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Illinois Central It. K.
WEDNESDAY. June Ho-
Train will leavu Cairo A. M. and arriving
In I'lilcairo II::) I P. M. of the aiui) day. rare to
Chicago and rotnru,
llio anmmor running, mef-tlng, of the CIiIcrko
Itrlvlnir Park wl I liu kulil June SOtb to S8th In
clusive, uriunntlnit tinuKunl nttractlom lo those
Interested. Every one buouiu lane mis opponu
nit in vialt f!hlc.HLm.
iarTlr.kut are good to return on any through
tram leaving (.'hicituo up to and Including the
evening train or Monnsy. .iuiy nu.
K. T. .IKFKKUY, (len. Supt.
J . F. MKIIIlY, (ten. WeMo n Pass Ant
A. II. UANSON, tlen. ls Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA Ct-ARKSON, Atfont.
No. 30 Hth St, Cairo, 111.
fVQood Stock and Price Itutonablo,
John Kelly'a Threatened Bolt
Brings tho State Oom
mltteo to Terma.
Tho Ratio of Representation Fixed to Suit
the Great Sachem His Enthuaiastio
Reception by the Convention,
Flower's Popularity His Real Motive
Cleveland's Strength Conven
Sakatooa, Juue 18. Tho city la alive
with Utk'fjutcd this luortilnj?. Uuswell
1. Flower Is the ceuter of attraction ami
the oracle of consultatlou. llu appears
satisfied with the outlook. His ileuteu
auts claim to be able to control thu Con
vention. Wtll-iuformed observers think
the claim premature. It is an
nounced, as the result of sev
eral conferences, that Tammany and
the county Democrats will be given equal
representation in the convention. It is
also stated that this was roado con
ditionally upon Tammany's pledge to
vote for Cleveland. Cleveland's men are
very coulldent that they have the power
to control the convention. The State
Committee re-assembled at 10::i0 a. in.
Nothing of importance was done, the
heavy work having been completed last
The Titmiiuuy strength is not likely to
crystali.e either here or at Chicago, and
they huvd no candidate as a body, though
the Flower men expect to draw larelv
upen that geutleiuau's popularity.
Sah.woga, N. Y., Juue If, j:30 a. ill.
The Tammany Hall men arc up in arms.
They positively refuse to go Into the Con
vention unless the State Committee re
scinds its action of last night and gives
them the s:ime representation as the
county Democracy, the apportionment
being as adopted: County Democ
racy, as ; Tammany, 21; Irving Hall, 10.
They say they will not go before the
Committee on Credentials. They hold a
meeting at nine o'clock to receive an
answerto their ultimatum. If nut favor
able they declare that they will return to
New York on their special train this
afternoon. The general sentiment of
the country delegates seems to be
that the committee has made a seri
ous mistake. The State Committee ex
cuses itself oil the ground that a contra
ry action would be usurpation of the au
thority of the Convention and that there
was no precedent for the proosed ac
tion. Oho of John Kelly's most trusted
friends avers that Kelly has declared
his Intention to have Tammany boit
the conventioo, owing to the action
of tho SUite Committee la.t night in the
appointment of a relative representation
of the three Democratic factious of New
York city. Kelly dec'ared positively to
the reporter that if the Convention up
holds the appointment of delegates from
New York, the Tammany Hall delegates
will not enter the Convention, but will
take the first train for home.
Sakaiooa, N. Y., June Is. The con
veutiou has been called to order, and
Win. K. Smith, of Clinton County,
unanimously elected temporary chair
It was reported just before the meeting
of the Convention that the basis of rep
resentation between tho New lork fac
tions had beeu arranged thus: County
Democracy, ol; Tammany, ol; Irvipg, 10.
11:30 a. M. The Tammany Hail dilll-
culty has been satisfactorily settled.
There will be no bolt.
