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FROM ALL OVER MICHIGAN Grand Rapids Man Shot In tiuate- W main, News hns been received that W. fSod frej Hunter, Jr., non of the American minister to Guatemala, has shot 'and killed William Vltzcerald. of (Jrand Haplds, M Ifh. Hunter's father claim diplomatic Imnuinlty from arrext for his son and has refused to surrender him to the authorities. Mueh excite ment prevailed around the legation af ter the shouting. Consul General Mc Nally nt Guatemala City advised th department of state at Washington of the tragedy. His dispatch indicated that the secretary of the legation wan also Implicated In the affair. The shooting of Fitzgerald was the cul mination of a series of troubles that have marked the career of the Hunters In Central America. Young Fitzgerald was 20 years old, the eldest of six sons ami went to Guatemala about eight years ago. While there he became at tached to the Guatemala government service and two years later was ap pointed consul at Champcrlco by Pres ident McKInley. JIt. resigned this of llce after serving one year, and en tered the service of the president of Guatemala, one of his chief duties be ing to entertain foreign visitors. was of an adventurous disposition am Vjrvy, but never quarrelsome. Ills fl&lier stated that ho was as much in the dark concerning the shooting of his son as his many Grand Iiapld friends. r.cho of the Sutton Trial. The investigation by the Ingham county authorities into the rumors that the Jury that tried Ell 11. Sutton was corrupted, which has been under wav lu Lansing, for several weeks, bore fruit in a warrant being issued for ex State Senator John Ilolbrook, of Ioni sing, charging him with attempting to corrupt the jurors. Ilolbrook Is at present In Cartersvllle, Mo., where In Is Interested in a zinc mine. Tele grams Mere sent to othYers there re questing them to locate and arrest Hoi brook and hold him pending the ar rival of local" oflicers with requisition papers. Word was received that Hoi brook had been located and Prosecut ing Attorney Tuttle Immediately made application to Gov. llllss for requisi tion papers. Ilolbrook has been a prominent He publican politician In this section at the state for many years, lie served In the state senate from 1SS; to IV.) and was state oil Inspector under Gov Luce. During Gov. Filigree's foul years In oiliec he was deputy labor etC.-iinissioncr. He went to Missouri about one year ago. Humor has pi r sistently connected Holbrook's iianu with jury bribing since the investiga Hon commenced, but the authorities have refused to disclose what their in qulry had developed. To Nevir York In ino.t. The next meeting of the National Grange will be held at some city In New York In the year li):t. The mat ter of location came up In the grange Wednesday at Lansing and New York was practically the unanimous choice. Formerly the grange used to designate the city In which the meeting would be held, but it was discovered that bet ter accommodations generally could be secured If the location was not so def inite. Hon. J. .1, Woodman, of Paw Paw, who served fcr eight years as master of the National Grange, and for nearly ten years ns a member of the executive committee, was retired to day by the election of F. P. Derthlck, of Ohio, to a position on the commit tee. No other ollicers are to be elect ed this year, but there is some discus sion of possible candidates for 15)0.?. George P. Horton, of Michigan, is a prominent candidate for master. The masters of the state granges have been making reports of the con dition of the order. Master Horton, of .Michigan, reports an increase of about B.0O0 in the membership in this state. . S. S. A. i OHloer. At Wednesday's session of the Stat" Sunday School assoeiation at Lansing. II. H. Simpson, treasurer, reported that the receipts of the year were $1. 