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It Seems Almost Impossible
that any one cuu doubt tuo
FOR THE CURE OF
after reading tlm evidence we publish in
this paper. The jwoplo who give tlu'se
certiflcatos aro wril and fuvoriibly
known In tliocoiiimiiuitips in which
they reside, and many of tliom
have kindly offered to nnswor
any communication from
those who are offli;ttd
with diwBse of the
throat or lung!1!.
For other Certijicatet of tyrti tend for
Dr. Schtnek"! Dock on Cmiw.mption, Liver
Cvmplniil and Dj:rju i. It fjir.it a full
'-crt)fu.( ufthe.cilir" in thrir wiout
ftji'int, alio, xnluHbla information ii regard
t.yt'did and ehthinj of (Its. tick; how
n:t vhen fTfrrna nhyiiild If Mni, t'c
T'litbook U V" rttt!t of mumj yoirt "f
irpriUnn i i tl,9 trrntinht uf L'ing DU
and tfum'dU rtt'l, p-t tmhjhy the,
ofii'ttd, but f-jf th xrho, 1 'rum In rolit'iry
t 'iiit, Of fl'h'r tan, t'lpp'iv thnhflrm
' t" ') ?.y afrttim uf tlu Vriuit or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
Address, Dr. J. II. Schonck & Son,
P. O. Box. 2833,
Go and soe the peoplo who writo
the following lottor3. if possible.
A OentUniad well-known In Zaneavlll-,
lintden and Coliocton, wmei from
V. J. ft. Sikttui.
Dear Sir. la the Winter of i3;s I was to'.d by
llirce prominent doctors that my wife had Con
sumption, and that she could not live until prtng
.vvo after tlm a friend, who live in Dayton
Ohio, recommended your medicines (o her, but
laving been told that tue wu incurable, we bad
no fai'h in them Hrr fri'-vl tiu.ily brought hit
it bottle uf your Pulmonic Syrup, and innsu-d
on her giving it lar inl. Si.e oiu no, ana nar.k
ood, by its use her luc was saved, she is cow en
I am well known here, ns well at In 7.ancm".,
Dresden, and Cohocton, and would reier . u t'.
the drtiggitts and others in these low ns ,.o w i.l
remember my wife's case as a very b-d oi e. I
have recommended your medicinea to a gre.it
many, and have never known them to fail in n:k
ing cure where they have been given a f.ur trial.
I am inducej to tend you this by the thought that
It will be ol such great use to sniteiing liutiianity
A. W. WHITE.
Proprietor White House, Pekin. 11!.
Nov. at, 187?.
Another Ce nf C'linauuiptloii Cured at
La I'orte, Ind.
Pr. S. htlu.lt.
About twelve years arn I was dangerous!)' ill
with Lung Fever. 1 had gut 'roub'e in bii-alh-tog
; every breath I drew caused me pain. 1 had
three doctor treating me, but I grew worse ail
xi-.r time. 1 was at the tune connected w ith the
Lake Shore R. R. Co- One of my fellow-clerks
induced me tu get tome of jcur medicine?,. Sa ing
that he had used them hiuiwlt with en'ire sue
t-s. I strut for Nome (if our I'lilinonlc Hyrup,
hvne(l Tonic and Mvndrtika rills. 1 used
Uiem according to ttie directions, and 1:1 a s ioit
time noticed a marked improvemeot 111 myhcilth,
bich kept up as 1 continued using your uiedi
r!ne. Alier lakmg several bottles each of the
I'tilmoulc Syrup and Neawetirt Touir got
entirely over my sickness. Snire that tune 1 have
recommended your medicines to many other peo
ple living in La Forte, wuo used them with great
T. W. XEUELTHAl',
Ex-Trustee of La Forte Co.
Lt PcmTi, Ind., Jan. 31, 1V.1.
CoiiKimiptlnn Cored. fteAd tlilt Letter
from Mr. It tick, of La Tot'te, Ind.
.-. Srht .
In the year S; I was tuffering with Consump
tion, ami had gotten so Intv that I liar, no hope of
ever gciting well again. I waited for death to
put an end to my sufferings. There was one of
my friends who wat persistently trvms to have
me use your PCLMOMC SVRCP and SEA
WEED TONIC, but I utterly refused (0 get any
more medicine. I was disgusted with medicine.
I had tried so tnany diflcrrnt medicines without
being helped by any. Finding that I w as n Jt t-j
be persuaded, he bought some of your PULMON
IC SYRUP and SEAWEED TONIC lmu.,elf,
and brought lliera to me. I at first -refused to
touch them. I did not want tu be cxperiinenieii
on, hut finally consented to u:e them " iteiy to
witisfv him, not that I exfected ihcvwo,d do ire
anv tt'iod. I conimriicfil taking the Pl'LMOMi
l.VRt'P and SEAWEED TO.-'IC. and to my
great surprise feit almunt tmmediare rebel, and
v.:s encouraged to continue using them My
"milltinn Improved under their uc. iinul in time
I grew peifecily well, no trace iai the divcite rr.
m.'.ining. My Lungs had Inale-I up -inl tr
ffmni?cr than ever. I was permanently currd.us
1 have hJd no trouble with my Lungs smr ili.it
I owe my life enlirrlv to 7m1r medlcinet. Ncth
Inr; else saved tue. I will liear eheerf'il ifMirantiy
(' the 1 reat virtues posseted bv your nicdicines.
1 know of several other cases heie where your
U) 'liicnu shave brenusrd with enure success. lam
l! known here, beinsf one nf the origimil tier
uan ictilrrs in La Port Co., and havii'g been 111
ti, l.vcry bueincM f rn.vnv year.
' inn:,- ittic::.
