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first cists laundry in the rear of Winter's Block,
Sn Seventh Street, where I am prepared to do all
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LABOR RIOTS IN OHIO,
A Conflict Botweon the Striken
and tho Guard Ono of tho
The Governor, Appealed to for Help, Ro
spondB by Placing the Militia Un
der Marching Orders.
All Quiet at Last Accounts, But An Out
Break Looked For at Any
Columbus, 0., September 1. At mid
night Governor Hoadley arrlvod from
Cincinnati, and shortly alter reachlusj tho
Executive ofllce ho received tho follow
i"g telegram from Sheriff T. F. McCarty,
of Hocking County :
"The Hon. fnric ImU j, Oumrwir, C(tm.
All uieaun til my power aro cnllroly
exhauatml ti mprtviH illdonlor tui.l to pro.
uo.t Hfo uul proporty. "liio HtnkiTH mo
outtliitfall tititutrrnpii wlroi. I am worn out.
lUvti liium srouiif ilny niul iiiifht for two
iwiirthH. Pleii1 si'iirl milltiii iiiiintvliiitoly ami
awe furtlier hlooilxlul. 'I'lio jttil la threats
To tho above telegram tho Governor
replied as follows:
E P. Mofarty, Stxriffaf tockini ValUy Ctmntv,
' Telovram Jnut reoolvod. Tnwpa nro com
in(f. How nuiuy do yi)ii want to Kmri
Ignn ttiU? Can Rmid LnnoiiHtiT v)inpmiy to
Loffan, if thouKtit boMt, ahadof tho iohU
At 1:80 a. m. Sheriff MoCarty tele
graphed from Lojj;a i that bo had flvo
points in his county where the riot was
beyond hhi control, and that he waa un
able to get at them so as to fjlvo dellnito
Information as to what wa9 being dotio.
Tho Governor replied that 350 troops
were on their way, and moro wero under
marching orders, if itooded. Tho Lan
caster Company Is now at l,og:in guard
ing the jail. The Clrcleviilo and New
Lexington Companies have been taken
by special train to Lancaster, and all tho
rest of tho troops ordoretl out aro being
beid at Columbus. Tho Governor left on
a special train early this morning for
tho sceno of tho troubles to investigate
the matter for himself, and will then or
der troops if ho thinks it necessary.
Governor Hoadley Arrives.
Nklsonvilu?, 0., September 1. Gov
ernor Hoadley has arrived at tho scone
of tho miners' riot. State troops aro
quarterred at Logan, Lancaster, and Co
lumbus, ready to march at a moment's
notice. One company Is guarding the
jail at Logan, where one rioter named
Moody Is confined. When captured,
Moody's hat was found shot full of holes.
Wm. O'Jlara, the guard killed, was a
veteran of the war. When attacked ho
was heard to say: "For God's sako,
men, have mercy." But he instantly fell,
riddled with bullets. Until recently thirty
five of Flnkerton's men guarded Snako
Hollow, but they wero transferred aud
replaced by twenty-two civilians who
were sworn In and armod with brecch
loadlng shot-guns and revolvers.
Loo an, 0., September 1. Governor
Hoadley arrived here at 4 a. m. and was
met by Shoriff McCarty at tho depot.
Everything was quiet, and after holding
a short interview both retired with tho
understanding that tbey should meet at
10 a. m. McCarthy told the Governor
that he expected further trouble and
wanted the men on the ground. Tho
Governor said he had nine companies of
militia In waiting, but they could not be
ordered to move till this afternoon, bnt
in the meantime he would go down among
the strikers and endeavor to hold a oou
sultation with the leaders. Some one toid
Governor Iloadly that the trouble was in
a great degree a political affair. lie has
conducted not to move the troops until
he has investigated porsonally.
Varue and Unfounded Eumors.
Log ax, 0., Septcmbor 1 Noon.
Everything was quiet In the valley this
morning. No authentic report ol dam
age to person or property last night.
Rumors were current this morning that
fifteen men had been killed at Buchtcl,
but tl -y lack confirmation, and there is
probably nothing la the roport. Tele
graph communication is In good shape.
It Is learned that there was continued
firing early last night between the strikers
and the guards at Sand Run and Long
troth. It is not learned yet that any
body was Injured.
Columbus, 0., September 1. The
miners in Central region, along Sunday
Creek, went out to-day on a protest of
not getting the September advance. They
are expected to join the Hocking Valley
strike, being adjacent.
