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TIIE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
FEBRUABY 15, 1894
HIS VIEWS ON THE MONETARY
ISSUE OF THE DAY.
C3JECH0I TO SHYER CERTIFICATES.
Ylwws aad rollcy M ruaactal 0e-
Iacladlng Silver seigniorage,
aaa wi riaaac la Geaeral mm
4 Forth la III Testimony
Before the hent Meeting of
the JudlvlMrj Cosnmlttee. '
WaawmaTOK. Feb. 18. Secretary
rlil'a exact views and nolicv on
flha-ni&l iiptlonft. Including silver
aoiytiiorage, bonds and finance in gen-
- - .
oral, are set forth in the testimony of (
the secret hearing of Secretary Car-
lisle before the house committee on
judiciary recently. This is as follows:
Concerning the coinage of ailver
eiimloraire. Representative Oatcs
nskiid! "I want to ask vou If there is
tor ebiection to the proposition about
th- enlnrW and issuing
mrtifloetes against that
-- -- "
Secretary Carlisle Well, the effect
of that would be that the secretary of
the treasury would issue silver certifi
cate calling for dollars. I suppose
when there were no dollars behind
them and if they came in for re
demption, as they might, the secre
tary of the treasury would be com-
lied to use gold or wnatever eise ne
ad te redeem them.
"'I WTJttS ytt DOt ClD th
ailver and use that?
Secretary Carlisle Yes, in about
two years. It would take about that
W. A. 8tone of Pennsylvania Have
you net got enough -ulver to radeom
Secretary Carlisle No, sir; certifi
cates are outstanding against what
we have, except about 93,000,000 or,
Mr Stoner What would be the ob
jection to issuing certificates on ac-1
Count ef the seigniorage
Secretary Carlisle I was going to
state that if we should issue certifi
cates with nothing behind them but
bullion I think they would be greatly
discredited in the public mind.
Mr. Stone And in order to keep up
the credit you would have to redeem
them in gold?
Secretary Carlisle They would hart
to be redeemed in something.
Mr. k tone If you redeemed it 1
silver it would be discredited an. you
would have to redeem it in gold?
Secretary Carlisle-They would call
for ailver dollars and there are no
ailv er dollars to redeem them.
In answer to a question as to how
fast the eoinage seigniorage could be
coned, Mr. Carlisle said: "If all
other coinage was suspended at the
mints, 1 estimate that we could coin
bout 4,000,000 silver dollars per month
or $48,000,000 a year." 1
The bond question was treated very j
elaborately by Mr. Carlisle. His pur-
pose as to using the proceeds of the
sales of bonds is sharply Bet forth in
the following colloquy:
Mr. atone I understand your pur-
pose Is simply to sell bonds to redeem
United States treasury notes and the
surplus to replenish the reserve fund?
Secretary Carlisle I hat Is my pur-
pose, but I want to say to you gentle-J
men that the secretary of the treasury
nay be confronted hereafter with a
very serious question as to what
be will do in the event congress
falls or refuses to make provision to
allow tha deficiency. Suppose, for
instance, congress passes a law, which
It does every session, making appro
priations for some particular purpose
the payment of pensions for illus
tration and makes it the duty of the
aecretarv of the treasury to nuv them
out of any money in the treasury not J
otnerwiso appropruiMJu wuiui is wiu
language ef all of your appropriation
laws and the secretary of the Inte
rior makes a requisition upon
the treasury department , for
money to pay pensions. The secretary
of the treasury finds no money in
the treasury not otherwise not ap
propriated except the money that has
Veen realized from tho sale of bonds.
Be will be confronted with the ques
tion whether he will stop the payment ,
( pensions, whether he will stop the
payments upon public buildings,
whether he wil' btop payment for
work upon rlers and harbors,whether
he will withhold salaries or use the
money in the treasury not otherwise
Mr. Uoatoer--Mouui you consider it
improper to give your opinion as to
ihe duties of the secretary of the
v fciecretarr Carlisle I will give it
very plainly. I believe that it ia my
4uty to pay pensions and all other
public obligations and, unless eon-
freas stops me, I shall do so. While
stay there I shall endeavor to main
tain the credit of the government by
paying its obligation.
