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CAIRO, ILL, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2:1,
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A iK.MHAL UAN KI.NU Hl'SINEsS DONE.
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all hunlncMS pro-uptiv altendml to.
3 I'll C "3 8
A MINING HORROR.
Eight Men Suffocatod Whilo At
tempting to Flood a Burn
Death Added to Disaster at the Buch
ridge Colliery, Near Wilkosbarre,
Pa. A Narrow Escape.
Weeping Wives and Children at
Mouth of the Dark Pit of
Wii.kkshaiihk, 1'a., August L"-'. The
exeltemcut over tho tire at Uuckrldse
Colliery was increased to-day by tho suf
focatluuof elhtmeii who were engaged in
the vain attempt to drive a hole from the
Greenback Colliery into tho burning mine,
through which to run the creek. Dis
trict Superintendents Williams and
liooth, having Immediate supervision of
the men, constantly remained with
them until about live this moru
inr, when they came out to look
at the lire. Whilo they were absent le
ter Welker went down the Greenback
slope to feed the mules. Jn descending
be felt the wagon In which he was riding
jar. Ho jumped out and discovered the
body of a man lying on the track. Iieforo
he could sec where the man was the lire
damp extinguished his light ami, almost
exhausted, he managed to get Into the
or, grasped the hell wire ami
MiiNAl.I.K!) TO I1K IIOISTF.K.
A few minutes later the wagon reached
the surface with Welker lying la it Insen
sible. This wa the (Irst intimation the
oltkials had of anything wrong Inside.
Frank Wardrop and Valentine Depner
volunteered rto go down and reach
the miners Inside, hut the attempt almost
co-,1 them their lilves, and they were
hoisted out more dead than alive.
JJoth the Greenback and Huckridgo
mines s)on tilled up with gas and ev
ery one working about tho place was
forced to the surface. The men who
wer j driving the hole and lifteen mules
were t-till Inside, and all of course
perished. The mining engineers cxim
lncd the slope as far as they could
with safety, and give It as their opin
ion that the irm forced Its way from the
old workings down Ujion thd miners,
pmotheritw tho eight men engaged lu
driving the hole.
1 IIKUS NAMKS ARK:
William Carl, li trick Ilil .-y, William 15.
Clark, William Shankwclk r, William Tay
lor, ( ieorge Heck, Hohert White and Wil
liam Fox. The news of the accident soon
reached SLamukiu at.d neighboring
pat lu-s, creating intciie excitement.
Men, women and children rushed
to the scene, and lu less than an
hnur over 1,000 people pressed closely
up to the mouth of the mines.
The coal ami irou eugiueers and experts
examined close!y tho condition of the
mine, and knew it would be certain death
for any one to attempt to go down the
Greenback slope, it was then decided
to open the bottom vein slope at the
liuckridae mine, w hich would change the
current of air at the (ireeuback, and force
it back to Huckridge by means of a fan
to be erected, and if nothing happens to
delay the work the bodies may be reached
WIVES OF THE VIi'lIMS
sat together iu tears near the slope, aux
lously awaiting for the recovery of the
bodies of their husbands, while the little
children, bitterly crying, clung to them.
Carl was thirty-six years of age and had
a wife and two children. Haley was
forty years old, leaves a widow and live
children. Clark was thirty-nine, had a
w ife at.d four children. Shankweiler was
forty-two, with wife and six children.
Taylor was thirty-eight, wife aud one
child. Heck, thirty-seven years, wife
and three children. Fox, forty-three
vears, wile ana tour cuuureu. uooeri.
White was the son of Inside Superin
tendent White, and was only sixteen
years of ago. Nothing will be left
undone nor expense spared to recover
the bodies. The loss to the Coal and
Iron Company will probaby reach $100,-
000, besides the long term of Idleness
that will dc forced upon tne employes oy
A VENEKAItLE VILIL'UK
Leaves Eis Wife and Ten Children and
Elopes With a Girl of Thirteen.
Sr. Loci, Mo., August 22. Chief
Harrlnan received a message yesterday
from 1). McDonald, Shentf oi Sioux
City, Iowa, requesting h m to arrest
Adolph Dills, a German forty-live years
of age, who was wanted for abduct
ing Matilda Greap, the thirteen-year-old
daughter of a neighboring farmer.
Sergeant Johuson was given charge of
the case, aud last night arrested Dills at
Cheltenham, where he was liviug under
the uame of Louis Kiel.
