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TH2 CUDAHY KIDNAPING.
The Wonderful Expansion of the
Trade of the United States
A COMPARISON WITH OTHER NATIONS.
Imports and Kvport of ,P 1'rlnel
al Countries of tl,r World la
I!im. (omiiarr'l With tho am
In Hie I'rrrrdiiiK Year. Affording
to the Uureau of Statistic..
Washington, Jan. ommercial
conditions tlii-otiglx ut the world in
Ihi' dosing months of l'JOO are pic
tured in a taiile which will be present
ed in the forthcoming numlier of the
Monthly Summary of Commerce and
Finance issued by the treasury bu
reau of statistics.
A comparison of the commerce of
the principal countries of the world
with that of the liiited States in
iyH), and of the growth or reduction
of their commerce with our own de
velopment during the year, presents
some facts of especial interest in con
sidering the wonderful development
of our own commerce in the year and
Taking- the countries in their alpha
betical order as arranged in the table,
the facts presented are as follows:
Argentina The imports of nine months
ending with Sepietnoer. l'.rnO, are $!t 4.H1 -.
atruinst IM.lMT.O'i" In the correspond
ing month of ISM), while the exports of
nine months ending with September, M.
arc Sliy.43u.ui. against $113,501 'SHI in the
corresondin:; months of last year.
Austria-Huns.iry The imports of ten
months ending with October. V.m ar
J.Mi.ki;.. against S2To.lTv.uw in the corre
sponding months of last year, and the ex
poits of the ten months ending with Oc
tober, lino, are S31T.4.OtJ0. airainst :n -
OU.hchi in the corresponding months of last
'h..kT to "'"Pany the Oman
acainst gtli.Xt'i.Oiio in the corresponding detectives to the jail on the Xchrasn.
moi.w.s last year aim tne exports ut si,e for an examination, h
kiw iii-'iiiiiti riiuiiig viiiu ocumtT, i:-iu, are
t-V.'.4Vi.iK. against S:M).:iS;.ii in the cor
responding months of last year.
Canada The imports of three months
ending with September, law. are t4..7:W.
WH". against J43.)H,(iiiu in the coi respond
ing months of last year, and tne exports
of three months ending with September.
lsuu. are .ftt. ICS. mm, against WS.SK't.umi in j Omaha detectives.
me corresponding months of last year.
r-gypl I'he imports of eight months
ending with August. 19(10, are S4u.523.0U0.
against $3t.l5.WM in the corresponding
months of last year, and the exports of
eight months ending with August. iSOO,
are Ku.821.WV. against S V).Wi. v in the
corresponding months of last year.
France The imports of ten months end
ing with October. 1!KW, are 7u:S,S.SS.inW,
against t716.1IC.nno In the corresponding
months of last year, and the exports ol
ten months ending with October, Mil, are
tH47.'i74,rt). against $.il.666.w'.0 in the cor
responding months of last year.
Germany The imports of nine months,
ending with September, limo. are $'.C2.I1M.
. against Sn".2.014,ijO in the correspond
ing months of last year, and the exinirt
of nine months ending with Septembet
1H"0. are ST14.Oriu.0Qu. against S714.uSI.UiM ii
Ibe correspondmi; months of last vcar. Ii
the case of (Vmumy i.lone sjiecie and bul
lion are incniii"i m tnis statement
t. 4. Crowe. Itrotlier of l'at C rowe, Arrest"
d at Council HlutTn. Charted
Omaha. Neb.. Jan. 2. -The first ai
res! in the I'uilaliy kidnap:"!? ease has
been niiide. .1. .1. Crowe, brother of
l'at Crowe, whom the police believe to
be a principal in the abduction, was
raken into custody in Council 1 51 tiffs,
yesterday afternoon, by Omaha de
tectives and brought to this city. The
warrant charges ( roue with the al
(luction of young Kihvard Ctidahy on
December is. Crowe consented to ac
company the otliccrs across the river
wiuiout tne tormaiiM oi reipisitiun is an important symjfa of, Kidney
papers. Trouble which is frcqufk-ovtrlooked.
Karlv vesterdav afternoon a posse Pain in the back, scafifc Wine, ner
of detectives, with search warrants vousness and general mx also indi-
and comolaints .-hariri,..- alMluetion. laa Presence oi upeaay disease.