Mr. ItoMner Out of the proceeds of
the bonds which you now propone to
tsecretary CartUlo I would nut use
tha proceed uf Ih)hU If it were pu
aible to avoid it, but I would not let
the obligation of the government go
to protect and fail to xty the apprif
priatton made by ct-ujrvM fur leg tl
uate purjh and fur earryng on the
speuMS of the government a ln
Aa there is a dollar tu the trraury,
Mr, larltale further atated h re
luclams to rewrt tit Ivtnl. A to the
kind of a bund h thought ronirreM
would saUtorta there was th foUww
Mr ltert Tbe p!an that you ug
f et to s!iJ iti truutde will ke
or the isortury to taua Inrnd 1tm
ftiQs uur'a. U that tha point?
tttUtf I ariUlti I think a short
time bond sbttuld ! auUtrUed War
tug i law rat of Interest, t be ImiivhI
In small tieMiiamatU'tta, whklt I think
wiNtld b tabrnt largely by the nttl
tj save ntonej ta tne savin batta,
and the SaHweUry rottld soil theut r
twwt lh pruds In payment tf
eaditr tat radeeut tkM tut of
tha furUier reae. That wm my
rwavowat at liuti v the subWt stmpti
lata I m u iiusftNMkiiie fuf
W arU by UaetU af
revenue which could be collected in
time for thin fiscal year.
FOR FREE SILVER COINAGE.
Another Fight for It to Be Made Shortly
by Mr. Blaad.
Washhotoji, Feb. 12. The etrengrth
developed by Mr. Bland'e silver aeift
nioraue bill leada to the belief that
another movement will be made for
unlimited silver coinage aa a sequence
of the passage of the ailrer aeignior
Mr. Bland Introduced a bill "for tha
free coinage of standard silver dol
lars" and it went to tne coinage com
mittee and was about to be discussed
when Mr. Bland asked .that it be tem
porarily laid aside In order that the
seigniorage bill might first be acted
on. Aa to the measure Mr. Bland said
to-day:' "It has been put aside for
the present but will probably be taken
Bp later. No definite plans have yet
Wn made, but it is evident that many
mmW want the oDDortunitv arrain
of voting on the free ailver question."
. . . U
Representative Williams ol Illinois,
one of Mr. Bland's lieutenants, says
that he has no doubt That the free
silver question, pure and simple, will
again be presented to this congress,
The facts is also being noted that of
about twenty-five Republican mem-
ters counted in favor of the seignior-
age bill, some are outspoken in favor
nf fn inw tiir tin the. measure wun a
free coinage bilL
- . .T.S
Representative Tracy of New York,
one of the anti-silver leaders, says
that a bill for unlimited coinage of
silver could not pass the house.
Mr. Bland's free silver bill repeals
that portion of the act of 1883 which
prohibits the coinage of stan lard ail-
ver dollars. It also repeals that por-
tion of the law of 1887 that provides
,, 111. nnlnaiM ft nil lAora.1 tender
Po - r of sirverlollar. of 412 grain. ,
Congress May Bo Called Upon to Define
the Status of Court Protected Koads.
Vishihoto, Feb. 12. There la a
movement in tho house to urge upon
the Judiciary committee an investiga
tion of the management of railroads
under receivers appointed by the
federal courts. So many complica
tions have arisen lately as the system
of receivership control has spread,
that the matter has been brought be
fore the committee in several of its
An influence which tends to restrain
the committee on judiciary from re
viewing the actions of the courts un
necessarily Is that the judiciary is a
co-ordinate branch of the government
Its members hesitate to take any ac
tion which might look like interfer
ence by one branch of the govern
ment with the functions of another.
THE HOUSE'S SESSION SAD.
Work Cut Short by Mr. Ilouk's Death
Eulogies ou Other Dead Postponed.
