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tvnmhrjof Conp'w&Ional Proceeding?.
tfAgtHKOTON, TiiUrtdjr, Dec 8.Morrill
tton, atiumtttlnjr a list of the names of ofllccra,
clerks and other employes on the rolls of the
uriwrtmcni, witu BflJano.9, tic. 'iaDICd anil
Ordered printed, Bills were introduced and rc
Ttferrcd a follows ! lly Pendleton, to prorlde
vitA the principal officers of each executive) de
partment mv occupv seats on the floor of the
Senate and Uouso: also a bill to amend certain
sections of tho revised statutes concerning taxes
on deposits In banks ; by Cockrcll, to amend tho
rcrlscd itatutcs, providing that every ofllccr
and soldier who served during the recent rebel
lion for CO days and was honorably discharged,
and In caso of his death, his widow and minor
children shall be entitled to 160 acres of public
land not otherwlcc reserved or appropriated;
by l'lumb, to rctlio Judges of the United States
courts after ten years' service at TO -Tears, and
alter twenty years' service, at 05 years. The
bill Qranting to Mrs. Garucld the frank
ing jprlvlleco pasted without objection, being
the first bill of the session to pass tho Senate.
Pending tho motion to adjourn Davis addressed
tho Benatc, calling attcn Ion to tho fact that
Eth of December was the fiftieth anntacrsarr
the day Isaac Dussctt, Doorkeeper of the 8cn tc,
became connected with the Senate, having en
tered service as a page through tho Influcnccc
Daniel Webster. He said. "I am sure the sen
timent on all sides Is cordially expressed when 1
wish him health and happiness In the namo of
the Senate of the United States." Adjourned
Washington, Friday, Dec. 9. Taylor, of
Ohio, had a resolution to offer for the appoint
ment of a committee to audit the expenses
attended on the Illness and death of
President Garfield. llaieHon, of Wisconsin,
objected to It at . the present time. Mills,
of Texas, appeared ami was sworn In. The
Speaker announced the following committee on
mileage: Bmltb, of Pennsylvania: Ryan, Paul,
Cobb and McKtnzlc. Tho following comprise
the committee on the death of President Gar
field: McKlnley, Pacheco, Belford, Wait,
Forney, Dunn, .Martin, Davldton of Florida,
Stephens, Cannon, Orth Kasson, Anderson,
Carlisle. Gibson, Dlnglcy, McLanc, llarrls,
of Massachusetts, Ilorr, Dunncll,
Hooker, Ford, Valentine. Cassldy,
Hall, Hill of New Jertcy, Cox of New York,
Vancc.Georgc, O'Neill, Chase. Aiken, Petti
bone, Mills, Joyce, Tucker, Wilton, and WJ.
Hams of Wisconsin. The House adjourned un
WASmxoTON. Mondav, Dec. 12. Tho Scnaie
confirmed tho nomination of Ficllnghnysen as
Secrttary of Btate. Senator Edmunds Introduc
ed a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treas
ury to pay all necessary and reasonable ex
penses Incurred In behalf of thp lato Presi
dent Gatflcld. provided tho aggrcgato shall
not exceed $100,000. Tho chair submitted a
rnembrlal from the Legislature of Minnesota
" fir tho Improvement of tho Mississippi river
from St. Anthony's Falls to New Orleans. A
petition was presented asking for the abolition
of the tax on bank checks. Bills wcro Intro
duced and referred as follows: By Ed
munds, for defraying the extra liabilities
and expenses Incurred In consequence
of the assault upon the President;
also to amend section 0353 of tho revised stat
utes in reference to bigamy, and for other pur
poses; by Morrill, to enable national banking
associations to extend their corporate existence';
by McVlllan, to amend the section of tho re
vised statutes relating to the license fees of
- officials of steam vessels; by Butler, to estab
lish an educational fund nnd apply a por
tion of the proceeds of public lands to public
education; by Hoar, for the education of In
dian children, upon which ho gavo notice of
his Intention to speak; by Davis, Ot Illinois,
to establish a Court of Appeals. Blair sub
mitted n resolution Instructing the
committee on education and- labor
to Inquire Into the condition of
,. common school education of the Untied States
and report thereon, and also as to what meas
ure, In the opinion of the chairman of the com
mittee, Congress can lawfully and properly en
net In aid of such education adopted. Ad
Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 13. Petitions
were presented against unjust discriminations
In railroad charges. Hoar, from the commit
tee on rules, reported back the resolutions for
a select committee of seven, to be appointed
the chair, on the extension of suflrago
li women, or removal of their political ds
Xollitlee. He asked unanimous consent for
present consideration of the rcsolu
"""'T Vest o jeeted. A motion was
-- to for a Belect comm tlce of five
tho condition of tlis Potomac front at
Tasbington. Pendleton spoke on the civil
mvlublll. Bills cre introduced as follows:
J j Vest, to Incorporate an lnter-ocean ship
caual company; by Morrison, reducing tarlif
in Imported ioods ten per cent; by Springer,
the approvement ot telegraph Hues and
effects, and to secure Information about
Costal telegraph service In other countries;
y Shelby, to equalize homesteads, graduate
rcduco the price of public lands to settlers;
by Page, to restrict Chinese Immigration; by
Davis, of Illinois, for n second Circuit Judge
for the Seventh Judicial Circuit ot the United
States; by Cameron (Pa.) authorizing the rc
ilreincut of AtaJ. Ken. Avcrlll. with rank nnd
py of Brigadier General ; by WIndom, author
izliitr the construction of the North Branch of
the Union Pacific lUilroad and telegraph lines.
K)gan, from tho committee on military affairs,
reported with amendments a bill to place Grant
the army retired list. Edmunds submitted
resolution requiring the President, If In his
opinion not Incompatible with the public inter
est, to communicate to tho Senate all corre-
Xndeuce between the United States audits
lomatic agents In Peru and Chill since April
11879, touching public affairs lu or bttwecu
tho o states. Agreed to. A resolution was
adopted Instructing tho committee on military
affairs to inquire what legislation was needed
to enable widows and heirs ot soldiers to
receive the benefits anil bounties due to said
soldiers whllo living and remaining unpaid at
the time of their decease. After ex
ecutive cession the Senate adjourned.
