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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 189Z.
Foilewers of Damon and Pyihias Id^Conference.
GRANDLODGE OF MONTANA
The First Day's Sasalon-Vlt Itlnir^Knights Uthur M.ut. rs Irani-^pinng at the Cardan
Rpe L^l to the Standard.
Miattoi'LA,May 111. -The seventh an-^nui^jH'Mtiuii uf Hie Gran.I I. tlgo of Mon-^tana, K. of ]'., was railed to oritur hy^Grand Chancellor John L. Mo.un ut :^-M^tbla morniiiH. After an hour a]MM InV^a^^it ins and SwSasMafliM r^^iirli-sios, Hon \V.^M. Uickforri, 011 In-half ot Laurel loilun^No. It and the cilii ns of Mmaoula, wol-^conieil tho visitors in a very appropriate^^ peeh. It wan responded to in Ixh.ilf of^the grand kadge t^^ Dr. J.S. Maramomlof^Hutie, whose remarka were very favor^^ably received. The loiltp. then proceeded^tohuBllless aud excluded all tueiubera nut^entitled to be present. The (.'rand nllieers^in attenilauee are; J. S. Hammond, P.^ti, ('., Hutte; John I.. Sloan*-, U. ('., Mis-^aoula; J. II. Gallagher, G. V. C , Hutu: ('.^H. Whitney, G. I'., Miles City; B. H. Tal-^eoll, G. M. of I! , I-ivilin-ton ; Jacob l.oeh,^G. K. of K. and .s^ Helena; I.K Kirby,
G.M. at A., Anaconda; K. A.^Winstniiley, G. 1. G.t Missoula;^Geo. Kitchen,' G. O. G., Hutu-;
Delegatcaami ulternatot entitled to^acuta Irom the rctpirtire loilgea uru a*^followa:
DamonNo. 1^nutte- GeorgcC. Kitchen,^George l'ascoo, A. N. Yonder. F. rJ'hotii^ *.
PythagorasNo. Hot* mull^ K. II.^Krbumukrr, 11. P. McNauglitoti, YV. G.^Alexander, John Dahlmg.
MyrtleNo. I Waif M. L Walker,^C. i W. i hrinpsou, William Muth.W. K.^Cox.
lvanhoeNo. I^Itiitto^Roliert !'. Tur^^ner, J. S. Hammond, J. A. Loiightulf, W,
ValleyNo. O^Dcrr Lodge^Kmil Han-^ten, Martin Gleiihun, J. 11. I ^ wings,James^II. WilU.
CrusaderNo. 7^Milea City^A. H.^SwiTilfeger, J. U. t ullins, Lee Liartibrrg,^O H. Lauaing.
OrcidentNo. 8-Dillon^Isaiah CubIi-^more, Charlm It. II. n. I.. J. Nelson, A. J.^Kife.
OswegoNo. 9^Hutte-C. II. Sinitb. W.^J. Alexander, C. T. Lnina*. George L.^Lapp.
YellowatonrNo. 10-1. vingBton- KraiiU^Henry, J. J. ttei kt y, Gi urge lvnight, \\ .^E. Tboui|^a^n.
LaurelNo.l 1- Mistculn^Gi orgo Hrigg*^'J ylar It. Thompson.
ChevalierNo. l-'^Chotrnu^Alfred J.^C. Wartirr, J. Emerson Waiualey, A. U.^Hamilton, Jarob Sclimi.lt.
MolilaliaNo. Ill^Anaconda^George^nail, Charlea Uerlsch, W. f. Boye-, M. J.^FnzPatrick.
CalanthoNo. M^ Walkcrville^Sam^Matthews, N. J. Scott, II. W. Giuliani,^WalU r Rodger.
EvergreenNo. lfi- Maryst-illc -J. It.^MrKiiligan, J. 1'. Airly, '1. II. King, G.^Edwarilaon.
BullionNo 17^Wickea^E. It. D. an, \\ .^M. Uuliard. Jarob Sharp, S. M^ Kee.
CataractNo. 18 -Great Mia H Itmg-^walil. Mi i i r Harris, A. E. Diekcrman, C.^N. Dirkinaou.
I'hilipxburgNo. 11)-Philipsburg^Den^Titer, M. Hi Hryuu. Win. \\ cinalciu, M.^E. Edwards.
MountainNo. ^1^Granite^Thonuis^Treaveallc, Win. I'. 1'cursoii, Hun Anns,^J. C. Argail.
