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tfEWS OF Till; WEEK.
MICHIGAN. Capt. Howpntt, late of the signal service da pa! tinent at WasuliiKtou, was arrsUi at Mt. (Uemsns Saturday on a charge of uitzzlluir from the United States government t,, the aiuouut of $4(),(KK). He did uot wait for the uiiuuletiou or the papers hut wtutat one to Washington witti the officer and i i) - that wbeu he arrives there he cau aatisfactorally t-xplalu the appareul deficiency. bishop Wiley will preside at the M. I-., con ference to be held at Port Huron. J'tnu Aulguivea Frenchmen sh't aud killed his mother's paramour, a colored man named Lovels (ireeu with whom she had Iteen living at Urud Haven. Aulguive claims thattiiwn shot bis mother wbo wa found dead In the same rooui and tbttoskllled Green In 1 even tr. It Is believed that va-aug Aulguive quarrelled with and killed both. Otto Lang while prowling around the yard of Bowman Van Kuren at Ureenville was shot by VauKuren,7U shots taking effect in his ueok causing adangerous wouud. there's a woman in the case as uBnaL Mrs, Krabtus Veomans, 74 years old and an early settler of Ionia, was fouud uad in her room. . Vosoamp, the mau who murdered Lyn.au Cady, near Coopersvllle, some months ago, and who narrowly escaped lynching by an in furiated gang of Caiy's neighbors, has laseu taken to Grand Rapids for safe-keeping. Base Ball Cleveland 8, Detroit 5. Mrs. Cotton, jiving near the city limits of Detroit, bean a noise in her cellar, and discov ering two ien there, shot oue of thrill, then locked them iu aud weut for the police. The burglars succeeded in maklug their escape during her absence, but were traced some dls tance ny a trail of blood. Cbas. Hubbard of Fenton, has lost a baru by fire, the second one within a year. Thomas Cooper, aged 81, fell dead in the office of a Paw Paw lawyer, while he was transacting some business. Mahlon Barnhart of Union township, aged ttO, a prominent citizen of Branch Co., dropped dead at his residence. K. Kibble, a well-to do farmer of ti e town ship of Browne, has been arrested ou com plaint of Bhoda Hoyt, a young woman who charges that Kibble is the fattier of her illegit imate child. Kibble is a married man. ' 1 Melissa Yeck, age 15, was killed at Dimon dale while riding, by the horse being frighten ed and backing the buggy over an embank ment. James Riley and William Burns broke out of jail at Cheboygan. They wre obarved with larceny. A reward of f 100 is offered for their apprehension. State Board of Equalization met at Lanslug 16th. Lieut, tiov. Crosby waa chosen chair man. The Agricultural College commencement exercises took place at Lansing on the 16th. Two former residents of Fenton have re cently shipped over 1,HK) sheep from Michi gan to their farms in Kansas. The coroner's jury at Grand Haven render ed a verdict that John Aiguire killed both his mother and the colored man Green; the latter i y shooting him in the head with the shot gun aud his mother by a blow on the back of tiie bead with the stock of the ?uu. which was broken. Base Ball, Cleveland 6, Detroit 5. Prof. K. W. Wetmore of the Detroit high school resigns to accept the superintendency of the Detroit linseed oil work. Four men entered a .flouring mill at Mt. Clemeus and while one eugaged the attention of the proprietor the otbers secured 940 from the money drawer. Tbey were discovered and captured. The same morning Mrs. Bush of Louisville Ky., a boarder of the Avery House, lost fl,200 worth of jewelry from her room. She heard and saw a party tn the room but supposed it to be a lady friend who occupied an adjoining room. No clue yt to the thief. A mau fell down a well 80ft. deep at Grand Haven. The doctors are reported still in at .endance. Mrs. Miranda South, wifeof Moses R. Smith, died at her home in Ada, Kent county, Michi gan. Mrs, Smith lived in St. Clair county tin many yaars. Her home will be remembered by many of the lumbermen and raftmen, lo cated a few miles from Port Huron on the banks of Black River. They made her house their home during the many years that lumbering and raiting was carried on in this section. A large portion of the village of Alleytown was burned on the 17th. The "Matrimonial Aid Society of tfichig has been orgaulzed in Detroit Mayor Stekette of Grand Rapids had a saloon keeper named Creine arrested for disorderly conduct. Creme was fined $50. Later Creine had the Mayor arrested for false imprisonment and a local justice has fined the Mayor 950 on this charge. Appealed. The state board of agriculture have accepted the resignation of Fox, the steward of the col lege. The reunion of the Lapeer county soldiers' and sailors' association at Hadley was a great success. About 4,000 persous were present. An elegant picnic dinner was furnished all, and addresses were inade by Gov. Jerome, Con gressman Rich, Adjutant-general Robertson and others. Base Ball: Detroit 8, Cleveland 0. Eighty of the Allegan County puu ers have been picnicing at Allegan. The Alleytown fire burned 35 buildings. Twenty families are houseless. The loss is es timated at 9(50,000. The spoke factory of F. H. Starkey at Howard City, have beenburued. lioss, 3,000, uninsured. Con. B. Mai lory of the Itnsing House suc ceeds Pox as steward of the State Agricul tural College. David Marshall an escaped convict from the Jackson State prison has been captured and returned to that institution. Frank Moore of Mt. Clemens went out crow hunting early and when he returned, his wife, who had just finished breakfast, was kneeling down to my her morning prayers. H was dragging the loaded gun behind him, when the door swung shut, striking the hammer of the gun and discharging the piece, the whole load taking effect in one of Mrs. Moore's legs. The wound was a very painful one, but not ecessarily serious. Gen. N. Church, Quartermaster of the State Commissioners, has concluded arrangements with tbe Baltimore A Ohio Railroad Company, to carry the Governor and staff. Legislature and State troops over