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I tin a farmer loc itej n. ,ir Story Brook, one of the most malarious
Httricts in this State, and was both', red with malaria for years, at ti res o I could not work, an i was always very co sip Med as web. Fot years I had malaria so bad in the spring, wh.mi eng Iged in plowing, that I could do nothing bit shake. I must have taken about a barrel oi quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtain and any permanent benefit. La t fall, i t peach lime, 1 h..d a most teiious attack of chills and then c mtnenced to take Ripans Tabules. u,. r, a friend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and I have never Seen without them since. I lake one Tabule each morn ng and niv. t and sometimes when I feet more than usually exhausted I take three in a day. They have kept tt.y stomach sweet, mv bowels reg ilar and I have rot had the least touch of mal iria nor splitting headache since I commenced using them I Know also that 1 sleep better and wake up more refreshed than formerly. 1 don’t know how many co :ipl.ti::t> Ripans I abules will help, out I do know they will cure any o .e in the condition 1 was and I would not be without them at any price. I aonestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the world, ns they an also the most beneficial and the most conven ent to take. I m twenty-seven years cf age and have worked hard all my lite, l.e same as most fat met s, bo'h early and late and in all kinds of weather, and 1 have never enjoyed such good health as ! have since last fall;, in fact, my neighbors have all remarked i,iy improved condition and have said, ** Say, John, what are you doing to look so healthy ? ” Vi .. Kb. Am oflMUl liraHU il:at HI FA will ni tbcncflt. Tin / lianlvh imm urn! t'- t ! One given r illef. KoieMMWnitlh I R’A'N'K on tl.i pM-kt go and At-cept no substitute. KI P A •* for eenfsor tvcl* p,uk* t* forkttviiu, iimy !••• )m I at noy drug Ten -ample* and one th •*■ •uni teetlmoiiUili will la* mailed to any aildres* tft • ent*. forwarded to %*• Rlpan* CbeMligl C*., Wo m bpruce t.T., Her York. HIGGLE BOOKS of A Farm Library of unequalled value—Practical, r 0 Up-to-date, Concise and Comprehensive— Hand- A somc.ly Printed and Beautifully Illustrated. By JACOU bioole (( iff No - i-bkkjlo HORSE BOOK \ U/-Air I All.ibout Horse,-. Common Sense Treadle, with over hIT El * 74 illustration* ; a standard work. Price y, Cents / $ \ \ No. 2 HIGGLE BERRY BOOK * \ AII ~ou* growing small Fruit*—read and learn how • 1. 1 contain* 43 colored lite like reproduct lonnof all leading I varieties nnd 100 other ilhmtrations Price. 50 Cent* I No. 3-BIOGLE POULTRY BOOK I A " 11,10111 Poultry ; the beat Poultry Book in existence HhAAK k x / tell*everything ; withrj colored liie-ltkereproduction. 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Hall. daily excursions TO CALIFORNIA I Through timt class and Tourist Sleeping Cant to points California and Oregon every dav in the year from Chicago PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS Every Thursday from Chicago LOWEST RATES SHORTEST TIME ON THE RO 'O FINEST SCENERY Only route by which you can leave home any day in the week uud travel in tourist cars on fast trains ali the way. For descriptive parnpL- i lets mad full information inquire of nearest agent. MnfM Advertiser at th-. prt Offie. ia W.baaa, . Mcuii'l-clatt mail atiac. eabllakad rirrj Thu radar at WOma Cent/. Wu. C OmOIAL a. HIMLMY, KtUtor and Propriator Siihaeription SI SO per rear ia Dm. • copies free MASO VERSUS PALMA I NEW CANDIDATE IN CUBA GAINS BTRENGTH. NATIONAL PARTY SPLIT Gornez May Take the Stump to Save Palma Who Will Have a Hard Fight to Win the Pres.dency— Palma Strongest Away From Havana. Havana, Nov. 15. —The managers of General Bartolome Maso, candidate of the democratic party for the presi dency of Cuba, claim that he will have large majorities in Santiago, Puerto Principe and Santa Clara. The na tional party In Havana, which had pro claimed Senor Tomas Estrada Palma its candidate, has split and a large faction is out for Maso The support ers of Senor Palma are beginning to realize the possibility of a close elec tion. It is said that General Maximo Gomez will be asked to stump Cuba for Palma. Gomez is accredited with saying that Palma will have to fight hard to win. CROOKS GAIN TIME. Postoffice Defrauders Not Yet Sent to Prison. Havana, Nov. 15.—The defendants in the Havana postofflce fraud cases have been granted an extension of ten days in which to file their answers. A dispatch to the Associated Press from Havana Oct. 15 said that the in dictments in these cases sent by the fiscal to the audiencia implicated Estes O. Rathbojfe jointly with C. F. W. Nee ley and W. H. Reeves in defrauding the government,"and that the fiscal recommended that each of the accused men be fined $150,000 and that Rath bone be sentenced to 2i> years, Neely to 25 years and six months and Reeve3 to 24 years and six months imprison ment. SHOT IN HIS SALOON. Robbers Make a Bloody Raid Near Rhinelander. Rhinelander, Wis., Nov. 16.