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DAILY CAIRO BULLE
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, Mill,
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D Think, juat because you
have been suffering terribly
UN T wltn KUeuruutbiin or Neu
I raltfa, that you mast always
coutUiUO to buffer.
Nor think just because nobody lias been
able to cure you or your frlenrts, tliut Neuralgia
and Klieuinatlsia are Incurable.
D, Think that a cure U im
C Kl T P0816 3ast because the
w IN I puyHlelans have been unable
I to accomplish It
Nor thiuk that because ATHLoriiORr
nas not been known ever since the foundation
or the world, U will not cure Khtuiiiatou ana
D, Neglect the testimony of
rM T the hundreds of suffercrs'w ho
w IN I have trlwl Athlophokos arid
I are now bound und hearty.
Nor think that because you have triel
Ofty other things that failed, that Atulomio
kos la like them.
Don't be discouraged I The very
thing that will cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don't be Skeptical I A THL0PH0R0S
has cured others. It mill Cure YOU.
If yon cannot iM ATHLot-nouosdf your lnitvixt,
we will nerid It mip paid, in rw ipt of nv.ilar
i rin iie dollar t-r t -tfl.-. l n fi-r that yon rmy
It from ynur dnimn.t. but if b Liu-iI It, do not be
i-rnuJ.l fc try nuuicthintf tine, but order at oncu
from u a directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
imiiimiiiniim H. Rimtinniiiiimn
. V. HENDERSON,
No. 11 If Commercial Ave.,
ttole A rent fi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dialer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
HEADQUARTERS f OR
Vulidtr' Hardware and ( artiei.t ri' Touls TaVe
and I'urket utitrv, let in the Market, lingers
Iir.' I'laled KMve. Fork nu Spoon, i.ranuc
Iron Ware. Berlin Karthvuware, Win Mountain
Freeser. Water fouler. Hefrl,:craTor, Llulue
Wringer. Crown Fiuur-. St-p Ladder. tjarden
Imiilrinen-, ! t j i (1 n Mar Oil Stovei-bet iu tli
world, Lamp of everv der-rlptlon. K'ain oil.
Carpi t Sweeper, K.atber In.tcr. Ilrooin. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full muiy ol r'ih:n
The aliote M rorK tmlt im price.
Corner l.'th and Commercial A' enue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. U.
J IS. INGE
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
treei, between Cora"! Ave. ul Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITION.
Safes Heonrcd. All Hindu ol Keys -Made.
Goldstinc & Iioscinvater
1 30 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Linen GooiK I listers, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Briles, Taper
tries and Inijraiu
A full stock of Oil Cloth, all dzes and prices.
ClQihing& Gents' Furnish'g Goofis
A full and complete dock 1b closing out
at great bargain.
Oooda at Uottoyi Trioest
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL.
Tim litirt Variety Slock
IN Til'. CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORK CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I
Tlio Iie:iilai' Cairo raducah Dully
m GUS FOWLER
1IBNUY K. TAYLOII, Mauler.
UKOKOB JOllliB, Clerk.
leavoi Piducah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m.. and Mound Oily at 1 p. m. Kutnrn
liig.lvuvc Cairo at 4 t'.m, ; Mound Cltyatnp in.
A JEALOUS NEGRO,
no Cuts Ilia Wife to Pieces and
Then Makes Good His
The Trade of Wife Butchery Getting Brisk
in St. Louis It is Followed Prin
cipally by Negroes. '
The Butchers Always Elude the Police and
Escape Arrest Encouraging
St. Loi'is, Mo., July 14. A year ago
Juhu Williams, colored, married Carrie
Chambers ol So. 3501 l'uirlu street, who
has since borne him a child. Husband
and wife are each twenty-one years ol
a'e, Williams has, ever .since his marriage,
been uurea-souably jealous of his wife,
who appears to have been a steady, hard
working woman although cursed with
some tough relatious. She yesterday morn
ing went to see one of these, her brother,
who is conllued in the workhouse. Wil
liams improved the occasion of her ab
sence by sharpening the knife with which
be got his deadly work in on her, joking
and talking meanwhile with boys ami
neighbors who watched the process.
