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CAIRO, ILL., THURSDAY HORNING, AUGUST 14, 1884.
RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA hare
long enoah ran riot la tbe aamaa
Tbey have tormented the buman family and
dnSed the medical faculty ; from ttme out of memory
they hsvocorrupuxl tbe blood, demoralized tlieJolntH,
vexed the nerves, itroulzed the musclut and racked
the brain wltli wearying loin.
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tlam and Neanhria, reisurs Uietr damages, renews
the blood, eases the Jotuts, callus the nerves, soothes
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THE GHASTLY SPREAD,
More About tho Arctio Horror
Tho Awful Story Gener
Aa Investigation Into the Affair to be
Pushod by the Eelatives of
Charles B, Henry.
Positive Denials at Headquarters of Im
portant Portions of the Story
Tbe Sensational Story.
Washington, D. C, August 13. The
detailed sensational story of cannibalism
anion" the survivors of the Grcely party
was the chief topic of conversation here
yesterday. No additional positive lnfor
iuution bearing upon the disputed fact
could be obtained last nlht from army
or navy officers. Admiral Nichols, act
ing Secretary of tho Navy, and Chief Sig
nal Oillcer lia.en, who, of all men In
Washington, ought to know, both stout
ly deny that there Is any record evidence
on Die here to coDflrm the Htory.
General llazcn denies emphatically the
fcUtemt'Dt that upon his arrival at Ports
mouth Commander Schley imparted to
bim aril Secretary Chandler the horrible
secret, He also contradicts some other
details; but white admitting that In
Portsmouth he heard rumors of cannibal
ism having been resorted to by the sur
vivors, does not say he disbelieves that
part of the story. On the contrary, he
said last night to a United l'reis reporter
tbut he would not be surprised to hear
alter an Investigation that something of
the sort had happened. The story Is quite
treueiuliy believed here, a though nobody
h:is any positive Information 014 the sub
ject. Army and navy off) era and others
way It Would be strange if there had not
been some cannibalism amo g the Greely
party during the several weeks Immedi
ately preceding the rescue. Under simi
lar circumstances cannibalism had oc
curred before and must be expected, and
Lieutenant Greely and Captain Schley are
credited with a desire to suppress thj
sickening details until forced to disclose
them by an official' investigation.
Will Push an Investigation.
Lincoln, Ned., August 13. The story
that Charles B. Henry, a member of the
Greely expedition, was shot for stealing
rations and that his body was ea en by
his comrades, has caused considerable
excitement here. Henry's real name was
ISiick. Ills sUtor and friends in this
city will push an investigation.
The Times Continues.
New York, August 13. The Times
says: Very few of the crew of the two
relief vessels that reached Greeley's des
olate camp were permitted to see the
bodies of the dead. When their condi
tion was discovered and the fact was ap
parent that cannibalism had been resorted
to, the ofllcers of the two vessels took
every precaution to keep the fact
from the sailors. The officers, as
sisted by only a few sail
ors, uncovered the bodies aud
prepared the remains for removal to the
ships. The officers carefully shielded
tbe bodies, and it was this fact that llrst
aroused the suspicion of many of the
sailors. In handling the remains after
ttuy had been prepared by the officers,
the exceeding lightness of some of them
was remarked upon by the seamen. This
was noticed In removing the bodies from
their graves aod again when they were
placed In tanks on the Bear and Thetis.
STR1ITF.D OF THEIR FLESH.
Some of the men had been little more
than skin and bones when they died, but
the flesh they had was gone In places, as
on the calves of the legs, on the hips,
thighs and arms. From the condition of
tbe bodies it was seen that there was no
concerted action of those remaining to
sustain liio in this way. None of the
limbs were missing, but rather It seems
that the perishing men went to the bodies
when hunger became unbearable and sup
plied themselves as best they could. The
disclosure made by the unearthing of the
bodies of the dead was generally dis
cussed by the crews of all the vessels on
the homeward trip. The officers of the
vessels refuse to speak at all on the sub
"There is this much about It," re
marked one yesterday," "that If canni
balism was resorted to, it can never be
proved. No oath could make the survi
One seaman said: "Portions of the
flesh had been cut away from different
parts of the bodies. Some were nearly
stripped of llesh, nothiug but the bones
being left." From all the score or more
of officers and seamen seen on the vessels
of the relief squadron yesterday not a
single denial of the reported facts was
heard. Officers declined to speak of the
matter, as did a few of the seamen, while
all were careful in any statement they
Dit. tavky's fatk.
