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FOR A BIG CATTLE SWINDLE.
Arthur !. Kobi-rU, Willi" "" Wedillnjc
Trip, Arrested In Detroit for Ifi-utlug
ii Kaunas ;ily firm.
Knnwis City, Mo., Oct. IMWArthttf1
0. HobiT.tN w'iin uricMcil ut.Dctroll hint
nilit on if 10 herniation of IiiivIiik
robbed tbc lii-oiKi- lt llurso Cominto
hion company in. a ttll hwltiillc. 'I'Iim
arrest was iiiutlojiv'u I'llilti-rlon cletcct
ivo, who Marlotl lo KnitwtsCity wjtll liin
prisoner tltirink Ul nltflit,. to avoid u
habeas? cot-rum prorncditiff. Kobcrts
was . inVolvuil in. traiimiotlojiH tfiafc ',
would liayo inailo. thu l'tuhOH of Khiihhh
City iuini"itissloti 'd'ualer.s tvjttroKiiio
about Sl),0i0, bnt was Mtspcoteil . in
timo for most of flu! tiniistoMivu thuln-.
In a llttlu lovn . liotir Fort Worth,
Tew, Robert) was married about,' a
month n;o,, accord in),' to tin,', detective,
but Roberts did not feel wife, and wont
to Denver, then to Vnnliinirlon and
Oregon and 'nooii aflerwilrd to Vnn
eouver. JJy this time, the., detuot
Ivu wan not far behind and when
Roberts crossed Canada to Ontario
the detective, was almost at his
heals. Yesterday the. tlotcutivo found
him in Detroit, living at a hotel.
Itinoliittoii or ilin :(ki iiusiuim.
Chicago, 0t. . Tho Tiinea-llurald
to-dny mi.vk: A revolution of the eoltis
buttiness of the country is prniniho.d by
testa made of a new system now in
operation in Cliioitro. For the first
time soft eoal mined west of the I'enn
Hylvimin, coal ililds lias been coked sue.
huueessfiiUy. IJcrctoforu all elTorts
have prod need il prod tint far less valua
ble than the eastern, because thu per
centage of fixed carbons or heat fjlviiitf
qualities was much less.
A I'mnlly found Dead.
Canton, Alius., Oct., i!U. Tho family
of .1. AI. Cainbrill, conNistlnjr of Airs.
Camlirill, two grown daughters and
two little boys, won- found dead in the
ruins of the home at Kt. Ann's, Leak
county, yesterday morning. At first it
was thought they hud been suffocated
by the fire which destroyed their house,
but evidence was found leading to the
belief that they were murdered and
that the house was robbed and then
bui'ned to eoueelil thu crime.
Vii'tliriH of Piinumniilii I'"onr.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. Jit). The an
niliUatiou of that part of the family of
)r. Simeon Todd who lived with him
at 1)05 Linwood avenue, was accom
plished tills moraine; by the death of
thu doctor himself. In seven months
Dr. Todd's wife and his wife's brother
and sister have all been swept away by
pneumonia; this morning the doctor
fell a victim to the swift and fatal dis
ease. Dr. Todd was Kansas Cit3''s first
i:uiylnldy Wiih IIIIikI.
Clcvuland, ()., Oct. UO.ltrhlu and
groom, guusts, members of thu orches
tra, which played the wuddlng march,
and Justice of the Peace l'almer, who
performed the ceremony, all blind,
comprised a novel wedding party to
night. The. ceremony was performed
at the hoinu of Airs. Alary Doweese, a
wealthy lady, whosu son Is blind. Thu
contracting parties wore William Afooro
and Fliabuth lfrown.
WiintK Vn to Hold TIiiiiii.
Cincinnati, Oct. BO. Thu business
Missions of thu jublleu missionary con
ventions of thu Christian church con
eluded Uwliiy. Allss Rebel Withers
led thu opening service and thu visiting
inisslouarlcs were introduced. In an
uddros.s on "Kxpanslon; Greater Amer
ica for Christ," Homer T. Wilson ail
vocatcd holding of all thu new posses
ions. To I'roiiirvn tli Dewey Arch.
