Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, July 06, 1889, SECOND PART, Page 12, Image 12
:-y h 19 THE PITTSBUBG- "JDISPATGH SATURDAY, i JXTLY 6, .1889. KECAUTION NEEDED Wo Prevent a Spread of Texas Cattle Fever Through the Country. CIRCULAR FROM SECRETARY RUSK. Stock Comlnj From the Proscribed District tc fce Quarantined. ?THEIB GARS MUST BE DlSLNFICTED "WVashinotos', July 5. Secretary Busk to-dsy signed the following circular of in- ' structioni which trill be sent to the man- Hirers and agents of all railroad transporta tion companies of the "United, States, to OEFABTKEKTOF AOBICDLTUIIE, ( Julys, 18S9. J In accordance with section 7 of an act of Congress, appro-red Mij 29. 1SS1, entitled "An act lor the establishment of the Bureau of Animal Industry, to prerent the exportation of diseased cattle and to proTide means for the suppression and extirpation of plenro-pnen-monia and other contagions diseases amone domestic animals," yoa are hereby notified that conttur.ons and intectloas disease known as splenetic or Texas ierer exists amone cattle in the following- described area of the United States: All that country lying south and east of a line commencing at tbe north easterly comer of the connty of Crittenden, in the State of Arkansas, thence running In a northwesterly direction to the Osage agency, in the Indian Territory, and thence running southwesterly to the Itio Grande rlrer at the Intersection of tbe southeasterly corner of Pe cos county and the northeasterly corner of Pre sidio connty, in the State of Texas. RULES TO BE OBETED. o cattle are to be transported to any por tion of the United States north and west of the aboTe described lines, except in accordance with the following regulations: First On unloading north and west of this line any cattle in course of transportation to be fed and watered on tbe way, tbe places where said cattle are to be so fed and watered shall be set apart, and no other cattle shall be admitted into said places. Once week, from the date hereof until the first day of December. 1SS9, these w ferine and feeding places shall be thoroughly cleansed and disinfected. Second On unloading said cattle at their points of destination, the regulations pre scribed by the cattle sanitary officers of the State, where unloaded, relating to the more meat of Texas cattle, shall be carefully ob Berred. Tbe cars that hare carried said stock shall be cleansed n disinfected before they are again used to transport, store or shelter animals. The cars used to transport such animals and tbe pens In which they are fed and watered shall be disinfected in the following manner: (A.) Remore all litter and manure. This lit ter and manure may be disinfected by mixing with lime, snlphuric or carbolic acid, or if not disinfected it may be stored where no cattle can come in contact with it until after Decem ber L (B.) "Wash the cars and the watering and feeding troughs with water until clean. (C) Saturate tbe wall and tbe floors of the cars and the tencing, troughs and chutes of the pens with a solution made by dissolving four ounces of chloride of lime to each gallon of water. nEAVT LOSSES TO AVOID. The losses resulting yearly to the owners of Northern cattle bjthe contraction of this dis ease from contact with Southern cattle, and through infected cars, and by means of the manure carried in nnclean cars from place to place, has become a matter of grave and serious concern to the cattle industry of the United States. It is necessary, therefore, that this cattle industry should be protected, as far as it is possible, by the adoption of methods ot dis infection in order to prevent the dissemination of this disease. A rigid compliance with the above regula tions will Insure comparative safety to North ern cattle and render it unnecessary to adopt a more stringent regulation, such as tbe absolute prohibition ot the movement of Texas cattle, except for slaughter, during the time of the year that this disease is fatal. Inspectors will be instructed to see that dis infection is properly dune, and it is hoped that transportation companies will cordially put In