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aJHN PULL'S ME ANNE 53 TOWARD A FOPXMOST INVENTOR. All n.lnji Ttrttl.h Trlcl Hard to Cnih tha rilaroverer of tha "ftoaaeine Pn a" Tha Gml Chang Vrudt bf the laveatloa TieaaeaueVa ftafrty ni The luvontor of the) celebrated "Boa- semcr proofs" is tho most modest of mPB, sbuuumg rother thnu cotirting ob servation. A few years since lie was l mietinies to be scon Inking a "consti tutional" in the neighlaftliuotl of Ills on pretentions bIhhIo at Denmark Hill, in KiiKlanl, br.t tho venerable Rciitlouian, with tl 4 benevolent fuco, In tho old fashioned frovk coat nud volnnilnnns, in nn T folded I'lmkrr neckcloth, in now turf j en cveu I J Lit immediate neigh bor. The British pnbllc, the rtritich got emrneut and Eritlsli iuanuf;ictnrors did their very best at ono timo to crnnh one of the Hioxt neefnl men ever bom Iq Britain, and fuil'd iguomf niously. Sin f flM lunghed at him, and Woolwich Rave him the official cold shoulder, lnt Shef. field nnd Woolwich won Id be crlrpVd indeed at the present timo were It nut for "Be?emer steel." Vet, even now, although foreign potentates havo show ered crosses nud it are upon him, the English Rovoruuiciit lias not conferred rpon him tiny honor more important tliiiu an ordlnury knighthood, nnd this iu spite of the fact that lie lias created one of the lament nnd niotit important Industries in tho world. Some fusoinatiiig calenlntlons, made by 8ir Henry himself, prove tliut one year's production of Bessemer stwl might be represented by a solid column Ifll, time the lieight of .St. I'aul's ca thedral, and as thick through as nil or dinary pnsomcter about 100 feet. Henry Bt'jwcmer, son of tho late Mr. Anthony BeRnemer, vas born in Hert fordshire iu the year 1Ü 13. His curlier years were devoted to art, and wo find that he was an cihibitor at the Royal academy at the age of 20. At this early age he had discovered a means by which iruprcutious of the design on coins, medals and other reliefs could be repro dnecd In any unlabel on cardboard Homo of bis work iu this line is still ex titnt, nnd when ftpoeimcus come luto the Aiarkct they bring Ugh prices. This led him iudireetly to a moro Important invention, ne discovered thut the government of the time was robbed to the tune of 100,000 per annum by nuscrupulons pinions, who were in the habit of removing tho embossed duty stamps on legal ami other documento and unios tho same again. Young Bes semer Inveuted the useful little coutriv- anee by which the stamp is embosHcd on the paper or parvhmeutof the document iti-eif. nud submitted it to thetheu chief of the stamp department at Somerset Houko. The potentate In question saw the ad vantage of this ryttom nt a glance, and soon afterward the authorities expressed their willingness to make use of it. A pretty littlo story is couuocted with this Invention. When his model was com pleted, Bessemer showed it to the young: lady to whom ho wan then engaged. Hor firat comment upon it showed that she was well fitted to become tho wif o of An Inventor, fclio said : "Yes, I understand this, bnt snrolv, if all stumps had a dato put upofl them, they con hi not at a fnture timo bo uued again without detcctiou. " This proved a very valuable sugges tion, for Bessemer snon hit upon tho idea of a steel die with a space for ainovnblo date, and in that form his invention win adopted by the authorities. Will it be credited that ho never received a solitary farthing from tho government for bis aorvicns or the ose of his invention? Ponii is nevertheless the fact, and when be hinted mildly nt legal romedies ho wait told by the solicitor to the stamp department that be was entitled to no compensation, inasmuch as ho had pre sented his invention to the government gratis I This was at a time, too, wheu he was by no meaus well off, when in deed lie lacked the