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THl'KMAY. MAY i, ml.
The lYr-Mtnl nil.) Mr. Mn.-lrmd
(iid Mount Verm mi f,.i itic lii-l tum
on M.iy .
TllKRK nil 'tin' hlltnlirtl Mint i-i-lit
Anit'rirnn nrtits rrir-rtitil in 1 lie
l';tit haloti tlii year, itnl Itti-tilj !
Iliriu nrr wdiimmi.
A Ylt SM i Ilill.'lU.lH l!lj1"M''i ly 11
rifjar tinu in l'ui. Km. N Yni..
hn won 111" itoihI jivi f"r in-tin-tnetit.d
ilrawim; nt the 1'ihit lmti
tuto. Ttir twvr inviinitr lit,IN w t h lti li
1h Fiviuli (iiivnniii'iil li:i- lntii v
pffiiiM'titiiifT wi'i-f iitt 'ii"H'!i
to pirrvi r ni lln in-ii f mi old ?t 1
OW'INU to till ioki ti ikr in IVnn- I
Ynnin yz inm piintui-l inn itt tlie Mi
Itonlnjr. Nl)fii;ui himI Alli'L'!i''ny
)v h; ln-i'11 irdtliful tliiitv-fulll' tliotl-
turn! Ion jMT work.
Tin; iA (iroui-iV A-Hiation
lately in ,inn in St. lvni-, ni m
inrnili'O tin' itpp'ihitmriit o( a commit'
too of live I iy the juvMilritl lo w at li nil
rtal ninl National lc-rUl:)! inn nii'l
f fmiulato. iiira-mrn for pK I ami
nil iiirn'iini that ti ml t- inj'ir
the proilm-tion or ni;ttiuf;iiituv ot
A oin(V!l"tMKNT in ulia lui in
voMipttl tin rmimr f thr plan Ui
khlnnp S-imlor Mirmian whilr on n
viit to that country, ami proiionnn1
litem inn. Tiif Iciinlitti w.rv leil l
lalnr:, tin ntol (! hiMtnl ntnlToM-
fM of thr C nlian outlaw s ami ! lie
3M-tonly faihil InraiiM- ..f thrdill
vnco in time. The rapt uiv w a- to li:
taken plaea while Sli-i ni.ui i,oii
"visit to the su-Mr planlation of 1i
IcI ro Laniliorto Krniainl. ..
Thf Thief of lie Hun-an of StatNtir
repnrt tho total value of exports fpni
the I'uiteil States nf the ntider men
lionet! nrtirles n follow: IWf n:n
pork ndiiet4 i nioiitlw eihhnl Api il
SO, 17. !41..Ui'.n.".(i: HMfl, f :!7,U1.7:1
Iairy product twelve momlm emlni
April Jim, JHH7. f.i.n.M.i'M: !;. !.
8;W.1M. Cattle, ten month- i-n.iW
April 3i. 1h7. f7,:M7,Ku7; Imni, t,.-
JJ9.!h7. Hol's ton month rn.l
April 31, 1h7. 41h.k77: 1hs. 4f.(,4ti.
Tim President lias ratih-d the cn
Ten tii n making llie L nihil St.it-- j
mvnilMr of the Intrrnationat I'uioii for
the Trntft tiou of industrial iiopti. "
Hy tiii aetlou of the I'nitrd stat
Aineriann eiiiretit htive the priviler.
rot hitherto en joyi!. of ulitaiiiin;r valid
atenU in nny of the eoiiiiti ies w hit h
lire lwmbera of the enviniou mu
time within the prri'l of seven month-nflerthey-
have ubtainc! thrir Ameri
can patent. The ronniririt of tln in
rlnitrial nniou nre Iteliinti. lira.il,
yraneO, Great Uritain, f iuatrnntla.
Ilollnnd. Norway, rortnyal Salvador.
8an Uoniiiio, Servia, Spain. Swrdrn.
Switzerland, Tunis aud the I'tiilwl
A railway is to he huilt aei-os. South
America, from the Atlanlie to the
ritio. Three years nro th Arontiiu
jovernnieiit conslrurted a Hue of road,
etjindard paujre, from HiienoA A) res to
the City of Minlooa, in the 'And-,
on tlio iMinndary of Chili, w ithin )"
nulvtf of Santiago, the i-npitnl of the
tlier nation, wliieh wat til ready eou
nccted with Viilparai-Mi, the greatest id
the J'acifie oi-t. It is intended to ex
tend llii road throijrU the Aiidrs, and
romplettf the pap- of 100 miles, tlius
exnnectin; ItuenoS Ayres with Val
paraiso, and f-min a line from eoat
to co ant. The eutire line rutu
through the Andes, s chain uf moun
tains ),XiO fot luph.
A PAKTT of workmen in making nn
rxeavalion near Cedar Springs, iHrth
of !allas, T'X., a fw day nro al wtf
cral feet Ik-low the aiirfare found a
modal with the following iucriptioii
upon It: Coiifrndia de Nuctra Sniora
lel Carmen de Valencia." Thii lain
interpret)'! nicatis: 'SH'iiy of ir
lAily of Carnwo of Valencia.' This Ik
a medal worn ly a society orani.ed
in the city of Valeucia, Hpain, in honor
Ait Count Carmen. From the poniiiou
in which the initial wat found it had
rvulently Ueu there ftr a pi-eat iimu
ber of years. It was jirohahly worn hy
sume of the early Spanish iuvad r-,
uid may have been in the precut
jilace iince tlie day of Cortex.
It it learned that the Vuiled State
leani4iip Alliauee, whith left ew
York KovendKT lant. with order to
$oin the South Atlantic hUfldroii at
Ttio Jnnciro, by way of the Mwlttrr
,raneitu and the Cape of Good IIon;, Ib
amder orders to hrixu the t hooin-r
inmK Jane if found on the hij;h aeas
or demand her if tlie 1m; found in a
jieutral port. Thee onler have l'en
ucd IxieauKe the Government i in
fonnod that tlie Kimnii Jane after huv
JiifT leen titted out in the United Staten i
mu a wlmler wart taken by her mauler to
the i bland of Johanna, contrary to the
order of her owner, and wild to Ir.
A il son, a former naval ollirer. but now
It wealthy planter on wild inland. It i
rharjred that lr. Wilaon employed her
to caj iT snar and it U euppected hut
engaged her in the blare trade.
i'oii some time, it is aid, there have
Ijeon rumors of a ivvolutimmry con
spiracy w idespread auioji the aristoc
racy of Uuawia, having for it olijet
the removal of Czar Alexander J1L
cud the clowning in his -tead of the
elttct mm c Alexander II. by hi mor
puiatic wife, he PrinceM UolomaLi.
"r'ailinjf in that fhe ffforta would be
reutcid ou putting the yotin 1 1
gorouki in btirci-Mou to the Czar in
uad of the present Czarei iu h. tlie
laht naiufl rrim-e l-in both au in
Valid and an imU ile. Youn Dol
gorouki it a lad of up Inn! id ciiuiai-tiT
tind attainm ut-;. uho would at oiod
pve Uu-ia a LU-ial coiititutioual
. ovcrumriit. lit the ry of the jko
liiv th?le 1 littli V uo hiniii-h ou Ilia
paientne. 'J he loIj.'orouU fuiuily
one of tlto noWlr-t iu itii-sia, it iii-m.
jcr having been ;reat l'rtiuc befure
the ltuUiauolT- wciv hi-al'd of.
