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Jt Socir.s Almcct Impossiolo
that rut ono cau doubt the
9 . efficacy of
FOR THE CURE OF
lifter rending tho evidence) we ritihllsh In
this paper. Tlio people wlm jjive these
certificates nro weil nnl favorably
known In the communities hi which
they reside, and ninny of them
Lave kindly offered to answer
any communication from
those who aru afflictod
with disease of the
throat or lungs.
For other Ccrtijleatti of Qtre$ tend for
Dr. Sclunck'iBook on Cnumption, Liter
Complaint and Dy;ifpt i. It gira a full
dmcriptioH if lhee dltef't in their tatioui
fijrmt, odto, valuable information u rcrari
tothsdkt and clothing of the tick; how
and when ( twite thould be ti!n, etc.
'frit book u tie ra:dt of manyyiri of
trperience ft (he tnatmtnt of Lung Li.
fue; and thould be read, wt onhj by the
ajjliettd, but ly thf who, from fufiditary
taint or other caute, tuppese thtmtelc.e
!!''' ti any ajcetian vf tlm throat or
IT IS SENT FREE,
Posl-Paid, to all Applicants.
Addross, Dr. J. II. Schcnck & Son,
P. 0. Box. 2933,
Go and seo the people who write
the following letters, if possible.
A Gentleman well-knnwn In ant-srlHe,
Dresden and Cohort"!!, wruei fi'uin
Dr. y. It. Stktnch.
De.r5ir. In the Winter of 187a I was told by
three prominent doctors that my wife had Con
sumption, and that she coulJ not live until Spring.
Sxm sfter this a friend, who lives in Daytnn,
Ohio, rccoinn.ende 1 your mejicines to her, b'.;t
having been toid that the w.s incurable, we bad
no faith in them. I itr ftinnl lin!iy br ujlit her
rxmle of your Pulmonic Sjrup, and mv.stcd
on tier Riving it a lair tii.1. She did so. ard thank
God, by its use her lite w.s tared, bhe it now en
1 an well known here. rs well as in Zanesiioe,
Dresden, and Ci hotton. uod w ouid tetcr )ou t-
the driifj ists and otners 111 these towns w 1,0 w ,1
reinemuxr my Miles case as a very bud one. 1
have recommended jour medicines to a treat
many, and base reier known ihcm 10 fail intiu.k
inn cures where they have been loven a l..;r tri-l.
I am iiiduceJ to send ou this b ihc thought lhat
it will be of lucu jrtat use 10 suffering humanity.
A. W. IUTE,
Proprietor White House, I'ckin, Ll.
Nov. at, 1S7).
Auother Cms of Cmistituptiou Cured at
La I'uite, IuiL
About twelve yean ifo I was dangerously ill
with Lung Fever. I had gret trouble in breath
ing ; every breath I drew caused me pain. 1 had
three doctors treating me, but I grew worse all
the time. I was at the tune connected null the
Lake Shore R R. Co. One of my fcilow-derks
Induced me to et some ol jour medicines. s,iyiiif
that he had used them himself wnh entire sue
cess I ent for some of tour Pulmonic S 111 p,
Scntreeil Tonic and Mandrake I'll!. I used
them according to the directions, and in a short
time noticed a marked improvement in myhcilth,
which kept up as 1 continued using your medi
cines. Alter taking several bottles each of the
i'ulinonlo Syrup and Seaweed Tonlo I got
entirely over my sickness. Since mat nine 1 have
recommended your medicines to many other peo
ple I'', mg in La forte, wao used them with great
?. W. NEBELTHAl'.
Ex-Trustee of La Porte Co.
I. Pom, led., Jan. jt,
Consumption Cured. Read ttili Letter
from Mr. Ittlck, of La Porte, Ind.
Dr. S Am, I.
In the year i8;s I was suffering with Consump
tion, and had gotten so low thit I hat no hope of
ever getting well again, I waited for death to
put an end to my sufferings. There was one of
my friends who was persistently trvipg 10 have
me use your PlLltfONIC SYRUP and SKA
WEKD TONIC, but 1 utterly refused to get any
more medicine. I was disgusted with medicine.
I had tried so many different medicines without
beipg helped by any. Finding that 1 w,is not to
he persuaded, he bought some of your PULMON
IC SYRUP and SEAWEED TONIC himself,
, and brought them to tne. lt first irfu-rdto
touch them. 1 did not want in be expemitentcd
on, but finally consrnted to use them f i-rcly to
satisfy him, not that I expected thev wo.. id en me
anv good, I commenced inning the PI LMU.MC
SVRUP and SEAWEED TuXIC. end to my
great surmise felt rtltnosi Immediate relief, and
was encouraged to continue using thrin. My
condition improver! under their iue, until in time
I grew ierfectly well, no trine ol the. disease re
maining, My Lungs had healed up and i"cw
tronger thancver. I was permanentlyi. iu.!,;s
I have had no trouble with my Lungs since that
1 owe my life entirely to your medicines. Noth
ing else saved me. 1 will be.irchecriul testimony
II the treat virtues possessed by your medicines.
I kn.nv of set erul other e.ises liete where vour
ttiei!iines have been used with eiiine success, I am
well known liori, hemp; .rc of the nriiii'al Ger.
man settler in I -a I 'one Co., anil havius been lu
the !ieiy business for many years.
K. P. - I ran, mid wIM, If nciensary, vvir he.
'vepin Jiimii-c uf the Peace, lor all 1h.1t I h ive
;il 1 J llic nliov e kUloilA-ut.