noeessary money to set up housekeeping with the clever young lady whose brilliuut suggestion had resulted in a perfect stamping ma chine I Ho received many generous prom ises from various minimum, of course, bnt one government went ont of power after another, and to this day be hul never been compensa! nd in any shape or form. A man of vat wealth now. Sir nenry Beosomnr can afford to regard tho tron Mes of that period of hi life with com parative indifference, wtiongh he has since had more ample reason to choribb a dislike for all British governments and politicians. But his disappointment in this instance- taught hirn a very salu tary lesson. When he made tho greut discovery of his life that by which it is posible to convert pig iron into steel by a simplo and inexicnsive process be kept his discovery a Bocret To some extent it Is a Aocrct to this day. The importance of the discovery can hardly be overestimated. j Before the Bessemer process came into use steel could not be bought under 50 a ton, and its price prohibited its uso in nundiorless department of indus try where it is now considered essential I At that time, too, only 61,000 tons of cat steel were produced in Shefflold in a year. In ldOil, 88,640 tons of steel were manufactured in the world evory day according to the Benbemer procees, the selling prico per ton averaging 8 erhap. It ia chiefly duo to Sir Henry BoMM.'iuer that one is almost as safe ou a modern ocean steamship as on laud, and that the modern structure of steel is nearly as imperishable a the I'yramid. Buck a uiacovery, it might be sup posed, would be bailed with enthusiasm iy thoee lutoreoted iu the iron trade of Ureal Drita.n. Not a bit of it I (es so mor met with every possible diacour nuernent. The steel manufacturers of Uiuffleld were dead against him front the rwt, and tha government ignored Mia. -Boston Commercial Bulletin. THPEE NEW YORK LANDMAHK3. Trlalv, t. rnl'i4 Crr fl.nrrh Iefy the Adrano of Rniilneaa Intercala. Thro landmark on Broedwny oren f sites so vnlnnble that their retention ronfimiid.4 every calculation of ral e tatosjxvulatojs. They are tho onlytLre chnrche on Baxidway be low I'lnfy-we-ond t.treet, nnd ea h has cuno t' part of tho popular distinction if (hat tlior onghf.tre.: They nre Trinity, tt, I'mil's and Urivi. All threo haro high claims to archllix tnral ciuin"iu.'c, and all threo Aro li one denomination the ProtoMtunt lpiscojiaL -" Tlie site of Trinity church, On Broad way at tho head of Wall street, is op Xraied oflclally at 11,000,000! that of t. rani's chntrh, nt Briwidwnr and Fulton street, nl l,?50,QoO, and tlint of (roce chnrch, Broadway opposite Elev enth street, at :i.iO,000. The frontage of Trinity church, including thochurch yard, is 40fl feet, of St. Pnnl's church 167 feet and of Uraco church 100 feet. Tho gross valuation of these three churches is (ft, 100,000, nnd as the usual rate of assessment ou real estate is about CO per cent the actnal market value of these threo Broadway plots is in f xecss of 110,000,000. In Knropenn cities it ia no strauge thing for public thorough fares to bo dotted with venerable edi fices erected for ecclesiastical, military or governmental purposes, but in New York, whero there is no material partner ship between church and state, and where, perhaps, more utilitarian viewa prevail thnn abroad, tho steady enhance ment of real estate values has been such that few religious corporations have been strong enough or felt them selves strong enough to withstand the temptation to selL On the present site of Tiffany's, for Instance, Broadway and Fifteenth street, formerly a chnreh stood. There was a chapel opposito tho sito of the edd New York hotel But with the ad vaneo cf bn.slness interests the congregations reluctantly moved away. These, three landmarks named have stood their ground, and it Ecems probable