7'.) SO, and the cash balance $PJ2 '. The resources, principally from pledges, amount to 77. and the liabilities aggregate $L'J:?: 7.". The re port of the nominating committee, which was adopted, named the follow ing ollicers for the ensuing year: Pres ident, L L. Wright, of Hancock; vice presidents, F. C. P.erger. Grand Hapid: W. A. Powell. Marshall: Kev. D. F. Panics. Charlotte; L. W. Sutherland. Oxford; recording secretary. Mrs. J. K Holies, Detroit; superintendent of pri mary departments. Mrs. (!. L. Fox. Grand KaphN: superintend Mt f home department, William Strong. Kalama zoo: superintendent of normal depart incur, H. 1J. Pattcnglll. Lansing; mem hers of executive committee, C. A. Stringer. Detroit; Ucv. S. T. Morris. Grand Hapids; J. W. Miliiken. Trav erse City; Ionard Laurence. Detroit: J. L llollfu. Detroit; F. L. Hutching. Fennville; George C. Higbie, Mar quette. The vtate Sunday school conversion closed at Lansing Thursday. A t)ta of $l.r!0 in pledge was secured. Circuit Judge Fred J. Kussell. o' Muskegon, ha returned from a limit ing trip to the northern peninsula in company with several Hart business men. A total of seventeen deer wen - shot. Including one three legged one. A bear was also captured. The remains of George Meyers, or Cheshire, were brought home fr.on Trout Lake, where lie was shot by Jack Galhr.tlth, of Lie-ol.i, who was his party from this section, and mis took him for a dei r. The dead man was a member of the cavalry company which captured "Jeff" Davis. John Sawyer's hogs had a costly meal near P.righton the other day. While he was feeding the swine Saw yer dropped Id pocket book In the pi n. When lie noticed hi ln he rushed back, only to find the boss p!g trying to finish the metal clasp. The pocket book and Its contents, $PH In green backs, was chewed to a pulp. V ' Sheep Thieves Nabbed. Sheriff W. F. Shepherd, of Adrian, made two arrests Monday which will cause more universal satisfaction, it la anticipated, to the farmers of various counties in southern Michigan and northern Ohio than any round-up for several years past. In the persons of James Gaskell, of Medina township. Lenawee county, and Kdward Capp, of Toledo, the authorities believe they have the parties who for the last ten years have robbed the farmers In sev eral counties of hundreds of head of sheep and cattle. The sheriff has been working on the case ever since the re port of the last stealing, which oc curred last Thursday, and rounded up his men this morning In Toledo. On the day mentioned William llayward, of Seneca, arose In the morning and discovered that several of his prize herd of sheep had disappeared during the night. He also discovered a wagon track which displayed one wob bly wheel leading out of Ids yard. This track was followed nine miles and led to the home of Gaskell. Deputy Sheriff Stephenson visited Gaskell' barn that night and discovered the pelts of 23 sheep, lie remained to watch the barn and was repaid about 2 o'clock In the morning by the appearance of a wob-bly-whee'ed wagon and a load of sheep. Sheriff Shepherd took up the search and found that Gaskell had been ship ping large numbers of sheep to Kd ward Capp, a Toledo butcher. Capp was watched and It Is ela lined suf ficient evidence was obtained to con nect both with at least three or four of the more recent robbirles. Who Is lief The Identity of the stranger who committed suicide at the Milwaukee house, Muskegon, some time Sunday night by taking laudanum and whose body was not found until Monday, re mains unsolved. It has been learned that the man purchased the poison at W. A. Sibley's drug store Sunday af ternoon, lie then went to the Milwau kee house, where he engaged a room and went to bed. Pecause he e-ould not be roused his room was entered and he was found dead. The body Is that of a man about years of age, " feet S Inches tall and ISO pounds weight. He had brown wavy hair and a reddish mustache. He wore a dark blue suit of clothes and a derby hat. A live-cent piece was all his pockets con tained. statu m:vs ix ium:i The Flint Cereal Co. Is building a pure food factory. Crown Prince Frederick of Saxony accidentally fractured his leg while hunting near Salzberg. L'xeavatlons in the vicinity of Far well have shown Indications of coal, ami test borings will be made at once,. George Chili's, a butcher from Al mont, working In a meat market at Dryden, has been taken violently In sane. John Migrant, 40 years of age, was found dead In Daniel Sweet's barn yard, at Charlotte, where he had fallen in a lit. George L. Frank dropped dead at his home in Yochvilie township. He wa about so years old. Heart trouble was the cause. Clarence F. Dunn, a Heed City cigar make r, dropped dead while working a the bench. He leaes a widow and four children. N. S. Phelps, of the Malta-Vita Oo., Pattle Creek, says the rumored $25. oimujoO combination of food companies is a "pipe dream." Michael Jeffers will erect a $30,000 building In Saginaw for the Smart V Fox Who'evale Grocery Co. and the Saginaw Valley Drug Co. Ira T. Sayre, state tax e-ommlssloner; Ira and