1 . V'. I ran, and w ill, if ncceisary. s-m r b'.
firrtu Juyire of the lv.e, tor U 1i1.it I fca
(., 1 iu li.c at'oi t st iiea'cDi.
. . JOHN 1 1 TICK.
I 1 T'T', Ind., T.in. 11. if?
Tis it l.utrtiy; That we have sold llie m-nli.
vines mentioned iii these cti tinv.ui s to Mr. irl
than and others, and their Ha.fttii nl aic au.u. 11
mc -i.a reliuhle,
I'KKD'K WEST & CO., DrugciVi.
, I" in 111 Naup.itiif k, Conn.
i'v.,1' i'-ir.r I herewith urnd ypu an aetvurtof
'. c tiiic viur incdirlutt have in.i.lc it) nivai?,
liith I iitn v.lllinjr you abould publish. ?ly lint
.ck.irst was tautrd by a h try cold w hi.:!i I c n
tr.scitd some tweivr yer ajo. ftri wurrls my
lii j ImieiiH M'iv iiiuvili disordered. u mnth so
.11 I v.. i.i. 'iv lo do . itv wmk 1 r ov.-r ur
mull!;,', MV -ll'i Wlf S-l oV'.llleri .Mill S, r, . ihl:
I tOtlM Mill? ll'V l-l mV !.. 1 1 U.Ik ... ,, .. .1,
I tm, mI .inltf S'.itk li'Wn fi mi Dim ,..,. I
lio I WW i i- I rn-.-v :,;-li,t.J ril , due
it' till' d:iV. It Si i'ii.L'il : mo-1 inn .i-snble i-.r 111
to hct ij win 111, tv;i m I,.... r.,t,- .vr.oli.r a.
.Iiflerriii timet 1 e,ui)iiid ihri't nrl,.,ir ,n, r.m
ivsitians, but they (,ii.e nie norvVf.
Mv Hlifllliiill w.ii. .0 I ...r . nll... 1.. ...l..AM
tiuiiicm und u,i: imiticaii ot cures you pub
lished. These testiinoniaU scrmcd la candid
that I concluded to give t lie medicines a trial. I
bought the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and
Mandrake Fills, and btan tu use them according
to directions. 1 felt much better alter using them
iiirec or lour nays, and uner cnniinuit'? their use
(our weeks I was entirely cured.
U'll.MAM t ri IliV
Feb. 4, iS8i.
l'rotu Cauaaeraea, Allegheny Co., N, V.
Dr. II. J. Schim i.
Dear Sir. I was taken with a heavy cold winch
resulted in Congestion of the Lungs. I suffered
terribly with night sweats, bad cough, pains in my
back and shoulders, and was reduced to a mere
skeleton, my weight being less than 100 pounds.
mycougti Kept me aw.iKc at niplit, and m the
morning coughing would la.t Ir mi 10 to 15
minute!., sometimes I'n r, 1 raided considerable
mucus streaked wmi 1, and was so weak that
I was unable to dr .m-clf. Iiiv iiitr all the
symptoms of that dreadful disease, Consumption,
1 it-11 ponuivc u nao tiauucu rue atuueia lis sit
titns. I r.ad two physicians a'.ieuJu.g me, and
uicy pronountea my case a tao one
Vhile I was 111 this condition I saw your adver
tisement in one of the New York ncLr. I &
cured a supply ol your I'ulnionic Syrup, Seawei-d
ionic ana iNianarake r'll.s.and commein ed takm;'
them at directed. My cough became btner, and.
in act, all the bad symptoms soon began lo leave
me, iny weight went up to ijopounds, and in a
short lime I found myself rettortd to perfect
Mr. J. D. GOODW.N.
l'ov, 6, i3i-
Conautnption can be Cured I
New York, November 8, t3i.
Dear Sir. In looking over one of your book,
in which I find to many letters recom-uendtng
your medicinei, I have thought to iny .if bow
negligent I have been in not making my cas pub
lic that others nngl'l lake warning, luvi-i'irg
my friends in New Jersey a short tunc since, n.y
attention was dra-s n to the Bin;' advert: .lt.h
in large letters on d-fferent iieiidu i: ?nd !"i"s:
"Dr. Schenck't PULMONIC SYRt'H. SEA
WEED TONIC and MANDRAKE PILLS." A
I looned at these, tenn ot g;a:ini Jc Ir .1 tri-m in
eyes, and I thought what a tile .sing tr. it '.'jiha
nun s Dr.Schenck should be suit aiming u
twenty-seven years ago I ct-ioi-u 'J a in-ov
coid winch settled on my Luntrs I 'vk many
things that ss re recommended tor .!!! .b'lt i'h.i.
ing seemed to relieve n.e. 1 mace k-"!oh of
rups with maaydilferent kinds ct hern. f.i.l 1 (,-.
no better. Mv husband would consult d':r,n,
but they gave him no encourag. reent. only s.ild I
must die. I had then nttn at'.lici.a oitr i-m
years. One of ir.y sons carce ir. r.re jy iiid sai 1
to me: " Mothe'. I have htat.l fd a Doctw
Schenck that is makirg grtal cuies in Contump-
tin; win you see him 1 had given uo ail
hope of recovery, but he insisted upon it. Con-
se'jui:n'..y. 1 was lairrn over 10 ur. :-criencs;. inen
in bond S'.reet. He examined mv Lungs. nvA
gave me encouragement. I took the PL'LMOMC
SYKfF. SEAWEED TONIC and MANDRAKE
PILLS about tw-j nr n'hs. and felt as well as
ever I did. I have enjoyed good health ever
since, ana it any ot my laitniy lane 01a, it it our
only inrdirine. I am ihis d-iy sixty-seven yeari
ol age and can walk and attend to bjsiness as
wtll as many at lorty. 11 there are any tr.at wish
to knov the particulars of mycase.thfyare at lib
erty to Cail on me.
