A Michigan Central Railroacl Employee Wins His Case after Seven Years' Contest. Wüile employed as agent of fchè Michigan Central railroad eotnpany at Augusta, Mich., iriy kidneys beeajne diseased, and from an impoverished and impure state of tlie bloud, iny general liealth was entirely undenniired. I I consulted the leading pbysicians of this city and Aun Arbor, and all pronounced my case Biïghfs disease. In October last, I began taking Ilibbard's Rheuniatic Syrnp, and am to-day a well man. It alïords me pleasure to render snffering humanity any good tbat L can, and 1 wisli to say th at I think it the greatest blood.kidncy and liver medicine in the vvorld. E. Larzilere, Agent M.C.K.K., Albion, Mich. Sold by all druggists. Repared only by the Charles Wriglit Medicine Co., Detroit, Mich.