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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Pitch O'Eecfk murdered Peter Kinny, in
South Boston, Mass., Wednesday night.
They were brothers-in-law, and partners in
the liquor bnsiness. O'Keefe was arrested.
Gov. Hoffman, of New York, has signed
the Jury bill which allows newspaper-read-5ng'p
;ople to sit on a jury.
Ribxo's Theatre, New York, was burned
on Monday, with a loss of $400,000 on it and
surrounding buildings. While the fire was
in progress an explosion of gas occurred in
the theatre, severely injuring Captain Cler
ichy, of the Fourteenth Police Precinct, and
nearly suffocating four firemen.
William Wxbb, alias Buck, confined in
the Eastoa (Pa.) penitentiary, Tuesday
morning killed his room-mate, Michael
Trimbur, by striking him on the head with
an iron plate.
Tm Democratic; National Executive Com
mittee met in New York, Wednesday after
noon, at the residence of August Belmont.
Eight States were represented t California,
Connecticut, norma, ueorgia, riouisiana
North Carolina. Oreeon. and Wisconsin
Baltimore was selected as the Dlace. and the
9th' of July as the time, for holding the
National Demooratio Convention...... Judge
Pierrepont declines to undertake the defense
ocBtokes in place of Graham ..James
Smith shot Elisa Brown fatally in a Green
street (New York) bagnio Wednesday, and
Tb warehouse of Samuel L. Tompkins
No. 73 West street, New York, filled with
cotton, was destroyed by fire on Thursday,
About 350 bales of cotton were burned. Loss
on building- and contents $122.000...... Wm
Taegart, of Paterson. N. J., committed sui
cide Wednesday, by leaping into the Pas
saic laiis. ue is supposed to nave been in
sane...... Fires in Ocean county. New Jersey,
last week, burned over 25.000 acres of tim
ber. The loss is estimated in Eez Hsrbor
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wwmuip at .uu,uuw. oeverai larm-nouses,
barns, and sawmills were destroyed
Thursday moraine at Verona. Pa., on the
Allegheny Valley railroad, eleven cars
loaded with oil took fire and were entirely
destroyed While the buildings on the
coraer of Wall and Broad streets, New
York, were in course of demolition Thnn.
day evening, work being done by night to
uotou m, b portion oi me wail gave way,
burying Thomas Johnson, Martin Cox, and
Daniel Iieary in the ruins. All were badly
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iiijurra. aiounson win prooaoiy ale.
A dispatch from Omaha, dated May 3
says : ' A party of Indians, supposed to be
Cheyennes, attacked m mail escort from this
post, at Labonti creek, twenty miles west of
xmrauiie, on rr canesaay, murg tne
Sergeant in command. The party returned
to Fort Laramie with the body." During
the prevalence of a heavy wind-storm at
Delphoa, O, Friday afternoon, fire broke out
in the drug store of Schenck A Lang. About
mty Duitaings were entirely destroyed; es
timated loss $250,000.. H. C. Beid A Co.'s
mtchine works and foundry, and John
Clement's dwelling house, were destroyed
by fire at Warren, O., Friday morning.
Loss npward of $50.000 About noon
Friday, fire broke oat in the basement of
C'napin Hail House, Hudson, Wis., burning
between ten and fifteen buildings. The to
tal losses will foot up about $125,000
An old man named Connolly was burned, to
A mm at Cleveland, O., Saturday even'
ing, destroyed a large portion of the Stand
ard Oil Company's works. About 40,000
barrels of distilled and refined oils were
Dumea......-xne .meridian street .National
Bank at Indianapolis, Ind., was mysteri
ously robbed on Saturday, during bank
- TavvVHM., iviu April
the time the convention news began to be
"ujamiiteo, to me mgnt 01 Jday s, the to
tal special and regular reports transmitted
irira Cincinnati oy tne western union
Telegraph were 671,541 words A man
named Cieorge Wright was shot by Lizzie
Gardner in a house of ill-fame in Detroit,
jnion., oaturaay nignt.
