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Till IMAY. lK('i:MIIJH lt, 1887
Haw Thi Worltf h Given ta
A' t-nitfini: to n wrekh paper M'
thr N irlli Mi-Mntirian, nml pt.'Mishrtl
In Miiiitri, ".Int. II. MH.tiiillfV.
jrni"in shark, forim-rlv f ttiinrv. I II
l nonr in jail Hi t W- el.in.l, ., uinl
cli.irp' nf (tiT iiiil prrpcinalMij; thr
rlitinis ci( ileail pcminnrr". MiMtit (ti
ler vnn prnrrtiul, convict!. amldi
Itarrt't! from prncli' In'fitrc the pension
oilier live (r ix vi-nr njjo, ti.it mulct
one name or another he htw swindled
the trorrrnmrnt out of iU tinder
ltlnek mlmiiiistmtion. Special V.x
nminer J. If. Spmiim found, fn lHi,
several swindles in Maron county that
this . hark had perpetrated on old .ul
ilier' widows and the povernment."
Thr editor charge the wholesale win
11c to 'Uliu'k administration." Now
what are the facts?
The total iitiMtHit of Mi-din.Mt '
tealiu thti fur developed - ami tin
Investigation it not nearly completed
it ?l.vi. 1 his sum is for the pay
tiient uf six alleged widow pension
entering period1 from lt-iw up 1
l"?, a." follow s :
IU Ill'l S-Hlll(-I)
1 hVfth M.
I'.t u.n.t Si innl.il .... ... .'
jl'iUah I unr;i:i
I'Aihantt' it ilnnui
These el aims were allotted rcs'prcaiv
1.r. Ke'Tuary, ltti; March. 171: r
Taury, 17.!, nnd April.
A comparision of the nniount- pal
0i the-ie claim under the Kcputdieai
pud emoeraiie administrations of tli
i Mision bureau how that under th
leiut)lu-an minim i-lrftt it'll Kai hue
JSeantoti was paid Si.!1.', while undc
lie lUinoeratie. "Ulaek' admin. stra
f on," only were paid.
Kliabeth M.tiedd wa paid "
l.ndcr llepuhliean regime again! '
1 nder "Hlaek" "
1'aulina N.liidt, 1.7(-t. ajajn: '
t .ia I,ewi, 1 .7-'. hgitin-: ?
jluhlm tuluiati, 1.7-'-. aga".nt e.'7t
sold C'altu-rineO'll;irau. ?-.71ij.Hgain
paid to tliem by l.ni. iliaek.
lUe total Minis paid out on aceoun
f these claims iittrni the Kepuh.irai
taJniinis. ration as while b;i
was di-bursed during Ulack
fiimitiiitratiun. all of which latter sua
vill be refunded to the United state
lreaury b the banks w ho cached th
forged cheeks jtayable to McGindley";
It will ix- Men from the aboe state
nit nth ilia' all these claim were alluw
i-d uitU r tne hepuMicau admisistra-
t lull of tlie pension lwareau. and from
fuiirteeu to twciitv-four .cars before
itii. lila.k assumed charge of aid
The public will !. tuirpri-ed to learn
that no Mich widows, as described above
.-er existed, and that thev are all nivth
juanufaetured by dames 11. MciinUJey
It w ill Ih more ustuni-died, no doubt
when informed that, for many years,
Nctiiudlev carried on his nefarious
business in the same citv where wa
located a United Mates ollicer for Iht
iaymeutof pcii-ioiiers ; yet such i the
fact, (uiucy. 111 , it the city, aud teu.
ii. M. 1'n-mi-s, that blatant Republi
can demagogue, wa the pension agent
Last Tuesday Meinley pleaded guil
ty to the ten indictments toun I against
him in the United States court at t levc
Jand, and on t rid ay lai-t was nehUnced
to the penitentiary for It'll years aud to
pay a line of ."., '.M': other indictment
are still pending against him. Tu
"lilaek's administration" is due the
credit uf discovering, arresting md
convicting Mctiinley. It may be in
teresting to know who the "lieorgt
Washington" editor of the wcekh is
lie is one W. T. Sullivan, formerly an
employe of the pen-ion bureau, who
services were di-pened with by Otu.
Ulack, and w ho now choncs to put a
parti? an construction fcnpjn ft siuiplt
act of duty on Gen. black' part and
endeavors to m Ae political capital at
the e.xpeuse of truth.
Forty-fiva Million Acres.
The first tuk undertaken bythei'lev
latid admiuiitratioii on coining iuto
jtower in was n revirrsal of the
Republican policy, luaintaiued for over
twenty year-, of (minting immeusc
)xdiu" of public laud to railroad corpo
rations and permitting other corpora
tion to appropriate other large area
without any warrautuf law, The grant
to railroads were made on conditions,
Init the Republican party ha shown
iUelf so favorable to the companies
lhat these conditions were disregarded
by the roads and nut enforced by the
government, and the result was thai
when ttit: iViuocratic administration
came in it found the roads claiming
large budiea of land which they bad
uot e.uu'-d by a compliance with the
condition ot their grants. It made u
lurfuUurc. of lhe-e unearned lands a
part of its poliey and set to work to cn
lurue. it, and the result up to this time
i before us hi the report of the interior
tleparimeiil. i lxv lotai amount of lauds
restored to the public domain since
March 4, 1., is Sl.Wl.j acres,
5ual to thu area cf the state of New,
York, In addition to this H.iMsjl;,
ucroH nae mien recuereu oy tue can
celling of fraudulent entries, making
an aggregate uf 4.';,i0.1.:'.M acres in all
restored in the last three years.
