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It seems almost Impossible that any ono
can doObt the clBcacy of
FOR THE CURE OF
after reading the evidence we publish in
thin paper. Tie people who give these ccr
tiflcates are well and favorably known la
the communities la which they reside, and
many of them have kindly offered to ana wer
any communication from thoso who are
afflicted with disease of the throat or lungs.
For othtr Certificate of turtt, tend fur
Dr. Sehentk'i book on Comnmption,
Liter Complaint and Dytptptia. ' It gixee
a full description of theie diteatet in Ihtir
tariout form, alto, valuaUe information
in regard to the diet and clothing of the
tide; hoie and when tierc'ue thould he
taken, fc. Thit book it the remit of
many ytart of erptrimce in the treatment
Lung Diteatet, and thould be read, nut
only hp the aflicttd, but by thote vho, from
hereditary taint or oilier eante, tuppvu
themifket liable to any affection oj the
throat or lungt.
IT IS SENT FREE
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schenck & Son, P.O.
Box 2833, Philadelphia, Pa.
Go and see the people who write the fol
lowing letters, if possible.
A flaiitleman wrM-knnwn In Zanesvllle,
lrrl-n and Cohoctou, write from Ps
Ik. J. H Scmemck:
IiearSir In the Winter of iB; Iwm told by
three prominent docu.r that my wife hid Consump
tion, arid that the coul.l nt live unci Spring. Soon
her tin. a friend, who lives in Daytm, Ohio, re
commended your medicine to her, but having been
told ill tlie was liicarabi. we had no f 4:111 In
them. Her fnrnd finally brought l.er a bottle of
your PULMONIC bVkUi'. and insisted on Iter
riving It a lair (rial. She did so, and thank (iud,
by its use her lite was saved. She is now entirely
I am well-known here, at well at in Zanesville,
Dresden, and Ohcton. and would reler you to ttie
druggists and others in these towns who w ill re
member mr wife s caw a a verv bad one. 1 hare
recommended your medicines to a great many, and
have nevtr kn-jwn ilicm to fail in making ruret
where tliey have been given a fair trial. I am in
duced to send yuu this by tiie thought that it will
be ot such great use to suffering huruamtv.
Kov.si, 1S79. A. W. WHITE.
Proprietor While limuc, i'ckio, III.
Another eae of Consumption Cured at
La 1'orte, Ind.
La Pom, Nn., I
Da. Schihck: Jan. 31st, ifUi. (
About twelve years ago 1 was dangerously ill
with Lung Fever. I had great trouble in breath
log ; every breath t drew caused me pain, thai
three d'Kt'irt treating me, but I grew worse all the
time. I was at that time connected with the Lake
Shore K K. Co, One uf my fellow clerks induced
me to get some ot .uir medicines, saying tlut he
bad used them himself wiiii mine urs. I sent
(ursomeof your i'ulm.-nic J-yrup, Sawird Tunic
and Mandrake IMU. uted them nccorlu.g to the
directions, and in a short lime notued a marked
improvement in my health, which kept i.pas 1 con
tinued using your medicines. After taking sevtral
boules eat hot the Pulmonic Syrup auU Seaweed
Tunic I got entirely over my sicklies.
Since that Urn? I have recommended your medi
cines to many other (xopie living 111 La Tone, who
used then with great success.
I- YV. NEBELTHAl",
E-Trustee ot La I'orie Co.
Conenmptlnn Carwt-Rr-iul this Letter
from Mr. Ittlck, of La I'urte, Ind.
La PoKTr!, Inn., I
Ds-Schixck; Jan. aut, it,St. f
In the year 187s I was suffering with Consump
tion, and had gotten so low ll;t I had no hope c f
ever getting well again. 1 waited (or death to put
a end tony suffering. There was out of my
friends who was persistently trying to have me me
your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, but I
utterly refused to gel any inorc mcdkinc. 1 w.-.s
disgusted with medicine. I had tried so ro..ny dif
ferent medicines without being helped by nnv.