—George Smith was shot and robbed in his sa loon at Tomahawk Lake, seventeen miles north of here. The robbers, two in number, both wearing masks, stood on the porch looking into the saloon and when Smith entered the room they followed and toTd him to throw up his hands, which he refused to do. Instead of obeying Smith struck one of the men with his fist, knocking him down. The mans partner then shot the sa loon keeper, the bullet striking his right wrist, going through and into his stomach. Smith fell and the men looted the place, securing S4OO. They then carried Smith to a back room, commanding him to stay there until moiuiug Smith, although weak, crawled into the adjoining saloon and gave the alarm. The robbers have not been apprehended. Smith was brought to the hospital heie. WOULD TRY BUSINESS MEN. Roseberry Gives interesting Observa tion at Edinburgh. Ixnulon. Nov. I.l.—Lord Roseberry speaking last night in Edinburgh, sail he did not intend again to try to s. cure a reform in the house of lords, a this was not a task for an individuu | hut one needing a national impulse. ”1 would like to see,” he continued j “the experiment for a year of a gov eminent formed entirely of busines men. such, for example, as Carut gi a-nl Sir Thomas Upton, instead o politicians. I would ask you. are w Retting our money's worth for th money spent? We are beginning t learn the lesson that great measure must in future be carried more b‘ j the harmony of contending parties an agreement of belligerent politician j than by the overpowering aseendenc? ' of any one faction in the country.” WINE ROMANCE Hasty Marriage After Cfousal Endt in Divorce. New Nork. Nov. 15.—The romance o f j IJoyd A. Turner, college man. eotil j ion leader and heir to a fortune, anf Miss Adelina Mayo, a Virginia sooietj girl, which began with a hasty mar ringo after a wine supper in Washing ton and was followed by his desertior o' his bride and his appearance U this city as the driver of a hanson I < al>. has at last ended In a divorct court. Mrs. Turner has Just beer granted a decree of absolute divorce tu Richmond, on statutory ground Turner’s conduct in this city fur nlstied tlie evidence on which the dl vorce was granted. Mrs Turner re stimes her maiden name. Young Turner tomes from Sa - Francisco He will inherit a million dollar estate when he becomes ol age. The estate is in charge, at present, of his mothep, and he is de pendent upon her for a living. It was when she stopped his income, on account of his marriage, that he had to drive a cab to avoid starvation. * DEUSTER-ROEHRICH. Social Event of Note in the Cream City. Milwaukee, Nov. 15.—The marriage of Miss Elsie Roehrich and Hugo Deuster, son of ex-Congressman P. V. Deuster, took plade last evening at he Gesu parish house at 6:30 o’clock. The bride was attended by Miss Alma 1 Deuster and the groom by Dr. Oscar Deuster. The ceremony was followed by a dinner at the home of the bride’s father, F. L. Roehrich, 271 Farewell avenue. Only the Immediate relatives of the contracting parties were present. TRAIN WRECKERS THWARTED. Get Ready for Business but Fail to Act. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 15. —Twenty sticks of dynamite, a piece of fuse and an explosive cap were found near a bridge of the Burlington road at Havelock, Neb., Sunday. The matter was not reported to the railroad of ficials at once, however, and it is feared the would-be criminals have es caped, but a force of detectives is at work on the case. An attempt at train wrecking and robbery is supposed to be the explanation of the explosives being placed at the bridge. BANK ROBBERS RIFE IN IOWA Leroy. lowa, Nov. 15.—The First National bank of Leroy, Decatur coun ty, was broken into last night and $2,000 taken. The robbers effected an (entrance through the door and explod led the safe by the use of nttroglycer ine. The bank building wa3 wrecked and the entire contents of the safe were scattered about promiscuously. No one was awakened in time to see any of the robbers or secure a clew. All the cash was taken. This maket the eighth bank robbery in lowa with in a month. I I Saving Car Haul. Laramie, Wyo., Nov. 15. —Swift & Cos. is preparing to build a large pack ing plant here. The object is to save car haul on live stock to Missouri riv er points and Chicago. The company has vast livestock interests here. We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence seemed almost ended, resuscitated and made strong by the use of | WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Price, 25 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. The sole surviving officer of the old guard of the first Napeleon is said to be living at Warsaw in poverty. He is a Pole named Markiewicz, and is now 107 years old. He receive® a small pension from the Russ.ae gov ernment. Corn-huskers' sprained wrists, barbed-v ire cuts, burns, seve-o lacerations and external in juries of any kind are promptly ami happily cur-d by applying BAL LARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Post office store. Jacob C. Brautigam, who recently lied at Montclair, N. J.. at the age of 80, was one of the Chicago pioneers, for ho established there a bookstore •n 1844, having learned the trade in Philadelphia with E. C. Biddle. A "stitch in ’ime saves nine.” ard :i dose BALLARD’S HORKHOUND SYRUP at the beginning of a < old will save you many weary hours and ven days of distressing and harassing cough. Price. 