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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O.. SEPTEMBER 8, 1892.
Democratic-Northwest. Ths fool wheelbrrow -better it again in Lit glory. Mr. Blaise' loyalty to the Hsrri on ticket U being heavily over-advertised. The silence of Secrecary Tracy con cerning that armor acandal it rapidly reaching the oppressive stage. The cholera is not "in it" with the Sullivan-Corbetl fight as a subject of general interest, just now. Has Boss Piatt been again promised the Treasury portfolio? If so, was the promise made by Elkins or by Mr. Harrison? Perhaps a vision of a democratic legislature in Massachusetts had some thing to do with Senator Dawes de termination not to stand for reelection. The season is now approaching when the poor summer girl will be given a much needed rest, which will be participated in by newspaper readers. The preachers have no good reasons for getting themselves mixed up in the homestead muddle, and those of them who are not hunting notoriety at any price will not do it. Secretary Charlie Foster, who is known in Washington as the profane member of the administration, ad dressing a religious gathering is one of the queer things of the seaBon. Why should Mr. Cleveland be as tonished at republican misrepresenta tions concerning his record? If they confined themselves to facts their campaign material would be limited indeed. Senator Dawe3, announcement that he would not be a candidate for re election has a string tied to it, as he followed it up with the statement that he would not say no, if the legislature re-elected him. No republican has been found who is willing to bet a cent that Harrison will get a single electorial vote out of the "solid South". This is significant, in view of the volume of talk on the subject. New York dailies would better sing lower about "fake" news, foreign or domestic. The most of them are not above using it at times, and with some of them the times come most al mighty close together. Senator Piatt called at the repub lican headquarters the other day. It was not, however, for the purpose of tendering advice, but to serve no tice on Mr. Harrison.throughthis man Carter, that unless he kept his fingers out of New York politics he might expect to get them pinched. Ex-Conoressman Ben Butterworth, who announced with a great flouri sh of trumpets when he was given a $7000 sinecure in the world's fair management that he was "out of pol itics"and intended to resume the prac tice of law, appears to be trying to sneak under the political canvas again. What right has the United States government to retain the $2,000,000 which has accumulated at Washington on account of Postoffice money orders issued but never cashed? None at all. When a money order-is not cashed, the person to whom it was issued should be notified to call at the issuing office and get the money back. That's the only honest way. If any section ot the country or any business is Bhown to have been prosperous during the last two years, the protection worshipers straightway claim that its prosperity is entirely due to the McKinley tariff law, but when the contrary is shown, with great unanimity they shout: "Oh, the tariff has nothing to do with that." Mr. Allen G. Thurman is credited with having said that if he had his way he would close the democratic headquarters in Ohio, and abandon the campaign in that State. It is a good thing for the democratic party that ' Mr. Thurman cannot have his way; it is not a good way. It was by keeping up the organization and making an aggressive fight all along the lines that Cleveland was elected in '84, and the same methods are necessary now to accomplish the same result. To abandon the campaign in any State is but to furnish the enemy with additional amunition in other States. It is said that Bob Jngersoll will take the stump for Harrison and Held. He has done little, if anything, In that line since 1880. A man who does not believe In Ood Is a fit orator for a pure ly mercenary and godless party. Of course Robert's arguments In establish ing the Republican theory of protection will be about as convinofnK and effec tive as his arguments to prove there is no "hell,"tbe workings of which are about the same for the poor people as AN ABUBODIED INFANT. How oar infant industries expect It be helped along. A