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tfEWS OF THE WEEK.
MicmaAN. The suit of H at - Holeumb a.unst ,luH;ti Harris for breach of promise and aoduetii.i as been discontinued at (iraud tUpl I , on what condition the parties do not state. V fire at Heed City Saturday uigbt destroyed , tbe office of tbe Clarion and the build nig of T. V Child, occupied as a harness shop. Loa 2,000, partially lusured. Police Justice Miner refused a warrant tor Dr. Cox aud Mrs. Schneider, charged ly Super lutendeut Holers with complicity in the mur der of Martha Wbitla. Decliulitg to accept ogers' complaint, the prisoners were dis barred Monday. The ferry steamer, Algouia, wbicb, until late- bas made trips across the straits at Macki naw, is now fast in tbe Ice, two miles from ackinuw city, aud crossing is done on oot. the stockholders of tbe SL Joseph county imoii of the Toledo A South Haven narrow gtiuge railroad elected tbe following officers: olw T. Wolr president, B. D. Thomas treasu r, and John A. McKiulay secretary, and a board of directors. Austin, an old iusaue man, from Springport jumped from tbe express tram at Marengo, aa he was being taken to Kalamazoo, and horri bly cut on the head. He was returned to his home. The officers have recovered tho entire lot of silks stolen from Camp, Morrill Jk Camp, of Jackson, on the 26th. K. H. J bninas, who has had office relations with James M Welch, t young lawyer of Jacltsou, is Implicate 1 Ho bad been in the coilecti tu and Insurance busi ness in Jackson. He had disposed of several pieces of silk to W. B. Crane of Albion, which have beeu identified aa part of the lot. Tbe plunderers, though discovered, are not caught Isaac H. Wilson has been arrested In Eaton county, aud brought to (ireeuvllle for examin ation, on a charge of firing a stock of goods u tbe McCreedy block lat November, and obtain ing $1,000 insurance on the same. Warrants aie out for the arrest of John Patton, of Dundee, charging him with forging the names of farmers to notes which he turn ed over to Detroit aud Toledo dealers. Tbe suit of Police Justice Miner against the Post and Tribune for libel is now lief ore the superior court of Detroit It is brought by reason of a publication, some months ago, re garding tbe examination of a Chairman in the police court, which Mr. Miner construes an charging him with using bis official power to oppress tbe weak. Atkinson and Conely for tbe persecution; Stocking, Beard and Lotbrop for defence. The jury, in the case of Frank Berget. vs. Dr. L. F. Lake, of St Joseph Ceunty, for mal practice, brought in a verdict of 92,700 dam ages and costs. Gov. Jerome has called an extra session of the legislature, to convene at Lansing, Febu ary 23d, at noon, for tbe purpose of providing by law for tbe relief of the fire sufferers of Huron and Sanilac Counties, and to act upon the report of tbe tax commission and congress ional apportionment bills. Charles Baylees, just out of the Ionia house of correction, robbed a meat market in Hudboi Wednesday, and tbe officers are agaiu on I - track. Fred Bass was on Thursday sentenced by the circuit court at Adrian to states prison for three years for burglary. Hereafter the Grand Trunk Trains will make the Woodward Ave crossing their sta tion for Detroit, instead of the Michigan Cen tral depot as heretofore- As Nelson Decker, on Wednesday .evening, started across Crooked I. ke, in Prairieville township, pushing a cutter containing bis wife and little boy, lh ice broke beneath tbe load, precipitating all in the water. Some boys skating near, rescued Mr. Decker in an almost frozen condition but tbe wife and child were drowned. Qeorge Worden was drowned in Bush Lake, near Holly, on Wednesday, while catching miu nows. D. H. Duperow, an allegged pateDt right swindler, is jailed at Flint, charged with fraud ulently obtaining tbe signature of Baxter tiil- lett a Feu ton farmer, to a 800 note. Christian Breiteobach, life convict sen ten fed from Detroit, made his escape from the tales prison on Wednesday night On account of the difficulty of filling the position of commissioner of patents, the Presi dent requests Mr. Marble, of Michigan, to re sume temporarily, tbe duties of commissioner until he can fill the place. Warden Humphrey, of tbe States Prison, of fers a reward of $50 for the return of Chris tian Brelteuback, who escaped from prison Wednesday. Wm. Roberts was arrested in Detroit, charged with stealing A 1,20 j worth of stamps from the postoffice in ILtwkakee, 111. He had attempted to nettotrate with "Bob" McKinney, of Detroit, for tbe sale of tbe stamps, who Deing requited to explain his connection with the affair, indi cited the name of tbe party from whom ha had received them. Roberts is held for exami nation. In the case of Daniel Griggs charged witli intent to kill Joel Bloonfield, on trial at Bast Saginaw for 15 days, the verdict was guilty. Sixty-eight witnesses testified in the case. An attempt was made to defraud the Amer lean National and Ives bank Detroit, by ex perta who presented raised checks. Both de frauders were arrested, Mr. Ivea giving one of them a long chase before capturing his Rev. Edgar, Editor of ti e Dexter Leader died on Saturday after a week's Illness. He was a presbyterian minister and had followed newspaper work temporarily while educating a son In Michigan university. The Nelson House, Port Hurnn, burned on the morning of the 4th at an early hour. Sev eral guests barely escaped with their lives Loss $5,000. The President haa appointed P. H. Conger to auceed Mr. Norris aa Superintendent of the Yellowatone National Park. Tbe farmers' institute at Britton waa largely attended and very interesting, H. G. Baird, secretary of the state board