion, InllamtnallonS.lU
Z, " Worms, worm feter, woim colic
3, " Cryln(rolic or teething ol infantK...'
4, " IHrrhoea, of children and a,ult...W
fti " Ityacnlery.gilping. bdlous colic.Ki
Ci " Cnolera-morbus, vomiting.... ....W
i, " noicra. coias, oroncniius
s. " Nciir..larla. tootluche. faceache...,
C, 11 Ileiidaelica, slek hesdache, vertlgo'ii
lu, " Dyapepala b.liuus atomache- M
, niiiiireaei,or piniui perioua...':
IV. " WliHe. too profuse lieriods......';
13, Croup, eoiigh, dltncult breatlung...'
14, tKalt llhenm. Erysipelas, EruptlonsSi
to, aaciimsiism, rneumiic pains t-t
fever and A a" lie, chill later, aguesM
1'llesi, blind or bleeding. .Ml
Ophttllrmy, and sore or weak eyt-rfi
Cnlarrli, aeuio or ehroulc, InfluentaW
M'hooplnK-CoiiKh, violentcoiigha.V)
Aallimn, oppressed breathing
t.nr Dlaeharu-ea, Immilred hearing
S..nrlH a. In. ....I ..l.n.la .v.llin.l
ID.
1,
'til.
21.
tl.
a,
HI, " Uencrnl beblllly, physical weak.
n Ui
i', " Uropayand scanty Secretion 60
i't, rsen Nicunesns.sicaness from rldlru&o
SI. " Hltlney-DUeane, Mrarel M
1, " Acrvoua Debility, seminal emis-
uns.lnroluntarr Uischargea .1 oc
I'lteltoxes, wits one 82 rial of powder
terv necesiiarv In eerloua cusei....A 1st
21, ' More Motitll, canker (Hi
3", " t'rlunry Wcakncsm, wetting bed..0O
31, " I'nlnlnl I'crltMla, with fiKi. ins.
Ii, " hnllerlllRatchaogeoriife.... 1 no
II, " ):iillet)y,paaine,ot.VitijaMance.! 00
ii, " Dlpllierluule, crated iore tlir at V
FAMILY i:ahki.
Ofa.l to 00 li rue vlHln.itinrorco
or nm'wiiiHl rase, eontnlnlnsr n
Mierlllc for eterv iiMllnnrr alia-
ar n Ininlly issllbjerl to, and
liooliH orillrci lion ..ironi tlu to HA
Mm .11. r s ninlly hii, 'I'mi elliifr c.i is,
to uiiim irom bJ to 81
r-p Citii- lor ail 1'rltlllo lllkeiisesi,
IhiIIi lr Curiiii; and mr I'rosen.
live tieullueiil, in viulsand Kesel
ch.i In n
lUMi's hXTKAOT
Oire lluril", llrulse., I..menes , "Olene.s, iii
'I Iiiimi, ."puil a. Tuueliaelir, Kilnche, N.lirMlgia
HheiitiiHtum, l.uiul,g', iMts. Hull., rjti.iv.
hore Kje, liienlii.g , Hie Lima", N ee, stem
aell. nrol I'lk-, l.nii,!., er", Ull rtniei..
I' n;e, tint , U el. . I'l t. l.yij J i irte, S I 7 .
-o"'l'liefe rillie.li. e, I lev pi I'elel - Kxliaet,
It) tne van- in -uig.e Im,x .ue -. lit c, hiiv p.rl o!
llie . .jiilili , In in ,n in mprestt, in e nt elinrve,
i,U receipt til ll,e priee. Vldrc-
IIL'nl'llltr.YV el'LCIMU
ll.l.MK.ll' I II IC MKhiCINK i U.
Dili... Kiel li.ni. ,. . .... llriM,lw, .Nn..t ,,r
Foil a .l.f. IIY V -t .I'll.t .MlliJ, III.,
a. glS.e,in
LOOK TO YOUR. CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
Mrs.
