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IttarMfcOUMMMTI IUIHHIIMI Iawwi
USEFUL AM) Hl'MUKSTlVE.
Common plustor of Paris figures
yinay bo mailo to look liko iilnbiislur by
simply dipping them into n strong solu
tion of ilium water.
A goo 1 mixture of grass lor pasture
is six l.omids of tlmoLhv. twelve oounds '
of orchard grass, twelve pounds of blue i
frnwa. iSvn twiniul j .f vi.llfiw mil. imi.
Iivo pound of tall fescue. live pounds
"J TVIIWIBaaiaiVS V-I -.' (. a m u J
of rod top and live pounds of meadow
fescue. This gives ii succession of feed,
and makes a close sod. No one single
grass will make a close, dense sod as a
Brazilian Tea-Dish. Taku some
slices of bread about half an inch thick,
cut oil" all crust, steep the bread in a
little milk; when soakoil through cover
each piece with beaten yelk of urr, and
fry with butter a light brown; then
iirraiijrc the slices on a hot p'atr
lay on each piece a tolerably thick cov
ing of powdered sugar and cinnamon
A successful Boston llorist
mrisi pys !
1 ot starting ,
ilants. lii- i
the following as his method
slips oi rare and tender
(turnout h the usual layer ot sanu in
which the slips ure planted, and cover
ing the bottom 01 the pot or box, he
places a layer of oats, which, when
soaked with moisture, exude a inueil
agenous substance, acting as a stimu
lant and feeder to the tender roots of
the slip. By this method lie seldom fails
to root his "slips.
White Cake.- Five cups of Hour,
three Mips of sugar, one and a half cups
of butler, one cup of milk, eleven eggs
(whites only), two teaspoonl'uls of
cream tartar, one icaspooiiful of soda,
half glass of rosewaior. Cream the
butter and sugar; boat tho whites of the
eggs to a froth: add a little at a time,
beating well; add milk with soda dis
solved in it; then Hour with the cream
tartar well mixed in it; then roso water,
or any other flavoring you prefer.
Mangoes. Cut a small piece from
the end ot a green musk melon, remove
the seeds and mix thorn with mustard
seed and slued garlic; slufl'tho melon
full and replace tho cut pieco. Hind it
up witli pack thread. Boil vinegar
with popper, salt, giiger ami all '.no
sweet spices, pour it boiling hoi over
the mangoes dexing four successive
days, and on tho last add to it Hour of
mustard and scraped horse radish.
Cover the mangoes well with this vine
gar. Largo cucumbers may bo mado
into mangoes if desired.
Tomato Preserves.--Nice tomato
preserves can bo mado in the following
m inner. Select smooth, rino tomatoes,
seaUl and remove tho skins and the
hard part near" tho stem. Cut a gash
in each lobe, and with tho thumb re
move the seeds. Kins well in cold
water, which will remove any stray
seeds and the slime. To o cry pound
of fruit thus prupurejj, allow half n
pound of sugar, cook until clear, and
just before taking from the lire add
lemons cut in thin slices, in the propor
tion of about one lemon to every pound
of fruit. K.uop in air tight jars tho
same as other truit.
The Hu ai New-Yorker expresses
astonishment that any one wlio.o busi
ness it is to plow should not know how
to attach a chain for the purpose of cov
ering weeds. Hut as many do not, it
gives the following expl ination of the
process: The chain is looped around
the plow beam at tho standard. It is
made to trail so that it is just in ndvaneo
of the falling fiuTowand barely escapes
being covered. Tho other end is fast
enoifto the double tree; or it may be
fastened to a bar bolted to the beam
(near the forward end) and braced.
Thiu, it adds, should bo kuo'vn bj every
one who handles a plow.
The Fitfhl Against Chinch Bugs.
Tho damage done to wheat Holds dur
ing the current season by chinch bugs
has been so widespread ami of such a
serious nature as to necessitate con
certed action among farmers in locali
ties afllicted bv this pest. Farmers'
clubs are discussini; ways and means of
prevention, and in several neighbor
hoods cultivators have pledgod them
selves to abandon wheat culture until
susli time as tiio post will have been
Experience appears to have proven
that gram on now soil is comparatively
exempt from tho ravages of the chinch
bugs; also that any soil fed liberally
with fertilizers rich in nitrogen is liable
to escape. Divcrsiliod , farming is gen
erally considered to be tho sovereign
remedy. To make this remedy, us in
deed any oilier, ellective. farmers must
work iu concert over tho section of
country pervaded by these posts.