operation the above methods. Very respectfully. J. Rusk, Secretary. "1 '. a I.nAifn f.v. ... .will ... w a ... J AUC AilOJJCfcV IGiniCU Ml . , UO UUilCU I THE According to the r-.j.L r iorusat prices lor me quality anu maiumy oi We adhere to the us. Any failure on our AfV Our pure dozen. - - . , Finch's Golden Wedding, 10 years old, full quarts $1 2 per bottle, or Kentucky Bourbon, 10 years old, $1 per bottle, or $12 axiozen. - Overholt & Co.'s Pure Rye, 6 years old; $1 per bottle, or $10 a dozen; r , . ,-v , v ''i;i& " - -V "!4j-h . f ; t - ' r O tru-t - -- Please Accompany Order With Postal or Money X;; 412 Market Street, .' ' ' - v--l-.! '-'- :- '-. -v N-K'i ii-i-Sii--- f fT-Jl-ii-i'M 'i-MM jiii-BB-BBBBBBBBBPBBW shortly and located in all the. principal stockyards of the country,,-, order to see that the provisions ef the circular rra en-' forced. LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED. Iactdeau of a Day la Two Cities Condensed fev Ready Keadlnjc Mics.tr 3. H.M. Byxxssbt, T. A. Gillespie and Alexander McKaig, of this city, arrived in the city yesterday from a tour In Europe. Thk freight rates for iron and steel destined for St. Paul and other Northwestern points, have been advanced from 9 to 10 cents per 100 pounds. Tub Relief Department of the Pennsylvania Company's lines is flourishing. Since it was started June 1, over 1,100 ot the employes joined It. C. C. ATJOHrrrBXron, the proprietor of the Aughlnbaugh House, East End. has assigned his property In the value of tlO.000 for the ben-, eflt of his creditors. At the hearing before Alderman Cassldy yes terday afternoon, John Kennedy, charged by G. Galley with embezzlement, was discharged for want of evidence. HE1KR1CH llYBB accidentally shot himself In the head yesterday morning. He went to the Allegheny General Hospital, where the bullet was extracted. Foucxxaw ZiXSTZS has been suspended on the complaint of John McEeown, who alleges that Lester hit him on the breast and made fun of him because he wore a Hibernian badge. Ctiabixs HomtjLX, Captain ot No. 11 Engine Company, has been detailed to act as assistant to Building Inspector J. A. A. Brown until Chief J. O. Brown returns from the west. WnxiAM, alias "Dash" McCoy, arrested for stealing a pair of shoes and a shirt from "William Kenyan, No. 76 Third avenue, yester day had his photograph placed In the rogues' gallery. Nokk as RicHABDB02r, who has been a pop ular clerk la the Monongahela House during the last five years, has decided to leave this city, and will sever his connection with the .Monongahela House next week. Tax late William M. Lyon was hurled yes terday in Allegheny .Cemetery, the pallbearers being Edward Gregg, John W. Chair ant, B. F. Jones, J. H. Rlcketson, V. P. Townsend, the Hon. M. W. Acheson, Christopher Zug and William Rea. Alderxax Reh.lt yesterday held an Italian, with an unpronounceable 'name, for court for selling liquor without license at Sandy Creek. In the East End. The witnesses were all Italians, and it was difficult to under stand the testimony. Cnxr Bioelcw Intends to level and sod the triangular piece of ground between tbe Union and Point bridges. He thinks It would be a good idea for some public-spirited citizen to erect a monument to Lincoln, Grant or some other great American citizen on tbe plot. "W. R. Ford, Grand Master Workman of the A. O. U. W., for this State, received 1157 75 from the Hamilton, Canada, Lodge ot Workmen for the benefit of the flood sufferers. He also received $25 from Tucson, Ariz.; $603 84 from Kansas and (168 from Ohio Lodge for tbe sufferers. Clkbk Los a, of the Criminal Court, was back at his desk yesterday after several days' absence. He had been to Erie with a commit tee to locate the Duquesne Grey's camp for their summer encampment commencing Au gust & He reports having secured Grove House Park, four miles below Erie. They will have elegant bathing and boating, and will be ngnt at we nsnmg grounos. A soxrs stomach, want of appetite and general lassitude denote the want of a tonic, which you can supply by using Dr. Javne's Tonic Vermifuge. It will cure most de rangements of the stomach, in old or young, and rids the body of worms the common pests of childhood. Oveb 200 varieties of Imported Key "West and Domestic Cigars from $2 to 40 per 100. G. "W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth are. Don't Boy a Straw Hat Until yoc see tne Great Eastern, at Smiley'a only, THTT 1WP publithet n to-morrow's Dls Dllill 11 IB rATcnAk interview with a hotel bellboy, who telle of the horror he has witneued infireUelau caravamarjf. LONG late decision of the Supreme Courts we are prepared- tor do business once more, and can and. v.a i .