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THE INTELLIGENCE
I> PublUbcd ?UI!jr(9UUtlfly i excited).
. ffiiw a fuxmu* mown etc
I At HlO*. ? oil 'IS Fourteenth Street.
TKHMS or DAILY:
k ' OnOcopyon?y?*r...M Wlllirooxno-'thF 9
Sr.!"- Bis mnntliM. ...... i ??| One month ,j
JMrilwwl I*/ writer* in city, 16c per week.
TKl'.MH OP HKMI WKKKLY:
> ' ' One year ~N to | hix motitli*. I
Jf ' TMV* <1? WKKK1.V:
*' On? year.......*.. 31 SO | Ht tnontlm I
Ureal reduction* to Oiil* tend for nuplc <
and ultcultfm. AUitm*.
FRKW A CAMFBVU,
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i-. [Kntcred nt the l'catufllce at Wheeling. W. V?
k JMponti el* ? matt or.)
WUBKLINO, W. VA., Al'ltll^ lW.
rrr I'.rrT1-"
hai?t WATKK vin1i ix THE Oil
No Nlmct V?l Al>nv? l^mUvlllfr-t'oni
IMlion Willi fomitilflNlouor Miller
Wo had ft conversation yesterday \
I FIflh Commissioner Miller in regard to
probability of the appearanco of shad
eaaon in the waters of tho Upper Ohic
will bo remembered that they did
como ftbovo Louisville last' season,
least, there was noauthentic rei>ortof t
v appearance bibber up, although thero >
E unofllcial report* as to shud having 1
I caught at Huntington, in this State,
pertinent to the subject of converss
about shad, Mr. Miller handed us the
lowing summary of some recent rem
from tho Fish Commissioner of Viru
I relative to the habits of tho shad, w!
iv will be read with intercut by those
I are looking for their nppcarance in
waters this season. It is intended to u
k - bow the migratory habits of that tisli
I affected by tlie temperature of tho v
in which they live:
j* That Jfiih hatched in certain waters
!. usually return to tbem after winterin
! ' tho ocean is ft well-attested fact. Tin
! is not always true was first partial!
noticed in the caso of some shad hati
in tho Connecticut river and placed in
; Sacramento river in California. It
I found tnat when they came in from
! sea iu the spawniug season they wee
I -. every river on me i'aciue cuunu tuwi
nation commonly Riven Rail betm thai
I fish remembered their spawning groi
and returned to them through hint
and over this habit much poetry and
timent have been wasted. The allium
! tire absence of menhaden from the w
r on the coast of Maine for
succeeding years led to an e:
Iination of the water temperature, an
was found that during the two years \
the schools of fish did not appear ofJ
Maine coast the water was colder
t the normal temperature of the water w
The fish w.ere in the habit of frequen
Consequently they went elsewhere to
L water of the right temperature in whic
spawn. Tins led to further observat
|V especially directed towards thehabi
! the shad. It was discovered that the
;' inal temperature of the water in wliicl
!, shad lives is between GO0 and 70?.
| ilsh will not entera river to deposit its s]
until tliut temperature of Ireau wat
fonnd.
Although nothing is known of the o
life of the fish, it is undoubtedly the
that they follow constantly isothermal 1
v seeking always an equable water tern
ture. That they will not stay in w
after the normal temperature is passe
shown by their leaving their spaw
' grounds when the water becomes wai
and they probably seek the Arctic sti
which runs alongside the Gulf stream,
in the St. John's river, Florida, the
go there during the months of Novel
and December, and leave i
the water becomes warmer. A
prepared by the commission s
this theory to be true, for
it the carefully prepared lines of the
tuations of eaten and of the water ten
uture follow one another very closely
singular fact is that the shad enter th
John's river when the temperature is ri
and all other Atlantic rivers when the
perature is falling. A theory in the en
the fisb who do not go to the botton
their food which he advanced wns, thu
food of the surface iish also follows a
perature path, and the fish follow the
The fact that millions of California
mon had been nut in the rivers of the
lantic coast as fry and liad never retu
to their homes wns alluded to. Just
this was so he could not explain, bu
theory was that the water tempen
natural to the California nalmon in
spawning season?July and Augustmuch
lower than that of the watei
which it had been originally placed,
perhaps by instinct they may have rei
ed to the rivers in which they had
>. placed when young, and finding the w
too warm they had gone bac
cooler waters in the ocean,
there, or in still cooler rivers w
they found, lmd deposited their sp
This is the only reason for their fniln
reappear in the waters where their earl,
was nasscd. It was his opinion that the
forma salman could never ho acclirn
1 to tlie waters of the Atlantic coast,
that efforts to raise it here will pr<
f: failure. The Alabama river is, in
opinion, the only one on the Atl;
coast in which there is any chance ol
cess, this being due to the fact tha
waters are always colder than those o
Gulf, into which it empties.