MIRACLE WORKER. Tba McKinley BUI Makes Good Cheat and Make Goods Dear. Ask the first protectionist you meel why American manufacturers need pro tection, and he will say that without a tariff foreign manufacturers would pul goods into the American market at prices so low American manufacturers could not live. That is the only excuse for a tariff. The only necessity is to protect Ameri can manufacturers against low prices. The tariff is intended to secure for the American manufacturer better price than he could command without it. He is supposed to distribute a portion of his returns in better wages to his men. Manifestly a tariff which does not ac complish this purpose of maintaining prices is a failure. American manu facturers do not have to be protected against high prices. High prices benefit them. It is high prices they are seeking. Free trade, we are told, would "flood the country" with cheap goods; otu manufacturers could not meet these low prices and live. Hence the tariff. This has been the argument back of every tariff bill which has been pushed through congress. This has been the burden of every argument in behalf of a tariff from Hamilton to McKinley. It was this dread of cheap clothing which inspired every speech Mr. Harrison made in the campaign of 1888, and every Re publican orator sought to terrify the American workingmen with the specter of cheap goods bringing low wages. But now consider the arguments with which the Republican journals are loaded. The whole theory of protec tion as taught prior to 1890 has been abandoned, and today we are told that low prices are not an injury, but a benefit to the country; that low prices are always accompanied by high wages, and that the McKinley tariff secures both these boons for the American peo ple. Louisville Courier-Journal. . A HAND FULL OF "pIckId MEN Capture Over Fifty of tbe Riotous Ten nessee Miners. Outer Springs, Tenn., Aug. 27. Volunteers were called for Thursday morning at Coal Creek by Lieutenant Patterson to go to Oliver Springs and try to take that place. As the whole brigade responded at once, thirty-seven men were picked. The officers in com mand were Colonel Siever and Lieuten ant Patterson. They arrived at 12:30 when the telegraph office was seized. The train then went on from Indian creek mine, where about twenty-five miners were captured. They were left in charge of seven men. when Lieuten ant ratcerHon oruereu riis men to march to River Gap mines, where thirty men were captured. Then he started across the mountains, capturing twenty-five more. Lieutenant Mallory alone cap tured twenty among them two or three or tne leaders, rneyare oeing tried bv Colonel Sievers and staff. All the miners captured and found guilty were taken to Uoal ureen i naay morning. Capt. W. A. Abbett, wao hrs long been with Messrs. Percivnt sua UrUvu, tteal Estate and Insurance Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and is one of the best Known and most re spectsd business men in that city, snys: "I oan testily to the good qnalites of Chamber lain's Gongh Remedy. Having nseJ it in my iamuy lor thepRst eight years, l can safely Bay it has no equal for eitber colds or cronp." 60 cent bottle? for sale by Saur & Balstey. lin Cleveland the Platform. "But it was not necessary in this canvass that the Democracy should have a platform. Before the president ial election four years ago the presi dent of the United States addressed a message to' congress calling attention to the Injustice of the tariff and urging the repeal of many of its protective features. Frleuds advised against it. Cabinet officers remonstrated. His party leaders disapproved. But neith er advice nor remonstrance, nor self interest, nor threats, nor fear of defeat restrained him. Loving the truth, solicitous for the conditions of labor, learless of consequeuces, he staked his electiou upon bis message and its merits.and lost. Tbe peopledidn't see the truth clearly. The hold of monopo ly upon the country was too strong. The laboring people did not realize their burdens. But the work of educa tion was inaugurated. Tbe light has commenced toihine in dark places. He who lost his life shall save it. He who was beaten at one electiou shall win at another, and in the same sign iu which the first was lost. Aud in the glory of freedom's day.which shall come with his triumph, the