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English Liberals Opposo Lord
05LY TORY ORGAXS SUPPORT HIM.
The Two Krltlsh Vessels Seized Lnat Year
Have Started For ISelirlng Sea, While
the American Were Libeled
Laxnos, March 12. Lord Salisbury's
delay in arranging for a renewal of
the modus vivendi in the liehring' sea
matter has been a matter for private
consideratian by the leaders of the op
position, resulting in a decision not to
move in the matter until the policy of
the government appears more definite.
The foreign office is unusually dilato
ry in the production of the papers in the
case. Apart from the extreme tory
organs, the opinion of the country is
dead against Lord Salisbury for risk
ing a quarrel with the United States
for the sake of the small capital in
vested in fish boats.
Today's number of the Speak
er indicates the attitude of tho
liberals in arguing that the reasons
that induced Lord Salisbury to agree
to the modus vlvondi in 1S31 apply
with equal force in favor of a renewal
in 16'J2; that if the English government
is confident of the strength of its ease
there is all the greater cause to be con
tent to await the decision of the arbi
tration tribunal and to be ready mean
while to meet the Washington execu
tive on a provisional arrangement.
STAltTKD FOK ISRIIKING SEA.
"Washington, March li The two
Uritish vessels seized in l'chring sea
last year for violating the terms of tho
modus vivendi and turned over to the
liritish authorities for prosecution un
der that agreement, are said to be
among the vessels that have already
started for the scaling grounds. These
vessels are the Otto and E. F. Martin.
So far as known the British govern
ment has not instituted proceedings
against them. On the other hand tho
Lamnmfa and Ethel, two American
vessels seized for exactly the same of
fense, were libeled and condemned by
the United States courts. The four
vessels named were the only ones seized
last year for illegal sealing, and there
was considerable adverse comment in
official circles yesterday in regard to
the radically different action of tho
two governments in a matter upca
which at the time they were supposed
Jo be in full accord.
MEETING OF TIIE CAHIXET.
Washington, March 12. The Bchr
ing sea question was again considered
ut yesterday's meeting of tho cabinet.
In the absence of any reply from Lord
Salisbury in regard to a renewal
of tho modus vivendi, it is understood
no action was taken. Secretaries Blaine,
Foster and Noble were the absentees.
fi . rLThc session was shorter than usual and
at its close a member said, in reply to
nn inquiry on the subject, that there
was no new developments in the Bear
ing sea matter.
A BURGLAR SENTENCED.
Saltl to IIuvo Itecn Axsoeiated With ITetls
pctli and blye.
Auiaxt, Mo., March 11. In the cir
cuit court of Gentry county Charles
Montgomery, known to police officers
and detectives throughout tho United
States as Charles St John and by other
aliases, pleaded guilty to burglary yes
terday, receiving a sentence of four
years in the penitentiary. Mont
gomery's picture is conspicous in
many rogues' galleries. It is not
improbable that Montgomery helped
to plan the Glcndale train rob
bery, if he was not a participant, as
lie is positively known to have been as
sociated with lledspeth and Sly. lie
was an expert safe-breaker and post
office robber, his success being pro
moted by his wife, who is said to have
been the treasurer of the gang for sev
eral years. Her principal headquarters
were at Chicago and Kansas City, Kan.
Montgomery served two terms in tho
Illinois penitentiary for safe-cracking,
one term in Kentucky and one in Mis
souri. Previous to his professional
trip to Northwest Missouri he operated
AN INTERESTING SUIT ENDED.
Money Paid Tor Hank Stock. Which After
ward ltm-ainc Worthless, ltecovercd.
Hastings, Xeb., March 12. An im
portant case was settled ia tho district
court yesterday morning. About two
years ago II. Uostwick, presidentof the
City National bank, sold M. A. Harti
pn, of this city, S1,000 worth of bank
s-tock at a premium. In les:s than a
year after the City Nationnl bank
closed its doors. Mr. Hartigan brought
hint against Mr. Bostwick to recover
the amount of his stock and Interest.
He set up a plea of fraud in his
petition, and the jury brought in a
verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of
SI, 500, this being the full amount asked
with interest The case has been
watched with considerable interest,
and the outcome may lead to other
suits of a similar nature being brought
against Mr. Bostwick.
.Tailed on aTVrrlble Charge.
