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DEL T. 6UTTON, Publishes. TJROCKWAY CENTER, MICH NiiHS OiiJLU WEEK. MICTTTaAW. The Chicago and West Michigan railway da pot at Grind Haven burned Saturday night. 1 be fire was started by a cigar stub la a saw dust spittoon. Loss on building about $l,2-0; amount of freight in the depot not known Wo Insurance. Robert Wilson, locomotive foreman at the Grand Trunk Junction, was run over by Mrs and fatally injured, on the 17th. A correspondent of the Free Press thluks Reed City gives promise of becoming the bub. It now bas seven churches, and 80 buildings are In the course of erection, the majority of which are being constructed with an eye to permanence and architectural beauty John Hunt of Middlesex, Canada, foreman In Russell Bros.' shingle mill, Manistee, while at tempting to remove a belt, was drawn against shaft and killed. Francis Graves,of the Plain Dealer, Hasting, has been complained of In the United States District Court for circulating otocene litera ture through the malls. He gave bail to up pear for trial August 12, at Grand Rapids. Kalkaska rejoices in a good grass crop. A. A. Abbott, one of the original platters of Kal kaska Village, and at present its oldest rvel dent, has sold bis bouse and lot. Mr. Abbott will sojourn for a time at Charlevoix. The corner store of a new Episcopal church at Harbor Spungs bas Just been laid. Tie ferests are on fire in Iosco county, be. twren East Tawas and Ao Sable. Darlug a shower at Flint, on the 18th, lightning struck a chimney on the Bryant bouse aod going down tLe chimoey knock ad a stove to pieces and shocked Mrs, Eulll very badly, but did no serious damage. Bears are reported to be numerous la the woods about Hougtbon and Hancock, L. Frank Wystyrh, a young boy, on the Fouitb, at Calumet, cut the skin on one finger by a spark from a toy pistol. Monday bis hand swelled; Tuesday lock-jaw set In; Wednesday he died. At Iron Mountain, L. Sn the little son of Win. Steveus was wounded in the band by a toy pistol on the 4th, and the following Wednes day he died of lock Jaw. At Ionia, John Guilfey, for horse stealing, and Jacob Kunkelman, for breaking Into a store at Pewaiuo, have been sentenced to 11 montks at Jackson and Ionia respectively. The social event of the seison at Nile was the marriage this week of Fred H. Bacon, a young attorney of St. Louis, Mo, and Miss Clara, daughter of A. J. Clelland, one of the leading manufacturers of the place. A gravel train on the Cincinnati, Wabash & Mk&igan railroad ran off the track near NUes, throwing the tender and locomotive off the trettle work into the river. The engineer -eaped with slight injuries. The fireman, M. C McCleee had his feot crushed and may lose his leg. Battle Creek has a public conveyance known as the "Irish Jaunting Car," J. Sturm, one of the high'y esteemed citizens of Saline, was very seriously Injured by his team running away. Wm. Llndsley, a man with him, was also iajured. The prolonged and unaccountable absence of Wm E. Culver from his home in Cold water causes his wife and friends anxiety. A police court Jury of Detroit declined to convict Tbos. Lorlmer of Belle Isle, for a viola tion of the liquor law, on the ground that while the offense was clearly shown, the law which he was charged with violating was "an unjust one." A storm cloud passsd over the vicinity of Mew Hadson this week, with wind, htil aod rain. Nearly all the wheat and other crops were ruined, and damage to buildings done. John A. Russell of Detroit has invented a new form of underground main for conducting powerful currents, such as are used for electric lighting or for manufacturing and motive pur poses. Kalaniazoa is to have a free delivery of the U. 8. mall. Wilcox, the Grand Rapids policeman engaged to attend to smaU-pox cases, is now down with the disease for the second time. He had it badly seme years ago, when 'he was confined over a month. J. A. Gale of Grand Rapids accidentally shot himself through one band, while handling a revolver. The planing mill of J. C. Williamson, Jack son, was partially burned Thursday night, at a loss of 91,000. The fire caught In the engine room. Jadge Christlancy has returned to his home in Lansing, and will enter once more upon the practice of his profession. He does not Intend to go Into general and indiscriminate practice at the bar, but will act as counsel on any ques tion arising In any part of the state or else where. Hon. E. B. Cottrell, Detroit, of the fir relief commission, brought back from the burred district a sample of the wheat being raised from seed furnished by the commission. The sample Is a tl-headed stool, and