of agriculture re viewed the work of congress In behalf of airi- cu 1 1 ore from 1836 to" 1802. C. E. Mlckley of Irian gave a lectureon "Succeaaful farming;" Prof. K. C. Kedzie apeke upon the ' Ripening of wheat" Prof. Geo. Borrower, professor of his tory in. the agricultural college, delivered an ad dress on uRoads"wbich was a full description of roads from ancient daya until the present time. Edward L. Russell of Raisin read a paper on "Mistakes," which waa not entirely confined to mistakes in farming. Before adjournment the bodv passed a resolution that It Is the duty of our legislature to make suitable provision that our daughters may have all the advantages at the agricultural college given to our sons. MISCELLANEOUS. Final rial distress, and financial failures are reported in various parts of Europe. Judge Cox haa set Friday for the hearing of the motion for anew trial. In the Gulttnu case, at which time he will have in court the jurors w 10 arechargedwlth reading the news papers, who may testify nnder oath as to the genuine Dean of their signatures ihcar L. Baldwin, late cashier of tbe Mer chants' National Bank, Newark, pleaded guilty before the U. S. court on Tueaday and waa sentenced to fifteen years In atate'ap rlson. A l ramp named Wm. Steele called on Mrs. Buell, 12 miles from Logansport, for supper, and finning her alone, outraged her person and fled. Tbe neighbors immediately rallied, pursued, caught and hung him, and then piled hruoh on his holy and burned him, past recog nltion. The physiciaua who attended on President i on field will i ot present a bill, but make a statemeut of tie n services, and truat congress for a suitable remuneration. At Navajo, N. M ou Tuesday, White and o'Neil quarrelled in the lutter'a saloon. White shot O'Neil dead, stood the body up In a corner of tbe saloon, took possession of the place, and went to selling O'Neil'e liquors. New York dispatches of February 1st say: It 1b still a matter of conjecture how many IersouH perished in th New York fire. Thus far 15 persons are missing, iwo known to be killed, and eight injured. Following la tbe list ax made up by the polio I at uooa to-day: Kllen Bull, colored jnnitoress; Richard Daviea, coiupoeltor, wounded; Harry Joint adly burned; Kobril Bowie, compositor, badly burned; Col. L. D. Bruce, burned aligbtly; Leslie S. Bruce, burued slightly; Charles F. Hai'ia, burued aevereiy; Edward Moore, burned badly; George M. Blue, burned slightly; Walter Norris, scorched slightiy; Charlap White, burned slightly; two employes of the Observer, slightly. , J. H. Ridgeway of Philadelphia, is negotiat ing with the relatives of Guiteau for bis re mains, in case he is bung. Vanderbilt has issued a general order that free pannes shall not be issued hereafter to women, children, or families over the New York Central and Hudson River, Harlem, and other railroads under bis control. Twenty three new cases of small pox were reported at Pittsburg on Wednesday and ten in Allegheny City. During January there were 2U3 cases and 70 deaths in tbe latter city. The dad lock In tbe New York leglbUture, after five weeks, was broken Thursday by the election of Charles E. Patterson, regulir Dem ocrat speaker. It was tbe result of a caucus, in which Tamauy's demaudB that all tbe can didates previously nominated in caucus, except that for speaker, he withdrawn. J. B. Gougb is seriously 111 at Beloit, Wis., of neuralgia of the stomach. He delivered a lec ture Wednesday night, but suffered great pain before it was finished. G. B. Harber and Master W. H. Scheutze, of the navy, have been detailed to proceed to Irkutsk, and tbe Lena and aid in the search for the missing members of the Jeannette party. They leave on Saturday next from New York for Liverpool, and thence by the quickest route to St. Petersburg, where they will pur chase an outfit for their arctic journey. Har ber is from Ohio, and Scbeulze from Missouri Secretary Rlrkwood directs the commission er of pensions not to make auy more appro poiutraenis In the pension office unless con gress makes provision for additional ser vices. The commercial elevator at Buffalo was burned yesterday probable Ion $125,000. The late Senator Wagner is to have a monu ment at Conajoharrie, N. Y. Senator Fishburue, a prugnacious and dis orderly member of the OLlo Senalo, ban been committed to bail foran assaulton the Speaker in the street, for ruling him out of order on the floor of tbe senate. A crazy fireman at Olsop, on a N. Pacific freight train, overpowered the regular fire man and undertook to run the train a mile a miuute. The engineer succeeded in stopping the train just in time to save a collision, but had his clothe torn off by tbe maniac. A dispatch from Antonio, lex., says a great sensation lew beeu created there by the arrest of a French Count named De Keroman charged with attempting to murder Dr. Cupples and his wife, Miss Shane, a step-daughter, and the coachmen of the family named Dale. Defreece, the public printer, has tendered bis resignation, to fake effect April 1. Under the 105th and lOttth calls for reuemp tion of United States' bonds, the amount was $84,742, 800. Mr. Biugbair of Pennsylvania, offers an amendment increasing by $100,000 the appro priation for the Post ffice. department ao as to increase the pay of the letter carriers. Tbe overflow ot tbe Bigbee and Tombigbee rivers haa done much damage in Alabama. Tbe Great Southern Railroad has been damaged $130,000 worth, K04 has run uo trains for ten days. A coal company at Pittsburg, Pa., has sued a labor journal and tbe president of the Miners' Association for $70,500 damages for iujury to their business resulting from a str'ke. The court on Saturday sentenced Guiteau to be