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Gives the evidence on which
he bases his assertion
Clear and explicit state
ments from well-known
persons which should
convince the most
For other Certificate! of Cvre$ tend for
l: Shenck'i Book on Conunmption, Liter
Complaint and Dytpepria. It gives a full
detcription of then dinennet in their various
forms, alio, tuluable information in regard
to the U'et and clothing of the, sick; how
and uJitn excrche slmuld be taken, ttc.
Thit bouk is the remit of many yean of
experience in tw, tretttnifnt of Lung DU
eoKa, and should be read, not only by fA
nJRieted, but by those who, from hereditary
taint or other cause, suppose themselves
luihle to any affection of this throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. IT. Sohenok & Son,
Cor. Arch and Sixth Sta..
Go and see tho pooplo who write
tho following letters, If possible.
From C. VF. Emerson, Esq., of Natlrk,
j. H. Sckimk 4r Son, 6tk and Ank Sti., FhiU.
Gentlemen:-! lend you herewith an account of
my case, and I have been careful to confine my.
elf strictly to plain facta :
I was taken tick, in the Utter part of June, isj;
the doctor aaid it was Congestion of the Lung,'
and three dayi after I hid what he called Conge!
tion of the Liver. Among other medicines I
took six blue pill, and after ten weeks was just
able to ro around the house. I had a bad couch,
and raised as much as a pint of clear white matter
tn a dav. 1 then went to the Slate of Maine (my
native place). About this time tiie matter I raised
iui.iiu nuu oiuuo, ana wnea i coughed ti
ing between my shoulders an J llirouyli my left
ki..i I -n....l.-4 - I. J. .. . I, L. -
,4iutiicu me laiciiiii) , iic a iuui ma iirau ann
said there was ni use of taking any tiling but
stimulants. I inaiiy 1 came home, and bavin;
heard of two currs by your medicines, ioin.iiUi.d
to give them a trial. .
At tins time I often coughed upcleirb!od,and
was so weak I had to rest when lulf-wav up the
stairs, and weighed only one hundred and twenty-four
pounds. My feet and ankles were si
swollen that it was very difficult f irme tona'k.
I had a steady diarrhea which nothing w.uid
check, and night sweats every niht.
I bought a dozen of vour medicine, and two
noses of your Mandrake Pills, and commented
taking them. Some of my friends said it
throwing money away, and advised me to tio to
the Massachusetts General Hospit.il; but fwas
determined to cu e them a fair trial. I could not
see any improvement until I had taken several
bottles; then, however, 1 began to feel ,i little
stronger, Jl took the medicine regularly, a bottle
each of Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic in
fouror five days, and after taklnga doen bottles
or more, they could see that I was better. ,1
coughed less, my night meats were less violent,
organ to regain my appetite and flesh, and in a
short time was quite my old self, and weighej
one hundred and eightv-seven pounds ; have con
tinned gaining strength ever since, and am as well
as ever. I have not lost meal for eight months,
can hold my breath half a minute, and run a mile
with ease: my lunirs are apparent! as sound as
can be. I am sanslicd I had Conumptiiii.
1 want to impress on all who are afihcied thai
there it no use in taking your medicines without
persevering. I have since recommended it to tw i
others, both of w hom it lias cured ; anil 1 am fiini
in the belief that Consumption, can be cur"! ti
the faithful use of your medicines, and 1 know
they saved my life.
C W. EMERSON.
. I .4 ..It.. . I. - 1 . ... 1 1 I
From Mrs. J. V, Wellington, of fitiii
Vr. J. It, Scktuk,mttitlthi,i.
Dear Sir: Over twenty-three years ago 1 was
attacked with a hacking cough, which continued
for about three mouths, when I was suddenly
taken wuli a severe hcmnn liage. After this I
gradually lost sirt ngth, and finally got so low .. to
be confined to my bed. From the first I employed
what v. c considered the best physicians of Huston,
but all to no purpose ; their medicines gave me
but little relief, and 1 fell, ns did all my friends,
that I had but a abort time to live. In fact, the
iasi tumor i imu toin mv sister mat i could live
but a few weeks. While in this apparently hot.
les condition 1 was visited by nn umle from Ca.
lifornia, who strongly advised nic to take your
remedies, saying that he had been cured of Con
sumption by them. My husband, who had no
confidence in patent medicines, was very much
ononsed lii mv tnkinir ihem. hut t rnnrla.,.l il,,
as my doctor could do nutlilng for mc, I could not
do better than give them a tnal.
A' this time your father was making profession
al visits in Boston, and Although I was so wenk
that 1 had to be lifted into a carnage, I went to
see him. He gave but little encouragement, sav
ing that I, like many others, only rainc to sec him
alter being given up bv all other physicians. He
promised tn do what he could for me, however,
and I immediately began taking the Mandrake
Pills, Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, as h
riiiected. After using them (or three weeks I be
gan to Improve, ami, continuing their use for
some months, 1 tot well enough to make a visit
to my friends In Philadelphia. I was so low that
it tonic a long time; to entirely recover, but I was
permanently cured, for I have had eacrlleul health
for the last twenty years, with the cxccpliiui nf a
fliirhl weakness of the lungs, wlikh compels mo
to he cart ful not to lake cold.
Soon after my recovery, happening to meet the
last physician reniploved before using your medi
cines, he was surprised to see me alive, but Mid
that lie could tnilv av tlwt 1 w,n not the only one
he knew who had been .really benefitted by the
tue of your medicines.