Taylor's resolution was unanimously adopt
ed, for the appointment of a select committee
of eleven to audit the claims for services during
tho President's Illness and burial, and to con
sider the question of iienslon to his family. A
resolution was adopted for a select committee
on census. Hills were Introduced as follows:
For the settlement ot tho Nicaragua
claims; to repeal tho tax on matches,
bank checks, snuff, cigars and spirits
distilled from fruits; by Henderson, lor a
Board of Commissioners of Inter-State com
merce; by Thomas, to equalize bounties; nlso
to to tax the manufacture of oleomaraorlne;
by Sherman, to apportion representation lu
Cougress according to tho tenth census; by
Townscnd, ot Illinois, In relation to tho admis
sion of Territories as States into the Union;
by Calkins, iclativo to civil service reform;
byShenvln, proposing a constitutional amend
ment for tho electing of postmasters by tho
people; by Brown, of Indiana, proposing an
amendment fixing the number of representa
tives in tho house at 350; by Carpenter, for tho
piotcctlon of settlers on public lands; also pro
posing a constitutional amendment fixing tlio
term of office of civil officers at four ycare; by
Anderson reducing letter iwtago to
two cents; also amending the 'timber culture
act; by Haskell, for the allotment of la ds In
ecveralty to the Indians; also to establish an
edueatloua fund; by ltyan, for ihe appoint
ment of n Missouri ltlver Commission; by
ffhUe. approprlat ng tflO.OOO.OOO for supple
mental aid to public schools; by McKlnzle,
abolishing tho duty on salt; by Turner, to
abolish the duty on agricultural Implements ; Jiy
Ki ott. to repeal all laws Impost g a tax ou
tobacco; by Ellis, to ab dish yovernment direc
tion In the Hilton Pacific ltallrood; by Gibson,
authorlzlnpAe Mississippi Klver commission
to make sOey and report on the best water
routes an' fc bes way of connecting the lakes
with theMU1"1"10, ' fay King, appro
priating flO.OOO.tXwlor improvement of tho
Mississippi rl er; by Morse, to authorize the
deposit of gold colu to bo used for clearing
home settlements; by Russelhto enlarge the
power of the department of Agriculture. Ad
nM 1 .1 17.1-
munds introduce a bill tor settling PrIolar
Him. In certain Btates and Territories. Bcik
addressed the Senate on the Presldontlal
succession, setting forth the urgent
need of action. ne apposed Garland's
biUvcstlnc file succession In Ihe Cabinet ofll
m J Mafey followed Beck, holding that the
Vice President do snot become 1'rejlueot or en-
Ji&Vn?HEth. Toath 'as ranch P dfog tho lua-
Wllty or' disability of the president, but d a-1
'lur.V , Aiitiwmv followed tii I
of tnforcouieut oiiueaetui i,u. 'v v
01 l.:i,ri-fnr. Humidors, from the
tui m 11 Tt"trVmen tie northern boundary
line of Nebraska; extending the boundary ou'
the ZortyTuTyarallel tosth MUiourl river.
The land thua transferred from Dakota to Ne
braska consists of a part of the Slonz reserva
tion. The bill, If pasncd, is not to take effect
until tho 8toux title shall have been extin
guished. Garland obtained tho floor when the
Senate went Into executive session, after which
How Iowa Tcnctie. Its Young Idea How
Wo loam from tbo Dos Moines fitjtstcr
tl.a'. Hor. C. W. von Coolln, Btrtto su
perintendent of Public instruction, is
just in tbo middlo of tho preparation of
its school report, and tho mnss of figures
nnd papers noceesary to go through
keeps tho ofllco forcd busy. From some
of tho completed pagos wo compile tho
following comparative roport:
1879. 1880. 1881.
District townships 11-10 1103 11(11
Sub-dlstrlc s 7103 7S03
Independent districts . 3189 iKHW 8173
Wliolc number of dis
tricts 4279 4351 4339
Unorrodrd 10157 10590 10741
Graded 491 503
Whole number 10951 11244
Average duration, mo's 7.35 7.40 7.40
Males employed 7573 7251 054(1
Females employed 185W 14314 15230
Whole number 21152 21593 21770
Average monthly com
pensation, males (31.71 131.10 t32.50
A-, erase monthly com
pensation, females... 20.40 20.23 27.25
1879. 1SS0. 1SS1.
Between ages of 6 and
.21 years, males 299001 2993S3 303233
Between ages of ft and
21' years, females.... 231293 2S7203 291501
Total number 577343 630551) C9I7W1
Enro'led In public
schools 431317 420057 431513
Total average attend
ance 264702 254053
Percentage of enroll
ment on total enum
eration 71.7 72.0 TiA
Percentage ot attend
ance upon enrollment 01.3 00.0 58. 8
Percentage of attend
ance upou enumera
tion...!;. 45.8 44.4 42.7
Average cost ot tuition
per month per scholar $149 II CO
EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
1879. 1880. 1SS1.
Issued 207 255 200
First grade certificates
Issued 0541 53SS 0304
Second grade certifi
cates issued 0203 8070 9121
t hird grade certificates
issued 2911 2900 3S03
Total number Issued... 13921 17753 lb524
Applicants rejected... 2700 2050 2093
Total numcr examined. 21032 20111 20510
Certificates revoked... 15 15 5
Average ago of appli
cants 22.03 22.00 23.25
No experience lu teach
ing 3029 1080 2750
Taught lees than 1 year 2901 2777 3123
Teachers wlih Qtato
certificate 33 fJ3 39
1870 1SS0 1SSI
Frame 9733 10043 10210
Brick CS0 787 701
Stone 250 219 2S7
Log : 72 07 73
Wholo number 10791 11037 11221
Value 90G0145 $92132 13 $9533493
Value '817O108 $189110 $205130
Number of volumes 22531 22009 20757
In 1819 thoro were only 319 frtuiio
and 05 brick and stono school houses in
tho state. To-day there aro 10,210 frame,
701 brick, 237 stono and 73 log institutes
There wero 98 teachers' institutes
hold in Iowa during 1881, nt which 2,
389 mslos nnd 8,992 females attended.
Til-.' compensation of school superin
tendents in tho stato for 1881 aggrega
ted 879,498, or an avorago of 8811.
Thoro aro 187 privato schools In Iowa,
employing 622 teachen, nnd with 15,
098 pupils in attendance
Tho receipts of tho school houso fund
during tVo closing year havo aggrega
ted S93C.019.58. There is now in hand
Tho condor is peculiar to tho now
world, but it npproaohoa very closoly
tho vultures of tho old continent. Tho
immenso mountain chain of tho Andes,
which runs down tho Continent of South
America, is tho nati vo stronghold whoro
these birds dwell scouroly. Thoro, in
tho regions of porpotual snow, nnd of
torn lie 6torms, fifteen thousand foot
nbovo tho iovol of tho sua, on some
isolated pinnaclo or crag it rears its
brood, and looks down on tho plains
bonoath, jot far away, for food. Thoy
build no cost, but deposit their eggs on
tho naked rocks, without surrounding
them either with straw or loaves. Of
all tho birds tho condor mounts highest
in tho ntraosphoro. Humboldt doscrJLcs
tho lllght of it in tho Andos to bo at
hast twenty thousand foot abovo tho
level of tho soa. Ho says it is a re
markable clrcumstanco that this bird
which continues to lly about In rogl?jis
whero tho air Is rariflcd, desconds nil at
onco to' tho odgo of tho sea, and thus in
a few minutes passes through all tho 9
variations of climato. When drlvon h-'n
hunger tho condor descends into tin
plains, but loavo them as soon as in
appotito is satlsliod. Liko tho rest oi'
I.s species, if subsists on carrion, and''loal namo of all tho bonoa in her body,
often gorgos Itself so tts to becomo in
capablo of flight. Tho Indians, who
aro well acquainted with this effect of
voracity, turn it to account in their
chase. For this purposo thoy oxposo
tho dead body of a horso or cow. SUmo.
i , . . , r.ir
of tho condors, which tiro gonorally . mother sho will nuot calmly nnd in
hovering in tho air in soaroh of food, 'Volligontly tho accidents and illnesses
aro speodlly attracted. Assoon as thoy Plyhleh aro inovitablo.ln ovory family.
havo cluttod themsolvos on tho carcsrys, V
tho Indians mako their nppearanco,
armed with tho lasso, and tho condors
being- unablo to osoapo by lllght nrol
n.n.frht. hv tl.l. Blnolnr wnunnn. M
bolng' unablo to osoapo by 111;
caught by this singular weapon
9 E, L. Lowereo, Esq., cashier of tho
Cincinnati Southern ltaiuoau, says tho
Cincinnati Enquirer, was cured by St.