that they will continue to do so. St. Paul's church is tho oldest reli gious edifico in this city. It was built iu 17C4, nnd it was the chnreh which Ooorgo Washington and his associates attended immediately following tho in auguration ceremonies in 1789. Trinity chnreh is tho third of that name on tho pre.Hcnt site, and was erected in 1340. Uraco church was erected iu lb 45, ono year before Trinity, and the sito, nt the head of Broadway where it turns an anglo at Tenth Btreot, was carefully cho llen. All three buildings enjoy tho ad vantage of being kept in excellent re pair, and are improved from timo to timo by the liberal contributions of bene factors. This is especially true of Trin ity and Oraeo church, which may al most bo said to improve year by year. It is a peculiarity of these three land marks cf New York that those who at tend thorn como, in nearly every case, from sections of the city far up town, so that they nre, if Fuch on expression may be nsed, tho three churches to be reacho 1 by carriage. Very few persons, who attend either Trinity or St Paul's resido in their vicinity, und the number of such parishioners decreases each year. Grace church retains its high rank ar chitecturally, notwithstanding the num ber of new chnreh buildings in New York, and it has the additional distinc tion of being popular for fashionable woddings. New York Bun. SURPRISED THE OLD MAN. Mrs. Eliza H Church, who died re cently at Freeport, 11U., was oue of the ear li rut and tuont sincere friends of the cuiibO cf woman suffrage. It iu'l called "women's righto" or "women's snrfrge" any more. It is "equal rights" in the new parlance. Blchard Thonght lie Owed the Bank !, bat It Owed Mini S34 VS. Richard Roe deposited (i0S in the Bowery Savings bank betwoen 1835 and 1819. Between 1835 und 1855 763.89 was withdrawn. When the last draft was made the depositor's book appeared to be overdrawn (1. There were due Roo at that time, however, dividends amounting to 1100.01, which had not been entered iu his passbook, and the bank really owed him a balance of $1)9.01. The balance went on accumulating dividends until 1875, when it became, a dormant account and ceased to draw in terest Tho amount then dno Roo was 1343.25. Efforts were made without urcess to find him. He hod become very poor, was too old and feeblo to go to woik again, and wag given a borne by his sous at Rutherford, N. J. Roo always intended to repay the f 1 he thonght bo owed, but never did so. President Towuscnd of the Bowery SnV' ings bank, iu Wking over the books the other day, came across Roo's ncconnt A new ocarch was instituted, and Roa was found at Rutherford. He was told to call at tho buk with his old account books. Shortly afterward bo did so, ac companied by his granddaughter, 17 yoars old. "I suplióse it's about the dollar I owe your bank that you want to see mo, said the old man, addressing Mr. Town- scud. He was astonished wheal told the facts. "Guess theso bank people know what's right," be said to his grand daughter. "I never was much on 'rith metio. " He pocketed the f 348.25, shook hands with the bank ofllcials and return Some. New York W-yVJ An Advertisement I2ST T V T T T T T T T T Is é tf? i I A ft n :fi!!i irrQ0i Ü UUUIIILJUUl aniino! ii Wln-n pottiag away furs, fold with the fur side out them The World's Pair Tests thowej no hiking powder to p:ro or bo great la Icav cL'jf o-vrss ('o RoyaU Got WM lb A iked For. he was bnying a trunk. "I want oue," eho snid, "that cannot be opened by the regulation trunk key that everybody uses, " "All right, "said the donler. "I will see that you have one. " The next day the trunk, was sent homo, and a few hours later the pur chaser appeared at the trunk store. "I told yon," she said, "that I want ed a trunk that could not be opened by the regulation trunk key. " "That's what I sent yon. " "Why, any trunk