-.- r ji . jr ,, ' cash plan, thus giving I , & & ,. w ,j ,-,, ..v.v,.,. .ivuiumg au ;., an a.uuui., yuu ii,ccu iictvc nu iceirs m trusting your oraers a part to fulfill all obligations promptly and satisfactorily would injure our large trade' much more' than we could possibly gain by doing otherwise. .- ..i1r1111t1 WE 8-year old ALL THE LEADING FOREIGN If yu have not bou&nt any of our California Wines yet,, please include one or more bottles in your next -order. SEI1TID. THE HQR0L0.GIC ART. Pittsburg Has One otthe Four Schools of Its Kind in America. A PROFESSOR OF WATCHMAKING. What He Says About Such Knowledge OutsI-8 of Workshops. MAGNETISM BETTEU OUT OF WATCHES The Pittsburg School of "Watchmaking, or Horologio School, lately opened, is quite an interesting Institution'. Mr. It. L. Kel ler, teacher of technical and practical watchmaking, or horology, is in charge. Mr. Keller said, in answer to questions con cerning the school: "We are now running in good shape' There are only three other such schools in the "United States, and this certainly is a thing that Pittsburg can and will, support. Our object is to instruct pupils in . the art of watchmaking and repairing, not as jewelers now do the work, but to do it in a model style. "We give lectures weekly from enlarged drawings of the different parts of the fine mechanism of watches. "We also teach the pupils to turn on lathes the staffs, pinions, stems, etc These, with the screws, winding stems, wheels, hands, main and case springs and other parts of watches are polished by the'pupils. ' A XiOHQ TIME TO IEARN. "When the trade is learned the scholars can make, if they wish, a complete watch or clock. It usually takes five or six years to learn the business thoroughly; but they are then no botches at the work, but can take any place in a factory. "They are also instructed in isochronism, which means the last and slow movements of a timepiece. For instance, when a watch is wound up tight, it will run fast and when it is nearly run down it naturally runs slow. This can be prevented, b'ut there are few watch repairers who can pre vent it "The pupils are taught also the use of the compensating heaters ibr drying watches." When asked why watches were dried, Mr. Keller said: "They are put in the heater and the heat run up to 08 Or 100, the heat of the human body. They are then taken out and ex posed to the cold. The change should not be too sudden, as it will remit in a perspir ation, and causes the works to rust They are kept in tbe heat for 24 hours. He said that watch tinkers did not have the heaters to use. He further stated that they did not understand the art of regulating u watch. This, he said, Could be done by placing it in various positions, such as on its face, back, upside down and in other positions. As to non-magnetio watches, he said: MAGNETISM A DRAWBACK. "There is another inconsiderate practice in vogue That is to expose non-magnetic watches to magnetism, by which all steel parts (except the escapement) of the watch become magnetized, and by repairing such watches, our heretofore perfect tools will also become magnetic, and therewith im part .magnetism to ail watches that may come within reach of such tools. Non-magnetic escapements should be sufficient, with out magnetizing all the steel parts of the watch; the show in the windows may be productive of making a sale, but it is at the expense of ruining thousands o valuable watches. No hair-spring of any composi lion whatever will stand the test of fire hardened steel." As to the number of tools nsed in the-1 LOOKED FOB DECISION HAS COME ! gooas mat aeiy competition. - you the benefit of the very lowest prices. Avoiding all losses, all accounts, von heed have nn jt ' .1 WILL Export 'Guckenheimer Whisky, . ZEfQ-R, PBICE LIST. l.I3,Ei3ID jTB.i JOSEPH -,..' ' " ',' -' " - . " :?'