Newspaper Page Text
K'BSBSmSsssssm t--vr V '? ivf h :&3a zpifejge&' f Xi-AiV -?."& It ! 'Sb ,, IX . -- ai a. m w r w . ' -' ' j'jr - ;, i - j- .3-iv t-'c'j Lr---)-. && r i ,. ---.- -jf - - - - -r y Mry.flrfiKI-, JJCJW-V 5 -WORSE THAN DEATH. Awful Scenes in tte Siberian Mines. Boston Gazette. The exiles who live in the mines of Russian Siberia are convicts of the worst type and political offenders of the best. The murderer for his villainy, the intel ligent and honest Polish rebel for his patriotism, are deemed equally worthy of the punishment of slow death. They never see the light of day, but work and sleep all the year round in the depths ot the earth, extracting silyer or quicksil ver, under the eyes of taskmasters who have orders not to spare tnem. Iron gates, guar.kd by sentries, close the lodes, or streets, at the bottom of the shaft, and the miners are railed off from one another in gangs of twenty. They sleep within rock-hewn recesses, very kennels, into which they must creep on all-fours. Prince Lumbomiroski, who was authorized' to visit one of the mines of the Ural at a time when it was not suspected that he would publish an ac count of his exploration in French, has given an apalling account of what he saw. Convicts racked with the joint pain which quicksilver produces; men whose hair and eyebrows dropped off, and who were gaunt as skeletons, were kept to hard labor under under the lash. They have only two holidays a year, Christ- Sunday included, they must toil until exhausted nature rob3 them of their limbs, when they are hauled up to die in the infirmary, Five years in the quicksilver pits are enough to turn a man of thirty into an apparent sexagenarian, but some have been known to struggle on for ten years. No man who has served in the mines is ever allowed to return home. The most he can obtain in the way of grace is leave to come up and work in the roadways, and it is the promise of this favor as a reward for industry which operates even more than the lash to maintain disci pline. Women are employed in the mines as sifters, and get no better treat ment than the men. Polish ladies by the dozens have been sent down to rot and die, while the St. Petersburg journals were declaring that they were living as free colonists, and more recently ladies connected with nihilist conspiracies have been consign ed to the mines in pursuance of a sen tence of hard labor. It must always be understood that a sentence of Siberia hard labor means death. A UNIQUE OKCHKS1K1. Three Hundred Players Who Can Not One Another. Pittsburg Times. There is a nightly concert in the lower part of Allegheny, Pa. by the largest or chestra in the world. It is composed cf at least three hundred players, who per form on every known instrument. The band is well trained, uniformed alike but has no leaders. The musicians play what they please; they never Eee each other while they play, and their audi ense consist of the same people at every performance. The concert begins pre cisely at six o'clock every evening and ends at the stroke of seven. At this hour the instruments are carefully laid away and not disturded again for twenty four hours. This is according to the rules of the Western penitentiary, the inmates of which compose this remark abl musical coterie. The Western penitentiary is perhaps the only prison in the United States wherethe prisoners were permitted to cultivate the art of music, and many do it to perfection. A reporter was one of the audience at the concert last evening. Five minutes before 6 o'clock he made a round of the tiers, with one of the keep ers. There are 640 cells, and in almost every second one the occupants sat awaiting the signal, ready with his in strument to