This statemeut occasioned eonsidei
|;SV comment, but the only gentleman pn
who questioned the theory was the 1
[:. ' Samuel Wilmot, of Canada, who held
Salmon did return to their native wu
pi this trait being due to the fact that
are a lish of a superior order of in
i gence. That tho temperature theory
not always hold good in their caf
\thought was proved by the fact that he
' caught salmon in streams where the
Peraturo was 80? and ?o? during the hi
ing season. It was also held uy this
uemau ami t>y Mr. hvarts, ot \ urn:
that the California salmon changed iti
tureand character when transferror
? Eastern waters.
Rkv. Brook Hrrforo, of Chicago,
cently asked Dr. Hirsch, a Jewish mini
a to explain to the churcti of the Mm
the modern Hebrew estimate of J
Christ The rabbi did so to the delight (
V hearers, and all were gratified with
k ; spirit of his remarks. It the views of
Y address, says the Chicago Alliance, are
thoughts and feelings of the Jewi
' America, there are now bonds of fri
[, ship springing up between Hebrew
;v. Christian. '"When the Jews confess
Sincerity and morality and piety and
v;> quenceof Jesus they offer the Chris
peoplo abundant reason for a strong
^ .. outspoken friendship. We cannot ex
Vw the Hebrews to confess the divinene
J W. Jesus, nor that he was sent to supersedi
g Old Testament dynasty. Such confw
^^ould be the abandonment of their w
c- ^jstory and theory. Wo dare not es
sf>n4lu transformation,and must be sati
ilunl^^atitlcd with the admission
H ChrisMV'n8 tt siucer0? lofty and eloq
leader humanity toward God an
? future Wit'1 8"ch opinions and
1 able IciiMfr ^le Jewish rabbis of this
are ablo to\fewll> the Christian church i
struggle agaift^0^^'" anJ vice."
L*ger~Be??B^"nh,'r*' rrocwwM.
Rociikstku, April 15.?Articli
' incorporation estatnwmlM* the lfar
B-V: ' $100,000, were llled here \ to-day.
BS.; l'fandlcr process of fermentation for 1
1 beer consists of patented wjacnlner]
k- . -whicli a governor regulates fihe ferine
?# lion and prevents the wastoyj. lager
in the process now in use by Mi the
brewers in the United States, uRtfge
Kj' thomae. of Chicago, claims a prioRStt
patent lor the samo process, and the\
k > tion of tho priority of tlio claims of Pfi
ler and Barthomao is now before
Kft United States Court. The patent is
to be worth* $1,000,000, collectable t
h:,\ royalties for several years.
? No Near city of Pouche* Probable.
t'," MUford (Del.) Chronlole.
BE* At this writing?Thursday afternoc
the situation may be summed lip: Knc
live buds yet remaining for a lull cro
R peaches. Our reasons for this conclusion
sra that in no section of the Peninsula were ^
the trees in a more exposed condition tbsn }
US. around MUford at the time of the freezing.
The trees were in what is commonly khown Z
as "full bloom," and of course in that con- J
2 oo dition would suffer most "Millions ?of t,3
76 buds have been killed, thousands vet re- oi
main." Careful examination, made by our- i
selves and others, fails to And any twig of J
l so last year's growth that has not ono live bad m
on it, and most of them have from three to JJ
i oo Ave yet remaining alive. If these shall opy
continuo uninjured and mature fruit, there i
will be moreipeaches than tho trees ought
? to bear.
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Sweeter than golden legend, or tho long
III* own ll|*?ung, tho poet's Ufa ha? boon; i
And If It chanced not fortune* atrungo among, "
Yet over romance cut 1U magic iheon
l'|N)ii him. and It* light thone In his mdn.
Ueutle and aweet, as poet'a life ihnuld be. lllNd*)'*h?vo|>au*d
with gonerouiioti between, '
*11,1 And noblo wordi ontupokon worthily,
jJie Aud alway* lung with IU full tldo o! melody.
this How many heart* hln noblo "Paalm of Life"
, ,, Ha? llfti^ from the dust and ?oll of earth; Z
' " laugni inaiine worm iiiu i>s uwvu uftiue-oiriiu *
no? Have grander prises am! of better worth . N
Than plt iuurt/s thoughtless Mnllc,or laugh of mirth; t
At That who would climb the height* of art or Uue C
iMuatnotJn Idleness await the birth
Uttir of fienlua; but, with kindling heart of flaino
vere Alld *n unceasing toil, wlu him a deathless name! ^
)Ct*n Oho of a myotic brotherhood waa he,
. The wlxartl warden of an enchanted land. '*8
Vthere Homaiire ahed* weird JJgbta r/ witchery (
>;nn On many a marvellout scene and shining band; V
lion while Wonder, mingling beautiful and araml t
(ol- With homely form* of life. Alio all the place . 1
. With the bright shapcaof Poeay'a command;
ttrkB Now pointing to "Evangeline's' sweat face,
'inia ,s'ow 10 umo duslfjr "Hiawatha's" race.,
llicli Much of deep wlo lom In hla song la told?
, Sober world-wisdom, and that higher lure
Who That bid* the soul luoplrlt wing* unfold, .
