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tr aeetnt ftlmoftt Impossible that any one
can aoo ui me tnicacj 01
r n rv n w mi is 1 in
UK. oLntliLlv o
FOR THE CURE OF
after muling th evidence wo publish in
this paper. Tho people who give these cer
tificates am well and favorably known in
the communities in which they reside, and
manj of them have kiudly offered to answer
My communication from those who aro
afflicted with disease of the throat or lungs.
For other Certificate of turn, tend, for
Dp, Schenck't Book on Coiuumption,
Lwtr Complaint and Dyapeptia. ' It gicet
m full description of these diseaf in their
tariout form, also, taluaMe information
in regard to the diet and clothing of th
nek; hoa and when exmhe thould be
taken, de. Thi$ book is the remit of
many yean of tTperltMt in the tretitment
of Lung Diieam, and honld be read, not
only by tin aJJlicUd, but by tlwst who, from
hereditary taint or other eaiue, itippos
tfismelm lliblt to any aj'edion of tin
throat or lunge.
IT IS SENT FREE
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schenck Si Son, P.O.
Box 2833, Philadelphia, Pa.
Go and see the people who write the fol
lowing letter?, if possible.
A Gentleman well-known" In Zanesvllle,
Dresden and Cohoctou, writes from l'e
Pa. J. H. Schbnck:
Dtarir In the Winter of 1R71 I was told by
three prominent doctors that my wife had Consump
tion, and that she could not live until Spring. Soon
after this a friend, who lives in Dayton, Ohio, re,
commended your medicines to lies, but having been
told that she was incurable, we h d no fa.th in
them. Her friend finally brought her a bottle of
your PULMONIC SYRUP, and insisted on her
(firing It a fair trial. She did so, and thank God,
by its use her life was saved. She is now euu ely
1 am well-known here, an welt as in Zanesvi le,
Dresden, and Cohncton, and would reler you to the
drugpislt and others in these towns who will re
member my wife' a case na a very bad one. I have
recommended your medicines to a treat many, and
have never known them to fail in making cure
where they have been piven a fair trial. 1 am in
duced to send you this by the thought that it will'
be of such great use to suffering humanity,
Not. ai, 1870. A. W. WHITE.
Proprietor White House, Pekiu, 111.
Another ease of Consumption Cured at
, La Foate, Ind.
La Pom, Ind,, I
Da. ScHaNCK : Jan. 31st, i8i. f
About twelve yean apo I was dangerously III
with Lung Fever, t bad great trouble in breath
ing; every breaih 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 follow clerks induced
me to get some of your medicine. Haying that he
bad used them himself with entire success. I sent
for some of your Pulmonic ttyrup, StasreeJ Tome
and Mandrake Pills. 1 used tlieui according to the
directions, and in a short time nonce. I a marked
improvement in my licaltb. 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 tlmv i have recommended yrur medi
cines to many other people living in La V'irte, who
sed them with great suc-m.
K. H. NEDF.LTIIAt',
Ex-Trustee of La I'ortc Co.
Conramptlon Curetl-Itaaa thla Letter
from Mr. Ittlck, of La I'urte, Ind.
. La PoKTa, Inti., I
Da. ScmtNCK j Jan. ist, ic.fi. J
In the year tr I waa mifferlng with Censump.
tion, and had gotten so low that I had no ho,e of
ever getting well again. 1 waited for death to put
an end to my sufferings. There was one of my
friends who was persistently trying to have me use
your Pulmonic Syrup 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.
rinding that I was not to be persuaded, he houplit
some of your Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic
himself, and brought them to me. I at first refused
to touch them. I did not want to be experimented
n, but finally consented to use them merely to sat
isfy him. not tliat I expected they would do me any
ff od L I commenced taking the Pulmonic Syrup
and Seaweed Tonic, and to my great surprise fell
almost immediate relief and was encouraged to
continue using them. My condition improved un
der their ute, until, in time 1 prew r erfectly ell,
no trace of the disease remaining. My lungs had
healed up and crew stronger than ever. I was per
maneolly cured, as I have had no trouble with uy
lungs since that time.
I owe my life eniirely to your medicines. Noth
ing else saved me. 1 will bear cheerful lestimr.ny
to the great virtues possessed by your medicines.
I know of several other cases here where your med
icines lave been used with entire success. Iain
well known here, being one of the original Oman
settlers in La Porte Co., and having been in the Liv
ery business fur many years,
u , , . JOHN ITT1CK.
N. B. I can and will, if necessary, swear before
any Justice of the Peace, W all that I have said in
the above statement.
Tats is to Camrv, That we have sold the medl
cines mentioned in these certilicates to Mr. Nebel
thau and others, acd their statements are authentic
FRED'K WEST A CO.,
From Mr. Hurley p. Hopkins, of Provl.
dence, R. I. Ho Is Cured of Consumption
by Dr. gchonuk's 3tmllclnr, ivftur bolnn;
given sip to dlo by soino of tUe bust pliysl-
. elans of t'oo city.
