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THE AEG US, SATURDAY, FJEBHTJAEY 10, 1900.
EAGLE fffi SHAW
. F-iDo. Densed "-a f
BLT0!r, Mo., July tt.
For years I (offered terrible pains every
month and my doctor told mo I could not
b cured except by an operation. I felt I
could not aubtnit to that and waaao dee
pondent I had given up all nopea o a cure.
My buaband insisted on my trying Wine of
Cardui and at lat thank God I did try It.
Last month I did not have a pain, and did
ail my work, which I had not done in seven
AIRS. MIN'NIE LITTLE.
Modesty is the crowning virtue of American women. It is the trilt
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all
created things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
prefer to sutler untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting to an examination is revolt
ing. They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui
permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure
" female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
is required they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and their letters w ill be promptly answered by
a -WW. -m aaa
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Subscribe for Thic An;is.
women trained in the cure 01
womanly weaknesses and irregu
larities. There should be no hesita
tion. Delayed treatment means a
chronic condition. The longer
postponed the harder to cure.
OF WINE OF CARDUI
THE DRUG STORE.
- A. - V,.! Wa M sft stl h m is!
CHAS E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ina. Co.. - Newark, N. J
traders Ins. Co., - - Clnicago, 111
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security Ina, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
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rrest majority of them read eo other
morning new. paper.
The Chicago Tribune prinU mora
adrertisinx year in and ysar OBt than
any newspaper ia tba Wut
A Great Advertising Medium.
FRIENDSHIP OF RUSSIA.
What the Czar's Realm Offers
to the United States.'
VIEW3 OF COUNT DE CASSIBI.
Gistantic Field of Commerce Which.
Me a In Siberia BlfcT naiiroad Line
to Develop It American Mannfnr
tnrea Declared to Be Better Than
Any In the World.
Count tie Cassiui. the Hussion era-
Lassatlor at Washlugtou. recently dis
cusseil witli tlie oorrosjKtiiilont of the
Chicago Times-IIeralJ the relations of
Lis government to the L'uftetl States
anil tlie iosslbilities of the "open door"
In the orient.
"Whether or not the Itusslau open
door at Vladivostok and Talien Wan is
hospitable to American products Is a
matter of fait and not of argument
he said. '"Ktissia has been decidedly
friendly to the merchants and manu
facturers of the United States. In the
projection of vast enterprises under
way lu Siberia the imperial Russian
government has been at some pains to
seek American markets and to make
Important purchases therein.
"IUissIa has purchased from the
United States thousands and thousauds
of tons of steel rails for the construe
tion of the Silierian railroad. It also
has purchased more than 3H locomo
tives in tlie United States. These have
been shipped to Russia and Siberia
and. together with the warships manu
factured by the Cramps, make. a con
siderable account. These purchases
were not made altogether because the
imperial Russian government was
friendly to the United States, but be
cause the manufactures of the United
States are not only cheaper but better
than any others in the world.
'When the United States, some SO
years ago. contemplated the I'acitic
railroads as a dream, the task was not
as difficult as that which confronted
Russia, but both succeeded. It is only
necessarv for America to look back to
those days and remember the barren
wastes of weary miles which have
grown into prosperous ami jnipulous
states to understand the possibilities
which tlie Trausslberiau railroad opens
to tlie world.
"Siberia is equal in area to Canada
and the Unitvd States. It is equal in
diversified resources. A scattered pop
illation of about o.OUO.ihhI occupies this
empire. With tlie growth of the Unit
ed States from similar causes as an ex
ample it is well within bounds to say
that in Siberia lies the greatest market
and tlie largest theater for American
enterprise siuce tlie I'acitic railroads
opened up your own west.
Russia oilers the most alluring in
ducements t American capital to as
sist in the development of this empire.
In the tirst place, ail mining ami agri
cultural machinery destined for this re
gion is absolutely free of duty or oth
er hindrance at the port of Talieu Wan
or Vladivostok. All articles of tirst
necessity are also free, and the same is
true of foodstuffs which enter largely
into the life of the poorer classes.
"Russia is determined that the ad
vantages freely offered to Americans
Mhall bo understood. To this end ar
rangements are being made for an
American-Russian exhibit to follow the
I'aris exposition. Merchants and man
ufacturers will be invited to display
their goods at either Moscow or St. IV
tersburg. and negotiations are being
favorably considered by Russia to
transfer tlie whole Russian exhibit at
the I'aris exposition to I'hiladf lphia as
a permanent exhibition. Americans
who desire to avail themselves of the
advantages of the Moscow or St. I'e
tersburg exposition will lie given great
ly reduced freight rates and other sub
stantial Inducements to make tills in
ternational affair a complete s:iceess
and a lasting benefit to the two people
"So far as the China trade at Talien
Wan is concerned, only the Chinese du
ties will be collected, but as the busi
ness at Talien Wan will be Siberian
rather than Chinese of course the Unit
ed States is more interested in the lat
ter aspect. For'this reason Russia has
had to consider a very delicate and
complicated problem in determining
the answer to tlie United States con
cerning the open door.