hung Friday, JaneSOtb, '82, between the hours of 12 M. and 2 P. M. He raved like a mad man at the sentence. A crazy fireman on the Northern Pacific railroad tried to run a freight train at the rate of a mile a minute. The engineer finally suc ceeded in stepping the train just in time to avoid a collision ; but be had bis clothing partly torn off by tbe maniac, who, as soon as the train was stopped. Btarted across the prairie on a dead run, and has not been seen since. CONGRESS. January 80. The senate diacussed the Sher man funding bill and amendments thereto, without comir g to a vote. Mr. Edmunds' re port favorably state bill re-establishing a court of commissioners on the Alabama commission for tbe distribution of unappropriated moneys. Mr. Ferry, Mich., a bill to provide a water route from Lake Michigan to Lake Erie to facilitate transportation. In the house bill was introduced to repeal all laws giving grants of land to certain states aud railroad com panies, declaring their rights to them forfeit ed; also resolutions to regulate, limit and sus pend the importation of Chinese laborers; also calling on the secretary of State for a list of all promotions, removals aud appointments in the consular service since March 1877 Jan. 81. In the house Mr. Robinson's Joint resolution withdrawing public lands granted railroads but unearned by them; and opening the same to settlement, waa withdrawn by bim on tho gmnnd that it did not cover all grants of that kind. He offered a substitute so worded ns to cover all grauts of that nature, except as to Pacific railroads, which he omit ted because of the fact that they are covered by similar resolution rVating exclusively to them. Referred to tbe committee appointed last week. Feb. 1. -Petitions, In the Senate, were re ceived to suppress polygamy, and a bill intro duced appropriating $15,000 to enable tbe National Board of Health to supply the peo ple with pure vaccine matter at cost prices. Sherman 3 per cent, funding bill was discuss ed. Mr. Sherman spoke against the various amendments with which It has been saddled, and feared he would he compelled to vote against, the bill. He urged the Importance of maintaining a sufficient reserve In the treas ury, aa heretofore In order that certain emer gencies may be provided against. In tbe House, it was voted to Bet apart Feb. 27, for the Garfield memorial services. Mr. Hill Introduced a bill to reduce poetage on lettera to two centa per half-ounce and under two ounces. Alao bllla were Introduced for the erection of public buildings at Louisville' Minneapolis and St. Joseph, Mo. The post office appropriation bill Was then taken up in a committee of the whole. Tbe sub-committee of tbe judiciary commit tee, to which waa referred tbe Shallenberger bill on mortnouiam, is ready to report to the whole committee, recommending the passage of the measure with some amendments. Tbe bill provided originally almply that no polyga miat should hold any office of truat or profit under the government The amendments make it Include the delegates to congress es pecially, and an lroa-clad oath Is prescribed, which they must take before they shall draw any pay. In the clause wherein the delegate says that be la not and never haa been a biga in ist or poly gam wt, it provides that he shall be subject to investigation by quo warranto be fore tbe United Statea court in the territory and that hlB wlvea or alleged wives, shall be competent witnesses against him. The senate continued the discussion of the Sherman funding bill, but the debate was con fined to the amendments. One offered by Mr. Bayard providing that the $100,000,000 to be retained In tbe treasury shall be of standard coin value, waa adopted. The H( use discussed the post office appropri ation bill. ' r. Lord of Mich., advocated such increase ef appropriation, aa would admit of iucreased pay to letter carriers. Feb. 3. In the Senate, Mr. Hoar reported Mr. Edmund's bill regulating the election of Preaident and Vice Preaideut ordered printed. The bill to correct the northeru boundary of Nebraska was passed. Mr. Teller reported a bill to give a pension of $5,000 each ,to tbe widows of Presidents Gar field, Tyler aud Polk. The fin. ding bill was then taken up, discussed and passed by a large majority, though modi fied by tbe Davis amendments, which provides that tbree per cent, shall not be redeemed so long ao UafJ e are outstanding and uncalled auy of i iie three -id one half per cents, but when ever all the $350,000,000 of three aud one halfs shall have been called, whether this be at the end of three, four or five yearB, r any future date, then the f 350,000,000 authorized by the act shall be redeemable. In the House, a bill to release the Philadel phia and Reading Railroad from the tax as sessed on wages and certi ficates heretofore is sued, wis discussed and defeated. Freycin t's. cabinet is accepted. lu the Cham ber of i'epuiiee he read Its programme. It sets forth that the policy of the government will be one above all calculated to establish peace in the minds of the people, and at home and abroad it will be mild and conciliatory. Liber ty and progress are necessary for France. The government will apply in a liberal sense the lawS relative tu the press and the right of pub lic meeting. A bill will be submitted sanction Ing the right of association, while maintaining the rights of the State. The revision of the Constitution ought to be postponed until the expiration of the term of the present Legisla ture. The judicial, military and educational reforms initiated by the Inte Cabinet will be persevered with. The efforts of the Cabinet will be directed to giving an ImpetuB tc labor Nations do not live by politics, but by