Mrs. SARAH LAWSON.
3x4 West Fifteenth St., New York City
Hereditary Consumption Cured.
Dear Sir. In the autumn of ttjj I had a severe
ccjgli, wv.h terrible pain in my sides and between
ray shoulders. 1 had very little appetite, and
what little I could eat only distressed me. I con
suite I physicians who said my condition was a
very bd one and rave me five different cough
svrui;sand tonics, from whicn I received no bene-
fit, but seemed to grow worse, and kept losing
flesh and streng-h. I had night sweats, and sweat
most of the time dunna the dav. I coughed and
raised b'nod and a salt, (oamy phlegm ; my throat
was fi led wuh ulcers, 1 could hardly swallow
sometimes I couid not speak a loud word for
weeks : my lungs grew more painful every day
with difficult breathing, whi.e pleurisy pains
would almost stop my bream, t nad colic pains,
itiur stomach, and vomitintr uo evervthinc I ate.
My w hole bodv was tilled with pain, I could not
lie down, aud had to recline in a sitting posture to
breathe. I gave up and did not think of ever get
tinir uo acain. as it was hard ronving mvself : my
feet a. d ankles began to swell badly, and my hips
had given out lor.g before.
In tins sinking condition. I thought I would try
your remedy tor tOnsumption ; 11 imgnt 00 rue
some good ; it could do me no harm, for I wis cer
tain 1 could tut live a month lunger the way I
At that time. M.v j S-3. I procured your P'll
monlo Syrup, Seafi?l Tonic and I'llla,
and look them as directed. In a week I was bet
ter and be-an to throw or! from the iuncs a green
ish-yeiio .v nutter streaiced with blood. I could
eat a little without throwing 11 up. the pains in my
aides were not to severe; I could steep an hour
very toundiy. and that was wnat 1 nod not none
for three months.
I took your medicine steadily six months, my
cough got better. I did not sweat so bad at nights,
kept gaining slowly, and in a year alter 1 began
your medicines I could say 1 lelt well. I began ta
gam tlesh, and last September weighed one hun
dred and thirty-rive pounds tifteen pounds more
Uinii 1 ever weighed tietore in my life.
Your medicines. I know, saved mv lite : and
would say, frum my own experience, to a l Con
sumptives, take Dr. Schenck's medicines, for they
win certainly cure you. 1 had Consumption, it is
hereditary in our fainily.my lather and tw o broth
ers having died of it.' 1 have had belter health
me past vt inter man tor ten years previous.
Mrs. SARAH A. CAKTER
Carlisle, Man., April 5, i8&.
from Camtleu, N. J.
Dr. . . Siienck.
Dear Sir. I wish to contribute my tettimonjr to
the wonderful effect of your remedies.
I wat very low with disease in the lungs In the
year 1675. and by the use of the Mandrake Pills,
Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syruo Iwaa entire
ly cured. I was so weak when 1 commenced
their use that I could hardly stand I had all the
symptoms, cough, night tweats, pain in my tide
ana orcasi. 1 am wen satisnea inai 11 1 nuu not
used your remedies that I would not have been
alive to-day. My health lias been good since my
recovery, which proves that your medicines are
not merely calculated to give temoorary relief. I
earnestly advise all wno are afflicted with Lung
disease to use your great remedies.
sai York St. Camden, N. J.
Dec, 1, 1681.
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 suffer
ing with a sick headache, sour stomach, or pain
in the bowels, is soeedily relieved of these dis
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, the organ wiucn, wnen in a neaitny condir
lion, purities the blood for the whole body.
Thevare a perfect preparation of th.n great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake orPodoohvllin, a
remedy that has displaced the use of mercury, as
well as many other poisonous drugs, in the prac
tice of every intelligent physician.
Prof. John King, of tr.e College of Medicine, of
Cincinnati, tavsi In Constipation It acts uoon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costiveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
not its euual in the whole range of medicines, be
ing vastly more useful than mercurial agents,
arousing 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 cases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
where there is great weakness or debility. Dr.
Suhenok'a Seaweed Toulo should be used in
connection w ith these Pills.
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
g& PULMONIC SYRUP
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20. 1883.
Are told by all Druggists, and full directions tor
their use are printed on the wrappers of every
Take Dr. Schenck't address now, and tend for
the book mentioned in the beginning of this ad
vertisement, Dr. Schenck will see patient at the
Grand Central Hotel, Uioudw ay, N.Y., ou
the llrst Wednesday and Thursday of each
month, and at the American House, Han
over Street, Iloslon, ou the second Wed
nesday and Thursday of each month, u
ccpt AuS'ist. Consultation free.
Joaquin Millflr on Mrs. Langtry.
In h wrim nf k(!tclii's from Now York
to tin 15ii.ii Ublif, Jonquin Millor
pr-iiks to and about Mrs. Latitryin tno
following guimroiM manner:
If all Ood' world n t'nrd"n were,
And woini-n wore but flowers;
If men were bees that busied tnre,
Through all the (oiinmor hours
Oh I I would hum God'n garden through
For honey till I cumo to you.
Thn I nhmild hlvo w'thln your hair,
Iu Mini and gold together;
And I Hhotild bldo In glory there,
Tfii-mK-h nil the chHiigi-ful wcatbor.
Ohl 1 HhuH.il Hip but our this one
8wot flower underneath the sun.
I havn Bn it stilted that it was I who
lit gave Mrs. Lnngtry the name of the
'JuTstry Lily," by inscribing the forogo
ing verses in tho English edition of one
of my books to h(;r with this name.
