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niK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JUNE 18 1803,
RESCUED FROM TORMENT,
I:KKT JOINT IT HIS IIOUV tl.VCKKtl
lonlil Not Moe lll Arm ntul Vt In
ConMi.nl I'iIii A Trim story
of n Itrtiinrkntilc Cure.
ffm. 1. Malor, IS Park pile, SMnMvllle,
Ohio, iy)S '"Aboiil n .tr atfo I had to
null work on nccount of rheiintittem. 1
h.iJ (he dlseaie in my hip), birk nnd nriru,
In f.i t, In every Joint in my lody. The
tin i1 Intense, nntl I nifferM the moil
c ru vim siRon,, ily doctor roulit not
ill an.) thing for mc, nnJ 1 tried every rem
e ly that eould be fiprteili none of them
ilid m any koo1, and finally my Joints he
ciine llfened and tore. At times 1 could
hot move my rlitht arm, and wag In con
r'ant p-iln. I procured a bottle of Mun
yon a llhrnnitll'in Cure, nnd nlthln n
rhort while vni completely cured, t mi
f from rtlflneo nnd pnln, and cm cheer
f .I s rnommend Mutij on' Itemedy as the
b i t haxe ever known "
Mumon'i Ithniimatlsm Cure ntfti almost
(n it. aneoniy, i tiring ninnv rdtinate
r - u fi' hour) It Is Kitiiralitot'd to
i n ini'l-m in any part of the b'xl).
A r mui" ul ir rheuimitlfm cured tn
f tn M to fUc dic It Jier fall to
r .r f up, Miuotln. piitM In Hie nrm,
Ik ! Iiiii k or bri-tst. or oriti of
n j i"' of the body In from on to three
d r Jt promplb run) latnenes, s'lfT
n i rt n Joints nnd nil pilti In the hips
nr I 'i, chronic rheumatism, solutltn,
i itnl i- or pain In the bin k are medll)
mi i It tldom falls to Kite rellf lifter
'wo tlofS an't ninio't invariant)-
c ' re one bottle has l-en used
M . ns Homeopathic Homo Hi-medy
(' n i'i of Philadelphia, put up specific
f r i im every iII.'bi whi' h arc sold by
fi.l arum ls, mostly for 23 cents n bottle.
"Ilie "lie, of si-ut" for Hi" I'lrsi Mi)' I'er-
furiii line Hi" Itroii cry ljiri .New
le'titim of tlm rnritdc.
Tl. ul' of tickets for the Ch irlty clr
ci. .1 li will bo slen at nrtcenth and
Mn tr.ct' this afternoon and menlng
and tj tnorroiv nftcrnoon nn 1 owning, has
bevn try law, and Manager I'ardeo said
e,ltr 1 that the attendance mil prob
nblv te-t tho Healing cnpiclty of the big
tent. As the tout will se.it COM people, the
prore. ts for a big chailty fund are very
Sm e the list report of progress was
inn It, si'M'ral new futures lmi b en
a 1 R 1 The manager of the Wild West
Fhow e.-i) they hac four bucking broncos
that beat anything In that lim er trot
ti I out In this cltl. At least a dozen
more fi-itures haw been promised for the
big parade. Insuring at leas' llt equip
pages in the procession. A nowltv will
be a representation of an ante-bellum
-iie hunt. In which two negros will bu
pursued by n pnek of bloodhounds, This
Is said to be something inner before ut
n niple 1 In the way of entertainment. A
IM k of hounds has been secured for the.
The pirn ile will bo one of the best feat
ures of the tlrcii1'. It will lent- the
grounds at 10 o'clock this morning and will
Include more novelties than wrc ever
hfore presented In a circus parade In this
cltv. The flower suction alone promises
to be ii thing of beauty that will long be
remembered, 'the line of march will bo
West from the circus grounds on Plf
teenth to Campbell, to Thirteenth, to
Oram), to Klcwnth. to Main, to Third, to
Delaware, to Slth, to Wyandotte, to
Tenth, to Iiroadwny. to Pourteenth, to
Vine, to circus grounds.
tiii: iti:itiin:s wr.m: .iioui.nv.
A. Lundlierg, of C'litropulln, Causes
tho Arrest f n fruit Dealer.