Da,J. II. Sciicncki
rv- ei.ri ,- ... '
" mv pern cured 01 what three
of the best physicians of this city told me was Con
sumption of the lungs, by the use of your medl.
ernes, 1 was first attacked with the di scans in Oc
sober, i&3o, and although I was from that time
eftiiinually under the care of a physiiutaa, 1 grew
wors- and worse until at last I was confined to my
bed. I can hardly say that I waa first attacked with
the disease in itttK lor my lungi had been weak
for many years previous to this, snd 1 would mine
often have severe pain in my breast if I twk the
least cold or exerted myself too much In any wuv
r"w worse, my cough became very bud 1 had
, night sweats so severe that my bed throuith the
night would be as wet as though water had hern
' thrown over me. I was continually raising blood
and large quantities of oftensive muter Irom mv
lungs, and at last had all the well-known synintuuis
Of Consumption in its lat slagcSi
At the request of my faraiiy, my physician called
la two other doctors of tins city, and they after an
lamination agreed that my case was hopisVia,
They informed my wife that I had butter be told
, thai 1 could not live, as my time would lie very
. abort for arranging my worldly affairs. They alwi
said that no medicine would be 01 any use to me.
f The next day my friend, Mr. A. I. Lcitli.hcarine 0!
mvmndltinn. unt m. m turf ,1m f .......
Syrup, thinking it might relieve my cough, and
snake Biy expectoration easier. I began uslnr it
ever even hoping that It would cute m, but tliwll
insr oreat relief from In me. vvlnn tin, dr., i.,,i.
was gone I sent and got mro( so I continued it un
til I cad used seven or eight Unties. All this tune,
I waa in bed and was so weak that I hud to be
. lifted. This was not a difficult thing to do, hw.
, aver, as 1 only weighed shout 90 pounds. As I
PH.MV. iw,iHTni,g w.v 'Ji your UlRlllCltlQ
with no tf; aught of its curing me, but after ti-kmi'
the eighth bottle I would e.metinie (eel lutic
, buncry.a tiling I had nut before done for mimu
, months. I ouuttod to mention that alter taking
f iiir nr hollies of Oie Pulmonic Svriin. I .-dn
l brmin lakmc tVe Seaweed 'Ionic, and I alto lank
! some of the Mandrake Pills.
i It in neediest for mo to pive you art amount tit nil
' my (:elinff during my recovery. )f course it was
sloto, but it was also sure. 1 pr.idtuilly Rained
trrn(rth, t!ie character of what 1 rused from my
limps w,s changed, wot beinif so nffensive, and nl
last I tnn anic to net up ana wane onmit my room.
Fmm Ihii time my recovery tins rapid, f gained
flcth fast and soon went out doom, and now, I nn
entirely well, a wonder to all my acquaintances who
uawr me when I w ai to low.
1 woirIi ma pounds, appetite P""". and te.mj
truly say that I never felt better m my hie. 1 con
sider your medicines as wonderful in their effects.
They nave saved my life and I fed so thankful to
ymi that 1 am nnioiin that nil who are suflennif
with lnni troubles should knw how pond they ire.
Ofrourse, I can give a better nrcimnt of my rase
telline of it than in writing and if any who read ihii
are fntrrestcd, they are welcome 10 call on me at my
May 19th, 1SS1. HAR!.EY P. HOPKINS,
iio. a Howell St., 1'roviJence, R. .
Ma. Barley 1'. iu i'MNt, who writes the forti;oini
IcUcrto Dr. Schenck of Philadelphia, is an old resi
dent of Providence. I have known lilm well lr
the last fifteen years, and I can assure the public
thai all ha has written in regard to his sickness and
recovery is strictly true, lie was considered a con
sumptive in the last stapes of the disease by his
physician and friends.and believe that his recovery
is entirely due to the use of Dr. Sclicnck's Medicines.
May juth, ioi. H. 1. LlilTil, Orugeist,
No. 11S3 North Main St., Providence, R. I.
Consumption rati le Cured.
Nnw York, I
Dk. Ccur-NCK: Nov. 8th, loth. (
Dear Sir In looking ever one of your books, In
which 1 find so many U tters recommending your
Medicines, I have thought to myself how negligent !
I have been in not making my case public, that 1
others might take warning. In visiting my friends
in New Jersey a short time since, my attention was
dr.iwn to the many advertisements in large letters ,
mi different buildings and fences t Dr. Schcnck's
Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake
I 'ills. As I looked at these, tears of gratitude fell
fiom my eyes, and I thought what a blessing that ;
such a man as Dr. Schenck Elmuld be sent among 1
us. 7 years apo I contracted a heavy cold, which 1
settled nix my Lungs. 1 took many thinRS that
were recommended (or 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, but they gave hint
no enrourapement, only said I must die. 1 had
then been afflicted over 7 yciirs. 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 )" I had given
up nil hope of recovery, but he insisted upon it.
Consequently,. I was taken over to Dr. Sclisnck,
then in Ilond 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 at ever I did. I have en
Wed good health ever since, and if any of my fam
ily take cold it is our only Medicine. I am this day
by vears of a;;e, and can walk and attend to busi
ni as as well as many at 40. If there are any that
winii to know the particulars cf my case, they are
at liberty to call on me.
MRS. SARAH LAWSOM,
334 West 15th St., New York City,
Iloroditary Consumption Cured.