Guthrie, Ok.. March 12. Bristol
Leonard, aged 50, a wealthy farmer of
Oklahoma county, a church trustee
and a Sunday school superintendent,
was jailed last night, charged With de
bauching six little girls from 8 to 12
I'olnonpd by Mince Tie.
Hiawatha. Kan.. March 12. Jerry
Hania, a Missouri Pacific brakeman,
was poisoned at Weeping Water by
eating mince pie. He is under a phy
In n Critical Condition.
London. March 12. Mrs. Osborne,
after her sentence yesterday, developed
hysteric-catalepsy so seriously that her
condition last night was critical.
Kansas 1'ost masters.
Washington, March 12. Kansas
. postmasters appointed:
I C. H. Foss, Dav, Washington county;
J. J!. Bliss, Tisdale, Cowley county.
TREATY UNDER FIRE.
The Retiring Sea Dispute and the Treaty
With Great Britain Considered in Kxecu.
tire Session or the Senate.
Washington, March 10. The senate
spent nearly three hours yesterday in
the consideration of the Behring sea
seal fishery question. The subject
came before it through the presenta
tion by the vice-president of the presi
dent's -message transmitting the cor
respondence on the subject since May
4, 1S9I, between this government and
the government of Great Britain. Tho
president's message of transmittal
was read and in answer to a general
demand a great deal of the correspond
ence was also read by the executive
clerk for the information of the sena
tors. The treaty was debated at consider
able length bv senators, a majority
seemingly favoring an amendment
It was the common understanding
that the treaty should be kept before
the senate until tho correspondence
had progressed sufficiently to allow'
the senators to form an idea as to tho
attitude which Great Britain intends
finally to assume in response to tho
PROVISIONS OF THE THEATT.
Washington, March 10. The preamble to
the arbitration treaty submitted to the hcnato
by the president yesterday recites the desire of
the government of tho United States and Great
Britain for an amicable settlement of the ques
tions arising between them concerning jurisdic
tional rights or the United States in liehrtog
sea and also concerning the preservation of tho
fur seal in the sen and the rights of the citizens
or subjects of cither country as regards tho
taking of seals in these waters. Therefore they
have resolved to submit the question to arbi
tration and the plenipotentiaries Secretary
Blaine and Sir Julian Paunccfote have agreed
to the treaty.
The first article of the document recites that
the questions mentioned in the preamble shall
be submitted to a tribunal of arbitration to be
composed of seven arbitrator two to bo
named by the president of the United States,
two by her majecty, the president of tho
French republic is to be requested to name one,
the king of Italy to name one nd the king of
Sweden and Norway to name one. Tho
seven arbitrators are to bo jurists of dis
tinguished reputation and their respective
countries. In the event of the failure or the
three last named persons to designate arbi
trators within two months after request, then
the vacancy is to be filled in such manner as
the contracting parties shall agree.
The second article provides that the arbi
trators shall meet in Paris within twenty days
after the delivery of the counter cac men
tioned in article 1, all questions including the
final decision to be determined by a majority of
The third, fourth and fifth articles prescribe
the rules of procedure after the tribunal or ar
bitration shall have organized. The sixth
names the five points of difference, which shall
be submitted to the arbitrators. The seventh
provides that if the determination of theso
questions shall leave the subject in such posi
tion that tho concurrence of Great Britain
Is necessary to the establishment of
regulations for the protection or tho
seal the arbitrators shall determlno
what concurrent regulations are necessary
and over what waters they shall ex
tend. The eighth relates to the settlement of
the question or liability for injuries sustained
in connection with the claims presented by fu
ture arbitration beforo tho tribunal. The
other articles relate to the payment or tho cost
or the arbitration, its rules and the ratification
of the treaty within six months or its date.
SHOT TO DEATH.
Three Xejrroes Who Shot Several Officers
at Memphis Lynched Hy Slashed Men.
Memphis, Tcnn., March 10. About 3
o'clock this morning sevent--fivo men.
all wearing black masks, appeared
suddenly on Front street near the jail.
From whence they came no one would
this morning hazard even a guess. No
one knew them to assemble, no officer
of the law noticed their passage through
any street, nor didany person intercept
them in their quick and quiet march to
Shelby county jaiL
I The watchman at the jail office was
1 having a chat with a prisoner, when a
ring was heard at the outer gate and
i Watchman O'Donnell walked to the
door. "Who's there?" he demanded.
"Hugh Williams, of White Haven,"
came the replv. "I have a prisoner."