? :r. . :. . , - 4i2HH- ' .it ;. M'.aiiik, .:, .. x, ; ..., , . .'ss;-...; .v jriuu&U LLL is! Sr'Smm bssineftsTbe said they ran Into the thou sands. All parts of watches are made at the school, and .screws are made one-tenth of a milinieter in diameter. Concerning the cost of watch movements to the manufacturers, he said that a G movement would probably cost the manu facturers $2. Ho said there was no other watch made that will compare with the Swiss movement' Mr. Keller also stated that he made' - watch and clock when he was but 16 years old, and that, from his ex perience, it did not pay a person to make his own timepiece. HONORING A CLASSMATE. A Pleasant Social Gathering at the KesW -enee of Prof. Logan. A pleasant gathering took place at the residence of Principal Joseph ogan, at Hazelwood, on Thursday evening. It was a reception to Hiss O. Blanche Logan, who was one of the graduates from .the High School at the last commencement Some of her friends bad made np a purse to pay her expenses for a visit with the school teach ers' excursion to the Peris Exposition, and the gathering was in the nature of a goodby and oon voyage to the young lady. The persons present were all members of the High School class of 1889, and consisted of Misses "Jennie At. Loughridge, M-ryJ. Loeffler, Bessie Graham, Margaret Clancey and Mary P. Breeze. LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. -One hundred Mormon. arrived by the steamship Wyoming yesterday morning and started tor Salt Lake City. Private cables from London and Hambnrc deny tbo reported failure of Theodore Schmidt 4 Co., the largest coffee dealers of Hamburg. Yesterday's bond offerings segregated jraea.. 000. as follows: Coupon is. $100,000. at 12S& registered 4s. $17,600, at 129; registered 4s, 1103,600, at 106. During a dance at Hamburg, Mo., 12 miles east of Nebraska City, a man named Lair fa tally shot a farmer named Harrihan. They had quarreled over a woman. The Goodyear Bobber Company, of Provi dence. R. L, has assigned. The attachment placed on them by the Sears Commercial Com pany on Saturday was followed up to-day until 716,000 worth of attachments swamped them. Lung Sing, a Chinaman, who went to But falo from Baltimore about two weeks ago, was found murdered yesterday morning in his laundry, corner of Oak and Swan streets. He had been shot through the head. The case is a mysterious one, and the murderer has not yet been found. A bill to declare void tbe annexation of the Town ot Lake to tbe city of Chicago as decreed by tbe recent special election has been filed in the circuit court and an injunction was asked restraining the city from taking possession of the school property of the town. Tbe bill sets forth a number of technical grounds for tbe nullification of the election. The points raised are applicable In the cases of all of the other towns annexed, .no action on we application has as yet been taken by the court. The celebration at Adair, Iowa, had a seri ous termination, nearly 100 people having been poisoned by eating ice cream. They were at a general picnic, and after dinner tbe people by scores were taken with terrible pains. It was found that the ice cream was made in some new cans, and it is thought that sulphate of zinc from the cans entered the ice cream. One physician was poisoned, and that left bnt two doctors to attend to the great crowd of stricken people. Nearly a panic ensned at first, but in the evening they were more quiet, and it is thought that all save possibly one or two will recover. The Chicago Board of Trade received a pretty hard rap by the decision of Judges Horton, Tuley and Collins, sitting en banc, on tbe motion of the attorney of the boards of at torney to dissolve the preliminary injunction to prevent tbe board from withholding its quotations from the bucket shops. The Judges in their decision