LOS3 OF APferiTE
Va S tti
If 4nf f tViara CfrriltUfl ma,
, . .. . . r iy vi, mts. "'wws ij resell i
ransacked the premises adjacent to J. ,et a quantity of urill-oidd in the
'- Crowe's saloon in the hope of dis- morning, stand for 12 Hrs ail look for
covering l'at Crowe in his place of sediment in bottom ofSsel.
elay is fatal. Dog trait
Germans, after a continued residence
broad of ten years, lose their citizen-
In 1899 Germany had 32.003 post
offices, or about as many as the United
States had in 1S72.
irmce .Muenstcr von Dernehnr
9160 Reward I10O.
readers of this paper will be pleased
ta Iern that there U at least one dreaded
uiscase taai science qas been able to cure in
ill its stages, and tiat is Catarrh. Hall's
uum vure u ue oniy positive cure
r " uicujuiu jraierniiy. uatarrn
being a constitutiaaal disease, iwinim
wmuiuuuuai irestment. jiall s Catarrh
Cure is taken inlemallir iKiinn A.t-
fa i.. .... " 6 linnn tl.. Kl I I ' r . .
' auiuassaoor to I'aris has r. -e-- uc muou inn mucous Etinaces ot the
signed, owing to his great age. Th, 3 th? K thTSt
prince, who SO years old. has been 50 i trength by building up tne constitutiCand
concealment. They had the necessary
papers for the arrest of both l'at and
his brother. Karly in the day the po-i
lice department bad been given the
quiet tip that either l'at Crowe was
making his hiding place in his broth
er s saloon, or the brother knew
whole lot more than he would divulge
j about kidnaping, and the letter that
has been recently written to the Ctida-
hys, threatening the death of theii
son if the reward for the airest of th
kidnapers were not withdrawn.
A diligent search disclosed no traei
of Pat Crowe, but the oflieers cann
i upon the brother asleep in a rea
i room. They hastily awakened hin
and took away two huge bull dog pis
tols which lie carried in his pocket;
The man was first taken to the Cour
ii Hluffs police station by Deteetiv
Weir, of the Iowa department, an
then he was conducted across the ri'
' er for an examination by Chief Doni
Crowe was escorted to the Cound
liluffs police station by Detect?
I Weir, who made the arrest. As Cro-
registered on the Council liluffs jil
lMioks and then allowed to go with te
detectives, tin the book he wis
charged with being a fugitive frtn
justice, arrested on the complaint f
When Crowe was arrested lie wa.-in
a drunken stupor, and the police hve
been unable to get much out of hin
The police here know nothing of he
arrest of l'at Crowe at Oelrichs. S.D.
PAT CROWE CAPTURED.
It an Down by Detective on the Fn
Klilice Keaervatian After as
Sioux City. la.. Jan. 2. A specia to
the Journal from Chadron, Neb., siys:
"l'at Crowe, charged with compiei
ty in the alxluction of Kthlic Cud.hy,
British India Th-' imiHiris of Hve , of Omaha, has been cant tired. Ilree
mmhS- ",,.'"';s..5'"m Aue,;sL- are S'V i detectives following Crowe- e-a.il
1.M. K iinsi $:t)..c4.i( m the correspond- i ..Jr.i-j- " "
;uid tne exports . . inc """;,. nrar Oelriclis,
Crowe was driving a team anil mick-
J'4.ii:.'i". j ...i ii,, .vh'noicil the horses anil
rnu nioiith-: of last vp:ip.
of li 111 inths ..iwlil... u-ilh 11.MIL MM- "'"""
are against i "-'"f;. "" """ ' anil captured him after a
... . . . - .-. r lit till . ( 1
1 .1 h '' . months.
ooii brought him to a halt with Iheir
John Delfelder. cattleman, has just
leached town with the news, a nd says
the posse had stopped at a ranch
about thirty miles out for lunik and
to feed their horses."
7?!"rrl i'.'. ,-...,r ;n,.l the ex iorts a': tried to outrun the horsemen. vho
i-n months, ending with October.
are $pj..7.v. against iJJJ.1":'.""" in tht
c.irn sponding months of last vear. :
V,.xie-The imi.orts of two months
ending with August. 1!. are inrn. ;
against . I.v.."h In th corresMniling
months of last year, and :!e exports ot
two months, ending with August. l:M. art
$ll.i"2.''. igiiinst l'M2i.i in the corns-
suonding ;nonths of l ist year. I
fortug il The imports of tive months. .
ending with May. i:. are
against til -"." in the eorresoonding
muiths of iast year, and the exports ot
five months, ending with May. i:M. ar
SI :..V..i. against S13.t!'.M in the corre
sponding month f ls' y-.tr.
liussia The impor;s of six months, end
ing with .lime. li. r.re sm.441.ntK. against
S14N tit i in the cor-esponding months ol
ast -.ear. and the exports of six months,
ending with June. are S14.;.lw.lM'
against 51.ll.S.tJ in the iorrsiondlng
months of last year.
