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? Jamaica (linger f at hand and il V a dose in J V time / has saved thousands of people from thousands of "sick-spells." This preparation is no secret. It is to-day xvhat it was 75 years ago?the best preparation of Kin ger it is 'possible for mau to uake. It is made by the FRED BROWN CO., PIMIpMi. r Ask for It At your druggists. Remember | the rule?A bottle ut hamt ami a tlouo ' in time. " I REAL ESTATE. BONDS JOR SALE. I - We have a few rare jrood C per rent bonds, secured by llrat mortice on business property, In this city, principal and Interest payable In pold. We can recommend them as the best bonds that have been offered in tills city for years. Perfect in every detail. SMITH & DICKINSON. " KM'IJAKOB HANK UUIMJ1MJ. FOR S ALE. Very cheap, one of the finest. In Park ! View, hotim\ i room* atiu nun, naruwuon & finish, with one aero of land tn name. fi'.Suu. House, ? rooms and hall. Market street. Centre \\ heeling, cheap, H.rw. Splendid tiijR. site t*r dwelling, ICth st. t? blend Id t>?dg. site for dwelling, 14th sL 3louse, 4 rooms. Hth at.. f 1.100. House. $ rooms and hall, with all modern Improvements. Chaplin? st, Centre i Wheeling. 15,500. House. 7 rooms and hall. 16th st. <2.700. House. 5 rooms. ISth ?t.. II. WO. House, 3 rooms, in Belvedere add., 5S50. House. 14 rooms and store room, Main at., near 21st at.. lot UxtS ft. I3.fiw. House. 7 rooms, hal and large lot 14th st. H.UjC. House. 7 rooms and S-roomed house In rear: lot 30xi2u ft. ISth st, |3.Qu>. House. 7 rooms, brick, with hall. Jacob at. Centre Wheeling; cheap. 8. SCO. House, S rooms, brick. Eoff st. tth ward, 12.800. ^House. 7 rooms, N. Market st; cheapt S lots on Llnd ft. Belvedere. ?25 each. House. l rooms, Wilson St., Centrs Wheeling; easy terms. SS50. ' Hous", 4 rooms and attic, Jacob tt. 6th ! Ward. $1,1 jQ. House. 14 rooms, brick. 15th st. SX.600. Hotel. J? rooms. Martin's Ferry, O., cheap, on easy terms. House. S rooms and 8-roomed house In tear. Market St.. bet. 7th and 8th sts.. $4800. House. S rooms snd hsll, bsth and both pases, Jacob st.. bet. 15th and 16th. $5,500. Busincs property on Market at. at mod rote prtre. S2u>. f??. 1500. 000. 92,000 and S2.500 to loan on real estate. House, four room and storeroom. North Main street. Cheap, on easy terms, ?.900. c rnAmi with lnrro lot. at Edfflnrfon Lane, fl.W). NESBITT & DEVINE, TeL 60. 1723 Market Street. mylg FOE;BENT. A Month. No. 235 Main street. 8 rootnn, both Kasex SK 00 No. S37 Main xtreot, saloon with bar fixtures ami four roomB, both i na*< :i 20 00 No, Zfrrt Main street 9 00 ,N'o. n't Fourteenth street 25 0v [/' ' So. 221" Main street 15 00 ?-roomed Uouaa in rear at No. I2u Fourteenth ntreot 8 00 No. 51 Eighteenth street 13 W No. 39 Seventeenth ntre?t, J room*.... 7 57 No. 1-19 MrColloch nireet, 2 rooms.... 5 <*0 No. L'5W Mailt street, 2 rooms 5 WJ No. 1025 MeColloch street S1G 00 No. 121? Alley II 7 00 No. 51 South York street *> 00 No. 63 South York street 18 00 So. 5)0 Alley JJ, 5 rooms 9 00 No. 147 Fourt?'POth street. Doui pases. hot wntfr ana oatn 20 00 No. 2002 Main street. 3 rooms 6 w No. XI Sixteenth atreet, store room.... 20 00 t No. 10J Thirty-third street, store room rt to Four-roomed hounps Creacent Place.. 7 00 Twelve-roomed residence. X*4 acres ground, r.<SatnKton'a Lane ?? No. 80S Alli-y O 8 ? 2 rooms rear of MI*?lon Sunday school, RlirhtMnth street It Off Three, roor.ia, Pleasant Valley 6 00 FOR 8ALK. No. ?2 Zan<? street, atom room and dw Clllltff. Kcfdaonce Fifteenth ?trcot. 11,000. }t(.-ldonce Fifteenth stroet, INC. J-'J? aiain iHrrct, i.iw. No. 4-- a tui <22H Market atreet No. W Seventeenth street, ? room* botb gsaes. No. CSIf* Main street. flixtienth atreat r??*ldenee. J A 500. No*. 