In Buneomb Comity, N'- "..
pally of huntei i iIim -oven d
ild doj-4. A woman nut the partv
ind told a htrane tory. that s
few day l'fore ihe had U en nit u k
In hr houfl br what thr thought mint
hewilddor- At the time ihr dHH
wcl clot, but the di -p-raU' aninial
til a. I e attempt atu-r ntUinpt to enter.
Oho next day atnr their npM-aiam e at
the houw tlie do;; were a;-atn k hi by
ilia woman, who wa outride. Sht
Hud to the hoiic for uhvlu r. 'J ut- hau
trs sjK.ut hour fit wtnii-hinjc for the
lott, bud linully found tlum in a n -
tiUl 1n in a wild and ru.'l inouu
tuiu. 'I 'ho huniciV dojr a4Uauerd and
tall thr c wciv killed 111 a frw uiinuU
ly the ferorioiu wild 1''- Calvin
J.,iic and Charles l!;;ikin c iimtM-U u
the ili u with WimUcr ntb u tiieu
hand ft. T h ferotiou Uf vutu vul
svnd 0e hunuiis Uw n iuv
ruU4 on the Jt. hvl day tl hunler
u t;Ut4 mid kiiUU Um; itiiuuuCar.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
GleitDcd by Telnffrwph and MatL
I'l i:0t, AKII I'lH.ITIt'AL
i.tti: i.ihi bn went t-te(TTHTH
rr Mimtinif nlHDnff thut the MoT-
mm.i vou l 'H'B ih tlfp ivffret the
.itifii of Mio M, n:t ofbi-oT. and la
tum to .-.v ttit a miiiriHn
rvnri. A to th l'uii'1 S'alct
I- IH1..K Wn i. I) !ur arrived at
M..nlnul on Win lllh anit drhvered hi
mKtv h uiiii'iKii l-nl l.an'KiownA in Ihfl
vninp. Krolmn were (xwwM ae-
nuncui the rviinn i ljora lau
doniif riatr in lmriml
'1 nr rronKni p,niinti Jnmo W HvatV,
nf t'tiiiin-.Mi.in. tri-a'irr ol thr X mteU
to K n tSTd t'ouriMl 19. Jordan, re-
pismi motion ml JoBrra t ity on tbe
'I'nr ..t.i)tf"it of Ju:il'e IVikwI of th
Nii.ri'n:r ('"'irt ti irr.iwo wurn imw kn
r-i:rn to Wnntmiyi.-n. Ho nr'rlod
t'.iiitf rr.lnt'l i I ut hi row.Joe id hi
tli nili iimv n nr ..i any iiioinotit. lie waa
i.fTi'i -.lit fruiu ur'po.v ud a cowphcatioa
i.r nuintwr of i!"mneiithcd Maow
.( ti Itulttnicro on liio 1 Mh le at
eriili'iiniut ut the Ontnd lovteeof
to vriiM. t;ri
Iti 1 proM'tut? ol
IJ ti. 'I h- i.H(l-'
J U A Wiinl mm
utaiue wa unveiled
f th- I'rfodftit and a dv
my ul Watiinffln on the
irt bnii7e. d-ifnjt'd by
ul the tfift ot the Army
uf t lit- full:
A M"M m r n t 1-' (inrrai John Kmvirk
ng ilcihnitr.t Mny 1'J on tlie poi where he
k'tliHi, Npi-uvlvnina fourt llcnje,
rlir.i 1 lK-uTiie wne mi bi
ti'.iiu.-v tiKin I ri ijii.l lo IotiiKn. hr hi:
.)ivn i advire Air. rrm ll p r needed to
A Ni w Y' 11. K p.unt ot tte Vhh iatl
thut Min. (iriirniMiiniit vxs suflfniift from
mill 'irniiiit a ipiil ii'-na.
Sill AlsTili l; He f.iim k. (.Jovrnnf of
tnl, iin n utruri--J to pn.n iaira lu
lu 1.1I. t'.ci'pi met Ur fxittion eoMitutmp the
iii-w I'ukt n -p-.tiiii a liniih pemn.
'Ilienrw Bf'r r'it.i,in oceMpie the west
ern part ol Z.il.ii;t"J. b.it d-fnot ivarh the
eon-t. In areu i twjuare Biile. The
eap:T;il i" Vrvh'-l.
l iiivAir wi iit rt",-,'; rri-viitly by the
tniniT Zejt .iud; fnna Honolulu rrn-JM
Ih-' HuWH; .iii vr ij.p KfiMiu 10a will pro-t-iii
nh'irtlv to Hatnou. th'tir to looea.
wiiti the intrntion. it i Mated, of annettiff
ttir Inner ai.d nottunsr a iremty of fed
via ion on.iiur to tli at eft cried mlh Hanxia.
Thk U)or of t org rvp y.ug to an invtta-
tin from the Ixinl f haailK-riain 10 imim
in the .nidil.-e feMivme. wy that id view
of th I'r-nit bill tne invitation is little
nhort of nn outraire on the sell reveet ttf
the Inh p-'pie
Sn 1 h 11 Abi Hii pi habceniled from
Trkt y for n nsp;rin(f to dettrone the Hul
lii He ivnti ;r a lmg tiias an utinoate
ml iM-r ol the Suilan.
Ji -ti t. Wuon. of the t'nited State Q'
prrme Court, died at Hashitigton ra the
Ht .tunx , N. H., warvvfct.ydrvatated
b a thil.
A 1:1 mi. 11 eirrulalt-l on Wall Ktnvt 00
th Ulh that ih' loilowme arranirement
hail Ih-. ii niaoV to take ilie lu;t.mon;
(ij.in Kt.n'lt un.Jrr tturrrtt option: The
Ivr Siai i'fr ii.irty to tklte S-..iMl.UirJ; Jav
UonUt. 'i I'uUuian and Adnfc V.
prett party. '. mi.vinj, aud other Mtrttes
Jttkk Immt and Alexander f aid well
vr II known farnit-r. of f at lt.'ttbunr. JKy.
rtvtn ly quarn lt-l at "it a friuv and parted.
tVi-oHirtiinir kul earn othvr on ufat.
lioth arned ll.iiiM:lvr itulwlHH they mtX
at once op'iipd fire o, eara otuer. Tripp
u luMiuit ly killtid. 1 a hi well Uvet autil
u,(irniD?. Il va b" lievcd that tbo sons
wo'itd eoiitinue the f'-nd.
Mrnist founiy. Tex., oftiriais want
sjHrial Mfttoi, uf the Lrz;.lature to grant
uiu to tlie fainistiiiie f unfit r.
Br a ruilvMv eiiiiou nur Melbourne
AuKt.rulia. rntit iy. fourteen pernons were
iijMou and itijuttxi.
Tni: to-rnian Unrhtlav has voted to refer
the Kpirit Tax bill lu a committee of twen-
Two bu lly tainted eiu hauls of Wpstem
b4f were seined al a New York freiirht de
pot nwutly bv tlie eity b-Mitb ofaeeps.
At t'Lamfuoi- the llth ibe lone, stuuliorn
fiirnt aira:ut T.J. ViL aerrviary of the
NaUouul 1 rotting A snociatKai. waa bfoupht
toaelns". ail atuJtti his rr-Mijrualittfi to
tlte presidrnt of tin aHKoeiatton.
At Ni-u il-.tt.toa, . H , Ore dt-t roved the
Nm it liouii.1'. t'lifl cl.urvb, two rhupvi. one
store aud nlmp and eveu dwflnns. xia,
a.(si.. 1 u u ranee. tlVtru.
The sieanir Itrnton. plyiua letweB
Hitii:aMrtt. renai.r and Uaiava. was
mu into at n. iituk'ht, Marrb 'Ji. by the
steatttur Fair, of I'euat.p. hhrtly after leav
ing Malae4-a. atid w.k w.tbm h.f an hour.
