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8. WALT Kits',
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
01 cry description,
LATH, SHINGLES, OKI) A It POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
St
E AM HO AT JjUMRER,
Kn r n I tif'l on shortest notice,
Coinmcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sti".
CAIRO, Illinois.
lyM
sAI.OO.tt.
Y., I) OU A 1)0
MILLIARD SALOON AND IIAlt
H00M. JOHN (IATI.S, Proprietor.
104 Commercial Avenue, CAIKO, II.I.INOIn;
llest brand of California Cigars Just received,
B1LLIAHD saloon furnished ith the lust ol
table ; anil bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigar of the finest brands.
II. LKVY k CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
wool, fi: at i ik. it, irrc..
93 ohio levee.
Cairo, Illinois,
BOTlttl
I'.L. IIUYKTT, k HON,
Importers, Manufacturer and Jobbers of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Urns mill Crrmnn Milter
BAND I NSTK UM ENTS,
No. 25 S. Third Street,
ocld3m.
ST.
i.oi:is.
MO.
william savwax.
cossslivs iitriMTixc
BAUMAN & I1AUENSTINE
CiVIL ANI MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
II roan'
nntl
Ilnllillnir, rornrr Illerotitti Mir
Commercial nil',, C'nlro, III.
PI.AN8 AND SPECIFICATIONS for all branchei
of Civil Engineering und Archiieclun), such
as Mam lor Counties, District or Corporation,
Plans ami Calculations for Stearn and Water
I'ower, for Industrial Establishment, for Iron,
alone or Wooden Hridges, for Churches, Cour
Houses and other rublus Ilulldings, Uusiness ami
Dwelling Ilouaea, Cottages, etc. etc., lumlshed
Shortt hotlce '.yjtfaa
KINDLING.
SAVE TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.
To Hoiii'U'-orl
Michael Dowd will furnish huve Factory Kind
ling nice, dry, already-cut wood, In any part of
the city, for 1.40 a wagon load.
Here la a way to sate Incalculable trouble in
your houeliol (.
Leave ordern nt McOatileyV ditiK utore, oriul
dreaa them to Michael Ikiwd, thruiijih Hie .o,.
otUce. Soy 15 f
I'ETK SMITH,
May bo found at Itced A Munn'a from
ward. Any work in tho
HLACKSMITIIING LINE
will receive prompt Attention.
UorK-Shocing,
and a general hlackamlthlns bunlncs carrie.l ou,
Olve him a trial notlHtf.
STKTTAUEItS k AVINKMAN,
lMronTrtt and jonpri or
D B T GOODS
NOTIONS,
130 MiclilKiui AVfiiuc, IlclWft'll Mini
loon i ml .Moiiroi-,
OIIICAUO.
Uectdeowlm.
OROCKRIRS AND DRY UOODN.
WILLIAM KLUGK,
UCilltt IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DIIY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, LOOTS AND SHOES,
II ATS AND CAVB, KTC,
flu Juit received a heavy stock of Hoots and
Bhoet, Hosiery und Notions,
FOR SALE FOE OASH VERY OUE AP
Uf alio haa n fine stock of Family Qrcceriei ot
every kind,
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND OOMMER
OIAL-AV.,
CAMO, ILLINOIS
THE BULLETIN.
I'libllcnliori OIHrp, Ilullcflii II ill I it I hit,
-.uuigion Atcutir.
THE NARROW GAUGE.
now it wokks in ca.vada.
An
American Lrnvnlnr. wlin tnta.1
.1,.. 'P . . . ".7.
way. In Cimniln. writes nit fiilluw run
corning it nnd other ronds of Hie mo
gauge:
Alio amount of gooui wlilch it has
brought la trulv Biimrinint'. Thn ntunW
of piuncngera trnvcllng both wajilaalio
vory inn-i!. rno lact . tho ra Iwhv a &
groat (Ucco. Ilavlng gono to Toronto
anu DneKon tlio lino tho prcicnt wck, wo
woro aurcohblv urnrlei nt thn rn tnfnrt
oi tlio Journoy. AVo havo hoard a good
deal ot tho "narrow-gauago" and the
'wheelbarrow ra Iwbv." hut let nnvhmlv
get Into tho car without being told nny.
uiiiiK iinoui narrow-gungoi, una wo will
VCUtliro to nv that Iig would not nlnervx
thoy Itrorenco betwoon it nnd any other
rn!1,..o.. MM 1 ! .1.
way n tho wldo trunifo. each acnt neenm.
mounting two coturorliililu. Tho track,
too, ii very Miiooth.