It is more than probable that when all
the details of tho story are known Dr.
Octave 1'avy, the surgeon of tho expedi
tion, will be found to have shared tho
same or a very similar fate to that of
young Henry. The deaths of both are
entered under the same date on the ship's
journal. Nothing Is said about Henry
being shot. Dr. l'avy's body was one of
the four swept away to sea. It Is said
that most of tho men who went with the
expedition were under arrest earlier in
tho winter for the same offense which
cost Henry his life.
S cretary Chandler.
Portsmouth, N. II., August 13. Se
cretary Chandler donies that there are
any reports In tho Navy Department con
cerning tbe shooting of Henry or the al
leged cannibalism. lie, however, de
clined to say that the btory was untrne.
HEN'BY AVA9 SHOT.
But If There Was Any Cannibalism,
Lieutenant Oreely Did Not Know.
Boston, August 13. A special from
Portsmouth, N. II., says: Early this
morning Colonot Kent obtained an Inter
view with Lieutenant Greely, who ad
mits that Henry had a military execu
tion 00 June 6. As early as March it
was suspected that Henry was stealing
the limited food which was apportioned
oat to tin survivor, and this fact befog
flaafiy aodpwitivaly ascertained Lieuten
ant GrMty had thereafter hard work
to protect tho man's life. It be
came necessary in order to keep up
discipline to inform Henry that he would
be shot if tbe practice continued, and
that a similar fate would be meted out to
any other member of the party detected
in a like crime. If Henry bad been per
mitted to continue his stealings un
molested the balance of tho party would
havo surely starved to death, and
Henry alone survived. After
und in spite of these warnings, Henry
was again detected in stealing provis
ions, the food taken being two pounds of
bacon, and the eating of so much made
him sick. A search was then instituted
when it was found that Henry had among
other articles stolen aud secreted a pair
or sealskin boots which had belonged to
a hunter of the party. Lieutenant Greely
was therefore, forced in order to main
tain military, discipline and protect the
lives of his other comrades, to issue a
written order that Henry be
shot, which order was carried into
effect June Cth. As to the alleged can
nibalism Lieutenant Greely says If there
was anything of the kind it must have
been an individual act aud not gen
eral. Nothing of the kind came under
his observation. Sergeant Bralnerd, who
is in tbe hospital at the Navy Yard,
coullrms Greely's statement. More than
a week ago Lieutenant Greely forwarded
to the Secretary of War a detailed report
of the Henry execution. Upon proper
representations to Secretary Chandler a
court of inquiry will undoubtedly be or
dered. Terrible News for a Widow.
Washington, D. C, August 13. Mrs.
Cross, widow of Sergeant William H.
Cross, of the Greely Arctic exploration
party, beard the story of cannibalism of
the survivors of that party yesterday
afternoon. She was very much shocked
at first, but on reading Commander
Schley's statement, discredited the first
story. She does not wish to have the
casket containing her husband's remains
opened, but the latter's brother is anx
ious that it be opened. Mrs. Cross will
leave the decision of the question to the
mother and brother of her husband.
IUB1I XATIO.VAL LEAGUE.
Arrival of Thomas Sexton No Ameri
can Politics to be Tolerated. .
Boston. Mass.. August 13. The hotels
to-day are filled with the promlneut Irish
agitators of the United States, called
here bv the mectinz of the National
League at Faneuil Hall. The arrival
which attracted the most attention and
caused the most enthusiasm was that of
Thomas Sexton, Irish Nationalist mem
ber of the British Parliament,
who came over expressly to
attend this meeting. He reaahed Boston
at 10 a. m., and was met at the l'rovl
dence depot by an escort and brass band,
which accompanied him to the hotel. Mr.
Sexton had come directly from New York
after the landing of tbe Nevada last night,
and was very much fatigued. A grand
reception will be given film to-night.