4r.2 ami 4S4 National road. Counterw end aheJvjn*. No. 101 Thirtythlrd ! No. V2 Sixteenth street T?t on South Front utraet. Six-roonxd house. peninsula. JAMES A. HENRY, Real Hstat" Agent, Collector, Notary Pub* lie and Pension Attorney, No. lGli Mar* __kct street. myO_ HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE A very dexIrabU* renldence and bunlneM property, corner Mam and Tenth streets. No. 61 Fifteenth atreet, 7 rooma, brick. No. lui Sixteenth atreet, lot 20x12j font. A line rcNldcnce In l'|f>aitanL Valley. NO*, ianu IK OHVcnirrnin hudoi. No. 8 Kentucky i roomn. 7 storeroom* and 2 dwelling* r?ntlnc for TIM 00 per month, corner Markot and Twentieth *trootii, pay* 12 per cent. No. 9 Kentucky ntnnt. lot 30x1*0 feet. A rcftldence on vlrRlnlu street. All modern ronvMilenc: price low. No. 2212 Chupllne street, largo brick building. No. ?" lpfli street, 7 room* and rtable. No. 1W 17th streot, r. room* and HtuUie, I-ot corner Main and Blxteenth *treiu No. i.i M'h streot. 7 room* and bath. No. 160? Chiipllue atreet. 7 rooms No. W2 C'bopJJne strcnt, D roornn. Lot on Mnin H?.. between 22d and 23d Sts. 2 loti' on North Wabash streot. No. M Koiifh flioadwuy, residence of J. E. Hughe*. E*q. Lot l^.xisn North York rtrrpt. I.ot No L*> Indiana Ht., 7 rooms, modern. No. 27 N. Wnbash Ht.. f. rnnmn, Cheap. A flfif lot In Valley. No. 1.1 Wrniunt street, 4 rooms; lot 25x10# fe*t. I! ' Tha JSloch property on North Main fft RINEHAf?F & TATUM1 The City Dank nulIdlnS' Telephone imp. 3 BRASS BAND jOWrumrnt., |)r>iin?. F'lllpI tn?n1<'f'trH??iiU?n?1 l>nm'''iri>?. IrfiwJft #tpfi<T?<?rrKino (utility, *o ' W- imitli'lfrrf, ll/rlvm |'.f nrt / / '*f, Muni'* A Invlffirt'im fnr Anr>'< 'i%ni!?. JI \ M OS \ UKM.X, 1 ? "l. rnriW-m-dfcw-rnw / Artificial I.lmb Mr*. <?. Maiiutaeltirr* thn lint gi?Mi* mi IJ??* >,4 i i .urket. IMnU?;rtuitc*,HuppQrt?rt, f .'rnl< line Ate, AI?"ft|'|>IUnr?A fnrcorrt^tlnjjilftKSSiA'rii'WHS?'1 "Wft Unrli-U4w? MONGREL TARIFF. ri... itrit / ? t iv.!.. ?i i in- iisuii uorniaii .\ii.ur me Cause of Industrial Woes. EFFORTS' 01 FREE SILVERITES To Nike tflo Currriit')' Ilia Main la?n?Without Kirnnr-Wlif (ii? Ilcimlrctl* of Million* of Uollnrs kit Xot In <?lrcnln (lo>?-The |V?i| in which lite St\l lie pultfltau AiliuluUd atoii will Hu llc the Pttbllc. The following from tl?.> pen of Hon. W. 11. Mooiv, is commtjmltfd to tho cawful (vailing of overy wuiw-worktr utul biiMlnoHs i?an: Nothing Ih more noticeable thun the pQWliitency of the free silver Democratic editors throughout. the country, to wtkm the money question to tho front, to the almost co?np)et?> ignoring j of the tariff question, and to read the dally editorial* of these and the wildeyed Populist*, one might conclude that tho country woa absolutely suffer| lag: under a dearth of currency i whose quantities and qualities were not only Insufficient in amount to transact the ImslnfSH of the country, hut of that fluctuating and trifling sort which goes beaming:, nt large discounts, over every bank counter and broker's oMcc In the land. Is there really any Just or excusable ground for this state of alYaira? T.<t us wriously and calmly answer them? suggestion!). While I write, there lies before mo tho monthly olilelui statement of April 1, showing a circulation on that date, in round numbers. qf gold coin i 415,912,000 of htatidurd silver dollars.. 54,7!CWW of subsidiary silver 62,97Q,i\H) nf vnt.t MfHilPnfHii 41'JMJMM) of Rllvr cortlflcutcH M7.032.0W of iniMiiry notes Kfl.TSUW of l'nite<l StntPH not?M 232,2SS,?HK) of currency oertlllcutes 3Mr?9,t)w of nutlonul bunk note* ZH,2u5,(?W Making a crant) total of..$l,&2s,c:M.'