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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER ,22. 1895.
CELEBRATED CASES CeusHlin May Oo on tte Witness CUnd. taSl CI THE MUKAI i teat ml las Coaslstea tar He Jfeeee Saw (be Ci ta tne risaenaal Caae Kaeeis, eat f aseaet twinw M Steam at Vp as aa etertt efCrleaeaai lawyers WWasca 9 Cmitaoo, lire. In the Crunla Vf trial the cutirtrntmi talk waa all ahmtl Milkman William Juerten, whose prouperf tve reappearance wit ana baa Intrraltireil a aew element Into tbe caae. Tee announcement at Milkman Merles' Intention to return ftfuvnl a surprise la tbe defense. "Hi Ia" kimm-lt was very muck exercised DTrr too wn 1I Ue ataTfd wltb mmh emphasis lUal Mertr committal rnnk pe'Jnrjr. Proof of this assertion, the LiK es-iMertlva aaM, Waa Ifiren tijr In-tectire Mike Craw of tha mi tral station, to whom Mertcs la ik-clared to hare arknnwictlitnl that ho conhl tat Identify CotiKhlin. Tha testimony tana alven lit IVtertlv t'rnwn orrasMrtieil bk (liamlmat fnmt tha poltre department at tbe ln4 trial, ao It la aaM. but on repre. nentatlonn allrtml to have brew marie by Mr. W. ft t'orre f Conulttiu a connesl the detertlv waa rri nutated. nen He f Mow In Ottae-e. Jn what effect the ftatheoaiinK appear anee of MetTr turn hail on the defense may he luferml from the espresned defrrmina tlon it eottnel to put Conichlin on tha stand an a witness. "fU Iktn" declared to reporter that he hml nerer In his life seen the Carlson nrttaa-e ami waa remljr at My time to Rn on the stand ami say so to tbe jury. If cnttnsel itnve thin prnraltk) tha appearance of "Hi it lain" on tha witness stand will prove one of th sensa tions f tha trial Il waa not witness In tha other raw and cottnel are ronnhb-rinK tbe win lorn of callinii him In hta own behalf. Tbey per niittfHl the statement to h nuwlc that In row Milkman htra h awom aa a wltnon then the orrwnt dUponltion of rnnnvl waa to bnva t'onuhlin tvll hi atory nnht oath to tha jury. If t'laiichlln In ralMI aa n wltnrm it I prt-ttr ml to itrrUrr that ha will ha anhjfte4 to a rmaa-exmnliurthm whkh will lariDK ont many atnaatkitMl 1U chwnraa. In fart, kin appraranra on the tattd will. In all Ukeliboud, ba tha event of trial TMC RCNOCRCAST TRIAC A WMaen Meraaea to Teatlfy ralna PaM the aa of aeao. Oflrnin. th-e. 31 -Dr. n. E. Mnyer.wlM waa MimmtMietl aa a wit new for tha V fvnm In the ITentleraaat waa on hand anil by hla refuaNl to teat Ify rreateil aoma thin of a aenaatbm. lie waa railed to tha utaml aotl ahmit to ha aworn by the clerk when he gained Jwlm tlrentano'e ear and told him of hta dftermlnation wot to tn tify nnleaa mniprnmteit. The Jmltre at onra railed ronnael for both ottW into a rntxnTtath. aad It waa e plained hy Tr. Mover that hialVa. If railed npoo for hta opinion, would helm anal Nuleva It waa forthrnniliitf ha wtaild take aalvaatwtie of a anpreme court mliliM anil decline to ten tlfy. lie waa exrnaed. Hail Ih: Mover Keen called hr the atate he Would have lawn compelled to testify or auffer the coa After "KiP Marmolle, a arhofdmata of 11emlerna teat i Ned that a arhoid tha prlaoner waa "a pretty antart h.rr. Juet like the rent of a," I'ornorathm t'onnwl Krana waa called. He told of iTender tiaat'a vlaita to hie othve In xean h of the corporation cnnnela prxithm and dv arrihed In detail hla artama at the lnnet over Mayor Itarrtm!. lie audi that he conablereri that I'reiMlertmet realiaeil the taxitiim he waa la and knew he had doue wrong. He del ant think him Inwtne. Trial af Marderer Crate;. Chn Aus Href, w. After mnrbanrnment and a Rrent flitht on the part of thedrfrme Juduel'het lain admitted aa evhlrnce the written crmfeanUm niatle by (ieorae CraiK that he had mnrilerrd Km ma Werner. The ronfeneioa waa mmle to Inauertor Khdrv. The jmlue aln admltteil the plea of irnilty whh'h I'rnla: maile In the polire Jnntire