WAsnnfOTON, Feb, 12. To-day was
set aside by special order for eulogies
upon the life and character of the late
Representative O'Neill of Pensylvania
Rnd the late Senator Stanford
cf California, but on account of the
death of Mr. llouk of Ohio that order
was vacated and the house adjourned
out of respect to the memory of tho
dead Ohio representative. In his
prayer at the opening of the session
chaplain Uairby referred feelingly to
, jutiire Ilouk's death
(jpon motion of Mr. Loud the tlmo
f0P paying tribute to the memory of
the late Senator Stanford and Repre
sentative O'Neill was postponed until
Monday at 3 o'clock.
A Clame In an Appropriation BUI Af
fecting Veteran' Besting Places.
Mllwaukeh, Wis., Feb. 12. The
Telegraph of this city has advices
from Washington that the house com
mittee on appropriations has tacked a
clause to a bill which it recently
reported, which will take the
control of the national soldiers
homes from the boards of man
agers add place them entirely
under the control of the war depart
ment Little Money for the Ulver.
WA8H15QT05, Feb. 13. Chairman
Blanchard Bays that the river and har
bor bill will probably not be ready to
report to the house for at least throe
weeks, 8peaking of the size of it he
ta,j that it will bo a rery small bill,
prol,ably carrying about $10,003,000,
as ho determination has been reached
j uol lo UttTtt Bay now improvements
rjrovlded for in this bill and to cut the
;ppr)priations for projects now under
NEW KAN9AS DECISIONS.
Tb "nprem Coarl llestore Hherlff Morf
gaga Hale K-"HuU tens" I phelJ.
TornKJt. Ka. Feb. 19. Among tho
opinion handed down by the supreme
court this morning win one by Chief
Justice llorton, holding that section
of tbe l)ouglaa mortgage redemption
law relating to the foe and eotnm.a
sion of sheriff unconstitutional and
of no effect. It provided that when
land w bid In by or for the "prior
cred lor" the aherilT should reeelve no
eomntihsloti for the sale.
Another interest Ujf caw deoUled
wa one Involving the rif ht of e tu
to eMipel otTetider against ordlu4n
to work out their tiuea, the eourt
held that ordinneeof thU kind were
not uneonlitutionl and tnold b en
forced, Jutusi Allen, populist mew
Sfcal hy a Jaaliea !!. 4.
rV a.M, Kan., Feb. U - l.al ght
about ntuinight ftmui Cndy, iv
lnguta of here, followed lUr M !
)r, waa had aieoutanied rauaijr'a
wife ta the raday sUtUm, an t Vt
hlrn HroifH tKa aUlomea. A family
qunrrol i'su d Mr. taly to
hHu asdsUit Wkto M "iri where
tt f rmet!y tifed. MitUr wa aent
M Tntfct f wsdUil treltuat.
t arr 4y fl.'.L
p-ff"t t-f 1 wt "
Aa the Utue aad pla fat the
FRIGHTFUL TREATMENT OF
11 OFFICIAL REPORT IADE PUBLIC.
laanmerable lastanee of Lopping Off of
ringers and Arms by Saber Strokes,
While Cannibalism, Coder Stress
of Famine, lias Been of Com-
Occurence M order
to End Their Misery.
St. Petersbcbo, Feb. 13. The gov
ernment commission appointed to in-
vestlirate - the convict prison at Onor,
On lug IblilllU Ol oignaiivut una ihucu
a report which shows that there have
been instances without number of
merciless cases of beating and lopping
off of fingers and arms by saber
strokes, while cannibalism, under
. ... i. l .! 1 1 1
stress of famine, has been of common
occurrence. Murder followed by can
niballsm has been frequent with the
B0ie object of ending a miserable ex-
n. i i..f
isujnce. iv w remwu
that there have
even been cases where several con
victs have disputed for conviction of
murder when in fact they were not
guilty of any such crime.
I During the whole year of 1892 there
was an almost continuous string of
convicts carrying the corpses of con
victs from Onor to Rikovskay, the res
idence of the authorities. In nearly
e cage the bodics were frightfully
.r, . i rr . i it.. i lJ
part of the authorities as to how the
wounds were inflicted.