DILL WAS SEEN
In the hold over by a Chronicle reporter
tbl morning and 6aid: "I have a wife
and nine children liviug thirty miles from
Sioux City. Matilda was the daughter of
a neighbor of mine, and my wife got kind
of jealous of her, and was constantly
scolding mc and making remarks about
tho girl. So I concluded to take my
e dest boy and go to Texas. Tho girl
heard I was going and said she wanted
to go too, and that ber folks had accused
her of Improper conduct with me. I told
her she was too young and that
I WAS TOO olt,
but she Insisted upon going, and tho
three of us started for Omaha, whero I
married tho girl. I did it when I was
dmuk. Wo then came to St. Louis, and
we were lu Cheltenham only three days
when she took sick and died of typho-ma-larlal
fever, Drs. Gratiot and Newland
being the physicians In attendance upou
her. Sho was burled In the county grave
yard." Dill's eldest son, a lad about eleven
years of age, was arrested with his father.
Tho otb;r nino children Dill says, are at
home helping his wife. A telegram was
received from Sheriff McDonald this
moinluif, notifying the chief that he
would arrive with the requisition papers
Surgreon Woodward's Death.
rittLAUKLPHiA, Pa., August 22. It
now appears that Surgeou J. J. Wood
waid of the United States Array dlod by
his own hand at Dr. Livingston's asylum
for the Insane. Tho doctor had been
under treatmeut four months, but at no
im, rvas he vWent, He preferred
ho Imagined himself delicate. On Sunday
morning he was passed on the stairway
by one of the lady attendants, who saw
him go tothcedgj of the roof. A few min
utes afterward ho threw himself off the
roof backward, falling on tho steps be
low and receiving injuries from which he
died iu the afternoon. Alter being car
ried to a bed he regained consciousness
and asked what had happened, and on
being Informed said that from the time
lie had passed the attendant on the stairs
until regaining his senses everything was
a blank. A verdict in accordance with
tho above facts was given. Ills mental
trouble was brought on by over study.
SKX'IOV AMI KIUIMONll.
Two Irish Mfiutjra of Parliament On a
New Yoiik, August Thos. Sexton
aud his fellow-member of Parliament,
Wm. Kedmond, were iu this city to-day
at the Windsor Hotel. Mr. Sexton, In
reply to a fjuestiou as to tho affairs In
Ireland, said : 'Our cause Is steadily
gaining. Th; Government has the pris
ons and the purse, but we have the peo
"Are the people united iu support ol
"Yes, substantially so. Of course,
there will be Individual disaffeclious here
and there, but the people generally sup
port him with cordiality."
In relation to the dispatch from Boston
to tho effect that Mrs. Paruell h id made
a suggestion as comlmr from her son to
he submitted to the two parties lu this
country that they should incorporate iu
their platform a p. auk in lavor of ad
mitting goods of Irish manufacture free
of duty, Mr. Sexton said he had spoken
with Mrs. Paruell on the day previous
ami she had not alluded to auy such
proposition. "At the same time," said
he, "I may say that wo have en
couraged by all the means In our power
the manufacture of fabrics in Ireland,
aud have endeavored to have them used
In preference to goods of English manu
facture, and the Irish people would be
well pleased if the American Government
could In any way discriminate in favor of
Irish fabrics. But we have sedulously
avoided all interference iu American pol
itics, either iu favor of oue party or the
other, and that policy I feel sure will be
adhered to In the future."
Closing Scents of the Welcome to the
Archbishop of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 22. The
formal exercises connected with the re
ception aud welcome extended to Arch
bishop Iiyan by the Komau Catholics of
Philadelphia aud surrouudicg parishes
were brought to a close last evening in
a grand street pageant It Is estimated
that ,0u0 persons were In line, arranged
In nine divisions. The right of the line
was held by the societies belonging to
the Y. C. T. A. U. Union. The spiritual
directors of the different organizations
rode in open barouches lu the midst of
their respective societies.
Calcium lights and transparencies were
seen In a number of the societies. The
Hue was to form at S:43, but it was near
Jy ten o clock belore a tlnal start was
made. This delay was occasioned by
the small space they allowed themselves
to form lu on Broad street. There was
little or no countermarching, the line
going direetly out Callowhill street to
lsth, then arouud Logan Square, which
Is directly opposite the Archbishop's
residence. This part of the arrange
ment was perfect, affording the Arch
bishop a brilliant view, the
wide area of the square,
being surrounded with the torches and
many colored lights. The parade passed
lu review before the Cathedral, and was
theu dismissed. After the processlou
the delegates of the Archdioeesau T. A.
