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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN : FRIDAY" 'MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 1883
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
ftuttrni lu inn column, tgni cent per line for
Irttand (lv cent par lint cb iubnequent Inter
tlno. rr on wek. 80 cnu jnir line, ror on
ojonth, t(o conu per Hue.
iiewr JBlacksoiith Shop.
A. new horse nhoeing shop ba been open
ed by Mr. P. Power oa Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksm. thing and wsgon worlt
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work doue promptly. "
Tor lame B4.:k, Side or Chost use
Shhoh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Paul 0. Sohub, Agent. (5)
Now in the time to treat Catarrh of long
standing. Elys' Cream Btliu reaches old and
obstante cases, where all other remedies
fail. Do not neglect procuring ft bottle,
as in it lies the reliet you seek. Price 50
ccnta. Apply into nostrils with little firmer.
See a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grape from
which Spar's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalid., weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
E. R. ' Clavkb, Gilford, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of dyspep
sia, dyspeptic colic and belching spells."
To all who are suffering from the errors
and in liscretions of youth, nervous weak
new, early decay, loss Of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, Fix EE
of cnAiioK. This great remedy was
discovered oy a ministor in South America.
Send a gull-addressed envelope to the R'V.
Joseph T. Lnmak, 8tation D., New York
iiucKien'8 Aruica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruise, Sores, Ulcers," Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It js guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Faumeiu and others desiring a (rented,
lucrative agency business, by wbicb $ 5 to
$20 a day can be earned, and addre.w at
onre, on postal, t V. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
15 and 197 Fulton street. New Yoik.
Nkrvocne"8, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Neivnus bin ck, St. Vitu Dcre. Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently and radi- j
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, the great
botanical remedy. $1.00, pkg., 0 for $5.
A Good Kcstaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Itastuurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
in ave. Only 23 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will And the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when wo know of one that
really is a public henefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Eich. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Ilarry
W. Bchub, t6)
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, 8iint Louis to Kinaaa City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pulluisii P dace Sleeping Curs of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Dopot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection la made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
ti"n of Missouri and Nebratka. Send for
illustrated mips, pamphlets, &c, of this
liiip. winch will be mailed tree.
C. B. Kissan, F. Chandler,
Aas't Ucn'l Pass. Agent. Uen'l Pass Agent
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferer by Dr
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption
Y'u re requested to call at Harrv W
Schuh's urug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, lUy Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or anv election of tho throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (8)
8biloli's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. ochuh, agent. (0)
Having purchased the bakery ol J.
Anthonv.on Wasthlngtou avenue between
0th and lOih streets, t prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the. beat quality at the lowest prices
to ba lound iu the city. Call and see me.
12-li t.f Jacob Lather
Cottage For Sale.
i I off' my cotugo next to the
corner ot 2 let and Poplar streets,
East tide, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or "f me at N w York
gtors. M. LtrrcovrrcH.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotle la tbM eoiamns, ton cants par lint,
Kff inrtloD and whether nmked or Dot, If calcu-
Mod to rowed aar uuq builuess intrii art
always paid for.
The proceedings ot Tuesday's council
meeting appear elsewhere in this issue.
The Ohio is rising again all along, but
will probably not come up more than a
John Hardin, a prominent republican
politician of Uuity precinctoin this county,
died a few days ago.
The hit of the season 1 The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay , Btotbers'.
Sleighing was still possible on some
the streets yesterday in spite of rapid
thawing, and it was enjoyed by a few.
Assessments Nos. 110 and 111, of the
Knights of Honor, include each two cases
ot suicide, but the insurance is promptly
In accordance with a call from the
president, the Southern Illinois Immigra
tion society will meet in one of the par
lors of The Ilillidiy this afternoon.
A sick white woman was found lying
on the floor of the Hibernian engine bouse
last evening. Mayor Tlustlewood was noti
fied and had her provided with care, etc.
School children will und The Bclle
tis scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Do not forgot that the unmitiable
Katie Putnam appears in six diff;rent
characters to-night at the Opera Ilouse, the
"Little Detective" being the attraction.
Early yesterday morning Ice began to
run heavily down the Ohio river, interfer
ing seriously with the movements of the
several transfers and the ferry boats in this
Miss Katie Putnam with her first-class
comedy company registered at The
Haliiday early this morning, the
entire cast appearing in Miss Put
nsoi's new comedy drama "The little De
tective" to-night at the Opera Ilouse.
Mrs. Charles Lame has been very ill
for the p st few days. Her phynicisn has
very little hope of her recovery. Her bed
side has been conntsntly attended by her
devoted daughter, Mrs. Ford, with many
other loving ones.