begin. Two minutes before 6 the reporter end his companion took their station near the.' gong on which the signal is sounded. All was quiet. Punctually at 6 o'clock the door keep er sounded the gong six times and the singing noise had scarcely died out when the strains from several hundred instru ments were heard. It was impossible to distinguish one tune from another. The mingling of sounds reminded one of the howling of the wind in the dis tance. The men rattled off tune after tune without stopping. "They look forward to this hour with great pleasure," said one of the keepers. "JTrom5 o'clock, when they come in from work, they sit and watch patiently until the gong strikes. They don't lose a minute. The music is the only thing which varies the monotony, and to take 'an instrument from a prisoner is about the severest punishmint we can inflict. Some of them are good players. Prac tice and constant application makes them perfect. There are men here who were very poor players when they came, and to-day ;they can take their places alongside the best of them." It was a few minutes before 7 o'clock when the round was completed, and as the ground tier was reached, a man with a violin commenced playing "Home Sweet Home." His neighbor accompan ied him on a guitar, and in a second a flute joined in, then a concert, mando lin, etc. In fact the prisoners on the ripper tier seemed to be watching for the sounds and caught them up, one by one, until all were playing the tune. The chorus of instruments closed at the atroke of 7. Quiet reigned supreme, and no one would haw known that a mo ment before the sounds of hundreds of instruments had been heard in the cor idor. How Senator Fltunb Caaght the Small-Pox. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Coming into Washington, about the first man I chanced to meet was Senator Plumb, of Kansas. The senators face is pitted from small pox, though not to the extent of disfigurement I will tell you uun uc ukiuo uv uiczto inar&e, anu in aO- ing so I will tell you a tale of rare hero ism as it was told me by an old Kansas man who was personally cognizant of the facts. Many years ago, when Plumb had just come to Kansas from Ohio and settled at Emporia, he waa poor and struggling for a living, as was most ot the pioneers about him. One day he drove to Law- I rencewith tload of produce. On his way home he stopped at a little town to feed his team, and while there he heard "that some Ohio people had been there looking for a place to locate, and had passed on, leaving -one of their number behind, who had been stricken down -with small pox. Some of the people had carried the sick man out of town to a shed, and left him there alone. Plumb sent his load of produce on, and went to work to find some one to take care of the man if it was found that he was still alive. He found at last a re an and his wife living some distance from there who had had the disease, ana agreed to take the invalid for good pay. Plumb then could get no team with which to transfer the sick man.and final- lv in desperation, seized one that was Hitched in front of a store. He got away a short distance when he was overtaken and the team taken away, Finally .after persistent effort and pleaoing, and bitter denunciation of the people, he obtained a team and drove to the shed and took the poor plague stricken creature, dying alone of his disgusting disease, in his arms, and drove with him to the home selected. He left all the money he had, and promised more when he could get it for the care of the man if he lived,and his burial if he died. Then he went on down to Emporia and had the small pox himBelf,and came very near giving his own life as the sac rifice for that of the poor