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THE OTPEB, DES M01NE8. AMONA, KW A, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14,1891, - MAtttuMAtf Bator '%6on6f Presents tti« Mine for PSHmftstet- nt H^vvABHiuOTONj ID. 0., Jafi. 6.—Frank W. Harriman \rill succeed James Ryan, as feostmaster ab Appteton. Representative Clark ha* had this case in hand for some time, and has given it careful consideration. (,' There Were three leading candidates- Hi H. Cook, John Bottenseck and Frank Hftrritaan— each with a strong support, ttnd each making a strong pull for the fcttize. For sotoe Unexplained reason the present democrat incumben k wa? protected hi the enjoyment of office for the full period of four years, which afforded abundant opportunity to get up booms. Congressman Clark has given all a fair hearing and considered the evidence that each could secure. His decision is in favor . of Harriman, whose petition is endorsed - by the most prominent citizRiis and busi* ness men of Appleton. Recommendations for Harriman's appointment weresub- ' mitted to the postmaster generm -"today, and the nomination will he sent to the senate Wednesday or Thursday. Ryan s term expires January 10, but as jhe confirmation and process of qualifying generally requires two week's time, Ryan will bold over. Mr. Harriman is a son of the late Judge J. E. Harriman, who for several years occupied the bench of the Otlta- gamie county court. On the death of Judge Harriman nearly two years "ago, the son succeeded to the bench by appointment. Mr. Harriman is a young man, his ug3 being something over 30, and is an active hustling business man and a lawyer, of Considerable ability. He is a native of Appleton. •. It is expected that the selection of Harriman will surprise a good many, but he ; is generally satisfastory. The contest has vbeen a vigorous one, but without creating antagonism, and but little bitterness has gf( been displayed. AN KVIDENCK OF BIJAVEBY. 'f Captain Wallace us roiiud After the llnttl of .Wounded Knee. LKA.NENWOKTII, Kas., Jan. 5.—A letter from the Pine Eidge agency details somo hitherto unknown facts concerning tho death of Captain Wallace at Wounded Knee. After the fight the letter states. Captain Wallace was found at the entrance of an _ Indian lodge with five dead warriors lying near him, each corpse showing a bullet wound. Five of the chambers of the cautain's revolver were empty, aiid it is presumed that Wallace killed five Indians befo/e he was overcome. ..•,v>- : MATUUEI? AT MAUSTONV Seymour Bnsforcl \Vln» a, YOUIIR duly uiul •."•'••a Hotel. MATJSTON, Wis.. Jan. 2.—Seymour 'Pas- ford, a prominent .young business man ot this city, junior member of the firm oi Basford Bros.;,was Mans ton house parlors;last nigliifto'Mrs M. E., Craig, the landlady of the hotel, in ; the presence ef 'a'.small party: of immediate relatives and friends. The firm.'name of the hotel management has bean Graig & Fullford and will • hereafter be Basford & Fullford. Mr,'Basford's reputation us a successful business man ensures the traveling public a.eontimiation of the present excellent management of ;the'-Mansion jiouse. .; • •'. A Green couuty farmer who deeded r.ll his property to his jbildren is haul hi g rails for a -living: A father can support twelve children, but twelve^children some times find it quite 'difficult t*o support one father.—Kansas City Star. Senator Joseph M. Carey of the now state of Wyoming, who has just taken his seat in the upper house, is physically' the largest nia.h in the senate. ' Rheumatism, N. Ogden, Mich., May I/, isoo. "A half holt!* or your In vn luulilo medicine, Kl. Jiu-ulj* OH, cured mo uf rheumatism and rheumatic swelling of the knee. It is the best in the universe." J. M. L. POltTKR. Neuralgia, Iluguretown, Sid., Apr 11 21,1500. "T, anil cithers of my family, have used St, Jacobs Oil for neuralgia and found it a speedy, efl'ective cure." Mns. AGNES KELI.EY. IT HAS j For II ou do not It may become eon- ) ) aunipll i. Fur Ci»mniii]>tion, Scrofula, ) j QeiterV Debility and tt'Hutiuy Dlscitaca \ tUoro \ nothing llku Of Pure'Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES C»f Socle*... Jl Is rilmnst ns pulivtnlilo as milk. Far botior Until othor uo-callod EmulBlcma. | A wciuctorlul Hush producer. im> jvior Imitations, dot thv dRATEFUU-COMFORTlNCJ. BREAKFAST, "By