Above the glootny deeiw of doubt to miar,
our Aerial psthway to faltfi'a shining ahon*;
how W'oll, nUawect gift of wotidroua |>oc*y
Hath ever power a golden light to pour
arc Over dull life, transmuting Ilia to Joy, 3
rater 0r "'""'"8 bapplnoaa from aorrow und annoy. j
out of this dim, obscure and earthly wax
... Hla soul Imarlieu to a manalou bright, ?
Will Not ull unknown If a celestial my
a in Horn.time* Illumed him with prophetic light;
,, Or if Its glimmer pictured not aright
ii it i|le letter dwelling that hla aoul Imth won,
larly That prophet-gleaming of hla poet alght ,
he<i Must nave prepared his soul, when life waa done. ,
?>.? For the eurual radiance round Ute (lodhead'a
throne.
wu8 Wheeling, April, 1882. William I.r.ir,uton. ,
the r:
>t to u\ Utui cold or DialrnaiDK Congh."
. Dry, rarchpl, soro throat, pneumonia.
t the bronchial and asthmatic attacks, weakened
lmU and debilitated state o( the system, all these '
Inct, dangerous symptoms are cured by "Dr.
sen- Swayxe'b Compound Syrup or Wild Cherry."
t en- The first dose gives relief, and the worst cold
liters and sore lungs yield to Its healing properties.
?.vo An occasional dose of "Swathe's Tills"
-hi should be taken to keen the bowels free. They
,, are exccilout for torpid liver and bilious com'(f
11 plaints.
men a Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes; Some
I the months ugo the daughter of onoof our protuithan
nent citizens wus pronounced hopelessly conhich
sumptive. She was very much reduced in
ting, flesh, terrible cough, her life gradually wastC...I
Inu uurtiir f rnrvmt tuntiilixl Imp to ik? "Hi.
h SWAYNK 8 COMPOUICD SYnUP OF WlLD ClIKRBY," I
iona which she did. In a short time ske was free
ni from all cough and other symptoms, aud is
? " now rosy and healthy.
! n?r* Price, 26 cents and $1 a bottle, or six bottles
Si, f?r The large size is the most economical.
I ho prepared only by Dr. Sway no & 8on, Phila- ,
jftwii delphia. Sold by druggists. ttiisaw
,er is
Take no quack nostrums. Put your trust
icean in J'^uiia. ,
fact
in en ^ Cough, Cold or 8ore Throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in an
^ incurable Lung disease or Consumption.
Brown's Bronchial Troches do not disorder
'd> is the stomach like cough syrups and balsams,
ning hut acts directly on iho inllatned parts, allay*iner,
ing irritation, gives relief in Asthma, Bronreani
chilis. Coughs, Catarrh, and the Throat troubSo
It's which singers and public speakers are
shad subject to. For thirty years Brown's Brontnber
Troches have been recommended by
tfhon physicians, and have always given perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by wiileard
map constant use for nearly an entire generation
uowb tliey have attained well-merited rank among
0,1 the few staple remedies of the age. Sold at
flue- 25 cents a box everywhere. rrhskw
uper
A Oscau Wilde never heard of Dr. Wiggins'
e St. Lungwort Compound till he came to America,
sing, It cures all coughsand colds. Try it! Sold
tein- by Logan it Co., and all druggists.
^lor A Friend lu Xe<?l.
it the Time over and again Thomas' Kclectkic Oil
. .. . has proved a salutary friend to the distressed,
food" As a reliable curative for croup in children,
, sore throat and bronchial affections, and as a
positive external remedy for pain, it is a
' At- never-failingantidote.
irned
Ah* Will Va?
it his Allow a cold to advance in your system and
iturc encourage more serious maladies, such
, t]ie as Pneumonia, Hemorrages and Lung
?wus troubles when an immediate relief can be so
readily attained ? ItosciiKK'B Grkman Svkdp 1
. 11 has gained the largest sale in the world for the
.Leu cure 0f (;0Ughs, Colds and the severest Lung
turn- Diseases. It is Dr. Boschec's famous German
been presciption, and is prepared with the greatest 1
nters cure, and no fear need be entertained in adit
to ministering it to the youngest child, as per
ami directions. The sale of this medicine is unhich
preccdented. Since first introduced there has
Rwn been a constant increasing demand and withire
to out a report of failure to do its work in
v I i f,, any case. Ask your Druggist as to the truth
V, .. of these remarks. Large sizes 75 cents. Try
uau- }und beconvinr.pd. rrh&iw
lated
and jiakkikd.
>Ve a LYNCH?DEY?On Tuesday, March 14th, 188*2.
his ??y R?v* Lc?t Jamm Lymch, of Clarksburg, and
mn. Cynthia A. Dkv, of Wheeling, at her
antJt (laughter's residence, 8. M. Riley, Clarksburg, W.
8UC- Va.
( the DIED.
