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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
John Hogg, euperiuttmdeiJt of the Michigan fttn ii hiu'k mine at Woodrillu. four wiles wiwt of Jaokaon oo Friday was htruck u ade aoendlDg cage wiiii such force a to break sev eral riba aud badly braiae hla be d, beaidee lu flioling internal Injuries tbat may Drove fata). Hla condition Ls critical. The Hon. Clement Smith, judge of probate, baa been granted a inandamua by tbe aupreme court, directed to tbe board of aupervlaora of Barry county, compelling them to pay 300, the amount tbey reduced bia aalary. The attain of the fiah Arm of labell St Merrill, Detroit have been placed in tbe banda a re ceiver, J. B. Wayne, the principal creditor. Major Setn T. Otia of Ann Arbor, died aud ienly of apoplexy, aged 71. Mrs. Farraudof Frultport, recently went out of doors, laiivluir bar baby near tbe Btove. Ou returniug, the child waa burned to death. Lou (iriffltb, near Nllea, waa thrown from hla wairon by a runaway team, and received ujurlee which may prove fatal. Basil rrovoat, an aged Frenchman, was found dead in bia shanty near Vaasar. He had a wife In Canada, but had lived alne during the past month. Tbe reaiiienoe of Auguat Jobnaon at White hall, waa burned Sunday. The Preaident baa aent to the Senate the namea of Samuel Poet, for peusion agent; S. S Matthews, marshal eastern district; 8. M Cutcheon, U. S. attorney or aame d atrict; Kd ward Boot, postmaater for Coldwater; J. H. Hixon, poatmaater at Uadlllac; Jonathan HoIiiimm. noatmaater at Grand Ledge: and Franklin Moore, poatmaater at SU Clair. H. N. Bider's fine farm bouae at Ceresco waa burned down on Tuesday. Tbe thermometer at Cheboygan on Tuesday stood at 22 degrees below xero. Ice had formed across the straits. John Mlnock, a farmer of Bedford, killed James Carr, of tbe same township, then he was found oomlnir out of his bedroom Tuesday morning with 44 dollars of Minock's money scuttle ensued, In wblon, it Is said, Carr also need a knife, but tbe latter received cuts from which he died In a few minutes. The money waa found on his person. In the Supreme Court at Lansing, in tbe case of the aoolication for tbe dlacharire of Hugh S. Peoples, on the ground of tne illegal! tv of his arrest Judare Graws delivered the opinion of the Bench, denying the application, but saying that he may be admitted to ball Judge Campbell dissented, holding that he should not be balled. Mr. Lord basso worded the bill for anew eustom bouse at Detroit that it leaves optional the purchase of a new site or the enlargement f the present one. Place, Peck & Willis's foundry, at Allegan was burned Tuesday night Lots $4,000; insur ance $26,000. St Paul Episcopal church of Flint, one of the finest stone edifices in the state, wan dedi cated Wednesday. A three months old child of Mr. and Mrs, Josenh Smith, of Grand Banids. was found smothered in its mother's arms. The store of Camp, Morrell 4 Camp, Jack son, waa entered in the rear basement on Wed nesday night, and their entire stock of Bilks and satins, valued at $10,000, was Btoleo. C. H. Ackley of Adrian, wholesale dealer in toys and notions, has made an assignment The treasurer of Marqnette county resigned to-day. His a(counts show at present n short age of $18,000, and he has made an assignment of bis entire personal and real property for the benefit of his bondsmen. It Is thought that his bondsmen are reliable men and the county will not lose anything. A fire In Ortonvllle on Wednesday burned the hardware store of Mr. Lock wood, and the harness shop of Wo. Bingham, on the second floor. The goods were moatly saved. During a violent wind and rain storm Thurs day evening at Grand Rapids, the Hon. Thomas D. Gilbert, president of the City National bank. was thrown to tbe ground and suffered a com Doond fracture of an ankle. Other minor dam ages were caused by tbe storm. William Sullivan and Lennder Ogden of Flint, were arrested in tbe act of robbing Walker E. Wright, an old farmer living near the city, The assignee of the Tecumseh bank which recently failed gives this as the present status of affairs: Liabilities $49,896.47. To meet this there are nominal asseta amounting to S4&211.05. Of these there are probably avail able $29,410.19, and thla Includes the property of Fitzsimmons, president of the bank, which amounts to $10,000. The gale at Grand Haven Thursday night was so severe as to blow down f ur larg smoke stacks and the scaffolding around them belonging to the mills of tbe Grand Haven lumber company. The court boose at Northport was burned Thursday morning. Including the records of tbe probate court, tbe town library and G. H Cutler's law library. The shingle manufacturers of Saginaw val lev. at their meeting on tbe 28th, fixed the pride of x x x shingles at $8.