A thoroush knowled^t of the natural law» which KOvero tbe operatl'ini of dleostlon and autrk 0 >n, and by a cw«:ul appllontlon uf tho fin* proper tl««of vvel,-» lootoJ Cocoa, llr. Kp 13 ban prorldrd bur bre*lc(a*C tablei wlta a d»lloat»ly flufourotl bay «ra«e \rbloh ma/ >av* us uiauy btary dootort' bill* ItUby UicjudlolQU* ua» of iuob' >rttolti ol dlul that »uomUtuUo» may OD gr dimlly uullt upuatll itronc enouKh (a r«<>li6 ertry Unuenoy to Jl«*a»o, Huudi'adj or lubUw raaladtat Art tloailaj arouna ui roatly to iutaols wlior«»Br tlteri la * woak pi> at. W* may enojipt many a ratal abaft by keeping aur- ItlTM w»ll fortllUii orlth nur* blor^d a d H proiwly anurlehecl frame."—"CVu« UtrviM a««•»*," Mado (Imply vrl(b oollli« w»Wr or ind'c. Fold 'l\ only tu aalf-iiouad tlon, "jr &co«VrB, labrlle'i tbui: li, JAAI^tfFt'tt (fcCO.. Hoinosepatbto OSn-miuto. |f i i fitllittl, KNOt.»1'i ' , Jmlige^tfon, J'J Jlqalwil'e, ''all y«» apWB« «r »*»1 * Tit's Pills SATELLITES OF THE STARS. Oni- Vast tMitetse May be Only in Its Infancy arid Not in Its Dotage. Procyofij anothet flfst ffiagutturte stftf, has ftti invisible cotfipafiiofi; ftfid with .the hew methods ofreseatcti sotoetihg roay be learned of its size and distance. We do not here refer to tho recent discoveries concerning Mizar in Ursa Major, and Beta Anric», because those stars, situated nt distances of 140,000,000 miles and 8,000,000 , respectively, are luminous bodies, and con- i sequently cannot resemble .planets In their Discoveries Jtfttle by the Spectroscope, i p rese ,,t physical condition. * * i • i it _ I • _ _ _1 AT I, 2 ._ Shed New Light on the Siderial Heavens. Settle Orbs 1,000,000 times Larger Than the Earth and 50,000 . Times Heavier. One of the most fascinating questions that astronomical discoveries have ever raised is whether plahets revolve in the light of all or any ot the millions ot! stars scattered through space. It has been demonstrated that many, and probably most of the stars are suns greater by far than our sun at givers of both light and heat. Mr. Lockyer's speculations as to the meteoritic origin of the celestial bodies umy lead us to think that mnny of the stars are, as yet, merely clouds of meteors and not tiny solar bodies; bat this does not alter the fact that their luminousity exceeds the sun's or that, no matter what their present condition may be, they will ultimately reach a stage of development Closely resembling that of the sun. if the stars are meteor-born, so is the sun. And if the greater majority of the stars are as yet only condensing- swarms of meteors, then we are led to the most interesting conclusion that the universe, taken as _ a whole, is in its infancy rather than its adolescence, much less its dotage. ^ It is common to hear people speaV of the possibility of the stars being inhabited. This can only be granted upon the supposition that the inhabitants dwell on planets revolving upon the stars, for modern studies of the sun have completely upset Herschel's idea that the heat and light of the solar orbs come to us from an envelope of very clouds surrounding a cold and habitable globe. It is not easy to resist the single argument, from analogy in favor of the existence of such planets, especially if we admit that the same laws of development which produce our solar system are in operation throughout space. Recent discoveries of spiral nebula, closely resembling in aspect some of the stages of existence through which the sun's system must once have passed if tlie nebular hypothesis is well founded, _grently strengthen this view of the case. The phenomena oil double and multiple stars not only furnish evidence of <be extension of the Jaw of gravitation to other,' systems, but demonstrate the existence of stellar assemblages whose members sustain to one another relations similar to those which bind our planets.'to tne sun. Still there has been hitherto no discovery of any body that could properly be called a planet revolving around any of the stars. The well-known double stars are simply pairs of suns, each shedding its light and heat upon the other, while b'btb. revolve around their common center of gravity. In the case of triple stars-we find something closly analogous to the phenomena presented by the sun, the earth and the moon. The moon revolves around the earth, and