Kit. ling that I was not to be persuaded, he bought
some of your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic
himself, and brought them to me. I at first refuted
to touch them. 1 did not want to be experimented
n. but finally contented to use them merely to sat
isfy him. not that 1 expected they would do ire any
good. I commenced taking the Pulmonic Syrup
and Seaweed Tonic, and to my great surprise felt
almost immediate relief and was encouraged tj
continue using them. My condition improved un
der thctr use, until, in lime I grew perfectly well,
no trace uf the disease remaining. My lungs had
healed up and grew stronger than ever. I was per
manently cured, as I have had no trouble with my
lungs since that time.
1 owe my life entirely to your medicines. Noth
ing else saved me. 1 will bear cheerful testimony
to the great virtues possessed by your medicines.
I know of several othercases here where your med
icines have 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.
N. H. I can and will, if necessary, swetr before
any Justice of the Peace, to all that I have laid in
the above statement.
This rs to Cnmrv, That we have sold the medi
cines mentioned in these certificates 10 Mr. Ncbel
thau and others, and their statements are authentic
FRED'K WEST & CO..
rrom Mr. Barley IN Hopkins, of Trovl.
deuce, K. I. Ho la Cured of Consumption
by Dr. Rchcnrk'a Medicines, after being
given ujitu tllo by louioof the boat physi
cians of tho elty.
l)R. J. II. Scltt.NCKt
Dear Sir I have been cured of what three
of the best physicians of this city told me was Con
sumption of the lungs, by the use of your medl-
cincs. 1 was lint attacked with the diseaio In Oc
tober, 1 IS j, and although 1 was front that time
continually under llie care of a plt.ivian, I crew
worse and worse until at last I was confined to my
Veil. I can hardly say lhat I was first attacked with
the disease m iS ict, for my lungs had been weak
for many years previous to this, and 1 would quite
.often have severe pain in my breast if 1 took the
least cold or exerted myself too much In any way.
I grew worst, my cough became very bad s 1 had
night sweats no Revere lhat my bed through the
night would be as wet ns though water had been
thrown over me. 1 was continually raising blood
arid Urge quantities of offensive matter trom my
Jungs, and nt last had nil the well-known symptoms
of Consumption in Its last stages.
At the request of my faintly, my physician called
1n two other doctors of this city, and they alter an
examination agreed that my case was hopeless.
Titer Informed my wife that 1 had better be told
that' 1 could not live, as my time would be very
short for arranging my worldly affairs. They also
Mid that no medicine would bo of any use to me.
The next day my friend, Mr. A. I. I.cith.hciring of
my condition, sent me a bottle of your I'ulmiiuio
Syrup, thinking It might rolievo my cough, ffid
nuke my expectoration easier. 1 begun using it,
never even Imping that It would cure me, but nnd.
inj great relief fro In use, when the first bottle
was gone 1 sent and got more sol continued It un
til I ,.ad used seven or tight bottles. All this time
I was in bed and was so weak that 1 had to be
lifted. This was not a difficult thing In do, how
ever, as I only weighed about oi pounds. As I
hare said, 1 commenced tlieuso of your medicine
with no thought of Its curing me, but after liiliiiHT
the eighth bottle I would sometimes feel a little
ImniTry, a thing; I hud not before done for many
month. 1 omitted to mention that after taking
TUB x DAILY
four or five bottles of the Pulmonic Syrup, I nlr,o
began taktng the Seaweed Tonk, and 1 also took
some of the Mandrake Pill.
Jt is needless for me to give you an account at all
my feelings during my recovery. Of course It was
alow, but it was also sure. 1 gradually gained
strength, the character of what I raised from my
lungs was changed, not being ao offensive, and at
lait I was able to get up and walk about my room.
From this time my recovery was rapid. . 1 gained
flesh fast and soon went out doors, and now, I am
entirely well, a wonder to all my acquaintances who
saw me when I was so low.
1 weigh i'jj pounds, nppetite good, and lean
truly say that I never felt better in my life. Icon,
sider your medicines as wonderful in their effects.
They have saved my lift and 1 feel so thankful to
you that 1 nm anxious that all who are suffering
with lung troubles should know how good they ire.