(15 per 1000. N. F. Beckee and Co., merchants of Pinck ney, bare failed to the amount of $21,000. Hugh Peoples has been admitted to ball, he giving bonda in the sum of $5,000, Ice companies and private persons at Owos- so secured 2,500 tons during tbe late cold snap, but want about as much more. Wm. Gale, of Grand Baplds, for merely a journalist of some repute, now charged with forging a mortgage, surrenders to the office. but denies tbe charge of forgery, and says the signature of the complainant la genuine. MISCELLANEOUS. The steamer Nellie Sherwood is still running from Kingston to Cape Vincent the latest running ever known between those porta. There are 70,000,000 standard sliver dollars in the U. S. treasury, and $62,000,000 in silver cer tificates outstanding. A majority of the bouse committee, 9 to 2, favor the Diagley resolution for tbe continu ance of the national banking system. Tbe executive committee of the national board of health has declared smallpox epidem ic In the United States. Action Is baaed on direct proof of the widespread distribution of the dis ease coming from many cities by press dls pa'ches. Hon. Clarkson N. Pottery leading Democrat ic politician, and ex member of Congress from Mew York city, died Monday of Brlght's die, ease and apoplexy. He was son of Bishop Alonzo Potter, and a grandson of the late Preaident Nott Bev. Dr. Enoch Pond, President of the Ban gor Theological Seminary and otherwise con nected with It for more than 60 years, died Snn day last aged 91. Information is received tbat Melvtn Lewis, of Valparaiso, has been brutally murdered and robbed by two tramps near Franklin, La. The thermometer stood at from 10 to 28 de gree below xero at Albany, Tuesday morning. A Are was started by a lamp explosion at Bralnard, Minn., which destroyed a block of frame structures. G. T. Hanford, conductor of the trair- ruu in to at Spuyten Doyvll, was arrested Tuesday and held for trial with bail at $d,000, by older f the coroner. Tbe city authorities at Bikbart, Iud are erecting a email pox hospital, in oruer to prop erly treat expected cases. I havn been reported 67 cases of small l x at rort dervif, n. seven or mem rauu. The session of the senate Wednesday waa takeu up with eulogieB on the late Senator Matt Carpenter. Capt. James B. Fulton, for many years chief engineer of the Illinois southern hospital for tbe insaue, was killed by a falling elevator Tuesday. It is reported tbat tbe veterable Judge Drummond.of the UDited States diBtrlct court for Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, is about to retire aud be succeeded by Hen. Milton Hay, of Springfield, ill. Four masked robbers entered the house of Charles Humebrlgbt, in New Portage, 0 only two daughters being at home. They made tbe girls take off their shoes and stockings, tied one to the safe and the other to the stove threatening to burn one and blow up the oth er unless tbey ouened the safe, They took $120. Mrs. Garfield received the verdict of the jury at her Euclid Ave. borne by private tele gram from Col. Bockwell. She said the vei diet was not a surprise to her, and the news did not drive from her face the deadness it has worn since tbe 2d. of July. At Minneola fifteen persons are said to be suffering from trinchina, from eating ham at a party, and three have died. Fiuding a package of white powder on bis mantel piece, Judge Caldwell of St Louis, threw it in tbe fire, whiob waa followed by tern the explosiou, and severe injuries to the judge. Strawberries are plenty in tbe market at Jacksonville, Fla., and W. H. Pillow, the great shipper begins to ship north. In the Thomas insurance forgery ose at Buffalo, juror Smitb bettame wildly insaue. Ihe old Mu rat mansion in Tallabassa, Florl da, occupied many years by the Princess Mu i .it, widow of Priuce Charles Mural, son of Napo leau's favorite, king of Naples, was burued Thursday night The wind storm of Thursday night reached Saratoga, N. V., at 8 o'clock Friday morning, wrecking houses, barns, trees, telephone and telegraph wires, and causing heavy losses generally. Cincinnati reports 72 new cases of small pox. Two more victims of the late Sbauesville, O. disaster, making nine fatal caaoe, died yester terday. Three more will probably die Mrs. Mary Cass Canfield, reliot of the late Capt Augustus Canfield, and daughter of Gen. Lewis Cass, died at her home in New York on the 29th Inst But one of 4eu. Cass's family remain, Mrs. Ledyard,of Newport, B. I. By a collision on the L. S. fc M. S. railroad near Sturgla, two freight trains, including 15 cars and the engines, were wrocked. For the want of vaccine virus at Hong Kong, the authorities there vaccinate with mucilage. The steamer Mary Latham lately brought 67o passengers to San Francisco thus vaccinated with a clean bill of health, signed by Lockhead and Consul Mosby. Judge Blatcbford, of New York, Is spoken of as Justice Hunt's probable successor on the Supreme bench. CONGRESS. Jan. ti The House went into Committee of the whole, and took up the bill to relieve tbe two soldiers from the charge of desertion, who had been unjustly treated on that charge dur ing tbe war, convicted and imprisoned. M Holman moved to recommit the bill, with in Nt ructions to report a general law, covering similar cases. Mr. Bandall thought the com in it tee on military affairs should report a bill giving tbe war department power to exercise discretion and clemency In such case, aud thus relieve Congress of -the necessity of action Tbe bill was ordered to be reported to tbe House. In the House bills were introduced to apply the proceeds of sales of public lands to school purposes, and for tbe preparation of a list of persons claiming pensions; also to increase the salaries of members of the Mississippi river commission $2,000 per annum; to appropriate 92,000,000 to prevent tbe spresd of yellow fever to regulate and prevent Chinese immigration and to amend the national bank act and pro vide a uniform currency. The Senate judiciary committee agreed upon and directed Senator Edmunds to report a bill in reference to polygamy. Tbe bill provtd that any uersou who practice' it shall be dls franchised and disqualified from holding any office. Memorial services were held in honor of the late Gen. Burnside, and glowing trib utes were paid by several senators. Jan. 24. In tbe senate Mr. Edmunds, from the