the earth, carrying the rnobn with it, revolves around the sun. Just so in a triple-star system we behold one star revolving around another, and the two together revolving around a third. The resemblance goes even further, for the smallest star of the three revolves around the second in size, and that in its turn around the Iwgest. Another step, however, and the analogy breaks down, for the earth and the moon are opaque bodies simply reflecting the light of the sun, while all the members of a triple-star system are solar orbs. Moreover, the earth and the moon are practically almost infinitesimal in magnitude as compared with the sun, while the smaller stars in the triple systems are coiuparativtily larce bodies. In the matter of distance, too, there is a wide difference, the components of multiple stellar systems being generally separated from one another by tar greater distances than that of the- earth from the sun. But some recent discoveries are calculated 10 awaken the hope that we shall eventually obtain at least a partial solution ol the question of the existence of planets in the sidereal systems, says the New York Sun. The spectroscope, which has achieved so many wonderlul things for the astronomers, has again proved their friend in this case, and, aided by photography, has detected the existence of double stars so close that no telescope could possibly separate them to the eye. More than that, some of the stellar doubles tnus discovere_d consist of a luminous star and a non-luminous one. We have but to adopt a different phraseology, suggested by analogy, and these strange couples are presented to our minds as sun and planet. Perhaps the most remarkable of these int3resting doubles is the celebrated star Algol, the periodic variations of whose light have been known and watohed for centuries. Professor Voeel's spectroscopic investigations indicate that there is a dark body revolving around the star in a period of less than three days, and at a distance of about 8,250,000 miles. According to computations bused upon the data obtained by Vogel the diameter of Algol is 1,116,000 miles, or 256,000 miles greater than that of our sun, while he diameter of its strange companion, or satellite, is 840,000 miles, being 20,000 miles less than the sun's. But the density of those huge bodies is singularly slight, so that their combined mass is only two- thirds as great as that of the sun. From this it is easy to see that the dark member of the system, the planet if we mfiy so call it, is more than a million times as large as the earth, and about 50,000 times as heavy. There is one consideration, independent of its slight density, which would seem to dispose of the possibility that this stranfo planetary consort of Algol can harbor living bmuga. Another star that has a close companion, which, although itself invisible, reveals its presence by the effects of its attvaction upon its brilliant neighbor, is Spica, the leader of the constellation Vigor, and one of the roost beautifpl stars in the heavens. Here there is no such eclipsing of the light of Spica by the dark attendant as occurs with Algol, and the data thus obtained is far less complete than those of the last-named star. It would seem, however, that in this instance also the planet, if planet it be, 'js of enormous deniinsions and revolves very close to its primary, the distance being estimated at from 8,000,00 to 6,000,000 miles. Bigel, the splendid twinljler in the left foot of Orton, fias also given indications that it has a close and, invisible ealtellite of as yet unknown dj mejisiojis. It has Jopg keen known t) It will be noticed that in every case the dark bodies discovered among the Etars, which, by a stretch of the imagination, may be likened to planets, are of great magnitude as compared_ with the planets of our solar system. This rriay iiot be as serious anjobjection to their irhabilnlity as their nearness to their primaries is; and yet, according to our teirestrial experience, a globe 50,000 times as heavy as the earth and 100 times as great in diameter would make a strange abode. On such a globe an average son of Adam would weigh not less than 700 or 800 pounds, urn ICAS his dimensions were proportioned to the intensity of gravity, in which case he would be only between a foot and fifteen' inches tall. It is