The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1894 · Page 7
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f- ;-B"^y - fflE tfcf*UBLiCA!?, AMkHIA. JJI^ WEDNESDAY. .Atio- 16, JM*. ••r-^-i^- MADE HIM «>HV*5iClAfc§ OV£fi A Slfifi 'OtMttJr At* fell fitlfr ttf flLOOD eftfti t* ft) ilSjnfcfrk*bU8torv tally tatettfgatfed bf "lh« UHptttch" *fc<t frotind td B* Aifittittifiiy Tf at Jtt Jster/ i*«*M<!tH**— M*. itofthtlg *H«d th* Ms*t Jfoiiittettd Medical Men of fcotdp* ftttd America fttoci AfUf Ati Hope U«d tied Came Homo and AV»» Cured by the Cook tt«ttit>djr Cbmpafay. ICbr. Chicago Dally Dispatch. 1 In these days of fraud and deception it is a pleasure to find in any business concern an absolute regard for truth* Probably in no litte of business has deception been practiced as in medicine, for this reason any concern which lives strictly up to its promises x deseives the thanks of everybody. 'Such a concern is the Cook Remedy company, which is located in suite BOt Masonic temple in this city. The standing and reliability of this company has heretofore been iavorablj commented upon by the Dispatch, and just now it comes to the front with £ cure so remarkable that an account o: it will be found of unusual interest to the reading public. The case in ques tion has been fully investigated by the Dispatch, and the following recita of it can be vouched forts absolutely true in every particular. •A Truly s M»r»«lou« Cur*. The case in question is that of M. : Roehrig, a prosperous young German- American of 55 East Twenty-fifth street Mr. Roehrig inherited a predisposition to skin disease. When ti years old he suffered much from eczema, but that in time was cured. Koine time ago he contracted blood poison. The symptoms became alarming and physician after physician was consulted. All their ministrations, however, seemed only to aggravate the disease. After almost every prominent specialist in Chicago had tried in vain to alleviate his suffering Mr. Roehrig acted upon the advice of his parents and went to Germany for the express purpose of being treated by the most eminent physicians of Europe. At Coburg he put himself under the treatment of Drs. Kuhn and Martinet, recogniznd by the medical profession as authorities on diseases of the skin and blood. They succeeded no better than the many Chicago doctors who had tried' to cure Mr. Roehrig's awful ailment Meantime tthe condition of the sufferer became mply appalling. They Could Not Cure Him. ,,'hen the most" learned,, savants of ;rOpe were found unable ( to :beneflt n Mir. Roehrig was>eady to give up |l hope. Relatives brought him ack to America to die. Resigned to •hat threatened to be a mostborrible ; te, he came Tiack to his Chicago ime and took to his bed. He had •en-dojied, drugged and.covered with lye; onii-phyBic.ian recommended the i'putation of; his 'toes^.tttad his resi- ifice was lull of-"battles that had^eon- ^ined medicines prescribe'a by ortho- dpjf practitioners and more modern specialists', but as he constantly grew worse Mr Roehrig was willing to quit .trying. Relatives, however, insisted that efforts to cure be continued and he again called numerous expert specialists. The result of their treat- merit was the same as before the trip to Europe. The condition of the unfortunate sufferer was at this time truly pitiable. Life was worse than a burden, not onlv to himself but to his relatives and all who came in contact with him. It would be difficult to imagine the measure of the mental and physical torture that he underwent while in . the grasp of the dread poison. Death not only seemed imminent but the • sufferer was ready to welcome it as a relief. (Somebody Suggested Maglo Cypbllene. About this time somebody suggested trying the Cook Remedy company. Expecting no bene- ,tit, but ready to try anything 'that promised relief, Mr. Roehrig put himself under the treatment oil the) Cook Remedy Co., 307 Masonte temple, Chicago, 111., who have made a specialty of treating