.i < *? J Each and every dollur of which reprej sents IW cents In gold. I It will thus be noticed that while there Is to-day, In the treasury, U71,4s?7,000 jillver dollars, there Is in circulation ' (as above) only fift,000,600. The careful reader will note thin r<?murkal>l>> disparity between the number of silver dollars In th?? treasury ond the number In actual circulation; and. If honettt with himself, will stoo long enoujrh tf> Inquire Into the reasons therefor. And yet we hear dally the pleadings from the Populists for "the free and unlimited coinage of sliver at 16 to l;" and they tell us thut they want silver "restored" to Its happy condition of and before 1S73. They will not tell their readers thut during the whole eighty y?Hirs of the existence of our government up to 187S there had been coined only nl)out 8,000,000 silver dollars. und that since 1K7.'? the re has been coined more than 400,000,000. They are careful to conceal, as far as tb-y can. nun cii/um-ni ...v. r.. .... wildly and vocltowusly for "bi-metalism," and yet fail to toll you that Hlnee 1S73 lf? the only time that this country ha* ever really hud blmetallsm In Its practical, every day experience. If 50-cent silver dollars are the great blessing that the "unlimited" silver advocate# claim, why do they not put into circulation the 370 millions that ore now and have long been lying unused In Lh^ treasury vaults In Washington, notwithstanding the eloquent fact that thft secretory of the treasury has had a standing proposition to express, free of charge. to any part of the United States. whatever amount that may !> nsked for. if G2 millions out of 420 millions silver dollars or About one-seventh, Is the largest amount thnt thp government has ever l>e?'n able to beg th<* people to take, why can there be any sound, practical business reason to pile up in th?? treasifry, with the alteady redundant three hundred and sixty mlllons. a further ' unlimited" sum, asked for by Impractical men. who surely do not stop to consider the Illogical and lnedef*nsible position that they have taken? And why does any honest, debt-pay inn man. ?t?peclally In th* Houthern states, want the Rovorament to buy from the silver states n metal worth ?2 cents ami hflVo It stamped ion cents? Why, especially, should southern cotton RTowcrs be willing to plve one dollar for sixty-two c^nts worth of Atlvrr unlos they run get also one dollar for sixty-two cents worth of their cotton? Mississippi urows cotton, while Nevada irrows silver. Is there any sound reason why th?? former should not ask th?i povrrnment of the I'nlted Statin to buy their cotton on tho same relative basis of rrnI value that they would pay to NVvnda for silver bars? Is lhen? any sacred preference to be shown to Nevada over and above Mississippi simply because the former produces raw silver while th* latt r produces raw cotton? Hoth products are mere merchantable commodities: and sliver is no more ( ? be worshipped because It may bo by law. converted Into a circulating medlnm An<1 v??t I ho "nounrl monev" turn would not discredit sllvrr to tft? <'xt?*nt of It* lusue In any llmrt?-.| amount tlmt can be k-jit nt a (unity nltray* with gold. Why are our 430 million* ullvr dob lars not n rwllly pa*nod nt par, while thf pi Ivor dollar* of Mexico. containing much more silver than bun*, ran Ik- ? *rhanffed for our? nt two tr> one? It tn fur the nole ivM.H<>n that our? are at option red*#mabl.? by our government in gold whll" th?? M?'Xlouu dollar** ure n >t uITTITTu" ms Lip UUI1G. M. M. Nicholson, who Uvea at the corner of Curran and Anderson Sts., Atlanta, Oa., had a canccr for years. It first appeared on bii lip and resembled a (ever blister, but spread rapidly nnd soon began to destroy the flesh. His father nnd uncle had died from Canccr, and he sought the best medical aid in different cities, but it seemed impossible to check the disease. Several operations were performed but the canccr always returned. This continued for year* uutil the partition in his nose nnd his entire up^?32^ per lip were eaten away. All treat # incut having proveu futile, ho looked upon death as the commended S.S.S.'J a few hottlen afforded fiooie relief; thin encouraged I continued it, and fore the progress oI the disease seemed chocked. I persevered in its use, ami remarkable an it may seem, I am completely cured, and feel Ifkc I have hew life, S.S.S. is the most remarkable remedy in the world, ami every out* will nj'rcc that the eure wan a wonderful one." A Real Blood Remedy. Cancer is in the Mood and it is folly to cxpeet an operation to cure it. S.S.S. (guaranteedpurely vegetable).!