Jacobs' Oil of a stubborn caso of rheu
matism, which wouldn't jieldto phy
sicians' treatment. Brooklyn Eagle,
Said tho teacher: " 'And it caru.6 to
paa wnon King Hezoklah hoard it, that
.1 in.i i - t.i
Up went a litll, hand
"Woll, if you know, toll us." "Plcaso,
ma'am," said tho child llmldly, "I
s'poso ho hired 'em out.'
THE IOWA SOLONS.
a tor Fnrmeratlmti I-nwj-crs, nnd Ohio Men
Seem to Abound,
Tlio nlntcenth general nssomply of Io
wa, which meets at Dos Molnos tho 10th
of January next, will bo composod of
160 mombors 60 sonators nnd 100
members of tho houso. Your corre
spondent has been nt somo pa'ns and
labor how much may bo Judged by tho
character of tho work bolow to gall.or
facts and information concerning tho
porsonnol of this body., From tho cor
rcspondonro had with members on tho
sanutoiial nnd tomporanco qticstlonsand
from other sources have tho facta boon
gathered which wero needed in prepar
ing tho coniploto biographical directory
of tho Iowa legislature presented bolow.
Somo gonoral facts of interest may bo
Politically tho body is divided as fol
lows: 116 republicans, 21 democrats, 8
grconhaokers, 2 Independents, nnd 1 fit
slonlst. Compared with tho political
complexion of tho last ossomblj', tho re
publicans this year havo lost seven,
whllo tho democrats havo gained livo
and greenbnokors and fmlonlsts ono
According to occupation, tho 160
members aro distributed as follows! 61
farmors, -11 lawyers, 11 merchants, 7
physicians, C bankers, 12 ronl ostato In
surance, and grain men, 2 editors, only
1 preacher, and tho balanco distributed
among n number of occupations. It
Alii bo seen that tho farmers lead all
othors in that body. In tl.ol.ist general
assembly thoro wero 63 farmers, so this
year thoy count a gain of one, which
brothers Coflln and Clarkson may clelm
should bo sot down as a result of tho
growth nndlnlluonco of tho Farmer's
In this iogislaturotho beautiful law of
Ohio's promlncnco in nil things Is again
exemplified, thlrty-sovon members ball
ing from that lucky stato, whllo New
York furnishes twenty-ono, Indiana
clcvon, Illinois nlno, nnd tho balanco
distributed in smaller numbers from
other states, England, Scotland, Ger
many, Wales, nnd Sweden bolng rep
resented by ono each.
Tho oldest member of tho houso and
of tho legislature is tho Hon. S. S. Lam
bert, ago 07, groonbackor, from tho
sixty-sixth district. Tho oldest mombor
of tho Sonato Is tho Hon. John W. Hen
derson, tho David Davis of that body,
ago C2. Tho youngest mombor of tho
assombly Is tho Hon. W. S. Lewis, of
Mills county, nnd tho Ho,i. N. II. Mor
ten, of Dolnwaro county, aro tho only
mombors born in tho counties thoy rep
resent. In point of ability, and especially in
legislative oxperionco, this assombly will
compare favorably with othors that havo
met in Iowa. Twenty-fivo of tho son'
ntors aro "hold-overs," having sorved
ono scssson, whllo nlno moroot tho sen
ntors havo had oxporionco in past yenrs
as members of cither senate or houso,
In tho houso twonty-flvo mrmbcrs havo
enjoyed tho oxperionco of ono or more
tortus in tho Iowa legislature, whllo tho
rolls of the assembly will carry tho
names of somo veterans In legislative
work, liko tho Hons. Alfred Hobard,
Georgo F. Wright, Dolos Arnold, Win.
L'irraboo, John Russoll, Vnrronb. Dun
gnn, nnd Eldln J. Hartshorn. Tho Hon,
William P. Wolf, mombor of tho houso
from tho thirty-third district, and
prominent candidate for speaker, has
served ono term us a mombor of Con
Slxty-thrco of tho 150 members sorved
In tho Union army, most of thorn mem
bors of regiments which Iowa sent to
A Sensible Girl.
"I'll toll you what," said .a Now
York girl tho othor day, while examin
ing a printed ournoulum, and trying
to mako up hor mind what study sho
would take up noxt, "I'll toll you what
I wouJU liko to study I would liko to
study modlclno. I don't moan that I
would liko to bo a physician and prac-
tlco, but only to know what to do at
homo if anybody is sick or anything
happons, I am sure it would bo more
usofyl to mo than" and sho turned to
tho prescribed courso of stud)' "than
sphorleal trlgonomotry and navigation.
What is tho uso of mo studying naviga
tion? But wo cannot rim for tho doc
tor ovory time anybody ofzos or
coughs, and I would liko to know what
to do for any ono who is a ltttlo sick."
This Now York cirl Is sonslblo and
has mado a wlso choice Perhaps sho
will never bo smart enoug.i to work out
an intrlcato problem in nlcbr.t, and
may bo tho will never know tho tcchnl-
nit if hor baby brother, whllo left in
orohargo, fihould burn his hand, or
o suddonly solved with tho croup, sho
will know what Is tho host thing to do
for him whllo waiting for tho doctor to
Iconic. And when sho is a wlfo and
Two' children in Troy, N. Y wore
brought to an Episaopal clergyman for
1. . 1 . 1 1 T . .... I 1 . ..
77; " uuu"
bofore, my daUglltOrP" OSkod tllO
minister, very solemnly. Not under
standing tho dlfferoneo botweon bap
tism and vacoinatlon, "Yo?, sir." re
plied tho llttlo girl, "and mlno took,
but Chnrllo's didn't."
A handsomo man and a
wenr tho samo cap. ,
Children havo moio need of models
than ot critics.
Tho Albany (N. Y,) 1'rcss and Knick
erbocker says: Tho largtst following
wo know of to-day is that of St. Jacobs
Oil; for whoro St. Jacobs Oil is, thero
houmatlsm is not."
Those languid, tlrcsomo sensations, causing
you to feel scarcely nblo to bo on jour fectj
that constant drain thai Is taking from your
system an us elasticity ; unving me moo.n irom
your cheeks, that continued strain upon your vi
tal forces, rendering you Irritable and fretful,
can easllv be rc moved bv the use of that marvel-
ourf remedy, Hop Utttcrs. Irregularities and ob
structions 01 your system are reuevcu at once,
while the special cause of periodical pain Is per
mantly removed. Will you hcod thtsl Vincin
Unhappy Thought -iommy: "I moan
to bo an astronomor when I grow upl"
Efllo: "What on earth will you do with
yourself all day long?"
Pare t)d. Liter oil rnsae Irom .fleeted llrfrt
on the tea ihore. br CmwcII. llsttrd A Co., New
York. Itlsnriiolutelrpuroftndtm'Ct. l'ullcntiwho
bare ones taken It prefer It to alt others, rhyiletan
ham decided It inferior to an ot the other oil In
Wo might enjoy much penco, It wo
would not busy oursolves with tho words
and deeds of other men, which appertain
not to our charge
I,ydla E. Plnkham's' fcgctablo Compound
has done thousands of women more good than
the medicines of many doctors. It Is a (Kisltlvc
cur 0 for all females complaints. Send to Mrs.