working men of America shall Mud their leader, prophet and emancipator lu Urover Cleveland." Frank Kurd. The Republican National committee is troubled about the revolt among the farmers in the Northwest, who were formerly Republicans. Four years ago Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Min nesota, Michigan, Nebraska and Wis consin were reliably Republican, and needed no attention. Now they are placed in the doubtful list by the com mittee, aud will need the very hardest kind of work to carry them, and even then may fall. The farmers dont be lieve the tarrlff tax makes them pros perous. Doomed Forever. Miss Sharp I'd think your brother would show more attention to the girls than he does. ,1 Miss Olde Well, you see, he Is under promise to me to act as my escort every where until I am married. Miss Sharp I shouldn't think he'd want to live a bachelor all bis life.-KaU Field's Washington, . WHEAT SOWING. HOW DEEP SHOULD IT BE SOWS AND BOW MI CH PER ACRE. Seeding by Drill and Broad-cast All These Matter Carefully Tested bjtha Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. The Ohio agricultural experiment station baa for several years been inves tigating sucn problem In wneat cul ture as the quantity of seed per acre, tbe depth of seeding, drilling versus broadcasting, the mixing of different varieties, cross drilling and tbe use of the roller press. Tbe average results favor sowlug at tbe rate of five to seven pecks per acre of thoroughly cleaned seed, and sowing this not to exceed two Inches deep. Io favoiable seasons broadcast seeding has produced about as large a crop as drilling; but if tbe seeding season be hot aud dry, drilling Is likely to give the best results. No advantage Las yet been discovered In tbe mixing of different varieties. There has been asllghtincreaseof crop where tbe wheat was cross drilled, the same quantity of seed beiDg used in each case. This Increase may be partly due to the more thorough pulveriza tion of the soil accomplished by the double drilling. The roller press a wheel following each hoe of tbe drill has not Increased the yield sufficiently to warrant its use. THE FERMENTATIONS OP MILK. The office of experiment stations, United States Department of Agricul ture, Washington, D. C, has issued a bulletin on tbe fermentations of milk and their relations to dairying, which gives In concise form information of great value to all engaged in tbe hand ling of milk. Following is tbetableof contents of the bulletin, which may be procured by any one Interested by ad dressing tbe office of experiment sta tions, as above, or Hon. J. M. Rusk, secretary of agriculture, Washington, D. C: Composition of milk. Causes of fermentation. Fermentation of milk by rennet. The souring of milk. Number of bacteria in milk. Relation of electricity to tbe souring of milk. Other forms of fermentation of milk. Alkaline fermentation of milk. Butyric acid. Bitter milk. Alkaline curdling of milk. Blue milk. Alcoholic fermenatiton of milk. (Slimy fermentation. Miscellaneous forms of fermentation. Practical bearing of the subject upon dairying. Handling milk. Butter-making. Cheese-making, etc. Ohio Exhibit In the Department of Fish and Fisheries. As a factor in the question of food supply, the fisheries of Ohio are yearly becoming more important. Their economic value is demonstrated by the fact that in tbe Lake Erie fisheries alone the aggregate capital invested In this Industry by citizens of the State, amounted, in 1S69, to 51,207,186. There were 47,445,481 pounds of fish caught, valued at 1683,590; the number of em ployes was 1,207, and the wages paid amounted to $423,540. There are no available statistics from which an esti mate of the extent of the river fisheries maybe formed, but it is safe to say that the value of this branch of the in dustry, and catches made in the various reservoirs in the State, added to that of Lake Erie, will swell the aggregate to more than 51,000,000 annually. It is propoeed by the Board of World's Fair Managers of Ohio that the exhibit In this department shall be of such a character as will give a proper idea of the usefulness, financial value and magnitude of the industry. There are two methods bv which this may be accomplished by exhibits of live nsn in aquaria, or by mounted specimens. The latter method, which is the one that has been