A mistake. I had heard Lord Hough
ton epnak of her iu most generous
praiso as "The Jersey Lily" long before
be presented me to her, and her worth
aud beauty indueod tho writing of the
Treat her welL She is altogether
worthy your best consideration and es
teem; good, truthful, frank and sincere;
nuru as tho snow and verv brave. Treat
.her well. And to her I av: I'mnain
so. Io not mistake America. She is
incc-rely virtuou. This warm, young
country of ours has more praise for pu
rity and honest endeavor than for all
the glittering and ambitious tilth that
ever ehone before the footlights under
the name of geulus.
As the stage is fast encroaching on
the lecture-room, aye, possibly on the
pulpit, and is becoming the very center
and source of combined instruction and
delight, it must stand forth puiitied.
Cloau hands will b always upheld on
tho AmnricaD stage. Clean hands and
honest effort. These matched with !
most perfection, physically, are her best
recommendations. Quite enough. Give
a vear or two more of work and sho
will appear as well on the stuge as off
it. Aud this i very high praise, But let
her forget to work; ha her, in tho whirl
and froth that comes to the surface In
all tho cities and surrounds all new
lights, forget her high pluce, our trib
ute to womauhood, then good-bye.
Dob Ingereoll's religion was finely il
lustrated in Springfield, 111., while in
that city lo deliver his lecture, Capt.
Tom Kidd, thegonial. good-natured and
jolly editor of the Monitor, was foi
many years crier of the courts in which
Bob and other lawyers had practiced.
aDd perhaps no man in Illinois hat
swapped as many stories or was a
warmer friend and admirer of Lincoln
than the captain. H has the misfor-
tune, however, of bein, like many oth
er editors, poor, although the pruprhdoi
of a paper which is ello:i its fcrt. The
captain delivers a lecture which i-awa
shead of anything yet delivered on Lin
coln, because it gives Lincoln just as hi
was in tho court room, and before be
coining president. The title of the lec
ture is "Lawyer Lincoln by tho frier ol
tho Court." Wendling and others w ho
have heard it s;iy it is full of merit, and
delivered in (,'ap't. Tori Kidd's !vh
and be is a rare charaeiiT on1 nt the
inot Hitort'iining. e'.I, win ,1 Bolt
went to Sprh.'iinid, knowing Tom well,
he sent fur him to pnme to Ids room,
when he a.rki d the auth'ir of the lecture
to read it iu Tnatii.'-'-i ij'l. Tom did so,
and Col. IniT'i'!! told Idn '.hat the
world must hoar that lee'. 1 ire, .vid made
the arrangement with Kidd to have
"Lawyer Lii.eoin by tin. Crier of the
Court" delivered iu Washingtou. fob
says he don't propo-o that an old friend
and a court Hl'ieor, who heard hiiu
make the lint atuiinM.t lie ever made
before, the supi erne 'i:id Inderal courts
in Illinois and di' l;nw Mr. Lincoln,
and can beat any man imitating tho
style of any bower ho ever heard make
a speech - keep hid f.'otii tbo public
when ho could help. Thi- is the kind
of christian Col. linh is. und while Kidd
is not what the world infidel. Bob
has shown a christian spirit in develop
ing wdiat will prove :ri excellent lesson
for the young men of the. land to bear
sonvthing of Lioco'n n? a 1 ewnr.
Fop 11 Li r Errors Oorrect.-.l
The Iron Age corrects some popular
impressions respecting distances travers
ed by vessels at sea. The "knot" and
th i "milo" nro terms often used inter
changeable, but errorieomdy so. Tho
fact is that a milo is less than 87 per
cent of a knot. Three and one-half miles
are equal, within a very small fraction,
to Unco knots. The iwiiot is G,0 J.r.
feet in length. The statute luilu i
ISO feet. The re-nit of this dill'ernnco
is that tho soecd in miles per hour is al
ways considerably larger than when
stated iu knots, aiid if a person forgets
this and stales a speed its so 11111117 knots
when it was really so many miles, ho
may he given ligurcs verging on the in
credible. When we hear parties say that
such u vessel is capable of making
twenty knots per hour, wo usually tako
the statement with a very lar;:e g'r in nf
salt, for twenty knot-s is2d-t.)l miles per
hour, a spued which very few vessels
have made, and it is doubted by sonm
who have tho beet opportunitv for mak
ing actual measurements whether any
vessel has ever mad" twenty-live miles
in sixty minutes. It has been said that
eome of the English torpedo boats have
luade as high as iwqniy.fnur or twenty
live knots. Twenty-four knots aro over
twonty-seven and 11 half miles per hour,
and twenty-live knots nro upward of
twenty-eight and threc-oiinrtcr miles on
hour, ditdanccs that aro incredible.
Dogs, under favorable conditions, live
to an ago much bovoml that which Is
usually. assignpd to ihem. Mr. H. Cor
diner, of Oxford, Kngland, knows a
black retriever aged 81, and there is no
doubt that others nt'e ucquninted with
like aged individuals of tho amino spe
Ioduben? parents who allow their chil
dren to eat heartily uf hih-scasoned food,
rich pie, Cuke, will liavo to uso Hop
Hitters to prevent indiifestion,. Hleeplen
nights, sickoi as, pain, and, perhaps, death.
No family is gnfo without them in the
Tho Pall Mall Un.:ei(, relates that lh
conjuror Herinann, who hits been in
South America, during a performntieo
nt the house nf the Governor of Monte
video, determined to mvslifv three half
HBViige ratagKiii.itis who w'cre present.
lie stupiiied the lirst by tuning nil
orange from his ii'w, ho asioni.lifl tho
second by producing a eories of piastres
from his hair, but tho third seemed
overpowered with terror as ho extracted
from his nose a living rat. Uttering a
cry of fright the Patagonians with
drew, and the company congratulated
Hermann upon his success, YVhilo re
ceiving their congratulation hestidden
ly discovered that his watch was gone.,
and that his chain had gone with it.