the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad to Washington for the Yorktown celebration, leaving Jackson and Detroit Octo ber 15, reaching Washington Sunday after noon, remaining In Washington until Monday evening, then taking a steamer for Yorktowu, returning from Yorktown Friday evening for Washington. Detroit exported only 92,400 in bieadstuffs during July. Same month last year 9110, 98. Rase Ball Akron 8; Detroit 6. E. B. Ives was elected vice-president for Michigan of the photographers convention at New York. James i m ley ti uis head mashed and was Instantly killed by bring struck by the hammer of a pile driver at Belle Isle. Sophie Lyons has secured ball at Jack son. Dr. MacVicar, of the state normal school, has resigned to take a place in the baptist the ological semlnarv at Toronto, nut. Frank Montgomery, 18 years old, was killed on W. S. Gerrish's logging railroad in Clare cennty. At Ionia after the drill of Company G at the armory, Sergt. Barnes, i, behalf of the rifle team, preseuted ' 'apt. F. S. Hutchinson with the handsome sword and gold-plated scabbard won by them at the rifle contest at Jackson last October. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Cutter, a high'y esteemed old resident of Adrian Is dead. One of Caro's business- men has been fined 15 for breaking open the pound and taking his horse therefrom. Deacon William Haldane and wifeof fcirand Rapids celebrated the r golden wedding on the 17th In H. The Mich. Halt Assn. has advanced the price of salt to 1 1 05. Baee Ball Chicago 10; Detroit 8. An officer In Detroit called at a certain house to serve an attachment and was led to endorse -bo effects found" upon the papers and to make nnmorous consolatory suggestions to the handsome widsw who with much exhibition of deep sorrow led the way to the room where the corpse of her late husband lay unbnried. After donating his sympathetic mite toward funeral preparations, the official took his de parture and the "corps" arose and resumed nis pipe, whioii had been laid aside on the ar rival of the tender official. C. H, Hods in, deputy state treasurer since 1873, has resigned. At Hersey, A. T. Snyder's store was burglar ized to the extent of 91,000 Win. J. Howe, 20 years old, a brakeman, was struck on the back of the head aud fatally in jured while passing under a bridge on the Chlca o aud west Michigan, near Muskegon. Iaac Wells and his men, who have been cutting hay on what is known as the big mead ow, about oue aud a half mile from Dowo aiac, have killed sixty-three rattlesnakes. Some of them had twenty-two rattles, showing that they were olu Bottlers. Thomss Pryor, au lutem pirate man of A l biou, fell from the bridge and was drowned. His body was found iu the mili-poud. He was a in ini in by trade, and about 50 years old. MISCELLANEOUS. The Apaches who are on the war path sur rounded u small village In New Mexico aud murdered 27 or Its 20 Mexican Inhabitants Moore troops are urgently called for in the district infested by the savages. Business iu the U. S. publio stores iu New York was delayed for a day by the strike of over 100 laborers. A settlement was soon ef fected by collector Robertson aud work re sumed. The Treasury Department hss dtcided tha the uet weight of hay is the proper basis upon which to compute the duty. There w is a volcauic eruption in Idaho on he 9tb, a column of fire and smoke issuing from a mountain to the height of several bun dred feet and large rocks being thrown some miles. The smoke continued at last accounts, but nobody went near the scene of the dis turbance. Tbe vicinity is of a volcanic char acter. Tbe President's condition is again alarming. His stomach has refused to act and he Is con sequently unable to take any foot in the nat ural way. Au enema is occasionally admin istered. His pulse runs from lit) to ISO With variable temperature and increased respira tion. The wound is in geod condition and the present complication arises entirely from th. condition of the stomach, which has been a source of serious trouble for years, the President being a confirmed dyspeptic. I be whole case appears bow to rest upon the ability of the physicians to restore the action of the stomach. They still express hopes aud though reports have been unfavorable for 48 hours, tli- re is at present a more hopeful feeling In Washington. Nihilist Hart in inn is in Chicago under an assumed name, aud has explaiued to a re porter that he did uot come rom Russia to revolutionize this country, and that he disap provesof our system of government. The meeting of the national butter aud cheese association lately held iu Chicago deci ded to hold a dairymen's fair at Cedar Rapids, I a.. In Nov. A rich sliver discovery Is reported at Ana darko, Indian territory, near Fort Sill, ou the Indian reservation. Claims are being ille gally located by whites, and troops are or dered to the locality to protect the rights of the savages. The President is as yet unable to retain food upon his stomach, but he appears to br losing no strength and hie symptom are more favorable. 1 In wouud is doing well aud the surgeous express stroug hopes of his ultimate recovery. the following dispatches have passed: Mrs. Garfield, Washington. I am most anxious to know bow tbe Presi ded is to-day, and to express my deep sympa thy with you both. THE QUEEN, Osborne. To Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Osborne. Your majesty's kind inquiry finds the Presi dent's condition changed for the twtttr. In the judgment of bis medical advisers there is strong hope of his recovery. His mind is en tirely clear, aud your majesty's kind expres sions are very gratifying to him, as tbey are gratefully aekuowledged by me. LUCRE IT A R. GARFIELD. Guiteau has succeeded iu creating another sensationin Washington, accounts of which vary. It appears that a guard found him act iug in an excited manner and went into the cell. Guiteau attacked the guard who drew his revolver and In some inauncr it was dis charged drawing the other guards to the spot. The