more remarkable, however, to supuose that some unthought of peculiarity "in organization, such as the slight density of the planet readily suggests, would enable the man to be at the same time imposing in stature and graceful and agile in movement, for the imagination finds something repugnant in the idea of a race of lively pigmies constituting the population of a planet of the most majestic proportions. At no time in its history has the outlook for astronomical discovery been more promising than it is at present, so that one can hardly be too sanguine in expecting that these recent advances, which have partially lifted the veil from the inner mysteries of the starry _ systems, are but preludes to still more inteiesting discoveries which may reveal the existence of unmistakable planets rejoicing in the Jight and smiling with life as our earth rejoices and smiles. ILLUSIONS OF GREAT MEX. Great Ions of the fmnglnatlon, and Strange Things Been. Pope saw an arm apparently come through the wall, and made inquiry after its owner. Goethe states that hd one day saw the exact counterpart of himself coming toward him. Byron of ten received visits from a specter, but he knew it to be a creation of the imagination. Dr. Johnson heard his mother call his name in a clear voice, though she was at the time in another city. Baron Emmanuel Swedenbprg believed that he had the privilege, of interviewing person in the spirit woild. Loyola, lying wounded during the siege of Pampeluna, saw the Virgin, who encouraged him to prosecute his mission. Descartes was follow ed by an invisible person, whose voice he heard urging him to continue his researches after truth. Siir Joshua Reynolds, leaving his house, thought the lamps were trees and the men and; 'vomen bushes agitated by the breeze. Ravaillac, while chanting 1 the "Miser- ere" and "De' Profundis," fondly believed that the sounds he emitted were of the nature and had the full effect of a trumpet. ; Ben Jonsoii spent the watches of the night an interested spectator of a crowd ot Tartars, Turks and Roman Catholics, who rose up and fought round his armchair till sunrise. Bostok, the physiologist, saw figures and faces, and there was one human face constantly before him for twenty-four hours, the features and headgear those of a living person. as distinct as A WONDERFUL CLOCK. Its Peculiar Meclinulsiii Sliows tlie Moon's Age, Miikas €liaiiK<;n Cor Long and Short months, etc. Another marvelous piece of mechanism has recently been exhibited in Paris. It is an eight-day clock, which chimes the quarters, plays sixteen tunes, playing three tunes every hour, or at any interval •required, by simply touching a spring. The- hands go as follows: One once a minute, one once an hour, one once a week, one once a month, and one once a year. It shows the moon's age; rising and setting of the sun, the time of high and low tide, besides showing half ebb and half flood. A curious device represents the water, showing ships at high water tide as if they were in motion; and, as it recedes, leaves them high and dry on the sands. The clock shows the hour of the day, the day of the week, the day of the month, and the month of the year. The mechhnism is so arranged as to make its own provisions for long and t-hort months. It also bhows the signs of the nodiac, equation, and the difference between sun and railroad time for every day in the year. An ISxccptloii. "Is it true," said an old toper to a physiologist, "that thehuman body is composed of 85 per cent water^'and 15 per cent, solid matter?" "Ordinarilly that is the case, but there are exceptions," "Indeed," "Yes; your body forms one of theui." "How so?" "Well, you see, while it is true that the human body contains liquid and solid matter in the proportions jou have montioned, the liquid is not always'w^ter' Your case, as 1 before observed, is one of these. I should say your i.body is composed of.10 per cent, solids and 80 per cent beer and whisky." —Texas Sittings. Mediocrity always copius tupiftoi-Uu. 