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KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement am} tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with lees 'expenditure, by more promptly • adapting the world's best products to the Meeds of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure, liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presetting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing-Bad truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions an<t met with the approval ot the medicd, profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and H is perfectly free from •every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- Arista in 50c and$l bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup 'Go. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, yon will not accept any substitute if offered. MILITIA'FlricjKt A BOB, An Attempt to Lynch a Negrc Results In Bloodshed. KILL THREE PBKSONS OUTRIGHT CARROLL. Classified Business Directory. MILLINERY. MRS. M. 3HA.DLE, Fashionable Millinery. MISS ELLi TODD, Millinery and Kanoy Good! FINANCIAL. VIBST NATIONAL BANK, Cor. Main and Flftn Street*. .NORTHWESTERN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Flftb Street. PEED MILLS. I. J. A 3. R. MATLOCK, Fifth Street. HARNESS. ETC. L. T. ANDERSON, Harness and Hone Clothing, Trucks, Valises and Sewing Machines. A Oaten More Were Injured— Washing tot Oottrtlinune MIA Scene of the Conflict, Prlmine* Pleaded Guilty t« Order to B« Sent to the Penitentiary For Protection Helnforoeniemti Arrlvtt WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, O., Ont 18.— Although Jasper Dolby, colored pleaded guilty Wednesday to outraging Mrs. Mary C. Eoyd iu order to be rnaliKt off to the penitentiary for protection, ht did not get started in advance of the in dignant mobs. People were .swarming into town all day. The sheriff could not get from thu jail to the depot after the prisoner had beor sentenced. A little after 6 o'clock the first rush was made on the courthouse, A crowd of determined men attempted to break in the south door while anothei party charged on the militia at the north door. Some one threw a stone at Colonel Coit and he cried that at the next atone thrown he would order the men to fire The crowd at the other door were uuabU to effect an entrance. The courtyard b; this time was filled with people ano cries of. "Give us the nigger," and corset against the uiiiitia filled the air. Tin crowd grew in size every minute. Colonel Coit made a speech asking the crowd to disperse, but it was received with jean. The prisoner was prostrated from fear and lay crying and moaning Up to this time Dolby and his guards hai been kept prisoners in the ceurthonse b the mob and then they made an attack The militia repelled them without fiiin at first, but another onslaught was mad and the south door was forced open This door opens upon the street wnic was filled with men, women and cbil dren. The detachment of the gnat finally fired on the attacking party None of the latter were hurt, but a doze or more persons in the street were struck. Two were killed outright an four more w«r« fatally wounded, on having einos died. The Killed. SMITH WELCH, aged 18, son of a ppora nent grocer, shot through the head. JESSE JUDT, aged if, mechanic, aho through the heart. C. W. JOHNSON of Kyle's Station, Bu ler county, shot through the stomach. The Wonnded. William Sauer, aged 80, mechanic, 1 abdomen. Theodore Amman, 33, artisan, tWgh. WINES AND LIQUORS. VICTOR H. STKPPUHN, •The Diamond," Fourth Street PLUMBERS ANO STEAM FITTERS. BHBFKIELD & PATTERSON, " Wind Mills, Tanks and Pun IDS. THE M'OLELLAN STATUE PHILADELPHIA. General George B. McClellan via born in Philadelphia 67 yean ago, and It b consequently appropriate that Ms statue should bo erected in the QuakerCity. • Tlie gtatne is of bronze, and hone and man are half again as large as life, the statue were nosed by the admirers of the Hero of Antietam. The funds lot founded the house and lingers surrendered. He wus brought to this oity to prevent lynching. Wittrt Charged With Murder. WOODLAND, Cal., Oct. IK—The trial of 8. D. Ward, one of the five A. R. U, men under art-est for having wrecked a Southern Pacific train during the recent railroad strike, causing the death of Engineer Clark and four United States soldiers, has begun here. The charge is murder. A jury has not yet b«en secured. Snlolrtes dn Kin Wife'* UrmTe. BALTIMORE, Oct. 18.