Now York, Oct. 20. The movement
recently begun to perpetuatu thu
Dewey arch In niarblu is meeting with
public approvtjl. Already 8100,000 has
"been promised. Kx-Secretary of War
Liunont has accepted thu chairmanship
of the nub-committee, to organlu statu
and eltj' inoveinents, as It is intended
to make the movement national in
JMolhodlHt Iloinn AIIhkIoiis.
Vlttsburgh, Pa., Oct. BO. Thu second
day's sussion of thu Woman's llomu
Allsslonary soelety of thu Methodist
Episcopal church was devoted to thu
renoi'ts of committees. 'J nu
committee reported total appropria
tions of S 177,177, of whluhSltf.HM) was
for home work and $:t,800 for oriental
work In California and Hawaii.
riiliNl Troop Ship Alloitt.
Philadelphia, Oct. U0. Tho United
Ktates transport Thomas, thu finest
troop ship alloat, sailed from Crump's
hhlpyard to-d'iy for New York, where
she will go into dry dock to be painted.
Thu Thomas in to go to the Philippines
early In November and will carry over
U.UOU persons, including soldiers, ou
cers, nurses and crows.
American Aiitl-liuixrliilUt I.riipuo.
Chicago, Oct. U0. The committee on
permanent organization appointed Vy
the nnti-lini'crinll.st congress, met here
....t.....i,.t. ,..,! frr,n..fl.i nut limiil orinm.
ization to .. ktiown as the Auierieaji
Anti-liuperiitllst league. Chicago was
heleeted us thu headquarters of the
league wltll an cuflvru ollieo'iu jtoston.
Wjll Not i:xii'l l)riiiihii"i'K,"lr, -
St. Louis, Oct. 'JUH-t-At yestvi-day's
session the Illinois grand lodge, Knights
of l'ythias, which Is holding Its annual
convention In Fast St. Louis, by n large
majority rejected the memorial cairipg
for the "expulsion of di'amshop-ke'epers.
Danville was chosen as. thu meeting J
place for the -grand lodge in 11)00.
ONLY AS AN ADVISER.
Crnlrnmif .fonra itcomliii lit flin Heiul of
,li Di'mnerutli't'iiminlt ten Conditioned
Upon Other OdlnUm Muni Work.
Chicago, Oct. Ho. fhiilrmaii .1. G.
Johnson", of the exeeutlvt) committeu
of the national democratic ijomtnlttee,
who returned tool 'the St. "I.ouisteon
,ference with Senator .loncs,. ex-tiov.
Stone ami Sanr It. 'Cook, e.V pressed' hi m
n'elf as we)l pleased .with what' Vas
done llu'rc. He said: '
. Sormtor ,I6tios khvo ifl to nil(!r,t.injl Unit, nl
ilioinm tin wiih wIIIIiik to roiimlii it thy lioml of
Uin n ituiml cbtntnltteo, lie ilin .wiia tno tuv
tlnotutnlorHiHUillimlli.it ifh ilut wuro to bo.,
u f an niivlsorv tmuiro iJhly. linj Unit trio hard
work wiih to tin 0"u by others. Wo decided,
thiitiliomiln llilni?it.ire.N"it w is lo push en
rK"tl,iilly .thc-'worlt of nils im ucnmisllKti '
final. 'I'lio prospect are kooiI. . 'Wo h ivo. ,
pledges of about t IU0,U)) now, uail huvo Just ot
a kooiI tart. '. .
(leu. .'Mlli-s CiPinlnK West.
Washington, Oct. UU. -Alaj. ... Gph.