In addition to thn hIhivp. llm full. iin
ratiwnva aro nrOL'resa w tli n imihih ,(
tn rco root six inches! (iueenilanJ, Aust.
rallu, govornmcnt railway, 2'J2 mllc ; rail
way from Congovoran to Areonuin, IndlH,
1 y inllca : Toronto nnd NiniMlni' Hi.IIwhv
. , - - n "n
Canada, 1 OH inllca; gnvcrr.incnt railway
of Norway. 101 mile. Iicmnotlvea llROfl !
I'Vcluht enifinoand tondar. ''0 Lous wnlolii-
elglit wheel', fix of wiileh nru coupled ,
(lUMntignr onlno nnd tenders, 10 totu
weight In runnlnc order, fix wheel, four
of which aro cotiplo-J, and lark engine,
aUut 13 tons weight, aix whutds, four ot
which aro otiiihi . Kollin" sti ck! f).it.
sldo width ofcurs vary fruiu aix feetiix
inches to eight feet. Tho upced varies
from 12 to 26 miles per hour. Including
stoppages. Such railway In India and
Norway cot from JI'.'.OuO to $14,000 per
mile. Includim; engines, car and all
equipments neecMary. Coit of work
about tho lanio pur ton a on ordinary
...ii
I it ii wn
NKHVOUS DKUILITY,
kiiii u nitnuny niirnuitniH, Iiih tiplr
Mh ilrtir nIiiii. I vilntiiir' u.i..
liir kPtnrii, Kperliiiitorrliii-x, Iuho ol
liinifr' illr.cr liteul. loon i,r iii,.!.,...
mill llircnlriicfl linprli'iiro mill mbe.
fllllo, iiikI n lutcrrlirn rur- In limn.
ilirry'n
TMi-iily
iniiirupniiiir Mix-rlilr .
llVellrll. t;olnro1 nt lhi m.iMl nln
ii.r- iniKi nii'l iupnt inn 1H. IlliV lrikM .
onde at the rxit nl the in liter, die up inn
tern, arre.t tluill.clirj;r, nnd Innrl X'irend
nerry, lile and vitality to lliei nlm- nun. Tney
Imte cured thoiiandti of rae. Price, $ per
wkigraul lite (joxei. and a lartfe U vial, which
ii very iminmi hi oiunaie or n 1 c -. or II
I rsincienox. oo:u ur an (irnfiii.. and
lT mail on Itt-'CIIK OI once. A(Ilre llllmnlirv
Hpeelfla lloineopathli: Medicine Co., Mi llroad
way, K.V. i'. (-C'llL'II,
augia.iowawiy AKent, Cairo, Illinois.
I'AllKKU k ULAKK,
MIUll II
I WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'lilly, lleiiiine. Cnaollnr,
VIKDOV GLASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
A in! thn celebrated illuminating
- Ai;j(UHA OIL.
IlUO.iS IIUILDINO, COIt. llTII-ST. i COM-
MEUCIAL-AV.,
O'aiko, Illinois.
aujtffiif
I'AIXTFJIH.
.MOOItK & -MATJIiiVW,
House. Sign and Ornamental
PAIKTEES,
lriciriitlc
I'nprrliiincliiu
IliK, !.,
KnNoiiiiu
Done In the hlgheit :t)l ot the alt, and a
rates th.it dely competition.
SHOP I.V TKItltr IIOUhB, COKh'EK OF 8TII
TltKKT AND CMMKIICIAI. AVENUE.
llAKIIKItS.
J. OKO. STKINHOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
for. Mli-fct. mill t'oiiunrrelnl-iiT.