ParkNo. 11* Itcd Lodge M. Wataoti,^Martin Wo.nl, John Hay, Jumes Queen.
GlendiveNo. ^i-Glelldivr^John Tay^^lor, J. E. Walter.
IvyNo. M Helena ^Hen E. Harris, W.^C. Kiddle, Win. Del. try. C. J. Kimi i.
HigTimbrr No. lii^Cokcilah^-lleiituii^Hatch.
Thoproceedings wire opened with^Bong, after which Grand t'.niimaiiil.T^Johtt L. Sloaue, presennd Ins report,^giving words of cheer, camion and BSSSl^advice, followed by a more iiiiiiute report^of his ^ fllcial arts aud closing Willi thanks^for the honor winch had Urn conferred^upon him. The reports of G V.C.J. II.^Gallagher and of G. K. of H. ajai S,^Jucob l.oeb, were also received.
Alalsir union was instuuled last nigiit.^President W. E. Dreney ^it the Untie^Workingtneirs union, eoniliict.ug aaja^^monies. AIhiui tin uii'iubi rs were initialed^ami great enthusiasm was manifested.
Slier.IIHouston, win has returned from^the Fluihcail coiiuir)-, aajsj be docs not^believe Jorden was lynched lint w is talo n^to the woods by to ^urge 11;. nig. tt anil let^go. He believes he intended to kill^Hums utid not some other man as re-^|Hjriod.
Col.F. M. Malone of Miles i ity, travel^^ing freight ugeiit of the t hicag... Milwau^^kee A St Paul railroed. s here entertain-^ing friends with auerdotea. HeU await^^ing the arrival of AKsiatutil General^Freight A wen 1 M. J. Gott of the same^load, from the West, to-morrow.
ALOU i KOCH'S LYMPH.
CHOPS* IN CANADA.
Afhssrlui; RaBasSsf af Mat Vo l.I uf Fruit.^kuiI Cereals.^TORONTO. Out , May 111. The May bub^h tin of the bureau of industries giv.-e a^cheering f in caat ^ t the yield of funis and^grains. So linght an outlook, it says, has^not In en preaented lor many years for u^full wheulerop. I ii Ontario winter rye U in^fair condition. Of other grain crops lit^lie is said. There it a decrease in the^una of barley sown ow ing to the fear of^the MrKinley bill interfering with the^priee. Some fields foriuerlv devoted in^barley are sown in spring w heat, oats ami^treea. Fruit trees ami grain- vines came^through the w inter w. II, aud will likely^hare a large yield, lint little injury wu^^done by the recent frost.
HrrloiisIllota at Urand I. .pots anil Many^11 jari-ii
Gram*liAPius, Mich., May 19 ^Th*'^ttreet car strike cilininut.-d to-night in^three riots, in which seven men were hurt^seriously aud one. Janus E. Marshal,^conductor on the South Division street^line, fatally injured. Most of the rioting^ajsjaal at the corner of Tenth nvenu.^and South Division street, where a mob^tried to assault non-union men, and wi re^resisted by the strikers themselves, who^were at length ovirpowired and the car^was otrerturned and the driver was^knocked on the head and seriously in^^jured.
I'hilaUelphlsHospitals Discarding the I s*^nf tlir i luiil.
Pnii,Ai)F.LPiiiA,May 19.^A morning^newspapi r says that ill all of the hospi^^tals of the city the me of the Koch lymph^for the cure of tuberculosis in man and^rattle practically has been discontinued.^It is being ^ x im'rimenteiI with now only in^a few eases. Even in these t|n rial rases^the treatment of t ic lymph is becoming^narrower ami narrower in sco|^e. Resi^^dent physicians of tho hospitals say the^fluid bus proved to lie of such a small^value that, together with the great danger^attached to i xgieruncutulion, there is no^reason ill using it further.
Attho Home for Consumptive! at^Chcatnul Hill, and also at the male^brunch of that institution, 411 Spruce^street, the Korh lymph has la-en super^^seded by another treatment. Dr. William^M. Agnew, visiting physician of both^institutions, says that the lymph baa^failed utterly, except in one rase. The^new treatment that Dr. Agngw has insti^^tuted is one advocated by two Detroit^I hysiciaiis. It consists of inhalation of^chlorine and hyiKxlerinic niediealion ol^chloride of gold anil soda and a solution^ot Iodine. The value of this new treat^^ment has not yet been determined.