stranger whose life he saved. Thet is the story of how Senator Plumb's face came to be pock marked. Victims of youthful indiscretions, suffer in e from nervous debility, lack of self confidence, impaired memory, and kindred f symptoms, should send 10 cents in stamps for large illustrated treatise, giving means orcertam i cure, witn numerous testimo- cal Association, 663 Main street, Buffalo, N.Y. Over fifty tons of explosive glycerine have been consumed in the New York and Pennsylvania oil fields during the past six months. "Frailty, Thy Maine is Woman." Samlet. That she Is frail, often in body, "'Tib true, 'tis true 'tis a pity, And pity 'tis, 'tis true." Br Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is the best restorative tonic lor physical frailty in women, or female weaknesses or derange ments. By druggists. Price reduesd to one dollar. Two of the cheribims on thefrescoed walls of a senate committee room in Washington have the faces of two ofJefl Davis's children. FARMERS AND STOCKMEN. The only remedy that enres galls, cats and wounds on horses and cattle, and always grows the hair in its original color, Is Veterinary Car lsolisalve. 60 cents and $1.00, at Druggists or by mail. Cole & Co., Black BiTer Falls, Wis. There is a missionary hospital at Jaffa under the care of Miss Mangan. The Misses Mangan and Newton first began caring for the sick by receiving sufferers at their own houses; but the work has grown so that a rented home was ob tained, and care for the sick made a specialty. Eighteen beds are now kept fullofnatients indoors, and of outpa tients there were 11,600. There are now constantly employed four ladies and one skillfull Syran doctor. PATENTS obtained by LouisBngger&Co., At torneys, "Washington, D.C. Est'd 1864. Advice free. "White bears about the size shepherd dog and very, ferocious been found on Mount Shasta. of a have For cuts from barbed wire fence, sore shoulders, kicks and open sores en animals, use Stewrt's Healing Powder, 15 and 50 cis. e bjx Mrs. Louisa Neal, of Litchfield, Me., celebrated her 82 birthday by digging two barrels of potatoes. . "Bongh, on Bat." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bedbugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c. Druggists. William Keanns, a Virginian, re cently deceased, was the father of twenty-six children. Heart Fains. Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dizzi ness, 61 digestion, Headache, Sleeplessness, cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." An unused chimney at Lake Massa besic, N. H., was found to contain 130 pounds of honey. "Rough on Corna." Ask for Wells' "Kough on Corns." 16c. Qaiok complete cure. Hard or soft corns, warts, bunions. Among the assets of an estate just settled at Auburn, N. Y.; was $20,000 worth of street railway stock, which brought onlr 10 cents. Whoa SaVy was stek, we rave her CastorhO"" "Whea she waa a ChOd, ahe eried for Casteria, Waaatal)ecmelfJeal aheeluagteCastorla, When she had Cbildrea, ahe gave them Casterfe Rheumatism, uralgia, Sciatica, Lumhafo, Backache, Heaiache, TooHuche, Sore Threads elllaanieJBrwla, Barns, Stoalds, Frost BItea, ma, "? 0TH BODItT PAHS A1TB icazs. Clrtctloos la 11 Languages. THE CHARLES A. VOGELEROO. O toA.VoaELratcoj Baltiaisra.asUC.B.JL Did Sup- you A pose Mcstang Liniment only good for hones? It is for innmma tk of all flesh. Another Ufa Sawed. About two years ago a prominent ritfzei of Chicago was told by h:s phj s cians thnt he must die. They said that his sjeUm was so debiUated that there was nothing left to build on. He made up his mind to try a "new departure." He got some of Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medicsl D's)ve;y" and took it according to directions. He