J-yilla E. l'lnkhnra.
No man is born wlso; but wisdom nnd
vlrtuo require n tutor, though wo can
oaily learn to bo vicious without a mas
tor. ji;x Tin: oitiuirvAii.
Dr. Plerco's "Pellets" tho original
"Llttlo Liver Pills" (sugar-coated)
cure sick and billions hcadacho, sour
stomach, and billions attacks, lly drug
gists. If tho storm of adversity whistles
around you, whittle as bravely yourself,
perhaps tho two whistles may make
Tlie .K; ot ZtllrnclcM'
Is past, and Dr. Plerco's "Golden Med
ical Discover'" will not raiso tho dead,
will not euro you If your lungs aro
almost wnstcd by consumption. It Is,
howuvc, unsurpassed both as a pectoral
nnd alteratlvo, and will euro obstinate
nnd severe diseases of tho throat nnd
lungs, coughs, nnd bronchial ntlections.
lly virtue of lis wonderful alteratlvo
properties It cleanses and enriches tho
blood, euros plmnlt-.s, blotches, and
eruptions, and causes oven great eating
uiccrs to uoau
Conflict between selonco and tho
wash-basin "Johnnie, hero you are at
tho breakfast table and your faco un
washed," said his mother with a sharp
look. "I know It, ma. I saw tho nni-
malculte In pa's microscope last night,
and I ain't going to havo thoso things
crawling nil over my faco with thoir
funny llttlo legs."
Fivo dollars worth of cholco vegeta
ble or flower seeds will bo given to any
person sending livo now subscriber, at
81.50 each, tolho Iowa Homestead, Des
Moines; tho best practical agricultural
weekly in tho Northwost. Every now
subscriber receives a copy of tho valu
ablo "Farm, Garden and Household
Mnuual" free. Send for sample.
As riches nnd favors forsnko n man,
wo discover him to bo a fool, but no
body could find It out In his prosperity.
KIdncy-Wort Is an unfamni: remedy for that
tormenting disease piles. It moves the bowels
gently and freely, and thua'removes tho cause.
Do nut full to try It faithfully cither In dry or
liquid form. San awl I'nn.
I know two beautiful things: Tho
starry heavens nbovo my head, and tho
sonso of duty within my Jieart.
If you nro asked to do a right thing,
aiswcrby doing it. 'Tis a short nn
swor, but it doos not give ofl'cnso.
All respectable dealers sell Fraznr axle rea:e
ticcauso it is toe genuine and gives perrect atls
There Is hut one real cure for Iwldncss Cah
110LINI!, a deodorized extract of petroleum, a
natural Ilnlr Restorer. As recently Improved,
Curholluc Is free from auv objection. The best
hair dressing known.
Wheezing Whispers. Almost everybody Is
noarse. rnriunaieiy times noney ot Jiore
hound nnd Tar can boobtalned of any druggist,
and no hoarseness or cough, lion ever obstinate,
can resist us curaiiveopcraiiou. i ikc a lootii'
ache Drops cure In one minute.
Undo Barn's .Nerve and bono lilnlmcnt 1)
most elllclcnt In Rheumatism, Drubcs, burns,
Scratches and many other Ills Incident to mav
ami oeast. twin uy an uruggista.
Savo vour harness iv oiliir' it nlth Unclt
Sam's Harness Oil, which will keep It soft and
nuauie. mis is me nest ou ever uaue io
leather. Bold by all Harness Makers.
Dr. J ague's German Worm Dalies are nn elf ee
tual and scfo remedy for worms. They art
pleasant to take and not only destroy tho worms,
but remove all traces of them from tho systea
leaving tho child healthy and stronir. They art
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Sold bj
Uncle Barn's Condition rowdcr prevents die
ease, purines the blood, lmpioves the appetite,
gives a smooth glossy coat, and keeps the ani
mal In good condition. All Druggists sell it
For Headache, Constipation, Liver Complaint
and all bilious derangements of tho blood, there
Is no remedy as sure and eafo as Ellert's Dav
light Liver I'tlls. They stand unrivalled fx
removing bile, toning the stomach and In glv
Ing healthy action to tho liver. Bold by al'
Dr. Wlnchell's Teething Syrup has nevn
failed to give Immediate relief when used It
cases of Bummer Complaint, Cholera-tnfanturr.
or pains In tho ttomacli. Mothers' when youi
little darlings aro suffering from these or kin
dred causes do not hesltato to giro it a trial,
you will surely ho pleased with the charmlnf
effect. Be sure to buy Dr. Wlnchell's Teething
Syrup. Sold by all Druggists, only SS cts per
Do not neglect a Cougn or Cold. Ellert's Ex
tract of Tar and Wild Cherry Is a standard
remedy In all throat, asthmatic and bronchia)
ntlections, and has saved many valuable llrcs,
It never falls to give aitlsfactfoa. Sold by all
In Hosts of Families
JIolcttir'6toracU Ulttcn In aa much rmudeil at a
liounvliolil uecenlty a, lunar or coded. Tho roaion of
till. U that ) car. ot cxpcrK'ncu Imvo provt'd It to bo
perfectly icllablo lu tUoao cairt of fmcretney whero
a prompt and convenient remedy la demanded. Dn
itljiatlon, ll cr complaint, dyirepala, Indlgeatton and
other IrouUlci are ovcrcowo by It. For tale by Drus-
glita and Ueiilci , to whom apply f orrltottetter'i Alma J
It is a remnrknblo faot Hint you can
swallow any quantity of L. E. Ransom's
Butter Color nnd tho effect will not bo
dlfforent than from eating tho samo
quantity of butter. No farmer should
neglect to uso so harmless it color.
When n boy was asked, "What wa9
tho text this morning?" ho quickly re
plied, "It was something In Hatchols."
"In Hntchots? No It was In Acts."
"Woll, I know it was something that
A national reputation Is enjoyed by Perry
Davis' Faln-Klller, which, for nearly n half
century, has been tho favorite household reme
dy for bruises, burns, sprains, and all llotvcl
Complaints. Look to jour supply and never
bo without It,
Tho man who acts on his right to do
what hu will with his own, has not tho
right to tho social consideration which
ho might othorwiso claim.
Dr. Piorco's "Favorlto Prescription,"
for all thoso weaknesses poeuliar to wo
men, is nn uncqunlled remedy. Dis
tressing backacho and "boarlng-down"
sematloiis yield to Its strength-giving
properties. By druggists.
Tho Chrlstaln must oxpect op osltiou
from tho world, because ho Is going just
the contrary road from tho multitude,
and has to pass'lhrongh them.
, RATAltltll OP TII Itl.AMlP.lU
Btlnirltnr. .mnrtlnir. Irritation or Hip urinary pa.
niri', illi cii illwlurKi'., curi 1 lv llurhiipallia (1
at ilrmrffl.m. Pn-pnlil hy KtnriMil 'A t tor M. K,
H. Wl'.l.l.w. .Irr.ry ('lly. X, .1
Jbl Kc(Ttftof tff-rtiBti ihe Lunti lb btthr tut.)