'Dobbins'. Klcflrk'. Soup, ilrst mudo in 1805, lias lici-n hntlnUul niDi'u than any soup made. Ask yotu' f>-ri>cur fur J)ubblnit' Eluclnc Soap, till otliur Klui'trlcs, Elec'trielty, Magnetics, uk-., tire IniltnUiins. The ftjmh of 1'ersla 1ms a passion for pho^ liiynipliy, mid whuruvur he gous Is aruom- [wniril hy ii court photographer with a '•:niuT:i nhvtiytt ready. Are Ton Golnj; Snath T If go, you should look into,the advantages presented by the Louisville & Nashville K. R. this winter. There are now three trains daily to Florida and the southeast, with through sleepers to southern cities; from Cincinnati and Louisville through to Jacksonville and Tampa, 1'la., without change; from St. Louis and Kvansvillo to Jacksonville without change; from Louisville to Chuttunoo^a and Atlanta without ehungu. For Information us to rates, routes, etc., write to Geo. L..Cross, N. w, Vase. Aguul, 233 Clad; St^ Chh'ai.i'0, 111. ' . Carl Selling's inuuiiei' is still vivacious, !.!s smile genial uml his \ul ready. His hair too, retains iauch of its original wan* ii, iu spite ot coiultig frost Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, tlio best coiijrh euro. It will cure your conghs and folds. It will cure sore (lilvmt or a tickling in the throat, it will onre pains in the chest. It will euro Influcnzit and bronchitis and nil diseases pertaining to tlio Ittnirs because it Is a pure balsam. Hold it to the light and see liow clcnv and thick it If. Yon will sec tlio cxcelliint effect after tiiki""- Ihc Ilrst dose. Larjye bottles 50cents Ml I SI. T.I.TC in-.- iiiu.v iibiiiit Uvcnly really great d u'.mndu in iho world. The most famous o I hem have conic, from Oolconda and lira- z :. hut the largest are from the South Afri- c.n lick's. We are reminded by one of our ex-' changes that the father of medicine recommended as a healthful practice, that a person on arising in the morning, should run in a circle for half an hour, clothed in the garb of Adamt In city houses it wAuld have to be a pretty small circle, and in some of our fla^s, there would only be room enough to jump up and down, but 'the advice is good,—to give_ the skin every day an air bath while keeping up enough muscular exercise and hand rubbings to avoid catching cold. The skin is not -as much of a breathing apparatus as the lungs, but a breath ot fresh air once a day is a good tonic for it.—Dr. Foote's Health Monthly. It is not generally known that ink-stains can readily be removed from the fingers with the head of a. parlor match.- Moisten (the ink-stained spot and rub it gently with the head of the match, keeping tho skin wet so that it will not bo burned. STAUT THIS NEW YRAH rlsjht by subscribing to Thu Youth's Companion. Nearly half a million families take it now. The first, number of the volume for 18i)l la a Double New Year's number, of twenty pages, with colored cover. It contains a new serial for boys, entitled "Kent llamviden," by Kebeccn Harding Davis, and Capt. C. A. Curtis has ben-mi u serial story of adventure on tho Mains. There arc also five complete stories bcs-ides nnecdotes and humorous and instructive ni'llcles for every oi?u of the household. It comes every . week, is finely Illustrated, and costs but $1.75 a year. Scud for sample coi y. Address, THE YOUlii'S COMl'ANION, Boston, Mass. \Villlnm Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo; Bill, was born in Chester, PH., and comes of good old Quaker stock. Both his father aiid luother were Quakers. IT is cruel to neglect symptoms of worms In a child. Many cases of epileptic Ills can be traced to this source. You do your duly when yon give it Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers. It will snve tlie child. It is understood that when T. P. O'Connor returns to the other side he will establish, a weekly newspaper in London, possibly a Sunday paper. ' DcuriiuHS Can't bo Cured by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of tlie cur. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inllamed condition of the mucus liuinj' of tho Euslacliian Tube. When tins tube gets inllamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and ivhon it is cnliruly closed Deafness is tlie result, and unless tlie inflammation can bo taken out nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an inllamed condition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Scud for circular?, free. F. J. C11KNKY & CO., Toledo, 0. jggTSold by Druggists, 75c. The new villa of Senator Jones at Santa Monica, Gal., overlooks tlie ocean and ad- joluiiig it is his 30.000-ncre ranch. The IVmlos JiullKlilutl. The pleasant effect and tlie perfect safety ivilli which ladie.