Towards afternoon ho left the bouse
on Compton Hill where he resides
so as to be near his work at
the brick yards, and went to
his mothor-la-hiw's house, where he re
marked that his wife was absent for an
unusail length of time. He remained
there until five o'clock, when he said he
would go home. A very short distance
from the door he met his wife, who had
just turned from Gratiot street on to
Thirty-tilth. He began to abuse her, and
as soon as she came within striking dis
tance he made furious lunges at ber
with his knife. As she staggered away
he ran westward up the track ol the Mis
souri r&ciflc and disappeared before
any pursuit was organized. His
mother-in-law saw the asault, but did
not at once run to her daughter's assist
ance, Laving gone instead for a police
man. On her return Mrs. Williams was
taken Into her mother's house and ex
amined. She was found to have received
nine severe cuts and stabs, from the re
suits of which she died au hour later. It
Is thought probable that the murderer
will head lor Cape Girardeau, where he
used to live.
TO BK AllSUKUED.
The Oregon Railroad and Navigation
Lines to be Bought by the
Pohtla.ni, Oj:i:oon, July H. Kobert
Iltrris, President ol the Northern Pacific
liailroad, arrived here Saturday night.
Yesterday he said the rumor of a lease
by the Northern Pacitlc of the Oregon
K lilroij and Navigation Lines were true.
Negotiations have been in progress for a
mouth or more on the basis of what
.was made public some time since, viz:
Paying all tixed charges and six per cent,
on the stock the first year, 7 per cent,
the second year, and s per cent, there
alter. Mr. Harris dutdred it understood
that the Oregon Killroad and Navigation
Company had not made a direct oiler to
make the lease at these tlgures, and that
the Northern Pacilic had not offered to
pay this amount, but the negotiations
were in progress on terms satisfactory to
both companies. As the transaction in
volves 7u0 miles of railway in operation,
1W under construction and COO miles of
tteaiuboat lines, twenty-five steamboats,
live ocean steamers, several pieces of
dock property, and the interest In the
Terminal works here, it will require an
unusual ainouut of clerical labor before
the formal transfer can be made. This
v.iil probably be done, however, late iu
August. Iu reference to the Union Pacific,
Mr. Harris said it bad a traflic contract
for teu years, and it would enter Portland
on terms as good as the Northern Pacific
during that period.
The Dempsey-Fulljames Fizzle.
Baltimore, Md., July 11. An attempt
was made to bring Pulljames and Demp
sey together early this morning, and it
looked as though they would fight at last.
Puti referee Carroll refused to act in
this State, as the police were watching
the house. Another referee was named,
and with Ave men on a side, he ordered
the fight to take place at Ellelaud, Dela
ware, bat both sides objected and a
general row seemed imminent. The
Dempscy party was strong, and wanted
to have the tight come off where their
side was sure to win, or have a tie or
wrangle. The Pulljames party numbered
just four, so they would have had the
worst of the affair should Dempsey's
backers decide to take a hand in the con
test, and seeing this they refused to let
their man go on with the match. Demp
sey and party then went out to the fight
ing ground . Dempsey stripped and got
Into the ring. The party has since re
turned and gone to the stakeholder and
claimed the money. Joe is a clever one,
but will probably fall. The backers of
the men, it Is said, will meet In New
York to-morrow night and probably tlx
up matters. All hauds left for home.
A Demonstration in Which Over 8,000
Worklngmen Will Join.
Sr. Locifi, Mo., July 14. The Evening
Chmtkk of to-day contains the follow
ing. Tho Chronicle Is a bitter opponent
of Blaine and Logan:
"A visit to members of tho labor or
ganizations of this city develops that
there U a determination ou the part of
the worklngraen to opposo the election
of Cleveland. There are thirteen lodges
of tho Knights of Labor In St.
