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I ittllV O. A TT?0 .nirr.f TCTftf WEDNESDAY MfiTCrVmil TVTAPmT ; iwcn '
It nrf ms almost impossible that any one
can doubt the t'lftcacy of
FOR THE CURE OF
after rwuHdrr th evldenos we publish In
1 - , . 1 I I .1
uus paper, i ue peopio who give muso cer
tificates are well and favorably known in
the communities In which thoy reside, and
many of them have kindly offered to answer
any communication from those who are
auiictea wua disease of the uiroat or lungs.
For other Certificate of Vuree, tend for
Dr. Schenck't Book on Contumption,
Liver Complaint and Dytpeptia. ' It ghee
A fuli detcription of then ditentet in their
ttiiou form, alto, valuable information
in regard to the diet and clothing of the
tick; ltou and tehen exercite $hould be
taken, de. , I'hit book it the mult of
tunny yean of ttperUnee in the treatment
of Lung Diteaut, and thould be read, not
only by the afflicted, but by tlwie teho, from
hereditary taint or other eaute, tttpjxtte
ihemtcltct liable to any affection of the
Uiroat or lunge.
IT IS SENT FREE
Fost-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. It. Schenck & Son, P.O.
Box 2833, Philadelphia, Pa.
Go and Bee the people who write the fol
lowing lutters, if possible.
A Oentlemnn well-known In Zanravllle,
Dresden and Cuhoctou, wrltea from ry
Pa. J. H. ScHtSCSt! '
Dear ir In the Winter' of 187 I was told by
three prominent doctors that my wife had Consump
tion, and that the could not live until Spring. Soon
after this a friend, who lives in Dayton, Ohio, re
commended your medicines to her, but having been
told that the was incurable, we had no faith in
them. Her friend finally brought her a bottle of
your PULMONIC SYRUP, and intiated on her
giving It a fair trial.. She did ho, and thank God,
by its use her life was saved. She is now entirely
1 am well-known here, at well ns In Zanetville,
Dresden, and Cohocton, and would reter you to tlx
druggist! and others in these towns who will re
member my wife' a case at a very bad one. I have
recommended your medicines to a great many, and
bare never known them to fail in making cures
where they have been given a fair trial. I am in-1
duced to tend yun this by the thought that it will
be of such great use to suffering humanity.
Not. i, .879. - A. K WHITE.
Proprietor White House, Pekin, III,
Another ease of Consumption Cured at 1
La Forte, IndX.
La Ports:, Ixo., I
Da. Schsmoc: Jan. 31st, 1&S1. 1
About twelve yean ago I was dangerously ill
with Lung Fever. I had great trouble in breath
ing ; every breath I drew caused me pain. I had
three doctors treating me, but 1 grew worse all the
time. . 1 was at that time connected with the Lake
Shore R.R. Co. One of my fellow clerks induced
toe to get some of your medicines, saying that he
Jiad used them himself with entire success. I sent
for some of your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic
and Mandrake Pills. I used them according to the
directions, and in ' a short time noticed a marked
improvement in my health, which kept up as 1 con
tinued using your medicines. After taking several
bottles each of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
Tonic I got entirely over my sickness.
Since that timi I have recommended your nicdiA
elnes to many other people living in La Porte, whs?
iiko mem wiui great success.
F. W. NEBELTHAU.
Ex-Trustee of La Porte Co.
Consumption Cured-Kead this Letter
from Mr. lttick, of Lit Porto, Intl.
La Ports, Isn., 1
D. ScHtNCK t ' Jan. aist, 1S81.
In the year 187s I was-suffcrlng with Consump
tion, and had gottca so low that I had no hope of
ever getting well again. I waited for death to put
an end to my sufferings. There was one of my
friends who was persistently trying to have me ue
your Pulmonic byrup and Seaweed Tonic, but I
utterly refused to get any more medicine. I was
disgusted with medicine. I had tried so many dif
ferent medicines without being helped by any.
Finding that I was not to be persuaded, he bought
some of your Pulmonic Syrup unci Seaweed Tonic
himself, and brought them to me. I at first refused
to touch them. I did not want to be experimented
on, but finally consumed to use them merely to sat
isfy him. not that I e. pectcd they would do nie any
good. I commenced taking the Pulmonic Syrup
and Seaweed Tonic, and to my great surprise felt
almost immediate relief and was encouraged to
continue using them. My condition improved un
der their um, until, in time I grew perfectly well,
no trace of the disease remaining. My lungs had
healed up and crew stronger than ever. 1 was per-
Sanemly cured, ns I have had no trouble with my
ngs since that time.
1 one my life entirely to your medicines. Noth-
InfT flnK nvrH m, I will f.. . v...r..l ...:,....
to the great virtues possessed by your medicines.
I know of several othcrcasc here where your med-
icineshave been used with entire success. I am
well known here, being one of the original German
settlers in La Porte Co., and having been in the Liv
ery business for many years.