was taken at afaance from a field of 23 acres. The wheat is t excellent quality, and the prospects are goed for the largest crop every raised in the district. Mrs. Frank Gundell of Monroe, aged about 60 years, was hit on the head, and probably fatally Injured, by a piece of scantling eareles. ly thrown from the second story of a sew building Her skull was badly fractured. A 4 year old son of Wm. Carleton waa drowned in the St. Clair river, by falling from the wharf on which he waa playing. The child bad been absent but a short time when bis mother went to look for him, and found him lying on the bottom in about three feet of wa ter. A cerrespondent at Vorthviile writes: Appli cation of parls green to one orchard: Total cost of application, 910; aavd to the owner, 9300. Had the same treatment been general housands of dollars would have been saved. SamuelS Foes, senior member of the lum bering firm of 8, 8. A E. B. Foss, of Bay City, had driven to the poetnfSce, when his horse waa frightened by on of the bolts which at tach the clips on the axle to the thills, falling cut Mr. Foes tried to check the horse, but the vehicle gave a sudden lurch, throwing Mr. Foea out with sreat force. In hia descent the unfor. tunate man's shoulder struck a telegraph pole in such a man as to break his neek. He explr ed almost Immediately. Mr. Foes waa from Connecticut, and In his 89th year. He leaves a wife and two small children in good circum stances. Dr. Best of Grand Rapids was thrown from his carriage, which collided with a heavy wag on, on Thursday, and received quite severe though not dangerous injuries. His collar bone was broken, and he was injured In the region of the spine and also on the temple. MISCELLANEOUS. Thirty bodies have been recovered from the ruins of the building at Texarkana. The work of search for the missing la still going n. Fifteen persons are still missing and are upposed to be under the ruins. A f arf ul storm swept the tattle and populous sections of the Black Hills, known as Spear fish and Red Water, Dak. Two thousand acres of magnificent grain nearly ready for harvest were destroyed and a section of the country four miles wide and thirty long waa devastat ed. A rotary bleach in Adams k Co's paper mill, at Chagrin Falls, Ohio, exploded wiecktng a large part of the mill, instantly killing one man and severely, if not fatally, Injuring an other. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln died Sunday evening last. Her physicians had but little hope that she would recover since Saturday, when par alytic symptoms were manifest. Lendville's mayor and councilman have been fined and sent to Jail for contempt of court The Columbus, Hocking Valley fc Toledo Railroad haa been purchased by the Standard Coal and Iron Company. The capital is f 75, 000,000, and this corporation controls most of thM coal and iron of the Hocking Yilley. If terminal facilities can be procured, Detroit Is to become the great coal distributing point for the northwest. The remains of Mrs. Lincola will be depos ited In the vault under the Lincoln monument at Springfield, 111. During a sudden squall on Chautauqua lake a r.w boat containing Dr. A. P. Eingaud wire, of London, Prof. Lelaud, of St. Louis, and a young lady from London waa capsized op posite the Assembly ground. After an hour's struggle in the water, Prof. Leland and the young lady reached shore, but King and wife were drowned. There have been six deaths from lockjaw in Cincinnati. The victims were boys who we wounded in the hand by toy pistols on the Fourth of July. In most of the rases the wounds were apparently trifling. Senator Ben Hill, Atlanta, Ua., is worse. He has to take bis food through a tube and bis deatn may occur at any minute. Two prominent planters engaged in a law suit fell to firing at each other in the court room at Floyd, Louisiana. One was killed and the other badly wounded. It is proposed by the Ohio Republican asso elation to purchase Gen. Garfield's Washing ton residence for state headquarters. Mrs. Garfield values the property at 115,000, and will restore hia library as it waa before Presi dent Garfield's death If the purchase Is made. A mass state convention of national labor anti-monopolists has been called for the 16th of August in Indiana. They propose to make a vigorous campaign this fall. According to tbe latest forestry bulletins Maine has about 5,000.000,000 feet of spruce still standing and 475,000,000 feet of white pine; New Hampshire 1.510,000,000 feet of spruce; and Vermont bad 755,000,030 feet Neither of the two latter bas any of the first growth of pine standing, but they cut profit ably the second growth. In a