"All right," said O'Donnell; "this i3
the placo and I am always ready to re
With that O'Donnell hurried to the
gate and unlocked it Two or three
j men pushed in immediately.
The men were masked. " hat does
this mean?'' queried the watchman, as
he reached for his pistol.
t There was a hurried consultation
among the mob, a wait of a few min
utes and a rope was produced with
which the watchman's hands were
The keys were found in the jail of
fice, and the men filed swiftly into tho
jail and in a minute were in the cell
room of the negro department
Now began a search. There wero
twenty-seven negroes there, all under
arrest for complicity in Saturday
night's affair and it was no easy task
, for the men to distinguish the wanted
negroes from the other blacks in tho
dark of the night. On they went from
cell to cell, the thoroughly, alarmed in
mates coming to the cell doors and un
wittingly aiding them in the search.
Finally the men wanted were found.
They were Calvin McDonald, William
Stuart and Theodore Moss The mob
took them to the outskirts of the city
and shot them to death. The mob
Their crime was the ambushing and
shooting down Saturday night last of
four deputy sheriffs in a bad negro lo
cality known as "The Curve,"' while
the officers were fulfilling their duty
by looking for a negro for whose ar
rest they had a warrant None of the
officers were killed.
Washington, March 10. The presi
dent has sent to the senate the nomi
nation of Judson C Clements, of Geor
gia, to be an inter-state commerce com
missioner, vice Walter L. Bragg, de
ceased, and William Lindsay, declined.
I- I- Tolk and the Third Partv.
Raleigit, N. C March 10. Most of
the political talk here is of the third
party; and this is brought about by L.
L. Polk's visit He says he has severed
his connection with the old political
parties and is now with the third party.
He declares that the new ptrty will
sweep the west and have a large fol
lowing throughout the south. This is
the first positive statement here as to
his affiliation with the third party. He
says that it is not the purpose of that
party to put state tickets in the field,
but that in all states there will be a
full electoral ticket.
Standing lamps are very pretty, but
they are not very new, and there are
times when they are not very conven
ient They are apt to be tipped over
and they are often in the way. A
hanging lamp is free from these objec
tions. It cannot be upset and does not
occupy floor space. And in these days
of flat and limited apartments, it is an
important thing to be able to econo
mize space. A pretty hanging lamp
represents a monkey sliding down a
chain. His feet are supported by a
beautiful gold ball which hangs upon
the end of the chain. One hand is
stretched far above his head. In the
other outstretched hand he grasps a
lamp, which is held wherever one
chooses to have it
Thesa lamps have fancy shades very
often in the form of a flower or vege
table, and they are ever so pretty, both
for use and for ornament N. Y. Re
corder. Evidence ts the Contrary.
Photographer But why do you wish
to be taken with your watch in one
hand and your pocket-book in tho
Mr. Bascom I'm a-goin to send this
picter to my wife, young man; when I
left homo she said she'd bet I'd be
buncoed out o' everythin I had before
I'd be'n in the city two hours. Puck.
The Gall to the Honey.
"Life isn't such a pleasant thing af
ter all," said chappie.
"Why not?" asked Cholly.
"Well, it's pretty hard, dontcher
know, to have to sit in a club window
all day to show to the world that you
haven't to do anything to make a liv
ing. N. Y. Press.
A Hopeless Case.
Doctor Madam, your son does not
take exercise enough. He must, if pos
sible, lead a less sedentary life. What
is his occupation?
Tho Invalid's Mother He's a mes
senger boy. Brooklyn Life.
A. Candle of Wires.
Nervous peoplo are often likened to n bun
dle of wires so sensitive aro they to the
least outsido vibration. Tho brain and
tomadi are connected with a great sympa
thetic chord or nerve, and trouble in tho
stomach is reflected by the organs of
thought Invlgoration is the proper means
of overcoming nervousness. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is tho finest tonic in exist
ence and a thorough remedy for constipa
tion, biliousness, malaria and other ail
ments. Fortcne has often turned on Its heel be
fore reaching a man, but in the case of the
race course bettor it generally turns on a
horse's heel. Philadelphia Times.
Mb. J. H. Estill, President Morning
News Co., Savannah, Ga., says: A member
of my family who has been a martyr to
neuralgic headaches for twentv years, has
found in Brad ycrotine an inf aillbla remedy.
A clam may not be able to deliver an ora
tion, but ho has his pood qualities he never
betrays the confidence of a friend. Bing
Beecham's Pills will core constipation,
keep the blood cool and the liver in good
working order, price 25 cents a box.