judiciary committee, reported a bill to amend the revised statutes for the punish ment of polygamy aud for other purposes, with sunory amendments, and gave notice that an early consideration of the bill would he urged. Mr. Allison presented the creden tials of James T. Wilson as a senator from Iowa: laid on the table. Senator McDill was sworn in for the sh rt term. In the house resolutions were passed calling on the secre tary of the navy for his reasons for refusing to establish coaling stations in Panama, as direct ed by the last house: calling on the state de partment for ail correspondence between the department and governments, companies aud persons relative to the Chill Peru trouble, and asking heads of tbe department for opinions as to best way to Improve the merchant marine Jan. 25. In tbe Senate, Senator Blair's bill to appropriate $15,000,000 this year, $14,000, 000 next year, and so on, tbe sum being dimin ished $1,000,000 each year for educational pur poses in tbe South, is earnestly endorsed by Southern members. Tbe house committee on ways and mean have agreed to report in favor of the McKinley bill, which reverses the decision of the secre tary of tbe treasury in regard to the classifica tion of hoop Iron, cotton ties, and steel blooms, and increases the duties thereon. The bill to retire Justice Hunt passed the house by a vote of 187 to 89. Most of tne eppoaitlon came from the democratic aide In tbe senate to-day Senator Miller of Cal ifornia, from the committee on foreign rela tions, reported a bill to enforce tbe treaty stipulations in relation to Chinese Immigrants, and gave notice that he would call it up to morrow. Mr. Lapham presented three me morials, very nnraernusly signed, asking legis lation for the punishment of polygamy. Laid on the table with pending bills. Sepator Van Wyck offered a resolution directing the secre tary of the interior to suspend the surveys of public land under what la known as the deposit system, ana the committee on panne lands to Inquire into the alleged abuses under this sys tem. Jan. 27. In the Senate, Mr Logan Intro duced a bill providing for the distribution of pure vaccine matter; Mr. Edmunds one to pun ish for the counterfeiting of United States rates, bonds and other securities; Mr. Beck, one to provide for the erection of a public building at Lexington, Ky. Mr. Morrill reported favor ably the bill providing for an eduoatlonal fund and appropriating a portion of the proceeds of tbe public lands therefor. In the House, Mr. Townsend offered a reso lution, reciting the efforts of Mormons in Utah to Incite the Piute and Navajo Indians lo acts of hostility against the government; and oalliug on tbe Secretary of Interior for infor mation. Mr. Orth desired tbat the further con aideration of the resolution offered by him from Ibe committee on foreign affairs, request ing the President to furnish a list of American citizens confined In English prison a, be post poned until Tuesday. l' VittlG The project for a tunnel under the British chauuel between Dover and Calais is progress. ing finely. At a meeting of the Southeastern railway company shareholders at London an agreement was sanctioned with the new Submarine A Continental company which wUI take up and carry on tbe scheme, the railway company re taming a large number of shares to be offered to its present stockholders. Many of these have already beeu taken up. Paris dates of the 23d say: It is behove 1 that before the week's end there will be a complete rupture betweeu Gravy and tbe cabinet, tbe dissolution of tbe chambers and the ordering ef a new general election. Gainbett 1 adheres to hia position, and his supporters claim that dissolution will be a victory for him ou tbe scrutln de itate, All other parties think not It is generally suspected that tbe scrutln de list coven a policy of centralization and the ueetruction of local government. A Prague dispatch says the couit is sitting in private on the trial of 81 workmen, who are charged with speaking disrespectfully of tbe Emperor of Austria. A Vienna dispatch says foreigu influences are at tbe bottom of the Heuenvlua re volt, and that secre Bassiaii agents are at work. Gambetta's !rieuds profess confidence In his success in the contest with the chainber doputies- Numerous fires in the theaters of English provincial towns cause belief that an organized gang of pickpockets aro doing incendiary work to further their scheme., of robbery. the parliamentary election lu the north rid ing of Yorkshire, yesterday, reaultud in the election ot the cunseivative candidate, Hon GuyGuthbert Doivney, by 886 majority over Mr. Howlandaon, liberal. It is reported that a wealthy lady, who is be iieved to be an English woman, is busily en gaged in the organization of a strong band of insurgents In Herzegnvinla. She Is sain to be furnished with large amounts of money, and to have made arraugeineuU for obtaining am munition iu large quantities. The military authorities have given orders (or bur arrest and conveyance to Vienna If possible. The minister of dgrioalture for Ontario has beeu for some months in consul Union with the veterinary department of the imperial privy council respect ing the admission of breeding cattle from the United States subject to the same quarantine as cattle from Groat Britain undergo, it is probable that such Importation will be allowed without subjecting Canada to beiug placed on the schedule list in the united kingdom. Ou Jan. 26, the Fifty-third regiment of in fantry, for some time past stationed at Man Chester, has been ordered to proceed foi