key in the house will unhxk that trunk. " "You said the regulation trunk key. Have you tried a hairpin?" Then she went home and wept when she found that she couldn't unlock that trunk with a hairpin. Bvtroit Free Prcas. Wlllljua MorrU. ' " William Morris, the KnglUh poet, re joices in the poKKcsnion of a prodigious memory. Giveu a fair start ou any sen tence iu Pickens woiks, he will com plete that sentence, with very little de viation from textural accuracy. Woie every copy of "Pickwick Pspexs" de- stroj-ed today William Words could write the book alinct word for word as it now ttauda. Greeul.iud was so called because in summer its hills were covered with a beacüful green Uiui IS THE MEHCHANT'3 OAUGHTEfi. liul, though full tnmiy gHin (Xrtu;1il bur, Kn, nn, not on II tholr wm I Knrwnou Iwk tlie mrn lin'it's ion jhU-t Vnttl, fltn'jml from ha fluM That slio-ilc thf Bliores from Franr Vl Ehi pon hor rtrtnt sldt 1 lie kiniflti.! of our mn nmrjinnn'T, Looltril h'T tliroiiKh, sir! from hrr vti-w Vftnlwliril snilHnK, nn tho morrow. , Ah! bnt aho hrr InuKnlnff r!" . rorok for Blt;htiig sorrow. ' "FMr tilows lh wind; tlio Birlo r lihio. Wilt with mn, mr whinoion rtunitli tert" 'Tlint will II Ponr frionilii. .ll nt" And oVr ths woto h t airo litis esnght her. Bonthward fr, !t inn nd star. Ilia good ship fli-fa th wcHn over, Wln, aliu-kl aorotia hr tnu k There atrlkt HalM rover.' t But aa the ilrnfie preeacd thonl sore, ' And deck and bold ran red with látigo ter, Bndden rotind tlie bewlland hour A noble wai-Hhtp sweerm tho wtea.- ttfftvena alnivel 'tla her true love Tbat hath Uila groat dellv'riuiee wrmifttit hei". Grief, farewelll wake, TnnrHnpe bell. For onr blnst mcrohnnt'e danchtrrl A If rod Pereevnl Ortivos In Atiiena-am. AN ELEPHANT'S TENDER CARE. Whua win Sure to Bring Good Results, Because: It has the Largest Cir culation of any News paper in Grant Coun ty. Its news columns always contain the latest items of inter est of a local and gen eral character. Our Facilities for Executing Are not surpassed by any office in the southwest. Our prices are as low as first-class work will permit. Send in your or ders. . Left to Watch Children n Faithfully rrott Them. Tlie whole family of tho raahout be come, aa it were, parasites to the elo phant, by whom they earn their living. I have seon a baby placed by its mother systematically under tlie elephant's enre and within roach of its trunk, while the mother went to fetch water or t p-nt wood or material to cook the family dinner. No jackal or wolf would be likely to pick tip and carry off a bnby who was thus confided to the care of an elephant, bnt moat people who have lived a life la the jungle know how very pos sible it is for a jackal or wolf to carry oil a baby when lyiiiR in a hut when the mother's back is turned. The children thus brought np In the companionship of an elephaut become familiar with him nnd take all kinds of liberties with him, whioh tho elephant seems to endure on tho priuciple tlint it does not hurt him, while it amuses tho child. Yon see a little naked black child about 3 feet hip;h standing on the ele phant's baro back and takiTig it down to the water to batbo, shouting all tho time in the most nnbecoming terms of native abusive lanjTiago. On arriving at tho water the elephant, ostensibly in obedience to the child's command, lie down and enjoys him self, just leaving a part of his body, like n small Island, above tho water, on ' which the small child stands and yella and yolls nil the more if ho has 8?veral companions of his own ago, also in j churgo of their elephants, all wallowing in tlie water around him. If tho child Blips off his island, tho elephant's trnnk ' promptly replaces him in safety. ,The little nrchius as they grow np becomo first mates to mahouts and eventually arrive at the dignity of being fnahouts themselves. Omaha