The treatment of the prisoners is
said to be most shameful. No doctor
tever visited the prison and convicts
I who failed to perform their work on
account of sickness were placed on
half diet in the place called hospital
and when it became apparent that
they would be unable" to perform
further duty they were dispatched
like animals with a revolver by the
inspector and were registered on the
prison books as having died from a
I The principal author of the atroci
ties, it is asserted, is a former convict
I of tho name of ShakoJf , who was a fa
vorite of the district commandant and
was promoted to be inspector
Fugitives Stories Confirmed.
Saw Fbancisco, Feb. 12. The dis
patch from St Fetersburg, giving the
details of the terrible condition of
affairs in the Russian prison on the
island of Saghalien, was brought to
public attention several months ago
by the arrival here of five escaped
convicts who had been picked up at
sea in a scow by a whaler. The men
had escaped from the island and. had
been ten days at sea in a small open
The story of the men excited much
Interest here, but tne irignuui con
duct of the prison otlicials could hard
ly be believed. They were exhibited
for a time in a dime museum. One of
them has been arrested here for burg
lary; one has been sent to New York
by people Interested In hia case, and
the others are drifting about San
Francisco without employment
EAT HORSES, DOGS AND CATS.
The 1-ower Classes of Bazony Not at AU
Particular In Their Meat Diet.
Washington, Feb. 13. -James EL
Smith, commercial agent at Mayence,
has sent to the state department tho
following- statement of the meat diet
of the lower classes in saxony:
"With regard to the diet of the
Doorer class, s of Saxony, it is note'
worthy that, according to official pub
lications now at hand, 4,277 horses
were slaughtered in Saxony last year;
that is 352 more than in 1891. Of
dogs, according to official statement,
there were 422 butchered, thereby,
however, is apparently meant only!
tne numoer or inose auieu in
slaughter houses, for the number of
dogs actuatcly slaughtered must be
considerably larger, when there is
such a comparatively large consump
tion of dog flesh by the poorer classes
of the people. Even cat flesh Is not
disdaineu by many persons and bad
gera, foxes, sparrows and crows are
REBELS GAIN A VICTORY.
A I'olnt of Land Mer Klo Janeiro Cap-
lured After a Sharp Fight.
WaBiiisgto., Feb. 13. The navy
department to-day received the fol
Itio, IV U 0. Tld morutng there
waa a sharp engagement at Arela
poiut, resulting in some Insurgent
Arela point i a projection of land
not far from Nlctheroy which I in the
Mine part of the bay of Klode Jantero,
Apparently It would be a good place)
for land operations against ISlctheroy,
Chairman Vtuaoa la Kaasa City.
Kansas Tirt, Ma, Feb. IJ, Con
rreaMunn William U WlWrn of West
Virginia, author of the famous Wilson
larilf bill now pending in congre. Is
the honored gut of Kansaa t'ity to
day. AtHHiinpaaiod by hi wife and
voungeal daughter and t'onresstnaa
John t'. I sr.ney, he arrived at the
I niott tiepot over the Kanta Fe railway
from t hica.o at o'clock this morn
Ing. He wa gtwa a reetUin at Ihe
Auditorium t-vntghtaad i.ke briefly
lo a ruiiuervus wJ lie said th
lariif bill wouid terulaly r--4 U
vualM aud Ueeoute a law ty iuae t.
Maul ttIWa ttlaat,
WAuuoto, Feb, U, Complaint
mtn reventtr tiled wtlh thf i'd r
toe eoaiuiio charging toMerlor (
Iba ISift S imm f ralavu Uh
rvuioviag four liepulluaa ewidojt
' iHo end of tbe t-rolatioaary lrw
I l a. . . a I 1 a k. ., ia m
!, l aaai i iv-v
ta a4e aad the
moat ha d. rxl the r-iaUtea.el
( tbe Mr ttepubtbaaa.
WRITERS OF THE SEA.
Aa Eag'ish Author's Claim fur American
L tr tar.