A week ago JIM. A. J.undberg, of Cen
tropolls, aio bought a crate of strawtier
rles from D. Guarrlno, a fruit vender at tho
city market. When she arrived home with
her purchase yhe claims to hive found
that the strawberries iveie mouldy. She
tvas compelled to throw away the entire
crate. Saturday she came to the cltj and
mule complilnt to the fruit vender. He
j-eomed contrite and promised to make
amends by selling her a crato of raspber
ries at $1.20. a price below the market val
ue, He showed lur two boes of line ber
ries and she finally consented to buy the
crate. When she returned home she dis
covered that the stipiKised raspberries, so
she claim", wero strawberries, raspberries
and blackberries mled nnd, with the e
ceptlon of two boe, mould v. She yester
day returned to the city and asked Pollee
Clerk Williams to isue a warrant for
Guarrino's arrest on the charise of selling
fruit unlit for food, lit will be ariulgiud
In police court to-day.
m:v i:v imi.scn si.ct ici:i.
A Mrong I'.ITort Will lie itiule to Convict tlm
liij tor Hrotbers at 1 In Ir i cuiul trial.
Yesterday forenoon J. J. Cornett, form
erly a deputy sheriff at I.inneus, Jlo ,
Sussed through this eltj on his was to his
ome Since tho murder of the Mecks
family near Carrollton, Mo , on May 11,
1&31, he has been engaged in ferreting out
evidence to convict the Talor brothers,
who are suspetied of being the murderers.
The tirst trial resulted In a hung Jury and
open charges of bribery of mi mbers of the
Jurj wire made at the time The trial will
again be heard on July ir. The state ex
peci to not onlj be ablo to present much
more conclusive evidence tending to prove
ttH Tajlurs committed the murder, but
will also produce evidence that Is expected
to convict two of the former Jurymen of
bribery and live witnesses of perjury. A
great deal of evidence has recently been
lili-covcred which will tend to prove that
friends of the (inspected murderers at
tempted to influence the evidence of every
vvltnebs Introduced by the prosecution.
Paded ntr recovers Its youthful color and
coftness tir tho u of I'AHKEM s IlAIU IUisam.
IliMiutcoKis the best cure for corns, IScts.
Sl.mi-oriAWA ami KIUUKX 81.00,
McKlnli-y Uu), dune Sllth,
This Is G A It. day at the Ottawa Chau
tauqu i jhscrnbl, and Governor McICInley,
i,f uhto, will be the tpeaker of the d ly,
Spn 1. 1 train will 1. .n e k msas City Thurs
u i, June 24, at S 3u a in
I, ave p.iofa at lo a a. in
l.cavo Osawatonile at 10 15 a. m.
Arrive at Ottawa at 11 30 a in.
l.ruve Ottawa for return at 6 p. m.
Itrpi.-ir Ottawa Ch.uuauM.ui assembly
roup 1 nip tli ket on s.ilo June 10 to June
I Ku i'l to n turn until June CO, at Jl 63
ui iiva txpreht, vli the Missouri Pacific
riiAD. leaves Kansas City L'nlon depot
m 1' 1, . m durliii; the meeting of the
C tnu'auqua is mhly lUrai mber the t.pe
i al train on MeKinley day J.xiurbion
tickets on dle at L'nlon depot. No PUS
I'nion avenue.Grand avenue depot and city
t Ket otllce, Jv'o. iOO Main street Teleiihone
Sb. II. S JBH'BH
Passenger and Ticket At'ent.
Kin trie fans.
Desk fins. Oillce fans, llracket fans.
Ceiling fans. Routine fans. Gate City
Plcctrlo Co. 717 Helavvarc M. Tel. 2113.
Will lie I'riibilnl.
The last will and testament of the late
Mrs, Amanda II, Pierce was presented to
Judl,e Gulnotte for probate yesterday
Mrs Pierre died at Jtorkford, III,. May
Ui, A'i", She was the widow of R. W.
