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I am a farmer located near Stony Brook, one of the most malarious
districts in this State, and was bothered with malaria for years, at times *o I could not work, and was always very co stipated as well. For years 1 had malaria so bad in the spring, when engaged in plowing, that I could do nothing but shake. 1 must have taken about a barrel of quinine pills besides dozens of ether remedies, but never obtained any permanent benefit. Last fall, in peach time, I had a most serious attack of chills and then commenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a triend's advice, and the fust box made me all right and I have never Seen without them since. 1 lake one Tabule each morning and night and sometimes when I feel more than usually exhausted I take three in a day. They have kept rt.v stomach sweet, mv bowels regular and I have not had the least touch of mal iria nor splitting headache since I commenced using them 1 know also that l sleep better and wake up more refreshed than formerly. 1 don’t know how many complaints Ripans Tabules will help, hut I do know thev will cure any one 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, as they art also the most beneficial and the most convement to take. Ii o twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, the vip.e as most farmets, both early and late and in all kinds ol weather. n?l 1 have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; in fact, iny neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have <atd, *' Sav, John, what are you doing lo look so healthy ? " \V > KD.-A .• of lifcd lira I<h Hint II IP* NS 111 u-1 brnrfll. Tlirjr liuulrh Holland , f Unegbeirtllaf. Not •* ln* * ••*-! K * P'A'NU on li>e I'fcfh' *• no •ulißt II •••*. Hlr AN i .t lur ft coitinor \>* k-i tor 4* tv nt*. nmy •* lml t any drug •* JtL 1 . 1 ' Bl ll £*.**" *VI. >nd tratliofMilnls will lw nM*'ri to uuy *d<lr** tor 3 cents, forwarded to Ittpaus Cl MOIOAI c. 0., No • bpruoe It.. Moo York. HIGGLE BOOKS $ A Farm Library of unequalled Talue—Practical, jgUp-to-date, Concise and Comprehensive— Hand- >. somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated. f By JACOB BIOOLE \ J f No. I—BIOULB HORSE BOOK ’V Id yr- - If I Ail about Hoi se—a Common-Sense Treatiw, with over ■ls W V 74 illustration, ; a standard work. Price 50 Cent, j M I \ No. 2—BIOOLE BERRY BOOK / ” \ All about growing Small Fruits—read and learn how; f . 1 contiim, 43 colored llle likr rtproduttionKofall leurling j ■■'Jr*'. J varieties and too other illustration*. Price, 50 Cents yK \ No. 3 —BIOOLE POULTRY BOOK Vt-tiflU 1 ) ftlK)ut Poultry ; the best Poultry Book In existence Pp# I tells everythinif ; wltluj colored life-like reproduct ionf / of all the principal breeds; with 103 other illustrations T\J \/V . , No. 4—BIOOLE COW BOOK m fll All about Cows and the Dairy Business ; bavin? a great I V W jf V o sale, contains Scoloretl life-like reproductions ofeaci 1 **** breed, with 13a other illustrations Price, 50 Cents \ . r No. 6—BIQQLB SWINE BOOK S# *73r- l Just out. All about Hog,—Breeding, Feeding, Butch % / I fy. Diaeajes, etc. Contains over 80 beautiful half J\ * I tones an*l other engravings Price, 50 Cents, jj \ \ TheHIOCII.E iIOOkS are unique,original,useful—you neve* V * 4W £ ny , th *ng like them—so practical, so sensible They M 'fc. V nre “* VI °K *n enormous sale-Kast West, North and £ 4,.'""“ f Hvery one who keeps a Horse, Cow, Hog or ■ *-*' \ f \ Chicken, or grows Small fruits, ought to send right I for the BIOOLE BOOKS. The JOURNAL >y o “vpapcr,mi. *for youand not a mi.Bt It is J.-years JJ, '* thf ¥ r * boiied-.