Louis, having a membership of
moro than 8,000 men, all voters,
and thirty-two trades unions, which
Include a majority of the worklngraen
here. Mr. O'Conncll, one of the best
known of the labor organizers, said this
morning to a reporter: "There has been
no ofllcial action as yet, but that Is not
far off. As soon as word comes from
headquarters at Scrauton, Pa., wo will
go to work. I think there will bo uulted
action of all work logmen In this matter,
for Cleveland is hated ou account of his
rotoos In the anti-child labor bill, the
five-cent fare bill, cte. He Is a
monopolist. Boiler will not support
him, because bo pfouie4 whon he ac
cepted the IodlaaapoUo nominations that
he would not uphold th Chicago nooil
neo if he wan a monopolist. Toe wort
tnginon cun not votn for Ciovcrim1?, Ve
c tuse ho was nominated bv the repre
sentatives of capital.
"It is probable that there will be a
demonstration this week by tho labor or
ganizations opposed to the Democratic
Middletow.v, Cqn.v., July 14. The
city presents a holiday appearance.
Flags Hying and streamers of variegated
buntlug adorn the fronts of many houses
from the roof to tho cellar. Tho occa
sion Is the ccnteuulal celebration of the
founding of tho city. The weather Is
cooler, clear and pleasant. The city Is
crowded. Among the distinguished per
sous present are Lieutenant-Governor
Sumner, Stato Treasurer Goodrich and
number of Mayorsof other cities through
out the State. A parade of militia and
lire companies and societies and others
took place this morning. The procession
was fully an hour In passing a given
point, Samuel S. Warner delivered an
address iu North Church before a large
audieuce. At the conclusion of the ad
dress, a hymn, written expressly for the
occasion by Prof. Warriugtou, was sung
by tho large choir.
BLAINE OU HUTLEti.
Dissatisfied Democrats The Ticket
Wrong- End Flrat.
Mattoon, III., July 14. The dlssatls
faction among theDemocrats over Cleve
land's nomination becomes more appar
ent as the smoke of the convention clears
away. There are several Irish Demo
crats, well-known and well posted, w ho
have signified their Intention of support
ing Blaine or Butler. The Democratic
campaign in this county is boom! to be
purely a defensive one. Frequently
Democrats are heard to remark that the
ticket would have been stronger If It had
been turned "end for tmd."
The National Democratic Committee.
Washingto, D. C, July 14. The
SUir says: "It Is stated that William
Dickson, who was made a member of the
National Democratic Committee, will be
elected Secretary when the committee or
ganizes in New York on the 21th lust.
Senator Gorman, who is chairman of the
Congressional Committee, Is spoken of
in connection with the chairmanship of
of tho committee. These two commit
tees have been working at cross pur
poses heretofore, and it is now proposed
to unite them, and while preserving tho
two organizations make the Congres
sional Committee a sub-committee of the
Ben Will Run.
Elizabeth, N. J., July 14. B. W.
Terlinde, of this city, Secretary of the
National Committee of the Greenback
party, accompanied General Butler from
Chicago to Buffalo. He says Bntler
stated distinctly to General Weaver, him
self and others that he had accepted the
National and Anti-Monopoly nominations
and would run, and that he would prob
ably concentrate his work in New York.
New York Frenchmen Celebrate.
New Y'oiik, July 14. The ninety-flfta.
anniversary of the capture of the Bastllo
was celebrated by the French residents.
A thousand members of various societies
were in lino and marched to the otllce of
the Consul General in Bowling Greeu,
the band playlug "Hail Columbia," and
"La Marseillaise." After a speech by the
Consul General, they engaged in a picnic
in Jones' Woods.
Two Men Killed by Lighting.'