th wit h to Dublin. Several regiments now at Alder shot have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to embark for Egypt 1! a mint try de monst ration there should appear to be neces sary. At St Petersburg, Jan. 26, the Busman offi cial journals denounced bitterly the British ag tation In favor of tbe oppressed Jews iu Bus sia, and say it comes with bad grace from country that oppresses Irish and Indian prev inoes. Bozuaud, husband of Christine Nilston, has gone crazy over his losses In the late fiuaucia panic in Paris. After a loug and eloquent speech of Gam betta, in which he repudiated tbe insinuations that he aspiied to tbe Dictatorship, he propos ed that the clause in iavor of the scrutln de lisle be inserted in the committee's resolution and that the final paragraph of tbe resolution which tbe government opposed, namely, the one asserting th t it is expedient to revise th constitutional laws, be voted up .11 first. Ihe proposal was made primarily in the hope that the Chamber would not stultify itself by 1 evening the decision it bad just recorded on Barodet's amendments favor of tbe revision of tbe Constitution in its entirety. The Chamber adopted tbe paragraph by a vote of 282 to 227. Gainbetta then an uouneed his resignation. Gainbetta afterward held an interview with President Grevy, and after along consultation refused positively to withdraw his resignation, and President Grevy renewed hia application to M. Freycinet form a new ministry. There is the most in tense excitement In financial, commercial, and political circles, and bulletins are issued half hourly. The London Daily News, commenting on Blaine's Sou h American correspondence, auya President Arthur has judiciously repudiated tbe vain and extravagant pretension that no European country should be permitted to en ter into engagements with any nation on tbe American Continent without leave from tbe United States. M. de Freycinet has not yet definitely under taken tbe formation of a Cabinet. Gainbetta has promised not to offer any opposition. It is eaiff Ferry ia disposed to accept office hi the new Cabinet A Berlin correspondent states that on the whole the preae there regard Gambetta's fall with deep satisfaction. DEPJROIT MARKETS Becelpta of wheat during tbe past week amounted to 86,000 bushels, against 116,000 bushels during the corresponding week one year since. Tbe shipments for the same periods were 46,700 bushels aud 16,000 bush els. Poultry Dressed chickens were scarce aud firm at 710c. Turkeys were quiet and In ample supply at 1213c per lb. Whrat White V bu f 1 80 I 88 Btb V bu 00 "i l no Corn bu 64 66 Oats f bu new 46 40 Apri.Ks per bbl 8 76 4 5o Bari.ky I bu .... 2 00 2 16 Chrbsr Ohio and MichIb IS t 14 MOB Fruit Apples, ?lb.. 6 7 evap'd. 12 0 13 Peaches 20 (w 26 ( ranhkhriks ( ulti'd per bbl.9 00 (d 11 00 Wild 44 7 60 3 00 Onions V bbl 2 76 III Hkans hu 2 26 2 80 HUTTKR f lb 21 (d 24 Hkkswax V Ih 20 (eb 22 Iikksskd Hogs V 100 lb... 7 40 or 7 86 Koos dox 18 (3 21 Hat per ton 14 00 ?8 60 Hidks 1 Hi jrreen ( HiDBS V lbcured 8 9 Hoph lb 20 e 28 Potators bu 96 1 06 Shkkp Pri.ts each 60 (a? 76 Tallow -llb 6K( H Woon-U cord 4 uu (d ) Detroit Live Stock Market. The cattle market to day wasactlreanrl firm. Butchering cattle were sold at sn advance of 16 a 20c. Shipping grades were about Ihe sameaa but week. Oxen were 20c lower. Sheep were very dull, with prices for common 4060o lower than last week; good stack 25 30c lower. Hogs were sold at an advance of 25c. ( Al l I K. steeis extra, per cwt $5 00(d)5 75 Steers shippers 4 60(25 00 hteers nutcners 4 1 u 1 50 Steers commou grades 8 004 00 8HKKP. Per 100 lbs 4 004 50 HOUS. Per 100 lbs $0 40tfo 60 Buchanan' Early Love. The lady was Miss Cole man of Phil adelphia, and not of Lancaster, and it was through no fault of hers that the estrangement occurred. Mr. Buchanan was at that time a paor young man, wmie uie iOienrans were people of wealth aud position, who thought it a condescension for their beautiful daughter to marry the struggling law yer. Mr. .Buchanan wrote to Miss Coleman repeatedly, but the lettwra were intercepted and he recived no re ply, While on his way to see her the stage in which he was traveling was upset, anu 11 is leg was broken. Con tiued for several weeks in a little village in Pennsylvania, snow-bound and ill, he wrote her a last and final appeal. This never reached her. About the same time her family succeeded in per suading her that she was deserted by ner lover, ana she wrote him a cold farewell letter. Ill and discouraged. Mr. Buchanan made no further effort at a reconciliation. A vear or two af terward, at an evening party in Phil delphia, they met, but Mr. Buchanan did not go near or. speak to her. What followed or resulted in her death was never ruiry Known, mere was a ru mor that she took poison that night, aitnougn the account received among her friends was that of a young lady who slept in the room with her. She said as Miss Coleman stood brushing her hair before the glass, some one mentioned Mr. Buchanan's name, when she began to sob. She cried for hours and hours, Her friend became alarm ed Anally and aroused tLe household She continued to sob till toward inorn- iDg, when she became unconscious, was never roused, and died in a few hours. It was said that she died liter erally ot a broken heart, but her health had been impaired by her disapjioint- inent, and no doubt she had some or ganic heart disease that only needed a sudden and distressing shock to kill her. This, without unnectssary detail or mawkishness, is about all there is to Mr. Buchanan's