Allies' will leavu Washington on Satilr
dav on an iiisncetion trin, .which will
last !H) or !I5 day. . He ivill.go first to
Chicago, thencu to Omaha. Inspecting
posts en route, and fronuNebraska City
will go north, meeting Col. Cody (Unf
falo 15111) In Alontana. Gen. Miles
states that he and Col. Cody will en
gagu in a hunting evpedition, which
will last three or four days. After thu
hunt and an inspection has been made
of posts in Alontana tin: general will
proceed lo the l'acilie coast, inspecting
posts en route, and will then go to San
A Hoy Awarded tf 110, IKIO l)ittniit;o.
Chicago, Oct. 'JO. Henry Walters,
nine yoar-t aid, was given a&lO.OOO ver
dict against thu city. The boy fell
through a hole in 'thu Thirty-fifth
street viaduct, which had been torn up
for repairs by several railroads over
which it passes. Smoke from a passing
locomotive blinded thu boy anil he fell
UO feet to the railroad tracks below.
As a result he is paralyzed from thu
waist down, his hearing Is Impaired,
he has lost the power of speech and he
has a broken spine.
lilt tor Kiiilit Aihoiir SjiirltiiiilWtx.
Chicago, Oct. UO. Expansion, impe
rialism and adherence to the declara
tion of independence were the rocks
upon which the National Spiritualist
association came dangerously near
foundering at yesterday' seiision.
Lack of patriotism, disrespect o' the
constitution and disloyalty to the tlag
were some of the charges made against
members. So bitter did the light be
come thai if was onlv the firm ruling
of President Jt.trre that prevented a
No (,'rllMr-lll of .MlllN nt Miuiltli.
Washington, Oct. BO. Director of
Posts Vaille has sent to Postmaster
General Smith a letter entering an ah
solutu denial of a published charge of
censorship of the mirilsat Manila. Air.
I w Ish to statu positively tlinl then) has aover
been a slimlu loltor for the states opi'tied la this
olllfo or by imy ono iiftftr It was mulled at this
Olllco mid biiforo Its illsil.ili'li to tin) states. H
Is Inexcusable for any ono connected with thu
tinny la Manila to mMu thu assertion tliiittliuru
was inly cctiiorslilp of thu imitls.
Dentil of Cit. lli'iiry (lulltor.
St. Louis. Oct. BO. Capt. Henry
Guibor, a noted ex-confederate soldier,
died here yesterday, aged 7('. During
the Ivansas-Alissouri border troubles
he was captain of a battery of Missouri
statu militia and was sent by (Jov.
Jackson to guard the frontier from the
Invasion of "Kansas .tayhawkers."
Ho camped with his, men near Fort
Scott for some time. Later he served
with Gen. Sterling l'rice.
Horn to l'li;lit Oils.
Vancouver, 1.- C, Oct. B0. Air Lett
inour. proprietor of thu Manila Free
dom, reached here from Manila yester
day. Ills mission to America is to
urge the removal of Gun. Otis from thu
command of thu United StateHforees in
the Philippines and thu promotion of
Gen. Lawton to thu command. Lett
mour says that Lawton is frocpiently
denied the fruits of victory by the hesi
tation of Gen. Otis.
It.TOKitlilnii Still Wltlilielil.
Kinisas City. Alo Oct. '10.- ' he. most
Important nlatter considered by the
Missouri grand lodge of masons yes
terday was the qucillon of the recog
nition of masons of the republle of
I M"'""' ,,u eommuiee to wnien tno
matter was referred reported unit ino
time had not yet come for the issuaneu
of a eharter to the masons of Mexico
b' the grand lodge of Alissouri.
liiii-Ki't AKiilnnt AKioit I'oll on k.
Washington, Oct. U0. Cliarges have
been llled with the president against
W. ,l Pollock, the agent of the Usages,
and his removal is demanded. Thu
charges are of a most xenons character.
Pollock is accused of all tuanuer of
knavery in his conduct of the affairs of
the Osage nation unil the affidavits are
tiled to substantiate the accusations.
I'l-uvlHliiiii for I'orto Klco.