This is a good bit of work, and it
Mrikingly illustrate), the popular char
acter of the present adiuiiii-tratiou in
:outrant with the pulie ef faur to
-ororaiioin that marked the preced
ing admini-traliuii: Secretary J,amat
h iu lu. ivp,.rt: Nothing can be
asuter sab u:iid in a five eomuiuniii
jigaiut the dominating influences j
joweilu corporations aud combination
of citpil.il than a lody of iudepcudt-lit
mall laml-ou iter- li ing on their own
frecholdo," and the resolution of 4,
tsjij.tHi m-re-to individual M'tticiucul
is, therelore, matter for emphatic cou
ralulation. Iti iut,in an.
Tut i tlliilba Wolld rn-: Ti.- peo
de of 1 uc-oii, A. J . a putdic sub
M-rit'tioii, I 'I l elbl tilOll-lHid copiei ot
tlu-irbx-ul p:iper viy mouth for the
jiurpoiic of M-iebiig it aUru.Kl, and in
Addition pay a inoitth for the t-v
ellrie nil ndliig wnle lips of iheir
a-itv. Lamar, ol , pais " f--r a
jjumphb t ttnd for a write up in
Ihu lu al pn-ns. The Monitor. 1 l.Stotl,
Kail, i paid 7, lor talking up the
Htlvitutiige of lhat nts. llnLchinon,
ki. . t liiims lo iiaV the Sews lo.0MU
or luuniiig aiuorningpajH-r, and New
fun does better by subscribing eUi.tMJ
jv littvv tbe lU-publicau boom the plact.
An Invention l Qf lh Wiowt tf Httvtn
trntm llif Ran rrno(sco tnimnirtr J
1 he rvmarknhlc powers and adapta
biliiv of the electric current to the use
of aoctety has leen further demonstrat
'd by an invention which lias at least
the charm of novelty. This is nothing
more nor less thnn a patent to open
the windows of heaven at the will of
man, and Mahili, M. !.. of this cltr,
claims thr honor of the invention.
The doetor returned to town a few
lays ago from Washington, where he
went to secure a patent and bring be
fore the iiolire of the Government his
strange, contrivance. He tu oeenyoo
terdny afternoon ny a Chronicle re
porter, to whom he briefly explained
I expect to see the aage-bmsh de
sert of Nebraska under cultivation and
affording pasture for thousands ot cat
tle In few vearsi." benin the doctor.
'Should the Government adopt my
mtent. by it use there need not be an
tere of waste land on the whole conti
Hv what extraoTdinarv means do
rnu intciied to tap clouds and inter
fere with the lawn of nature?" qnerried
"Simply by a condenser or captive
balloon and an electric cable placet!
wherever the rain is required. I have
long iK-lieved that rain conM be pro
duced bv artificial means, and I have
worked al this hobby of mine for sev
'ral ears over since 1 left college, in
fcu t. You see. first of all. Tapor as it
.si-ends receives heat from the solar
rays, which also impels it upward un
til retricted bv the cold. The vesicles
or dewdrops U-ing crowded together.
Income electrified and float on the air
at an altitude of from S.OOu to 5.0u0
feet, and all that is required then to
produce ram i to intercept these veti-
-ir by anili'-ial tuean. What I have
nvcntcd is a condenser ol peculiar
sba:e and construction, and connected
with the earth by an electric cable
utnevr L? vecic.es come m:o con
:act i;h the cx-a k-txer or current
they arv brv-ken up and the water fore-
! to the g-ound w;;h great rp di:y.
The ram w ill be produced by the same
inws a causes condensation on a win
low pane. The surface of the glass i
covered with microscopic point, aad
n lecoming chilled the layer of a.r
next it falls, allowing the vapor to Co
n to the points and from thence to the
1ju will require a gigantic ballocn
for such a purpose." was suggested
"fth.no. A cindenscr of about
feet in diametor will bringdown some
thing like .Itir'AO gallons a day, or
as much as wood irrigate almost the
half of this tate. 1 he volume of water
an be divided or formed into river.
which ever mav be desired."
n hat wul be the cost of erecting
and fitting op one of these condens-
"The condenser w ili tie of jcisillT
prepared iron, and I have received an
estimate from a well-known manufac
turer, who places the cot at f ?yv
would ea;lv tit it up."
What are the opinions of espcrts
m the matter, Doctcr?"