J. P.. Preach and Fred Otta wa y, of Flushing, are sinking a coal haft on tie Pa ton farm near . that village. Grandmother Jeannotte Miller, of Iosco, Livingston county. Is In jail charged with adultery. John' Welch, from t lie same place, is the other part' to the case. The CleTque people will establish a copper nickel co;iericr plant at tin Canadian Soo, supp'ying nickel matter lor a white nutat works to be located on the Ann riean side. The annual meeting of the Michigan State' Horticultural Society will be held at Hart Dev. 2 and :i. the program In cluding papers on many topics of 1:: icivst to fruit growers. The ot'.iccrs elo not now believe that Mrs. Geo. Sliveier was implh-a teI In ilie killing of Sylvester Steven, who vas p'M:nd"d to death in the woman's house' near Slia f tshur hv Calvin LI ier.1. For some time all '' the mads in i Je'iie'see eountv have he-en named nf :e r the fashion of city Mn-ets, anil now Ign aie be ing put vi at e've-ry cross road so that travelers may easily find their way. Llmer Cook, aged 11. nn F.nglish bid. who came to this e-ountry b earn no:u y to he-Iii support relatives in tin del c.mrtry. was kilh-d at the South Ke arsarge" bra lie h of the Usceeda mine, Thursday. A good tlow of thick black oil was struck at a eie pth of pr, fr(q on prop yl ty e.r .fame-; Alle-n. Tjeq ,jrth Web-Ue-r sire.-t. S:g!naw. by a e-re-w e.f men who have been sinking tevt wells fur Arthur P.arnanl. Gov. P.I'vh li.i.x I-suid piroh to I'os sie SteIdard. sent from Sii;inaw to the De-troit house ,,r eorre-e t Ion fer one oar. for lare Miy. ai,.l Charles Chal h r.le r. m nt I'r mi Ih rrlen minify to l.n-1 -n i I'ison for seve n ye-ar for bur 'hiy. Challe ndi r hael but live month yet t serve. A !!,' howl of Indk'n.itle.n has gone up o i r tlo a t'on of tli- p. (,f M. grael u ate m i" -tge-r iii transferring tlio Mlfli 1 hi .Miri e-o.i game, seiieduled for Thanksivlng day. I'roni Detroit to Ann Aibor on the ground that there are ineire se-at at tie latter place. Efforts are being made to hae the action re-scineled. La 11a h Rookh Temple. D. O. K. K., Initiated a large elan Thursday night Imperial Prince John II. Holmes came from St. Iouls, Mo., purposely to par ticipate, and was the star of the occa sion. The? return of the canvassing board show that Gov. Uliss carried St. Clair county, the Avery stronghold, by only ."00 majority, while secretary of stato received 1,1 S2. Congressman McMor ran received 1,07:1. In an effort to keep Sylvester Ste vens away from a cider barrel. It Is al leged, Calvin Leonarel beat Stevens over the luwel with a stick of wood. In flicting Injuries from which Stevens uie-el Tuesday, at Owosso Two more families In Chelsea, those of Albert Taylor and Mr. Muller. were maele very ill from cheese poisoning. It was purchased frenn elifferent dealers here. The eleah-rs have discontinued selling that klnel of cheese. Thos. II. Scott, the Sylvester school teacher acer.soel of wholesale debauch e'ry of teae hers a net pupils, was Thurs day morning convicted In the circuit court of administering drugs to two of his victims for criminal purposes. State Oil Inspector Judson reports collections fer the epiarter ending Sept. MO. of $s.t;:;o.r,s. om of this the salarU-j ami expeiise-s of the inspector and hi eh'puth's were paid and a balance of i?i2t turned Into the state treasury. Fast Saginaw lodge. No. 21, Saginaw loelgo No. 25, and South Saginaw lodge, No. 2. A. O. U. W., are preparing to cedebrate the twenty-llfth anniversary f the order. The helge'S received their barters within three days of each other In 1S77. Alexander McDonald, the man who broke Jail here five years ago anel af terward fell heir to a fortune, was sen te-nce'el Monday to one year at Jack son. Alexander was brought In last week from Pittsburg, where he gave himself up to the oflicers. Michigan pensions were granted Wednesday as follows: Original War with Spain Frank A. Lewis, North ville, $:to. Increase' Itcnjamin F. Yaw. Gallon. $lo; Lcander 11. Pryor, Hastings. $10. Widows Lydla M. Iowis, Caledonia, $S; Nancy Punker, LeslK $12. Commene-ing Dec. 2, and running through the next two days, with two ewenlng sessiems, the annual meeting of the Michigan State Horticultural so ciety will be held at Hart. The nt te'iidance' of hortie-ulturists from Mich igan ami neighboring states promises to t o v ry large. An indignation meeting was held by about a hunelred football enthusiasts nt Oxford, after reading that the big game hael