, , , jouxnncic.
I A In(t , J..n. v. t?3:.
? l-.ii ' 1 tert'xt That we have sold flie me !i
t tu s nii'iirioncil In these c c n Ifii ates in Mr. NV'v -t'.,ii
.in! oilu'is, and their siaiuiiKiiis a.v iuiia 11.
s .in.) rchuhle.
I RKD'K. WEST & CO., Dniggtsis,'
rtotii Naurnttrli, Conn.
vr :.;r - I herew-lili send you 1 flrtount of
1 lour medicines have niinle lu lay rt.
. hi. li 1 am willing ytnnlnuld publish, Mytirst
1 k,i..s w as caused by a heavy eold whlh I ei
n. 's 1 ss'n twelve years ago. Afterwards n,y
U "' r t"viitve Trvoiiicb dieurdend.su muibto
' :.. 10 ,io Ktiy v.-ma t..r over four
'' ' ''re f- w.v 'II' n sore t.i,
. .'. .i..v 1- '1 niv I..' It, 1 w u, He..'. Ui.l
V.- .H..I "it!)- w..U lew r.e . f... a l.c lioiue. I
I: .1 .. .;. ..Im.'si i-v. iv ne-t-.Kiid al.odur
'.irf 'He ii Ii ...veim.l uiiiiosi iiii,( x.ilile iur in
o fc.-i.-ji w 11 ,(i 11 111 1.1-. ( r.- wc.iihf r. At
iliner.'i.i im;.: I employed iluee or lour tl.;ercue
p.iesu-iMis, but tl.ey gae roe noielu f.
..ly hiitntion m.i. .'i i..,t r.illc-d your ndvrr.
ii u niciu ui.J li.u ccruilcaus b c;iri.s you pub
lished. . Tlic e testimoiii.ils seemed so candid
that I concluded to give the nieUicin is a trial. I
bouglit the Pulinnnic Syrup. Seaweed Tonic and
Mandrake IMls, and bewail to use them according
to diieciions. I felt much better ufter using them
three or lour days, and after cnntinuiiitf llic.r use
four weeks 1 was entirely cured.
WILLIAM L. CLARK.
Feb. 4, 1082.
rrrn Caunseragu, Allegliouy Co., N. Y.
Dear Sir. I was taken with heavy cold which
resulted in Congestion of lue Lungs. I suffered
terribly wiih night sweats, bad cough, pains in my
back and shoulders, and was reduced toatnere
skeleton, my weight being less than 100 pounds.
My cough kept me imake m niglit.and in the
morning coughing spells would hist from 10 to 15
minuies, sometimes . r. 1 r.iiscd considerable
mucus streaked with !, and was so eak that
1 was unable to On . .ijielf. Having all the
symptoms ol that die .dt.il disease. Coasumption,
1 felt positive it had claimed me as one of its vic
tims. 1 i'ad two physicians attending me, and
they pronounced my case a bad one
While I was 111 this condition I saw vour adver
tisement in one of the Nev York p.p'ers. 1 pro
cured a supply of your Pulmonic Syrup. Seaweed
Tome and Mandrake I'dls.and cuimnciiced taking
them as directed. My couili became uener. (ml,
in fact, all the bad symptoms s..on began to leave
me, my weight went uo to no Bounds, and In a
short time I found nise,( restored to perlcct
Mrs. J. D. COODW.VV.
Nov. 6, i83i.
Consumption can he Cured I
New Yokk, Novenbcr 8, j83r.
Dear Sir. In looking over one cf your books,
in which I find so many letters recommending
your medicines, I have thought to my .elf ho
negligent I have been in not making my c.i-.e pub.
lie that others miK..t take warning, in visiung
lay friends in New Jersey a sh'.rt tune since, my
attention was drawn to the ms'v advertisements
in large letter on d'ffereit bml li' j-s 'i"'i f 11' rs :
Mir. Sihenck's PULMONIC SVKUP. SEA
WEED TONIC and MANDRAKE i'U.LS." As
1 lo-.iied at these, tears ol gratmnie fe.l irom my
eyes, and I thought what a blcs.,ir,j; tiiar such a
man as Dr. Schcnck should be ciit among us.
T neim-seve 1 years ago I C"ntr..c ed a heavy
cold winch settled on my I.uni's I t'.ok tnanv
things that wereiecommended I'.ro.ljs.bu: i" :!;
ins seemed to relieve me. I ir.... e gallons of sy
rups with many different kinds of her!i. still I g t
no better. My husband would consult doctor",
but they gave him no encouragement, only said 1
must die. I had then hern alliit.eu over seven
years. One ol my sons came in one day and said
to me: " Molhe". 1 have heard ol a Doctw
Schenck that is making great cures in Consump
tion; will yo.i see him'1 1 had given up all
hope of recovery, but he ins.'ted uiv.n it. Con
sequently. 1 wa-s taken over to Dr. :-c.rencK, then
in bind Street, lie examined mv Lures, and
gave me encouragement. I look the PULMONIC
SYRUP, SEAWEED TONIC and MANDRAKE
PILLS atxiut two months, and felt as well as
ever I did. I have enjoyed good health ever
since, and if any of my f.mniv take cold, it is our
only medicine. I am tins day suty-seven years
01 u- ard can w ilk and attend to business us
well as many at for. If there are any that wish
to know the pruculars of uiycasc.heyare at lib
erty to cail cm tne.