1 feel that 1 f.annoi speak too highly of vour re
medies, believinp as I do, that they saved my life.
I have, slnre my recovery, recommended them to
ii I itreat many people, and they have almost invari
ably cured them, the only exception being those
who were beyond the power nf nil medicine. I
always keep your remedies in the bouse and now
consider Hit in the best of all rredlcines lor tin
diseases you recommend them for.
MRS. J. V. WELLINGTON,
it Tremont Street, Cambridgeport, Maw,
From ..sr. iiurlPjr 1'. IiniiMiia, itf I'rovl.
luer, It. I. l.iri-.l f Consul,, p.
tion by lie. Srl.eneli'a MHilliina,
niter IniIi.u; rv,, to d)o ,jy
uiu6 or the host pliyiicUu
Dr. J. It. Sckinrk,
Dear Sir : -1 have been cured of what three of
the best physicians of this eity told me was Con
sumption of the Lungs, by the use of your medl.
cines, I was first attacked with the disease In Oc
tober, ili-j, and although I was from that time
continually under the care of a physician, I grew
worse and worse, until I Has confined to my bed.
I can hardly say that 1 was first attacked with the
disease In t83o, for my lungs had been weak for
many years previous to this, and I would quite
often have severe pain in my breast, If 1 took the
least cold or exerted myself loo much in any way.
I grew worse, my cough became veiy had i I had
night sweats so severe that my bed, through the
night, would be as wet as though water had been
thrown over me. I was continually raising blood
and large quantities of offensive matter from my
lungs, and at last had all the well-known symp
toms of Consumption in its last stages.
At the request of my family, my physician
called in two other doc tors of this ciiy, and they,
after an examination, agreed th.it my case was
hopeless, They informed my wife that 1 had bel
ter be told that I could not l:ve, as my time
would be very short for arranging my worldly af
fairs. '1 hey also said that no medicine would be
of any use to me. The next dav my friend, Mr.
H. 1. Lcith, hearing of my condition, sent me a
bottle of your Pulmonic Syrup, thinking it might
relieve my cough, and make my expectoration
easier. I began using it, never even hoping that
It would cure me, but finding great relief from Its
use. When the fiist bottle vsas gone I sent and
got more: so 1 continued it until I used seven or
light bottles. All this time I wai in bed and was
so weak that I had to be l.itcd. This was not a
difficult tiling to do, however, as 1 only weighed
about ninety pounds. As I have said, 1 com
menced the ute of the medicine with no thought
of its curing me, but after taking the eighth bottle
I would sometimes feet a little hungry, a thing I
had not done before for many ruuii'.!. ,. t omitted
to mention that af'er talcing four rr five bonks of
the Pulmonic Syrup, I also began t;k., ; ihe Sea
weed Tonic, and I also took s iinc ol ti ic Man
It is neidless for me to give you an account of all
my feelings during my recovery. Of course it was
slow, but it was also sure. I gradually gained
strength, the character of what I raised from my
lungs was changed not being to offensive ar.d
at last I was abie to get up and walk about my
room. I rom this time my recovery was rapid. I
gamed flesh fast and soon went out-doois, and
now I am entirely well, a wonder to all my ac
quaintances who saw me when 1 was so low.
1 we.gh one hundred and sixty-two pounds, ap
petite good, and I can truly say that I never fc'.t
better in my life. I consider your medicines
as wonderful in their effects. They have saved
my life, and I feel so thankful to you that I am
anxious that all who are suffering with lung trou
bles should know how good they are. Of curse.
I can give a better account of my case in telling of
it than in writing, and if any who read this are
interested, they are welcome to call on me at my
HARLET P. HOPKINS.
No. i Howell St., Providence, R. I.
May 19, iS8t.
M. I!io.ivP H"i.r, r.i !; the fore
going letter to Dr. Sch'nk. nii aoViphia, is an
old resident of Providence. I have k..o ni,.n.
svell for the last fifteen years, and can assure the
puouc mat an ne lias wntter in rear.1 t -j Ins nek
ness and recovery, is t'.rictiv true He was ton
sidered a consumptive, in the last stages of the
disease, by Ins physician and fneiics. and I be
lieve that his recovery is entirely due t:j me ue
pi ut. aciicnc s mcaicir.es.
H I. f.ElTH, Druggist,
No. iii N. Main St., Provid'.nse, R. I
May t3, i5ai.
Discharged from the Army in tho
Last Stages of Consumption.
Cared by Dr. ficlionclc's
klU,i, M T. f . - .... - ..
..i.ui...ii, Ixl.Tlir-ll, Ol I TO-
ilenrt, It. I.
I was d.sthared from the I'. S. Army in June.
iS, as an mcuiahle Conump-ue. My discharge
reading thus: a A.ivanceJ stage of Coosonii.t. ,n
of tho Lungs." I was advised by i!.e aur.ysur
peon to live out-dors ns much aspos .bv. He
informed my Iriends that I was ni ni' ,,t !e, but
with care 1 might be made eomfe-rtahle I ,r a time
My cough was aiinost without ces-amm. 1 raised
matter from my lui.gs m lark-e quantity s. an.l I
hid all the other well-known 11 ,.i:umi ..( the
disease. I look many renf'ties wrhxit heiKltt.