The three or four Anchor line boats
lying at this port were towed across the
river to the Kentucky shore yesterday af
ternoon, in order to be out of danger from
the (bating ice which was coming down
close along the Illinois shore quite heavily.
The Illinois senate Wednesday refused
to concur in the house resolutions relative
to removal of cases from state to
federal courts. The bill to ameud the game
law was referred back to tho judiciary
committee. The bouw held a short session
at which numerous bills were introduced.
As a character actress Miss Kitie Put
nam is not excelled upon the stage, and
the drama offered to the Cilro public to
night. The "Little Detective," thoroughly
developes her versatility and enables her to
entertain heraudience with profit and pleas
ure. Obtain your scats early to-day at
Tho temperature north and west of us
rose generally during the twenty-four hours
ending at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The lowest was at Bismarck where the
thermometer stood at 8 above zero, having
fallen 3 degrees. At North Platto it was
3 above, and at all other points it was 80
The warden of the Joliot penitentiary
has made his report to the governor for
Jauuary, as follows: Convicts on hand
January 1, 1,441 j received in January, 44.
Total 1,485. Discharged in January, 51;
pardoned, 3; died, 4; out on writ of
habeas corpus, 2; escaped, 1. On hand
January 81, 1,424; females, 23; males, 1,
401. "The f Little Detective" presented by
the Katie Putnamtrnupo at tho Opera House
to-night is an entire new piece written ex
pressly for Miss Katie, and is calculated
to bring the charming lady conspiciously to
the front, and developes her best talents.
The entire troupe are cat-t in the play, and
as she gives but the one performance, her
legions of friends should turn out and wel
The two railroad men McKay and
Key, who are suspected of baviug burglar
ized a vvaoHsn car at (Jartm wero
taken back to Carml yesterday even
ing by Mr. G. A. Rudolph, yard master at
thnt place, who traced the men and the
goods to this city and caused tho former's
arrest. They will bo tried at Canal where
the crime wts committed.
Several hours yesterday morning were
taken op in the court of Magistrate Com
ings in preliminary motions in an attaoh-
uifnt suit in fivor of Whlto & Co., of Bird's
Point, Mo Hnd against one J. C. Fishor,
who runs a boarding car on the Iron Moun
tain road. The proceedings involve the
road as tho gnrniaheo. Messis. Leek and
Warder are the attorneys in the case. Tho
caso was continued until this morning at
9 o'clock. The amount lnvolvod is $144.
The recent losses by flood in Ohio,
Indiana and Pennsylvania it is within
bound to ssy will amount to millions.
The rush ot waters csmo at an unusual
season and was fsr reaching in its destruc
tive couscquenccs. wiuie this waste was
going on cast of us the almost unparal
lelad cold has been very destructive in the
stock regions of Texas and the plairs bor
dering on the Rocky mountains. In the
territory lying between these two injured
fear that localities there is much reason to
fruit has suffered to an amount greater thsn
the losses in either quarter named. The
pist week ba been one of heavy disasters.
Mr. William Lemen, who has for eome
time been connected with The Bulletin
as assistant business manager, loft last
night for 8t. Louis, where ho will remain
for a week or two and thon return to Green
ville, Bond county, to his old home. He
has severed his connection with The Bul
letin, which was not to his taste, he being
accustomed to the free and easy life at a
large, well-furnished farm, and will again
assumotho nimigement of his farm in
The father and mother of the late
Tueoplmlus Hill, who resided in Kentucky
and was killed in the bad accident on the
Texas and St. Louis railroad some time
ago, have brought suit against the road
for five thousand dollars damages. The
suit is brought in the circuit court here by
Mr. Angus Leek, complaint's attorney. It
is brought under a law guaranteeing to the
survivors of a person killed in a railroad
accident resulting from neglect or careless
ness of the compsny or its agents, fivw thou
sand dollars, payable by such company.
There are thirty-four prisouers in our
county jail, about twenty-five of whom are
negroes. And lest some of our country
exchanges, notably the Jacksou County
Era and Paducah News, should fill npon
this speck of information, mignify it into
a huge cloud of black dishonor and cast it
over Cairo as a warning to stranjers, etc.,
etc., we will state that not one of the
thirty-four is, or ever was, acit z.'n of this
city or county; every one of them bails
from one of our neighboring towns, per
chance neighbors to the very gentlemen
who delight iu venting their bad humor
and ugly spleen upon Cairo's innocent
head. About twenty-five of the prisoners
are charged with crimes for which the
penalty is a term of years in the peniten
tiary, and their capture by the officer here
was so well managed that it is not likely
that a single one of the prisoners will es
cape the penalty.