Of MiKraonsunoanJ only fifty were known
! have boen savtxL Must of tbe Lbsttrere
iia' u os
Hix.on, M , an ) X.ddN-boro and Bus
tard 1 hav, XlaM,.. report lartre forvst tires.
Mu'b tHMoi?( )a a'r-oy t-n dfto and
mueb if.-eairr loss is thr''.ei ua umber
Tub I n t si State revenue rutter hieb
ard llijfb Las been ordereJ t-ifiitka. Alaska.
w here site will lake the fn:id SLa(s Co a-
sul atFwrd. and convey hitn to Ounataska,
for the purpose of sitinif at suca.oo two
Hntiti tLeoners srizod in tn oearaie sea
tut vtuir fur ul .'.! seal nshiur.
The Krenrb lludft i'ooiumiee has re-
ie-U"d rrem:er UobM'a oer to reduce tba
ewtirriates i;um.iU' franrs.
The ditvitors of the Pennsylvania road
have TCtod lo uui s.mn.tnj of new sloe a
to pay for oon'.etnplatcd lu-proeemerits.
Tue niuninpal i-uneil of the irisb ?i
tiwuaj Learue. of fhiludelpbia. has deckled
to touyeoti the t uoard sttaamers.
Tub Aujertt!in supar rfluery at Bao
Fiwnciseo. iwently sent Iwv.iWU pounds of
suKai U uw l org over ths Ca&aUian rv
The am ooner Laura Matlisoa. which ar
rived at I nipiwjua. Ore., May Id, nnorts
seeinir the unpOitan Kidk. ob May
etirhtv-tiv miles west of Araffo. on tire and
abanauurd. uiha.j( was It no w a ot toe
At a meennff of the nj'ubrs of the Rail-
road foal Aasociatioa at Pittsburgh, Pa.
nn the ltb. remtiutious were adofited not
Ui 6 il v (.le--lsi.d Uaiddiemen, and author-
izintr the Diruibers to eut prices at any
tiuie.aiid to uijaersell auycontrat-ts aJ ready
made. J his uians a bitter war for 00 n-
traets to Luke porta.
It was stated on tbe Uth that Kir Ed
ward 1 hornun had received a new propot-
tiou ler the settlement ol the irpuiadebt.
It pi uv ides for three m,t CJjtit. tu FJi.lir
miu of drUU the auiuuut ot iKnds held by
the Stale whlt-R it is propose4 shall be can-
o-uil, the prt.jKiuoo was said to be
Tut entire busings part of Eurlville. la.
a town of Low lniiabitants, thirty -seven
miles west of Dubuque, was wipod out by
tiro I ho other bKhU Twenty business
tubuses, four dwoliuitfs, one church and sev
eral barn were deslxoYUd. Loss, tHJ),WJ
insuraiu e. .i-ikw.
AT WafaUiLKou on the the present
nftlrers uf tue soviet y of the Army of the
Cutuurriand wuro ru-ei(-U'-l for the eosu
ins year aft follows: Prr.iil;nt. p. H- Sher
iilan : Corn-spniidiric; tSt- retary, tirneral
lii-uiy i!. tiki; Trt-aaurer, (ieueral 4
Pliilrrtoti ; Kreordiny Kecrotary. General
John . stiv.c, and a VR-president from
ca h State r'prrruu-d in the soviet y.
A ioi.i.ieii wb:i h came near resnltin
a-iriouslv tor bolt! vrasois. otvurrel oil
VuiUiiN! or a' "fr ' -rk the tUerniffht
btwoen the hod ft tar atramer. BeifnLaad,
from Antwerp, and the tramp sleainer,
liart)'KKJi. tr.iai X .adlfsurouu. A Pu
4rutra niin:.)i the luiniiifrauts on tus
bf 'KrUlai.d, itut It'. i-VI IT'fC Wt.
A ix ttie i re ot lb' Ut-r.an Kiur. burned
aiiU at-un'l'iti'ii oil On von roast, bavs
nvi-d a) Port 'A-tt iiwud, W. T.
'J Ht main barn, t.ige'.nf r ifYta twentv-fiv
head ot pnr Jersey slot k ait several boifi
and shfipoi tlo atiianiel 1 haver estate
iu l,aDeater. M., uu burued the otiier
'1 uo other burnt were datiiuged.
The wtiaiin? bulk Kuropa, Captain Hall,
and iii-w of ih.rtj-twu wrrc wrecked
AiTillofl the coht of Japun. No partlo
uUrt Hfi K-vrn. The Kurpa was owned
by A !( Ov Swill, New bdfoid. Mass
aiid u.ft hai, rraui uho leMUibr U last
ijir Hijirrme f oun il of tb Cat hoi ie
Krinisnt AiitTira eonrtadrd it bieuuial
s,'Sioa at t Ir.i iiyu uu the 1 ib. John ti,
l oh iiian, of Ni -vO' Uuua, was elected su
piciao prrbidrnt: f. J- O K'luika. Fort
, Wayne, vuc p'rsident; J eh a JHarr. leba
nou. K.t ., uie.i.. . U J. O Hnru, t batia
li nv'ft. truttsurut . J. J. J)uffy, Jinn phi. J.
J alrKuety, tiivoatu, and J. A- tsvhwai'U,
A uiTtu (join J. Il (iarciu to a friend in
Tui-sou, Ar.. roi:ipUiti thai ho is he id )L
jail al ttahaiipa, t"i,utu, Mrxiro, bo
: :aus' liu iclusud to vole lor Lhu pitilett ro
'4 MhfcK was a slltfht stjork ol eaithtiuaka
at huiuiut-'itiiie. and a S'ifflil rum bun x at
t riaritrston, k f ' , ou thO ntvht of the Win.
Thv vibration was nut greater t bail would
fe uauaad b itfaUcU H auo passing tiubf
A rti 11. from Peon a, HI., of tb lata
ays: It Is belivd here thai th whtsky
tool will be reonranitetl at onea. DtsUt
lers fire swkI lo bars a biff act etna oa haatd.
A tfi vnta r university students eraataa
not ta Vienna the rthft aivht by hHMtn
Prrvf Manea for hmanti-Uermaa spevvh la
tho Keiehsta. Koar were arrested.
A vn io swept aver Ua Count?,
rb , ei the l.tth, atfiklnr the Urns f Hlua
Hpnr.ir. All teleffrapto wire wert down
and only sutwmr rrorts werw at hand.
hWeral hous wer lereled and a r hurra
unroofed. On diss al least was strurk by
llfhtnhiff and instantly killed.
A MwimTi flfht took plae th other
day antona? the silver miners la the moun-,
a 1 11s. about sixteea satlea front Hot
Hpnnf. Ark., Id whtrh a noted miner and
proprietor. J- A. Wilson, Was killed.
TnitaB bare beea five earthquake shocks
at NiVAlea, A. T., lately. The hear test was
at o ii on the tnorninff of the 13th, and
reused many r lor Irs In the town to stop-
Ax aecident oecurred reeently at Coal
valley, a frw aide Tram MeKeesport, Psv,
hhh resulted in the bornmff lo death ol
Mrs. fdi and her two little ehiUlren, and
the total destmetioa of the house. Hhe
wa ustnr piMroleuro oil to kindle a Are.