been transferred from Detroit to Ann Arbor. This party hael chartereel two speelal cars to attend the game in Detroit, but are now so sore that the y voted not to go at all. Fifty heael of Imported short horns be-longing to Maurice Douglass, form erly keeper of the W. A. Pedand stock farm, were auctioned nt Grey Town farm, in Grass Lak Some of them have been exhibited at fairs in the United States ami Canada, and the sale has attracted much attention. Jackson police have arrested John We-lch and Mrs. Jeanette Miller on a charge of adultery. Mrs. Miller lives in Iosco. Is 45 years ohl, the mother of eight chihlren. anil Is a grandmother. She eloped with Welch, who was work ing for her husband, a farmer. The body of George Myers, of Che shire township, was brought to Alle gan Thursday morning. A party of four were hunting eight miles north of Newberry when one of the party, Gal bralth. of Laeota. took him for a deer and shot him through the heart. Felna L. Ford, young and pretty, rnarrh'd I'obert Priggs, ngeel Sd, on the agreement that he would deeel her 50 acres of his farm at the city limits, (Jrand KapieN. This he did. A deed executed by Priggs 20 years ago, giv ing the property to his first wife, now dea el. has now turned up, and a law suit Is the result. Carman 1 still being cross-examined in the Nlehois e-ase at Granel Haven. The recorel of t lie Poston court were produceel as e'vldi'iie-e Thursday, show ing Carman's arre-st some years ago for frainl. This matter was. however, sat isfactorily settled. Garinan's cross-examination has not ye-t weakened the main points of his testimony. Judge Carpenter, of De troit, received his commission from Gov. Piiss this morning as a justice' of the Supreme' Court. He was Immediately sworn In anel took his place on the bench when the s-e'ssion openeel, sitting on the left of Chief Justice Hooker. There were no ceremonie's ineiehmt to the occasion, but it happe-ne'il that several Detroit lawyers hael cases on call, ami they took occasion to cemgratulate him. The counterfeiting outfit of the fa mous Johnson gang of Detroit, which has been store'd lu the vaults of the treasury de-pattnu-nt three years, and whieh was one' of thre-o most inter e'sting col!e-etiens that have been capture-el in maiiy years by se-cret service agents, has be-em taken by the treasury otlielal uiuler the' protection of armcet ruards to one ef the Iron works at Washington anil reduced to ingots lu the retort. John Watson, of StandMi. Is the la test aelelitieui to the list of dead hunter for the season of P.k2. nnd It look- as if he was eh-liheratedy murdered. He was staneling on a stump about three fee t above the gwuml In Long Itaphl township, whe-n his companion rmtlee'el another hunter raise hi gun. take' de liberate aim, ami fire at Wals tn. The bulle t struek him in th heael. causing instant eleath. The stranger then took to his he-els. ami fording the Thuiieler Pay river, elisappi'ared from view. The dead man was 27 ye-ars edel. Joseph Pe'e-k, the M-If-confe-FNCil mur elrnr of 10-year old Julia Weiznlak. on Se-pt. 2. ph'aeb'el guilty in the Circuit Court at Menominee Tueselay ami wa se'iite nce-il te life' imprisonment at hard labor and solitary confinement in the branch state prison nt Marquette. The prisoner showed no emotion elurlng the trial, wide h only took 20 minutes. The prisoner was taken on the 11:.t0 train to Maruette having been in Menom inee only two hour. He was brought from Iron Mountain, where he had been take n to prevent lynching. Mrs. Julia Dent Grant, widow of Gen. IT. S. Grant. Is furiously HI at her home In Washington THE BLOOD. Tbe blood is life. We derive from the blood life, power, beauty and rea ron, as tle doctors have been saying Trim time Immemorial. A healthy body, a fresh appesrance, and gener ally all the abilities we possess de pend on that source of life. It Is therefore the duty of every sensible man to keep the blood as pure and normal as possible. Nature, In its Infinite wisdom, has given us a ther mometer Indicating the state of the blood, which appeals to our reason by giving notice of Its impurity. Small eruptions of the skin, to which we scarcely pay any attention, headache, ringing noises In the ears, lassitude, sleeplessness, are generally a sign that the blood is not in Its normal state, but Is filled with noxious sub stances. These symptoms deserve our full attention. If more attention were paid to those symptoms, and, steps taken to remove them, then