brgan to improve at once. He kept up the treatment for some months, and is to-dtn a well man. He says the "V.szzyctj" saved his life. Downs Timer. There is a general com plaint throughout this county Osborne of the prevalence of hog cholera. Sev eral of our most prominent stock raisers have been subjecc to considerable losses frnm it and the worst o" it is no one knows of any remedy which will handle the disease successfully. Some say it is cholera, but most of those with whom we have talked in regard to it say the disease of the lungs, which causes death in a very short time after the animal is affected" Constipation is positively cured by Garter's Little Liver Pills. Not by purg ing and weakening the bowels, but by regulating and strengthening them. This is done by improving the digestion and stimulating the liver to the proper secre tion of bile, when the bowels will perform their customary functions in an easy and natural manner. Purgative pills must be avoided. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills. Price 25 cents. Lawrence Gazette: Either one of the county horticultural exhibitions, viz: Allen, Douglas, Davis or Franklin, made a better showing of fruits at the late Bis marck fair than was ever made at any of the great St. Louis fairs. The first three counties each exhibited about 100 varieties of apples, as well as other fruiis. The collectors of the Douglas county horticultural exhibit B. F. Smith and Samuel Reynolds made the largest dis play of varieties of apples ever made in the state at any fair or other horticul tural meeting.- In' their collection was 165 varieties of apples alone, to say noth ing of the other varieties of fruits which they had on exhibition. BEANS " URE Biliousness, Sick Headache In Four Hours. G) One dose relieves Neuralgia. They cure an prevent Chills Fever, Sour Stomach and Baa Breath. Clear the Skin, Tone the Nerves, and give life and Vigor to the system. Dosei ONE BEAN Try them once and you will never be without them. Price, 25 cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists ani Medicine Dealers generally. Sent on receipt of priot In stamps, postpaid, to any address, J. F. SMITH A CO., Manufacturers and Sols Props., ST. LOUIS, lit Though painful and wearing almost beyond endurance, is hot an incurable disease if treat ed in time. Perhaps no other disease has so baffled the efforts of science and medicine as this, but at last a remedy has been discovered in rfftwKCAWo which CURES KHEUMA WVY4(UV,TISMi and fc heartily en. dorsedbymany of the Leading Physicians. WHAT THEY SAY: "ToNQALnoc is doing all that ia claimed it wm do M G. CLSrnxBT, M. D., Oantrall, HI. FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. As A. MELLIER, Sole Proprietor, 109 aad SMITHS II for Infants and Children- "CaatorialsTOwenadaptedtochfldrenthafc I Castorta cures Colic, Constipation, l recommend it at superior to any prescription I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, known to me." H. A. Abcher, md I KiUa Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di m8KOxtordSt.Bxooklyn,N.Y. J Wltlottiuiurioue medication. Taa Cbhtaub Cokpint, 182 Fulton Street, N. Y. CEO. R. PECK, Presidsalr J. W. BErlQER, Seeremry. TUB Southwestern Benevolent Association TOPEKA, PURELY MUTUAL LIFE This Company hat duly compiled with the Laws of Kansas governing Mutual In surance Companies, by filing a bond to the State in the sum of $50,000.00. and has been regularly authorized by the Commissioner of Insur ance to transact busfitese In Kansas. DIREOTOE81 Gao.B. Pier. P. I. Bonbacx, J. W. Bason, J.T.Hai T. J. AmMow. C. C. HoAPLar. J. H. Bwoe. kg3L5?J SIT CX Tuc A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. DR JOHN