As is well known, moisture has a ten
dency to destroy chinch bugs, and when
unco a Hold is overrun, irrigation is the
only known moans ot saving tho grow
ing crop. Dry weather being favorab'o
to tlicse pests, there osists an unusual
demand lor early and concerted action
during the lull of 1831 uiiioiur fanners
whoso crops have been visited by chinch
bugs. Where in. gat ion is impossible,
burning ovor tho infested Holds is ad
vised by scientists who have invest i
gatod the matter: also, carrying the
ltery ordeal into all hiding-places in and
about tho Holds. Small areas that can
not for any reason with satoty bo sub
jected to lire should be thoroughly and
repeatedly drenched with water. Plow
ing tho land for spring crops during tho
autumn and rolling it ropoatcdh, after
seeding is thought to possess advan
tages. Clean culture bringing up of old
hinds by a generous use of proper fer
teili.ers and discarding grain crops for
a time, if adopted as a rule, will not
only very materially diminish the army
of chinch bugs now abroad throughout
the country, but diminish the number
of oilier injurious insects against which
farmers have to contend. xY. Y. World.
A. Clever Capture.
j By the patience and astuteness of a
' policeman in Paris, a band of very dim
erous thieves has just been broken up.
The gang consisted of eleven men mid
throe women, the former bo'iiir attired
i the uniform of commissionaires or
porters belonging to the Messagorios,
bv which means thoy wore enabled to
stand about the streets in communica
tion with each other without exciting
suspicion. Their operations were car
ried on in the business streets, such as
the Hue des Jouucurs and tho Kuc do
Soulier. During the last few weeks
many complaints have been made of
robberies from clerks and others engaged
in carrying goods. The p 'lice agent
in question, suspecting the plot, and
noticing certain signs of recognition be
tween the men and women, caused a
;il,t Wl'' somo l'1'18 f merchandise in
li io uu unvuu io u imrucuiiir uousu;
and, while the driver wont in for orders,
he noticed that tho pretended porters
closed up and each ot them abstracted
a j)urcoii while tho women kept watch.
.jjl(J ,,ttor were at once arrested, ho
ult tlitsy could not give an alarm, and
tho thieves were followed to a wine
shop and taken red-handed. In their
lodgings wore found largo quantities of
goods which had been thus abstracted.
Young Maloney do Smith, who ex
terminates melody with a liddlo, to old
Colonel Northebto " Colonel, you
must be on hand to-night at the Do
Smith mansion. 1 want you to hear
somo really good music. 1 will give a
few solos on the violin to a few invito'
guests, and afterward, at eight o'clock,
wo will have some refreshments oy.s
tors, wine, cigars, you know." " M
dear boy, I will bo on hand a littlo aft
er oight. Uely on mo."
It would bo supposed from Its popularity
that only one substance is now known to the
world for the relief of rheumatism, ami that
Is St. .Jacobs Oil. St. Loins Mo.) Dhjxitch.
Timt'i'Y-Tvo circusscs are bleeding this
unhappy land. What a tough time of It
those poor old Jokes are having ! J'urk.
Mu. K. l'uitcr.i.l., Xo. 11 Ann street, Now
York, used St. Jacobs Oil for rheumatism
with entire relief writes u New York Jour
nal. Jlichmond ( III.) Christian Advocate.
"When vou drink with a friend, should
you innucutaU'ly retreat V" Yes, If you
have tho jeiiso to do so. Philadelphia Vu.
Goldks Mkdicai. Discovimv" (Trade
mark rcgisteicd) is not only a sovereign
remedy for consumption, but also for con
bumpliv? niglit-oweats, bronchitis, coughs,
hpltting of blood, weak hums, shortness of
breath, and kindred affections of the throat
and chest. Uy druggists.
Tin: explosion of u can of baked beans re
veals a shocking possibility of tho entire de
struction of tho eilyof ilo.ilMii. Hlmlra Fret
lOntored from n Ilerllm.
Neurit Um:Kcn, N. Y., April i, 18S0.
Dlt. It. V. Pii'.KCK, Buffalo, N. Y.: D-ar
ilir I feel It my duty to write and thank ou
for what your "Golden Medical Discoviry"
and ' Favorite Prescription" have done for
my daughter. It is now live weeks since she
began their use. .She is more fleshy, lias
more color in her face, no headache, and Is
in other ways greatly improved.
Yours truly, Mits. Mauckm.a Mvr.us.
Tiy: man who went to sec tho board
fence', retired when ho heard tho fence rail
and saw tho plank walk. Huston Transcript.