this disease for nearly ten years. When he began treatment in December last he was one mass of disgusting, mattery sorea The physicians connected with the Cook Remedy company say his was the worst case that ev f er came under their notice. He had long been unable to weav shoes and w»s in evtry way »bout as sorry a looking specimen of humanity as was ever seen. It was about sis months ago when Mr, Rpehrig began to take their treatment. Since beginning he has followed instructions carefully and to-day is pne of the west healthy men to '»U Chicago, When he first began • the Mag Jo, Cynjjilene treatment be cured 'by this raagje remedy he weighs goe pounds aM is » Sanaow in appear* ance, Every sore l^t healed,and the unsightly scabs that Aipiflgsred him have way tp health, y jp»rff9Hy As a natural result §|'4he narrated Mr, Boebrisr to ft;' • " " '* Bt«w»d_ , to se»t irtftftttmft 6* The old-time orthodox physicians &re slow to give credit to any ****** formula for the care of disease. Tnia is owing to IM fact that so mftny of theitt fcte really rank frauds, gotten tip wholly for gain. It is a well-known fact that the pttblic is easily hum* biltfffed when it comes to purchasing nostruins, but the many successful eases treated by the Cook Remedy cdffipttny offer evidence than can not " successfully dispute*! arid the old^ ffnfrft .figsp *&¥$ blood Silases, boftl hereditary atfd atauireS, lias been discovered. Magic Cypliilene hafe made a fortune f6r its. owner, saved taany a life and allevi;' ated more suffering than any secret formula for the cure of blood diseases iowii to the world. . ... Magic Cyphileno was originally compounded at Omaha in 1679. In 1896 the business had grown to suih an extent that it was removed to tins city and the Cook Remedy company vra's orgahized under the latts of IW* nois with a capital Btc«k of 8*00,000. Its financial standing is strictly first* class, as a reference to the Commer-_ cial agency reports will show, and it is a corporation deserving the conn dence and patronage of the people The Dispatch is as ready to give credit to deserving enterprises as it is to expose frauds, and it has seen indisputable proof oi uie merlLs of tae medicine compounded by the Cook Remedy company. . .• The Cook Remedy company treats every case under a positive guaranty to cure or return the money. Ah ttti merous other cases attest, the medi cine given effects a permanent cure in a short time. In the most advanced .( ths . via peVter wbo 3W ," ".*..,)* &«.-, fJWWf a Biiurt iiiiuo* » »* w-.-w — ~~~ — cases of blood poisoning or syphih Magic Cyphilene has effected numerous truly marvelous cures, many ol which have attracted the attention ot the medical profession, winch had almost invariably pronounced the cases °No reputable journal can afford to commend n.n enterprise that is not de- servJns 1 . The Dispatch knows the Cook Remedy company to be .exactly what it is claimed to be, and the services it has rendered to Buffering humanity entitle it to Unlimited commendation. The Roehrig case . is not a matter of hearsay. It is positively known to be a matter of fact, Beware of linltfctor*. Their reputation for quick and permanent cures in all stages of th« disease and even when all other remedies .fail, has become BO wide-spread that several imitators .have come to light, some even going so far as to copy their printed matter advertising, and one concern which is-liable to deceive the public has . assumed a similar name, Calling themselves "The Original-Dr. Cook Cure company." Magic Cirplu- lene is owned and controlled onlv by the COOK -RKMKDT Co.. Chicago, III. SELECT MISCELLANY. V t Forty years ago the cheapest English divorce cost $4,503, Motion has been conveyed by electric wires a distance of 120 miles. The average tourist trip around the world comprises about 23,000 miles of travel. When a child dies in Greenland the natives bury a live dog with it, the dog to be used as a guidB to the other world. Nearly all