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WHO 13 MOTHER SEIGEL ?
Sho Is n lndv who, by the merest nccl.
dent, lids mtulo n most vnlunblo dlseov
ciy, ond she b crentliig tho wildest en.
1huhism all (nor tho country, uiulcs cry
body is talking about her nnd nskiug
What ib Mother seiqel'o Repu
tation? nnd the tell tlnui to rend the thousands
of letteu, something like the following
f loin Mr Perkins:
A WONDtltPUI. 1LST1M0NIAI.-
"Qrovo I'liarmncv, Ealing, W,
.Inn. S, 1885.
"Your nudlcino must ho tho nicit
wonderful, for timing my evpcrlcnco of
inoro thnn tncniv cars. 1 never know
any proprietary or pilcn medicine In
smoh universal favor nnd demand. It is
(imply extraordinary, nud lfIvcieto
bend you nn acconnt of every statement
made to mc In its faor, you would hiivo
to publish a Hcpnrato book to contain
my testimonials alone.
(Signed) "Thomas J. I'kumns"
And then people nsk
What does mother seigel do?
OIVK3 Itl'.t.IKl' A ONCH.
"59, Blooinflcld-jonil, I'lumsteiul,
"Jan. 7, 1SB5.
"I find tho snlo of your mcdiclno In.
creases every yea, and everyone speaks
well of Ihciii that tries them. I know a
lady that attended the Female Hospital
in ttolio square for come 'months, with
pains in luck and, side nnd bilious, and
could take no food, but got no benefit
from nny of the medicines they gave
her. Boforc she had taken all the con
tents of niio bottle of your Syrup she
felt relief nnd is now qulto well.
(Signed) "W. K. UAKnn."
THK HKl'KCT WASMAllVKU.OUS.
"Medical Hall, Bangor, .Tnn. 5, 1883.
"I hour pcopio constantly sneaking
very highly of Scigcl's Syrup. There is
n caso of :i young married lady in An
glesey who had been suffering from
stomach nsthnri for a long period, who
lind consulted tome of the best physi
cians of tho (ay, but without deriving
any benellt. Sho was dally getting
worse, but at lint u friend pusundcu
hoi to try Scigcl's Syrup. She procured
n bottle, and the ollcct was moncllous;
sho rapidly lmpioved, nnd now bIio is
as strong and healthy as ever sho has
(Signed) "II. Lt.oid-Jom-8."
WHAT IS MOTHER SEIGEb GOOD
doi s hor HLTOiiE i iiu bi:ai), iiur sm i:s
Mr. .1. "W. Sa, ill. of Duninow, Essex,
wrltex September IbSl; "I Introduced
j our medicines into Duninow nlmot us
soon as they were brought out In Lon
don. I told in a short time eighteen
pounds' woitli, I hao kriown many
grand cases of peimaucnl cuics; nud, ns
yet, no case af failure. Nothwlthstnnd
ing ni'iny competitors, Mother Scigcl's
Syrup holds its own ground. I believe
it a good medicine it will not restore
the dead to life, but it appeals to save
tho living from dying."
A CAST. 01' QltAWX OUIUU).
"reltham.Jan. J, 18S5.
"It has always given mo pleasuro to
reeomiuend jour medicines to my custo
mers, and the lesults of their tn-o have
imailably been most satisfactory. I
could furnish you many testimonials.
One ciu just now occuis to my mind.
A constable of tho police force of Toot
ing, S. W., where I for many years had
a shop, wns u patient of mine, biillcring
fiom a bad attack of gravel- Ho was
persuaded totry'Mothci Slegel's Syrup.'
lie puiciiascd u bottle at my shop, and
by tho time ho hud taken half ot it he
reported iiinsulf to me ns quite cured.
Thu eirect was simply miraculous.
(.Signed) "J. I). Floiiakcb."
IS MOTHER SEIGEL RELIABLE?
Would reseectublc chemists write like
the following if not?
A BUIIOICAI. Ol'EKATION AVEItlEU.
'Ticchurst, Dec, 1831.