guard claims that Guiteau had a "cheeser," but all parties concerned are reticent aud re ports are contradictory. The report that tbe last complication in tbe Presidents case were caused by pyaemia is authoritatively denied. Warden Crocker finally says that Guiteau did have a knife in the scuffle with the guard Wednesday morning. The assassin's attack ap pears to have been a foolish freak. The exports from this country for seven months, ending July 31, exceed the same pe riod of i in- previous year by 9440,631. Nihilist Hartmann is at New York,and has filed a declaration of intent ion to become an American citizen. David Dudley Field said In the international law convention at Cologne, that there was a feeling in America that assassination should be stamped out. He introduced a resolution declaring that when it was resorted to as a means of goveruineutal changes it should not be classed amoug political crimes. The Ponca difficulty is ended. At a confer ence of I nd i m chiefs with f ie secretary of the interior, the Sioux who Were present offered to give the Poncas all the land they need, and it was finally agreed that etch Ponca family should have nil) acres of Sioux land in north em Nebraska, with which the Poncas said they would be entirely satisfied. President Garfieid has Improves! steadily since last report. He is now able to retain considerable liquid food on his stomach, though the en inata are for the present con tinued. An iuflammation of the right parotid gland is the latest coinplicatfoii, but b doc tors do not consider it important. . ii- Presi dents pulse has fallen below 100, with tempei ature aud respiration normal The musical jubilee at Lawrence, Kansas was a success, an 1 was attended by severs! thousand singers who propose to repeat it for a week next year. The brewers of Cincinnati are on a Btrike, July immigration 5H,607, as compared with 49,855 for the Name month last year. Michigan fuiuNied 1 1 , per ..eut.of the sal prod net of tbe country last year. Tli- secretary of the Chinese legation at Washington, denies that the Chinese students are to be returned to their own country for fear of becoming too liberal in their political Ideas. James 0. Fargo of New York has been elected president of tie Amercau aud the Wells, Fargo A Co. express companies, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William G. Fargo. The Panama Canal project at present em ploys about 200 workmen beside the corps of engineers. The railroad war continues. Theomuanies not represented in the recent meeting for ad juctment decliue to on firm the rates then fixed and consequently the adjusters are un able to maintain the tariff. A party of seven men camping in Aricona near the Mexican line hi t Friday night were attacked by Mexicans, and four men were killed and one wounded. Some cattle stealing operations seem to have led to the raid. Parties have been made up to pursue the murderers, Hex cm foops are reported stationed on the line io repel them, and serious collisions are fe red. Governor Fre mont is absent and govt rnmeut affairs in Ari zona are at loose ends. Capt Howgate's ball b s beea fixed at 40, 000. Judge Cuppy sai i that there was no doubt entertained among the captains conn sel and friends of bis vindication. Capt. How gate is quite feeble from his recent llluess. Ex Minister Noyes has arrived. The American bar association elected Clark son N. Potter, president. New chapteis are being recorded in the Chrlstlancy divorce suit at Washington. A discovery of gold deposits is reported near Fort Sill, Indian territory, and there is much local excitemeut. Tbe export of breadstuff's for the United States for lHhl to August 1, were 92i,893,rt53 leas than same period iu 188U. The town of Yale In British Columbia was near ly destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated at from 9800,0U0 to 400,000, and one man is supposed to have Ixen buried alive. Expert sanitary engineers are examining the drainage and sewerage of the White House, and defects are to be immediately remedied. The President continues to Improve and we have confident predictions nf his recovery. His stomach, which has given the great anx iety, seems ou the high road to recovery, aud aU symptoms are favorable. His pulse and temperature are favorable. Ihe swelling of the.pai oiui gland is disappearing, and uo fur ther trouble is expected from it. The governors of Souora aud Arizona are agreed iu trying to put down the cowboys, who are maklug havoc in their territories. The City of Richmond, which reached Mew York last week, brought 4500.000 iu gold. Tbe will of the late Mrs. Milliard Filmore has beeu filed for probate. It disposes of an estate of 93'H),000, aud gives to public aud charitable institutions iu Buffalo 950.000. Six men huve been arrested in Green county by United States deputy marshals Waruer, Gtider aud R. S. Morris, with a po se of 12 tnen. They are charged with forcibly taking Ed. Blakeman from Uuited StaU s officers some time ago. The trouble grew out of opposition to a rail load tax. Tue prisoner was arrested for coutempt of court iu refusing to pay the tax to the receiver, and the people assembled aud rescued him. The business part of Irvine, Ky., bdrned. LobK, $75,(JOO. Reports to the effect that the Vice President Intended assumiug the duties of tbe Presiden tial oinicv are denied. Members of tbe caul uet all deuy knowledge of anything of the kind. The transfer of land from the Sioux to the Poucas requires yet to be ratified by Congress aud by three-fourths of the Sioux Indians. Hopiug to prevent anuoyance from scurrll ious aud abusive postal cards, an order will Boon be issued under which persons who re ceive such cards, or expect to recieve them, cau have them destroyed by the postmaster up on making a written request. The explosion of the boiler of the tug A B. Wain, at Chicago, caused the death o the eu Kiueer au i a deck baud, aud a loss of tf,0i)0. The captain was fatally seriously aud two other men badly hurt. A fight in a