Paradoxical as it may appear, when a
man has got low down in the world he may
be said to be gono up. Blnghamton Leader.
"The A. B. C. Bohemian Bottled Beer"
mado by the American Brewing Co. of St
Louis, is delicious. It is sparkling.
Wanted to Know. The length of the
rule of three; how many days tho march of
intellect lasts; the width of a broad hint
Monet talks, and this Is probably why
we hear so much about loud checks. El
PEorLE who have to llvo alone never find
out who they are. Barn's Horn,
KANSAS CITY, March 11.
CATTLE Shipping steers. ...$ 3 50 g 4 !
Hutchers' steers 3 70
Native cows '- 00
HOGS Good to choice heavy... 3 50
"WHEAT No. 2 red 83
CORN No. 2 31
OATS No. 2 23
(3 4 00
S 4 70
FLOUR Patents, per sack..
Fancy 1 W & 1 85
ITAY Haled. 5 50 & G 25
BUTTER-Cholce creamery.... 21 23
CHEESE Full cream 9 JO
EGGS-Cholce. 11 HiJ
BACON Hams 9 & 11
Shoulders 7 & 7
Skies 9 10
LARD 7!;2 S'-a
POTATOES 50 CO
CATTLE Shipping steers 4 03 & 4 fo
Butchers' steers 3 00 4 ifl
HOGS Packinz 3 CO . 4 W
SHEEP Fair to choice 3 SO fe GO
FLOUR-Choice 3 50 Si
WHEAR No.2red PI G 91 !t
CORN No. 2 37 37i
OATS No.2 mid 31
RYE No. 2 85 0 83
BUTTER Creamery. 25 & 27
PORK 925 1125
CATTLE Shipping steers 4 50 J 75
HOGS Fackiu?anJ shipping... 3 75 4 90
SHEEP Fair to choice. 4 Ji G 00
FLOUR Winter wheat. 4 30 4 80
WHEAT No.2 red !Mi 912
CORN No.2 40i 40Jj
OATS No.2 2J. 29
RYE No. 2 81 8IJ4
HUTTER-Creamer,-. 2t5 23
PORK 10 975JQ.ll 025
CATTLE Common to prime. . 4 50 1 93
IIOGS-Gool to choice 3 90 5)
FLOUR-Good to choice 50 5 10
-WHEAT-No. 2 red 1 OiKiG 1 01 J
CORN No.2 495J 49Ji
OATS Western mixed 3" 37-,
BUTTE R-Crcamcrv 2 23
PORK 975 1050
Justice of the Peace, George Wil
kinson, of Lowville, Murray Co.,
Minn., makes a deposition concern
ing a severe cold. Listen to it. "In
the Spring of 1888, throngh ex
posure I contracted a very severe
cold that settled on my lungs. This
was accompanied by excessive night
sweats. One bottle of Boschee's
German S3TUP broke up the cold,
night sweats, and all and left me
in a good, healthy condition. I can
give German Syrup my mosteamest
Catarrh Cannot Be Cared
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a
blood or constitutional disease, and in order
to cure It yon must take internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and
acta directlv on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hails Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed by one or the
best physicians in this country for years,
and is a regular prescription. It is com
posed of tho best tonics known, combined
with tho best blood purifiers, acting direct
ly on the mucous surfaces. Tho perfect
combination of the two ingredients Is what
produces such wonderful results in curing
Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Chexet & Co.. Props., Toledo, O.
Bold by druggists, price 75 cents.
AMicniOAN druggist has been knocked
down and robbed by highwaymen. This
comes of the careless newspaper talk about
drug store prices. Louisville Courier Jour
nal Open for Bnalnesa.
The popular Louisvillo & St. Louis Air
Line, after having the misfortuna to sus
pend through trailic for 00 days on account
of the burning out and caving in ofa tun
nel, is again open for business. The Air
and Louisvillo, and tho only line running
solid vestibuled trains with parlor and din
ing cars daily between the two cities. Our
ponular agents are at their usual plactf,
readv to servo the public.
F.'A. WjLLAnn. I R. A. Campbell,
Dist. Passenger Ag't, Gon.Passenger Act,
103 X. Broadway, j Evansville, Ind.
St. Louis, Mo. I
A rirrsiCTAX has just discovered that a
dislocation of the neck is Dot fatal. Tb
will bring very little consolation to the inin
about to bo banged. St Joseph News.