In September I went to see Dr. S l.enc-k, and
s "n alter began to u ;e his mil course of medi
c:nes. 1 toon felt their Knttiu tl cf?e:t, my
cough growing less a.vl '.c a;ul -ny sirengili
coming back to me verv f. st. In the following
April I was entirely well came to Providence
and went to work. Fiom t'.tat time to tins I have
been entirely well, not spending one do'lar for
Doctors or tnrriirmes for mvseli. 1 thjrefore
know that Dr. Sehenck's niedn-inet arc guoil and
reliable in Lung Disease. My cure as consid
ered a!mot a miracle by those who knew mi
when I w,..(! - i,;eJ from the army.
Of Boyden A Whelden, Grocers, No. . Main
St., Providence. K. I., July 4. 1601, hormctly
of South Walpole, Mass. ,
From the Rev. Stephen Rocs.
Maidcn Rock, Pierce Co., Wis..
Pr. y. If. Sckmck, m.'adtlfkia. '5'
Worthy Gentleman.-It is with a feeling of grat.
itude I seat myself to write you this letter. A
little over a year ago I received from you a small
box of your valuable medicines. Pulmonic Svrup,
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills. They were
for mv wife.who had been very sicklor many years
with female weakness and weak lur.gs. She had
had two severe attacks of pneumonia, a.id our
physician gave it as his opimon-as from her great
debility -that she could not live through the third
one. She began to take your remedies according
to directions, and we immediately saw great im
provement in all her symptoms. She was soon
free from her cough, and began to gam in flesh
rapidly. At this date she is perfectly well.
I wish to add that your Pulmonic Syrup is the
only medicine 1 have ever found that gives relief
in my bronchial complaint usually called clergy,
man t sore throat. During the winter season, If
I speak much in public, I often sulfer from it, but
your Pulmonic Syrup givct me immediate relief,
and strengthens my voice.
Since my wile's cure I have recommended It to
many of my neighbors, who have used it with
great benefit in coughs and colds.
REV. STEPHEN ROESB,
Missionary for American Baptist Publication So
ciety, Maiden Rock, Pierce Co., Wisconsin.
Rev. Mr. Roese again writes under date of
April 7, 180a :
My wife's health remaint good, showing that
your medicines have made a perfect and perman
ent cure, I think your Pulmonic Syrup the best
cough remedy in the world. 1 am advertising
you wherever I go in my travels.
Do not rtrodutfl ilclcn! at .......
or griping. On the contrary, they are 10 mild
auu uhici:v.u mi men i.utj, mat a pcnon miner
(ngwith a ick headache, sour stomach, or pain
in the bowel, ii speedily relieved 0 these dis-
trRilniT ivmtitnma Tlttr net Aivt. .1...
liver, the organ which, when in a healthy condi
lion, pumica wic oiuuu iur nic wnoie DOdy.
Thru ar a rirfi-t nrniotlnn i a
. ... . - r-..v.-.-.ii w, Mini Kicm inn
w l.unmvii r tn Hi Mantlr-jlt- ftrlArtnni.ll.H .
remedy that hat displaced the use of mercury, as
,...,..,. ri.wi.iiui uiuks, in ute prac
tice of every intelligent physician.
Prof, John King, of the College of Medicine, of
fintonnatl. miviiyfn rnniilmxinn 1. ..... ......
the bowelt without disposing them to subsequent
coativencss, In Chronic Liver Complalut there it
not Its equal In the whole range of medicines, be-
inir vastly more uvrfnl than mw..;i .......
rousing the liver to healthy action, Increasing
the flow of bile, and keeping up these actions
longer than any other agent with which we are
acquainted." (See American Dispensatory, page
In all case of Liver Complaint or Dyipepsia.
where there il great weakliest or debility, Dr.
Bohenck'a Neoweed Toulo should be used In
connection with these Pills,
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
MANDRAKE FILLS, "
OAIRO BtJUETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1832.
Are told by all Druggittt, and full directioni for
their use are printed on the wrapper of every
Dr. Mchnnck will tee patients at' the
GiauU Central Hotel, Broadway, N.Y., oil
the first Wednesday aud Thursday of each
month, and at the American House, Han-os-er
Street, Ronton, on the second Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month, ex
it Auguet. Consultation free.
Cut glass atjain figures prominently
In attractive table ware,
Sleutlor chains are now employed t
loop back window draperies.
Satin lnnip-sliiitles tiro attorned with
dragons mid other hideous beasts.
Fringed napkins tiro preferred for
tho tea Horvice, instead of a salver, at
Floral decorations for tho table nro
rapidly (roing out of-stylo for dinner
Mirrors are entirely out of dale in a
drawing room, utiles they act as tho
bnekgrotind of a cabinet.
Chiffoniers are not as hiyli ns form
erly, and are made in woods to corres
pond with tho usual furniture.
Thuro Is a great fancy at present for
wicker-work chairs, which are either
gilt, rod, blue or tan color.
New upholhtery for drawing-rooms
bhowH vory littlo wood-work, the chairs
and lounges b'in,7 entirely covored with
Tidies Are to bo superseded by small
squares of lace or muslin, or even dark
er material, securely fastened into tho
bnck of the chair.
Little crochet boats, with silken saiU
have jaken the place of the littlo lluted
paper dishes in which fruits were form
orlv served at fashionable luneheoiis.