Detroit saloon was participated in by ten men, fiveof whom were lathers, who fought wiib their hatchets. Frauk Keaha i Was dangerously wounded and several others were injured. Lightning struck Barretsville, a negro sub urb of Princeton, Ky killiug au aged itegro woman named Betsey Stokes aud crippling a little negro boy. The wom an was crossing the street at the time, aud was killed ius antiy. FOREIGN. The course of the British house of lords in regard to the land bill is vigorously condemn ed in many quarters. It appears to be gen erally thought that uow tbe lords will yield on the points still in controversy, aud that serious trouble ..ill be avoided. At a riot lu the little Sardinian village of Suniuri, which grew out of peculation by the mayor, seveu persons were killed and 40 severely wouuded. It ib reported that the Russian government will put the graiu traffic of tbe season uuder official directiou, witti a view to prevent speculators from fleeciuti the peasants. The British bouse of lords have finally agreed to the laud bill as adopted by the com mons. V Orangemen are employing laborers to har vest the crops iu Ireland where tbe strike prevails, Anti-Jewish riots are still reported from Prussia. ' In tli - British bouse of commous debate on Paruell's motion, that the coercion act had not been administered in accordance with the pledges of tha ministers was continued at lenmti, and the motion was filially rejected by 83 to 80. In the course of the debate Gladstone declared that he would never be a party to unnecessary coercion, but that the release of the prisoners arrested uuder the act would not be effected i y heats. The ant i Jewish disturbances iu the district of PulUva, southern Russia, led to a fatal col 1 1 vn he' ween ti oops and a mob. One million florins in Russian imperials have left Holland for the United States. The London Times thinks that Pnrnell is plauuiug a new "agitation" and intimates that he belougs to the class who make a capital of Irish grievances and live upou the contribu tions of Irish people. Earl Granville told a deputation from the auti sluvery society that he intended to ap point consuls to Africa wiih power to travel, aud hoped to dimmish the slave trade. Contributions to the laud league fund this year aiuouut to over foJ.OJO, of which over 940,000 is from America. A diplomatic note from France to the Brit ish Ministry expresses tbe hope that an adjust, ment of the commercial treaty difficulty msy be reached before the expiration of the old treaty in November. Alsac Baden are to be made the "New Kingdom of the Rhiue" aud uuited with the Prusiau province of Rhinelaud. A fresh Arab outbreak is reported at Subo, in which four Europeans were killed. A San Francisco dispatch says : Tlietumored cause which led to the quick dispatch of the H. M. S. Ganneti for the Sandwich islands ou Mouday arose from tho fact that telegraphic information was received of the intention of tbe United States to gobble Kulak ma's king dom. It is added: The flagship is nailing to ward Honolulu from the South American coas aud that ships of other naval powers have been ordered to rendezvous there. The British house of commons in committee on supply have disposed of all Irish, items ex cept five, one of which was a vote for the con stabularv. Paruell aud other Iriah members violently denounced Secretary Foriter for his administration of law in Ireland. Rncent rains have seriously damaged the crops In Austria. Advices from San Domingo state that on Ju ly L"a the emissaries of the government discov ered the hiding place of Geuerals Raman Perez and Julia Frias and three wound! officers be longing to the party of General Alvarez. Ou the afternoon of the same day all were Bhot in the cemetery of San Doiniugo city, notwith standing the intercession of the diplomatic corps aud ecclesiastical body. France will send a military commission, beaded by lien. Bnlangcr, to participate in the Yorktowu Centeunial. The ultramontane lea lers In Germany lately received instructions from Rome to support the government as much as possible, particular in its financial policy. The Prince of Wales was suddenly prostrat ed by a cold of such gravity as to cause general publie alarm. His condition at the pres ent time is such that the atteuding physicians feel compelled to keep the public informed by regular bulletins. Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, It Is said, is about to le-euter political life. He has published h letter in which he recommends his couutry men tn Ireland to give the land bill a fair trial aud see how it works, and to wait for the next sessiou of parliament to amend it in features which Bhall prove to le inadequate or evil. DETROIT MARKETS. API'I.BS pe obi i'i One Mule yniieUed t MBANS Quod unMioriod, perbu.. I Beeswax per lb HI'TTEH Bent RSSdSS cheese Ohio and MIchlfan.per lb i ia i. -Stove and nut S -Km Oom - per bu Dhiei) KMU it Applet, per lb " evaporated Peaches Koos - per dos i Kko it run, car lots, per ton 1 Oosraa middling 14 Fine mlddilnm IS Ki.oitb White Wheat brands Seconds 4 Hay Choice timothy, new crop 12 Clover, new crop 10 haled, choice Umnthr 10 Hides Ureen Cured .... Hops Htate Oats- V hlte MUed ovions pr bbl 4 Peaches per ba I Potatoes per bu HALT Onondaga 1 Haalnaw 1 Tai.uiw per Ib V HI AT -No. 1 while 1 -No. ? white 1 No. I red I Wood- per cord 4 01 1 hi) (4 7u W in (is 17 Qi 'uo; 60 & IU i U 11 M 10 nu Si ID 10 u 00 IMI 7.'. 