heavy thunderstorm in Boston on the 19th, rain fell in torrents, and at intervals of a few minutes there were sharp flashes of lightning and terrific and swift succeeding thunder claps. The damage by water in the lower sections of the city was very great. The sewers in some Instances backed up and dis charged their contents Into collars. In Charleston the water rose ao high that the prisoners in the Jail were obliged to roost on the bunks to krep dry. No change is reported In the attitude of strikers at Pittsburg and New York. Many steel mills remain idle at the former place. Freight is bandied with difficulty, but with lees delay than lart week. Troops of the third and sixth calvary regi ments have had a fight with Indian renegades near Cbevelar's Fork, Arizona. Killed, 20 In dians, one enlisted man and one scout. The redskins were routed. An amicable arrangement being effected, Mrs. LaBau Peyer, Bister of tbe late Cornelius J. Yanderbllt, withdraws her objections and his will has been admitted to probata. Lancaster, Pa.,atid vicinity were swept by a storm Wednesday. Many persons were in lured by flying missiles. A circus tent was de molished. John M. Francis of the Troy Times, minister residence at Lisbon, has sailed from New York. A large number of bis Journalists and other friends accompanied the steamer down tbe bay on a revenue cutter. The Mississippi steamer John Wilson sunk with a loss of 15 lives. Tbe Tariff Commission Is In session at Long Branch with all the members present Hon. John B. Hall, member of the Legisla ture from Hamilton County and President of the home Insurance Company of Columbus, Ohio, and U. N. Henderson, Secretary, have been arrested charged with perjury. Affidavit was made by the State Superintendent of In surance, to whom the sworn statement of the condition of the company was made last Jan nary, whea the assets were returned at 9250, 000. The Investigation shows the assets to be only 9100,000 and tbe liabilities 9350,000. J. J. Newell, formerly of Adrian, Mich., aska for a chance to prove to a congressional com mittee that "no lees than 92.000,009 in money, stock and binds waa furnished f r a pool in 1868 and 1870 to secure the passage of tbe bill making the land grant to the Texaa Pac'.fia railroad. A loss variously estimated aggregating 975 000 is reported by the Standard Oil Compact's refinery at Cavln Point, New Jersey. One man was killed by the explosion. The conclusion of proceedings in the Chris tlancy divorce case Is delayed by the refusal of the stenographer to give up the manuscript report of testimony until he received pay for services rendered. SENTENCED FOB OOLLBCTWO POLITICAL AS SESSMENTS. Gen. Newton M. .Curtis, ex-Treasory Agent, has been convtctod In the U. B. Circuit Court for collecting money from office-holders for political purposes. Tbe decision was rendered by the court en banc. The decision la in effect that the act of Congress prohibiting govern ment o ialr from collecting money for polit ical pui ies Is constitutional. Therefore, the the app itlon In arrest of Judgment for a newtrla denied. Curtis was sentenced to pay a f $1,01)0. Counsel for Curtis in tends toe 1 1 ry the case to the Supreme Court. Fanny Pain ell, sister of Charles Stew art Par nell, died tuddenly at Bordentown, N. J., on he 20th from paralysis of the heart The Garfield men are said to have had their day and among the official heads said to be in danger are those of Mr. French, assistant sec retary of the treasury, Gen. Swalin and Cola. Corbln and Rockwell. The Cass Avenue Plaining MilL St Louis, Mo, owned by a Joint stock company, has burned at a loss of about 9100,000; to Insur ance companies. Five business houses In Madison, Neb., were burned on Saturday at a lose of 925,000. At Fairfield, Me., four saw mills and the machinery of a sash and blind factory, two furniture factories and one builders' factory were burned, with all contents; also, two dwelling houses. Loss over 9100,000. Six hundred men are thrown out of employment. The saw mills were not insured. The busi ness of tbe place Is very much crippled. Oscar M. Goodwin, late cashier of the Log- ansport (Iod. ) National Bank, baa been arrest ed at Atlanta, Ga., charged with being a de faulter in 917.000. At Chavaloua Fork. Arizona la an engage ment 14 I idlans were killed. The casualties f the U, 8. troops were Lennen aavl Chart i killed; Converse, Lieut Morgan, Taylor, Cann, and Will wounded. W. J. Wilcox &. Co- ef the lard refining firm New York, fail wl h liabilities of 975,000. By a R. R. collision at Vlncencee, Ind f 75,- 000 damage waa done and five men seriously hurt CONGRESS. July 15. In the