A dispatch from Detroit, Mich., gives the
particulars of a disaster which befell the
jjeiana iron urnaoe, situated at Iceland, in
the Grand Traverse region, on May 1. It
seems that from some cause or other an ex-
nlfMIAn (nnlr nl.M vlil.k .. . 4 L
lire, and it was totally destroyed..... .The
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vo to uuiorau k tugui 9iuu,iruu. Dome
workmen in the furnace were seriously in-
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ing houses, a stone store and dwelling, a
wuu uiBu unraa una otner out-
Atvusca iom uurata at urrana xvapias, jkiicn.
Over a hundred persons were rendered
homeless. Five horses perished in the
flames. Tetal loss, $40,000.
Oar Tueadav. .bint i m;iM ... T? mm
Station, Mich., a man named P. Reynolds
murdered his wife and tried to kill his step
son. The boy was cut and bruised badly,
and is not expected to live. Reynolds after
ward committed suicide with a razor ...... Ar-
jxuua uiapatcnes say tne Apaones are swarm
ing about Preseott. B. White was murdered
in Williamson's Valley. The Indians at
tacked Aqua Frai Station, and killed G. W.
Smith and Joseph Akerman, both well
known citizens of - Prescott, and captured
all the stock. The bodies of the murdered
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station bas been abandoned. The body of
. viarie, irom Texas, was found
VHV mum ui mint vaiiey, snot in tne
head and breast. J. Gallagher was seriously
wounded by the Indians at Beaver Creek.
......The Marvin House and a large livery
-wwio uinuu, me., were Durned yester
day. Loss from $15,000 to $20,000.
Groses Tatbhak. a
was shot in the body bv Diaries Chmkor.
lain, a fellow of the same kin Iney, at about
. a o ciock on Wednesday afternoon, on Bute
street, Chicago Afire at Grand Rapids,
Mioh., Wednesday morning, destroyed
Squire's Opera House building and an ad
joining mill, with their contents. The total
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"" Ii -, of Salt Lake, TJttZh, was struck
Dy iigntning on Thursday evening while
standing in the door of his dwelling, and in
stantly killed On Thursday morning, a
vnnn m n .Iw.... 01 i t . r
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Jjeyden, an employe in the woolen mills at
V Ilk... TJ .1- i r.
"'u,uji ibi.i gut olb leit arm caugat
between a loose belt and a revolving sbaft,
and his arm was torn from the shoulder,
making a sickening spectacle. He will
probably not recover.
Oh Saturday last the body f a man was
found near Lagrange, Tenn., with his ihroat
cut from ear to ear. From papers found on
him it is supposed that his name was A. F.
Still, of Natick, Mass.
A special from Bicbmond, Va., dated
May 7, states that nothing has been heard
from Stephen Lowry or Andrew Strong
since the murder of Col. Wisaart, in
North Carolina. The same special brings
to life again Henry Berry Lowry, chief of
the "Swamp Angel" gang, who has been
reported dead for months.
Focb stores were destroyed in Selma, Ala.,
by fire, Wednesday morning. Loss, $75,000 j
Statistics for the suits pending in the
Court of Claims for restitution of the pro
ceeds of the sale of captured cotton, which
the Morrill amendment prevents the court
from adjudicating, show that the number of
bales fcr which claims are made is 92 571
worth $15,727,728.35. No new cases can be
filed, for.a statute of limitations went into
effect Aug. 20, 1888. The amount of pro
ceeds of sales of captured and abandoned
property in the Treasury is $20,092,460.96
Representative . Poland on Monday intro
duced an amendment to the Constitution of
the United States providing that no Senator
or Representative shall, during the time for
which he was elect d, be chosen President
nor Vice President, nor shall any Judge of
any United States court be chosen President
or Vice President within two years of the
termination of his judicial office.