Mrs. SARAH LAWSON,
334 West Fifteenth St., New York City.
Ilereditary Cousuinptlon Cnrvd.
Dear Sir. In the autumn of ifi;j I had a severe
cough, with terrible pain in my sides and between
my shouideis. 1 had very little appetite, and
svhat lit'le. 1 c iuld eat only distressed me, I con
sulted physicians wiio said my condition was a
very bad one and gave me five different cough
syrups and tonics, from which I received no bene
fit. but seemed n grow worse, and kept losing
flesh and strength. T had night sweat", and sweat
most c( the time during the dav. I coughed and
raised blood and a salt, foamy phlegm ; my throat
was tilled w all ulcers, 1 could lu-dly swallow j
sometimes I could not speak a loud svord for
weeks; my lungs grew more painful every daj
with aifticu't breathing, while pleurisy pains
would almost stop my breath. I had colic pains,
S'ur s'oiracli. and vomiting up everything I ate.
My whole body was filled with pain. I could not
he dnwo.ud had to recline in a sitting posture to
breathe. I gave up and did not think of ever get
ting i:p again, as it was hard moving mvseif my
feet a. d ankles began to swell badly, and my hips
hat g'ven out long before.
In this sulking condition, I thought I would try
your remedy for Consumption ; it might do me
some goo d ; it could do me no harm. for I was cer
tain I could UJt live a month longer the way I
At that tins, Mav 1 3-3. I procured your Pul
monic Syrup, xeaircoil Tonic and Pills,
and too tlicni as directed In a week I was bet
ter and beuan t throw oh from the lungs a green-ish-yelln
matter streaked with blood. 1 could
eat a httle without throwing it up, the pains in my
sides were not si severe; Icouid sleep an hour
very soundiy, and that was what I had not done
for three mouths.
I took your medicines steadily six months, my
cough gnt better, I did not sweat so bad at nights,
kept gaining slovvlv, and in a year after I began
your medicines I could sav I felt well. I began to
gain ftes'i. and lat September weighed one hun
dred and thirty-five pounds fifteen pounds more
than 1 ever weighed before in my life.
Your medicines, I know, saved my life : and I
would say, from my own experience, to all Con
sumptives, lake Dr. Schenck's medicines, for they
will certainly cure you. 1 had Consumption, it is
hereditary in our famtly.mv lather and two broth,
ers having died of it. 1 have had belter health
the past inter than (or ten years previous.
Mrs. SARAH A. CA11TER.
CAtusLt, Mass., April 5, i85o.
Trom Camden, '. J.
Dr. y. U. Scheldt.
Dear Sir. I wish to contribute mytestlmony to
the wonderful effect of your remedies,
I was very low W1U1 disease in the lungs in the
year 187. and by the use of the Mandrake Pills,
Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup I was entire
ly cured. I was so weak when I commenced
their use that I could hardly stand. I had all the
symptoms, cough, mght sweats, pain in myside
and breast. 1 am weil satisfied that if I had not
used your remedies that 1 would not have been
alive to-day. My health has been good since my
recovery, which proves that your medicines are
not merely calculated to give temporary relief. I
earnestly advise all who are urlhcted with Lung
disease to use your great remedies.
sai York St. Camden, N. J.
Dec. t;, 1881.
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, 11 speedily relieved of these dis.
tressing symptoms. They act directly on the
liver, the organ which, when in a healthy condi
tion, purifies the blood for the whole body.
They are a perfect preparation of tint great and
well-known remedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a
remedy that lias 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, s.ivsi In Constipation It acts upon
the bowels without disposing them to subsequent
costiveness. In Chronic Liver Complaint there is
nnt its equal lit the whole range of medicines, be.
Ing vastly more useful thnn 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 rases of Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
where there is great weakness or debility, Dr.
Mvlienrk'e Ncawi-oil Tonlo should be used In
connection with these Pills.
Dr. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES:
&r PULMONIC SYBUP
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1383.
Are sold by all Druggists, and full directions for
their use are primed on the wrappers of every
Take Dr. Schenck's address now, and send for
the book mentioned in the beginning of this ad.
Dr. Srhenclt will ice patients at tha
Grund Cmitrul Hotel, Itroiiilway, X. & ., on
the first Wed nnsiluy and Thursday of each
month, und at tho Ainei lemi House, Han
over Street, Huston, 011 tlio Hceunil AVecl
noaday and Thursday of curli mouth, tx
rept August. Consultation free.
A Literary Ooincklence.
It Is interu-stiiij to note tliu possibility
of a romiitit to i-pinodo nt some f lit tiro
day nrisiii out (.f ciivtiinstuixMi that
is nk in to tlic nioiivit of numy a rlrn ma
tin rvviie in hulu liition ninf real life.
Viiiiain Dliu-I;. tlm liriii-.li novulist, i.i
OL'cnMiinally whir .-snul, in mi uM lady'ti
tiati'l writing, ns "William JJIad;, alias
Ma:Vuan, lMonn rluli, London."
Tliei-o htlti'i-j uj i.. i-.tiit liiiu for bin inrat
itiulu nii'l want of iroiicr all'iii'iinri in
ri'fnsin to nckiiowli'iirri! hinisi;!f
nephew who was ninnmcd hy her
drowned nt ou. Sin-, however, hap
pened to read "A Danohtcr of H.h."
tiiul she declares that this story con
tains family revelations that confd only
have been known to herself and her
nephew, tuul could only havu been
written b) her nephew. A year or two
ao Black culled upon her iYi thu high
land.', lie found her a rt:s),oetaiilu 11111I
fairly educated old lady As hoi-n as
sho kuuw lirt had called in nn-werto het
letters find that he wns Wiiliain Black,
kIio professed to reeotrnizij him as het
nephew, and olll'ivd t(r,-ct him a watch
and some jewelry, which she s dd had
belonged to his mother, aud which were
atSr-yu. It was in vain that on tho
ncore of ase ho pointed out that her
identification of him must bo a mistake.
