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. ' TrnoAT Mr. Borrr, In tha Senate to
day; called lip Mr. Hale's resolution at to
tne two policies nf "protection anil tariff,
lor revenue .only," anil mldrnnod tlie Sen
ate. Tbeonlv other siiliieut of Interest tint
oeruplod tho nttpntlon of the Henste to-day
the disputation in conference over the
item iuserteil In the district opproprintlon
bill liy tlio Senate, appropriating 100,000 for
the entertainment of the (Irmicl ArtrtJ of
the Kcpiilillc at Itn enrnmpinent next Sep
tember. There wns about nn hour's dismis
sion of that iinestlon and flnallv there was a
vote on it, willed showed a majoritv of nine
in favor of Insisting on the Item. T"hcrc was
not, however, a quorum vol I nit, but Mr. Al
lison, the chairman, accepted the vote as a
snfllcient indication of the sense of the Sen
ate on tho subject and a further conference
Was agreed to. Adjourned.
The li(,'ht on the f ree Coinage bill, passed
by the Senato Friday, be-all in the liouse
.to-day, ns Boon an Speaker i'risp nnnmmoeil
its rei-eipt. The anti-silver men were wide
awake, and hardly hail the words left the
Kpenlter'a mouth when their leader, Mr.
Trncey, of New York, moved to refer It to
the I 'ommittee on flunking: and Oirreiiiv,
which is supposed to be iiirnlnst the hill,
falls of the Home and the point of no
quorum belntr present caused an .adjourn
ment before nnv action w-as taken.
Wmi.nksiiay. In tho Senate the trn'ilitc.
nt Homestead, (I'a.), were considered. Mr.
tiallinuer offered a resolution for an invest!-
r ration by the committee on education and
uhor: mid afterward bv Mr. I'feffer. who
proposed tho appointment of a sclec I com
mittee of three senators of 'difTerent poli
tical parties" to inquire into the existence
and employment of I'inkerton detectives
since their first nppcnnlnce in the I'nitisl
Wales; how they ore organized, and for what
purpose, and by wlinm employed: and what
legislation Is necessary to prevent their
further illegal use anil employment. Moth
resolutions were laid on the fable without
action and will he taken up to-morrow.
After some routine business tue Senate ad
journed. The lint official recognition In congress 2,
the troubles nt the. Homestead (I'a.) mill
appeared to day when Representative Ciini
Inetti introduced a resolution call ill) lor tho
appointment of a select committee to inves
tigate them. The resolution culls for tho
appointment of a select committee of live
members to invcticato and report the
causes of tho strike, the causes producing
the same, an!l the effect of such legislation
on wattes and labor. I ho resolution was
referred to the committee on rules. Alter
some other unimportant business the House
Tiu iii'inv. In the Senate to-day the reso
lution offered yesterday hy Messrs. tiiillin
ter and l'effor," in reward til the Homestead
trouble, was laid belore the Senate. Tho
resolution, together with all tlic amend
ments thereto, were referred to the Commit
tee on 'ontinpent Kxrience, with a re
quest that tliey report to-morrow. Mr. Call
(Item., of Florida, on the same subject, in
troduced a resolution declaring the invasion
of any State hy tho armed citizens of an
other" Stuto to bo treason, and directum iho
attention of the Attorney-lieneriil thereto.
No other business of importance, was trans
acted, ana t lie Senate adjourned.
In the House Mr. Oates, of Alabama,
reported from tho Judiciary Committee the
resolution of Mr. Williams, of Massachu
setts, regarding an Investigation of the em
ployment of I'inkerton detectives at the
i'arncgio Works, Homestead, IV, and hy
oilier corporations engaged in interstate
commerce, and authorizing a subcommittee
of the committee on Judiciary to make tho
investigation, and to sit after the adjourn
ment of Congress if their labors nro not
sooner concluded. He asked for the adop
tion of the resolution. After a brief debate
the resolution was adopted. Tho resolution
asks that a committee of seven members be
appointed to investigate the matter. The
Hilver bill was then referred to the Com
mittee on Coinage, Weights and Measures
without opposition. Adjourned.
Friday -The Semite did not mnko much
progress to-day on the sundry civil appro
priation hill, although it sinni four hours in
consideration. The resolutions as to tho
Homestead conflict were not rcioned bnck
from the Committee on Contingent Kx
penses. Tho sundry civil bill was then
taken up and the paragraph for surveys and
resurveys of public lands was amended by
increasing tlio appropriation to ("t.Ml.OtKi.
After disposing of 'JO pages of the bill it was
laid aside. The House hill to rcilueo tho
lutv on tin plate was laid before the Senuto
and referred. Adjourned.
In the House the tin plute bill, the lead
ore hill and the bill to limit the Amount of
wearing apparel which trave.ers may bring
into this country free of dutv were passed.
The vote on the tin plate bill was: Yeas, iui;
liavs, .V). A hill was passed amending tho
land forfeiture bill of lies). The bill provid
inga local government for I'luli was passed,
as was also the hill regulating car coupling.