CH'Siiarp Haiors.
ww uiean joweis nnu
oe-tiklllfull Workmen
c-nlies and children's hair cut find sham
pooed, either at the shop or at thuirowu homes.
rfientlemen'e whUkert aa't h ir dyed In h
tills iri'nner. tj.itlslaction gusranteed.
mikci:m,ani:oi'n.
DBXTKH KXCIIAXGE,
litis Ohio Lever, nenr Stone Dviiol,
.1. 1). SCAN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters llcccivcd Daily.
Keeps alwaja on hand llnlliinnren.nl Mob'.le
Oysters, which he w ill le glad to serve to his cus
tomers in the best stylo, deceit
IIOTKI.N.
CRAWFORD HOUSli,
URN Kit SIXTH and WALNUT-ST
(Kntranco on Hixth-at,,)
V.
?. W. 1
ii. ;.
Cadr.
U1.IU.-.A1I lllllll
K. n.
Lodw lck
.
OAK KB, CADr A-CO. Proprietor.
VOW.
COAL! COAL! COAL !
.TA1SIES ROSS,
PULEB IN
1)U QUOIN AND MOUNT 0ARI10N
COAL!
Coiuincroial-av., Foot of Klovcnth-st.
All Coiil carefully weighed nt tho yard on Fair
Dunks' scales.
FULL WKIOIIT WAItltANTEU.
Coal delivered on tho shortest notlcn in nm
part ol tho cl.y, either by the half ton, ton or car
Lenvo order at theotllce on Commorclal-av, at
the foot of Klcvonlh street, nov!Cl.Cm,
0x MARRIAGE.
Happy relief loryoung men Irom the ( fleets o
errors and abuses in early lite. Manhood re-
stored, tierrous debility cured. .Impediment
to marriago removed. 'New method of treat,
meat.. Mew and remarkabla romfcdW. DnnVs
and elreularsBent fre, In sealed envelope. Ad
dres HOWAttD ASB0UIAT10N, NO. 'a South
nmuiDi.. riiiiaueiniii.,rn, oeisdaull
THE CAIRO DAILY
f
ixnNiTtjnr.
SAVK TWKNTY l'KRCKNT
11 jr buying your
XT 1T X T TJ B
EICHHOFF BROS.,
FURNITURH FACTORY,
WitkliliiKloii'itt., Svnr Cokliini House
miito, n.l.l.Noif.
Ilc-.r-. hii'liliort llr..tlirnlnir t.. Inform the
eitlieu
i iuro Hint tliei are in n.ulr.Mnri'iL" id
kltnU oi
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hate now on hand and fol sale, at
WliolFMMlc nnil Jtelnll,
All kindi, and wil continun tc keep at their
SALES ROOMS, IN TIIEIIt NEW IIUILDINO,
Every dlcnption of cheap and costly furniture,
uchaa
.Carved nediteods,
JaTMarblo Topped liureain,
rflderwards, Waihstands.
3-Wardrols, Sola Chairs,
nsj.Sofa and Matraaes,
irlungrs, etc , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to noil
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can a tought from any ntherdealer in
self.
I'lANOS.
SIXTY-F1VK FIRST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE OR EAT
BALTIMORE
MANUFACTORY
WM. KNAHE & CO.,
Manufacturers of
OP.AND, SQUAltE AND Ul'RIOlIT
I-AJLSTO FOSTES
IIALTIMOIli:, MAKVI.AND.
These Instruments have been before tho public
for nearly thirty years, and upor their excellence
nlone attained an aiipurrAaiAl pttemintntt, which
pronounces them tineqiialcd iu
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
on- All our friuarc Iaoi have our new New Im
proved Oveistruug Pcale aud the Agrafe Trehte
) We would rail special attention to our late
Patented Improvements in Gaiao .Pianos and
Hoa'abe (laiNks, found in no oilier Piano, which
urings ino i-iauo nearer perieciion man nas yei
been attained,
EVERY PIANO FULLY 'WARRANTED FOR
FIVE YEARS,
Illustrated Catalogue and Prico Lists tromnllv
furnished on application to
W M, KNAIIK A CO.,
IlALTISIOR, MP,
Or any of our regular established agencies.
ool'JfodA wCm
WATC'IIHAKtlt.