* a real remedy for every disease of the blood. Kookti niniled iffe ^gv free; address H.^1 Swift Specific % ^ Co., Atlanta, redeemable* but stand Mlippjy. on their intrinsic viilih'. Now. tli- n ,?j,y ' practical bu.thif.HS man inili.'t if wo had n luw making silver dollars 1 colnnblc In "unlmlloil" fjuftntitlv-i. it could If kept pernmnonly at i r with jrold? Jno, Smith may bo quit" r,Nod ami a I) I to pay ii dt bt of ton thousand dollars, villi-' John Antor irmy ' > 1 "1 for ton millions?each lint* a limit. And vi:n so KVoat 11 K^v'-rnib'-nt on lie('lilted St;it? ! Iiuk a limit to !(; capacity and cf-dlt; and could never nope to ro deem an "unlimited" contract to coin Into dullittc; the Hllv.-r ?>f the entire world, which wuuld Inevitably <vek our mints, Hhould we foolishly p:u?s tin' law asked for by the wild ami wooJy J'opullsta. The common s- nt" of nil shrewd buflhresN men renders it unneccHWiry f<?r me to enlaw ujkmi thl thought, which writ* with it lis own nnunHworabh* KuiindlicsH. Why J.i Jt that no more sliver is now or eon Ix* trot into circulation? II Is a purely practical question, and i? ing a practical 'business man, I will give you a practical answer: The experience ??f the post shows, that with 563,000,000 subsidiary silver money now in circulation, making in all about $120,000,000 in silver, the practical retail needs of the country do not require any larger sum. And silver being wholly unsulted to the demands of the wholesale trade is, therefore, limited or circumscribed in Its circulation. Why,- you nsk,?Is It unsulted to the wholesale trade of the country? Let me give you the practical actual working. In order that you may see for yourself. The wholesale merchant, at any one of the large southern commercial cenI troK Is culled upon by the country retailer in the cotton picking season, to ! send him (to illustrate) say 100 dollars in silver, to pay the pickers at the end of the w-'ek for their work. (No money . mo pleafwH this class of laborers as sllI ver.) After they shall have bwn paid off, It is but a very short time before the sume silver bus bene returned by fh.>m f?? 1 in. rnuntrv mnrnhfljit In nav j men I for supplies ulnady furnished to his "hands." And, having i#r!ormci] lit* Hint function, is now, by the r. taller, put Into a lit tic hag and sent bacJc to the city by express to pay the wholesaler the debt due hhn from the country retailer. The same mall that carries thin remittance, may, perhaps, carry also, to the city wholesaler, nine other bags of silver dollars containing each $100. Thus it will bo seen that the wholesaler may receive the same day $1,000 in silver coin, weighing; I" the aggregate, about TO pounds. What next? At :! o'clock the wholesaler Bends to his bank to delimit bis cusli receipts of the day, umong which In this I .two silver dollars, t>K? heavy to be carried by the clerk, and therefore tn bo hauled be u dray, driven by a docile negro, and drawn by a stolid mule. The actual HXperlcnce thus above described, may be also many times repeated by tiie hundreds of other wholesalers similarly situated. I (III Will UlUt* IIMIl Vlic iMiin, .11 nlghl. finds Itself burdened mid embarrassed with deposits of silver lor which It has ho demand: for. lw It re* menibered. that no matter how tunny depositors may have given It silver, none of them will, on the morrow, chock for any of It In return; iind because, after a few weeks of this continued prows?, it finds its vaultM full of silver which Its customers will not take, It 1* compelled, In self