50 ;o N nil 6 8 II 40 ...u 10)14 w II cm 4 "Ml '! (4116 a 60 MM Mi mi 6 60 to :io 36 n i iu ( 1 34 I 01 A H 36 32 ?S 60 Feeble Ladles. Those languid, tiresome sensations, canting you to feel scarcely able to be ou your feet; that constant drain that is taking from your system all Its elasticity; driving the bloom f i oni your cheeks; that contiuuat Mtrain upou your vital forces, rendering you irritable and fretful, can easily removed by the use of that marvelous remedy, Hop Hitters. Irregu larities and obstructions of your system are relieved at ouoe,whlle the special cause of peri odical pain Is permanently removed. Cincin nati HaUinUty Sight. CH1CA00 TIMES. Like the prophet iu his ovn country is he who, without proper credential?, seeks the ooufideuce of others. Not my is this t e ca-e socia'lj and politically, hut in busings every Vi he;e. A certificate as t c!mr;;c' r and worth is BonlelhuiK we may all find use for Bouie time iu life. Among business men a popular mode of oriugiug their goods to the favorable notice of tue pu'jlic by aid of the piess is that of pub liBhiug testimonial. It is uot the Intention of this article to dwell upou the possible unau theuticity of such stnteaienls. 1 1. at announce ments of this kind are frt iiueutly the subject of doubt aud ridicule every reader of news papers probably knows. Tbe testimonials promulgated by producersof so-called "patent" or proprietary preparations have been special ly opeu to sueeriug doubs as to their geuuiue ues. The writer was dispatched on Thursday to discover, if possible, by actual exuumatiou of facts, how far theBe remarks would apply to tiie claims of an article which has been exten sively placed before tbe public eye, indorsed, as it is claimed, by many prominent men througliout tbe country. A visit was first paid to the Gymuasium connected with the Chicago Athaeneum, which, with a single exception, in San Francisco, Is claimed to be the best eijuipped iustltullou of the kind in this coun try. Professor UL O. Duplessis, the lustructoi of g muastics, statM that it gave him pleasure t say that the St Jacobs Oil was used In pref erence to everythiug tbey kuew of or had ever 1 1 leu, tor soreness of the limb and muscles, xpraius, swellings, stiffness bruises, blisters, etc.; that both the professionals and amateur bad fouud it "a true aud trusted frieud." The professor had also seen the happiest result from tbe use of the oil iu cases of rheumatism and Himdur complains, and ended by saying: "We recouiineud it urnst warmly. The relief it gives is remarkable." J. 1. L. Harvey. Everybody living on the South side knows this geutleman, who has beeu a resident of Chicago for over tweuty years. His establishment, 'The i'alace Market," Nob. 104, 100 and 10H Twenty-second street, is prohably the finest of Its kiud In the city, aud numbers among its customers most of the aristocratic families of that section or Chi cago. Mr. Harvey expressed himself upon the "ml subject" as follows: "I have speut over 2,000 to cure my wife of rheumatism. Two bottles of St. Jacobs Oil accomplished what all the medical treatment and other remedies failed to bring about. I regard It as a greater discovery thau electricity. It is a boou to th human race, and I am very glad to have this opportunity of testifyiug to its remarkable efficacy. L cannot speak too highly of it, and I would be recreant to my duty to those atllicted did I uot lift my voia a iu its t raise." i'erbaps there is no class of men iu tbe city whoae occuoation so predisposes them to rheumatic afllictious as the members of the fire department. Called from Wurm beds at all hours of the uigbt aud going suddenly out into the cold, with insuffic.eiit protection from the weather, it is no winder that they are the v cuius of ueuialgia and rheumati-ui. This fact prompted the reporter to call on I .aptaiu Hen Hullwinkle, of tbe fire patrol, aud to auk turn to uive his experience in the use of the medicine apt. Hullwinkle Bald: "I have uBed SL Jacobs Oil iu a good many cases of rheum atism 1 1 non my men, and it never fails to give perfect satisfaction. One of my men in the West-side station was once buried under a pile of coal as much as a ton. It was twenty minutes before he was extricated, und it it a wonder that he lived t!,.ou 'h it. when w finally dug Mm out, lie was very badly bruised, but we applied St. JacolisOd aud it cured him. It is certainly a good thing. ' In rearcu ef information in regard to this oil as a remedy for the ailments of our eouine friends, the writer next wended his wuy to the biHcksBiitti Bhop of .Mi. g. Grobtd, at No. 512 t anal street. Mr. urot.el was just imparting a scientific curve to a glowing symbol of good luck when the mau of news entered. In answer to oiiestious Mr. Grobel stated that he had bought a horse very cheap by reason of a severe lameness of longstanding iu the stitle cord, a disease which, as is well known, is veiy difficult to cure. The horse was almost worthless. A few bottles of St. JacobB Oil, however, had effected a radical cure. He soon after soM the hoive, aud real ized a good sum. Saul tbe blacksmith: 'I have also used it on myself for neuralgia. For a number of years I have been alllicled w ith neuralgic Sciatica as the doctois c lied it, ex tending from kuee to hip. 1 spent as much as $2 ) at one time iu doctor's lulls aud fouud uo rslirf. Finally I tiied St. Jacobs oil, aud it helped me very much and cured me. 1 would not live without a bottle of it iu my house'. I have .lso tried to introduce Itaaoof my friemls A young man, Join Madden, was complete'.: disabled with rheiumitHin and neuralgia iu the head. We thought tiuit he would die, but a thorough trial of this mediciue was most suc cessful iu his case, aud he is uow perfectly cured.' Mr. Washington Hesdug, one of our promt ueutijeruiaus, was visited at his private nflot on Fifth avenue. Mr. Hcsiug manifes cu a I ttle reluctauce to having hid name appear in this connection, but u little Nd'Otlon ou bin owu part, aud persuaaiou on the part of the visitor, convinced him that it would tie for the good of the suffering t let Ins experience with St. Jacobs Oil te known. He said: "Iu the summer of lhTh, in alighting from a buggy, I slipped, teii, ami spraiued my lettiiukle. The bun was a serious one; indeed, I was unable to walk at ail. 1 procured a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and applied it, and relief came aim st im mediately. Notwithstanding the severe in jury I sustained by the accident, the next day I could walk a little, aud iu four days, by- reasou of continuous application, tho