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER.
II. HOUPT,
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Haa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
;OLOUKS, JEWELRY, ETO.
I'artlcular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATC11E8.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IX THE CITV,
INN II It A NCI!,
"TRIUMPH."
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO,
Ol Cincinnati.
tsiet J.Mm.imo on
Solicit all kinds ol risks.
F. BHO.HN,
ocUTIf Agent, Cairo, Is,
BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1871.
ItOOTJI HUOTJt.
WILLIAM EIILERS,
rashlonable
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
lie'.ween Washington avenue and Poplar Street
CAIRO, ILL.
Ilools and Panes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Kmployed.
Satisfaction Warranted.
Patronage Hollclted,
CITY SHOE STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sole AOExcr roa
BEOLASKI'S"
CUSTOM-MADE
ROOTS AND SHOES
Comiitrrclnl Avenue, Corner F.lghtB
Hlrtel.
Cairo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS FOR HOOPSKIRTS AND SHOES.
MF.IIIVAU
SI.MIL1A SIMILIIIUS.CURANTUK
lll'-II'IIIIF.Y'N
lOMEOl'ATlUO' SPECIFICS
HWB priitvli fr'nn the inu-t ample exper
len"e. ii 1 1 Min- sitfrs: "null e Prompt
r.iiujifiu soil numiii-. inei a f ine only meiii
elnei in-rlei'tly mis, , ml to , npulMi u-e o sim
ple t IihI niitsl,ii'iiii .nt U iiiiJM lo using them:
sii h.irnili'ss m- in efiee from ilnnger. iiiul so
ltl"ie t" to l" si sj ri llible Ttiey have rals
e I the h.Kheii ciMiiiin-ti'litiniis Irom sll, and will
'h) render sitti-tiu'tioti,
Nus. Cent.
I, Cure lrM, eoiigi t ou, fiitiamtnnt on-i.i
' WitrniN, worn, Irler. wo1 in cnlin.il
l r In); ciil i- or leelhiiixnt l n tn t-. J.
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iirriiora.oi emi'ireu nun Miuit...ii
Hywntrry. u ipnig,'liiiis culic.-i'i
Chols-rrt'io
uri is, vuinnini...H.....MH'fi
t'liolrrau cold-,
.rnn.'lilMii....r.
t'purlicln. toulli-u'lie. fscraeb -lb
llondaeh. sh-k Ihm.iiiHw, vertlgoii
IyNpln' bdlo'is ioinMihr....jtt
stupirnrsl,or l.aiotul eriods2C
Wtiflen, too protusa period san.,U
Croiin, cougn, dimcult breatlung.2i
,NaII llhenm. Eryslpela-, KruptionsU
atneiimaisiitsn. roeumiuc paios...H.23
I'everanil Aju, chill lever.aguesM
I-lir-a. Klinu or oieeuing.
Olthllilr-ny, and sore or weak eyesM
4'ntarrb, acute or chronic, InfluentaOS
VVhooplDK-Coocli, violentcoughsM
Aallima, oppressed breathing
Kar DiKcttarcea, impaired heanngM
Hcrofula, enlarged glands, awellingiiO
Ucneral Debility, physical weak
ness MM....HM......H...HM.0
Ilropny and ecantr Secretions M)
Nea fclcUneM.sK.-kness from ricimsM
Kldney-ItlHeaar, Gravel... ....60
Ncrvroa Debllltjr, seminal mt
ons.Involuntarv dlcl.arge..l HO
FlveDoXFs, wlta one If vial of powder
very necessary in sen out eases. & 00
a7'
i.
a,
2.
