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J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. 'v WELLINGTOK , OHIO; NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. CONGRESSIONAL. The semite on the 18th panned tho two court bills laid over Irom tho Nth and spent most of the remainder of the day In executive session OTer the modus Vivendi In Bering sea and other matters The session of the house was with out interest or incident, the entl re day being de voted to the consideration of the naval appro priation bill, which was finally passed as ltcame from the committee with the exception of the dry dock at Algiers, La., which was stricken out on a point of order. Tm feature of the open session of the senate on the 19th was the spirited debate on the Ari zona funding bill, which brought up tho silver question and resulted In a yea and nay vote on the question of striking out the words "gold coin" and inserting the words "lawful money of Ue United States" In the Interest bearing pro vision of the bill. This amendment was carried by 28 to 24. In the exeoullve session the Bering sea modus Vivendi was ratified..... The bouse passed 0 resolution to va cate the ordor of a general "leave to print" to members who desired to submit remarks on the tariff and silver questions. A resolution was also adopted authorizing the civil service com mittee to investigate the alleged violation of the civil service law by certain officials In Bal timore. The remainder of the session was do voted to consideration of tho contested election case of Noves vs. Kookwell, from the Twenty eighth district of New York. Mr. Tsi.i.kh s anti-administration free silver speech In the senate on the Wth created a great sensation. Mr. Teller's statement that If the- republican party continued to adhere, to the single gold standard the four chief silver pro ducing states of Colorado, Montana, Nevada and Idaho would not hereafter be able to act in co-operation with the republican party .either in the senate or elsewhere, was not .oono rrrd In by Mr. Sander, of Montana. An--other striking incident of the day was the an nouncement from' Mr. Sherman, chairman of he committee on foreign relations, that he was n error In supposing that existing Chinese re striction laws expired by limitation on May ( next It had been discovered that they ran till July, 1894. .... The house devoted Its entire ses sion to a continuation of the Noyes-ltoekweU contested election case. The debate was en tirely without incident, the speeches being con Jlned to a tanlinlcal view of the case. ttKROLCTiuNi were adopted In the senate on tho 21st calling for Information as to the threat; sned extermination of the Alaska salmon can ning Industry, and a to the amount received from the sale of non-mlncral lands in the week A bill eras passed reimbursing Nebraska KuO, 4XM expenses lnourred In repelling the threat ened Slow Indian Invasion of 1W0-M. Mr. Dolph railed np the bill extending the Chinese exclu sion law ten yean. The entire day was spent in Its discussion and without final action the nenate adjourned.... In the house the Noyes TlockweU oontested election case was resumed. The attendance was small and but little Inter- st was show. The saving incident of the dag v as the speech of Mr. Allen, of Mississippi, which departed from the usual dry argument on the cam with an anecdote hero and there, not specially pertinent to the case. Tm Chinese exclusion bill occupied the time of the senate on the M. An extraordinary fea ture of debate waa the Introduction by Mr. Davis, of Minnesota, of an attack on the papal hierarchy, the Olermaa ambassador at Rome, ad the Austrian royal family for alleged at tempted Interference with Catholic Immigrants Into the United States. During the morning hour the senate adopted an amendment to a private pension bill Increasing the pen don of all helpless Mexican war sol tilers from 18 to lit a month... ..In the bouse when the contested election case of Noyet vs. Rockwell was called up by Mr. O'FerralL of Virginia, Mr. Enloe attempted to secure the day for the consideration of private bills, but not be ing sustained the house proceeded with the elec tion ease and It was debated at great length, The previous question being ordered, the vote was Brat taken on the proposition of the minor!