—E. Schwacker, ftt years of age, wholesale grocer and liquor merchant of Cincinnati, com- mited suicide at Mount Carmel cemetery on the grave of his first wife by (hooting himself. Upon the body waa found a letter to his second wife in Cincinnati, begging her forgiveness. Colonel Coekerlll Goes West. NEW YORK, Oct. W.— Colonel John A. Cockerill, who recently resigned the editorial conduct of the two Advertisers, left here for North Platte, Neb., where he will be the guest Cor the riext few weeks of Colonel William Cody en the letter's ranch. JOB PRINTING. DAILY SENT1NKL, Adding Street Beat Equipped Printing oillca In Western Iowa. Professional Cards.' . L. MARTIN, G. K. MARTIN. MARTIN & MARTIN, Will practise In state ^*> .federal courts. aad a^TPrompt attention given to collections. Notary lu olllce. : y OtHce la UaLagan Block. BEACH A HOYT LAWYERS. ft :i'tloe in stute und federal courts. OOka c.- Mi:u street, over Nlnwi>ui;er's dry voods store. GEO. W. KOKTE, LAWYER. Ollloo on first Hour (jornuin bank bullUlug. Will practice la utute aud federal courts. far*Bpeolul attention given toforoclosurominil Mttleioeotof «t»tates. W BOWKN ATTORNEY A i LAW F. M. DAVF.NPORT, A TTOBNK AT LAW. Lvynl business tiajw aoted In both state aad federal opurti. d«w — o — Ufce over Mark' a d-^/ yoo<l» ttare, Carroll The ART AMATEUR. T15.4) (The only Art eurlodloal awarded a Msdal ai tt *n»alu l »ble l ror r « ) il who wish to make their llv lug by art or to make tlielr honivt boautllul For IOC ri5iiui«Vui» pubTlwrtjou • »pe« 10 wen copy, with superb color (for copying or framing) and l»lM»entury piige* of donlfliii ( prloe thirty Hv« c«uu) 7U For26c_;i M ont*gu« Murks, W Dnlou Bnuaie, M CITY MEAT MARKET Niq fheoholo*.t MssU,suob »nd Vs»l «to.,osnbeh»d. Poultry Qaroe aud Flab, Dan Parrott, 80, farmer, cousin of the outraged woman, shot in the right foot. Frank Hiederhouse, 65, shot in left leg, will die. John Horn, badly shot in foot. Earnest Ellis, thumb shot off. Frank Smith, injuries unknown. John McHugh, boy, shot in foot and will likely die. It is believed many others are wounded and a diligent search is in progress to find them. . Upon the firing, the mob dispersed in all directions, bat soon gathered again. Immediately all places of business in the oity were shut up. Mayor Creraiier peremptorily closed all places where liquors were closed. Every street was filled with people. No time was lost in carrying away the dead and wounded. Business houses and the engine houiee were converted into hospitals. All the surgeons in the city were colled into service. Feeling A|f»lnxt Min Mllltla Bltt«s>. Mothers, sisters, wives ami sweethearts crowded urouud the deiu} und wounded and a Wort fire to the rage of the mob by their lamentations, Feeling against the uiiiitia was bitter, vicious and vehement. It prevadod all classes. AH time passed the mob grow in size and fury. All over the country by telephone, courier and electric wires the news had tped. All tho roads lending to the oity were filled with men on horseback, iii wagons and ou foot, hurrying with till possible apeed to the scene of bloodshed. Meanwhile in Washington Courthouse a i-ourch wan going on tor arum, urn mu- nition aad dynamite. Shouts were heard "Down with the militia;" "Blow up the doKo" mid "Along with tho blaok fiend." These shouts but feebly expressed the pent up iiassion of everybody, for everybody win in thu street and all wore uiumboivj of the mob o» far 01 personal feeling wai concerned, PUstd Guilty sutd Heuteneed. Dolby's crime wat committed one week ugo at Purrott'H