adopted, in addition to showing the food fishes indigenous to Ohio waters, has a scientific value also, as it illustrates tne natural History and shows tbe geo graphical distribution, and the relation between extinct and existing species. It is the desire of tbe Board to obtain specimens for the pllrpdse of having them mounted. As there is little com mercial impulse to stimulate private exhibits iu this department, it is hop ed that a sentiment of State pride will induce our citizens to aid the commis sion by contributions of specimens, or by iurmsmng sucn information, when particularly fine specimens are caught. as will enable tbe Board to secure them. All telegrams or letters should be ad dressed to Hon. Daniel J. Ryan, Exe cutive commissioner, uoiumbus, uuio H. P. Platt, C. N. Harding, W. T. Alberson, Committee on fish and fisheries. For Snnday School Workers. Twelve men out of the sixteen who compose the Executive Committee of tne unio Sunday school Association have just held an important meeting at Chautauqua, N. Y. Among tbe matters considered, was the next State Convention, which is to be held next June, at Canton, Ohio, and which gives promise of even surpassing the last one at Lima, which was the largest and best ever held in the State, It will surprise many to know that at the Lima Convention were 729 delegates, (415 Men and 314 Women,) representing 23 relicious denomina tions; 96 Pastors, 115 Superintendents, 57 other officers, and 397 Teachers. Normal work, Township and County Convention work are to be pushed this year also "Association Dav." November 27. 1892. Marion Lawrence. Toledo, O., General Secretary of the Association, will furnish any desired Information concerning the work of me Association. "Doctor," said the dying editor, "I nave oue last lavor to ass or you." "Name it," said the doctor. "I want you to attend the editor of the other paper." -ft. More Important. She was not worried In the house of prayer Because her soul's condition wakened fear: But, on! her perturbation it was great When she found that her bonnet was not on straight. FSkin Chamberlain's Eya and Ointment. A certain cure for Chronio Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Files. It Is cooling; and soothing. Hundreds of oases have been eared by it after all other treatment had failed, ttlspnttrpIa MudMratbnxeft, : Dasaagaa. New Lip box, O., Aug. 29. On July 28 James and Jane Oilson, husband and wife, were ran down at a road crossing on tbe Cleveland and Pittsburg railroad, in the western part of this county, and both were severely injured. They ask $30,000 damage,. FaraWs Fir Lm. WAAgoifTT. O., Aug. 80. John O'Connell, residing six miles northwest of here, lost 700 bushels of wheat and 500 bushels of oats by fire. It was out in the field, and ready to be thrashed. It is supposed to be the work of a tramp who was sleeping in the wheat stack. ' Notice to Non-Resident Land? Owners. To all Lot and Land Owners and Municipal and Private Corporations that 111 L - A (VUaIaJ rillk TKURK.n I 1 J I - . I Will UV AUCVKU VJf IUP AIIUU lUiflUVCUJCUI UCICIU UCBIgUKktCU. ACDITOK'S Ornci, Sspoleoo, Henry Coooty, Ohio, August M, 1892. In the Matter of County Ditch Improvement No. 727, Pe titioned ror Dy red. acneele, et. al. Notice to Land Owners and Others. Ton sad etch of too sra hereby aotinsd thst OB the lttta dar sf Mar. A. D 1092. Fred . Scheele sod others Sled a petliioa lth ths Auditor of ssld County, lbs snbetanea sod praysr of which said pelMon Is, tbst there exists a neeessttT for lbs widening, deepening snd straightening of a ditch and prays ror lbs msk'is 01 socn improTrmeot on ids loiwwiug route sna termini, to-wit: Commemtn? st S DOlnt soout twenty (20) feet west snd boat sixty (0) feet north of the sonth east oorner of section No. 90, Town S, North Ranis T Esst, Henry County, Ohio, thence loaning north on wert side of township line road between Marlon snd Bartlow townthlpsa distance of about m miles, or to where It wl II Interred west branch of Beaver Creak, thence following the said west branch of Bearer Creek in a north easterly direction widening, deeping snd straightening the same, Ihrongh Sections No. IS. 7, a, 4 ana s oi eaniow lownamp, ana tnroagn sections n o. 84, , k, 13, -it, 13, 13 and I, Richfield township to within ons rod of the Hue between Wood and Henry mantles, Ohio, snd