Atthe Jefferson hospital experiments^with the J^ nu ll have been brought to a^close. It is known that Dr. Da Costu^considered the remedy loo daugerous for^experiment, because there is uo certain^know ledge as to its la-si use.
Dr.J. William White says the fluid is^used in the I'nivcrsiiy hospital in selected^cases. The experiments, ha added, were^being confined to narrower fields stead^^ily. '1 he same statement is given by the^physicians at the German hospital. Ill^the rest of the hovpitula, where there have^been only a few experiments, the lymph^has become almost unknown. Tho tu-^ticreulosit commission of tin- veterinary^department of the University of Pennsyl^^vania has abandoned its experiments^with the lymph, and u majority of the^members ot the commission uio of the^opinion that both ua u curative and diag^^nostic agent the fluid is valueless. The^ci miuission is now at work oil its report,^giv ng the result ol its experiments,^which will be made public next week.^When the experiments by the commission^were In gen they attracted the attention^of the medical fraternity the world over,^it was thought that if as a diagnostic on^tula-rculosis rattle the lymph would be^cireciive, tlie spreatl of tuberruloels^would Ix- controlled hi a large extent.
I'rrshlentlllppolyt - Will 1'n-vciit an I'p-^rislng
NkwYokk, May 111 -Martial law bos^been proclaimed in Port an Prince.^Armed soldiers patrol the streets night^and day and no one is allowed to enter^oi leave the city without a passport. The^liaytiali rapilal is literally in u stale of^^ a ge and the cause of this condition of^all .Irs is the agnation caused by the sup^^porters of General Legitime, the deposed^president.
Tinsnews is contained in letters re^^ceived by merchants engaged in llaytian^trade in New York. It is also announced^that Firniiu, minister of finance ami^foreign uirairt in President iiip|^olyte's^cabinet, has resigned, though no expla^^nation of his conduct U given. The re^^port that an attempt was made on the life^of the president is ahsolttlely denied.
Thedeposed pres.detit, who is now so^^journing in Jam.hi' i. has, it is sai l, been^regularly posted on the work of his srcrel^emissaries. President iiippolyte, bow-^ever, has not been napping,und be is now^determined to nip the threatened uprising^in the bud uml ut the ^nine tune, if pos^^sible, bring the guilty ones to justice.
III.ithey r*y Inr Ilia I uru p.
Promtin1 Lawlslou Journal.
Oneof the earlier yormen of Hridgc-^tou w.it a piimpmaker, a good ciliii'ti,^but with ^no religious preferences.^ tine^day he was waited upon by one^ot the ehurrh ussesssors, who^handed him a bill for tie sup^^port of preaching. **l hain't hcurd no^preaching,^ said the old man, somewhat^surprised. ^Well, brother, it's your own^tault, then/' replied the churchman. ^It's^been accessible toull every Sabbath for a^year.'' He paid. Not long aft. r the^parisli received from him a lull for a^pump. ^We have bought no pump of^vou,^ was the answer. ^Well, then,^ n--^plicd the old gentleman, with u twinkle^in his eye, *'it's yonr sysjnj lault, for 1 have^been making them for years.''
Alasisou in A^ttS^iiuMiy.
Fromthe Koahekler Talisman.
1hey were young and romantic, and^although the minute hand was pointing^to I*.' o'clock, they stood upon tho porch^g.iEing at the stars.
That'sJupiter, deal, isn't it^^ she^murmured.
Y'rs,pel, and that is Siru^,^ he replied,^pointing to utiothcr star.
Areyou serlou*^ ' she cooed.
Hekissed her s^ vi ral l ine,. Then he^point, il upward and said:
i'hulV Mars, ih.tre.
Andthat's pa's, she wlns|^crcd, as a^footstep sounded inside, ami if the young^man hudu't scooted he would have seen^more stars th in ho ever dreamed of. Her^pa wears a 'I'-j with a brass toe.
CUTTO THE CORE.
News limn Yaiiou* Parts of the^I'iiioii.