IttftJ wlmt Mr. Wllllftm C. Iilmrcn, nmrrcliint of
IlovvHiitfUrren. Vii., wrlin imHcnlnti APrlHtli. WU
JIt'Kiyit "1 (Irmly Iveltru' that Alltn'K Lunu ll'thum
will iiml hu cufl ronminintlmi If tnkrit In time nnd
frorvr rnre lx tnken of the .'at ten t both Inimitable
txwl nndi'totliliiif. Sir year opo my muilicr mm nt
tnckrri with rncitniunla. Ttie attrmllng IMiyMrlan,
iitnc tlmcnru r" told HK'tliattlKMllH aM tinturttli'd
m lu r LtuiL'ftnnd that ulu Imd tin rountimntlou. Kot
tM'llt'Thitf that n pi-rfrct nm- rould In atlrrtt'd. but
thinking Hint t in U: lit 1h able to tret nn rxiN i'tointit not
(.'ontnlnluiToptmu, whtfh would a (Turd ouim rtHtf, 1
t'li'iulicd of a tlrtij.'Klt nt llk'bniund, Vft.. If Iiclmd
any innilctuu not ftmtalnlntf opium, tlmt wim a itikkI
t'xiH'clnrant. lie th't rminnnt'imcd Allcn'i LuiiK
llatram which liiircfinrtl nnd Induct d my tin d tier tu
try. Hcfuri Mm Imd takrn tho flrpt lmttV. tin' lm
provemrntlnhcrouidttlonwaiiiomnrkrilthat I pur
chnurd tlirccinon' iHittlrH, Tho nttcndlni( tihyitclati
wclnff tht! bfnctlcl.it clTccte, rccomnivndMi iin (tin
tinned uw, nnd In nlxmt twi h v mutnlm tier unc wcru
prnnounml cured. Upon my rccoinmendatlnn many
dlicri whiihnd the cunfumnilon hai bcciM-un-d. 1
think nu can claim for ymir medtctnr, tliffollowlnir:
KxjM't'ioriitlon without Irritation, and hcnllnpof tltt'
Iuiik by kfcptntfthtm fn from foreign nuliFtaurc.
tlmt ntri'ftlnii anl curing ttia dread dUinm.'. Mr.
Dltfk'tw he write liecauno lu wnntif u tu know
that Allen Lunjflialfam Udoliiir inxd.
Sold by all Druggists.
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It I. for all djscruco f tho KIDNEYS,
LIVFR AND DOWELS.
It elaar.Bji Ui'iuyitcn !" acrid potion
that oauasa the- c'rj;:r: -a?:rlnc wlilch
only the vii-tlma ot Illi:umatl.c can r:ollio.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tlu worst forme of tills tarrlblo dlucaae
ha?o bee a quickly relieved, in a thort time
haitliad wondcrrulouiccMx. and an lramc&ao
(A Bio In every jartof tho Country. Iu bun
1 dtectiiofoniuulthaBOiiicd w hero oil olao hrul
4 failed. It Is mild, but elTlcIeut, i'l'ltTAI.N
' J IN 1TH A(TI(.V,butlinnnleEtaIiiaIlctu09.
tTSrltrlcuiues.Hlrpiirt hen and clre"
Lire to all tho iniporUntorpunof tlio body
Tbo natural action of thu Kidneys ii rootorcd V
The Llvor UcicancodofnUdiflcaa.ana the to
roTTclt. novo rrociy ana ueaitumuy. in ww sj
waythc woiat Ulaeiusca aro eradicated (rum
has rcci) pmvei b.- tnonjianaa t
tuomoitcUcotual ramcdy rorclcanslnfirtho
lyiWia of nil morbid oecrcttone. 1 1 tkould bo
uaed la overy houaebold uo a
Mmy riirea UIUOacNESi. tOMaTIPt
IION.riLEa and all PEUALU Olaoaeci.
liint up Inltry Tesetablo Form. In tin cans,
ono pacbacn of which inakei C'imr: medicine.
H.nlnl Innl.l I '..rl... f-.lnfl.tl , .at P.l foi-
v tbecouvcitiittiu4ir thina who cannot rradlljr pre
pare It. 7lai ii-i1 lual ei1cinci in rimerurn.
get norvot'it DitcanisT. nucE.i.oo
UEI.I.S, lttt:HAUDS()N Wo.. I'rop'i.
fWUI tend tlnrtrr po"t-nr.H m III lmn, IT.
URS. LYDI& E. PIHKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS;
LYDIA E. PENKHAfVl'S
I n l'oaltlyn t!nre
far all tti.ao l'alnl'iil VomplfllnL nnli WeaVnettu
.ocoinutou to our bc.t fviuulo populatlou.
It will euro .nthrclj tho woi.t formoCF.inaloOonx
plajnta. all oiarlou t rooble., laiiamniatloa and Ulcer
Hon, Falllnir and W.pl.cemcnl", and tlio conteiuent
Spbial'Wealineu, and la particularly adapted to tbo
Cbango or uro.
It nlll dliiolTO end eip.l tumor, from tbutrni In
aa oarl .tage of dorclopuient. Tho tendencjtoean.
corou. bumora tb,rela checked T,rjap.edUr by IU uia
It remoTM (alntnau, flatulencr, tlMtrojaall crating
for.tlmulanta,' and rcllore.YreabneB, of tho itomaen.
H oure. Bloattog, lleadachet, Kcrrona rroatratlon,
tleneral DtbUlty, Bleepleuneu, Ucprculon and Isdl
That feellnc of bearing down, caurtng patn,velgbl
and bacbaeba, la alwajra permanently cured by It. uao.
It will at all timet and under all clrcumitancca act In
harmony with the law. that gorern tho female ryttero.
For tbo euro of Kidney CoiuplaluU ot oltber tea tu
Compound 1. unaurpaucd.
I.VniA. E. flMtllAM'S YCOETAIIU COM.
l'OUNII U prepared at UJ and CU Wettcra iTenue,
Lynn, Maw. l'rlcoL Blf bottlonforI. Scntbymall
la tbo form of pllhi, alaa Intho form of lounges, on
reoelpt of price, It pr boa f or either. U ra. rtnkbam
freelyaxmwer. all letter, of Inquiry. Bend for pajnpb
lot. Addreat aa aboro. Mtiitloa thU Tnur!
X. family abonld bo'wlthout LTDU E. nmclUMI
LIVXR PIX2J1. They euro ooiutlpaUoo, Mllnmnni
a4 aMpldlty ot tbo Urtr. U cent, per tax.
mr Mold by bII VnttUU,
CO.III'Oltl' AI'1 IIIMI1'II.
ClTlceof IttmAX Manufactuhino Com'ANr
Ifcntlnir ami Yentulatlnc Apparatus.
No. CSUTte Street Clilcnro. Oct. 10. 1891.
Report of Committee on Buildings nnd
Orounds of Chicago Board of Education,
September 22f, 1881.