Spain Tie imports oi nine ""'"'" "' i
ing with September. 1!"). are S11!M.0"U-
against SH.'4.72.WJ in the corres.onding ;
ih f last year, ami the exports for
nine months, ending with September. iiw
are SMS.b-Jl.'W. against jw:,iww
irfll cure any case of M ney troubkmd
the symptoms arisia)iherefroni tafcr
1 50 forfeit by a resMisible compuf.
1 nis is a Dona-hde
MISSOI RI A
pMpI rarrd bj KID-
years in the diplomatic service, the last
13 in Paris. Previously he was am
bassador to London.
The German merchant msr.no
making rapid progress. During t,
In. nr. ' . b
-o. tJ ,rars i ne number of steamship
of over loo tons register increased in
Germany 520 per cent., while in Eng.
laud the increase was onlv 9-. e..
and in i ranee lii jwr cnt.
i-mperor William 1 1, is endeavoring
U-Mre in,hiTry- for hi"dfather.
William I., the title "The Great." Xot
a fev courtiers whose chief aim is to
gam favor have readily yielded to the
imperial wishes by speakingof the first
--t.. as Kalser in.Irn d
A new light system has been intro
duced into the village of Kimnozheim
netrole 8 lar t'?n,l
petroleum reservoir, the oil from which
the light is produced is distributed to
t K . . 1 ia,"Ps through
n mm n.Lu il.MiiaJjHMld HI UU 1 I " ouiruui hilhlin .. . . : i
" "v.um. I . i - . - ...... UIJUllCU
Mra.J. B. Armstrong. eislLKeedStMotMrlT.lUl special apparatus and burner.
an.A.D. Tinien,a.iiivr.l3iuvcit;diM i
V.L.I l-.lli. U.n.vOla Mft i
Mr!johnUwrey,UtiCargtCllnton.Mo. 1 GOSSIP OF GOTHAM-
Mrs. T. Alton, 2315 Cmsseq St. Louts. Mo.
R. C. Green, Grand ATtfM'aokegaa, IU.
W. R. Bee be. Central!!.
Mrm.C. A. Ilewitt.WilvJ Ave. & 10th 8t..8lerUn,Ill
lira. A.J. Lannw. jrt (Marshall SU. Paris. III.
J. Cavendish. TIB Dous SU Vult, I1L
Iforrow's ITidie-oids are not pills.
but Yellow Taljbts, and sell at fifty
cents a box at rug stores.
JOHN MORROW i CO- SPmNQFIBLBO,
Tht fi'rwt ....i.i:.. i-i
" S'lllllIS- IIFQff ... .
(Aed ;,. v.." . . "V "as estao-
, . - l"e year 170(),
In unite r . i. .. ...
ior- sieilflC -
nnlwr. .. """-ise in
, automo lo
non horses and more carriages 1,
Z!T,a T-r than in
The area of tea culture in India t
end of lS'JO w: over alfi.TUO acres
Tli. Koooc si :in :iverare man'
efnn weiir'n In iiountls. Thus nf
woman are ptnbably six pounds1
Cunt is ratvlv known antf:
working classes of Ireland. '',r ,m"
mttnitv is thought to be iliirt11" '
that their food consists largfl.v of Pv
Honorary rank in the amy is .not
new to women of royalty, Hit it is in
teresting to learn that a voman ha
been raised to the rank ofse'l
personal service and merit During the
campaign in the Philippin-s Gen. Ageja
won a commission in the -evoluttonarj
armv. organized a forcf of 2.0ti.l men
and led them in a numier of actions
3rr-i!nct tlie SnatuarOS.