World-Herald. HU'A't WEATHF.fl IND!CATOH AlmoerherM C heofea nn ihm Yomperment JIen. AwrlW in Tiio Ameiirun Jimriinl of Fycho!oKy dixcuoecs tho Kiibj'x-t from tho vlflW of common experionnn acl prewnta s !n fucts thn ate infen-Htlnf aa well as leading iu their directness. Ho hits: "The head of a fnrtory employing 1,000 workmen KTihU ' We reckon t li rat a dis.iiTeeable dny Tli'ld about 10 rxir cent Ies r,rk t'ifvii a dclluMful dny, and we have thus in eount this s a fac tor in our profit and h nceount Ao cldenU nro moro noiucions i;i factories on bud days. "A ruUroid man never prepo olíanles to his superior if tlio weathrf Is not propitious Fair days make mea accessible and generous and open tocon aider now problems favorably. Homo say that opinions ren'lied in best weather tat:i are Fnfest to invest ou. " Other facts nre mentioned in the pychial and physiological rolatious, as: "Weather often affects loin, nnd inwiy men's most syllogistio conclusions are varied by heat end cold. The kuoe jerk seems proved to have another factor. It is not straiipe if the eye, which wants the normal stlmnlus iu long, dark weather, causes other changes." Temperament is a fundamental factor In sensitiveness to atmospheric changes, that type of it called tho mental being the more intensely ofTectexl, whilo the bilious type may exhibit by comparison the more capricious or morbid impres sions, snys The Phrenological Journal. The mental mnulfcr tattons, na a rule, however, depend opon the organism primarily. If the culture is good that 9, the faculties have been trained to co-ordint harmorilons action, and ths cluments that contribute to serenity and self control havo liccn woll developed weather conditions will but operati like other pruts g the environment, nnf self training will show adaptation, soli repression. The "nervous," txcitnble, irasciblt person In ho who hu not learned to con trol fooling and expression, and it i hi who finds fault with his surrounding! nnd imputes uncanny conduct to them. That there nre functional states of thr body that predírpeso one to mental de pression or exhilaration we are ready to admit. A torpid liver, a chrouio ca tarrh, a rhemnatiu joint and even on old corn may render ono snsceptiblo tc weather changes, tho physical ailment producing a nerve reaction that is keen ly folt nt tho spiral centers and may test tho spirit. Mind, however, is superioi to matter, or rather constituted ftir sn periority. Fairly organized, carefully ilovoloprd aud trained, it will exhibit that superiority by its poso and calm nets in circumstances that aro disagree able or painful to the physical tense. Voruig Horse Nothing bnt Work, work, work. I've a great mind to com mit suicida Old HorscJla ve patience. When you are so old thai yon wiu't walk, you'll bo advertised ns suitable for a lady to drivo, und ufter that yon'll livo iu case aud luxury. New York Weekly. It is supposed that the ovcrngo value of furniture pe honro iu tho United Kingdom is ubout 1G0. This estimate includes tho valunblo pictures, plate, horses and carringes, which are apimn diiges of the more pretentious establish Aa Eleetro-Mafoetla Cannon. This recent invention is dependent for its action npon the principle of the force of attraction and repulsion as caused by magnetism. - A brass tube, 6 foot long, 2 inches in diameter and 1 inch bore, was wrapped with insulated wire along Lobelia, also called Indian tobacco, ia ita entire length, tho current flowing known as a common herb, often growing through different sections of tho wind- as a weed in many parts ti the United ings in such a manner as to canso tho States. bullets to become temporary mngnetfl, j which were attracted by tho maunetio linea of force altead of them and ropolled by those behind them, thus giving the' projectiles an increasing impetus as they pass along the gnu. Tho