The nio.it stylish carpets nod those
for v. hirh thi ie i tho greatest demand
nre in dark shades and have small fig
ures, and the more intricate the dtsign
the bettor. c'
Very pretty small screens for tables
have panels of white silk, with a
wreath of flowers done? in colored silks
on one side and a moonlight scene
jmiuted on the other.
For a useful home rug, purchase a
sheepskin and wash it thoroughly in
boiling soap-suds, ami when drv comb
carefully, aud an excellent rug "is made
for the foot of the stairs, the fireplace,
Largo rooni. so fa-hion decree.-',
shall no longer bo lighted with center
chandeliers, but by meaus of upright
pillars placed in the corners of ilio
room, from which innumerable gas
A "handy" for a gnulleman's room,
which is intended for brubhes, combs,
razors, etc., has the foundation uf ecru
, or light-blue kid, embroidered iu out
line with borne humorous design and
the straps f contrasting color so ar
ranged as to form special places for the
article to bo put in it. Perfumery bot
tles and medicine llnks may :,"ho be
kept in tho "handy."
Pretty baskets, whidi arc nice for
serving large fruit at dinner or lunch
eon, are easily uiad.t. Tal.e four pieces
of card-board and cover with anv mate
rialjireforred. and on each piece work
or paiut the flower of the fruit which
tho basket will contain. Fasleu the
piece-; together by a knotted cord so ar
ranged as to look liko tiny twigs.
Over the fruit throw a square of deli
cato macrame luce.
Following is tho classic and unique
language iu which Uill Nye, the boom
erang man, paralyzes a dead-beat:
"Another land' mark of Laramie has
gone. Another wroek has been strewn
upon the sands of time. Another gay
bark has gone to pieces upou tho cruel
rocks, and above tho broken spars and
iib boom and foretop gallant royal main
braco aud spanker boom euchre deck
tho cold, damp tido is moaning.
Wc refer to L. W. Shrooder, who re
cently left this place incog., alio in dobt
largely to various people of this gay and
Laramie has been tho home at various
times of some of the most elasseal dead
heats of modem times, but Shroedet
was tho noblest, the most grand aud co
lossal of dead beats that has ever visited
our shores. Horn with unusual abilities
in this direction, ho early learned how
to'enlarge and improvo upon tho talents
thus bestowed upon him, and here in
Laramie he soou won a place at the
front as a man .who purchased every
thing and paid for nothing. He had a
Way of aiMU'Oachin r tlm rr'i-iu-nr ni.,1 !,
merchant that was well calculated to
deeeivo, and he did in several instances
make representations which we now
learn were false.
Ho was by profession a carpenter and
joiner, having learned tho art while cut
ting cordwood on tho Missouri bottoms
near Otnnha for tho Collins Brothers.
Here lie rapidly won this way to tho front
rank by erecting some of the most com
manding architectural ruins of which
modern wood assassination can boast.
Ho would take u hatchet and a buck
saw and carve out his fortune anywhere
in flirt U'iitlil nn.l If it',,,,1.) .1' t 1. !
..v..,.,, ,,,, iw iiviMuu I i;ust uinj il
cent. He tilled his whole trans-Missouri
country with his tamo and his
promissory uotes and thou skinned out
nod left us here to mourn.
Good bye, Shrooder. Wherever you
go, we will remember ton and hope
that you may Riiccoed in piling up n
monument of indebtedness as you did
here. You were illustrious ami untir
ing iu efforts to become a great finan
cial wreck and success has crwned
your efforts. Wo will not grudge yon
the glory that coagulates about vour
Heir von Gossler, Prussian Minister
of F.ducation, has issued n circular or
dering that all the boys in tho higher
suhools of tho country shall be mado to
play games. For some tituo public
opinion in Germany lias been much ex
ercised about tho physical condition of
tho boys; they were good scholar., but
listless, inactive, unenterprising, often
appallingly short-sighted. A remedy
is to bo sought, not only in gymnastics,
but in cricket ami football and other
outdoor games requiring skill and agili
ty. It b u wise ruling.
Woman and Her Discus h
is the title of a turgo illustrated treatise,
by Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y., sent
to nuy address for three stamps. It teach
es successful selftro itmeut.
nucKicn'8 Arnica Salve "
Tho Best fcklvo In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Suit llhpum, Fever
Bores, Totter, Clipped HundB, ClnlbUins,
Corns, aud all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cunts per box. For sale by Gko. E
William I)vis, of Clay city, III , says:
"I have never found the equal of Brown's
Iron Bitters as a remedy for dyfpepiia."
Both Lydit U. Pinkh'ini s YegeUblo
Compound and Blood Purifier ore prepured
at 23!J and 235 Western avenue, Lyiiu,
Mass. Price of either, 1. Six boitlei f r
f5. S nt niy ninil in the form of pills, or
of ii zenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
lor either. Mis. Pinkhsm lively answers
all letters of inquiry. Enclose 3 :. stump.
Send Jur psinphles. Mention this paper.
A Nasal, Injector free with eseh bottle
of billion's CuUnh Heuitdy. Price f0 cts.