Senate, Mr. Anthony, intro duced a bill repealing so much of the Army Appropriation bill as provides for the retire ments of Gen. Sherman and Lieut Gen Sheri dan. Referred. Mr. Wlndom offered a reso lution calling upon the President for copies of the declarations of E i ward Lytton fiulwer and Clayton upon the ratification of the Clayt on Bnlwer treaty, and for any other documents re ferred to In the instructions of Secretary Fre linghuysen to Minister Lowell dated May 8 1882. Adopted. The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the Pension Appropriation bill, the Internal Revenue bill having been laid aside Informally. Tbe bill was passed. In the House Mr. Cannon from the commits tee of conference on the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriate bill reported that the committee had been unable to agree. Af ter discussion the House voted to insist on Its disagreement with the Senate and to ask for further conference. Messrs. Cannon HIsorck and Atkins were le-appointed as conferrees on the Legislative bill and Messrs. Hlscocki Robi son and Cox were appointed conferrees on the Deficiency Appropriation bilL The House went into committee of tbe whole on the Sen ate amendments to the River and Harbor Ap propriation bilL The Senate amendments, in cluding the Hennepin Canal amendment, were non-concurred in. July 17. The Senate resumed consideration of the Internal revenue bill, Mr. Morrill giving notice that he would antagonize the naval and every other bill until that measure was dispos ed of. The presiding officer stated that tbe pending amendment was that offered by Mr. Beck reducing the tax on manufactured tobac co to 10 cents per pound. Mr. Beck supported the proposition as being one of substantial re lief. Mr. S tier man said tbe bill reduced taxes from 935,000,000 to 940,000,000, and It was best to take It as It was and not embark upon a wide sea of general discussion upon the question of taxation. Pending discussion the bill went over. In the House Mr. Robinson Introduced sev eral resolutions in the interest of American citizens in British prisons; also a resolution calling on the secretary of the navy for the in structions under which Commodore Nlcholron threatened to open fire on the city of Alexan dria under certain contingencies, and to Inform the government whether American sailors and officers were performing police duty In Alex andria under the British Admiral, and If so, by what authority. Referred. Mr. Hewitt rrse to a question of privilege, which Involved a bitter personal controversy between him and Mr. Robinson. July 18. The petition of the Gulteau Jurors askiDg an allowance of 95 per day was referred, and the Senate went Into an executive session, which terminated at 4 $5. On motion of Mr. Sherman the Tax bill waa taken up. The question was upon Mr. Beck's amendment re ducing the tax on manufactured tobacco to 10 cents per pound to take effect January 10, 1883. Mr. Ingalis said he would favor a reduction to 12 cents, and Mr. Beck modified bis amendment accordingly. Mr. Logan read a telegram from tobaoco'manufacturers of Qulncy, I1L, who, he said, employed about 2,000 hands, complaining that tke agitation Is hurting them, and asked that the tax be taken.off entirely or allowed to remain unchanged. Telegrams protesting against reduction were read by Senators Cam eron, Dawes and Conger, and also one fix m Louisiana by Mr. Jonas, asking for a rebtfe on cigars, cigarettes, and tobacco on hand. With out action, senate adjourned. In the House, tbe Joint resolution exteadlng to July 81 the provisions of the Joint resolution of June SO providing temporarily for tbe Joint expenses of the government, was passed. Unanimous reports of the Committee on Elec tions on the Virginia and Maine contested elec tion cases were made, and resolutions declaring tbe sitting members, Capell and Reed, entitled to retain their seats, adopted. Mr. Calkins then called up the South Carolina contested election case, Small vs. Tillman agalnit which Mr. Randall raised the question of consideration. Most of the day waa taken up with dillatory motions. A quotum was finally obtalne, and Mr. Calkins said he would call for tbe previous question after two hours' discission. July 19. -In the Senate, Mr. Bewail gave no. tloe that he would call op the b'il for General Porto's relief on the first Monday in Decem ber next Mr. Beck's amendment to the tax bill fixing the tobacco tax on and after January 1, 1383, at 12 cents per pound, was agreed to, yeas 2t, nays 2$. Mr. Veorhees' amendment to strike from the Mil Ue proposed reduction of taxes on bank capital, deposits, and stamps on checks, was passed. Mr. Oockrell