I! runt I firm.
Ladies, you cannot make fair skin, rosy
checks and sparkling eyes with all tho cos
metics of France, or beautillers of the world,
while in poor health, and nothing will give
you such good health, strength, bouyant
spirits and beauty as Hop Bitters. A trial
is certain proof. See another column.
Tin: refined man doesn't call another a
liar. Ho calls him a weather prophet. Hos
UNi.uci: other cathartic-, Dr. Tierce's
" Pellets" do not render the bowels costive
after operation, but, on tho contrary, estab
lish u peiinanently healthy action. Bciwj
entirely tetctaMi no particular caro Is requir
ed while using tlnni. Hy druggists.
It is easier for tho doctors to get a bulle
tin than to get u bullot out. Texas Stfttnus.
Purify the blood by cleaning the system of
foul humors, and by giving strength to the
liver, kidneys and bowels, to perform their
regular function-. Kidney-Wort will do it.
This remedy 1- now prepared in liquid as well
as in dry tonn.lnUr-Ouan.
Kilt anil Mnfiiltnf.
15c. box "Kotujli on Hats" keeps a house freo
from tiles, bed-bugs, roaches, rats, mice, &i
Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes, uso Dr. Isaac
Thompcon's Lye Water. Druggist6 sell it,
your druggist ior ucuuuur-s itussia
Keep it iu house In ca.se of accidents.
Frazer Axle Grease Is the best Iu tho
Sold o vi" y where I'su it-
ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
S. W. Cor. Stato nnd Monroo Stu.
Soliool of Drawing and Painting,
Tin' Kail Ti rm will on'n Oct .1, after which 1'nplM
miy i-nii-rut uiiy tluii- lumim dun It Rlt n n aiil.uly
In Drawing from III' I'lut. tin Antique, nnl fiom ife,
j'erwpirtlvr. t inyon .mil Olinrrnui linnvluK, Fifteen
uiIiiiiip Skiti IiIiik. I'alinlmslii Oil and Water folura
Artlxilr Aimtuini.ri'iiuiul Ink Ju-uwliiu, nnd Ktihlnj
Tuition IVo, 935 for Three .Month.
Iniluili muiy or nil tin- utnni branrlii , Mini al-ullie uo
of i In- N liuol I.lliriir on Art 'I li.- tinrln r un
Hkmiy I". Seur.Aii iirnl. I Koy KonpniRoN, I'rofcus
or of Oruwlnt: ami I'lilndiiK, ,1 H. Vamikispoki., In
structor n nrawlmji N. II. OtKrKMKit. IminirtoMn
rctsiKctlve; W. M It. riiKM'ii. Dlri'i-mr nnd l.rnurur
en Art lit tr Anatuiny; Miu. K. N. Ho.mi, '1 i-uUht of
Bend for Clrculnr to , W. M. It. ntKKCII,
iccrctary CUlwso Academy of t'luv Arts,
ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE in regard
to tho groat curative proportion of
Clear and Explicit Statements from
well-known Pcrsons,vhich should
ConvincG the Most Skeptical.
No Medicines Have Ever Been Intro
duced to the Publir. that can Show
Such an Array of Evidence
in their Favor.
For other Certificates of Cures send for
Dr. Sclicnck's Book on Consumption, Liver
Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives a full
description of these diseases in their vari
ous forms, also, valuable Information In
regard to the (Hot and clothing of the sick:
how nnd when exercise should be taken,
&.c. This book Is the result or many years
of experience in the treatment ot Lung Dis
eases, and should tic mail not only by the
afflicted, but by those who, from hereditary
taint or other cause, supposo themselves
liable to any affection of tho throat or lungs.
IT IS SENT FREE-
Post Paid to all Applicants.
Address Dr. J. H. Schcnck & Son, 537
Aroh St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Go and sec the people who write the fol
lowing letters, if possible.
'onmiiitln Ciircri-llcnil till letter
I'roni Mr. Illicit, l I.u I'ortc, Intl.
In the year 187'2 I was Mifferiuj; with Con
fiiiniUlon, niul had gotten o low that I hud
no hopo of ever fjottliitf wi'll ujjaln. I waited
for death to put an end to my HufferiuH.