T1I0MAS?On Monday morning, April 17,1882, at
8 o'clock. 1IKNHY A. Thokas, a native of Wales, In
"able the slxty-fourtu year of hls-auo
sent Funeral from his late residence In .Etnavllle,
lloil. Ohio, this (Tuesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends
that of the family are Invited to attend. Intermeat at
iters, Greenwood Cemetery.
they ROGWtS?On Monday afternoon, April 17.18*2,
telll- rtt * o'clock, Minkkva T., daughter of James P.mid
diil Jo'? Rogers, aged tlftcen months and twenty-two
. days.
^ j Funeral sevlccs attho residence of her parents,
nau No 75 goUli, pcun Btreet, on Wednesday morning
reed* latermcnt private.
?pn. COOKE?On Monday a'ternron, April 17, 1882. >t
o1-" 2 o'clock, Jamxs II. Cooke, lu the slxty.fint year of
lont, hi* age.
i ua- Funeral from his late residence. No 4224 Jacob
* to street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friend* of the family are Invited to attend. ?
S IPiffiifflBliB GREAT GERMAN
gj,,, || -r' ' I Bcmirnv
tl liliPlBl B 9 ituuLL'i
,? RHEUMATISM,
end- I1 'J | NEURALGIA,
g .'lllill?! SCIATICA,
?"<{ Ijl BACKACHE,
i?of 'I I k ilr II ?OTJT,
a'on | j | SORENESS
lllila S0RETHR?AT'
with SWELLINGS
n'iu |||1. "J SPRAINS,
F ' I FR0STED FEET
piwi
"" illlllilPV 1 SOAIjDB,
':'"i'.y |iBI1|1IImJ General Bodily Pains,
hew C^J|n TOOTH, EAR lUr
iJiP . HEADACHE,
Sg mm.
.wi?i tSSSSal aches.
V? prtr*ntioa on ttrtk ?jub It. Jacom On. u t nnt I
tcn<.itaru m4lemur Exunul B?udy. Atruiwuui 8
??*""* uucrton 11 klsyu umcaoss. "
>n_ "IB IT AU DIOQOISTS ARB BEAMS II KIOICINE.
.ugh A. VOQELER & CO.
P of B*tomor*,Md.tv.B.J. J
MBW ADVBRTISBMBNTfi.
[ITANTED?A BARBER.-ADDRESS "
IT JE88EE, P. 0. Box 9i, K?uwood, W. Ya.
aprll
r OST-CHECK No. m ON PEOPLES'
Li BANK.dated April 12JMJ, for 1181 o". drawn
r Thou. O'Urlen mid payable lo N. (.'rawlcjr or
dor. Payment bm been ?l??i'Ped. wprl8 a
r OST.-A LOCKET CONTAINING
U plnturei of an Uderlv and young lady, wlib
onogram K. I* on one fldo and cameo hcml un
.her. A liberal reward will be paid to finder by
illvorlng nunc at this office. . aprlH
^yAl^TED IMMEDIATELY- 4
Four or five good active boys from 18 to 20 I
enr* of ana to work in the pnl vanning shops |
t Whlttaker Iron Works. Oood wanes iinil
[)1en?lid opportunity to learn the tmsinemi.
aprlfl CHIOAPfl OAR HOOFING CO.
BATTLE AND HOG FEED
For Sale Cheap. |j
Vheeling Grape Sugar and Refining Co.
A. C. EGEltTER,
aftr!8 Secretary. ||
jJOCIAL,
illPPEU AND JUG-BItEAKINU I
AT THE ZANE 8TRKET CHURCH.
VEDNESDAY EVENING, AP1UL 10tl?.
aprlS
gTEP LADDERS,
lubber Window Cleaners,
Window Brushes and Feather Dustera.
All sites arid cheap, at
NE8BITT A BRO/8,
apr!8 1312 Market Htreet.
nivw nifJAWS
r
Henry Clay, Commercial Traveler, No. 5,
ily Choice, Capitola, Peoples' PuITund Tearess
Cigars. All llrst-class brands. Also a
lock of
FJno and Staple (Jrocorios,
fcs well as Oranges, Bananas, Sea Foam
Wafers, anil other seasonable delicacies, ut
GEO. It. MoMECIIEN'8,
1300 MARKET STKEET.
Telephone No. 1-9. aprl8
&LL THE YBARROUND,
ind year after year, the standard and beautiful
Elections o( Wimle publixhed by Oliver Dltson a
uo. keep their hold on public favor, Mm ply by the j
. xcellcnce of their contents. Such books of bound j
music an
3ems of English Song ($2). Norway Music Album '
(KM), Frame's Album it!), Coins of Mroum (t2?.
Beauties of Hacred Hong (|2), and au to 10 others
(send for lists) contain a perfectly ImmciiH.*
amount of the best and moat popular music, at
the lowest price.
Suchstanrirnl nprra* 11*
Mlirnon <f3). Aldu (S2). Carmen (8*2). Meflstofele I
(82). FatlnltUa (12). Manola. or Day and Mailt
if 1 50i, Hells of Uorncville ($1.60), and the well
known lighter and easier one* (send for lists), have
In them a large proportion of all the popular
melodies. |
Bueh good Temperance IlnokN as i
Temperance Light (12 cts.?. Temj>eraneo Jewels
(3^ cts.), and Hull's Temperance (ileo Hook
(10 cts.), cannot bo well Improved ujkmi.