Until Richard IL Dana and Herman
Melville wrote, the commercial sailor
of Great Britain and the United State
was without representation in liter
ture. declares W. Clark Russell in the
North American Review. Dana and
Melville were Americana They were
the first to lift the hatch and show the
world what passes in a ships fore
castle; how men live down in that
gloomy cave, how and what they eat
and where they sleep; what pleasures
.hey take, what their sorrows and
wrongs are; Low they are used when
they quit their black sea parlors in re
sponse to the boatswain's silver sum
mons to work on deck by day or by
night These secrets of the deep Dana
and Melville disclosed. By doing so
they the one by a single volume, the
other by four or five remarkable nar
ratives expanded American litera
ture immeasurably beyond the de
gree to wnicn bngnsa literature
bad been expanded by, . say tho
works of two-thirds of the poets named
in Johnson's 'Lives," or by the whole
series of the Waverly novel or by
half the fiction together with much
of the philosophy, theology, poetry
and history that has been published
since the death of Charles Dickens,
Two American sailors, men of letters
and of geniu solzlng the pen for a
handspike, prized open the scaled lid
under which the merchant seaman lay
caverncd. The light of heaven fell
down the open hatch, and the story of
what had been happening for centu
ries in the Britibh service, for years in
tho American, was rcud. Did any good
come of it? I should have to ask your
patience for a much longer paper than
this to answer that question. But as
literary feat! In an age, too, when
men thought most things Known.
Americans! honor your Dana and
ybur Melville, Greater geniuses your
literature has produced, but none who
have done work so memorable in the
history of their native letters.
Old Jpsse Brown's Mien.
'The founder of the Metropolitan
Hotel came to tho Capitol from Bat
tletown, Va.. and bis name was Jesse
Rrown," sa d an old Washingtonian
in the lobby of that hostelry to a
Washington Po t man. -That was way
back in the thirties, and tho first Inn
that Rrown opened was called the In
dian Queen and was located on the
present site of the Metropolitan. Sub
sequently the old Indian Quoen was
torn down and the present house
erected on the site, jfclfefl
"Jesse Rrown was a great charac.
tor, and bis house was the resort of
all prominent men of the day. 1 re
member being in the old tavern which
Jcisho kept in Rattletown before he
moved to the capital. It was an old
fashioned Virginia tavern, where the
office and bar wore all in one room.
Ono of the first things that attracted
one on entering was a unique sign
which hung over the bar. It was
gaudily painted, and the lettering was
irregular. It bore the following de
: ' ' "HI V j'ESSE iiub'WN can Uck any" :
;mun ia Haulotoun. i
Mrs. Andrew Crosae tells la the cur
rent number of Temple Uur an amus
ing anecdote about Browning.
On one occasion Mr. browning's
son had hired a room in anoighborln;?
liouso in which to exhibit hia pictures.
In tho temporary absence of the artist,
Mr. Browning was doing the honors,
the room being half filled with fash
"Mr. Browning was standing near
tho door when n visitor, unannounced,
made her apnoarance. He immedi
ately shook hands with the stranger,
or tried to do so. when she exclaimed:
Oh, 1 beg your pardon, but please,
sir, I'm tho cook.
Mr. Barrett asked me to come
and see his picture' 'And I am very
glad to seo you, Bald Mr. Browning,
with ready courtesy. Take my arm,
and I will show you round.'"
An Ke to Iluslnea.
Museum manager "The preacher
at our church last night talked about
a Mrs. 1 ot who had turned into a
pillar of salt."
Assbtant "los; 1 ve Heard about
Museum manager Well, why la
thunder didn't you lot me know about
it? I'll bet four dollars some other
museum will get hold of tho freak be
fore we do. -Judge.
tterlntf ! Bellovln j.
Baron Fraachettl sent hit servant
Teodoro to see whoa the last train
started for Naplea Tcodoro earn
buck after an absence of two hour.
l erdinol. Tcodoro! Why, it has
taken you aa age!"
elgooro, I had to walk X
roulda't trust any of those folio wa ana
I wanted to see the tra a sUrt with
my own eye" I rou the Italian.