I'iereo, who for many iars was proml
jient In the insurance bu.liK!,s In this city,
nn who dh.i here In IS7.' Itoth of them
pj es I an eteneie a qiuintance and
many warm frlinJs in this city.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ftee
loin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteiant,
40 YEARS TH6 STANDARD.
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'uIAl TjA -s HH BM
A IlRht on Paving Material for ltroidw-ny
Prom Slttb tn linth t'ndcr
Yesterday wan a busy lay for the public
Improvements committee of the lower
house of the co im il The committee
w-rrstled with the remonstrance against
paving Ilrondtvn)' from Sixth lo Tenth
slrrel with nphalt, r-oive a protest
against the street c-vr i ompany's franchise
ordinance nnd took nnother turn at the
Nineteenth street paving quarrel A ma
jority petition of the property owners on
llroadway between Sixth and Tenth, was
secured some time ago asking for asphalt
paving The proper notices were publish
ed, resolutions adopted by the board of
public work", ordinance pissed nnd con
tract awarded. Thrn the ordinance to con
firm the rontrart passed the tipper house
nr.l was referred by the lower house.
The committee was confronted with a
remonstrance from the owners on llroad
way between Ninth nnd Sixth asking that
the material be changed, lo brick or some
(qnnlly good material for henvy tralllc.
They lurked this remonstrance nnd peti
tion up by nppenrlng before the committee
and adding their vocal protests to their
w rutin communications The tontractor
was on hand nnd a brisk Interchange of
sentiment followed the opening of the dls
rns.iti Stllllclrnt changes had been mnile
Irt the origin tl petition to retime the ma
jority to u minorltv, but the question of
time was raisni it was claimed that It
was too late for the people to make this
light, as their da of grae had expired
Coiim ilninn Olson was against reopening
questions of this niture nfttr the thirty
dajs" publlcitlon limit had i xplred He
thought that the people should remon
strate sooner, nr tnke the consequences.
He said that If the committee tnok uu
very objection filed nt any time before
the work was begun, there would be tin
end to the trouble nnd ho work would
ever be finished.
The property owners were warned by
Hugh MoGowan. the contractor, that If his
tontnet Is knocked out ns contained In the
ordinance, he would get up a pitlllon to
have the street pivtd with asphnltum
from Pourth to Tenth. He s.iij he had
not done this because to do so would ma
terially lncreise the cost to the property
owners. He had been asked bv the owners
of nearly all the frontage of both Miles In
the two blocks cut oft to finish the street
to Pourth, but bad declined Now If the
men want to light he sas he will go the
whole distance with a new petition. He
was assured that the own rs would meet
htm hnlf way nnd mnko a good light of It.
The committee took the matter under ad
visement. Then the committee took up the Nine
teenth street mutter nnd threshed over the
same ground pasid over s-cveral times be
fore. The nrnvel paving contractor. W, T.
Little, who wns beaten after he hid se
cured a majority petition, bv the ltrllWl
brick people, was on hand and offered
some figures to show that the brick peti
tion does not represent a majority of tho
resident property owners He wanted the
lommlttee to throw out both petitions nnd
begin again. The committee held this over
for future decision. It will come up In the
council In the form of a report which will
prolnbly confirm the brick petition.
The committee tlxed this morning nt 10
o'clock to take up the street railway mat
ter. OLD GRACE CHURCH LEASED.
Congregation of West minster I'rcsbjterlaii
Church Will Worship 111 It for
Old Grace church lias formally leased
yesterday morning for the use of the con
gregation of the newly organised West
minster PresbMerlnn church. It Is lensed
for a j ear with the refusal of a second
jear. Jtev. Dr. George Is expected here
on June IS. He cannot come before that
for the reason that he Is employed In giv
ing Instruction In elocution In Indiana.
Meantime the work of renovating the
church Is steadily going on. The tinners
completed their work Saturday, and ji
terday the carpenters bigan thelis It Is
possible that the frescoeis may bo engaged
this week. Several meetings of the trus
tees have been held, nnd yesterday a meet
ing of the ladles wns held to arrange for
thu carpeting. It Is expected that a meet
ing will lie held In the church next Sunday
for the organization of a Sunday school,
and for other matters. Within a few davs
an organist will be engaged. The choir,
however, has not been named as jet.
It Is possible that Or. Geoige may be
given a reception on his arrival here, but
as jet no plans for It have been made.
The Hiv Dr H. C. Million, of the theo
logical seminary of San Prnnclsco, Oil.,
who was recently asked bv the sislon of
the Seiond Presuj tel Ian church to act ns
stated supplv for three months, has de
tidid lo decline the rcqiust.
Anttinii Mo Ciml.