>w, hit-ttie-nail-on the-heatl,— mill aftei you-h vc said it, Farm and Household papei in -heuorld- the biggest ;.apei of its sire in the United Stale, ol America—ha ring over a million and a-lialfregular reader,. Any ONE of the BIGGLF. BOOKS, and the FARM JOURNAL mrA r o , OL^fe , S^U , .r , • W,U " * * Sample ot I AgM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOOLE BOOKS free. WII.MBH aTKINSOK. Addreaa. FAKn li<| R<m cuss. r. iSNKiMa. , * l.iicuKLrwi* Fcr all Kinds of Furniture, Window Shades, Curtain Fixtures, Feathers, Pillows, Blankets and Comforters, ** ** Glass, Putty and Household Varieties, Picture Framing and All Kinds cl Repairs Neatly Done, ** of jt *0 00 to CONRADIN JECKLIN, WABENO, WISL Prop, of M. W. of A. Hall. DAILY EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA Through first class aud Tourist Sleeping Cars to points in California and Oregon every day in the year from Chicago PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS Every Thursday from Chicago LOWEST RATES . SHORTEST TIME ON THE RO.'O FINEST SCENERY Only rente by which you can leave home any day in the week and travel in tourist cars on fast trains ali the way. For descriptive pamph lets aid full information inquire of nearest agent. MM Wisconsin Mix. CaUrad at tha Port Qflea is WtWaa Vk. a •aeua>)-c!au mail mauar. W.MUk.d rr.ry Thurailar at WUaa r<rt County, Wla. CO "DIAL a. HIttLMV, Kct'tor and Proprlatoti Siihtcrltiiiiw tl 30 par year la advaaaa. imm >la ctipira frae DAY SPENT IN BECURING JURY FOR MRS. BONINE Washington, Nov. 21.—After a long struggle a jury was secured in the Bonine trial yesterday afternoon. It consists of John D. Robinson, coal agent; Walter J. Fry, coachman; W. P. Colley, hotel manager; W. L. Koontz, coal dealer; George B. Bury, druggist; Cornelius J. Cjirmody, gro cer; Barry E. Armstrong, awning maker; Thomas V. Keane, carriage maker; George W. Thomas, carpenter; Andrew J. Beyer, truck farmer; Thomas Humphrey, plumber, and Au gust Goetz. The court adjourned un til morning when probably the taking of testimony will begin. PENNSYLVANIA NOWHERE. Football Team D : sastrously Defeated by West Point. West Point, Nov. 21.—The univer sity of Pennsylvania football team was defeated by the West Point military academy yesterday and incidentally suffered one of the worst defeats in it# football history. The score of 24 to f shows how West Point outplayed the Pennsylvanians. The visitors put up a stiff game, however, and were beat en simply because West Point played a superior article of football. The end of the first half was West Point 12, Pennsylvania 0; the final score be ing West Point 24, Pennsylvania 0. Annapolis, Nov. 21. —Columbia de feated the naval cadets by a score of 6 to 6. WOMAN BREAKS DOWN AT CHICAGO BTOCK YARDS Chicago, Nov. 20. —A peculiar case of nervous hysteria is being treated at the Chicago Polyclinic. The patient, Mrs. Marie Beker of Colorado, last Monday visit6u cue Chicago stock yards to watch cattle being slaugh tered. She was horrified at the sight, but passed on to where the pigs were being killed. As soon as she reached this place she collapsed, crying and seres ruing. She was removed at once to the Polyclinic, but the conditions brought about by the shock are said to have so far baffled the skill of the phy sicians of the Institution. Scofield Given Franchise. Menominee, Mich., Nov. 20. —A twenty-one year franchise has been granted the Green Bay and Lake Mich igan Telephone company, owned by ex Governor Scofield and A. L. Hutch 'nson, by the council. The line will be extended from Escanaba to Mil waukee. Washington Governor now Up. Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 19.—Governor Rogers is considering the advisability off alling an extra session of the leg islature to take action to prevent the consolidation of the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railways. Th® state constitution provides that ‘'mo nopolies and trusts shall never De al lowed in this state.” NEBRASKA TO FOLLOW SUIT Lincoln. Nov. 21.—Governor Savage -‘aid yesterday regarding the consoli dation of railroads that Nebraska would join Minnesota ami Washing ton in rigidly enforcing the laws against combinations, which in this state he regarded as plain and unmis takablo. DISCUSSES fitCIPROCITY WITH NORTHERN NEIGHBORS Washington. Nov. 21.—The session of the reciprocity convention yester day was devoted mainly to the ques tion of reciprocal trade relations with Canada. Several papers were read after which some routine business was disposed of and the conventiol finally adjourned. DENOUNCES OPEN SUNDAY. W. C. T. U. in National Convention Adopts Sensational Resolution*. Fort Worth. Texas, Nov. 21.