His purse, ton, had disappear ;d, and his
eye-glass and pocket-handkerchief.
" Half nn hour afterwards the chief t.f
the I'atagouians returned, bringing tho
missing articles. The savage from
whoso note Hermann had c'Uricled the
-rat had emptied the conjuror's pockets
at the moment when he was pretending
to be overcome with terror at the utcs
pected apparition of the rat from tho
tip of his no',-.
The Springtield Union is led to remark
that "a pastoral f ttlemeiit nowadays
has come to mean substantially that tfio
pastoral relation is to continu.- until it
iits the mi'iN'er's co!ivni'ier to go
cNewht'te. When t S hi linui come-, lm
propo.s s to go; 11 : 1 1 1 that time comes hi!
propose.- 1 ; .1 ;-.
EXILE LIFE IN SIBERIA.
By J. AV. BUEL.
This splendid r,ew bonk present a a thrilling
psno-ams of I I'e Iu liuftia and Milieus It fm
nisii' the onlv fill snd relish e umiorvof that
myiCRilons and wnmloiful insEitnieut'cii known a
N hills u it tlvee tho unwritten htsu ry of the
RiM'.an Empire. It tells of mvsterio'n adven
ture wl b mysterious pniplts. It dcsribts o
Dirste bs nl-to hand combats with plxli-lt aud
knlvei. Id ii sed rooms ho ween t :e tmllr? snd
Nih llfis It pslrtu EXU E LIFE IN 61 liKRIA
In vivid and startlirg colors. It ro'stes fstni.u
Dorits aud ad'en'uies won wild nnimts on tne
frozen plaits of the Nor h. It for the tlrrtUine
upones tho re il tiorror of exlHu-ce among tie
Mtwian convicts. It describe the borrib e lustra
msitsof loiture f uuetlutie I a:-d ned by the Huh
slsn Government, it r Uts the Pernonal Eipe
rionce of the author dor hit travels It tells a 1
tbst one could tl-h to know about buf-ls and Si
beria. It is the moM thrtlll g ecord of trsvul
and adve tore evnr written; not retold tories, but
facTS wlinefseil ' y the snther In nert n snd ssnr
ooned by the United Ststes Guvn ument. 800
large ptaesand ovr 2.0 flue lUustrstlnn-. Prl e.
2 yi. So book tike U on esrth. Outsells a',1
Other books. AtirlM'iS
Wr.te st euro lor rictorlal Clrculirs snd full pur
tleiilats.or send M cents in roony or s mps f r
Complete canvasieng insi. Act quick and se
cure nrsi ctmico oi vrr.tcry.
HISTOlilCAL PUBLISHING CO ,
4IS N. Third Street, bT. LOITS. Mo.
sj r"snot, life is mec-pinn by. go
I J" Vi I I "and dare before yen riio, sum
lii I 't-'na mi. nn- ana 8"0iimfl
IJl 1 I !..l,.hi,i(ln,.,.n Ini"
mm. J m " n,v , H,uu ,vv"l'IJ'IVI IIUIU
111 Jlllll ti'.u ISO- 11
Five Dollar ninfli fru-. No
risk. Evrythli x new Capital rot ri quired. We
will famish you everything. Sluny sro tiviklng
fortunes. Ladies make an much men and hnv
and girls m iko yn-at pay Reader, if yon wuiii
bUMines" at wh rh. von cao make great pay sll f t
tinm, write for partirnMrs toll. llvl.M'.Ti" A CO,
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE t ;
r iakM AltumM im ma vnMV&lamt In thli rVrun.
trrMCox'iUpfttioxit) vid o remedy ha ver
qoAllM th oolobnted KMueyWort tu a
n tttssarsm 'I'tiirsj nil 1 1 imiilTl w C 17 II I
1tvfnt 4a vr m.nk tn be
L. .kMa ssn-ftiti VaimvI ntvrfit nnrl ntllalflT
IBtrmitfujxj u - - -- - 1 1
mri all kinds of PUne even whn phjalolru
and meoJcmoi n ociu utuou.
PRICE ll.i I OruRglata Bell
017 SU Charlpa Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rg"lir Oroilunta of two niodlesl
Mlleaes, has Isn lo,JKr engiiKed In the treat- '
pient of C'hrouin. Nervous, Mini nnd
JSlooil Plseitscs th.n any nthsrrhvslelan In
U Louis. J cltv lmTt Ufw and all old rent
nni know. Coiisultiitloi m omeor h? msll.
fre snd Invltod. A frlsndlv Ulk or hs onlnlon
rosts nothing. When It Is liirr,nveiiiMit lo vlrlt
the rlty .or Ireatincnt, inedli luwi csn Iwsrnt
by mailer i'XirHs nvervw heiK, Ciirshle t nmh
risrsiiiwd! whre doubt exists It It frankly
fitted. Call ot Write.
y-wus Prostration, Pobillty, Mental anrt
Physical Weakness, M crcurial and other
affections cf Throat, Skin and Boaos, Clood
Inipuritifi and Elood roisoninT. Skin Atlec
tlons, Old Soros d Ulcers, ImnHipimitgJlo
Marrings, Rhsttmntlsni, P.ls.
attention to cms from ovr-r-worlted brain.
gURCICAL CA8EH rcorlvo spurlal attnntjon.
piBeasi'S arising from Irny nionoos. Exwiisai
Io.hilgsn?is or ExBosurs.