Well, when 1 brought my plan be
fore them at first thev were mostlv
keptical, biit 1 hare got a great many
f them round since. While in Waiti
ng! on I submitted it to the
Meteorological lK'partment, where 1
.unwell known, and to the heals of
he Geodesic Survey, and both believed
t to be practicable: indeed, the former
body sent au indorsement to the sec
retary uf the interiror to have its e3i-
acy tested. I expect it wJl be some
months vet, however, before thev wili
lo anMhiiigat head juarwn," added
Since the return of the inventor
has had several interviews with Lieut
K. Manshe Id, the head of the local
crcice. I he doctor is aiso in commu
nication w ith a number of local capital
sts with a view to the formation of a
company for the purchase of the patent
rights here and abroad, and it is need
ess to add that he is as enthuisatic as a
and-boomer over its ultimule accep
tance and success.
Bser Prsslucea Crininal lataaity.
'nmi tli oieiiuOv AriMrrtc&a.
Tor some year a decided inclination
has beeu apparent all over the country
to give up the use of whisky and other
troug alcohols, using as a substitute
beer aud other compounds. This is ev-
deutly founded on the idea that beer
not harmful, and contains a large
amount of nutriment; also that bitters
may have tome meUical uuality which
11 neutralise the alcohol which It
These theories are without confirma
tion in the observation of physicians.
Die use (if beer is found to produce a
peciesof degeneration of all the organs
rofound and deceptive futtv deposits,
diminish circulation, condiditious of
congestion and jterversiuu of functional
act iv Lies, local iutlaminatiun of bjth
the liver and kidneys being coutantlv
Iuullectually a stupor amounting al
most to a paralysis arrests the reason,
changing the highest faculties into a
mere animalism, sensual, hellish, slug
gish, varied only with paroxysms of
anger that are MMicies and brutal.
It is our obv-rvation that beer drink
'A Hii country roduce the verv
.owest kind ot iin biietv. cloe)y allied
lo criminal in-anitv. i he most dun-
U'e rotis cla- of rulliaiis in our citv are
rdioil, St iirM aud
Jartta JropbUctic Fluid will de
stroy the infection of all fevera and all
eontatfious and iufectioua dlaedaes.
Will kep the atmosphere of any sick
room pure aud lioleeome, absorbing
ana destroying unhealthy effluvia and
contagion. Will neutralize any bad
smell whatever, uot by disguising it.
but by destroying it. I'm Darbya Pro
phylactic Kuid in every iick-room.
No farmer sliouid uiub-rtake early
breeding with the hoj that the March
wln.U w ill Im teiiiM-red to ave his pip
if the are farrowed in a fence corner.
The coiuintr March mi ay w as piiet as
a lamb, favoring the improvident pig
grwrr. While there it always a pos
sibility of thih condition of alairs. it is
nliii i safe to prepare for the worst.
If on cannot shed against the fiercest
winds. ou bad U tur not allow the
pigs to come at that time. Natiouai
Fifty-sis pounds each, that Is what it
amounts to for ever man, woman aud
child, each year, in this country. In the
year 1H4 we raised In the U. S. !,
712.2.SO pounds, and imported ,6M,2;H-
liW pounds, or In round numbers, raised
just about one-ninth of the sugar we
consumed. The enormous amount Im
ported came as cane sugar from Cuba,
and Itect sugar from Germany and
France, These countries paid our gov
eminent as import duties on this sugar
t.'stAUH or U 1-2 cents'per pound, and
because of this duty of V cents per
pound, the planters of Louisiana, who
raised nearly all the sugar produced In
this country got 97,iio(tNio more for
their crop than they would olhewise
have done, or viewed from a protective
standpoint alone, we fellows that use
the M pounds of sugar apiece. paid tn-
cle Sam $4M.00U.inrt and Louisiana
planters fi,(.No.tin. for the purpose of
encouraging thsm to raise $ 7,")0,0oo
orth of sugar. Now, as a protective
tariff fraud, this caps the sheaf, par
ticularly, because the production of
sugar in Louisiana is steadily decreas
ing notwithstanding this protective
nig ueeiineu from 4M(41
hogshead in lil to 170.431 hogshead
in 1S?4. The tariff does not devel
the Industry, and the sensible thing
would seem to bo for the government
to Just buy out these planters. There
is devoted to this industry in the south
about 170.WHJ acres, and calling
worth 100 per acre (a large price
17.'00.0"0 would clean the whole
thing up. Wing less than one-third of
the amount we have to pay annualh
hocs-use of the duty on foreign sugar.
There are two things alone that justi
fv the further maintainance of ibis im
First To furnish a revenue for the
government if it needs it, which i
Second The possibility that under
the new processes being amployed with
the sorghum cano, we may be able to
produce our own sugar, in the near
We have fed enough new milk to t hi
Louisiana calf: it won't grow, it is a
runt, knock it in the head. Iowa Reg
hy will you cough when Shlloh's
Cure will give you Immediate relief.
fhoe cents, 50 cents and f 1.00. Tay
in and Ewtog.