business The government does not intend to propose the compulsory converalon of the debt, or tho pur chase of railways by the State. No efforts will tie spared to arrive at n definite solution of the tariff questions, and for the moral and intel lectual improvement of the people. The Frencn government has placed a further sum i f 200,000,000 francs nt the disposal of the official brokers in Paris for their use in tiding over the present depression. Rents are to day ising. respondents at Paris say tbe Union Generate has Issued a notification that the company, be ing bankrupt, there will be no meeting of shareholders Friday. Bortoux and Foder are charged with escroq ierie (swindling), which brings them before the Correctional police Thus they will not obtain a jury trial, aud bail is denied. The Corporation of London has subscribed .800 to the fund for the relief of the Jews of Russia. The Rothchildn of London and Paris contributed 5 000 each. Manchester aud Glasgow ia public meetings expressed indig nation at the atrocious cruelties practiced on tbe Jews in RuBsia. A Cairo disp itch says : The Khedive has ac ceptad Mahmoud Barondl a. Prime Minister and the latter has accepted tbe office and will submit a list of ministers to tbe Khedive to day. A dispatch from Paris says the only maas ures of relief for the Bourse which the Minis ter of Finance favored in his statement Thurs day were that If treasury operations deprived the market of any available capital tbe sums temporarily withdrawn should be restored. Morton, American Minister, gave a banquet Friday night to the French delegates to York town. The Austrian Parliament haa granted 8,000, 000 florins for the suppression of the Herze govinian insurrection. Col. Von Steuben In a letter to Mayor Grace of New York expresses thanks for the cordial receptiou given the members of his family in this country at the time of the Yorktown trip. He said Kaiser Wllhelm Is highly pleased that they were t reatod ao courteously. Uf.rBOIT MARKETS Poultry Dressed turkeys were in better demind and sold at 1218c. Chickens were given the preference, however, and sold at 9 i inc. per lb. Whkat White V bu $1 80 KYR y bu Corn gfj bu Oats t bu Ahflrs per bbl Hahi.kv v bu Chkrsr Ohio aud Mich.,$Ir Driru Fruit Apples, n . evap'd. Peaches 20 CRANRRRRIRS ( ultl'd per bbl.9 00 11 00 Wild " " 7 60 9 00 Onions V bbl 2 75 Brans yu 2 26 BlJTTRR V lb 21 Bkkswax v lb 20 HnKssK.ii Hoos V 100 lb... 7 40 K.ous M doz 16 Hat per ton 14 00 HiiiKH K) Ih green t) Hides lb cured 7 Hops V lb 20 Potators bu 1 10 shkrf Pri.ts llb I 00 ( 8 00 l 25 ( 22 (6 7 75 17 U 60 7 id s 8 30 1 20 88 (6 tt 60 Tallow)) lb 6X(ti '3 wood v cord 4 00 Detroit Live Stock Market. The cattle market t u day was generally dull and weak. The supply of stock was small. Shipping cattle were sold at a decline of 10(S15c. Butchering cattle were firm at last week's prices. Oxen were 20c lower. Sheep were active at en advance of 15(9 20c. Hogs were also sold at an advance of 20c. CtATTLR. Steers extra, per cwt $6 005 60 Steers shippers 4 50fc5 00 Ste rs butchers 8 6:d4 60 Steers common grades 8 00(88 75 SHRRP. Per 100 I be 4 00f5 25 HOG ft Per 100 lbs $ 407 00 (d 1 88 90 1 00 8 4 4tt 49 3 75 4 00 2 00 ff 2 20 13 (d 14 1 x 12 (1 13 or 26 How Long we are to Live. It is nut every one who asks him- Belf this question, because strangely enough, it id the l li.-f ,'f many per sons that their livis will be exn i- tionally lengthy. However, life in surance companies are aware oi the oredulous weakness ol those whose lives they assure, and have therefore compiled numerous tables of expec tancy ot lite for i lie, r own guidance, which are carefully referred to be fore a policy is granted. The follow ing is one ot these well authentioated tables in use among London assur ance companies, .-Mowing the ex- peotancy of life at various ages. In the first column we have the present ages of persons ot average health; and in tpe second column we are enabled to peep, as it were, behind the scenes of an assurance office, and gather from its table the number of years it will give us to live. This table has been the result of careful calculation, and seldom proves misleading. Of course, sudden and premature deaths, as well as lives unusually extended, occa sionally occur; but this is a table of average expectancy of life of an or dinary man or woman: Age. More years to live. Age. More years to live J .61 .41 .34 .40 1 Our readers will easily gather from the tabulated statement the number of years to which their lives, accord ing to the law of averages, may rea sonably be expected to extend. A Nocturnal Bamble and What Came of It. Some genius we suspect him to be long to the jovial order of humanity has said : "The day to drone and dream, the night to learn and ramble." We do not propose to dispute this worthy's view of the matter, but present here with the expei ience of a Philadelphia journalist, Mr. William ll.Cunnington, 1712 North Twentieth street, one of whose nocturnal rambles he thus refers to, beginning his narration rather pe culiarly, however : "I am not a rheu matic, and have been troubled very lit tle with bodily pains. Last Tuesday morning I experienced a very annoying stiffness of the neck, which grew worse as the day wore on. Toward evening it became very severe, and I could scarcely turn my head in any direction. Arriving home at tea time, it was with difficulty that I could eat my meal. My wife wanted to rub my neck with St. Jacobs Oil, but 1 refused, saying 1 thought the affliction would soon pass away. Tea over, against the remon strances of my family, 1 left home to ramble toward the new Chestnut street Opera House, about two and a half miles from my residence. 