Such capital Nuiidny Kcliool and Pral?e Meet- ,
lug Hooks as Malu Voice Choir (.*>0cts) with I
(iocjM-l Music. Light stid l.lfe (35 cts.), and liuu- '
ner of Victory (3.> cents).
Any book mailed for retail price.
(kl.ll'FIt IHTKnV ? f'fl Diistnn I
C.H.DITSON&CO., 843 Broadway. New York.
aprlft-T<*r
NEW SPRING GOODS
C. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
lluve now in Stock a Full Line of
Fancy andStapleWoolens
IJOT1I FOREIGN AN1) DOMESTIC,
Which we offer at
Prices that Defy Competition.
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry
the largest line of goods in the city, anil our
Get Ups are First Class in every res|H*ct.
A FULL LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Persons desiring anything in our lino will
find it to their interest to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. IIcss Ac Soiik,
mho Cor. Main and Fourteenth Bt?. j
FRFWP.H PRIINEQ T
iikiiuii i uunuu >
50 Uoxes French Francs, 11K0
I
100 two lb. Uoxes Faney Prune.1'. '
JUST RECEIVED BY j
1ST. SOHTJLZ,
aprl.r? 1319 Market Street. 1
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ;
ngPAKTUKK OF TRAIWW?T1MK. ?
8?U- 1
day. 'A. M. A. M. P. M. P. X. J
B. 4 0. B. K ? t*K *50 ?55 5:35
P. M.
3enLO.f)iT ?... 9:30 1:80 ffcfiO 11:15
t? n in rw- I ? <? -- ?
.... o.-fj i.'JOj 4:50 J
A.M. I
^CT. A Pitta 6:00 10.10 2:10 14:65
f. M.
!\,G. 4 8t,L.- 8:27 6:82] 8:27 1:22 4:17 6:42
3..T. V.&W 1:80 t'7:ui>l ?:? 1
arrival of trains.
Bunday.
a.m. r.M. r.M.
B.4 0.R.R 12:16 4.tf ?86 i
A.M. A.M. r.M. 1
3ent.0.DlT ? 6:10 9:? 10:60 6:40...^
r.M.
N.,P.AB.D1Y 11:20 6:06 8:25
r.m. r.ir. a.m.
Tier. A Pitts 11:22 6:48 7:67 18-42 _
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. r.M. r.M.
P., G.&8LL.. 10:87 7:62 8:37 10:87 8:27 7:12
r.M.
3?T.V.?W. ....110:81 tvj 17:16
t Dully except Hunrtajr.
1 StcHbcnvlllo Accommodation.?This train durng
the day pa*ew backward niul forward between
tfartin'* Ferry autfB illalre: stopping when required (
it th*? Sherman Uousd, yRtuavillo, Wefct Wheeliug I
ind Gravel HUL
t Mawdlon Accommodation. 1
yy heeling and elm grove r. r. _
On and after SATURDAY, APRIL 8th, ;u?.cars n
in the Wheeling and Elm Grove Itailnmd will run }
is follow*: Cant will leuvethe'eity (corner Eleventh
tnd Market sirtetM, and Htannn'a at
4:20 a. M. 10:-m a. M. i 2.20 T. M. u.2j p. M.
7:00 " 11:00 " | 3:00 " 7;00 "
. 7:13 m 11:10 " | 8:43 " 7m0 "
*20 " 12:20 r. M. i 4:20 8:20 "
0:00 " 1:00 " i 6:0c " 0:00 " i
0:40 " 140 " | 6:40 " 0 40 "
Sunday* exeapted. J AH. KLEKil.
aiirS Bnperiiitonili'nt ?>
A CAKD. '
To all who arc suffering from the error* and Ittdifr
retion* o( youth, nervoua wcaknwe, iarly decay,
mb of manhood, Ac., I will send a recipe that will
ure you, FREE OF CHARGE. ThU great remedy
rai discovered by a mhaionary In 8outh America,
end a self-addressed envelope to tho R*v. Joscra f.
VlMMAM. .StnUow D. Mw YnrkCUv. rdolMrwmw ^
For dodgers and small hand
billsgo
to the INTELLIGENCER JOB ROOM8, Noa. 26
nd 27Fourteenth street, where you cantoaocommo*
at short notice,
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PRY 00008-080. R.TAYLOR,
)E0, R.TAYLOR1
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10 OF CONSUMPTION ASB ONE OF ASTHMA.
ILL WELL MOWN CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI.
Wo make the following extracts from Dr. 0. E. Newton's J look on Disease* of the Ilesplitory
Organs:
Cincinnati, 0., May 80,1881.
l)r. 0. K. NmrreK, Cincinnati, Ohio:
Iktir Sir?I have hail Asthma for over ten year*; began treatment April 23,1881; am now
illrely cured. 1 have no dlttlcultv in breathing now. I mod t?? ho .scarcely able to whisper.