A committer of workingmen from New
York had an interview with Secretary Bout
well Wednesday. The - Secretary received
them kindly, and agreed with the commit
tee that there had clearly been an evasion
of the eigbt-hour law, and stated to the
Chairman of the oommittee that proper ac
tion would be taken in the premises. The
committee then waited on the President,
The President said he had instructed the
Attorney General to prepare an order for
the immediate enforcement of the eight-
hour law on all Government works.
A dispatch from Bayonne, May 3, con
firms the report that the Carlist leader,
Rods, with his command, has fled into
France, closely pursued by the Spanish
forces. The French troops on the Bpaniao
frontier disarm and return all Carlista who
escape into France. The Carlista in 'Bis
cay have burned the railway bridge at
Areta, near Bilboa The London Times
o Friday mornine. in discussing the atti
tude of Canada in regard to the Treaty of
Washington, censures the Home Govern
ment for its treatment oi the Dominion, and
hints that it might be beneficial to the
world if EDgland were to absolve Canada
from ner allegiance to tne motner country.
......Intelligence bas just reached Bombay,
India, that the city of Madras and vioinity
was visited by a terrifie'ev clone on Wednes
day last, which caused a serious loss of
life. A number or vessels at ancuor in tne
roadstead, whioh were unnble to put to sea,
owine to the sudden approach of the cyc
lone, were wrecked, and most of their
crews perished. The immense pier, leading
far out into tne water, was o rescued, and
the city and suburbs greatly damaged.
The eruption of Vesuvius has entirely
ceased. The inhabitants of the villages
which were threatened with destruction by
lava, have returned to their homes. A
hurricane of terrible violence has swept
over tne devastated country, greatly dam
aging villages and remaining crops.
A dispatch from San Sebastian, Spain,
Sundsy afternoon, says : " The division
under Morianea to-day completely defeated
the Carlists concentrated in Navarre, after
a conflict of nine hours. The troops carried
the village of Carasa at the point of the bay
onet." The whole Carlist center is captured,
A serious riot took p'ace in Kharkof, a
large market town in South Buasia, last
month, caused by the interference of the
people. The fire engines were brought out
to disperse tbe crowds by throwing water on
them. This so exasperated the populace
that they attacked the police and fire sta
tions, and gutted them. The Governor or
dered out the troops, who were stoned by
the mob, whereupon they fired, and many
citizens were killed and wounded. The
rioters then dispersed, and at last accounts
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tne city was quiet, out unaer martial law.
A spscial from Paris to the London
Standard, dated May 6, says that Don Car
los and 100 of his followers have been cap
tured The Liverpool dock laborers on
Monday joined the sailors in the strike,
which causes great inconvenience. The
strikers gather in large numbers, and make
neisy demonstrations. A detachment of
Metropolitan Police has been dispatched
from London to assist the authorities in
preserving order.. Two hundred and fifty
Communists who, since their trials, have
been confined in the fortifications on the
Isle of Aux, sailed Monday for New Cale
donia to serve oat their sentences.
If is admitted by Xa Union newspaper
that the main body of Carlists in Spain was
surprised and lost 700 men, and that Don
Carlos fled to the mountains, but denies
that he was pursued by the Government
troops The Germans are about to expend
seven minion pounds sterling upon tne for
tifications at Strasbourg ...... Advices received
in London, England, by telegraph from
Australia tate that heavv floods, whinh
caused a terrible loss of life, had occurred
in Melbourne. Four hundred person were
drowned, and the growing crops were great
OrnciAL dispatches received at Madrid,
Spain, from tbe North, state that the insur
gents have disappeared from Guipuzcoa,
and only a small band remains in the pro
vince or uaragossa. ut the Carlist forces in
Navarre, 429 have surrendered to the Gov
ernment troops, and the remainder have
dispersed..... .A telegram from Bombay
brings intelligence or most disastrous floods
in the southern part of British India. The
town or veuore, in tbe Presidency of
Madras, nas sunered ternoiy. JUanyoftbe
inhabitants were drowned, to the number,
it was stated, of a thousand. Fifteen thou
sand of the inhabitants of the town lost
everything they possessed, the water having
waanea away meir nouses, and left them
The insurrection in Navarre, Spain, is
now believed to be over. Thirty-five hun
dred insurgents m that province have sur
rendered to the Government forces.