Lacking a quorum on the California debris
bill the House adjourned. -
Sati kiiay. The sundry civil appropria
tion hill occupied almost exclusively the at
tention of the Senate to-day. Alter a brief
executive session the Senate adjourned.
in the Houe the silver bill was placed on
the calendar. The naval appropriation bill
was referred to a conference committee. The
postotlice appropriation bill and the pension
appropriation hill were passed. The House
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOKEES AD
JOURN. The Last Day's Proceedings of a Remark
able Religious Convention.
The last day of the great convention of
Christian Kndeavor at New York occurred
Sunday morning with sprayer meeting in
the Mudison Square Irnrdeii, conducted by
M. H. Fennel, of Huston. About 10,0110
delegates were present, and after several
oruyers and much hymn singing the meet
ing took a recess.
At the afternoon session reports were re
ceived from the Committee on Conferences,
under the direction of William Shaw, Treas
urer of the United Society, who rcKirted
that the greatest enthusiasm bud been mani
fested by the delegates at the different de
nominational rallies held during the con
vention. At one of them $1,600 had been
subscribed for the completion of a mission
ary church in Salt Lake City. The friends,
or Ouukera. he also said, formed a Christian
Kndeavor Society at yesterday's rally of
their delegates. Irs D.'Hantcy spoke on tha
subject of Christian Kndeavor in Great
UriiHin. He had just returned, he said,
from a six-months' campaign with Mr
Moody in Scotland and Knglund.
. SIX YOUNG MEN DROWNED.
They Bad Crons Boating- in a Big; Wax
Montreal, July 6. Seventeen member!
of the tirand Trunk Boating club rowed to
St. Helen's island in a 30-foot war canoe,
and after enjoying themselves and while it
was still light started to row back. They
bad to make their way against a strong cur
rent unci the fragile canoe was capsized. The
upsetting of the bout was witnessed by
. several residents of St. Lambert, who went
' tp their assistunoe, but only succeeded in
nving 11 of the crew. Tha drowned are:
Thomas O'Brien. 23; Howard Hansom, 22;
Ernest Hoe, 22; lidwin Slon, 20; J. Mulligan,
2? aiid a young man name unknown.
pinksrtons Refused Llosnse.
Dkrvkb, July U. Governor Koutt refused
to renew the license of the l'inkertons. The
'u of the Pinkertons at tha Crested Bulla
strike and the Burlington strike aroused the
.'feelings of the Colorado workmen against
ithelr employment iu this State. It is said
the Finkertons will make another' attempt
. hays ths license granted.
SURVEY Ot THE CR0r-B.
Conditions in Various Statss at thi
Present Tims and tha Prospsota.
The week has been cooler than tisnit
throughout tho districts east of the Hoekj
Mountains. The seasonal conditions ol
moisture remain substantially the same ni
reported last week, except In Iho lower Ink
region and on the Atlantic coast, when
there has been a marked Increase in tin
seasonable ruinfall. Special telegraphic ro
ports follow :
Pennsylvania Local storms have great!)
damaged crops, particularly by hail on ,lmn
L'i am I July I. I 'orn growing lincly; harvest
w ill be general after to-dav. much grass cut
crops are generally in good condition.
Tennessee 'mid growing weather: corn
and tobacco doing well; wheat licinj thresh
ed: some complaint of mould In shock hi
rain: second crop of clover coming on rapid
ly: cotton beginning to bloom; crops good.
Kentucky All crops improved; corn Intt
but growing rapidly; tobacco prii'prsts line
wheat threshing begun; some (liimace to
grain in shock from rain and high w inds
late fruit falling from trees.
Iowa Haying and winter grain harvest
begun; corn two weeks late, but generally
clean a id ms-ds warm weather to mature.
Illinois Harvesting completed in south,
cm portion, progressing rapidly In central:
some wheat damaged by high wind ami
rain on L'd; some complaint of rust; out
countv reports cinch bugs in corn.
Indiana Weather tavorable to harvest
ing, hut too cool for com; wheat is in shock
in southern portion: harvest cotitlnius III
ventral, and hits commenced in northern
Wet Ylri-lnla Wheat harvesting about
finished and threshing commenced; heaviest
yield in years; Joats heading; corn growing
rapidly, fair stand; hay harvest com meliceu,
Ohio I 'orn and potatoes growing well;
oats in ifood condition: wheat ill shock ill
southern, neing harvested in middle and
rcaily to harvest in northern section; somu
camaire from rust, insects and smut.
Michiiran Weather continues too wet fol
crops and farming operations; corn siinering
for want of cultivation; wheat improving;
oals ami barley in good condition on weii
Missouri Wheat and clover harvest
Hearing completion in southern, progressing
in central and beiiiiiiiing in northern por
tions; oats ripening: corn ireneriillv clean,
with much improved conditions, disastrous
hailstorm in west central portion, slightly
rool f-r corn; model harvest weather; out
look steadily improvinc:.
