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THE ESBOAPED SIOUX.
A Oanadian Officer's Interview With the
Indiana who Orossed the Border.
A Toronto Globe correspondent at
Fort Walsh. " ,t hwest territory,
writes of a visit hv M1. WVt. of the
British army, to the camp of the
hostile Sioux, at Wood Inouutain,
(ine hundred and ninety miles fronm
Fort Walh: h
Maj. West started from Fort Walsh
with a detachment of ten men and
himself on the lead; rode into the
camp abort ; o'clock on the afternoon
of the 21st ult., creating considerable
astonishment among the savages, who
rushed out, arms in hand, as they af
terwards explained, thinking it was
the United States troops, whom they
had told were to follow them across
the line. No attention was paid to
them,ll the ('amp was passed, and old
White Eagle of the Sautees (friendly
Indian) sought out. There were alwbout
three hundred lodges of mixed Sioux,
corsisting of Tlncaapas, Minuecon.
gsnus and Ogallallas, the worst Indians
under the sun. They had a number
of U nited States government mules,
taken in the battle of the Little Horn.
Black Moon and Long Dog, both noted
characters, were among them. The
nlajor talked pretty plainly to them,
anti laid down the laws, and told them
if they remained in the British r sn.
sessions they must obey the laws. He
asked them it'f they were here only for
the winter seeking protection, and
when spring conies to return to the
,other side of the line and make war.
'Ihey replied that they were tired of
oarr and wanted Ipace, and they had
conme here to remain. They asked
a hy he had entered their camp in the
manner so new to them. The iaji,r
IIlI them the children of the iog'c]n
here not afraid to go anywhere, a:
they did not think of danger in their
country. They concluded that they
had good hearts, and were brave.
'['hey seemed to have little or no re
slhect for the Americana. They were
ladl to se the major, and promised to
cehave themselves while here. Al
though they announcede their deter
mination to remain here, there is no
prohbability of their doing so. As soon
as spring optens they will again be on
the warpath. Old Long l)og is an
arrant rascal; the number ot white
men he has killed in his time could be
counted by scores. Black Moon is not
tar behind him. In fact, the entire
lot are not to be trusted ; they have
none of the virtues usually attributed
to the Indians about here; many of
them are so uncivilized that they have
no names. The major says it took all
the other chiefs' exertions to keep the
Ogallallas quiet. He further told
them, in explaining the laws, that if
any of them were violated the offen
dler would be taken from camp and
brought to Fort Walsh and punished.
We do not anticipate any trouble from
these Indians while in this country, a3
they seenm willing and anxious to keep
on friendly termns with the mounted
And Now for the Telephone.
The recent reduction of telegraphic
rates between this city and New ' ork
anld other places io the east is very
,mntable. It is no long time since ten
word messages to New York cost $2.
Then came successive reduction to
$1.50, SI, seventy-five cents and fifty
cents. Now they are put down to
thirtvyfive cents, and night messages
of twice the number of words than
can he sent by day are sent for the
seine sum. This is a result of the in
jictin of a little healthy cmnipetition
in the telegraphic business. Even at
this greatly reduced rate, it is not
robable money will be lost. The ex
pcrimenta with the telephone are still
in progress in both Boston and Chi
cago. The apparatus has been much
simplified of late, and with greater
imprlicity has come greater efficiency.
Exactly the practical value of this in
vention has not vet been discovered;
but it will he almost the solitary in
stancc among inventions it' it dloe~s not
turn cutto be of importance. Tihe
largest circuit vet in use is one hun
ire d and twenty-eight mile.;, and( the
reistance that has been overctmet is
much greater than that encountered in
transmitting cable messages. It men
ca,, talk intelligibly with one another
when separated by a dlistance of mnore
thl , one hundred miles, it woulhl ap.
lp'r that the titme is not ftr away
when oral messages will be transmittedl
with -uch rapidity that phonographv
wi!! lwcorue e-sential to the operator.
Whet such sleed as this is gained,
lurthcr reduction in rates 'ill have t,
ct't, . -Ci,(.ine,rti Ti,,cs.
Horrors of Opium Kating.