A sigh of relief went up from 300 Tam
many breasts, making even the blue
badges piuued to their coat lappels
quiver witn etnotlou w nen Joun Keiiey
announced this morning that all was
satisfactorily arranged. The braves were
crowded In a comer of the piazza of
the Grand Union, peeping lu at tho
sachems who were seated around the
couucll table. Judge Hilton having
opened the hotel a week iu honor of tho
occasiou. Thu leaders looked grhu iu
their war paint, aud the secretaries,
Messrs. Uilroy and Hoolaiian, appeared
considerably impressed with the solum u
ity of the occasiou. Then the big chief
said that it was voted that Tammany
should have their thirty delegates iu tho
convention. The State Committee hav
ing declared Its inability to change
the proportion of representation frotu
New York, tlxed at tho former conven
tion, Mr. Kelly said tho remedy was to
come from the convention itself aud it
was hinted that a resolution to be offered
by cx-Corporatlou Counsel Whitney lu tho
convention would give Tauimauy what It
demands. Thereupon the braves lifted up
their voices iu exultation at the prospect
of becoming lu's instead of out's and would
have indulged iu a war dance if tho rules
of the hotel had permitted. Then a
couplu of hours more were given to them
to relieve their overcharged emotions,
and once more the brass baud summoned
them to the piazza to select twenty-four
delegates who were authorized by the
State Committee last night, tho choice of
six additional members being left to the
favored two dozen.
Took ft Recess.
Sakatoua, N. Y., Juue 17, 2:30 p. M.
Convention took a recess uutll 7 p. in.
Nkw Yokk, Juuo It). Whatever may be
the view taken at Saratoga the Demo
cratic representatives In the House at
Washington are agreed that New York
can have the Presidential candidate If it
uuites In asking for Cleveland; that
If the State Democracy divide
their support, or present any other
man, the nomination will go to some
other State, and Dually, that Cleveland Is
by far the strongest candidate that can
be named ut Chicago. How far this
opinion on the part of tho Democrats iu
Washington will prevail at Saratoga, can
uol be ioretold, but It clearly agrees with
the most trustworthy Information from
other parts of the country, Flower is
engaged lu playing tho mischievous part
In tho party. His pretensions to tho po
sition of a candidate for tho Preside ucy
are simply ridiculous, and are so regard
ed by all scrlous-uiiudod persons. But
by the liberal use of money aud the work
lug of a bureau of ulucompoops, ho has
irmuatrloualy worked up for hlmsolf In
litis Stato a boom that Is Just big enough
to tnxoaten nilscntef la tho Saratoga Goo
veullou. It bus been Intimated that his
real purpose is to give himself sultl
clent importance In the political
Held to come forth next year its a candi
date for Governor. If that Is his object,
ho can do no belter for himself than
gracefully to take his boom out of tho
way in order that tho real New York
candidate for the 1'rcsldeutlal nomination
may bo presented with a united party be
hind him, or that llayard may be nom
inated. A more serious explanation of
the support he has obtained Is that It has
beeu fostered by tiiose who really wish
to defeat Governor Cleveland's chances.
SvitAiuiiA, N. Y., June 11 l'residcnt
Blair, of the New York State Working
men's Assembly, is already engaged lu
pushing the claims of tho organization
for better legislation regarding convict
labor, child labor, etc.
Temporary Chairman Smith, iu his
address, lueldently mentioned General
Hancock's name, which brought out a
storm of applause. The uame of Samuel
J. Tilden received wild applause.
In the roll call of delegates when New
York was reached, Colonel Fellows an
nounced that it had been agreed to equal
ize tho representation by giving the coun
ty democracy and Tammany each thirty
one and Irving Hall ten. A resolution to
this effect was unanimously adopted.
The most enthusiastic sceue of the Con
vention occurred when, after the settle
ment ofjthe New York delegations' dispute
the name of John Kelly was read. The
entire audieueo broke out iuto wildest
cheers and noise so great as to cause inter
ruption to business for several minutes.
Cleveland Delegates From Colorado.