many Illnesses from which we suffer would become unknown and the hu man body would become stronger and healthier. Attention therefore should be paid to those warning signs, and the blood can be purified and poison-' ous substances removed from It by the use of Dr. August Koenlg's Hamburg Drops, discovered more than 60 years; 1 ago. , A Flowery Brief. A brief for the state in an early Nebraska case Indulges In the fol lowing prairie flowers of fancy: "Plaintiffs In error are afraid that the honor and dignity of the state will suffer, and they Invoke for the claimants broad principles of natural equity, and the claim that neither the laws governing courts nor the consti tution apply to them. The logical se quenco is this that persons who hold claims against the state are a favored class, who can alone make wings of 'Justice and right' to fly to that mys tic region above and beyond the tram mels of law, and where such unjust things as contracts and written con stitutions do not exist: but where for them a straight and narrow pathway leads to the treasury, whose doors without stint or delay, turn softly on golden hinges to admit them. Yet If I do not very much mistake this court, 'these wings will unfeather In their flight, and claimants against the state must fall to a common level with all other litigants, and stand up to the lack where Is fed that, good old fod der of 'Justice and right' as admin istered by our courts." Mrs. Hildebrandt's Discovery. Lake Sarah, Minn., Nov. 24th. Mrs. Hlldebrandt of this place claims to have discovered a complete cure for Rheumatism and numerous people can testify that as Mrs. Hlldebrandt had the terrible affliction and Is now a well woman, she appears to have good grounds for her claim. Mrs. Hlldebrandt speaks of her cure as fol lows: "I had the Rheumatism In my arms so bad that I could not sleep at night. I was Induced to try Dodd's Kidney Pills and before I had taken two boxes I was much better. When I had taken four boxes I was completely cured." It Is only fair to state that others have made the same discovery as Mrs. Hlldebrandt and that for Rheu matism and other diseases arising from the Kidneys, Dodd's Kidney Pills are recognized as the one sure and permanent cure. A husband hovered nt death's dejor so long his wife reinarkeel that she supposed ho was having his usual trouble finding tho keyhole. "Cure the cough and Rve the life." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures cough and colds, down to the very verge of con sumption. Ills Lorelshtp Will your father be at the tlnt-k? She Why. yes. dear. Some one must pay the elutirs on yoti. Mrs. Austin'- famous I'ancake flour In la town fn-sri uml U-liclous as e ver. Happiness may re.emM either n moun tain or a molehill. It dc-peiwls on the distance you are from It. If 3yrjp.of rios thc-lWst It is pure. It is gentle. It is pleasant. It 's efficacious. It is not expensive. It is gocxl for children. It is excellent for laelics. It is convenient for business men. It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. It is used by millions of families the world over. It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. If you tisc it you have the Ixst laxative the world produces. 1 ;l CUDSTITUTICN. Please listen to a short talk upon a most vitally Important subject one which is. greatly disturbing the busi ness world to-day. You have doubtless heard of the word "substitution." You have prob ably read that "substitution is fraud." Tack that saying firmly In your mind and keep It there. It is worth some thing. It is true almost Invariably. You call at a store and ask for an article of a certain brand or manufac ture, one which has been thoroughly advertised for years, and which has earned an excellent reputation. The dealer says "here's something Just as good for less money." That dealer thereby usually tells a direct false hood. He knows that the article which he offers you at a lower price Is Inferior, but the point is that It yields him a greater profit; hence his desire to substitute. You may ask if an article Is superior Just because it Is advertised. Yes, It Is, and here's why. The many well known houses which spend millions of dollars every year In the good pub lications of the country are managed by men of brains and wide business experience, and these men know only too well, that unless an article has merit there is absolutely no business sense In' spending good money to ad vertise It. It does not pay to