—The national convention of the W. C. T. U. ended Its regular session last evening with the adoption of a sensational 4>- llverance on an atitnde of victory of the reform forces in New York city in respect to the partial open saloon on Sunday, which' was vigorously de nounce i. Organisers, lecturer* and evangelists for the coming year were appointed. Official statement was made that the total membership of the W. C. T. U. is about 300,000. paid membership 160,000. The largest loeal union is at l*o Hand. Maine, with 265 members. BIG MAJORITY FOR NEW CONSTITUTION Montgomery. Ala.. Nov. 21. —The governor, secretary of state and attor ney genera! opened and counted the vote on the new constitution yester day. The result shows a majority of 28.429 for the constitution. The gov ernor will issue his proclamation In a few days ( and ten days thereafter the new law will go into effect. CRACKSMEN AT MONDO'T. Burglars Get Big Haul in Buffalo County Bank. Mondovi, Wis., Nov. 20. — The First National bank of this city was entered by burglars Monday evening, the safe blown and $6,004 in currency and gold and SBOO in silver was stolen. The robbers entered the bank through a rear window and broke open the vault and then attacked a supposed burglar proof safe. The door was cracked with dynami.e. The only clue the officers have to work on is a sight check which was found in the road leading to Eau Claire. From this ii is supposed that after the men flushed their job ihey left the village and headed for Eau Claire. The Eau Claire at laorities have been notified and are on the outlook for the men. The work was neatly done and the roouers were evidently expert cracksmen The bank’s loss Is covered with insur ance. COSTLY VIOLATION OF TEXAS ANTI TRUST LAW. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22.—The Fort Worth brewery at Austin yesterday afternon pleaded guLiy to the charge of violating ihe anti-trust law and was fined $5,500. Other accused breweries will do the same and be fined in pro portion to their penalties. We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence seemed almost ended, resuscitate! and made strong by the use of WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Price, 25 cents. For sale at Postoffice 8 tote. 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 receives a small pension from the Russian gov ernment. Corn-huskers’ sprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts, burns, bruises severe lacerations and external in juries of any kind are promptly and happily cured by applying BAL LARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Post office store. Jacob C. Brautigam, who recently died at Montclair, N. J., at the age of 80, was one of the Chicago pioneers, for he established there a bookstore tn 1844, haviug learned the trade in Philadelphia with E. C. Biddle. There are thousands of people, sui foring untold torture from piles, be cause of the popular impression that th c y cannot be cured. TAHLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the. patient will re main cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. For sale ai Post office store. 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 depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys. The ills of life make hut little im pression on those whose digestion is good. You can regulate your livSr and kidneys with HERHINE and en joy health and buoyancy of -pi -its. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Posto Tice store. Judge Henry J. Hudson of Columbus Neb., is again to run for police justice, although about 80 years of age. He says he intends to keep it up until he is an old man. In anaemia and most women’s ai! ments the digestion is weak, the making of color, flesh ar.d strength out of food, is imperfect so that the patient is week. wan. nervous an” dyspeptic. This condition can be corrected by taking a course of HERBINE. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. King Edward of England wears a No. 7 hat, while the German emperor Is fitted with a6% and the duke of Cornwall a 696. 