pain and swell mg attendant upou tbe sprain were all gone. 1 used nothing else and attribute the cure solely to the use of this remedy. I have also used it in my family, a member of which was for a long time a sufferer from rhenuatis .:. She was cured; and, in fact, I have eeu the medicine tried iu a great nuui'ier of cases vinong my friends, and have never known i to fail. There are several gentlemen in tli oil ice that can tell you the same stoiy." The following lac's were elicited from Messrs. Hartuian Brothers, at the corner of State and Van Huren streets: Tbe janitor of their buildi g was crippled with rheumatism. His leg was so sw I n an i painful that he limped atout iu a most pitiable manner. He was unable to walk aud unfit for his duties. Noueof the numerous medicines be used beue tited him, uutil be tried the St. Jacobs Oil, which cured hm promptly aud so comp'etely that he is uow as "lively as a cricket." A in. nn I ei of tbe above house Btated that he him self had frequently used the oil with invariably gratifyiug r suits. "We endorsent," remarked Mr. Hartmau. Going past the drug st ire of Bodetuann A Zinu, corner of State und Jackson streets, it was thought it might be a scheme worthy of trial to step iu uud see what these popular druggists naid of tbe medicine. Mr. Bodeiuaun, the senior partnr r, was about going to din ner, but at the earnest solicitation of tbe pen cil shover, was prevailed upon to stay and be interviewed. He said: "1 confess I did not at first thiuk much of St. Jacobs Oil, but a friend of mine, a doctor, who hail tried it upon himself, told me some time ago to recommend it to my customers. Since then I have cold large quantities of it. The doctor, by the way, has beeu a physlciau for tweuty five yeare iu this ci y. He is well and favorably knowu in medical aud social circbs, and is very enthu siastic in his praises of this remedy. I might refer you to mauy more medical geulleiuen n the city who likewise favor aud even prescribe this specific. My s ties of the article are veiy large, lu fact, more extensive thau those ol any other proprietary mediciue for any com plaint that I have ever sold. It fulfills the promises of its makers lu every particular. I have to fend almost daily orders to the hou e. I have noticed the results of its use in mauy c ises, and they are uniformly most satisfac tory. I tell you, my private opinion is that to dispute the qualities of St. Jacobs oil is, like Pelton's, a nopeless case of 'futile dal lance."' Mr. Bedem tun has been a druggist in this city for twelve .ai , and his op.uiou is a weighty one. Mr. M. I). Shevlin, who has for some time sold the scales manufactured by Forsythe a Co., was seen at the company's office, on Jack sou street, near La Salle, and he was found to he enthusiastic in his appreciation of the ef ficecy of the medicine. Said he: "I myself have used St Jacobs Oil for rheumatism iu the hip. For whole nights I had lieen In the greatest paiu, and without sleep. Bat I found that a liberal use of this liuiment greatly re lleve.l and ultimately cured me. The relief In my case was so prompt that I recommended it to several other parties. Oue of these was a man whose knee was so swollen that he could not walk, and this trouble was of longptand iug. He it 'ed the oil, and in two days was as Well as he had ever neeu iu his life. Another case was that of a child win was alllicted with a complicated hip trouble. By the use of St. Jacobs Oil she was relieved and mads happy. 1 could refer you to several other cases having a similar history. From what I have Been,! believe it to be the best thing of the klud I have ever knowu." A tour of some of the pr-uuineut wholefaie aud rut il druKK s's W is taken to fiud out the extent to which tnis remedy is b'iug sold lu mis cuy. Among were Van Schaak, stevenw n 0 ., L rd, stouVkLb 'g 4 Co., M irisoD, Piu nmerAC ., H. A Hnrlbut C. and Buck Jk Buy ner. Membeia of tbe seveui Aims were lu frfeff case Interviewed, and all spoke iu ihe highest terms of the oil as a selling article, aud said that tbey had great difficulty in keeping up their slock, as tne sales were rapidly Increasing. Nearly all said this was the best selliug proprietaiy medicine In tbe market. Iu regard to its efficacy as a remedy, most of them said (hat they had the most fav orable reports from their customers, aud some testified from persoual experience and ubser vat .on io the beneficial results derived from it use. Among these latter was Mr. Peter Van dinar k, the senior member of the well knowu Arm of Van Sbanck, Stevenson & Co., whole sale drmrirists, proprietors of the "Old Sala mander Drug House." Seated in his private otlice, lie delivered himself to the writer as follows: "Wholesale druggists have but little opportunity to obtain certain knowledge of tbe efficacy of their goods. To this rule, how ever, St. Jacobs Oil forms, with us, by far the most conspicuous exception that lever knew of. Mai of my persoaai friends, prouiiueut business men of b.uh standing in society, have tried .the remedy aud cuuuot say enough in its favor. A sdvete case of rheumatism was treated with the med cu 3 under my own oh ervation, ah I the results were rtaliy surpns- mg. when ail other remedies nad famed, th'.B had prove 1 efficacious. The reports we hear from trustworthy source are all in its favor. As au article of sale, St, JacobB Oil is really ma chless. You may form au Idea of tbe popular favor which it enjoys among the trade and the people wheu I tell you that nearly every order we re ceive, as 1 show you by the file t and we huve several thousand customers) includes St. J a cobs Oil. You see that our sales of the article are probably a better index of its popularity thau those of other jobbing drug houses iu the Northwest, from the fact that as we empluy uo so-called uruuners" or commercial tourists, our demands for St. Jacob's Oil are uot Solicit ed orders, but the imperative demands of the retail trade aud people." Mr. George Barnes, of the firm of Bagnall