Norfolk, Va , July 14. Two lumber
getters named Isaac Bain and James
Johnson, at work at the northwest lock
of the Dismal Swamp, were killed by
lightning Saturday. They were asleep in
a tent which the lightning struck, and the
poles in falling crushed the skull of Balu
and the body of Johnson. Both were
Celebration at Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 11. The anni
versary of the taking of the Bastile, was
celebrated to-tlay at Iicntz's Park, by the
A fifty thousand dollar tire is reported
from Chattanooga, Tenn.
Eliza Walker, colored, was killed by a
switch engine at Vicksburg, Miss.
A cyclone did considerable damage at
Ilarrlsonvllle and Greenwood, Mo.
'Palmore, the Boonville murderer, was
arrested and will be taken back to that
A Philadelphia concern was awarded
the contract for tiro-proofing the St. Louis
The police of Mattoon, 111., made an
other war on tramps and pue of the latter
was shot in the foot.
J. W. Brandt's largo barn near Mont
gomery City, Mo., was struck by lightning
and burned to the ground.
Montgomery County, Mo., was visited
by a severe hall storm which did groat
damage to fruits and crops.
Three thousand teachers are at Madi
son, Wis., to attend the National Educa
tional Association Convention.
A shooting and cutting serape, with
four parties engaged in It, resulted quite
seriously near Bloomlngton, 111.
San Antonio (Tex.) capitalists propose
to build a new railroad to connect that
city with deep water on the Gulf.
Arkansas crops are reported in excel
lent condition, and bountiful yields are
indicated In all parts of tho State.
The wife of John Stewart, colored, of
Sedalia, Mo., In shooting at her husband,!
hit her child who will probably die.
Hon. A. V. McKee, a prominent at
torney of Troy, Mo., died yesterday. Ho
was a brothcr-ln-law of Speaker Carlisle.
A decided chango for the better In tho
army uniforms for enlisted, men will be1
made, according to reports at Washing
ton. The authorities of Port Gibson, Miss.,
will resist delivering of $30,000 la bonds'
to the Louisville, Mew Orleans & Texas
J. II. Harter, wife aad two chlldrcii
were thrown from a buggy at Nevada,
Mo., and Injured, Mr. Herber qutte se
Wm. G. Holder), a salesman with tho
Babcock Fire Kxtlngntober Company
New York, was arrested, charged with
The State Board of Agriculture of Illi
nois reports tho approximate yield of
winter wheat for thai fjute as follows:
Nearly a average ylull per acre fn the
uerttrttn 4lvl8toai ovr tntee-fojjtths
average In the eentirai evtatie, and the
tw V 8ontort jrlvSfrgi
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Robbors Run Down and Captured
A Brave Jailer DIos at
Narrow Escape From Assassination-An
Alarming Situation-Death Under
a Caving Bank.
Lightning's Work Cowards in Uniform
A Lively SeatOught to be
Bun Down and Captured Near Sedalia
Sedalia, Mo., July 14. Tho dead body
of the robber, shot about five miles east
of this city yesterday evening, was
brought to the city this morning; also the
man who was captured. The particulars
are these : Friday night last the dwellings
of E. L. llerndonaud J. M. Biggins, of tho
town of llerndon, Saline County, were en
tered by burglars, and a watch and some
money taken from llerndon, and some
money also from Iilgglus. The robbers
were traced to this city Saturday, but tho
ofllcers failed to find them. Yesterday
morning it was ascertained that two men
acsweriug the description had start
ed east through the county. Con
stable Faulkner and his posse"
started immediately In pursuit, and
found the men In some willows.
They were called upon to surrender, and
it Is supposed were Immediately fired
upon. The man captured says that tho
man killed was named George Brown,
and that his own name Is James Wilson.
Thev were both men of family and lived
La Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Brow n and a
friend of tho family, Mrs. Fitzpatrick,
have been telegraphed about the re
mains. Killed a Good Man to Hang a Villain.