defense, to hire the express company, nt large expense, to cart It back t<> the treasury nt Washington and usk for its exchange in paper money. Now, this is the precise practical working of the silver currency, ami this is the reason why mor*- of It cannot be put Into the channel? of trade. Suppose that my "trei* sliver" reader wants to take a trip to New York, will he .supply himself with heavy sllwr dollars to welirh down his Dockets? Oh, no. lie may ask, perbops, for as much as ton dollars in silver, but he will bo careful to provide only our good and more convenient par paper dollars to pay his travelling xj*nB??tt. The*e very brief and Imperfect Illustration* are enough to show conclusively why "unlimited" silver coinage Is both unwise and Impracticable In our business affairs. It will l>e observed that 1 treat the question not from theoretic, but from an every day, common sense, purely praotlcai standpoint. If. then, this crude statement of the question. be accepted by the reader as correct, what Is the legitimate doductlonV It Is that th?- material troubles that now a fillet. and have f?>r the past thnv years afflicted the country*, have not arisen b<-cause nt any currency unsoundness or scarcity; but solely because of a want of confidence, superInduced by the entrance Into power of a political party both Incapable and dishonest. It came In with promises or the most radical character, which for nv.*n mnm than ?litl\t fii nionthil it has failed to put Into force; and then, oven after this* long delay, passed Into the form of law a tariff 1)111 which shut down the mills of the country, throw three millions of people out of employment. and wns ho arranged as to give to foreigners the manufacture of what we enn as well or better make at homo ?a law that. instead of raining a surplus revenue, r reft ted a lar^r deflolt anil compelled the government to borrow. in time of '?rofouwJ pence, more than "CO millions dollars?a law. In fnct, which Clew land himself calkd one of "perfidy and dishonor." This Is the cause, and not the currency, which has brought adversity upon every class of our people, and which we propose to end with the election, next November, of Mohlnky and a progressive Republican, wide-awake administration. For the present deficit tariff, the Republicans propose to enact ' l- 'i- .......I.. f.lll protection?one that. while bringing In r-niHieh to enslly pay current p?vi rnnu nt <*xpenf' *, nhall at thf? s imp time witlnfoctorlly protect cvnry Atwrirnn former nn?.l manufacturer In th<> i?r?Mlurt of his form and *hop: ono that will "llficouraife the Importation of all them- forHgn o<*tlc!c? thnt our peoplo run mnko homo, n.n<l that Hhall 1 po ronBtniot'-d ns to furnish, at good wnjT'v. employment for every honeht Amerlcnn laborer who In willing to earn n living by the Hwe.it of bin brow. Thin Ih the fount to which our next Republican mlmlnlntratlon will Invite the Am-t han people. There will then be no JiiHt complaint about the currwirv which the riarly of protection al wnys furnishes t>? the people?both In <pinllty nnd quantity?equal to the beat In the world. IHnrvrloiift IImiiiII'i from ii letter written by Rev. j. Oundernmn. ?>f Dlmondah. Mich., Wi: am permitted to make this extract: "I have no heidtatlon In recommendltiR Dr. Klng'n New Discovery. us (ho roan its were almost mnrvelouB In tin? ease of my wife. While I wu;< pn/vfor >>[ the ltuptlnt ehnroh at Rives Junction ?hu wiih brought doivn lvJth Pneumonia succeeding l?a Cirlppc. Terrible paroxysm k <>f coufthing vvonhl last hoinn with little Interruption and It seemed n.s if n)>o could not Hiirvlvo them. A friend recoominendod Dr. King's Now DIm overy, it was quick In Itn work nnd hlghh mil'factory In resultn." Trial bottlen free at Dogan Druu Co.'h Drug Store. Regular size fiOc nnd (I 00. 1 Mil. d. p. davis, a prominent Nvervtnan ami merchant of (lonhen, Vu., has thin ?