A Barnes, who has been a commission merchant ou S iuth Water street for more than fifteen years, said that his wife had been a severe sn tterer with neuralgia for years and had tried mauy remedies iu vain. St. Jacob's Oil is tbe ouly thing that brought her relief, aud moie lliau mat it cured her. He stated that be had recouimeuded it to his neighbors aud it gave universal satisfaction wherever used. Mr. bleorge K. Colsou, Man Carrier No. 22, had bee afflicted with a severe lameness of long standing in his right leg. He stated that he had used 3fc Jacob's Oil with the same hap py results giveu iu the foregoing Interviews. Few business houses are so well known throughout the entire Nurthwe.st as that of Julius Bauer A Co., on Wabash aveuue, tbe dealers in pianos and musical instruments. Mr. Hermann Bauer, a member of that house, stated that from his own experience with the St. Jacob's Oil, and from general observations of its effect among his German friends, be could endorse it in the highest terms. "It is assuredly a most excellent remedy," he added. I'ue-e interviews, as herein reported, should be enough to satisfy the most skeptical, of tbe wonderful, almost miraculous properties con tained in these little bottler As for the writer, his mind was so bewilder ed with the revelatious of the duy that wheu he stretched his tired Inn lis upou his do wuy couch, sleep refused to settle upon his eyes aud slumber forsook bis eye-lids. Flitting hi ace - pursued each other through his brains with inconceivable rapidity. Vaiu were his strivings to capture these phantoms, until, fin ally, with an almost superhuman effort a clutch was made lu the air, and one of these children of fancy was made captive. When examined it was found to run as follows: When weary aud disconsolate, From earth's turmoil, Go west, young man, and cultivate SL Jacob soil. The best recorded bicycle time for one mile is 2.4G; for two miles, 5.36; for three miles, 8.54. Mi-ssr. HnklriR St I'o , AKentB White Bronze Monu ments, 52 I'm sun -t reel. Deiroll, Mich. DKAii Sins - Thl ha been a glori ous week for White Bronie. Two parties caiue down from New York city unsolicited and ordered six white i'i in'' monuments for Greenwood I erne tery. tls sold No. 2 1H with life site statue of Kulth to g-o to lliirtionl, the home of the Mew Kin; land Oraulte I o. Thesa larice orders from such ar istocratic locstlons certain y are stlmultlng. I) -i nl 1 I KK. BeSt'V Monumental llronto Co. Are you langid, unfitted, f rr work'.' lo you need bracing up? James' Tonic Pills w.ll loue you up, cure you of the blues, headache, d'.ziness aud put uew life in you. Ouly 25cts Jus. E. Davis Jfc Co., wholesale agls Detroit, Mich. James' Couh Pill Co., Buffalo, N. Y., proprietor. Mas. LlDU E. Pinkham, 2JS We dern Ave Lyuu, Man, is rapidly acquiring au enviable reputation for the surprising cures which daily result from the use of her Vexiktarle COMPOUND In all female diseases. Seud to her for pamphlets. RESCUED FROM DEATH. The following statement of William Cough 1 in, of Somerville, Mass., iaso rcmai. able that we beg to ask for it tho attention i oiirrcaJlers. He Hays: " In the fall of l.STii 1 v. m taken with a violent bleeding of Till LUXOi followed by a severe cough. 1 soon began to lose my appetite and flesh. I wa.u so weak at onetime I could not leave my bed. In the summer of 1877 I was admitted to the City Hospital. While there the doc- s said I had a hole in my left lung as big a a half dollar. I expended over a hundrt-o ilollars in doctors and medicines. 1 Ihwao far gone at one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a fri nd told me of Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam FOB the Lungs. 1 laughed at my friend, Junking that my case was incurable, but 1 jot a bottle to satisfy them, when to my sur jirise and satisfication, I pommenced to feel bottaf My hope,onc4 dead, began to revive, und to-day I feel in better spirits than I have Uic past three v cars. " 1 writo this hoping you will publish It, SO 'hat every one alllicted with diseased lung will be induced to take Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, and be convinced thai Consumption can be cured. I have .a ken two bottles and can positively say thai It lias done more good than all the otlui li dicines I have taken since my sickness My cough has almost entirely disanpearei ml I Bhall soon be able to go to work." JAS. E. DAVIS & CO., Wholesale Drug '.ists. Detroit, Mich., Agents. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Sure Cure Found at Last. No One Noo i Suffer. A Sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams (an Indian remedy), called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment A single box has in oil the worst chronic cases of 25 and 80 yrars standing. No one need suffer five min utes after applying this wonderful soothing a - Heine. Lotions, Instruments, and Elec tuaries do more harm than good, Williams' O'ntment absorbs the tumors, allays the in truse itching (particularly at night after get ting warm iu Led), acts as a poultice, gives in st nit aud painless relief, and Is prepared only for Piles, itching' of the private parts, and noth It s? else. Read what the Hon. J. M. CofflnlieiTy. of Cleveland, says about Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment: "I have used scopes of pile cures, hut It affords me pleasure to say that I have t ever found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. Wil liam' Indian ointment." For sale by all druggists, or mailed on re ceipt of price 1 1.()0. F. S. HENRY & CO., Proprietors, Clevelaud, Ohl' . KAKR .Nl) WILLIAMS A re 4rliia. Itr. . Pensions :! s I. in Kits, fr Kathors IheM, Widow. Children Ktc iih ml ret entitled. I'en- MonB tor any wound or dlnHe. Rounty yet duet i 1 1 m -ii n lenloner entitled to lncreaeof pen Klon. New law and derisions. 