A re.-ident of Knightstown, Indiana,
alier eating opium for ten years, wan
,;cr,7d into a hotel in New Orleans a
week ago yestenlrday, and committed
'uicide hv boring a hole in his neck
with a pen-knite and cutting the jugu
lar vein with a pair of surgenm's scis
--*m. The contessions of this opiumn
en'ter have a terrible significance:
"*(pt only knows how I have fought
this terrible habit, but whenever it gets
hold of the system it is too late. God
lity the opium eater! Am almost
past going now. The opium habit was
tcntracted more than ton years ago,
though not confirmed until about
,ight years sinoe. I then began to
tidht it with the deperation that al.
fIi(t eratied me, and when nearly well
wold hbcme tdi'ouraged and go
Lack again. No man had a dearer
wife and family than I had-a better
wife and.children. I cannot recall my
Interesting Experiments With the Pes
(;. ('. Green, of Vamont, has left at
this office a glaes can abont half filled
with earth taken from the ground
where the 'hoppers deposited eggs last
fall. It the earth he put a few grains
of wheat, and by setting the can in the
sun by dlay, and where it. was not too
cold by night, the wheat has sprouted,
and the grasshoppers numerously
hatched at the same time. It is in
tnructive as showing that the winter
has not, as some contend, kil.ed the
life of the locust eggs. It shows,more
over, that the same conditions of heat,
sunlight and moisture which cause the
grans and grain to sprout, also cause
the enemy which eats hern to sprout.
It shows in miniature what will be
the condition of the whole land in
about a month from now-the young
grna and wheat springing up, and at
the same time the young locusts leap
ing from the ground as numerous as
the blades of the young grain. Nature
has ordered that they appear at the
same time. 'Ihe wiae huslandman
will prepare to getard against the
scourge. In the can, one stalk shot
up an inch and a half'high before the
'hoppers attacked it, when the little
fellows climbed to the top, and began
to eat. In other cases the hungry lit
tie rogues nipped off the sprout ot the
wheatl as soon a" it came to the surface
1.l ait little sooner, keeping it eaten
down helow the ground. The opera.
tion is just the same as that olservesl
o(, large fields in the spring ofalocust
Through the glas may lie observed
somes that have hatched at the depth
of an inch or more under the dirt,
which do not seem to he ah'e to get to
the surface, and die in their prison.
The inference is that if the ground is
plowed after the eggs are deposited,
most of the young grasshoplers when
hatched will never get to the surfla:e.
Where the ground has not been dis.
turtlsl after the deposition of the eggs,
there is a natural way out. It so, all
lands plowed this spring will ie com
paratively free fron locusts that hatch
on the samen; and the fight will ~b
against those swarms whicg hatch in
the open fields, and in tinctively start
for the farms of tendk . grain.-flkd
der ((d.) ý\:se'.
About Some New York Salaries.
The sensation of the hour is the at
tempt to reduce the salaries of men,
in every station of life. School teach
era, policemen, clerks, hank men and
insurance officers are greatly excited.
The legislature is stirring in the mat
ter, and a-k of all the insurance com
panies a statement of the amount of
salaries paid to the otticers Ten
thousand dollars, fifteen thousand dol
lars, twenty-five thousand dollars is a
great salary to be paid to a president.
Good men are scarce. Honest, ca
pable men are rare. One man is d(ear
at one thousand dollars, another is
cheap at twenty-five thousand. Stout,
of the Shoe and Leather bank, keeps
up his stock at 8140, with none in the
market. The bank could afford to
give hinm fifty thousand rather than
lose him. Morrison of the Manhattan
was a young clerk in the old 1United
i States bank. The cashier of the Man
hattan stole every dollar of the capital
and cleared out. The officers came
together to wind up the concerrn. The
charter of the bank was a valuable one.
It was smuggled through an unwilling
legislature by Aaron Burr, utinder the
piretence of introducing water into New
York. A director said: "Let us try
again'; I can find you capable men,
and I can find you an honest man; he
is a true blue, Cameronian, Presby
terian; vou can trust him anywhere."
So Morrison camne to the front. He
raised the stock to 8150. He is now
president with a salary of twenty-five
The presidlent of one of our largest
banks was called upon hvy men repre
sentingr a large cashbnstitution. The
institution was in trouble. Two mil
lions would save it, and the bank must
furnish it. The institution has been
a great patro: of the bank and it kept
on deposit a heavy balance for years.
