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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. CONGRESSIONAL. ! Senate, April 28. Consideration of the naval appropriation bill occupied the whole time f the session. The amendment prohibiting jflleera of the navy or marine corps on the re Ired list from taking employment in the serv ice of persons or corporations having contracts vith the government for the supply of material vas agreed to. Mr. Gorman made a speech on n amendment to reduce the number of battle hips provided for In the bill from four to two. Housk. The general pension 'bill was passed !iy a vote of 187 to M. A five days' considcra ion of the bankruptcy bill was then com menced. Senate, April 29. The statue of Father Marquette placed In the national hall of stat uary in theCupltol by the st ato of Wisconsin, vas officially presented and accepted. Tho laval appropriation bill was then tuken up and he remainder of the session was devoted to political speeches. House. A long discussion was Indulged in ver the receipts and expenditures of the gov rnmcnt. The report of elections committee .fa J, in the contest of Giles Peurce (Independ ent labor) vs. John C- Dell (pop. and dem.) for he Sbcond district of Colorado, confirming Hell's right to tho scat, was agreed to. Discus- .ion on the bankruptcy bill took up the ro utining time of the session. Senate. April 30. The naval appropriation jill was discussed, but no progross was made Teyond the exclusion on a point of order of Mr. Juny's amendment to increase the number of attlo ships from four to six. Several lengthy speeches wero made. House. The resolutions reported from the lections committee confirming the title of tho sitting members from Mississippi, Messrs. Allen, Williams and Spencer, democrats, to their seals, were adopted. Tho bankruptcy Sill occupied tho remaining flvo hours of the .esslon. Senate, May 1. The proceedings were en 'Ivcned to-day by a fiery speech from Mr. Tlll nan. of South Carolina, and a tcmperato one :y Mr. Hill, both on political questions. Mr. ormun's motion to reduce the number of buttle ships provided for in the naval appro. ?riution bill from four to two (a reduction of f0,500.000 In expenditure) was ugreed to. An other vote was taken on a motion by Mr. Allen it Nebraska, to strike out the appropriation for '.he two remaining new battle ships, but there wcre only 13 senators In favor or tliut measure. Housk. A large part of the time of the ses sion was occupied in discussing the section of the bankruptcy bill, reciting the causes for .vhlch proceedings may bo begun agulnst a debtor. Two amendments were proposed, one abolishing altogether the lnvolunlury feature, ind one limiting to three causes, all criminal .r fraudulent in their nuture, for proceedings ;igatnnt a debtor. Adjournment was taken while the propsltions were pending. Senate, May 2. Tho naval appropriation 3111 wus passed and now a conference commit tee will have tho task of reconciling the disa- ,Tcoroents between tho two houses. An amend ment appropriating t4.000.000 for 20 additional torpedo boais was rejected by u vote of 3H to 23. House. The bankruptcy bill reported from the committee on Judiciary was passed by a vote of 15? to 81. It Is substantially what Is Known ns tho Torroy bill. The bill appropritt' ing J75.0O0 to dofray the expenses of the com mission to determino the claims for damages for the seizure of alleged Bering sea seal poachers was also passed. Upon tho unani' mous report of elections committee No. 3, P. T. Thorpe (rep.) was declared entitled to the seat from the Fourth Virginia district occupied by w. K. McKlnney (dem.) and he was sworn in. WASHINGTON. A lot in Arlington national cemetery has been designated by Secretary La- mont fpr the interment of the remains of Secretary Gresham. It is near the graves of Gen. Sheridan and Admiral Porter, in front of the historic man sion, and it overlooks the city of Wash ington and the Potomac river. A net increase la shown in the public debt by the statement issued on the 1st, less cash in the treasury, durjpg April of S5,95G,410. Eighty per cent, has been fixed as a minimum by Secretary Carlisle at which persons examined for entrance or promotion in service under the treasury department may be appointed or promoted. At the navy department on the 2d bids for furnishing