Take A peaell and aauHlp'y twice)
two are tour, twice four ara eight
ta, and you will Cad that la tha
twentieth generation oa had 1.0
&i A ancestor without couaUng tha
taterruoutava genrvLa. aad that la
thirtivlh geteralioa y4 had ever
,00a00diKKj ancestor without
eouatla tie batweea yeuraell aa4
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Hi Diul tey Brotbeia Haidwure t (mpiu ta
secure tbe paynieiit of tbeaam of I30.1U, all of
w tilt a sum toeiuer aim imeieni iikd (iu;
ner cent thereon is low due and unpaid.
raid n ortpage to erlrgand tonveying to tbe
aald Humphrey Broibeis Hardware Company
lOBHUie tbe pajttientof Bald atm of nn ney
one (1) four (' shovel badger, one (I) ware
nule, brown, nine )eia oid, one (D uriwn
horeemule, about nine yeaia, called Jack atid
Jennie. Default bavlt btn nude Inthe pay
ment of paid aunt of money and bo suit or
other proceedings having been lnatl uted to
recover said d bt or any ptri tbeieof, aid for
the further reason that said mortgagee feeling
tttelf Intecare atd unaafe, tbenfoie the said
mortgagee wl.l sell the property therein, and
above det-crlbtd, as follow, to-wit: Due four-
thovei badgi r. ooe mate mule, brown, Bine
years old. on blown bores niuie about nine
years i Id, called Jack and Jennie. All of
which t roueriv Ibdow In tbe roeaesnl a of H
F. Kins on the farm kept by bttu near Anew,
Lai.mxu-r couuty.Nebi atka. t-ald sale will be
at public auction id front o what l known as
ths rmlth feed siable. VII "h" Mieet.lu the
city of Lltroln. U nraster county, Nebraska.
en rrlday, Kebrusiy letb, lev, Uglbulug at I
0 'vloes M ana aay.
Uated this tibd day of Jar uary, ism.
tU Mr-MBlY llKOa. U AaUiW tlKCO..
TlNQUtY A tJURKEIT,
Attorneys at Law, loaoOSt. Lincoln Nb
To Charles Tl. JohBKon James II. Newklrk
aod Newklrk, (llrrt nam uttknowus his
wile, nin leaiurnt oeienasaui: i u win vhh
noilisibs'. ou ihs ik day ol IVcemwr, Itavt.
H. storrlll. ss rtiel, r ul Ike ixebrsa s hsv
lltgs I slik, aa plslot IT herein. Bled bis llll..q
10 ise uuiru't t ota i oi tdmrsaier r uuiy, ra
bra all , slliat '! deleadikl,'., n.iledi'4
with t bat es Manning, Am a Manning' ssd
tievrge a. ll!fe'W, Ike object asd l"a)r ef
aid (elUrt S l-etl'g to tv reclia-e B certain luorv-
sags eiecuieq Of tea o i.Huanw, aar r.
fa nit lug sbd Au lui nlLg t t harlea m.
jhnaoa Sbd lew oased by this plaint lit.
i t e
Kink t.1 the Mih at leetol lkrl k lit
kltik Mtr a l'l Iflbany K.i.aia.
scvwelng t- tkteud,4 plat thaiewl, benie
la La, a.ief itn.Bir Nell .. sad Ik pi
tiRsrtthtl ilaald o.l.u.lait' malt ke
(utvtH'MdKl lt laisie-t Mile aadedUlif ut i.
ai plena I l tsv l fa-a Bliu
Us taais at a"1 ! tae prw4
Barel ka elatsttt Htay .I4 ta etaoast
kla rvaba 4
V c r-S'i!! - f a.u$ t!Ua fMt
r kK n k tf a Iwm
t II. smii't, Fersavef, r ltHI
ft rtsstsf A at asvtt, lAtt I.
la.a'f IU ite.
, V fMFVte tllasja
Ha4 j-' tuuue i&d aJ.rrit t a
Ivt4 X ht tsfietsatuta retartlUtf
tttU sairrrU, Yet tuay bc iwe
charter amHer aJ wooucw a Koine a4
aermaaeat pU ateat wUhoulaioaev.