the swansdown that is used in the United States, comes from France in a state fit for immediate use for decoration A new washing machine is run over the floor like a lawn mower and does the soaping, scrubbing- and drying in one or two operatipns. To cable, a message to London or Paris costs'thirty-one cents a word,no word to contain more than ten-letters, the extraletter "e" in "unfavorable," for example, costing thirty-one cents extra. .The windmill, which is so conspicuous in Dutch and .Belgian scenery, is likely to be seen in India. It is proposed to drain the unhealthy flats around Bombay by means of windmill pumps on the system of the low countries, It is said that glacial action has in places on the Union Pacific road moved the mountains down on the narrow right'of way alon« the Columbian river, where the cliff vises often 400 feet above the track, leav- now hardly a footing for the track. Against the advice of his \vife Captain Brewster of Bastport, Mains, started for J\ew York with ten tons of lobsters, She wanted him to sell them at home at $33 » barrel, but ha thought he could get $30 in the city. lie was delayed, and when he had arrived an inspector sent the whole car- gp to the offal dock. . VARIOUS ENTERPRISES, The great artesian well at Passy, one of the suburbs of • Pai'is, flows steadily ftt tho rate of 5,609,000 gal-. Ions a. day.' A movement is on foot $o drain the delt#of the Danube and restore it to its condition of five centuries asro, when it was covered with forests fields, e use o{ the microphone has yealeitJ s.QU.nds in the he^vt, IwsgS, "I hear Grosscbp has taken a wife/' "that's a mistake. He took a widow." "Do your neighbors chickens trouble yon much?'' "Yes. They ^ are so slow growing to a frying size." "Are these colors fast?" she asked of the new clerk. "Yes, indeed, you ought to see them when they once start to run." Husband, very late home from tho cliib—Hum! T told you not to sit up for me. Wife, sweetly—I didn't. I got up to see the sun rise. "flow about your cousin Fred?" ; f/h. we are as good as engaged. Yesterday lie told mamma he was tired of eating in restaurants." .dy—now dare you ask for alms when you are drunk? Come back when you are sober, and we shall see. IJeggnr—Ah, madame, T see you have made up your mind never to give me anything. Mrs. Year wed, beseechingly—Oh, ii J only knew of some way to keep my husband at home nights. Can't you from your long married experience suggest a plan? Mrs. Oldhaml, grimly •—Certainly; chain him. Visiting Clergyman, anxious to compliment his host at a Sunday school celebration—My dear children, to what one man are we most indebted for the great crowd of happy faces seen here to-day? Bright Boy—Adam. "Oh, Mr. de Cromo! I had such a time finding jrour painting at the exhibition to-day!. It was hung away up in an obscure corner." "Yes. I. urn disappointed. 1 shall quit art and start ta laundry." "Mr. de Cromo!" 'Yes. Then my work will always be IIHUET on the line." He—If I were a poor man you Would never have./married me, would you? She—Certainly not. I love you the way you are, and if you had been poor you would have been so xinlike .your present self that I. couldn't have loved you. You see, my dear, it isn't the money, it's the combination. "How is your health?" said the caller, at the o-o'clock tea. "Very delicate," replied the hostess languidly. "I am. kept on the strictest regimen." And then she leaned toward the table and began to eat a •Jaiiity luncheon, including ices, mac- tiroons, pickles, strawberries, marmalade, olives, chocolate, Charlotte russe und chow-chow. "S-'T "?'.