- ' ty that Mr. Noyes waa not entitled to his seat Thin resulted: Yeaa 140, nays M. On the reso lution of the minority that Rockwell waa en titled to the oertlnoate, the vote was: Yeaa lis, nays 101 The question was then put upon the resolution as amended, that Rockwell was en titled to his seat, and was carried. DOMESTIC ' Turn republican state convention whloh met at Harristiurg, Ta., ori the 90th elected deleg-atse-at- largo to the! national convention ' and nominated CMni William Lilly and Ma. Alex M6 Dovrell for ccmgrtsamair-at-laTgej. Hon: John Dean wan placed in nomination for judge of the supreme court Col. Oeohok Ghat, for many years counsel for the Northern Pacific rail road and one of the leading members of .the New York bar, died at Orange, N, -J., recently aired 09 years. Till democrat of the Seventh Indi ana congressional district met on the 20th and renominated Congressman By nam by acclamation. The New York assembly on the 20th adopted by a vote of ayes OT, noes 68, the majority report of the Maynard in vestigation committee, which indorses Judge May nard's action in the contested election cases. The senate also adopted the same report by a party rote. Tbk demands of the Chicago painters for a minimum wage scale of &'i)4 cents an hour, an advance of five cents an hour over last year's rate, were granted by the master painters' association on the Slst and the strike has been declared off. A fatal encounter took place on the 20th near Henderson, Ky., in which two men were killed and others may die. Bad blood existed between several farmers, which led to a roadside fight Joseph McCalllster and John Rooney were shot dead and a negro named Jim Elnchler will die. TBI exact number of men Imprisoned by the Lytle colliery mine flooding, near Miuersvlllo, Pa., has been ascertained to be twelve. Tins sew census shows that the alien population of New York City is 875,000, while that of Kings county is 150,000.' Jn New York City there is one alien in very five of . population. The total population of the state is 0,483,051, Tire governor of New York has called an extra session of the legislature to re district the state. B- L. Oaok, owm-r of 20,000 acres of 'Texas lands and 100,000 cattle, com mitted suicide in the Orand Central railway station at Chicago on the 21st by taking poison. He had been pressed for ready money recently and it is sup posed became temporarily insane through anxiety over business affairs. rjr the suit brought by Alexander fltewart to break the will of A, T. Stawart and thus secure for himself sorne of the property, Judge Pryor, In tljji oourt of common pious at New 00 the 21st, ruled that There was ng to go to the jury on and di 1 a verdict for the dofendtbU. James Cochban, a farmor living five mller from DeS Moines, la., on the lilstshot and killed his divorced wife and her paramour, "W. T. Nayis. He thn reloaded his shotgun and blew out his own brains. Ait earthquake occurred at Winters, Cal, on the aist throwing down Masonic hall and several other buildings and generally demolishing goods, fixtures, eto. One man was badly hurt by full ing wulls. Others were nlore or less In jured. -; ; Tub most interesting wedding of the year took place on the aist in New York Citvattne home ol Jlme. ue iiarnos, widow 6f tho late president of Guate mala. Mme. I) llarrios was the bride and Benor Do Roda, of Spain, the groom. The bride is worth 110,000,000. T St Cloud, Minn., on the 21st thieves stole a mail pouch containing ( 850,000 in checks, drafts and other paper from the wagon whloh conveys the mail to passenger train No. 8, east bound, on the Northern Pacific road- The funds were principally remittances to eastern banks. 1 i Jamks A. Palmkk, manufacturer of gas fixtures, was arrested at New York on the 21st charged with robbing Tif fany St. Co. of 850,000 by means of forged and fraudulent bills. Palmer has con fessed his guilt TllK breach of promise suit for 850,000, instituted by -Miss Georgino Woltcrs against her faithless lover, Louis Sehultz, the Inventor, whose wealth Is estimated at 8'250,000, was concluded at New York on the 21st by a jury verdict awarding 825,000, and 81,000 extra coun sel fees for the plain tiff. Thk First National bank of Grafton, Mass., was closed by National Ifank Ex aminer Jeremiah Getchel on the 21st The bank has a capital of 8100,000 and a line of deposits of only 83,000 or 84,000. The cause of the suspension is supposed to be due to investments In business paper which were not acceptable to the bank exumiucr. O'Buikn, tho bunco steerer, who was being taken to the peniten tiary f rom Albany, N. Y.' to serve ten years for swindling a citizen of Albany out of 810,000, escaped from officers on Ve way. Finn broke out on the 