Among tne most prominent Irish
men present are Thomas Egan, ex
Treasurer of the Land League;
Alexander Sullivan, President of
of the Irish National League; Rev. Dr. C
O'Keilly, of Detroit, Treasurer of the
League : Koirer jr. walsli. Chicago. State
Secretary; J. J. Curran, Chicago, State
delegate; Dr. inos. o'Keiuy, St. Louis;
P. K. Walsh, Cleveland;. M. V. Gannon,
Iowa; and from Chicago, Henry F. Sher
idan, National delegate A. 0..of H. T.
F. O'Connor, Martin Mulcahy, 'Alderman
II. J. Hildrath, J. B. Ryan, Walter S.
Gibbons, Jos. P. Stanton, Mr. S. Hy
land, Timothy Crane, P. A. Collins,
member of Congress, and many of the
most influential citizens of Boston are
taking care of the delegates. The dis
cussion of American politics will not be
tolerated, nor will the Presidential issue
be mentioned during tbe Convention. It
is believed that Alexander Sullivan will
be re-elected, although some of the Irish
men from his own city, Chicago, are
strongly opposed to him.
Five hundred delegates reached Bos
ton last night and several hundred more
arrived this morning. Much enthusiasm
prevails among the delegates. Great
preparations have been made at Faneuil
Hall. The decorations are elaborate.
The platform pier consists of a triple
arch, an original design. The main
arch has in the center a sun
burst seven feet in diameter, drawn back
some feet. In the middle, surmounting
this, Is a golden harp in Irish pattern,
ornamented above with a gilt drop, the
whole being crowned with the motto In
Irish: "More light for sacred Ireland."
On the other side arc festoons of Ameri
can and Irish flags, taste
fully arranged with excellent ef
fect. Surmounting the columns which
support the main arch are shields upon
each of which is an Irish harp In gold
relief. Overtopping each of these arei
bannerettes, the staffs of which are
tipped with battle-axes of silver. Upon
tbe face of the arch is the motto: "Kight
will triumph over wrong." Bcueath are
festoons of green material
DECORATED WITH GILT STARS.
Upon tbe left are gilt shamrocks. Upon
Che right, upon eithe- side of the main
arch, are smaller gothlc arches. Sur
mounting these columns are circular
pieces two feet In diameter. These are
next the main arch, upon either side of
a light blue ground edged with gold. In
tho spaces between the main gothlc
arches are panels bearing the names of
Swift, Molyneaux, Grattan, Lmniett,
Flood, O'Connell, Davltt aud Parnell.
Over 5,000 feet of bunting has been used,
in decorating. The effect is very im
posing. Army of the Tennessee at Minnetonka.
Minnetonka, Minn., August 13. This
morning tho members of the Army of tho
Tennessee spent two hours strolling
along the lake front, after which they at
tended a business meeting of the society.
General Sherman presided, and Colonel
L. M. Dayton, of Cincinnati, acted &i
Secretary. This afternoon the members
take the steamer Belle for an excursion
jround the lake, including a lunch at
Pari Hotel. General preparations havo
oecn mado for a grand banquot to-mor-ow
night. The hall has been elaborately
A Fatal Voyage.
Portland, Ork., August 13. JacUson
Jartlctt, James Brocker and Georgo
Dean, on a gold prospecting tow, at
tempted to run the rapids of ths
Kootnair Elver, British Colombia, In a
small skiff. The skiff caught on evsaag
aod cspatesd. Brstcker ao4 BsrUett were
swept wader drowned. Dsan hiusg1
toltefail bo and drifted a taat dH
toaot. , H w OutOy tarwn Mtrfy
Nominated on ' the Firet Ballol
by an Overwhelming
A Scrub Race for Secreta7 of State, in
Which Miohael K. McGrath Won
in the Fifth Heat.
Further Proceedings of the Missouri
State Democratic Convention
at Jefferson City.
Declines to Dictate.
