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From Babyhood to Womanhood I Her Slat Was Hair. JT TWENTY SHE BECAME ILL And Was Starving to Death?Her Dl*caao Puxzlod the Doctors-?Wlmt ~ . an Operation Revealed?Remarkable Case of a Ucautlful Young f! Girl In Now York. Km Ysirh DkmatcK One of tho most peculiar habits on . record was that ol Mary Preston, a beautiful young girl, who took tho priie at the Cooper Institute art school for tho . finest crayon sketch. She is highly educated, an expert musician, speaks several -languages and movos in the best E society. Ko one would ever dream that there was anything eccentric in her composition, becaoxe she hid her peculiar practice under the veil of secrecy. She began it when she was n little girl, continued It through childhood, and only stopped when the Burgeon's kuifo got In its fine work. Iler lmbit was eating nalr. It did not make any diffcrenco whose hair it was or what tho color. According to her own story, sho could sot have beeu more than threo years of ago when she began to chew the ends of her long curl*. Her luur was a beautiful shade of auburn, sweet en6ugh almost for anyone to eat; that is, if one's taste ran in that direction. Little Miss Preston chewed off her curls and swallowed the mouthfuls of hair with as much pleasure as the ordinary , child would A FIEOB Oir CANDY. No ooo know anything aooui u. There wore not any bad symptoms so fur iw is known, and she did not have anything moire than tlio ordinary sickness of childhood. If is hard to concm vo where she could have got a liking for hair, but she had it and it grow with age like all other habits. When she sot old enough to think and to know better she tried to break off the hair diet. The longest that she ever went without hair Us a regular \ stimulant was when she cut her ore teeth, and thon her jaws were too sore to chew. Hair does not slip down the esophagus like a raw oyater, ns any one will find out by trying to swallow even a single hair. Sometimes Miss Preston confesses tliat she would havo some trouble in getting a mouthful of hulr to pass the epiglottis, but the difficulty was easily overcome by mixing it witli a fig or ornngo; Miss Preston did not recognize tho vice in others by example, and her parents and eilioolmates never kneww-hat she did when alone. She was ashamed of the habit. She did not rely on her own hair to furnish a supply'of the <le: licious dainty, but let her pin money go for switches. She bought hair from 8g barbers, horse-dipping establishments f' and dog fanciers under various pretenses, HO that she hud a change of diet, and was not conflned to tlio monotony explain EVERY-DAY nun AN HAUL - ' Slio drew the line on tiro wool of tho : colored man, but lamb's wool was a luxury that sho enjoyed in season with as much rolish as the ordinary citizen does his lHJjab chop. How many pounds of liair she ate from the tin o sho began until hor twentieth vear will never bo known. She has no fdea, but says that hover a day passed without hor getting away with a large handful. , She became very ill on tier return from ISnrojie about a year ago. '' Probably foreign hair did not agrtc with her cultivated taste. She had a severe gastric trouble, aad all food that she took t'. was rejected almost as quickly us it was jj" swallowed. Iler case puinlod the physiciaus. There was no evidence of tumor, and the slightest symptoms of ; ~ cancer could not be detected. The doctors believed that there was a citneer of tho Intestine, near tho pyloric orifice, which affected the action of the etoinuoh by sympathy. Sho was starving to death, and to gtve hor relief it was do cided by Or. Arliuckle, the consulting surgeon of St. Luke's hospital, to make an opening into the stomacn lrom toe - side, through which she could bo fed. Alter a special course of tonic treatment she was placed upon the oporatlng : table and given on antithetic. _ THE INCISION was mode In the left side, about five inches long, and the stomach and intestines were exposed. The most careful ; examination of the stomach and other organs externally failed to show the " slightest evidence of sarcoma, and there was nothing to warrant