bullets are thrown forward in much the same man ner as the armatnro of an clectrio motor ia turned on iU axis. The cannon is light, incxpensivo, and its capacity for throwing projectiles depends on tho ra pidity of loading tho samo. It is esti mated that a fivo foot gun, requiring 600 volts and 100 amperes, will throw a one pound ball 1,000 feet, with a strik ing velocity of 100 pounds. Boston Journal of Commorce. There ia ono woman in Now York who looks for the new woman to bo a person with both eyes wido opon and her eyeteeth cut, figuratively spenking, and ber nou tul nnd moral digestion as good as her physical digestion needs to be in order to live at all. From hor knowl edge of life I look for her to evolve a philosophy, an optimism and a sentiment that can earry self reliance to others, even aa she divines it for herself. It has been a comparatively simple matter for women, shielded ns they have been in the home, to propound theories and wor ship their idéala and have the worship all by themselves without knowing it. The new woman uiunt learn conditions, nnd then her theories will be loss ethereal and therefore more practical and sympathetic- A woman's theory founded on an idoal is tho most ahsnrd thing in the world. Tho fominine mind is cepuble of great optimism and there fore of the purest suntimeut When con dition finds it worth whilo to live np to theory that ia founded, on truth and not on tlie idoal, as it oertaiuly must in time not far hence, we shall have a truer, better status of society. It will be the era of tlie new worcon. " w Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder Mot Perfect Made. 1 c: 17 Í "TTTHEN they ptit V y man in jail, he cannot follow his natural inclinations. Hia enjoyment of lire ia limited. He cannot eat what h wants to he is lim ited to a very frugal diet. He is alive to be sure, but life doesn't possena very many advantages. Are not all these thiiifra equally ttue cf a dyspeptic? For all of the real enjoy ment he Rets out of life, he might aa well be in jail. He can not eat what he liicea, nor as much of it as he would like. If he II ; i . iiauinuiwi. " J VI i tne rules of bis diet, I he punished for it. t I s, JHi suffers much, I 1 V Tgets little sympathy. It Dyspepsia atar ta I J with indigestion, and I f J may lead to almost L i i " anything. Indiges tion means a variety er tning-s tt snow itself in many way. At first, perhaps a little heaviness In the stomach, a little sourness, windy bclchiugs and heartburn. Headaches begin to come pretty soon after that, and biliousness and a foul taste in tne mouth in the morning. Chronic constipation is almost inevitable. nd it I probafi!y the moat serious trouble fciat ever takes hold of a man. Its seeming simplicity is the thing that makes it most aangcroua, uecause it leaaa io neglect, Constipation means that the body la hold. big poisonous, impure matter that should be gotten rid of. The poison is being re absorbed into the blood and the whole body is being tilled with it. Impurity in the blood may lead to almost any disease. There is no telling what may come of it. Constipation ia the start of it all. And vet people are careless about it. It is the most serious thing in the world, and the easiest to cure if you go about it right. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. Cur it positively, certainly, infallibly. Cure it o it stays cured. Cure it so you can stop taking medicine. And that is something that BO remedy in tit world will do. IBnA.lTID 3 Southwest Cattlemen P. . Atn1. Soe.irrn fnnrtT, N.M. Fraiii I seo lüvcr, SworroConiit. t ... . ij:e,Ssi , Weiclnim stl í i e.'iltle lull hnrsp 0 TO , j IhsihM W H nn (. V.ilO ' Miiy pi', nl lli . . K'I'lUMl. ... - i sil luir-. v . . y. tie bre. ni ti a i i w 1 1 t ni left reste of entUe branded W R i and CO ou boih J,iw. tmlni pa eac WM. MR AH M. t Adrtlllonall brand . J a i i A iu. a on rljhft ihoul- l tier. lloras (brand 11 on left sliolilder Range on H litis, water Creek J uiali, Wliiienaierlumch. Post Ollke Aililress, Silver City, M "3 ltan:e, tst .