Union assembled in tne parlors of the
Cathedral, where an addre.-s to Arch
bishop Kyan was delivered ou behalf of
that body by John A. Campbell, Esq.,
President of the Union.
Thirty Thousand Torch-Bearers In Pro
cession. Philadelphia, Pa., August 22. Arch
bishop Ryan's reception last ulght was
a grand affair. In the torchlight proces
sion nearly 30,000 persons participated.
Every Catholic Society Iu the city was
represented, and as each society passed
by with uncovered heads the Archbishop
pronounced a blessing. In front of the
Cathedral and arouud the Archepiscopal
residence fully 50,000 persons assembled
to witness the parade.
A Little Previous.
Galveston, Tex., August 22. The re
ported arrest of Governor Ireland at
Houston, Is false and premature. Gov
ernor Ireland, accompauled by Harnett
G.bbs, candidate for Lieutenant-Governor,
Congressmen Wellborn and Miller,
together with about a hundred delegates
to the late Convention, arrived at Gal
veston last eveniug. Marshal Tracy yes
terday said he had no Inteutlou of ar
resting the Governor during his attend
ance upou the Stato Convention at
Houston. The Marshal has no fears
that the Governor will seek to avoid the
service of the warrant, hence he has se
lected another time and place for his ar
rest under the Francois allidavit.
Still In Pursuit of Avery.
Vienna, Ili August 22. About 100
men with guns and pistols are still In
pursuit of David N. Avery, the man who
on Monday burned his wheat stacks to
prevent a levy by the Coustable, and then
shot at his neighbors and burned their
stacks. His pursuers thluk he can not
escape. Tho settlement is greatly ex
cited. Ou Tuesday night some oue
burned Avery's house aud barn. The
premises were unoccupied, the members
of the family beiug uuder arrest.
A Murderer Flees.
Oskaloosa, Ia., August 22. Yester
day, lu White Oak Township, this county,
the murdered body of James Summers
was found in a hazel patch. He had been
lilt on the head with a pick handle, and
was killed Monday last. John Ash, a
laborer In a railway camp, supposed to
be the murderer, has fled. He Is about
eighteen years of ago and a hard charac
ter. He has gone East.
Murdered at Cards.
Waurknton, Va., August 22. Last
evening James Hoard, a farmer was
drluklng and playing seven up with prl
vato Ryan, of Company H. United States
Artillery, at Brook's store, near Fauquier
Springs. The men begaq to quarrel awl
finally Hoard drew a revolver and shot
ityiui l the stomach, moTUIIy wounding
RIDDLED WITH BULLETS.
Tragic Death of a Nogro Ravisher f
While Attompting to Mako
On the Plea of Great Hunger Ee Gained
Acc-iES to the ITouse and Dishon
ored His Benefactress.
Successful M.dnieht Starch, and Satis
factory Result of the Exciting
Phii.adei run, Pa., August 22. This
county was honiiled day before yesterday
by the details of a shocking outrage on
the wife of one of the most prominent
farmers of the county by a strange ne
gro, it was growing late when the ne
gro walked up to the house and, tluding
the lady alone narrated a pitiful tale ol
hunger. She entered th'! house for the
purpose of feeding him. As sho opened
the door of the pantry, she felt a hand
passing acro.-s her mouth, and la an In
stant she was In his clutches. She
fought vigorously, but without avail, as
a heavy blow on the side of the head rem
dered her senseless.
About midnight her hinbarid returned
home. As he passed In he heard steps re
treating through the rear. Entering, he
found his wife a maniac, muttering wild
ly, "Oh, husband, why were you away?"
The husband aroused the neighborhood,
when parties armed and with lanterns
scoured the country for the fugitive.
Late In the night a suspicious mau was
discovered who had sought refuge in an
abandoned mine, and who was recognized
as John Johnston, a man of desperate
character frcn tho end of the county,
It was soon demonstrated that he was
the roan they were in search of. Ho was
bound with stroug ropes and taken to
He had been unbound during the trial.
When he saw the result he broke and ran,
and soon got beyond the reach of the
excited crowd. Fully oue hundred shots
were tired alter him, when, with a yell,
he jumped into the air and fell on tho
road dead, pierced all over with bullets.
Wild shouts of exultation went up lrom
the people. The body was left ou the
road until noon, when au Inquest was
-TltAMiE If TKL'E.