. . .,, JOHN ITTICK.
N. B. I can and will, if necessary, swear before
any Justice of the Peace, 10 all that I have said ia
the above statement.
This is to Cmtrirv. That w have sold the mrdl
eincs mentioned in these ccrtilicatet t Mr. Nebel
thau and others, and their statementi are authentic
FRED'K WEST A CO.,
' ' ' , Druggists.
-from Mr. Harley I. Uopklns, of Trovi
dence, It. I. Ho Is Cured uf Consumption
1y Dr. Schenck' Medicines, utter being;
given uptuillo by soma uf the bust physi
cians uf tUo city. :
Da. J. II. ScjicxCks
Dear Sir I have been cured rf what three
01 the best physicians or this city told me was Con
, sumption of the lungs, by the use of your medi.
. tinci. 1 wis first attacked with the disease in Oc
tober, iCJa, n;d although I wis from that time
continually under the care of a physician, I grew
worse and worse until at last I was confined to my
; bed. I can hardly say that I was first attacked with
the disease in iiUo, for my lungs had been Weak
lor many years previous to this, and 1 would quite
often have severe pain in my breast if I kk.1i the
least cold or exerted myself too much in any wuy.
I grew worse, my cough became very bad ; I had
night sweats so severe that my bed through the
' thrown over me. I was continually raising blood
and large quantities of offensive matter from my
lungs, and at last had nil the well-known symptoms
of Consumption la it List sialics.
At the request of mylamily, my physician called
In two other doctors of ibis city, and they after an
riuumiauun i,ri-u mac my case was Hopeless.
iney iniormeo. my wue trait I nao better be told
that 1 could not live, as my time would be very
short for arranging my worldly affairs. They also
tuid that no medicine would be of any use to me.
The next day my friend, Mr. A. I. Uitli.he.inng o!
my condition, sent me a bottle of your Pulmonic
Syrup, thinking it mi(;ul relieve my Cough, and
make my expectoration easier. 1 begat) using a,
. never even hoping that it would cure me, but tiiid
, ing great relief from its use, when tlio first bottle
was gone I sent and got mors ( so I continued it un-
Jll I Iad used seven or eight bottles. All this tune
wis In bed and was so weak that 1 had to be
lifted, f Tills wa: not a- difficult thing Uido, huw-
t .- ..... J I .nm,ni i! ,!, Iiui tit .nil, m rfl.......
with 00 thought of it curing me, but after taking
ihe eighth bottle 1 would onine timet feel a little
lunry, a thing I hod not before done for many
jaofUis. t ouuucd to OKDlion that after Uking
' j' V- .v.v.. .:. '! -. !
four or Ave bottles of the Pulmonic Syrup, I also
hten tuWinC Iho Seaweed Ionic, and I also look
some of the Mandrake IMIi.
It it neediest (or me to give you on account of all
my feclinps during mjr recovery. Of count It was
low, but it was alo aure. 1 gradually gained
strength, the character of what 1 railed from my
lunpn was changed, not being to offensive, and at
nut I wag able to get up and walkabout my room.
)'mm thii lirot my recovery Vat rapid, I gained
flesh fart and toon went out doort, and now, i am
entirely well, a wonder to all niy acquaiulances Whs
my me when I wai 10 luw,
I weiph 161 pound, appetite pond, nnd I tan
truly my that I never felt better in my life. Icon
nider your medicine at vrnnderful in their effect.
They have aaved my life nnd I feel o thankful to
ynu that 1 am aniinut that all who are auffcrinR
with luni trouble! should know how good they ire.
Of course, I can give a better account of my caw
telling of It than in writing and if ny who read tbi
art intereated, they arc welcome to tall on nie at my
May 19th, iS8t. HARLEY P. HOPKINS,
No, t Howell St Providence, R. .
Mr. Hakley 1. Hoi kins, who writci the foregoing
letter to Dr. Schenck of Philadelphia, Is ua old resj.
dent of Providence, I have known him well fur
the last fifteen yean, and I can assure the public
that all he hai written in record to Ins sickness and
recovery ii strictly true. lie was considered a con
sumptive in the last stages ot the disease by his
physician and fnendsjnd I believe that his recovery
is entirely due to the use of Dr. Schenck's Medicines,
May lutU, ilii. II 1. LEIT'I, Druggist,
JS'o. sta North Main St., Providence, R. L
Consumption can, b Cared
Nrw Yokk, I 1
Dk. Schkncki Nov. th, IISI. I
Dear Sir In looking over one ol your books, In
which I find so maoy letters recommending your
Medicines, I have thought to myself how negligent
I hare been in not making my case public, that
others might take warning. In visiting my friends
in New Jersey a short lime since, my attention was
drawn to the many advertisements in large letters
on different buildings and fences 1 Dr. Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tunic, and Mandrake
Tills. As I looked at these, tears of gratitude felt
fiors my eyes, and I thought what a blessing that
sue It a man as Dr. Schenck should be sent among
us , 97 years ago I contracted a heavy cold, which
settled on my Lungs. I look many things that
were recommended for colds, but nothing seemed
to relieve me. I made gallons of syrups with many
different kinds of herbs; still I got no better. My
husband would consult doctors, lut they gave him
no encouragement, only said I must die, I bad
then been afflicted over 7 years. One of my tons
came in one day and said to me, " mother, I have
heard of a Dr. Schenck that Is making great cures
in Consumption ; will you see him?" 1 had given
up all hope of recovery, but he insisted upon it.