Her niece coming into tho room, Black,
in tellitifr nits story, said: "I fult that
bow 1 should bo nblo to put matters
straight. If I wns the nephew, this wa
my sister." 'Surely,' I enid, 011 can
not think I am your brother; he. mutt
have been 8 or 'J wors younger than I
nra, and see my hair is beinnio to
turn jrray.' 'Ah, but,' she replied, Tie
knon ynunp: men turn prat at a very
early au." This sei'.led nie.'and I bolt
ed. I felt that if the en tiro ffuniiy
had concluded to claim me for the
dead nephew, I had better '.-ct out ol
the place iiuiekly, ami I did." Tliie
incident is none tho less curious that it
nean before the Tichbonie case, and is
still kept uj by upbraiding letters from
Mrs. Mac ean. llu i. :r Maonzine.
Tho Jest and Laugh in Battle.
In the midst of danger soldiers are
foraetimes prone to jot and lauh, and
even play practical j,)';cs on each other,
as tho following anecdotes will show:
During; the trench-work before Sevas
topol there was a certain man in the
regiment who disliked be in; on duty in
the trenches, and who always got into
what ho considered the safest corner of
the treuch and remained thi.-ro as long
as ho could. Tho buU r of his compa
ny, a malicious urchin, soon found llus
out, and was constantly in the habit of
playing tricks to frighten his cautious
comrade. He would peep over the par
apet and call out, "A shot!" and then
turn around to sec his friend roll him
self toetliur like a ball. At other times
he would call out, "A slieli!" of which
no know the man had a mortal dread;
and wiii. n ho saw him throw himself
llat on the ground, ho would take a
piece of earth or a stono and throw it
do-!) to his recumbent friend's head,
and then run tip and comfort him by
showing him a bit of au uid shell which
ho had picked up for the purp"sc. re
marking, nt the same time. "That was
a near tiling, man." Ad the men know
and enjoyed the joke, and sometimes
roared with laughter, but it wns wtdlfor
the urchin that his friend never found
This snmo man was really wounded
afterward, and while I was removing
tho bullet from beneath the skin of his
back tho same "urchin'' was standing
by, and tho moment I had extracted tho
bullet a small ppherieal one the bpy
hold out to his friend a six-pound can
non ball, saying, "Stic, what tho doctor
has cut out o' ye!" This occurred while
my back was turned; but on hearing the
remark I look around, aud sav the bov
holding out the shot, and the bystand
ers couvuKhI with laughler, quite re
gardievs of the heavy lire going on
Says the Atlani . (.1:1.. Ci4itntioM
At a dinner the other tiil.t, after tho
trash had been disposed '(, two roast
pigs, each with au apple in his niotith,
we're brought in and set in front of the
host and hostess. I had not seen surb.
a thing in je-irs, but it was a savorv re.
minder of "many a lavish board mulct
which my youthful legs had twined
about each other other in ecstasy, Tho
lato Senator Ilill loved nothing'so well
as a phito of chitterlings. I have seen
Governor Hurschel V7 Johnson nat a
pig's ear with iuliniio relish. What
were Governor Brown's culiards (I re
fuse to spell it coleworts) to that jrrcat
and good man if underlying historic
love for this fine esculent .hero was not
ail unconfessed love for hog's jowl?
Governor Stephens dotes on broiled
ham, mid tho nearest to death General
Toombs ever came was from indiges
tion caused by over-eating of head
cheese; so that, a little more hog's head
might have prevented secession. More
than one historian holds that Lee's
army was never whipped until the bacou
had given out and it had to tall b.tckon
Tho Mobilo Jtcfjinter takes great do
light iu tollim: this lUUe Htoiy at. theex
pense of Massachusetts: A very
enjoyable concert was given In a small
town iu that stato recently. Among
the performers was a popular tenor
einger, who was announced by the pro
frrammaas prepared to perform, among
other selections, an "Aria, 'Sound the
Alarm,1 by Handel." Tills ho sang
with strong effect, and was horrilied
tho next day to perceive in tho local
paper the statement that ho had "sung,
with gn at taste mid expression, a fine
song by Handel, entitled, 'Maria, Sound
Indulgent pop litsi who allow their chil
drm loeat lienmly ol' liigh-seasniiud loud
rich pic-, cuke.' &e., will hve to use Hop
Hitters t.i prevent imiiirestion. sleeid-n
idi;hls,siekni8s pain, and, perhaps, death.
No fnmily jg safe without them In tho
JTi Drew a Frizj.
.A few week ago Iictroit saloon
Keeper got hold of the fart that a cer
tain customer of his had invested in a
lottery ticket, nud on the night of tho
drawing the saloon was lilli-d with 11
crowd to enjoy a jko which the saloon
ist was to let Iiiiimi on his man. Tlio
man with the liekel dropped in nt tho
tiual hour fur his beer, and uhilu
drinking it, he heard the saloon-keeper
remark that ticket No. CV.'jG had
How do you know that?'1 was quickly
"Well, I also hold a couple of tick
ets, and a friend of 'nine in Chicago has
tele?raiilicd dm the winning numbers."