!...!, C t -tor hviHOti.CS 1V teU-
nt,nnu Hi. friends doibted his al'ilit
World 'Lj Ti " "isKing ot the
created ld -Adam vfs the firs ing
K was awinW ?" " ;..";.'L,ou,en,?'- . 60
loneiv for him. an. I n
asleep, the Lord took a rib
aim maae a woman out of
uiu nave a tnend to play
Warn a'prised?" asked
Ask your groar
tire of GRA&-0,
takes the paw '
irink it without
' he was iust h'.Hl t
Rose, ecstatically. N.
assisjing nature in domg its work. The
"uuiwiurs nave so much faith m its cura
tive powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list ot testimonials.
Cheney & Co, Toledo, 0.
Mall s Faauiy PilU are the best.
little Left to Stand On.
r'if"!'81 ha? now ar!sen wI" declares
&t?uIstr"mis myth. If science con-
h.vT-;l-aeViasAatmK,.wa-T' we Pha" soon
XW tPS to buf esoteric
X Y press ',lmca, ot cat tracks.
There la a Claaa of P.nnl.
Who are injured by the use of coffee. Re-
""J lueie. uu oeen paced in all the ero
ri&TV?," "7 Preparation called
UKJU.VO made of pure grains, that takes
..or omee OI conee. ine most delicate stom
ach receives it without distress, and but few
can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over
ir.. u "J'ren may drink it with
great benefit, lo cts. and 25 cts. per pack
age. Try it. Ask for GRAIN-0.
Perl I of ClTlIlaatloa.
Of the U. S. Treasury Recommead
seryafine and jo Ikincows tokeep cfe
of formaldehyde it isevi2entthatthe nlffh!
Beat for tne Boweta.
ivo matter what ails you. headark. -
if to show you a pack
new food Hrtnlr .L.
ffee. The children in.n
ill who try it, JJnry as well as the adult,
ich seal browrfc it. GRAIN-O has that
iaue i rum iuirsj aiocna or Java, but it
uiuin rrtri taps, ana tne most del
ice of coffee. 1 without distress.
id by all grocem ,nd 25cU. po0mT
It the Door
cancer, you will never get well until T"r
bowels are put right. Cafcarets he"p nature
cure you without a gripe or nain P'l
easy natural movements, cost you iust 1C
cents to start getting your health back
Cascarets Candv Cathartin ifc- ack;
aVs.i.oT111 Xe2 ev"' tabletYas C 6. C
tamped on it. Beware of imitations.
A Resemblance. aULr
"Isn't flnr rrrrwfr 1 T .
jd Mr. Snaggs to his w,'f;."U"
t !Uand ,evfn..his breakfast wheat is
The Beat Prescription for Chllla
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
-u- iuKiu his impiyironandqiiinineic
tasteless form. No cure no pay. PriceOc.
Tessr "Jack tried to kiss me lasting!)
Jessj "Indeed? Of course you-rnii
iesa t ertainly; every
v ?" C."3SUibl Tablets. All
Take LayatHftg,," tbe ordera.tocure. 36a
-rT &!e7e!Jyn Jordan, Medical Examine,
or U. b. Treasury Department, graduate of
Columbia ColWe, and who aerVed threo
atVVest Point. h the followina to
y or i-eruna:
" Allow me to exnrcu m m.l...-.
to you for the benefit derived fa
vour wonderful remedv. On. .1..
month has brought forth a vast chann
ana I now consider mvseifs u ...
after months of suffering;. Fellow
uncrs, r-cruna will cure you."
, S1IOC11C SJUniOlp
only by systematic treatment. A remedy
that cures catarrh must aim dtrectlyit
tne oenreH nma tl:. : - . i
Peruna does. Peruna immediately invigor
ates the nerve-centers which give vitality ta
the mucous membranes. Then catarrh dia.
appears, then catarrh is permanently cured.
Peruna cures catarrh wherever located
reruna is not a aum nor .
u an absolute scientific certainty. Peruna
hiving Peruna: " UP"
A free book written by Dr. Hartman,
on the subject of catarrh in its differ
ent phases and stages, will be sent freo
to any address by The Peruna Medi
cine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
TOUR OF ALL MEXIC
in Pullman's finest Come
Koom, Library. Obsa
Cars all estibuled
Open Top Car '
inSi.L m : ""JS
tu. nn ...
Sxico and a Visit to ;Cp,r? of tke Sou
.All exclusive:fPAh?Jn'I Citi3
ofleisu-re tSrd Eft of th "in
. Special Pullman P.-, "
?y, January l7aT4i"Tt's
Usui "the ht . from v" " ' i, ronce and San
l'in. "iir"" anection. r:,",l, e nlodiMn.i , .,w second A
F-kTV- O. n,l.t " .l"e throat ..t sold for ,
1'JW. anburM rnate batnrds..