Dear Sir In the autumn of 187; I had a severe
cough, with terrible oain 111 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 five different cough syrups and tonics,
from which I received no benefit, but seemed to
f;row worse and kept losing flesh nnd strength. I
lad night sweats, nnd sweat most of the time dur
ing the day. 1 coughed and raised blood and a salt,
foamy phlegm; my throat was tilled with ulcers, 1
could hardly swallow; sometimes I could not speak
A loud word for weeks; my lunps grew more pain
ful every day with difficult brcathing.while pleurisy
pains would almost stop my breath. I h.if colic
pains, sour stomach, and vomiting up everything I
ate. My whole body was filled with pain. 1 could
not lie down, but had to recline in a sitting posture
to breathe. 1 gave up and did not think of ever
gcttol up again, as it was hard moving nrysclf: my
feet and anklrs began to swell badly, j.nd my inpj
had given out long before.
In this sinking condition, I thought 1 would fry
your remedy for Consumption; it might do me some
good ; it could do me nn harm, for 1 was certain I
cuiild not live a month longer the way 1 was.
At that time, May, 1878, 1 procured your Pulmonic
Syr ip. Seaweed Tonic nnd Pills, ami took them as
directed. In a week I was better and brg.111 to
throw off from the lungs a greenisli-vellow matter
streaked with blood, could eat a little without throw
ing it up. tJie pains in my sides were not so severe;
I coul I sleep an hour verv soundly, and that was
whit I had not done for three months.
I took your medicines steadily six months; my.
cough got belter. I did not sweat so bad nifhts,
kept gaining slowly, and in a year after I began
your medicines I could sav I felt well, 1 began to
gain rlesh.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 I
would say, from my own experience, to ail Con
sumptives, lake Dr. Schcnck's medicines, for tiicy
will certainly cure you. 1 had Consumption, it is
herediUiry in our family, my father and tnu brothers
having died of 11. I have had better health Hie
past VV inter than for ten years previous.
SARAH A. CARTER.
Carlisle, Mass., April 5, iE3o.
Dlsolmrgoil from tho Army In thn I.nut
Mages of ('oiistiiiijition. Cured by Dr.
Statement of Mr. Julius Boydon,
of rrovidonco, It. I.
I was discharged from the U. S. Army in June,
1&C4. as an incurable t onsumpttve. My discharge
reading thus. "Advance stage r( Consumption rA
the Lungs." I was advised ty the armv surgeon to
live out-doors as much as possible, lie informed
my friends that I was mi urable. hut thai wiih rare.
J 1 might be made comfortable furatime. My cough
was almost wunoui cessation. 1 mim rt matter Irom
my lungs in large inutilities, and I had all the other
well-known symptoms ot Ike disease. 1 took many
remedies without benefit. In September 1 went t.i
see Dr. Schenck, nnd soonnftrr began to use his
full course of medicines. 1 Soon lelt their beneti
cial effects, my cough growing less and less and my
strength coming back to me very fast. In the fol
lowing April 1 was entirely well nnd came to Provi
dence and went to work From that time to this I
have been entirely well, not spending one dollar for
doctors or medicines lor myself. 1 therefore know
that Dr. Schcnck's medicines arc good -and reliable
In Lung Disease. My cure was considered almost
a miracle by those who knew me when I was dis
charged from the army,
Of rWdcn & WheMen, Oroeers, No. m N. Main
St.. Providence. K. 1., July 4II1, ih'iu l'oruierly
of Suutu Waljule, Mumi.
Do not produce sickneis at the stomach, nanear.r
griping. On the contrary, they nre so mild nnd
agreeable m their actum that a person sullering
with a sick headache, sour stumach, or pain in the
boveli, Isswe.lily relieved of Uiesn diMressing
symptoms. J hey act directly on the liver, the or.
k a: ?xm,y cuml"i"n puriiic4 1110
'I hey are a perlect preparation of lite grent and
well-lii.ovn lemeuy, Mannrake or P dophyllln, a
remedy thai lias displaced Hie 111.,. of mercury, as
well as mam-oilier poisonous drugs, ill the practice
ol every intelligent pliysu urn. c
Prof. John King, f the Collegr, nf M-dlrine.of
rmeinna l, savs 1 "In OmMtpation it mts upon
the bowels Wiilioul ri,ht.os,ng them to subsequent
costiveness. In Climnli: Liver ( omtilamt there is
1 m.m. mt-,u in inciioie range nt meuirines, oeing
1 vastly more useful than mori urml .irenls, arnusimr
, .. . .... ... nr.uMiy hi iinn, increasing tnc now 01
I bile, and keetiing up then- anions longer than nny
other uu-n, .;,l,auii..l . . ,i ... '
Aiuoricaa Dispensatory, page 73c)
In all casea of Liver Complaint or Dys-xpsla,
where Ihrre Is greet weakness or debility, )r,
Ni li. lirU's Men weed Touln shciuld be used in
conncj.ticin with theie I'llli. , . -
Dr. Sclieiick's Medicines:,
Mandrake Pills, 1
. and Pulmonic Syrup
Aresrjldby all Druggists, and full directions for
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Take Dr. Sclienck's address now, and Bend for
the b.k mentioned iu the bcgiuiiiiig of Uiis adver
tisement. ' '
How It Wis Tune Pef-xe tho Days of I'rictioo
' Fuoplo who li;'.lit tlteir jMiioM.'cinrsor
lnmjw. or kiiblln lln-iNin M by th in-tuii-tuiuHMis
iosiitioii of frii'tiou hijiIcIks,
liiivo, unli'.-s t.'icy are 11 pcoplo, vory
lilllo coiii'i'jiiinii of (In! labor ainl (t'ilni
lalioli iittcinlant upoit llio cfinm prorrss
tifly vt'ar-i ni;o, ?:'ns tho I'rorirfcnrv SLr.