An Indiana postmaster has created a
stir in his city by posting conspicuous
ly in his office a notice that all letters
addreseed to boys and girls under 13
and 19 years of age w ill be placed in
the care of their parents or guardians,
The postmaster is rijrht. The law on
the subject savs "All letters addressed
g;ris r.nder 1 8 or boys under 13 year
of age w.li be placed in care of their
parents or guardians." The law
intended for the protection of virtuous
young daughters of honored parents
against unprincipled joung men who
use the mail as a means of arranging
meetings to estrange them into forbid
Wka ihiiMi Ckild. sH cmd for ( Mtorht,
ah hr Mim. tb dost to Cutorla,
Waea sa h4 CaUdna, sU LUa Cuurl
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you tmve a printl guarautte on every
aouie oi Buuoirs tiializer. It never
ails to cure. Taylor aud Swing.
boston Herald : A prominent physi
cian says that children's acbool lunch
eons should not be placed in the old
fashioned lunch ba-ket or tin box, as
bad odors always cling to a much used
receptacle. What he recommends it a
fresh clean napkin wrauoed neatlv
aroundthe bread and butter or other
edibles, and a paste-boad box to hold
it all The box can then be thrown
away w hen the meal is done. The
good sense of this will strike every per
son given to to whole aume
livtng.and it will also delight the
box manufacturers, who should imnu
diately get up a cheup box especially
adapted for the conveyance of schools
luncheons. Parents, no doubt, would
be glad to buy these boxes as they buy
matches, by the quantity, should they
supersede the luncheon basket.
Ballwrtf's HvrcbMaS ftjrap,
Messrs Barber Bros. Lawrence, Kau.
writes: We always recommend liab
lard's Horehound syrup to our custo
mers because it gives better satisfaction
than any other Cough Svrup we have
ever sold. 13ailard's ilorehouud Svrun
for Consumption, Coughs, aud Colds,
will preserve the health and add long
years to life, ballard s Ilorehouud
Syrup not only cures Consumption, but
Coughs1 Colds, bronchitis, Aathma,
Hoarseness aud all affections of the
Throat, Chest aud Lungs yield at once
to its wonderful curative powers. If
you doubt it get a Free Trial Bottte at
Smith dc Patton's Drug Store, Jan 2
MwlUvtfa Ummw Ualmai
This liniment is a positive cure for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lame back,
sore Chest, Old Sores, Wounds.Sprains
and all bruises, it is the most pene
trating liniment in the world. Jt will
restore contracted muscles lo their nat
ural elasticity; rubbed on the throat it
will cure the worst case of croup. It i-.
an absolute specific for corns, bruises,
chapped hands, etc. Ladies will liud
it particularly cbVctUe in Lamu back.
Smith & 1 'at ton, Agent. Jan
The Llectrical Heview says that the
ue)etiueft of the lightning rod i be
coming o generally undi rtood that
toe agents tnid tlieir ocation a Irving
one. J-cvterund fi-wer rod are in, urn
titured each year .and 'the day wil
come wli. ii u lightning rod t,n a hoiue
will be regmded in the same light a
horseshoe oera man's dr.
Are you uisde miserahie by Indlgea
lion, Cousuujptiou, Uizineas. Lobm ol
Appetite, VtJlow oklu t fchlloh's Vital
iier U a positive cure. Taylor A K wing
hhlloh a Caianh Kemey a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria aud Canker
Mouth. Jaylorand ttwli jf.
When some, particular farmer sue
ced in securing better crops thau his
neighbor it iudicates that he Is pro
gressive and has adopted the most im
proved methods for success. Observe
him, and endeaver to learn from his
experience. No farmer can succeed
who is uot willing to throw bis preju
dice aside and adopt the better practi
ces of his neighbors.
Inik, Uxdw Hit
Jami', Hon.tnn ofC'neHill, Ark
m wltpnod by nolw under bl bed
the other night. Delighted th, lump
una, looking tinner, thought he w
ot, but when he poked It with k one
liig nake ciimo out and offered buttle.
Me droto it back under the bed, took
hit wifi to a neighbor', for afetjr and
went back and killed the serpent with
itchfnrk. It meaaured 11 feet 9 In
ohe in length, had itrli)e, running di
agonaiij around Its bodr and had re
cently iwallnwed three young kitten.
Some fashionable ladle, ar not aat
ulled with ready made fan,, but malt
hare them mado to order, they are.
nnwerer, atlified with Dr. Bull
Cough Syrup at 25 centi and tak. It
One lire burn out another'! bun
ng, and mo.t pain auner more to be
cured, but Salvation Oil ii palnlea, and
oertaln. It ootta onl, S6 oenta.
Whal Mfai DwMl.
After all the fu.n in Atlanta the only
tning many ueeuied waa that a man
may hereafter tako hit beer with the
loor open, instead of drinking it with
the door bolted. Philadelphia Prcaa.
Not a few ol tho cttitens of MlMourt
have necntly boeeme greatly excited
"v. t the astounding fact, that KTeral
nl their frienda who bad been pronouno
hy their pbydc!an as Incurable and be-
rond all hope suffering with that
area-let tn)nter Coiisiimptlon have
tHen cimi'letely cured by Dr. Kngi
New Oivcovery im Confumptlon, the
only rciucly that do.'S poattlrely cure
all throat and lung disrates. Coughs
I olds. Anthma and Bronchitis. Trial
txittlcilreo at Taylor A Kwli'g's, Drug
store, large bottles fl. dec
Four Cardinal Principles.