StiUon. Mrs. Mary O, Boyd, aged M, was his victim. He was brought into court nt 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. He ploutl ymiiy and wus sentenced to W yotiru in tin \\< H- itentlory. An angry inot> gitilarud •bout the jail Tutwlay afternoon ulu i Dolby hud boon identified by hm victim and ShurtfT Cook uullud to hia iwaUt in • • the local militia company. This uutuj i luureuaod thu fury agtiinit Ujlby un 1 Governor MuKiuley was tipptuloJ to tor additional asuistimoe uud troopa from OoluuibuH was sent boru morning, Colonel Colt iu command. Tho irtbb stirrouudod thu jail ttud court- booM, Httemplug to take Dolby from thu whuii Uu wiu removed from the tliH cuiirtlioiUB for trUl, but th»y kept ut buy by (be uw ot bityouato and clubbed guiw. Heury Kirk, brothur- in.l»w of the liwiiulUitl woman, wa» then thrown down the stops of the courthouse and badly bruUied. Another man was bayouotwi through tba Auger, wliilo u bayonet wait truit through (ho olothos i>( another. Deputies with revolver* draw ,> guarded tliuir prisoner i* the oourtroo «i Dolby urioil likw a baby aud kept louki.i • around tar help, Soldiers were mavch .; iu to kuup thu orowil quiet. Attar u. ' aouteuuo thu prUouur was tukuu t»j in grand jury room. A mob gu'li iln> uuurthuutitf and it wtu iuii»i u |M'Uuuur through tot. him t" U'» K'Uiu. Thu ullli',,u'> .. pDWi»rlni-i in £.M. Dolby from th < (.• > Lotwo to tho 'jail or to thu buhi ... !; wirod tlw govoruor t.< « - in quint uud thure uru \r ti'!!! of further trutibls. AdaiHonal troops have arrived trono Cincinnati and Columbus. Dolby is still at ths courthouse strongly guarded. Bened the Crowd to Dtopena. CINCINNATI, Oct. W.—A special to The Commercial Gazette from tVathingtoo Courthouse says that after MM negro Dolby received his oenteno* Elmer Boyd, a son of the outraged woman, addrewed the crowd from the courthouse ttept, begging it to disperse, "beoasse," heiaid, "I do not want any valuable livet nett* ficed in an attempt to destroy a worth- lew life." The mob hooted him and h< went away. The special Mjr* Oolonel Coit, the military oommander, warned the mob if it broke in the door* ef the jail thB soldiers would Are. When th< door wai broken and the eoldienflred, •ome one shouted, "They are flrrog blank cartridge*." It wai tome time before the mob realized that deadly bullet* were coming at them and when they did they fled in all' directions. The Commercial Gazette says 23 persons were hit. BeoelTM Molllnley't Attention. CINCINNATI, Ocl. 18.—Governor Ms- Klnley arrived at midnight Wednesday righ from his meeting at Hamilton. He had I been directing Adjutant General Howe COLOMBIA RECONCILED. Strained Relations Between Her : and Uncle Sam Ended. WARSHIPS TO LEAVE BLUEFIELD8. Trlnl of the Maine. NEW YORK, Oct. IN.—The official trial of the United States battleship Maine, which took place on Loug Isiand Bound, promises good results, as the ship passed through it very creditably. LOUISVILLE BRIDGE SPAN FALLS, lllfateil Itrldge Ov«r the Ohio River the regarding the Washington Courthouw forces from different points along bit trip during the day., Adjutant General Richards and a large delegation met ths governor here and went on to Columbus. SYSTEMATICALLY PERSECUTED HIM. Columbia and Murbleheurt Ordered to Other Forts—Minister Terrell KM Sue- •Msfully CloMxt mi International Incident With Credit to Hlmnelf—Tnrktah OoveruuMint Yielded HI* Point. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—A sharp diplomatic disagreement between the United States of Colombia and the United States of America has just been brought to a close. The differences grew out of and has existed ever since President Harrison, in March, 1862, issued a retaliatory proclamation against Colombia, under the provisions of the McKinley act, because of the tatter's refusal to negotiate a reciprocity treaty with the United States, as has been done by other Central and South American countries. Senor Hnr- tado, the Colombian minister, protested against the. proclamation and after a I warm correspondence with Secretaries Elaine and John W. Foster, left Washington and has returned bat once since, that occasion being a call on Secretary Oresbam. For two years Colombia's protests have been before the state department. Now, however, the ne^r American tariff does away with reciprocity and retaliation, to that the retaliatory proclamation against Colombia is annulled. As a result the strained rela- That'a What •> Catholic Claims Omeemlng the Prle«t of Rl* Town. Sioux CITY, IH., Oct. 18.