Sometime ago a petition signed by a
number of the leading citizens of Hodges
Park was seat to the county court, Judge
Robinson presiding, asking that au election
be ordered to decide upon adopting a vil-,
Uge government for the towa. Judge
Robinson granted the petition and ordered
that such election be held on the 13th inst.,
nextTuesdsy. The law governing such
cases requires that a certain number of no
tices announcing that such election will be
held, shall be posted up in the place where
such election is to be held fifteen days be
fore the day for the election. This part of
the law was not complied with by the
Hodge Park people, the notices of election
not having been put up even yet. The
result is that there will be no election on
next Tuesday and the attempt to create a
village out ot the town of Hodges Park
will be deferred a while longer. It is
likely, too, that upon second thought, the
people have concluded that the advantages
afforded by a village government are not
conimeasiiMto with the greatly increased
cost of such a goverement over that of a
town, and have abandoned their intention
The new local of the Paducah News
shows his "freshness" in every issue of that
paper. He is a good writer and makes the
paper interesting it is true; but he does
this often at the expense of truth
prudence, good sense and good Eng
lish. In Wednesday's issue of the News
he makes a frantic thrust at Chief
Myers, of this city, because he took
the young nejjro Harris to Frankfort, in
stead of turning (he prisoner over to the
Paducah officers to take back. Ho thinks
the Paducah officers ought to have bad the
honor of returning Harris to Frankfort, and
tho fifty dollar reward for doing so, be
cause they made tha arrest, and because the
chief did not do this very uncalled-for
thiug, the young ranter rants violently and
commits some outrageous assaults upou the
English language. Had the young man
repressed his fiery nature a little and given
his reason a chauce, he would probably
have found it advisable to enquire into the
whole truth of the matter concerning
which ho bad determined to rant; and had
ho made due enquiry, he would have dis
covered that the true lownrduess of the
Harris case had bettor not, out of consid
eration for the Paducah police force, be
made the subject matter of fiery discus
sion iu the public prints, lie would have
dii-covered, for iustance, that Harris bad
been in Paducah three or four times since
his escape, and that he had parsed the
Paducah ollkers on tho streets time and
again, without even arousing their curiosity;
that tho Paducah oflkers did not know ol
Harris' presonco iu Paducah this last time,
and would never have dreamed of looking
for him, but for a dispatch from Chief
Myers of this city, surprising them with
the information that Ilar.is was there and
asking them to arrest him (or a burglary of
which he was suspected hero. Upon this
information, doubted by Mar-hal Geary,
and at tho request of Chief Myers, reluc
tantly obeyed by the Paducah officers,
Harris was arrested; and now tho young
ranter of the News, with the effrontery of
a custom house official, claims all credit for
Harris' arrest for the Paducah police!
Such facial area overcomes us; in the pre
ence of such sublime audacity ordinary
language becomes mild, flit, meaningless,
and our supreme astonishment must burst
the bounds sot by good old legitimate
English and seek relief, "oh I gee!" Iu
conclusion now it may be proper to ssy
that the lit'le fifty dollars reward which
st ems to have been the sole cause of the
Nt ws'fooliah exhibition of temper, was bare
sufficient to defray the expense of taking
Harris back to Frankfort, and Chiof Myers
had his trouble almost tor nothing; but he
saved this county the expense of trying
and convicting at least one of Paducah'
citizeos who sought, to their sorrow, to
tnako Cairo the field of their dishouobt
There is an apparently authentic re
port of the discovery of a new textile
fibre-yielding plant in Mexico, which, if
correctly describod, will bo of more vulue
to that country than her richest mines.
Mexican newspapers declare that the fibre
is brilliant, fine, stronger than linen or
silk, that it takes dyes readily and is ex
tremely phablo and durable. The texture
of fabrics made from it strongly resembles
silk. Its preparation and manufacture are
said to present no difficulties. The plant
is a vine and not a varity of strave.
The Bloomington Bulletin oa the
weather: "The wicked stand io slippery
places these days and so do the righteous.