If Id self-es Ideiit tleit t t ctelun rsvlng
vsrllruUr at i ni ion to a rl.11.4 nf rau-K Sli ilnl
Krent skill, and )hvsli'lnnt In reguliir rrsrtlcn
all over the eoiinlrv know ing this, n-eiinently
rconiiiind mh the oldest tllet In Atnrle
where eicry kinnvn Sipilsnr Is rennrled to,
Slid thi proved g:oil iniinxl le of all
uri'S snd 0"iintres are u.fHl. w liislr bon It
ned forofflci) iiurixmeii, stul all are trmt.'d lth
skill In s rrsiecriil msiineri iiml, si"wlit
hst In do, nn r ii-mi-iii urc nisile. 011 iie
rount of die iovut iniuit'er spels Ini. 'he
ehurses n kri i low, ofun ln-inf th,in Is
demanded liy others ll 51111 leeiire th kl'l
. and ft s i';y snd perftei life euie, tit's t Is
the Iiiioiiiii nntti r. J mn lili t, us get,
sent kt any address fiec.
PLATES, t IfU
Eliirsn elmh aii'l gilt hlmliiiii, Se.itedfirW
snfilii III tlOMiJIiri. r,r i-lic-ri'iii-v. 1 1 vr A 1 1 V Willi-
(Vrful pen ili-iun , t t-n. t- life si tlelen nn Mm
rtiliolu siiIi.Im-u. hniusv marrv. wliinot:
ahy I rnrrr n in:srrs. Who uuny first.
Jsnhond, Wonimihood. I M tiil deem Who
-tiiMilil mar, y.
lliov IUV inn lii,i,lin.t 111 s V l
jne.reitMi4l. Tlmi iiiiii-rli'd fir ivtfitnilil.il
flinx' piarrled nr initnitl:iltnc
rrrylKit should lend II. It niiuht lo be resil
cv, Poptilur ftlMttm, nni ilk tUivn, but ?x
mvmr aiiq '-y ginifrwe, stum j iiiwu tu i
A. I. A
NEW 00-p. SAND OaTALOOUB PO I
laaiBKNf FREE W soy l.lr..iMiiiu;'
imii.iTnr all kinds of BRA88, QEMA1
SILVER snd EEED lostrtnuenu, togatbsr
With full lnitrtli-tinna trw ftimln. D....7- al
J fliU,neatlon of liutrnmsDta -WHAT
and HOW to purchanej terms for
gold ortl rur plating, reiislrlng, Ac. Will also
si'0.1, If dwlid, our hand and Orchutri.
tsilt.U. , n. IfttAat ru.i.nl.- n....- a. 1.1.....
IHt HOOf i SONS iiUilC C0..CHicAUO.ia
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our man othar FluMm-fia tunln an, l Mronatlx
Appliances and (mrmanta mm ln?sluab!s, and a sure
eur lor .Ssrrous Pehlliiy Pnralyils, E.llrar, Bhaumtv
llsm, Orsrworlotd Ilrnln. I.ibauitlon or Loss of Vita)
EnrKT, Wpnk Hark, Kldm r lilaaas. I nun, Llmr and
fstomarh CumiiUlnta, snd nr adapted to a'lTHIl
SIX. J'has arnliancas srn the tarr Intnst Improrad
and sntirnlr dlffini from baits and all others, ai thr
rosltlvWr usoerite contlnunus enrrents ullhaut ai-lda.
caiisins no auras n. r Irritation "of ths skin on bs
worn si wors as wen . rmi, anil ara onlr notlraabls to
tha eirr. The riwar fa ramilnta' an at to niMt tb
dilferant ttiu.s of ail dhvuses iiteie Elsctrlo ni
Maaaetio treaiinant Is of ber.St IVjim tor
CURE IMPOTEMCY, SCMIHAlVtAKNf.lOCTKtOOD, &9
Thay Curs when nil else f-lls. Our ITiAstratM
Pamphlet san' I i lenj.-d fiir-lnt oa recelt of SoaoU
dosuu, or s-ourolr w.ui,1, (ren.
HowsnlEleetro-MognKtlr Insols, II rerrslrbymall.
AMERICAN CALVAMiC CO.,
3 1 2 K. Oth Ct.. Ct. Louis, Mo.
t N"ir sou Cininoi'. U tel. I'nnttiijt on I
M-ronaand Lailmad stre'.
Th Vticener D -put il tte Ch cuvo, t. Loul
an'" lew Orlenns; llllnoia ( outrni; Vi'uhiisti, M.
Louts and IV.U'.e; Lou Mouiitaiu ati l "S 'inner n,
Moli'lo anil Oiily; cairi ami ht. Louis l(ui;wsy
are all Jnot ncruis llm street; while h Siesmbjiit
LdUrtun la hut one ie,iinr iliaunt,
ThiBUiHel Is heali;d hy sicam, ha 'e?;n
Lsundi), Hydraulic Elevator, hlectrie Cell H"i.a
Antnniailc Flre-Alurnis, liattis. abnulutHiy pure sir
ierleit awriave .rid mm pie te appoli.tn.eirf
tfuperh fiiriilabliigH; perfect miviii; arid nn ur
Li. 1. PAKKKH .i ("( ..!.,.,.
fN sms; -vA wnek made at h 'ino by 'ho Indnt
VT ' llrloU"' Heat niis naa ui'nv hef'Te th
uone. iBpnui unt livened, we
will t-tart you Men. wnmcu, boys
nnd plrla wanted every whe:e lo work
tor ua. Niwi ihe time, ion can
work In upr'H time, or itlvo vour whole time to the
bus ni-s. No other bii'liier will pay you t early
as well So oi eean fail to make enormous inv,
bv eti-niratiii.-nt ot;ee. Cosily oniflt snd t.'rm free
Mnnev nei'l - last, easily, and liomrably. Artdreaa
TRUK .1 VJ., Aiijjii'tH. mniiia-
8 HAIR BALSAM.
ff?-J&h "'5 cl";ant drejsing
ijvSiX preferred by those
'fs iu;ise,w.tyv -noiiiiveiisedit,toany
iimiiar article, on ac-
oiint cf ij tuperlor
leanliness and mirilv.
fit contains materials
.. T. jaw
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
.'iTr and always
Hestorea the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
r.irker s Hair Calsam is finely perfumed and Is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair snd to re
move dandruff and itching. Hiscox ft Co , N.Y,
Km. tod II itin, st d.iltn In drum aril inxllolius.