Of course, I can give a better account of my case
telling of it than in writing and if any who read ibis
are interested, they are welcome to call on me at my
May 19th, 188L IIARLEY P. HOPKINS,
No. s Howell St., Providence, R. V.
Mr. Hahlsv P. IIoi'Kiks, who writes the foregoing
Setter to Dr. Schenck of Philadelphia, is an old resi
dent of Providence. I have known him well fr
the last fifteen years, snd I can assure the public
that all he has written in regard to his sickness and
recovery is strictly true. He was considered a con
sumptive in the last stages of the disease by Ins
physician and friendsaind I believe that his recovery
Is entirely due to the use of Dr. Schenck's Medicines.
May jqUj, iS3i. ILL LEITU, tiruggi.t,
Ho, tit North Main St., Providence, R. L
Consumption, can be Cared.
Naw Yomc, I
Dk.Sciir.sfKi Nov. tin, ui. f
Dear Sir In looking ever one of your books, in
which I find to many letters recommending your
Medicines, I have thought to myself how negligent
I have been in not making my case public, that
others might take warning. In visiting my friends
in New Jersey a short time since, my attention was
drawn to the many advertisements in large letters
on different buildings and fences) Dr. Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake
Pills. As I looked at these, tears of gratitude fell
fiom my eyes, and I thought what a blessing that
such a man as Dr. Schenca should be sent among
us. 7 yeasago I contracted a heavy cold, which
settled n my Lungs. I took many things that
were recommended for colds, but nothing seemed
to relieve me. 1 made gallons of syrups with many
different kinds of herbs; still I got no better. My
husband would consult doctors, but they gave htm
no encouragement, only said I must die. I had
then been afflicted over 7 years. One of my sons
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. Schenck,
then in Bund St. lie esamined my lungs and gave
me encouragement. I took the Pulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about two
months, and felt as well as ever I did. I have en
yed good health ever since, and if any of my fam
ily Like cold it is our only Medicine. I am this day
tj rears uf age, and can walk and attend to busi
ns as well as many at 40. If there are any that
with to know the particular! vf ay case, Uiey are
at ItUttty to call on me.
MRS. SARAH LAWSON,
334 West 13th St., N;w York City.
Hereditary Consumption Cared.
Dear Sir In theautumn of iS;? I had a severe
cough, with terrible pain in my sides and between
mv shoulders. I had very Utile appetite, and what
little 1 could eat only distressed me. I consulted
physicians, who said my condition was a very bad
one and pave five different cough syrups and tonics,
from which I received no benefit, but seemed to
frrow worse and kept losing fl.-sh and strength. I
tad night sweats, and sweat most of the time dur
ing the day. I coughed and raised blood and a salt,
foamy ph!e;m; my throat was rilled with ulcers, I
could hardly swallow; sometimes I could not speak
a load word for weeks; my lungs grew more pain
ful ever day with difficult breathing, w hi.e pleurisy
puns would almost stop my breath. I had colic
psms. sour stomach, and vomiting up everything I
a'e. My whole bdy was rilled 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
getting up again, as it was hard moving myself: my
feet and ankles began to swell badly, and my hips
had given nut long before.
I11 this sinking condition, I thought I would try
srour remedy for Consumption; tt might do me some
g'XKl; it could dome no harm, for I was certain 1
could not live a month longer the way I was.
At 1h.1t tun". Mav. il?S. 1 procured vour Pulmonic
Svrup. Seaweed Tonic and Pills, and took them as
directed. In a week I was better and began to
throw off from the lungs a greenmh.yellow matter
streaked with blood, could eat a little without throw
ing it up, the paios in my sides were not so severe;
I could sleep an hour verv soundly, and that was
what I had not done for three months.
I took your medicines steadily six months; my
cough got better, I did not sweat so bad nights,
kept gaimug slowly, and in a year after I began
your medicines I could say I fell well. 1 began ta
gain flesh, nnd last September weighed one hundred
and thirtv-tive pounds-fifteen pounds more than I
ever weighed before in my life.