91st in machin ery hall of the Georgia Technological school at Atlanta, and the building was burned to the ground. Loss, 850,000; Insured for 8110.000. . Shipping interests at Chicago are suf fering on account of the 'longshore men's strike, which sceras as far from settlement as ever. Fights between the strikers and non-union men are of dally occurrence, and the strikers are grow ing more and more desperate. At Sioux City, la., Judge Foley has dec! led the test case Involving the right of the Rapid Transit Company to run street cors on Sunday. The Judge holds that street cars are a necessity. The de cision disposes of the 500 arrests of rapid transit employes and will stop the cru sade against the street cars. Thk proposition to open the Colvllle Indian reservation in Washington has created a great deal of excitement at Spokane. A rush will now be made for the reservation and it is likely that 1,000 claims will be filed in a few days. It is held by good lawyers that the In dians are merely tenants on the reser vation by suffrance and that the whites have a perfect right to the land. Thkkk lives were lost and three men fatally Injured on the lift! at Jonesboro Tenn. Repairs were being made In the county court house and the walls of the vaults had lust been completed. These walls reached to the top of the build Ingt forty feet In height The temporary arches were taken out and the walls collapsed. Five brlckmasons were at work under them and all were burled under a great quantity of brick and mortar. K. T. GurrnA, ' a prominent glass manufacturer, claims to have discovered the lost art of casting glass tubes, vghlch Is known to have been practiced by the Egyptians. ' He has erected a factory at Pendleton, Ind., and has made his first cast with success. The glass tubes are suitable for sewer, gas and water mains and are joined by a glass cement' Tflafbuainess falluresduring the week ended April 22 number for the United States 178, Canada 23, total 201, as com pared with 224 the previous week and 247 for the corresponding week of last year. Onk of the most important conces sions yet granted by the directors of the world's fair was made on the 22d to the Lehigh Valley Transportation Company. The eon tract awards a monopoly of the steamboat business to the world's fair between all points on Lake Michigan from Kenosha, Wis., on the north, to Michigan City, Ind., on the south. In cluding Chicago, The company will be gin business with enough vessels to carry 75,000 passengers a day. Two brothers, George and nenry Kelly, of Salem, O., have fallen heirs to property valued at 840,000,000 in the Le high Valley coal regions. II. II. Andkbsox, who is wanted in Lincoln, Neb., to answer the charge of forgeries to the amount of 840,000, has been arrested at Chester, Pa. On the 2'.'d three fishermen were found In their cabin at Hope Creek, suffocated by coal gas. When taken out they were in a dying condition. The men all re sided at Hancock Bridge, six miles from Salem, N. J. Br the collision of two trains on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad near Salisbury Junction, Pa., on the 22d eight immi grants were injured, three of them seri ously. The injured were taken to Pittsburgh and placed in the hospitals. Six steamers landed 5,435 Immigrants at New York on the 23d. Immigrant officials say this is the largest number ever landed at that port in one day. E. U. Morton, one of the cleverest swindlers in the country, was arrested at 6t Paul, Minn., on the 22d by Cana dian detectives on the charge of forgery, Thx collector of customs at Port Townsend, Wo., has officially seized the steamer Michigan, which plies along the coast The vessel was boarded on tho 23d and 85,00 worth of contraband opium seized, Tn national silver committee has de cided to call a national bi-metalllo con vention in Washington May 20. Hott Ludlow and "Amos Willdns were killed near Croton, N. Y., on the 22d by a Lehigh VaUey.traln. Mr. Lud low leaves a wife and four children. Both victims were residents of Croton. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Thk assembly bill providing for par tisan boards of threeinstead of non-partisan boards of four inspectors in each election district in New York. City was passed by the New York Benate on the 10th without amendment by a party vote. . ' ... - - v . ' Col. H. K. Milwakd died at his home in Lexington, Ky., on the 19th. ; He en tered the Federal army at the breaking out of the war and set up the first Fed eral camp on Kentucky soil. F. C. Sessions, the Columbus (0.1 banker who recently died at Ashevllle, N. C. provided In his will for the es tablishment of an academy of art in Columbus; real estate valued at 1500,000 Is left for this purpose. Reswkll P. Smith, president of the Century Publishing Company, died at his home in New York City on the 10th. He had been in ill health for the past Tiik democratic . state convention which met at Indianapolis on the 31st nominated the following candidates for state offices: For governor,-, Claude Mat thews; lieutenant governor, Mortimer Nye; secretary of state, Capt y. R. Myers; state treasurer, Albert Gallj auditor, J. O. Henderson; attorney gen eral, Green Smith; statistician, W. A. Peele; superintendent of public instruc tion, Harvey D. Vories. The result of the convention Is considered aictory for ex-Gov. Isaac P. Gray, as the candi dates nominated are earnest advocates' of Gray's nomination for president Capt. Jamks H. Pkttit, First United States Infantry, has been ordered to re relieve Lieutenant C. A. L. Tot ten as professor of military science in Sheffield Scientific school, Yale university. Lieut Totten Ib ordered to join his bat tery of the Fourth United States artil lery. The change goes 'Into effect August 1. " ' ' '-' , FOREIGN. J uk icy storms or Easter caused Im mense damage to the French vineyards. The crop has been destroyed In many parts of Burgundy and It is predicted that 75 per cent of the grapes wUl be lost In the Tours district ; The cognao district has also suffered severely. s , . Ax Ottawa (Ont) dispatch tsays the customs returns for March show that the revenue from Chinese during the month amounted to 8.1,030, a decrease of 1091 as compared with the correspond ing month of 1891. Br the burning of three-story tene ment in St Petersburg on the Slst nine persons perished and fif teen others are missing, several of whom are also prob ably dead. The stairways were narrow and flames soon out off all means of es cape, leaving the unfortunate victims to perish in the flames. :'l Jomf H.' HAfcTHCP, chief a4(Vnorae of the Birdtowa observatory, fcirVdn head, England, was instantly tilled on the Slst by falling from the suinmit of the observatory. , Thk Jamaica (W. I) legislature has Increased the grant for the Chicago ex hibition from 3,000 to 5,000. . . Tire French government has decided to prosecute the archbishop of Avignon and the bishops of M on tpeller, NImes, Valence and Vivien because of the re sent pastoral letter issued by them. In which they set forth the duties of Cath olic electors at the municipal elections which will be held on May 1. Pro. Fbari Lbitz,. . known as the Nestor of German surgeons, Is dead at the age of 81. LATCIL Edward A. Tram, the notorious real estate' and bond swindler, was found guilty at Chicago on the 2Sd of Issuing fraudulent paper and his punishment flxVd at eighteen years in the peniten tiary. He has yet to stand trial on six other indictments alleging almost every phase of swindling on the calendar. Trade has become notorious the world over and his victims number thousands.' Advices from Tonqnin are to the ef fect that the sloop Messgarles Fluvales, used as a troop transport, has gone down in the Clalrhue river. Thirty French soldiers and the captain were drowned. .... A circular letter has been sent out from St Louis by a national executive committee of colored citizens asking the colored people of the United States to have May 81 observed by them as a day of general fasting and prayer. They are asked to meet at the churches on that day and pray for relief from pres ent conditions, and for a lessening of the lynching of negroes by whites that are now so frequent : Tb president and executive commit tee of the Farmers' Alliance have Issued a circular calling for a conference to be held at Birmingham, Ala., on May 8 for the purpose of mapping out the plans of the Alliance party fdr the coming polltr leal campaign. Cuari.ks 11. Rked, who gained wide notoriety as assistant counsel to George Scoville, counsel for Gulteau, President Garfield's assassin, died at Baltimore on the 23d. He was 58 years of age. : . At Washington, Ind., on the 23d, County Auditor Lavelle wasconvlcted of Incendiarism and his punishment fixed at eight years in the penitentiary. Lavelle was charged with burning the court house and records to cover defalcations. District Attornkt Edward B. Biko HAtf has disappeared from West Ches ter, Pa., and all efforts to find him have proved of no avail. The only traces of him are a lot of protested