§ 'cm f*-qf ^f •*• « »«^ Pure All other powders are cheaper made and inferior, and leave either acid or alkali in the food,' ROYAL BAKIN6 FOWDlR CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW'YORK. SELECT MISCELLANY. Forty years ag-o the cheapest English divoVce cost $4,500. ; Motion has been conveyed by electric wires a distance, of 130 miles. The average tourist trip around the World comprises about 22,000 miles of ' travel. When a child dies in Greenland the natives bury a live dog with it, the dog to be used as a guids to the other world. Nearly all the swansdown ^that is used in tho United States comes from .Vrance in a state fit for immediate vase for decoration A new washing machine is run over the floor like a latfn mdwer and does T.he soaping, scrubbing and drying in tme or two operations. To cable .a message to Londoner Paris costs thirty-one cents a word.no word to contain more than ten letters, the extraletter "e" in "unfavorable," for example, costing thirty-one cents extra. The windmill, which is so conspicuous in'-'Dutch a rid'Belgian scenery, is iikely to be seen in India. It is proposed to drain the unhealthy tiat= around Bombay by means of windmill pumps on the system of the low countries. It is said -that glacial action has in places on the Union Pacific road moved the mountains down on the narrow right of way along tho Columbian river, whore' the clift' rises often'WO feet above the track, leav- now hardly a footing- for the track. Against the advice of his wife Captain Krewster of BasViport. Maine, started for New York with ten tons of lobsters. She wanted him to sell them at home at ig'W a barrel, but he thought he could got PO in the aity. He was delayed, and whan he had arrived an inspector, sent the whole cargo to the oit'al dock, VARIOUS ENTERPRISES, The great artesian well at Passy, one of the suburbs of, Paris, flows steadily at the rate of 5,009,000 gallons a day. A movement is on foot to drain the delta .of the Danube ami restore it to its conditipn of five centuries ago, b wsvs covered with forests and DIDN'T NEED A HIRED GIRL. plttcky Mttlc \Vomatt'* Srmppr Reply to tho Crusty Old Uttclielor. There is a crusty old bachelor oa Fourth street, says the Louisville Post, who is a confirmed woman hater and who never misses an opportunity for saying something sarcastic and disagreeable) about tho fair sex. But ho met more than his match the other day in a plucky little woman who, metaphorically speaking, wiped up tho earth with him. much to . tho delight of his friends, who were greatly amused at his discomfiture. The old bachelor inquired why, . when Eve was manufactured of a (Spare rib, a servant wasn't made at the same time to wait on her. The little woman responded promptly: "Because Adam never read the newspapers until the sun got down behind the palm trees, and then, stretching, yawned out: 'Isn't supper most ready, my dear? Mot he. He made the fire and hung the kettle over it himself, I'll venture, and pulled the radishes, peeled the potatoes arid did everything else he ought to do. He chopped the kindling 1 , brought in the coal and did the chores himself, and he never brought home half a dozen friends to dinner •when Eve hadn't any fresh pomegranates." The little woman stopped a mo- iinent for breath and went on with renewed , vigor:.-.. "And Adam never stayed out till 12 o'clock at a politi- •:ieai meeting, hurrahing for some candidate, and then scolding because -poor Eve was sitting up and crying -inside the gates. He never played; ibilliards, rolled tenpins and drove; rfast horses, nor choked Eve with cigar smoke. Ho never loafed around corner groceries and saloona while Eve was rocking little Cain's .cradle at home. In short, he didn't think she was specially created for the purpose of waiting on^hinvand wasn't under the impression that it disgraced- a man to lighten a wife's cares' a little. That's the reason > that Eve didn't need a hired girl,' and with it is the reason that her descendants do." She drew another breath and was about to continue, when the bachelor pulled his hat down over his eyes and eneaked away. » jB^y b § tte „„„.., „, i si oihff» who, way fee A 1 ' _ JXM _i_ J .....iXl. »W JBW**! 1 ^ »«*»«*••» %*" ™ .WS9* ^Af&S* ¥»?. " |tosy fl^w-ois^M^ -«MW« *^< . _ jr.