armor for the new battleships Kcarsarge and Ken tucky were opened. There were only two bidders. The Carnegie Steel Co.'s bid on the Kearsarge armor was $1,508,102; the Bethlehem (Pa.) Steel; Co. bid $1,573,390. On the armor for the Kentucky the bid of the Carnegie Co. was 81,572,477; the Bethlehem Co., $1,589,750. According to the treasury statement issued on the Sd all kinds of money in circulation is $1,540,007,082, or $30,- 000,000 less than a year ago. The per capita circulation, based on a popula tion of 71,130,000, is estimated at $21.05. EAST. On the nightof the 28th ult. a cyclone passed over parts of Boone, Audrain and Monroe counties, Mo., leveling farm property and destroying orchards. James Mitchell died suddenly in Brooklyn on the 30th ult., from heart disease. He was chairman of the New York stock exchange. At his home in Roxbury, Mass., War reh Fisher died on tlfe 80th ult at the age of 7L He was involved in the famous Mulligan letters with the late James G. Blaine. At New Haven, Conn., on the 80th nit, Mrs. John Fitzputrlck and her two daughters, Sadie and Mamie, aged 28 and 25, wero the victims of a ter rible runaway accident They wero thrown from a light wagon when its wheel caught in a car track. Mrs. Fitzpatrick and Sadie cannot recover. The four motormen, James Camp bell, Wallace McGce, Joseph Dinsmore and Nicholas Walther, who were ar rested for assaulting non-union cm' ployes, were arraigned at Philadelphia on tho 80th ult Campbell was con1 victed and sentenced to two years' ita- prisonment. Louise Adams, aged 27 years, and Annie Slump, aged 14, were drowned in the Delaware river near Philadcl phia on the 30th ult by tho upsetting of a row boat A semi-annual dividend of 2 per cent in cash has been declared by the directors of the Pennsylvania railroad Co. The price of anthracite coal has been advanced by the other coal companies to the basis ruado by the Reading, Lehigh Valley and Lackawanna roads. An Increase of 25 cents per ton. An unauthorized strike of drivers has caused a suspension of five large mines in the Tom's Run district, near Carnegie, Pa. Not more than 40 men quit work because their demand for an 'advance in wages was refused, but In conMf uanM about TOO diggers are At rittsfiold, Mass., on the 1st all the masons and bricklayers struck work to enforce their demand for a nine-hour day ' without reduction of var;es. Buildings in course of con struction are seriously interfered with. A sum equal to S3 per share and a further sum equal to $7 per share, pay able June 15, have been divided by the liquidating trustees of the Standard Oil trust. Capt. Neilsen, his daughter and 10 Bailors of the crew of the Norwegian bark Julie, who were taken off that vessel when she was in a sinking con dition by the steamer Oscar IL, have been landed at New York City. WEST AND SOUTH. Albert Eieluff, a mulatto, shot and killed his wife and then killed himself at Seattle, Wash., on the 20th ult Jealousy was the cause. At Chicago on the 1st the iron work ers on tho Union Loop and Northwest ern Elevated road struck for an ad vance of wages from 37 cents an hour to 45 cents an hour. Arrange ments for a six months' struggle has been made by the union. The death of Dr. H. C. Nicholson, aged 74, occurred near Independence, Kan., on the 1st He claimed to be the inventor of quadruplex telegraphy, by which four messages can be sent on one wire at the same time. Eev. G. M. Williams was conseerated at Detroit on the 1st as the first bishop of the new diocese of Marquette, which comprises the upper peninsula of Michigan. The installation of Rt. Rev. Thomas O'Gorman, formerly of the Catholic University of the United States, as bishop of South Dakota, occurred on he 3d. He succeeded Bishop Marty, who was transferred to St. Cloud, Minn. One of the founders of the repub lican party in Ohio, James D. Loraax, a personal friend of Abraham Lincoln and a veteran of the Mexican war, died at San Francisco in the 77th year of his age. Mrs. Minnie Iluelsman was burned to death and her infant son fatally in jured at St. Louis on the night of the 2d at their home. Mrs. Iluelsman was filling the tank of a gasoline stove when the fluid exploded. A boat left Galveston, Tex., on the night of the 2d loaded with arms and ammunition for the insurgents in Cuba, making the sixth expedition that has so far left that port By the aid of tho Roentgen ray the diamonds that were discovered within 80 miles of Milwaukee, Wis., in Wau kesha county, were shown to be pure as anything found in South Africa. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. News of a bloody battlo near Zanje, province of Santiago de Cuba, has been received. Gen. Munoz tried to prevent Garcia from crossing the Canto river. The insurgents attacked Munoz and defeated him. The Spanish lost over 200 killed and twice that number wounded. It is learned by the Vatican officials that on the occasion of the coronation of the czar of Russia, a proclamation will be issued granting liberty of con' science throughout that country. At Buda Pest on the 2d the inaugural ceremonies of the celebration of the national millenium of Hungary began and will continue until October 31. The ammunition and other supplies carried by the schooner Competitor were, it is now authoritatively stated, successfully landed in Cuba and are now safe in the hands of tho in but gents. LATER. The suit of Broker William Graves, of New York, atrainst Secretary Car lisle to compel the latter to accept the bid of $4,500,000 for the recent issue of 4 per cent bonds mado by Graves, was on the 4th discontinued at the request of Graves. Lauhens county. S. C, the home of United States Senator Irby, has over whelmingly declared against any bolt from the nomination of the Chicago convention. It is further claimed that Senator Tillman will not be sent to Chlcaco unless he pledges himself to abide by the nomination. Tub bulk of the wealth of the late Baron Do Hirsch, amounting to several millions of ponnds, has by his will, been entrusted to the Jewish Coloniza' tion society for the continuation of its work. George Fom.ett & Co., wool raer chants at New York and Boston, have assigned. There are five partners in the firm, all named Follett. The busi ness has been established 30 years and the firm claimed a capt tal of $100,00.0. The second conviction of Frank A. Coflin, of complicity in the wrecking of the Indianapolis national bank in Au gust, 1803, was confirmed by the su preme court of the United States on the 4th. Coffin was originally con victed and sentenced to the pen Hon tiary for seven years. Ui'oK a rehearing of the appeal ot Warren F. Putnam, late president of tho Granite State national bank, of Exeter, N. II., the supreme court of the United States has affirmed in part thu judgment of the district court for that state, the result being that Put nam will serve five years in the peni tentinry. Louis II. Boi.denweick, president of tho Chicago Kid Glove Manufacturing Co., was found dead on the evening of the 4th in a building on Custom Ilouso Place. He was tho owner of tho prcm ises at that number and it is supposed ho foil down the shaft while inspecting the premises. In the senate on the 4th nearly thcentlreses' vlon was dovotcd to tho discussion of the reso lution providing for investigation of recent bond sales. ...Tho house passed several private pension bills. The contested election case of J. C Kirbv vs. J. Abbott, from the Sixth dis' trict of Texas, was reported' from elcotions committee No. S, dccliing Abbott (dem.), the sitting member, entitled to the scat and it was uereed to. Mr. Boutelle called up the naval appropriation bill and asked that tbe house non-concur in the senate amendments and pgre to the conference. Mr. Sayers moved to conour in the senate amendments reducing the number of battle ships from four to two, ana with that amendment pending the matter went ver. HIS NERVE NEVER FAILED. Scott Jackson Spends a Day on tha Witne.a Stand and Astounds Lawyers and Specta tors by Ills Wonderful Coolness. Newport, Kv., May L Scott Jack son took the witness stand in his own' behalf Thursday morning. When court opened Attorney Crawford asked for letters written by Jackson. When they were produced Crawford passed them to the prisoner, who read thorn. After he had finished he proceeded to the witness stand, the oath was adminis tered and in reply to questions from Attorney Crawford he said that he was born at Wiscasset, Me., March 1, 1809.' His father was a captain of the In ternational Marine Co., the boats ply ing between Jersey City and Antwerp, Belgium. lie had made seven trips abroad with his father, and had at tended school in Jersey City and Green castle up to the