—Patrick , . Scanlon of Dnnbury has sued Rev. Tim-1 «°n» between the countries is ended, and othy H. B. Agner, paster of the Catholic | >t " thought 8?rm Hurtado witt again * . . " . * _ „ &..!__ »_* 1.!.. .. nn ;,£n»*iA in Ufnohinn-rstit church there, for $15,00(1 for slander. Scanlon was a banker there and claims that because he would not submit to the priest dictating to him to bis domestic and busineas affairs the latter began a systematic course of persecution of him. Scanlon .is a <5atholio, but says the priest circulated stories that he Was an A. P. A.; also that he accuses Scanlon of cruelty to his family and of forgery. The community is a strong Catholic oue, and the result wo* that Soaulon wna nearly rumed. Asks Meroj of tb» Court. NEWARK, N. J., Oct. 18 -Charles Crossley, the manufacturer of this city, who is accused of stealing $:4,<KKI from Wilson & Co. of New York, was arraigned and pluadod guilty, lie tlueu himself on thu murcy of the court. Son Thu t take up his residence in Washington. WARSHIPS TO LEAVE BLUEFIELP3. •ecratitry Herbert Si-nil* the Columbia start Harbtrhend to Oilier Porte. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.— Secretary Herbert, aftor consultation with the statq department, has decided at length to re- liove the United States naval vessels, whioh have boeii so long at Bluuflelda, Nicaragua. He has st'iit orders to Captain Suinner of the Columbia to proceed with his vessel to Kingslon, Jarnai- ca. The couiuianiior ot the Murbltihead WHB ordered to proceed with his ship to Cavthogeula, Colombia, if the state of affaire at Blnoflolds would warrant tho complete withdrawal of both warships. Tho reason for sending the Marbleuead to Carthrig.-inii is probably to guard against any injury to tho Amorioau interests Scene ot Another Catastrophe. LOUISVILLE, Oct. 18.—The illfated new Louisville and Jeffersonville bridge was the scene of another accident shortly after 3 o'clock Wednesday. Three were hurt, one perhaps fatally. The accident was caused by the falling of a part of the false work under the fourth span, which had just been completed and locked. The men were engaged in removing the false work, which is to be transferred to the fifth and last span to be completed. They were at work on the first bent of the structure. The dip timbers had nearly all been removed and the remainder of the section collapsed. Harry Williams, Tom Prosney and Lee Hillhouseof Beaver Palls, Pa., fell with tt. All dropped into a barge below with the falling timbers. Millhouee sustained a fracture of the right arm and two ribs v He also received internal injuries and it u thought he will die. Prosney's arm and back were injured, but he and Williams were able to walk to their homes in the vicinity. There have been a nura ber of accidents since work was resumed on the bridge, but the company has taken no chance of a recurrent* of the horror of last December. Several times When the wind has attained a high velocity the men have baen called from their work until it bad subsided. International Antlgiiinhtlng Association. CHICAGO, Oct. 18.—An internationa' antigambling association has been incorporated under the laws of Illinois and with headquarters in Chicago. The incorporatore are Edward F. Goff, Rev William G. Clarke and Thomas H. Me Cauley, all of whom have hitherto takeu active parts in moral reforms. Th board of managers include Miss Frances Willard, Misw Ada O. Swett, W. J Omihii and Dr. Sarah Haekott Stevenson Edward F. Goff nncl others. The organ"^ icatiott is the outgrowth of the anti- gambling crusade m this city and the / purpose is to enlist lecturers and other- Wise create antiguuibling sentiment through the country. Investment Company Knocked Ont. JEFFEHSOX CITY, Mo., Oct. tw.