Brlckmakers' Strike Ended.
Chicago, III., September 1. Tho ex
tensive strike at tho brickyard which has
been in progress for several months, has
collapsed, only a fow of tho leaders
holding out. The yard started up this
morning with a full forco of 500 mon.
NOT IN THAT FIELD.
Cyrue William Field, Jr., Not Panting
for O-lory la tho B g-ton of the
Nw York, September 1. Cyras Wil
liam Field, Jr., 1 known among bis inti
mates as "Bay." A dispatch from Wash
ington yesterday stated that "Billy" hud
determined to furnish half the money
needed to fit out a new polar expedition.
At Cyras W. Field's house it was learnod
that "Billy" had gone to North Adams,
Mass., and the om1y member of the family
at home was Reuben Field, a lad of
nineteen or twenty. lie satdt
"Why, the story Is ridiculous
on lwfaoe; Billy hasn't got any money
tospeiii on arctic expeditions, and his
wife wonldnH let Mm it he had. Hie
general public seems to think that be
mm CattMC hers got money that we have
money too. I know tbat Billy has a
Mead among the arctic explorers who
has ottmoed over toe floes and tried his
level best to find the pole, but I assure
Kn there is net a particle of troth In
i story that he is going to start
a new expedition." At tho head
marten of tfce Mew York Yacht Club,
of waleh Cyras W. FleM, Jr., Is au ac
tive meanest, two of the officers saidi
u ea sajr we havaH ma money
tawMto-ttMtt. Jwte hawe
LM wtokretarr ts raaOe-tip oatf of
whole cloth. It may bo that tho Ameri
can Yacht Club is looklug for glory, but
our club Is certainly uot." At tho rooms
of tho American Yacht Club a solomu
vlsaged janitor luformed tho reporter
that tho members wore In tho habit of
keeping the Sabbath.
AN V N WILLI Nti riLVl'Klt'lUK.
Ho Shoot the Brother Who Ooea to Hi
AM A Deaporate Strujjirle.
Vkvav, Isu., September L At tho au
uuul celebration m Smith's Grove, near
Morolleld, this county, Saturday, a row
between Goorge and John Hlgglns ou ono
side, and James and John Coleman on
the other, resulted In tho shooting of
John Colomau and Georgo Illgglns. The
former's wound Is considered fatal, tho
latter not dangerous. Tho tight com
menced between James Colemau and
Georgo IHkkIus, and was taken up by the
brothers of oacu. Colemau flred four
times at lllgtftufl, two of tho shots taking
effect. After that they cllnchod and
during tho general melee Colemau shot
the lllih time, tho ball striking his brother
lu the teinitlo, producing a ghastly
wound. Hltfulns then knocked tho re
volver from his hands, aud gavo him au
unmerciful beating over tho bead with
a club, reducing his faco to a shapeless
mass of flesh and blood. Tho City Mar
shal aud several deputies suceeoded fin
ally lu dlsperalng tho mob. A valuable
horse was shot and killed during tho row,
The parties aro all under bond, aud their
trial Is set tor next Saturday.
A Libertine In the Toils.
1'koku, Iu, September 1. J. C. Ilil
llugham was arrested in Buffalo Satur
day. Soma weeks ago he circulated the
story that be had fallen heir to au estate
in Pennsylvania, and sent his wlfo there,
as he said, to look after it. As soon as
she was gone he commenced quietly dis
posing of his stock of toys and notions,
and the people were astonished to hear
that he and Miss Jeonio Ward, the
sovontocu-yuar-old daughter of a wngou
manufacturer, had eloped, go
ing In tho direction of Chicago. Ho
added Insult to Injury y telegraphing to
tho unhappy parents of Mian Jeunlo that
they wero woll and happy, lie also wrote
u Idle to a persou lu this place In which
he stated that he was Dot really married
to the woman whom ho paused off for
his wife, but did Dot Intimate any In
tention of marrying Jennlo. The youug
girl previous to this occurrence bad beeu
lillllngham has always been considered
a man ol loose conduct. Ho was uot a
promlueut merchaut of Peoria as has
beon telegraphed from here, but lu a
small buatucss. Ever slnco the night of
tho elopement tho police of Peorta havo
boon uKn his trail and Friday night wero
able to loaato him In a hotel at Buffalo,
N.Y., where be was stopping with his
paramour. Saturday morning a requisi
tion was made out for him by tho State's
Attorney. Ho will probably be returned
to-day. Tho warrant is for seduction
and Is lssuod at tho Instance of Mr.