Ntw V.uiK, May in.^ Iwoatnl a ipi.tttrr mil^^lion dol.ars iu gold emu were oitlerial to-dsy for
\\11 i t vM-roitr, I'rnn . May I'.i. f ount tm ^^SIS SI in hut toils' to tie- wist unit Hoi ill. No rain^kai fallen iii die t'll\ for tlltcc weeks uuu i he^ha) .ma l.cu || rapidI) tinman )tllow and^w mining
1ri soM, Arl/.. M iy f.'. IRMN Irvine to-^ilay apisiinliMl as Ari/ona woriil's fair e ^mmls^ikiatin i. C. MmmsUsi of Um ftstl ^u Map, It. I'.^Utoa n of Floreni ^-. s. p. i'i'lian of Piu-klev, and^H, .1. o'Nriiiof PreseaM.
NiwVoKk, May it' The denmrrer of the^New Hatag rallloa i directors to the ilidlelllli'lit^^ ti ll llllf IkM With keeping stoves iu their
s.imi, .ii i otilrai ^ to tin- ttaiutr, was nvrr-^lllleil. Hint tliey must l.uw staml It 1 1.
1'aiiih.Texas, say It' wliho -heriff IVrry^ana Mi ill-put V attempt. .1 to spill some w lnsk. y^lirouidil into all Ii.ill.ill erntoiy ueal Vlilleis li^^Jjagsal bowman Mi let aal UtM pt, the two lap^t.i ska) atM k.lleil tin oihi-iis. 1 in ii i del ^ rs^arte ai ii sn-.l
haI Kiiam isio. May Ml^The .-mini laaaapj^o( the H MM rn P.n ilii- MgMtk) tor ts-.i i H Jn^t
|S-U.|| lllnl shew s g| ,.ss eal ll llg* Of f s ii'.J.IInl,
anitn i. an-mi l Hi p-1IfMM year of ^ljsja^sjta^Alter tie intliiit 4'vpi-iiri s and cliaiges theie re-^naMtaaMaaaaal fj.Ks.oa, agalutt *i,346,ot)
hsowt.ll . Teiui , M^y li^. V.sti ido a^no.st itt'sprratc fglit is-riu red near st.h-kTt ^usr,^Ma.Ii-.in e llnu, N f , b-tw. . n oimg men.^rMtftl ICMBaa out a g.11 with w le m two o^the young tie ti wen. in love. Two of the in. n^^... 1.1 lot .in i .me eat with a MMC He u uot^rx|s rted to live.
EYESOF WILD ANIMALS.
Hsastsla Tfcslr Natural stats Pmm AU Mm*
Acur oii^ communication baa been^made to the ^Academic do Medicine^ by^M. Motait, of Angers,w lioso works on the^various diseases of the eye are highly^esteemed, says Murray'* Magazine. He^has closely examined the effect of cap^^tivity ou the sight of wild beasts, such as^lions, tigers, etc., and asserts that all ani^^mals in a tavago ttate are far-sighted.^The same remark applies to man in an^uuciviliiod atate, and even to those who^though civilized, follow avocations wbich^obi ge tin m to it main constantly in the^open air, tuch as sailors or farm laborers.
Thesame faculty exists in caged ani^^mals when they have been taken after^the uge ol G or ^ months; but when born^iu captivity, or kepi in cages when very^young, they In come near-sighted, which^M. Motais attrihuiea to tho narrow tpace^iii wbch they are confined, and the train^^ing which obliges them to follow the rye^of the keeper or tamer to obey his will.^T he near-sightedness of school children^may, in ins opinion, be ascribed to the^same cause^the habil of concentrating^the sight on one point, and the fact that^n.e power of the visual organ becomes^modified according to the requirements^to which it is subjected.
Ip srd How os In Market Valaas un tits^^ tork Kxelisnaw.
Nf.wY'okk,May 19.^The stock market^to-day gave prouiiae of a reaction from^the depression, but cent.nance of gold^shipments cuusod a renewal of tho pres^^sure to sell. Final changes showed ma^^terial stress for the day.
Governmentbonds, dull, weak.
U.S.4's registered^L. t. 4's roii|sin...
L'.H, I , s reg
I.b. lU't eoupou
Americanl-!\i^resi^t anaila I'aeinc...^t a ii.nla Kolllhcru.^f'ential racidc...
Denver^ It. U....
Kansas^s Texas..^1-ai.n .shore. .......
stexieaBOeatnu.,^Michigan t . iiual.^Missouri Pacillc.^Northern T.o Hie^H, f. preferred...^Noilhweiileio
119 N. W.iirpferred ..
1IM N Y. Central
ihiori-ami luipin't...^Hit Uregon short Lint^III Oregon Navig'n...^'.USjNorth Aiikm ii-au..