Arkansas Com Improved; where rain has
fallen cotton continues to improve slowly,
though from two to three weeks late and
generally n bad gland; wheat and oats har
vested and yield above an average.
Mississippi i.inditions not favorable to
niton, but moderately favorable to other
crops anil iwtutoes doiiig well.
CONDITION OF BUSINESS.
Congress and Labor Troubles are the
Only Disturbing Factors.
It. (J. Dun it Co.'s Weekly lieriew nf
Ti nilc says: Crop proqiects are fair and
grain and cotton are weaker. Manufac
tures of nil kinds arc active, excent Iron
works stopped by a dispute about .ages,
andjtrade is nniisally active for midsummer.
The passage of the Silver bill hy the Semite
wus followed by exports of t:i,700,iIO gold
last Saturday undliipmen(s this week will
probably re.icli I.OOl.iW), though foreign
exchange has recently weakened and the
amount shinned may bo reduced. The ex
ports of specie have not tint) far affected
stocks, but, on tho contrary, reports that
thcSilver bill will not pass the House have
helped a recovery of about tl ier sliure in
the stock market.
The Anti-Option bill lias been reported by
the Senate without recommendation, the
committee being in doubt whether the rem
edy pinposcil would he defective or uncon
stitutional. The prospect that the bill will
be brought to a vote lias tended to depress
trading on commercial exchanges.
The strike and stoppage of many iron
works and the bloody atrugglo at Home
tend have caused a stronger demand for fin
ished products nf iron and steel, while pig
iron is overloaded and weaker and the
Thomas Company has reduced its prices for
No. 1 anthracite to fl.aO per ton, which is
believed to lie the lowest price ever recorded.
Sales of 10,000 tons of steel rails havo been
made bv Kastem works and the segregate
for tne half year has been rW0.iii.Ki with iiou.
UiM) tons actually delivered which corres
ponds w ith the 'decrease in railroad building
nil the prospect tlnit the new miluuge for
Iho year will be on ly about 3,000.
At Cleveland tnufo in most lines Is good
ind in all greater t!:an last year, except in
iron. At Cincinnati the harness strike has
been settled and the carriage trudc is better,
though not up to the average. Business at
Detroit is good lor the season und crop pros
The growth of Western trade may bo in
Icrrod irom Chicago receipts, which exceed
last year's 'Si per cent, in cuttle and hogs, ;i.'l
per cent, in com, 60 per cent, in
irejsed beef, about double in Hour,
,-urcd meats, lard, cheese, hides and wool,
tnd four times nst year's in wheat, oats and
rye. (ieneral trade is larger than a year ago
ind the deimtnd for money slightly better.
Fine weather bolus crop "prospects in Wis--oiisin
and trade is better than last year ut
St Paul and Minneapolis, with a good lum
ber business and the Hour output P.17,000
barrels, against Pil.oiK) lust year.
Trade in groceries and dry goods is very
tetive at Omaha, and collections exccptioii
illy good, while money goes begging. At
Kansas City trade is good for tho season
with fair receipt of products, und lit St.
Louis business is strong in all lines, witli
improved prosoecU for corn und wheat, in
'.he South trade is seasonably dull, though
iteadily improving at Nashville and shows
nrighter prosiccis ut Savannah, hut very
little improvement is seen at Now Orleans.
Speculation has been inactive. Foreign
irauc is fully maintained. In general, the
cessation of labor troubles and sensible ac
tion by Congress would leuvo tho situation
Sxeeptionally favorable for the season.
liiiitincs failures during the Inst seven
lay number for the United Stales l,s,
I'unadu Is, total 170. as compared with 107
Lust week, loo and H7 lor the correal judiug
weeks of last year.
A DISASTROUS FIRE.
Oyer $3,000,000 Qoas Up in Smoke in
- Christiana, Norway.
Ciiiiiktiaxa, July 11. A disastrous firs
broke out hers and half of the best part of
the town is in ruins. A large area was de
vastated, So6 of the principal houses and nu
merous public buildings, including a sav
ings bank and the postomce, large saw mills
and an extensive timber yard being destroy
ed. Only the walls of the for ideations
around the barracks remain standing. It is
estimated that the loss will reach the turn
Three Found Stone Dead.
Clarendon, Tux., July 7. Constable J. P.
Green, Brighum Grlasom and Bob Bell
were killed here in a street fight. Green
accompanied by fJrissom and another roan
entered a saloon, where Bell and bis brother
era. A row immediately began, the out
come of bad blood between Green and the
Bells. Firing commenced and when the
smoke cleared away three men were found
The t.eaaae Herr4.
The following table shows the standing of
the various base ball clubs ;
Won. Lost, polled. Cent.
Boston .M....2I 4 7o
Brook I v n if) .... 2.r ! im
Philadelphia 41. ...'.'X il (Ill
Cincinnati 42. ...HO tV (W!