SrEEn's Port Grape Wine for weakly pei
sons. This excellent ptt.ductof the grape
is pr scribed hu-J used by the lo'iKlicir plij .
siciaiis in tlie country, when a gem-tniis and
Mounting wii.e is doirabh ; uspicinlly fir
femalfP, sged persnns i.nd i onsuuiptive;
and by (lunches fir commuuion. Hut.
drods of New York physicisns hue v:sitcd
Spei-r'h Vinej ar1s and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant from JJVw York, anil
pronounced his wiue pure end unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Hchuh.
fFaded ur icles ..t i ll kinds restored
to iheiroti.inal beauty by Diamond I'yts
i rfett and simple. 10 "cents, at all drug
W. S. Lioscott, Niles, O., Iim scrofula
r thirty years, aud ''Linds-y's Blood
Searcher" cured him. Icn't it wtndr:ul?
KicnARU Dulguaer, of Columbia, III.,
writes "Brown's Iron Bitters is the 1 f t
ionic medicine I have ever found : I will
Faumehs and others diuvrin,; a L'f nteel,
urativo airency btihiness, by which f5 to
JO a day can be earned Send addres at
onte, on postal, 1 1 H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
I!)5 aud 107 FuUoti street, New Ymk.
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r-:&y&!s:w TrP"r j-'t.: rsa!
IJ I ne lore yeutliu, sum ..
mWJLJKJ JL ,,,"vb hfhlnd tnc.it;qui:rllinc.'
Kivo Dollur iiutflt iriM. No
rirs. cv-ryiumg new. t-apllal not rnitilred. W v
win furnish voil pvrvtliin M. .. ...,,i.:..,.
Icirtetif is. Ltclk'f rnuUe as much ss Difn iinrl b ii.
uu (iirig nunc great pay Header, If j ou vuiiit
dusIlbsh t wh ih you can make great ray all H e
iiiuu. rim iur pariKuiars to 11 HVLLKTI tCO
617 St. Ciarlcs Stroet, ST.tOUIS, MO.
A roff'tlap Ot-McHmto of two modioli
WillcKes, li neon lomr iinrim il In the trnt
1 ,ihronip; N-voiii, Mini ond
J Jlorid I)eai's than nny otbt r elivsirl.ui in
K. Louis, ss city i.nper Jrfw mill nil ol, rt-.
rtunis know, C unniltHtlo f; niii.,.nr by in "II
freeaiiil Invlteil. A Itlenrtlv talk or hl opinion
rosts nothliii(. Win n It Is Inivnivnl. nt tovlslt
the oily .or tri'atnient, ruillrlii-s run lirseni
y niallor I'lrpreds'i-vrrwhrn1. t uralile n
fiiarsiitwli where ito'ubt exist. II In iVankly
suite d. Csil or Wrlto. '
K-rvong rrostratioa, Debility. Mental and
PhTsical Weikneas, Mercurial and otlfr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Moc
tlons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Ciruraatiam, Piles. Special
attention tr: casa JVom ovcr-woi-ked brain.
SUBCICAIi CASES rrccivo npgnial attrntjon.
Diseases arising from I.ny ru Jences, ExoeEsei,
Indulgences or Expogtiros.
It. Is nrlf-evldcnt' tlist n .livlrlnn naylnir
partlrular altcntlon to arias oti-nvs hil-iIiu
groat skill, sn.l plivjlolsns In roKiilnr praeik-e
si! over the rounlrv knowing tliK rrroiiently
riH-onimeiiil rnsfsto the oldrsli.iflce tn Anirlra
where every kuoivii n llai,cc Is n'soriiMl u
ami the provml koixI re nifwlio- of nil
airi'l suit rnuntrles an-iim'iI, A wliolv Iioiisp In
iisci fnroftliv piirno-is, nml all nre (ri ntcil with
skill In a r.'M) .., fu iiiniimr; m il. knowing
what to do. no cxj'iu'l mi nts nre tnailc, Onnr.
count of tlin great numliiT HijIi I i ur- tlio
chaws are ki'Ut low, ortcu Iowit than Is
doinniiili'd hy others If voil fcute tlie skIM
anil ifi't a speedy and it-i U-r I. lit cure, tlintis
the linKiiiinit tusttor. i'aiiipUlet, 3D engo,
seut to any iddis frps.
puus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages,
Elr Emit rloth sud (riUbliidlior. fcslrdforM
cents in imitate or curriuiov. liver titty won
npi liil pen ilcturi , imu tu 1 i f. , him tcli'Hon tlm
iollowlni Milijects. S liiimsv t.uii rv. who not-
hy f rrojieriiec tniiiiiii v, Who marry iir
JsiiIkviiI, 1Vi.iuiaiilifii.il. I'livslcul rlwin, Wlm
should ninri'v. Hi.wlltVn I liippliu". iiihv Ih
ilicrcnvcd. Tlmsii mu rr.-, ur muli'iuplu'tlim
tnarrylnir fliould rend II, It ouirhl t" !' real
py all adult pi .ou, i li. ji kmt iin.lr loi-k end
key. roiulnr nllllim, iiipi: nli ,., hut impif
over and sa)M!i , :h auu by mall. Iu money
tlluli 1:1 ,,l
tli..tM.l ml I if; a
Clllli. nlTrw Mi n,.,,.l ,'.. .f .. "i I..7. Tz.jZ'. 7 7.T?.
SRAIN, PROVISIONS ASTncKiS
lui'h IIMMli Hireli. I h h,.i,il nr.. i .7.