Di;nvi:i;, Coi.., June If. At 2:30 this
morning the Democratic State Conven
tion held ut Pueblo, elected as delegates
to Chicago: Governor Grant, M. S. Wal
ler, M. D. Crow, J. D. McGiloray, Den
nis Sullivau and J. II. Letcher. The dele
gation is uniustructed, but Cleveland is
the probable choice.
It LAIN K AND JJOUSLV.
Georjre Bliss Denies Under Oath That
Mr. Blaine Interfered With the
Washington, D. C, June 17. Mr.
Georgo BlUs appeared this morning be
fore the Springer Committee, lie put iu
considerable testimony oral and docu
mentary Intended to refute Ker's charge
that ho (Bliss) had been recreant in
ills duty toward ex-Senator Dorscy in
the first Star-route trial. Bliss had been
complimented upon his conducting the
cases, and Brewster begged him to re
main in charge of them and Bliss give a
page of inside history regarding the re
moval of Marshal Henry, Postmaster Bin
ger and ex-Senator Spencer. On his own
responsibility Bliss asked the President
to remove these gentlemen and he did so.
The line of examination here suggesting
the rumors iu regard to ex-Secretary
Blaiue having used his lnlluence iu Dur
sey's favor, a question was put: "Did
Mr. Blaine ever request you to
favor Mr. Dorsey." Bliss at once re
plied that he had never since his connec
tion with the Star-route cases spoken to
Mr. Blaine about them, and had never
received a letter from Mr. Blaine or any
body else asking him to favor Dorsey or
any of the Star-route defendants. This
seemed to put an end to that part of the
I I ELD'S DAY.
Ha Explains Why He is Opposed by
Washington, D. C, Juuo 15. Tne
rM to-day prints au interview with
Representative Money, of Mississippi,
concerning the Presidential candidacy ol
Justice Field, and the views of the lattet
with regard to the recent action of tho
California Democratic State Convention
at Stocktou. Tne most important parts
of tho interview are as follows: "Learn
ing that Representative II. D. Money
was very close to Judge Field,
a Post reporter called upon Mr. Money
for the purpose of ascertaining wnai were
Field's views respecting the action of tho
Democratic Stale Convention of Cali
fornia and the editorial from the Altn
California recently telegraphed East by
the Associated l'rcss. Money said ho
had just returned from a visit to Judge
Field and had discusseu tno awi
editorial and action of the California
convention: that Judge Field had
expressed himself substantially to this
effect: 'There is a radical eietueut in
California politics that alarms tho con
servative men In that State without re
gard to patty organization, as dangerous
to thu rights of property. I have never
swerved from my duty to pander to that
element, which is therefore hostile to
me, but politicians have done so, and
this Is tho secret of tho resolutions
which have beeu aimed at me. The
element does not constitute a ma
jority of tho Democratic party of
California, but Is large enough to Intimi
date Its organization. This elemeut re
sented the judicial decisions of mine, not
one of which would I retract to receive
the nomination; therefore the action of
Chae tlifomla Convention Is no surprise
or disappointment to me. Most assured
ly I have not deserved any support which
was not the result of an open and frauk
appeal to public opinion, and, as you
kuow, I said months ago that I did not
expect to receive this support, and
it was so stated In the public prints.
I have not sought the nomination and if
I have allowed my name to bo used
it was lu deference to tho opinions of
friends in different parts of tho coun
try, who have acted without reference to
California sentiments, and the matter Is
with them and not with me. I do uot
suppose those gentlemen will modify
their action because they fail to receive
support in a quarter where they never ex
pected it.' "
A Thirteen Tears Old Mother.
Sai.km, III., Juno 18. J. M. Hoblnctt
was found guilty of bastardy by tho Ma
rlon County Court yesterday, Miss Dee,
once In the employ of the Hoblnett fam
ily, making tho charge. She Is supposed
to be the youngest mother In tho State,
being but thirteen years of age.
"Old Man" Orth's Suicide.