reported with important amendments, the bill passed by the House, April T, to relieve certain soldiers of the late war from the charge of desertion. Or dered printed. The House resumed consideration of the 8oath Carolina contested election case, Smalls vs. Tillman. The resolution declaring Smalls entitled to the seat waa carried, 141 to 5. Mr Smalla then appeared at the bar of the House and took the oath of office. Tbe Alabama case of Smith vs. Shelley was then taken up, yeas 145, nays 1, and Mr. Ranney , having taken the floor, the House adjourned. July 80. In tbe Senate tbe tax till was taken up. The pending amendment waa to strike out tbe provision repeating tbe taxes on bank capitol and deposits checks and drafts. The pending amendment was rejected 15 to 41. A motion to repeal tbe tax on bank eapi'cl and retain that on deposits was negatived, 5 to 45. The Senate committee amendment to tbe first section as amended by the reduction of the tx on tobacco was then agreed to , 89 to 9, and U e question recurred on tbe remainder of the sec tion. The bill went over until to-morrow. Tbe Hon retook up the Alabama contested election case, Smith vs. Shelley, and after dis cussion In which Ranney, Calkins, Springer and Townsend participated, the resolution de claring the seat vacant, waa passed. Mr. Reed called up the resolution aa the Committee on Rules reported In March, to amend the rules so ns to provide that during the morning hour it shall be in order to consider such bills reported from committees as the committee in charge shall direct It also provides for designation by committee of a measure to be considered when the House goes into committee of the whole. July 21. In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Logan the House amend meat to the Senate amendment to the Pension Appropriation bill was concurred in. The bill now goes to the President Mr. McMillan, submitted the con ference report on the River aud Harbor bill and stated that agreements had been reached upon all the items except those relating to the Poto mac Flats, Hennepin and Chesapeake Caoala and Mlasbttlppl River appropilatlon, tbe con troversy upon tbe latter belri g aa to the amount He said tbe conferees recommended concur reuce as to all the Items agreed upon; that the Senate insists upon Its amendments in the four item named and the appointment of a new conference. The conference report, was finally ai opted, 41 yeas to 12 nays, and Moaara. Mc Millan, Jones, of Nevada, and Ransom were reappointed conferees. The tax bill was taken up, and Mr. Bayard's amendment to retain tbe tax stamp on snuff was repeated. The House had under consideration the con ference report on the General Deficiency Ap propriation Ull. The report stutes that all difference between the two Houses had bees reconciled except tbe mileage of Senators for extra session. The recommendations of the committee oa conference were adopted so far aa the items which were not disputed were concerned. Among the amendments agreed to la that for tke payment of the physicians attend ing President Garfield. A further conference waa then ordered and a committee consisting of Messrs. Hiscock, and Robeson and Cox, of New York was appointed. Mr. Hlscock asked consent to have the conference committee in corporate In the bill an item of 96,928 to supply the deficiency m the appropriation fur the payment of the salary and mileage of mem bers of the forty seventh Congress. FOREIGir. RIOTING IN ALEXANDRIA, The Fire at Alexandria Under Control. Sanguinary rioting prevails in Cairo despite the endeavors of the authorities to maintain order. The German consul Is preparing to leave with his countrymen. The Italian con sul advises the Italians to go to Ismaila. The bombarding at Alexandria almost extlr minated the Egyptian corps of artillery men, which waa the best branch of the army. Order is n jw established, and it is now possible to walk the streets without escort Cafes and shops are reopening and confidence is gener ally reviving. Thirteen hundred Christian refugees were saved In a Coptic church during the massacre. The Eogllsh consulate at Alex andria and the quarter containing great grain and cotton stores escaped the conflagration. A famine Is apprehended, also an epidemic, be cause of tne unburied dead. The offices of the Ottoman Bank aad Credit Lyonnalse escap ed destruction. Arabi Pasha appropriated 25,000 from the custom house before leaving. Tbe great powers of Earepe are said to agree that the time for Turklati intervention in Egjp. is past, and that England and Francs should ccuP7 Egypt The English and French men-of-war In tbe Sues canal have orders to protect