50 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE Patents ™ TahOE Marks Designs Cc* l RIGHTS me Anvone •ending a Afcct>h and description mar quickly ascertain our entnton free whether an Invention l* probably patentable Cnmmunim limit strictly fNtnldem ini llnnribi ok on l*>uettta aeni free. Oldest aarenev for recurmgr patent#. Patent# taken through Munn A Cos. receive tpeeial aof ire, without chanre. in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weeklv. lanreat cir culation of nv scientific Journal. Terms. $3 a veir : four months, |L Bold brail newsdealers. MUNN &Cos 361 Broadway, Y0f(( w*n*<*h OfHce, S3S F Washington, IX C. VETERINARYSPCCinCS I. l.jmrn*. onw.(loi.. Inn.mm.. crust (law. Lune Frver. Milk rmr. 11. l.sntrt.ca. Injurir. crust IlhrutusiUi i. f. IMMIKK THROW. IlilMV. RMswtlr. rvus t UWu-inper. Dots. IJrok.. R K It'OtfiH*. ('.l4*. Inßurnu. Ind.m-J I’Wt La.|<. P.r.|K)l.lr. Hellt.rke. Wins. Blows. (tmullNartlin. Iltwturrt, U U. I* revest. NIM'ARRIACC. ■yjjJlimKY A DI. ADDER DIMORDKRk I. I. ) *KI\ DISRISCS. Vl.nsr Erueklos. ccaas > t irrn. Untw, Krr>. 4. K.iRID OAOITIOV ktarlne Coal. . varst InSI.-.-.llott Momarh sis(rn. *. ivk; Stable Cs, Tn ftpectllrt, Bixva. Hr. a I At lrujc*iu cr wot pm*tU on mreipt srtr. 1 rium.hrvr. *#olol.o t'o.. Cor. IIIW* j * I ou.. Sew York. Vimitut M*jrt At sSr viam. A. E, HIMLEY, Orandon, Wisconsin. v • ~ Real Estateand Loans Lands in Forest, Marinette, Oneida and Vilas Counties. Also agent for Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co.'s Lands. Taxes paid and Titles looked after for Non-residents. All correspondence cheerfully answered. For further particulars call on or address A. E. HIMLEY, Crandon, Wla. $8.50 for this Wagon would be a Blr barr.ln jbi. No SsF.rm.i l Milk Wagon aflkjnd*.forleasmoD.y ttM any factory id Ike World. THOMPSON CARRIAGE CO.. • Oshkosh. Wisconsin A “stitch in time saves nine.’’ and a dose of BALLARD’S HOREHOUND SYRUP at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and even days of distressing an! harassing cough. Price. 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. A FREE PATTERN (your own select 1011) to ever.- sub scriber. Only 50 cents a year. , MS CALL'S/ MAGAZINE 1 A LADIES’ MAGAZINE. A pem; beautiful colored plates; latent 1 4*hmtis ; UresMinakitiK economies ; fancy work ; household hints; fiction, etc. Sub scribe to day, or, send 5c for latent copy. l.ady agents wanted. Send for terms Styliah, Reliable* Simple, Up-to date, Economical and Absolutely Perfect Fitting Paper Patterns. MS CALL M BAZAR. I Patterns' AI Seamy Allowed mi Perforation show the Basting and Sewing lines Only 10 and 13 cent, each—none higher A.lc fur i|iem Sold in nearly every city and town, or by mail I min THE McCALL CO.. IH-115-117 West 3lt SI, Hi* YOBh. Dr. Humphreys’ Specific,-; core by acting directly upon the disease, w.th< ut exciting disorder in any other part ot the system. *°. coua. PRICES. 1— F*er. Congestion, Inflammations. .23 2 Worms. Worm Fe-'er, Worm CoUc... .35 3 Tee thin*. Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .23 t—Diarrhea. of Children or Adults 23 7—Cousin. Colds, Crouching 93 3—Neuralgia, Toothache. Faceache 23 9—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo . .23 I—Oyspepnia, Indlg >sllon,Weak Siomaeh.23 11— Suppressed or la'nful Periods ... .23 12— Whites, Too Prof use Periods 23 13— Croup. Laryngitis. H aurseness 23 14— Null Rheum, Erysipelas,Slruptions. .23 13—Rheumatism. RheumaticPa'ns ,23 la—Malaria. Chills, Fever and Ague 23 I*—Catarrh. Influenza. Cold in the Head .23 20— Whooping-Cough 23 27—Kidney Rlsensc* 2*V—Nervous Debility 1.00 30—t'rluary W eakness, Wetting Bed 23 77—Grip. Hay Fever Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at vout Druggists or Mailed Free. Sold by dnjjrglsts. or sent on receipt of price. Humphreys' Med. Cos, Cor. William i John St*, BGOOD Fisher’s Extracts Absolutely Pure They are most economical because they art the beet in FLAVOR. PURITY AND STREMTH. l*o not uw cheap and inferior retract* made from poisonous substitutes. A. J. HILBERT & CO. MILWAUKEE, WIS. FOR &A'.l BY C.G. HIMLEY & CO. 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