Your medicines, I know, saved my life; and I
would say, from my own experience, to all Con
sumptives, take Dr. Schenck's medicines, for they
wiil certainly cure you. 1 had Consumption, it u
heicditary in our family, my father and twobroihers
having dieu of it, I have had better health the
past W inter Uuu fur ten years previous.
Yours Hespect fully,
SAKAH A. CARTER.
Carlisle, Mass., April j, iS4
Discharged from the) Army In the taut
Mugrs of ( oiiHiiiuptlon. Cured, by Dr.
Statement of Mr. Julius Boyden,
of Providonco, It. I.
I was discharged from the V. S. Army In June,
1S64. as an incurable Consumptive. My discharge
reading thus; " Advance stage of Consumption 01
the Lungs." I was advised by the army surgeon to
live out-doors as much as possible. He informed
.my friends that I was incurable, but that with care
1 might be made comtortablc for a time. My cough
was almost without cessation. I raised matter from
my lungs in large quantities, and I had all the other
well-known symptoms of the disease. I took many
remedies without benefit, in September 1 went to
see Dr. Schenck. and soon after began to use hit
full course of medicines. I soon felt their beneri
cm! effects, my cough growing less and less and my
strength coming back to me very last. In the fol
lowing April I was entirely well and came to I'rovi.
donee ana went to work From that time to this I
have been entirely well, not spending one dollar for
doctors or medicines for myself. I therefore know
that Dr. Schenck's medicines are good and reliable
in Lung Disease. My cure was considered almost
a miracle by those who knew me w ben I was dis
charged from the army.
Of Boyden A Whelden, Grocers, No. 574 N. Main
St.. Providence, R. 1., July 4th, jSi, Pumicrly
u South. Walpole, Mutt,
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea or
griping. On the contrary, they are so mild and
agreeable in their action that a person suffering
with a sick headache, sour stomach, or pain in the
bowels, is speedily relieved of these distressing
symptoms. They act directly on the liver, the or
gan which, when in a healthy condition purities the
blood for the whole body.
They are a perfect preparation o the great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a
remedy that has displaced the use of mercury, as
well as many other poisonous drugs, in the practice
of every intelligent physician.
Prof. John King, of the College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, says 1 " In Constipation it acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
conllveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not Its equal In the whole range of medicines, being
vastly more useful thun mercurial agents, arousing
the" liver to healthy action, Increasing the How of
bilo, and keeping tip theso actions longer than any
other agent withliich we are acquainted. lee
American Dlspentatory, page 7 jo.) .
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUM)AY MORN I NO. MARCH 20 182.
In all cases of Liver Complaint er Dyspepsia,
where there is great weakness or debilityf Dr.
c u on,-' nnawesMi ouio should be used in
connection with these Plils.
Sr. Schenck's Medicines:,
Handrake Pills, ,
and Pulmonic Syrup
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions for
their use are printed on the wrappers ef every
Take Dr. Schenck's address bow. and tend for
the book mentioned in the beginning of this adver
A Graphic Book Beview
The critic of the JJiirlin'ton Ilau krya
thin grrtpliii'allv di'ttfrihtM tfie new cover
of the ('rnfMP'Mngnxinft whirli he savs:
"U itn improvement tut the old one. 'J'he
old one, as Hour hs wecoiiM iitidfrstninl,
was a ni!t ri-iiivsi-tiliii tho internal
economy of the human systum in a Hlate
of siege, iinlnceil by a mulilcn attack of
cholera morbus. "Tim new design is
very unique. In the foreground a lady,
who is mining a petty cash-book by
leaning 011 it, has nit ol(l-f:t.hloned hml
lamp with a rag wick, With which niseis
tviilt ully looking for the bridge of her
nose, which is gone. She is out doors,
the aurora horealis gleams brightly in
the northern ky, and her throat nnd
chest are exposed to the night air in
such a reckless manner that, if croup
has not already marked her for her
own, it is because diphtheria has tiled a
prior claim. In the corner thinly-clad
young man, whose nhirt has evidently
gone to the pawn-shop to look after his
trousers, has been fishing and caught a
whole live-gallon jar full of trout, but
he i.s emptying the arof its linny treas
ures that he may milk the unsuspecting
goat nibbling the bark of a dog-wood
tree near bv. It isu't the kind of a goat
to milk, too; but tho young man will not
find that out until he has begun opera
tivu and made the first assessment."