. ^, I-:^. i;i.^ Mali
4s Ki-adiog .
W,Km l.rand West'n^m\ Kio tiraiule n'f'd..^IM I Kio Grande first..
bi Kock island
MMiM.l'aui ^ umalia
.a4I mnii I'aeinc
I'.I*. preferred...^I. s. InnM,
Mil.Col loll Oil...
ItostonStock Market.^Host, in. May 19. ^The following were^11, e closing quotations:
AJapftJMj Mill :^ |Mex. fen. Com... 10's
inn grnt ^ .... ^ ImhuI scrip
in..mail^ 1st luor. bus ....
Iiuriingioun; . -an Divgo
NewYobk, May 19 ^Money on call^caty; closed offered I per cent.
Primemercantile paper, 6i$7 par^cent.
Merlin*.Exchange ^ Quiet, weak; G ^^duy bills, NsttKl demuud, H.W/i-^Uar ailver^U7J
London,May IS.^Cloaing: Contois:^Money, '.5 1-lti: do account, f^ 3-lU;^I lilted SUteats.t'.s. 103.
Uarsilver, 44 9-1C.1 per ounce.
Money,It' ^i I I cr cent.
PllIhADKLPHIA,May 19.^ Wool, quiet;^Molilalia, 'Mil J4c: territorial, l^it$2te.
NewYork H mil Market.
NkwY'ohk. May 19.^Wool easier; do^^mestic- lleeco, Ufi37c.
fetreleumMarket,^New Yokk. May IS.^Petroleum,^Pennsylvania, closed 00.
THENEW YOHK MARKET.
rinsing(.'notation* far Metals and Min^^ing Mucks.
NewY'okk. May 19.^The closing quo^^tations for to-day are:
Copper.Tin and l.e i t.
New Yokk. May 19.^ Copiier ^ Nom^^inal; stagnant.^Lead^strong; domestic, $ I^Tm-Kusy; straits. t20.hi.
AKansas woman whop reived a decree^of divorce went direct from the court^room to llie olli. e of the probate judge^nnd was in-vrr e I to another fellow. Kile^was twice a wife within 15 m notes.
LIVERYAND FEED STABLES.
lAinerBroadway. f^Maafcart aud Main^snort, tlraniie, Mout
lanrteout.Oat riagi t and PsBlilnnsM* Rhrt nt^all kiud^ r irst class team* and single horse*
FintCigars, Tolmeco tiiil CuDfrctioDery.
Whoirs.il.-sua hetau Dealer in^^CORL OIL.*
1N 1 IIP. HIST Kil l l i'I'll I of I UK SKIMNI)^1 Judlrtal Utstrict or th^ stale of Montana Iu^uud foi Hie ( onn ^ of silver How.^In Hi. matter of the i state of Mh-hael Carroll,
Noiii-si^ lirrehy glvrn that Marcus l^aly has
ftl.d in saal is urt Ins prtlU o praying that the^ailuuiilsti ator of suhl elate ..f M cliael I arroil.^ri. eeaseil. he iteere. it to rM-ntte ard deliver to^Mid p. tilioiiei a isinveysiu-e ^^'. in and In tlir^WllilatnetlS Lisle claim, the ( inn ate |^sle elallll^iiml th- undivided am- fourth of tlir Eagle Hud^Lode claim, all situated In lno^|h-mteiit Milium^district, silver How t'eiiiiiv. Montana: also the^undivided oue-f. mHi cI tin I.Ik Lisle claim, til^ualcd in l^eer l..sl. e l oir : v Montana, nml of^record In lie- reeorder'a oftvc of said county^Ami thai Knda^. ti e i-..tli ,ia^ of May. A. f^.^is-.I. at to o'cliH-k a. in. at iherouit room of^^ unl murt. In the . omt house Iu Butte City. 1*1-^v, r How l ouiit). Stan- v., iiiatia, has la-en^spp lilted hv Ihe )lMge ul la S rami as the time^iiii.l place for liearitn: kci i.i iu,.n; when and^wli ii- all i cisoi.s mtei. *!, ,| in ^, ,| rttatr may^unis'ai and loutesi Ho is-taiou.
WILLi i I AltK. Clerk
'skmI By f. V. IUM.ne, lieuuty tiers.
batedAprU .t, levl.
Broken Down Constitutions^From Overwork and^Mental Strain.