" I can not help ncu." said(l the presi
dent, "unless I ruin more than athou
sandl customers, who look to me to
pIrotect them and to the bank for a
reasonablle discount." The heaviest
presnure was brought to whear upon the
president, but in vain. He regarded
the application as wrong in principle
and not to be entertained. The insti
tution went up, as it wonld have gone
anyhow. The bank was saved a los
of 'two mill ons. That single transac
tion pays the salary of twenty-five
thousand a rear. The M3Iutual Life of
New York,'with it5 assets ot eighty
millions dlemands firs,-class talent to
take care of it.-.\: Y. Eo' '4eispmdmne
of the Botoa Jfournrl.
Seattle, a thriving settlement on
Paget Sound, was founded some four
years ago by a priest from Quebec.
It now has 5,000 inhabitants, a daily
paper, tour churches and seven achools.
PUBLISH that which is goord. Dr. J. H
IeLean's ttr eagthe'atg Cordial sad Blood
FPurter ta life.nia rmedy, Imapets Vlr,
h)ith annt stnah to tho .stmpa
sad nrltobu thoblood. 1rr.J J.iL ,
314 ChmsUut ft,, Sf, IAUs, Ma.
THERE are $232,000,000 more of
gold than silver in existence. Tb.
amount of precious metal in existenc
is 813,740,(M)0,000. The increase of
the amount. of the precious metals in
existence has been greater within the
last twenty.eight years than during
the previous one hundred and forty.
The venera ble Doctor Lovick Piew,
now in his ninety-third year, is wAgtilt
a reries of reminiscences of the eentai,
He is the oldest Methodist ministerli.v
ing on thie. continent.
I)I;RANO's ltHiETMATI( REMEDY Iver
fails to cure rheumatism. Hold by all dr,lit,
The inventors of B:RN .ETT's CocoaMp
-knowing that when the lossof hair oee e itj
is generally from that part of the head Where
the greatest heati necessarily generatedjad
that animal fats by their nature Induce Meat
rather than alleviate it-turned their abe.,
tion and pharmaceutical science toward Vge.
table oils, an the Ibaisofamedieament tl ,.
mote the growth and preserve the beaoty of
the hair. The oleutmr corw, or Coeoasut ol.
presentl itself most strongly, as pos
many properties peculiarly adapted for Ike
purpose; but its odor was objectioaablelad
its denatty (except whet. exposed to lit)
eesmed for a long time to defy all effort to
render It availalele for popular use, in eedler
reiluate,. By a scientitlc selection of otherha.
gredients, those which will chemieslly pm
bin, with the oil have been disenvUea ead
they together have produced a colgn d,
which is ueneluatllle ly pronounced to be the
Iest that has yet appeared.
in the form presented,thbiollis permalse.t
ly deodorized, and held in a comleasoen
which peculiarly adapts it to the toilet. Bur
nett's ('oeoaine is unrivaled in delicacy sad
agreeahleneas--cooling in its nature-and
possemse much a penIe'tratiag afnity for these
cretions of the skin.that t is rapidly ahserbed
Its greatestelikcaeyis best secured y a per.
fret cleansing,. before its application, of the
hair anad scalp,uuder which eircumatasssethis
oil eflletl irrilttion, Drdeinrre all tendeasy to
deud,,,Ianl indriamt.e' the reiou of tdes
,illaries in the highestdegree. Itseeectapon
the glossiness anti richness of the hair isaech
as cannot lhe u.rpasl.ed; and it isofferedtothe
public in the tirm belief that it only requires
to he known to aupercede all other p rqera.
Lions. We are confident that no one wl* will
imake a trial of the efficacy will iee willll to
return teo the use of any other iereopratIsa.
.j1gl'll R4ItN'nTTr & Co.. liostou, manafae
turers andti proplietormp.
Flse Thomusad a slts A ,wayr *a.