1 started in the midst of a heavy snow storm, and remained at the theatre until the close of the performance, although I could feel my neck getting worse and becom ing very painful. Leaving the play, the trouble came to reach home. The storm continued ; the car in which 1 was became blocked in nearly every square, a cold current of air swept through the car, and 1 did not reach my home until toward 2 A. M., by which time my neck had become absolutely rigid. Then I consented to the use of St. Jacobs Oil. which my wife applied two or three times before I arose, j continued its use that day, and by eve ning I was free from pain, and the next morning I amused myself by twisting my neck in any direction that suited me, and not a vestige of stiffness re mained." Boston Herald. "Thank you, dear, for your polite at tention," said Mrs. Partington, looking benignly upon the charming attendant "I will take, if you please, a cup of ob long tea, without milk or sugar not too sweet and if you will be sure that it is not made of the eelymosinary wa ter that the doctor wrote about, 1 shall be much obliged." In a Cincinnati daily we notice that Mr. Tim Gleeson, ex-member of the Council from the Fourth Ward of that city, says he suffered terribly with rheumatism all last winter and spring He tried all kinds of liniments and medicines without any benefit until he used St. Jacob s Oil, the first application ol which insured a full night s repose, and its subsequent use entirely cured him. It is a great remedy. Akron (Ohio) Beacon. It takes a Philadelphia girl longer to tell a story than a Chicago girl. But she belongs to a slow city, and it is necessary to keep pace with her aunt's sisters. New York Commercial Adver tiser. A Good Family Remedy! STRICTLY PURE, HARMLESS TO THK MOST DELICATE By Its faithful uge CONSVMPTIOX HAS BEEN CURED when othnr remedies and phyaiclHnn have failed to effect a cure. Jeremlan Wright, of Marion County, W. Va wiites ut that tils wire had Pulmonary ("onsuinp lion, mid wns nronounend incurable bv their ehv slcian, when tne us of Allen's Lung Balsam en tirely cured her. He writes that heand his neigh bors think it the best medicine In the world Wm. y Diggea, merchant of Bowling Green, Va., writes April 411). I8HI, that he wants us to know i li t the Lung Balsam haa cured h s mother of conouinptlim, after tbe physicians had given her up as Ineurable. lie says others knowing her ease have taken the Balsam and been cured : he thinks all so afflicted sboidd give it a trial. Dr. Meredith, dentist of Cincinnati, was thougni to De in tne last stages oi consumption and wss In duced by his friends to try Allen's Lung Balsam after the formula waa shown him. We bare his letter that it at once cured hit cough, and that he was able to resume BU practice. Wm. A. Uraham A Co, wholessle druggists, Zanesville, Ohio, writes us of the cure of MathisH Kreem .n, a well-known citizen, who bad been af flicted with Bronchitis In lis worst form for twelve yean. The Lune Balsam cureJ him. as it has many otnera oi Hroncnitia. AS At AO CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, CROUP, All dl eases of the THROAT LUyoSn lL M ON ART ORGANS. C. S. Martin, druggist at Oakly, Ry., writes that ihe ladles think there Is no remedy eqiiHl to Lung Balsam for VMOUt and WH OOI'XU i:oVOH, Mothers will And It asafeand sure rem-dy to give their children when afflicted with Croup. It U harm feu to th mntt delicate ckild! It contain no Opium in any form! Rf commended by rhyslclans, Mini t r and Nuraes. In fet by rrervbody who haa given It a goad trial. IT NEVER FAILS TO RRINU RELIEF. i Hit for Allkn's Lung Balsam. Aa an Eipeoto raut IT HAS NO Mil 11 HOLD BY ALL MKDIl l DEALKKS. The Illinois Board of Health, in con sideration of the fact that the small pox has been introduced into the Mississippi river counties by "rousta bouts" and other steamboat hands, has ad vised masters and owners that "un less those employed on steamboats are properly protected by recent vaccina tion, it may become necessary to enforce quarantine restriction at all the river towns of the state." Ex-Vice President Wheeler is charg ed with an intention of marrying the widow of Dr. John M Wood worth late of Marine hospital at Chicago. The coinpoueBta of Dr. Bull'a Cough Syrup are daily prescribed by the ablest physicians, whose success in due to the specific influence of these component. Dr. Bull'a Cough Syrup, akilirully prepared for immediate use, U fo sale by all drugplata. Bev. H. W. Bellowa, D. DMthe weU known Unitarian mlniater of New York, died at bla home on Monday afternoon. Vug stink la. now prescribed in cases of Scrofula, and other diseases of the blood, by many of tbe beat pbyaiciana, owing to ita great Bucceaa in curing all diseases ot this nature. M. Sargent, agent of tt Canada Southern Railway at Monroe, died Sunday of consumption. Warner's Safe Kidnay and Liver Cure James PbUlipe, a farmer near Mitliojrton, waa found dead on Saturday with hia throat oat by a razor, bia bad being ne irly severed from bla body. He bad abowu algna of insan ity. If you are lansuid, conBtiDated. or arenerally debilitated from lack of rich blood, try Jamea' louic i iiiR. i hey are tbe trreatest blood en- ricber of the uge, and when uaed the above troubles are unknown. Jaa. E. Da via A Co., Wboleaale Agents, De troit Mich. Kanaaa City tax-payers are agitated over tbe report that County clerk Green haa been in creasing the vii luation from $1,(J00 to 910,000, and when the taxes were paid, pocketed tbe oltlereuce. Tub Country Srkms to hk Filled with Specific For the cure of Lung Dlaeaaea, that one acarcely knowa which to use, for want of confidence in their medical properties; but from the remarkable curea and