^-.iSi^lgl' fifi^Q^m^ 1 ^*"^ rJitslflt'*8^ mfti %l^.W%:iYi§"^ ^. T ,'use of the microphone has revealed pounds in the heart, lungs and pther organs that have hitherto es- pa,ped. tho most sensitive ear using the ardinavy, ifistvum^nts. A blast of MUQ pounds of dynamite JR. twe'ntyiseven IioJe§ was made recently nt a quarry -neftr Providence, g, l n blowing Q.H; t,fo!? fece of the cliff antl dVsl°,dfing about ,,19,080 t° ns of stone, soino'pj! $Ug b'l 7?flyq '$&%$• f£Us holes twejityj They Wanted Fire. While Thomas Campbell was prosecuting his studies at the university of Glasgow, he occupied apartments with an elder brother, who, .though no poet himself, was a most admirable critic, but a severe one, Mr. Campbell had gone down to the breakfast-room one morning, leaving the poet to follow ai his leisure. He had nearly finished breakfast when his brother entered with a copy of verges in his hand, which he laid on the table aa an excuse for his delay, at the same time requesting Mr. Campbell's opinion of their merit. ••Your lines are admirable, Tom, my boy," said the elder Campbell, after calnily perusing 1 the verses; "but they appear to me to want tire," and the merciless critic committed the pa,pei« to the flames. The poet barely succeeded in rescuing bis effusion; but after a little reflection he threw it into the fire for the second time, acknowledging the justice of hia brother's bon-mot.—Argonaut. Colors From Offul T*r, ,', Coal tar, formerly considered a and a regular nuisance to gas .,_rs, 19 now utilized as one of most valuable color producers, ' ta have extracted from it 16 of blue, the s t am<? number of various tints of yeUpw, }8 pf orange, $ r pf -violet, besides numerous otlw eglov%, Shades and tints. A late \vdter in summing up an on "Uses of Coal Tftf," says; ,..,„,, amount of velorlng roaVtev fipred in opal is BQ great that qn§ jtQund, pf th e porampn ki*"™'""" 0 &...-..X..._,« le j£ suiftojent ' "I hear Grosscop lias taken a wife." "That's a mistake. He took a widow." "Do your neighbors chickens trouble you much?" "Yes. They are so slow growing to a frying size." "Are these colors fast?" she asked of the new clerk. "Yes, indeed, you ought to see them when they once start to run." Husband, very late home from tho club—Hum! I told you not to sit up for me. Wife, sweetly—I didn't I got up to see the sun rise. "How about your cousin Fred?" '.'Oh. we are as good as engaged. Yesterday he told, mamma he was tired of eating in restaurants." Lady—How dare you ask for alms When you are drunk?; -Coma back when you are sober, and we shall see. Beggar—Ah; madame, T see you have made up your mind never to give me anything 1 . Mrs. Yearwed, beseechingly—Oh, if I only-knew of some way to keep my husband at home nights. Can't, you from your long married experience suggest a plan? Mrs. Oldhaud, grimly —Certainly; chain him. Visiting Clergyman, anxious to compliment his host at a Sunday school celebrat'um—My de:ir children, to what one man arc we most indebted for the great crowd of happy faces seen here to-day? Bright Boy—Adam. "Oh.. Mr. de Cromo! I had such a' time finding your paintinar at the exhibition to-day! It' was hung away up in an obscure corner." "Yes. I am disappointed. 1 shall quit art and start ca laundry." "Mr. de Cromo!"; 'Yes. Then ray work will always be huner on the hue." . '* He—If I were a poor , man you •would never have married me, would you? She—Certainly not. I love you the \yay you arc, and if you had been poor you would have been so unlike your prevent self that I couldn't have loved you. You see, my dear, _it isn't the money, it's the combination. "How is your health?" said the caller, at the G-o'clock tea. "Very delidate," replied f the hostess languidly. "I am kept on the strictest regimen." And then she leaned toward the table and began to eat a dainty-luncheon, including ices, macaroons, pickles, strawberries, marmalade, olives, chocolate, charlotte msse and chow-chow. \Vlth Small Dr. Cfochloy Clapham, who had maila measurements on4,(,)00ininate9 of asylums, says that insane heads are larger on the average than sane heads, though insane brains are smaller. According to Dr. Clapham the form of the insane head is uau- alSy cuneiform or arrow-shaped, with the greatest diameter posterior to the central point ol tho head. Sells on Sight. Toddler—Have you any daughters, mum? Housekeeper—Sir! "Please, mum, I don't ask out of vulgar curiosity, mum. I'm selling resonators." "What are they?" "You hang one up in the hall, mum. and it so magnlll.es every sound that a good-night kiss sounds like a cannon shot." "Give me three."