Owenhboro, Kv., July 14. This morn
ing a crowd of masked men approached
the jail here determined to hang the ne
gro Diek May, who outraged Stella Keller
a short time ago. Jailer Lucas, drawing
his revolver, confronted the mob and re
fused admittance to the jail. It was not
till after he had fallen, mortally wounded
by a bullet from the gun of one of the
lynchers, that access was gained to tho
cells. May was taken to a convenient
tree and hanged, when the crowd quietly
A Narrow Escape From Assassination.
Lekoy, N. Y., July 11. Major Timo
thy Quinn, of this city, who is iu the
employ of the Government, is at present
in Cynthuma, Ky., looking up war claims.
On Friday he narrowly escaped assassina
tion, accordiug to a dispatch received in
this city. In prosecution of his duties
he wis set upon by a violent mob, and
received several severe knife cuts
and bad bruises. Major Quinn has been
in ihe employment of the Government
for four years. A dispatch from Major
Bell, In command of the barracks at New
port, Ky., says that Quinn Is out of dau-
Situation Becoming Alarming,
Nklso.nvili.k, O., July 14. Tho situa
tion here iu coal mining circles Is be
coming alarming. The operators have
Imported guards, who are stationed at
the mines to guard the foreigners, who
are expected to-night.
Death Under a Caving Bank.
Parker, Pa., July 14. For several
days past a gang of Swedes have been
digging into the hillside to get dirt for
filling in tho Allegheny Valley Railroad
trestle at tho mouth of Clarion Plver.
To-day while they were laying a side
track under It the bank caved in on them,
burying seven men. They were all dug
out. Two were dead and four more will
die before night. The seventh man is
seriously injured. Their names could
not be learned.
Gloucester, Mass., July 14. A dis
patch from St. Pierre, Mlquelon, reports
ten men have arrived in dories, saved
from the schooner Morris. This is sup
posed to refer to the schooner Abbie F.
Morris of this port, and it is feared that
she has been run down and sunk. She
had a crew of fourteen men. Great anx
iety Is felt for the safety of the other four
Father and Son Killed by Lightning.
Sioux City, Ia., July 14. A farmer
named Hanson and his son were killed by
lightning In O'Brien County on Friday.
The father and son, with Mrs. Hanson
and a hired man, were standing In the
kitchen shed. A neighbor noticed that
the house was on fire, and going over
found the man and boy dead and tho
woman and hired, man Insensible on tho
Moor. The building was saved, and the
two injured persons will recover. Tho
dead were not disfigured.
A Erave Lieutenant of a Company of
San Antonio, Tex., July 14. A duol
was fought yesterday at Lozier's Statiou,
on tho Southern Pacific Railway, at thirty
paces, between Lieutenant Cunningham,
commander of the Seminole Scouts, and
a railroader named Daly. The weapons
used were pistols. Three shots were
tired, resulting In the wounding of Cun
niugham in the leg. When it becamo
kuown iu camp that the officer bad been
wounded, several .Scmlnoles armed them
selves and sought to assassinate Daly,
but were restrained by Cunningham. The
encounter is said to have resulted from a
She Ought to be Spanked.
Louisvillk, Ky., July 14. A pretty
little widow named Marie Zlobler, eigh
teen years old, angry from a scolding ad
ministered by her mother, attempted sui
cide late last night by throwing herself
upon the railroad track, Immediately in
front of an approaching locomotive. She
was pulled away from danger by Captain
Harding, Assistant Chlet of Police. Her
mother's objection to bor kecplug com
pany with a malo acquaintance was the
wii so of Mrs. Zlobler's rash attempt at
A Lirel? Seat
MooBKAHiRt, Ind., Joly 14. A dt
frw tfif; 'fiVMnnt orirrrwy n etetf
quarry near this placo yesterday "".prepa
ratory to making a blart,,DlclcvCbl3ton
wus sitting on a can.ol powder., near
where a drill waa working, when the drlH
struck fire from the rock, and a spark'
flew Into the can. A fearful explosion
followed which threw Coistou-some dis
tance, bruising and burning him serious
ly. His recovery hKhought to bedoubt
f ul. A laborer In tho vicinity of the acci
dent was struck ia tho mouth by a largo'
piece of the can, and burned about the
SOMETHIXtt MEW TO ABT
Instantaneous Photograph of a Dyinfl
Wiieeli.no, W. Va, July 14, At Elk
Garden, yesterday, seven young jnen jvcre
havlug photographs taken, in tragic at
titude, ono of them bctng la a position
us if shooting the other with a cocted
revolver. Something startled him and he
pressed the trigget, the ball pJuretag Kd.