Thltnineteenth century It characterized by^tile crowning of w hat stimuli he forty ruiit hours^work Into every twenty-four. The business llleu^of 1 Iu* country are actually living two days iu^one. Ui.r hist authorities ou tint sub), ct are^emphatic. It Is not ^nssi|iation imr the w ilful^Uisohedlenre of ; ns iiartietilsr law of nature^w liicii tluuWk the phvtleai hoity a wreck up-m^thesliore of life. I ut UVEltNVtiltK added to^Ml MAI STllAIN. It Is the ever hurniug de^^sire to get rich that the hutinrss man i* a I ave^to. nnd day hy day he crowds anil Jostles, and^elbows Ids way through the suri/lng throng uf^humanity on Ii * liaslriiiDK journey to the grave,^broken ifowii roiiBiitutious. from which arise a^multitude of ailments, followed by a train nf^diseases soon takes tin m front this busy stage of^in t ion. It is time to call a hall w hile 1 is still^day. and look Well to atteilusiu of life with a^wed preserved physique, that Hie enjoyment!^thereof, may tie ihe legacy uf a r |n- old age. AU^of those troubles know n lis broken down con^^stitutions uud lion oils pi ost i at ion*, w earing^out, business lneapai-liy, aru treated with re^matkahle sik-ci-ss t.y lir Col.-. Man's lost vigor^in in overwork a* o mental strain completely re^^stored by tut rejuvenating methods of treat^^ment. If you flu i that you are lagg ng ^n the^harness and you are romis-llcd to hike stimu^^lants to keen up Willi the priH-eslloll o| life, you^are gra. inilly ioslui: your vi'ality, and you are^sadly in nee i of a life-giving soiuee that will^build you up and revitalize your whole constitu^^tion, if this lpjour condition cousult Dr. t ole^at ouee.
DR.A. L. COLE
Consultingrtiytlrlan and Kperiadst In the^Worst 1-oinij ol liisease^ lJUc Udef burgeon
THISOLD DOCTOR ZZjXt
tiiearmv during the war of Ibt n-b. iiiou, is a^ttiorouiilily iitialltleil Physlelau of e\teu*ive ex-^^i ikpnt In ttettsBtatsad Sunery lie has i e-^viacd miiiiy years lo the study and treatment of^disease w ha ll ha* battled Ihe best MeUu id men^ol America, and im^ raost a* prertuiaaM in^lite medical profession. Some of the olseatet^whlcti he ireals w ith suiprising results are up-^iM'luleil below:
l.'Vl-AH cases of Brule or chronic lnfliima-^l\l 1^ t Ion. far or nrarsiglitedness, dimness of^vision, aayoluloiis eyi t, (iotiire of llie eye duct,^^^limiting, cms* eyes, hloisPliot eyes, wild l.ai s.^Byiihlitii' sore eyes, g ai,iilat. d lids, luiuor or^cancer of lists*, elc. etc
1-^ ti Heafni ^* from cuiarrh, slnglm! or rinr-^..-\ l\ in.: ii- i*i-s. il.i. kI drum Innamalion
ofi'Meruul ear purulent dlscha-gefroni ear.e.e.^III.' \ ti Neuralgia, siek. nervous or conget-^111 .VI' i Ilea.I.uhe. dull, full heiiiig. lo-t^of memory. iMxinets. so telling of the brain,^tumors and eczema of scalp^I U L^ f 1 AT -catarrhal ad sypltPltlr sore^lrll\tJ/Al thioal acute and rliroule nhtryu-^gelis. enlarged to .sils an i pal Ha, Imaisrin st,^loss of voice, thick pi Itgm in throat, which^cause* hawklsW.
Il \l'^v * oiisumptiou in f'usl and seconit^1^U HUS txaata. ktsaturMksat, chrone M^a^^cliltls, dry and Iimibc inugii, pain in ^ heat. d.di^^mity of breailiuiL'. Iiepinzaiioii, ttthma, etc.^VI V A I' I Vaivnlai dl^. a-et, we k and fatty^lll.:\l\l In un dropsy and rlu ulnatltiu of^heart, l .ngii d clreii'atlon. etc^t I I \ \A A I U * ^la 111 a ulrcratlnn, atonlo
0I UMALIl and add dyB|iep^ia. Imlig. slion^piiln and Mtaaai alter meats. In-auburn, water^lis-1 ami dirltcmtv of swallowing.
its-Sorase* punllBinsi or n|s^sed. kvery^pal cut's name - cp, slnelly routlib niial. All^ri fen ni es any one may desir.- furnished prlv^at. ly at isir ofttoes. wo stauil on our merit!