Mr. Uurrun, Clinirrann of tho Coru
nilttco on Hulldlngs nnd Grounds rn
pented tlio followltitr ronorti
To the Board of Education of the City ofi
(Jektlf.mrn: lour uommutco on
Hulldlngn nnd Grounds rcspoctfull' ro
port Hint tho funmccs hcnitoforo used
fo" licntlng tho Calumet Avontio School
building nro so worn out us to bo worth
less lor lionting purposes, nnd tho build
Intr is now wltnottt nny menus to hertt
nnn vent Unto It during tho coming
Tho important quosf ion of tho bost nnd
most economical method of thoroughly
licntlng this building 1ms engngcer tho
earnest nnd enrcful nt tent Ion of your
Committee, nnd thoy lmvo nrrlvcd nt tho
conclusion that tho present stylo of fur
naces lu uso for healing our school
buildings nro n failure, both on tho
ground of tho results nchlurcd, nnd tlio
cost of keeping tho sutno In repair.
Your CommUtco linvlng had their nt
tontion directed to the Kuttan 8"stcm of
heating and vcntllntlng largo buildings,
mado a careful examination into tlio
merits of thu same and aro of tho opin
ion tlmt tho Kuttan system oilers a prac
tical solution of tho diillcttlttcs encoun
tered In using the old stylo furnaces,
viz: thoituiiossibl.ityof tliotoughly heat
ing a building equally In nil its rooms
in very cold weather, nnd tho henvy ex
pense of keeping tlio furnaces in ropnir.
Your committee therefore recommend
tho ncccntnnco of thu proposal of tho
Kuttan Manufacturing Company, to put
in tlio Calumet Avontio School mitMIng
four of their No. 7 Tubular Masonry
Committee on Buildings and Urounds.
On motion of Mr. Burroughs, tho
recommendation of tho Conimittcu wits
lias Messrs. Hoyno, Keith, lirennn,
Currau, Stensland, Stiles, Burroughs,
Mnass, NichoiT, Uridgc, llcaly, Kraus,
Floto, and tho President I I."
The estimated value of this yenr's
crop from 100 apricot trees on the
ranch or Mr. K. Steele, Paradise Val
ley, Cal., was $1,200.
iiKAi.N ani Ni:nvr..
Wi tl. ttrallli Itrnrwfr.uri-nti-.t rrmeilvon earth for
nnpoicnct', irnnnc... .exunKU'cuiir, etc. ii ni iituk
Kill'. I'rcpnlilkr F.iprciitl 'A Ofortt. E.B, WKLLS,
LEARN TELEGRAPH Y.iWiSTi'AtSTfflfa'.
valM. AmPTlranPrhfrftlnrTolrgraphy. Malifon.
9??, ,CHICAG0 SCALE COMPANY.
TW 1151 South JtJTtrton Strttt, Ct.lntao, HU
Kllt-Ton Wacun Scale, ami 4-Ton .) t Hit
o::--sl,tttl Dcti'Clvi'. M. Bend for I'rtco t.ln
HTUKKT MKS. CANVASS
KUS nnd FAlIt MHN cn
your Rttiln-r'tri ultk to Manu1
frtctiin'ru. .tJH Ttli uy.. N. V.
nr a mnrrr'c? cotaw.ri.
linlldnv nri'iicntii mil Art! iraiirt tilfinofortfm fntir
very liftmUome round corncri'. n-M-wtKKl canes tlitvc
unUonx, Hcntfy'nrnntrlilcrf Iron frntrin, ftmil, liiHik,
cuvi r.tMixtn, iH.-i'4'J.7r tu S!il).fiOitotalt(ruc price
H4jn tu ll.tti); natUf action fc'iiarnimod or mont-y rc
fumlctl, nft, roncyrar'nUHi UprtKlitl'limofurtt'ftll
to;-;tiHrtl(ipui!prkTH. (.vii tu niuidiinl phimx
furtcnuf ttHMinlvfrni', hi tlioiinuiuU ttntlfyi wrhu for
ninniinotti lift tf tcHliiiunliilr; limily's cr.l-lnLt Or
puiiH, caitinlral clmrcti, clmpt l, parlor, miiOnnwnrd,
vlttilurn wi Ironic, free i-nrrlupt inuvtr iiuum iihithi tl
lUFtrfttcdi-rttaloiic (liollilay i'lltnn)fr'. AddnnKor
CHlluiion Daniel 1. tlontty, WftfhtiiKton, .. .!.
WHY WILL YOU COUGH
When onr bottle of DK Taft'a IvniTR I
Vtxn SYKVl' will cure the wo-rt Ucnsh, I
Cold, TlckJlnc In t-ho Throat, or Coticummlon, f
no matter how bad or how long H-millctr 1
To conrlnca joii, we will fjnj a hr.ttlo fori
trial for 80c eipre an pixht. AiMrc Drs. Ti'f t
liroi., jtoencetcr. N or 37fl v. JlndlMin !
wnicano, hi. jj ror aiue or an arirst.ta
Illooi nnd wIMromplftflTchtaKftho MtoJ lu Ir.n en
ilr nyiti'M in three inoruu. Anv Dcrmm wiiu will tKk
1 r-IU cich ntcht from to lie wcclcinny tjor'-ttored
tUFuund utrnltli, if lucha tblnicuopuuihlo. bolder'
rvwhirr, or rnt dy mall forHlrttrrr'tampi. 1.8
Trial IJottlea of Dr. Tafl' a ANTinf A- I
aii.nij a pern-tt rure rnr AM1I.1IA-
Hllltwaeilt 'Ki:i: br ,'l,ri-n In nnv m i
auncwa. iru imitie. rnr .tio nv mi tiriiL--Bt'ta.
Aduren l)r. TAFT 1111(1 j., Itucti-ti-.ti
r, M. Y., or S70 W. MadUon St, Chica
; Mid tue lir.sT Machinkuv lu tin
DORINQ and DRILLINQ WELLS by
k nor. or oi.arn row.r i
UDook Frei. Addreu
1 LOOMIS , NVMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO.'
T AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
1 HISTOItl' of the WORLD.
Kinlirncliit; full and niillicrill.i account! of every na
tion of iitic-f rut nniliniiilerntlini'a, iin.lliic'lti'llnirii hi.
tnrynf the rii' and full of (Irvrkniulllomaii Kinpln n,
the mlitillii iiu'.'. the erumiilcf, Ihe fi-uilulMMi in. the
efurmiitlon, the dlnetnery unit .etileinenri-r the New
hi Id. i ie ne, It i ont,ilu(l7iS fine hi irlnilcii
BrmlnK,nni l the mii.t eiuuplete lllmnry nf iln
orlfleU'riHllilliitit'cI. Semi fur meelimit Liiri'. mill
NATio.v ri'iiLia-mcii Co., Chlcnco. 111.
.MunKelmiiii'KCmiipeiiil mil '
or iilnlii unit oriiiiiiientiil I
rir.S'.ii.iHiiii iihtKHikiif !
Mclf tti.tiiu'ltiiii. Wniili tunny i
time. li nut to Ti-iielinrH. I
Seliiilitri. ur ane rmi, ilfNlrdii
ii iii-miiiriii .-iiiiii Writiiitr, '
Riiinueh nilintreit tiynll. Theeu
tire eiiinlilnntldii Willi .nine nf
the tlue.t oiittunental wurk will i
be nent liy mall, pout pillil, fur
Mt. Cl rental m free.