Mr. Edwaiid Coiikk, Chemist, writes:
"Youi mcdiclnu maintains n steady sale
in this dlstiict, nnd is well established
in general favor. I know nn old innn,
over seventy, who some thrco or four
yearn ago was ndvhcd to submit to tho
operation for stone. Ho cortniuly was
sullc lug fiom romo distressing symp
toms, nnd could tcaicely walk. Instead
of taking that advice ho tried Slegel's
Syrup, with the result that after one
bottle, ho could walk about fairly well,
and, having taken three oi four 2s. 0 J.
bottles, ho was completely cured. Ho
is still nbout, halo and hearty for his
years. It any f tho symptoms of tho
old troublo come on, ho tukys a few
doses of the Syrup, nud all is well
WHAT PEOPLE SAT ABOUT
AN I.Xl'intlENCK 01" rOItTY YKAltS.
"Cosham, Hants, .Tad. S, 1885.
"My customers, over n wide country
district, aro not very demonstrative, nnd
I have no written testimonials to send"
but verbal admiration of your medicine
is in the ascendant, and my experience
of f oi tyycais' assures mo that no pre
paiatlon has so rapidly acquired a pop
ularity, and so (Irmly malntnint its iepu
tntlon us Mother Scigcl's Syrup.
(Signed) "Thomas II. iWini."
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WEDNESDAY. Al'KIL 27. 18S7.
GERMANY'S VENERABLE RULER.
On January 1, 1807, after tlio
battle of Jena, when little icmnlned
of tho Kingdom of Prussia, the
King, hiding his disgrace in thu un
comfortable and dcsolnto looking
castle of Konigsborg, gave his third
son, William, his Ilrsl uniform of
cadol as tho only incscnt he could
nfford. The nomination was only
gazetted on the following 22d of
March, at a tiinu when the Prince
was lying so dangerously ill of typ
hoid fever at Mcuicl that his life
was for Boine days despaired of. At
Christmas he became a sub-lieutenant,
was initiated to his military
duties with the corps of gicnadicrs
qiuutcrod at Konigsborg, nnd when,
in 1800, tho royal family of Prussia
returned to Berlin, the young Prince
marched in at the head of his com
pany. In the park at Babolsbcrg,
near Potsdam, the favorite residence
of tho Emperor, can still bo seen a
trench ho dug in those days under
the orders and direction of Major
In 18113, his health again causing
borne uneasiness, he was prevented
from accompanying tho King nnd
his elder brother when they started
to join tho army. lie was, how
ever, inado a Lieutenant in June
and a Captain in November, after
the battle of Leipzig, and in Janu
ary, 1811, crossed the line at tho
side of Dluchcr. At the battle of
Uar sur Atibc Prince William was
intrusted with the mission of recon
noitring the ground, and acquitted
himself so satisfactory that shortly
after ho received the Iron Cioss,
entered Paris for tho first time, ami
became a Captain of the Guards.
About the same period tho Emperor
of Russia conferred on him the in
signia of a Knight of St. George.
Promoted to the rank of Major in
1815, he took an active part in the
Belgian campaign, cntcicd Paris
with thu Allies for the sucoiid lime,
and on his return to his Capital was
a conspicuous figure in the festivi
ties of victory, as they were called
in Berlin. During the following
ycais he became successively a
Colonel, a Gencinl, Commander of
the First Division of the Guard,
then of the Third Army Cotps, Licu-tcnaut-General,
and in 18311 Gcn
cial Commander of the Guard. At
the death of his father his brother
became King, and he himself as
sumed the title of Piince of Prussia
and Heir Presumptive, ns Frederick
William IV never had any children.
In 1819, at the head of the ti oops
sent against the Bavaiiau insurgents,
he compelled the capitulation of
Rastadt, and received the Order of
Merit. Thu leigning soveieign, a
man of wit, culture and intelligence,
inclined to religious mysticism and
visionary romance, cared liltlo for
his amiy, and allowed the Piince of
Prussia to direct all the ptojects of
militaiy reorganization, a task for
which he was eminently fitted and
which he filled with all the ardor of
congenial tastes. In 1851 ho was
appointed Field Marshal.
In 1857, . thirty years ago, the
Prussian nation celebrated the
jubilee of the first cntrnuco of the
heir to the throno into the army,
and cxtraordinaty rejoicings took
place. He received a present of a
silver shield and helmet in recogni
tion of "sen ices rendcied on the
field," and yet he had not entered
so far upon the historical and most
impoitaut patt of his career, for it
was only three months later, in
May, that, tho increasing mental
malady of tho King incapacitating
him from royal duties, a regency
was declared, conferring provisional
power to tho Piince of Prussia for a
specified term of three months.