IT COX
I Cures colic ami irrfnlnir 1 I'rle.
IV II I tl'J.M tl'H I . , , , . , I . - '
i, ii.i vvmii ,1 i iii inn iiunri", unu la I z
Syrup.
I cllitates the process cf ( Csats
L teethlnir. J
J
'i
Mrs. feubdues conrul.ir.ns ) Prlfe.
i miiujoit n i ana jsercomes anaipe-
Si
byrap. 1 ra.en incident to In
I faots and ehlldt en.
rents.
1'rlrt,
Mrs. f Currs diarrhea, disen
ularrnea, dlsen i
id summer com I
inchildienot all f
nuiii.ua U K i tery ana
Kyrap. j pla:ntin
Cents.
Ills the Great Infant's and Children's .toothing
Kerned y in all disorders brought on by Teeihing
or any other cause. Prepared by the
aiUFTON MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by Druggists an eaters In Medicine
ererywhere. tyTdwCm
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Counselor
to the M.irrled or
thnse alioulto marry
on the iihleioluk.'ical
mysteries nnd revelations
nf the nexunl HHtem
with the latestdlscoreries in produciiig and pre
venting orlspring, preerving tnecompiexion, ie.
This is an inlercnting work of two hundred and
twenty Itur pages, witn nuir.emu engravings,
and contains valuable information for tiioewno
arn married or contemplate marringe-, still it isa
book thaloiiuhtto lie under lo-.'k ami key, and not
taldcarelesslyaboutthe house,
bent to any one (free of posiace) for M cent
Address Dr. Butts' Diapensarv, No. 12,
Eighth street, '.it. Louts, M0
notice to the Afltlcted aiiil Jufiirtunalc.
before applying to the notorious Quacks who
advertise iu tne public papers or using any Quick
reineuies, jieruse iir. itiiii.- wnrt. ,ait.i
what your disease Is or how deplorable yuur eon,
dition.
Dr. Butts csn be consulted, personally or at
mall, on the dlsaeies mentioned in his works,
office, No. 12 N. Eighth street, Let. Market and
cnettuni ot um Mo. tmiidwiv
DR. RICHAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Uae these only, and save time, health and
monev. 31.000 reward lor any ease of disease, in
any slate which they tail to cure.
UJl. ItlUllAU ft DULiUK uALSAjI,
Nos. 1 and 2, are ,hegreatet alteratives known
Dlt. lUCHAU'at.OLDEN ELIXIU D'AMOUH
Is the creates! tunic and astrinnent Ic the me i
cal list.
Dtl. RICHAII'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
ia the only reliable diuraiic.
These remedies are not advertised to cure al
complaints, and benefit none ; but are guaranteed
toetlecta rndlcal and speedd cine inali cases for
wnicn tney are recommenueu, wnen an otner
treatment has failed. Tens of thousand yearly
recover by their use, who hate lost all hope, and
been pronounced as incuublo by lh best of our
medical faculty.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No, 1. cures ulcers, ulcerated nore thri.at nml
mouth, sore eves, cutaneous erutitlo&N. ttinnnr
color. i blotches, soreness nf the calp, w.iolulj.
etc it is me greatest reneimor. uuerauvo arm
blood purifier known, rennves ull mercury Irom
Ihe ststein, nnd leaves the blood pure and
healthy.
IIR. HIOHAU'S GOLDEN IIAIAM,
No. 2, cures meicurlal atlection, rheumatism in
all its tortus, anl gives immediate relief in a
cases.
DK. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE.
A radical cure for all urinary derangements
rriee, 1 1 per noiue,
Dlt. ItlUHAU'ri GOLDEN KLIXIH D'AMOUH.
Arulicai euie mrnervnus urcenerul delnllty. in
oldorjoung, imparling energy w iih wnndcrfu
etlect.
Price V per botile, or two for ill.