I Willi' WW '''H'lPSMUMWH' i miatl
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out svlth
overwork, or a inoiher run dew n by family or house
hold duties try Parkek's (iikccr Tunic.
If you are s lawyer, minister or business msn tie
hatisted by mental strain or anxious care., do not take
If y"'i have Consumption, Pypei,4a( Kheuraa
um, Ki.lney t'orapbimi, ortnyjisotderoflhe lungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves Pai kkb's Cincsh
Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Mood Purifier
And tl:t Cost and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If von are wasting away frnm dissipation or
any duease or weakness and reqniie a stimulant lake
Gincsii ToNiCatrncei it will invigorate and build
you up from the fi st dose but will nvcr intoxicate.
It hat saved hundiedl of lives; it may save yours,
CAUTION l-rtrfui.tlliubilltuUi. Ptrko'iGlnpr Tonle Is
aampaiad of lbs bill rrmrdi.l i.m. In Uif werld, snd liMtml
diit.rrnt from pmparsnoniaf Ring.rslons. Sind for circular to
UlKoaaCo., N. V, tue, A l iuii,stdtslintu drusk
CrtCAT SAVING DUYINQ DOLLAR 8IZ&
Its n :h ai d lasting Ir fji.ince hat made this
dehithifiil perfume escet-dingly popular. There
Is nothing like It. Insist unon having F lotas
TON CuLotiN and look for tiguatuieol
an erarv raStls, Any druntit or dtaltr la ixrnunara
can .urfly wi. It ml ltc.nl slits,
Unog SAVINQ OCYIMt 1e. gE.
I J-.WSi.Sa W"aaafe ill lUtSI Isfi.
Bs ? ill V J rrxj a Kn...
yM J j
rrtftfm J"j V i ' jsiiV"i iV-'.
siffZ-UiAfs i-jap:-ff- sw
i imhivih, d cunrriiiniieii inula
rr.w prom applied to the mirtiico will Penetrate to the very Bono,
.nrl nlinn.l Instantly OtrllSTUar asa.e.. ..
K.rxm ri l.nntn. V, A Cllrln mm I... ...
i nn ut.uwwi w waui, vi itivvo uisHKrvniiMa enms pi nny ninu. ii
ll'"'0 ltte"t'fn''"" Cnrcftf Tlhtsianifttl-tn, Sprnlnn. Briilaf-.
stlaf Jointa, NoamlKiav, l'rtTbaic, Cra.mpm Tootli-Acho.
cvoro ibroat. fatua In the JjimM or id any par. ot tno nysiein
and la eytially eflloarlous for all pains
roquiring a poweriui Oiuuaivo auniuiant. Bee Merrfii's Aimaine.
A tk, your Unigglit (or It. Price 80
mbaxed only by JA0O3 B. UESSEU III
Ask your intlkTtn to
d lvrynur milk in the
WaRUEN MILK JARS.
U the milk la pure the
rmsni can be seun In
very Jar. If no cesm
Is .--ii. It I. not at It
ihou d bcanil needs wmr
sitentlnn The in Ilk Is
:i wksmcb:, Tfkcl lnT. sweaiRr sun na-
f M' other w sv. Tim m nmaA
t 1 -ill In all thnlar
are aduoud to a I elTl7.
and t wu" i 'reiiiars aud prices on aODllrstlon
to V. U. WI1ITEMA.V. ll ilurrayt., N.w York.
TO AliYERTlHI U8.-Ltjwei.t Pates lur sdvertl..
luir in t'S eo'id newapapers sent treu. Address
GEO. P. KOiVKLl. A CO , In SpriuuSt., S. V.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PIUS &tM
Blnod. snd wlllenmpletlcbsne the blood io the en
tire ajrtternin threa montha. Any peroo who will take
1 pill esrh nla-htfrnm 1 to la weeks mr be ratnrtd
to sound health, if such stninn bepoa.ihU. Hold e
rywhura, oraent by mall for S laimr arnnips. J. ft.
Oousaoii & Co., Button, Mats, form or 1 btuf or, Mr
Villk- (Ii 11... .Vi.Vu, klililil
urn e nil s-soii Mi.
siiMiiii iiiiiiai r r,i usi.
HasTtaf nX sfcati! f.
usr .iiiimH wunu vsj" w si i n ."si WJW
r corcoi acrofjii.Fiiupl, iMu, lttcr, in 1 HorM, SV
a i it i.i r.i ... f . t. e JlW
ovrv Lin, mnn;uriti iiaunee'. (.siinrrn i'i) 01 Afjf
t Apittit, reoivt comiiiinti, ani tiii iiltMMi M:y
7 al lets oi. It nrrnr laiit. a ir.ii't ind
country itrire kufpcri foil it it. Ii, LMfert
in.. rrtft s i'iHiir'it, oi. m-v? ftciiia,
NO USE FOR THEM.
Concerning; Certain Eelies of the Past
Dogs that Lave had their Day.
George Stephiuson's "Bucket, " and the msgul.