S'.or of a Man of Many Adventures
Probably His Last.
Ciiic.uio, III., August 22. Miss Lap-
kowich says sho w.n betrothed to Sam
uel Lodner, who left here two weeks ago
to secure what he could of 28,000 on de
posit hi Bradbenders's Savings Bank, at
Erie, which recently failed. He wrote
back that he had obtained 27,0u0. Then
he started for New York, but claimed
that he was beaten ou the head
by two men and robbed. Iu
his last letter ho did not believe
he would be alive long as his father-in-law
intended to murder him. Eight
years ago Lodner, while traveling, to his
vineyard, iu Koumania, with a consider
ablc amouut if money, ou the day pre
vious to that fixed for bis wedding, was
attacked by brigauds. His companions
were killed and he was sttbbed and his
throat cut, and he was left to die. When
discovered by citizens he was sent to
Vienna for treatment. Surgeons in
serted rubber tubes in his throat,
on partiallv regaining his health he
was married, but quarrels arose, and he
went to London and exhibited himself In
medical cobeges, accumulating the S'-'V
ihiO referred to. Wneu he emigrated to
the United States his father-in-law seized
h s vineyard, valued at 22(1,000. He so-
chred a divoice at Washington, sued his
father-in-law, won, and was to receive
the money on September 5, the father-in-
law arranging to meet him in ew lorK
and settle. She seems to suspect that
eml-sarles of the father-in-law have mur
Lodner's Daad Body Found.
New York, August 22. The body of a
man with a bullet In the abdomen was
found uuder a bridge near Little Falls,
N. J., yesterday, and iu the branches of a
tree several feet off was found a revolver,
recently discharged, which carried a ball
such as the man had been shot with. Iu
the man's pockets were found a tin box
containing a copy of the Commandments
lu Hebrew, and a small book, In which
was written: "Please send a telegram
to Chicag ). I am lost. I just ran away
from murderers. Please send my body to
my home to Chicago, III., 5;il South
Canal street, to Mrs. Lapkowlch.
SlguedJ "Sam Loinek."
Trouble Brew nsr Between White and
Kloki'k, Iowa, August 22. The at
tempted introduction of a crowd of negro
miners into tho mines at What Cheer,
Iowa, to take the place of striking miners
there threatens n serious riot at that
town. Citizens are alarmed at tho out
look and have asked that tho militia be
called out. Continued reductions in tho
price of milling was tho cnuso which led
to tho strike. Tho sympathy of tho peo
ple is with tho striking miners.
Ordered to the Front.
Des Moises, Ia., August 22. Gov
ernor Sherman has, ou a requisition from
the proper authorities, ordered Company
C, ol Muscatine, to tho coal mines in
Keokuk County, whero serious trotiblo Is
reported between the white and colored
Forcing Open the Doors.
Alkion, N. Y., August 22. Tho work
of forcing tho doors off tho inner safe of
tho suspended First National Bank is
now progressing. But little hope Is en
tertained that the securities will be found.
One of tho depositors has becomo Insane.
It Is believed that Warner, tho President,
has completely gutted tho Burrows es
tate, of which ho was trustee, Amplo
proof of largo speculations by him in
Wall streot have been discovered. A
largo amount of Warner's prtvato paper
The Famous Morm Memrial De
stroyed by Fire.
Hartford,' Conn., August 22. Tho
elegant Morgan memorial monument,
which has been In process of erection at
Cedar IIlll Cenieterj, four miles from the
-- -' --' -
at $10,000 burnod Nst night. It had
been covered by a shed tllty feet high
to protect the workmen and keep
the memorial from the public sight.
'Ue H1 was fclon fl? fl elcven 'clock
last night, and there being no means to
stop It the memorial was crumbled be-
yond all repair. It was of Italian marble
and had three elaborately carved figures,
modeled after original and costly do
clgns. Contractor Albert Eutress, of
Hartford, upon whom falls the loss, says
It Is ruined. The bodies of Governor E.
D. Morgan, of New York, his wife and
sons, are lu the vault beneath the memo
rial, but are unbanned.
MASK HALL. MKEVITIES.
Score of Oamss Played on Thurs lay,
H. I. Providences, 5
Boston trolts, 4. ...Baltimore Unions, 3
Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis unions,
1: Kansas City Unions, 4.
New York New Yorks, 3; Buffalos, 2.