deny tbe motion to dissolve the injunction on the ground that the market quotations are of such Importance to tbe public that they should be considered pub lic property, and that if the injunction were dissolved the tendency would be to create a monopoly of the big board. WOODCOCK SHOOTING & in an illustrated article by a ilaff writer in to morrow' Dispatch. f t4. CONTINUE TO OFFER YOU WHISKIES $1 ycii. uiu, cuiu. vmy 50 Order, or Draft. FLEMING- ... . , - - - ' m ' A I0TAL WIFE. Mrs. Aldrich Villi Tell a Secret to Secure Her Hasbitad's Freedom Senatloo In the Lemon Bnako Case News of the Courts. ' Prank A. Aldrich was placed on trial yesterday before Judge Collier on the charge of burglary. Aldrich was indicted together with a man named Spangler on the charge of having bunkoed G. K. Lemon, of Allegheny, out of $10,000. The affair occurred September 23, 1883, in a house at No. 28 Pearl street, Allegheny. Thetwo men got away, but Aldrich was ar rested in Canada several months ago, and .charged with being one of them. No clew has ever been obtained as to jthe whereabouts of Spangler. Mr. Lemon was tbe first witness placed on the stand. He identified Aldrich as one of the men who robbed him. On the day before tbe robbery a man named Spangler closed a contract with him (Lemon) for a large amount of firebrick. The next day Spangler came back, and said there was a good opportu nity for winning a sum ot money in a game at .no. jo ireari street, lie invitea Lemon to go up. He accepted the invitation and they proceeded to the house. "When they arrived they found a tall man with thick black whiskers. This man Mr. Lemon identified as Aldrich. The alleged game was a sort of draw ing maae witn sups oi paper. The game was explained, out it was stipulated tnat tne per son playing mustmake a deposit asa guarantee oi gooa iaun, Ten thousand dollars was de manded, and Lemon offered a certified check. It was refused, and bo then went to the Third National Bank of Allegheny, and drew the cash. He returned to tbe bouse with tbe money," providing himself with a pistol. Ai drlch said he must handle the money, Lemon replied tbat no one should touch it, but him self. Aldrich then attempted to seize the package and Lemon grasped him by the collar. At this point Spangler knocked Lemon into the corner. They then took the. money and ran from the room. When Lemon recovered be found tbe door locked from the outside and tbe men gone. Mr. Lemon was positive in bis identification of Aldrich. He also said tbat he afterward remembered having seen the same man at "Windsor, Canada, traveling under the name of Frank Oliver". Mrs. Martin, a resident of Pearl street, was next placed on the stand. She identified Al drich as one of two men sbe had seen leaving No. 28 Pearl street about the time of the rob bery on tbe day In question. Aldrich locked the door after him. The witness was cross examined, but persisted that Aldrich was one of the two men. William Thompson, colored, also identified Aldrich as one of the two men seen leaving the house. This concluded the evidence for the prose cution. The defense opened with an attempt to arove an alibi. Airs. Jolly, a resi dent of Stafford, Kaiu, was their first witness. She testified that on Sep tember 26, the day after the robbery, she went to Aldrich's office in Stafford and paid to him one month's rant for a storeroom she rented from him. The point tbe defense aesirea to maae dj wis evidence was tnat if I Aldrich was in Stafford on September 28 he desired to make by this evidence was tbat if Soapona HANDS UNINJURED. CLOTHES PURE AND SWEET. DISHES WASHED CLEAN, THE GREAT WASHING POWDER, BELL'S BUFFALO K WATVFI :EttC ' T , J ' . m - - 50 PER BOTTLE, OR, $15 A DOZEN CASE. (jeiits lor lull quarts. r ;: could not have been la Alleg-bes? os tbe day, before, as It takes 66 boars by the fastest trav eling to gfi from Pittsburg to-: Stafford. Mrs. Jolly was cross-examined closely, and. though she became somewhat confused, held that she had met Aldrich ou the day mentioned, and paid money td him. Mrs. Aldrich, the wife of the prisoner, as serted on the stand that her