Jnat after he wan arretted. The cane la nearly tUrouuh with aa fur aa tha wltnenaea are nNire-ned. t 'rnlM out ratted ami tnnnland little Kmnta Werner ahtait a year eifix A aether Tang kilted. CntLAOm llec. S3. lJy the death of Jamea t 'on nor, alian lat k Ilrnnhaw, tha police claim that another member of tha Mortcll-McOrath irantt ladinpnaeil of. He Waa ahot and kllleil ehotit mllni(ht while attemptina: to rob a aonaa at aa Maxwell atrart. oernnieil Inr Alfred aad Micharl ltery. KltMltnn ttennhaw In tha honnr, Alfred l.nery fired fonr aaota at him, two taking effect, ami the hnmlar tiled auoo after at the county honpttai. Metd t'a Maymr nwlft'a iMMtaktee. Cltlt Aoo, lair. 8i Mine (irara fVaift. daitubtcr of Mayor fieoraa U hwift, waa helil ap on faomte afreet, near Madiaon, and rotilatil of her pocket book and a for boa. The ynunif lady waa kelplea In tba kandn of the rnfllana and wan hadlychoked by one of the men who drew the boa tlKafr 1 about her neck. Mho la atlll anfferta from nervoua p runt ration aa reeuU of tha aaaault. llllaota Aaaattl Chicago, Dec. 21 The Ilepablirana of lUlnola will tert tha conetltationality of the leaialatlva apportionment bill now on the atatnte bonk. Tbla waa uetermineil at Sleet In of the Hepnldkaa atate central eaoMnltte heal at the Omnd I'aaiffS koUL Tba milt will tat brmia-ht in tba ewpresta town af the atate. (ieoraa ilnnt, lata at torney aeneral of lllinotn, will appear on behalf of the Hepnbllran party. Ko deft Bite time for Aline: the paper baa been nniei'l an. Thin matter baa been left 10 tba JwUtmant af Mr. Ilnnt and tba anaan tfve eommittea of tha eUU central eana- I aMyaetofy CumuUA. IlU.,Ucc ta.-Tha immmt tuy, after n new laveattnUon af tka MeCMIaml myatary, Mtnincd n mail that taa eke ketone fonnd tm tba r-mt wtjaa taoae of Ak-aaader aad Oaanr LjCtotkMd. John A. McClelland la ltnliaa wHk their amrder and Jean Mar tl nata g' mtvimmn Mum tba jaat, Tkeae two arc beei by taa r- dtattetna vtaaaWeatw Xw Yeas, !. l tttananr fcilnl m reanJtaf tba CLITL1 ciiata imhh FIW IN A ttNlAT KINOWC V wa aonVe4 4t tenWc,. AM Hi 1 ana AMea. HrHwt Tibx. Dee. ta. rie beak. . Ike Chicago and Mlaonk Coal Mining eon. pant a pit. a mile from thia cdaea. rw were ) mra la the mlaa at the tlma, aad n rapidly did tba ton apraad that the an hail narrow rare pea.. IVw were lnn,fA the mit arrioturanc bring that of OeoVwa Cr'damlwbo canard tba diaaatar by at teanptlngto Ibjbt a torch whtla atandlag The dry tliaterioa af tba maal aaAi 'mm. cellent food Tor tba ftamea and tba mala nan waa abiarn In an InntaM. Tor a time h neetned aa tboni(h ail the men moat per lab. About ico mi rneaped tbrongh tba mala abaft before ft waa Impamable, tear. In J men Mill in tba mine. There waa a wild panic at the month of the abaft, and H waa anon crowded with the walling- wi vea and children of the un fortunate mlncra. llowrm, with the rapid natof fire apparatus the flames wrreanf flelently qnenrhed to enable tha enrapa of the Imperiled men. and not n man waa loct. ABBREVIATED -TELEGRAMS. Hereafter the nnetn ployed will ba fa Hulrrd to tarn their food at Chicago, by work I iik on the afreet. William rtnkrrton, tba detective, la quoted aa aayinR that be brlicvea that Sotn mrrs wbimi he rqrently arrentrd at San t'ranrlnco, waa tha leader of tba gang of mhhera wbh-h hel.1 up the train at Keenlcr. aiau., rvi. 11 iao. timna IrreinilarllUHi mMintlm.i. .tTi tona of dollara are reported to have been djoveredln connection" with tobarco re fuiida in the New York cnatom bonne. Mm. Ml 11. ItnnM.11 m MvnitiiMit m.U woman of NouxJUty, la., has commenced Mill mir naia. Mm - namaicen i or orearn or prom hw aonlnat Cbarlea T. Hits a leading hard Ware merrhant. Kemainn of Ave Artec towna which for merly not! a population of from fifteen to wruiy iiioiiMinii aava oeen luacoverca near ldy, N. M. Obitnarv; At Km TnrV n. A Maipmn. the banker, ajred ' Hamnel Sin clair, nirmeny pnniinner 01 The Tribune. At Muorte, ImL. Mra. Jane Cooler, nerft KL At KnMia. I1U M Vii ham. of Denver. At Cedar Kapbla, In.. tHKiiinor aariea vi. Mrrriil. aunt At Ylnrinia. Ilia., John Mellon, awd 7i At iMuumure. 