much talked of "love affair." BARON EOTHSCHIliD AS A BEGQAB. Eugene Delacroix, dining o;e day in Baron James de Rothschild's hospita ble home, fixed his eyes repeatedly on his host in so searching a manner that the latter could not help asking his guest, when they left the dinlug-room, what it was that had to such a degree rivite I his attention. Delacroix ac knowledged that, having for some time been vainly searching for a head such as he would like to have for a promi nent beggar in his new picture, he was suddenly struck with what a splendid modle the Croeus would make who was entertaining him at his table. Would it be too great a favor to ask the Baron to sit for a beggar ? Rothschild, who was fond of art, and not displease d to be reckoned among its chief protectors; gracefully assented to act a part probably never performed before by a millionaire, and appeared next morning in the celebrated paint er's studio. Delacroix hung a tunic on his shoulders, placed a tall staff in his hand and assigned to him a posture, as if he were resting on the steps of an ancient Roman temple. In this attitude he was discovered by a young friend and pupil of the paint er's, who alone had the privilege of be ing admitted to the studio at all times. Surprised by the excellence of the mod el, he congratulated his master on hav ing at last found exactly what he wanted. Not for a moment doubting that the model had just been begging at the porch of some church or at the corner of a bridge, and much struck by his features, the young man, espying a moment when the artist's eyes were averted, slipped a twenty-franc piece into the model's hand. Rothschild kept the money, thanking the giver by a look, and the young man went his way. He was, as the banker soon found out from Delacroix, without for tune, and obliged to give lessons in or der to eke out his living. Some time later the youth recieved a letter, men tioning that charity bears interest, and that the accumulated interest on twen ty francs, which he, prompted by a gen erous impulse, had given to a man in appearance a beggar, wtis lying at his disposal iu Rothschild's office, to the amount of ten thousand francs, having borne five hundred fold, like the seed in the parable. London Telegraph. A company has been organized in Canada for the purpose of bringing over and establishing upon government land in Manitoba,colonies of persecuted Jews from Russia. A charter has been applied for, abundant capital is prom ised, and a large emigration from Rus sia to the Northwest next summer is looked for. The bay at Traverse City is not frozen overana trolling hooks are hauling in the biggest kind of trout, The Albany (N.-Y.) Prouand Knick erbocker says: "The largest following we Know 01 to-uay is that of St. Jacob s Oil ; for where St. Jacob's Oil is, there rheumatism is not." An entire edition of the Vienna Neue Freie Presse was recently confis cated by order of the authorities, for the reason that it contained several pas sages from Edmund Burke's "Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discon tent." E. L Loweree, Esq., cashier of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad, says the Cincinnati Enquirer, was cured by St. Jacob's Oil of a stubborn case of rheu matism, which wouldn't yield to physi cians treatment. JrooHwn aaule. A Western woman advertises that she can cure the pernicious liabit some people have of biting their linger nails. "I know, remarks a little maiden of our acquaintance, "she puts mustard on Jhem." The profound originality of Chris tianity consists in its being exclusive ly religious;, in its making no preten sion to resolve the questions of pure science or social organization; in its never Having ventimd upon this slippery territory, where all other te- itions have beeu lost: iu its being strictly and resoluteiy restrained to tne re-establishing of moral harmony to reconciling man with God, and man with man Euaene Beirier. Coal Oil nr Petr deu in mav he FAI'V tlll'tt fin illuminating or lubricating purposes, but sure ly It is uot the proper thing to cure a couch With. Dr. Bull's Couch Ssrun is looked 11 linn as the standard cough remedy. Despondency, on account of financial re ersee, led Geo. Briggs, of Pewamo, on Fridny to blow out bis brains with a shot gun. LYOIA E. I l.s Ml AM's VkOSTABLK ( OMPOUNli revive the dronpiug spirits; invigorates mid hurmouixes the organic functious; gives elas Ucity and firmness to tbe step, restores the ua. urai lustre t; tne . , e, and plants on the ple cheek of beauty the Uesb roses of life's spring auu euriy summer time. Juds.ui Wilson's bouse between Milan and Ypsilauti, caught fire from tbe chimney, Tues day, and was burned. Loss $4,000, parUalh insured. Vkuktine "The hfe of all tieeh is tbe olood therein." And no one cuu pobsibly he healthy wueu uie mood is diseased, vkuktlnk ih com posed of substances identic n wuu healthy Mood; and when taken into tbe lor the cure ot disease, it ia abac : bed, an ' replaces the Uencieucy which caused the .lis" s v That Terrible indigestion and alck headache wU yield read! ly to Waiuei's Safe Kiduey and Livei UBN, It Tells Us Own Story. Lanc'ASTKH, N. H., Dec. .(, '7V. By the way, I n hi say that 1 think iiowii Elixir tbe best cough remedy that 1 cau liud at our druggists. We always use it. J. S. Pbavky, Fub. Kepuhlicau. All diseases arising from Biliousness or lor pid Liver, are quickly cured by the use oi Uax uu s Mandrake Bitters. See lu.ii 01 Arnica and Oil Liniment iu another column. Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters Is tbe best remedy for Dyspepda, Biliousuess. Malaria, ludlgestion, and diseases ol the Blood a.Uueys,liiver, Skin, etc. DUHNO'jCA I .UlltlbMFl' cures all affec lions of tne inih ohm iuemt i ;tne, u! toe head and throat DR. MOTT'S 1,1 V hH PILliS :ue the lies' thartic Regulator. How often we bear middle ptoplo say regarding that lelrahle old couuii ieinedu H N. Downe' tilixir: "Why, tny mother gave it to me when 1 was a child, aud 1 use it in my lam ily; it ai was cures." Who oau name auolher medicine with such record as tblB? Or. tiax tei's Mandrake Bitters are another irood medl cine; and Arnica aud Oil Liniment is just what it is recommended ia be. Rescued From Death. William H. Coughliu, of S. inerville, Mass. sais: Iu the tall of I was taken will BLEKOINOOK THE LUMOS, lollowed by a severe cough. I lost my appstile and flesh, aud was counued to my bed. lu 1878 1 was admitted lo the Hospital. I ne doctors said 1 had a hole in my lungs as big as a half dollar. At one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, out a Ineud told me 01 UK. W1L 1.1 AM HALL'S BALSAM Ij'OR 1 HI. LUNiiS. got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commeuc ed to feel Uetter, and to-day 1 reel better thai for ttirea years past. 1 write this hoping every one alll.cted will diseased lungs will take DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM, and be couvinced that ( ONSUMFUON CAN BE CURED. I m 00 ltively say it has done more good than ill the other medicines I have takeu since m 1 Keni HESCt'ED FROM HI' A Til . The following statement of William Joughlin, of Somerville, Mass., Is . i pinrk ible that we hca to ask for it the aUtulioo o mrreaders. Hesajs: " In the tall it ras taken with a VIOLENT hlukuiso t Hi 0UNOS followed by a aevere cough. 1 Boor M'L'an to lose 1 y appetite and Man. 1 wai 10 weak at onetime I could not leave m ed. In the summer of 1877 I was admittei o the City Un ipitaL While there the doi ors said I I1-0I t hole in my left lung as bi is a half doll. 1 r. I expended over a hundred lolian in doctors and medicines. 1 wnssc ar gone at one time a report went aroun hat I was dead I gave up hope, but riend told me of Du. Wm. Hall's Balsam tor the I.unos. 1 laughed at my i'riein tanking thai in" .'ase was incurable, but rot a boitle to satisfy them, when to my snr irise and aatuueati n, I commenced to tee letter. My in ipe, OUOt dead, began to revive ind to-day I reel in better spirits than 1 hav .he past three years. "I write this hoping youvill publish it,sc hat every one adieted with diseased lungf will be indnceu to .ike Dr. Wm. Hall' 3alsam VOB the Lungs, and he convinced mat CoNKLMrrioN can be cured. I havt ken tw( bottloi and can positively Bay thai it has done more good than all the othei medicine I have taken since my sickness My cough has almost entirely disappeared nd I shall soon be able to go to work. J AS. K DAVIS & CO., Wholesale Drug (cuts. Detroit, Mich.. Aarents. PILES! PILES! PILES! AjSuro Cure Found at; Last. OneNeed Suffer. No A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated files has been discovered by Dr Williams (an Indian remedy;, called Dr. Wil Hams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 and SO years standing. No one need sutfer five mln utes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instruments, and Kleotu ariee do more harm than good, Williams' oint ment absorbs the tumors, allays tbe inteuse itching (particularly at night after getting warm in bed), acts as a poultice, gives instant aud painless relief, and Ib prepared only for Plies, itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Rend what tbe Hon. J. ftl. Coffinbury, of Cleveland says about Dr. Williams' Indian PUe ointment. "I have used scores of piie cures, but it affords me pleasure to say that I nave never found anything which gave such Immediate and permanent relief as Or Williams' Indian Ointment" For sale by all druggists, or mailed on receipt or price 91 00. 1IBN It Y CO., Proprietor!. New York City Farrano, Williams A Co. Agents Detrelt Vlich. 1 . axxM xM mm xxfe. mmm w jFor the Cure of Coughs, Coloa ' Hoarseness, Croup, Asthrn a, Pro : ( hitis, Whooping Cough, Inciri Consumption and for the relief of , consumptive persons in advanced fctagtl of the Disease. For Salr by all Druggists Price, 25 cents. . .ii-ib..! - m mm 1 1 Miss Luua D. Trowbridge, aged 15 year?, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Geo. M Trowbridge of Ctntrevi'le, died very suddenly at the home of her par ents on Sunday, the 15th inst. Com plaining of a vn lent sick headache. tie retina to reut tniukiug soon 10 feel better. After tome time her mother went to inquire after her, and found her just breathing lor the last time. J he local naner tavs ot her: 'She was one of Ccutrevi lie's mnpt promising younc, ladies, and bf many friends will mourn for ber and the suddennei-s with which nh! was taken away." THE COUNTRYMAN Weather Signal Office. Mr. Jeremiah Tnadvine, of the rural MslrloL In ouuht a letter of Introduc tion to the l uitcd States Signal Oth er, ana by the hitter Kontlt unm was hown the beautiful scientific instru ments for measuring and determining (he various changes and conditions of the weather. Pointing to the stand ard thermometer he explained to Mr. T. the uses of the heat gauge, where 11 pi in Mr. T. nnxiously lmpured it no luilti t nuthcr 1111 to nimre sicii a nice mcrchine to sot the weather in hayin' and hin vest time." His inspec tion of the .ten ini'tcrorwmdmensuicr evoked the f fliissaloni "Wouldn't she he the laclcet to run the wind mill With. The bnrometer wus one too iminy for Toad vine, and, look ing !'