1 line limited. Ap ply at once. Address, with two stumps, for laws, blanks and Instructions, r, II UBLSTON 4 CO., U. ft. Claim Attorneys, Box IIS, Washlnatun. O. C. Wise and Otherwise. Dr. Louis of New-Orleans, who is something of a wag, called on a colored minister and propounded a few puzzling questions. "Why is it uaid lie, "that you aro not able to do the miracles that the apostles, did? They wore pro tected against all poisons aud all kind of perils; how is it that you ure uot protected in the tatne via?' The colored hiother responded promptly, "Don't know about that, doctor; I s'pect I is; I've taken a mighty sight of strong medicine from you, and 1 is alive yet." At tli last Nenagh assizes an old woman was charged witli having mali ciously set lire to a Roman Catholic chapel. Observing that she was what is called "unrepresented by coun sel," the judge said to her, "Have you no counsel ?" "I have not, yer anner," answered the old woman cheerfully. "But I must tell you what perhaps you do not know, that this is a very serious offence, and you may be sent to prison lor a considerable time. Surely you have at least an attorney to defend you ?" "Borra a one, yer anner," said the ohl woman; "but," she added, with an encouraging wink and a smile, "I've siveral good friends among the jury." WHS. LVDIA L PINKHAM. I'F LYNN, MASS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEftsTABLE COMPOUND. Is a Positive Core for all thoae ralnfiil 4'amplalats und WVnesM common to our beat SmmW population. It will cure entirely the worst form of l'emalo Con plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Cloera. II. .n. Falling and Displacements, and tbe consrnueDt inul Weaknt-wi, aud Is particularly adapted to th Ciango of Life. It wlU 'risaotT and pet"no"0,nt,1u,,, an early Uko of deTelopment. Tha tendency to can oeroua humorsthere Is checked rery speedily by Its use. It remo res I ntnoss, flatulency, destroys all crarln( forstwualants, and relieTes weakness of tho stomach, tt cures BloaUag, Headaches, NcrTous Prostration, Oaneral "X-btllty, Sleeplessness. Depression and Indi gestion. That feeling st bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, Is alwnys nermaneatly cured by lta use. It will at all times and under all circumstances act In harmony with the laws tliat govern the female system. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this Compound is unsurpassed. LYDIA E. PI.VKIIAM'S VEOETABLE COM POUND la prepared at S3S aad 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price 1. Six bottles for 5. Sent by mail lu the form of pUls, also In the form of losenKes, on receipt of pries, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Plukham freely answers all lett: rs of Inquiry. Send for pamoh let. Address as aboTe. Mmtion thit raptr. no fainUy should be without LTDIA K. PINKHAJf 'S UVKK PILLS. They curd constipation. bUloiisnasa ana torpidity of Hie liver. t& cents per liox. Sr Hold hv U Drwgirlata. PERRY DAVIS' Pain-Killer A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Sprains AND Burns AND Scalds, Toothache AND Headache. Who want ft .lire una snjr mmimnr wan " be frt-flff lined internally or rxtnrnatly, without fear of harm nml with certainty of relief. Its nrice brines it within Ihe Hinge of ell. Sad it will annually save many Omes its cost In lex-tor bills. Price. 95 rrif, HO cent, and I on kt bottle. Directions accompany each bottl. FOR SAIF RV Mt npiiooiSTg nr-AE i'tUCS'M, the omy patented AH TIFICIAL. EAK IJHUBH U I m U r are Cushioned, Ventilated, Comfor 11 Iss IB I tnble andunnotired,and Restore PF, PIiE Hearing. Physlclana highly re mm as sa command them. Bend Stamp for ll L A D Treatise. Also patented In Kurepe. HrflK H. P. K. PBK K. AgC I I La ti 1 1 No. 116 Masau street. New York. Ben 4 stamp for Catarrh Cure. Mailed Free. Ha JHANIAL ok am OMOEOFATHlR Vi-ilrin.T-v Ti",.artlaro. Dtligncdfor all Dnmaitie Animal. Heronil Ki.l.-t Kdillnn, Illustrated, Lsrfs .v., substantial! Iiound, 1'rlrs (A.H. Tills beit Is spetislly written for tha Stork-rslnr, Fan.-lar Uvi-ry-stiibls mss, and Farmer. Tha alrarllnns lor trrattnool sre plain, cinrlas end reliable. Snl free by mall ea reralpt ef arles. Address: BORKICKK A TAKKL'H lluMulorATHtoPaaaaa. ass St New Vnrk, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chlrafo, KawOr lana. San FrsnMara. Stialiiraa F.atahllati-,1 In la i'., i DdMETTAUR'S Tr. MKTTAUR'S nEADACITK riLTi cure moat wonderfully In a very short time both SICK and NKKVOCS 11 EA lACHK and while acUag on the nervous system, cleanse the stomach of excess of bile, producing a regular healthy action of the bowels. A full slse box of these Talnablo 11 1 1 .s, with full directions for a com plete cure, mailed to any address on receipt of nine three-ceut postajsre stamps. For sale by all druggists at toe. Bole Proprietors, HBO Wit CHEMICAL COMPANY, Baltimore, Md- VflllllP 1IC II l-esrn 'JeiSrfrspnyt Rarn.4S TI UUU IflCn month. Uradual nu.. i-anieed pay In oSlees. drea VALkM'i.NB tlhot .lnaatlle -i- Am -ure, Mala and Van ale, cs n make rroui dollars a nay celling ui I rise v.. . . n i i sckage U:, Netxliee ill a (An age col pif-Ul Mmiui.; pM ag ri u 9 1- i " 1 1 ' " " -' ri. ran cka k- 16 tie. ll iua . v . Tsnai.i.u am at t sVcJ Ior i liti isi. JU'll'h m i . . a u ov New 1'iin-h la -r. THE LADIES OF THt WHITE HOUSE." OH JN THS HOME OF THJ pn.BBIDBWTS. 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TUTT'S PILLS srs eapeelslly adapted to such caaea.one dose effects auch arhange of feeling as to aatoniah the sufferer. They larreitse the Appetite, and cauae ths body to Taks an FlessL thus tbe avstem la rl.ln-d.n l by tlx -Ir Tonlr Actionem the DlffeatlT Orsrans, tgalar sj tools are ir duced. Prtca '2r i-euta. fa Marrtay Sit., w.T. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Ohay Hair or Whisk sas chanted to a Glossy 1 i i a i k by a stnirle application of this Dra. It Imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously. bulil l Irn(iiil-., it wnt by eipress on r.rfii't "f fl . Office, 36 Murray St., Now York. J Da Mils BJASt AL of Valaakl. lafsnastUa s4 k rf.i w.'r. win u ssaii rsit syatinnio. " BOTH I VERSIONS HEADACHE PILLS