25,
it,
23, Hore Month, canker '.. ..S0
an, " Urinary Wrabatcaa, welling U-d.-V)
31, Falnful ferloda, with spasins.....60
:u, ' NullerlnK,t change of life.... 100
.11, ' KnllepKy,Spaems,st.Vitus'itauee.l 00
34, " Dlplhcrlaulc, eraled sore thr. at 60
rAjULi UAat,'.
or 3.1 to 00 largo vlala, morocco
or rmsewood cnc, contnlnln; n
ndccIOc lor ery oatlluary Ula
aiM a family Is anbject to, and
ooous oiuirrciiona ....irom fiuioiia
Smaller Family andTrnvelinKea.es,
ru to e viais ...trom WJ to
Speolfictor all I'rlsiito UlscaMeit,
both for Carina; asd tor Preven
tive treatment, in vials und pocket
caies. to 0
POND'S EXTHACT
Cures Burns, llruises, L.ameues, Soreness, Bore
Throat. Snralns. Toochache. K-irache. Nenraleia.
Kheuniatism, Lumbago. Piles. Duds, Htings,
sore r.yes, nieeoingoi ine i.uncs, nose, aiom
ach, or of Piles; Corns, Ulcers, Oil if ores.
MTnese remedies, except Pond's Extract,
by the case or single box, are sent lo any part ot
the couhtrrt by mall or express, fiee ol charge,
ou receipt ol tho price. Address
HUM I'HKfcYS' SPECIFIC
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and Depot, No. Uil llroadway, New.Tork,
FOH SALE IIY P. KC11UH, CAIRO, III",
aiiglMeowawlv
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Jtrs.
Cures colic and griping1) I'rlre,
in the Isiwcl, and fa- I ii
eililates the proceiscf f Cats
teethimr. J
tviiiTtosin's
hjrap.
Mrs. rsulidiiefl oonvuNlms I'rlre.
tTIIITCOMB'S 1 and jverenmea all die- I i
Sjrap. 1 eases incident to in- I Oats.
V laaiaaniicnuuren. t
Mr. f Cures diarrhea, disco- Prlre.
WIHTCOMn'Sj terytndsummercom- I i.'i
Hjrip. plaint lu childieaol all f Cent.
It Is the Great Infant's anil Children's MoothinK
Kemcdy in all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause, Prepared by the
ORA FTON MEDICINE CO., St. Loul, Mo.
Sold hr Dnn?i!ists an eaters in Medicine
everywhere. -r.yTdwcim
A DOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Caliuseloi
to the Married or
those aboullo marry
on the iihvsloloirical
mysteries nnd revelations
of the sexual svstem
with the latest discoveries lo producing and pre-t
venting ottsprlng, preserving lliecompleiion.ic.
Thin Is an Interesting work of two hundred and
tweuly Icur pages, wltn numerous engravings,
and contains valuablo information for those who
are married orconlemplate marriage; still It isa
isiok mat oiuiiiio oe uuner iock auo aey, anrinoi
laid carelessly iibouttho house.
bent to any one (tree or iotage) tor cent
Address Dr. Hulls' Dispensary, No. Pi,
Eighth street, -M, Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Aillic ted anil L'lifurt unale.
Uefore annlvlnir to the notorious Onackswho
advertise In tne public paper or using any (wk
remedies, peruse Dr. Units' work', no iimiter
what your disease ia or how deplorable your con
dition. Dr. Hntts can bo consulted, personally or st
mail, on thodMae.es mentioned in hi. woikK,
olllce, No. Xi N. Eighth street, hot Maiket ami
Chestunt St Louis Mo. im'J,Hv
DR. RICHAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use theso only, and save time, heal h and
mnnev Il.OUi reward lor any rase of disease. In
any state which they tall to cure.
Uli. IUU11AU & UUljUt.X 11A1)A.I,
Noa. 1 and 2, are .he greaet 'alteratives known
Dlt. HlCllAU'Sr.OLDEN ELIXIlt ll'AMOlllt
Is the greatest tutila and astrlimenl ic the iiih I
cat list.
1)11. ItlCIlAII'S GOLDEN ANT1DOTK
is the only retmblo diuratio.
These remedies are not advertised to cure al
coiiiphtlnts, and benefit nonoj but arognaianteed
toenecta rnuicaiaim speeuu cine man eases tor
whiuli they are recommended, when all ilher
treatment has failed. Tens of lliou-ands yearly
recover by their use, who havo lost nil hope, and
been pronounced as iueuiahle by the best of our
iiieuicai iseiuiy.