11. i iMrun (itke"h well known npnrting wrtter. aseil 4. AtOh- knnh. Wla.. hfm. Xnne Mnnlav m At Jackaonvklle, Ilia., Juarph KranC Hra ew. feth Crawford. 1? years old. colored, hilled kin ntonfafliae llillv i Henry county. Illn., while the latter waa l .1 1 1 . . . . ur.iuB una wue, oe ooy a moiner. Cilea ftlnnnt. miner nf MliMmvltlA. T arpo rHankk, Uborer, of Mine HOI Gap, ami Paul Alex, laborer, of Delaware, were drowned by n runh of water from an ahamloned mine Into the Oak Uill mine at Delaware, l. Jndoe Xej. of the TVlaware county (Ta.) diatrtct court, baa rrfuned to enjoin t he bnonl far aiipervianra from liuildinK a new court bonne, for which, at a recent nnenial election. It wan voted to u Hi,rM in the county treannry. , Ex-1 Inventor Kirk wood, of Iowa, re ceived mennaKra of rnufrratnlation on Ids Mttb birthday from frtemln la Itra.Molnea aim rem ovre. Mian Annie D. Ilallock, arhmd teacher Id ltriibfentirt. I'nnn aavetl m l.n three men from drowning at the risk of her wa me. Vi tie. Vtfr 3. 11i.1.-wnn of criminal malpractice in jfcmtnu, Mawt., wan near emeu to cigat years la tlte Jwumc af corrt-rtinn. One hundred and nlnef ynirven plr.m for the Wanhintrtnu njO..nv atate Capitol at Olympia have been placed in competition. It la catlmated that there are tn.WO per tons nut of work at New York. Allen f'onnann, a colored condemned wife-mnnlerer, at Knnxrille, Trim., admits kllllna live pernoun In Mexico while work tug on a railroad there six years ago. He has been hanueiL Itln Wife Man lHnaapeared. SAt LT HTt- MAUIR, Mich., Dec. 22. IYter ItimKml.-of Dafter.in tliUcounty, ban been arrenfnl on nuptcion of bavins murdered bin wife. Mm. Inctli)ul my-erioualy din appeared two week ao after a qnarrrl with her httnlaind, aud no trace of her has yet been found. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Xew York riaaaelal. . New Yoan. Dee. XL Sluaey on call eay. (nTemdat IftlVi per enat. ITime mercantile -r av-Wa per cent. PterlUi excbane dull, with actual SbtiImi na ta bankers' bllU at 4174MT)4 for aemaail and 4ltwttt, lor sixty dayej started rates eVtoW. Cum mere ml bills MlvereertlB(tea.n,lU: nomtes: faarsO vsr. ;H klexlcaa oullars, MVs. Vnltml ftate bands, ' rnsmUr. 1144: dot's mnpoaa, llt, do rs. I&H; faciflo of ai, M. Wew Tark Orala and trtaatace. Nw Yona. Dae. SL WheatJaanary. W Ut-aX:r: May. ".HH fltte. Un Nominal. Cora March. ta&.bin. Uatn-Mav. ZMsc: track white atato. iBul: track white enun. l-nrk Imlli new men f isrtl.;: family. l&ui$ISJu hurt clear. Lard buU. prime western steam e.ti aomiaaL Cnlaaga Orala aad ira Jasa. Cnrraoo, Ure. tl. Folkrwias" were the quoutltam oa the Ituard of Trade today: Wheal December, eraaed iasc duad Sic; Joiy. eaaaad Mac duent 7)e: May. opened extao, ekawd ouve. toea-IJBcnabr. ooaaad Mito, daasd iWht: Jaaaary. opened MV, cluasd Mcr. May, epeaad Mac, clenad Mc. tarts lajuambar. epeaad J3ic cioaad jfaaaary. opened Xtteflb ciuaeaaac: Mmj. iaia he. ctaaad a-k-Jaaaarr. opoaed ft3.4U, dosed IttSk May. oaawad $!. clanad ttUtt Lard Janaary. opened 17.41, cieaed tTJTH. Priatmi Batter faaey criamsii. ZTHe per Ib4 taaer dairy, t$Sia paokiag Mock. BU4c aaa-Frenb etack. Wo per sVanm: raid storaira, Ktitfn. iTeas lDltry-C1u k ens, thftia oar Hk tatkvya, u,Hr; darka HnWt asasa, ngtc, ' hotalaaa Harkaaaa, isili lis Mekfuaa anassat aslsed s Bwiat HMatnaa-liuaunm. blUtakWaar herraL t-raabsrnsa Cape Uud. m pay Mrras. Appm-p 4.w per barreL Uea anwSCoBMer4 aLrafn aHa Uea atedB Tha axiom at the Union Mark tarda today mail aa teUawsc CatUa aawtata for the day. tOjm oatalde of a few eana of fair to eosd sseers