Si-iv York, Oct. ail. The United
States transport Uesolute, with 'pro
visions for I'orto Uieo, sailed ycster.da.y
, liii that port, mic arrived uere won-
hiy last froi
nu ' I'hiladelphia- with -100
tons of provisions aboard and before
he tl departure fookon about an equal
amount In Hrooklyn.'
Cannot 't'.ilio :iiiuii:cis for I lui 1'uturo.
OuthVie, Ok., Oct, 11. .). M. Lee,
farmer near Siipulpa, has organized it
colony of 100 persons, who w.ill leave
Monday for Alex ifo. Lee sayS that
owing to tho unsettled condition of the
f Creek nation at this time, tlieyjlnd It
Impossible to longer remiilu' and take
chances for the futuj-e. .
BLUE AND GRAY TOGETHER.
Kx-CoiiriMlcriitfl-, from lMIotirl Will .loin
M, IIOO VittWn'ijM'froiii tliiiMolilInf-' Homo
In Honor of Iteliirnliiir Raniins.
Leavenworth, - Kan., Oat. B-l.-The"
committees" arranging for the recep
tion fjr company ( . Twontiuth"'KnnsnE
volunteers, were informed that the, ejp
confederates "living across thu rTvcrMu.
Platte county, "Mo., would participate
"In the demonstration when thc.buysru
tnnf home They am anxious to join
with tlie veterans "of the soldiers' home
jn extcnditiga warn) greeting 'to' the
PJiil'ippibo heroes. Over B.OOO veterans
will narade with Hie young soldier,
and if enough can lie gathered of old
inusjtets, itnapsacas mm ejvi war
equipment, 'a ciJmpany wil.l carry the
nime just .to' show the diil'crejice. b'c
tvvecn thu old and thu huW. Alostql
the veteranh are old and. fceblu and
many will make this parade in honor
of the Twentieth Kansas theiv Last one
in public. . -
A DISAPPOINTED FOREIGNER.
Kolntlvo of tint Kurl of Doviir Claims He
Wn-Tiriiiili'( lo Slurry nu IimiiiH)
Ainerlriiii Clrl Ninn'd Uttttliif;.
San Francisco, Oct. Bl. Harold
Courtcnaj', a near relative of the cnrl
of Dover, arrived last night to prose
cute a suit for damages against Fran
cis Cutting, the millionaire fruit
packer. Courtouay claims that Cut
ting induced him to marry his daugh
ter, Miss Isabella, in 1807, knowing
full well at the time that the girl was
insane. Airs. Courtenay became vio
lently insane two days after the mar
riage while on a honeymoon trip to
Italy on thesteamcr Ilulda. Eversince
then she has been confined lu an insane
asylum. Courtenay says he has ample
evidence that his wife was insano be
fore thu wedding, llu claims SO.OOO
TO PAY A MORTGAGE.
.MIiini'Mitii runner Killed Ills Son for Ills
l.tfo liiMirHiice, Then Killed Himself
to INeupe I'll nil li lit I'll t .
Atoms, Minn., Oct. Bl. Joseph
Ilaigh, a farmer living west of Don
nelly, shot his Bl-year-old son Russ,
blowing his head completely oil'. He i
then shot himself through the heart, t
There was a SB.UOO mortgage on his I
farm and it is thought hu killed his
son to get SB.0O0 insurancu from tltu I
Alodern Woodmen, of which order thu !
latter was a. member, and thou killed
himself to escape legal punishment, f
In this way he expected to leave his I
family with the farm clear of incom
branee. Itlvi-r mill lliirlxtr tVorki. I
Wasliiiif,'ton, Oct. Ul. The annual '
report of the chief of engineers of the I
army, Hrip;. Gen. John AI. Wilson, made
publie yesterday, .submits estimates for
river and harbor works already author-
ized by congress but not provided by
coutinuine; contracts, amounting- to
8aiI,U,821. In addition lie asks for
S15,ri8-J,(S2ll to earry on works already
contracted for. Work on sea coast de- ,
feuses has been vigorously carried on
at iir localities nearly all of which are i
even now so supplied witli Heavy guns
and mortars as to permit of etl'eetive
defense against, naval attack.