Dlt. RICHAU'S GOLDEN HALSAM
No, 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat and
mouth, sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
colortd blotches, soreness of the acalp, aorolula.
etc. It la the greatest renavator. nlterathe and
blood purifier known, rennves all mercury from
the sthttui, mid li-iun Hie btnod pure and
liciiltliy.
Dlt. ltlUHAU'StiOLDEN 1UI.HAJI.
No. 2, euros uieieiirlnl altections, rhiinmatisni in
nil lis tonus, ant give Immediate relief In a
cises.
Dlt. ltlCHAU'H GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for all urinary deiatigemeats
Price, II pin liottht.
Dlt. IlICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIlt D'AMOUH.
A ridlcnl cure lornervous or general debility, In
oldoryouug, Imparting energy w ltd wonderfu
eftct. '
frico 5 per bottle, or two for I'J.
Ou receipt ot price, these remedies w ill bo ship
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid lo all
correspondents. Nnnei-eniilne without the name
of Dlt. ltlCHAU'H OOLDEN HEMEI'lEH, D. II.
IticiiAuus, sole proprietor," blown in glass ol
bottles.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied a a lihenl dis
count, ' '
Address, Dr. I). II. Hichards, tit Varick-st., N.
VSenil money by express or order good
through your Druggist, and you will meet wh
no loss.
NTOTKM. TINWARE, ETC,
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothe Wringer Yollet
mi v, vosi nuui, r ire oiiu.eis, Air uairi.
HiKcracTcata or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IHOK VAItE.
No. 16G Wnshington-avcnuc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Vllooflnr. Outterinir. and
all kind of job
work doneal shortest nonce
lenuiu
Oil. CA.Nfi.
An a.sortment ot (be abovo cans, securely
pa ked tor shipment, for sale at Cincinnati price
and freight, bjr HA UCLA Y 111108.,
Drug and Taint Dealers, 71 Ohio Levee.
CONSUMPTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. D.
prnre cause and cunBior cox-
SUMPTION. Tho primary ;canto of Connmp
lion Isdcrangemcntof IhcdljeftlvcorKan. Thlt
dortneement produce Ooflclcnt nutrition and a.
lmUatloii. Dy arrlinllatlan. I tana that proecst
by which tho nntrlmcntof tlio food Is convertod
Into blood, and thence Into tho r ollds of the body.
Tenon Tilth digestion thus Impaired, having the
illjhtcit predlr position to pulmonary disease, or
If they take cold, will be very liable to have Con
sumption of tlio Lung In lomoof Its form; and
I hold tlut It trill bo Impossible to euro any case
of Consumption without first restoring a pood
digestion and healthy asilmllatlon. Tho very Ant
thing to bo dono (s to cleanse tho stomach and
bowel from all diseased muens and slime w hich
aro clogging theso organs to that they cannot per.
form their function?, and then rouro up and ro
itoro tho liver to a healthy action. For thl pur
pose, tho surest and bcit remedy 1 Bcbenck'i
Mandrake nils. Theso I'llls clean tho stomach
-'- t IV.- ...1 m.JJ mllmmm .Am.
Iscatislng dlicaio and decay In the vrliolo system.
They will clear ont tho liver of all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, and aroase It up to a
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile Is secreted.
The stomach, bowels, and liver aro thus cleansed
by the use of SchcncU's Mandrake Pills ; but thcra
remains In tho stomach an execs of add, the or
gan Is torpid and the appetite poor. In tho barr
el, the lactcals aro wcaU, and requiring strragth
endsnpport. It Is In a condition Ilka thl that
Schenck'a Seaweed Tonic, proves to bo the most
valuable remedy ever discovered. It I alkaline,
and Its usq will ncutrallxo all excess of acid, mak
ing tho stomach itvcct and fresh; It will give
permanent tone to thl Important organ, and cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, and preparo tho sys
tem for tho first process of a good digestion, anS
nltlmately make good, healthy, llrlng.blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remain t
cure most case of Consumption Is tho freo an
vtencTerlDg sse of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrup nourishes the system, puri
fies the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into, the
-circulation, and thenco distributed to the diseased
lung. There It ripen all morbid matter, wheth
er In the form of abscesae or tubercle, and then
astli ta Nature to expel all tho diseased matter la
the form of freo expectoration, when outo It ri
pens. It I then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrnp,
that all nicer and cavities aro healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured.