Consequently, I was taken over to Dr. Scbcnck,
then in Bund St. He examined my lungs and gave
me encouragement. 1 took the Pulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about two
months, and felt as well as ever I did. 1 have en
joyed good health ever since, and if any of my fam
ily take cold it is our only Medicine. I am this day
67 vears of age, and can walk and attend to busi.
n ssat w ell as many at 40. If there are any that
wish 10 know the particulars of my cose, they are
u liberty 10 call on me.
V ours Truly,
MRS. SARAH LAWSOtf,
334 West 1 jth St., New York City.
Hereditary Consumption Cured.' .
Dr. Sciiknck t
Dear Sir In the autumn of 1I77 I hod a severe
cough, with terrible rain in my sides and between
my shoulders. I had very little appetite, and what
little I could eat only distressed me. I consulted
physicians, who said my condition was a very bad
one and gave live different cough syrups and Ionics,
from which I received no benefit, but seemed to
grow worse and kept losing flesh and strength. I
had night sweats, and sweat most of the time dur
ing the day. I coughed and raised blood and a salt,
foamy phlegm; my throat was filled with ulcers, I
could hardly swallow; sometimes 1 could not speak
a loud word for weeks; my lungs grew more pain
ful every day with difficult breaihing.whi.e pleurisy
pains would almost stop my breath. I had colic
pains, sour stomach, and vomiting up everything I
ate. My whole body was filled with pain. I could
not lie down, but had to recline in a sitting posture
to breathe. I gave up and did not think of ever
fitting up again, as it was hard moving myself: my
eet and ankles began to swell badly, and my sips
had given out long before.
In this sinking condition, I thought I would try
your remedy for Consumption; it might do me some
good; it could do me no harm, for I was certain 1
could not lives month longer the way I was.
At lh.it time, May, iS;S, t procured your Pulmonic
Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Pills, and look them as
directed. In a week I was belter and began to
throw off from the lungs a greenish-yellow matter
streaked with blood, could eat a little without throw
ing it up. the pains in my sides were not so severe;
I could sleep an hour very soundly, and that was
what I had not done for three months.
I took your medicines steadily six months; my
cough got better, 1 did not sweat so bad nichts,
kept gaining slowly, and in a year after I began
your medicines 1 could say I felt well. 1 besran to
gain flesh, and last September weighed one hundred
and thirty-five pounds fifteen pounds more than I
ever weighed before in my life.
Your medicines, I know, saved my life: and 1
would say, from my own experience, to all Con
sumptives, take Dr. Schenck't medicines, for they
will certainly cure you. I had Consumption, it is
hereditary in our family, my father and two brothers
having died of it. I have had better health the
past Winter than for ten years previous.
SARA hi A. CARTER.
Carlisle, Mass., April 5, 1SS0.
Discharged from the Army In the Last
Mtagrs of I'oiiniimiitloii. Cured by Dr.
Statement of Mr. Julius Boy don,
of Providonco, R. I.
I was discharged from the V. S Army In June,
E6. as an incurable Consumptive. My discharge
reading thus; "Advance stage of Consumption 01
the Lungs." I was advised by the army surseon to
live out-doors as much as possible, lie informed
my friends that I was incurable, but that with care
1 might be made comfurtable lor mine. Mycniinh
was almost without cessation. I raised matter from
my lungs in large quantities, and 1 had all the other
well-known symptoms uf tiie disease. I took many
remedies without benefit. In September 1 went to
see Dr. Schenck, and soon after benn to use his
full course of medicines. I soon felt their bench1
cialeflects, my cough growing less and less and my
strength coming back to me very fast. In the fol
lowing April 1 was entirely well and came to Provi.
tience and went to work From that lime to this I
have been entirely well, not sfiending one dollar for
doctors or medicines for myself. I therefore know
that Dr. Schenck's medicines are good and reliable
hi LunK Disease. My cure was considered almost
a miracle by those who knew me when 1 was dis
charged from the army,
Of Doyden & Whelden, footers, No. 574 N. Main
St.. Providence, K. I., July alu, i&ii. f ormerly
vl South Wolpuls, Mail.