There was one of my frlriids who was jior
hlnlently trying to hai' mi' use your Pul
monic Syrup n ml Seaweed Tonie, hut I ut
terly refused to net tinv more medicine. I
wrusdixpuMrd with nieilieine. I had tried ho
many different luedli'ities wit limit helm?
helped hy any. r'lmllnu that I was not to
he perrmaded, he houulil some of your Pul
monic .s nip and Seaweed Tonie himself,
and hrouht them to me. I at tlr.st refused
to touch them. I didnm want to he exper
imented on, hut tlnnlly consented to use
them merely to sniWj'hhn, not that I ex
pected they would do ine any jjo-ml. I com
menced taking the Pulmonic .syrup and sea
weed Tonic, and to iny Kteat surprise felt
almost Iminediate relief, and was encouraged
to continue using them. .My condition im
proved under their uc, until, in time 1
grew perfectly well, no trace of tho dUeao
remaining. My lungs had healed up and
grew Htronger than oer. I was permanent
ly cured, as 1 have had no trouble with my
lungs since Unit time.
I owe my life entirely to your medicines.
Nothing else Mivcd me. 1 will hear cheerful
testimony to tho great virtues possessed hy
your medicines. 1 know of several other
eases here where uuir medicines have been
used with entire success. I am well known
here, being one of the original (ierman set
tlers lu La Porto Co., and having been iu
the livery business for many vears.
N. It. 1 can, and will, If necessary, swear
before any .lustlee of the Peace, to all that
1 huvo said iu the above statement.
La Torto, Jnd., Jan. 31, lbSl.
From Cctlnr I'iiIIh, Iowii A NoveroCn
oritloetlln li'oiii tho I.iingM Ciireil.
J. II. Schknck A son, Philadelphia:
Gentlemen About four years ago I wan
attacked with hemorrhage of the lungs, ami
bled profusely. A physician attended me,
but in a short time I had another hemor
rhage, and at one time I thought 1 would
bleed to death before I could get any relief.
1 was adlsed to try your Pulmonic Syrup,
which I did, and I am hippy to say
that It saved my life. I took live or six bot
tles of your Syrup, and I have not had a
hemorrhago in the past two yearn, or since
I uel your medicine, and I now consider
imscir'n well man.
I believe your medicines will do all you
claim for them.
Yours truly, II. P. NICLSOX.
Cedar Falls Iowa, Nov. l.'l, 18SU.
From a I'roiiiiiient Dry ;khIh iMcr
cliu lit of .rakH I.nlic, ITIicltigiiU.
Dis. .1. II. SniUNfK, .Philadelphia, Pa.:
Dear .sir Some years ago I was told hy
several of the best physicians of this county
that 1 had Consumption, ami that I could
live hut a short lime. I iiad all the symp
toms: night sweats, a dry cough, with se
vere pain iu my lungs at times, and I was
Very short of breath with tho least exertion.
My appetite was very poor, and I became
so weak that I wa unable to attend to any
busiuesH. I received no benefit from I lie
remedies given me by my physicians, and I
was at last induced to try your medicines by
reading the certificates of cacs published hy
vou. I at oncu began to improve, and they
finally made a porfect cure.
I tun now In perfect health, and In active
business in lhl place, where I am well
known by all. I have adied many others
to uc )otir medicines, and can tell of some
wonderful cure-, made hy them, to thoso
who may be Interested. I belicw tint jour
rcini'dic, will cure CoiiMiiiiptlon, men in Hi
advanced xt.igc", as you claim.
ourstruh, A. MIKLLV,
Of the firm of Smith ,fc Shelly, dry goods
merchuiitn, Or.iss Lake, Mich.
October 1!7, 1&'J.
FROM AKRON, OHIO.
AMto.v, Ohio, Feb. 17, 1881.
Dlt. J. II. Sciii:nck:
Dear Sir Having been asked by many iu
regard to your medicines, and tho benefit I
had received from thorn, I have concluded
to glvo you an account of my case. In tho
winter of 187.'! I was pronounced an Incura
ble Consumptive by every physician of tins
place, as well in several in Cleveland. I had
all t)ie symptoms cough, night sweats, great
debility and loss of llesli. I was reduced in
weight from one hundred and fifty pounds
to eighty pounds. I had given up all hope
of recovery, when I was told by Mr. .lames
Seanlan that he had used your medicines
with nwd effect, and he advised uiu to Klve
tlioni n trial, although I do not think he be
lieved they would cure me, for I was so sick
nt this time that no one thought that I would
ever get well. I thought, howovor, Ithnt
they might glvo mo temporary roller, and
with this object 1 commenced to use your
Pulmonic Syrup. I had not taken It two
days boforc I felt great relief, especially lu
the soverlty of my cough. 1 then took tho
Mandrake Pills and Seaweed Tonic, and in
two weeks my appetite enine back, and 1
began to gain strength. 1 took your incdl
clues for about three months. 1 was too sick
to do anv kind of work for two years. Your
inedlclnox made i jierfeet cure," anil I havo
been iu good health ever since. I do not
know Unit 1 can sav moic-than till, unless
It be that I believe your ineillelues to be good,
ami that they will' do all that vou av they
will do. Yours very tmly, ,1. A. IttflLl.V.