tbe high order and extraoidinary efficacy ot Allen's Lung Balsah, that we are compelled to regard the evidence of our Benses, and confidently etate for Cough and Cold, and Consumption, we think that preparation a Bafe and certain cure, and recommend it to the public. It in sold by all .Yl die iie Deals a. It Tells Its Own Story. Lancaster, N. n ., Dec ;i, '79. By tbe way, 1 ill aay that I thiuk Dowua Elixir the liest cough remedy that I can find at our druggists. We always use it. J. S. Peavey, Pub. Republican. All diseases arising from BiliouBursa or Tor pid Liver, are quickly cured by tbe use of Bax ter's Mandrake Bil.len. See notice of Arnica and Oil Lluimeut iu another column. How to Secure Health. It is strange any one will suffer from disar rangements broualit on by impure blood when SCOVII.L'S SAHSAPARILL A AND STILLIN G1A, or BLOOD AND LlVEH SYRUP will re store lie.iltb to the pbysical organization. It ia a strengthening syiup, pleasant to take, aud the BEST BLOOD PURIFIER ever discovered, curing Scroful , Syphilitic disorders, Weakness of the Kidueys, Erysipelas, Malaria. Nervous disorders, Dsbility, Bilious complaints, aud Dis eases of tbe Blood, Liver, Kidney, Stomach, Skin, etc. ni si i I II t HOW DEATH, The following statement of William J Joughlin, of Somerville, Mass., Is so remark ible that we beg to ask for it the attention u ur readers. He says : " In the fall of 1870 1 ivas taken with a violent bleedino or thi OUNOS followed by a severe cough. I soor egan to lose my appetite ami flesh. I wa io weak at onetime I could not leave my ed. In the summer of 1877 I was admitted o the City Hospital. While there the doc ore said I bad a hole in my left lung aR bijj is a half dollar. 1 expended over a hundret lollars in doctors and medicines. I wassc ar gone at one time a report went arounc hat I was dead. I gave up hope, but i riend told me of Dr. Wm. Hail's Balsam tor the JUNOS. I laughed at my friend, hinking that nv, case was incurable, but 1 ot a boitle t-. atisly them, when to my sur )rise and sat:st;..a: ion, I commenced to feei etter. My hope, once dead, began to revive, ind to-day" I mi in better spirits than I havt ;he past three yo;irs. "I write this 'imping you will publish it, ec iiat every one afflicted with diseased lungf ivill be induced to take Dr. Wm. Halis Salsam for thi: Lungs, and be convinced mat Consumption can be cured. I havt ken twe bottles and can positively say that ,t has done more good than ail tne oinci medicines I have taken since my sickness My cough has almost entirely disappearei wd I shall soon be able to go to work." JA8. K. DAVIS & CO., Wholesale Drug fists. Detroit. Mich. Aaents. PILES! PILES! PILES! ASurekCure Found at Last. No One .Need Suffer. A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams (an Indian remedy), called Dr. Wil liams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chrome cases of 25 and 80 years standing. No one need suffer five min utes after npplyiug this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instruments, and Electu aries do more harm than good, Williams' Oint ment a bsorbs the tumors, allays tbe intense itching (pailtcularly at night arter getting warm in bed), acta as a pouiUoa, gives iustaut aud paiulens relief, and Is prepared only for files, itching oi the private parte, aud uothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinbury, of Clevelaud says about Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. "I have used scores of pile cures, but it auorus me pleasure to say that 1 nave never fouud nuytbine which nave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. Williams' Indian OiutmenL" For sale by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of price $1 00. HENRY A CO., Proprietors, New York City Farranb, Williams a Co. Ageuts, Petrelt Mich. For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced stages of the Disease. For Sale by all Druggists. Price, 25 centa. PATENTS . l.BnNUNN.Rotleltorof PatonU, Washington, n.C tW h..i, I for ( In uiar "Vft TORMENT, INDEED. like a storm descending tin- mountain or like a wlilrlwlud; tliey come tut me rain uot' iu lections of the world gently, but every gay. One of life's discomforts is presented hen AKUIUlUjJ Kl JMimi line" r "", hot weather, mosquitoes and mad Hops all Boutiah at ihu httine lime ami ureeimreuuiu to tbe maletle Influence of the Dog Htar. HpeakiiiKof dogs and the Dog Htar re- niindrt u.sotilKy h story of a doKHiid the comet, and which we hcreicive in a short extract from the boy's letter : "Golly. Bob. vou ouxht to ha been there last night to a-seen the fun. Tom v Winklns' dorg Toddles tWas a-settln' at the gate a-gazin' at the Comit. when along comes old Sykcs dumed rat tar- rler and the 2 waltzed over the fence and the 2 fought. The tarrler proved too much for Tod dles, and afore they could haul him off tbe bat Ue ground he had made a good square meal off his hide. Tom was In despair. A kind looking gentleman In a broad brim hat told him to get a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and rub blm with it, and It would cure him in no time. What does Tom do but steal into the chapel at Vesper time and slide into Father Jacobs confessional box and beg of him a bottle of his oil with which to rub his dorg. The Father felt of Tom's bead ; It was hot an' afore Tom could utter a prayer, two men were luggin' him home followed by agreat crowd, who kept at a safe distance, thinking be had been bit by a mad dors. The more he kicked and screamed to be let free, the tighter they held on to him." In reference to another torment, the Chicago Western ( iUutlic recently wrote: "Mr. Joel D. Harvey, U. 8. Collector of Internal Reve nue", of this city, has spent