ITtfuJ Koan, of the Fonl A Kyan Ho
roreo Com pan t. and an extensive real es
tate owner, contrarlor and bnilder, of Wil-
minirton. IM , has failed. Liabilities, fluu,
WW; asseta. Sti,nX
A nirT a ftvmHt. I'etrrsburffsavs th'it
in reported that a nihilist student snade
an attempt upon the life ol the Governor of
Astrakhan, and Is said to have severely
wounded him by firing at him with a re
volver. HnraiM Fixitt, of Over's Station, Ark.,
was entanirlod in a saw mill belt recent ly
nd put in two by the larsre saw.
The New German Liberals are form ins;
an an ti -corn law learueaod propose to push
he matter Vigorously.
Thkee directors of the glassworks at ol
lerstall. Alsaee, have been expelled for
nllmff work two in the French military
favtno Haoenras ft Co., West India
merchants, of loodon, have failed with
abilities afitretratinff iTtHUO.
IIt tbeeapaiftnv of a boat reeentlr In the
bar at Milwaukee, Wis, Aumist Htrelow
aitd Ferdinand Kusrh, younff men, were
drowned. Hermaa Fiarher, the third 00
cuant of the boat, swam ashore.
I rTiiM officers seise d ua rases maraeo
nut oil" on the steamer Kto de Jaaeiro
wtiM'h arrived at Kan Kraneiaeo reeently
rem China, and upon be mo; opened they
were found to contain hermetically seaied
ans of opium.
Tnt steamer Empire Htate was reported
on nre at Bristol, K . I., on the morning ol
It is tkwitivelv and officially denied that
he rmthirrof the Wills County National
Bank of Joliet. M , has been found la the
least short in his account.
pursuance of an axreemeot among the
einplover. tea thousand men la the Chi-
raBTobulUling trados were locked outoa the
Ax Anrlo-Pansian bookmaker named
Wna-bt has offered SKUOiH) for the Rnglish
race horse Bend 10, besidea allowing the
present owner. Sir. Hart lay, to run the
borse in whatever races he likes, the two
to divide the wmninira euuallr.
Jiihx 0. r trrr and wife, both aired
sixty, were burned to death in their saw
hji.l at Moretown. Vt, the other niirhl
A rtta the Oueen and Prince and Princess
of Wales had taken toa at the Mansion
House. London, one day recently, two gold
tea-spoons were missed.
J. U. 1 iRKonoti.u waa found ffuilty at
Emporia, Kan., of the murder of the son of
Kev. P.ooert Iaird CuLier. After hia con-
vierion he attempted suicide by cutting his
Kev. FATHea Ixmxet. of A I ban v, W. Y.,
while beanug oonftissmns reeently, waa
shot at by a c raxed woman named Alice
raK- Tho tut missed.
The river Paro, runninff part It under
eround throuaro Orenada, hpaiu, reeently
burst tts banks and inundated the poorer
suburbs of the city.
1 iJtkaio house returns for week ended
May 14 showed an average increase of 151
com pored with the corresponding week of
last year, in ew York the increase was
Thr Americas ship Charles H. Marshall
which ciered London on December & for
Philadelphia or Kuw York, and passed the
Isle of WiR-ht on tlie 15th of the same month
has not been hoard of since and she baa
been given up for lost with her crew of
twenty three men.
Tde other nik'bt the boiler of the Kich-
aiood Va. ) Paper Manufacturing Com
pany's mill exploded with terrible force,
totally destroyina; the enirine house.
Chsrjts Mettert was killed. Portions of the
boner were blown l"J yards.
To neffroea were lynched at Willis.
Tex., recently for mortally wounding Uran
ville Powell, a white man who protected
some bwliea on the depot platform.
A ItTRHTIVB ttre broke out in the dis
tillery of W. N. Htowle, at Hammond,
Iud.. recently, destroring that and otner
buildings. Loss, lJm,UUV; iosuranoe about
At Toulon, France, the other dsr an ex
plosion of dynamite dost roved the front of
1 ha police headquarters and damaged a
number of adjacent houses. Aobody was
EiBcrcAX botirsea were steady and
business limited during the week ended
At Alexandria. a.. Policeman Arnold
was shut and iiUptlr killed early the
other morning by a burglar.
A. K. & w . F. Kiwx, wholeaale grocers of
Detroit, Mirb. have gone into liquidation.
Assets and liabilities unknown.
Tut jury in the oil conspiracy aae at
Buffalo. N. Y., pronounced Hiram B. Ever
est and Charles M. Everest, of the Vacuum
Oil Compauy of Rochester, giiiltv of con
spiracy as charged in the indictment. The
verdict was a surprise to the defendants.
Hbavt rains fell throughout the Kio
Grande valley on the 15th. The river rose
eitfht feet at Laredo, Tex. One of the
largest ferry boats on the river waa sunk
and the custom house waa washed away
The Berlin Pomt. re feme to the Czar's
elict suppressing the Oermaa language in
the schools, declares that this is the hard
est blow struck at (erman and European
civiiuation in the Baltic provinces. It in
volves the extirpation of tue bermaa ele
xaent in the Dorpat University and will in
tensify the bitterness of the anti-Russian
sentiment fell throughout oerman.
Mifts Lbtzcb and John Beyer went boat
ing at La Crosse, Wis., recently with two
(erman friends. The latter sought te
fnirbteu Misa Letike oy rocking the boat.
Tbo boat cajisuod and Miss Lelzke and
tieyer were drowned. The other two were
The steamer Fulda went ashore at Bay
Ktdire recently in swinging off from quar
antine. Her seventy cabin passengers
were taken off aud brought to new York.
Paor. Wiley, of the Agricultural Depart
m-nt( has issued his report of the adultera
tion of dairy products. He aays the chief
adulterant used, as far a commercial
purposes are coueerned. are "oleo 'at," fat
fmm ork, commonly known as "neutral
lard,'' and cotton seed oil.
Tub tial of Jacob Hbarp, the king
booaler tit JXew York, immeuced on the
The adjourried meeting of the transcon
tinental railway oSlt-uils, held at Chicago
on the liih, was barren of resulte. The
purpose was to continue the effort toward
Ui formation of a combination to prevent
The Car and Czarina started from Ht
Petersburg on the J"th for Novo Teberkask.
ibe capital of the I Kin Cossack country.
A 1 aTi a from Ht. Petersburg says
that the uovernor of Astrakhan reeeiitl,
hut by a nihilist student, has died from
The great stork firm of Hwan Bros , ol
f'heyeni.e Wv , failed on the Hitu. Liabil
ities. l,u).'Mi:aM fair.
liftH.t K. Hrrii, for two years past city
treasurer or tiismarr. j. t , is mifcaing.
Uts a:4Mjunls are said to be fu.UIl short.
The Atlorney-tirneral of Iowa hat
'jfll uilJy advised Htale oftii-ers that, when
?nlorciiig the Probihitory law, tbev hav
the riKlit of way aud are to pay no attention
to the ipterlereuoa of the federal author
hi a Kiaku Thosktov and Mr. Braith
waite. representing the English holders of
lirfTiuia bonds, have reived from
Loudon a cablegram instruciug them
lo rijtjct ths last prorMMitiou made
by the Lrislative Committee. They com-
munit;itd their instructioua to the Iegis
laiiva lommnui and askud them to reooa-
sidcr their proposition. 'J his the Virginia
represeututives ru fused to do, and negoUa
tk'UK were closed.
The hiiam-ial srx'retary of India has ad
viaod lhu British IJovernuiput of the dis
covery of an iwuKUMi amount ol traaaure.
jslimatod at uvur ,uiu,uiu, which had
boeu svA i-cted in the palace of Uwalior by
liie laio ssaiiarajan.