A Hart (or a New a 4 Nobler CMUiav
MI, Tttt tXvMl.. vl K aTltVv,
"- ae. ttijm. -A tin. St.
tveut arelfcrs)tulii l le rviiler ii'ini.i. i-.i w b. .aiauie a an ia
uie al vSMttd usu.It. tal. and being ,., mii 'ryatioa oa Cwaitb, toldv
It laheliIU WigletllHitllaU. Aik, thraaHt Uimh hill I ttar wiia
I a kulrvdj leet tf ft hwndivil aud l.l B.coBiel eearly wtiiwAillv tr4 eaae.
feet u,ei. twli tbe Bt tne kuadml leet eneelwhu h may be like jrut, w U k4
WIFE CAMI0T m HOW TOO 60
sis as IT Ann PAT f BTICHT.
mBm ear faraww
1 .,. Mlt trm hk
uir laua.aasMWW kraa
mad fciOTv wrk; pralaj for 1U Imh mUh
IwaHk ShM M lafer, S,VTfcraata Cjtta
4rr kaaltla, MMf-SrtUaf SMato aa a inmi,ia
,( Starl alaaaet.akipaa aa? ska am
SO Bar Trial. N. am traaM la adtaan.
Tt,tWa H aa, Warla'a fan Maaml aa-arM rtn aaa Hl.ra
awata. bay from f adarr aaS ana anlii1! aaa arWa atatla.
pare Cat TaiaOat aa araa ! ataeaata er lam frae
IKtC ul-r-.,trMharwl' l la. Wort.'. fM.
X A CRAND DISCOVERY ! !
ULn I J 11 T I Ml Ol T MHt a.t-1 U t
fl wittl VMf llaVKM 4 MWa
ltd we will hrtM. M tbkt fteavui
glrf Huiab.si e.ul to for
KaMlnAllOH. 1 te- rltmllW H M
teaHeM4tiae,li it tM ta)l-
tt ttaiKii, r ' fftnifW awtr
$ .. a at rH i hatgev m4 It m
ttri. It ia iiiArkifK-etttly eirrav
mii,opn fare, tut arm Vatit
caav, aiiti ,Mii feraaa) to
trmu hl.aj law. si lrli. A
gtittAUtrr or U mmt4 kHmttlifvl
tM flat fbain aixt haitn
ttm with fn; eu m tvdt
tttto tnv not pi-r wmm, mtm.Uj
wtiLbT vou want tc-Bu' tr UdtW
a4. NATIONAL M'F'Q
IMPONTlWO . CO.
834 Imkor. 6t., C-ic m.
Vorld s Fair Highest Awsrds
: a-Hal rsnH fal rlrvr-k W mtBUfjmt W saN.
on our INCUBATOR and
AU n.l'.LI.II Lend
Old Reliable" hS
If you tr taMraud tit Fwltry,
p-.y vims to aerrd 4 arW bt umwm
ri patt wavUiaru, rlrtax vlal
ea Pmilt !aiture. Addreaa
aa-J?i?-inim!MMiViVn vS"L"at r!!-
ROOT'S REPAIR1UQ OUTFIT.
andoUurr tuolaand nta
teriala, anabloa oiiatodo
hliown HAUr-aoi.iNu and
Hoot, HMoa, anil huaau
rvpairuis. Aay buy can
ju II Thounamiii D
e)Jr , 6,-U. Ira, sent
y ui . 8TR A PS for l-
tnar makliiB or mmillna'
Your own harness,
d end crnaaed, half unuat
uHTw.au. vacu l una., iov,
ibvr good In prupor-
tlun, aataly and cheaply
flnrt-claaa Kit oir Hijkx-
ShhithTcm.1 . R'lot'nOut
HoLVEIUMa C'AK KT, tt C.
ed. Cataloirua free.
ROOT BROS., MEDINA, OH,r
Do Your Own Leather Work !
nnir.nimr.llrtl Pmneiirena1iliaanr lliun lo ma
a ffoodant of double llnra in M minute lr l.6i , iiaina
Ktrap. Oi HltcU.lrap.U;iBreriirap. ivei llallara
fcio.. and other strnpa in proportion. Wrap by m U,
Lnlf UMial prlre. Halfvole, Mddlery, et.-..ch'fip.