time his father died. He was then 14 years old. After his father's death ho secured employment as a messenger and later was promoted to the freight bureau of a railroad, company. Three years ago he was dis charged from that position. Jackson detailed his life up to the time he first met Pearl Bryan, which was during the holidays of 1894. He referred to the 1 conversation he had with Will Wood at various times on tho subject of Fearl Bryan's con dition. He said that Wood was very much concerned about her and if some thing was not done soon he would have to leave town. Jackson said that the last time he saw Pearl alive was the Wednesday before her body was discovered. He says it was on Tuesday night that he was with her at Wallingford s saloon. In telling where he went and how he spent his time he was careful to give the names of the streets he traversed and also names of places he visited Spectators in the court room and even attorneys were struck with the plausi' bio manner in which the cool, rapid- speaking witness seemed to explain away the various points made against him. He had a plausible excuse and seemingly sound explanation for every' thing. Skillfully and with wonder ful tact and cunning he told, with the simplicity of a boy, be it feigned or genuine, of all the damaging evidence against his own character, while the entire drift of his testimony was to make Wood the seducer of the girl and Walling the only man directly con cerned in her death. The principal sensation of the after noon proceedings waB in tnat pari oi Jackson's testimony relating to his prison experience. Some of his state' ments were highly sensational. Allud' ing to his experiences in Cincinnati, he said that before his removal to Ken' tucky, Chief of Police Dietsch came to him alone and said to him that a re moval to Kentucky probably meant death as soon as he reached Kentucky soil. He said after Dietsch had worked on his fears he pulled out his watch and said: "Now, Jackson, 1 11 give you five minutes to tell all abotjt this murder and tell me where the head is. Jackson says that Diebsch paced up and down the floor for some time with his watch open, but, not beingable to get a confession from him, left Ocurt adjourned at the conclusion of Jack son's testimony, the witness having been on the stand all day. CoL Nelson announced that the prosecution would not cross-examine Jackson. TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SEA. Two Steamers Collide in Chinese Waters and 300 Celestials Find Watery Graves. London, May 1. A dispatch from Shanghai says the British steamer On wo has been sunk by coming into col lision with the steamer Newchwang, off Woo Sung, ten miles north of Shanghai The Onwo went down in mediately and the Newchwang was beached to prevent her from sinking. Five foreicrners and 800 Chinese of those on board the Onwo were drowned. A news agency dispatch from Shang hai, published In the Globe, says that by the sinking of the steamer Onwo many lives have been lost The Euro pean survivors of the sunken vessel are Second Officer Cooper and Third Engineer Allen. The drowned include the captain and five English officers and 800 Chinese. The United States war ships Olympia, Boston, Yorktown and Detroit Bent boats to the assist ance of the Onwo and saved many lives. Both the Onwo and Newchwang were small British steamers engaged in trade in the China sea. The Onwo registered 797 tons and the tonnage of the Newchwang is 558. THE LAW SATISFIED. ' "Bill" Taylor, the Motorloo Murderer, Payi the Penalty for HU Crimes on the Oallowa. Carrollton, Mo., May 1. William Taylor was hanged here Thursday for the murder of the Meeks family on tlie night of May 11, 1894. At 10:50 a. m. Father Kennedy placed a crucifix in Taylor's hands and the march to the scaffold began. Taylor walked with a firmtep and his wonderful nerve never deserted him. After ascending the scaffold Taylor's legs were pinioned and he kissed the crucifix held in front of him by the priest The trap sprung noiselessly and Taylor dropped to the end of the rope.' II is neck was broken. In ten minutes he was declared dead and the body was cut down. Old Mrs. Meeks had forced her way into the jail yard with her blind son George, and was an interested spectator of the hanging. Fully 5,000 people surged about the enclosure surrounding tho jail, but there