at MMm L trade waadaH with the cossergradm of e)tWf MtaltCf InVWVePe Mam Ruilpm for tba nay. MJOOO. market rtrea. a tnaa ntmur: heavy. l enajl m tefcer a llama. a.iua4,u, ugn e"ttU.la nstaayt las sina. THE CHURCH ALTAR. Ps urate It. Palms and other potted planta are ttsnal. lynard In the Christrosji decoration of tbs church, but a much flner effect can bene cured by Broupins; tbeas at poinUaway from the altar and decorating that with vines or tnniiwm. It holly ta procurable. It can ba maaacd about the altar and arranged along the chancel rail in a careleaaly ar tistic way and be made much mora effect ive than any potted planta, as the lattct always have a more or I cm formal air about them. In spite of ail efforts to avoid It, I f yon have tall palms, place them id the back ground. ' If evergreens and flowering planta are need, do not combine them, but keep the flowers to one Sie. Tha two do not bar tuouite, Ouo "kills" the otla-r. to make use of the term which arttets nae to express inharmonious combinations of colors. In thia cane it in not no much a claoh of color aa it in of individuality. Ited bcrrlen and leaves require nothing in the Khapeof flow em to tiring out their beauty, )ut show to the bent adrantage by thenmclren. or when unrd with evergreens. In wreathing the chancel railn, fasten the sprays to a rope or cord wit h fine wire or string, and do not attempt any regularity In sir or fhape of fentoona wbrn yon put the wreathing In pine. Aim to produce an unstudied effect. A charming effect isproduceil by sprin kling the leave of evergreen with mncil ageand sifting powdered mica over them. Thia will glisten (n the evening like frost. If the supply of holly berries in limited, crystallized grasses cah be worked In effec tively. There are varieties of shrubs grow ing in swampy places which bear scarlet fruit which makes a very satisfactory sub stitute fo.- the holly. Throw vines over the altar, letting the ends of the branches trail on the floor et sidesand front. Among the dark green foliage which should la washed la-fore using, to bring out its Klorny beauty fasten the berries gath ered In the swamp and use grasnes among t lien i if you choose. Home of the berries can I dipped in mucilage ami dusted with mica and combiued with the scarlet clus ters. The frosty white and glowing scarlet harmonize well and contrast strongly mid height! n the effect of each other. The rich green of tha iry will throw out the colors mont effectively. The king blanches are easy to arrange satUfacturilv. Simply throw them over the altar, aud thi-y wtai toalmoxt Arrange tbctuM.-lvra. A puru white cross can be placed on the altar, with always of Ivy winding about it aud trailing over Itsarms. If thought prefcrnble. a cross or star matte entirely nf la-rrica. cither in their natural color or frosted, can be placed in front of the altar, against a background of ivy or evergreens. In this case I would not tuns clusters of berries at other points of the altar decoration, but confine the effect to the designs into which they arc worked. Ilcv. IXiX rarlatmaa Charity. "flood will toward men" Is the all per vadiug sctitimeut of Christ mantide. It is the time to bury unkind thoughtanud petty jealousies. It Is the season for loving deeds and kind remembrances, a day of general amnesty, a time to forgive and forgi-t. and with a mantle of ChriniUke charity to cover the foiblca and frailties of our fel lows. The sentiment of common brotherhood should predominate It isa sentiment that does not lessen the teuder ties of kinship, but broaden and ennobles Its possessor. The man who confine his Christmas chari ties to his own family circle misses the purest and holiest pleasures of the day. The custom of giving Christmns presents hi said to have originated in the oriental practice of bearing gifts on ail pilgrimages and visit. Ihus