BULL'S SiisTiicSra FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Tep r oftai celebrated medicine justly c-iin-is m J a superiority oyjj all run edior -vcr ofibred to the puolio or jk. OaKB, CEEIftin, 3PEEDY and PEElLairfe? sure of crnc andFovor.or Chills andFovorhoth ar a? diort iTlsng standing. He ssfbrc to the entire TTooterEind Southern joantrrto'bear aim iuatamonj to the truth o jhs assertion that in nb case whatever will it feE to 3ore if inuuireouoncareotnctlyfollowadandcarried out Ina great many cases c single doae 2ias been sumcien: foz a cure, and whole families have been cured by a single bottle, with aper fectroGtoration of the general health. It is, ho77cver,prndent,and in every case mors'oer tam to cure, if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been jheolsed, more especially in difficult and long-standing cases. Usually this medir'ne will no j require any aid to keep the bowels in good js&sr Should the patient, however, -require a jahurtac medicine, after ha vingtalren he 'jrftar 3oses of the Tonic, a single dose of EN3' VEGETABLE FAMILY PIUS will V sufficient. Use no other. JDR JOHN BI7.1V8 SMITH S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER, The Popular Remedies of tne Day. frinefpal Office, 831 Main St., LOTJISTILLE, KT. ELY'S CATARRH CREAM BALM, when ATnifoi tnn ,, nostrils, will be absorbed, cucwuBuy cleansing tne head of catarrhal virus Bwusujg neaitay secre tions. It allays inflamma tion. ni-nta 4h w -- , r.www uo mem brane from fresh coldi-, uumpieieiy neals t h ores ana restores the mjubj 01 taste and smell uui a Liuuiu ur ouiulii a i r rum a iew applications re Hm TCYCIl H?Tf: AJhorpvoh treatment will cure, a Agreeable or by mail circular. . 60 cents at druggists ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y. TELEGRAPH JZ "BUSS mlshed. Valentine Bros.. Janesville. Wis. LADY AGENTS SrmS employment and good salary seuini ng tjueen city smrtana rkf iVirSumiorters. 8armle btorl outfit Tree. Address Cincinnati Rnspondor flo. Cincinnati. O Sure relief 1 nrmwa KIDDER'S PASTILLES. Price35cts.daiili!iaa by mail. Stowell&Cba uaauesiown. .uasa mmpFTvmmV wreDri:iBium RgjSj fu,Srer6Sfl t &M W . JratS MMMMbT 'vM?Te,H MMMMmrtfTV MMMMwTJ jpMMMfy.- xv isXrl mam Had a ease of Inflammatory Rheumatism of nearly all the. large joint, Oare Tonqaudu. and to-day my patient is out and doing well." W. W. Baxxeb, M. D Hersman, m. "In my opinion Tosoaxjkx supercedes all other so-called rheumatic remedies." 8. 0. Wobsham, M. D Marengo, m. " Have given Tokoauhk a fair trial and think it the best remedy I have ever found for Rheumatism." B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Ho. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE. ST. LOUH, P. I. IONEBRAKE, Treasarefw KANSAS. INSURANCE COMPANY, SLICKER rTuiiTCDBBnBr Biitiiin nniT J Corses thmmttlnmiil, aad will ksasrvadrr la any storm. i oaHsrwywbera. lltottrJfi catalorM &. A. J. Tower. Boitm. SarnreftSS.-SEEDS a-eaOTT. Bsoaoasa,. O-Boall OPIUM &&$&&& "VTmrtT yfn5laffNCro AQNT3 TO v atajj zeil'a New EncrclcDedias. In parts MYAJT i STMnors gfaqy. s St. Loaia, Ms. SW stsdeats faaaT A salTFD Aa eaTe Maa or Woman memy BBsf Ssl I 'eooBty to ;Hrar foods. SalmrjMli, fill "saysjtt and Expenses. Expenses la ad- tiret. 