1C. ItlOltrs. Cicmo. town.
and their IIkiii,
HltotiUl iillrenU fur
.ulnlile etiiur or
paper, Ihe Woiii.iiand Soliiibi!. nnlillahrd nt W
Inelon. 11. C. It eonriihi.i.i,o o u,.r ii.,. .l..h
t Ii a t w-onilerflll
M-en-afrin the liaille-lleln. nnd u thoumit'd thlnca
in ere.i io our country Uiremler., It la I lie riut
oldlera' imper. II contain, all the law. mid lu.irue
iinrelalliito peiulen. nnd hoiintl, Bfiirroldli rannd
heir heir., -hiery ej.. .oldler .hoiilil enroll hi. miniv
under tliu Wom.o aMiSoLiiirn iiiniiernionee. riui,,
ta?'A'dd,!0l''1"'1, ww'1"lr' 11 J'ear. eaiuplc.
World and Soldier,
Washington, D. C.
l'atent Foot and Btcam Tower
Machinery. Complete outflta for
Actual Wnrkofion llutlneM,
Lathea for Wood or Metal. Cir
cular Sawa, Scroll Bnwi. Form
en, Mortl.era, Teuouert, etc.,
etc. Machine, on trial If de.lred.
Ii.e.crtpth o Catuloguo and 1'rlce
V. F. JOHN IIAItNF.S
No. SOW Main St.
on or n month dl.l not pirn met
aonwmo io ine. a vacation
If RICH BLOOD
woa not iyrmanontlynliatod. I baionaedthroo bpttleaoftho Toolo. ploca uilnn It I hr. donatwto
...mu.v uh.vuu w iivuumiui (uauil. tllOUIII
air that 1 evpr did lo tho aama time durlna mr llloem, aniTwlih doublu thaoe.e.
Ddvleprof body.hJiacopBalaoo clearnewof thouehtnoverlKforo e-jJoed. lit
lork.lknow not what. Itlvolttheerodlt. J. i1, Watsoic. l'aitor Chr
tThn Iron Tallin im a
oxitffl of Iron, ivi-n-
ci(f ihe yrgetablo
vtun Hark, ami J'Aoa
let em vurpoto arki-s
Aromaiie., A , mmrvrm
MAIirAITIIII IT THI DR. HART Kit MKDICINK CO., 19, III I HTM MAII tfMVf IT, 1
10 jaHM a nereeear,
FACTS ABOUT UMBRELLAS.
Antlqimrlnni my Hint Hip ttmtirellrt ma ln
Tcnteil aliorllynnvr tliv fliMl, nml lio IkiiiHio
lcn.it lmprni-l Hhji1 (if nil nppllniKe. for litimnit
tiimfurt.tliOKlinio Ih'Iiik liuw 0.1 It una In thoro
joutliriil day, of tlio Morlil. An timlirvlln !
mucli like n JiIrwii n to tlio qtuMlon of ii.fca.
lon-tlie lnt nu who (ret H imii It. Ilio ful
lovtliiff fn(t, nlxrnt tirahrvlhw -elnlly tlio lnt
one trmy -rvo evt ry wader rt .plinillit niri)o
loonvror Jatcrl To iilnra youriinihrvllnln n ruck
Indicate that It i.ml)iit to ilmncotiunera. Art'
timlirvlln rnrrliil over n Momnn, tlio t; i.n kcIIIhr
notlilimtmt drlpplnci of thu rnlii,lin!i iiieMi)iirt
fhip. When tho mutt lint tlio imiUrclIu nnd tho
woman the ilrlpplnn", it liiillvntea ninrrhiuo. TO'
enrrjr It nt rlulit miik.oh tinder j our nrni Miinlfle.
tliiitiin t-yoia to lio let dy llioiunn who follous
j on. Toput n (iiltotiiiinlirvlhtbythorlilt'orn.nleo'
tllk onorlKiilllet tlmt "i-xeliittiKO la Im n.U ry."
To lcml nn unibrelln tcrilfU-n Hint " I mil a fool."
To tarry nn unibrelln Ju.t liln.li tiiotiitli to tear
Iout invti eyea nnd knoelt ntr inen'a liiit.,almillUn
"lnm n wiminii." To pi Mllhiint nil iniilirella
Inn niliiMoriu .how t nm atircof uetlltii; rlieii
umll'iu, nml will Intvo to n-o ST. J.mi im Oil. to
Kit well." To leeti ii lino inul.rtllii fur i.iirinru
U'cmiil n Ixittlo of f-T. .lAMiiwdil, nhvuytlii thu
limi'o. In rnfo of rlietinintlMii or ncrlckiit, would
tigiiiiy Hint you nru iiui puiio-opniT.
Tlipftillowliiemmmtinlrnllnn to thonlltnrof
tlio .vnlcm (Mii,) HmfrUT flina how nn nrllt
trenteil lil.vMlor: " I ttolihl lintc iiurpteil your
Mini liivitnlloli to lull jrui In your new iiiinttem
llli tileriiire lieforo this Iiml not my old i-m-iiiy,
Mr, Illieiitnntl'iii, imim-ril on mu ki niddeiily.
llunrrlveil lnt I rfilny, nnd, wllhniit toppliic to
reinliii Ma ennl, rulied In nml i;n'(il me by
the-1 1 n 1 1 1 1 wltli nu ll it(!rli Hint In n few litmr-t
iiiyiiuml nnd wrl-t weru k Imdly fuollen nml
imlunil Hint 1 felt hi tliiniKli one of Mr. Hutch'
eonl teiim lind run over mo. Mr. I!lietiiiuitlm
Im. been n rtinalnnt viltor of mine for rrrcml
)ean; lienlnnvinwelN mnt put dm n print mmiy
iilr", nmklmr lifmeirnt liinne.ilevotirltiir niynufi
Miiuet' nnd leuvliiK Ino p"or lu llch uinl mekit.
Ijit u Inter lie (aiiie mid Ktiiyed tno mniitli.. 1
theliileelileil tlmt Ilia next tlmo lie eiiine I viimlil
rliuiiKi- hit diet. 1 tMia Komeu hnl nt n Ui uhnt
to feed 1 i 1 in lilt, but llimlly fitit Imhil lo clYu
him thrvu aiiiiiroinvnliit ilnyorj-'T. J tini,Oit
luurnliiK. noon nnd nluht. Thh fun- he I. dl
(.'noted u Ith, nnd la piu kliiu'iiplih trunk mid will
leave by tn-limriow or neM ihiy, niyt l.eimmtit
Mop nny longer, iiL lio lm pre.-lii(r litilne rlc
where lie I. ii tri-neliernm hllnw nnd he In
teiiil vNltlni; MHiiv of our fiileui ftlciidi If ho
due-, Jiil islto him H u miIiiu fine Hint I illd nml
hu won't HojiloiiK'. J, H. I.i I'AVoru.
if joilaroainnt, 1
IIP .nu are a
f mall nf l.t-
cntd tT ttia .train ef
your dull., a.otil
Pllmlll.iit.all J U.o
lilRlit work, to fea
ate, u,6 Hop B.
iiirrerlnitfrom any In
tlon i If you nro mar-
If .on arojoune.li.il
rfi....il(ii or di.Hlual
rl.il or .Ingle, eld or I
pporheallli or laiiKill.li
lieu, Idy on Ho pi
yoiinir. .uueriutf rroni
IiiK on a brd of alclc
Bitters. . ..
?linii.i,n.i. uia bo
iiiiuIIv ri-ntti ,ouia
wliMieter you fl i
W ioe.er jonare, ,
that your ijnn J
form of Kidney
idl.ea.o lliat inlirlit
liavo lieen pre.etited
by a timely iiMtot
Itur or itliiiulutltiir.