Principles of anarchism, as thus far
evolved and formul.ited in Amenica
No (iod-no soap,
Throttle the law,
Ail crimes are righteous.
W. D. Hoyt &, Co., Wholesale and Re
tail Druggists ot Home Ua. aay: We hare
been selling Ur King's New Discovery,
blectrlc Hitters and Bucklen's Arnica
Salve for four years. Have never band
ied remedies that sell as well, or five
such u nlversal satisfaction. There have
been some wonderful cures effected by
these medicines in this city. Several
CHsta of pronounced Consumption have
been entirely cured by use of a la bot
ties of DrJving's New Discovery, taken
in connection with Electric Bitters. We
guarantee them always. Bold by Ty.
ior a. uwing s. tje0
Oil Inspector Finerty would like to
use some of the surplus revenue of this
country in giving farms to Immigrants,
mat a pretty Idea! It might be a
good plan to confiscate the property of
native Americans outright and use It
in helping on the good work. Chicago
Bhiloh't Cure wiil Immediately rail era
Croup, Whooping Cough, and BronotuV
Uf. lay lor and Kwlnt-.
F or lame back, side or chest, use Shi-
loh's Porous Plaster. Price as .n,.
24-cow Taylor ft Kwlng,
Sleepless Llgnts made miserable with
terrible cough, uhlloh's Cure I the
remedy for you. Taylor ft Kwinir.
A Naal Injector free wim each bottle
ol billion's Catarrh Kemedy. Price 60
cents. 1 aylor and Kwln .
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
( ouauiuplloB. BmrnM, UMtnl
Debility, Wanting Diseuea of Children,
Curuuic Cougtis, and Broncbitla, can
ue cured by tne uae of bcolt'i Emul
sion of 1'ure Cod Liver Oil with Hjpo
pboapliites. ProuiiDent pbyaiciaua use
t, and testify to its great value. Please
oail the, following: "I used ooott's
binulaiou for aa obstinate Cough with
ilemorihage, Loss of Appetite, Emacl
Jtiou, aleepieasueu, kc All of theae
have now iell,and 1 believe your Emul-
aiuu has saved a case of well-dereluped
lontumpuon. X. J. Findiey, M. D,
Lone star, Texas. -1 have for several
years used ecott's Emuialon, and Had
it to act well in Conaumntion and
Scrofula, aud other conditions requir
ing a tonic of that class." J. B. JJi b
iun, Valdosta, Oa. 4'j-tt
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A iig that, while eating, takes its
head out of the trough and acts as if the
lop bad run the wrong way has the
siiillk's. 11c should be removed from
the herd and cured for, a the disease
is contagious. Put pine tar in the slop
and smeur both the uose and face with
Feed eulphur and turpentine. A
free use of carbolic acid, both external
ly aud internally, should also be made.
4 Remarkable turned; lor aliewk fas.
tKdilerlal in Nw Orleans ffcayune.Uay, lavt.)
. s. . 1 hose whoBe blood ia pois
oned will liud a very interesting article
on another page from C, E. Mitchell,
West Twenty-third street, New York,
who had been suffering from this com
plaint ten years and waa oompletolr
cured by the use of the S. 8. b. There
is nothing on the top of the earth bet
ter than this remarkable remedy for
dkjou puiaon. itemembcr, in buying
to see that you get the genuine, as so
many imitations of this great medicine
are on the market. Write to the Swift
Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga., for a
Tr.iatisu on Blood and bkin Diaeaies
which will bo mailed free lo anyone.
Aa s.aemr im Ptileoaj.
The New Orleans Piuarune, July 7th.
1W, sav editorially: "The medicine
I the Swift Specific Company, renown
d for their wonderful cure, in cas of
blood poisoning, are always backed by
ne ie-i ammo names, coupled with
the iaost desperate cases.
if this medicine could mil i cure a
loeul aore it would uut bu worthy of a
name, but to eradicate f,, tlie ullJ0J
all impurity, even that whiel. i.i,.i.
tary, makes it what is claimed for it
a boon to mankind."
A Velee Iroai llrii.
.liaunlle, Va., Times, ipril Ii, ls7.)
S. s. S. llv tlie way, that valuable
medicine cured one of our citizens who
had upwards of thirty boils. ,. tried
various other medicines and several
inlueral waten. bin nothing vise ulTord-
uil linn lliu desired relief. This lesti
niony we give uniolieited, aud without
the knowledge of the proprietors."
llookson "Contagious lilood Poison"
and on "lilood and bkin Diseases"
mailed flee. For sale by all di uggi.ta.
The bwiiT bi-teinc Co,, Darwer 3,
re4 to Point a Moral.