8tandard SUver-ware Co. Boston, Jaass. SjM. SWstadestsyeartr. yssBapaaesI MALT BITTERS. It wffl cms any case ot direr and Kldaey trouble when properly take. It is a perfect renorator and umgorator. It cleanses the aya tern of the jpIomoa humors that derelop to Mw Kidney and Urlaary diseases, ca tying away allpof somoas matter and re torlHf the Blood to a healthy condition, rancUnc It, refreshing and Invigorating Ba andBody. It prevents the growth to " nines of a JDanserons Class of Diseases) that begin In mere trlrlal aO Mots, and are too apt to be neglected as such THOUflAIfBS OF OASES of the worst forma of these terrible diseases hare been quickly relieved and In a short time perfectly cored br the use of HeM Jc att Bitters, DO BOt Mt nAWM mrA ITalt THteava Ann. founded witK taferforTreralionrofltaiUar Take Nothing but Hods Malt Bis. ten if you want a sure Cnre. k - xtl . HOPS k HALT BITTERS CH, Dtnar, Ma DYSPEPSIA is dangerons as well as diati easier complaint. If neglected, i tends, by impairing nutrition, and de pressing thvme of the aystem, to prepare the way lor napia xidcune. BRM5i M -THB-g BEST TONIC. ? CJuickly and completely Cures Dyspepsia in all its forms, Heartbnrn, Belching- Tasting; the Food, Ac. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimu lates the appetite, and aidrthe assimilation of food. Rev. J. T. kossitee, the honored pastor of the First Reformed Church. Baltimore, Md., says: "Having used Brown's Iron Bitters for Dyspepsia and Indigestion. I take great pleasure in recom mending it highly. Also consider it a splendid tonic and invigorator. and very strengthening." Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tnke no other. Made only by BROWN CHEMIO L CO.. BALTIMORE, MD. Ladies' Hand Book useful and attractive, con taining list of prizes for recipes, information about coins, etc., given away by all dealers in medicine, or mailed to any address on receipt of 2o. stamp. . UK. HhNUEKSON. 606 & 603 Wyandotte St., KANSAS CITY, M0. seguiar eradnat in Keltclae. 17 yrspracuet ix in unicago. Autnorized to treat all Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases, Seminal "Weakness (Night Losses;, Sex 1 nai JUebiiny ilosb of beiual fowerj.ic. uuaraniy uure or money reiunaea. cnargei low. Ace and exoeneuceareimnortanL Nc buiinest. Patient from a distance tremu by mail Medi cine! tent everywhere free from Raze or breakage. State yotu case and send for terms. Consultation free ana confidential A BOOK for boto texet, flluitd, sent seaIedfor6cm stamp D U T 1 1 UJiTI C UTheGREAT TURKISH KntUmAI lolfl rheumatic cure. A POSITIVE CURE for RHEUMATISM. $500 foranj cue this treatment fails to cure or hlp. Greatest discover In annals of medicine One dose gives relief- afew doses r moves fever and pain m joints ; Cure completed in 5 to 7 days Send statement ot case with stmp for Circulars. Call, or ad Or Hendrw.!''AviHoTR . KanasCity.M merenrv oriDlunoui meaicines used IV o time loitfroir NEW ENGLAND OF Boston, Mass., OLDEST in America Largest and Best Equipped in the "WORLD 100 In structors, 1971 8iudents last year. Thorough in Ftruction in Vocal and instrumental music, Piano and Organ Tunrng, Fine Aits, Oratory.Llt erature French, German and Italian Languages, English Branches, Gymnastics, etc. Tuition. S5 to $20: board and room, $15 to 875 per term. Fall Term begins September to, 1885, For Illus trated Calendar, giving full Information, address, E. TOUB JEE, Dlr., Franklin Sq . Boston, Muss. O The BUYERS' GUIDi: le lawocd Sept aad Kaxchu eacjajrosur. 49S5S pages 8xll lBehee.wlthoTei 3.600 UlweteBtlona a whole Pictax Gallerr. GIVES Wholeeale Prlcee direct to consumer em all goods go persjomal or taaally wee. Tells haw to order, aad ftiros exact cost ot orcrjr thina- yom wsot eat, drjak, wear, or bmve f tua witJa. TIaeoe TJSVAX.UABIA BOOBS ooataim laroraaatlcm srleaaed rrooa the ssuurkete of the world. Wo will mall a eepy TsTRKB to say ad dreat mpoa receipt of 10 oca. to defray expemao of walling; Ttetwehaarfroaa yom. RMrpectfally, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. SST s 229 Wahaah Atosmo. CMeaaa. HL 1885. SICLER'S 1886. CALIFORNIA P. P. P. P'S Popular Pullman Palace Parties). Will leave