Ward, the girl's father. So far as is now
known there aro no pecuniary features In
tho caso, as Bllllngtiam's debts, it any,
The woman who has passed as Billing
ham's 1fo, in this city, luia been writlon
to aud will bo here In a day or two. ho
claims that she is his legal wife. Tho
feeling in 1'corla Is very strong and bitter
against lillllngham, ono paper going so
far as to advocate tbat be be treated to a
coat of tar and feathers.
Jealousy and Attempted Murder.
Muskkoon, Mich., September 1. On
Sunday a man named Thomas C. Mills
called at tho bouse of Mrs. Brewer, of
this city, and asked to see Miss Carrlo
White, a yonng lady who was spending
tho day there. lie desired to see ber
alone for a few moments. Ills roquost
was granted. During the intorvlow which
followed four shots were heard. Tho
door was opened just as another shot
was fired. Of the four shots ono took
effect in the woman's left side near the
shoulder. Mills gave himself up aud Is
now In custody. Miss White, though
very low, may recover. Jealousy was
Beer as a Slayer.
New York, September 1. During a
freo fight yesterday on board tho barge
W. II. Morton, which was conveying tho
employes of tho Empire Steam Laundry
Company on their annual excursion to
Staten Island, Frederick Kopf, who was In
charge of one of the bars, was struck on
the head by a beer glass and almost in
stantly killed. A number of persons were
arrested, but there being no evidenco
against them, thoy wero released.
Ban On the Bocks.
Ciieuoyoan, Mich., September 1.
The Propoller J. L. Ilurd.loaded with bulk
oats and merchandise, bound for Lake
Superior, ran on the rocks at Detour
early this morning, and filled with water.
The passengers were transferred to Sault
Sto. Mario on tho Van IUalte. Tho
cargo Is badly damaged. The tug Levia
than, with pumps, has been dispatched
to her assistance.
A Horrible Pate.
Wheeling;, W. Va., September 1.
' Reward Fry, seventeen years old, fell
1 over an embankment in this cltv vestcr-
day Immediately In front of a passing
train on tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Ills body was cut In two and horribly
mangled. Tho remains lay on the track
for soveral hours, and the dogs began to
feed on It before It was discovered.
The Battle of Ttp-a-Oanoe.
Nasiivillk, Tknn., September 1.
Sandy Harris and John Webb, colored,
and Johnson and son, white, rival fisher
men on tho Cumberland River, had a bat
tle In their canoes yesterday. Both par
ties were armed with shotguns. Harris
and Webb wero seriously wounded, and
tho two Johnsons were literally riddled
The Yeaso Afloat.
Key West, Fla., September l.Tho
British steamer Yesso, Captain Little
bolls, which went ashore near Marquesas
f esterday, Is now afloat. The Yesso is
bound from New Orleans tor Bordoaux.
Deaf Kate OoavesUioo.
Pnto, Ikd., September L A Conven
tion of Deaf Motes of the West is In pro
tress on the Fair Grounds here. Revs,
lohn Chambartln, of Haw York, and A.
(V. Mann, of Cleveland, are the principal
rhritors from abroad.
Dcbcqoh, Lu, September 1. The In-
lertats Fafrofoned this morn tag wtth
MwimbCTrtt4feeMtM from fowa,
FILLING THE PERSPECTIVE,
Bon Butlor'a Dig Boom Obscuring
tha VIow of All Other
Tho Doughty General thollnuored GuobI
of tho Labor Loiulurs olDotroit-
His Immodiato Futurt.
General Frank James and the Miasoir.
Republican State Central
Old Not Withdraw the Invitation.
New York, Keptuuibor 1. There was
a great deal of warm talk at tho
mccllug of thi Central Labor Uuloti
on Saturday night about tho at
tempt to turn the parade Into a vast
IHitler demonstration, but tho meeting
did not withdraw tho invitation asking
General Butlor to review the parade
from the stand lu Uulou Square.