"Igol off a Jamaica Plain carat
Cadar street, la Roxbury, the other
"-7. on my way to par a visit, ilia
street goes np a hill rather abrnptlv
from the corner, and It Is not Just here
- pieasans part. 1 was anout
half-way np tin hin, and opposite some
w orewery piaoe, wnen t was
aocoated respectfully by a pleasant
faced Hibernian, who had been talk-
ing to soma men who were rolling out
Deer-barrels from the doorwar of tho
place across toe street. I knewth.it
oe man who apoke to me had Iwcn
ailing aoroaa, but I was too busy with
my own thoughts and had not noticed
his words. His speaking to me was
evidently a sudden Inspiration.
. 'Ladyr ha said In a loud clear
"I StODDed and lwtV,1 at htm t
should have supposed I would bo
startled I being spoken to so Imper
atively and anddenly, but the mai l
Toloe and manner were quite abovo
any personality. I had simply ap
peared at an opportuue moment to
point a moral for him. He waa lect
uring a low-looking man over the
way, ana of she workmen employed In
tolling cmt the beer barrels.
Look at that bald-headed arnnnd-
fel over taerw, ladyt look at hlml He
bate his mother regilar. Do ye see
that yb!B!r.z rascal. vf The lauv
oan't bear to look a second time at the
likea of ye. To disgrace the neigh-
oornooa ny oatmg yer own mother!
"I went no on the hill, and as I
passed the Indignant man he stepped
politely off the sidewslk to in.iter.Kim
for me, saying: Hlch. ma am. it would
ahame him well If re d looked longer.'
'I bowed, but as It seemed to me
that I had dona service enough, vicari
ously, as a missionary. I excused my
self from easting condemning glances
tiponthe sinner under arraignment.
"Whan I returned to my horse-car,
after a walk through plensa'nter streets, j
the man who had employed this novel I
method of trying to shame hia sinful
menu nsd dtssnDcareri. Hut the bar
rel-roller was still busy about the door !
of the beer place. 1 "glanced toward j
nun ib some vonurr as to nil possiDie
behavior. He had not seemed to hear
his acenser before nor to see me: but
at sight of me now he ducked his head
behind a barrel- and remained in an
extraordinary doubled over position
of shamed semi-concealment as I
walked down the street When I waa
fairly down to the corner curiosity Im
pelled me to turn and look again fn his
direction. He was Just straightening
np again to goon with his work. I have
wondered since If he feared that I
might add a postscript to hit frieud'a
scathing. I should like to, 1 am sure,
If I knew what one could possiblv aav
to touch the conscience of a man ''who
batea hia mother regilar.' " J3tnlt
Mv dad knows more'n Oeoiire
Washington." "Why?" "Coatieorga
Washington couldn't tell a lie. but my
dad kin, for when I told him I hadn t
been a-nshin' he said heknowed better,
and thumped me for lyin'. He kin tell
a lie the minnte he sees one, you bet."
AU women look attractive when
their color and complexion Is clear. If
jour skin la sallow, eyea dull, you a. e
blUoua, secure a box of WUliama' Aus
tralian Herb pilla, take as directed,
and the feeling of languor will leave
you, your eyea brighten, and you are
another woman. Try them. Price 25
eattta. Bold by Smith ft Patton. 3My
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
Letter traaa taw Aeatstaat Foreman ml
the Denver U.swtwl-A aabiect
la wtUea TSMstaaaae are Oeeply
About five rears ago 1 suflered (rum painful
urination aud great pains ana weakness lu toe
lower pan at my hack, palas In the limbs, bad
taste In uie uouta, dlsgiut at luod, and sreat
aseatal and oodie daffsssieo.
I lire at Ml York street Jersey cut, and on
arrlf loa at noose one olaat I found a cupy ui tbe
aaahev airaaaae Uiat had been leu dunaa
lbs Oaf. 1 read UM amele, 'Wbat Is this dis-
tbat Is uoralog t poo Us?" It descrliaul nir
mioms and lacunas beller Uuo 1 eouid II 1 bad
rlttea a wools book, ajr trouble was Indeed
like a UUef ui tbs niabV' for it bad been steal
ing upon roe uuanarea for years. I seut lor a
bottle of ttahaera attract of Hoola. er belaL-l s
rup, aua belore 1 uaa laaeu one uoi 01 il 1
U lue seie.,Ui reltel. lu a lew weeks 1 wss
like m) old seif. 1 enjoyed aud diaev.ea my Iishi
My kidneys soon recovered tone aul slieuiu,
and uie urinary u-oubai vauisned. 1 was sea.
Millions ul people Meu some uieuieiue Sliupiy
i ai.-t ou Ibc boweui. io uieui I comiuoud ana.
kers Kalracl lu uie slroukesl possiute leruis. Ii
IS Uie geuliaal, "rnisliirst saleet ana suresl
puraatlve lb Una auriu. i lie most delicate u.nu
u ai.u enuureu may take II. Uue poiul more; I
bate all u e luotsj oonlldruee lu uns uieiiK-iue
because It Is prepared by uie snakers. 1 uiai
CLkiin io be a renaeius uiau uiyseil auu I aUimr,
Uie nuaaere lor Uleir teal.cuuslsleucy and stilel
tHLSiiiesa luiearliy. Viliat Uicy uuike luay be
Uusled by tbe pub.u:. V. 11. Hall
r or sale by dniiiaist and bj A. J. V alia, M
wamui street, ew tork.