As soon as William held the au
thority in his own hands a new life
and energy was infused into every
department of tho military service ;
lie surrounded himself with ablo and
experienced Generals, put Man
tcuffel at tho head of tho War Ofllco
and summoned to Beilin Von Roon
and Von Moltko; tho latter, solo
survivor of the militar' triad, was
appointed Chief of the Gcnctal
Staff, of which ho fills tho functions
to this day. Meanwhilo, the state
of the King becoming hopeless, the
Rcgenoy was prolonged, and lasted
till his death. Tho Princo of Prussia
ascended tho throne under the name
of William I, and his first act was,
with the assistance and support of
Count von Bismarck recalled from
his petty diplomatic duties at a
small German Cotut to begin his
long btrugglo with the Parliament
so ns to assure the military grandeur
of Prussia. Tho King and his Min
ister wero resolved to dispense, if
need bo, with Parliament altogether,
and the former pionoiinccd tho
uioniorablo woids; "I am deter
mined to foitify Prussia, bo that
sho may tako tho place to which
she is entitled by her past, pio
vided sho possosscs a powerful
Tho King did not personally tako
a part in the Schleawig-IIolstein
campaign, hut ho joined thu army
after tho capture of Duppel, passed
tho troops in levluw nt Tundeurtt,
and brought back tho victorious
hosts to Berlin.
In 18CC ho actively participated
in the "six days'" campaign; on
the 2d of July ho was at Gatcliin,
and on the ihl nt tho battlo of
Sadown. Ho saw the Prussian Army
three times on tho point of retreat
ing; ho heard Gen. von Moltko tell
him that tho troops would not hold
thirty niinutc3 longer, but before
tho half hour was over his son, the
Prince Royal, appeared with his
contingent on tho heights of Chulm,
and the destinies of Europe wero
rcveised. The Austrians were de
feated and France beaten. On
September 30th the King returned
triumphantly to Berlin, nnd on tho
sixtieth anniversary of his soldier
lifo he became Chief of the Con
fcdoiation of Northern Germany,
having annoxed to Prussia the
Kingdom of Hanover, tho Grand
Duchy of Nassau, the Electorates
of llcsse, Frankfort and Schlcswlg
Ilolslcin. A pciiod of peace and prosperity
followed, but neither the sovereign
nor his statesmen nor Generals re
mained idle. The popularity of
William I, already so great, In
creased 3'ear after year till he be
came literally tho idol of tho people.
Then came the events of 1870.
Facts of such recent date, and so
gravely historical, nro fresh in every
memory. On tho lGth of June,
1871, tho culminating episode took
place in the tiiumphal entry of the
first German Emperor into his jubi
lant city of Berlin, amid such ap
plause and acclamations as have,
perhaps, never beforo greeted an
adored and victorious ruler.
From that date William I has
made, even more than before, the
army the object of his constant soli
citude. Thcio is not a detail too
minute or Insignificant to escape his
watchfulness ; every pot lion of arma
ment or equipment receives his at
tention, and hu devotes equal thought
to the mobilization of an army, to
the autumn maneuvers, to tho orga
nization of barracks, or tho lot of a
private. He understands the soldier,
having lived his life and shared his
duties and privations; till qulto
lately, old as he was, ho led it still,
inspecting companies, tho drill of
recruits, tasting tho food and con
trolling with his own eye the plan
of a campaign and the salute of a
sentinel. The Emperor has been
called the Scargent King. If spoken
in derision, this appellation has not
prevented his making his country
great, nor made it impossible foV
him to write above the treaty of
peace of 1871 :
To tho at my, and tho fathei land, with
all my heaits, thanks I
When tho tomb closed over the
nonagenarian and he goes to seek
his well-earned, laurel crowned re
pose, he will die with the pioud
consciousness that he has had ever
beforo his eyes, and acted in ae
coulance with, the assertion of his
illustrious ancestor, Frederick tho
Great: "Tho world docs not rest
more sccuiely on tho shoulders of
Atlas than Prussia on her army."
Still, the future of nations rests
on as slender a thread as the desti
nies of men, and there may be even
now in some obscure country garri
son an unknown subaltern of genius
who may sap the achievements of
eighty years and seek his baton de
Marechal in some new Austerlitz
or Jena4. London Corr. N. Y.
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