A geueral invitation was exteneed to tho
leaders of tho Nationalists and Socialists,
and Greenback -antl-uiouopollsts. Anur
guut request was made that tho organl
zatious which threatened to withdraw
unless Butler's lovltatlon was revoked,
should reconsider tbelr determination,
because such au action was liable to dam
age freo dlMCusnion and a settlement of
diHMited quuaUons purotyou their merits.
Plans of tho new workiogmun's hall
have beou comjtioeod, and a full circular
description of It will bo at onco sunt to
the different trades unions.
Fifty per cent, of the gross receipts of
a picnlu to be glvcu SopUnuhor 15th, will
he dovotedto tho building of tho founda
tion. Busier v Dotrott.
Drthoit, Mich., September 1. Aftor
comploting preparations for tho Hutlor
demonstration In this city to-night, a
largo delegation of Grooubaekors and
labor loaders started for Khsox Center
by tho noon train to Intercept Butler,
Who arrives at DettolL at 3:10 this after
noon. Tho programme for tho day In
cludes an escort from tho depot to tho
Michigan Exchange Hotel, where a formal
reception will bo held. Shortly after sovou
o'clock a procession, composed of mom-
Eers of the different labor organizations of
ictrolt will form In front of tho hotel
and act as an escort for tho General to
tho Grand Circus l'ark, whore speeches
will be made by Governor Begole, lion.
Moses W. Field, W. 1). Fuller, Chairman
Of the State Central Greenback Commit
tee, and others. Richard F. Trovelllek,
h noted laborer reform locturor, will pro
side. Butler speaks to-morrow afternoon In
Grand Ripids, and to-morrow night lu
Butlr on Bla Grand Tour.
New YoitK, September 1. Goneral
Butler left the city last evening by tho
New York Central Railroad on an extend.
cd tour through tho Northwestern States.
Ho will reach Detroit to-day, and will
speak In tho evening. To-morrow ho
will speak at Grand Rapid:) and Musko
gou. At Chicago ho will address au
audlenco at tho lake front Wednesday
To Confer With Butler.
Bloominoton, III., Septombor 1.
Members of the Exocutlve Committee of
tho Greenback and Anti -Monopoly parties
have , been Instructed to meet at tho
Brlggs Houso, Chicago, on Wednesday
next, for tbo purpose of conferring with
General Butler rogardlng tho situation
A Republican Offloe- Holder Chairman
of a Demooratlo Primary.
Rich Hill, Mo., September 1. DIs
sentlons being tho order of tbo day, tho
Democrats of this township on Saturday
elected two sets of twenty delegates
each to tho County Convention, to . bo
hold at Butler tho nth Inst. Mr. Phil
brick, Chairman of tho Primary Conven
tion, is a disgruntled Republican who
has been nine years out of tho fourteen
years, which ho has loslded In this coun
try, a Republican olllce-boldor.
State Eleotlon in Arkansas.
Little Rock, Ark., Soptcmbcr 1.
Tbo State election Is In progress to
day. State officers and Legislature aro
to be chosen. Up to ton o'clock no ro
ports of disorder have been received.
Business is suspondod hero and at Hot
Springs. Tho Republicans aro making a
desperate effort to lessen tho Democratic
hold on tho Legislature. Tbo negro vote
Is badly split to tho detriment of tho Re
publicans. Prank James and the Republican Cen
Jefferson City, Mo., September 1.
Major Wm. II. Warner arrived hero this
morning. Ho will call tbo Republican
State Central Committee at nlno o'clock
to-morrow morning to take Into consid
eration the advisability of removing tho
State Convention from Moborly. Tho
general belief entertained ts that tho
committee will order the Convention to
bo held In this city, and no doubts are
cxpressod regarding Its removal.
Absolutoly Sure of Suooess.
Minneapolis, Minn., September 1.
Cyrus W. Field left hero this morning on
route to Manitoba. In a long Interview
ho said his journey from New York had
toovinced him that the Republican ticket
tvas absolutoly sure of success.
Chicago, III., September L It Is an
louncod that an Important conference
between Prohibition leaders will be held
it Lake Bluff CamfMnootlng Gvounda to
morrow night. Candidate fit-John and
Daniel will be present.
ONE OF THE 8EVXX SLKKPEBS.
Xe Snores Beswnaty While His Pris
ons Walk Away.