over two tbousand dollars on medicine for nls wife, who waa suffer ing dreadfully from rheumatism, and without deriving any benefit whatever; yet two bottles of St. Jacobs Oil accomplished what the most skillful medical men failed in doing. We could five the names of hundreds who have been cured j this wonderful remedy did space permit us. Tne latest man who has been made happy through the use of this valuable liniment is Mr. James A. Conlan, librarian of the Union Catholic Library of this city. The following Is Mr. Con lan's indorsement: Union Catholic Library Association,) 204 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Sept. 16, 1880. I . wish to add my testimony to tbe merits of St. Jacobs Oil as a cure for rheumatism. One bot tle has cured me of this troublesome disease, which gave me a great deal of bother for a long time . but, thankB to the remedy, 1 am cured. This statement is unsolicited by any one in its inter est. Very respectfully, J auks A. Con lam. Librarian. i.ii; ... WaUttMi . L . -YDIA E. PINKHAW VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Ia a Positive Cure far all those Palnftal Complaints and Weakness soooasmon to our best female population. It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com nlabits, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcer tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequen Spins! Weakness, and la particularly adapted to th Change of Lic it will dissolve' and expel tumors from the uterur tc an early stage of development. The tendency to can ceroua.humors there Is checked veryspeedUy by Its use It renmves fsintneaa, flatulency, destroys aU cravlnr for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach It cures Bloating, Headache, Nervous Prostration General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and I tub gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weigsi and backache. Is always permanently cured by t Use It will at all time; and under all circumstances act lu harmony with the laws that govern the female system For the oureof Kidney Complaints of either sex ihh. Compound Is unsurpassed. LTDIA E. PINKIIAM'N VEGETABLE COM POC9TD la prepared at 233 and 23A Western Av. Lynn, Moss. Price 1. Six bottles for $5. Sentbymal In the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, i leceipt of price, 91 per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamnh mt. Address aa above. .Vent nm thi$ MysMt No family should be without I.YDI n ' r.Nk.UU' JV'KK PILLS. Tl'. y cure coiistlpati x.. b!limtn cud torpidity of the liver. M ceata f-er bear. AsT Nold by nil li -u i M. R. P. 369 wnnn BUSINESS DSIWIIT dk rmiiT. wicH.. Offers superior advantage:- students. They are thorcj' .ily drilled in office work, letter .ruing ind theexeculing of business papers hose wishing a thorough business education should enquire of the busk ess men of Detroit where it can be e had. Collegiaper mailed free YOUNG MEN If ytn want to learn telegraphy In a few month, and be sure of a situation good wages. address, VALENTINE BROS Janesvllle. Wis PENSION CLAIMS Can bo PtrsHro legiti mately. If the attorney only knows how to do It. We are possessed of the secret, and respectfully offer our service to those whose cases are In a condition that we an take them up. Completed claim are being rapidly set tied. Address, MLLO B. STEVENS & CO. Le i 1..H Building, Washington, D. C. 1 aae Bnildlng, (ileveland, Ohio. Metropolitan Blook, hloago, III. Abstract Building, Detroit, Mich. OEFICEH spiciAi. ovns. TEN POUNDS of our NEW CROP OF TEAS, Black Green or Mlxrd. sent by express, charges paid, on receipt of ffc.OO. A Dram if ii Oil Chromo, size 20 by 24, of our lamented Presldnt Q A R r I L D. Will be mailt d with every tt. 00 order. Now Is your time to ENJ Y A CUP OF OO D TEA at almost Bait Price, and a Perfect Likeness In Oil of o nt rtred President, or Oet u.i Clubs among your frten On 20 ordeis we deduct 16 p r cen. olf. pay all expr charges, aud enclose the Chromo, one l or every 5 poun THE UK EAT AMERICAN 1EA COMPANY, (P. O. Box 28. ) HI and HH Vesey 8t. N. Y. 1 . i s n 1 MEM: 1 wassufferlnw from (tenerni debillt? o me. A vaciitlon of month did not give Csnsomn to Will V J sT m M J J aV AT .OT: increased prostration sntl slnsJng china. At ttus time I began the ue of your Iron Tokio, from which I r allied almost Immedlnte and wonderful result. Theold energy returned and I found that my natural fore waa not iwrmanantly iibated. I hnve used three bottle of the ToniJ. Since using it lhave done twUe tbe In j T iT i V T 1 1 L no., .... ... mrx 1 i is.iiiihiii work, I know not what. I give it theeredlt, Ttr .. Tonfe ) a lrrpn of ion of I'm- In , ill r frle nf rnn. I Vr-. - u Wain Hark, and fViow- B I phlS, nnmnrinirrt B tr-ilH th lfetN A ramsHf. It serre B Ivvrry pu rjtnnr sr-her! I n Tonlr im asfsmsrv.f I BAHUFACTIIII If TNI DK. HARTCR SSJCDICINK CO., M. tU MITN MAIN ITIIIT. IT. tlllt. IMandliifei LUSSS null With an Intr P. AM. ('omnrFhi-niiTp. lishl. 11 (Wes ths history ol s ana rair. it u-us war mnUnxnl; ths reatt high, sad why famines ooear. It th population sSDSUlstodj las million nlnnliM it nracrlhr. tho rl and pnwr of th I. snd l.sef so ; the pi Fsrnril USVIU, Osstain lata II fall peg lllsatrMtoea. A aewwapef Ireli a y. AOKlf TS WANTED BvXRTwHERB. W.t. o VSl? Bend VEGETIJN 111 - Will Cure Cancer- FKOOF! PROOF! PROOF 1 U. B. STBVKMS, H i : Dtar Mr. About two yeara ago a Cancer made Ita appearance on my fa, e, left aide of mj mni. Whet I Brat noticed it, 'twas about the aUe of a pin bead (very small.) It lnoreaaed In alie, and apiead on my face until II became as large aa a common cent. 1 tried all kinds of remedlea. and advice from a pbyaulan. It was apreadmg. and eating Into my Mean rery fast. I waa very much alanue. 