checks lylns; at the Farmers' National bank of West Chester. Trs senate spent the 23d In further debate on the Chinese bill, without conclusion. ...In the house the entire day was consumed In personal explanations. Mr. Bailey, of Texas, cited s re cent article In the Washington Post which, he said, reflected upon his actios in demanding a quorum on the passage of bills. This occupied nearly one hour. Another hour was consumed In discussing s bill to establish S military post between Burlington and Ulghgate, vt, whlon anally went over without action. The report of the oommlttee on printing to expnnge oertaln portions of the former poena of Mr. Walker, attacking Messrs Horr and Williams, of Massa chusetts, was then called up and Mr. Walker made a personal statement, and without notion oo the resolution the home adjourned, , Good Looks Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon the healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be Inactive, you have a btllous (look, If your stomach he disordered, you hsve a dyspeptic look and If your kidneys he affected you have u pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks,. Electric Bitters Ib the great alterative and Tonic, acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, bolls, and itlves a good .com plexion. Sold it V.. D. Felt's ding store. . 60c. per bottle. 4 Handsome vs. Homely. Who is that fine looking ludy that we just passed, Clnra? Why, tbat is Mrs. Snow. Well, ttterc. what a change ; when I saw her last, her skin was so sallow and muddy looking, It's tm wonder I dlden't know her. What has pioduced that lovely complexion? I heard that sbe took Sul pher Bitters, the great blood purifier, and now would not bs without tbeni.. .18 Guaranteed Cure For La Grippe. We authorize our adverthctl druggist to sell you Or. King's New Discovery for consumption, cough and colds, upon this condition. If ynu are alllict ed wlih La Grippe .ml IH lire this remedy according to direction", giving It a fair irlal, Hii'i experience no bene fit, you may return the bottle ami have your money refunded. We iniikn Mils offer, becauee of the wonderful nieces of Dr.Klnx's New Discovery (luring last season's epidemic. Have heard of no case where it failed. Tiv It, Ti iul bottles free at r". D. Felt's drug itore. L rge size 50c. and $100. 4 Rev. H. II. Falrsll. D. D., editor of the Iowa Methodibt Says editorally,"We have tested the meriti or Fly's Cieam Balm, and believe that, by a thorough course of treatment, It will cure almost every case of caianh. Ministers, as a class are afflict ed with bead and throat troubles, and ca tarrh seems more prevslent than ever. We cannot recoicmenu Ely's Cream littlm tohigbly." 1 used Ely's Cream BHlm lor dry ca tarrh. Ii proved ft cure. B. V. M. Weeks, Denver. 18 Uaye you tried South American Ner" vine the gem of the century f The erea cure for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Nerj vousncsi. Warranted the most wonderfu' Stomach and Nerve Cure ever known Trial bottle 15 cents. Bold by E. , W Adams, druggist, Wellington. 2120 I was Disgusted. Wlrrt tit sa loarnsWi rWtors after swallow ing their costly medicine In vain lor over s year lor tbe relief ol catarrh in my head wi.tn I cured myself ny using six uotuee of Sulphur Bitteis. My wife Is now Un it for nervous dlbillty. Abiel Curter, Paiker House, Boston. 1 . . ., tir . - T. Harriet,, nan.oi njMwu, ssvs: "lows my lite to tbe Great South . t? a. - 1 tw.,1 A American nervine, i nau ueeu iu mu niontht from the effects of an exhausted .,....!, In.llaatinn narvoua nroStPltion iwtum.M, niuij""--, ' end a general shattered condition of uty whole system, naa given v or getting well. Had tried 8 doctors with no relief. Tbe first botlle of tbs Nervine Tonic Improved me so much tbal I was able te walk about, and a few bottles cured me entirely. ', 1 believe It the nest medicine In the world. 1 cantSot lecotn mend It too highly." Trial bottles 10c. Sold by E. W. Adams, Wellington. . 2126 Piles, sore eyes, cracked Hps, chapped hands and sll akin eruptions, are cured by Dr. Fenner's German Eys Balve. War ranted to satisfy or money refunded For snle by F. D. Felt, Wellington, snd A. J. Burrell.Uuntlngtoo.O. 23-28 Alexsnder's army knew no defeat Tbs same Is true of Dr. Fenner's Golden He lief. It Is wsrranted to relieve toothache, headache, neuralgia, or any oilier pain I n 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, wounds, wire-cuts, swellings, bites, burns, summer SOmplslntS, COIIC, (SlSOin norses;, umr- rhoea, dysentery and flux. If satisfaction not elven money relumed. For sale by F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. 