Cleveland . , .3:) ft Ml
l'lttshurgh 8l....:i7 3 4WI
AYashltigtoti 84.... 40 A 4.MI
Chicago 30. ...37 4 4IH
New York 31.. ..40 4 1.17
St. Louis 2. ...42 4 inn
Louisville 20... .40 ,1 .W
Baltimore 10. ...ft 7 201
COLORED MEN APPEAL.
A National Convention for the Benefit
of the Race,
.Cm-tssATi, July 0. The nsfionnl enn
rnnlion of colored men of the United States
to consider the Interests of the raco was held
here. Mr. Daniel A. lludd of this city, who
lias been the leader, In the matter, announo
rd that It was changed from a delegate con
vention to a mass meeting and that no cre
dentials were required. There were a bund
rislsor more men In the church and a few
women. Speeches wero made by various
persons present, the most notable being one
by Merry weather of Arkansas, who predict
ed that tho negroes In the South would turn
on the whites and revenge their wrongs.
Itesolutions were passed nppeallng to the
American people for the privilege of eating,
their bread and abiding In their homes in
peace; cautioning the negroes to live lives
which would command tho respect of the
whites, and asking thaf. ft military academy
be established In Washington where colored
youths might obtain a ihoMugh tactical and
A STEAMER'S BOILER EXPLODES.
Twenty Two Passenaers Klllnl Outright,
Fotty Injured and Four Will Die.
CifcNKVA, July 11. A terrible accident oc
curred Saturday ut Ouchy, on tlie Lake of
Geneva. The boiler of the s'eamer Mont
Blanc, plying on the lake, which was lying
at her pier at Ouchy, exploded. Twenty-two
of those on heard the steamer wero killed
outright and four more will die. Forty were
injured. The victims were chiefly Knglish
and French women and children tourists.
TUT Wltol.l-SAt.l! PRICK AMR OIVFS) BFI.OW.
1IIIN, FI.OI U ANDFEIUl.
WHEAT-No. 2 Bed $ f M I f0
No. 3 Bed ttt H7
COIIN No. 2 Yellow ear... M M
II igh Mixed ear M M
Mixed ear 4H f0
Shelled Mixed fil l2
OATH-No. 1 White 40 41
No. 2 White 30 40
No. 3 White 3 30
Mixed 3l 37
KYK No. 1 I'll it Ohio.... K" t7
No. 2 Western 83 HI
Fl.oril Fancy winter pat' 4
Fancy Spring patents 4 81 o 10
Fanc'v Si might winter.... 4 H fi 10
XXX' Bakers 4 2.- 4 f-l
live Flour 4 7 5 no
HAY Haled No. 1 Tim'y.. 1.1 M 14 00
Baled No. 2 Timothy 11 12 on
Mixed Clover 11 00 12 ("I
Titnothv from country... 13 00 l." 00
FI'IIAW Wheat II rsi
Oats 7 to R on
J FKD-No. I W'h Md V T 10 00 HI Wt
Brown Middlings 14 00 14 fin
Bran 13 Mt 14 00
chop I I no 1H no
iniiiv i iiopri rs.
Bl'TTF.It F.lgin Creamery 21 23
Fancy Creamery HI 1
Fancy country full lft 17
choice country roll 12 14
Low grade A "cooking. .. . II 10
t il KF.SF.-0 New cr m mild 7 8
New York Goshen 0 In
Wisconsin Swiss t ricks.. 11 l.l
Wisconsin Sweitzer 14 1.1
Limhurger 12 13
HII IT AMI VKOtrrAIILRS.
AlTLfcS-Funcy, V hbl... ft 01 ft Ml
Fair to choice, ft bill.... 3 (NI 3 Ml
BFANS Select, 'ft Im 1 HO 2 00
I'a iV. O Leans, i hbl 1 00 1 70
Limn Beans 3 4
Yellow danvers i hbl.... 2 !0 2 7.1
Yellow onion, V bbl 1 Ml 2 00
Spanish, '( crate 1 21 1 40
IBU.GK New Vciute... 150 17.1
'i l l'ATOKS
Choice from store, bu 4.1 Ml
Irish on track 'ft bu 30 HI
Dressed duck t'tb
Dressed turkevs II
Live Spring chickens S pr
Live Ducks V pr
Live Geese f4 fir
Live Turkevs fttli
K it IS I'a A Ohio fresh ....
FEATI I Fits
Extra liveGeese V lb
Not Extra live geese "tllb
2 0.1 2 00
1 40 1 60
TA LLOW Country, V Tb , . .
BEEDS West Meil'm clo'cr
RAtlS Country mixed ...
HONEY White clover....
WHEAT No. 2 Bed
BYE No. 2
CO UN Mixed
WHEAT New No. 2. Bed..
COIIN No. 2, Mixod
OATS No. 2, While
Bl'TTEH Creamery Extra.