The very best grades of Scranton coal
$7.7'i. dtllvered between now and August
1 Weir City lump. J2 7" Camden and all
Missouri coals, ;i", ileltvered Come nnd
see us before placing otir fall order.
KANSAS AND TUNAS COAl, CO,
Telephone, S2. W7 Main street.
No gambling devices are tolerated
around the grtnt Wallace shows.
A case of musical Instruments and three
cars of silver ore were re elved at the
olllee of the surveyor of the port ester
d.i). Wllllim Johnson, who has been In Jail
for ten dajs on a charge of petit lineny,
was yesterday released, having served his
William J. Jones was yesterday sen
tenced by Justice Jojce to sixty days in
Jail for stealing a pair of trousers from
Sam Iirwin. of West Third street.
Oscar Heath nnd Henry Simpson, who
were nrrestcd Sunday at Nineteenth and
Holmes streets on a chnrge of shooting
craps, were lined $o each by Police Judge
Mr. Prank Poster Is to build a brick res
idence on Twelfth street, between Ilrook
ijn and Park avenues, to cost JI.OmO Ho
expects to rent It. Tho plans aro being
drawn by Shepanl & Parrur.
W. A. Pulley, who was arrested last
week, charged with stealing a number of
shop tools from G. R. McCoy, of isaa Mc
Gee street, was yestetday tried before
Justice Wlthrow and acquitted.
Mr George A. Pranlln, of Independence,
was yesterday commissioned ns live stock
Inspector at the stock yards by the orders
of Secretary J. Sterling .Morton, and will
enter upon hlh duties at an early date.
Prank Ilroivn, who claims to be from
Klngllsher. O T, was yesterday sen
tenced to ten days In Jail by Justice Walls
for attempting to hteil a cotton bloii'-o
from S Itiuovsky, a clothing merchant at
107 Hist Third ttrect.
Thomas Turner was arrested jestcrday,
ihnrgid with stealing a coat from John
Peterson, a Metroiiolltan watchman nt
the Junction Jin was taken before Jtis
tb u Case and upon pie idlng guilty was
given twenty dajs In Jail.
James Cresup, charged with the theft
of 1173 from the Star Mercantile Company,
was tried before Justice Wlthrow jester
day morning. Justice Wlthrow took the
matter under advisement and will render
his decision to-day or Wednesdaj.
A party of nbout flftj- teachers from the
cltj schools will leavo here to-day to at
tend the State Teachers' An-oeiatlon con.
pulton at Pertla Springs, A part of tho
teachers will take the 7 o'clock, part the
10 o'clock and pirt tho 1 o'clock trains,
Tho Woman's Auxiliary Keeley League
desires to thank publicly Messrs, Oi-noriic
c Pitrut, Powler fc son. picking house;
Mr. A. Scott. Mr chapeze and tho lidles,
f i lends of the auxiliary, who have so
generously assisted It In preparations for
tho ch irlty circus.
James McCoy, who was arresled Satur
day night in front of the Novelty theater
on the charge of disturbing the peari, was
lined 111 In police court jester 1 ij Ho
could not pay the fine Imposed by Judge
Junes and was committed to tho city
workhouse (or thirty dajs.
James Owens, who claims to be a rail
road brakema.il. went to the f'mir.il pollen
nation jeslerday forenoon nn I hud a g.u,h
over the left eje tewed up bv the police
urgeon. He said that tin gi-.li was the
iciult of a quarrel with an unknown man
in a saloon at Sevititunth and llollj
streets early in the daj.
William Moore, who was arrested Satur
day morning, charged with breaking Into
the grocery store of i: llelleiiu re, Twelfth
nnd Locust streets, and st. iling some ci
gars and a hit belom,. ni- to the pro.
prietor, was taken In fun Justl e W.ilLs
jisierday. where he j found guilty anl
bouud qver to the grant jurj In de
fault of HOuO bill he was pluij In a cell
ut the county Jail.
Thomas Gltason was e-.ieray sen
tenced by Justice Jojce to thirty dajs In
the county Jail for attemptid petit lar
cenj Josepn Chadlstei. a farmer from
Clay county, was the complaining witness
and . Is the sum Glejjn was said to
have attempted to take Chadlster went
to tleep on his wagon vesterday morning
us H was standing near th market square
and woke up to fin I f,l ason trving to
rifle his pockets A Mr i-lu ensued, which
resulted in GUa.on btlnt; handed over to
"Chimes of Jiormnndy" Hill He (liven To
night lRnir tlnrn Performs Won
The opening performance of Ihe "Chimes
of Normandy wns not given at IMlrmount
park last night, owing to the hnrd storm,
which Kepi people nwny from the parks by
Its nevcrltj-. To-night It will be puni? nnd
should be prnted by a crowded house.