the Austrian and German caravans. The Italian government has ordered men-of-war to hold themselves In readiness to escort Italian merchant vessels through the Suez canaL ' The British outposts stopped an Egyptian officer bearing the Khedive's dismissal of Arabi, which, therefore, haa not reached him. Tbe palace authorities allege they can find nobody willing to convey the document to Arabi, ashs would behead any officer bearing his dismissal- Arabi expresses a willingness to come to Alexandria if tbe Khedive will Induce the Eng lish fleet to withdraw. If the Khedive can't do this, Arabi recommends him to send a minister to his camp to dlrcuss tbe situation. Denmark has sent out a ship to explore the Arctlo regions. Rains havs ruined the harvests In Ireland and widespread suffering is evident Arabi's army Is said to be growing in num bers, but haa too many uncivilized Bedouins to fight affectively. Tbe occupation of tbe Sues caial for three months has been agreed on by England and France, subject to the decision of the confer ence of the powers. The city of Mexico has just been visited by a very 'severe shock of earthquake, lasting two minutes. Ths buildlu could not havs stood much mors rocking. Tbe tbock was felt for great distances. W1B NEWS. Ths conduct of ths Khedive has caused much surprise. Hs has for ths last few days allowed several persons (o be. at the palaos who ars known to have been intimately connected with Arabi Pasha. The latter defenda hia action, and aays hs waa fully Justified by the law and by ths decision ef ths Council of Ministers in replying to ths British fire. Hs also has or dered ths payment of taxes to him for war purposes. The manager of the water works at Alexan. drla has erdered the aid Roman rvells through out ths town emptied, cleansed and refilled, the water supply being completely at Arabi's mercy. Laborers ars scarce and ths work will probably take three weeks. Arabi proposes to kill ail the Turks in Egypt He saya as there ars not many throats to cut it's better to cut them now. EGYPTIAN WAR HEWS, ETC. CALCUTTA PfiATS FOB ABABl'S SUCCESS. The ship-owners of Calcutta have been In. vlted to offer tenders for tbe the transportation to Egypt of 5,000 men and 600 mules, and prayers have been offered lu the mosques for Arabi's success. De Lesseps has Informed Admiral Seymour that the passage of men-uf-war through Suez Canal constitutes a breach of Its neutrality. Arabi Pasba bas diverted the Canal, which supplies Alexandria with water, but it is be lieved the greater part of the cisterns have been filled. There Is no chance for a resump tion of business at present The telegraph haa been cut and there is no communication between Ras-el-Tln and Suez. The Government of Su t receive, all Instructions from Arabi Pashl In the capacity of Minister of War. The Yexlcan earthquake was the most severed any visitation for 20 years. The shock was felt in several places in the United States. A destructive fire at Port Au Prince destroy ed eighty-three houses, mostly business places. Outlaws plundered the stores daring the Are. Arabi's camp is visible from the tower of a house at Ramleh. His position, on a nanow sttlp of land and flanked by two lakes, Is very stroyg. Thirty -six Europeans were massacred there by order of Arabi. In tbe Mexican earthquake four nersons are reported killed farther south by the falling orachuich. Atlgula and Y.intepec, build ings were leveled to the ground. A deluge of rain occurred In Bohemia and the destruction to property and crops Is incal culable. The bodies of forty-seven persons drowned have been recovered. DETROIT MA11KETS Thk Produce and PaovisioN market is sop plied at rates a follows: Mess pork 23 25; family, 924.25; clear, f 25.00; lard, 12c.; for tierces; 12c for kegs; hams, 12 (4 15c; shoulders, Mile; bacon 14c; dried beef, 13(2 15c; extra mess beef. 15.00. Chick ens wore sold at 12(3 14c per lb.; white fish and trout 7(A8c VEGETABLES. Tomatoes f 11 25 per K bu box; string beans 75(31 25; wax beans 1(2 1 25 and peas 00(700 per bu; cucumbers &S5o.; onions, 2u 25c; beets 25(3 20c; pie plant 25(3 30c. ana asparagus, 25(3SJc per doz. bunches; cabbages, 1 75(32 per bbl., and 2 50 per crate. FLOUR. 