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work v their tmn .iiins. $i tn .i p,tr ilu) rnn
ha- quietiT mdi. Work wiit by nt Mil any dlw.
tano. Particulars frro No ranv.iHstnK. Ail
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t.. ns-miJirs. .TffsnaM. rv n nun.
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ii-ni p m.i nn aiinufHiion.
tOO 4 ttt W. Ninth St. KANSAS CITY. M0.
T enty Sptrialtxt in tht City uho It a fi'ffular
(iratiuatt IH MrtWint (H'fr ' yetir$' ft-acHt9t
11 ytart In Chicago.
THE OLDEST IN AGE, AND LONGEST LOCATED.
AilUionirtl ny tr,r Min(e to tr
ar morify rpfumli'd. fhararm low. TliutitniHt" -i(
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fcif Eiiauuni.Tii io b Hir Hi.d ttW'n.-iiii,u,
tMiuK t oiuioumi.-tl in my (jtTfrTtiy sti jutintt d
Ja'j'it ior , nml Kfp furiiioiit-il rt-mij fur hmj. So
rtinnlnat tu 1nn aiort-n lo liiava. utirtTtrtlu ind
rnj.iii.nw inis-.i No in rmry or Innirlum iih-I-niMa
nft. N-xlotpniiun (nimlniatiif-gi I'ullfins
at at ti.iili- ir.u'i tl ifllt,! Htiil H irrn,
d'.raj n- 'i. rtciywinTf frt-i- from km ur brtn
!. fiati4 vtmr i'uhh ari'l wntl fur tTnm. t'on-
.ittvtluu rue aud cuutidnutlsil, liL-rauuitiiir or bv
A M ptum. pfjnTT For Both H.PB, ,,.
fi.rw- in tttmiMt. Kurt H.altj, Umiu Ibu auM ul
IA to 41. Ktiuull rffctl tin iKrwk.
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
niftlff or fi'lilltls. I 'ures riiaranta
a PMniTivr rt rf f.ir Htict stri-ii
60 tor V.j cfcst il.li tfatiietit fisi.t ti,
.; u l.r-i(i. Itruwltti diteottrv It) aui al
sfinaJt-ic Uuo lot l rvi ief ; a tew
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Corner of Camden Avenue and Main Street,
W.j il l respocfully lay that
abovelines of goods. I will
wisuinc to buy to call and
SUH; ME AND
Thanking my many friends
continuance of the same.
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sariptians or lend direct to tbe
Tlie Oldest Wajjoo Factorjiii the City.
BURGESS & HATFIELD,
Successors to n. C. BUKGESS.
FARM AND SPUING WAGONS,
BUGGIES- HARROWS, PLOWS, &C-
SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to Painting BugRiei, Wagons, 4o.
Oivcnto IIOIlSilSHOr.i.y O, in fact ererv thing done in the
Bent Possible manner, by Sober and Experienced Workmen.
(.he ns a Call and Examine Our Stock and Trices
before purchasing elsewhere.
BURGESS. & HATFIELD.
Crct the Kcst Paper I
Tho Staunch Old
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ST. LOOTS, MO-,
The Great Specialists,
Mxrohara of ffailrMvltT 0.illaa RratpttsU, jom.
Ann, Ki.Klaud. M I J . Nam York auid lilawn, tl.r
isiHur, bain u lu form thalr xatloila aod ltiartb)f
llinr MB ta dtnaultarl by oorrawiamilauua Ib all
Wf-m tif Hirinat4jrrliriM. 1m Mavn luxid ami all
dlsHkM namitijas (run ItoK AbMa suU kijadrW
ti mvtluHla, b hiok illwlg m Ma4 BMa
f siasa uMlt,ra4. .tututlon Wm. ImtimtUmt
i laroaoiiuloati unlumtluu of urlua, KA UU
l'l-a.'llr.l r.har.all..i. .u. mi .... il.t.lll minS
Vhialoatl KihaitMloti aaot oa raavit of tn V" -ut
Mamj. lrt.1r, Drt.l . D. DAVICSOM.
Nl laoiila ab'.nlil lall UKiTNl
Misse Lou lord
Aa usual Icadt In the recrlptof Naw
Kail Millinery, Nutinns, TrlmmliiKs,
llimery, Jtc. A full stock of the cel
ebrated JOUVIX KII C1LOVK8
Just raoeired. Tbeae are the beet made.
Call and im MlbQ TORD'U Uooda.
Inwrn siM u-nll'.n1..,1 Clnt
I keen a treneral stock in the
not enumerate, lut ask those
for past patronage, I ask
Barb Wire I i. an, Ilk 1. r
snows concliuivelT that the
to 50 VF.H TEXT. THE rHKAPENT
fn. ( oluniii!t
91 Per Yee.rl
1.00 IVr tfar
.. !r ir
f l n er Vw
i Ir Ypsv
' !r Year
1 w lr Yr
: "0 Ver Yai
i I'er Ye tuff
: ' I'mr Yf ari
Mattsr ia Paver of lis 3,-1
of the CLOBE-DEMOCRAT
G LOBE PAINTING COMPANY, ST. LOUIS.