Pobtland, Orb., Soptembsjr I, Sat
trday four prisoners con flood In tho
(ountyJali a t Jacksonville, Ore effected
beir escape. It appears that wfcllo the
aOet wm asleep trusted empiofe ob
slued the kssci, wtaoa hssng war Dm
Jail was opened, also tho olitor'dnor.Vnd
four of tho worst prisoners walked out
unmolestod. Their names aro James
llusset, a notorious stage robber, and
J. M. Cttlp and .loo Justus, both held for
murder lu the first degree, The fourth
prisoner was held for burglary. A few
hours after the prisoners escaped tho
discovery was made. Justus was over
taken and recaptured. Tho other tbrco
uro still at large.
H HASIC II AM. lutsvrriKs.
ro of Ouroea Flayed on Saturday
i Ausruat 80.
Toledo, (). Saturday morning i To
loilos.C; St. il.ouls, 1 Saturday after
noon: Toledos, i St. Louis, I. St.
Louis left the Held at tho olghth Innings,
and gnmo given to Toledos U to 0.
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis Unions, 4)
Columbus, O. Columbus, l) Clnclu
llostou, Mass. Bostons, II j Wlliulng
tons, 0 Chicago, Cj llostons, S.
Ililladetphla, lu. Philadelphia.'!, fi;
Providence, R. I. Providences, C; l)u
Indianapolis, Incl. Loillsvllles, C; In
Now York llrooklyns, !l; Athletics,. 2.
....Now Yorks, !(j Olovoland.H, 2.
Ciuclunntl, O. Cincinnati Unions, 15;
Kansas lit ys, 9.
Ihiltlmoro, Md. UaltlmoroH, 5; Vir
Indianapolis, Ind. Indlamipolls, 2;
St. Louts, 1.
Cincinnati, 0. Clncluuatls, 4 j Kansas
Hannibal, Mo. Kuokuks, tl; Haiuil
How They Stand.
Tho following tables show tho-standlng
of tho various Association and League
Clubs up to aud Including Saturday,
I'rovlileiieo (It l
IIohIoii f)S S
Now York Ml 117
lltillalo 4ti m i
Cleveland HI M
Detroit 31 m
St. I,oulS (H
Kansas City II
Ht. Louis Wl
Cliioiiiinitis . Ml
lliitttinoroa ,-,,, ,t-
liidliinuiolis . ...23
Prank Moody Weakens.
Logan, 0., September 1. Govornor
Hoadley held consultation with leading
clll.ens of Logan this morning. Ho says
bo has formed no dellnito conclusion
from tho talk bo has bad, but will make
tlio circuit of the mines to-day and try
to see tho leaders on both sides. Frank
Moody, In jail hero for participation lu
tho riot of Saturday night, and for shoot
ing Wm. Haro, ono of tho guards, mado a
full coufosslon this morning, In which ho
has given tho names of five or six loaikirs
In tho attack of Saturday night. Tho
presence of tho militia about the jail
seems to have bad effect to makohlm
Pire at Mexico, Mo.
Mexico, Mo., Soptomber 1. This
morning about one o'clock fire broke out
In a frame bulkling In tbo block adjoin
ing the public square on tho southwest,
and six buildings were consumod, In
cluding the largo residence of John J.
Steele. At ono time it wus thought tho
whole block would bum owing to tho
scarcity of water. Tho (Ire was tho work
of an Incendiary; loss, 8(1,000; partially
Insured. Several persons woro Injured
by falling timbers. John J. Steelo aud
Lewis Philip wero tho heaviest losers.
Neffro Hiirhw lymon.
Alton, III., Septombor l.--John
llurkoman was hold up by highwaymen
about ten o'clock last night at Seven
teenth and Liberty streets and relieved
of a gold watch and chain aud his pockot
book. About anhour aftorward ayoung
German was stopped near tho same place
by two men who dema tded his money.
Ho ran and they fired at him but failed to
hit hltn. Negroes wero tho attacking
parties in both casos.
Penaion Frauds, Counterfeiting; and
Jefferson City, Mo., Soptcmbor L
The regular term of tho United States
District Court commenced hero to-day.
Tho criminal docket consists of pension
frauds, counterfeiting, Fost-ofUco crook
edness and tho usual number of cases
ogalnst parties In Southwest Missouri
for stealing government timber.
A 91,300,000 Brlda-e.
Minneapolis, Minn., September l.-
The Manitoba Road ran Its first train
over tho new stone bridge this morning.