...Metropolitans, 4; Brooklyns, 4.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimores, 8; Vir
Indianapolis, Itid. Columbus, 'J j In
Louisville, l. Louisville, 2; St.
Washington, D. C National Unions,
12: Wilmington, 1. Eight Innings;
game called ou account of darkness.
Monmouth Park Races.
New Youk, August 22. A good day's
sport was witnessed by a largo attend
ance at Monmouth Park yesterday.
There were seven races, all of which
were well filled. The time made was
First Race Free handicap sweep
stakes, seven-eights mile: Lndymlon,
tlrst; Rica, second; Marklaud, third,
Time, 1:2V 1-1.
Second Race 1 lie home-bred produce
stakes, three-quarters mile: auda, tlrst;
Ventilator-Cadence, colt, second. Time,
Third Race Three-year-olds, one mile:
Equipoise, tlrst; Economy, second; bun
Maid, third. Time, 1:44 1-2.
Fourth luce Selling Purse, lor tnrec-
year-olds, three-quarters miles: Bahama,
tlrst; Adorns, second; Error, third.
Time, 1 : It! 1-4. The judges were severe
ly criticised for not giving Error secoud
Filth R ice Free handicap sweepstake,
one and one-eighth miles: Bok Cook,
tlrst; Itaska, secoud; Hopeful third.
Time, 1 :57 3-4.
Sixth Race Three-year-olds and up
ward, one and otie-quarttr miles: Clou
mc!, tlrst; Joe Mitchell, second; Lytton,
third. Time, 2:13.
Seventh Race Handicap steeplechase,
over the short course: Voltaire, tlrst;
Pawnee, secoud; Echo, third. Time,
Chicaoo, III., August 21. First Race
One mile, for all ages, light welter
weights: Revoke, won; Constellation,
secoud ; Fairbrauch, third. Time, 1 :44 1-4.
Second Race The Humboldt Park
stakes, a solliii'x sweepstakes for all ages,
oue and one-half miles: John Sullivan,
wou; Manitou, second; Centerville, third.
Time, 2:38 1-4.
Third Race Three-quarter mile heats:
Sawyer, won the tlrst aud third heats aud
the race; Midnight wou the second heat.
Time, 1:17, 1:17, 1:18 3-4.
Fourth Race One aud one-sixteeutu
mile, for maidens of ullages: Wituble
tou, won; Bigaione, second; Rebel Scout,
tulrd. Time, 1 : 3'J.
Utica, N. Y., August 22. Race3 good;
track in One condition.
Flist Race Two-tweuty-threo clas3,
$1,500 di ided : Felix wou second, third
and lourth heats. Best time, 2:22; Kiug
Wilkes, second; Walnut, third.
Secouil Race Two-seveuteen class,
2,i)00 divided : Clemmle G., tlrst, whi
ning thiid, fourth and Ilfth heats; Phyllis,
second; Phil Thompson, third. Best
time, 2:13 3-4.
Third Race Free-for-all pacers: Fuller
won In three straight heats; Bessie M.,
second; George G., third. Best time,
Applying: a Plaster.
Wii.KEsHAUitii, Pa., August 22. Ed.
Loukdalc, a member of tho Salvation
Army, called at various houses to-day aud
stated that by applying a plaster he could,
with the aid of earnest prayer, remove
spots, pimples, etc., from the skiu. At
the house of J. N. Kepler, he was allowed
to try his skill upon Mrs. Kepler, and no
ouo being in the room, he attempted uu
duo familiarities. Mr. Kepler, however,
happened to bo iu the next room, and
catching the fellow attempting to kiss his
wife, beat and kicked him out of the
house. lie theu had the salvation soldier
airested, aud iu default of a 11 uo he was
sent to jail. Ills pockets were tilled with
copies of the "War Cry."
All- Quiet on the Bayou Teche.
Nkw Oki.kans, La., August 22. All is
now quiet along Bayou Teche. Tho Re
publican ex-olllclals of Iberia are lu the
New Orleans Prlsou, and a writ of habeas
corpus has been refused. A bond Is be
ing prepared, however, according to
Judge Gates' private terms, aud they will
bo released on their solemn promise uotto
lnterfero or allow their friends to do so.
The troops from New Orleans will come
marching lu lu the morning and New
Iberia will dropout of public notlco for
General Pope Walker Dying-.