' Let's see the telegram!"
It was produced. It had been special
ly prepared for the occasion and ap
"I hold thai very ticket!"' gasped the
citizen n he produced his wallet.
"Here it is!"
Congratulations worn in order,., and
only a hint was needed to bring an or
der for beer and cigars without limit.
At the end of a grand hurrah the saloon
ist presented a bid for 13. '.", and was
met with the reply:
"Seeyoii later too excited to make
Vcteiilay the man of beer went to a
justice to see nbmit suing the bid and
learned that his d-. htor was in Colorado.
Just how nuti'li he made out of the
joke can't be ligund until he rets ov r
kicking himself. Ddrutl Vie I'ass.
An etiterpri.sin : editor writes on
"How to treat tv "n." Theoiilv .cafe
way for o -Hi's ,,. ;u.,,k N never to
Sllinv them a bio of ;i v. 'I i;i v kw. a
fondne-s f'r lare iioiire-.
Women are rapidly finding places iu
the learned professions and the moie lucra
tive occupations Irom which they were
formal)' excluded. Many are graduating
in muuieine. Mrs. Ljdia E. Piuklnni. of
Lynn, Miss., is a minister of health to
thousands who miy never touch the h"m
of her garment or behold the genia, liybt
of her UH'ilett uiur.ttuur.jce.
J)k. H. E. PAKWfLL, Arlington Heights,
I11.,ss)b: "I am selling Brown's Iron Bit
tera fast. It is the most saleable goods in
I AM cured 6f Catarrh and deafness after
diving Elys' Cream Balm a thorough trial.
My sunt was deaf in one ear. After using
the BsIuj a few times her hearing whs re
stilted. F. I). Morse, Insurance Broker,
For Dyspepsii an Liver Complaint jou
have a printed guarantee on cverv bottle
ofiShilouV Viiabzor. It never fails to
tfucKien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cute.
Bruises. Sores. I'lci rs, Halt Kheum, Fever
Sorts, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. iido all Skm Eruptions, aud positively
currs files. It is eu'iranteerl to lovo per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
So cents per box. For snle by Geo. E
To The WtsU
There are a number ot routes letding to
the above-mentioned section, but the dnect
aud reliable route is via S.uut L"tiij ami
over the Mi8 uri Pacific Hailwny. Two
trains d uly are run from lhe(!i iinl Union
Dep t, Sunt Louis to Kmsas Ci'y. Le ven
woith, A'cbison, St. Jo.seph nud Onoilia.
Pullnmn P-dace Sleeping Curs of the very
fires: make nreatt'iehed to nil tiHins.
At Kstisas City Uulon Pepot, p isserg' rs
for K inse, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trans for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for Cilifornia.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
Westsnd Northwest, imt only fust time
and superior sccomodiitions, but beautiful
scenery, us it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebrsska. Si ud for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, tic, ol this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kin-nan, F. Chanpi.i ;r,
Asa't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Geu'l Paws Agent.
A Naai Injector Tree with each bottle
of&liiloh's Cataarli Remedy. Price 50 cts.
Farmers and others desiring a eenteel,
lucrative; agency business, by which $5 to
$.'0 a day can be earned, send addre. at
once, on postal, U I. Q. Wilkinson & Co.,
193 an 1 107 Fulton street. New Yulk.
D11. Km.nk's Gkkat Nerve Rkstorku is
tho marvel of the aie for all nerve diseases,
all fits stopped free. Pond to 01 Arch
street.- Philadplnia. Pa.
nr oi)turi'alwsorj the ook-
J 'out fur thai con to IntrSfo
i their Bi n Inirii, and In PmH
I o... ..- k. . .U...A ...k.
I'Ci'lur n en 1 1 II , I uo.e w III.
tio ii'.t inipri.vo ih 'lr opp ir-
ti.nioei' r-iiiain in poverty.
We otJnr a Kreat chance to makn mouev. Wc want
mini teen, wonun, hov and elrls to work lor hi
rlcht In ihulr own lociill'tlert Anv one ran do tho
work properly fr m tho first mart. Th bus liens
will pay m"i th n ttiu times onluiary wages. Ux
pcnstveoutll' furulshed fro, No nnii who nneaKe
isl s to innko niorjuv rnprllv. Vim cun dev. to
your whole tim 1 lo tlm s.i k, or oulv your spa e
nioinentH. Fu'l liiforniitton aid a fat is needed
scnifroo. Address SJNN SOS A CO. rortlaml Me.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE t
No other dlseaao Is so pravalimt in this ooun-
NJ a IAWBUUIUUIM bum j
ll. . . ...J SIP... a. a
; eqnuisa tne eoioomoa asaonoy-" "
: euie. Whtovor the enuM, however obsuiut:
1 tM ease, tins niaony wiu oTorovmn.
tl aM.B Rl.T.n JI.ku.lnM Mill.
J BCTS-1 i. H 111 ismm
rlsVaCO plain! la Terr P
hrangiaoxui wis. wouanou -" -
mire U kinds of PUee even when physiotsns
M .1-1 L . . I A.UA.llhl
1 ourea siisuuun jrutm tvou
1 sod nedictaaa Iit before MlesL
I a. s-ane srou turn althar of tlieM tranblM
ptUOU !. USD parusysilsTf ell
' 1 jr.. rw i ji
1 l&UgJglgfr VfAjAtlg"
yj IEW 90-r. LAND CATAI.OQOB PO I.