Vamj will 1-joo-iiliit ml fitniily, at llmt
ti mi', was 'iruvideil with a 'tin box of
timlvT, jiDilniH'il tiy lint foinlitistion of
ra;;s ami 11 Hint, ntnl li'c,l and niittotios
wliioli hail liocn ilippi'd into lirimstono.
AYIinti lii i' was wanted tlio Hint ami stool
ftntl timlcr wtiro l't'oiluciul, and tlio tin
diir lifiiio; initmi by siiatKs tirocinitatdd
fronj tlio hIoi'I by ln.-iniH of tltn Hint, n
match was t moliotl In tii Imriiinr ui:s.
and. Ijiiinyr li;r!itni, was applied to Honiti
juvpat'i'il kiinllino's, and a lire thin pm
tlnctiil, llti! wholn priH'tss occtipyin:'
fnmj livo to iifti'cn minute:, tterori'lin"
to tlio Kkill or lin-k of tho operator. Tlitis
was Hlti'iided w itli so much lalior, ami
productive, of tin1 use of so many naughty
words on the. part of tho person operat
inir, ilhat tires were ijeneTally kept all
niht. This was tloao thurti were few
. Btovos and lianl coal Inul nut conio into
very jrencral tim then by euveiinp; tho
little mul blazing back-In;; in the lirc
pliti'it with !i -In s. and in tlio niriruiurr
there was generally found in its placo tt
bod of live coal, which, by tliu ;tiilica
tion of fresh wood, and with tl;i! aid of
tho then universal bellows, mmnily pro
dticiid a blu.inrr tire i" froiu lifteen min
utes to half nit hour. Sometimes, luiw
rvrr. from some eausn, the bnck-locj
would ho wholly consumed, leavini'
tiothino; but ,i; bud of itshes. In this
rase, jiaflienlarlv if there was nn ab
sence of dry kimilin in the lioine, sonio
mcinlici' of tho family must take tho
fihovi 1, anil oftentimes, tiiroii'.rli Know,
knet! deep, truilo to tho nearest neigh
bor', "after Jiiv."
Add sometimes, indeed, tho nearest
neighbor's tiro wottld be out, too, in
vine!) c.'iso tho walk would havo to bo
extended till the iiro was procured. Tho
livo ; coals were homo home ltjion tho
fihovo.l, of I on carefully gtianled with tho
hand to prevent blowing otF, placed be
tween two brands, the bellow s st t vigor
ously at work, and tho lire thus set a
blazing. In lighting a. candle, a livo
coal was taken up with a pair of tongs
and blown upon with tho mouth until a
hla-,e was produced. I'ipes were lighted
by placing a live coal oi, top of the to
bacco, and cigars by holding tho burn
ing t:oiil to tho end and pulling with all
Tlio fu-.it improvement on this in New
England was tho tuilislitution of u bottle
of phosphorus into whieh, tlio cork be
ing removed, a hriuislono match was
thwt, find being thus ignited tho bottle,
was quickly closed iu order to retain the
" Btrengtli of tho licuid. This was such an
emancipation from the thnilldoni of tho
tinder-box nnd Hint and steel, arid tho
other inconveniences of tho old method,
that: peoplo rejoiced greatly, and be
lieved tho no plus ultra in this direction
had been rc'riciu'd, nnd every vell-rogu-IiUimI
family was provided with its bot
tle of phosphorus, while tho Hint and
Steel nnd tinder-box were laid asido to
bo titled only in ca.se of emergency. This
invention was known by tho natno of
Directly, however, thcro was another
invention, that left the phosphorus bot
tle its muoh in the shade, as tho other
had the Hint and i-tec-l. This was tho
application of n preparation of phos
phorus and brimsiono to tho tips of
mat-riles, which only required to bo
drawn between the foMod leaves of a,
piece of sandpaper to produce a light, so
that tho sinoki-r had only to carry his
matches in one vest packet and" his
folded paper iu the other to light his
pipe at any moment. These latter were
known as "Lucifer matches," as par
taking, it is presumed, of tho character
of the scriptural "son of the morning."
lint tho spirit of invention was nut sat-i-licd
to stop here, and the result was,
tho present worhl-uset! friction matches,
that servo all people, and tho making of
w hioh, at tho present time, consumes as
much wood as was then burned by tho
whole L'ni('d Stains.
Givo Your Hsart to It
The following is from an address to
young men, by the Kev. KobertCollyer,
as given in .' '((.' Monthly:
"KiMiiember this that, with health
and strength to back yon, life means
hard work; and hard' work on long
linctf, with native ability and good con
duct, means suooivs. 1 will venture to
say thali this as a rule, we enn trust
is always the story of the voting man
who begins life with no advantage of
position or patronage, and makes his
way1 to a good place. He "Ives his heart
v wnai no nas to do - not half the time,
hut all the time; not grudgingly, hut
gladly; nnd not merely for tlm sa'ko of u
nahiry, but because ho loves to bo at it,
and tnalies the work In good measure its
own: reward. It shall come to pass, if
you take bold like this, that men will
say you havo genius for what you tako
in hand; but. you will know that 0110 'of
the fine qualities in a genius for any
thing is an absorbing love for it, and tho
power of intense application by which
every other power is set to its llnest
t'dge, nnd i direpteil to iho one great
purjioso-tho man holds in his heart and
brain. Yuu may set this truth In what
over light you will -ofl.tiviiiess. - yyoric
on th' common luwN, or work, cm tho
lol'iirxt lieiglit-togiveyotir her.rt YoVls
one of the grandest werels of sneers, K
i)i;:.t seem to yon that, a great, n.uiv
men go from the hoimm to the t,,p ,f
Hit' ladder at one jump, It, is not true.