Whie le)r. H. James was attached tp the
British MedieI ,tadf in the East lndihthia
high position enabled him to call abot him
the theat chemists. lphyslcins, and seilttat
of the day, and while experimenting withand
,mong the ,atives, he acsidlentally mad the
disacovery that coNntM I'TION can he poe4tive
ly and pe.rauntly cUraKe. Dulring the ty
yeoar4 of his sojourn there, he dlevota his
time to the treatment of Lung Disea-ea and
upon his retirement he left with us nloks
and papers contaming full particulars, *s-.
ing that every one can be his own ha ila
;rod prepare his own miedinnet, and sime in
formation as we have received we now r
to the public without price, only aktatat
each remit a three-cent stamp for pote.
Address CRADDOCK & CO., 103. I2 0 ,
VETERINARY Murgeoma all over the
country are recommending Sheridan'sa
airy Condition Powders for the followiag
trouble in horse.:-Lo s of appetite, resgh
nea of the hair,'toppeae of bowels ormatw,
thick water, coughs nod colde, *we.ll*g .
the glands, worms, herr all, thick wind, -at
A FaitI;s, of ou,'e who is chicf clerk is the
(;overnmental Dispensary. mays that no ai
icine chest is now complete w-ithouet Johneas a
Anodvne Liniment. We always auppelsd
it was prescrilhl 1,y law; if it is not, it oqb
to bh, f,r certainly there is nothing in Me
whole materia meuedca of no much importaee
to the soldier anl thn sailor as Johbna'a
V kr.TABLE Pulmonary Balsam. the gp~
New E;: gland cure for coughs, colds and ea
sumption. Cutler, Bros. & Co., Boston, 91ly
A POSITIVE CURE FOR RHEUMtATIl
Durang ie Rheumatic Remedy. Send forehea
a r to Hlel phenstine & Bently,Waahington,D.C
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW.
Flour ................$C, o (- 8R 0
Wheat ............... 1 10 ( 1 1U 4
Corn ................. 52 5
4elata-................. -) (g
Lard ................- 12) ( 18
Bacon-Clear Hieles..... 9 -
Hay-Besn...........1. 5i 00 @ 1700
Whisky--Common .... I 00 ( 116
Roberteson County. 1 75 (4 3 00
Bourbon ......... 5 00 () 5 0
Lincoln County... 1 76 (4 8 00
Highwines........... 1 13 (4 110
Cotton--()rdinary..... 10 O 1)
GoodOrdinary.... 10? ( 101
Low Middling.... 11 (4 11
Seede-Clover ......... - 8 C 0 950
German Millet.... 60 () 65
Micssouri Millet... 1 75 ( 2 00
Hungarian ....... I 75 i 2 00
tBuckwheat7 1buh 1 75 2 00
Cattle-Good to extra , 50 a , 00
Medium butchers.. :: O0 a 76
Common.......... "2 5t a ( 90
Hogs--.elezted 7..... 5 a 5 90
Fair toood ... . 5 5 a 5 70
hleep -(; oodl to
choice ... 1;44 a 550
Common te fair . 3 4O a 4 00
Flour..............s $ 525 ( 8 75
Wheat-RedandAmb r 1 40 4 1 48
Corn-macked....... 42 42
Oats- ................ 41 ( 42
Hay-Timothy ...... 9 )00 10 00
Pork-Mess ...- 15 00 1 1. 50
*Lrd ................ 12 131
Bacon-Clear sides... 19 @ 10)
Wool ................ 8
Potatoea--lrish, ° bbl 160 ( 166
ICotton-Middling.... 104 ( 11
Ordinary ...... . ..9
NEW ORLEA .
Flour ............... $5 ( j
Cor ................ 4'O D,
Oats ................ 48 (a 0
Hay ................ 17 00 0a
Pork................ 1550 ()
Whisk ............. 1 o,5 O 11
Cotton .............. 10 @ 104
WheatI ' A. Idtl ra I 4
T1E III*n TAIT tUeIAVNTION.