From Jlr. I'eler ( lirlntoplier, ol Paw
Dlt. .1. II. Sriii:NH, , Son, Philadelphia:
Oentleinen IT you will excuse the liberty,
I would like to state to jolt how your medi
cines ha jellied me of what seemed a fatal
case of Consumption.
Three years ago I was taken sick, anil was
told by my physicians who were many and
from all tarts that 1 could not live three
months. I took, besides all all their pie
seiiptlous, at least
beventy-flve Bottles of Cod-Llvcr Oil.
At last, after ever.vtlilng else had proven
ft unless, 1 wrote to you to send mo ten bot
tles of our medicine, to which you replied,
advising me, for the sake of economy, to get
It of the nearest druggist, which I did;
and after having taken two bottles, my
cough, which had been very violent, became
easier, mv friends, who had been di spond
ent, became encouraged as I was, and I con
tinued takiiur the medicine.
1 had coughed up Immense (ti:mt it les of ,
mood, ami was very niuen reutieeu, wcign
Ing less than one hundred pounds. To-day
I am well and hearty; mv weight has In
creased to one hundred and eighty pounds.
It is without doubt to your medicines that I
owe my life. 1 havo no hesitation In de
claring that they possess all the ipialltles
you claim for them, and more, too. I am
Rtill lining them In my family as a preven
tive, for I have had no sickness for a long
time. Yours respectively,
Pawnee, 111.,. June V, KS7.r.
From tlic SUtcr of luti It) of St. Jo-
ncpli'n IIoiimc, ICninilttnliliru;. '
.11 ii r)' I a ml. i
Sehonek's Pulmonic Syrup has boon used
in our institution for several years, and has ,
proved a very efllcaclous remedy iu tho nu
merous cases In which It has been employed,
by removing inllammatlou and otherwise '
relieving the patient. We keep a constant
supply of this valuable remedy In the house,
and confidently recommend Its use to all i
who are subject to affections of the throat,
and lungs. Tjik Sistiuis ok Ciiaiiity ok ,
St. .Iohi.imi's IIoihk. I
KmmittMburg, Md., .lime 10, 1880. I
A (iloiitlciilnll wcll-huown In V.alirr,- !
vlllc, Drcnricii aiul olioeton,
wrltcx from I'okln, 111.
l)u. J. II. Si-iiunck:
Dear Sir In tho winter of 1ST! I was told
by three prominent doctors that my wife
had Consumption, and that she could not
live until spring. Soon after this a friend,
wlio lives lil Dayton, Ohio, recommended
your medicines to her, but having been Iqld
that she was incurable, we had no faith lu
them. Her friend finally brought her a bot
tle of your Pulmonic Syrup, and Insisted on
her giving it a fair trial. She did so, and
thank Cioil, hy its use her life was saved.
She Is now entirely well.
I am well-known here, as well as In Zanes
villc, Dresden and Cohoeton, ami would re
fer you Io tho druggists and others iu these
towns who will remember my Wife's ease as
a very bad one. I have recommended your
medicines to a great many, and have never
known them to fail iu making cures where
they have been given a fair trial. 1 am in
duced to scud you this by the thought that
it will he of such great use to suffering hu
manity. A. W. WHITE,
Proprietor White House, Pckln, III.
November lil, 187t.
Two IiCttom from Ohio-Do Not Fall to
IIvnksvili.k, Miuiih Co., O., July 5, 1880,
Dear Sir -I write this to glvo you an ac
count of my case, ami to ask if your medi
cines will do mo any good.
I am forty-live years of age, ami before this
sickness 1 was a strong, healthy man. I am
six feet two inches high and broad shoul
dered, my usual weight before my sickness
being about one hundred ami eighty -six
pounds. The first indication I had of any
disease was a slight tickling in mv throat,
which iu a week or so developed into a hack
ing cough. Tills has continued for a long
time and troubles mo so much that I cannot
sleep at night. I have lost my appetite, and
from' lack nf nourishment have grown so
woak that I can walk but a short distance
before I am completely exhausted ami
obliged to lie down. 1 have a great deal of
roaring and wlieeing In my breast, which
leads me to think tnat the bronchial tubes
are all stopped up. My bowels are unually
costive, and I havo lost tidily or foity
pounds of llesli.