there terminal. All in Marion, Bartlow and Rich Held townships, Henry County, Ohio. Thataald petition is now pending, and that such proceedings have been duly snd lera'lyhsd, that the Board of Commissioners hare found that aald improvement Is necessary for and wlU be conducivs to the public health, convenience and wellfare. and that ths lins thereof is on the beet route, and we lorther determine that to seeurs proper drainage for a great part of ths teirltory songht to be drained by said improvement, and to secure the object of said Improvement, a branch ditch thereto will be necessary snd will bs conducive to the public health, convenience and welfare, which said branch ditch we Bod ought to be located on the following described route : Commencing shout eignty mu) roos east or tos west quarter post or section 24 or Marlon township, Henr- Conntv. Ohio, thence running east on the south side of the half section Una rosd nnUl It Inter sects the Improvement prayed for in tbe petition . we rnrthardetermiue tnano secure me onjeci or tne saiu improvement so prsyea ror, a second branch ditch on tbe following route and termini will be necexsary: Commenrlnir about 80 rods west snd 00 rods north of the south east corner of Section 4 in said Marion township, thence running north until It Intersects the first shove described branch ditch of said Improvement, and the duly appointed Engineer C. N. Schwab, tq. , has Sled In this office his report as required by law, and that as such Auditor of said county, tbe undersigned has fixed the 19th Day of Sept., A. D., 1892, at 9 o'clock A. M., at tbe Auditor's office, Napoleon, Ohio, for the hearing of said matter and proceed! ng. The following apportionment thereof baa oeeu made to you by the engineer Iu his report, viz: OWNER'S NAME. Blue, Wun T Csvauangh, .las ChrUtmsn, Jacob Parlett, John weiniana, jonainan Mvera. John C Minecke.Pster - Zay, F. B Short, F H Lsnnlng, Lewis Ferguson. Alva A Jaqus, W A . Kventl, tl Jbevnuy A Real Estate aud Improvement Co. Deshler, J O - Kurta, W F :. Levers. Thos i Scott, Robert Jackman, James Smith, Samuel VonFlntel, Wm Wlckeriy, wm Deshler, J U - Lee, A W Errett, John Errett, Jonsthau Hyalop, Robert - Hyslop, James. - Short, F H.. Nsdus. James A Jameson. Clara Hvs on Lurcum. Morehrsd, E Smhl. Wm Livers, Thos J Davidson, Silas Hewett. Clara F . Bell, Thos Dillon A Lamb..... Ball. William Pierce, Augusta Deshler, J G Vermins, SB - Short, FH do Deshler, J O Short, F H Deshler, JO Short, F H Talmage, J O Sheta. uenry r.... Willier. David . Singer A Henderson Willier, Sicks....- Roberts, Theo Lowmaeieru uana wuua......... 8 wart z A Steinman, Wm H Robson. J H . . . . H Hinsdale, G P. Rose, John Bahlman, John B Capen, J G Stultz, Albert Stnltz, E H Gallant. George Smart, IN schall, Joseph Mercer, Rnfus Shoemaker, T C Laskjy, George Reid, Edwin Bishop, Wm Beck, Wm S and D 0 Beck, Israel Brown, Edward Schall, Joseph Short, F H . Schent. Herman- -.. Wlnsinfe, Henry , Long, George CroBby, Frank A Carpenter & Ilu.ll ......... Detwiler, I H Frcy, Benben M I.ee, A W Reid. Edwin Hyslop Robert Frev, Reuben M - Byal, Absolom P Frevtag, George J aqua, Herm J Cable, Ed and F S Becketeln, J H Urover. Enos Pohl, E Shenk, Atexander CB4BKU Short, FH do Bnck,.Icnnle E . Buck & Thompson Smart, W Short, F H i... Bcaddock and Gordon Short, F H Onsey, James Short, F H , do Selm, Conrad Robinson, Bur Calvin and Hendry Lenhart. Jonas S Gerken, Fred Laskey, G U Boyer, Moses Enope, Frank Bolles, Wm McCarey, D M.... Ball. Wm Deshler, J G. Bell, Thomas Deshler, J G Reeoe, Klchsrd Loomls, Henry Dillcn & Lamb Mohn, MB.. Curtis, F B Dillon, John E McDougle, M M - Reed, E J Deshler, J G Otto, D Tj Hatch, Koswell Johnson, F H ... Leffler, D G ..... do Reed, E 1 Ferrlil, Wm Adamsoo, Thos Sheely, Levi H Tslmage, M M Kerr, Jamea H . Snyder, James Mrore, Wm N Mercer, Berlie W Slpo, Levi Dunnlgan, A France, Ed Bitt.ThosL - Laskey, George and Stephen Rogers, John W - Mtzeoer. J W. .... Laskey, George Laskey. S 8 Acketman, 0 Moore, Mary E Bortel.G L Katon, James Perfect. Arthur H .. Smith, Lydla E Kistler, John Loe, Abraham Harmsby, Benj. ... ., Gerken, Fred Andrews, Kail Neillng, John Bortel, Lewis........,..... ....... Naugle, John ... Broker, Fred A ..... Ehlen, Joseph.,,.- Hinsdale, Jano .......... Dnrliat, Joseph Boardner, Isaiah..... 