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We have seen it tried, and great results accomplished. Huntington (Ind.) Democrat. Alexander H. Stephens, (Ex-Vice-Fresident C. S. A.,) has started on the "borrowed time" of his 71st year. He is much interested in the care of his live stock, and circulates among the animals with a perambulator. PREJUDICE OF THE PRESS OVER COME. OrrrcK 0? The Sekxoa Co, "Herald," ) 2 Hauiiliou block, v BloomvUie, Ohio. J Gentlemen. You can count me as a convert to Thomas' Eclectric Oil. When your agent came Into my office to ad vertise your medicine, I classed it with the thousand and one nostrums hawked about the country and sold as cure-alls. For fifteen or twenty years I have been suffering with that terrible disease, Catarrh; had lost my sense of smell and taste, also my sight and hearing was fast falling. I had previously tiled scores of advertised remedies, but found only temporary relief. Last fall I concluded to give your Eclectric Oil a trial. After using part of the first bottle I began to feel better. So I kept on using it every night before retiring. I am now most happy to say 1 am near ly cured, aud feel better than I have for ten years. Some time ago I felt a pricking seusatiun under one of my thumb nails. I could not imagine what caused it It felt as if a piece of needle was under the nail. I tied up my fin ger with a rag, freely saturating it with the Oil: the pain ceased and In a few days a black spot make its appearance and gradually incraiaed until a new nail grew on. These are facts volun tarily given, even against a former prej udice concerning Patent Medicines. You can use this testimony as you see fit. If it will do any good in getting suffering humanity to try your medi cine and it relieves others as it has me, they will feel thankful. Yours truly, O. M. noLCOMB. Sold by all Druggists. Farrand, Williams & Co., Wholesale Agents, Detroit, Mich. The money order transaction of the New York post office in the post fiscal year were 108,058,000 over the previous year. The additional cost to the gov ernment was only f 1,600. It Head the List Ot all other preparations or medijiues. ja ca-v s vf nausea headache. & iAat or irreg u Ian ti of the eysu-ui, BcRDOCx Blood Bit ters have Do equal. 1 hy uvr fan iu Hord ing immediate relief. Piice fl.itu. Capt. Payne, bj conference with S.KJreUrj' TeUer, learned that it would be piudeat to nier Indian territory with colonists la deflanea f law. The New World's Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel at Buff 4 o, N. Y., Is now completed and ready to receive patients. Several heavy fires were raging at the same time In the lower end of New York Friday night aad Saturday morning. Total damage estimated at about 9380,000. "IN A DECLINE." Da. R. V. Prxacx: Dear Sir Lwt I ail my daughter was in a decline and every body tboug it she was going into the consumption. I got her a bottle of your "Fawiite Prescrip tion," and it cared br. MBS. MABY HIKSON, Of all druggists. Mouium, Kin. Harvesting bas begun in the southern por tions of tbe state, la the vicinity of Buchan an, some fields yield 80 bushels to the acre. The average will probably be 20. Weak lunge, pitting of blood, consumption and kindred affectlonr, ourrd with out ptiyai clan, address for lrati, with two s amoa, World's bisrsNSAKi Medical Association. BoIXaIo, N. y. News from Bedford is to the effect that Ste phen Tarbell, the victim of Eugene Webster's Jealous frenzy, will die. Hia body and lower limos are totally paralyzed, and be la unable kj move. All is Well that Ends Well. Oria Oatlln, 49 Paarl 8ireet, Buffalo, N. Y says: "I trietl various reroeuis for the piles, hut found no relief until 1 used IHOMAS1 Eclectric Oil, which entirely cured me aiier afw applications." The Branch County Record (Republican) and tbe Cold water Sentinel (Deinecrauc) have been merged into one paper which will advocate the doctrines ot the Greenback party. Satisfactory. Mrs. Wallane, Buffalo, N. Y writes: "I have usttd Bubdook Blood Bittebs for nervous aod biliou nedachef, and tiwvv recommended them to my friends; I brileve them superior to any othei medlcttie I have used, and can rec ommend them to any one requiring a cure for biliousness." Prloe fl.DC. A tidal wave 15 fcet high struck the Friend y Islands, April 25th. At Tonga tea all the . hurcbea were destroyed. Two thousand ouses were levels, stores and copra houses with their Contents were sweat away. HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE " Is the bKT SALVE for Cute. Braises, Sores. Ulcm, Snlt-Rhfum, Teiter, Chapped Panda, Chilblains, Corns aod all kinds of Skin Erup tions. Freckle, and Pimple. CM HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE, as all others are coun terfelte. Price 25 cents. DR. GREEN'S OXYGENATED BIT TERS. Is tbe best remedy, for Dyspepsia, Bllloonness, Malaria, Indigestion, and diseases of ths Blood Kidneys Liver, Skin etc. DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cores all affec Mons of the mucous membrane, of the head aud jthroat. DR. MOrrs LIVER PILLS are the beat CaiharUo Reguiatora.