Please let me hear from you soon. Your
medicines are not sold lu this neighborhood,
lint if you advisu me to tisu thorn I will semi
to (iallipolis for them.
Yours truly, LKVI .JACKS.
IIani-.pvim.i:, Mi:kihCd.,0., Fob. 21, 181.
Dlt. Si iii:m'k:
Dear Sir Please excuso mo for not writ
ing to you before lids. You will remember
that when I wrote to you last .July I was
very low with Consumption. As soon as I
received jour letter I sent for the niedieines
you told inc to got, that Is, your M.mdiako
Pills, Seaweed Tonio and Pulmonic syrup,
and began to use them as directed. I soon
saw a marked improvement iu all my sjmp
toms, and after using them for some time,
I was entirely cured. I am now free from
all pain and trouble with my lungs, ami
weigh more than I ever did in my life. 1
am very thankful Io you for your attention
to my caso, and I do not believe that I
should bo alive to-day but for tho tim Iv use
of your medicines. Consumption is iu my
family, mv father having died of it at tho
age of forty ; as well as several other mem
bers of my family. I adviso all who havo
Consumption or uuy Lung trouble to use
your remedies, as i 'beliovo them to be the
best medicines in tiio woild. Since mv re
covery, I havo been told by a doctor that ho
did not know what was in your medicines,
but that they had cured me of CoiiMiinption.
Youm truly, J.KVI .JACKS.
From Mr. John V.. Notliorucr, of Slut,
Dk. J. II. Schknck, Philadelphia:
Dear Sir In May, 1S7',i, I caught n heavy
cold, which gradually settled on my lungs,
causing great diillculty and pain In breath
ing. I could not rest at night, being kopt
awake u coughing. The loss of sleep and
uppotlto at last reduced mo very much
from 100 pouudH, my usual weight when In
I UJ WMHffXWF'fcBiH JVJl UWJ g"CMU I "Mt tntBntUWtCTSJtMP'T; ' "WF3ft CM MPt
health, to 13.1 pounds, I took the pres rlp
tlons of physicians, hut thev did me no nood.
One day while looking over the (leviliud
llemhi. I noticed that your medicine had
cured many eases that were at least as bud
us mine, and so concluded to uso tliem.
They were rather slow In their action at.
first, but after I had used them for a couple
of weeks, I saw Hint I was getting belter;
my appetite Improved, the pain and dllll
etilty lu breathing was relieved, and after
using eight bottles I felt that I was restored
to perfect health. I soon recovered my
former weight, and I have been iiilto well
ever iip. I am satistled that I owe my re
covery entirely to your Pulmonic Syrup,
Seaweed Tonic and Maiidnko PUN
Truly yours. .lolIN U. NOTIIACKHIt,
Willi 0. II. Asken.Mielbv, Iticliinond Co., 0.
February HI, IWI.
From iUr. Kotiert V. .louox, of London,
Dear Sir About four years agi. I was
taken sick with what my physlulau told me
was Consumption of the Lungs. I had a
bud cough, and was i educed very much lu
mv weight. At different times l bad seven
physicians of this place ami also one from
llloomsbtirg, attending me, and allhoU"h
they all thought they could help me, Igiovv
worse very last uniler their ticatiuunt. 1
was compelled to give up nil business for
two ) ears, and no one bellf veil, u r did I
myself believe, that I shoti d ever gut Willi.
One da.v 1 happened to call at Mi. Atibtliii
Smith's drug stoic, In tins i l.uv, and picked
up one of jour piim. lilets. lu r tiding the
certificates of euroi., 1 louml one uisu so
li.-.nt like my own tnat I at one c md d
logive jour medicines a trial. I h. u,..t li.u
Seaweed Tonie, Pulmonic Syrup ami .M
drake Pills, and lagan their use nccoiiiliig
to the tirlnted iliteeiions. and 1 can triliy'
suv, that from the nr.st 1 saw a marked Im
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cour.iged me to continue their uso until 1
was entirely well. I bavu had good health
since my recovery, and 1 believe your medi
cines saved no life. 1 know of several other
peisotis iu this clt that have been ennui h
Yours truly, UOllKUT W. JO.NKrf.
London, O.do, Oct. II, 181.
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537 Aioh St., Philadelphia, Pa.
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