Jilr A wfc... .s . u ... .... ntuurmm. iou 11111,,.
wiih lull instriietions for formhi(r Bsnds, dl.
finion una elft.'.tlA.-uflnn r.t I.,.........!.
WHAT uti'J HOW to purehssnj terms for
ruld orilvr plittiiiK, repsirlng, Ac. Wlllslso
nud, if desired, our Hand antl Qrthttiru
lltthtc 8-1 p. lut-st rni'iibr music. A'ldresr
Tilt K001 & SONU .iUSIU C0..CHIL'AU0.la
1V H Fill si HI BH 's
uu u ua si r
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our ronny etli.r Fl.cln-On isnlc sod Mr.gnstle
Appli'incM urd OHrmnnts Invnlunlil. nod sure
core Inr .Sarvons lieOmi Fnrnlsn. Kptlepsr. Kheuinsv
ttim, Ovnroorlied hnun, T.tl nuaiinn or Ix.ss of Viul
Fn-rior. Wenk Jlnek, Kidn.y lisnaM, 1 unit, l.trer snd
Simuhiti CunvlnliitH, m.d ma fdopixd 10 riTHil
SEX. Tlinss iir iillnnces urn Oie t-r ltet IrnprnTad
find sntire! different frnm hells rind nil othnrt. mi they
rnslilv..lr snernte ronliniinus eurrents -llhjut nclds,
cavislnii no soihi n -r Iniiutlun ol th skin een be
worn t worn ns well ,'S rst, nnd tr onlf notlexiililf to
tb wmrer. The pnwur In rennlnt"i sn ss to rtintit the
dltferent strides nf nil dlreisrs Klein Electrlo sod
MiUiQetlu tr.ium-rit Is nf bet,ptit Those tor
Cure Impotekct, Scv.inal Weakness, Lcet tt'ooo, do
TlKy Curo whin nil e!a fn'.s. Our IfiTstrsted
Pftniph'et smi- 1 1 s-nl-rl .r.rrl..... oo rtceipt of Gcents
rxt.ii,, or eouuroly v.aiii.d, fine.
IlowuiaElctro Vo rn',tlc Inso'.cs, II psrrslr ly mall,
AMERICAN C.V-VAMIO CO.,
SI2 I,'. Otli St., St. Loult, Mas
A No snrt t'oinpiolo 11 .tl, fioi.iin u T. ve
Second nnd littilroii'l streets,
Tb Vaft niter 1' imt el t'je t'hlf h'o, St Lul
bp' .lew tirl.-nim: liliuo!" t etitrai; Wshu.'h, St.
I.uut- und I'aeide; lion .Vimntuin nni S ntiu-rn,
Moh tumid tjtr.u; e uir tin a m. l.oins l;.nis.
are nil Ji'.kI ucrofs thu street; while tlio IstM.uhi.ut
Ldtui'i ii i' Imt oiiu ei.imru dl-tsui,
Tins Hotel Is bemid hy nuiitu, bus f'.i'am
Laundry, Hvdrautlc Elevator, Klmtrle Cull lie'os
Automnlle Fire-Alarms, liatha, absolutely ptif s.r
perliiet -ewHraifu and umitilete oppolntuiinis .
Superb fnriarhlna; perfect SHn'ice; stol an 1111
L. I1. PAUKKH .sz Ot)..IJf.si..s
tK S" -v A week fude at h me by 'h.1 ludm
V 1 (s 1 'rlnllH. Ile-t in,' uo.- now hef re thu
Ti "''t''. l ap tal uol needed. We
ril I Zjwlli ftart you Men. w:iieii, hoys
Tr and itirle wanted everywUe eio woik
lor 11a n, i the tune. Yon rau
work In apre time, or tivn tour whole time to the
bua 111-n. No mlier hii-liie-n 111 1 nv you nearly
n well So o' o 1 an fiitl to in like enivhions pay,
hv eii','nceiii.- at oiieif. Coa Iv merit and tirm- free
! mail-' last, essilv. nnii h 11 11 . -rti t) I v. Aitdres-
TKl'E ii. Cu., Ai',aii-tJ, nin.no
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A re(ru1nr C) en.l unris nf two medleat
eiliei;e-. bus been lo.uier einraifed In the I reel
nient of t'lirouic., Neevoui., Mon nnii
Illno.l UIm-.im s thmi anv other ilivsiliui In
rt. 1 .011 Is, us rltv papers L,.w and all old resi
dents know. CoiiMiltntloif V ntlleeor ky mall,
free and Ins lied. A irlen.ll talk or Ills opinion
costs iiuthluir. W hen It In Ineunvenleiit tnvllt
tha elly .or Ireatineiit, inedleiues ran be sent
by mull or express cvrrvn hern, I'ni alile tn es
iriiiiriititi.cd : where ilmilit exists ll is liuukly
Haled. Call 01 Write.
K"rvmia Prettration, Dobility, Mental and
Physical Weaknus, M.rcurial and cthrr
aflocticnspf Throet, Kkln and Bones, Blood
tapuriticsand Blood PoisoninT. Skin Atfec
tlons, Old Soros ard Ulcers, Impc;'iments to
Marriage, Ilbeuniat'sm, P.hs. Special
attention to cxaes from over-tyi'lted hrain.
SURGICAL CASES roeeivs special attention.
Diseaaca attsirg ft'om Iinrrurtinicua, Excesses,
Induljfen.vs or Exposures.