"Irimarily the door was open and
will always remain open. It is a case
of sheer necessity, but interests of im
perial magnitude had to be safeguard
ed. The same assurance which would
be very easy and natural in the case of
a mere market port established for the
same reason that a merchant opens a
store could not be so easily given re
garding a port intended to supply the
wants of Siberia and be the entrepot
of the gigantic commerce which will
result when the Transsiberian railroad
clips SO to 40 days from the journey
round the world."
Artistic llsnslisn Memorial.
Like an illuminated missal of old was
the memorial which the Hawaiian peo
ple presented to congress recently, says
the Washington Post. It was hand
somely bound in seal leather, and the
engrossing was in old German text,
w-ith the capital letters colored in red
and gold, with all sorts of beautiful
decorations. At the top of the memo
rial, which -appeals to congress for
some legislation for the Udands. was a
shield of red. white and blue. The en
tire work was done at Honolulu, and
it shows that the people of the island
are net lacking in artistic taste. "
Hew Work Afcont Mood r.
William R. Moody, son of the late
Dwigl.t I.. Moody, the famous evangel
let, is now preparing an authentic
biography of his father. The family
Portrait and many other Illustrations
will appear in this work.
INDIAN BRIDE ON THE BLOCK
Osage Girl to Be Sold to the Hichest
The aristocracy of the Osage Indians
In the Indian Territory are looking for
ward to tlie marriage of Mary Corn
dropper, tlie only daughter of ex-Chief
Frank Corndropper. with great pleas
tire, says the St. Louis ;iole-I)enio-crat.
According to a custom in vogue
among tlie Usages from time imme
morial, she will be sold to the highest
bidder, the cojuiH-nsation being made
in ponies. Chief Corndropper lives
about 45 miles southwest of Independ
ence, Kan., and. owing to his former
official capacity, is one of the lost
known Indian braves in the territory.
Of course he and his wife are full
bloods, and as ouly full bloods can in
termarry In this tribe only that class
of Osages will be allowed to bid on the
Mary is an exceptionally good look
ing squaw. She is ".1 years old. but
lias not much education. She has been
twice before sold In marriage and be
cause of her beauty brought "heaps of
pouies" both times. Her tirst husband
was Tall Chief, who paid 4t0 ponies.
John Logan, a prominent member of
the Osage council, was the second hus
band, and he paid 300 pouies. Both
marriages proved unhappy and sepa
ration followed. This is why she is to
be put upon the block agaiu.
In accordance to an ironclad rule
among this tribe the parents of the
competing young men will have to do
the bidding, and the bride, who will be
arrayed in blankets trimmed with silks
and beads of the gaudiest colors, prin
cipally scarlet, will announce the result
by riding into the arms of the success
ful bidder. Tlie marriage ceremony is
then completed by tlie parents of tho
bride taking her into the house, where
she will be stripped of all her clothing,
which will then be torn in two and di
vided equally between the parents of
the bride and the groom, who will re
tain them as long as the couple live
After the marriage ceremony a big
feast will be hal. in which many
beeves will be consumed, and the fes
tivities will be concluded with a da flee
lasting three days. About 30 guests
will be invited to attend tlie wedding
and dance. Miss Mary, like tlie rest of
her tribe, is quite rich, and 1.1MO acres
of land will go to her husband as soon
as they are wedded. The couple will
live with the bride's parents.
A Ravenswood man tells this story
about a friend of his whose business
takes him away from home frequently;
For the last month or so he has had
a respite, and his neighbors have no
ticed the unusual length of his visit to
bJs own house. One of them asked
liini recently if he had got pretty well
acquainted with the members of his
"I think I am making an impres
sion." he responded. "My little girl
went to her mother the other day and
said, 'That man who comes here some
times spanked me today. " Chicago
Ills Life Was Saved.
J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says: 'Iwas taken
with typhoid fever that ran into pneu
monia. My lungs became hardened.
I was so weak I couldn't even sit up
in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex
pected to soon die of consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis
covery. One bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it, and now am
well and strong. I oan't say too
much in its praise." This marvelous
medicine is the surest and quickest
cure in the world for all throat and
lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents
and f 1. Trial bottles free at Hartr. &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
iermentation oi nnaigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make yon satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. H.
Rheumatism Cored in n Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
nrst aose greativ oenents. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto (Jrotjan, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gustavo Schle-
gel & Son, 220 West Second street.
Misunderstood symptoms of disease
lead doctors to treat something else
when the kidneys are out of order.
Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you
health when other medicines have
failed. All druggists.
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. " Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im-
ossible. lor sale bv Marshall &
Thi laid Yon Haw Batfi
t eanmc cn cinnm tTtat. Rnmr TWM
might be, and are, really harmful ; when on the other hand it is easily proved
restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
We have published in the newspapers of tho United States more genuine
published in the interest of any other medicine.
We have thousands like the following addressed to Mrs. Pinkham :
Monthly Suffering Back
ache and Bearing-down
Pains always Cured by
Lydia Em Pinkham's Vege
" I suffered untold agony eveiy
month, could get no relief until I tried
your medicine : your letter of advice,
and a few bottles of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound have made
me the happiest woman alive. I shall
bless yon as lonjr as I live." Miss
Joie Saul, Dover, Mich.