,m..,-,,.', iijM-iiiiriiii.nl llliliJIUIOUiin!iiiriiiliM,IL.in
Unh. 10 to IlioiHir ooit. HivMr-n.1'. prs.J monthly, liu
Krlof oiHTtulr.itiM Kent uu h ii.i'iiilKT. bhniri l'nei!lit
rcilwm dili, lioiian-.v.iihle, traiiKlcnil'ln, A tvlliihti: rm'
nwisanlcnt wantt-d In every town. PiKd ial iiilinrinpiit.
bxplsna .iryrnriilnrsohtfriv. Adorer II. K.10.MIAU.
-IS0" l..7J '.L9 J'ttt,lu fli OHIOAUO, III,
P7TOvTTnTsJ boIilWiTR'Idbwr' Pu
L liilOXUilkJ'''11' tta CblMrvn. Any
...in., tin,, ,ii.,o-.,, woiiiiu or injury
2"i V i1111"" sptToprlHlod. Worklna lore
rlolllioil. Monet mailo haupy. 1'roinpt work.
A) ply now. Keefio. l)irtors etiiltlvd to all
rliuia and ilLrii .i.,. m,.i... . .....
CHU n Itirri'SMiCsmn. Ilountvsnd haclf niw iim-
cttriid. '1 be w orld and Holdtor." (wee .ly paper).
Hanii'lecoiivfreo Nud stamp for rail liitriicitons
ft f iv,i,. nB,J 11: P A T I1. NTS
N. W. FI rZORR aii CO.. I'ehHon. ralout
Land AU'yt, Wsehlogtou, D. 0. 11 V-J-w-lro
us en a
1B83 8EN1" IKEE toaiiTadilria. IBOIIIiiL.
Silver 2L k&r! (BEA8s- -w
I,,,,,, ",d BEED 'a'truiniiDta, toirth
oiw V Viii"uu 01 """trumenta -JAT
and HOW to purdi.se , terms for
A. m i f'.01!' 1111,(1 0Bi Orchestru
(i"i(a. Hi p. luteal rxmiiliir tnimlc . ,i,i,.J,
IHE HOOT i 0NS lilklC COCHCAGb.ia
BEFORE - AND "AFTER
Electric Appliance! are tent on 33 Djvs' libl.
TO MEN OXIY, OR OLiJ,
WD" are snrtBrinu from Nnnvors namiiTV
?.' VlTtlTT. I.SI-K Of Nkkvk KOHIB .1D
M'lliK. UAHTIN'I WntKNansKS ami 1.11 tllO BdlH-OMfS
of a I'khsokal Nsn-RK riMultiii.t frjiii Anfiss sud
OfllKB CAL'siis. S(Hii,ly reli.if mil fUTii.lele reto
rutlun of ilKALTa, mor nno lviio t i.iahantkkd.
The u-iinilct dlsciiTcry uf tho Kin. t .- u'li Oniiiry'
Send at onoi. for Illu.ti alud l',uuiului t rue. Adaruts
YOITAIO 8IT CO., MARvHAU, MICH.
AUD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our ninny other Electro-On'tniilo snd Msgnetlo
Appliances iind Osrments sr Invnhmlile, and a sure
cure tpr Nervous lelilhty Paralysis, Epilepsy, Khe.ima
tlsra, Overworked Ilralu, Fitinnsilon or Loss of Vital
Koerwr, Weak llnck, Kidney Ui wane. I nng, Liver snd
htoraiioh Complainls, aud ar niiap'ed to riTHCH
BtX. These in.pliiinces ure the very Inteu ImproTfxl
and entiiely different dom lielia nr.d nil oihers, as they
positively nenerate contlnuoua currenia wlihout acids,
oanalng no sural n.-r Irrllntinn of the skin oho be
worn at work as well M rest, and ar oolr nollreahle to
the wearer. The power la rctiulnte.i su as to meet tbe
J""" nw" in an oieeases wnsre iMeclrlo and
iKHguQub tirit'uirill ..,11 UfJIHIUi I U'JWl 0f
Cure Iwpotency, Seminal Weakness, Lost r.:ooD,ic
They Cure when nil elee fills. Our ItiTairated
... ,,,,,1,, ,iU ui oueoia
Mttii... iiriu'iim . tt -.!!... .. ....
Howatd IClectro Macniitlc InsoIs,tl per pair hy mall,
AMLa.CAM calva::io r.n..
312 N. Oth Eft., St. Louis, Mo.
A Mew ann ronipiei.i II .tul, f-.o;ti'j;; ,m , ,.-
oecouii uau l,ulro:iJ -.reite,
Tb Pae'eiua-r !);. 1. 1 ni trt ri.u..'-i, St. Loire
t'r Mtw tlrlesa: lllinoin luntra!: VVni.Nel . hi
F.i inn and I'tu i sir-; I,ii li.iiintniii Hirt M 'iiiiu.i-ii,
.Mobile nr.d Ohio; i uir.i and vSt. J,uiu. Kunwave
aro all I imt H.-or' u,i, el reel : u hilii : t . - SiimiiiIi.h,,
LftU'litiir in but one s iiian; dietiin',
Tins Unlet Is belted hy hU'iiiii, steam
I.nuiidrv. I!vi1nn,,'ie Klevatnr, Klu. trie tv.ll Hulls
Aurmnallu Firu-Alartue. butl-.f . ul,eoh;ulv n,i;u nir
pei'lerUijweriiL'e and lumiileto appoint,, loins.
hUl'erb lunuLiiiwe: iiuil'ocl e.iiv ILL' ' u::il an III
Ij. V. I'AHKKK .V O.),, ,lHMOia
is p.cfcrnd hy t!na
. ii.ni'ar article, on oc
ij :ount cf lis superior
I It Cont.lina tnif.rUI.
only that at beneficial
to tin scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hatr
ti-i i Trn-i j. ,
j.irairs iiairiiaibm is nneiy pri mmed and It
w.irranteo to prevent hilling ol the hair snd to re.
muvedandrulTiuidiidiiug. Histox St Co , N.Y,
'"Ci snd l llifi, st dfilin In druui anil mfitlclnih
A Superlative Health and Strcnnth nestorer.