On receipt ol price, these remedies a III be ship
neil tn anv idacc. l'ronmt attention paid to all
correspondents. None Pennine without ilie name
of lilt. HICHAU'S GOLDEN UKMr'.l'IKrt, U. II.
lliciuans, eole proprietor, ' t'lown in gns ui
bottles.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as a liber. I dis
count.
Address, nr. D.u.ltlcliards,22) vaneg.st , .-v.
arjjend money by express r mder goods
through your Druggiit, and you will meet with
no loss.
IIOOTN AMD HHOi:
WILLIAM E1ILERS,
Fashionable
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
Ketween Washington avenue and Poplar Street
CAIRO, ILL,
Hoots aud Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
Satisfaction warranied.
Patronage Hullcited.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sots Anr.Nuv roa
"BEOLASKI'S"
CimTOM-MADE
15 0 0 T S A N D S II 0 E S
Coniiiiert'liil Avenue, Corner of ElijNth
Nlreel,
Cairo, Illinois.
particular attention paid to all or'
dera for noorr.uiKTs and suokb,
DECEMBER 10, 1871.
NTOVEN. TINWARE, ETC,
A. HALLE Y,
DEALER IN ST0VE.S,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Voile"
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire Shovels, Air Gates.
suscricu'arB or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IKON WARE.
No. 1GG Washington-avenuo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
erllOofintf. Glllterillir. Still all bin, la nf InK
work done ill shortest notice Icbldif
Oil. CAM.
mam
i
An fuortment ol tho nbovo cAn securely
f u ..r unipint'm, ior "aif ni . mcmnau price?
null irtripni, VJ HAUXJitAl IJUU-5.,
Vruaaod Vant Dealers, "I OhloLeroc.
CONSUMPTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. D.
t2T THE CAUSE AND CUHE OF CON
SUMPTION. The primary canso of Consump.
Hon Is derangement of the digestive organs. This
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
ImllMlou. lly assimilation. I nysitt that process
by which tho nutriment ol !m food Is converted
Into blood, and thenco Into tho solids of the body.
Tenons with dlfcsllon thus Impaired, liavlng tho
slightest prcdlrpotltlou to pulmonary disease, or
If they take cold, will be very liable to havo Con.
sumption of tho Lungs lu some of Its forms ; aud
I hold that It will be Impossible to euro any case
of Coniumptlon without flr.t restoring a pood
digestion and hcaUhyarrlmllatlou. Tho very lint
thing to bo done Is to cleanse the stomach and
bowels from all diseased mucus nnd sllmo which
are clogging these organs to that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouse up and re
store the liter to a healthy action. For this pur
pose, tho surest and best remedy Is Schcnck's
Mandrake Pills. Tlicso Pills clean tho stomach
and bowels of all the dead and morbid sllmo that
Is causing discaso end decay hi tlic-uhole system.
They will clear out tho liver of all diseased bile
Itiat has aeriimiilaled there, nnd arons It n torn
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile Is secreted.
.The stomach, bow els, and liver aro thus cleansed
by the use of Schcnck's Mandrake Pills ; but there
remains In the stomach an excess of add, the or
gan Is torpid and tho appetite poor. In the bow
els, tho lacteal! arc wca!;. nnd ii'iulrlng strcagth
nndsapport. It Is in n condition like this (hat
Schonck's Seaweed Tonic proves to bo tho most
valuable remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its uso w 111 neutralize all excess of add, mak
ing tho stomach sweet aud. fresh; It will glvo
permanent touo to this important organ, nnd cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, and prepare, tho sys
tem for the first process of a good digestion, nnfl
ultimately make good, healthy, lit lug blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains t
cure most cases of Consumption Is the free ant
pcrsevcrlns use of Schcnck's lulmonlc Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrup nourishes tho system, puri
fies the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into tha
circulation, and thenco distributed to the diseased
lungs. There it ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
aulas Naturo to expel all tho diseased matter la
tho form of free expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. It Is then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of Schcnck's I"nlmonlc Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up sound,
and my patient is cured.