25 and .'>o .jenis. For sale at Postofflce store. -— 1 -- ■ j The negroes of Memphis are to pre sent to Rev. Quincy Ewing of Green ville Miss., a substantial testimonial of their appreciation of his recent strong sermon against lynching Happiness deoends very much on ‘he condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make hut little in' pression on those whose digestion is rood. Yon can regulate your liv' 'nd kidnevs with HERBINE and en 'oy health and buoyancy of spirits. Price. 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. Judge Henry J. Hudson of Columbus \*eb., is again to run for police Justice, ilthough about 80 j ,-ars of age. He ays he intends to keep it up until he s an old man. in anaemia and most women's at! nents the digestion is weak, th naking of color, flesh and strengtl >ut of food, is imperfect so that th attest is week. wan. nervous an ‘yspeptic. This condition can be orrected by taking a course o‘ IERBINE. Price. 60 cents. Fci ale st Posto'Sce storA King Edward of England wears a "n. 7 hat, while the German empero* Is fitted with a6% and the duke ol Cornwall a 6%. A. E. HIMLEY, Crandon, Wisconsin. Real Estateand Loans Lands in Forest, Marinette, Oneida and Vilas Counties. Also agent for Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co.’s Lands. Taxes and Titles looked after for Non-residents, All correspondence cheerfully answered. For further mrticulars call on or address A. E. HIMLEY, Crandon, Wis. There are thousands of people, su: fering untold torture from piles, be cause of the popular impression that th y can-’ot be cured. TABLER S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the, patient will re main cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. For sale a: tore. I A FREE PATTERN (jour own selection) to every sub- J scriber. Only 50 ceuts a year. MS CALLS MAGAZINE A LADIES’ MAGAZINE. A pem; beautiful colored plates; latest fashions; dressmaking economies ; fancy work; household hints; fiction, etc. Sub scribe to day, or, send 3c lor latest copy. Lady agents wanted. Send for terms Stylish, Reliable, Simple, Up-to date, Economical and Absolutely Perfect-Fitting Paper Patterns. MSCALLi 1 a BAZAR. fl Patterns AD Seams Allowed sad Per for it loss skow tke Bast Iso Md Sewisg Lines. Only 10 and 15 cents each—none higher Ask for them. Sold in nearly every city and town, or by mail from THE McCALJL CO.. 113-115-117 West 31st SU NEW YORK. "5? VETERINARY SPECIFICS A. A. > FEVEIIfc. Congeatlonn. Inflamma. cinuts s llon*. Lun* Fever. Milk Fever. M. INPRAWH, LameticNH, Injuries. cures> &heaaiatUia. I\ €*. >MIUK THROAT, Quinsy, Kpizootic, < urjcs > IliMleiuper. n*raj [ OIL MS, Uota. Grubs. K. E. M'OI I>HM, ('old*. Influenza, Inflamed CLRKBS Lim; ~ Pleuro-Pneumonia. I'. F. M’OLH’, Bellyache. Wind-Blown, f t rkb V Diarrhea. D>eiitery. O.U. Prevents MISCARRIAGE. JJJJj j- KIIMiRY dr BLADDER DISORDERS. I. I. |NKI\ I)IPEAftRti, Manice, Eruption*, n KZB ) l/leern. Grea*e. Earey. 4. ( OMHTIOV Marins Goat. * curs > Indigestion, l*toiiiarli htagtfera. GDc. each; Stvble Case. Ten Specifies, Book. Ac., $7. At drupKihM or pent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphrey*’ Medicine Cos., Cor. William A.T. bu hta.. New York. Veterinary Manual Sent Frejw Dr. Humphreys’ Specifics cure by acting directly upon the disease, without exciting disorder in any other part of the system. °. CUKES. PRICES. 1— Congestions, Inflammations. .25 2 Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .25 3 Teeth!**, Colic, Crylng.Wakefulness .25 4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25 T—Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25 H— Aeurnltila, Toothache, 9—Headache. Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .2.3 10— Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Weak Stomach. 2 5 11— Suppressed or Painful Periods 25 12— Whites. Too Prof use Periods 25 13— 4’ronp. Laryngitis. Hoarseness 25 14— Salt Rheum. Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25 15— Rheumatism. Rheumatic Pains...... .25 lO—Malaria. Chills, Fever and Ague 25 19—Catarrh. Influenza. Cold In the Head .25 2D—Whooping-t'oush 25 27—Kidney Dlsenscs 25 2H—\ervou* Debility 1.00 30— t'rinary Weakness. Wetting Bed 25 77—Grip. Hay Fever 25 Dr. Humphreys Manual of all Diseases at your Druggists or Mailed Free. Sold by druggist*, or sent on receipt of Humphreys' Med. Oor. William A John Sta, New York. 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