0 language could express my delight at having placed myself under vour treatment. 1
ould not for thousands of dollum ex|>oricnce the dreadful ftf lings I had bofoie 1 began
our treatment. I am paining flesh ami animation daily, and feeling twenty years younger,
have tried every remedy, but never found permanent relief until 1 met you. You also
ured my husband of Consumption, who had bnon given up to die; and alto the husband of
ly friend, Mis. Jacob Meyer, merchant at No. 1M5 lJremon street, who had Consumption
lid was given up for death. These two caws 1 know are now well and hearty. 1 attribute
all to your medicines and new improved Golden Instruments.
1 uui, with great re*j>ect, your obliged and grateful friend,
Mm. Carkik Skvrhs,
No. 11 Mary Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Young lady Saved by Curing ller of Consumption.
The daughter of a wealthy farmer of Butler; county, 0., who just budding into womanood,
was marked by the full diseaso, Consumption, in the opinion of her family and
'lends. She bad all the symptoms usually manifested in this dreaded atlliction, having a
imtinuul cough ami difllcnliy of breathing, pain and oppression iii her Jungs, night sweats
lid hectic fever, She was weak and emaciated, with entire loss of appetite, and had been
ttended by others, with no benefit, But by the use of my inhalation and general treaticnt
she at once began to improve, her improvement being "steady and ranid," us her
lotliM* writes tfte, until during tho second month of my treatment sue was "fat, rosy and
ealthy," having gained twenty-four pounds Head the letter below from the parents of
lie dear young duughtcr, which tells of the great benefits from my new and successful
reatiuent:
Tiienton, Butler County, 0., February 20,1881.
Dk. 0. r. Nkwtoi*?lkar Sir?Feeling a desire to do you, and all others all the good 1 can,
fool it my duty to state to you for the benellt of others similarly affected the condition of
iiy daughter, Marie Louise Schantx, when 1 applied to you for treatment in her case of
'onsumption. In tho month of lost October I took my daughter to you. She was then
uttering from u continual cough, tightness of breathing, great {win in her lungs and sides,
ttended with catarrh, sore throat, night sweats, beetle llush on cheeks, with daily
nroxysms of fever, with other troubles peculiar to her age, and an entire loss of appetite,
was advised by my father, Mr. John Augsberger, and Mr. John Shrock, to take her to you
fir tl'CAtllinut VVIinti I li.nl/ Imp trnn Hiuri. wua I...?11. ' '
,, ..... - .WW? .... ..,va ...v.v niw .Him; mi/ i:i-asatiUll U? IllT CUUglJ, HIIC
oughing at least every few minutes. 8ho had become no weak as to be confined to the
louse u large portion of the titut*. She had been treated here, hut without relief, as she
rew worse all tho time; hut 1 am happy to say that under your inhalation and general
reattnent, her improvement was steady and rapid, and in the second month she had gained
wenty-four pounds, and was fait rosy bfcalthy. She now works, plays and rides, and
* a happy, healthy girl.
For this greut change in her health, we feltlika recommending Mr. Frank Deuscher, of
iamilton, to you, whom you buvc also, us it were, ruised from the dead, from disease of
lie lungs.
For your skillful treatment, aided by the use of your new and improved instruments, in
tiese two cases, we feel siucerely grateful, as you have made two families intimate!v acquainted.
That you may continue to do as much good for others as you have for our fundi
les, is the fervent wish of our lives.
With great respect, we arc yours truly.
Jo8Kt*it Seii.v.NTz and Catharine Schant/,
Confirmation Strong as Holy Writ.
Since the above letter from Mrs. Schauta was written, I have received the following kind
nd additional communication from her:
Tiucnton, 0.. February 21,1881.
Ouisr E. Nkwton, M. I).: 'ltespected Doctor?I cannot Uml words to express my gratitude
or the good you dotoe my daughter, for by your skillful treatment she is spared to us. I)ocor,
you can not imagine how my heart ached to nee Louise sit down at the table, look at
he food prepared for her, and then gtit up, and not eat even one bite. Frank is using the
Ipray now?ids not>e is a great deal better. _
Tins being a fair day, Louise will take this letter to Trenton, two miles from here. What
difference between now and hist September, when she hud to use a came to walk across the
oom, and could not go up stubs without sitting down on the stairs to rest once or twice.
ltespcctfully, Cathkuink Schant/..
Asthma a Permanent Cure.
We extract the following from a social letter from Mrs. OosnhlA. nf Ponrtn Til
Iter my treatment, in which slie states thut she is no\v permanently cured and feels us well
s though she had never been sick in all her life. This case was recommended to me bv
Ir. 11. T. Thielber, a prominent wholesale merchant of that place, whom 1 cured o?
Isthma, Catarrh and Primary Consumption:
Peouia, III*., April 21,1881.