1 went to see a pbyrlotun who cured (Jancera; be did not give me much encouragement It pained me very much; 1 Buffered mgbt and day. It would bleed at timea very profuaely. Bverythlng was done that could be to try to cure tne cancer. My brother had a Cancer on hia Up; he submitted to an operation being well discouraged. 1 waa one day In Air. v oodlierry'a apothecary store, of lata town. He gave me your pamphlet, containing many ure- by ihe use of Vegetlne. 1 found on page nlne.'een H-here Vegetlne bad cured a Cancer n a liniy t none, I then bought a bott e of year Vegetlne, and It proved a great blearing to me; I ould sue g 1 effects from It light away After nking throe bottlea, Itstoppod the spreading of the cancer about the edgea; It cbeoked the eating Into my tie ii I could tee It waa gradually healmg I kept on taking the Vegetlne, the ( ancer slowly dis appearing, until I bad taien sixteen bottlea, and it completely eured it. It has left a large scar on one Ide of my nose; and I feel It my uty to'reoom- mend Vegetlne to all like sufferers, aalt la certainly great "Blood 1'uiitler." I am now sixty-three years of age, nd Vegetlne baa greatly Improved my general health Voi ra moat reapeotfully, WM. P. CLHAVBB, 84 Federal tt, Beverly, Mass. We, win. names are annexed, can testify to tbe above, aa Mr. leaves la an old resident of this wn . ( W1)BHRKY, Apoth'y RICHARD PBDR1CK 1 r. I. UK it I H. -SMITH, ANDRKW L. KATUN. A. UMbUKN, OHO. 8. Mill. K IT. VEGETINE PREPARED BY H. li. STEVENS, Boston, Him. Vegttine is- Sold by All Druggists. $225 ' Mod tn-Agents Wanted-90 best selling articles In tbe world ;t sample free Ai.'dreaaJay fironson, Detroit, Mioh BBS sa jff-l'At TILL, ( I KKI). Kutfrrcrs of Bv rm Nasal bronchial I sTtBRH de lftH I H siring a sura, prrmani iu cure, without H Law risk of failure or expense, until a cur aaaw effected w,l l address at once for Cir culars, DR. WM HANBCHK. OentrevUla, Ind. fV , . r" tor 1882 with improved UldrV r IBB Interest Table, Calendar J iww et0 8ent to aM)r addreas on receipt of two Three-Cent Slampi. Address (T1ARLK8 B. HIRES. 48 N. Delaware Ave., Pbila. OLIVET COLLEGE. A flrst-clsbb college for everybody. Expense low Winter term open a Jan. a, 18-2. Send for cHtaiogue to the Secretary, Olivet, Mich. BUPTURE Cured without operation or the Injury trusses infltc by Jbl. J. i. bEBRMA. 'n method. Offlo -'.I Broadway, New York. HI book, with photo graphic likenesses of bad cases befor aud afer cure mailed for 10 cents Agents make from $200 to $2 000 a month in having the agency of a county In selling O ZOGERITE." the new preservative. Secure a county, and your hORTUNB is made Addrest for particular, J. W. SPEAR, Marquette, L. S., Mich, 1 be 11 -nr. si and Rest Medicine ever Hade. imblnatlon of HODS, Buchu, Man. drakleand Dandelion, lth all the best and most a uratlv properties of all other Bitters, mak esthe greatest BJood Purifier. Uver peg u a tor, and Life and Health Ueatorlng Agent onBBBBBBBBBBnTJ artn, NnriisoMAnannossibiy long exist wner nop Bitters are uixiM Tarted and perfect are thslr olw rational They girt stwUVtud7lortotba'lknllnflra- To all whose emmploymenta cause Irregulari ty of tbe bowelior urinary organs, or who re quire an AppetlaerVTonio and mild Stimulant, 11 op Hi Iters are in TaiXbie, Without ttltOI loatlriK No matter whatyourfeUnga or symptoms are what the disease or all mmenS I aae Hop bit ters. Don't wait until youam re slek but If yon only feel bad or miserable," UB them at one. It may save yourlife.lt nasi sved hundreds. $500 will be paid for a cale they will not cure or help. Do not suffer or'tyoor friends uffer.but use and urge theniV U8 Hop B Remember, Hop Bitter is in v", drugged drunken nostrum, but the Purrvkwu n d Best Medicine eer made , the and hope' and no person or family should be without tnem. 9 D. I.C. I" an absolute and Irresistible cu ro rArllninlinncss. use of oiilum tobacco and! narcotics. All sold by drugarists. Send for Circular. asp Bitten urg. v., Rochester. N.T and Tostinto. Ont, N. H. DOWKS VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR la a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Whooping-Cough, and all Lung . Diseases, when taken in season People die of consumption simp ly because of neglect, when the 1 timely use of this remedy would have cured them at once. Fifty -one years of con stant use proves the fact that no j cough remedy has stood the test kaka Downs' Eiixir. Pries 3&c. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. For Sab' Everywhere. Dr. Baxter's Mandrake BlTTJERlf win cure jaundice, jUyspepaia, Ldver complaints, Indigestion. and all diseases arising from Bil iousness. rnce ac eta. oer bottle. ror saie Kveiywnare. IIKNKY oV JOHNSON' ARNICA AND OIL LINIMENT For Jftan ana Beast. The most perfect liniment ever compounded. Price acc. and 50c. For Sale Everywhere. rt awuSi I m estate! er tHm 1 I enl frofemmion. lUVv-i. fJ'nerol Itrhilit y , fVmalf f M. I ftmrm. nnt nf itl.l UtV, Vonnii. rVosim I Hon, onrt l onralra- eeieersinswrt. to auch an aitent that my labor Was exceedingly bar me much relief, bnt on the contrary, waa D lowed h . ' nouoie the ease, with the tranquil oTnr uwiore eujoyea. nine lonlchaanot doo .1. P. Wathok, I'sator Christian Chnrch. Troy, O AIMS of ofTo-Day AGITATION ..lnrtion St riiwn IVht IMiDuilonsto lie - u Opntarlss of Rncll.h ID esses arc noor 1 t.n shows how the land was conSseated ths maanfacterlos destroyed task fit. I Dillon, Srennsn snd oth.r Isadori, with HSelthss sf thebUvw.1 ' popslsr wok r tk day, im ae 00 w.mw I 50c for fall oalAt, and bsslo work at onoa. rr full par Honiara, I ran Mint, sad dmIb war J. V. BsCDMDT A "Vffl'f f CbiesaclU