The Thro at. "ilroirn' Bronchial TrodaP
act directly on the organs of tho vace.
They havo an extraordinary effect Ie all
diwrders of the throat.
"WnAT is your idea of haopinisB!"
"Notliingto do'and lots of time to'do X ia."
Pleasant, WholesomcSpeedy, for aughs
Is Hale's Honev of Horchound and Ttr.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in oneninute.
A man In a peck of trouble is in a meas
ure to bo pitied. Texas Sittings.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is tiken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet prcpiy on the Kidneys,
Liver and BoweS, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
sches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation, yrup of Figs ia the
only remedy if its kind ever pro
duced, pleaslnj to the taste and ac
ceptable to tie stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excelbnt qualities commend it
to all and have mado it the most
popular renedy known.
Syrup cf Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 b)ttles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes 1o try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
10USVIUE. KY. HEW YORK. N.t.
K9W in (Mer to lntrodnr nrr mnmSlA Y5M
TerYirhM. 1 offer mstralil
lPbr.Xettnce, L BOCta.
i Pkr. Tomato, f Special Price
Flower Seed. 1 '"Mi
9 Pin. Hted in no Cttalo in America
under SOc6,00OArrca need. Plaata ,
Sinesixast ana oceqiwiny ynuimirw.
. Cktalogand above 9 Pfcgs XZe.
JOHN A. 6ALZER,
OTIUXI ZBU TiXtZtmj law pasts
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE
FARGO SPECIAL SHOES.
If he does not keep them send to us for the
style and size you want. Illustrated Descrip
tive List furnished on application, also comic
pamphlet. C. H. FARGO & CO., Chicago.
mw s tx ibis r Area bmih writ
BOILING WATER OR MILK.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
Vhp. pure, bat. 1 ,000.000 extra.
BcaaUInl iimnraiea vjusjokbs iri-c.
K. II. 6UUMW1Y, Koctrara, lu.
raixz this txtib. ttarniite.
FAT. FOLKS REDUCED
,15 to 3 Iba,cer month brbannleM herbal
.'nil Tin t affaeta- StrtctlT confidential.
Rer.l Se. for rtrrnlsr and t-ntlraoclala, AddreeaCr-O-W-FBirrDrB.MriYlrlrnr'eTh'TeTTTPF'r.
ariuia rau miik m uhi mu.
A Morphine Haolt Cared la 1
nPlllHtoSOdar-. No par till cured.
Tfco Only Onf Crer Printed Can Ton Find
There is a finch display advertisement
In this paper, this week, which has no two
words alike ctcept one word. Tho same is
true of each lew one appearing each week,
from The IK- Barter Medicine Co. This
house placfi, a "Crescent" on everything
thevmakoind publish. Look for it, send
them the lsmo of the word and they will
return yo: book, beautiful lithographs or
Never .ontradict a painter in t theater.
He alwa.'s wants to mako a scent. N. O.
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ST. JACOBS OIL
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence-,
this 6th day of December, A. D. 1889.
-. NOTARIAL SEAL :
: LUCAS CO., O. :
and acts directly
upon the Blood and
E. 3. "WALTHALL It CO., Druggists, Horse
Cave, Ky., say; "HaU'a Catarrh Cure cures
every one that takes It."
CONDUCTOR E. D. LOOMIS. Detroit, Mich.,
says: "The effect of Hull's Catarrh Cure la
wonderful." "Write him about It.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines.
PRICE 75 CENTS A BOTTLE.
Testimonials sent free on application.
ATTENTION, WORKING! EN!
pa VTStl I 111 A M"T" to BETTER YOUR CONDITION? IP SO, GATHEIt
JJ YUU WMIM I UP YOUR FAMILY AND OUTFIT AND COM TO
Where you can find abundance of work at good rates, tho best climate ia tho United States fo
the worker, (No SlalarlA). rood schools, good churches and better than all, the chance of rV
tins a A GOOD HOIJSK AND IiOT in the heart or tho city, on such EASY TERMS as yo
can READILY MEET, and which wiU in a few years be very valuable. THE LAND AND
RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. (the proprietors of tho Townsite) will sell you such a
house and lot as you may need and permit you to pay for it in from 120 to 1 50 monthly install
mentsand each installment no larger than a rental of such a property would be. Tho ofllcial
report of tho City Statistician shows upwards of 3.800 hands employed in tho various industrial
and shipping concerns, and a largo number of additional concerns will be located this season-
many of them employing a large number of female hands.