A niii'4fiu lioiu Jeffaraou City, Mo.
says: Tun case of the Htatv, ci reL Carey,
versus Joseph Audi iano is reversed, an
the dclcitdaul Is restored to all that he
lost by the judgment of the Circuit Court
and the suit disunaaod. Andrianowa de-
uiod bis office by Judge Hixjuoer. of Ht.
Joseph, on the grouud that lbs act of Con
gross allowing vituoustiipto uuuor tihildren
a sheas was KUoavUvt sail ot vrvsp
MISSOURI STATt HEWS
TBS f ir)sl store snet in wet si sesstoa on the
llth, eurausnt to eall of the Uovernor. la the
ftenate the esual metlne was obserred, snd 1
mat tKXtr aa Ofclsred duly orrsntsd, and ;
solineattoa ot the faet seat to the llunse. fmai I
srbleh latter body similar aotte was reeelTed,
The rales of the refrutar session sreea adopted
and the presiding officer annotated Messrs.
Hall. Slmrall and Jseobs a special committee I
rrport what eommlttees sad eommlttee ;
rlerks wenld be neerasary tor the work of the
seioa. The krernor"i mostair was recetTed,
read and aimeoptes or ered printed The
House was railed to enler by ftpesker Alexan
der, praver was offered by tliaplsta Hnoa.
The proelsmatloa of uevernor Marmsduke
ronvenlnfftbelleneral Assembly lo special ses
stoa waa read by the elerk. The roll was
railed, and all but sixteen members snftwered
te their names. The rustomary onrsnlisttoa
committees were appointed to notify the (
trnor of the onmatiation. ascertain tlie cleneal
Soree, neeessanr, ete. Adtoarned.
In the Aensie. o the Ivth. the first bill ot the
session as Introduced by HensUtr Mall. It
provides tor the prerenttng of diserlmlasttoa
between persons and places, and eontsins
provisions oa the long and short b sal; prevents
pooling, and fixes a res on able m si Imam
schedule ot rates, msklnir It a penalty for any
railroad enwtpany to vtolste any ot the provi
sions of the bill, punishable by a Bne of si.mxj
or enninment from doinff busme. The rsil
mad eommisstnneniare clvea full anthortty to
Invest! jrst all complaints, award asm ares, and
to reyulate freight in conformity with the
schedule of rates. The rates fted by the bill
are based npoa the Joint Western rates. It fol
lows the Inter State Commerce bill as nearly
can be. Hen at or Hmltb Introduced rtensie
bill Ko. t, to reeulaie the trsnaportatloa of
freights by railroad snd to prevent eitoriiot 1
and un)nt discriminations, and to hereafter
make the office of railroad coin in I an toner
appointive, to Increase and denne the
powers of surh officer, to tlx the rom
pe nasi too thereof, to provide a mode of adjust
ing differences between shippers and rsllrosds,
and to establish pen si ties for violation of the
bill." In the House the following bills'
were Introduced: By Mr. Knowles. of Holt: I
An art amending section ti, article 1 Re-
vised Statutes. The proposed chsnre provides 1
thst where a railroad com nan v ontside of the
Htste runs enrines snd rsrs over a road In this
fit ate, both are responatble for dsmnfres to .
property or persons. Mr. Newell, of laitc:
HeiliMunR passenger Tares on trunk line o
4c per mile, snd on nrancn roans to av per
ill. Mr. Mas well, of Craw ford! An act pro-1
vtdlnff for the eaishllahment of msiimuta
fretaht rates snd clsainattoa of freiiiht; also,
to prohibit dlscrlmtnstlon between shippers.
The btll contains a number of the features ot
the old eommlttee bill, but omits some of the
more objerttonal ones.
Iff the Senate. 00 the ISth. Mr. Johnson, ot
MsdlsoB. Introduced a bill to rctrulste rsil
mads. The btll is la many respects similar to
IVsate bill No. MO of the regular session la
the Honse. after a Ion debate, the Id com
litres were declared dead and a resolution
was adopted prondinff for the snpointment b
the Speaker ol committees oa enrolled Mils,
envmssed bills, accounts, appropriations anil
Internal Improvements. A resolution wss
adopted to Rive the Republicans pro rata rep
reaentattou oa the committee 00 Internal Im
provements. Both houses adjourned Ull V
The Bt Louis eVhwaben Uoteratuets-
tin gs at a recent meeting made arrange-
meuu for thou usual ocowaben rosuyaj
Ada Van Khan, a twelve-year-old girl of
Butler County, was shot to death by some
Jesse James, Jr.. has secured a position
as office boy In the real estate office of
Crittenden Bros., Kansas City.
The Grand Commandery, Knights Tem
plar of Missouri, met in BL Louis on the
Mrs. Tyler, wife ol Colonel John F. Ty
ler, of 8t, Joseph, died a few days sffo,
after an Illness of three days. Mrs. Ty
ler's maiden name waa Ellen J, Spratt,
Real estate In Independence oontlnues
to boom, and evidences are manifested
very day that Independence is to be, and
ts now becoming, the popular residence
suburb of Kansas City. This is evidenced
by the fsct that Kansas City men are buy
ing property lo the city.
Barney McCasb, a Ht, Louis painter,
thirty-eight years old, while at work on a
building, a lew days ago, leu irom ine
third story, and received Injuries about
the bead, face and body that may prove
James Ring, a boiler maker in the em
ploy of the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific
railroad nt BL Joseph, was taken to the
Insane asylum n lew days ago. Me has
shown symptoms of Insanity for some
time past, and recently broke into violent
paroiysms, requiring the united strength
of several men to hold him. The examin
ing physician attributea the cause of his
malady to drinking water la which sul
phur had been deposited In Urge quanti
Henry Harris, a workman on the Rants
Fe e 1 tension at Kansaa Citv, was fatally
crushed between two flat cars a few days
ago. tie waa from moukuaie, rn.
The HL Joseph City Council unanimously
passed the amended ordinance granting 1
franchise to damee liius ana wm. r.
Johnson, of Kansas City, to build a cable
line. Work oa the road will be begun in
Catherine Meinhardt, over seventy years
of age, attempted to commit suicide by
jumping into the river nt nt. Louts a few
days ago. Private Watchman Hogaa saw
her movement and rescued her.
A Mrs. Crawford waa fonnd dead In bed
at her home in St. Joseph a few days ago.
When found the corpse was in a shocking
condition, she having been sick about let
days with no one to care for her dqrini
T. A. Harris ft VTl'son, real estate areata
of Kansas City recently bought for an
Eastern syndicate forty acres of land east
of Kansas City of Mrs. Annie B. Dof-
femeyer for f 30.00(1, or 96.600 per acre.
This Is the largest sum ever paid for s
large acre-tract outside of toe city.
Probably another homicide has been
added to the criminal history of 8l Jo
seph. Charles Bluford. colored, struck t
boy, named Thomas Powers, en the bead
with a club, a few days ago, crushing the
skull and producing a fracture which the
physicians say must neoessaruy provt
The stables of Patterson Stewart,
horse-dealer, were burned a few nights
ago, entailing n Ions of IsOX), with 94.000
insurance. A number of valusbe horses
were burned, paring the progress of lbs
tarn the residence of Mr. Htewart, opposite
the stables, were entered by burglars,
who secured a gold watch and thirty dol
lars ta money.
rme weather for growing crops.
Mrs, Tbomaa Berry, the wifeof a freight
conductor on the Missouri, Kansss
Texas railway, residing at Bedalia, while
laboring under temporary aberration 01
mind, a few days ago, attempted suicide
by throwing herself in front of a moving
train, She was rescued just la the nick
Mrs. Bussn Bhafer, fifty years of age,
became engaged to a dispute with Busao
E- Bmlth. her blind daughter, at their
home in Bt Louis a few evenings since,
and was stabbed by toe latter with a ta
ble fork, receiving a dangerous wound in
the left lung. The daughter was locked
The Legislature met in special aeloc
on the Ulh.