Do not produce sickness at the ttomath, nausea or
griping. On the contrary, they are so mild and
agreeable in their action that a person suffering
with a sick headache, snur stomach, or pain in the
bowels, is speedily relieved of these distressing
symptoms. They act directly on the liver, the or
van which, when in a healthy condition purities the
blood fur the whole body.
They are a perfect preparation of the great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Pcdophyllln, a
remedy that ha duokced the use of mercury, as
well as many other poisonous drugs, in the practice
of every intelligent physician. r
ri'iin'".!:.'' Collfw Medicine, of
Clncinnaii, says 1 " In Constipation K acts utwn
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costivenesi. In 1 hmn . I r .7 1.
I , , , . " "muuu mere is
1 not its equal In Ihe whole range of medicines, being
vastly more useful than mercurial agents, arousint
wT . i """"r s.iKJu, increasing me now 01
bile, and keeping up these actions longer than any
oilier agent witlilwhlch we arc acquainted." tSee
Aiaeiiuut Diupcotatory, page o.) .
In all cases of Liver Complaint or pyspepsln,
where there is great weakness or debility, lJr.
fYhnck'a BeaweMl Toulo should bu used la
connection with these Pills.
Sr. Schenck's Medicines;,
and Pulmonic Syrup
Are sold by alt Dnieguts, and full directions for
their use are printed on . the wrappers of every
Take Dr. Schenck't address now, and send for
the book mentioned in the beginning of this adver
tisement. Prodaotion of Orealg.
The cereal entimale of tho depart
ment of agriculture for the crop of 1H81
are completed, nhowin a nioro general
retliietion in iehl than for many'. yearn.
During the tire prei-eiling year.' no ono
of the grain crop met with erioui ills
aster. In li".V tho wheat product was
rcfluccil. while the eoru crop was abovo
!tn average. Iu 1871 the rererse was
true, wheat making an average crop
and corn nearly a oad a failure a in
lfsfl. In 169 corn was a comparative
failure, while wheal produced more than
an average yield. Id no aenxon since
the inauguration of crop-reporting has
there been no general disaster, involv
ing corn, wheat, barley, buckwheat, ami
rye, onto alone being exempt from los.
The aggregate of corn estimates i I,
194,916,000 bushel, grown upon 6 1. 2,
025 acred, or 18.6 bushels jc.r acre. This
is a reduction of 31 per cent, from the
crop of 18W.
The wheat crop aggregate 380,280, 000
bushels, a reduction of 22 per cent.,
grown on 37,709,020 acres, a yield of
10.1 bushels per acre, the lowest rate of
yitild vet reported for the enlirc crop.
Rye, 20,?0J.9.r)O. a reduction of 27 per
cent., area 1,780,100 acres, yielding 11.6
bushels per acre.
The t roduct of oats is 41C.481.000
bnshels, against 417,8S.',,.1R0 in 1SS0..
The area is 16,831. 600 acres, and the
yield 24.7 bushels per acre.
Barley, 4i, 161,330 bushels (a reduc
tion of 9 per cent.), grown on 1.967,510
acres, or at tho rate of 20.9 bushels per
Buckwheat, 9,486.200 bushels, grown
on 828,815 acres, yielding 11.4 bushels
The aggregate product of all cereals
is 2.0fl3,029,570 bushels, against 2,718,
193,501, a decrease of 24 per cent.
The aggregate. val".o of cereals grown
in 18HI is greater than the total valua
tion for 1880.
Corn and oats, mainly consumed at
home nnd used interchangeably, aro
most affected by tho failure of inaize.
The average value of corn has advanced
from "9.6 cents in 18S0 to 63.6 in 1881;
oaU from 36 to 4C.4 cents; wheat ha
advanced from an average of 95 cenU
to $1.19 per bushel.
Tho aggregate quantitios, areas, and
valuations are as follows:
Cereals. Tlushel. Acre. Value.
Corn t.lM,9l.UH0 tt4,3ia.Oa $ TftMSlTU
Wheat...... fcM.aW.OC: X.Ton.rtM 4ja.TOt.4n
Oats 4l6.45l.Om J,KII.0J0 W.1W.K0
Morley 41.101.)0 l,7,!il0 Sl.W.'.jlJ
Rye ,704,ju 1,;.S0.I00 ji.r7.4IS
Utick wheat. .4Sn,3) &,SI5
Totals. t,0M,(E9,5;U 11.yS,070 $l,4a7,SAS.2U0
1 - 1 1 ii.
While the reduction of product of corn
in the seven surplus-yielding States
amounts to about four-tenths of the us
ual crop, the aggregate still equals 62
tier ceut. of the crop of tho country,
leaving, a.s the production of thirty-one
State and ton Territories, but throo
cigh'ji of the maize product.
The yield per acre, which should be
30 bushels in a year of moderate pro
duction, is but 21.3 bushels, yet this is
larger than the average yield "of tho re
maining States, which is 15.4 bushels.