. iu. taeta . :
- i . ; an i
, ...-. xinn-nes. to run,.,. iMi! to p'ews.
var.ons ,r.r feals hm
AMi.-n he ke ,!.,
that they ., f(, ' ... . .
from 1l.eireMH.riv. t.'.rV. .... ,.-! TUe orac
hypnotii tl,lu ,rf(re in9 ;
S TELL US.
rvants owe to MKi!"
Wic.-Lord Lvt. BuilJaLrt and
Iear- .v.. It, ItiT.Briai
, -- mac new . ".vspens.-. , . - -"-
. npw. wx: i tnm i - me nan. .r .. . i J" aDm
-Ind;,;?- ttr; r?'' 1". l.e human ... Milwani
CCUJan s ic images by
1 - - uui.
T, t ,.
be .Zl "S,ana.Po.'is c.
inj-how? " "n stea-inff any r 17. ?not ,
"i, VQs to
its of I
e . '" ? numn " '
MRS. RICHARDSON VERY ILL.
SuflTerluK from Servnoa Proatration
Caused l the Murder of
Maine l:is l"i fiii iorii s in which fish
and veiretnldes lire e:innel. j
IB lS'.M) the inini".iii prouiii-i ii'" 11.
the I'nited States uniininted to $fr.i,
001.01)11 and in 1S'J. lo S'.iTii.ntw.liim.
The Anierifiiii red piiin wimhI is now
b'iiifT largely employed in Lomlon for
a reef pavinjr pttrjioses.
The Danes export the best and hiirh
ist priced butter in the world, and
or their own use liny cheap butter
from the I'nited States.
Swttzerlaml-The imports of nine
mot th. en.linp with September. X900, are
Vi'wm. -gainst Sl1.4"5.0"0 in the eorre
soo'ndtnK months of last year, and the ex
p ? s of nine months ending with . Sep U-m-Lr.
la are MlI.Tti.". aRalnrt " f
in the oorresiiondiiiR months of last ear.
fnited KinKdom-1 he Imports f eleven
month?. en.lliiK NoSSrvJ .07:
322 aa.t. aBiiinst $2.12.Ji. tne.c,1L
reriMmdinK months of last year, and tte
Tlomestic -x,H,rts of et-en m"".":
lmt with Novemher. . are S1.B.-M0.0iw.
i"alnt Sl.IS0.T2u.itW in the corresponding
n0nUedSlif,-The imports of eleven
STrtlMM.SoT. auatnst S.2.2 S" in ."e cor
r "p!.n.liK months ot last year. and th.
PXilorts of domestic m.-ri-handise ot (l-ven
I responding months of last year.
WENT D0WNWITH THE CAVE-IK
To Men SitsllowH I P T
-av-In of a Mine at Cham
St. Joseph, Mo, Jan. l.-rs. liicli
ardson, widow of the millionaire mer
chant of Savannah, murdered Christ
mas eve. is in a precarious condition
to-nifrbt. and may die at any moment.
This is the opinion of the attending
-.i. . .. So feeble is the heart in.-
lion of the woman at times as to be CATTLK-Nativeteers
Kcarrelv nert-eptible. She is suffering! ki.(H'K-W inter h.-at
r- .'...nous nrostration from the
tragedy, and especially has she beei
tlainreroiisly ill since the evidence giv
en at the inquest. Monday, by th!
servant. Hessie Phillis. Relatives cf
the dead man take no stock in tie
evidence of this girl, which was of a
erv sensa atonal character, reflertiig
as it did upon the widow. The pits
ecution is now in possession of evi
dence that may result in an importint
arrest during the present week or je
tore the inquest is again resumed.
IGNATIUS DONNELLY DEAJ.
New York. Jan.
Steers t 4 ia Hi i i-'i
lialqne Character Who Held iev
eral Offlee o. Trost Paaaea
... i- ai: 1 .. I ....mi.
. . - - . :..i. I Minneat)oiis..Miini.. .iaii. -.