Pkkin, III., June 18. "01I Man"
Orth, a well-known fanner of Fremont
Township, flvo miles east of here, com
mltted suicide last night by taklug pol
Madrid, Juno 18. Tho public is
alarmed by an explosion In the bouse In
Callo, Seville, caused by a bomb placed
Insldo the doorwav. Tho door waa
hlown out and the windows shattered.
Outwitting a Proachor--A Daugh
ter's Stratogy to Socuro a
Sam Sloin's Sin-A New York Judg
Sjnds a Eiilroad President
Ii.4-Congres.snnn Heister Clymer's Deatb
CaUaeJ by His Own Hand
Insane. .it.axta, Ga., June 18. A sensation
has beeu created In social circles by the
elopement ot two well-known society
people. Miss Hattlo Wharton, daughtei
of Jwv. M. B. Whaiton, formerly Ameri
can Consul to Stuttgart, lut
been lung admired by Mr.
John W. Moon-. Objection:! LaU.12
been made to the match, resort was had
to strategy. Miss Wharton went tu
Macon to attend tho Wesleyan College
commencement. She was taken out by a
iriend for a drive aud called at the Laniei
House, where Mr. Mooro was lu waiting
with Kev. Mr. Manchester. The party
then proceeded to Christ's Church, where
tho ceremony was performed, and t lie
newly-wedded couplo attended tho com
Sam. Sloan's Siu.
B11 T.u.u, N. Y., June 18. Judge Beck
with yesterday granted au order to pun
ish Sam Sloan, President of tho Lacka
wanna Railroad, for coutempt of court lc
not obeying an Injunction recently grant
ed in tho suit brought by David S. Ben
nett to restrain thu road from occupying
"Do you think I ought to send Mr.
Sloan to jail?" asked the Judge.
"Certainly, he ought to be sent to jail,"
remarked Mr. Bennett.
The order was granted and ma J 3 re
turnable next Tuesday.
Heister Civmer's Death.
Rkamng, Pa., June 18. It Is ju-d
learned that tho late ex-Congressnu:i
Heister Clymer came to his death by liH
own hand aud uot from natural causes
as Indicated by his family aud friends.
An attendiug physician says Clyuni
t-jok a large dose of morphine, and
fearing that it would fail iu its pur
pose attempted to cut his throat w ith a
butcher-knife, whereupon his wifi
screamed and fainted away. He left two
letters iu which ho speaks of his tluaucial
embarrassment aud the continued depre
ciation in the iron business. Under the
pressure of these and other matters his1
mind gave way. The will he made sonic
two weeks ago leaves everything to his
PniLAiKi.i'iiiA, Pa., June IS. Blshoji
Simpson died at 8:30 a. 111.
Bishop Matthew Simpson was bom h
Cadiz, ., Juno 'Jt 1S11. lie received ac
academic education in his native town
aud attended Madison College, Pa.,
where he became a tutor in his nine
teenth year. Ho studied and began th
practice of medicine, but felt t
desire for the ministry and joined thi
Pittsburg Conference. In 1;W hi
became President of Indiana As
bury University, where he remained uutil
1?48, when he was elected editor of the
Ui.-'to-n Christian AdvitcnU: In 1852 ho
was chosen Bishop. Ho traveled through
various foreign lands as a delegate to tli-i
Evangelical Alliance In Ber.in in 1858.
During the civil war he was earnest iu
behalf of tlic Union. He wrote "A Hun
dred Years of Methodism," and othel
religious books. He resided at Kvaus
PitixcKTo.v, I1.1.., June 18. In tho ac
couut of the fhootiug of Johu Daley by
William McGinnis, telegraphed yesterday,
It was Intimated that the affair cr;w o.it
of a scandal iu which a woman ilgureJ
conspicuously. Daley, who Is a hand
some young fellow, has been in the em
ploy of Mrs. Marcus Bryant, widow ol
a nephew of tho late William Cullen Bry
ant. it appears he had been circulating
strong stories about that lady, Intimating
that it grave crime had been committed.