Tho price per bushel is less, being 55
cents instead of 81 cents in the remain
ing State. .
Th following table gives the States
producing a surplus of maize:
... 7.7u.syx) s,i:n,4( $ 4S.avi.wio
TH.bls.mig ft.UTtT.KO 47.i7ll.X)
... a;.omi.uflu i,s;o,Kio
.. 7.3;:.0O3 4.1'Jrt..'i0it
... .v.yiwoo s,no,a)
flcren States.. 737.;M,0U0 3t,5;M.40U llOttUW
ami tdrrlfrle4.':,157,OO0 SJ.B67.rB.', .T.o.Ktt.SflO
There are but ten Slates oast of the
Rocky Mountains that ever have a sur
plus of wheat. These, with California
and Oregon on the i'aeilic coast, nnd
Washington and Dakota Territories,
yield alithe wheat for the supply of uon
fupporting sections and foreign coun
The ten Western States produced 6i
fcr cent of the wheat crop of 1881, as
Ilushel. Acres. Value.
M in jcniita.,
1. wo :ro
t I! .WM
Total.....344,!.fl,;xn a'l.Krt.SiO VI,Ji:,54t)
These ten Slates produced C5 per
cent, of tho oat crop of 1881, as fol
IlusneU. Acres. Value.
M Into iran ,.
.... IS.0.i7,W fVU.itut)
.... t7l 1.0 0 fl'.l.rdO
. .. flis.4l.ii.0kl I KH.4U0
.... Ill.'.VU.trfl I.O.',LT
.... ai,7M,nfl tir.7.700
.... w,;ki.ui m,vo
.... s.W.'Oi :t:ihi
Tolal J OMi.lM KSZ.m liiAl.Sjf)
"I wish' to 11 si; tho Court." said a
facetious bnrrister, who hm lin-ti oalletl
to testify ns uii expert, "if I im toUl,
Jielei o coliirt into t, wise, (11 which I
Jiavo no ieisoiial intere-l, un.l u
lejral oplniou for nolhin-;?'' Vh, ms,
cerlalnly," replied tint ini!d-in:iime;rti
judge; "ijlvu it for wli.'.t it U w.1t'Ui.'
MEN OF, THE DAY.
1 1 , '
The Now Chinese Minister to tho United
The new ' Chinese minister to tho
United States is a protege of the Viceroy,
and belongs to what is known a.s the
progressive parly in China. Previous to
his appointment to this high oflice, he
was' superintendent 'of tho nrsctial at
Shanghai, where he introduced the most
approved machine obtainable in foreign,
countries, because of its superiority Ioh
the primitive appliances of the Chinese. "
He also filled the high oflice of Customs
Ttotai, or Intendant of Maratimo Reve
nue at Tien-Tsin.
Chf.no Tsao Jl, Is portly in person,
wears a slightly grizzled mustache, and
like all other ollieors of the l lowery
Kingdom, has a suave nnd diplomatic
manner. Ho is accompanied by bis w ife
and two nephews. The young mcu are
fully conversant w ith the Knglish lan
guage, in which they were instructed by
Chin Cm Ycno who is chief interpreter
to the legation. There are attached to
the embassy several oflieers of rank
the party numbering tvelve ollicers and
seventeen servants. The members of
the embassy are some of the IkM poei
mi'tisof the Chinese that ewrvWtcd the
A Dead wood evangelist was called to
help revive a Sunday-school thai had
been closed for two weeks, lie peror
ated a follows: When this ycr Sunday-school
closed. I.wa'n't here, or I
should a-hucked ag'in it. 1 believe there
is a place in that ar Bible as s:ns if a
feller is a fool and a w avfarin' loan he
kin understand some on it, if he'll read
it at all, nnd I am iu favor of start in'
her up ag'in, supcrintendcr or no nuper
iutender, Christians or no Christians,
and a-keepiu' her rtiuiiiu' the track the
hull year round: and that's the kind of
a cat I am." Thcro was it tmaniuioiis
vote to "start her up ag'in."'
No one can realize, except my personal
experience, the anyui&h of mind nnd body
endured lyutlcrt:rs from dyspepsia, in
digestion, tonstipation and other diseases
ot the stomach. Burdock Blood Bitters are
a positive ure forthisdircst of nil diseases.
A Signal Victory. .
The value of electricity as a remedial
aont bss gained a signal victory over ):';
judice, Thomas' telectric Oil stands foic
most in this cli-s of coirpo'im s. Tesii
moninls from all parts to1, of the wondrous
cures of rheutnntisin, neurnlyia, liuite, and
ores, etc., affected by its agency.
Titos. Howard, Bradford, Pa., write : "I
enclose mi ney for Spring Blossom, as I said
I would if it cuied me; my dyspepsU has
vanished with all its symptoms. Many
thnnks; I shall never be without it in tho
bouse. Trice 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts.