Pn. 0. K. Newton, Cincinnati. 0.?Dear J)r.?* 8 * There is no doubt in my mind but
liat I am cured, as I have exj?osed myself a good deal in the hist month to see if my
isthma would come buck. 1 have helped clean house, have perspired freely, ami gone out
>f doors, and am just as free from cold us if I had never been sick in all my life, which I
ould not have done before unless I was laid up in".:bed for a week, so I think it is good
iroof that I am cured. * In regard to the Inhaler, I will send it to you, as 1 have
10 more use fur it. I musyxmie to a close, and tlmnk you for all the interest and kindness
on have shown tome during my sickness, and I hope that many more will find the relief
have found under your care. 1 will do all I can for you.
Truly yours, Ann a Ojwciilr.
.'onsumption Associated With Dyspepsia Promptly and Satisfactorily
Cured.
A well known citizen whose place of business is at 135 Bremen street, writes as follows:
12W Bremen Street, Cincinnati, Feb. 24, 1879.
Dir. 0. K. Newton?My Kind SirIn the hitler part of November last I was recommendd
to you fur treatment of disease of my lungs and dyspepsia by those who had been cured
ly you. My condition then was one of great anxiety to me as well us my friends, us I was
tillering fro'm a severe cough, loss of flesh, night sweats and fever, loss of appetite and
lemorrhage, accompanied with great pain in mv stomach, which continued day and night,
he greatest pain following almost anything I tried to eat. By your inhalation treatment
ou promptly helped my cough, .the night sweats and fever soon disappeared, as well as the
orenessof niv stomach, at.d my appetite and digestion soon became natural. For the
irompt benefit I derived from your inhalation and constitutionul treatment I feel extremey
grateful, and cheerfully recommend your treatment, from my own experience, us well
s ihe knowledge of what it bus done for ofchers. to all persons sullering with consumpion,
as I was. Again please accept my grateful acknowledgments and believe uio,
Yours very truly, Jacoii Meyer.
Asthma and ilrouchitis.
Cured in less than one month. The recipient of the cure writes the following letter,
rliich exp%ins fully her condition aud recovery: ,
Cincinnati, StpJembcrS, 1880.
Dr. 0. 12.kwton?Dcttr Sir?I am most happy to inform you, that from the consultation
ml treatment given to me by you, I have been relieved from a severe Asthma and llronhi
ill attack, and I can cheerfully recommend your new and successful treatment for utt
onus 01 disease of tin: respiratory organs. Hoping you will be as successful with all othrs
us you have been with nie. I beg.to return my sincere thanks, and sign myself,
Yours very truly, Mauy Kat/kpiiekuku, 40!> l'lum street,
Caturrli anil Polypus of the Nose. .
The following letter speuks for itself, Received five months after the patient was disbarged,
cured:
Ci.AiiK8mi.ic. Tkx., January 11,1881.
Dn, 0. E. Nbwtos?Dens Sir?My Ijc/iIHi, I ??? most happy to inform you, is entirely retored
in every. We arc having the most severe winter ever known in Texas, and if 1 get
[trough this season all right I shall have no fears of had health in future. 1 sent one of
our hooks and cards to a friend in Ladonia, Texas, several days ago. and begged him to
rite to you immediately. He has consumption, and is getting worse rapidly. Have
poken of and recommended you to several others who have this disease.
l'lcase accept my warmest gratitude and sincercst wishes of myself and all our family as
very small recompense for your great kindness to me. Truly your friend,
Cauiuk E. Daj.k.
A letter from the accomplished daughter of one of the oldest and most respectable fannies
in Kentucky, which she has voluntary written for the benefit of those who have hereofore
had a doubt us to the curability of Catarrh:
Flohbnck, Ky., April, 1879.
Dn. 0. E. Nkw'Ton? Dear Sir? I take the liberty to address you a few lines once more,
lost expressly do 1 extend you my sincere thanks for your kind and successful treatment
n my case. Yes, 1 feel perfectly well again, und'proud and happy to stato that 1 feel beter
than I ever have in live years. I hone the cure of my case of Catarrh, which you have
aken pains to publish in your book, will be the means of your having many such cases
iresetited to you for treatment, and many sufferers getting rescued from that dreadful
lisease. 1 know u great muny persons who would willingly lly toyou f<*r relief could they
inly be convinced that they would meet a permanent cure. Hut they have been intluencell
y quacks ot doctors, made believe by them tiiut Catarrh is incurable, until it is hard to
onvince some of them that there reigns one, among the Lords of Creation, who can cure
rhen all others fail. Long months or years may roll by before we niuy need your kind and
ml skillful attention again. Rut through sickness or health tuay we huvo the honor to
laim you as our physiciun; and if serious affliction should darken our household at any
into, and you^ kind attention waa solicited and invited, may you obey the invitation. I
. ill conclude with my best'wishes for your success and luippiucss through a long life, and
iromise to use my best efforts in your behalf- through the future. Respectfully yours,
, Julia A. Kick.
Patients are treated and cured as well at home as if 1 saw them every day. The Treatiient
and Instruments tire sent to any part of the United States unon the n>e?ln? ?f <6'>nnn
osiomce uruer or uiecK on the Hunk for the lirst month.
Testimonials from Pali cuts.