It is said that Mrs. Bryant, hearing of tho
stories, offered Daley money to leave tho
country, but he refused. McGinnis is
her brother. No hope is entertained of
Daley's recovery. McGinnis is s'.lll iu
STATIC W. C. T. U.
Reports Received by the Conveatiaa
Speeches by Gentlemen.
Si-dvi.ia, Mo., June is. Tho W. C. T.
U. Convention met at nine o'clock In th;
Methodist Church with a full attemlaticj
of delegates and visitors, Mrs. Huffman,
the President, presiding. The devo
tional exercises were conducted by II. B.
Harford, of Kansas City, after which tin
atiO ladies present sang with great effect,
"My Soul, be on Thy Guard."
The various standing committees am
the Convention then settled squuely
down to tho work of the session. Mrs.
V. V. Holdon, ol St, Louis, read an ex.
haustlve report on prison work, dctailinsj
the results of her visits to various prison 1
lu the State. Dr. Brooks, President of th 1
State Temperance Alliance, Dr. Holland,
editor of tho IrrciirvuKihln Conflict, an I
C. J. Holt, a temperance lecturer of sotu t
note, were tendered tho courtesies of 111)
lloor. They all responded with short
speeches. Dr. Holland was favored by
tho ladles with a "Chatauqua salute."
Mrs. S. J. Grubb, of Kirk wood, super
lntondentot foreign work, made a lonj
report which was much discussed. Tlili
brought the Convention to their devo
tional hour, from eleven to twelve, and
they adjourned until 2 p. in.
SiiKi.inviu.K, lix., Juno 18. Excite
ment was occasioned hero yesterday
afternoon by the ilndlng of tho dead
body of a man lying In a pasture lot a
half mile east of the city. An examlna
tlou proved It to bo tho body of h M.
Crooks, who for tho past six 01
eight months has been a. partnei
in a furniture storo lu this city. Uli
pockets were turned Inside out, hit
gnpOMi"1 pockeuVbook he usrraV
ly carried nowhere to be found. Crooks
left his boarding-house last Friday, and
since that has not been seen there. It is
believed that ho had a couslderablo
amount of money on his person and foul
play is suspected. He must have
met hU death several days ago,
as tho body Is lu nn advanced Btato
of decomposition, making It impossible
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iu 11 ins mum iy nit luumrcs. va
pors in his pocket, :unoi;g them a uoto
for 8300, proved his Identity. His part
ner, Mr. Holt, wont to l.akewood yester
day and further particulars can uot be
learned until his return. The decaying
body was buried and the Coroner held au
Till: i" K.MALE PUDS.
Howard Still in the Van Anderson's
BaiTMuitK, Mi., June 18. The score
at noon at tho female International pe
destrian contest waa: Howard, 188; To
bias, 171; Douglass, 173; Kilburg, 1C3;
Anderson, 101; Massicot, 110 ; Woods,
12.); Mabel, ill ; Martin, yi. The weather
Is Intensely hot. Tbompsoa Is still hi,
while M;irtiu struggles 0:1, encourjgt'd
by t!io spectators. Andeion, last year's
champion, and the favorite, Is twenty
seven mill s behind Howard- She is pio.l
ding the track doggedly, saying she will
break down her more agile rivals.
Bad for Ferris.
Lincoln, 1 1.1.., Juue 18. A cha
rivari and beer-drinking festival lu
Macoupin County were Important events,
as brought out lu the Mt. Pulaski triple
murder trial yesterday. Defendant Fer
ris Is endeavoring to establish an alibi
ami his only hope Is lu convincing tho
jury that tho latter cutertalumeut oc
ean red on Friday night, August 18, 1882,
Instead of the Thuisday ulght preceding.
Several w itnesses were examined, aud so
test) lied, but with two exceptions became
confused and contradictory oil cross-examination,
The defendant will testify in
his owu behalf to-day aud witnesses in
rebuttal will bo called to-morrow.
HELD l'OIl U1UAMY.