You Will FINB this the BEST TOWN in America to GROW UP WITH I
crvun tins pares m rnrts
UTH AND BROADWAY.
ww .. m Mvmimtr W
bj pitlttu. la
Dtsctseicrthe Kje and Kar treated In a KirnUSo nanaer. Boobs to
All tha most difficult Surgical Operations perf armasl with Skill :
rutr neai for tho voommadatlsn of patlenu. PbTrlclans and ualatal nonet. Ia attendance daj and alcbt. Couoltat!a ftia.
For fortber InformtUon eall en or addreea np f u COP Drnslrlnnt
CTSpeelal atttnUe. raid to the car. and " " ' " r22ni
ISirort of children left In oar ebarce. j llth & B TO ad Way, KANSAS 0TY, MO.
i. i. at.
riuxx this r mi j
wHh nor taaaaaa Well
LOOMIS A NY MAM,
I VV IHaH Agent's Business tiercandsecttr
good situations, writ J. D. BROWN, Scjdalhk Tlta
Haas vaa writs
m HnT RF nrrrtven
with KutM, Enamels, and Paints walca
inr nanus, injure ins iron, ana ourn on.
Tlie Rising Sun Stove Polish Is Urtllla.lt, Odor,
less. Durable, and the consumer pays lor notla
or glass package wltn every purchase
City of Toledo,
Lucas Co., JS. S.
State of Ohio, )
GLEASON, NOTARY PUBLIC.
REV. H. P. CARSON, Scotland, Dale, aara
" Two bottles of Hall's Catarrh Cure couplet
ly cured my little girl."
J. C. SIMPSON, Marquess, "W. Va., nm
"Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me or a very
case of catarrh."
THE ONLY GENUINE HALL'S CATARRH CURE IS
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
THE KANSAS CITY
MEDICAL SURGICAL SANITARIUM
qt tht gitctntnt of all h:Q-ic and $u?gicd glstasts.
Tht object of tbti 8&nlurlDm ! to ftrnlih actentlfla nwdleal and rarcJcft tmtant
board, rooms, and attendance ta th afflicted wltb ebroolo. surgical, y. car, aaA
nrrron dleaw, and is op plied with ail tb latest IotcbUoo in eUctrtc tc3tna
df formltj appliances. lostrttrtenu, apparatus, medlclae. etc. Wo trsat Dl70KJt
I TIES, manufacturing Braces and appliance for each liwlltldsal cat. Trass aas
Elastic stockinet madt to order. Vacuum treatment for Paraljsl aod nndsrtlvyafl
parts of lbs bod j. Artlfldal Ejoa. Catarrh and all diseases or tb Tkraat treats
br Compressed Jtlr, Sprijs, Medicated Vapors, eta., applied hj cteacs X tha latsafr
InTentions In appaxatas for that pnrpose. Comfortable and qciet Imsm fas.
wenea daring conSneaent. Special attention paid to Diseases of Worn, aeV
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
DlwaM ef Wenta ml ftca.
Kfectrtcttr ia an It lb fa.
muttp, iBhtlatloa. unrelnf, tta.. ara pntfdtd a auj W rtqalnc
addition to neb other mtdlcil tmtawot u bet K dtud adtiuMat
men frt, upon Special or .Nroo Dlmaw.StrlctBro anlVarietottta
Over Thirty Years
always had tctt pleasant dcalinj-i toffether. Uta
and myself, and I apua have the pleasura or
presenting to tnera my Rinnan vettnrxe astt
Flower Seed Catalogue. It contain .the tnsal
immense Tinrty of seed, with such sew kinds added
u iuoc TAiictics iiiyavu. uu uij tutu ki jra.
and tntiar others. 1 am able to warrant their f res
and onritv. under such reasonable conditionsas are con
in mv Catalome. Hariri r been their orirrnal intmw-
" dncer. I am headquarters for choice Cory Corn. MiUer Melea.
EeliDie Beet. Hohhard Sonaah. Deen Head. All Seaaona aaef V
Wirrra C!arihare F.tc. Ftr. rtjlruni I'KCE toalL
a vsokt mos, atarMckMa.
PIso'b Remedy for Catarrh la the
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
Sold by drarKists or sent by mail. I
1 50c E. T. Haieltlaa, Warren. Pa, I
A. N. K.-D.
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