Chicago, St. JPaal aasl St. Iioate for Im ABtreles, Saa Fraaelseo aad Heao. lala.MondarOct, IS, War. 1, aad Iree. a.a 1880. ror particulars wxaress, H. O. MIGlSem, Manager, MClark 8C. Caleaao. MADE IN A DAY 'Delishtfnl ei aplojm Knitti leTneat rMsr and nrotitable. No fiookinsr. ttiHi Rrnldinir. or V'fn viiiir. Use any Uae any land ot cloSx nsr. (new or old), rags or yarn. A handsome Turkish "sVoosb WieLftat virh 9m snstsa tvArh e9 avnaf. !! tITe Kaa made -with 25 cts. worth of carpet waste. DCaDI KCG HLAKER can be naed a.Mll a. on all pwlnffiniiPkIsML or brhand. A wonderful inyention. It sells at lgmU Price 81.00, postpaid. Agratn Wanted. &T Send stamp for circulars, terms, and territory. JSO. 6. HOITT it CO., SI 8 State St., Caleaas. TJ17D Uf Ck?tT or tewa to sou aa artMe WVKMT VAMMMM WAaTa. mx retail frJee. WrJUfarpartScelara. Low Mfg C9n Toptka, Km. K.O. loot sea, these. WAY iwegeJIOperatlacWataiaf Macalaea Tf Tftn WSlf nni M Zw7...Bn Vuafau. 111 s 5 U t7rr3s $25, Kcsi sfKIa aad Btfrs wasted, wb 1st, aasa ttMdcsrlsaUtarssss'U. 8. acd rorrtfa ecsafriss far BJ Ow ysat MS Tsars, to date Ian. ass of boost sad PJ sssjfis. Oss'ltseeraesssaaMfTeeaasass. Toar bad- HlyaaaMassaybaaaNSjfftassa. ssdssrBasksf Kasssa TSBanwKaWeJu M W-C.McCOaDACODetltooletooa. J J?J535giaioai.c6, JRsJjfauJ. (Freaa tte IxiieMT Meralt eraM.) The following lpJnneHom has bea olv tuned bj the Hoy Bitten Company, el Bocheiter, N. Y, fainti OoUitlmM 5t Warner, of Beediaf, Michltan, prohibit- lug him froea wianeractnrinf orealliiif "German HepBittm. ThePrettdentcf At Unitod Batm of Amm tea to CuUa&HU D. Wanur, tfBmdmf, JficA., K$ Mreanit, mrtmen, ulmmm agents, muttacXmd wry Uthem: Whereat, It hai been represented onto the Justice of our CSrcoit Conrtthe Hon. Stanley MstthewB, and the Hoa. Henry B. Brown, at Detroit, within and for said district, etttinc as a court of Chan cery, that you, CoUatinrja D. Warner, axe laanuftseturlM aa4 nlllmt a mwllelae ntt German HoyBttfay InfiwmWmi tuM bWiii f tte Bop BUUn aade and ntdf by oompkdDamt, yomr said medidne btbiff detfmd, rm1mlca3fimkMm tdtomMtaith9pubUlmyavnTttittwaotimm terfeU gooda tm the iBannflssfaie ef ttaeasamialA ant. Wethfefti.taMUienttofior tTinsinufcm. dstrklyeiUe4siyo.ttsaldOoUatlaaaD.War nerandallaiideTeryth persooa before Baiaed. 2HF"8.J SiSS talMdla bottlea so as to ladnoa ttebauef that S rZJZZJLL -5?E?S??ZS?l a& aauask -- ,. mi - uiianiiv ther, from marmfacturlng, aallinf or offering ale. any bitten or other floiosi 1b the hottlMA a uaiam in auat dt aosBiuamant: end t with the labels, and la the general form la which yon ware mannfsdtarlna; end lalliaff ttablttan called by roa German Hoe Bitten, on the lilac of the bilU or In any ether bottle trwfckaay other labels oontrlred or flrrtsniriiin nifiiaiiiui Induce the belief that the Utterser taAs sold ew yonara tte gooda of the aompUinaaCaaULtsssa further order of tte ooort. Witntn Txa HoaoaABUl If OSBIBON S. WATTT. Chief Jojtloe of the United Statea. . At Detroit, this fifteenth day of July, A. D. IMS, x i Walter 8. Haiiha, Clerk. JrV eute ih M windier! It If when yon call for Hop Bitten the droazM hands out anyttunK but uBop SUUnT withe green cluster ef Hops on white label, shun that druggist ae yoa would a viper, and if he has takea your money for a bogus stuff, indict him for the fraud and see aim for damages for tterwiadle. and we will reward yoa liberally for tteoouYlav Uon. See U. a. Opart inJrmeUoa agametOL D. Warmer, Keading, Mlolu. and all hie ilawsiii. aieate. aruggiali and otter imBatoea, DISEASE BANISHED Health Gained, Long, Life Secured, BY USING Ii Purifies the Blood. It Cleanses the Liver, It Strengthens the Kidneys, It Regulates the Bowels TRUTHFUL TESTIMONY. KIDNEY DISEASES. B '1 