Of all loatsoime diseases Catarrb stands
pre-eminent. It tenders its victim as die.
gnprtig to himlt f as to others. And the
most humiliatinl of all Is the consciousness
that his ,presenee I o~enaive to those round
him. If any disease deserves the name of
iunversal, it is this. Dietetic errors and the
f"llies which Vashion imposes upon us tend
to foster and disseminate it. To the pitiful
cry of its victims, is there any cure for Ca.
tarrh? there las but one answer oonslstent
with Chrlstian reason. God has never sent
one evil Into the vorld for which he has not
sent the remedy. For the greatest of all
asritunal and moral evils, the (Great Phy
sl lan has preseriled a potent and never-fal
ing remedy. He has given explicit roules for
the treatment and preservatIon of the spirit
ual and nmoral man, but He is silent in all
atters relating to the phytsial man. It
would be an unwarrantable detraction from
Ills beneficent character to suppose that lie
has afflicted the greater portion of humanity
with an incurable disease. The day of
pltes is post. The olod of Christianity is
a od, of Love, of Mercy, His messe is
"good will to men." The earth and all con
wained therein was Intended by the great
Designer to supply man's wanot; and sirely
he has no greater wants than remedies for
his infrmitlea. Relence is rapidly proving
that the earth is fitted to supply man a utter
most need. New medicinal plnts are con
stantly being discovered and new properties
developed front those already known. for
Catarrh, the most potent remedy yet dliscov.
ered is Dr. Mage's Catarrh Remedy. Its efti.
cary has been tested in many thousand cases
with nniform success. ('aes that had been
repeatedly pronounced incurable, readily
yielded to It. in oefiermed, or oebtilate
cases Dr. Pierce's Golden Mediedl Discovery
phsulid be taken in connection with the ore
of the (atarrh Remedy. 'ull particulars in
Picerre's Memorandumn Books. They are
riven away lay dringgists.
RHEtl.'A ItM cured atonceby I urang'a
Rlheumalic Remedy. 8end for circular to
Helphenstine & Baenly, Washington, D. C.
Th- att.ntion of Atv.rtient i I, atlhd to our las.t
.f W.kisl Newspapers.
Send for (;a.tablue.
C'UTSl AND ILYAE IOTYIPEI.
No extrachsrgeforersts.trUdinerke. nna.nsi di.
pll) ,ras : .crai-ament ivertsts s1romae two ra mute
a tlnlani.; ","fv tr.l-'a..er a , caste :sre resaireal for tiha
whusl nnnohwr of No'w.epaurn. ('Cluts ,luld nt ia
Iover tw . and one-eighth ila'h"s in width.
Advertiselments are. in all case,. sent tmai f fther
papes on th the say they are recelved. asi appear in
the Iellowoing laHesI withou,.t melaly.
IMAACTIE oF TiE PAPIRS.
Theb n lewspaprs nre ,atfhe Letter ela,-; the ,luastv
.,f ,rwrfurnlhha d tlhem is lnt Iightllr prier thIb the?
utsesd Iy olthr rncerne; they are hIetter edited bt
t higher priod men. hav'sIt greeter experience.
Their sggr'gat* and average rirrult tion in Ilrge*r.
AN INNT EMSFATU STATEMENT.
To.. stnd an advertislng order to I.Iaa nwrspapr.
would retllrea an invsetument of t84l for ¶,sta.e;
r stationery would cort nearly se much. the labor of
Saddrleslusin I.Iae0 rnvelp. i arleidershbl : to write
I.Sao ordlsr would te a Igreat task : to print thens
wonul c.,st .omrthin o. ur prce for a live line s.
, vrtlesent in the whole I,IO paiprr. one week, to
,I.se or we. leaes than the pontegi.
NOTICES IN NEWS CWLUN2a.
Tolsave an advertisemant sot up in the form of
resdina melter.and tlaerted in the news columuse of
o"wsrDperre isa very rflaient maoir of altdrlising.
Three liet of newspapers offer advantates In this re
Sper t which noother .:ewsepper or list of snewspa
pers poses.. Manufatrrers snd merchatas dseir.
ing o publish a description of their wares of estah
phnuta will find t hil pin a 'ry serviceasble. b
puttlllhingae rirof tbrierf noties ther ran men
make t he merits of their ,rodi familiar to the p'r,
t ,,of tlh regloin. il which these pper'e are punb
I Thotircutltion given arr from the ttseri' an
N*wpap: r Dirsctorar tar 7t., anol is hssnrre.S of
S e a .rn t,,. .maUll For indtance, the C'hicaEo Led
aoar. whrc: laps ark .s 4,p M circulation. actlrlly
itue1s MO" ieHkly.