— The Pettia County Bond Investment company, which had by order of Postmaster General Bissel been forbidden the mails and which procured 9 restraining order returnnble at this term of the United States circuit court, now in session in this city, was knocked out by Judge Phillips' ruling that an order issued by an executive officer of the government, such as is the pogtrnaster general, could not be reviewed by the court, the two departments being co-ordinate. Postmaster General 6:339! held that tho company was engaged in a lottery business and for this reason forbade it the use of the mails. Killed niraself and Sqnaw. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Oct. 18.—An old Navajo Indian at Gallup, who married a young squaw against the wishes of her parents recently, shot and killed her and then blew out his own brains. Her parents had determined to drive him away and that was why he killed himself and her. Lnpo Arrested For Murder. BEDALIA, Mo., Oct. 18.—8. T. Lnpe, the wealthy grain man who shot and killed George Dixon, was arrested on th* charge of murder in the first degree, mpe himself has a dangerous wound, which is complicated with peritonitis, and his recovery is doubtful. Joe Turner, a convict in the Iowa pen!- entiary, died from|lthe effects of a club- ing administered by a guard. Babies and rapidly growing children derive more benefit from Scott's Emulsion.than all the rest of the food they eat. Its nourishing powers are felt almost immediately. Babies and children thrive on Scott's Emulsion when no other form of food is assimilated. teuce will be pronounced on Momla:*. I there—mainly in the humid of Boston A. an' Crossley, who is 74 yean old, umiiii- factured hats for Wilson' & Co. ami would usually send them forged receipts, stating ho had sent Roods out of towu ou their account, Schooner Westport Wreaked. WKSTI-ORT, Cal,, Oct. 18. —The •choouer Wtwtport, owned by thu G. W. Huino Canning company ot Ban Fix.- Cisco, watt blown upon th» rock-> m..i wrecked at Nemllo Neok. The Hchuoiu-r was lying iu open roads loading b»rU. The sea became so heavy thu: nil bur lines paitod and she was driven tishoiv, where she is going to pieces. The crow escaped. __ Son Hhool* Ills Fmher. BALTIMOUK, Oct. 18.— William Hrrrlich and his son Robert, who jointly intorebted in the coal had ail altercation about the dlviaioii oi the profits. Thu son shot his fatlici four times. The wounded uittu is not uxpeotod to live. Hu U OS yean old, Uuyurs Fur Columbia Half Uollmrs. BOSTON, Oct. !».— The flO.UOO worth of Columbia half dollars which was received at thu United States subtroaiur.v la«t Friday havo boon exhausted, all having boon Bold lu limited amount* to individuals. Ills N«o|i Was Urokesi, BATABD, la., Out. 18.— John Russell, the 18-yvar-olii son of George f, Buaaull. residing near hwro, had hit nsolc broken in a runaway. Hu lived Hi) hour* aud wan oouuoioiui to thu last, Iri'lyittluu lloutls Voted, BUKVVKU., Mob., Out. IH.-Tlii irrigation bouds uurriod here. There were only Huvou opposing votoi, The dituh it « oei'tttluty. Twenty thovwaud aom will be irrigated. flrui/i—through revolutionary movements growing out of the selection of a president to sncceol Dr. Nunez, who died not long ago. If the Columbia remains near Jamaica for a time, she will be In position to return at short notice to Blue- ficlds if the occasion requireu it. ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT. ;uinlil«r Torrell Biuxuissfullr Closes • Llt- tU Ulrttoully With Turkey. WASHINGTON, Oct. !».