A swimmer recently met with nn odd
adventure which is related by Americus
((in.) lir publican:
We learn that several young men of
Webster County were bathing in tho
Kinchefoeiice one day last week when
one of them was suddenly seized by tho
foot and tlragged under he water." Ha
turned and caught hold of the thing
with his hands, thinking it was one of his
companions, when hu was turprUcd to
find an alligator.
Seizing it around the body he started
to the bank with his prize but in his
own language; "The thing wriggled
and twi-ded and twirled its tail so much
and scratched with its claws so I had
to turn it loose." A few scratches was
all the hurt the young man had. He
says it was about three feet long.
m s - 1
A dispute from a singular cans took
place at the ofliee of a banker in the
Chanssee d'Antin, Paris. M. ltenjamin
F., tho cashier, who has filled that office
for the Inst twenty-live years, was at his
Iost, w hen a collecting clerk, named
'ierro Doulley, presented himself with a
!raft for 10,000 francs, drawn by a Lon
don banker. The notes were "counted
out, and the man left the nlaee. In a
few hours afler, Doulley returned, and,
addressing hirnelf to the cashier, said,
'There is a little mistake between us;
there is a difference of 1,000 franca in
"I never make mistakes," replied the
cashier, indignantly; "for twenty-five
years my balance has always been cor
rect to a sou."
"But the error," said Doulley, "is
against yourself, its you have given me
l,0ii0 francs too mucli; I am as honest
s man as you are: I have been employed
fvs collecting-clerk for thirty-lire years
in tho came house. There is your note.
I will not take it."
Insolent fool!" cried the cashier: "I
regard any man as an enemy who wishes
to prore to my employer that I am cap
able of making a mistake. Take tho
note, or I will turn you out of tho
Pierre Doulley was not to be thus re
pelled, and from words the particscamo
to blows; but the clerks of the house
hastened to separate them. The cash
ier, not wishing to avow an crror.which
he would have regarded as a stain on
his long-established reputation for cor
rectness, was fain to put up with the
loss of the note, and Pierre Doulley car
ried the 1,000 franc note to tho Mayor of
the arondissement, to bo distributed
mong the poor.
m 1 ss
How the Gay Young Man Took ia the
They are telling this story about town
for a fact: Ono day recently a young
man while apparently heavy with tangle
foot, presented himself to a certain lir
ervruan and asked for a team to take a
rido. "Never let teams to intoxicated
parties," was the stiff reply. This blunt
rebuff almost sobered tho young man.
It-also provoked him to anger, and he
went off into a profane whirlwind in the
Borubastes Furioso style, ending with
shaking a plethoric wad of greenbacks
in the face of the astonished stable-keeper,
and offering to buy tho best single
team in tho barns. "Hitch up quick,
and I'll pay you now," he said. "All
right," was the reply, and a $300 team
was prepared, the" money paid ovor, and
as tho man drove away the generous
liveryman, who was elated over ft good
bargain, snld to the purchaser, "if you
bring the team back all right you can
have the money again." This ended
tho first net in the play. Three days
after this, however, there came a climax.
' For then it hnppcnod that the man 're
turned with tho team and demanded
that tho stable-keeper look it over care
fully and sec if it was all right. He did
so and pronounced everything in perfect
order. "Well, give mo my money ami
take your team back then," said tho"
man. Tho stableman, who never goes
back on his word, counted out the $1100
promptly and returned it, and the mnu
darted to go. "Hold on," shouted the
other, "you owe mo $12 for tho use of
tho learn." "I never pav other people
for using my own team,, was the reply
of tho gay young man as ho sauntered
awity null never tcUmn.Vatcrbury
Hours Built of Cotton.