—Nev» York Weekly. At tbe Picnic. Young Man—Miss Esmerelda, permit melo kiss those ruby lips—just once. . Young Lady—O, no, Mr. De Smith, no man has ever kissed me. Young Man—Me either; I'll svear to it. Yum, yum!—-Texas Sittings. The man who tnkes God for his guide will not long have to travel in the dark. ALL THE STRENGTH and virtue has sometimes " dried 'out," when you get pills in leaky wooaen or paste-, board boxes. For that reason, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant •Pellets are sealed up "in little glass vials, just the siae- with you. Ttion, ' )/ . ,,r 4 Rtomkch'DvBpepsia, Jaundice, Dizziness, and Krangemente of'tho Liver, Btomach, and Bowels, they give you^a lasting cure.^ Headache: obstruction of nose; discharges falling into throat; eyes weal;; ringing in, ears- offensive breath; smell and taste impaired? and general debility-thesD are^some of tho symptoms of Catarrh. l>r. o«gea Catarrh itemedy has cured thousands ot the worst cases,— will cure you. "Wore You Ever South In Summer? It is no hotter in Tennessee, Alabama or Georgia than here, and it is positively delightful oh the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and West Florida. If you are looking for a location in the south go down now and see for yourself. The Louisville & Nashville railroad and connections will sell tickets to all points south for trains of Aug. 7 at one fare round trip. Ask your ticket agent about it, and if he cann ot sell you excursion tickets write to C. P. A-tmore, general passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. Some books are to be tasted; others swallowed; «.nd borne few to be chewed and digested.— " TANKS Iowa, Texas and Nelirasfta .„ MaroliundlBB. HtocUs, etc.. tpugW ana sola. Burke & Utilise, lloBolliuit, to, Wood water tiuiKs of nil sUos Write for pi Ices. Btatlng you* neols. Geo.A.C'arter DosMulnea Winter Bye, 80 juaakols Pep Acre. This yield seems enormous, but a good number of larmevs believe they can obtain it by sowing the new monster rye. It's hardy, prolific, luughing at all kinds of weather! It simply yields big crops every year, regardless of storms, droughts, or the like! The World's Fair winter wheat fe Just like it for yields! The John A. Salzev Seed Co,, La Crosse, Wis., will send you their catalogue and samples of above rye and wheat upop receipt/ of 4 cents postage, _ w Mopay talks, but no money -will ftlso make itself hearq. To Cleanse the System DES fti ' MOINES 7th & JtuJ- berry ;e»U nmtei) free. BICYCLES AND REPAlRS-Wo haTO on« ol the best equipped repair plants In the west, Yoi)l Torlc Bolieltocl, Wo always have bargains in "97 w* JeconclunndmacWDes.Eondfov cat. Montiou this ttd, "'--Xallirop-IUiocles Co,, DOB Jftoiaea, i». FOR BUSINESS. Short* JgQ yards, vflpwllHoa 4 ia a y whs . •?§M la^»nd 'flfty 1 ' utef . jjuar Xyitb ""' -" V i'&'•*?rmi¥™ ' i ' .,'£•:.>>>:., : ' v %. yet gently, wher* costive'( hen the Tlious, Qv'wfieu the bipod is impure or tp pwroawently P m ' e habitual .r> ftwstkea the Jffdneys —' MW MVH ,vby activity, without f~ ug PI- weaning 'them, to dispel „. i, colds or levers USB Syrup oj Figp. yhere is no wcyse robber than H H, ,g, IJnwjHftlea jor cl^plng bQVwe, killing renuyi«U>K(rrQl«9 «»<M3- <Mm wft. Wt m »i4e wryyfbffl?. \Ap$$*** ge-w V'J,'.; ,. JWEi • *1f- ',?, J- I V. _ •" 3 - ..A — '^ f - ^^* ™s«.Sr*sK WINE

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