Kitmiller through the heart, awtUiu in
stantaneous photograph secured of tho
dying man is possibly the first instance
UXSii HALL BIUCVITIE3.
Score of Games Played on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 15; Brook-lyns.l-'.
Baltimore, Md. St Louis Unions, 4;
Baltimore Unions, 0.
Cleveland, 0. Buffalos, 7; Cleveland,
Columbus, O. Columbus, 2; Washing-
Boston, Mass. Bostous, 7; Providence,
Cincinnati, 0. Cincinnati, 15; BaKi-
Indianapolis, Ind. Metropolitans, 8;
Torre Haute, Ind. Peorlas, : Terre
Philadelphia, Pa. Keystones, 13; Kan
sas Citys, 7.
Washington, I). C Cincinnati Unions,
12; Nationals, 10.
New York. New Y'orks, 9; Phlladel
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvllles, 4; Alle
gheny s, 1.
St. Paul, Minn. Muskegons, 2; St.
Toledo, O. athletics, 7; Toledos, i.
Detroit, Mich. Chicago., 0; Do
Shreveport, La. Shreveports, 23
Clarks, of New Orleau s, 3.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 11; Brook
Louisville, Ky. Allcghonys, 5, Louis
Indianapolis, Ind. Metropolitans, 5;
Cincinnati, O. Ciuclunatls, 5; Baltl
How They Stand.
The following tables show tho standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and Including Saturday,
St. Louis Si
St. Louis 37
Iliiltimore , 27
I hioiiiro 24
Kansas City 3
New York !(5
Ratifying at Quincy.
Quincy, III., July 14. Tho nomina
tion of Cleveland and Hendricks as tho
Democratic standard-bearers was ratified
here Saturday night by a monster demon
stration. A salute of thirty-eight guns,
grand display of fireworks, Inspiring
music by the bands and speeches by
General James W. Singleton, Judge
Joseph Sibley and other distinguished
gentlemen, constituted the programme.
The nominations give general satisfaction
and evoke great enthusiasm.
Jekseyyille, III., July 14. S. L.
Hill, of this city, had a man arrested yes
terday for attempt to commit an outrage
ou his step-daughter, Mary Hill, a re
spectable young lady ot about seveuteeu
years. The man arrested claims to be a
faith doctor, and is a stranger here. He
was sent to jail to await the action of tho
Arkansas Bridge Men rn Trouble.
Little 1!ock, Ark., July 14. The con
tractors for tho new bridge across tho
Arkansas Blver at this placo are having
no end of trouble with their hands. The
Btonecutters on tho piers struck this
morning becauso tho boss put a negro
journeyman at work with them. These
men were brought here from the North
and are not acenstomed to working along
side of their colored brothers. The af
fair is still unsettled.
Publio Meeting- Called at Philadelphia.
Philadklhili, Pa., July 14. Mayor
Smith Issued a call this morning for a
public meeting at his office, Monday
bcxt, to make arrangements for tho
proper representation of our Industrial,
Interests at the exhibition at New Or
leans. A Dead Rabbi.
FfrariH.pHiAl Pa., Jury 14. Rov. Geo.
Jacobs, rabbi of tho Beth El Emea syna
gogue of this city died this morning of
dropsy at his .residence In Germantown.
Police Proteotion for Workmen.
Nkw Stiuitsviiar.O., July 14. A force
of tenty-ive speculate came bervlhto
morning to protect th Bared laborers
Vu wvw etrfMtfad to- arrive to-day to
wk toe ni n nMH awgrs.. , .