husband was inno cent and his arrest was due to idle talk. She was questioned concerning a visit to Mr. Boob, one of the attorneys for tbe prosecution. She replied that she had gone there and oSered to have tbe right parties arrested If they would release her husband. They wanted her to pro duce the others and they would then release Aldrich. She would not agree unless they re leased her husband first This tbey would not do. Mrs. Aldrich was still on the stand when the case was continued until this morning. Legal Tender. Heqisteb Coxstxb yesterday held another hearing In the contested will case of William John Miller. Testamentary incapacity is alleged. J. Tikotht pleaded guilty to assault and battery yesterday on his wife. Tbe. latter asked tbe Court to deal mercifully with him, and he was let off with a fine of 8 cents and costs. The will of A. B. Blhlman. tbe Diamond street restaurant keeper, was filed yesterday for probate. The estate was divided among the members of his family, and his two sons designated to conduct his business. A WBirof habeas corpus was applied for yesterday to obtain tbe release of H. F. Scott from the workhouse. Scott had been com mitted six months for drunkenness by Alder man Porter. This, it Is claimed, was ex cessive. A "WORTH! 80CIETTS WORK. What the Humane Peaple Did, Through Tbelr Agent, In Two Months. The reports of the Humana Society, Samuel O'Brien agent, for the months of May and June were completed, yesterday. During May, 15 cases, in which 35 children were involved, were reported aa follows; Cruelty and neglect, 6; cruelty and abuse, 3; neglect, 5; poverty, 1. They were dis posed of as follows: Discharged, 1; ad vised, 4; warned, C; not found, 3; sent to jail, 1; information against, 1. The cases ot 11 animals were investigated and acted on. In the month of June 19 cases, in which 66 children were involved, were reported, as follows: Neglect, 9; cruelty and abuse, 0: abuse, 1; incorrigibility, 1; cruelty and neglect, 3. They were investigated and disposed of as follows: No cause for com plaint,!; warned, 11; not found. 2; advised, 5. The children were disposed of as fol lows: Left with parents, 42; left with mother, 9; with father, 1; with relatives, 3; sent to St Paul's Orphan Asylum, 1. Nine cases of cruelty to animals were reported coses oi crucu; and acted upon. SOUP BEST SOAP MADE JKXaXm CVROOJEms. will offer you the very .... J 7 J 1 ----- , ' ' ' as heretofore; full quarts & SON, alaajaajay WiM M m aauaAHA JKti" l& carpets ; in fact, everything in the house, from top to bot tom all that's washable will be far more satisfactory because of the liberal use of Pearline. It is harmless. Beware Peddlers imitations besides are dangerous. 5 Pearline is manufactured onh by JAMES PYLE. New York. BILE POISONED BLOOD. Nearly every one is occasionally troubled with bilious attacks, more especially in tbe spring months, after the system has been sur feited with hearty food during the winter. Tbe action of the Liver Is Interfered with, causins an overflow ot bile Into tbe blood. Tbe blood carries this bile into every part of tbe system, causing yellow skin, yellow eyes, liver spots, eta, and often serious cases ot billons fever originate from this bile poisoned blood. A few doses of Burdock Blood Bitters, taken on appearance of bilious symptoms, will remove them and protect the system from a probable serious attack. Run Dowain ths S Snrinn. lam using Burdock Blood Bit- ters for Sick Headache and Bil iousness. It u the best medicine 1 ever took. I was so run down this spring from overwork that my husband urged me to see a doctor. I was scarcely able to ttand and consluded to try B. B. Bitters first; the first bottle Is not yet finished, but I can eo about my work witb pleasure already. I shall take an other bottle. Mbs. Jornr Domnxi.T, care of Edward Doolet, 15' Lyman Street, Springfield. Mass. I tell you for the benefit ot oth ers what Burdock Blood Bitters has done for me. I have been a sufferer for years from Liver Com- Slalnt and weak stomach. At imes I was so bad that I would apply to our family physician for relief, which would