This is toele only li. ,t aI "-operative New•sapers
e which ha eter ethstite dt headvetiser theeiraa.
elation of the meparate papers ad rtan thisl list the sr
t,5 l .rhar'ter ofsclh..pr. whether ,the bweet or thi
Sonly paer in a pla:"., as plairiv iadicatcd sn evmry
vie. .renl far t'ataloges.
S( If the raiers raLs It. lIssnad il tis." atla:e (, f R.,.t .t
F'ostr, 41e Park orw. Nrew Yrk. A prtial file. to
4 ethwr with sanples tf all. nmsy I.e fsnd at ae3
SWort-ih Strt.t, Nw Yerk ; 114 Monrtae Irtt-t, C'hi.
es'rn. 111.: 33 Eser Water rset-. Milwe:nker. is.;
I , nl.ehs" Street. 't I'ntI. lMnn.; 4na Rac
0trmt. Ca:ncinnati, ii.; 537 erosd Street. IMemphis,
. For i'ataloe addres.
BEALS. & FOSTER,
41 park B·eo, NEW 1IOK.
I Wrl orld of . lems o EagiMsl Seam.
Wrs-eitle o Gems. dem oIt Sleottsi h Mog.b
ShoweerofPearls. Gems of ermam Useg.
Opesaile UPaels. Gem, of Sos-rred Neug.
vllver Wroathe. .ere's lArsh Meolemes.
o ih " t" .' e.n ite"baee10 t nuir siCze. aIst
collacttin , o r to sll , tllet ; Pintan or (t-*
maes of tlnram. dema of the Dmese.
Plnateoot's Albuam. Plaoemse lema.
nme ('irels-, Vr.l. . em Ci~as loesl.
Orm a at meme. Pls all Ikmea.
StiRed Organ Muoi*'.) Pianuo Duta. )
Quite *ttualalsl I o ,unt oldn,* o ftheet MPtslc
'at~r Pt.alo ssr ttrtaso with ;sa a.. ??,,) pagee..
titis.d Witla .5asptionsllb~iy gd pi'oes,
Priee of the above BIeks eawh 8n, Is
I3ersdm; w.ee s elIotht s.Me gals.
FraO)L 5 W155 55., a. . ow. oW ~k *.
Whils ,restt~ill ,.V a . 0hiuina s iver. l , ,t--.
kither book mailed, peat tree, lo etall Frtce.
OLIVIER DITSON £ CO. Eosten.
c. u. m ass..r C. . .. Dsamim d c.,
S711 Brosadwar, Suoccessor to Lea A Walker.
New York. Phbila.
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t iS'S13T A FL,," "
V. B. fThar. Msafactan-ing Jewoer *Jober i .
kWa be. SewolPy. (-oeeks of a
id.s. aeo.n se ttled e.as . aT Lgsold ris
I ,3 1 o k D n Im. mnoan
15 to.u; rta to wear f yta . GOods eat
O, seitction. Adjustinl of all awed.. ofrwatrbes. Old
ort.l a sl.er te.re in trade. 5 Itr 5or
tlollo0laru. V.UTlWdT sla o
s-c,. amo See..d 85t-r. n emphts ams..
I(N|I., four r-erybl. National ytatr Lot
Ltry. Atltorhed a bc st of Letlature s.f W.
aanslislr. taI,-s. SO.aHe -',thssa every sasonth.
sarsasheots- initree. Ticktets St six tfre.'. Tis'k·e._
at lat sOVO •O who wtll tctutaegt to be sIis ar when
I, ll!. It. lilteral pay. No risktsnan.f irCsler free.
5 Iar T'ckLt'. 5'ircula lidst informatfisas. addres
! a cvg ocl H-ttch'a Uaiveml Cough BKyrut for
Iboult threeyears. I keep .11 roulh lesasdie. that
to I see whohave Isen Cowed of th, Osllt sre4
ataln --UL IIII
Pas. a Bl tiie Phys.i iln " ils us eqll as a llood I
porliter. Ilerainl tof Its nay w tnderful cares. after
sill other rmednies. hid failed, I viftedl the Lathers.
trry and ronvlnrr myself of its senatn merit. It
in preparel from harks. roots and herh, each of
which Ia highly e*Wrtire, and they are rompoended
In such a manner en to pro4ne satolehlng rem r lts."
le tLe (trimt BImnd Purlin.t
Well dcere the worst rase of 4rrofala.