Tho essential thing to bo done In curlnj? Con
snmptlon is to get iipagiind appetlto arid a rood
digestion, so that tho body w III grow In flesh and
fet strong. If n poison has diseased lung", a cav
tyor abscess there, tho cavity cannot heal, tho
matter cannot liiicn, so lung ns Ihe system la be
low par. What N ncccssarr to i iuols a new or
der or tilings, n good appetite, n good nutrition,
the lisdy to grow In llc.h mid pet hit: then Na
ture Is help 'd. tho entitle will l il, the matter
will ripen and lie throw 11 tl in In . quantities,
and the perMin regain hialtli ni i' i ngih. This
Is tho true nml only plan to dire ( . nmmptlcn,
and If a person is very bad. If li.e lungs aro not
entirely destroyed, or even Ifnne lung I entirely
gone, If there I enough vilulity 1c In tho other
to heal up. there Is hope
I have seen tiuny persons cured, with only ono
sound lull.', llo aud enjoy Hie to n good old age.
This Is what S-cheuck's .Mtdo lnc will do to euro
Consumption, They w ill clean nut the stumrich,
sweeten and strengthen It. get up a good iliges.
Hon, and glvo Nature the , .ioi.ee she needs to
clear tho system of nil tim a.o that Is iu tho
lungs, whatever ll.o form luny li
lt Is Important that, whim using Schcnck's
Medicines, care should bo i xriiisul not to taku
cold: keep in-door in cool ami ihinip weather;
avoid ulghMilr, and taku rmt-dui r exercise onlj
tn a genial nnd warm i uiishii.e.
I wish It dl-tlniily tiuilerstoiul tl at when 1 re
commend a p'UIcmi t i 1 e ii i, i.l 1 1 . icgard to tak
ing cold while rMiig my riei.h ine, liln so lor)
special re. i. mi. A mini who bun I lit purllally re.
sovered from Ih i i fleet 1 1 n bad mid I ftr mom
liable to u relips ili.tn r.nu who has been entirely
cured, and it I prtel.ely tlio snuiu in regard to
Consumption, bo long us I lie lungs nro not per
fectly healed. Ju-l so long Is Ihere Imminent dan-
fer of a full reliirn of thu disease. Hence It Is
hat I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to an ntmosphcru
that Is not genial nnd pleasant. Coiifiimed Con
sumptives' lung are a nuns of sores, which tho
least change ul' ptmnrplieru will Inllome. Tho
grand secret of my success Willi my medicines
consist In my ability to mbiltio Inflammation In
stead of provoking it, as many of Ihe locully do.
An Inflomel lung cannot wllh rarely to the pa
tient be exposed to thu biting blasts of winter oi
tho chlllllii wind of spring nr autumn. II
should bo cirerully shielded fiom i.ll Irrllallng In
fiuenees. Tho utiiiii-t cautimi thmild loubseited
In this particular, as without Itniuru uiidcml
ninst any circumstance Is nu linHhlty,
The person should bo kept hi a wholesome ".nil
nutritious did, and all Hie nudlclnc ronliiiiicd
until tlio body has lestoml to It thu natural
quantity of flesh aud slrength,
I was myself cured by ltd treatment of tin
worst kind of Consumption, and lata lived to
f;ct fat and hearty Huso n nny sears, with one
unjt mostly gone. I hato lured thinisnmls since,
and very many havo been cmcih this treatment
whom I have never fern.
About the 1st of October, I expet t to lake pos
session of my new liiilldln at Mio iinrtliia.t cor.
ner of Sixth and Arch Slue. s, win io 1 shall lm
pleased to give lu'vlce to all lni .i require It.
Full directions rxcoiiipiiuy all my remedies, sa
that a person In any part of Hie wiu'lil can bo I cad
Hi cured by a strict nhserviiuio of iho same,
J II, rCIll'.NCir, M.D.,
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