adver tise any article of general use for a short time only. Every advertiser must wait some time before his adver tising has created the desired Impres sion and while he is waiting his goods mu6t have time to prove whether or not they are good. If they are good, they stick; If not, they do not, and if they were not gcod and did not stick, would this experienced business man continue to spend good money adver tising the goods throw good money after bad as it were? Never! He has too much business sense. The average article which you see advertised month after month in good publications is itself good. Buy an advertised article. It is the true safe way. . When you are buying ask for what you want and get what you ask for. Remember! "Substitution Is Fraud." Pearson's Magazine. VIOO Itewaril 100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at li'ast ono elreaded disease that science ha been uhlo to euro in all its stages, and that in Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Cure is tho only positive rure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh beln a constitu tional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying tbe foundation of tiiedisease.andjjlvlntrthe patient strength by building uo the constltutlein and assisting nature in eloini Its work. Tho pro prietors have io much faith in its curative powers that they offer t)ne Hundred Pollnrs for any case that it fails to curej. Send tor list of Testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a Sold by drujfjfists ;."c. Hall's Family l'ills arc the best Noble Mrth Is nn accident of for tune, noble actions characterize the great. Stops tho ePougfi anel Verkn OfT tho Colel Laxative liroiuoQuiuiue Tablets. Price 2.V, It is best to have knowledge with our zeal. Iter. L. 'Moore. Builds op the system; puts pure, rlca blood in the veins; makes men and women utronRund healthy. Burdock Blood Bitters. At any drug store. New York tailors who went on strike in lS.tR were fined for demanding higher wages. Mr. Wlnslow' Roothlnu Syrup.' For children teetlilnu, noftcn die mtim, n-Juces in fUummllun, allays paln.curci wind colic. 20c bottle. Hot water Is supplied from wells direct to houses and. ofllces in Holse. Idaho. JPITQ twrmneniiy rurc;l. So ntnor nrrnnnnn after lllw It rot dnr'fl of ir. Klln'a Ort-nt Ner Kenton er. Henri for HtKK 2,Oe trial txMle ami trrati-a. Du. It H. KUN1C. Ltd., 831 An h Street, hhiUwlelpkia, 1 Love I blind. That 1 why many Mvomon marry men to n-form them. TUTNAM FADELESS DYES cost but 10 cents per package. Rime people consider It acrilogloiis to peak .slightingly of money. Mrs. Austin'" Pancakes will help you to repaln th.it lost uppetite. At grocers. Why M f&nrvily laxative A PASTOR WHO SAVED Rev. TI. Stubenvoll, of Klkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran St. John's Church of that place, llev. btubenvoll is the possessor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of tiertnany. Upon the lly leaf of ono of the bibles the Emperor has written in his own handwriting a text. This honored pastor, in a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., of Colum bus, Ohio, says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, I'cruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time, and all despaired of me, 1 took Peruna and was cured. It gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It Increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and 1 feet well. It is the best medicine in the world. If everyone kept Peruna in the house it would save many from death every year."tl. STUBENVOLL. Thousands of people have catarrh who ! would be surprised to know it, because it has been calleel some other name than catarrh. The fact is catarrh is catarrli wherever located; and another fact which is of equally great importance, is that 1'eruna cures catarrh wherever located. OWNERS OF ANIMALS Will receive, free on application, a little pamphlet containing points irom a. HORSE DOCTOR'S DIARY by writing to Lyon Manufacturing Co., 45 South 5th St., Brooklyn, N. Y., giving name and address. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. Mimf THE GREAT vxvxxv -H00 BLOOD and NERVE TONIC A POSITIVE KIDNEY AND BLADDER CURE, in fact Never Fails in any Catarrhal Troubles, litis Preparation contains the following ingredients: Sarsaparilla. Prickly Ash. Yellow Dock, WA-HOO. Rhubarb. Wi d Cherr. Sassafras. Mmdraka anJ Dandelion. 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