Aai nihil,- men 1 know, who havema.h)
a n.'M siieooMij of thvir live:. lwd
FIUOAY MOUNI.NU MAKCIt 24," 1882.
LTow an Oil Grunt mi Cheated Out of
J , Kis.iiii'E? tlio G irlrv
' Pofne f iho old Saints win) rrtn't hiig
Iho young girls of ioa in balls, and have
Abolished roumt dances in eonsciuence,
have now invented a now kind of podro
which gives, .them more of at, thanco,
They el art card parlies lit the) oviniiiit
poeials mid whenever anybody catches
anybody olses podro, lho parly winning
has a right to kiss the oilier live times.
The game is played with an rqual divi
sion of tho sexes', and it is rare fun for
tho old elders of Israel. Tho other eve
ning old liishop fixed up ft pack of
cards with nine podros and started a
game right in among some of the pret
tiest girls of tho ward. It happened,
however, that the girls anticipated his
little game and' had ji paek already
. without, any pedros in. They rung in
tho cold deck on tho old squo.-ix and
(darted (he game. The old fellow made
8.0110 big bids, expecting to capture
some pedros, jiuil got set back ou the
, board every time, AH the time l!:o girls
kept exclaiming: 'Oh, ain't this a, nico
game; so e.xc.itiilg." After pi tying an
hour tho .old follow' didn't see tin; color
of a single pedro and tho glances and
giggle of tho girls caused him t sus
pect that tho daughters of Zion were
rather getting the best of him. lie Ihi
ttlly got so far oft' the board that he was,
comparatively speaking, out of eight,
and finally gave up the place to a .young
man who was seated near by watching
tho game. In a twinkling the girls
transposed the jacks again and for the
next two .hours the sounds of smacks
that young mart won could bo heard all
over the room. The old bishop, who
hcij'nn to drop on himself, was the mad
(It'MTinan iu all the land and is now pul
ling up a job to lied out tho girl who
ch:tn:;e;l those jacks, nnd cut her oil
from the church. Salt Luke Trihum.
Camera turl Oilier Tumor
ire floated with unuiU.il ii.eressbv V.'ot ld
Dispensary Medical Apodal it n, llnffal
N. Y. rk'iid stamp for pampliVt.
Er.pid Transit Ifatrhnonj.
"llotv did you mana-oo to win her r.f
feclions so quickly, Dan?" asked one
Kettler of another. ' "The recipe's worth
"Oh,, that's simple onouo-h,' replied
Dan. 'The firt night I arrived at tho
loil;ing-hou :o at Auckland, found my
self sitting next to ny.eing m. 111:01 k
BiipjH-r, who 1 sum found was one of the
newly arrived emigrant''. I looked her
over, and saw a round, s'rong, cheery
looking lass, with a laughing face, and
thought she'd do. 1 didn't know how
to go foolin' rround her to tind a soft
plai:e, but just spoke a word or twowith
her, and when we come out into the pas
Pago, I rives her a sqimio an -i ,js-.
Says she: 'How dare you?" .Vivs I: 'I
wants to rnarry V'mi. my ile.tr.' ' Marry
me!' says she, 'laughing. 'Why, I don't
know you,' N 'H 're do I'yoii, mv
dear,' says I; 'so titat inakes il ail fair
nnd equal.' ,ho didn't know bow to
out a stopper on that, so she only
laughed and said she couldn't think of
it. 'Not think of iti" Fays I, artful like;
'not when vou'vo conic nil these thous
ands of mile for the purpoie?' 'What
do you mean?' eaysshe, starting. 'Come
now,' says I, 'don't tojj me. 'l ktws
what's what. When a man immigra-
tioilise--. it's to sret WOrlc: when n umn.
nn imniigra!ioni,'s, it's to got marrjed.
You may say so at once.' Well, sho
wrigglefj a. bit; hut we were spliced two
An Old Ingram.
A Fntirioal poet, who livnd nearly two
centuries back, ami had an evident" spite
against womankind, wrote an epigram
on the Hy-leaf of an almanac, llislinoi
Wruii'-n nm boVis twl m'n t!if r"a l-ri bej
In whom tift-lliiics they vrent. erriin j
Ifero s. m 1 iines we a liiot, tiori. we ppy
A cnf iiiHpint c , Ht Iimh a liii" 11 wry,
If tli'-v woio liooit-', I wi-t'i til it mv l.f)wcre
An liluj.-tiri.' 1 Chilian her cvety' year."
A Sin ill -Pox rpcvcBlive.
A correspondent N'-uds us the following:
"There is n, better or finer protct tion from
small p"X than Darby's I'ropliylnetic Fluid
(as iiiifriilin.sr hs Fate), a wondurful hauling
retni'ily ami hum powciful rlisinf. rtfir.t
that will (fT'etu iPy triitlioaie the germ of
(lisi a-e, prevent its sircading and effect a
cure, nnd is perfectly safe to use. It is en
dorsed nnd ree.omintndi.'d by eminent phys
icians an I chemists.