In recommen, edwl l Phynle ias and spothlearie..
line elerteld some e marelos ruree ir n Inrawne of; -
Cures lIe worst ll ae t (l of s ikr.
Ml'et nl ilSi h nd. rful nrces. In Mercurial dleassra.
Will erdi la * t Salt Ihrumen from the ~lf*in.
Murnee rthe mopt aiesnd Itemrns l Irp (lIe s.
isamersi t implie and I flmel ree l ol Irhm t ft ,
Isn rne n olipesfel s renie ny f tr fem ehe . .
tilL e ur tI ahLpnlthr rlttslen.
(ldr te I ine In lt beie...
Ituremuas the in e. of ierren .
Rellaos e hentsraen at thli ane Ittt h.
Cat es r aisin * IIll the Baick.
s In efforti-r in its unre of Fenale Waskoes.
Is the great remedy for General mlbilityv.
Prepared by H. R. Steen, Balon, lass.
Vegotine il Sold by all Druggists.
DR. WARNER'S lfELTE CrISET.
With ihirt Bupptei,r amd
SeasresHraLTr anod I omslVoee:
BoQd,wie rit iflac ld sCaver oe
e'rm. Ih Irr fteilesen'i it one.
tppriwe. eeo sit lyceýranee.
4pl rmrl ,r il WI.ATi) D.
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" .e **ei,, il ?5. To Ages.p at
"5 ~~ eil ent. Ooder .le7 two
IIsec' aInler hlieu ptlien.g -
e ut** i vr the Ar*s.
IK Wares PM 76. VLL twaq..Y.
laveo tios at d i t, r ,,,- "d
most T'en irm and
Re;it . irl.,',. .nt
Tr hd' . -' s u.
sILENT SEWIXNG MACHINIE.
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WilIcox & Gihb.s S. 1. Co.,
J.ESTUY & 00.
Cri8nd for Iligli tal C etgu
irone /mdhr al d
ei-kLly. It *o'etaiis the Ine,,,. tllest sad meet
imti.rtl Cnt inell tmem ll arts @1 the wattel. -
Ino ei eapectally dentued to Ie aiteiss,,t, the
de"pndeit. th ersnt or a e mlu3. thn nlve ·r a
plrty, it dial.n esty in truth. nl de et ftar to
pDrcent it. Th WIEKLY EDITIO-. coatailli
ateslnrl -fr matte In ?. is mien to Iii e
i D/llll for miel s ctpl eee: to Cl·s of Ir veat
S1.75; t, rll of tel st i.t,. Pta free i. aI
c-ee. It in a .Ilornsl for the rner/.lt tbh tlt
aind the man.factnrer. en *elln tr the dometic
tirulitde. Price of DIALY per a·nem. 00. dpscial
tetnl to clult. .dand l re- esie N ew.e.
i liien. pile ll. S Teen.
Ii bg a I clarC -
br menilt jies aid eegsIeI. "lit5. li
M-EiREN UTLERY CO.
Receved e HICHIEST CENTENNIAL PRIZE.
YC.TO ,1 .. rat R OT mn
flft b. ofJIa, a"
$ 25 A£lrlu' N in tI Mml1p.r."r
S20 t2q X ',aVSyjtm*Fr:
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g wl wL Inor own sewa. Teri. sad eoate"
fr,,. H. A LLETT A COR. Iortlad. Hlai_.
tI0Updrtl/sra, Im nI. Arr (rUPCTI· o.Peaild Maine
$5 tO $20 r' No C. ! W#.* e: mu. ,
frL . _ , ,I . I W T1 , N/, adu.len, ld
SEVOLVE1mt rIIs "x:". 2. ;.:
litaiknse and paI kage rvhot'. iGarden o'r F'lw.r
S a ft.. ar .t m., . r.- r.es.('Itch.. It. i
P llim dr! k urn t hrt I.. n. A1r Pl" p1.1
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63 fCXN. 'A (atven biIeo. rinpte
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n.T ela." llt mtade with ,ar if-st o
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S . N.A rth nriWttL frd. I Ve,.Itonea. N. V
A YA is r W hANTrE.-. Twenitf nil Mnhrtel
4Ihrn us fitr l. ?f , iIb mtagl. prlatald. A· .
t,+,flm". tal l'hroMn C,,. 11 MdMun f , bnw t ork
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Le$2ph. WA TOs fsM&... ! .w.