-i may use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Fiys, under all conditions make it Ihelr favonie remedy. It is pleasing to lint eye and to the tiisle, gentle, yet effectual iu acting on the kidneys, Jiver and bowels. Tlie empress of Kussia is forly-lhrco years old. Shu is the second daughter of the Danish king and Is three years younger than the princess of Wales, her sister. Tlie best cougli medicine is 1'lso's Cure for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 25c. Vice-President Proctor, of the Singer Sew- Ing Machine company, is reported to be Worth $25,000,000. He shared the inventor's E overly with him and afterwards married is daughter. Singer's original capital was $50, which grew to bo S30,000,000. FOB COUGHS AND THROAT DISOR- DEHS use Bitowjj's BKONCIIIAJ, TKOCHES,— "Have never changed my mind respecting them, except I think heller of that which I began thinking well of."— Ifev. Henry Ward Beceher, Bold only in boxes. Jules Verne is noiv a handsome man of sixty, with head and beard qnile g'i'ay and with eyes which sparkle with all the lire of twenty. ^ "AM. Is fine that is clean." Simple homes made bright with SAPOLIO are better than tawdry palaces. Sapolio is a solid cnko of Scouring Soup, Try it. The white house children are not so old as they are usually thought to be. "Baby Ale- Kee" is three years old, and his sister Mary is only two, BKECHAM'B PIT.I.S cure Sick-Headache. A president's expenses amount in four years to about $80,000. His income for tho eame period being $200,000, it is not difficult to see that lie lias au excellent chance to start a bunk account. • Special Sulo. For tho benefit of those who expect to purchase n piano in the near future, I wish to announce Iliat all pcr.sons who liny early will save a large percentage. I have no agents nor solicitors, ifiul therefore can make it an object and will sell Uie llncst line of instruments nt grc'.iler reduced prices than any house in the Northwest. Catalogues free. Correspondence solicited. Terms to sult-evcryljody. KliMUM) GltAM, 207 and g(l!) Grand Aye., Milwaukee. Bismarck's autobiography will appeal' early next year, and will be printed iu Paris to avoid auy restriction by tliu Gorman gov- I« of two kluds, uouto ami chronic. The former U uccompunioil by high fever, and In the swolleu joints Ihoro IB lutonua pain, which often Budiltfnl/ changes from ana putt of the body to another, Chrcmio rueumattfin is without fever and 1106 so •evere, but more continuous, und liable to come on at every storm or after slight exposure. Rheumatism it known to be a disease of the blood and Hood's Suruaparllla has had great success in curing it. This medicine posseaues qualities which neutralize acidity, and purify, enrich end vitalize th« blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $1; six for 15. Prepared oaly by 0.1. HOOD « CO., Apvthecurios, Lo.w«ll, Mais. * IOO Poses OneJOpllar THi GREAT INGUSH TCM1W, BEEGHAM'S PILLS For 'Bilious aft Nervous Disorders, "Worth » Guinea a Pox" but soW for 35 Cents, You've tried Dr, Pierce's favorite Prescription have yoti and you're disappointed. The results are not immediate. And did you expect the disease of years to disappear in a week ? Put a pinch of time in every dose* You would not call the milk poor because the cream doesn't rise in an hour ? If there's no water in it the cream is sure to rise, If there's a possible cure, Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription is sure to effect it, if given a fair trial. ! You get your one dollar it costs back again if it don't benefit or cure you. 1 We wish we could give you the makers* confidence. They show it by giving the money back again, in all cases not benefited, and it'd surprise you to know how few dollars are needed to keep up the refund. \ Mild, gentle, soothing and .healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. 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Any Hook tnnllftl, posl-pnhl, for retail prtct. LYON & HEALY, Chicago. OLIVER DITSON COMPANY, Boston. CATALOGUE, SEEDS, PLANTS, BULBS, ETC. Money nmdc by buying my seeds. 35 pkts. f 1.00. 