If you are a mechanic or fanner, worn out with
Overwork, or a moilier run down by family or Iiousa.
hold dutict tiy I'aiikbh's diKutn 'I onic,
If you are a lawyer, minister or bunineu man ejt
haustod by mental strain oranxious care,, do not uks
InioMcatingttimulantt.butuic farlter'a Oinger Tonio
If you havo Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma.
Iim, Kidney Complaints, orunydiiorderofUielunirs,
ttomsch. bowels, blood or nerves Takkmr's Rincrr
Tonic willcure you. 1 1 istlie (Jreateu Hlood Purilier
And the Beit and Surest Cough Curo Ever Used.
If you are wastinn sway frum nge, dissipation or
any limna or weakneu and requii e a tiiniilani take
Ginors ToMCatnncei it will mvicnraie and build
ymi up from the first dore but will never intoxicate.
It has it ' d hundieds of lives it may save yours.
CAUTION l-IWui. ill luliilllul.i, farlisr's UlniirrToolc la
eempnifil of the twit ivmnlial anau In !litwiirll,aiiillienllrly
eiff.r nt from prrparal lon of ftng'r aloaa. firml for circular la
IllmsaCo., N. Y. 0c. tl iiHi,atilraltn Is drugs.
CHEAT 8AVIN0 BUYING DOLLAR Slat,
II. ,'irh lllll la.lllllt f.mrinr I,.. 1M..I. .U..
deliKtiifiil perliune ei'.lii','ly popular. Titer
Is nothing llkolt, Insist nimn having FLOJUUa
TOM CoUMiNS and look for signature, of
a every settle. Aay itr.igIli er daaler la perfumery
us supi'ly yon. tit anil 1 c.nl ihn.
LA HUB HAVING BUYINO in. HZE.
-a DR. f g
THE CAfRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
t)allt one year bycarrter tlA fli
U lcrccnt. dlscountli p,dlD advance )
On) .onuyor j mal " 100C
Os.It one montt too
Weekly, one year. . ' a no
A ely. months ? Jjx
l M r, ,NV'.t in auvsMtia.
All nommunlcaiinne ehoiiid he addressed to
l'uhlleher snd Proirletor.
NKW ADVti.UI ISh...ir.NTS.
Mason & uAMLiJf.
m)fi VC;are certainly b et, hHvltic been
UTlii"f'' ili-'.recd at lVery Great
r.i. k i ,,.., v "r 1 "iiiietriul i omp tlilnn
r. r sisiuen eum; , ,,(.r nu-rli'mi ri.ai.t hay.
Inc Wn Ion ,d eq ml ,, Mtl) d,,.,,,,, Myle
'9.84 w.tave-; eiifll l-nt eompn.. a'd power.
, !i1,jTtflUu"V furlio,.u.,r .aercd nd iecular
miKtc In ei: .ooln or f.milli-. nt nnlv 'M ne
5 h,,li, m, ? yv.8"'1 upV ha ",""r "vie-are
noll- imrlviiled hyanv other on-iiiis AIo tor
tH) pavm.'itte. New lllu-tr,,!,.,, fMaloeue free.
be Vl As.. hami.iN Or an nd P .mo o!
151 irumont ctreei, -t..n : 1ft Ka-t Utb street
1 hlMKo q:'ro)' NeY"rk!l'tl Vh Avenue,
V0UX(i MKX ""oensintolewnTsUgw.
s. tin .'iiui hv Hut lew moiit i, BiuiB
.NCwupapaiT Advcrtll";Unreau,10i,rucett N.Y,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PELLS
u ., (J , ,llill.T(.1y cuanm , jie riiooa in me en
Jfesj'stMn In tnren months. Any person who will taks
X pillesch iilkhtfroni 1 to 19 weeks msrha restored
tosnnnd heslth. if e-ich s thioir be iwimII Io. Hold ev
erywhere, or ent by itisll for M letter .tumps. 1. H.
douasuN 4 Co., Boitoa, ilus... formerly lUntfor, M
NEW AI)VVKTISi-ME.:; rs
1 lifjva a pirtlilvo remedy lur tub ahuve ili,H.e; bjUn
r.. I lionnatiils i f ct.ix of ma wort klml and nf fotiw
nsniiina have hen cured. Iinlnnl, an atmna Is mr fsliK
,u lis .Mll.-a.-y, that 1 will eanrt TWO novri.tVKltetto
jetherwUhaVAU-ABLHTllKTISKoiithl, u'wiji l
luytullurer. Ulve Kxprvsn ami f . o. O'UlrJ, ,W
. CK. T. A. BLOC I'M, Ul Puttri bt., Sew York.
While U n sCIng v. tb a Kulieii j r..-i: L'ruberman
H iceives Cniiai Tientia' 1 im ly.-i .