Of all sulist aneea apparently the. least
likely to he uei In tho AonMnidinn of
a (ire proof building, cotton would, per
hajKs, take the first rank, and paper tho
second; ami jet both these- materials
aro actually being employed for tho pur
pose indicated, nnd their use will prole
ably extend. Compressed paper pulp
is successfully used in the manufacture
of doors, wall panellngs, and for other
(imiliar purposes, with the result that
all risk of warping and cracking is ol
vlaled, while increased lightness is at
tained and the fear of dry-rot is forever
banished. Papier-mache, after having
served a useful purpose in an unohst mot
ive manner for years us a material for
small trays, paper-knives and other such
light articles, has now suddenly assumed
a still more important position in the
Industrial world. A still more sudden
and striking advance lias been' made in
the employment of cotton as a building
material. A (reparation called celluloid,
in which cotton Is the leading ingredjent,
has been used lately as a substitute for
Ivory in the manufacture of such articles
as billiard balls and paper-cutters', and
now a Canadian manufacturer has in
rented a process by which compressed
cotton may be usetl, not merely for doors
and window-frames, but for tho whole
facade of large buildings. Tho enorm
ous ami increasing demand for paper
for its normal uses as a printing and
writing material prevents Om extended
use of papier-mache as a building mater
ial, for which it is so well suited in so
many ways; but the production of cot
ton is practically unlimited, and there
seems to be a large held available for
its use in its new capacity as a substitute
for bricks or at least plaster and wood.
Treated with certain chemicals and com
pressed, it can bo made perfectly fire
proof; and a material is thus produced
admirably adapted for the lining inter
nal or external of buildings of which
the shell may or mav not be constructed
of other material, wliilo it easily lends
Itself to decorative purposes. I'oonuj
and Jndii, .
A Small-Pox Preventive.
A correspondent scuds us tho following
"There is no better or surer protection ftom
small pox than Darby's Prophylactic Fluid
(as unfailing as Fate), a wonderful heuliug
remedy and most powerful disinfectant
that will effectually ersdicato tho germ of
disease, prevent its spreading and elTcct I
cure, nnd is perfectly safe to use. It is en
dorsed and recommended by ctainent phys
icians and chemists.
Will tou bcffkr with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
unrntccd to cure you. Paul O. Schuh,
Nearly a Miracle,
E. Asenith Hall, Binghsmton, N. Y
writes: "I suffered for several months with
a dull p;iin throuoh left lunsand shoulders
I lost my spirits, appetite and color, snd
coul I with difficulty keep up all day. My
mm her procured some Burdock Blood Bit
run ; I took them as directed, and have felt
no pain since first week after using them
snd am now quite well." Price $1 00, trial
sizj 10 cents. .
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogdon, N. Division Street, Buff do,
says: "I csnnot be too thankful that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at oue time afraid I should never be
able to get out again, I seemed to bo a
second edition of Job without his patience;
my face and Iwdy were one vast collection
of boils and pimples; since taking ono bot
tle of your Spring Blot-som I am quite cured,
all eruptions have disappeared, and I feel
better than I have In a long time." Price
50 C;nts, trial bottles 10 cents.
- That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh. Agent. 1
Mothers! Mothers I! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 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 it, who will not tell you
at oucc that it will regulnte tho bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly stfo to use in all cases, snd
pleasant to the tasto, snd is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nunrs in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 ceuts a bottle.
Sleepless nights mnde miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Curo is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 3
Catahrii ci'itEthcnl h end sweet breath
secured by Shihih's Catarrh Itemed. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free Paul 0.
Schuh, Agent. i
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for f 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
fon lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 ceuti. l'uul Q
Schuh, Agent. 5
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness snd
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions In English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Cnoup, Wnoonso Couun ami Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Curo.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. , 8
Mam Mibkham.k Pkopi.b drag them
selvos about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves whun, by using Purkcr's Oinget
Tonic, they would find a cure oommuticinu
with the first dose, and vitality and atrcngth
luroly; coming buck to them. Sea other
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee... - A few applications of Dr. Thom
as' Eclcctric Oil entirely cured biin.