Jefferson City, Mo., August 13. Im
mediately after General John S. Marma
duke had been nominated for Governor
last night, a large proportion his
friends followed him to the Madison
Hotel and congratulated him. From ten
o'clock until two o'clock this morning a
throng of people passed in and out of his
room, and it soon became evident that
many candidates desired the nominee for
Governor to dictate ths remainder of the
ticket. It was understood that a com
bination had been make by Marroadnke's
friends to name the ticket throughout,
and some were
DISAPPOINTED A.ND INDIGNANT
when Marmaduke expressed his ignor
ance of any such arrangement. The
nomination of A. P. Morehouse as Lieutenant-Governor
was announced as pur
suant to Marmaduke's wishes, but af
ter that any effort to connect his In
fluence with nominations proved unsuc
cessful. Altur the Convention adjournment, at
11 :30 p. m., the headquarters of the can
didates were opened, and kept open until
dawn. Before daylight the friends of
Gates and Gentry thought tiny discov
ered a combination between Seibert and
Matmaduke, and for hours they endeav
ored to defeat sach machinations. The
representatives of Geutry called on Mar
maduke and demanded to
KNOW THE TRUTH
They were informed that while his sym
pathies were certainly with Gentry, he
found It indelicate to interfere In the rest
of the Convention work. An hour later
Marmaduke's private secretary, Yantis,
was found closeted wtth Selbert's friends.
The announcement was then I mado that
Captain Lcseuer had succeeded in se
curing the active support of Marmaduke,
but this was vigorously denied by
Leseuer. The (order of business made it
essential that goods should be delivered
promptly before the Supreme Judge was
reached, and much nervousness charac
terlzed the statesmen in consequence.
THIS MORNING '
the delegates arose late and with eyes be
wildered by late hours and sleeplessness
J EFFFRSON CiTT, Mo., August 13. The
Convention reassembled promptly at nine
o'clock this morning, with Ex-Governor
Harden In the chair. Prayer was offe red
by Kev. C. Jr. Darnold, of Clinton County
6KCKKTA11V OP STATK.
For Secretary of State, R. M. Wallace,
Finis C. Farr, W. S. Hawley, Alex. A.
Lesueur, Michael K. McGrath, Francis
C. Nesblt and Will J. Hawley were named.
McGrath received tbe nomination on
the filth ballot, the vote standing: Mc
Grath, 255 8-4 ; Lesueur, 177 1-2. A re
cess was then taken till two o'clock.
The Central Committee.
Jefferson City, Mo., August 13.
The State Central Committee met in the
Madison House at 11:30 a. m, toorganize.
Three members being engaged at the
Convention, a recess was bad until 12:30
o'clock. The candidates for Chairman
are D. II. Shields, of Hannibal, and J, M.
Kiley, of Clinton.
SHIELDS ELECTED CHAIRMAN.
The committee on reassembling pro
ceeded to organize. There were only
two names placed in nomination, and D.
H. Shields was elected chairman by a
vote of nine to five for Riley. For Sec
retary, Wm. II. Mayo was unanimously
reelected. The committee then adjourned
to meet at the Laclede Hotel, St. Louis,
September 4th, at ten o'clock.
NO DEMOCRATIC MONEY.
Kansas Proh.bitionists Will Bun the
( Campaign Without It.
Leavenworth, Kas., August 13. Van
Bennett, editor of the Kansas Prohibition
ist, and who figured conspicuously In
the nomination of St. John, de
nounces as utterly false the state
ment that he received 810,000 from
the National Democratic Committee to
prosecute the prohibition campaign In
this State, lie says the prohibitionists
expect the assaults of tho "hired liars"
of both the Democratic and tho Repub
lican press. A vigorous campaign will
be made for St. John in this State. He
will poll between 80,000 and 40,000 rotes.
General XL A. Alger to Be tbe Nominee
for Governor Hubbell in the Ohair.
Detroit, Mien., August 13. The Re
publican State Convention was called to
order by Judge P. T. Van Zlle,
Chairman of the Stato Central
Committee, at 10:80 this morning,
and Jay A. Hubbell was elected
temporary chairman. Full delegations
were present. There is scarcely a
donbt of General R. A. Alger's nomina
tion for Governor on the first or second
ballot. After the appointment of com
mittees on credentials, permanent or-;
ganization and resolutions, the Conven
tion took a recess until two o'clock.
A COWARDLY ASSASSIN.
Backed TJp by a Party of Friends, He
Shoota an TJneospecttno; Old
Kan and His Boy.
Lancaster, S. C, August 13. For
some time a feud has existed between
the families of John Bowers and B. F.