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Aadrwaa DM. c JgDD. Detroit. Ilea. mm im SIX Fraa Medleal Advtra aidlreataseat anting rsa six months' trial. Vynewlra- MONTHS Bleetrla Beits are Rattertee aad Bell coaiblned; renerale ranVleDl Electric TBI A I L " bock. la erdsrtng, give uric af Bella ($3.00, t 00, $104)0, 116.00,) I rflAU. waist BBrasnra. aid full pamrulara. Aaeau wanted. . ! rigaieca sooains ws nav tatteBia aver 11 .000 roi J odd s Ilestrie Belts and Trasses, sad aava Baser had a slog is complaint, but h.v had many com. a-ltmeote passed upon them. n. II. IiWBIto nHnnnn. b assvi iitroi, mien No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence- Treatment. ID OC TO 13 OTTT, formerly of New York, now of the FRANCE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL. INSTITUTE, Columbus, Ohio, by request of many friends and patients, bas- decided to visit Napoleon, Tuesday, September 27th. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential Io the private par lor of the Miller House, one day only. The Doctors describe the different diseases better than the sick can themselves. It is a wonderful Rift for any one to possess. Their diagnostic powers have created wonders throughout the country. The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus, Ohio is the only Medical Institute in the State Incorporated with a capital of J300,000.00. SW 6,1 I I- ' 'I Mi r i fry ay, 4 11 ITI1-.M tm -"Tlj DR, FRANCK, PK13IDJNT. UK. 11. K. OTTU.AN, ttt'KUlCOfl, FRANCB MEDICAL, AND SURGICAL, INSTITUTE. 33 k 40 1. flay St., one Bloc nortu or state House, Columbus,!). iBcorporatetl 1886. Casual $300,000, r Dr. France, of New York, the well known and successful Specialist in Chronic Diacasca anrl Diseases of the Kvo and Ear, on account of his large practice in Ohio, has established the TSAUCB MEDICAL INSTITUTE, where all forms of Chronic, Nervotu tnd Print! Disease! will l nocusfolly treated on the soot ScieBtifio principles. He is ably assisted by a full corps of emiueut Physicians and surgeons. CA yCRR paiitivrl! cured without painor w.o the knife by a new ami never-failing method. 1MPORTA.ST TO LADIES 1R. Franc B, after years of experience, has discovered the greatest cure known for all diseases peculiar to the sex. Female diseases positively cured, by the new and never-failing remedy. Olive Btonanm, The cure is effected by home treat ment. Entirely harmless, and easily applied. C0M5ULTAXIQN F2S2 AND ST2ICTI? CCNFUHTTlAli. JACOB H. RESH, Auditor of Henry County, p. CURING OP PILES GUARANTEED. Will ffir tl.OilO rr to out of lulim. Mo tuou j required of rmponat ble p&riittt. Y0UN9 MEN Who have become vteilmi of nolltmrr tIm, that drMdnil tad destructive habit, whlob annusllT cwetpito o untimely frtra thouiutdi ot young men ofxild uvleul ud brilliant inicllttct, maj call wiltTaoDtl denca. DR. FRANCE Aftw tmw of xmrtttoe. hu dtsWOTerM the greatest cure known for weaknvn in the buck and liiubi, in voluntary discharges, inpoteoor, general deMlUy, nffrTouxwsj, languor, confusion of Ideas, palpitation of the heart, timidity, trembling, dimnaw of sight, or giddiness, diseases of the head, throat, note, or ktn, ft ectiona of the liver, lungs, stomach, or bowels those terrible disorder arising from the solitary vies of youth and tterat practices, blighting their most radiant hopea or anticipations, rendering marriage Impossible. Take one eaadid thought before ft ie too late. A wek or month niny place your ease beyond tbe reach of hope. My method of treat ment will speedily and permanently cure Ihfl most obailnale oase and absolutely restore perfect manhood. TO MIDDLB-AQBD MEN. There ire manr from the age of SO lo 60 who arv troubled with frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied )y a alight burning or smarting sen sation, weakening the system In a manner the patient cannot account for, (la examination of the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will be found, and sometime small particles of alba men will appear, or the color will be a thin or mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark or torpid appearance. There are many men wao ate OI Wis aimaauy, igaareai ui ue cause, wnton is a aeoood stage of seminal weaknem We will guarantee a perfect eure in all such case, and a healthy restoration of ttw geiu to art nary organs. PRIVATE DISEASES Blootf Polsw, Venereal Taint Gleet, Stricture, Seminal itimissiooa. Less ef Sexual Power. Weakness of Sexual Organs, Want of Desire In Male or Female, whether from imprudent habits or Tooth or sexual habits of ma ture years, or-any cause that debilitate tbe sexual functions, speedily and permanently cured. Consultation free and stricily confidential. Absolute cure guaranteed. No rlska incurred. Correspondence promptly answered, and DedlolttM tut free from obaerrauon to all parts of the United State. s w DISEASES OT WOMEN.