Marshal Serrano shoots all insurrectionists
that he captures, who deserted from tbe
Spanish army to the cause of Don Carlos.
He spares the lives of all other prisoners,
xne strike wnicn originated among the
sailors at ooutnampton, .England, bas ex
tended to the seamen of London, and
threateia to seriously interfere with the
shipping business The accouchement of
ner iioyal uignness tbe Princess of Wales
is expected in tne latter part of J una or
early in iuiy.
Proceedings in Congress.
In the Senate on Mmday, May , the
Postofflce Appropriation bill came op aa unfinished
buainwa. tha peDdlog- queatlon being-on tha aaoend-
ment increasing tbe subsidy for mail service with
Br.ail to 1450.000. and nrovidioo- for wml-nAnthl,
aervioe. Ao ameodinont by Mr. Ferry, redncioa- the
amount to S3 0 OOO wti adonted. Mr WmHnm
atated that the a-rvice could not b per-formAtl for that
Bum, ana naa leave to witnaraw ail amendments
offered by the committee, thru leaving- tha item aa
it came from the Uouae. The amendment appropri
ating $6,449 000 for PoatoflSce deficiencies was acreed
to. Tha amendmentaboliahinar tha franking nrivilAm.
after the 1st of January waa tabled. The section pro-
niuiunfr persona wno nave neia omce in any execu
tive department of tha Government action aa attorney.
solicitor or. agent in pro cntlon of aay eira
againattne umtra Btatra waa airucK out The bill
having been onnaidered in Committee of tbe Wrole,
it waa reported to tbe Senate, and the Senate went into
In the Houm on Bloiiday. Hay a. manv blllaof no
general interest were introduced. th reading of
w ii ,i;ii tuu-uuir.1 mo uiitruiug nvar..A Dill Jtawl n
allowing the Maranal for South Carolina th- grosa
amount of fires and coeta legally taxable doring the
fonr saeotbs from last September ..The Senate bill
to fund certain liabilitlea of thecitv of Waahl
existina on tbe 1st of June. 1871. and to limit thn dAi,t
ana taxation oi tne uiatrict of uoiumbia, was passed.
In the Senate on Tuesday, May 7, Mr,
Chandler offered a resolution for the appointment of
a aelect committee of five to inquire whether any
ateamboatlines ahonld be rubsldised bytheGoveroment.
and 11 ao, wnicn nnee ana to wnat extent. Jlr. Kel
logg objected, and the resolution went over .The
foatomce ADDropriatiou Dili waa taxen nn. An
amendment waa adopted increaeing the aubaidy to xbe
Pacific Mail ateamnhip line to $i,ouii.oiio on the exist
ing contract. The niail eervice with Brazil waa in
creased to t4O0.O0n per annum tor aemi-montbly ser
In tbe House on Tuesday. Slav 7. the Committee nn
Election made a report on tbe Texaa contested
election caee of Giddinga aganst Clu-k, that the
sitting member is not entitled to his aeat, and that
Giddingx. the contestant, is...... The Committee on
Ways and Means reported bick tbe Senate bill allow,
ine a rebate of the tax on whiskv destroyed bv nra or
other casualty while in bonded warehouse, with an
amendment exceptingZcasea w here theirax has been ac
tually paid. Passed... -A number of military bills were
passed, among which were the Senate bill to establish
the pay of enlisted men of the army, and the Senate
bill to establish a avstem of denoaita to nrevent de
sertion and to elevate tbe condition of tbe rank and
file of tbe army Adjourned. -
In the Senate on Wednesday, May 8, the
Louisiana Election bill waa called up and discussed
until the expiration of the morning hour, when the
Postofflce App? opriation bill vu taken up and passed.