be but tempor ary.Last f alll bad an unusuall v bad spell. My mother bought a bottle of Burdock Blrod Bitters, and it Cave me great relief. It helped me more than anything I have 3T BOTTLE Will Believe a Clogged Liver and Cleanse Bile Poisoned Blood. ever rasan. ic is alio excellent for constipation. Mrs. Lizzrs Gkdbb, Ickesbnrr. Perry Co.. Pa. LAST SPRING, Last spring my balth became verypoor. I had no appetite and my liver troubled me. I used, several medicines, bnt obtained no relief nntll I was finally persuaded to try Burdock xuooa .tuners, xnis meaicloe cored i Matjd Fishe: nzn, .n7y. nackville, best Wines and Whiskies4hat the market afcst -"! fazrk in tbicrincr vmir a a r K.V4UW11C TVS14A VS $! a dozen. . x- .' I - They are verv fine, ; Ti"'t.S jaii- r ill- i.f;aPfc-.''. 'jarinr.,-. . s-hkM .i i -ijsfa-i!irt . . -g& - " - n. t'- .. a!..-. hs - ii Wonder -fi-r Satisfaction will be your experience J . when you nrst!ry Eearl- ine. You'll wonder at its l '" miraculous cleansing: rs.""! time labor-saving proper- 4i ties. W onder why you had " not discovered the truth before. 1 '"' You'll be satisfied that all the;jj good things you have read or " -H heard of Pearline are true-if '". you've heard bad, you'll be satis- . J fied 'twas false. There's hundreds 1 of uses for Pearline be side the laundry and house-cleaning for washing dishes, china, glassware, silver.straw hats, felt hats, bead trimming.., marble, bronzes, oil paintings. and some unscrupulous grocers are offering which they claim to be Pearline. or "the , same as PearUne.'L..lT'S FALSE thev are not. and If you suffer from Headache, Nausea, Mala ness, Falntncss, Alternate Costlveness -and Diarrhoea, Yellow Complexion, Weakness, Ach ing Shoulders or any other symptom of bilious ness or Liver Complaint, procure a bottle of B. B. B., which will correct the dogged condi tion of the Liver, cleanse the blood of all im purities and tone up the entire system., It is an acknowledged fact by all who have used BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS THAT ONE BOTTLE CONTAINS MORE CURATIVE PROPERTIES THAN GALLONS OF ANT OTHER MEDICINE KNOWN. A Horrible Condition. I was in a horrible condition from dyspepsia and a mmbtnatlon of other complaints. In tbe morning when I got out of bed it seemed as If I could not stand up on acconnt of dizziness. Hearing Burdock Blood Bitters high ly recommended, I am now using the first bottle, and, although not having; used quite a full bottle, the dizziness has entirely disappeared and I am much better of my other complaints. I have tried many other medicines, witanorelief. 'T'lBS- Mam CnACNcrr, S2S E. Ransom St., Salamszoo. Mich, I had been troubled with T.li Complaint. Indigestion and Palplta Ition of the Heart for five or six inn nd could get nothing to do me any ood until I tried B.B.B. I used 13 Dotties ana now I am a sound man. I feel better than I ever did In my life. My digestion became all right and I have no more trouble with my heart. I feel very grateful toward B. B. B. and feel like recommending It every where. Yours respectfully, Frank HlCKK AS. New Btraltmrfllr Prr THIS8PRINQ. I have been taking Burdock Blood Bitten and using it in my family this spring. For throe years-1 h ave bad tbe dyspepsia. I got i bottle or two of your Bitters and they hava cured me, and I never felt better In my life. It is a sure cure for dvspepsia, and best medicine I know of. H. ScnuLETH, Covert, Mich. " .-;' Ti ..Li ,.-. : , ' ' -C nr.Wc onrl VnnnA ,fi,". v. ' - V - Wlw U1IU A A JL J JL A J 1' V V A M4 ' 'S&4 b.T!I- 1 - -.ii $1, or $l(gl ;: & am ' -i Vl?5ltji 7ttiHr ,3il- '.' ' ftWHE - ' -V" ' . - Bf ''.f ' ' ''-'' C'SpH' .JKwB-'J " ' 3Ji&m . . -r-i4Pi- --- ."- .... . 3 - jJitKs . -,-- ''-:,sr-rJ f - - v--'"t' . j? .-,;.. .1 -?i .11, -"8-fe-ir.:. J '-' -- , - Mis--l ' " ' TT .rr!-?---ft 1-, 1 t(vLE- i.L.,1 f fe-rJEUH '- ' flBi . . & Kr ;.--?'. : -.'.. -awHli ' wl-f-B ' 'iffi xZsUBM ,4t ' "HHF TJPilM------i al- ' ' .irisf " -: (-lnF .is -jA !2$il :''.$: f ' il. ,-... .sir; .1- uV' 1H B v ' " .' SRRIIR .''-. '--'' rS-tHElB- 4 -S3i- .; S--i . j .v. iKCwi-ii v-H-R-r 4' .:":' rV K.