Welsh. Bowers and his son George
drove to Lancaster yesterday, and
the friends of the parties aatlcl-'
patod a ww. AU day Dowers re
mained In Lancaster, bat than were no
signs of trouble. In tte ftemooa bo
with Ms sac cUftod to drtva home.,
boat this ttsM tker ttaUh bejs tantv,
petted tora two. BoWfasii r
rare pwfe.nftie BptoeopoY CTwwsV
ftie traco got loose and the elder Bower
stopped to fix it. As be was
doing so B. F. Welsh stopped from
behind tbe church with a double
barreled shotgun In his hand
Behind the church was a party of Welsh's
friends, who remained In readiness to
help bim. Welsh fired at tho old man;
the chargo struck. Bower's hat-brim and
carried part of It away, and the old man
fell forward. Welsh then fired the sec
ond barrel at young Bowers, the charge
taking effect In the side of his face and
severing a large artery. The shot-gun De
ng empty, Welsh drew a pistol and tired at
the young mau again, the bullet entering
young Bowers' groin. The team iu tho
meantime hid become frightened and
dashed off, being stopped some distance
down the road by a colored man. Welsh,
supposing be bad kllta! both men, at
once lied. Several of tbe men who were
In ambush with Welsh have been placed
under arrest. Young Bowers cannot
BASK BALL BREVITLES.
Soore of Games Played on Tuesday,
Baltimore, Md. Baltlmores, 4: Al-
Columbus, O. Columbus. 5; Indian
Philadelphia, Pa. New Yorks. 4; Phil-
Boston, Mass. Providence, 4; Bos
Detroit, Mich. Cleveland, 6; De-
Brooklvn. N. Y. Brooklyns, 5: Ath
New York Metropolitans, 13; Virgin
York, Pa. Trentons, 16; Yorks, 6.
St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis. 0: Louis-
Chicago, 111, Buftalos, 11; ChieagosD.
Moumouth Park Races.
New York, August 13. There were six
Interesting events run off at Monmouth
First Race Free handlcaD sweepstakes,
one mile: Duplex, first, Caramel, second;
Looisette, third. Time, 1 :43.
Second Race The August stakes lor
two years, three-quarters mile: Goano,
first; Brookwood, second; Unrest, third.
1 hird Race Free handicap sweepstakes
for three-year-olds, one and one-eighth
miles: Tattler, first; Tattoo, colt, sec
ond; Blue Hell, third. Time, l:5'J.
Fourth Race lreo handicap sweep
stakes, one and tbree-slxtceutu miles:
Priam, first; Monitor, second; Haledon,
third. Time, 2:04 3-4.
Fifth Race Selllna allowances, three-
year-olds and upwards, three-quarters
mile: Itaska, tirst; i'oioma, socono;
(iueen Esther, third. Time, 1 :1C.
Sixth Race Handicap hurdle race, one
ind one-half miles, over six hurdles:
Buckra, first; Echo, second; Trombone,
third. Time, 2:51.
CniCAGO, III., Au?ustl3. Two favor
ites were beaten at the driving park yes
terday. The attendance was very good
First Race For non-wluncrs at this
meeting, one and one-sixteenth miles
Conkllug won; Chantiily, second; Joe
liayle, third. Time, 1 :50 1-2.
Second Kacc The Corouatlon stakes
for three-year-olds, one and one-eighth
miles : Aileo won; Berlin, second; Top
sawyer, third. .Time 1:50.
Third itace For all ages, one mile and
500 yards: Leman won; Boatman, sec
ond: Athlone, 3. Time, 2:12.
Fourth Rice For all ages, mile heuts:
Trix won tho first heat, and John the
lecond and third heats. Time, 1:43 8-4,
1:44, 1:43 1-2.
Rochester, X. Y., Aogust 18. The
first day of the Circuit races op ned with
a larger attendance than is usual foi
First Ruce 2:21 class, trotting; 81,500
'iivided: Zoe B., first; St. Albans,
second; Adelaide, third. Best time,
Second Race 2:30 class, trotting;
81,000 divided: Tom Cameron, first;
Lilly Dale, second; Pearl, third. Best
The special event of the day was West
mont to lower his record of 2:013-4,
which proved a dismal failure, the run
ning mate Fire Brand acting wickedly,
jumping from side to side. The tiino
made was 2:17 1-2. Manager Hill, West
mont's owner, decided not to allow an
Cleveland, O., August 13. John D.