...-.The Amnesty bill was discussed until the hour of
adjournment, an agreement waa made that general
debate on the bill and amendmenta shall terminate at
3 o'clock Friday, and that the bill ehaM be aat out.
In the House on Wednesday. May S, tl.e Supple
mentary Appropriation bill, increasing tbe aggregate
number. 283 Representative-, aa fixed by tha Appor
tionment law of this session, to 29V. the additional
nine being given to New Hampshire, Vermont, New
York. Pennsylvania. Indiana. Tn i. i . n .
and Florida, to be elected by separate districts, ex
cept for the Forty-tbird Congress, when they may be
elected on a aeneral ticket, was passed without divis
ion The details of the Tariff and Finance bill
were debated to-day, and the duty raised on soft coal
from the rate of AOcenta named In tbe bill to 7A cents
per bushel. The existing dnty ia $1.26. The rest of
the day waa anent on salt-withont inv re-nlt Ad.
In tbe Senate on Thursdsy, May 9, there
was another conflict between the Civil Bights bill ard
th) Amnesty maaaare, which finally reeqlted, in tbf
latter being tacked on the former, and tbia ao con
stituting it as to prevent it receiving the required
two-thirds vote. The vote stood ayea 32, nejs 21......
Al?the House on Thursday. May 9. the Tariff and
Tax bill was discussed in Committee of the Whole.
A long debate, and a dozen votes on the salt duty,
failed to seenre free aalt. The Michigan and New
York salt interesta likewise failed to seenre an in
crease of duty, which waa finally left aa it is in the
bill, at eight centa per 100 pounds. The Committee
then rose, after having disposed of but 20 liDea of the
bill Tbe South Carolina contested election case
was takea up. and Mr. Wallace, the aitting member,
declared entitled to hia seat, and the contestant waa
allowed $2,154 for his expenses Aojnurned.
What I know About Gardening.
Mr. Editor: Since Horace Greeley
has won so much fame by his book
"What I Know about Farming," I
feel inclined to let the readers of your
excellent paper know " What I Know
A plant known to many and ad
mired by some, is
THE MORNING GLORY.
This modest little flower comes up
about eicht o'clock in the mornine in
summer and nine in winter. It unfolds
and is seen to advantage late in the
afternoon. The above was drawn and
engraved from a very fine specimen in
my own possession.
The next domestic plant is
THE TRUMPET FLOWER.
This troublesome little plant begins to
blow generally twice a year, about the
Christmas holidays and Fourth of July.
If you are not careful it will run all over
the bouse, causing a great deal of an
noyance to the inmates. It requires
are also a well known domestic flower,
though by daylight are apt to look a
little faded. I hey look best by lamrj
light, and are often seen growing by the
side of parlor walls during little parties
and balls. Ihey grow without much
An outf-door plant much in vogue
during tide rainy month ot April is
THE LADY SLIPPER,
which is often seen on the sidewalks,
particularly where the soil is fitted for
its production requiring chiefly a wet
clayey soil of an uneven surface. With
these conditions the plant thrives very
are a foreign plant first introduced into
our country by Caesar, and are healthy
growers. They make their appearance
in the South in early spring, and being
hardy they continue to bloom through
out tne season.. I hey are very fragrant
These, Mr. Editor, are 'some of our
most interesting domestic productions,
and I hope many of them are familiar
to your readers. Yours,
A Fixed Fact in Pharmacy. Consid
ering the multitude of diseases, it is
amazing that we live : In view of the
countless remedies lor them, it is won
derful that we die. Unfortunately,
however, all the diseases are realities ;
whereas most of the "remedies" are
humbugs. One exception to the latter
rule demands the recognition and ap
proval of the press. We refer to Dr.
Joseph Walker's Vinegar Bitters. Of
tbe Doctor himself, we know nothing :
but of hi medicine we can speak from
observation, for it seems to have found
its way into almost every household.