' M.VDK KIIOM IlAItMLKSfl MA'l'Eltf Af K, nnd
adspied to the needs of fading and fulling
hair, Parker's Hair Bilsain bus taken the
lirst rank ns an elegant and reliable hnir
The Law of Kintliies
is universal; it a!l.ta all the human family,
all animals, and inny be even found in
pstent medicines. Some are drustic, nnd
the patient is obliged to miller pninswor.su
than the disc sat'; bui. in cases of obstinate,
coustipiition, dyspeptihi, there is no remedy
so kind, ho gentle in its AVe's, and yet so
fmtisfMf tory, as BurJocIt Blood llitteia.
Ponder on theso Truths.
Kidney. V erf is nature's remedy for kid
ney and liver diseases, piles und constipa
tion. , ; '
Sediment or inueous jn the urlnrt is a
sure indiciition t)f tlist'ii-c. Tsko Knmey-Wort.-'
Torpid liver and kidneys poison tho blood
Kidney-Wort revives them and clonuses the
system, ' V , , r , . ,
Ileiidaehe, biloits ftttncki,' dirzlness nnd
loss of appetite are- cured by Kidney-Wort.
Will you Rri'i'Rii with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint! Shiloh'g" Vitnlizcr'n
gusrantood to euro you. Paul 0. Schub,
niw TO AT.T-.
XQ llr.Ulatut of Wl imw, row
iiifllit beat rl-M'i of Plants,
Hum, ntmmi rlsnU, Kent,
lll ba uullnl ruK "P"" w
nnlpl ( .le. itamp, (or pwt
an. ISf eff
wmoiml l nf nr ,l","tf
W mull Hi wl'iS ftw '"''
Mil fertnit liiln mif tists
luinM.WkolHSliiHiil fault. .
KANB JimWM, teniaetlie, y.
GREAT fiKi:r DKSTKO EK.
i'le'r inirlflrl nntl heiil
nl. tiunureiiH pre
vent, d suit enrud.
W (itli.)', heiili ti riiiddly.
Scurvy curtd In chort
T.- t.-r dried tip.
It Ik pell, e ly iiornili'M.
I'j.r 'iirH thrust II Is n
I it H' rn-.
IU ITll A
( lion in hi m;i,.o .1.
Hlnp li ver pruvc-iili'd liy
Ill c;in' of desth In lb"
olll', It nllDtllll si
... n'. Iih Used ab. eil
the cv.ipi"' it will
i.reveie lie v tuiplt--nut
tied I ' A'i nntl
ilnte for sul 1 nl or vou-
i'tli odIhi'Iiii. KtUlKH,
Uimi'irotis Cll'ivlrif nf
lit I, ro m iind In. spit
ri'Mou'd by its u""
Yul'UW tcver arsdliuti'd.
, ,KM ALL VOX.
En a Di cat v. X)
t oniitiiioi, ,lclrn :.
tslek roi.nii purlileil snd
III otio lllrftusnl
l-'civiTed nml ri per
soim relieved unit re
fli Klieil liv but III ii'
Midi I'mi'liy'ii' He
I liibl a:l(lt d to I he
Soli ubilii ronnili'vlon
I'l'iii'i-il hy Ititnnuln
Itiii'iri nlr timiln hnrni
li'cs nnd .tri!lil In
Villi. I nhoet.
Tn purify tho li-endi,
1I1 10 m tile terll, It
1'iiii't lie 1 1 1-p n - i.
f.'stiirrh ri'llcvcil nnd
Rrymi elii rarml .
Ilnrii" r -limed limlrtitly,
rtiviru t're'i.i,ii ,
Keiimves nil iinptoioeint
Iu fnrt it Is the (.'rent
V Disinfectant and ruiifier.
l ari'.Mti n nr
MiihtifuauriBti lluai SOLE I ltortUKTrtl!:!.
N K V II A I (1 1 A
It tin lii'i i! ititei'slili'il Ihnt the moft Inveterate
iics ol Wi'ii rnli'.in mi' ciri d 1 y !'). ' ."r'Tiip ol
thp.'pl ii'l li'tu-. , Veto, iv in tin- prini:iilit ills-en.-
i th-i'i -,ti d. 'ml the pill lit ! ni'l" viu'iiKitiii
11 (ill e t n.ue : tlieHoTiei (.. i l.i-l.i,nd Iheiklti lecclo.
hi'sllhy, nt:d ho 0 l.-i:r. u i;;w itifi.' ol 'vi Jjsblc
'I he iitey r i r,, r- . ry t n-i.t tu rnt of m 'iriikds Is l-v
H'l'i-t-'tl.i'iiii.); Hi,. ni-ivo'M eti-tii. A pi-t-iii wllli
vt.'. 1 in-rvt t in v- r Hi !l' r fiom ill- illci.e.