Would Hold (.'ommlKHloii Mttn rCoKpoimlhln.
Fort Scott, Ivan., Oct. UI. The Kan
sas bankers, in session here, discussed
means of protecting themselves against
Hie conditions that made possible tho
recent Gillett swindle on cattle paper.
The unanimous opinion was that the
Kansas City commission men, who lloat
cattle paper for profit, are responsible,
and It is proposed to put them under
the supervision of the state bank ex
aminer. Ciirti-r MilHt 2o to 1'rlnoii.
New York, Oct. Ul. Judge Lacomb,
in thu United States circuit court,
handed down a decision yesterday dis
missing the writ of habeas corpus in
thu ease of former Capt. Oberlin AI.
Carter, who in under sentence of five
years' imprisonment for conspiracy to
defraud the government in contracts.
The decision was given in a lengthy
opinion, which upholds the Hudiug of
Our ItoiulH Hidil Alumni.
Washington, Oct. 151. The. treasury
department has prepared a statement
showing tho amount of United Mutes
registered bonds held iu foreign conn-'
tries by individuals. It is rather re-I
markable that but SH.lWD.S.'iO of these '
bouds are. held abroad. Cuba is the ;
largest holder, having 81, Ulltt, 700. Next ;
comes France, with SIWO.OOO, ond then
Fngland, with $.V2t,-150. Spain holds
Comulnto swing Around tho Mutti.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. Ul. Arrange
ments are coinplutcd for a complete
swing around the state by Col. ltrytin.
A special train will be hired fur the
last ten. days and nu attempt made to
.over every point in the state that can
be reached by railroad.' Ho -will wind
up thecaijipaigitnt Lincoln and Omaha
tyith -ex-tiov. John 1'. Altgeld. The
latter is booked' for .11. speuehe in the.
.Ir'tWir Hold AVIllUiOl Hull. '
Purls, Alo., Oct. U), Alexander Jes-
Het', accused of thu murder of llilbert
Hates, was held to the grand jury.
Judge AIoms announced that in view of
the evidence brought oijt by the state
ho deemed It his duty to remand the
prisonur to jail without bail to await
tlie action aV the grand . jurywhlch
will nlcct Alondaycftt l'arfs.
VtnnnK of the Horae.
So soon as nature sees an Improvement,
there i a change. The rnndle Rave way to
electricity. TliPspinnumwhrol to machinery,
the hoc.sij to, the automobile. The fact that
Hostetter'n Stomach Hitters has been cold
frtr nvnV lwflf n pnntllfv. tirnvos its Willie.
. J'chcre iji notlu'tiq to cnurd it for stomaeh or
nvci uuuijiu. ik n i.ituiun u,ii iuiicuj , unu
the "onfy one to cure! dypepsia or weak
stomach. , "
" ; z
" IlctVcy Hud No fJrleVmicr."
.' "Where do you tnke rominntid of the
fleet" a lady fiientl "hsked JJewey just be
fore he left.for Alanila. "
" At Hoiig'-Kong," ho replied.
Af ter-a silence thb Jady said :
."Aren't you nKgrjcvcd, in new of our poa-Eiblo-
troiiiile wjt'hSnnin, dV'er licing or
dered to the remote Asiatic ftatron, which
can iiardiv ho ih the picture in else of war?"
-"Sailor's ItJck!" replied 'Dcivcy. "Alorc
over,. I haven't entertained grievances for
years." ' s
And then he ntlilcil, cvidnltly asjin after
.tliotmht: "ltcsidcs, yoif Jnow, Spain .owns
'the i'hilippiues." Ladles' Jlonie Journal.