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Wore Throat, ftnelllnga, Npralna, Uruiaes,
Kuril. Nralila. t'rimi liltra,
tin ALL OlllfR HIlllll.V PALIS AMI AClltS.
Sold b; Urugxi.M .nil .len tverrith.re. Fiftj Cvuu a botUf.
direction. In It l,Auiairt.
THE ( II Altl.KH A. VOGKI.RIi CO.
'8iMouA.vujiu;Hau. Biiiioi,Md., C.S.A.
DO AS OTHERS
V flirt UUNt.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kidney Willi bruiiKlit rue from my grave, as It
wnr, m lerinnu mn (riven up r,y i;i ocal dot'lora U)
au i. AAivuraui. jiecuaiuc. luuin, aicu.
Are your nerves weak?
"K Ulncr Wort rtirml in fi..m n.nii.ii. Milrn.H
&C..art.rI WaH not tYIAt,.,l tnllvn".Mr. M. M. H.
Ooodwui, 0. CVinitluii Monitor. Cleveland, 0.
Have you Bright's Disease?
"Kldner-Wnrt nirml nm when tuv mutttr vu 1tit
Ulto chalk aud then liko blood."
Suffering from Diabetes?
'TUilnrtY-Wort in th most HUcrt-Hflful rniiiMdv I hAYA
erer uned. Uivea almoHt ImmpiMntu relief."
Dr. I'htlllp 0. UuUuu, Muokton, VI
Have you" Liver Complaint?
iviuney- on curve
after I prayed to die.
avidney-Wort cured mo of chruuio Ltvur iJbtiuwt
ay en to tna."
nrj Ward, late CoL Mth Sat. Guard, X. Y.
Is your' Back lame and aching?
lame I had to full out of tJ."
V. il. Talliiuib'O, UllwaukM, WU.
Have 'you Kidney Disease?
nftr yonra of uruiirrHiful rtortHrinff. its worth
lua Ixji'-Saiu'l Uutlfc'ua, WiUianutun, V'tot Ya.
Are you Constipated?
"lTiilnrv-Wort nausea tiar evacuations and cured
me after 16 years uh of other m. di.-ineH."
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Have you Malaria?
"RidnpY-Wort ha dom bitter than anv other
remedy Ibave ever ud tn my Trm:t ..."
vr, it, rv. liar, ouuui uero, v s.
Are you Bilious?
"rTlrlflUf-Wnrf : hraa d.int m tn.ir-t Lrnrui (-ham inf
other remedy I hare ever taken."
Air, j, i, uauuwav, luc tiat, uregon,
Are youtormented with Piles?
''KidntT-Wort permanently cured in of bleeding
pile. Dr."W. C. Kline rofonnnend. 't it to mo."
ueo. u. iiurnt, luiuer u. must, jj yorwown, ra.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort cur a ine, afti r 1 w u-iwa up to
die by pnyilctaiu ftnd I hud iitfcrwl thirty years."
Ladies, are you suffering?
Kldney-Worfe cured ni4 of peculiar trouTlHi of
I several yeura nUn.tlny. Uany friends ue and praine
IU" Sin. 1L Lamorcauz. lale La Muttv. V t.
I If you 'would Banish Disease
1 auu Kam uoiuw, ittao
THI BLOOD CLEANS!.
To the SMOKERS of
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The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our lext
To the needa of tho tourist, commercial traveler
and new rottler, Uoetettor'a Stomach Hitter Is
peculiarly adapted, iIbcq It utrencth n the dila
tive oruane, and braces the physicsl enerxli-a to
nuhoalthful li.tlitencee. It r movea and prevents
malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia, bealthf'illy
atlmulates the kidney and bladder, and enriches
ae well an pnrttlee the blood, When oven-oino bv
fatltuii, whether mental orphydcal, the weary and
debilitated rind It a reliable source of renewed
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For h. all dru -itlate and dealeragenerallr . .
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