Probably it is more extensively used in
this country, as a family remedy, than
any other preparation, although it has
not yet been betore the world three
years. Wherever we go we hear of it,
and whenever we hear of it, the com
ments on its efficacy are enthusiastic.
We have questioned sutlerers Irom liver
complaint, remittent fever, fever and
ague, chronic headache, vertigo, irregu
larities of the bowels, indigestion, rheu
matism, neuralgia, gout, kidney diseases,
and anections of tbe lungs, as to its
effects, and the uniform answer has
been, "It is doing me good." Believing
that "what everybody says must be
true," we have no hesitation in admit
ting that Vinegar Bitters is the Great
Medical Success of the present century.
A cruel " sell" was recently perpe
trated in a Bangor, Me., meat market.
A thirsty tellow approacbe 1 one ot the
proprietors mysteriously, and begged for
drink. He was given a mug of clear,
amber-colored fluH, the very sight of
vhich made his mouth and eyes water.
He gulped down two large swallows be
fore he found that instead of XXX ale,
he was drinking old beef pickle, as s. U
as the Dead Sea, and about as palatable.
The number of immigrants arriving at
Port Huron, Mich., from Canada during
tne quarter ending with .March il, was
"The Best and Cheapest Hairdressing
in the World." Millions who have used
Burnett's Cocoa ine, and vho now make
it a constant appendage to the. Toilet,
confirm this expression.
If you desire rosy cheeks and a com
plexion fair and free from Pimples,
Blotches and Emotions, purify your
blood by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It has no equal for
this purpose. 65)6
A correspondent, writing from
Athens, curiously contrasts tbe mixtures to
be found tbere ot ancient and modern cmli
zations. Railroads spin their tcains amid
the temples of three thousand years ; steam
ers dash" their swells upon the Pireus, and
the scream of their whistles resounds from
Athos, Pentelicus and Cytheron to Olympus
and the heavens beyond their gods. Dr.
Ayer's world-renowned medicines, those
consummations of modern science, are posted
on the Acropolis, thn Parthenon, the Areo
pagus and the Tbesion, while the modest
cards oi Cherry Sectoral, Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla, Acue Cure and Pills lock from the
windows of tbe shops in the streets of Athens,
where they are sold. N, T. Sunday Qlobe.
As Advertising Agents, Messrs. Bow-
ell & Vo., Hew xork, stand in tbe front rank.
They are prompt, honorable and straight
forward, and well deserve the success tbey
have met with. They can always be found
at 41 Park Row, and are pleased to have
business men drop in upon them. In their
rooms can be found files of every newspaper
published in the United States. Republican,
Chapped Hands, face, rough skin.
pimj les, ring-worm, salt-rheum, and other
cutaneous anections, cured, and tha skin
made soft and smooth, by using the Juniper
Tar Soap, made by Caswbll, Hazard fc Co.,
New York. It is more convenient and easily
applied than ether remedies, avoiding th:
trouble ot tne greasy compounds now in
Fob onb of the best Honk Catalogues nublished.
send a three cent stamp to Altbep WABktM, No. 219
intrai Avenne, utncinnati, umo.
Ktip thb Hair Umblbhisbed. " I am like
an old hemlock withered .ttheton." said a vener
able Indian Chief, pointing- to his thin and bleaching
locks. Tbousanas of men aud women in civilised so
ciety, much younger than the old 8-gamore. are like
him. "withered at the top.'1 simply becanse they have
neglected to use the means of preserving and beauti
tyingtbn hair which science had placed at their dis
posal. If Lton'b KaTHAiaott be laitbf illy applied
once or-twice a day to the libera and the scalp, it la
jutae lmpoaslDie that tbe balrsncuiu uecay. wuner,
fall out or become harsh and luzxy, as that a meadow,
dnlv refreshed with ni0-lt1.lv Hews and sunlit rains.
should become arid and barren of green blades. Thia
matchless preparation not only keepa the hair alive
ana tne sain 01 the head in a neaitny ana ciean con
dition, but actually multiplies the filaments and im
parts to them a luster, flexibility and wavv beauty
unattainable by any other mode of treatment. It doea
not. use tne metallic and suipnurous nair ayes, ary
up tbe natural moisture of tbe scalp, bat supplies nu
triment to the roots of the hair and vigor to the libera.