Billy Williams and Fannie Black
Awaltinfr the Action of a Mis
souri Grand Jury.
Sr. Chahi-ks, Mo., June 18. William
Williams and Mrs. Fannie Black are in
Jail iu this city under a commitment Is
sued by Squire Fred Valentino on thealll
davit of Pulaski Black, charging them
with bigamy. Williams was a fireman
for Kuapp, Stout & Co. of St.-Louis, at
A. ton Slough. They waived preliminary
examination a id will bo he. d until tho
Grand Jury meets In September ticxt.
Femila a. A. R's.
P.risiipniiH, Pa., Juuo IS. Tho Wom
an's R'lief Corps, au auxiliary to the
Grand Army of tho Republic, met in con
vention herj to-day for tho purpose of
Instituting a State Department. Mrs.
Sarah C. Niclio', of Auburn, N. Y., Pres
ident uf the National Department, and
many other leading ollkcrs of the society
are present. Eight corps, represented
by sixty delega'es Iroiu all parts ot tho
country arc iu attendance. The National
Convention will be held at Miuueapolls
Nkw Yoi:k, Juue 18. Ex-President
Fish pleaded not guilty to-day to tho
charge of the misappropriation of Na
tional Bank funds. He was released on
his orlglua' bail.
ti:li:g kapiiic ijkevities.
The condition of Cuba was discussed
iu the Spanish Senate.
Tho Democratic State Convention ot
Louisiana organized Tuesday.
Democratic State Convention.) wcro
held iu Delaware and Maine Tuesday.
Georgo P. Sanborn, Receiver of tho
Manufacturers' Bank, Milwaukee, failed.
Athens, Pa., was visited by the niosl
destructive lire lu the history of thu
Iron mills at Apollo, Pa., resumed with
nou-Uniou men. Strikers did uot molest
t lie III.
Ttouo his withdrawn his resignation
as President of tha Spanish House of
Und- r tho law against ganiblinz a
( l.velai.d "bucket-shop" was closed by
A tumult in front of a Liberal Senator's
residence at Brussels had to be dispersed
Paris journals declare that Franco will
not consent to a reduction of interest ou
the Egyptian debt.
( C. Monis, a prominent citizen of
Grecnsburg, Ky., was assassinated by
Thu seventeenth annual convention of
the railway master mechanics Is lu ses
sion at Long Branch.
The annual meeting of tho Cincinnati,
llaml'.tou Jt Dayton I till way Company
Was held at Cincinnali.
. Colonel Edward K. Piatt, Adjutaut
Genenil of the department ot Missouri,
tiled at Fort Leavenworth.
Receivers of tho Philadelphia & Read
ing Road were authorized by the Court
to borrow money to pay wages aud luter-
An epidemic, believed to be the Buborle
plague, has broken out In the villages
along the right bank of tho Tigris River
R 'ports from Chicago indicate that the
Grand Trunk Road has practically decid
ed to become a member of theeast-bouud
It is stated by a Berlin paper that Bis
marck emphasizes his decision to annex
Augra I'equetiax to tho German posses
sions lu Southwest Africa.
Edward L. Moan, a Cleveland broker,
who managed deals for Stanley, tho de
faulting bank teller, was arrested under
thu Federal statutes as an abettor.
Primary elections by the Democrats of
Chicago favor d Mayor Carter Harrison
as candidate for Governor of Il'.luols and
as delegatc-at-large to tho National Con
vention. Peter C. Small, a noted horsc-thlef, who
escaped from jail at Mas-ton, Pa., writes
a local paper that ho Inn a desiro to steal
General Grant's Arabian horses. There
Is a reward for Sniah's arrest.
The Coroner 1ms been nMilled that the
late Hon. lb l ter Clymer, of Pennsylva
nia, committed culc'.do by taking mor
phine, on account of alleged llnunclal re
verses. There is to be au Investigation.
Chief of Police Brown ot Pittsburgh
uotlllcd proprietors ot combination pool
rooms, that they must close and quit soil
ing pools on races or anything else ffnm
to-day. Tho matter will be taken to tne
courts. . . ...