This is the general rule. But a not it
frequent exception to this rule is that while
both the wicked and the righteous are
standing in slippery places,) they fall
down." The same on Joo. Cowd in : "The
lower house of the general assembly adopt
ed a joiut resolution requesting Captain
John Cowden to address the legislature on
tho eui'j fct of the improvement of the
Mississippi river. When the resolution
reached the senate on Monday it was wise
ly referred to the committee on federal re
lations. Cuptain Cowdun in, in tho estima
tion of not a few good men, a river im
Monday night a freight car standing
on the track of the Wabish road at Carmi
was broken into and a quantity of new
clothing taken therefrom, consisting- of two
vests, four coats and a pair of pants. On
Tuesday night the yard master of the read
at Carmi unexpectedly entered the
caboose of a freight train thit had just
came in and noticed that the conductor and
a brakeman on tha train, named James
McKay and Frank Key, were bastly hiding
some new clothin?. He had not heard of
the burglary then and the actions of
McKay and Kiy did not arouse his sus
picionB; but news of the crime reached him
Wednesday and he at once suspected them
as the guilty parties. He came down here
and together with several officers made
search for the goods which they found in a
down town saliwn, phced there for safe
keeping by the men nsmed, who, upon be
ing arrested yesterday, were found to have
checks tor the goods. They deny having
taken the goods, Conductor Key claims that
the check for tho goods was given him tor
safe-keeping by another brakeman under
him named Bradford Newlin, who in turn
denies all knowledge ot tho affair. The value
of the goods is not large enough to send
the prisoners to the penitentary on a charge
of larceny and the charge of burglary can
not be brought against them in the
courts here because the offense was com
mitted in another county. It is deemed
best, therefore, to send the prisoners back
to White county where the crimi was com
mitted. In view of the fact that the Alex
ander ccunty jail is nearly full of transient
criminals and the burden of trying them
will be very heavy there ought to be no
hi sitation about making White county bear
tiie expense of the trial of McKay and Key,
more especially since in thit county alone
the full penalty of the crime can he in
new bule qovermno pilots.
Washington, D. C, February 8. At
the recent meeting of the board of supervis
ing inspectors of steamboats the old rules
governing pilots on western rivers were
substituted for the ono adopted a few years
since. This rule applied to steam boats
passing in midtronu. The inspectors
decided the new rule should go into effjet
September 3. Comprint lias been received
on account of the leng h of the time inter
vening, members of the board assigning as
areasou for pi icing the time so far ahead
that thu law requires two copies of the rules
to be displayed in each vessel, and that
each of those copies must be signed by
every member of tho biard. Six thousand
copies will be required for western steam
boats. These must be sent to each inspec
tor, about ten in number, who will stan
them. They will then be signed by Gen.
Dumont. Under these circumstances it is
boliovcd that but a limited time is allowed
for doing tho work. River men claim that
they want the new rules to go into effect
immediately. The change in the rules was
made against the judgment of board of su
pervising innpectors. They claim, how
ever; that pilots can not charge disasters to;
a new rule with which they were familiar
but a few years ago.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 0th, three lots
S, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletim
LADIES. ATTENTION !
You now have the opportunity to make new and
tractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and oth;r articles of apparel.
avery package or tile
HANDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WA11RAN TED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been offered. Price: loc. per package; 2
for 25c. Try them and you will be delighted.
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7c Oliio X-ieTreo and
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
The Russian police claim that Nihilism
There are 883,000 gallons of whiskey in
bond in C'hicHgi.
New York his sent nearly $50,000 to
the Gorman flwd buJerora.
A Belleville man ate 32 Wienerwursts in
eleven minutes, winning a $23 but.
The sale of B irah Ileruhirdt's jewels is
attracting much attention iu Paris.
Jules Ferry recommends President Grevy
to expel thu Orleans princes by decree.
II. C. Gurney, accountant of the Bank of
Commerce, Durham, Canada, has ab
sconded, leaving ashortigi of $12,000.
The Lord Miyor of Loudon was only a
porter in a warehouse, but he persevered
iu the lace of all nppoiiti n and ree upid
ly. It is only persistency and merit tout
has maue Dr. Bull's 0ugh Srup the
gujatest family remedy fur coughs aud
colds now offered to the "uQrriug public.
A warrant drawn by directors of school
district 1, T. 14, R. 4.,W., made payable to
Jennie Warwick for $33.00 with interest.
All persons are cautioned against buying
or trading tor it, as payment has been
stopped. Jobs Uodoes.
Cairo, III., Feb'y 9.
General Philip II. Sheridan in the
harj)V own.'r of four of tho finest
GoWin tnestries ever brought to this
country. Tuuv wire presented to him
by a wealthy American now liviug in
Lurope. He kocps them lorked up in
safety' vaults in Chicago, as ha has to
suitaljk place to han thorn in; but he
savK be would pladly Tend them, for ex
bibition or study, were they properly
To be or not to b j without 9t. Jacobs
Oil is the question; I must always havo
it. Without it I'd be miserable lost;
with it, I am happy in my satety. ,
THE SHADOW H.AMKSO OVEB HEW YOBI
CITT AJSD THE KNTIUB COUSraf
A T1UBU.NE OPISIOX.