. It Is self.es I lent that a phvslelau paylng
riartleiilnr attention to a eluss mriisea hi infos
Fti'enl skill, and phv slemus In temiliir liraellee
al! over tlm eountrv kiuuelnv tills. IVeiiiieiitly
reeoiumend ensestn the oldest wllee In Aiio'l le.
where every known nppllniiee Is resorted to.
and tho prov.il iroixl i.iiiimII.. of all
sues mid countries nre used, A w hole house Is
Used fornillev purposes, ami all are Ir-sled wllll
skill In a respeetlnl iiiuiiiii r: ai d, kniiivliin
what to do. 1111 espei l luents are iiiinle, On ac
count of the (rreat uiiinber appls Irit. the
ehiunes nr kept, low-, olteii lower than Is
di niiiiided lv ot hi ri It sou secure the skl'l
and K"t a speei'.v and pel left lit.- erne, Unit !s
the Important ' iioilter. I'liiiipulit, Wl l-ugcs,
sent to any sihlreis iven.
Elecnnt eloth and eill blndliiK. PrsMfnrM
cents In piistni. or currency, (iver filly won.
iterml pell pictures, Ii iih In lift' article. on tha
lOllou liur Mililccts , W hoiniis inuri-v, w ho not;
svlivlf Trot er Hwe loiiiiin y. Who nnrry llrat,
liiiilinod, oiiiiinhoo l. I'hv.lenl deenv. Who
"liotilil insri'V. Uow life aiol Iripplness may lo
mereascil. Those luiii'i nd or i-i.nt. uii.liillna
t nrrs Iiik Khou'nl re.ul It. It nuuht to lie reiul
nv ail mliilt 1 -ini.il!. then under loelt and
ki'V. 1'opiilnr e-IM Ion, i.niiie 111 iil.ni 11. but pnpef
rover iiiul 2'-0 hk' '5 etntj h; 111 all, 111 money
K 1! 1 1 1 1
,,i:A;;,ii:ffi f I
jM 9l 'mrVTrT'tnmm,t "iY-TTHI A I'verlul I'teiiariUUiueoiii
I iTi N J ?M ""I I II Imposed mostly of tssentlul Oils
1 1 1 1 "nLiJ JLlr'Lr"! ,-CJrhoniostnnetriitlnRLInlmeni
WBmmMiKmHmKmHttEmmknimn. Ho riiiieontriito.l ilmtn
rrw nitui-N bpiuipu to 1110 surtiico will Penetrate to the vory Bone,
ind almoat Instantly RELICVt PAIN! It will nnt-. find ointhino-.
nor dlaoolor the Skin, or leave
has no rwiTAt, for tho Cure of Rhenmrit lam.
Stitf Jolnti, Nenrolitits, Lame Bssok, Crtunuat- ToothA(li
Sore Throat, Pniiwlii tlte Limb or lu any part of tlio byateni
hi ui is eiiumiy eiiieai'ious mr an pain a in me Btomaca ana tfow
retjiilrluB imwerful tllfluHive Btlmulaut. Bee Mfmlt'a Atmnnnr
A sk your Druggist tor It. Price 60
Prepared only by JACOB I. M2IRIUEXL,
As y ur mlikisn to
ri ll ryoiir milk In h
W It KN Mi LU JARS,
If the milk la puru the
rrearn ran he seen In
v. rr ur. If no e esm
11. It I- nnt aa It
eh "ii d heond needs our
a'tentloii The milk Is
eicaner. svnefr ami pa-
er he-ea iu th i War-
r- n M'lk Jon than r
oilierwsy, 'yhey hra used
II . II I h .. I....... -I.I . J
5-, ar.i aili oi. it 1,. il -m...
ai.il t wii. oen'ars end price, on apiillrst'oa
to V. U. WHITEMAV. 7i .Vn.rn St., W York.
''( AliVR'tTI-sF RS LmvcHt Until, lor ad rtl
J Inir 111 mm (food uewspaier senl tree. Address
CiEo. I'. JiO, iil.L t.'t , lu sprin obt., N. y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
- '-WW.--W v.i.ni 1 . - iv erw nilu
Hlnod, snd s ill enuiilnOlvcha''a the blood in the en.
... - j ... m in, 1 11 n, n ii . "ii wuifw i.i HTnV
1 pilleseh mehtfrmii I to lUwekmnebere-t-irrd
to sound h-lth, if such a thmir hBiKiss.l.ln. Kulilev
ervwhere, orsenfc hyinall for ( letter stsmp-, 1 S.
JouMju.n k to., Huston, Mum., furuiurly lUuor, Me
otsiliiC i" Vitrltt tugirii .' 11 1'.r tn
curt: 01 AcitiitiU. Hit-siitk-t. h'ti'i, 1 ct-i-r. hi .sorer
Pore K.vf, Mtrrt'itru. Mir-iwsj, Cvurrlt I,- of
ApiM'I'tt, Titmila Ccmplaiuti, m.-l m tllMttl
(l4v.si4V It new Us. All .1 , -gut imi
coutury ure It if pen !. it. It. . Killer
S L W A I ) V ! R T I S K M E X Ts .
NO USE FOR THEM.
Concerning: Certain Relics of the rust
Logs that have had their uay.