the con? tinttnnce- of the operation. The stomach was enlargod somowhat, but nothing remarkable. The wound was closed iu the abdomen. V It was evident afterward tliat thcro was some trouble with the stonmch am! 1 Uot with tho intestines. The pntieut was losing strength and vitality every day. Something hud to bo done for her. It was settled that thoro must be another operation, though for what pnrposo wa* not apparent An incision was made in the median lino of the abdomen, and the walls wcro held apart with retractors. Tho snrgeon cautiously slit open the V stomach, and a remarkable discovery was mado. The wholo interior was filled with ?long growth of hair, which , ; grew from the bottom of tho oiuan upward. Thoro was also a lot of looso hair. Such a Condition had never been oen before, and tho surgeon did not L . .. X WL _ U_J_ ?.l . Know Wllttl to uu. iue Iiuir wnvu f: touched had ft waving motion that wo* very pcculinr. Some ot it waa cut out, and oil every hair there wero a number of small bugs that io?meil to b? all lugs. Tho bodies \v?re bine anil heads red, It ; was an entirely new addition to the hug tribe. All of the hair waa cut from the Itomnch and the bugs saved. Some waa nulled out bv tho roota, and pros' dnccd an active hemorrhave. An Inofafon waa made in the amail intestines, : but thero waa no hair thore. Thestom! aoh waa carefully sutured, the abdominal wound closed, and developnienta I I awaited. ' The patient yas greatly improved, and irhoq tho wound in tho stomach was honied, wn* Mble to tako nourishment J/ thrnagh:tlio mouth. Her food digested ? veil, anil It was thought that she hud J been cured. She stoppod oating hair, but the hair in tho stomach did uot stop growing. When it became long tlioro was tho same interference with digestion as before, and there was ( AKOTIUUl OPERATION*. This ttmoaradioal cure was attempted. Tho abdomen was opened, tho stomach cut the entire length, and the hair was "J ebared close to the membrane. Then . the section In which tho hairy growth originated Was removed with a delicate pair of sclsron. This wns usod as a pattern to obtain from tho stomach of a %. young pig a piece exactly the samo siio. This was removed ftom the phi vvithand, while the' membrane was, uulaiitiuj. With life, it was quickly tnrt^iM: 3Mh* gSRtnt's Tosuturo it WTMmLI tunic, because the membrane In >tlro womnn iind that in thepiR were not of the same quality and elasticity. The sutures were made with the finf'4 ydlk, and sixty-seven little knots iqereptiqd close together. It wita a. wand .?uctcjs. ?one of the boldest httcnipt(iJn'iuoa?am surgery to unite two dftferorilly cfcfastructc'd membranes. Tho patient remained in a critical ponditlon for several days, but, with close intention to .nun>In* and treatnjpct, ?he.Mcngte com*loscont. Sho wiUdtuve tJ)&jffiSpitAthia week. It is bj^iw^'ifi^frthat iho ha* been permanently cured; that the "liqjr will not crow again, and that Iter cxpe[ rience will not lend her to disgust the pig's stomach with)a diotfjf mixed hair. Skutcli I.r the Great Protection I-i'u.lcr olnl Camllrinti* for Governor or Ohio. William McKiuley, Jr., who has been nominated for Governor by acclamation by tho Ohio IfopibUcane,, ,*M.5 born at Niles, Trumbnll ooontyi Ohio', ^on January 21), 1S4S. His father was tm iron imnufacturer, and is still liviug, his age beine 32. Young McKinley was educated at the public schools and at tho Poland, (Mahoning county) Academy. In May, 18(11,die enlisted in the Twentythird Ohio Voln'nWcr Inflmtry h'n ti'|lrivato. On Septembbr 24, 1S?2, he was promoted to Second Lieutenant; on February 7, 1802, to First Lieutenant; Tnlw 'W* IflAA PnrtinSn. nnd WM Brovettod Major by President 'Lincoln for gallant mid VthefHurio.ii* services; at tho uattlcs ofofre^HiV, Twiiers'FIH Unci Ce Jar Crook. He served in tho. staff of ex-President Hoys and Major-General George Crook, and after Crook's rapture lie served on tho stnlf of Major General Hancock, lie was with the Twentythird in all -Ha battles, and,was mustered out 'life- Afthe close of tho \ftir lieretflfnefl U) Ohirt. He had a liklny for the military profession, and it is said that but for the advice of