HA VK YOU A COLD
HAVE TOD A COUGH ?
HAVE YOU BRONCHITIS?
HAVE YOU TUB ASTHMA?
HAVE YOU ANY LUNG DIFFICULTY OB
WEAKNESS IN YOUIt THROAT?
Bead the following and learn the value of
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY.
Dr. Llotd. of Ohio, surgeon in the army during the
war. from exposure contracted consumption. He
aaya : " I bave no hesitancy in ate.ting that it waa by
tbe use of your Lung Balaam that I am now alive and
Dr. Flbtchkb. of Missouri, aava : "I recommend
your Balsam in preference to any other medicine for
Coughs, and it irlvea satisfaction.
ALLEN'S LONG BALSAM is the remedy to cure
all Lung and Throat aimcuitiea. xt should be thor
oughly tested before using any other Balsam. It will
cure wnen ail otnera tan.
Directions accompany each battle.
AGAIN WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY.
Amos Woolbt, M. D.. of Eoakinsko county. In
diana, says: "For three yeara past I have used
Allen's Lung Balsam extensively In my practice, and
I am satisfied tbere la ne better medicine for lung dis
eases in use.
1U1U A. JAK&n. HE. JS., VI lHMI L'.IIlllJ , VIII1U, AA J . .
"Allen's Lung Balsam not only sella rapidly, but gives
perfect satisfaction in every case within my knowl
edge. Having confidence in it, and knowing that it
fiossesaee valuable medicinal properties, I freely use it
n my daily practice, and with untounded success. As
an expectoiant, it la most certainly aneaa 01 any
nren&ration I have ever vet known."
Nathaa-iel Haakis. H. D.. of Middlebury. Vt..
says: " I nave no doui't it will soon become a classical
remedial agent for the cure of all diseases of the
'xnroat. rsroncniai a noes ana Liangs. -Physicians
do not recommend a medicine whioh haa
do merits ; wnat tney aay anout
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
can be taken aa a fact. Let all afflicted test It at once.
a w It is harmless to the moat delicate child.
Meg" It contains no opium in any form.
Call for Allen's Lung Balsam. and shun the use
ot any otner unlearn ; nnpriuclplea men may deceive
you witn wortnieas preparations.
CAUTION. J. N. HARRIS & CO., Sole Proprietors,
Sold by all Druggists and Medicine Deniers.
The advertiser, having been permanently cured of
in t i,rea aiseese uonsun.ptinn, Dy a simple remedy.
is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the
means 01 cure, to arpwbo desire it, be will send a
cony of the preaerlotion ut-ed (free of chargel. with
the directions lor preparing and using the same,
which they will find a subb Curb roa Consumption.
Asthma. Bbonchitis. and all Throat or Lung diffi
culties. Parties wtahing the prescription will pleaae address
Rev, EDWARD A. WILSON.
202 at., near Lee at.. Williamaburgb. N. Y.
Through the length and breadth of the land the
celebrated SILVER TIPPED Boots and Shoes
are sold by the million, for parents know they last
twioe as long as without iips. iry tnem.
Ah easy Boot or Shoe is a joy forever. All who
wear those made with the C1BI1E SCREW
WIRE know it Light, tight, will not rip try
Beeves Prime ....... .......... . ..
Common---. ........... .
Hogs Dressed- ............. .
Flour Extra Western-.
Wheat No. 2 Soring
... 13 a 13J
... 10Xa 10
o at o4
.... 235i ...
.... 8 40 9 25
.... 162 al 6514
Corn Mixed Western
.... I L. D
. 90 a 91
.13 87all 00
Pork Mes. .......