Surveyors were at work on a branch
road from Carrollton to BL Joseph. The
road runs via Cameron and K tugs too. It
is learned that work on the road will be
begun aa soon as arrangements can be
perfected, which will be in a few days.
Zacb Taylor, n prominent and welUto-dc
farmer of Lafayette County, living about
seven miles southwest of A Ull villa, was
assisting two negroes la performing s
surgical operation on a oslf a few days
since at bis farm, when the animal sua
denly gave the hsnd in which Mr. Taj lot
held a sharp knife a kirk, driving the
knife forcibly into Mr, Taylor's breast.
producing almost instant death.
The strawberry crop has been retarded
by the late cold rsins.
A Pelleeasan natt Itaad by a Bare tar.
Ai.bassibi, Va, May le Policeman
Arnold was shot and almost lustantly
killed about one o'clock yesterday morn
tog by a would-be burglar. Karlier to
the eight the ofB os r heard the desperado
and a confederate piaumug a burglary.
With the assistance of twoother ottoer
and aeitisea, named Padgett, he attempt
ed to arrest the two men. One of them
drew a revolver and shot Arnold through
the heart, and thee escaped. Ihe otbe
flred at Padgett, inflicting a serious seal;
wound, out was then captured by
other policemea. The man who wounded
Padgett is JohaCurran, a notorious roug
of Wash mg too. He refuses to disclose
the nsme of his companion.
Annua! reuventlaw. ef the American Se
lelg ef MspImshsI fcaginaer.
Wssuixotox, May In. The annual eon'
vent Ion of the A merican Hocioty
Mechanics) Engineers will meet here oa
Tuesday May 81, and will remain in ses
si 00 several days. About three hundred
Aolcgstes are expected to be present.
Kaadar Lew Kaforced.
Krw Yoaa, Mar PI, -The Hundar law
waa again tnorougnly en I oread yesterday,
ana 11 was neal 10 impossible to get
drink of liquor. Tbere was aa exodus ef
thirsty people te Ho bo he a, Jerse City
saa ether vlaees, warg lw YO'V klM
The New and Teenllar Raatweas ttnllt fa
ta Pw Verb by a Western Man.
Witern enercv nn1 dwh wiw never
better ilemntistrAtett than In tlie eae of
a voting; 111 tn who came tit New York
about a month airo to wn k hi fortune, :
His capital wmiM htinlly have leort
stifrleieiit tit pay a two months hoanl
bill. He anwnil innumerable al
rrrtisementa, ami viitil a number of ,
business houses In hte of Mviirinjr em
ployment; but nil ffTorlA In this
ilirertton were in Tain. He wn aixnit
to despair, and tlunlly was trying to
Ctincnet hu way bv whn-h he tun Ml
secure transportation hi one, when he j
Chan ceil to visit n place where the wax !
Imaffn of some of the fiimout jteople of
the country nre on exhibition. There
be ww seized with nn hlea th.-.t h.i re
sulted In hi building up ft p.ivintf busi
ness, and which promises U-fm-e loiijf
to be lucrative. He noticed how In- ;
terctcd the people were they viewed ,
the hiiagesof trenerul Sherman, Odonel
Inffersoll ami other more tr fa
mous, when thith u:ht sttuek him:
If thew iMipl nii1 willing to pay
fifty cents to look at wax images' they
would iei1ainly pay th;tl or a Inrjref
amount w tin- oriciimls. Why,
almost every day 1 could show them
lifty melt wluwo 11 nun's ai-e a honehold
wonl liv Irtkinif them U the ioiT-nlor
of the leailinj; hotels."
lie aw one party of if "nth-men, evi-1
ilenllv from the ioitu(rv. very miK-h in
terested in (he 1 111. lire of a m.-iti who ran
Im seen almost anv h-uir of the 1 iv in
heHirriihr of the Fifth Avenue ll-te.
He made bold to ak tln ni if they would
likcto have n nuinlrof flsh :ind IiI'mm)
listinffnishcd men tointed out to them.
They were delijfhtsl with tlie idea, and !
immediately started off with him (o visit
the hotel corridors. The yoimj Wi-stvrn-er
hail tnivehtl iimsidembly. that he
knew a miinlterof prominent f:n-es. H,
wafl exlirmelv foilunaUt tins d;iv in
mee tins A uuniliorof distinguished men.
anil when he pot thnufh with his piiiit
wa lilHM'nlly rewnnled. This, in-pireti i
him with confidence in the practihilitt I
of hi scheme -and he resolved to make !
a business of it.
The next day he had curds printed j
stating the nature of his huinc-s, and ;
went at it iu a methodical manner. At
first he looki-d for his customers from
among the people who visit the plan
where the wax intake nre exhibit!
and nmoiifr the wcmil-elass hotels Hi
busineM now is fairly known nmonj
the hotel employes, and it is not infre
quent for customers to conn to him.
1 ara now making a goott m-ai more
than 1 could as a elerk, " said theyotin;
man, "and, licsidc. I think there is
gcxxl future for me in this business. 1
have not nwncd an office yet, but I ex
Mtt to iK-fiire long. It is certainly s
tery Interesting vocation, but it ha
to be worked in a systematic manner,
like all oilier businesses. You can only
find men a round the hotels in tiie morn
ing and evening, so that during the
middle of the day I spend tny timt
looking up custom. Tim morning.
though, is deviih-dly the uvt time tc
find notables. You can 1111 ally find
fifty to one hundred persons of National
reputation iu thv hour's walk through
the eorridoi-s, A good time to see the
atrical people gathered about cafes b
in the afteruiHin.
There are a lot of prominent men
ho know my business nnd are gener
ally a mu nil at certain hour a that I
may be able to point them out. There
i a distinguished Congressman at tlie
Hoffman House who passes
larly every morning and evening
for tuv customers. I find that near
ly all the public men likd to have peo
pie look at them. Not long ago there
was a prominent United States Senator
topping at line of the hotels and some
one made him nwiye of the faet that 1
as exhibiting him to several customers.
Shortly after the Senator entrapped me
In a couveivation and Ix-gan to pump
me aUmt what tny customers had said
aud thought almut him. Their remarki
had been complimentary, eo I told the
Senator what had been said. He was
delightesl aud gave me five dollars for
mr trouble. He also told me eotiiiden-
tially that whenever I had customer in
the hotel and he should not be around
I miifht send for him, aud he would, as
a matter of accommodation to mu, re
The theatrM-al in oiiIi n gavd it a
excellent advertiM iin ut of them
selves, aud many of them are very glad
to have inn introduce them to my cus
tomer. The fant that I have the ettfm
into nearly all the theater shows best
how tiiev appreciate my services. For
a business of only a month, I think
have done well, but it is yet In its i
fancy. 8Kn I expect I will have two
or three assistants. (f course as 1 pros-
per I expect opposition.1 S. Y. Cor.
President Gardner's Wholesome Advice te
a Hrother Who "Hut liUloa
"H Bruddcr CoiuciiU-nce Jaeksou am
back dar by de stove I should like to
speak a few words to hi in," said Brother
Gardner as the meeting ojiened.
Coincidence bad lust taken off otic
hoe and sock to agitate his chilblains,
but after a few hurried motions he came
to the front and the president continued;
'Brudder Coincidence, has any thing
bapjHmed to you lately?
Yes, inh I'm got religun."
'So I understan'. You've alinoas'
made up your mind to go fo'th and
preach, tley tell me?