Oaore Sieiih'inson's "Hockut," and the mognl-
flceiit locomotives of tn-ilav. am hni It iirw.n tk.
samu Konniil prlncljihi, yet the mmhlne with
which thu nr.-nt luiRinccr a-tot.Miud hln age l In
Itr.stliuj uuw onya-si til nut rat Ion of the betrln-
limit "i me invention, m re werj pUairr. with
hnlealti ihmn lonir lini.iru HKSo's ripeta
roitoL's l'LASiElt diirpriaid both the public
aud tho physicians! id t.10 t-lu .to b of iha Pun.
clna la f.. mined upon the partial snrcemea, or the
u.tir uuures or He predecessors, Evurytbliig of
value in the uM porou pin-ter Is retnl ei) m the
Capclne; biitiw th a point s i loniparslon ends,
and contrast begins. F. r example:
The old phiiKers wotesluw In tbtlr action; th
Capcine la qtilck 11 ml suio.
The old plasters latiied tho power to do more
than to Impart sHulil, temporary n il f n canes
easy of trmtnii tit ; tho Capctnu pitietratis the
ayeti-m and pormnt.cntly curve thu troubles for
which it Is reeommeiid-.-d,
Th.! old pla-cra (!e, euil d forary g od results
they miL'ht attain up n au Incldont urn elr makers
and (he uaJ;oi f il'h of their wenrem; the Benson's
reaches Its- enda by matis of the sclon-iUc corabt-
uui.uii 01 mo ri.re uuQii inal ingredients wnicb. it
Id hr!ef, the oi l p'atera, 11 ko H'ephcneon's dls
carde'l eiiRlne, are awlnlud fT 'hn track, wLlla
thj Xlenson's ko. a on lis wav winning golden opin
lona from all sirta of people.
Vet In this very f.ict 11 a tbi levlluR danger to
tho pci'pln who buy and ne thla Reliable and sci
entific, rcnvily. "Ii,pocrly ta tho tribute 4lce
paya to virtu " tml atloti la the concession fail
ure makes to success Buunou'ii Masters are pa
rodied In nnme and stjio.
li 'Ware. of swindles. The Reutllnfi havo the word
CAI'CXE cct in the center. 1 rkc 25 cents.
heahu y iS: .ii hu-on. thetnlfcis. New Y rk.
I naie a p.-ul. o romoiiy f..r lnv at).-n) ttls.'usa; by lie
'" Itiensaiiils of eases of tho worst sin. I ai.J of fon
lundinj hnvs bonn cured. Iroto.-.i, str-np Is mv oiltS
m Us eillescy, t'mi I iml 5n,l rii'o HOTn.r ( F tt'E to
teiher with aV.sl.t-AUI.KTIlK.Vl lsa nn tiii, Uism. u
UisuUorer. Give Uxpn s ami f. o. ail.lres.
I'll. T. A. SLOCtil, 11 Pi.ailtt.,N0Tork.
FARlIKli'S SUNS AD PAUGItrERS
t'r "y Ae'lv Mun m Won 101
iu t ash, wnrkii.K f r th m'Tie oi Kr ' er.
AditresH K A. K. JIACX.TT, Ft Wuyue, Ind.
M ' 11 1 on si.l. 1 1 th no 11 toil on rolls as (lesortera
a ajPtv' i'iiu.sUMi-i apply
IslHlCO ntonce. Pond twolJ.
C'O t smiiim
1 t a 1" OP TART & CO.,
.ot A, t., asliiniitoii, I. C,
413 U htroot
Kittipsfed and prncliciil xToer now a"ent to our
motto "'Hint I lie I111II11T Noi Hi jsn d 110
trosvn lliiit-nrlier llieir pioiliii't sis i-1 lii'.
We oiler tins y.wraftill huo i f btiuidnrd l otaues,
trim Mniiiiie.KTownou ilryupluu I; SeotvU r'vtesi d
lllue SU'tn heat; White ltiisusiim 0..t : LUniiVaCtu
biiire.saidto benne week earlier than Jjir y Vorkiour
North Htnr Yo.linvIicntOoru at..lt ,un 1 fie liiil, mil
foe oih(er iscuiial 10 any; of onion rn t, tomatota,
earrota, pem, &o , Ae , a full hue e'..U-rwo crop, sll
Issj irrositli. il iniroivn f'rine. Wud lit 0 for ilnck
pouila alwiiv.on hr.ua f .p bpiiiisr or K.-ll aowirir.
till Annual rvitaln-iui. trrt. .U. i! ' ,T('A l,i.',
i. ru wer, luipoi 'tvi'tV J obbir, im. I'uul, Aliuu.
H WJ A J.eoiIIna London Tliye"
El u leiiu rutu.o.idir. na
lr. At. M"oroto (lnte ef LomlmiS, nli.s rnsltes a spo
(laity of Rpllepty, bus s lllmilt llei;li trrntuU s nl (lUi'il
Inure esses limn imvether llvlntf phv "loin... 11 . irnri'CfcS
lias simply l.-eirn-.tmilililtiK; ssu linvo lii ard of r.-.ui of
over so yeni-s1 stuiiitinjr sureassfuliy eui-ol lis- M-ii. II
has published a svmk on this fl.vno, trnlrn In tir.ils
Ulih l.ireo linnlfs ol III wnmlorli.l cun) freo l-i rny i"f.
f rer whi nuiir send their expness anil P. o.Adarot.s Ve
sUvUsov 0111s svlsliliiit ni nro t.ia.i.lre-s
l'r. AU. AliinauuLlk, IS u itt Julm St., Nos? TmL,
dlsaerponiiin otT..ei. nf
- a n 11.
cts per bottle
J liilltrpllV L
I. "-Lff. ' 1MW-?V
' 1 -:;?v-
Mm mum SWEET COST
- r 1 jaTiei-w