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
fiorc Tbroat, Nwplllng-. Npralns, Braises.
Ilurna. M.-alila, t'roat lilies,
HD ALL UTHKH HOUILIT Pil.lS iflll ACRIS.
Boil bjr Urungiila ami laleri evryabar. fifty CffUlf totUa.
IHrrcllona in 11 Laoguagra.
THK CHAI:i.t: A. VOtiFI.RH CO.
ii i.l tuutu.lt CO) Baillaiira,Bd., C.i.4.
Fortify tlio System.
All who have rxoorlt-nrart and witnoa.nri tha
efli-ct of Ilni-tutter'n Stomach Bittere upon the
weak, broken down, oYnpondinu victims of dynpep
fin, liver ri'Piu'alnt, lover ami ague, rheumatism,
nervous debility, or pormatnre decay, know that
In thl supreme tonic and ultiratlvo theru txiste a
t peclflc prlnc!l)lo wulch iuachti tho vt-rv source of
thu trouble, mid elTucts au absolute and permanent
For fain by all dra.Klats and dealers generally.
Who want Rlossy, luxuriant
ami wavy tresses of abundaut,
beautiful 11 air must use
LYON'S KAT1LUKOX. This
elesantj cheap article always
malios tho llair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff anil
ilchiiiff, makes tiio Hair
fstromr, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it In
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy llair is tho sure
result of using Katliakoii.
B"f'"''"' it ads on tho LIVti:, BOWELS and
hlD.LlS at the same time.
Escaose It oleano th lyatem of tha poison,
ovu humors that develoDe In Kidner ana trn.
nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constlpav
viuu, x-uoe, or in nmnunaasm, JNeuralg-la, Nor
tvua viMvrwvrv Run auj a emaie i:nmpi.ir,
urxuuu proof of rm&
IT WILL 80BBLT CTOB
By causing FUEB ACTION of ail the organ
and funotiona, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off fliinsin
TH0U8ANDS Of OASES
of the wont forms of these terrible dlseasea
have beeu quickly relieved, said la a short tim
PRICK, (I. 1 tql ID On DUT, BOLD BT BBCfiIST8.
Dry can be sunt by moil.
WELLS, RICHARDSON1 ft Co., Burlington, Tt,
3 bend itaoip fur iliary Aluuuuw for 1094.
-H- OO -ft- -H-l
This porous plaster la
famous for its quick
and hearty action la
oaring tame Back,
Ph.mmHrm , Bviatioa.
Crick in the Back, Bide or Hip, Neuralirla, Stiff Joint
and Mux-lea, Sore t'liwt. Kidney Troubles and all pains
or Ot'hc s either local or aerpeated. It Soothes, Strength
ens anil Stimulates the ports. The virtues of hops com.
blnud with gumsclean and ready to apply. Superior to
UntinentK, lotions and soiree. Price g& cents or for
11.00. Sold by drug-1 so , .. s ssss so assi
. . . i n m Ba m rw u
eelpt ( f price. Hop
luster company, Pro
prietors, llonton, Moss.
' h-' '$-$' T?N5r rK
t ir Tho test family pill made iiawley's Stomach owl
I.lrcr Pills. rieawuitlnoctlonoriilroavtotAks.
Whose debility. eUnatel
MKrn, premature array
and failure to perform life's
yr are vauaeu
eit-aw-es. errors oi jomn, ewj.
nil una a
perfect and laating
restoration io rvbsiat health
anft arlo-arans Mfm bood
THE MARSTON BOLUS.
INailher atomarn druira-lna' aor
nut rumen w. T h Is t roolmenl ol
av jrnyeiaiasva-ay lasniiomia?
uuhl lwusnsa baaed on nertect diaa-unaia?
sew and dlrees Methods and absolute lhr
anghneee. Full Information ana malts rja.
Address nonsuiting fhrslclon ot , --as
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