Yes, sah. l ie jUt waitiu 'till I git
some money ahead.
'Brudder Coincidence, let 11m advise
wid you. People often make mi-tukcB
in sich things. Now, iu the fiM ilacc
try yer reUgiou au see if It stands dc
'Has yer change of heart resulted iu
yer pay in up any outlawed debt-p
"L)o vou do any less poitndin' an1
sw'ariu when d tloleuiulu o' yours giU
tailed in de mini?
Am you fir inly decided in your mind
dat if you find a wallet in de road you
will return it to tie owner?
"Kin you see your naybur grain hi!
front doah, nut up new curtains au sot
out an Iron hitcliiu' post widout feel in1
envious of bis luck?
'If you was gwiue lo trad-' mules wi
Compromise Tat lor, who libs Mougside
of you, an' am uih-sighied, would y
coiiceal de fai-kt ilat your (N-ast am
blind in one eye au has got twenty
seben different spavins.
lf you am paid a quarter too much
In niakiu change am you gwine to heej
il, an if vou get stuck wid a Imgu:
iiuarter am you gwine to work it oil on
'Uoau le in a hurry, Brudder Coin
cidence, to believe an1 announce to d
world dat you ha uot n liguu. It
de eu iest thing In de world to fooled
on. Wait an' test yerself. You may
'tail' etM-ry test an come out pure gold
or you may fail on ebery one. An1 in
case it turns out dat you has religun
de real religun iloau' Ik in a Mveut to
go out an' preach to your feller-nieii,
Deres' of us ain't in any mo' danger dan
we was bcfo, an' it will bu a micdiuu
whether you can't help de Laud mo1 by
it ay in' right al home an' takiu' car of
ver family while soiucbodv clo does de
Hriiddui jiucidence, tin 1 trust you
will tut u dese muui ks au ohservashuiut
o'x-i' In your mind an giv dciu duo 10
flexuu." Jktrvtt free rrcs.
-Dr. Johnson once. eiH'itLinif of
auanlsouie fellow, said; "If he had
two Ideas in bis hea4 Ucy wouhi fH
VUI W1U1 teVtt VbpBfl
Coal Asbss for Vines.
Twentv vears aim I planted vines In
my yard, where I had to do a good
deal of tilling In, and the material en
ilnved was principally coal ashes.
Wherever the aahee came In contact
with the vines we had Ihe largest cror
if the finest grapes I ever saw, the
root seemed to run riot In Ihe soil to
distance of ten to fifteen fis t, and wert
a mass of fine fiber. I he grapes wert
large bunches that crowded each
other for room, fine, plump, thin-skin
ned berries; while fruit on vines from
the same aged cuttings, from the snrm
parent vines, pi ant ml In the natural
soil, were laic hard and sour. My va
rieties were Concord, Catawba and
IveV Seedling. fhr. Vick't Magogim
-A writer in tho Vtmntry th ntlemnn
had two acres of pasture laud literally
covered with garlic. When it was
fully headed but before the seeds were
mature, ho mowed it with a sevlhe
close to the ground, allowing the heads
o Me where they fell. This was last
year; to-day not a single garlic plant
an le found In the paiHi mowed over.
while it Is plonty everywhere else ou
Kuding ot a lioy'a letter from
honrdiii" school: '! can't write any
more, for my feet are so cold I can't
hold a pen. Your nflcctlotmto son.
Tommy. .1vWnf ,V-r.
The troublo with n bibulous mon
ch is that he never reign but he
1THE NEW QUININE 1
KO BAD EFFECT
A Powerful Tonlo
dial Uie most delicate stuuucb will ta:ar.
Asm-oltlc for malaria, rheiiniailsin. uervuus
linxlntlioti. sjh! ml Kt-nu itisfa.sts.
rr chub KHsailie uas Deeti liMllia to lie almost
smh -ihe. Hiiieri(r to iiiliiiiie.
iK-Uvue Uuuital. &. .. "Lulversallvsuccess-
1 "Kvery patient
4t. FnuKis lluSIla, N Y.- treated Willi has-
I sine iiits ran uiv
Iti-V. Jnmes I- HUH. t IlSliiain AIDhliV 1'CIIIIell-
ti.u-y, writes tlMt Kukiue liav vun-d his Mile,
.titer twenty years aurtertiia: Iroin m:U;irta and
avrvwis l)H'pia, Wnie linn lor prt u-ularti.
i. 4iseHi n iiistiiMj, .-s. 1 .: "lis line is coil
ihlTtr l imtispeientiie. It acts perfwily."
1'rut. W. r . Ilukuinle, M. I., 54 Kast tli Ht.,
N. Y., (lute I'ptf. Sled. Cullcjre' writes: "Kas
nine l. stijNTtor to iuiniite tn its spectiie timer
iind nevrr pHMtnifs th lifciucal Injury tu tilt
ti arlnj; ttr oiisiitullon.
uoiisADiis uis'U thousand write tti.it haHklne
tuts cun-it tliem alti-rsll oilier tiuihrlat-s bud
tailt-d. Wr'te for xik of testimonials.
Kx-ktne riui ue Liken u Ilium l uuv inecul
ur stut by mail on m-etpt ol price.
aajvi.e. Lwi os vt arreo 01,, ri. 1.
mi l ur paid roii
&RBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS.
For full (rt!culr aud di nrtlmu lee Circu
lar in erery pound of Ajukcixm' Cuvru.
EICHMOSD, -: MI8S0UBI.
Are preiMured at any and alUtlmes UMwcomodata
iw peoit9 wiift
l:ip Saiils Horses, Els.,
Will mnvKV pasi'nK'rs to any point desired
nioiiii'iits I'ticM. ti ohms iMiarntja ur ans
wet-K or 111011111. on n-amnmnif u-rnis.
t'uslotiit-rs nmv relv n nniiiiidhess. Kood lum
ouu, saic uorsva ana niounraw cuarues.
THIS COOD OLD STAND-BY
steomptlaliM for wserbodr sssetly wbsl airlslmed
furlt. Otw of w muss for tbs grsst popularity of
Ui stiMtsns Luimsnl M loundlalts anlvaranl
avvllenbllllr. Bvarrbedy nsmls suuli a assdklna.
Ta l.nMberwaaaasasHlaaassof ssvldsat.
Tka llsMsewlla sssds Uforgiaarslfsmlly mm.
Tli t sMslerassdsUfor hUtssmasiul bU mmm.
Turn Mvihaalo assOs II altvat oa ais wwra
Tho rianssrasstUli-esa'tial along wliaoat It.
Tks Farsnsr assds U la bis aouss, ais stavus
anl bis aUwk yard.
Ths HtsaNtbMt asaa ar lb Hsatmaa nssda
It In llljrrsl auilr sfluslsiMl sailors.
Tht tUwfaaclsr nssda 11-11 li bU basi
friend and sslssi rtituaca,
Thv Miokirwr assds It-ti srlU sr him
tbniusads of dollsra aud a world of iroubla.
Tbo Mallroari asaa assds Hand wulussdltM
Ion um his lliu Is a round of aocklsau and duors
Tbo Uaekweadsaian nstdsll. TbsMlanota
lug tins It as aa snUdoia for (no dangora to Ills,
limb aim coiiuurt wblvb sorrouud lbs
Tba Rlercbaui asids It about baiMotoamooff
bis simtloros. Aoculwuis wUl bsppsa, and wbsa
ibosoooius lbs atustsng Unlmsal la wanwd Moaos.