The nation has beeu horiSed at the
burning of the Milwaukee hotel, whereby
over seventy lives were lost. This event
carried terror because it was sudden and
appalling; but had the snue disastrous re
sults to life and-limb come silettly they
would have been unnoticed, not ouly by
the people of tho land but also by the
very community in which they occurred.
Fatal events ot a far worse naturo have
taken Dlace in this very city, but they have
attracted no attention, nor would they
now did not the Bureau of Vital Statistics
bring them to our notice. "Figures do not
l:e," whatever else may be uncertain and
the report of the deaths of this city Is a
startliug comment on its lite. During the
past year the enormous increase of certam
maladies is simply appalling. While the
total number ot deaths Ims diminished and
the death rate on most diseases has de
creased still it is far greater in one or
two eoriom disorders thnn was ever known
betora. More people died in the
City of New York in 1883 from
Brinht'a dieeHse of tho kidoevs, th in f om
dipbther a. snull pov. apd typhoid fever all
combined 1 Th a srarcely steins possible
but it is true and when it is remembered
that less thnn one-thirl the actual deaths
from Bright's diseaie are really reported as
such, the ravages of tho malady can bo par
The immediate query which every read
er will make upon such a revelation of fact',
is: What onuses tins increase? This is a
difficult question to answer. The nature
of the climate, the habits of life, the adul
teration of foods stid liquors, all undoubt
edly contribute, but no immediate cause
oan bo certainly assigned. Often before the
victim knows it tbe dixcuse has begun. lis
approaches are S t stealthy and its symptoms
so obscure tliHt they cannot be definitely
foreseen and are only known hy their (ffects.
Any kidney disorder, however slight, is the
first stacre of Bright's disease, But it Is
seldom that kidney disorder can bo de
tected. They do not hive any certain
symptoms. Mysterious weariness; an un
usual appetite; periodical hendnches; oc
casional nausea; uncertain pains; loss of
vigor; lack of ncrvo power;
irregularity of tho heart; disordered
dally habits; Imperfect digestion all these
and many other symptoms aro tho indica
tions of kidney disorder even though there
may bo no nnln In the region of the kid
neys nrio that portion of the body. The
serious nature of these troubles may bs on
dtutood from the fact that Bright', disaasa
is ascertain to f.d low dineased kidneys as
decomposition follow death.
It is hiyh time that the Doctors in this
land who have b. en unibie to control kid
ney troubles, should be aroused and com
pelled to find some remedy, "r acknowl
edge one already found. Tho Kuflering
public needs help aud csnLOt awnit the
tardy action of any hair-pi tting code or
incorrectly formulated theories. If the
medical world lias no certain remedy for
this terrible disease let them acknowledge
it and seek for one outnide the pale of 'heir
profession. For be discovery ot this rem-
edy and for its application to ibis disease,
the people of thi city ; the people of the
whole land ; not only Jtlioe who are suffer
injf, but those who hive friends in danger
are earnestly and longingly looking.
The above quotation from the New-York
Tribune iscausing consi lerable commotion,
a it seem to lift the cover from a subject
that has become of nation il importance.
Tho alarming increase of kidney diseases;
their insidious beginnings and frightful
endings and the acknowledged inability of
physicians to successfully cop'! w ith them
may well awaken the greatest dread
of every one who has the tlightcdt symp
toms. It is fortunate, hovnvi-r, that the
surest relief is olten found where possibly,
least expected, and that there is a specific
for the evils above described we have come
to fully believo. Within the past two
years we hive frequently seen statements
of parties claiming to live been cured of
serious kidney troubles even after hope I ad
been abandoned; but in common with
most people we have discredited them.
Quite recently, however, a number of prom
iaeut and well-known men ha"e come out
voluntarily and stated over their signatures
that they were completely cured by the use
of Warner's Sfc Kidney bn i Liver Cure.
Most people have been aware that this
mcdicino has an unusual standing and one
entitling it to be classed ab mi proprietary
articles generally; but that it had accom
plished so much in checking the wages of
kidney disease is not so generally known;
Its great worth has been shown not only by
the cures it has effected, but also because
a number of base imitations have appeared
in the market, fraudulently claiming tho
valuable qualities of tho original Safe
Cure. If it we're not valuable, it would
not be imitated.
The above may seem like an ultra en
dorsement ot a popular temedy, but it is
not one whit stronger than the facts admit
Whatever assists tho world toward health
and consequent happiues?, shoull receive
the hearty endorsement of tho press and
all friends of humanity. It is on precisely
this principal that the foregoing statement
is made and it merits the careful consider
ation of every thinking reader.
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