hie father he would, at the solicitation of General Carrtill, Jiavo attached himself to the Repiilar Army. Ho studdied law with tho Hon; Charles K. Gidden uriif T>avidftWJp&n,6t$ISBouing county; and then" attended 'law nt A lli.:m- V V In IKKT wnw admitted to the bur, andTn May of the same voar li^lQCated jni'iiutoii. Stark county, wh.WfiTciWSKM lira office of .1 udge Heldon., Ho manifested such ability and industry thiit ho was soon mado a part nor. lie was elected prosecuting attorney of Stark county in 1800. On January 20,1871, ho was married to Miss Ida Siixtoa, daughter of James A. Saxtoti,' a prominent cittoen of Cunton. He was elects? to 1870/ and has boen continuously in' CobgreSs over since except during part of his fourth term, lie being unseated by a Democratic House late In tho first session, his seat bein(r?ivj(i to Jlr. Wallace, his competitor. ATiJyjijpv. luia Jiocii,thrue times ''gerH'rnaflHcRdy'>,"in''lW8 lie was placed in u district consisting of the counties of Stark, Wayne, Ashland and Portage, which was Democratic by 1,800, but SlcKinlev carried it by 1,1)00. In 1SR4 he was placed In a district consisting of Stark, Sammiti 'Medina and Wnvno and wns elected liiLover 2,000. Uniier theShfamous Prii^iitfj&ifiindor of 1HOO, liis district was iwBo up oi Stark, AVavne, Medina and Hdliuos, which hail given Campbell for.Governor the year before ovor 2,000 majority; but on the fullest vita ever polled intne district Mr. JIcKinlqy-reduced this mnjuritv tixsns.^ Mr. ileKinioy.racelvc'1 2,500 lHQiS' fi'los irf'TOEpflatrii'' than had kS'Meccived byTWnTflon for President iu 1888 in the same district. AVIiilo in Congress Mr. McKlnley has served on the committee of the revision of tlio laws, the judiciary committee on expenditures in the postoliice depnrtmcn, and the cqmmjttoo, on,flU($, and when General Vi?^hj.Jflpa1,gojngi[it<.'il for the r^hle$yZ3lf. Jucpjiflci)'. was assigned to tHcl Cpoiiilfttffi fcnVays and moans in his place, lie continued to servo on tlio last named committo until tho end of his congressional career, being chairman of tliut committee during the last congresp,'. and was the author of tiiu fnmiius tarill law which bears his name. TWit number of years Mr. McKiniov luis been tlie recognined champion of tiro cardinal Kopuulican principle of protection. He was a delegate-at-large to the national convention of 1884, anil supported Mr. Blaine fpr the Presidency. Ho was also' a tiolegateat-large to, the national convention of 1888, when lie supported Mr. Sherman. At tho latter convention his name was sprung ior tlie Presidential nomination, but in a speccli which was characteristic oI the man, lie forbado the use of his name, tor'tho-reason that ho had pledged Mb loyalty to Sherman. He was chairman of the cftinmitteo on resolutions at that convention. Will be no AgHlRnniunt. Sax Francisco, Juno 18.?Tho J. Dealing Company,.boolc tialilishern and dealors in tine art gotSIs/TTiTs "cilj-, has issued a circular to its creditors otiering to compromise its indebtedness by paying fifty cents on the dollar. Tho outstanding obligations uf the tirm are said to aggregate SZfiMOft. A,member of the firm states that thcro will be no assignment. He attributed tho present condition of tho firm to want ol ready money duo to the diitliioss of trade and rgcent large outlays of capital. Excursion to Atlantic City via. 11. ?t O. R.U For TlmradayrJuJr"B(l, theiilaltiniDro & Ohio BaililJ^tyvmpanf Wntotinlofl .1 popular oscivrsion to Atlantic City from points on all divisions of that system east from tho Ohio rivor to Washington Junction. Tickets will bo valid for return passage on nny trjiin until .lujv 11, Inclusive. Tkitt. wiU'lhot,otily atibrd au opportunity to spend the l'ourth of July at the seaside, but tho tlfckets pornift the holders to (top oir on return journey at Washington, to see the many wonderful sights of tho' magnificent capital city, to visit lit. Yernou and other puints^of inturcst iicitf WashingA trip to Allanlio City via tho "Picturesque B. & (>." carries-with it tho enjoyable feat nre of a ride over the crest of the ZHeghanlca, along tho panoramic shoroa of Cheat rivor mid through tho historic