Detroit, Midi.. Jan. l. spec.-. ..,..,, ir -,, v:irs ,ms been
the News from Champion, Midi., sa . J(roniin;nt in (K.aI an( national poli
that by a cave-in of the Champion j an(J ujerjo,. was taken sLlen
mine John Horngreen and Joe Wil- , ,. nl af the lonM. 0f his father-id-law,
lianis. who were picking oro ou the j;arton Hanson. Monday night, and
surface, went down with the cave-in. i ied at l-'::: this morn lg. Donnelly
- ,' ot be recovered. I had lieen a member of both houses
ki i,ft house also dropped into
llir oi""" ' "
WHKAT No. 2 Hed
IX'HK Mess New
Cos and Heifers,
I'ALVKS per WD
IKKiS Fair to Choice
SKKKP Fair to Choice....
r'LUL'il Patents mew)...
WHKAT No. 2 K.d
COKX No. z
KYK No. 2.
TOBA 'CO I.uks
I ;ii uui iv ...
HAY Char I tmotn.v .......
1L TTKlt Iion-e i.inj...
BACON Ch'ir Kib
L-VRLJ cnoicc i3ie.iiii
CATTLE Native Steers...
iti h . run . v""-"
SHKKH-Fair t Choice....
FI.OL K iniei j .
WH EAT No. S Sl'H' B -Ko.
CORN No. 2
PORK 41 ess
the workings. The dry house is under
mined and may go down, as tne sui
face is still caving in.
STAMPING PLANT BURNED.
Destruction of the Bellalre stump
Ina- Co.-a Blar Plant at
of the state legislature and represent
ed his district in congress for one
form. He was nearly seventy years
Hotiens of Reduction In H'ace.
Younirstown. O.. Jan. 2. ottces of
a reduction in wages that will affec!
aliotit four thousand men were post
ed. vesterdav. at all of the blast fur
-.. . i i I'lr. .Iwlrarrr) iiaces in th
Lmcago. jau. ......
VSl IlV S. i I AIIUWU Oi
Mahoning and Shenmsro
., O. nvnsv f.'2 TalTlTlT. .It VailVn.
1HM,SV , ,f 00.1 ia !.. per day to bottom lilii rs
oTanii thrUW bo and "elpers and t.ienotU-es state that
rirls out of york. Insurance to tne ' " ' . , "
Blr' :j . 1m. l fi.V The red net inn vill place the
value of $3T5.0IK was carried on
wages of the furnace men on the 3;, me
3 ' 3 )
12 Vi 'a 13 i
4 2." 'ii 5 '.)
i M 'it 4 5i)
o uo 'a ti a
4 50 l 4 Si
3 5W 'o 4 2."
3 5') t W
3 i. 3 4:i
.... M 4.N
3 TO S jl)
4 M fi 12 Kl
?u tJ r 13 50
IT 'i 2
.... Si 6Ti
.... 'a 1!
I 'ul2 30
. 4 TT. 'a 6 i
. 4 j 'a i'JD
, 3 tit It 4 T5
. 3 ST il 3 !MI
. 3 4H 3 VI
Ihe . Jou can
l we"? g-ood onM m
ductor, nes' ""Kg-ested
sleeve, took his hP.j - .
"Not 11 up. flead rtnouslr.
among tex passenger c.t,
the passw buy a fW np
An hour l,inhed,o d
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Folsom, Custer Co., So
Dec. 31, 1900 (Special).
Hyde has given for publicatit
expressing her unbounded g
to Dodd's Kidney Pills for tht
cure of herself ana nine aaugu. rgt
Mrs. Hyde has been troubled ym
pains in her heart for over three yeart.
and for a long time her little girl suf
fered from weak kidneys. The grate
ful lady does not seem able to find
words strong enough to express her
gratitude. She has written the following-:
I cannot say too much in praise ol
Dodd-s Kidney Pills. They are the
greatest kidney and heart medicine I
ever used. I had been troubled for over
three years- with a severe pain in my
heart, which entirely disappeared after
I had taken a few doses of Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. I also gave them to my little
' girl, whose kidneys had been weaK,
I and she commenced to improve from
I the very first dose. Dodd's Kidney
! Pills- are certainly a wonderful medi
cine. I would be pleased to have this,
! mv statement, published, as I feel it
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the Pills will do for them.
Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure. 50c.
s box. All dealers.
hisrh wind carried great -p.anti, basis as in M:-r,-h. 1!n. The employe
of burning embers about the vil. refuse to say now whether they will
lage, threatening its destruction accept the reduction.
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