The rsrntlal thing to be. done In curing Con-
sumption 1 to get up n good anpelllo and a good
digestion, o that the body vt III grow in flesh sad
get strong, u n person nas uiseased lungs, a cay
lty or abscess there, tho cavity cannot hrsl, tho
matter cannot ripen, so long as I ho system I bo.
lowpar. What Is necessary to enrol a new or
der of things, a good appetite, n good nutrition,
the bedy to grow In flesh and get 1st; then Na
ture is helped, tho cm nil's will heal, tho matter
will ripen and bo throtvn on In large quantities,
and the h.tkjii regain health anil strength, Thl
It tho trim mid only plan. to euro Cniituinptlcn,
and If a person Is very bad. If the lungs arc not
entirely destroyed, or even If one lung Is entirely
rone. If thcra Is iiinugli vitality lcl 111 tho other
to heal up, thcru Is hope.
I havo seen many persons cured, with only ono
ound lung, llvo and enjoy Urn to u good old cr.
Thl 1 what bclionckV Medicines will do to cure
Consnmptlon. They will clean out tho stomach,
sweeten and strengthen ll.p t up a good dlgss.
Hon, and give Nuturu tho Off-Wlaiico she needs to
clear the system i f all the illsearo that I In the
lungs, whatever tlio form may lie,
It I Important that, vthlla using Schenck'a
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to take
cold: keep In-door in cool and damp weather;
avoid nlght-alr, and taku t.ut-doi.r exercise onlt
In agcnlal and vtarm stuishliie,
I wish It ill'linrtly undcrstissl Hint when I re
commend a patient to bo careful In icgtml to tak
ing cold whllu ti'lng my im die inc., 1 do so for a
special reason. A mau who him but partially ro.
tovered from III'.) i ll'vcls of a bad cold Is hr more
llabla to a rcl.ip 1 1 Inn run vthn has been entirely
cured, and It is pricl'dy llm ssnio In regard to
Consumption. Su long iw the lungs aro not per
fectly heated, just so Jong I lucre Imminent dan
ger of a full return of tho disease. Hence It I
that I so siren uoiuly ran 1 1 on pulmonary patient
against exposing; themselves to an atmosphere
that ia not genial ami pUiiSint. Confirmed Con
sumptives' lungs aro n muss of rnrue, which the
least change ur atmosphere will Inflame. The
grauu imreir ui my iiitco wim my medicine
consists In my ability to rubdno inflammation In
stead or pruvuUiig ft, a many or the faculty da
An Inflame I lung raunot with rafoty to the pa
tient bo exposed ni tlio bltlnr blusts of winter rn
the chniln,' Himla of spring ur iiitumu. 11
should bo eureflilly shielded from all Irritating In
fluences. The atnio-t cjuinuhoiiliUsub.frvfd
la thl particular, a without It n cure under al-
uiosi any circiunsianrii is au luipii-.ihiuty.
The person should bo kept sn a wholesome and
nutrition diet,-and all tho mtdlclne contlnard
until the body ho restored to It Hit natural
quantity of flesh and iryiiglh,
a was insou curva uy una irraiincnt or ins
worst kind nf C'nu.umlilluli. slid I, inn llsnl In
pet fat and h ny theso luiny ;i-ars, with one
lung mostly gone. 1 hato nmil thousand since,
snu very many navo no( u t iiiiit py II. is treatment
whom I luvo never wen.
About tho 1st of Oelnbcr, 1 1 apt i Mn lake po.
restlon of my now building in l.n i rllna.t co
nor or Sixth and Arch Strevis, vh ml shall b
pleased to give advice In all w ho may require It
Full directions cctompsuy all my remedies, tt
lliat a person In any purl of llio world can be read
arcurvti uy a strict nnseryaiire or tne same.
J II, SCIIENCK, M.D.,
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