valley of the Potomac, a glnnco at Washington, W&tMWiwtl.lihilAslelphla, and a journoy aorwss Now Jersey ovor tho only double -truck route to Atlantic City from Philadelphia. Passengers by day trains can spend tho night ,111 Philadelphia and tako any regular train of the Heading, route the following day, Friday, JiTlj'M.lor'tW ? . . Truins leave Wheeling nt 12:05, 4:.V> anil <1:10 a. m., and 2:35 p. in. The train leaving at U:10 a. m. runs via Pittsburgh. Pullman sleeping and parlor | ears attached. Round trip rate from I WhcolingSlO; correspondingly low rates from other atatloiufy ^ ;| The angler first lies in wait ior liis catch, and then lioa In weight of hi* catch. Brndflrld'aJ'vmal* 'lleirulntor should ba ua&l by tho young Ionian, she who stiffen from any djaomer peculiar to hor sox,1 arid ntthange of life is a powerful tonic; benefits all who use it fold at wholesale and retail by Logan -Drug Co. and all druggists. wit. OUR MINING LAWS. The Politician* uiul the Conl Mln?r?-A Correspondent llut HI* To the Mtior of (f* 1*t*Mq*nerr. Sib:?1There was u partisan mine law made last winter by the Legislature to win the vote of the coal minere over to the Democratic party, and the Republican*, or most of them, voted witli thu Democrats in order to dofoat the trick. Thp Republicans no doubt would have made the movement had not the Democratic politicians got ahead of them. The law made last winter to pay for coal by weight, with a clause that it should not apply where an operator worked twenty or Iras miner*, wue a mere trick, for this clause defeats the law. This is apparent: This clause was cither enacted through knavery or ignorance. The real autlior and promoter o( this lattor clauso will perhaps never be known. \It would bo well to inquire into tho matter and perhaps the wolf in sheep's clothing will be found out It Is worse than idlo to talk about regulating tbe pay of laborers bv legislation. It has l>oen repeatedly at-1 tempted in revolutionary states of sooiety 1 .'illd always failed, sometimes with disastrous results. I do not say that the politicians who get up those laws aro knaves or fools, or influenced with corruption money, but thoy aro, to bo chnritablo, ignorant of the first principles of political ecott amy. ror u mu wu^uhui iiiuw ur iuo price of tilings cannot bp governed by express laws, tbo attempt can but disturb everything and produce disaster. If u coal operator pays threo cents a bushel for what is called merchantable coal, and af tor soiling gets say 76 busty; els out of n hundred, It is' the same' thing as il he pnid 2.f cents by weight, provided the coal is as carefully mined: but if ho paid 4 cents by weight, and gets only 70 bushels of merchantable coal ho would do a losing business and would have to shut down. Hence; ffie opposition to this law of tile operators, and hortco the coal miners themselves urn beginning to to ece the trick and the folly of each legislative interference. The coal of West Virginia was rapidly i supplying the market and driving' tho' Pennsylvania and Ohio coal from the tnnrkot. Hence the minors in Pennsylvania are interested in croating disturbances between tho coul minors and operators in West Virginia, for every bushel of West Virginia coal that goes1 to market is a bushel lost by the Pennsylvania operator. It may bo, as is genorally beliovod, that the Pennsylvania and Ohio operators had no little to do with tho legislation of last winter. How they operated, what sort of arguments they used, and through whoin they operated, will nevor bo known. Probably the best thing to do is to' protect tho coal miners Irom eviction and tne operators irom violence uuu ??y to both, "Settle this mutter urnonp! yourselves?no gatling guns, no muskets uml bayonets; Tho coal miners shall be protected in thoir right to hold tjSBr meetings when and whore they plcalisA, to striko when they please, and thero shall lie no eviction during a strike." If this is done reason would triumph and tilings wou14 be settled on a firm and jnst basis, tho laborer get a fuir reward and tho operator a living profit. -It,Will have to come to* this at last Lind. tuo sooner the better. *. Judge Vrixiklnrlilgu'i Mfe Iimunmco. Xcw York Prm. The day before Judge Breckinridge pied of heart disease at Detroit, during il. . T1 lai?im)i]c ho 1110 rreHUVlVlinu viuiraiiHnpEvuiu^i ... telegraphed to a leading New York life assurance company: "I am here. Mv premium ia due. Will it bo all right ft 1 pay it on my return to the city?' To which the telegraphed answer was: "Yes." The next day ho was doad. Yesterday the company paid the insurance on'Judge BreckmnJgo's'iMfr^$20,000. Do. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures cough and colds quicker than any other remedy, because it combines the lunghealing quality of the pine tree with other valuable medicines. Sold by-all dealers on a guaranteo of satisfaction.'' caw A Suggestion. There may bo persons In this community who are at times troubles with colic, or subject to attucks of bowel complaint If so. they should tiy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedv. It will afford almost immediate relief, and when reduced with water is pleasant to tuke. If taken as soon an the first indication of tho diseaso is felt itwill ward oil'the attack. Many people use it in this way, and find, that it neror fails them. A 36 or 50 cent bottle may bo obtained from 0. R. b'oeljo, W. W. Irwin, John Klari, C. Sclinepf, C. Menkemiller, W. S. McCul - ? " ??I-' i*r t? wm:. - long!!, Al. IV. neinnui, v?. ju. nuiuuu, S. L. Brlce. John Coleman and W. If, Williams, Wheeling. W. Va. Bowio' ft Co., Bridgeport, Ohio. B. i\ Pea body, Benwood, W. Vu. San Francisco is wrestling with the problem oi liquor licensed. The liceqsc is now $21 u quarter or $84 per annum. The fight is to raise, It to $160 per quarter or$l)00 per annum. Electric Hit tars. This remedy is becoming bo well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have usoS' Electric Bitters sing the same son? of praise. A purer medicine dooi not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is cliuinod. Electric liittera ivili cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove I'iuiples, Boils, .Salt Rheum uml other affections caused by impuro blood. Will drive Malaria from tho svstom and prevent as well as euro all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headacho, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitten. Kntire satisfaction gtinranteea or moony refunded. Price 00 fonts and $1 per bottlo, at Logan DrugCo.'e Drugstore. ,0 Mon would be very wise If they could only learn us much as their boys think tliey could teach them. CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! " Monicas' Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro* fesslon. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all that is chimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child- Book to " Mothhs " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonial]. Scntbycxpreuon receipt nf price fl.fiO par hottla BRAOFIEU) REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, 6a. . HOLD l:r ALL DHV0U18T* LOGAN DRUG CO., DT19-MW AND ALL SttUfKiJIXIL Good Morning! Yon Are Hoarse! Lightning Cough Drops pro' muMMm new in tho way ot a thrott ??4 Inn* baliun. ?i* rate, certain ind ; action, and am * Bute oare tor UBUUIVPsick, aaatw cum a ' jT , ' , Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills nrc ? guro cure tor sick Headache, Biliousness. Costlvenew, Piles nnd Inactivity of the Liver. 25 cjinta a Box. Sugar Couted. One pill a doso. Don't gripe or make jou skiL Lightning Hot Drops A panacea for eitrrnal ana Internal use. Far BhenraaHm, ffeonlpla, DlsJjtlierta, SoroTliro:il,Sl>rnln?, Urulsm. Umtnwu. Bnrn?, Orampe. Collo and all painful afleotlons. A ?urocu lor Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint ana flux, a and to cunt tu BOTTIiK. Keep Uiun la the Honioi they will oftoa Save Doctor BUI*. . fc'etli&'MHuf otter mine two-tuirds thoeontenta of a bottle of these medlctnea return Ihe riroainliig mtiMMnl to llio dealer from whom you bought It and he will refund the price paid for U? catlro bottle. For Salt bj all Orii|gl>t'i and Otiltrs In IMIdm. Prepared by HERB MEDICINE CO., - Weston, W. Va. I EiHSiiBfEisiTfi t?illr BB. ficH*Hicic?a Bfaart# DR. 8GHENCK'3 CHwiEn 1TANDABDF?R?VWH"F'~ BIBB BflftMap j&u&WEEU ruLmuWiu Mr*"*"""**"* """ the Stomach: (JoallreneM, Inflammation, ' IHirrhren,['Ilea, andDiseases of thoiiowel*; ' ?wrfafir/cn tV>nye*tlon,l]lHou?nMB,jAtmdlce,NatiBea, AtBminn Til?vaSs H-wUcho, Glddlnru, Kerrouenea, W?u! CYDgCQ 9 WlilV derlng Mm, Malatla, Liver Complain^ ? I fattfig and all DIwmh uri.InK from ad^M and ^ a . 