Rockefeller has bought tho black marc
Flash, with a record 2:19 1-2, of Camp
bell Brown, of Sprlnghlll, Tenn., paying
for her $7,; 00, aud will use her as a mato
for Midnight,, who has a record of 2:181-4,
obtained here at a recent meeting in the
third heat of the 2:27 class, which she
won, and would have won the race but
for poor driving. She is looked upon by
horse men as not having nearly reached
the limit of her spued.
Twenty-one Firms Burned Out.
Erie, Pa., August 13. Tho town of
Northeast, llftecu miles cast of here, wus
visited at three o'clock this morning by a
terrible fire, destroying most of the busi
ness houses and thu two banks. Tne fire
started in Brochaus & Fleming's drug
Btore on Lake street, carrylug away
everything on both .sides of the street to
Main, going to and Including the Pres
byterian Church on the west side. Twenty-one
firms were burned out. Loss
Detroit, Mich., August 13. Tho
eleventh annual convention, of tho Na
tional Association of ex-Union Prisoners
of tho War began this morning, and was
called to order by President Shanklen, of
Cleveland. Roil call showed Michigan,
Illinois, Pennsylvania, District of Colum
bia, Indiana, New York and Ohio repre
sented. The association numbers twenty-nine
local organizations, scattered
over fourteen States. Last year the con
vention held in Clevelan 1, the year before
in New York city, aud next year it will go
Holland, Mich., August 13. City
Marshal Kdward Vaupell attempted to
arrest a negro and two white tramps yes
terday for stealing sheep. The msgro
shot him la tbe neck, probably fatally.
Rttxens pursued and captured tne throe
I swstfts. There ts moca uottamMt, and
I I VapcBllM fyneWug Is likely.
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2TZZZ CA-ILuS 12Z QliOCQlQ.
WE HAKE UUI OMS QUALITY.
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
"Kidney-Wort la tba moat aaouwiifiU ranady
IsvoruBcd." Dr. F.C. Ballou,Monkton,Tt.
"Kidney-Wort ia always reliable,"
Sr. B. N. Clark. So. Hmo. Vt
"Kidney -Wort baa ourod my wife after two years
auHering." Dr. C. M. BummerUn, Bun Hill, O.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASCS
it has cured when, all elas had faUed. It la mild.
butefflolent, CEKTA1N LN ITS ACTION, but
narroioaa in ail cases.
IVIt elesnura the Blood end StreBCtbesssad
strea New l.li'o to all ths Important organs of
the body. The natural action or tho Kidneys Is
reetorca. in uvor is cleansed or ail disease,
and the Bowels mora freely and healthfully.
In this way ths worst diseases are eradioatsd
from tho system. g
FB1CX, t00 LIQUID 0B DBT, SOLO IT BBCfiOBH.
Dry can be sent by mail.
WELLS, BICIIAKDROX JtCO.BarllnctaaTt.
Tho Feeble Grow fc'tronjr
Wbfu Hontettcrs Stomach Bitters Is used to pro
mote a-mnitlBtlon of the food and enrich the
blood. Indigestion, the chief obstacle t) so arqui
titlon of utrwiKth br tha weak, is an ailment
which Infallibly succumbs to the action of this in
fallible corrective. Lues of fle.h and appetite,
failure toeleen, anl growing evidence of prema
line decay, are speed! y counteracted by tbe great
liivVora:t, which braces np the hy steal energies
aud fortifies the constitution sgaiuit dife.fo.
Foru'ehv all Drnu'glm and Dealers generally.
This porous plaster Is
absolutely IA bnt aver
Duub, combining the
TirtMe of hops with
gunUfDKisama ana rx-' - -
IracU. Its power U wonderful in cunnfai "
other pUwtem simply relieve. Crtrs U l
Hecs, rln in tho Side or Uinba, 8ti loiaU
Kinney irouiiien, luwuman., -- - 7
affections of th. Heart and Urer ul I'fi
in .ny panowiuw
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Mallnl on receipt of pries. Sold by
all drUirxit and country stores
H, p i latltr Ompmf,
Proprietory Button, Mass.-
7STTjSZIk!rTI-of appettts And illaeamof ttart
a4Hll till as II n II II II