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Sprinjr Blossom
for myself snd' family, snd think it inval
uable s a household remedy, for regulating
the bowels, liver and kidnnva. I ahull
never bo without it." Price 00 cents, triul
bottles 10 rents.
sfn In nn n kyilMmUI)rur.aFnftu
All lamurs, Modiers, liiutiiess Men, Mechan
ics, ftc, who are tired out by work or worry. anS
all who are miserable iia DvspcDsia. Khcnm.
tism. Neuralgia, or Bcwel, Kidney or Liver Con-
plaints you w bei nvinratH and cured by OMnirl
It you an) wasting away with Consumption, iis-4
nauonaranv weakness, vou m 11 nnd l allien
Cingcr Tonic the greatest tllood Fertiluer and the!
Best neaUhA Strength BestortrvonCaaUsc
and fir superior to Eitttrs and other Tonics, as U,
builds u? tha system, but never intoxicates. 50.
r.t. and 1 sires. Htrox ft Cn., Oiemits, N. Y
Indian Blood Syrup.
nest, ,e rvoui Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO. MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870
This Strop poaneMri varied properties; It itltn
mates the ptyallne In the aallra, which conserta
the starch and fugarof the food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyallne causes wind and sou-ing of
the food In the stomach, if the mcdlcl i . uaan
Immediately after eating, the fermentation ol loed
It seti npon tbe Llrtrd
It arts upon the Kdtnrrt,
It Begnltttfs the Bowels,
It rarities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Jonrihlifs, Strengthent and Invigorates,
It t'Rrriiiotr the Old Blood and makei New,
It Oprni the Porn of the Skin and Induces
It rientrallie the hereditary taint, or poison in
th blood, will' h generates Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and all manner of hkln Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It tan betaken by the most delicate bahe.or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required lu at
tend, u to direct ou i.
Oalva, Ilenry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Uoadacbe and D ial,
nesa so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. ('lurk Johnson's Indi
an lllood Svrup effeciuallv cured me. -
MHS HELEN ELKIN8.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
Tbls It to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup baa cured me of l'aln In the Hark. It
Is a valuable medicine. Mltd WOOD.
Centre nil), Whlto Co., Ark.
Tht Is to certify that 1 wot afflicted with Palpi
tatlon of the Heart for many years 1 tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me Ihati thi'V did to pirengthon. I ai laet
res Ived to try Dr. I lark Johnson's Indian Hinod
Myiup, which proved to bo a positive cure-not on
ly curing the Heart Dlreaiie, but aluo a Kick Head
acb which bail been troubling nut.
M lis M A II V A. N K AL.
I was afflicted with Llror Complaint and Dyspr-p
ula and failed to got relief, although utlug medl
cine from our best doctor I commenced nlng
or. .locnson a Indian mood nvriin. and a abort trtal
T. W. KISJNU. Molllie, III.
This certlflct that
Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hyrup bus effectual ly cured ma of DrsDeusla.
Too much csuuot tin said lu pruls o It.
W. X. WtMMfcK, Bedford, Mo.
Aveuts wanted for Ihe vale of tbe Indian Blond
Syrnp in every town or village. In which I have no
agent. Particulars glue ou application.
DHUGGI8T8 SILL IT.
Utiratory 77 West Sd it., N. T. City.
Hires instant llef and is an infallible
CURt FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
SH ny UrawittyvMTwners r1rs, I1.0pr bn
efMUhrmiol. Mniht s sent frtt to fbrtk'lant
Ind I It snfr'r rs. tiy I' Nen.inertirr Co, Ifoa eVte.
if.l.,l. sl.n.i,tis..tM.,HA4 ''HffWK
fmm tm sat uMnHw M4
w 3ssw G
Id Jl A
fV& m is
1 mmi 1!?
tob. I'll mfn mm
TlTliFSIMPK0VKD BOT BEER. s.6
JlJ-5 gallon, of dell-
"""""""'Parklli.g temperance b.v
-. . ' -. .".., ramus.
BOOKS ON BUILDING.
.... ..-.-.-j... M,un-, rgi,iu.MiK raree scent
stumps, w M.;T. COMSTOCK, 1M Broadway, N. Y.'