the wise men of the east Uid gifts at the feet of the infant Christ. With us the custom has, or should have, a higher and nobler significance. The act of charity or the testimonial of fnendtfkip ami esteem should be entirely spoutaueons. To bestow gifts w ith the hope im return or reword, or to propitiate friend ship or iuterest, is to masqucradi: selfishness in the guise of geuenmity. The oriental idea of charity was recipro cal, toexchauge benclits for favors expected. Christ inaugurated a nobler system, the principle nf brotherly love "Itace on earth, good will toward men," One A astral In Christ man. A hot northerlv wiml. lmlon with and dust, bail been blowing with great force lor two unys. J tie thermometer In the warmest part of the afternoon touched np tola in the shade, and even nt night did not full IhIowKU. The email birds, find ing but little shade ill the straight leaved gum trees, came in under the covringot the wide verandas of'the hum. The snakes were almost more dangeroua at night than they were In the day. In fact, it waa in tensely hot weather. Tha sua rose on the Christmas morning without any appearance of a change. The forenoon was spent iu branding cat tle in order that they might lie released and watered, aa detention in such heat much longer would prolatbly cause some mortal ity. In the meantime the dinner was in progress. The lady of the establish incut bad roasted the wild ducks aud teal, pre pared the green peas potatoes there were none and boiled the plum pudding. At 3 o'clock we aat down in a long veranda to do our duty, notwithstanding the state or the wratber. when we were not made cooler by having, in default of other beverage, to drink but tea, which we sipped from large latsius. The puddiugwaa a great success and was the more apnciuted because the whole of the ingredients bad beau brought W miles in builock wagons at a cost of 1300 a ton and bad run many risks of being stolen or lost on the mart. Te ChrlstaUai Ilea. The origin of the term Cliristmaa box" as applied to donaUonawf Christmas stand ing money is uncertain, though antiqua rians generally seem to think that it was derived from the custom of placing money for massea to tm nnill nr mina. m. 4"i M.u day therefore ' "Christ masses" in a box. wnicb from this use waa called a Christ mass box. a teem imulnnll ' nu.l i Christmas bog ami finally applied to all wi Kivea aa a uunaunaa gratuity. , The Yale tmsaf. ; Christmas In ulmeevMl with matmln.!. asm In tba anowy north land of Sweden. The enlehrBtiim nennnv mnl. anrasn 4aaa w a"" -nn.aaev wW days, beginning on the Stth of tba month. a uawwiui custom m tnat e ratsiug a lanes aheaf of mrln n tha. Im, above the boose liar the wild birds to feast npon. It la said tkat no peasant will ait down to Lis Christmaa dinner until the yule sheaf hi lifted la place for the birds iu the snow outside. Atarax Man rxrcllent washing pow 4nr. The women uf Bclginm and Hol land aro noted for their snowy lindn. They attain thia desired result by the nao of borax a handful to 10 galkaM uf OarB-Wew. atajBe, .Oats-WnYtas. Wav Taneits tia; Stras.eteMa. pa, t8et; ekmaj eonltry Chlcknaa. d let i nd, V; tsrVeys. ea,itc; nea-dreiec,8abJc; s)ior moirsa vanwtssia Ajiiilai II saw LM per afe . Paliaai tae par sa Tarsias aucestea. av toe ere ea etLMS tHct cena aad aaifeia l-WHo calva Hr-4rfie hkttp tMcale Oaal-anft. Melt: kaes. ts M. Weed Cor i. 4.a: rawed, avn". Attesasitea Asaaaslnatlna. ' Gilmax, Ills., Dec. 34 An attempt to kill Kev. Mr. Kuaeell and wife of Gibson City, a short distance out of Oilman, was made by John Murray. Murray struck the old gentleman several times with a coupling pin and would have killed him but for the timely appearance of a neuih' bor. The reverend gentleman and wife are in bad shape in cou.ecqucnce of their battle, but nothing serious i looked foi as the