were no scenes of disor der nor attempts at rescue. The Oregon Keadjr lor Sea. San Francibco, May t The battle ship Orcp-on is ready for war. She was floated out of the dock ' at the Union iron works yesterday morning, equipped and arrayed for her trial trip. A supply of coal und provisions will.be placed on board at once and the prep aration for the.test will be completed this week. The course of 40 miles has been laid off close along the coast of Santa liarbara. The trial will be made lust as soon as everything1 is ready, rid if the weather is proper it may be msiue on Monaay next. , 1 lie condition require a minimum speed of 15 knots during lour consecutive Hours. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of tho many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts n-entlc eitorts pleasant eiiorws rightly directed. There is comfort in tho Knowledge, man so many luriua ui sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, wnien tne picusans family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all " . , 1.1 Ya 1 U . .! .. 1 who value goou neaim. its ueueuwui effects are due to the fact, that it is the ono remedy which ' promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the orgarjs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in oraer 10 get, its uene fieial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have tho genuine arti cle, whieli is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only ana soia Dy all reputable druggists. If in tho enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need' of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. All Recommend It. Ask your physician, your driifrsrist and your friends about Shiloh's Cure for Con sumption. Tlioy will recommend it. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 One swallow does not make sprine. but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. J. W. Houghton., The J lis of Women. Constipation, causes nioro than half the ills of women. Karl's Clover Root Tea is a pleasant cure for constipation. For sale by E. W. Adams. l Ecxemaisa frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it can be per manently cured by applications of De Witt's Hitch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cure. J. VY. Houghton. . A Natural Jlenutlfler. Karl's Clover Root Tea nnrifins thn blood and gives a clear and beautiful complexion. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turnes to thoughts of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood and invigorate the system. J. W. Houghton. A fact Worth Knowing. Consumption, lagrippe,pneumonia,and all throat and lung diseases are cure by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by E. W. Adams. One minute is the standard time, and One minute Cough Cure is the standard preperation for every form of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. J. W . Houghton. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catnrrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. For sale by E. W. Adams. Mrs. R. DeYoung, Middleburg la., writes, I have used One Minuet Cough vuie iur bix years, Doui ior myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory cough cure i nave ever useu. j. w. Houghton. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea i - is a sure cure ior headache and ner- vuuh uiseuses. coining relieves so quicKiy. i' or sale by E. W. Adams. 1 For Dyspepsia and liver complaint you have a printed guarantee on eacn notue or Sliuoh s V i talizer. It never fails to cure. For sale Dy K vv. Adams. i DldVOU ever think how roaililv thn blood is poisened by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature oiuage. Dennis wtue r-arly Kisers, tha famous little pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. J. V. Houghton. It Saves Uvea Kvery Day. Thousands o cases of consumption. asinma, coughs, coins and croup are cured every day by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 A. L. Wooster. a prominent citizen of Osseo, Mich., after suffering excruciat ingly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short timo by usinz DeWitt's vvuen uazei baive, an absolute cure for an skin diseases. More of this prepa ration is usea man au others combined. J. Vv. Houghton. xoung mothers uroau the summer months on account of the great mortal ity among children caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic & Cholera cure, and administer it prompt ly. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery ami niarrnoea, it anorus instant reuer. J. W. Houghton. Distressing kidney and bladder diseas es relieved in six hours by the New Great bouth American Kidney Cure. This new remedy is a great surprise on account of Hi exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part ol th9 urinary passages in male or female. It relieves retention of water and pain in passing it almost im mediately, ir you want qmcK relief and cnxo this is your remedy, tsoia Dy Hi. w Adams, drugghst, Wellington, 0. 42v30 The autograph letters testifying to cures made by Ayer's Sarsaparilal and other Drenarations are kent on file at the J. C. Ayer Co.'s office, Lowell, Mass. They are from all over trie world and are cheer full shown to anyoue desirous of seeing them. Specimen Cases. S. II. Clifford, New Casgf 1, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheuma tism, his strtinuch was disordered, hig liver was allectKl to an alarming de gree, appetite fell awny, and ho was terribly reduced inlieslianU rtrenstli. Three bottle of Electric Biliers cured him. Edward Shepherd. Uarrisburjr, III., hud a running gore on hi ley of eight yenrs' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven Iioxpd ef Bucklen's Arnica Sitlve, and lilslegli sound and well. John Speaker, Ca tawba, O., had rive large fever son's on liis leg, doctors Riilil Im '! incurable. One bottle ol Electric Rltteiv and one box Bucklen's Arnica SalvB fined him entirely. Sold by W. F. Near & Co., druggists. 3 A Household Treasure D. AV. Fuller, of CiinH.iohi.ri ie, N. Y., snys that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery In the house and his family has nlwnvR found the very bent results follow its use; .that he would not be without it, if procurable. G.A. Dykeman, druggist, Cattskill, X. Y., says that Dr. King' New Di-covery Is undoubtedly the bet eouh remedy; that he has used it In I 1 fimily lor eight yVars. and it h never tm e l to do all that is claimed lor it. hy not try a remedy eo lontr t ri d and tested. Trial bottles free ut V. V. Near & t,'o's druir Store. Kesrnhu- size !50o and $1. 3 Front a Findlay Mother. "Having used Dr. Hand's Colic Cure for my baby. I can fully recommend it. I have used a great many medicines for baby colic, and none have done so much good. I will hereafter use no other rem edy for colicky babies." Mrs. L. Tanner, Findlay. 0. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure, Dr. Hand's Teething Lotion and all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists for 23c. 2 T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Prom ise City, Iowa, says: "I bought one bot tle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism, and two doses of it did mo more good than any medicine I ever took." Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist. 20v30 After meals you should have simply a feeling of comfort and satisfaction. You should not feel any special indications that digestion is going on. If you do, you have indigestion, whioh means not digestion. This may be tho beginning of so many dangerous disease, that it is nest to tase u in nana at once anu ireai it with Shaker Digestive Cordial1. For you know that indigestion makes poison, which causes pain and sickness. And that Shaker Digestive Cordial does this by providing the digestive materials in winch the sick stomach is wanting. It also tones up and strengthens the diges tive organs and make them perfectly healthy. This is the rationale of its method of cure, as the doctors would say. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to$1.00 per bottle. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Springfield, 0., Jan. 5, 1894 The Hand Medicine Co., Philadelphia: "We have used the sample bottle of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure with entire Biiccess and find that it docs all that is claimed for it. ao praise can bo too great for such a truly wonderful remedy, and we cheer fully recommend it to any one having a baby with the colic." I remain sincerely youi'p, Ferdinand m. King, m scott-st. Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists, 25c. a POOR DIGESTION leads to nervousness, chronic dyspepsia and great misery. The best remedy is HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. ELY'S Ia quickly absorbed. clxHiisca thn nnxal pHHMige, allnyi pill 11 und lutlHiiimnMun, liunlH tho aorea. protects tli o mem- briie trom additional cold. restore the aongeii of timte and Binelt. It Will Cure! A particle Is aDDlled Into each nostril and Is agreeable. Price 60 cents at dniuKlsts or by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St..N. Y. PlctAldt I f -i h acnes IT TOUCHES. THE i SPOT, Coal ! Coal ! We are now prepared to furnish Hard and Soft Coal and Coke on reasonable terms. Free delivery to any part of town by a po lite and careful driver. A liberal share ot your pat ronage is solicited. Oihce on East Main Street. Abbott & Jones. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Fat nt baslnens conducted for Moderata Fees. V Our Office is Opposite U. $. Patent Office, and we enn seen re patent in lose time than tfaoa remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with descrlp tion. We adviee, if patentable or not, free o charpo. Onr feo not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients in your State, county, or town, sent free. Addross, c.A.erGW&co. Opposite Patent Offlcs, Wiihlngtea, D. C , CATARRH COLD 'N HEAD . t HINDERCORNS tM.irmenfl Com. Stnpi til patn. Makf vilkmr m.t. ioc. uniniKi. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM C1mhk suit bfautifiu th bslx Promolei lDxuri&nt Krowth. iNeTer Falls to Bettors Oram I .it air to Its xouturui voiot. Cum Mmlp dimiM hilr auiiif .CONSUMPTIVE or b.T. Indlirwtlon. Painful ills or Diblllty of any kind una PASKElra GINGEE TONIO. Many who were hope lew iud oUaoourageu have regained health by Us use. Chlckwiter'a r.nc'iMi Diamond ItraaJ. EHIW.WAI PILLS Orifrlncl and On I r GnnlnA. Arc. alway reliable, ladies mi S Urungln for Ckkhetler KnalUh Dl-F fcvftboxei, vftlad with blue ribbon. Tk y S CVifn other. Htfu e dangerout ub.fttu- V tionM ana muatitnu. ALDruggiitt, orMOd. fa Itimni for nartlaulart. LiKtimnnltia And V a .relief for KuUc," ( UtUr, by retar f llulL Jl. ( Tc-timoniftli. Nam Favor. 1klrlnla.li.nlnnl 4'. Kf ..,11.-.. M . Fold bj til Local Drucziiu, ' riiUtMliL. Jf2 liUEAKFAST-SUPPEU. GRATEFUL COMFORTIXfl. BOILING WATER OR MILK, - A CHANGE TO MAKE MONEY) Tli 8 timet a re hard, hut horn in il onrn novr Tri tholtiBt mouth 1 have madoSl7ft nelliiur (illninx UiKh Wufllioin. I never taw anything tuk like t lie y do. Yi lift, any women see me wubIi t hi dtii ititii-f limit, i k if, a, I ner HiHiioH, cl' in u ml dry them in one mi they liny one riulit hwiv. Anyone can nmk i.(..l.r A i ...... r i .... ........ I xtixi'Mig are the peoplo for the Climax tht-y winl t ir.r ii)fni. wi lift tothouiimnx filtr.' o., i tnun -tnin, Ohio, mid they will bpimI yon drculrt. 1' ii.iiptv niOlliiff wlmt Aurvhrwlir u'utita l.t l,.iv. I ft UHI limbai 4't fUHi !,( un.tr anatf HE MOST remarkable cures on record have becii accomplished by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It .8 unequalled for all BLOOD DISEASES. lo i:ie rubric Anyone wishing to purchase dairy cows will find them at my residence two miles north of Spencer center. All or ders filled if stock is not on hand. From 150 to 300 sold each spring for the last ' thirty years. Terms, easy, from one to two years' time at six per cent. J. H. Firestone, Spencer, 0. Now, for vour Eyes. Now you may need, a pair. ot spectacles ; your eyes may have changed so that the lens es in your present pair no IViiJji. OU1U JUUi V VO a VA J J KL may wish a pair of nice, styl ish, gold spectacles, ornamen tal as well as useful, tin any of these cases we can supply your wants. Yours, J.H, COMPOUND SYIiUP lite Pine and Tar. By healing the inflamed membrane and soothing the irritation of the breathing oas- :l Promptly Cures a Cold. Acts as a tonic to the sys tem and enables the bodily powers to prevail over the disease. Prepared by J. W. Houghton, Druggist. ' - VOPVRIOHTS. artnJ For Information and free Handbook write to MDNH CO., Ml BnoiDWiT, Niw York. Oldeit bureau for securing patents In America, Xrerr natent taken out bj ua la brouiht betori . the pnbUo bj a Bouee given tree of charge la th larmtt etrcnlaHnn ef any acfentirle peper fn the world. Hnlandldlr llluatrated. No InK-llliront man should be without It. Weekly, fc.l.OO yeari (IJUalxmontba. 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