The "Chlmrs of Normandj" contains
some of the prettiest tnuMa known In light
opera nnd never falls to delight those, who
love brlRht, ntchy music, with plenty of
genuine inelod) . , . . . . ,,
Those who failed lo sed Slgnor Antonello
Onio, the great contortionist of the Thea
ter Aitrln Pellce, Milan, Ilnty, nt Pair
mount Suudav missed one of the treats of
the t-cason. It Is one which may be re
trieved, however, ns Slgnor Ouzo will re
main nt the pirk nil the week, nt an en
ormous expense, giving tree exhibitions
every nfternoon nt 3 o'clock nnd every
evening nt 7 SO o'clock. A number of Slgnor
Onro's rents nre marvelous liejond com
par', whlb- nil show the work of a thor
ough artist, lie performed the net Sunday
of making a backward drop of twenty-nvo
feet, lighting on his feet, lie also doubles
himself through small hoops nml tics him
self Into nil conceivable shapes, Slgnor
Onro Is undoubtedly the most noted con
tortionist now before the public, nnd per
forms fcalB to see which la worth going
The new electrical theater nt the park,
similar to the famous one nt the World's
fair, but improved, being built bv the snme
man. Is worth taking a trip to the park lo
see, ns It Is open every day nnd night. Ihe
theater shows bv means of electrlcltj n
little Milage on the Alps. At llrst all Is
dark, then the Hrst streaks of dawn begin
to appear. Gradually It grows lighter un
til the sun rises; and It Is broad daj light.
A stream of real water trickles under
neath a bridge, over which wagons pass.
A circus parade nlso goes hj Of A sudden
the scene darkens iigiln for a stotm has
arisen. The thunder roars ami me viviu
lightning Hashes across the blickened k"
In sheets. Th tain pours down. Tho
storm passes' away nnd twilight settles
over the Milage The windows of the
houses are lighted up. the stars come out,
the big dipper being plainly seen. The
moon rises, throwing a mellow light over
the landscnpe, the snow clad mountain tops
stnndlng out like a specter In the moon
light, while In the vullejs nnd In the cor
ner of the Milage nil Is darkness, It Is
one of the most beautiful effects ever
shown, being especially pleasing to tho
Mils. M'Pl.r.StAVS I.O."-.
Sho Iteports tin. Disappearance of n l'urso
Containing n t.nrge sum.
Mrs. M. J. Spcllmnn. of 409 West Tour
teenth street. Saturday reported to tho
police the los of 30 on Inst Prlday even
ing. At that time she started on a shop
ping expedition. She carried tho money In
u silk bag. When she reached the Oog
gett dry goods stole she stopped for a few
minutes and examlm-d the window display.
A few minutes later she walked down
Main street and noticed that she had drop
ped her purse.
Mondny forenoon Mrs. Augusta Plcnsh
burg, of S12 Hlmwood avenue, went to the
Central police Rtatton and reported that
she had found a silk hand big containing
IIS0 Saturday night while walking pist the
Doggett dry goods store. Just ns she pick
ed up the silken bag three women, who
had noticed her actions, attempted to
snatch the big away from her. Sho re
sisted nnd succeeded In retnlnlng the
money. It Is a pii77.te to the cltj' detec
tives how the rest of the money was ab
stracted from the bag before Mrs. Plensh
burg found It. The theory ndvnnced Is
that Mrs. Spcllm.in lost ?: of the money
before Mrs. Plenshburg picked up the
hnml bag. Mrs. Spcllmnn Is the wife of
M J Spellman, who Is a lligman for the
Kansas City Cable Company.
tiii: A KA1 III. it
Tho oulclal forecast for to-daj- Is: Mis
souri, showers; Kansas, fair, and both
states will have stable temperature. The
highest and lowest temperature recorded
here j-estenlny was SS and 02 deg. The
record of last night's observations Is as
New- Orleans rOOC 72
....30 ) 7S
...."' !" 71
....21 'i M
....30 21 r.t
.. 3012 M
,....21 lis fiS
.. SDK, r.S
(.ate It) I li itrle Co.,
717 Delaware st. Tel. Sil
I-undell fan motors All sires and kinds.