outcome. . Frnveatiaa is Bt:er Than cure, and those who arc subject to rneumatum can nrcvent attacks by keening the blood pure and free irom tno acm wuicn causes the Uis. ease. Yon can rely npon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheuma tism and catarrh, also for every form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils and other diseases caused by impure blood. It tones ami vitalizes the whole system. Hood's Tills are ea5y and gentle in A RELIABLE AMD ON 2 Of THE BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS IN THE UNITED STATES. His Rooms Crowded. Everybody satiftiicu, ann many Praising Him. DR. S. D. REA, Surgeon and Specialist Who has ctesled such s sensation is sad smnnf Cbicago b? cnrlr.e illsrave thst slamst bsfflec tbs Biadlcal frnterni-y of the c nntrr. snd by tBf reqne of mssy tricnd sad psUsat be has at cklcd to vail Bock Island At tha Harper House, FAIDAT, EEC. 2SUi. Returning every month during the year, to remain a day. Pr Ilea kas been fl-nnected with the Isrceat bmsji tsl la ibe couatrr. and aas ao superier la aiacanslait and Irriuinc a iKCises bu aelomis tis Be will give (M for ssy esse be cannot tell taa disease, smi srbcre bicste t iu five atinuies. lie will retnra te Kck Island every nonth to re auia om dsy. T rents sll cnrsble medlesl and euiFteal dis eases, acnte ami chronic, ealsrrh, iiscam-s of the ee, enr and aose, tb ost sa.t Isags, dssepsia, Hrlghl's disease, dlsbete. kldnej-s. liver, blsd ler. cbnauc female and sexual dlse. ,.lles y a Ota cuiad I A poeitlve gasraateal Yssst aad atMdle-Axedl Wea nnffermc fnan spenatorrhoea sad iaipntencT as use ft sun or oii-ease la yuuin or In ma ture yea-r. sad otner csuinm, rodudn wmie of ia loisnnog aseeui. ss emissna, aioicnes, oe blllty. aerenastiess, diuiima, ooaf osloa of ideas, svermon of sortrty. detective sfreatnry and nana) xbamnkHi, which unst.Uis viciUn for anslasM nr marrtami, ara poisuumnllj eared by remedies not lujurmaa. Blaadi aad Mkia aUsaaaea. aypblliis and ooMnlicatioas, as rote throat, falluat of the bnir. psia In iho butiee, i tc are nnrfnetlr eradlcatc-d wltnmit asing BMrcary or other liilorlna crags timeirrbnan. glocU srie taiee aad all urinary and kMney teonbles bsd IV cored by Ueauaeat U.nt ka acver f nlled. Be aederukos ao inearabli! cares, bat cans thoas ands given ap to die. Beawber the date and crane early, as his towns ara always crowded wberewr ae stops. COaiiCLTATION VBCB. OrsHapuadeaee solicl'ed snd eonSdeotlal. sddrcssUr. II. O. ttltA, at ranUaa Street Chicago. XL:"-"1 -y I v 9 ft J Complete Manhood nd how to attain it. At laataasrlical work thst tells tba esses, describes the effoae, petal the nawdy. Tela w acksstlacalrr Ike anat valaable, artlstlaally the asset bassnifsl aanMeal book taat; basaa paarsd for yeass; at pawtsesi peg sosriag a hslf-teae tJlaatrauoa la tiata. eoast ef the atihiecU treated art Karroos Debility, lasae ssacy. aterillty. tajvelstisaiuat. Vsrleaeela, Tbs Bashral. These intending MsnUajcoMk Kvery aata who woaht know the grand truths, tbs plats facts, tha eM secrete, aad the new dbMoverlesef ajedtaal sc'aaos as appUad ta Btarn-d Ufa. anewaildaleae f past folUae aad aeoid fstare pttfsIU skoald write tor this WjaaerfalHUle book. It wul he seat free anderscal. Aaasssstka Dttbnsher. kru X dtcal t . SadsW. U . . PACIFIC LIMITED - - via ' ; SOO-PACIFIC LINE. BCXS DAILY FROM, ST- PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS ' TO . NEW WHATCOM. VANCOUVER VICTO- RIa,:TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORT LAND' AND SAN. FRANCISCO SHORTEST ROUTE, QUICKEST TIME AND FINEST TRAIN TO PUGET SOUSP POINTS, ALASKA, JAPAN, CHIN 4 AND AUSTRALIA. SLEEPER AND UPHOLSTERED TOURIST SLEEPER TO NEW WHATCOM, WASH., DAILY WITH OUT CHANGE. J. V. LEE, Dist. Pass. Agent, 232 S. Clark St., Chicago. 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