Wliilciiua 'Uuiitinif .-xcnrriin Iu tU.i (jruat coal
and wood region near arl.oi rtaie I'a., the writer
niut illlaiii l oll u l.imVTinaa. Aceuaioinud to
life aud Libor iu t'e formal from early turitjhoiid, he
waa a true Ii'ilnln i f tb .. Axe. Mauy a tree bad
fallen bcf.ire hla rln: Iur atiukee, and tl ele of rafta
had borne aw iy to niar et the aRweil producte,
Coll Is a character, and IfO-csr Wilde la rlifht In
ay'ti; tbat all rauwrnrut In unhinderud labor are
jracerul. our friend WWUm, atiippt'd for bit work,
and attaukins a tree a- Klcbard I, as-iaulted the
benvy dooror Frost ile liienl't I'ast'.e must have
prceonti d au ad i lr lilo (li turo.
Ouo iL.y, Imwever-I ttt let him tell tbe ttorj
hl'utM.lf, eehu told d .o mo:
' I w:is i.ut in ,hu wo,idi yon know, trying to
art ci.ii k duu u a h I. Tlunkltiit I etmul (jet s
In tier purcbiio. m It faun ihe low. r side, I tackled
it there w, ill in) ,i r Hire hook and throw my
vielijht on tht . vor sin.- marted ebe did, but at
luck v.oli:d have t, b. lore 1 cou d s t out of tbe
way, -he rillud r ht . ver me. 11 II lmdn't been
foralotol em.il liiiihs and lniii-h lying iu the road
will, h llftud her up. she'd a ciuahed flut. At It
was I not up without a hiokcu bone, but wnh some
ui Rlity bud brui -ca "
"Thou von were all rib ,"ul,!l.g auditor.
"Not bya bin i od sijjlit. Mranaer. I to'ik cold
rheiimiitlom eel In, aud, if I hadn't heard uf BEX
SON'S I'Al'CiNE l"OR I S IM.lvrUKS .e4
uaud Vtn, ll's myoinnlou I ehoul l lievee hav
miulu ano birch plly. Dut ibu I'lipcitio took hold
qui k. and .'in ah.iut us K'io'1 as new Hut there's
one thtpg yon km calklmtd on: -I elmll never
wmst e wi h iiiioihi-r loir uiiIiiks I biu-i nm a ..
t'llf of tbe irro.l id F r. us I t Id vo.i hefnea if it
bu.lii'l beeu f r butu brnxlu-e lM beeu etiiaibed to
yotico Id a t 'ld mu fura door mat."
I ho i R!,,.in In tin' lliliii! fur theumallam. It
doe p't ke p you wultiu.; The word .CAPOINB
i cit iu inn center ol ih r 'niilne. t'nee 35oent.
bca.jUiy .luhunou. I bunilsts. New Y rk.
FAR)ItH'8 M)VH A D DAUGHTERS
Ur anv IimIpu M,, i tv..
Iu I'aah. womuiu f r Hi" vra'Tirmi lrr nort
(ill I lias k A If li xrtr TP IT, V ta
v ..... ajr ii-, i uii.
UUimUMV I Elliil.
.or an union Hold lent li
disabled In line ofdutv 1 1
novo LlUer.il. HnntHIlp Bounty to
n 1 1 n soiniers rcnnriea on rouses oeiertert
nro FKOCCHI D. Apply
M LO at ortoo. Bend two L
c.'in nauipe t J OPOART 4. CO..
418 O bireet N. AV., VailiTuiftou. D. 6!
'l11. .,f"' rrartlml frmwers now ajwent lo our
tnntto Thm Hut lurtlicr rth .-. da
gro.m tho rnrller their pioilnel ll e.)
woolli.r llila veurariill line i,r Hiam).,.! i'.,i....
tnie 'Va'r.'fr')w;ri.on dry upland ; Kiim.Ii r'yfe anj
ji nn i"iisuir. a;nin ui'ii ury ui'iaoii ; ncoieu y re and
piuoHtmn yheati White Ilii"amin.i'.t.; l:tiiiiipcCb.
lKo,aldlo ImoneweHknarllorthan Kcrlv rk tour
North NUr Vwllow lent Ooru etiikisiw i fits had, and
mr iniiuiir iseiiuai to airy i or niil.maivd, toniatora.
rriwa,r"i, .'.,' a lllll iiuu am ,uva crop, all
lay prowl h on our own fsnns, v ilJ l. e for rluck
ih una aiwaya ni nuu for bpntwor Fall aowiiyr.
7lh Annual Oalalotriin. hr. .T. 31. HI :ft' l.Vl
u rovr er, iiupor tvfiv J oUber, ei. 1'u ul, iUutk
lolnu ealalilialira asi
lor tbe ( ur of
tie. Ah. limU iiata ef f .in4rinv whit tfiskea a sea
Ll U U LJ
elslty nf Inlleiwy. has wllhnnt enulil treated "id rurr4
iniueeaemilian anyniherllvlne nl.velrlsn. n:euireea
ku elmply heanannnlehlngt we have heard of rasas nf
Star to ysare' slanillna; eui-eesafnlly eaied tiy hlia. Ha
aa nuMleriert a weik on this aiarase.t'iph bn seads
wlrh a terse ben lent his emndarl.il cure free any en.
amrwliamayaeirlthairespreasane f O.A'lOteis
adetieanyeue wiahint aenre totiiiiraes
. W.AuUahOlAliSv MieaalllewVera,