..$575 a 600
.. 5 40 a 5 60
.. 6 00 a 5 25
.. 3 40 a 4 60
.. 2 75 a 3 25
.. 4 90 a 4 20
.. 26 a 28
12 a 13
..10 50 all 00
.. 700 a 800
1 42 a 1 43
- 1 31 a 1 321,
.. 43a 43&
78 a 80
.. 55 o 57
..12 55 12 TO
Stock Cattle Common
Hogs Live ..................
Butter Choice ...........
Flour White Winter Extra
SDt-ing ft I t.ra
Wheat Spring. No. 1-
Soring.No. 2.. ..........
Corn. No. 2 ..
Oats, No. 2
Kye. JN o. 2 ..
Barley. No. 2 . .
Pork Mess -
..88 00 a 8 50
1 45 a ...
Wheat Cio. boring:..... ..........
Com Mixed, on track ....
.. 67 a
.12 50 a
Oats No. 2, on track
Rye........ .................. .....................
Pork Mens-... ...
Cattle Prime ......... -
. 6 00 6 25
. 4 00 625
.88 50 a if 75
.ISO a 200
. 48S 49
. 42 a
. 92 a
. 65 a
Pork Mess .
.to E0 a 7 25
. 1 46 a .
. 1 39 a ...
FlourSlirina Extra.. ................
Wheat Spring. No. 1
Corn No. 2 ...
Oats No. 2
. 65 0
Kye wo. 1
Barley No. 2
Wheat No. 1 Red Winter
f 1 84 a 1 81
. 1 74 0 1 75
. 57 a -.
45 a ...
. 19'Aa 20
. 4 60 a 465
No. 2 Red Winter
SI 93J4 il 91
Wheat White Michigan
Corn uigh Mixed .........
. J yo a
. 40 a
Oats No f
Funny Incident of the California
A California correspondent says :
One of the most amusing and dramatic
tableaux was enacted at one of our prin
cipal hotels. Scene the hotel elevator.
Characters a young lady and gentle
man, both in a cotstume approaching
that eo popular in tbe garden of Eden.
Both parties had been awakened by the
shock, and being old settlers, immedi
ately divined the cause. They had both
sprang from bed, and both, by a strange
fatality, had taken refuge in the eleva
tor. As soon as the excitement conse
quent upon such an unlooked-for event
had cooled down, our inhabitants of the
elevator bean to realize their awkward
situation. Each "Bat looking at the
other, fearful of speech, and still more
fearful of discovery by a group of young
fellows who had gathered in the hall
way near the door of the elevator, and
were engaged in a humorous discussion
of the incidents of lhe " shake." March
nights are not over sultry in California,
and their sharpness becomes doubly ap
parent when one is en dishabilU in an in
hospitable hotel elevator. While the
young men joked, the pair in the ele
vator chattered and mentally deplored
their fates. All things have an end, and
so did the misery of our innocents. The
group in the hall dispersed, and when
all became quiet out rufched our youth,
and, following him, our maid. Both
started for their separate rooms, and
both met " Boots," who was on his
morning round. They passed on, and
in the morning he circulated the report
so extensively that the young lady's pa
was forced to accede to her request to go
to the epringj for tbe season.
Real Admiral Ryder, of the British
navy, bas recommended the eubstitu
tion of mattresses stuffed with granu
lated cork for those now in use, not
only on account of their great buoy
ancy, but owing to their economy in
first cost. The suggestion is a good one
and might be adopted in our own
marine. A mattress of this kind, with
eleven pounds of cork, will floit an iron
weight of sixty pounds. They are ufed
in the Russian navy, and nearly the
whole of a ship's company was recently
saved by their instrumentality alter a
collision. Nor do they cost half as
much as horse-hair mattresses.
The wife of Prince Pierre Napoleon
supports the family by keeping a mil
linery store in London. It is suggested
that Pierre might help her out by
driving a cab.
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Manufacturer of Mechnolca' Tools
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ft DEALERS-
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