HooaaBoitlolailio Vaotorr Ittlmaisdlsb)
ass la easo of aootdsat iotss psia and loss off wagta,
Hoop atotiio Alwarila lai tiabl rf
Bit FBffst WUIItt .
USED BY THE BEST PENMEN
ssd Is B-f-rUrMr sf HMtt, . .
LHlhrmltr. and DsraMlHOb
M Bamplst for trlsl, postpsld, w Csots
ff taken dnrlna the CIIANOK OP T TTTT sreat
nfTcriiiK snal Usnt-.r will be svohled, flVtkau lot
book " Mwmi to Wumih," BMiled fres.
BaAiiraui BsauuToa Co., Atlanta, Os.
HOW IS YOUR COLD?
The BAD COLD or to-titty msy
mini Hi vuli itiintji KOP RTUumf
iliH tr.l, oft-n tcrmlnateN !n (MH.
SUMPTION snd Iifc-ATH
. ...... Ur-i ,.. uMiftg a i,uin
i Balm, auucossfullj, tor vvcr itft
Protect your rhlldrpn liy
BCOTHINO DROPS. WoV ".I? Tm'v.-?
mi:mi:am iiu.iii.h,-,, RUCn BH CVIUL Ut'
trrhtra, 'la. Cholera Infantum, Summer , CVrsv
llio droailert teething period, and prtMlnr sleep
sii-t onirt, Xrviu wliiUiit atiV4 iavlKQiato-i aud
This Magazine portray, Ameri
can tbouiiht and life from oeeaa to
ocean, is Ulled with para alaa-claa,
literature, aud can be safely wel
comed la any family circle. 4 .
mic- aoc. n 3 a ttAI ir MsIU
(wii Cop, ml mmWt mall kpom tt
nin 0 2i tu.i au, mmtw: m.
PrtalM UK with .llk.r, .
ft. T. ETJSS i 60tf, ralU-hen,
ISO 3l 131 Pearl St., Jf. Y.
CHEAPEST EATING OH EARTH!
ASK YOUR QHOGER FQH THc M I
XxiiaiV O iaki no 0THH MMiu,
TKABK FISR CO.. IT. L0U1I, M0.
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
wj 6T. w
...... .'s J tmmm
Littman tlie Clothier,
THE QUESTION OP THE DAY!
What remfdjr mint I trek from tlie high prim Mkrd bj lome o-callfd
morckuul iu Ibis wction 1 Th, iur remetl u to cull t
D. F. COMER & CO.'S HEADQUARTERS,
ItUSSELL VILLE, SIO.
An, day during the ymx 1hh7. Out new atock la nil in and we will make the
lowest priwa ever ollored by any man or Ann. Thia ! the uihki tunltjr for the
people of Emtern ltuy to provide tliemaelvea witb
LOW PRICED MERCUANDISE.
Mote the pluce, aud trade.with us. Come, aee and get prict a.
3D- I?. COH1ER. cfi? OO.,
10-3in RUSSELL VILLE, M0.
Up with the Times I
Ilttvlng remodeled our mill to'l t Full Holler Sjntero. and now in' lucceee
lul.opcrutiuii. making a supurior urti 4m of Flour, we are pictured to
EXCHANGEIFLOUR AND MEAL
Forlwheat and corn t all liinea. Customers bi Inning 15 or more busliels of
Wheat can get Hour from their own grain. Thanking our old friends nml cus
tomers for past patronaire, we respectfully .hell a continuance of the same :
also all tlie new custoiuws possible. "Fair dealing aud courteous Utatmett'1
Is our motto. Highest market price paid for wheat and corn. ,.. .,
i Iff It
SCRUBS TAND HORNS MUST GO!
Buy tho Hornless, IlarJy, Loefy GALLOWAYS from
Importer and Breeder,
Corner of Camden Avenue and Main Street,
li F. I LER MV
Hardware ? Groceries,
Would jespectfully say that I keep a general stock in tho
above lines of goods. I will not enumerate, but ask those
wishing to buy to call and
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.
Thanking my many friends for past patronage, I ask a
continuance of tho same.
Salt $l.SO Per Barrel.
I ran n7
Painters, Paper Hangers
HOUSE PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
Havo your house painted and papered and get Ilidgel
Bros, to do tho work.
ST. LOOTS. MO-,
The Great Specialists.
. to laftM, IbulrpMlMntaaail othca(h
lltr eu woraKM by iirmi.mll( n mi
vt of HiavrmUofrSns. It Mmh- 4 unH II
" fOMltiaa tntm HaJI Attkas ss4 kUdraai
r'Ms s OosorrSfM Ba4 Bn-hHIta. PHauatT.
fMmtimry aut tani,, Ua.lrH tj, i,n,B, mfli.
k S"l" h mtMsU st ta,4 a'itk
t aaoriairai. (Zoanltallna Fa.
os S. U
Hjoij. l-l4rM. Oil
(rtSTERN MEDICAL A SURGICAL
I. L Mr. M tAt IHi.trt w., kiaui Dir.
0R D.!,S.K.5!'.8.? N STARK,
Pflss. MUrrta. f
1,1,- .. , ..,,.. .
Srsd hotMlM and ID'
ftncai ars iausqU
loiittM f'lf triojnl utili
aT a. . Ttils
Tvifv JcMF" J Slvlul sti
JJJ ( Mi)o x""Tmm
tx-S.? 1 ibA'v3 I""
l I SSlwlV "I'll Ij
il enifilsluu, l&ininijr .,f inJ
S5 J. TAIT,
l'rop'a Taltsville Mills
Mtarb Wire 4 l.'iandX l-'Je
MERREIL'S FEMALE TONIC
i". "irrJ.r tmr or COUlillaltal
Slhlrti attttlri sllwonssiklud.
1 ir IOMBN4 HlrrNiih la Ifio OUrrlnr nrvsnv,
sntTrarrrrli sUl OlavMscrost Stlut4ccauu(i muii
11 1 nf - 1 valsiolM olimnrfAf lift.
Ha mii durlnc prnssri Mill ft-ri.f ly rellv h
nl ni of mot hrrhnfid an dlntnr anitc 'tt., n iuhi i,
111 plrataal Sat (sale, S1M1 SWf bt lakrs MS all
tlin It a satfrtr.
full Isairarllsa nrlvosi fn mwrrrtVm Nnnlfnry
Allsr sihlrli still bs irnl free It at it .
Female Tonic is Recommended b; Doctors.
foryntir rial Tonlr . ilial I tiavr ln-,-n n-li; it In tn
art. A S I ' t
Ki.-ulali It lia-.
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m, I1KRLLL XiUVU t'O , PnV rrr.prloton,
HT. J-l IS, .SI .
A(k rm:r rrt.xflt r for fti SuniV-in L ,mi,
( Huilttri t U- inn il on 1 1 11 n n. 1. 11. t 11 : i- r
a;. - . 111 . r lcr l.i iuiikr u .ir ; r m t'l . 'I '1 . 1 , 1 lio
nrlk Insl ; li., 11. kh 1 mwi.it i..n. v. , .- ,
in. ir ..sn 1. it 1 l -riiy 1 , . 1. uii-iiii 1 lo
heuo .-MitJtiw 11 11 li-m buii lu tins Fitnran.
s ' 6tiut nunc?
o"r(..rrci ifl.-i.ry prmlur. a iart
of Mifs.f tliU f-finli. ((tan ,,(hr r
hllllh fr li.Mr.la miaj.pn si tmU lu ImriiLllKy.
1 uu nii.-s of tn siKiva ihocs lor salt by
J. C. lJUOWN MEIP.
l if Now lr- , J-Mt n .f.
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f lk ( uatura ut Tl t L (Win f.
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