S" iN T .wd u0*1. GAI froma I."
lllr J mr t oalmohF,k G, u lams f CorLrc tIr.
1 c1lvi lIdraft prrtR atw' no aura or. -Ith
$60ý0ºWý A Tearand Ipsrwh toIn d Alt st.
$WO ermsoewata daHola waves apIneaere
liglllltee ni llp1net btei. . Plrtirnllre Irv..
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in ter rl 'r n ,s ~ontr . Ik, adfar r.brrnl xrl ri '.
Ictt onJb,. T. "rv.. I .rnond!f ,. i ,, ... -nrl u. P.
O Mad rslelho C OT tediy prCLLt
pIre% ares per day .mrnsm
M ei i l -H as Fres ver bo . N.. ('Tprld l. c a wu
Preni, g PIT.e lG . In eIta ePrep. l0l .41.
Tsl,, A nirirt helrl A *·.lf nk. r ti" heet
'or I e rl t at e. end rest 1.n for Ca sl.a ," t,,
.. ItV . W ai.t . 7tCrl.hll It..Rho t,,s. Mr..
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hUEa Prediabhe luetuam. A4.
droveeawtthtam! Iu. 0. Wu uau & Co., Lock 11ea
, Pulttekrgh, hP.
WAU1B EKS to· ie totoelan dtll toU lkeIi. -o
if f /Ld new nuahall$. rlvl clh'mtly.e aa
e1.) geods. No Foatddi . salary ke al.,
bs noe peanrsent. lIntel * ltarrl' rozpep
laid. loier ln COl o . 64 Main tt.., CtniR atl. O .
I "1O0. RUWARD. $SO1.
un trOt h C aeely eeal we t a er). hr.
Sa il oIaws IOr. rs ks bye m. I.
f et nst a eareal. e, oe th as o , -.-,s..
rA. LIlP . A( t. PWrltl. It..
Aj "Enstaation of Capital." New
moto ofopnr~una Ius lsltr k.lom Imr.
to se1. ws pc.aoagse. Freas
g *AIT v .aiarT n IG. V. "
•t yoT rireallr l t ]rlpl. r.
"ttO T (7w . Arnk«..U r b. 2..P.O. b 2 N.Y
S -,-'Ihe cholcet. In ti l world-- llporters'
IENaprice-- Laget Compeny In Amotr(c -
staple arti le- pleas ovry body-Trnd.icou l suallu
iareainmlclr--g.tntl wanted evirywber e--h lon t I
irl.ntmoate--dson' water tir--rsod Lor (atrculetr Pn
Muocza W Lt.. 4,1 Yeeny St., . . .. 0. IB- o. It7.
COTTON ! COTTON
PF.Aut",e Sl.n.-- Uc('srly*. C 'elebrol J'-a
Prilitc Cotton oe'd prLtly iamprsrT l' a,lld at
reduced prle TI For Tpya rilba addee,
'.. N A*R.lL t. is'a1e6s. l !Mi.
IOR auI COAPSIO0 AMOR FLOI . GLANE
IMN a Mml.M tA D W o i. i 1OD sus
SAN.. i.4anI Igt Io oftT ThT DIt I
AITIID . IFlII C etN FII C
ActNT. O l.PARTICrworks All Ai i.
Te eebluii th for toeeo "meren n ncr thingI
1ts r ' lll . Term. en rte. Adi,.e
a Ca ;. kIrC .A %, Warren tet aw Yoyt.
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fan tpiht eit ot mame. :mo pan orama. i
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mAzAriNL E BL.E GLASS.
Irio r . It t perp trs ilt alrle g lb. grswl.
ef ,anml and ve ,tal l i hf- em wEita el lit
p el ill, by llerl Pleaeatuon end his rl r + l cl, m
elsei'l ob liii diree. ionfor l e anit d arh gr. lt
or sal. hm, nLe aul nd trle k. ,rr
.ler #15' IIa.EUANIW IN UO lghi
nc141 !et)il. Oall e Pl sys l~iI·d Its".
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Mollin iOE ItAIIgrIh oll e lA a AOOeN.
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