2c to 5c pkt. Presents with every order Send postal card with name and address Tor catalogue. A. R. AMES, Madison, Wti. The OMe«t Medicine In the World to probably UK. ISAAC THOMPSON'S CE:LEBRATEB EYE-WATEB. This nrtlclo Is n carefully prepared phyniclnn'l pr» Bcrlptlon, nml Imn been In cnimtant line for Hourly fl oentury. Thoro nro fow dinonseti to which raauklnfl are Bulijoct more dlstrnmilnpt than Bore eye«, an« none, piirhupa, for which more rnntoilleB Imvobeen tried without HUCCUSH. 1'or nil uxternnl Infliimraatlon of thooyonit In nil tnfnlllble rmnody. If the dire* Holm mi! followed It will no»er full. We pnrtlaularlf invite Iho nltanllon of pliyHlclnim to its inorlti). Fo» sulu by nil ilruKKlutB. JOHN L. THOIU'SON, 80NB & CO., TIIOY, N. Y. Established IIUI. ROAD^CARTS ONLY $10 ^•ywtrT**^ ^*v1'l |t; Went mill ttOH«*t » ; rlc» FREE of Any Ciirtft Mbrift, .15, IMS, *"<> nnil *8K. Top liucclco, only *M>.OO. llururim *T.M> un<l *I«.(IO. Vmgns. AnvlU. Vlsoi, Safu, RuwitH , Scitln of «ll v»rl«tl«* RRT'O money anil nenrt for Price Llrt. CHICAGO SCALE CO., OMi<nir<>. 11Uti<>l». 1). S. A. THE-.'POSITIVE CURE BLY BUOTHKRS, 06 Warron St., We\v York. Trico no cts , THE ORIGINAL AND GENUIIJC. The only Safe, Sure, and reltableP\\l for sale. Ludlc*. iixli Drng^tat for Chlcne.Rtcr's JSngllak Diamond llrand In Hod nnd Gold metallic boxes soiilcd with blue-ribbon. Take no other kind. Jtcfnse Substitution* and Imitations. All pills in pasteboard boxes, pink wrappers, nro dnnqrcroiiH counter felts* At Druggists, or send nf 4c. in Ktamps for particulars, toatltuoulula, and "Itcllct* lor Ladle**" tn tetter, by return Mult* 10.OOO Testlmonlalfl. A'amu Paper. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL Co., Mmlliion Sqimre, Sold by all liot-dl Drugalttta* J'JHfjAfH'-Xi'HZAa J'Ai P ISO'S E1CMEU V FOlt CATAKRH.—Best. Easiest to use. Cheapest. Kellcf Is immediate., A cure Is certain. Cold In tlie Head It has no equal. It Is an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied to Uie It is an Ointment, ol which a small particle is appll nostrils. Price, EOc. Bold by druggists or sent by mall. .' .Address, K. T. HAZELTINI, Wan Warren, P», Before you buy 5.nyi'hing.a.sktwo questions* "Do i rs5.H\^^^l-a f AK^fe:..Ca,n 1 do-'" il" these quesVio.rii|l^^l(roay make you richr butthey wjll nevef^;S?jpreven b you from buyinip£3 i AP0 LJ O t ^^n^ss^^ Its uses are many and so are Us friends,; for where U is once used U is always used. To dean house luitlioub U is sheer folly, since U does Hie worli IW'UM as fast and twice as well. DETECTIVES Wanted In every County to act In thu Secret Service iintlcr instnir.Uons from Cajit. Qrnnimn, cx-Cliief ot Dolcctivcs ot Ciiicini'nli. Kx.|inrien<:u n<it iieceahary. I'lirticularsfrco. Address GIUNNAN JiL-fEtTIVK 11UUKAU CO., 44 ArcaJo, Cluiilinmtl, U. Bend for ciroulur. 'MKRT TO TK.\VK«.. We to tlOOn inontlt nud enpeusBB. ELLINGTON, iludlaoii, Wii. .uy"*6U ddrosa ' " ' 1 presurioo and fujl'' in* ('TUB Big (J as tbo-..Jl). »pftclfi( foi thocertniacurf of . Ct. H. IN'JBAUAM.M. D. Amsterdam, jr. V We have old Blu Q l» muiiy yekta, and it lot i;H'CMi the bust o< eallf- ruction. D. B. DYCHB&CO., OUIeugo, 11J. S I .Oft. Rnlrt li •- young inL'ii and 'wotneit in countiy owe their Hves, lieulth uir their happin Rldir.-'a Food, tholr dMly diet luluncy and Cblldliuud ha> PATENTSii PATRIOK O'FAlUtHLT., Atl'y nt lanw. Wuah., 1). (!. I" fl T ff"m l/f\ H(i<luceill6to25pouud« nor I. II I LI 11 If V month by linrinlena heruul r H I rill I\ I) remudlea. No Btun-lm?, 110 I II B V \Jf &ma \ \Jf InuoavtiitioMct). (Jonliilout- inl. Send Co. for olrvulnrx mid tisslimoiimlH. AUdreuj UK, O. W. F. BNYDKIt, 243 SUta St., Chicago, 111, Name this puper whan you vvi'lto. f «nred. JBoojw hamtjl POTJI!I,E Brewh-koidtrl ^7,76. BIFLESJM9I PISTOLS 16« k Allkludl cheaper thaq JuUtwlicre. Uebrevou "buj, fond 8Ump for Cataloiiie- AAUrvan jroweiL&cLEHW, I ISOMolnlSli-i'.'l, Clucliimitl, Ohio. STEREuPTICONS CHfCACO, MAfilR UNTERiE 15—Vi Our IUu«tr»t»il OATAI.OOUS 1 Scroll S*wa. l>e*i{rni, Aluglo L»n- terns. 8k»te<, Uoxlag Olove«, »t& Jt^-Hend stump for our No, 409 Cntaloi^af. iTHE JOHN WILKINSON D0, f • M9 * ?71 $ttt« St., CMc»jo, W. A new method of compoaudlnif Tar. SURE CURE for PILES, SUTRKEKNl tt r iVJ^teiKflmf'uf 8 a^r^Tg^hsi** TAU-UID CO , I <> Baodolph St., Chlcaeo, fries 5 1 ... _ to i-7<!»t foot remedy tor ratfe'" r i lug $'ie f«et SWALHIW. i«r*wt ° r y ovurjwhero. or Bout frm 1111 recu 6»mplo pwfcuKO rrou in > •-' ^i^

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