EGGS i'a.. Firsts
3 2.1rti f 4 20
14 15(3 $4 UO
FLOITR Patents 5 00 6 00
WHEAT So, 2 Bed 811
BYE Western 83 89
COltN Fngriided Mixed...,. 67 60
OATS Mixed Western 87 80
BI'TTEIt Creamery 15 20
EGGS State and l'enn 14 15
L1VI-KTIN K IIKPOKT.
EAST L1UKHTY, PlTTHIlima STOCK YARDS.
Prime Steers 4 80 to 4-75
Fair to Good 8 00 to 4 20
Common 8 (HI to 8 80
Bulls and dry cows 160 to 8 25
Yeul Calves 4 60 to 6 50
Heavy rough calves 2 60 to 8 60
Fresh cows, per head 20 00 to 4.1 00
rrime05 to 100-lb sheep.... ' 4 05 to 5 25
Common 70 to 75 tb shoep... 8 00 to 8 23
Yearlings 6 10 to 6 75
Bprinu Lambs 4 60 to 6 26
riilladeiphla bogs ,
Corn Yorkers .............
6 70 to 6 90
4 IM) to 6 10
8 00 to 4 00
Poshatt Ihh Pianist.
The man of f fish Ion without t fad
in few and far between. As a rule
he (loci not make the public a confi
dant, but nevertheless ho pursues. 1st
studies with that quiet bearing- and
decorous tone which tire ever tho dls
tlnfrulshlng traits nf tho true frentle-,
man. He never blazon his arrnm
plishmcnts before the world, bcrniis'a
lie needs no notoriety. J low few
there are In general society who are
nware that Foxhall Kcetic, the best
cross-country rider and the most
during horseman In foclety, Is a pian
ist of real ability. There nro tltnei
when, in the vor.y homo of an Inti
mate friend, lie hits loose the shack
les of conventionality and plays with
tho Inspiration which freedom in
spires, and with the absolute touch
of a nihstcr. It Is seldom that he
can be Induced to play In the larger
pathcrlni'S of his society friends,
lint Kcene Is not the only pianist ol
note In tho ranks of fashionable
"I had occasion not long ago to at
tend u reception," said a society gen
tleman to a New Orleans Times
Jtcmocrat man the other day, "at
which there was a lack of that usual
quota of paid entertainers so cus
tomary and so necessary to the suc
cess of a large 'affair.' Hut the host
ess, who had Invited only her imme
diate circle, had arranged a surprise
with that tact which Is a part or all
real fashionable women. It con
sisted of a trio, with Fred Iltilkely ns
pianist, Hermann (lelrichs us violin
ist, and Tom Howard ns an expert
player on the note. 1 hoy gave a
Beethoven symphony, and It was
played with nil the skill lhat lima
practice and real Interest give to tin
musician. The flute accompaniment
was particularly sweet."
Long-distance photography Is ren
dered quite successful by a new cam
era with a telescope objective, which
consists of a concave, lens of short
focus and a convex lens of consider
able length of focus. These) are put
at a certain distance apart, depend
ing on the difference of the two foci.
Hy the laws of optics this arrange
ment projects an Inverted imago of
nn object at a long distance from, tho
There used to be a giant species of
tortoise In Mauritius. Van Neck,
the discoverer of the dodo, found
some there which were so largo that
six men could be seated In a single
shell. Another authority states that
2,000 or 3,00(1 of them wcresouietluirs
seen In one drove.
Stand back n llttlo and give Ferd
Ward another chance. A man should
not be killed for a sioglo mistake.
The pleasant effect and iwrfcct safety with
wble 'miles may oe the California liquid
laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions,
makes It their favnrllo remedy. To get the
true and genuine article, limk for I he name of
the California Fig Syrup Co., printed nour tho
bottom of the package.
"HofND iibout town" Crooked Boston'
Btatb or Onto, City or Toi.sno, I
Ll'I'AM ( 'OI1NTV, f
Frank ,1, Ciikm v makes nath that he Is the
senior iiarturr nf the linnet ''. J. Ciiknkv Ac
Co., doing lmslnts in the City of Toledo,
t.'otinlv ii nil Stale atnreHiitd, and that said linn
will pay ilie sum of onk iiiinomkii ihii.i.akm
for each and every case orCiitarrli that cannot
be cured by the use ut IIali.'h ( 'ata Him Ciihk.
I' hank .1. Ciiknkv.
Sworn to before me and sultserllssl lu mv
presence, this Ulh duy of l ei ends-r. A. I IHHll.
( I A. W. lil.KASON.
jsKAi, J. Aoturg'uiillr.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally anil
acts directly uiHin the blood and mucous sur
faces ol the system. Send for testimonials,
F. .1. Ciiknky A Co., Toledo, O.
W Bold by DriiKKisls. 7.'
Ot:n national bird the Foul. racfe.
The Dreaded rsleeplns Car.