Hare you ilt'
O. I. C.
Toil will lie
en red If yotin.c
I. an aLtioliit.
hie c ii r o fur
use ot opium,
ply weak ami
It! It muy
life. It Ikib
dreds. nor HOTxu
Ilxbl.l.., X. T.
nrc paid to r ery MiMter of I ho lute r vho wta In any
way tlljiilitt d liy iwmnil. or any kind nf il.eu,eorneef
dent oeeiirrtiiK In Hue of duly; Any Mound or IiknoI
tue, Piiger. ' or riiptureor wrlto.oieln., elnonlc
(llnrrliieiv fiiuliit; tiiu-k of ihe tnrn,l, lunir itheii.e,
lienrt ill.euiii-. Hut Ul-u'ii.e, or In fact nnttthlmi tlmt
enii.i-.nui ilt.nMllty, i iittth'. n .utdli rof tlielnteunr
to n tieiMuu. IVn.lon. unit hountli . enlln led wih re
dl.rhiuire paper are lo.t. A fll.li,jiiiiinll'(.ll.eli.iri(- ta
miliar to m iiIuu. Thoti.ntul. of iN'ii.lnniriii'iitlilid
to nn (ncr.i.i- of i. ii.loii. Homily i t due totlion.ntida
of .oldler. utiodii not know uhut their rlirlii. are.
Itailon money colti-ctril for.oldli'r. hi ri lu I prt.on. or
tin Ir hi tin. Xrw ilt.eh.llvi . ntitullied wlirle loci, ray
fur hor.t . lo.t In I lu- mt lei-. The,, rri'X of pen.toti
w made nil jieiiMoii. npplh-d for In tlineheiilu at dnto
of dl'i'linrp-. Widow iind i lilldn n of the .olilhren
titled tu piiKliui. Hi poniliiit moilier. nud fiiilu-i. of
.olilli rx nilili il. Ke, In nil en.en onlv ten ilolliir. by
hue law, Have your ene llile.llpite.l ! t-iniilx-K-iit
iiitorney ur Wimliirittnii, nil. run trlie t! i-er.onnl at
tiiitlon. ...Ml Milillrr. of the war of isit nnd
their wdlow. rnlltli-d tu pfiinlon.. All .oMIit
of ihe Mexican war .hould write tu nt one-.
We are ul.ii larmly enunired In proctirlm;
Ct AT'tTlMTG '!ni1 hmeii.neihildi-piirtmuit
I fCa I O di'ion d m that hrnr.ehof our
praetli e. We take out lWTHNTH III the I'MTKU
r-TATKSnnd KI'IKII'K. (-end nn wrllteti ife.Vrlp
Hon of the ilolce nnd pour Mliln:i Ur hc i:A
VIIATS nnd i-amtiiu IIIMKC I l)i CASKS. IX
rl!IXUi:.Mi:XTs. Ac . and conduct li-pilproeeulln.-.T,
llllhe I'ouita, WVproeiiri-TIIAIHI-M.MtKS. Copy
ItlllllTS. i WIKS (IF (H KI.IAI, IIM.tlltllS. mill
render opinion. In rehitlon to pnleni. and pioiH-rly
rlirhta In Invinilona on rennonalile H'rm, Wo
nl.o ileal In iindaitenil to nil kind, of en.ea for
8 A tJ I1K '".'"le ihe (lenernl l.nniKlfflei-, per
tnlnliitftoland wnmi'it., .erlpiif all
kind., pi e-i-inpilon nnd hoini Mend eiitrlr., nilnlnunnil
pillule land el.itiu.. und do a ireni'ial bind lui.tm-...
We llli-u buy nnd ailll.AXIt WAKItANIS. Ilu.lneiia
eonnitud wlili iny of tlie Iiepiiriinenl. we enn attend
to on reii.onnbl terma. Adiln .. X. W KITZdlli:
A,,,ic,i:v, I'1.'1"!"'!, l'nu iit, nnd Land Attorney
tiov ws. Wn.lilnirtiin. II. C. '
jaruar and barter their tu
their rrodnot wlUba." rm
the moat northern Bead rarma
moat q ortn.rn Head Farma oa
iclpl. nnd. t nrthar llluatratlon
Hirer Cora. North HtarOoldax
rer .Cora, North BtarOoldanDaat
a to. Mlnaaaotsi Ambar HiinriruL
.M. METCAU, St. Fe.nl, MlansMla,
Seed Qnwi Jabtw. maj Ununtr.
GEORGE L. LEM0M, Att'y-at-Law,
I WASHINGTON, D. C.
I fiend tkrtch or nirnlel for I'rillinlnnry i:nmlnatlon
. nnd (million, for which o Cliurui, la made. If re
purled rnienialile, no rharir" for nervlce II. lean
' biieealul. Si lid fur l'uini lilet uf In.iriicllun.,
usrAiii.iM'.u in irinn.
STEEL PENS '
Soto Br ALL DEALERSThRouoiiou tThe W0 RLO
.OOLDfvlEOALPAmS EXPOS ITI ON-IB7B,
finiivr, ItH'vrov. Ill I 1 X'Jti; if l-uiillyl.ti
(Ittfvuioi lyf I.tnif-t t.r urUoe vtnm pivu &
iMit Ion. Uur utw Uw tlibuiknda rtt n
liilc-llo in liicrvnueuf peniidn. H'iilnwi, r
pliani nnl UiiK-ntlrot jutlicri or .million of
fdMIvrs n ivnton, SmJ U iumi Jvrcii
' tuit'ii niJ U'-Hiitv Adilrr,
,Pf, IU Fltiunrild t Co., riiilm AjrcnU,
IiiJ nnaiiti it In i. lit ir tu lii.l. HniiV ni (' i.
mid l'rv't C'Kiitfl liju',lgHUwf luimui'i;iu, 4
Tbll Heat (leii.li H.riio la
Irtao'a Cur. for Con.nmptlon.
In acta qmcjc ana It taalea food. V
llo.o amnll,-boilla Inro'e. M
Tl brains t. -I . l, t 1
I iu ibe bftt hold Wf O'wbVrf. ifj
.k.v.v.v M.W LUr. kill. . h TIT I
vr, rim --r rrniil.
W. W. V, Ie Molnr.. toi.Ix, Jin, I u
miuy witirmo to AvrnnTismw,
pleate my yon taw Ihe Advertisement in
mei.ife,! till fiiutticdi.l
',ntlnvetl anit recanu
ral tirocation, fort
JtebUttir, Vcmitlo !(-1
rle, it atltnf I'Kal.l
llu, .Vcri oue M'rontrtf I
lion, tout nvalra.t
ccileero ,i etcro,.vo.(
cuch.ra extent that my labor won oiceedlncly bur.
min-h ..Ha, nn ....mni . .nlo.u..u,
IboeaQthBUwofyour Fnox'ioNio, ftoctwhlchf ro-
DCBlET .QEUrTieil DDI L lOlin'J IH3I Ul. ullLQI
3lt ihftTfl Jaofltvilce tho la
ta. VVIth thft trnnnnll nnrrn
fthn Tfinlo hm nnt nnn Ihn.
rChrUtlaq Church. Troy.O,