Six Months 75 cents
name on a packa of COF U a
uai-aUilj ot tiowllcuce.
a packap-u of COF
: is kept in all l
m th Atlauuo to th
COFFEE ia kt't in all flret-class
aHuro tiom th Atlauuo to ihj Pavoiho,
is nevor Rood wheu exposed to the air.
Always buy this IjthhU In hermotlimlly
faltd ONE FOUND PACKAUti,
USED BY THE BEST PENMEN
M Mipl for trial, post'faaud, ia Ctot
ivitoN. vlakvImanTtavlo, a CO.,
fctf sut4 181 UroHnr, VW York.
&I0BK0HD, :- 1IISS0DBI.
an pnptnt atari, ami all timet to accomodate
lbs people wita
bLp, Mi E:;:::, Els.
Will ttmvti pMntev to n point dfrri1 a
monwitil) i)uUc. Htira Uiartlfd lij day
wek or month, on itimhimIii terni".
CHiMomn nmjr rIjr an irtinpiiit, Rood ttirn
obu. tafa aorte aud modermt csiarKe.
O. A. Pearson. Notary I'ublic, II. A
L Junctlcm, will attend to all business
ntruatd to him villi care and prompt
doss. Cluwsrss reasouable. 47-ti
GEO. I. WASSON, Proprietor.
Located convenient to all brancbea
of business southeast of court house.
Uooma large and atrr and well-iur-nisbed.
beat attention Riven to travel
ing public. Good sample room for
Commercial men. Tables supplied
wltti I he beat tbe market atlurda.
(lack to and from all trains, Cbarges
I want to buy all tbe marketable Fits
In Bay county, ana will pay the' wry
blgbeet market price In caab lor the
tame. Bring In Jour' Kurt and get Uie
cash for It,
Office at tbe Wasaon House, Kich
W W. atb mi . Kantww llij,
tiavs to cIum out over
and they will ifo rKaMM ol cost niiiil .UtiuarT
1st, !!. W. air m.pio kel, auu ,m rail a-t
a Ftaaw ar nu ,i halt price by uulhia
aarly ur rrlliu (r calalonupt auu urlcia. liar
talat to teooud Uaad fiauu.. UWe uied. ta
FAST HAIL ROUTE
Equipment and Speed uniurpassed.
3 DAILY TEAINS 3
ILLeuis, Kanws City anf Iht WsiL
5 DAILY TRAINS J
iDd cholc of Two; Rmitea helwrrn Kt. Iiuls
S3 RSM. p?n!.. " n-"'K Imlr rats
aaa Pullman bullet Bleeping ( nr. oo all tralus.
H. 0, TOWNHKM),
Gn. Faas. Xlrket Aii.-nt,
O tit Loult. slo.
loUttet, I tssratehtb
Bharnsatattiaws I fliraina.
toaldt. BUff Joint,
BnisM, I lorM,
B anions. I Inavln
Corn, I Craekc
THIS COOD OLD ATAun.nv
MOtntlllsJtasa tnm aiwanKrw". ...at-a.s a
IbrtL 0 of ihm raonj lor tb great popularity ot
aaray aiuejMnf USllDMt If rOUIWl IQ lt HlllTerHl
VpiictibUlty. rybodr ntdi iuoh a me1ihi, ,
Tkm llMwlfMlflUfor(mrJravmllr um.
Th (.'a saler Meda U tor hi iMma&arl hi wts.
Tata Mtwltaaulo aaada1 11 avl . on hia as,,,!
Tha MLaarnMdilttneuaor metmnry.
Th I'laaaar iwaJa It-eu'l gvialuug without It.
Tba Faraaer oaeda II lo hit houta, hit iual, .
Md hli atook yard.
It 1" Utwrsl supply aQuauauil aabura. Be-da
Taa Ilarta-fBaclBr naocU It-It l hia batt
flHrnd and aaioft reliance.
Tha Htah-cjrawar um4 It-It will aara hioa
thouun'U of dollara and a world of trouble,
Tua HallraadMaa nMMl it aud will neerd It ao
lone aa lilj ilia u a rouud of accIdmUaud dauitfer.
Tha Havckwaadauiaa aat It, llurc u noth
lUts it aa aa antidota Cur tha danger to uia,
limb and romfort whloh aurround tbe pioneer.
Tha Merchaat aeeda U about hia store amooc
hu aaipluyeea. aoetdtmla wiU happen, and vnft
theae efwae the atuatattf LJnlaieni u wanted at once,
KeeBtBeuiataifcaHeaaa. Tie the bast of
Heap a Battle la ibaFaetarr Italmmedlata
Mlagaaeol aoduaal aaea paia ajuj Iom ol waea,
Uto aVactl Alwara U tha iahta fa