-We bare a special dnr. nvnt, thoroughly organUed, and devoted excluslrely to the treatment of diseases of women. Every ease consulting our specialist, whether by letter or in person. Is given the most care, ful and considerate attention. Important oaaea (and we get few which bat e not baffled the skill of all the home physloians) hT the benefit of a full council of skilled specialists. In treatment of diseases peculiar to female, our saccesa has been marked, orer two-third of our patients being ladles, old, young, married, single, rich and poor. Uurmeihod is entirely free from objeo tionalile features of the general practitioner, namely, "Local troauneou" We seldom find It necessary. We prepare reme dies, oonHtltational and local, a the case demapda, and instruct ladies how to treat thamaelvee. . EPILEPSY, OB FITS Positively owed by a ttw and never-faiUng method. , FREE EXAMXN ATTON OP THE UBINE. Each person anolYimT fnr medlrnl treat ment should send or briny from 2 to4ouncesof unne(that passed flrst in the morning preferred). Persons ruined in health br unlearned pretenders, who keen triftintr with them month after month, giving poisonous and inj urious compounds, should apply immediately. WnMnCDCIII PIIDCC Perfected in old cases which have been neglected or imskilinilrr IiUnULnrUL liUriLO treated. No experiments or failures. Parties treated by mail nil Avninjj litif nrlura ruumihln iuihaiimI nnnmi 1 t'l t inn ia tiafju)f I rnwi itln aaa mniHiitnail a r liaa. uuu i iivi v iuodi mt ps. m;n 111 vunputvui una so a a v..ut j a uuaw a,un.n ft, iini aukgui . onuenceconnuenuai. AreiitmeniBeni; t;. j, v. to any part nr. u . r. 1 Address with postage, DH. FRANCE, Ho. 38 V. 07 St., C0L7UBVS, 3. iUY A LOTAT GRIFFITH !! THE COMING GREAT MANUFACTURING SUBURB OF CHICAGO. Lots $100 and Upwards: i0 ' Over 600 Lots Sold in Three Months WRITE TO-DAY. Parable $4.00 and ncwarda. monthlv. Bend $2.(10 denoaft to hold ! eat nnsoia jot mniraoia isauea wnen one-tenm u paid. Are Ion a Dollar Saier? tKfiX t si uussuui isit.CD cat) uiUUWi) riuiu ffiVUlU 1 a Tear will rival Hammond and Harvev as a manufactnrinir nnlnt ' Griffith has four railroads now in operation, three Eastern Trunk . Lines and the Outer Belt Line. It is higher elevation than Harvey, V bas two more railroads, and the ! Standard Oil Pipe Line, which sup-2 plleo fuel oil at two-thirds the cost l or coal. Within a vear when Factories are running, lot. will bring Tan J Mimes cno present prices. Get our folder, nhowinir man and ' data of Griffith tno-pt.her with eleven editorial extracts from the Chlrncn dailies ! and Real Estate nailers concerning Griffith's V . . . .r--. a ' t aavaniuges ana nngnt future. GET IT TO-DAT. TOD MISS M OPPORTUNITY Of your life if you fail to secure , , a lot before prices advance. You i ; can tret a obovms floob invest ment now. Send $2 deposit to secure the best unsold lot. we win select lor you u aesirea JAY 0WIG6INS ft CO.. 409 Chamber of Commsrcs, Chicsgo ( We refer bv nermission. to the Columbia Narl and Metro- . poll tan Nat'l Banks, of Chicago. Mention this paper, sure. W. . M fllas a full Stock J Farming Implements -SUCH AS- lflJ al king & Riding Cultivators, Single and Double Shovel Plows Iron and Wood Beam, Sulky Hay Hakes, Revolving Wood Bakes, Plows and Harrows. RANGES and COOK STOVES, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass. A full line of Shelf Hardware. Roofing and Spouting done on short notice. BUGGIES and SPRING WAGONS. Also Agent for the Turnbull Wagon. W- G. COOVER. , "Well begun is half done." Begin your housework by buy ing a cake of Sapolio is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all cleaning purposes. . Try it 10, 7lq? a m rarm msm im i amiwssaiaa ntHMirsBaw. THE POSITIVE CURE, i KTBimmNVmMsIirftiA rrlostscsjj. is KeptiDucan protection. T""" T'f ?,,? V ' 1 , """" " I v..