<> t'tiy ??n Cfi. t*uhj*<"t <?f rhctimutlHin: "I talm ph'timinj In rocomniondltur ChamhorJaitiV Paia J)alm for rhoumatlmn, a." I know from pct'Hnnal oxiifrloncf' thnt Jt will do all flint In < InIitkmI for li. A y?Mir nfc<> thin ?prlnir my brother Was laid tip In 1>*mI with Inflammatory ihonrnatlum and miffon-d ini-ir'l: Th? M I'm t application of (,ha?nb',i laln'a Tain Halm ia?t-d thpain and 1 niw or one nottlo compP t?dy uwrftd Wm. l.rriiiNU Aniinnt iMrdlliif hi fllln \tli, ItnllMia. 1|nv '10 to UN, IRUtt, For tin' ahovr vie at: l<m the ll/iitlmoro fk Ohio Kail road Company will mil < *curalon May J7. -J and 'Si at nduotd round trip ruton For; detailed information apply to Uultlmoiv Ohio Uclcct affents. Uh&H. . I .. FOUR MORE DAYS Ami til? MiUtfidiol Kj?Ikoj?1 i'onfrr (iiit will Ailjvttrn. CLKVKIiANb, O., Mpy 24.?Almost the entire t^-snlon of ttio Methodist confnrvnc" .v !i,nV.iy was il. v. 1 t<> the ?].cilou of editor* for the various church periodicals. Ofhor routlM'bualnfr* J?chtdimr Hi'- adoption of a report of u committee --ti eptwoopacy. d??clarJnff the mUiUonary t>|}.hi?p, (Taylor) of the African field wn-otteottvi- and recoinincncli:o: his1 retirement. Mlsh?ip Taylors ;r<rkv -or jvJJJ he clcct.il next u.-It. The I'j.t, of tin* llnnl adjournment of the . ?nfi remv was also llxfcfl for Thursday. May ^8. r. t ^ l<a..ii ii on .ili.iiimi o/l it at* nf i;-Y. I . i,. Ol.VfcV ?? .the; Southwestern Advocate unci Dr. R W.'L. JiaihUiund, tin* displaced editor, wan ordnvd paid his salary until other work can !>< procured for him. Dr. Homer Kut-iii was elected treasurer an J Dr. Jjouls Ctfrtls, assistant treasurer of the missionary society. Di\ F. L. iv'a*lee was elected editor of the Herd, and Dr. J. V. flurry, of Detroit. n??? .'h'ctcd editor of the Hpworth Herald. Or. J. Al. Fluvkh-y prexenti'd tHe report of the committee 011 oplacopocy. The non-<fTee?lvcnes.s of Hlnhop Taylor, of Afrha. unO lils< retirement was recommended and the report was concurred In. The comjhlttee also reported In favor of missionary bishops in India, South Amcrlca and Africa, and for two hourn the question was warmly debated, hut ft <va? flmvlly d??clded to In- Inexpedient to elect other mHstonary bishops than a auccKKor to Taylor. Another long: debate resulted over an effort to elect Hlslmp Taylor's successor at once, hut It finally went over until Monday. The committer on Judiciary decided to-day tliat any general bishop may preside over any annual conference In the missionary tield. This is In answer to the declaration of Bishop Thohurn. of India, that th-y cannot. The jestlon has arisen whether it Is necessary to have two when a ronrervnc*-1 jn a slonary Held Is spill In half. Hi" commlttm Is now wresUlnR wW> the ?"" J AmonKtlic men mentioned to .itltxnm) Taylor are Kov. Dr. J. C. Harwell. of l/Milslnna: llev. Dr. A. R Z.?>nard. 01 N.-W York; nr. Il.'iiry A. Monroe (cwlorcd), of Delaware, and llev. I>r. M. c. J^. Miiton (colored), of Savannah. METHODIBT PROTESTANTS The Crurml ConfrrMie? Adjourn* Sllic Die -Cum lit It Ire ou RevUloii. KANSAS CITY. May 24.?The Quadrennial conference of the Methodist Protestant church, finished Its work at Kansas City, Kaa., yesterday after seven days' session and adjourned sine die U,L:. .Inn which WHA rno commuui- uU ichoiv.., provided for earlier in the conference. wax appointed, with president J. W. Herring. of Maryland, chairman. The other members selected were: The Revs. J. T. Murphy. Baltimore; J. T. Howell, Troy. Ala.; J. A. Thropp. Toronto, 0.; A. RI. Robertson, Pittsburgh; 17. S. Fleming, Pittsburgh, and L. Boerilng, Greenfield, Ind. This committee, during the interim before th?* next general contcr>H)c*'. will receive all suggestions for a revision of the church cr?