! . rly at the ufhciul, as If he were Utterly i"i:plussed and bank rupt of words, said: " Friend, did you ever nave the rcumatisr me abruptnesses the question surprised the oil'u :-, Vi bo replied, "No never." Winn ' - Evidently lacoUactina himself, lil r, T. topped on the ragged lienor tiie t. iciuitmru remark, aim Hiiid: "I only wanted to know, for if this trap (n liming to tho barometer) Khows the gi oa an bud weather afora it's time, it would be a bully trap for leople with reuuidt.; they could lank it e very time. I o my country when folks has it they use St. Jacobs Oil, an' it'sa powerful argymcnt agin reumatls lt'a tho upper dorg In the fight every time. With thanks for the unexpected information, the offi cial politely turned Mr. Toadvine over to tbe usher to show him to the streetcar, while ho, looking over his paper, read: "Mrs. 1. A. uisi, xmo. 1204 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., writes: I had inflammatory rheuma tism very badly. Inono foot and anklo ICaeemea to navo uikcii noiu wuu mo determination to stay, and themoru' inir I obtained tho Mr. Jacobs Oil I could not nut my foot down to the floor, even for an lnstnnt. I usod it that evening for the li 1 si time, ami tho next morning fbl tho second time, and that afternoon put my foot down for several minutes, un tne Bunna following T could stand up and wal a few stens. On Tuts-day could walk about niy roomand went down stairs by holding on to the banisters. Now I can walk quite well and there Is very little pain left. Just think! one bi itufl and a half, and I ora almost free from nam! It is a wonderful medicine -YDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Iw a l'osltlve Cnre ferall those Palnnil Complaints aad WeakaeMO o common to our beat female population. It will cnre entirely the worst form of Female Com ;4atnts, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloera Uon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequen' Spinal Weauness, and Is particularly adapted to th Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel tipnors from the uterur In an early stage of development. The tendency to can Mtrousiumors there is checked very speedily by its ust It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all c ravin' tor stimulants, and relieves weakness ofthestomac) It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Jndt gestlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing paln,wesjn and backache, Is always permanently cured by t Use. It will at all times and under all circumstances act in harmony with the lawa that govern the female system. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex thh. Compound is unsurpassed. LTDIA V. PI M 11 v M h VEGETABLE Cost POUND Is prepared at t33 and 23ft Western Arcane. Lynn, Mass. Price II. Six bottles for $A. Sent by mail B the form of pills, also In the form of losenges, oi receipt of price, 91 per box for either. Mrs. I ink ham freely answers sil letters of Inquiry. Send for pamob t Address as above. Xfrarion (his Puptr. No faintly fbould be without LYDI A K rlN.vllAV. JVKK PILLS. They cure constipation, bUlousneas ud torp'.Jlty of the liver. ce' its per box. f Sold hv nil Pr:TiiiHt. ft OLIVET COLLEGE. A flistK'Isss college for everybody. Expenses low Winter term opens Jsn. 8, '8 ?. Pend for catnlogue to the S crelsry. i llve'. Mich. If von are n man f If you an- S of businenn.weak- aau or h i nn.'d hv 1 he htrnin of U l l.illni.' n your duties avoid tlmulantiiand use ii . i.i work toi I In .in I to r i Hop Bittern. waatc, ue Hop B. If you are young and I iii .i ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 or dinslpnl I suffering from any In- tlon ; if y"i are tnar ried or single, old or I noor health or hiiiuishl lyiiuug. huiii i ing noin ling on a bed of slck- ness, rely on H O Whoever you are. whenever you feel litters. Thousand die an mini I from some form of Kidney that your system needs cleansing, urn dM-ae that might Ing or stimulating, without intoxicating, have been prevented by a timely use of take Hop Bitters. HopBitters Have you Ay- peptia, kutnry orurinary com plaint, disease of the afomnrh, bouWs, blood, liver or nerves t You will De cured If you use Hop Bitters D. I. O. Is an abxolute and Irrwlstsi ble cure for HOP drunkenness , ii-e of opium, tobacco . or narcotics. Sold by drug prlHt. Send for If you are slm Illy weak and owiiplrttcd.try NEVER FAIL circular. BOr BITTXSfl 'ra CO., Kothr.lrr, X. T. A Toronto, Out. it t It may save your I Ife. It has anved hun dreds. 1 tic ISO - - 140 -IN -ItO (Ientlimen: 1 was suiinrlng rrom :nerni ueDinty to sncn an extent that my labor waa exceedingly bur deosonin to me. A vacation of ft month did not give me much relief, but on the contrary waa followed be Increased prostration and sinking chills. At this time I began the use of your Iron Tonic from which I r nllxed almost Immediate and wonderful result. Tbeold ener returned and I found that my natnral force SSJ not permanent ly nhnted. I have used three bottles of the Tonlj. Rlnce using It I have done twlse the la bor tbat I ever did In the anme time during my lllneae. and with double the ease. With the tranquil nerv. und vigor of body, hna come rIro a clearnnas of thought never before nnoyed. If the Tonic baa not don the f Tht- trnn Tnnir 4m I prrpn i tit inn nf WTO- 1 In ritlr nf 1 1 on IVi ii riots Hmt-h, n lid VHom- phalmm, mmmmrHutrH rUH tJ I'raefsiSfe i rematlss. It "' I lerery yi roc wasrsi MS Tttnir ii neressneyj KASUfACTUliD IT TNI On. HARTCR MEDICINE CO.. M. Ill RUTH