Coughs, Colds and Pneumonia areeontrarted
In the T'alHce Sleeper spite of all precautions,
riiv le, and that Is to bo armed with a Isiltlo
of Or. llmsle's Certain Croup Cure. Ibis is
not only aciire, but a u nun cut preuentiwi of
Ci'i.Un miU I'ai iiiii iiUk. Sold by prominent
driiKKlsts. tuic. Manufactured by A. V. ilox
sie. liultalo. K. Y.
Till! prize ring seems to he the leading
place to "strike a man for cash". i'uefc.
"I have found your Hradvcrotlne a sure cure
for headache." A. It. Hanks, Mimnunii l'oak.
leua. All drugulsts, fifty cunts.
If afflicted with soreeyns use !r. J soon Thorn n
ton's Kye-water. lirugglstssell at'K) per bottle.
V N II UN U'jT
Cured mo of Goitre or
swellinirs In the nt'.k
which 1 had from 10 years
old till I was 63. When 1
began taking Hood's Bur
uiiuirlllu 1 wus fueling so
discouraged with goitre
and rheumatism. When
.Jpjjjl caught cold I could not
W O.-.l I 1 MI LKV Wllllllllll
Krs. Sutherland, rntsitlnar. Now 1 nut fn-e
from it all and lean truly recoinniend Hoodo
Sarsaparilla." Mua. Anna buxukiiuANu,
Kalauia .uo. Mluli.
HOOD'S PILUS are f he S5taftcrdlnrior
Pills. Thoy assist digustlnu and cure heuilache.
filtould Havo It In The House,
limpptd on BuyaVf Children Z,oe
to take Jonssns's asodvnr Ijsihknt for Croup,CoMs,
Hurt) TtiriMit, Tonsllms, rolld,CnimHi anil 1'iUns. Ho
llevri ull HunitiikrCiiiiploliits,l'iiuiaiiil llnilHt-n like
niAKlo. Bolrt everywhere. I'rli-e Use. I.y nisll: hetltes
kiliiwi paid, fl. La. JUH.NooN acil.,liuiTtis,kuuis,
OO YOU READ AOVERTISEMENT8T
THAT'S WHAT WB WAHT TO NKU OOT.
TothetlrsiaiwhoniTntlantklaiiaper sad ssk
fortrssplsliif eurl50liiU on ft wonlhly pny
nenu Id CtslFFITM.t;hU..;.eoiu rue
rv aubui h we nlll send a r.el,t for sIO, il.usl
en ny lets hereatlor rjouiilit ot ui to the Beit !()
Srre , irll.slou to the Worm's s'ltlr. Try III
HI linniliMS CO. 4US Uiat f bum, UOutM
boo o o o oocTo
O stimulate tlio torpid liver, strengthen Q
tbm ril(U organs, rraulata thw
Olmwals, and aro uiuxiualesl anna nnt I- a
hllluus mmliclne. I small. JPrie,!
UAfl. AW HU 4i 41 I'ni'lc l'laoa. M. V.
A 4 'emr'nlii Newspaper erar On treat.
77lf riffsbifrffh 'iron(rf-7Wornth Is snlit hr
all News Agents and ilrllvnred hy Carrier
every where, for (Ins Out a copy or Nr Cunts a
week. It eontnlns dully, tbs news of the
world, receiving ns It dons, the report" of hot Ii
thn Associated Press and the t'lilted Truss. No
oilier pfippr which sells for lias Out receives
noui or ineso repins. iisrsporTing, F inancial,
Fashion. and Household lletisrtniiints am un
equaled. Order It from your News Agout.
Htcs. tlrAOAcim, lassitude, weakness and
loss of apidlfn caiisiiI hy malaria can bs hu
luislliilely cured by Heechnln's Pills,
with Catarrh, finally and completely,
or you havo $500 in cash.
That's whnt is promised yon, no
matter how had your caso or of how
long standing, by tho proprietors of
Dr. Sarjo's Catarrh Remedy.
Catarrh can lio cured. Not with
tho poisonous, irritating snufTs and
strong, catistio solutions, that simply
pallia! o for a time, or perhaps, drive
Iho diseaso to tho lungs but with
Dr. Sato's Itemedy.
Tho worst rases yield to its mild,
soothing, cleansing nnd healing prop
erties. "Cold in tho Head," needs
lint a few applications. Catarrhal
Headache, and all the effects of Ca
tarrh in tho Head such as offen
sive breath, loss or impairment of
tho senses ot taste, smell and hear
ing, watering or weak eyes aro at
oni'O relieved and cured.
In thousands of cases, where ev
orything else has failed, Dr. Sage's
Remedy has produced perfect nnd
permanent cures. That gives its
Fropnetors laitii to make tne oiler,
t'a 8500, or a cure. They mean
to pay you, if they can't cure you.
Rut they mean to cure you, and
Kidney, Liver and, Bladder Cure.
Itiimlmtro, pnln In jolnfHortmrk, brick rtitrt In
urliu, t'n'iin nt ivilK irrlt ut Hn, iufhitiiittUin,
Ci uvl, ultsrtitloii or euturrh of bladii'T.