The constantly increasing business of the
-Baltimore & Ohio railroad lias necessitated
very material additions to the telegraph
fervice. During the past year nearly -2,000
miles of copper wire, lGO pounds' to the mile, '
.have been strung. New lines have been
placed fu service between HaUimore and
Pittsburg, Jialtinioreaiid Parkerxburg, New
ark, 0.,.to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark,
Philadelphia to Cumberland anil Cumber
land to Grafton. During the summer ev
cral of these wires were qiuilruple.xod be
tween Italtiniorc and Cumberland and du
Like all new HaUimore. & Onto work, uic
line? arc constructed in the best possible
A .Vow Sfnnilni'tt for Art.
Mra. Oldschool I can't sec anything
beautiful in that Secession vase of yours.
Airs. New-rich Why, my dear, there are
over 00 of the loveliest dollars we overbad
iu it. Jewelers' Weekly.
ninny People Cannot Drlnli
codec at night. It spoils their sleep. You
can drink Cir.iin-0 when you please and sleep
like a top. For Grain-0 docs not stimulate;
it nourishes, thecis and feed-. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best coflce. Fur nervous
persons, young people and children Orain-0
is the perfect drink. Abide from pure grains.
Get a package from your grocer to-day. Try
il in place ol colTco. 15 mid B.lc.
.Siioi-t of CoiiHclenee.
Dr. Paikhurst says that mm is merely a
gorilla with a conscience. If there is any
semblance of truth in his theory, then there
area lot of men who are just plain gorillas.
We refund 10c for every package of PUT
NAAl FADELESS DYFS that fans to give
satisfaction. Monroe Diuk Co., Unioavillc,
Mo. Sold by all druggists!
Dizzy? Then your liver isn't
acting well. You suffer from bilious
ness, constipation. Aycr's Pills act
directly on the liver. For 60 years
the Standard Family Pill. Small
doses cure. 25c. AH druggists.
Want your ihoubUicIio or bcurtl a lieauUIul
lirown or rich lilnrk? Thon inn
FOIl 30 DAYS YOU CAN
.(3 5-if.j X;V -rXZZTrr R.Cy foil ?J
t Ip K P3 5
1 iSM Uri.a ZtA VTi-WW s
I liS h2& sJi SSii 1
mm man pnys g hi
Has to say who has had 35 YEARS of activo Practice of Medicine:
I have never Iwfore in my 35 years of practice of medicine given my testimonial or recommen
dation to nay patent medicine, but there is a remedy, tin- result of which has come under my own
obst'rvntiou, for there is no Disease which tins so hauled the medical skill of all nf;cs us Rheuma
tism and to find n Reliable lenu-rty for the sniue. At Inst va have found it in "s Drops," manu
factured by the Swaiison Rheumatic Cure Company, Chicago, III. The "5 DROPS," han proren
itself wonderful for us curative iKiwer in Rheumatism, not as a Temporary Reliever only, hut to
way in which they are placing these Wonderful Remedies ninoiiK Miflcrin; humnnitv, which they
told mo to write to thu Company ns nu acknowledgement. As I have seen the Curative Powijr of
"5 DROPS" and "5 Drop" Plasters, iu a Rrcat mnny instances, I can Truly recommend tiiem
ami also th.it the firm is perfectly honest nnd reliable to deal with.
hWANSoN's C A. JACKSON, Physician nnd Surgeon, Kearney, Neb., Aiir. 20, tff.
f-t STJUPODG" is tliu tuo-il iKinurful siioclflo kiitiwn I'roo from opiates ami perfoetly hiinn--
- t J l O Jess ltetlef Is iibiinlly felt tin) flrst nllit. It U a pokltlvu cure for ItluMimi
(Ipiii. Nclntli'ii, .NMiiralula. l)vX'"ln. Itiiruuclie, Anllinui, liny IVtit, C'atitrrli, Hlrei
l.i.n.. Nci' (iiiaiit'x, .Vn'Min unit .N'euritltflc lleadiielie, r.iintclic, Toiilhaelir, lleurt
Vvilaif., C'riiiip, N clllnu'. I.u Orlppe, Jllulitrlu, ;reepliic .Niimbneii, etc., etc.