The vi-ni. ol IVlloire' t'-tnipniitid niji nf I!y
p'iiliiM,hitrsrr ui.h tlml oilier rviiicdh-s lire f cl
iloei T' '(..Iri 'l
1 hi- n lu.tiiil tor I!v-o,iii-i hlli c fin ! ot'e- f'he
ph'e'i pr-" 11 r i-. t 11 m tbu ir.-i l.i iisv , is lnri.'"'.v
owlii.' In tliu u .or 1 1! -r siid n'lr ..-s olo f it tr t!i"
1 l.i rutin el ion ef I his utt.tie In ihc t'litnt -lnn.-s
I in p 0 r t t n t .
Hliu'i'd V i i.v.il d leive nr.- dol'i'tl'.,. in I'M
cum u (lie ('iiiiii oh, u Syrup i.i U v.criri'.v. a t M;n
ni t hi, 1 fit oil' W'.iU Klin oilier remnily. re- ute thU
an ("e lee- le I 'I- i't: la tin- tilni I -r nit ch
it l r" mil m i.deil.
N T K . lie i-ii-j-t ! .-n nf ir ti" h' recoin-rro-i'il
nny nh.'r n-l'i le 11- -ji-t n uoml.'' 'It.,
htle'-t cl:i me.lirnl nu n in evu'jr le.Ke r'lv,
ulicre It I? (ti.ii'An. ri i iii.'iiiii'iiil it.
For !-sle hv Hrtl I1r'i;!-l-l
i'ain ("aniiot tnv Wlioio
Mt Is U.d.
l!htiemstlm ! enr-d hy "
TiioMAs' Fcr.i'':riti(.' on..
A Iti'iie hni'k 1 f elirh: year tstiilln'; ..n prH'he
ly ciiri.d by .'m Cc-nis voir b of "
Cmnn on orc thrrist Ik r tired !th one deto nf
TIIOMA.V J.('I,K'JTiaJ OIL.
CotlKtiK lint enlds siertired bv
THuMA.-' Eri.K' TIUC OIL.
All Ih'rmt mid lltnu tl'seaecn nro ciirefl l.y
tikamas' Kf M'.ci r.ic cm..
Aftlinin In cured by
rinrrs nnd froct !.lte sre reliereil st nnee hy
THUYAS' Km.CTIiH; OIL.
TI .10 FAS'
Always reives s-itihfaetion.
Sold by Jled'eino Dealers everywhere.
Trice .lite, and $ I
FOSTER, MILRUKN & CO., I'r-op'rx.
LufTitlo. N. Y.
Tiw A Ladv
".rr-. 'uuilini tins s ItilW) woien
X 3 ..W-IB ' . . " ... . .
power lii eiiiieu may
svoid nil tliu Inbor nnd
injury of itriT.tii: lief
Hiiwlne iHschliie.. Ovist
,1,000 ( f tlieim Piwkun
W liter MntiifH, nolNelims
and orinnneiiiHl, wlntit
i'd to nil BewInK tl.
ehliiin, nre now irlvlti
per fee l snllnfni'tloti,
Two kIiiihi ere msdo for
Hoiweheld Hnwiinr Us
el lues. Price, 9)15 end
t'iJ.lO. AIko Inrirnr
tires for fielory niieds
nnd for nil kinds of nm-
Kond fnr Clreulur to
BACK ITS WATlll MOTOlt Ca, Ni'vrrjrk, N. J
This U tho
Most Economical Power Known
FOIl MIIViSU LKillT MACHIMCKYI
I litlo's hut Utile ront'i
II lutvcl ueH nut of fi'pnlr,
Jt cuiui'il hln up.
It leipilrve tin fui'l,
It net' Ik or t'buiniier.
Tlieru l no (Ittliiy i no fl'll'tf npi no nhue in cleim
.iiws.vt iiii exirs liinirniii:e in isv: nu repair
liiH iieciiKuni vt In' mill hul" tn pny,
1 wk. - rr- "m ti n in n
W CURES FITS.
1 MARIT.W X EH VISE
Cured mif llnlu elrl f nti. 6 lie wm sUn desf snd
dumb, but It i iiieil ber hlie eno now tnlk and h-sr ss
sollsiuiiyUidy. i'xiis Kohs, Spr!nwiiir, Wis.
tttu been the uirsniiif cut ltiR my wife of rhe'imsOm.
J. It. Klsiciikh, Fori Cnlllus, Col.
ft n iIHTA.V EUVIE
Made s sum cure of s rime of Utt fur my son.
K 11. Itvi.i.s. flinttsillle, Kan.
N.iMAniTA xr.it VI nr.
Cured moot vertigo. i. tiniubi u.l nii lt hesdseb.
iliu. Wi, ltussor. Aurois, III.
TVsi the maiio( eutine my wifu of ipssms.
Kev. J. A. Kb is. Il.si'cr, Ps,
flAMaiTAX XK It VI. IK
Tiired me of milium, afte' si.endiiie ovi-r i1 i)S wltti
o Ii.t duciom. h. il. I'.eiisoji, Kcw Albany, Ind.
BAM A III TAX XKUVIXG
EMcctunlly cured me of n i.-rin
Mis Jsmvis Wmnvr.
. T 10 Welt VanBureiiSt. Clili.sn, IIL
ftm-il our rhlld uf ?. nfti-r eleen up to die hy our
fsiully ,hy,irlti. It hsrliic nver :mlu 21 hours.
lissnv Kske. Vi rvllls, Wsinin Co., Teas.
A "HA HIT AX XCItVIVR
Cnard Die of sennits sfo r miftiirtne for e'sht ysrs.