Nashville, Tknn., August 22. Gen
eral Popo Walker, of Huntsvillo, Ala.,
was sluklug rapidly last ulght and was not
expected to live until morning. He was
the first Sec etary of War of tho Confed
eracy In the Davis Cabluet. Since tho
war he has been practising law In Hunts
vlllo. Ho was a member of ti.e Puitforra
Committee of tho Into Deuu cratl Na
Sax'on to Hang-.
Woodhink, Ky., August 22. Tho trial
of John Saxton, at Barboursvlllo, Ky.,
for tho murder ol Leo Uouler, was ter
minated yesterday, the jury finding the
defendant guilty of murder In the first
degreo and flultiK hi kuoUUnwiik at
rtu.lh Thn vnrdli-t Irt Universally as?-
proved. Judge Mnuy will pass sentence I
IN THE PASTRY
Vnntlln.I.rnioii.Ornnge, ., flnvor take.,
'rnim.,l,inl,llnii...Vc'.,u di-llciitrly unit uat
urull) ii (lit-triil t i'i diu H hleh they ure mitde.
FOR STRENGTH AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. st. Louie, Mo.
Or. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
Dr. Price's Limulin Voast Gems.
ltfl Ilry Hop Vt-n. I.
SALS 32"2- O-ROCEXJG.
WE MAKE ULT ONE QUALITY.
Smokers of IJIai -kwcll's Gt-nuin
Bull Durham SiiuikinnTotiaocowul
ri-irive Premium. aH fulluwH on
terms and rotiditMiii here Bi'-ifil
1st PREMIUM, S5T00Q
2d " 2,000
3d " Sl,000
'i'i other I'rrmliiniN an hrc shown.
Tim 2T premium will be awrdd
IWmliiT 33. ISM. lit Premium
KeH to tins i'rim from whom we r
tvtve tlielatv.yt nmntierof our empty
ttli.li-en hfU-s trior Ui le 15. 2d will
lie ifiveti for the next Urgent iiuinli-T
and thus. In tin order of the uumbur
of empty laM received from each,
to tlio twenty ft v arKvemful con
t"itarifi). Each Iki nmrt bear our
rninal Bull Pnrhnni lalwl, II. 8.
Ill-venue manip. and Caution Notice,
lu-n mu-t tie item) up securely iu a
pacicvo, with ninw and adilrea" of
n'tider andmuiitvrof oiwk contain,
ed, plainly marked on tha ontxtde,
and must h mint, ch:ir?c prepaid, to
llbirUweir. Durham Tohnrro
Co., DctituM, N O Every itenutn
pai-kfen- liax picture of Bull.
S; our next announcement
Became it acts on the. l.lVtlt, HOWFXS nd
KIDNEYS at the name time.
Because it oleanaes the system of th poison
ous humor, that dovolope in Kidney and Uri
nary Disoaaes, BlUouaueas, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Files, or in Bneumatism, Neuralgia, Ner
vous Disorders and all Female Complaints.
urauLiD pkovf or iuis.
TV WILL 8UT1 ELY CUBS
By causing- FREE ACTION of aU the organ.
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst forms of these terrible disease,
havo been quickly reUeved, and in a short time
PRICK, l, I.iqt ID OH UIIV, SOLD Br UKCUUISTS.
Dry can be sent by mail.
WELLS, BICiLABDSON & Co., Burlington, Vt.
3 Send itamp for l)try Almanic for Istst.
The Feeble Grow Stvon?
When llostetters Stomach Hitters U Used to pro
mute R-siinllatlou of the food and -rjrlch the
blood. Indigestion, thu chief obstacle t an a qui
sitlnn of ftrcinttli bv the weak, Is an ailment
which Infallibly suet tiinbs to the action of this in
fiillih e corrective. Loss of flesh and appetite,
failure toslcun, u l ijrowlni? evidcuce of preiua
Hue decay, are speed! y counteracted by the great
liivicomut, which braces lip the ptusicsl enerle.
and foriitlel tho constitution acalnst disease.
Kit -a'e bv all Dr'H.'i.'1't "nil Dealers gener Hy.
Crick, Sprsirurenches, lUwu.
mallmi, Neuralgia, Sciatica.
Pleurisy Pains, Sntch In
Side, Backache, SMIu Joints,
ii...rt iumm. Sora Muscles,
the mcuicliuU rlrtuesof fresh KZ.
Extracts, It is inua ct mvi.
Hailed on reci
Proprietors sod Man
r"sse'e e e e e ee e ee e e
.w eunnl bT HwW Qtmwh and I Jtt Pl'ls. Mete.