' VS 111 VJt Jatj
B st Health and Strength restorer BHett
Cure enninUitiia ,.r u.Am... at.-- r -
. I4U Ul-DBK, Ul 111
Htomack. Bowel Lunw, Liver snd Kidneys, and is
entirely d lVerenl fr,.in H ,.... m .,... v .... a
other tonic, as It ni ter Intoxicate. We. and $1
New Tork Mueoa to.
WM. SIMPSOy A SONS'
Mouruiiiff, Second Mouruinff Solid'
P A N C Y I) It U S S PRINT a
Tho EDDYSTONE PliINT WORKS i.
one of ilto largest and most complete tstab-
iihiiments in tno country.
THK EXPERIENCE OF1JALF A CEX
TL'IiY. Ha enabled them to attain such ntrfeetlnn that
they can with conflilerce ask yt u to lest the quali
ty of their work. Tbcr eartlullv avoid all hoiimi
ou drug, make only fa.t colors, which are tbo
nugiiiy waftori lu hot water and soap, thereby re
moving anything which would sts'.n underclothing
Those who buy and wear tbulr prints will, they
feel confident, find them superior in durability, ar-
tli Ic stylo and finish. Be sure and ask for tbelr
goods, and ico that tbelr marks and tickets are oa
Oil WEDil AWARSIB
tho A utnor. A snd imat UnJ
Ind Wnrk.nrr.ntod Om bsat and
cbapMt. tndisttoa-.AbJs to ursry
snn.enliUed "tba stewnmof La
w,cwlf.'rasMTatkn ;" bound lis
BiMMt Krrnch snaslin,emtKnd,
stl nrrsrinsa, 136 prancrip.
i "". ,1'noe only $1 U Mnt bf
INdW TBYSn.P fe".! 'B"'t'.l' W II. PAIU
nail miw.Aqums rfWHMJ MOO
:.,rt? .itute .,:, r,o
Bf.ttT-. irPTIt2 r Jf freaw em tains SO Ml H
(ls foiiiii, mU t; HIII'H, WalniitorEhoalaad
I a. S'lrUi'ri.MWKl l-o.it m.. i'..-i..i.i i...n..-u.Tl,
- '...'mni in i mir.l -rirlil- lows. Btrl
aprinirs, 1mniHiiiiiUii, rnrd. t U rel.hlc. llarnUfi M4
willirtv as mu.ri mii.to ok 1 1 OMMO.N alltt AN.
..MSIINOM Mi.Tl.kN. H.i I........ r
dniiwdlwrmslnr. I W S'srtnrr aorkliw A.4V aJ
Z) r'rlee, He d. IltrerS start (Sfln
trki-r.atHil, Uhs, Ac., mi U;lW
Ifarter year' a. jsa era tiat salt.Sta retara
Ur(au, yraiaaOy rrlMHdSMauey alih lalrrcM,
csitx m izixsn tix cwxsirmi
In neewn, Five rollra(t(l) allowed toryesTiM !f
ymi boy ironie any ay. yuu an. welr-OBM. J rsa t'aaeh
allh aalha ailrnaala sxrH all tralaa. Other
Jin".",.,!,'r. liaiM.rrtsfis to fltea
rj1eauHul ltlutlrutrtl lalatogntfrt,
Please Address or eaU apoa
DA5IH F. BEATTT, .hIDstca, lev Jvnt ,
OF 8T. LOUIS, M0.
Which were totally destroyer! by I re oa Hay fftki,
aud 8eiUaibril, ism, x
Orde.a areohcitcd for .
Strictly Puro White Load and Red LeaJ, .
Cold-Pressed aud Pure Daik Csitort
Oil, ltawand Dmiblo Boiled. -LJnmttd
Oil. ' -
T 0 II A C C: 0 ..
This elet ant article of fHEWINn TOBACCO.
is now on ihe nun ki't. Ai-k j our dealer fat It
lanul'mtiiifdhv ti.A. JAi KN 4t".
. rVtoralrata' Va.
YOUNG MEN rf7.ris
rorlatn of a situation, addrvaa ValenUue totlerv
- u"11 s n .
A DVKRTlSMtS t semi Tor fU,r t t "t j
ral NewspMtr. tico, P KatU ,0.K 1)
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