Aliiksi Smesos, I'corla. 111.
Cured my tun ul fits, sftrr stH'tidles; riij wlltt other
dui'lora. J. W. Tun UN to. Cul'frn, illn.
Onr-d mr p-r-iHnety of epl,-itlr lis nf s stul born
clismcur. Kr.r. W. Masiin. .M':ciiseles'.owu.M4.
SAM HIT AX XKUV1XE
Cured my son nl nt, 'ift-rhvirirriidl..Vt)lne!rhteea
munthi. Mm K. Funr... W,-st I'otsdatn. it. X.
Cured mc of plh ".yof nine yesrs' itsndlng.
MniOu.irSA Mmum u
Or.intiy. 'swtotiCe., Mo.
n rnniuii.-r.!l) cured me ut epl..pf of msny vsr
duta ion. JLM Si'fsii. sujnu'ph. fi0.
Cured UK of bruu liltu, sufen i snd r n-rst d h'lpjr.
OLivm M Triu, Jroiiiun, Ohio.
in eneed mo ,,1 ut hrria : t erotti.s of msnr T"sr
sundain. Uie ,lsr ilu lorl.ii;:ou, (Lf.
t MtMARITAX XrUVIVF!
turrlmeof in. Hire en well ( .r over f nr TsrS.
Ciiarlm K. Ci'vni. Osnliii. i).iue:aMCo..Ml:iii.
Cured S frb nd of in.-n- ini lii di'ui-.ms vrt bvPr.
VlCllll!LOCoMN.iS. ItlJllWiy, I's.
U.V. p-rtr..irn uler eup-l m or i-rdi. pr,- n'
Ilvii) TurMuur. (a i Moines, lows.
cured my wife of vjn i,r .if r, ,enr, .'niiir.
llsxsi Class Is.tibid, Mlrh.
Cured my mtcul s ue-v.ir if.e.,... ,.f tn.. h -sd
F.. Osanah. Mjrih Hop,', rs.
. ' RAMA RITA X XEItVIVR
i iireo mv koUciI 0;. lie hss noi hid s it lur !vi,i
.Innv II. r,. "
Wooill.ura Jlscuiin.'n Co., la.
It FOR kJAI E
HY AT-,!-, IMtUQGISTS
Ornnvhe h'i'l dfreet fnm ns. F.r fnr-fi-r Informs
Con in,.'..,e Msinnf.ir mir Ii!nstn 'd J jurusl iirior
cvid.'Occ-i of cures. Ad Irer
Vtt. M. A. KK'fl MOXD CO.,
Wurlj's Kplieptie Institute,
ST. JOSEPH, MO
ThoScst Knowrt Remedy for
Dnckacho or Lome Bock.
Rhoumatlsm or Lamo Joints.
Crnmps or Sprains.
Nouralcla or Kldnoy DIseasoR.
LumbarjA, SevoroAohos or Pains
Arc So jinrlnr In nil other Plasters.
Are Superior o rails.
AreSnperlor to l.lnlmrnts. 1
Aro Superior In Olntmrntu or Rnlvim,
Are superior to Eleetrlelty r gal veals as
They Aet Imiiisdlately.
They Believe Pnln at Dnre.
Tbey Positively Cure.
Mensem Onprlno TVirnni Pin
ters hnvelieen Imitated. Da
not sllow vn
mr dnifrirlst to
p.nw nrr nomn other rl icier hiivlne
euiindlnct ntime. Hne thnt the wurd is epullod
u-A-r-v-i-rs r. crtrn s ets.
SEADURY A JOHNSON,
Mt MiiniilHi Hirliiu Cli;miBls,riiiw iork.
Tpil'WK KKniKllV AT ''iTah'T. PfiwMltV
A MUD'S Mudlutcd CORN ind BUPtlON PLASTER.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
Tho Onrnt Eite
HkIi rctneilv, An
nnlHllliiij eiin fur
"'Ml I II 111 WI'llklll'HS
potiin:v i. id nil
discs-c Unit I'olow
AS A Kl'llllmico
nl Niilf.iiliniii.i mm
e m 1 '" ini'mnrr, ''.fWiTWi
. ... I '" " '"" "'" n. tr
Ul miieesnf vHtiti, pretnntnriMilil nco, d miitiv
oilier ills' nes inul lend to lneiiultv, cwinumutlou
nr n pretnuturn yruve, v
ry-Ktili pnitic'iliiis In our pnmphlot, whleh we
rleKliin iiiKend I'rnt'hv mull to cvvrviMiii. -'T1ib
tlpwitlcMedlcliiu Is mild hvull druiclKts nt St tier
pnwinifc. nr U t'i kii(!.-i for or will bnient free
hv nmtluu ruompi of :ieioimv, hv iiililre.slnu
Dill UltAY MriDlClMK t'0M
Bold Iu Citlro bv P.til . fc,cliuu?1',,m0' 21 ' X '
. t '
niei 11 ik siwii.li 1 T-n i' j mr uni-,
;li itiM vvv ;lioiit.
tfj lo$:j,.ii. tSliitu puperyuu t.tn ibit ,el.
'.A'.,. V ' V - ,
t. . I 1 ! 1 H .. , . : '
i: ". 1 i'r ' .' ! V ' '
--likcafl iluwiwi 1H ; ,(S.rnin,n'l,',..,.,.,.',,... .