T14IDTV rtAVC loiiKCrtonniitilosiinercrs to clvo "5 DltOPH" at least a trial, wo will
I IBIITW B I LfHI C9 semi a .e saniiile boulu, ireiiulil by mall, for llleents. A saniplutxitlla
will cunvlncis rou Also, InrKi txinles (:) iIosck) ft.UI. 3 lioltlas for C!.ai. Bold by us, Urut;ulsO. aU
acuuts. AuenU wanted In new territory. AVrllt tin liidny.
MW A.N SON' itm:U3IA'rtO CUKi: UU IOO to IOI I.uUo Ntrcet, CIIICAUO, ILL.
Live Stock Commission Agent
FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
CAPITAL, - S20O.O0O.OO,
Address Us- .
UNION-STOCK YAUDS,- Chlcnuo, Ills.
ttATIO.YAI. STOCK YARDS, .III. .
UNION STOCK YARDS, South Omahn, Neh.
KANSAS 'CITY STOCK .YARlJS, Kunsas.Clfr,
Always prepared to furnish cnttlo on thno to rcsponslblo feeders of KtoeU, unil oji most
favorablo terms. Information blunUs sont on rcaucsu AI) applications should Ihs addrchscd to
tho com pub y aUKunstts City Stoclt Yards..
WE onrnR YOU unequalgd service and absolute safety..
. . 1 IT. ALWAYS PAYS TO PATRONIZE THE BEST.0
Tlic Went Prescription for CMIU
and Fever li n bottlo of Guovr'b Tastklrs
Ciiii.i, Tonic. His simply iron nndntiinlnclB
a tasteless form. Nocuro-noimy. l'rlco,&0c.
Some of the big guns of the prize ringu
only air-guns. Chicago Daily News.
Acts, gently on the
ClEAnses the $vstem
v-J.' r- r h h f . I I IZil I Y
-yZ' "" ' wr-. .r
ovy the genuine -mahtd y
"- ca J.co -vH.vi"'e
roil SAUCY All CfftSSlTCi PSIU JO. PlRKTUL
All Diseases of the Rectum
KNIFE, LIGATURE OR CAUSTIC.
Hiih 1'nrfect Health.
ICansns City, Mo., Dec. 52, IB07.
Drs. Thornton .t Minor, Kansas City, Mo.
Gentlemen- Ilefore you treated mo for plies
Iliad heen Doubled for clht or ten years, t
have not be n bothered In any way sine, unit
have iiurfcct hcallh. for which 1 fjlvcyou cicdlc
Iain aluius ready and willing U recommend
you to anyone to wlioin I can. Vours erv truly,
Oko. S. TAMHt.VN,
Tnmulyn fc Tiunblyn, Ilve Stock Com. Men,
K. C, Mo.
We Ruuratitco to care every case: Don't tak
one cent until patient Is well. Send for frco
book to men; also free book to ludlcs. Address
DRS. THORNTON & MINOR,
Ninth noil W'ull St., Kaunas City, Ho.
TRY IT FOIt 10 OKNTS.
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give n Permanent Cure even in chronic cases. Sometime oro, I had
amoiuj others sevcrnl Rheumatic cases under my treatment and pre
hcrilied for these patients the vciy hest Remedies which I skillfully se
lected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "5 DROPS" anl
r-f its Wonderful Cures, nnd prescribed it to a few patients who found re
lief from its use within a few day !5. After that I prescriled It to n great
numtier ami to my surprise, I will sav that in the course of Two or'llirea
Weeks after they hnd used "5 DROPS" nnd "5 Drop" Plasters tby
were Cured. AmoiiK these were a few who hnd, for a number of yearn,
lK.-eii buffering with Chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted themselves
mound u Crutches. Tliey came to my office wlthont Crutches mid told
me they were jierfectly Well. They give all the credit to "5 DROPS"
and to "5 Drop" Plasters and this is their testimony to the Swunson
Rheumatic Cure Comnunv for their kindness nnd for the coiiscientioui
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