Ccent locotnotitet of to-day, are bnilt npon the
same geneisl principle, yet the machine with
w hich thoRrcat engineer atoUrhed bis ae, Is In
teresting uuw ou'y as an illutirattunof the begin
nitgof the Invention. There wen pi. tier with
holes In ihum long beforo BENBON'S CAPCISE
1'OROUS PLAUiEK snrprlsed both the public
snd tbc phyalcUns: n,d tae t'l'impb of the Cap
cine is foutiucd upou the partial sncceaees, or the
ntter failures of lis predecessor. Everything of
slue In the old porous plaster is retained in the
Caprine; but as (hie pidnt ail eomparnlon ends,
and contrast begins. F,-r example:
Tho old plasters wcie slow In their lictlon; the
Capcine Is quick snd mm.
The old piasters larked the power to do more
tain toirapurt slight, temporary tell, f n cases
eaey oi treatment; me Caprine pmetratte the
system and permanently ores th troubles for
which it U recommended.
The old ii'iiKers Uepeuded for any gnod results
they might aittiln up -n an ii;Ciiletit uf ti.eir makers
and the uakc 1 f .Ph. nf thu'r wearers; the Benson's
teaches Its ends by means of the sciemlllc combi
nation of tbcrnre midlrlns! Inerodlents which It
in brief, the old plasters, llko Stephenson's dls
carde-1 engine, sro switched iff the track, whllo
tho Beasou's so- s on Its wav winning golden opiu
ions from all sorts of people.
Vet talhtsvery f.ict II ths lcnlng dsngcr to
the people who buy and ns this relisble and ci
eatlftc remedy. "Hvpucrlsy is the tribute lce
paystovliua." Iml ationl the eorcesilon fail
ure n-akesto succ-s-, Henon' I'lsters are p
rodie l In usoe and s'ylo.
B-'wareof iwlndlt-s. Till cennina have thn word
CAPC'iNE riTln thccetiier. Friro 25 cents,
hi'sbu;y.t.ii'ihiioo hemt,'ls. New Yrk.
.... . t . . - - "i at a ss
.i.i n potitivo rouigjy rr Uifc ahovo dl.o.io: by Ha
.7 V,.. rr . t' CM" V Wlr,t 'l and of lonar
" u" curaa. luuacu, to mrunifls uit una
n Its eilTcac7, that 1 mil tmH two noTTI.k,M FKf.R, to-Pl".era-W"b
4 1-H-CABLE THKA1 tSfel on this dllaatt, S
Lur lllfferer. niv. v.nh.M.n.i i A j "
w . I - - i-.-u . . v. nu'irrht
va. i; a. exuaa, im rotrlbt.NtwTora.
KAHllKH'S 0S A--D DAUGHTERS
or nny Acioo Mmi oi Woman
Iu (,'ah, working f r th Amerirsu Fr ner.
aonreas r. a, k. KACR.'Tr, Ft. Wayne, ind.
ior all Union Soldiers 19
ifDcn.slon.Lawsl nflF I DC
ct l ay an
nova Liberal. HnntMris) Bounty to-
'nlon soldiers reported on rolls as deserters
1 llCPUAOPCC PUOCUUtD. Apply
Jl JUllAlitlCO atonco. Rend two
nt stamns tj urODOAUT
413 O btrcet X. ., WaaLUngtou,
t D. V.
Edncate rt tna rrncttrsl growerf now saaent to our
hitr N(iil i.,.iu
i earlier their nrnilm-r vi:l i.r.
snr a full
softer tide vssr a full line of Mnnrw.i i,i,,..-
truetpnaina,a;iMwnond'yuiaii l HvottUFyfetttd
Blue Bteui i hunt ; White Kuiwisti u.U ; 1 tauiii Onlv
1(1 W noons wet-It car iur t'un rir v Vnrs , nn.
hrnr Yoi'.ow Ieoit Corn at::l t ikes tile lend, and
for foddf.r I
aerial to ai"; of eulrnnMl, tomatoea,
a, mi., 4c , a Tn'.l l ne :id btso prop, all
lss'itfTowmriioiiroi' n inn
. lid P.l-o for duck
ponds alimy.nn pnna f r tn-ag ,r 1mm sowing,
fth Aiinusj (VslOf .io. .. T. M. M ft Tt" ! I. it
lirovser, liuiioi it r.V Jobber, HU Paul. iUno.
FtTjl STr? ffQ A Iw3na TitiJoo rby
Srtbisjo'i'B lJiut rwiajMnlice an
Ulilcol.1 IsfwViirk, ,
tm re JA ' lor Hint ure of
M J O CPSLCPTIO FITS.
Isa CJ liwfyonAmjMi'ruilcr&'iiLui,
Dr. Alt ln.-Mlo (lata nf I.ODilnni, nlin makes a tnt
tlslty of Rpilop.y, hnt wlthnns doubt tniiiu a-nl tnn-il
nioreraiei than any ether livlmi iitalclan, 1 ati-i-.-ui
baa tl-uply b,'un asinlauiniri hrnrri or rnnia a
trar SO raara1 titnitlntr taceastdiliy ennui by hi u. IU
bnt putuuii-d a sr Ihl eiMa.a, nled h' semlt
hh a large hnt' lo of his weielurfi'l c i ro free in tny .nr.
f,'-ar wbn may aioiil ihi'lrosp-e.aaiiil P.O.AUJroit Via,
Sit rise an V en wl.Mi'ii atii'o T.iSiiiire.t
U(. A& alabL.iUl.le, o, St Juba St., few Twk,
A uowei inl iiii'hiLiuiioii i-oin.
unatMi mostly oi EHsentlnl Oils
fho most ponetrfitlng Liniment
l,HnM. U.. . . . I .t. -
r - ninj ii win nvii Don liiotainsT'
Jl , . . . . I .
In thn Btomaoh avnd Bowela,
oti per bottle IV-T
i MA IV
J AK v
Marly Minnesota sweet cdbt
iii n 1
I Bll I