suffered day and nldht with Kidnev troubles, tnv watertoaa chalky andbloodj,Icouldgetnorelief from doctors. Kidneu-Wort cured me. lam as well as ever. FRANK. WILSON, Feabody, Mats. LIVER COMPLAINT. IwouldnottewithoutKidnev-WortifitcoittlO. It cured my Liver and Kidney troubles after I had lost all hope, . SAJi'LHODOES, WOliamstown, W. Fa. PILES Z PILES!! I suffered for 12 years from Piles, as none but those that have been aSUcted can realize. Kidney-Wort quickly cureamc lxman t.jlbell, aeorgut, Yt, CONSTIPATION. I was a areat sufferer from diseased Kldnetts and teas terribly constipated for years. lamnowatteven ty as welt as ever I was in tnv life and it is due aione to Kidney-Wort. ar.BROWlf, Westport,2f.T. RHEUMATISM. 'After suffering for thirty years from Rheumatism and kidney trouble, Kidney-Wort has entirely cured me." jif.HKinax maugolm, West Bath. Me. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. "Kidney-Wort has cured my wife after two mars suffering and weakness, brought on by use of a 8ew ling Machine." DR. O. M. 8UMMKRT.TN, Sun Bill, Go. FOR THE BLOOD. "The vast year Ihave used Ktdnev-Wort more than 'ever, and with the best results. Take it all in aO, it is inm most successful remeay l note everusea," FHll.l.lf U. iSALLVUJt.V.,Xonktont Yt. MALARIA. "Chronte Malaria for years, withliver disease madei me wish for death. A. European trip, doctors and. meaimne ata no gooa, until I usea li-taney-wortthat uunmime." hehkx ward. LateCoUmhRea.,N. a. S.N. Y., Jersey Ctty,K. J. It acta at the same time on the KID NEYS, LIVER and BOWELS stimulating tnem to healthy action and keeping them in perfect order. SsUl?anBragrJss,Mwti.ee lilqaidorDry. The latter can be sent by mail. WELLSRICHARDSON & CO., BURLJNGTOM, VERMONT, U. S. A. VontrnI, 7. Q., aad Londoa, Zaclaail. aaaaaaaaaaaM aiaBaBBBaaBa EFFACES LIQUID CLUE Is tued br thousands of first claw rfsnafactnTers and Mechanics oa their best work. .Received KW GOLD MPIUI Taiii(ii Pmnni.nnd -.J I OVCI giutjnovn. Hendcard ordealerwhodoesnotkeep rfri !LwlthflT2eitmnfQr SAMPLE CAN S-OS-S I'WUWI finssiaCfinmtCo..GLracKta'.Vai.i. rnttciSot! j . j j - JOSEPH aiLLOTT'S Bold bj ALL DXALZBS taroaeat tae WerU Golsl Medial Parle Kxpoaitlea, UTS. Septare or BTersM Sreatsa' oa aew aasl seleattae prise siaaW a latest of trsstsiass- strictly ear ewm. Ifenaraatee to oars all eases we take or will forfeit santoreTerrfailara OanaaCae past three rears we sare treatei haaareas of esses la tbeeaatwltasjBtas1aaiefanre. Oeroleetrle, sort pad, rrons-sorlaa astollaaeo for Baptere is toe meat perfect Raptaro appllsaee erer lareated; sees away who su dscc spnan waisa amjsrs am suoj roo, glres perfect ease sad eesmfort wsJea wit the iront-sp: hoIdlBgi fronnprlaf aa soft-pad Basket a perfect retabMr, U new, safe aad are. we sacoessfaUr treat Btrietare a: is Biaee tae worst esses, ay o smexmms wauca and Varicocela HaTlaf had Urge nperleaos to the treatment or tnese assesses, srs preps wswnmuMm earea CoaaBjMoafree-Kseless &Jj,tTnT. JUiTDT MEDICAL 8UBOICAL IKaTlTTJTB. Wjaadotte SU aasaas City, Me fife R. U. AWARE THAT Lorillard'i Clinax Plug bearlar a red tin taa; that Lorillsrdl Koae Leafflae eat thmt rm r-ma . Kawp CIsppfacs,snd that Lorlllsrd's 8aaa,aro the best aad eheaneet, quality conaklersd ? br?s3.: atTorsal sTsfaastor.' loa Paet,j7t.Illasi?atioiBn prices' low; erir easst sold. XzelaciTe territory so4 the aumt S3 teraworereffsred. Addiesv, Kamao On Ptm Ctx, MS West Ktata gireet Tgaaeee City, MoV K W.U T. llg-LU-4l sj StBBl rem! AMBIMTEI Marutt, "fhatoU'e V JaHo rosJV'BO is aor of . .. .it .-. -iw" s$ -l ,f- ' ..1 . i . ti' '-A"i iSr !"3 &A : r ..j t& il 7q i v& ?m j -j, A AtW?.t . fT i.:i atsrpisfoya4yaswHMtasaapr. y ,w-: . r' fh" A. rfti fcw.