The following list of names are of well known persons who have lately been treated by me,
ml who have examined most carefully the working ami application of the new instru*
tents which I have recently introduced, and which they testify are all tliut I claim for
hem; being new, useful and easily used. Head below what they say individually:
Cincinnati, January, 1881.
Having been attlicted with Nasal Catarrh a long time, and having received much special
rcatmcut for the-same, we feel that we can readily understand any imurovements in renedial
appliances in this disease.- Therefore, from actual experience with the Instruments,
rc unhesitatingly pronounce the improvements lately introduced by Dr. O. K. Newton, in
lie treatment of Catarrh, viz.: the Nasal Spray or Atomizer, the Naso-Pharyngeal Douche,
nd his Lung Dilator, to do invaluable as a means for tne successful! treatment of this
itherto intractable disease, as by their use he is now enabled to place in the hands of any
110 his former successful treatment in such a way that they can now cure themselves with
lie aid of his specific medicines.
W'c tlnd no trouble in using either of the Instruments, as they aro quite simple and
asily understood, and aro also quite durable. Kvery jierson who has Catarrh should use
Ir. O..E. Newton's apecitlc Ken\edies and the flasal-Atomizer, Naso-l'haryngeal Douche,
nd Lung Dilulor, used by him, If they desire a prompt, and radical cure. Very respect
illy yours, etc,
homns S. Hoyce, of Jtoyoe Mowett, 22 Dnjton st. Jesrie Far^eiil, M) Fmith street.
lenry A. Fink. Commission Merchant, 160 We?t Mr*. I, You?k. *>7 laurel street.
Court st. Residence, :utt BnyiulUer treet. KsttierTrost. St!i Vine street.
. G. Wright,Engraver and tteucil Cutler, 1G7 Itace Mrs. l.lzzle it. .smith, 4H Kim strwt,Newport,Ky.
street. ,t-'-oilier, 53 Hast Fourth utreet. I
ha W. Jones, 1131 Batikllek street,Covington. Ky. Ida /.. helium, b \\ llsonstreet.
imes A Devon, Attorney ut Ijivr, 202 llopklns st. Leniorn Diothertou, 8.S Bltteuhouse street,
Iary Heyu, C? Brown street. Crist, Liberty, Iml. I
int. Minnie WehkliiK, 18 Dudley street. Un. 8. D?ther*l residence, Price's Hill
enry SeVun, 17 Mary street. U Thcobold, Merchant, :>0J Race street.
icob Meyer. laMJrcmen street. Mr*. Oeoivo W. Neare, for daughter Corrlne, 328
In WctcnRei, 22 East Ninth street. \\ est Nfiithstreet.
)hn Brlnkmeyer. W llremen street. J>. M.Jarrell, ex-Sheriff, Liberty, Union Co., Ind.
'. II. Douuldson, 267 Flndlay street. Mrs. tjeo. Hack, Miullsonvhle, Hamilton Co., 0.
. C. Toner, lit" West Third street. Mrs. Ld. Wehklng. 02 ItolH-rtitreet, Newport, Ky.
tk Mnry Behmtidde, 3Cfl Race strret. James Morpin, hupt. Workhouse, Hamilton Co.. O.
rs. C. I? (iteenamejer, 172 Kastern rive. V\ in. M. l.lttlo. 253 lkitts street.
It. (kiirls, L. M R. It, Clnclmiatl MUsKaehel Adams. tljiusUter of C.T. Adams, Wholew.C.
I). \\ t?t, for daughter \ trgic,4G Dayton st, snip iron Merelmnt, 580 West Couri street.
Hgust Simmons, itewurd. steamer Fleetwood, Cln? Mrs. Kiiu I). llaber, Clnrksvllle. Tea us.
elunatl and Pouieroy I'aeket Company. Miss Carrie Dale, (larks* ille, Texas.
A. Darby, Ml Hast Third triot. 11. H. Robinson, formerly editor and proprietor of
rank Schauta:. Trenton, Butler county, O. Cincinnati Kwmirrr. 1 ?
arlo 1 utilise Schauta. Trenton, Butler county, O. Chas. C. Umce. 123 L?8alle street. Chicago, Hi.
<i.toppln,arelilteet,7Sbud*dlast.. Newport, ky. Mr*. M. D.l'aull, Hednmsvllle, IlamiitouCounty 0
m. MurvHrcl (j 1111 van, lleriy avo\ Bellevue, Ky. Chas. W. Lewis, biiiruriRe, Tcnn. '
H. Collins, with Americau Expto* Co., 1M Ldwln Hoole.of Snyder & lloole, Wholeaalo MerLaurel
street. , . chants, 101 Walnut stieet.
eo. W. Ito's, 400 Blchmoud streeL
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"Diseaiies ol the ltectum, ' A llifitorv ot the llot Springs of Arkanmu," "An Jfewiv
on Asiatic Cholera " "Ilemarks on Chronic Diseases." Also Editor and Proprietor
ol "Sclentillc anil Rational Medical Treatment," Quarterly. aprlS
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