Hoot' Iron I,nl ami Kepalrina' Oiilflt. S3. (kiWurlnr
eakt.llekiiinlUi'sTiwl,eia.firlmiieue. Catalog free. Scot Bros., Msiina, Caio.
m nrasTEV'A B a a ar anaa aaary sa
X W ouaulr wben wa aa aat ai ready aa ad s Jk
Innrguim to aell our "ktiiaa S)tlverir
bOLJU MKTAU Kanw, Fork, ana Spomu lo eoav. J f
aim ri a solid axial aaittat (Hfart ass
m vaarotfi rood, raarantaad te wear s lifetime i eoataa
abotoaa lnultthatof aileerj the rkaaca of a hfa- S
Ztkae lamntaan nf tram t 'teSM par weak, aad X
X aiaat with raady aala nraberr , as seeal ia th W
eeundaWoar Solid MetarCMMla. O Oa Mil-
lioa UeUan wnrtk la daily aaa. Ctaa af aaapiet
X Pree. AddraM atUaadarel Nllvas are m
ZCa-.Dtt. , BmIm, BJaaa. X
IU ffa T ill
' "Dear Mr, CONCRevE: Ala rale thavS'aV"
faith in advertised remedies; bu. it must now
be wine twenty-live years since first 1 saw ia
the person ot one of toy students the effect
ui yuur remeuy, i
door, but he lives
now, a strong, hearty
alufollo ing y oor
I do note
RBV. C. H. SPURGEON. by near,
aay, but testify to what I have seen with my
own eves. 1 believe that you have saved num
bers from Consumption. 1 have friends with
coughs and weak lung, whe speak of your
medicine with sincere gratitude. Personally, I
find it most useful in the case of wearing cough.
Very reluctantly do I give testimonials for
publication ; but 1 send you tnia as your quo.
What I have seen ol God's healing power
through you, demands of me that I pef Ior
the good ol others. I have those aroud me
whose health 1 value, and they are living wit
nesses that yours is a very btnshcial prepare.
11 "Yours heartily, (Rev.) C. H. SPURGEO
"WESTWOOD," Beulah Bill, England."
G. T. Congreve's
Message to Americas'
The above letter
from the late emi
nent preacher, C. H.
Spurgeon, is one cf
thousands of test
imonial to the won
derful curative prop
erties oi my rialaamio
Elixir, which not
only cures consump
tion bst gives in
stant and permanent
relief in caaes of
nd all Cht flec
tions, eo. Tuoaconekgvs,
Por years I hav been tatreated
tomakemy remedy known in the United State,
but uiv tune has been too math abaurbed bf
my Knropeaa patients to allow this. Now,
I have beea able ta extend my erganltatloa)
So a to bruin Ainerka wiilun lh aopa el mf
pcmtmal ouaarvaik.n, ami my dewr 1s ta
make it cleat to all cltiisnsof the Vnua.l State
that they may htacelutlh procure from any
A care lor Cemp4le
which, even ia the aUvsmsd atage ef (hat
IcrribUdis, utsy he aaed with rtainly of
I:ii MfM frUif front Cheat Diaeaa.
n.l all v( weak ln asd deluat katiii, arioakl
reail my 1h H onCuosamntiu l Hi tune ur
lUfvlme, ana Its tucvaealul iraauneat, skuaing
Fmi Ut lt s, or Iks ka.k will he sent
aillt Slat wldi Ot ftB bvllie vJ
if lUUaaum all air.
cowigrvr a PAtasmiu riivni taa
hti4 wvaa drag r"H I at t wal
lake ' tiaae e.ii II will
lata 'l ( tkaia tkiwwakuMl Iki '
II dr' ka t )ft Bat It lsik,
II ywat ar' Baa B.-l )tl Bat It I k. at
will t aaa I tua. ariia B 4. t'tnk at aa
itfmA, n teip al ! ax , ar
l av4iag talk it al tk k.iU atdfa4
tllO, 1I4U.14A CVtHWIiVII,
W eewtat llreet, WiW tWitt,
IfMsatMMl tat r.
Use JSurt westrra II W t .'
Imw rW. raat train. Oltt. till
Aayeae taa oe.al fr atl V Uwra.
fcirway Urwtt 1e I'aa-A-W
Bt UetaUe AwiW, iviwr, t-.,
aad afMiWaUg futf lo laskw,
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