. Wm. McCautney, 83 Lloyd street, Buf
falo, N. Y., fell and sprained bis anl'lc.
His employer, II. Anderson, 94 Main street,
pn cured some Thoums' Eclectric Oil, and
lie enjs that a few .applications enabled
him to go to-work as usual.
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! 1 !
Are you diaturlied ut uilit and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at ouco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Smithing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used if, who will not tell you
ot once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sufe to uo in all esses, and
pIcHsstit to the tuste. and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest snd best female
physicians nnd nurses in tho United Status.
Sold everywhere.' 25 cents a bottle.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, aud all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for iffo. All
druggista. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured by Shlloh's Cure. Wc guarantee it
Paul O. Schnh. Airent. . . 1
On Th rty Day's Trial.
Wn will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Bolts and other Eleetrio Appli
ances on trial for U0 days to young men
nnd other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guarsnteeinir
speedy rellui and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Itupftire, nnd many other
diseases. Illustsited pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Bolt.G'o.. Marshall, , Mich.
Will you stiKKKitwith Dyspepsia ,nnd
Liver Complaint? - Shlloh's Vitamer's
cuarsntccd to cure you. Paul O, 8cbh,
lnlf l.Prrllillo W.I PHt
nf Ikf MIS Mlil nn,
rmm, hwi ri.-, ny
I Mill iimiim r
KMlp Of W. ") P""-
Br nil (
ll It "7, V'
few ana min.
Wbul-Ml.wa aiiwu. .
z jL 1
QUEAT Gf.um DESTKO VEll.
" DATUIY'S 1
Pl'ATilltrlonfin TiMllif I f
a. x vjhj i(ivnu j. aiiivi
I'lctra inrlfld unrthi-nl-vd.
vontcri snd cured.
w'miiiilii lieiili d riipldlv,
Scurvy cured lu fborl
Tuner dried up.
It luperfi c ly Urmlem.
J?',:r or tliroftt it U a
i. Ii lilt-1 u ill Ipitleil.
tjlnp Ii vtr jiruvuiitud by
Ill ninis of denth In the
limine. It ili i i lil ul
v.lvs be used ahoiit
tbu CDIP'-I it will
Jin-villi' tiny on plci-H-n
n I rmell. An ntiti
doto lor aiiin ul or vet;-s-titlilu
Dimucrnns cIIIiivIr of
pii k ro"iiiK mnl hiisplt
ai r ninvod by it uo
Yellow levu iradicBUil.
Cunlamoi. liu.lrui ml.
Hick rnnms (mrtrteil and
Vovurvd ntiil alck pur-
sons rnliuwd ami ra-
fnsiicd hv 'hathliii:
with , I'ri))ihvlactlr.
' Until added to thu
Suit white complexions
suenrud by its tmo iu
I in (in r nir mnile hnnii-
Wm and imrliliMl by
To purify thu h'i'fttu,
rliaiini thu lueth, ll
ran'! be snrpaKHud.
C'stHrrh rcllovcd and
Fnnini'lii' ciiri-d .
Iliirna i.-liuved Inatf lltly,
St'srH iri'V'iiti!d .
Ifumovin all ti ii jilitn h nut
. ct i:kp
In fnct It la Ihe great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Mnntiricturlu); Chemtfts, SOl.K l'U01'I!fKT0HS.
N E U Jl A L (J I A . ,
It hs been nevrlaiiii'd tluit the most inveterate
crii of iieiiruli'iu ure cnriil I y lloin' Snip of
llvpopl (iHplnti'- Nut in iy is tbu prlr;iplo die
rsce ernuieuleil. but the p.tii nt ir mud" vi-ornuH
and i"tioiii; Itiecloiiiit-h.tl.ehluod Ihe.UIn breoiiu
lualth, mnl he uijt.iii.i a new ltaru of eil)i.t
I be only intipifjc' iry tresttneut of m nrnl;la li by
s'reii):lhiMilii! the uei'vons fv-teui. A pi'isua with
stroiii; nenes In ver fulX re from till- rli-esce.
The vln in n oi tVilow ' t'oni ioiiml.Si rup uf Ily
pniil.ofpbili sure n.ih tbiil olher rtiiivdies are sel
ilotn rvi) Oreil
The iieiiiiii.il for llvpopho"! hitcii and oder ChoH
phortif prenrnti'-ii nt the pri.'.eiit da v. I larsely
on Ills' to the if' Mid i l.;et n:ol mn -s folio" In,' th"
introdii'Mioiiol tbi art.ee in tile I'mted '--t.iies
I m p o r t a ut.
Sbonld the tival d h.ivnunv difllcnl.r In tro
Ctirlni! Ih Crmiiiiri) Syrup in hi v cinilv. let him
not be tiit oil .vith anv other remedy, heinn-e tlii
art ele lei not itf eijuul iu the cliinasia for which
It I" ri" oiii"i. tided.