81u?B<?h LUor. They clean the mucous U a Poeittro Cnro for cm?, rodticv gorged or congest#! c?odi- WJJJ Cora DYSPEPSIA COUCH^COLOS, An^.H ^fiMSXTCS' " t0-THROAT AhTLU^#. Kwrtroprgaiie. ItUllkewfte _ It Is pleasant to thfi taste, a CvrrobumtlTD or Strength- PURELY VEGETABLE, and does not contain a particto tnlng Modlrine, nnrt ni?y iv? erRI^TI V DCi in c I P of opium oraujfblug Mart* taken with benefit In all auea 5? I ntwTLT . nuLIAcLt, Oo?. IttotheneetCouahMoi of Debility. Tor Snip by all and ABSOLUTELY SAFEJcinol" U?e World. For8id? , i Dnigdata. Prtce.$L()Opert>ot- Uy all Draggfrtfi. Pries 91X0 . tJo.' l?r.'Sclt?tic>kV New Book For Silo by all DrmjgUta, Priol 25 cts. per bottle. Dr.Schonck'sBoclt im I/rtntfW. Iiitiimod Stomach per box; 3 boxes for to eta.; or lont by on Consumptlou audita Cure, nuileu AvK j^dWncs, mall, jwwtago free, oa rcccdpt of prfco. mailod free, .Addreo Pf.i.H.8t*?nck 4 Son, Phlla. Dr. J. Il.Schenclc ft Son, Philadelphia. Pa. Pf.J.H PC^wt* ? Xww.PMN. ' DRY ITCHING180AUK8 THAT CRAOKBD a airs onDDcn OPEN. i Lesdt,et, Stecbsn Co.. N. Y., April 11,1890. Foster, Mimtnm & Co., Buffalo, N, Y. v-?. _ Gektlejiek :?Whon about ten 6r twelve years t i ' old I ra troubled wltli cracks across tbo palm of -v' A' WsK 'it'-* W left band, and when thoy healod the trouble &'"?&EIhB!!F&; J broke out on my bead, and every winter it would como out as a sort of tetter acd mako scales all over :my bead. I bavo not been free from it a single ' w'ntcr 8,nc0; but It wos worso last winter after I bad /' 'I 8w ti>0 Rripne, for tben it came out in spots all over my ^StMhBEwE* body. I bad a doctor examine me, and bo told me that there was no euro for me. 1 got worse and worse. Scales would form over the sores and then dry out until they would crack &cd pop open, shewing a watery matter. My skin was all liko a dry wrapper. It felt as though it had dried on me. The scales were so bad that they would collect in tbo bed aud havo' to bo shaken Out It was about this time I tlm^Lcaimnwjced using fl. B. B. I waa so bod tbat I was ashamed to take my hat ou before a neighbor. I bad used five bottles of another medicine without noticing any Affect; but when I commenced to take B. B. B. tho sores camo out thicker than before, and thoy burned liko fire; they wero immense blotches of firo tbat would bum so I could not sleep, Tho way they burned and itched can not bj told, and I hope no ono clso may ever know from experlenca The only relief I could get was from washing tho sores with some B. B. B. I'ftiicktcrthomodiclnoand was on the fourth bottle before I could see that I was really better, although I knew that it was hotter to get such rottenness out of my blooa tlian to havo it stay there. I did say once that I wished I had nover I commenced taking B. B. B? but my wife encouraged me, and to-day I thank her for the advice, for I am in good health now, and I don't bellevo I ever would have boon with my blood in such a condition as it was. Mv scalp now is clean and clear of all scales and tetter, and on my body there ] i4r6'6m+ krmill spots to show whoro the sores were, and these spots are free from ; soalqs. -'TfiS not doubt but that tho euro will be perfect. I, ' ;"if jSSW'on tho sixth bottlmand will take more until every spot is gone. I I ' flrntl/otll^viS that Burdock Blood Bittern will cam the worst disorders ot the blood, for such certainly waa mine. Signed, L,TO,J 1,(77 m TmuiwHikWiri^niiMimaiy n. aan?bm for Infants and Children. Vl... t ' so weH adnntod to children that I Cwtorla cores Colic, Owtotlpatlon, known to ma" n. A. Anantn, M. D., I ration ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. | Without injuriou* medication. Tab Centaur Company, 77 Murray Btroet, N. Y. THE , Satisfaction. Guaranteed. 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