Tho bridge Is the longest of the kind Id
tbo United States, and has cost nearly
A Marrow Bsoape.
Alexandria, VA.,Scptcmber 1. A pas
senger train on the Virginia Midland Rail
way last night was thrown from the
track, the bolts having been removed
from the rails by some miscreant. No
body was hurt.
Clkvhland, 0., September l.Tho
Cleveland Non-explosive Lamp Company,
a leading manufacturing firm, assigned
this morning; liabilities unknown. Wm;
Walton, the assegnes, is required to
glvo 9 W,0o(Mouda. ,
Watbsloo. 111.. September 1. The
osi by yesterday's firs In tha Mammoth
i KeMK 4k Bros., la worn
a DOM vQSJfcSJTBJ
For tlic Cure ol Coughs, Coldi,
1 loarseness, Prone liitis.C'roup, Inflii-
cna, Aitliina,Vlioot)ing Cough, In-i
njucnt Consumption and for the rc-
liffcif onsutnptive ncrnona in au vari
ed stages ol the Disease. I'orbalc
by all Druggists. Price, s Cents.
AND DLOOD DISEA8E8.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Klilunjr.Wort la tlm mwrt inioooMfiU murty
I tvor itwil." Dr. J. o. llallou, Uoukton, VU
" K hlnny.Wort U alway rollahle."
Dr. 11. K. Clark. Bo. IKfo, V.
" Klitiiry. Wort linanim d lay uaadar two years
uUbrtnif ." Dr. 0. M. HumiuorUu, Sua U1U, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
It Iim nurod wlii.ro Ml nl had railwl. It la mild,
butomolaiit, 4 F.IUA1N IN ITS ACTION, but
harmlMui In all awn.
I ritnl. hm"- the lllnnfl and Strt nfthrna and
lvc Now l.ir to all Ui lmporUnt ornana of
Uio IxHly. Tho natural aotlim of tlia Klilimya la
mnlnniil, Tlio Llvor la nlmriwiil of allfluuiana,
and Uio Buwela movo Irwily and hultiinilljr.
In UiIm way tin wont dlatwaoa are eradloaUHl
truiu tho ayatoiu. g
ruii t, ii.oo MgriK on onr, solo it Bsrauum
Dry oan ho aunt by mall.
WF.I.I.A, ItlniAKUHO.t 0.nnrllnta Vt.
W CELEBRATED If
Tho rnputnlloD (if Hoimtli-r'a Hloinitrh Illttors as
a prnvcntntlvn of cnldriinlcH, a aluniaclilc, an In
tluiiriiut, a ki miial rimlorntlvti, ntul a inr.lflc for
lev, r ami nunc, liulUrntlim, liillloiia airur.tlona,
rhiMimatlain, ncivmiH ilidi ltty, ciinntMiitmnal weak
iii'hk, uptahllnhiMl apnii the lounil Imala of moro
than twenty ynnm rxnurk'r.cu, anil tan no mora he
rlliiki'ti liy, llui clnpirnp mmlriiiiiH nl ntirclcntlflo
prutiMidi'm than thn rvi'rlHHttiiK hllla lir tho winds
that rimllu tlirnuph llinlr (IcIIIhh.
1'oraiile by all liruKulft" and DurIlth generally.
THE UtST HtMtUr IN 1HE WORLD FOR THE CURE
Or ALL DISEASES Peculiar TO FEMALES.
It lnaKircllefortlieeiiri'cf Falling of the
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or Hiiiin"(H('a Mi'iisli mil Inn, i'loodltiK. Faint
Iiik Si'tisnlioim, Mini all tlio varied trouble nt
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and S'l'HKNti'l'Jt to the L'tkuink FuritTiONH.
piemen heallliy actliirt, ami restorliiR them to
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tatl, MAY III', T.VKKN AT ANY TIMS, and IS
truly a "Mother's Friend." (For further ad
vleo read Alcnt'il h AIiuhiiiio.) Kull directions
witlieiii'li Iml He. I'rlci'tJI.uo. Prepared bv
t JACOB 8. MEItRELL, St. Lonia, Alo.
r oiu by ail Prugulistsiuid Ueuieraiu Medicine.
If you feci .. dull, drowsy,
have frequent headache,
mouth tastes, bad, poor appe
tite, tongue coated, , you arc
trouliled with torpid liver or
" biliousness'.".". Why will you
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said to be just as good. For
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