'P.itientswin. roiisttli me aie not turned over^to an Biiiatii.-i hired substitute as In the eas--of^many high-soitndintr dispi tiarift or Institute*,^bin reai ive mi i^n pi'tsoiial can* and aiieuilou.
1onsiilla ion a vvav^free, and the |Hior I treat
feiTnifiom nervoii*. ileiiiliiy. from aiiy run,,^wn..iBorvei. esp ctally Irom yoiilliful uroisand^Indltcretkms, isrodiking dizziness, loss of luem-^ory. vitality and laergy, ratlstioaa. timi. dm-^routented feeling. In laetilon, paipitaimu of ins^heart, urinary tiotihhs and unit,y otte r syiup-^loins Ii. t nee-ssary U^ meuilon here, bIioii ti no^long, r i elav in seekii g pn.p. r roller. Your^tioiio.e may tie In i s Mr*t siuge K. meini.ei It^Is appioaeliiog the last, and it you ivtinuu.. tu^neuasl it. ilie llnu^ most come wheu you will ts*^past human a d. We guaiai.tee lo restart) all^such oases in a v ry ~li.nl t.iue to i enrol liealth^mill i iij. ynient of life.
JibACtD Mt.N ,^!,',:; ;^.,
sufferingfrom weak ImrkB. freipieut urination^and m iiiiii. in ii urine, aooolnpanii .1 i y loss of^vigor tad araual Bower ami an um autneut of
thegeneral kcattt. Man ie of in ^ o nteuiiy
Uiiorautof tin^ cause, w inch I* the scoud stage^id p no...i weakness. We guarau.ee a |snlcct^cure in all such eases and s permanent restora^tiouof ihe get itoiirlnary organs. Hlivsl, skin^ami all nr.vine d seas s we positively earn In the^sin ite-f possible dine without meicury or ui-^liiri^iis drugs.
hiiii I ' ii l; IM. s. Fistula. Y .irb-neele, ||y.^Pvt. 1 I 1 l\ I. iti.s-ele ami all swiThogs and^Tenderness oinckly cured willioul pa.u or de-^leutloii iroiu nut ness.
1Allil-'V Whomiy ts* suffering from any^IsAt'lCu of the distn ssing tilateoti p. ruUsr^to yourt. x. sue,, at is-isisicu ktassiIIIB,paiPful^ineiistrualioiiB.di*pIatvnieuiB,e c.. do not give^up iii il span, even If you have hereto! ire met^Willi u p. aled fa lure* ill seeking relief. We are^baprv to state that we have ciiosl Qatldraai of^,asc* after other plivs.oiai * had rrirnniinoral^them hopi-h s*. i liurges luislcrate and withui^the reai [i of all
Psiii t^ I ving away 'rom the r ly. wl...- nn-t^i-ouv. tiii-ntiy ea.l avay uesstibeta kr troub,e C^Inter an i nave iindiciuvs sent to th. m. free^from observuttiHi, to an. pait or tl-.r country.
IMIce liolliB s a. 111. to lo p. iu.
sll.%Hi UUW Lt.ilK.l.'vti Kid .T MAIN ST
Mannfactnringand Sopply Company,
Mining,Milling and Concentrating
BAIRC1A I NiSl
^ IN SECOND HAND MACHINERY t
60STAMP MILL COMPLETE.
(Willbt told In Ii.litem * of ^ stamps or more.)
CORNISHROLLS^Large and Small.
Jigsand Revolving Screens^Many Patterns.
buiall.u^ ft. x 12 ft.; capacity i or 4 tont)
J_JO ] SI'SLldsTrwood, Kendall, Crliby, Union Iron Works.
BOILERSOur own and other makes.
AIRCOM PRESSORS^Rand and Burleigh.^PUMPS. MINING CARS AND BUCKETS.
t3f Part let needing any of above will do well to write or call early at the prices that hava^been put upon tame Insure quick sales.
GAIL,BUMILLER ^ UNZICKER,
GoldMills. Wet and Dry Crushinp; Silver Mills, SMELT^^ING and CONCENTRATING 1'LANTS, Hoisting and^Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buckets and^Water Buckets,
CorlissEngines, Compound and Condensing Engines^and Tramways.
OIHceand Works, Hawthorne Arc. and Willow St, Chicago, 1.1.