BAII STRUT. ST. tills. Ireland! iB8! CfOmmor, M. P. A BaBBaBBBBJ llabta. It (Ives the Bale and Mii rnlr. USES and AGITATION with sn Introduction by Thmnr Povxr lie, Comprehrn-ilTe. DlinuiloDktr. K I history of Sv It MM hr anUrjffht: thf rvnUbl(b, mn why fmnltiBi oocur. It tbs population sxpatrlaled : the rellgien antagonised XBSU-laled : the reli(lon antagonlied. It dcwrlhe v.wriuon diii. inn tne i.ana o ; tne emwi oi rarneu, navut, Contains BI fall pege lliuntrstlons. A newmtnof Irrlandl y. AOKNT9 WANTED 1VBRYWHKRK. Be.. Vegetine 'uriflefl theBlood, Kenovatfftand Invigorates the Weko ITS MKDICINAL PUOPKKTTES ARK Alterative, Tonic, Solvent and D nretic- Vegetine made exclusively from tbe Juloes o carefully selected barks, roots and barbs, and so strongly concentrated tbat It will effectually eradi cate from tbe syslam every lalnt of Scrofula, Sorofuloua Humor, Tumors. Cancer, Cauoeroua Humor. EryaipelM. Salt Rheum, Sypb.il itlo Diaeavsea, Canker. Fain - umh at th Stomaob. d all dlsaases tbat arise from Impure blood, solatioa, lu Plummatoi y "d Chronic Rheumatism. Meuralgia, Gout Spinal Com- plain tf.ean only be effectually cured through lh blood. Kor Ulersand Eruptive Diaeaaea of tbe (kin. PuituiMtt, Pimples. Blotches. Soils. Tefer. 8u.thbaad an' Ring worm, vegeiuie nan never railed to effect a per manent cure. Kor pains iu the Back. Kidney Com- tlaints. Dropsy. Fmal Woaknoea' LucnrrbGB arising rrom Internal ulceration, and uterine diseases and General Debility, Veg' llne acta directly upon tbe cause Of these com plaints. It lnTUiorates und strengthens tbe whole system, acts upon the secretive organB, alia., s in flammation, cures ulceration and regulates tbe bowels. 1 1 t otal rb. D u, piit. Habitual Cot- liyeneBK. Palm tation of the Heart, Headache.:. Pllea. Neryouancsr, a"d Sr. in ul Proatiation of the Nervons yetem. " medicine has ever given sucb perfect s llsrsctlon as the Vegetine. It purines the blood, cleanses nil the organs, and possesses a controlling power over the nervous system. Tbe remarkable curi s effected by Vegetine have Induced many physicians and apothecaries wbom we know, to prescribe and use It In their own fam ilies. In fact. Vegetine Is the best remedy yet discover ed lor the above diseases, and It Is tbe only reli able Bi.OUU PURIFIER vet placed before the public. Vegetine PREPARED BY H. R. STEVElMon, Mas. Vegetine is Sold by AllDruggists. PATENTS r . I.i.us.t.' v, Solicitor of Patents, Washington. I. C iw Send for Circular.'Ga $225- Montn-Agents W anted-90bet el I Ing articles In the world, I sample res dressjay Bron sou, Detroit. Ml en R UPTURE red with I i jiii i n tgr 'I ,'t 1 i si t f f DR. J. . r Birif.' i n . i (i tfft Broadway, New V i rk s lil,rtl photo phlc likenesses of bad cssi f U f r ii it ti mu led for 10 ce.its. HPRCIAI. OKFKK. Ifc.N POUND4 of our NEW CHOV OF TEAS, Ulack i in i n or Mlxtd, sent by express, cliaigea paid, on receipt or wj .imi. A IVuutlfu (ill ( in oniu. size 20 by 24, uf our lamented Presldt lit QAUriiLD. Will be n allt d with every . 00 order. Now lsyoui time to h.VI V A CUP OF UO D TEA at almost llaif Price, and a Perfect Likeness in Oil ot o m. Tt red President, or (let u,i Clubs among your Men On 120 ' i dei - we deduct 15 p-r cen. off, pay all expr charges, und enclose the Chronju, one lor every 5 pouu i nr. u it ha i snuii a i,a company,. ( P. O. Box 28H. ) !U and UU Vesey si., N. V am DKTI Kill 1 , Mi ll.. Offers perlor advantage udents. They are thorou'aly lied in office work, letter -.ruing tne executing oi Dusin.ss papers nose wishing a thorough business ucation should enquire of the busi. ness men of Detroit where it can bet1 College iai'or mailed froe, - Diary Free tor 1882 with improved! Interest Table, Calendar, etc. Hent to any address. on receipt or two ixess Vtm Stamps. Address - i i a in. rcs E. hikes, 4S N. Delaware Ave.. Phi in. M. It. P. 367 NO PAY YlUi 4 1 HI IK Sufferers of nasm ami nroncniai v.VS AHBKH de siring a sure, persaausut cure, without risk of failure or expense, until a cnre is effected, will address st once for Cir culars, DR. WM HANSCHE, Centre-. Ille. lad. YOUNG MEN If jm want to learn telegraphy In a few months, and be sure of a situation it good wages, address, VALENTINE BROS Janesville, Win. u nnwwc IB a II U V II II U VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR Is a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Whoopinfir-Couirh. end all Luno- m Diseaaee, when taken In season. People dia of consumption simp ly because of neglect, when the r timely uae of this remedy would hnve cured them at once. M Fifty-one years of con 1 stant use provea the fact that no cough remedy hsa stood the test like Downs' Elixir. Pries UAc AOc and SI .00 per bottle. Tor Bale vsrywhsre. Dr. Baxter's Mandrake lTTfi Will cure Jaundice, Dyapepsia, L,iver Complainta. Indigestion. and all diseasea arising from Bil iousneaa. Price 35 eta. per bottle. For Sala Vvsrywher HENRY at JOHNSON'S ARNICA AND OIL LINIMENT For .ft an ana Beat, The most perfect liniment ever compounded. Price 35c and 50c. For Sals Everywhere. m kiwui mmm assess s enwiaa Imsndsd r Ka alaMM BessI v "f-mmion, fnr I U v, ltfmrvum lon, and f'onsMalee. Vf ne eroei fe wrasse mi. i-roy.u. AIMS of of To-Day Otnurln of Knsll.h Oie Dei.nle are noor I the ahnw - . the l-vnd wm rnnflBrtvi the saennfaeteriae daetrnrad I the rle end power fth Land leaxae; the peasaas o f iki I Ullon. Brennan ar.l other leaders, with Mkefaih.a .r ik.l. iin. i colon. The moat popular Nmk ef th day. -tilea S.SO id 50c. fnr tun ouiPi. and botln work at ona.BPor roll MrtlesUkra, Mi Wlf