NOTI'.. Uy fn-pleiiin of per. n who rect m
mend sny o'lier rum le a- ' ju-t t"od.'" The
lii'hert class medical i.ieu In evey Isre citv,
where It i hnown, recommend It.
For Ssle. by a!! DrttaijlHti'.
Pain Cannot Stftv Wheie
' fit is Used.;;:';:;, 'i-ii
lilimir.inticm I cured by .
A inmelinrk f eluht yeor- atiuidlng win positive
ly cared by 60 eerta worih of
T AO MAS' .ECUXTJtIC OIL
Coma on aore throat is cured with ono iloso of
THOMAS' tCLECTI'.IC OIL.
CuuIip and colds orcciired by
T1I0.M Aa' ECLECTRIC OH..
All throat and Inus diienseiare ctirvd by
TUOMAh1 tt'LLC TUIC OIL.
Asthma is cured hy
Pilrns and frost bites are relieved al once by
THOMAS' Bt'LKCTIilC OIL.
Always f,'ivcs satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and $1
FOSTER, M1LUUUS & CO., Prop'rs.
IJnfTalo. N. Y.
by this simple, ' water
powor Invfiition may
avoid all the lulior nnd
Injury or ilr.vniK liei
Hewlntr Jlnclilmi. Over
3,000 or thesu Melius
Winer Motors. nolKelexs
nnd orunmeiitiil, iiilupt
id to nil HrwltiK ilrv
chines, aro now Kleins
per fnrt Htlfnetlmi.
Two sire aro made tor
Nnusebolil Aeirnnr Ma
chines l'rlee, a) 5 mnl
S'i'2.10. Alw hiruer
Biri-M for fnrlorv lireitn
and for all kinds of mv
I chlncry, t
Sena tor uira.uar to .
lUCKaH WATER MOTOK CO., Newark, N.J
Thlilstbo - :
i Jlost Economical Power Known
f'tjR DHIViSO LIGHT MACli'lNKttY I
r ft i u j
l tultes but little ronm.
! U luvm Let" out or rep'ilr.
I I ... J i. uunioil blow Hp.. ,
i ' , f , u riHitilivs tin fliel.
It nee Is iineni'iuiier.
Therol norlnlnyi no flrlnir U no n!ie le eu an
, , iisy i uo satra tnstirnuc.ii w P'"' ! no n'pair
' ' lnu iieeiissni-vt no co In' Is to pay,
' and it Is nlwiivs rniulv lor use.
It is Vtn'v.;iieyv. .
Only iwo. Btato fur you saw thin ail. luv
j in i
Cured mv llul" Blrl of run. Sim a sisu desf ami
llnlllll. lint It eoreU le r. Mie Cifl now luU illul i o its
wcdasauyliihiy. 1'ktui Itoss, MiirltiKWsitr. Wit.
Has been the uieoiei or enrinit my wire of rhHiins'Utn.
J. j; i'i.Ku iiK, Kurt Colllu., Col.
S ASI tHITAN AERVIXK 1
Mldeasurvcuroufacwei.iif fit tormrson.
' li. U. ilLittsvilU!, Kan.
Cured nic of ertlpi. r.euriliiU nml skk In mlncli".
Mils, Wm. liiiVo.tf. Aiirors, III. '
V7as the nicso uf eurlnit my wife of stMiins.
lUv, J. A. toi, li .rrr. rv.
AM tniTAX XEKVI.VK
Cnml mc of ssthrwi. rti r anvnanisi over 3 00 wtilj
uiher doctors. t. it. Uousox, .N:if Aibsny, InJ.
HAM Aitrr.t.v xi;itvixc
tTcctttally cured mo vf iii.in.
.Mi- .Itmvtit TVmnity.
"HW.'il VsiiBun n M. thieiwu, I!U
Curcilnnr ilifll or fl: after rlrcn np f ills by our i
Jnuiily pi vh Inn It b i'1'ii over mi In illinium. f
llassv ft Ms. VcrrUid, Warr'n Cu., Tnav. ;
si.tMAKtT.tX XEUVIXC , '.,
Cared m uf x'Mnla ft' rmiTerliw f ir rlifht year.
ALiisui' mmi'soi, l'ivr:, ill. '
Sl.lMAItfT VX XF.KH.VE ..
Curfd my son uf fits. SftT s:ntlii ! srl h il!eT
ductur. J. V. Tiiou.mo.s, C.iili.vdi. .M.si.
stMtitrrix .i:uvxr. ,
I'orml ms p r'iimeviy of p I l,-it!c lit of a tii'i' imj
ctMraetvr. l:r. Wn MsriK.MealiS!U:wsra,Md.
trilTAX X t.KVIXE
Cnrsd my sou of fi nfur bav'nit bad 3. Sfoln-'cVci a
luouttu. l:. (iiiit, W t ioi.n:n, h, Y.