4. Burrell, Huntington. 0. 23-20 Mile' Nerve b Liver PUU Act on a new principle reRulatlnir, the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure blllonsnce, bad taste, torpid liver, plies, constipa tion. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cents. Samples free atF. D. Felt's. 11 For headaches, biliousness, constipa tion, dizziness, sleeplessness, tbe blues, scrofula, tbs blood and all akin eruptions, Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic never iaiis. v arrnnieu to satisfy or money refunded. Could this k. mKn.AvA if th Ttsmedv wasn't cer- taint For sale by F. I). Felt. Well- ington, v., A. 4. uurTeii, nuniinM.u, ' ' 9!lOR u. r, , t -l . . t.nn.n UvaUm Is n i...,Uah ,han ..a. In 1 1 ureaviDgRreK:nuwi."- --- parts of the country, and persons wishing to Improve their memory should send lor . . . . . Jnrflull ( in. Dis prospectus iiw othercolmuD Wk Isn't Ihli a ennd thlnfff Dr. Fen- n.r'a frMna anA lUrhschA Cure is war ranted to give satisfaction In every case or money returned. Such a proposition couldn't bethought of If the medicine ai,nptnilni nillflni. rill bib hy F.D. Felt. Wellington, A.J.Burrell, Huntington, 'J. - TK am litiMBH and ViATIAI And ftll ftlll mals cured In 80 minutes by Woolford's Hsnitsrv iitinn. 'mis never taws, oum by E.W.Adams drunKlBt: O ATI 8 FACTION I guaranteed to every consumer of HOOD'S Sariaparllla. One hundred doses No other does this. every bottle. ELY'S CREAK BALK Cleanses the Masai Passages, Al lays Fain and -ladammetlon. Heals" the Sores Restores tbe Senses of Taatr and Smell, i Try the Cure 'Mel HAY'FCVER ' A prtlole Is applied Into each nostril snd ti aireeable. Price M cents at liruggistsi by mall. rglstrd, encents. . ELY UR0IUE1W,66 Warren BU N. T. CATARRH Pi ' Special Announcement. . ' ur , i . ... I ,, j mire mane nrniuxemenui wun ur. 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The Bolenoe of Life, or Br If Preservation, Is a treasure more valuable thin gold. Krad It now. arery WKA K and N KKVOIIH man, snd learn to be 8TKOMO t Midical Ilnine. (Copyrighted. . "A K KSIH " given Instant In'IM'l eiii is an inininnis Care fbr Piles, Prioel. Hy i Pnitrglslanrmsll. BimpU I free. Allrrss"A !l A K KsiS,' riKaZtla,Nuw xotk uty, & & Cushion WSMTH CLgyCLAWD-OHIO; w OOflO 'A 7 " 1 ssu aw - Si IF A 1 AW R. HATPAWAT M.D. SPECIALTIES i Hectalllsesses and diseases of thebladdersnA kidneys. I'lles .ulceration of the rectum, fistula In sno,nssurerand allprevsillngdlseases of the rectum treated by an Improved system, without n.lnnprf.lnntlniifHin hn.Un.. Dlscaser of the bladderand kidney st rcatadonly afteracsrefulaDdpropersnalysli'oftheurlne. Offlceln Carnanturfllnnlr . Wall lnrtn Cfc Chamberlain's Eye and Skin ' . Ointment.,, A certain cure for Chronio Sore Eyes, Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples aud Piles. It is cooling and soothing. ' Hundreds of cases have beon cured by It after all oiIut treatment had failed. It Is put up in 23 and 80 cont boxos. For Sale hy F. D. Pelt COJiSXJMPTlOX SURELY CUKED. ' To thb Editor Please Inform ;nur rendV ers that I have a positive remedy for the abovr named disease, liy its timely use thousands o hopeless cases have been permanently cured I shall be glad to send two bottles of my reme dy vrkb to any of your readers who have con sumption If they will send ma their eipress snd post office address. Respectfully, X. A.SLOOUM, M.C..1SW x ..N'wYor. Prof. Loisette's DISCOVERY AND TRAILING METHOD In spit of adoltaratad ImllMmna which miss tba thsorr, and practical rmnlla of tin Orlsmnl, In spita of tha rnaaa inlirapraaanMtlons bf entKKis woulit-be K,mi. !., andinspitanf "binattain;itt-tn.li"liml of U'a irnit of bta IshorMsll ot which rti-ifi nitrrl tha pmt.nhtad suparlority ami p,niiianly ul Inalwioliiiw), Pint Loiattta'sArt t Nr K ir. tlm ia rmsmuiMl t"w,ly In both HemisnhMfl ns nmrkins i-n KMM-h in MiimonrOulUira. His Pr wirs(witKitln)i'as nninioni of paopla in all pa H i f tl mv h" hara act. nnllr itudNid bis Hatia l o.Bi.nii,nca, ahowlng that huHruam Isuaril mi'g I'il b"iii Miiiita, tkit tftawrlt; thatnny k,OTnMar,icn'miii rradino, mlrut-vawltHnu mrrd, ic curProapeotna, Tnrtns and Taatimiinlals adilraaa Prof. A- LOISKTTE. til Fifth Avenue. N.r Caveat, and Trade-Marks ohtslned, snd all Pat sot business conducted for Mods rats Fees. Our Office Is Opposite U. S. 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