Three speeds. Hest m ide.
ninths and fmienils.
Prances ,T. Morkj, nged fi jeirs, died
jestcrday morning nt the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Morlev-,
H1C Jeflorson street. The cause of death
was pneumonia The funeral will be this
afternoon .it 3 o'clock, at the Church of
the Sicred Heart. Hurlal will be In Mount
St. Marv's cemettrj
Plora M PiniiS. the Infant dnughter of
Mr. and Mrs Chailes Penny, died Sunday
at 411 Holmes stieet The funeral was
held vesterd.ij nfternoon nt 2 o'clock at
the residence. Ilurl.il was In Union ceme-
"'xir's. Hmmi Thorn, aged ts. died Sunday
at Mie) Penn street. The remains were
t iken J esterd.iv morning to Gardner,
Kas., for burial.
One hundred acts, by the best performers
In the world, Is the programme with tha
great Wallace shows.
An Iiimiiik Mnu In n lub of Water,
Word was sent to police headquarters nt
11 o'clock jesterday forenoon that an in
sane man was at &KI Hast Twelfth street.
The patrol wagon with I'atrolnnn Dally
went to the address given and found a
man, nbout -to jears of age, seated In a
tub of water He was taken lo the Cen
tral police station, where he gave his
name as Mjron Hrndlej Tondro Shortly
nfler his removal it was found that bis
real mime was J. Howard. a h.irnessmiker.
He wn-, locked In a cell and was held
until 3 o'clock, when his brother took Mm
away and promised to see thit ho was
properly cared for. Jlo has only ri-eently
shown signs of Insinlty and his relatives
believe thatwiih careful treatment he vlll
Ills 'ImiiM r lu tbn Garden.
Yesterday morning, when II. G. njtlll,
a real estate dealer, wno Uvea at 1'orty
thlrd nnd Washington street, awokn lie
found his trousers and vest mlsslnf -mm
near the head of the Vd wh-i he bad
hung them on retiring Sunday night The
thief seiured 13 from tho uouira and a
sllvei watch, chain and K. of P eiiarm
from the vest. The clothing taken by tho
burglar was ufteiwaids found m the gar
den In the leal of thu house, llstdl esti
mates his los at H0.
i.snuwh ill" IN rfiiriiitiueii Postponed.
On account of the Charity circus, the
performance of "Snowball," to have been
given this evening by the Knnsas City
Dramatic Club foi tho benellt of the llul
lene Guards, has been postponed to Tucs
daj evening, June 2j
Consumers of chewing tobacco who
aiewiUing to pay a IiUlemore tfcaa
tie price charged for tie ordinanj
trade tobaccos, will find te
brand superior to all otKer6
BtWARE Of IMITATIONS,
1 TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT,
Prominent Speakers From All
Sections Lawyers, Preachors,
There ts no nndlence room larce enoush
to hold the people who vvoull wish to
come together to hear of the wonderful Pen
eilts si'cutcd by tnklnit Simmon, t.lver
IlcKiilator, the Klnp of I.lvrr .Medicines,
People who uffercd from Malaria. Hhetim
nllsni, nillousne-ss, Sick Headache, Indl
Kcstlon nnd Djspepsln, and many other
troubles which came to them n; the natur
al result of .a torpid or diseased liver. All
these named nllmi-nts nre snrfered by tho
people because the liver Is torpid or dis
eased. They nre what the physicians call
liver diseases.. And the only lellef, tem
porary or permanent, I' to Ket tha liver to
work nnd keep It In active operation. Heir
what Is said by people In all wnlks of life.
'I lie? Kiprrlrnrn of Clergymen.
"I have had experience with your Idver
Medicine slnro lStw. nnd rccard It ns tho
preatest medicine of the times It deserves
universal commendation." Ilcv. JI. II.
Vharlon, Itnltlmore, Mil.
"1 hope oit have plenty of your Liver
IteRiililor, for 1 am afraid It it nhould fnll
my 'Itevlevv' would, too. 1 nm nble to work
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'Tor over two years I have suffered with
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The Woman's l'rle ml.
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