— M,r. Terrell, the United States minister to Turkey, successfully closed another international incident with credit to himself. On Bupt, H last the Turkish police pounctxl on sovantl native Armenian* at Aindab on a charge ot sedition. Incidentally they undertook to search tho American college at that town to discover paper* bearing ou the (puipiraoy. Mr, Terrell protested that this should not be done except iu the presence of him or his rep- runontativeu. The Turkish govorumunt yialdod this point and Mr. Ton-oil cablod Acting Seoretury Uhl that thobuuruh had Ixwii made iu the pronnnce ot Mr. Drown, hU secretary of legation, aud that tho imrtlrs arrested woru oxonaraUid aud Incident cloned. [mtt|5ioii stimulates the appetite, enriches the blood.overcomes wasting and gives strength to all who take it. For Coughs, Coldt, Sore Throat, Bron- chit!*, Weak Lungs, Emaciation, Consumption, Blood Diseases and all Formi of Waiting. SenJfor pamphlet. Fret. ScottkBonno. N.V. AN OMiMtefi. 60c.«nd»l, D O not be deceived* The following brands of White Lead are still made by the "Old Dutch" process of slow corrosion. They are standard, and always Strictly Pure White Lead The recommendation of "Southern," "Red Seal," "Collier," "Shipman," to you by your merchant is an evidence of his reliability, as he can sell you cheap ready-mixed paints and bogus White Lead and make a larger profit Many short-sighted dealers do so. FOR COLORS.—National Lead Co.'s Pun White Lead Tinting Color*, • one-pound can to • 35-pound keg of Lead and mix your own paints. Saves tune end annoyance in matching shades, and Insures the best paint that it • possible to put on wood. Send us a postal card and get our cook oe paints and color-card, tree; It will probably save you • good many dollars. NATIONAL LEAD CO. St. Louis Branch, Clark Avenue and Tenth Street, St Lonhw -THE:— OF CARROLL, IOWA. Capital, $100,000.00. Hill-plus $5,OOO.OO. Opened business Felt, i, 1SSS. DIKIOTOK8: C. A. MAST, - President H. W. WATTLES. - - Vlc« Prealdenl, C. L. WATTi.KS, - - Cashier, J. K. Griffith, V. Hint-loos, N. K. rUurgM, Chan, WaltetsoboM, Sutnner WallHce, Interest imld on time deposit*. Honujr to loan un vow! «• ourltjr. nr.ifts for sale on nil parts of tho world, Steamahln ticket* to and from all uaiu tit Kurope. Insurance written In the basl oompanlua. Green Bay Lumber Company, JKiLKrlfl 1M Uuwu UUy K*|I<II»SM, Sioux CITY, Out. !».— The oity unwell Uw adopted u resolution thttt will i'»duct) by about 49 per cent tlio current expoutius of tho oity ami bring them within thu rovenuti. Hwiator V*v,t unVra $060,000 to unyom- who cull nUuvv uuil prove that he it worth 1-wuH ol keuatorittl exper- Pcuslou Itoolsluu ll»»»rs»d. WMIIINOTON, Ool. iB.—Asoidtant Secretary Ruyuolds, of tho interior de|>art- uient, has decided i,71N of the Roviaud Btatutee, relative to the payment ot ao- orued pensioiw, ifl applii-Ahlo to ixwiion- era undur the aot o; July »7, 18QV, granting peiuious to thu survivors of oertaiu Iiullan, war*, it ia uUo held the aootiou atithorUas tho wMow of a Joooamxl xol- diur to prosecute his iwudiug ulaiui uu- dur that act aud recoivo the aourued !>«"• lion to the datt) of the soldter'n Jeath. Thii revurees thu decUion of thu oouiiuU- •iouw of iwiihums nm lo lu May, 1*08, Lumber and Coal, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. New yards north of Carroll mills. Carroll. Iowa. Quarrol ttvui- a Uum* uf Varils. NiUAi), Colo., Out. 18,—A man niuuixl Ungtnti, who uuuii' from Peuu- eylvauia about two wouka ugo, lu a quar- rul ovwr a gumo of ourd« at Ua»tiug« ahot Auto'nio nroousso and hit brothor, killing thu t'ormvr ami fatally wounding tho lattor. Tlw umnloror took rofuge in hU vahlu tuiU ttrod upon tho offloor, who to urnwl him. A urowd «ur- YOU CANT LIVE WITHOUT A LIVER! HOW s xou " L1VC "' DOES YOUR BACK ACHC? ARE YOU WEAK AND THIN? 1 ARCVOUR KlDNCVS ALLRlQMTt DOES YOUR SLEEP RESTYOUt ARE YOU DULL AND BILIOU87 rlie of BALM. MARVELOUS SUCCESS Or, J.H. MEAN'S AIJ wiw use it .s«y it if The Peerless Rcwsdy iorctirin£ all A)|W«HU OF THE LIVER, KIOK£YS AHO BUDDEfl. fEMlE THOUBieS, HHEUMAm* 4MB BRIGHT S DISEASE. t>y all ttnt-elats tloakn. PRiCC. SI'00 A BOTTLE. The Dr. J. N, HoLiiii Medicine Co., st, LMU, m,

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