' Four years ao I had almost given
up hope of ever being well again. 1
was afflicted with those dreadful head
ache spells which would sometimes
last three or four d;vys. Also had back
ache, bearing-down pains, leucorr
hoaa. dizziness, and terrible pains at
monthly periods confining me to my
bed. After reading so many, testi
monials for your medicine. I concluded
to try it. I began to pick tip after
taking the tirst bottle, and have con
tinued to gain rapidly, and now feel
like a different woman. I can recom
mend Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound in highest terms to all sick
women." Miss Rosa Helden, ia6
V. Cleveland Ave., Canton, O.
BswD - i , M I
E2b. BELL'S Pti3E-TAR-HONEY
Nature's Remedy improved
advances a New Theory in the Treatment of Coughs. It cures the Cough by curing the
Cause. This remedy cuts the mucus and destroys the germs of disease and heals and soothes,
so that there is no inclination to cough. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Lung
Soreness disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of spring.
TRY A 25o BOTTLE ON A GUARANTEE.
ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price
if it fails to give entire satisfaction in any and all cases, child or adult.
Dr. Bell's Plne-Tsr-Honey Is the best cough
remgdy we have ever used My wife bar! a ae--ere
case of bronchitis and throat trouble, and
sample bottle relieved her to snch an extent
that I bought a dollar bottle for her, and ahe ia
now almost fullv recovered We will never be
without Dr. Bell's Pine-Tsr-Honey In our
bouse. T. A. Wilbnrn, Taylorsrille, Ky.
Lookout for Substitutes: Demand BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY
And do not let any druggist offer you one of those cheap syndicate cough mixtures on which he makes a big profit
DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY is sold by all good druggists.
Prepared only by THE K. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO., I'adurab, Ky,
For Sale at Bahnsens Drug Storef Corner Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street,
Best Dining Car Service.
if a person is HI and needs a medlotao is it
not wsso to get one that has stood tho tost of
time and has hundreds of thousands of cures
to its credit ?
A great many women who are Hi try every
thing they hear of in tho way of medicine, and
this experimenting with unknown drugs Is a
vincanf menace to their already Impaired
This is TPtr unwise, for
ments and have bcen kaown
Take for instance,
Lydia Em Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
For thirty vears its record has been one unbroken chain of ue
cess. No mediciue for female ills the world has ever known has such
a record for cures.
- .le wilt tatcn medicines about which they
Another Case of Kid
ney, Womb and Bladder
Trouble Cured by Lydia
Em Pinkham's Vegetable
'Dkar Fi:ikni Two years ago I
had child-bed fever and womb trouble
in its worst form. For eight months
after birth of bale I was not able to sit
up. Doctors treated me. but with no
help. I had bearing-down pains, burn
ing in stomach, kidney and bladder
trouble, and my back was so stitT and
sore.The right ovary wasbadlyaffected
anil everything I ate distressed me, and
there was a bad discharge.
I was confined to my bed when I
wrote to you for advice and followed
your directions faithfully, taking
"Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. Liver Pills.and using the Wash,
nnd am now able to do the most of my
housework. I believe I should have
died if it had not been for your Com
pound. I hope this letter may be the
result of benefiting some other suffer
ing woman. I recommended your Com
pound to everv one." Mrs. Mary
Vaughan, Trimble, Pulaski Co., Ky.
WEAK AND WEARY C0UQH-W0RN LUNGS.
bv science to a harmless, pleasant, positive cure.
BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS never linger in
with that most natural and speedy cure.
I hare sold Pine-Tar-Honey for one year.
Find It a splendid remedy and good seller.
Sold five bottles to Miss Stella Howell, of thia
place, who waa considered to have consump
tion. She is now in a;ood health. J. T. Gra
ham, Druggist. Orantsburg, 111.
there are remedies which are no experi
years nnd years to be doing only good.
really know nothinrr. some of which
that over one million women have been
- . , , . .
testimonial letters than have ever been
A Letter Which Proves
That Lydia Em Pinkham's
Will Remove Tumor and
Cure Other Weakness,
"Two years ago I was a great suf
ferer from womb trouble und profuse
flowingcach month, and tumors would
form in the womb. I had four tumors
in two years. I went through treat
ment with doctors, but. they did me no
good, and 1 thought I would have to
resort to morphine.
"The doctor said that all that could
help me was to have an operat ion nnd
have the womb removed, but I bad
heard of Mrs. Pinkham's medicine and
decided to try it. and wrote for her
advice, and after taking her Vegetable
Compound the tumors were expelled
and I began to get stronger right
along, and am well as ever lief ore. Can
truly say that I would never bud got
ten well had it not been for Lydia E.
Pinkham's Compound." Mary A
Stahl, Watsontown, Pa.
I hsd a ery severe cold and sore throat la
fart, I thought I was taking pneumonia. I got
a M-cent bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey,
and after using it one day and night I can say
that it is the best remedy that I erer used I
recommend it highly to everybody . Lawli O.
Davis, J. P.. AlleuvUle, Mo.
The Old Fashioned Pumps.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street,