&: Vl jnnula f.ur miles north of Jllter Clly P. O. Aderen, KRANJt BILYEAT, 8WrCltrN. M N EG I! ITA CATTf.K CO. . Cooney, N. M. ítnnpe East side Vlotiollon in o ii n '.Mm, ou Negrita creek. Aildltlnnal brand f-ti liinglo rail le(t Me. (A . - CI Horse brand 1T-Jefl ji.in. IW- "Wo Pay 0f-li For DEMVER, COLO. íiSiv EATS.TRADE Marks? '7 COPYRIGHTS. CASLOnUTATH-A in inn o if .. . i Of In ilruta ana how irrmc TEIT t For .fiptnion, write to ATI? nil J zivertonne m Lhm n. tloiit sjtrtctlr oonflf1(niii furmatlon crincíinnim I1 Atn them nt free. Alo a ctttalou of la.l tnd aWristnllfln Itakst rtiit frA. Patents token throuttb Munn h Co, rcelT ffpeciol notU to the Mcitíot I rtc A titer ir ana and tbua ar hrontrht widrlf belrreihe puHte with out coat tit the tnrmitor. 1 hit aplpudid Aer, ImuH weekly, elegantly llltiatratfl, has by far the lareat circututiou of any rcitiitlftc work la Uit world. 3 ft v ear. Fample otniea aent free. Wiiildlnu Klitun, monlhlT, lliAia year. H'rurle Coplea. 'J. ceti la. K ery nuuiber oontainj bean tlítil p taina. In colors, and photnifrnp.ia of dvw bouftea, wit b plana, enahUns buildera u ihow thm a(At (1(nlun8 and secure contntv ta, Addrns M. L0NGSTRETH Contractor, Carpenter and Joiner. Market Street, - Silver City, N. M. MAISER ERGS' Barber Shop&BathRccms The liest place In tlie ,-ity to gi t a like, m iy anuye or a kimiii uain. lirimdway, below Hullard St P. G. Montoya, Hair (Jutting and having Good work, materials. BrouJway, eusy shave and cleaa SUvér City DON'T STOP TOBACCO ITS INJURIOUS IX) STOP SUDDENLY and doo't be impound upoD by buying a reme dy that requires you to do so, aa it is nothing mora than a substitute Ia the sudden atop pane of tobuoco you nuiht have some stimu lant, and in mop t all cases, the effect of the stlmulnnt, be it opium, morphine, or other op pintes, loaves a far worse h a b contracted. Aukour druggist about DACO-CURO. It is purely vrgeluble. You do Dot liuve to stop using tobacuo with DACO-CUMO. It will notify you when tostón and yourdesire for tobacco will c-are. Your i) stem will be as frte from nicotine aa the day I fore you took your tirut chew 01 smoke. An iron clad written gunruntee to absolutely cure the tibacco h libit in all its fornis, or uiouey refunded, l'rice $1.00 per box or ü boxr (;10 duva trcutuient and guoruntned cure.) 2 .0. For tul by nil drmrxiHls, or will be nent ly mail upou roceit of price. HfcNU SIX TWO CKNT ST A MI'S l'Oll SAMl'LB LOX. llooklots and proofH fn e. Curtka Clitmical 1 M fg. Co., La Cressi, Wi$ OHke of 111Ü I'KJNKKU I'HIiSH COMTANY, C. W IIoknitk, 8i.pl. hi Paul, Minn, heiit. T , IBWt. Viirob. rii.iiiliul .ml M'f' Pi, 1.M fro. Wl lrar Mial iiave bteu a t-iliHrt-u lli-uii fur manjr yearn, nnd durins tlie pii'ht two yeais tinve BnuiKril lineen ni iweiny I iivin leuiai i v c ei y ay. i y time net Vitiia h, i fin uecm.i r ituei'l ed, iinltl my plisirlnii litu ma I ninl give up (lie line of tlic4-i lor the (tme Im-iiii; al esl. I Ii tea tlie 6o-i'lleil "Keeley ui," ''Nu 'loliiif," and vhiIhuh oil'cr rtDieiiie. 1ml Kid'oui am', cwd, until 1 ai-vi'ienially leniied of niir 'baeo-4 mo." 'l inea v.eelv b.-ío tdy I i luinenrrd uiug your prepAi atidii, and t'MUv I conviiler luyvlf ctmipleielv nurd ; I am nt peifrrt ht-.iilt, and tlie htiri iltie i-iikvin tur loh.ii i'O. w htrh ee: v liivett:i .(e i-inoker luliv e.i1iri.i!.'t. h.i cum pleiely li li a.e. I conoiiur juur "H.i:0 ( in ' ' nm.l v wiindcilul, üii'l ra imiy iei-inniieiii U. V uuu v yliuly. C. Uukmu. JONES' MEAT MARKET Tha rinest FRESH AKD SALT MEATS ' Alwavi ou Hand. miLLGRS Photographic STUDIO. SILVEH CITY. N. 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