Impaired dlirosHon. ffout, rillllous-hondsetiei,
KWttl P-ltCOT i nn-s khlw v ilillirulti.-s,
iMllrliiiie, urlimiy troulil". tirlyht'sdiseuiio.
Gorof ulit, miilarln, rtcn'l weakness ordchlllty,
tlnnrnntee Vn eonfents of One rinttli- If nttt Ivn
Sfltisl, llniKKl-its Kill mliinil to yut. .lis pri' so,l.
At Driiitclslo, AOe. Nle, l,OOSIo.
"Inmll.h' (lutein to llmlth"fre-Conmiltstlnn frssa
Da. Kn.uKaA Co.. Hinoiiauton.N. Y.
" I am Post Master here and keep
a Store. I have kept August Flower
for sale for sonic time. I think it is
a splendid medicine." K. A. Bond,
P. M., Pavilion Centre, N.Y.
The stomach is the reservoir.
If it fails, everything fails. The
liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the
heart, the head, the blood, the nerves
all go wrong. If you feel wrong,
look to the stomach first. Put that
right ai once by using August
Flower. It assures a good appetite
and a good digestion. 0
IT IH A IHTV you own your
arir nml lamtly to not Ik bunt
vnluo lor your moneys Krono
in your iboiwoar by iur
chiiMliitf V. I,. OoHtflna H lion a,
which rrprpnont the brnt vnliio
fr prlroa ankudf aa) ibouaaoila
Mr TAKE NO 8UBHTITUTE.
COPYWOhT 'rail 1
ACtf rno ui nmini ici ounce such substitutions ere rrauuuient ana auujrat w pruawu
MOR rUtl W. L. UUUuLAo onUllO tioo, by law for olitainlnir money under false prelvneea.
If not for etilo la your place aend direct to Furtory. Mtailntr kind also and width
wanted. Pnttuue free. Will (five excluaWe aali to Uu dealers and ceneralmer
oiiaula wbero 1 bavo ao aveuta. rite lor Cutulouue. W 1. loatilaa 11 rock ton. 31 sum.
LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES
lei fnumatioeuanion and olid Tlrsa.
liijali riuliim r--l I laws, oi atsaa,
JOHN P. LOVCLL ARMS CO..Mfr.tM7 WiiMagtos St, BOSTON, MASS-
!Utnr should Ii'
assisted to throw
does It so well, so
promptly, or to
safely as Swlft'i
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
r t three years I was troubled With mala
rial ilsr-i, which caused mr aipetlti to fail,
and I was greatly reduced In flesh, and lifs
lost all Its charms. 1 tried mercurial and
potash remedies, but to no effect. I could
Ret no relief. I thtrt deckled to try "1
A few bottles of this wonderful UT MiituJI
medicine mndo a complete and permanent
cure, and 1 now enjoy betlcr-bealth than ever.
J. A. Kicn, Ottawa, Kan.
Our book on Blood and filtlu Diseases
Bwin Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
" r rt it ii h
" MoTitrss' Frif.no " h a scientific
ally prepared Liniment, every ingre
dient of recognized value and in
constant tne by Hie medical pro
fession. These ingredients are com
bined in a manner hitherto unknown
ryi ATUPn ci
WILL DO rll that Is claimed for
It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
l.evsens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " Motiifrs " niaileil FREE, con
fjining valuable information and
Sehtbv express on rrrrlptof price $1.50 per hottls
BRADFIt-LD RCOUI AIOR CO., Sllsnts.Qa.
BOI.Il II V A I.I. liHIKIOlfiTs).
Pis Ussst Tnonrsos, the
rnnst noted phrl;ian of Eng
Isnd, .TJl tint mora than
half of nil dlsetuci eoint.- front
mm In diet
lkffi Fo1" for FrM Sample of
VOVvr-7'.fcw-SOtrflell T to i wen
I'Wb. AS-i-'i4Slh Flrwt, New York City.
of imt mttt In u it n rn Hick llisa-rlm h!
nn urn- hf nrnFivra
wlili I'.Kti s, Kiisinvis, and hslnts which sula I
i:n-nnii'is, in nro ins iron, snn inirii mi.
The r.l-InK Hun Hlove rollh Is Brilliant, Odor- I
lei, lliirnlil'-. nrul 11m roiisiiiner pays fur no tla I
or Kills parktise with every piirrha-.. I
T SrSk ,,, .,-), ,,,.. ., I..U..I.
purify tiie IiIiksI. are snfa ami ef'f
in riM. Tho lnt !rcr.'-Tat FsirillyZ
lit, ilii nie known fur hilintmni an 7.
tJuriHtliifilioii, fivHiM-p-la. Kim
3fK'aiyf Ilrcalli, lli'sdsrhn, llnirfrnirn, Iisn
iv.'X'fW ' J'ltll.-, knlal U.iii-i.n.