StM Vtttr.lV XERVIXC
Curcdme of tpi;'"V"f ntiie ves-v .tiiti.iiiii.
M... Uki.k.va Mn:iui.u
Opsn'iy. Newton Co., Ma.
lt N"ir.sm ntiy eared m- of -r-lt- p-r of mny ye;t
duration. JaoontiVTas, M.Jviseyu, Mo.
Kill tlStrtX .EKVI.B .r
CttKd etc uf uMiSv'tilt'i, nr'iun nnl -n nl A hl!:iv,
oi.ivsju Mri.au. Irouma, oli.u.
ITs nire'l uic ot wIiiim-. .eniuls f mvif y-sra
ii:.ll:ir. Jsvai.u lne'iKu, iy.
Cure t me of Have b-vi w, fr over tour y-ar.
Ciuum K Ccar;N Un!:.. H nijf.vs Co.. XI:l.:i-
, M.lv AHITAX XE.IVIXE
titred s fr il ol iii.iie v,ii,, 1, 1 1 itj-.j.,- .rrfri-nr
hi.'ium.l) i.;ns:(,,s, Ki.fcra.e, I.
SAM AUIT.W XEKVIXR
Has rKTnuu'.i.t:r eur-'.l m of ejiii.-)TMe nt,
. invio Ti:kviiii.t. ! s Ntoiw'A, Iowa.
Curr-i my wii. ul e H n-,- . r, .n.,nC-
IInsuv t.'LAUh f!r:.e.O, Mich.
CJH-u my ,l.: ul iurwn- ili-e i,' f liv Ii kJ,
K. (.e.MUK. K'tnb IKpe.
rnrr ii mv mitut an. He n u.,i iiUl it fllfira'iont
fiurnar. .I.iiin Ii vi i.
Wofldiiuni M-u'i. uD!n Co.. Ill .
IJY ALL DUUGGISTS
firnnvlH- hv) direct rmm ns. F ir rnrfc'r Infonnt
t.o'i in. li.K- r.ir ur lllu-ir" U J .ima. elMiis ,
evidence of eures. A'l lrt, f
uxi. . a. itirmxovn ,tt o.,
WoiU's fcii pile h,iliuie,
ST. JOSSPH, KO
. . 5
G -v ,
UTTiT A s f.
The Bast Known Remedy Tcr '
HI . I IssWslsBsl 1 1 ll I I ii im i r-
Dackacho or Lamo Back.'
Rhoumqllsm or Larr.o Joints, ,
Cramps or Sprains. ,
Nsuralcla or Kidnov Dlseaaos.
Lumbago, Sovcro Aches or Pains '
Arc Superior (nail other Hosiers
Aro Superior to Putin, j. j x
Aro Superior to l.lnloirnts. '
Aro Superior to Ointment i or Snlrfs.
They Art Innnedlntoly. . '
Thry Strrniithcn. ' "
Thry Soothe. ' ' ' .
Thry Itrllcvo Tntn at flnre.' v ,
Thry I'oailivrly Cure, .
Ilen.iotraCnpclns Pnrftns Plj.
linvebsen imnnten. I'D
ill.tuf vnllr tlriKTL'lst til
! TiBlm of! aimm olh-r pluKtor iiavinr; a miuiisr
ndliiir iinmi. 8e that tha word Is apeOed
,-r-C-I-N E. ' I'rien tSrts.- ' i
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Munul.utiirlim Cbifinieui, N-w ort.
ASllIlli Hlf.HIV AT LAST. Trie ii V.V.
HEAD'S Midlcatsd CORN and BUNION PLASTER,
. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICI'R.
TRADE MRK, Tho riront EiiR-
"us!. lifh h'tiudy, An
'A ' " a K ourn
I'otency . S.itl all
(llHCA-es thui folow
ii a ,i scr)tcicc jfit
- ' e ' ;
Bdfoi'O Takinva"'VnrsalliisslMi(it r.eyi :,,
, Miulmn thu .back, 'tw , Atwuj.
lllmness nf vision, prennturi' old no, fl tunny '
inner (iisi'iiK.'H nun lean ur . uiraniir, consuni;ittun
Or a pi'emiillliM rinve. ' I
; yfull inirtk'ilurs In our pamphlet, whlrh wo
Uualuu tosetin rtsw wr mnirio oriirvmto. WTlio
Hpeelllc Medielne Is sold bv nil (Iniintlsls at $1 per
1iscaauu,or ais tintknaca iur t. r Villi bs sent lre
iv mullou recoipt of the monnv, bv nddresalnif.j ;,1
. Tlilt MUAY MKDIt'lNK CO. ,
Bold In Cairo bv Paul . BcUuU. l',,AW N ' '