Vitlf' I.ili.ful lilrotlim, liinplis, Hailow
Coinpli'ilnn, Ttrnl Foi-Hntf, autl
" etery inmptom or ilwase, resnlliuff from Impiiri'
Vliloi.il, nra f jil'irr ly Iho flot'-arh. liver fir Intentlne
Sin s-rfipmi flieir p-oir finii-tinns. Pen-fms jrivru to
Z.iv,.rK.allrifraii-l-Deilli1 hy lalrlna TA 11 1'f.r after
Auiu-h iml. I'rlri-.h nialt.lifiiwlSi 1 bottle. Ifte. Ad,
I,lnHTIIE IUI'AKSTIKMIfAI.('0 ,IOSj,meeSt..N.Y.'
a fenis H Mtiteni r.ii.iii w per e,ni arum.
v av j a waw
Tiitrher'n Fly KIUr In oprtnln dfiith. File, mm ae-trnt-ifst
lu It mi.i klllftl at oni. Tlir dn not live to
away. V- It fwly. l-aiiroy ttitlr ewe and pr.
nt rfprosiuftlon. Alw auk for Dututier'a and
K0( bst rftiit.
FBED'K DUTCHER DRUG C0.t
BT. AfJA!s, VT.
RKHT IS TIIE WORLD.
Its wearing fiuulltles are unsurpMseil. setaallj
entlastlna three Uoxns or anvothnr brati.l. Not
aflacl.-l Ly heat. e-JF.T T1IK liKNlliil.
FOR KALK BY UKALKKH IIIlNKKAIXY.
Pluo'a nemtAf for Catarrh la tha
Hit. Knnlfit to Uif. and i"hoapwt.
Huld by drutcxiKU or wnt by mall,
too. . T. HaxvUlna. War ran, i'a.
5fk OIK '""
Itlf J'W-lr. VaUlMt, latblvfftU. MS. rialM
hurst f it-Vflrv sTod u mr. mm all klndi a
mMkl Willi cH,trllfe'rr fitektl, f.aitTrtac. H eapital. Ktstj;
bouM bu rimmU hvmIIdi plavUng. U.O.Ukxw 4 Osk,(MasBlMsliU.
1ATKNTH PENHIONrtl-iVntlfor Inrentv
J or'H unl.lo .ir Mow u otHHln a Huunr, stiil (u
Vlpfntot VhWttfS und JIOIJNTV I.AWrt.
I'A T tll k. O'l A Kit Kf a, W AHI I N'l 1 1 ., l. C.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
THE BEST SHOE IH THE WORLD FCR THE MONEY.
A innliiaiwrd ah no, lhat iMH not rfp, fln calf, wiratau,
amuoih lu.sKiu, Htjxitilt, more cJtnforti.bie.tyltU and du rattle tbaa
any ntbrr li(ti evi-r mid M tiio prlcos iiuUa vuhIoiu wade ahuca
ctiittng fnmi $4 to
C and ."J llnud-aawnil, flnitcnlf nhoM. Tha rowrt atytUh.
j) fasiy a.itl(luraiils,uieH ever mIU at tbeac prlcoa. They equal
Jinn troporul dhoeacoktluK from a to $12.
C;0 00 Follco Hhoe, worn hy farmer an J all others who
9a want a yootl Uvuvyrolf, three at.itU, extrniikA mlQ ahoe,
mnj to walk In, and will If cop the feet dry nud warm.
A dl) Kino t'filf, and Worklniimrn'a Bhoea
J9a wlil kh more Wuar fr the numey tlion any oilier make.
Tbey are madn for arrvice. Tha tncreaalng aaias alxow that work-lWrni-n
havo fouml Utla out.
rinyci Si and Voatha' l.tl Wrbool fthaea aro
D"akf I w worn, by the Uuj a evorjwhero, I he muai aurvloe
able hftii mlf! at tluiu prkfa.
A aiie Qt b.l llnnd-Hewrd, 9'J.jSO. 99 and fl.TJ
b n laaf ILi3 bhoea f-r M Ihmjm are n.eUw of the best lou
SYilaornnaCair.aa aekirro. rney are Teryt.iyiit.tt.com
lortable and durable. The $3 alioe equala cm torn mode
allies couin fnm $4 t $. Ladiea whoWlab tuacuoo
tulxo In tht-lr footwear are nnd ing this out.
A IT I ON. iewanof dealers so betltutlngf shoes with
out W. L. IxtUK-as' name aud the rlf tMm ped on bottom.
ana oanta. an atni.a
Star Drop Porainai. Staal
Tubing. Adjuitabl. BaM Boating, ta all running aaftt.
wisiuaing rauaia .uapanaion aauaio.
Strictly man QRASHC in Enry Particular.
Ilea Mats la sUsiss for oar IMuaxa lllastrales ssla-1
ttiaaa, Mtuitin, aaurtinn wwiaa, waj
dead on the floor,