*ed. A proposition to amalgamate with th? Primitive Methodl?t conference, a small eastern body in Rhode Island, was referred to Rev ,J. J J, Robinson. Fred Valney. and J. H. Algore, of New York, who were named as a committee to con-, fer with tin- Primitives. Resolutions condemning the Armenian outrages^ commending the efforts of our government to prevent the persecution of Christians and offering to co-opcrate In relief measures were ndept-d. GERMAN LEGISLATURES. Tlir Rrl<h?tng nml IMrt Adjourn ror inr Ho I l?l*y?. BERLIN. May 23.?The rdchstag and the diet have adjourned for the whlt;mnfide holidays. In the diet the courts reform bill will be again disccussed, since the hcrren ha use has reinstated the much discussed "assessor" paragraph after the untcrhause had rejected It. The latter. however, will again refuse to accept It. should It again come up. Regarding the relchstag. the government desires the adoption of the new ivil code before the llnal adjournment, even If the session la thereby prolonged to the summer. One of th?- first matters for discussion In the relchstag after the vacation will In- th?- question Introduced by the soclall*tx and radicals, regarding the advisability ??f thorouhgly changing the law of association, which dates frojn I88t, and Is utterly antlqunted. Herren Hebel and Auer have secured a mass of evidence showing that every political party represented In the r*(,'hutnr Inoludint? I he Conse rvat I ves. has been guilty of breaches of th- law, under th<* provisions of which tho socialist loaders were convicted on Monday. and they thus hope to force the ivhh? lug to aid In abolishing the existing Jaw. It Is generally admitted that the government made a serious blunder in prosecuting the socialist leaders for doing precisely what ail political societies have done without Interference. The "Vorwaorts" nays: "All parties must now have their eyes opened to the r.M t that It is in their own interest <o wipe out this obnoxious law." The "Vwfslrhe Kelt utig" remarks: "This trial, begun with so much tiolsi*. oils with lining the socialists 300 marks. It was^vell worth this sum to th'* socialists ( ? have the trial brought into discussion In th?* relchstag." Jif-rr iS.'hi'l'H opinion. exprc.wed after the trial, was: "While tho antl-soelali<l Jaws wt-rr in foree 1 attended a i*r< a many political trials. sometimes .... ^..,1 mimMlmcH as a wit n, j?y. Hut never In my experience hoa th- pnlitbal poll.. suffered suili a crushing moral defeat." Ninety I'm- Cent Of nil the people U 1" take a course of Hood's Sarxaparllla at this season to lurvcni that run-down and debilitated condition which Invites disease. The money Invi-stcd In htilf u down bottb<H of I lood'rt Snrsapnrllla will come buck with large returns In the health and vigor of body and strength of nerves. HOOD'S PIIXB an* easy to buy, r.tsy to take, vii.sy to operate. Cures all liver Ills. 25c. 2 so at-I'm of I'Hiin IimihI I'ree Or Its equivalent In cobIi will be given t.? any active wide uwuke and energfltlc young furn^cr, who will sell a Bcctlon or more of the ttufC farm fruidft along' the line;, of the Chicago, Milwnuke- & 8t. I'.ml Hallway In South Dakota, at prices ranging from S7 to Jli: per aero; one-half cnnh, boJiwrt- on time. Thl is the opportunity of :i lifetime to wen r>> a home, and thin offer rem ulna open for nlxty daya only. ThonfMindB of acres in over twenty counties In ttouth l>nk??ta have hecn i-ii "lily opened for settlement. which the railway company is anxious to have lihi?oss *'I of on favorable terms to actual settlers. For further particulars a?ldre:?a W.. 10. Powell. General lmmigrathai A Rent, 410 Old Colony building, Chicago. 111. KxcuralonH every day from ChlOflffD* tth&8, rilf-: I'ilr* 1 KiJiiiiK IMle*} Bymptonu?Moisture; Intcnao Itching and .-imoiit at night; worst by ?rratchhm. It allowed i?. cimtlnie- tumors form, which ofti-n bleed and ulecrnU\ ? very non-. SWAVN'K"ff OINTMI'.NT MtPPi the ItohlriK and blooding. h'-al" aleeriillon, am) in niosl tiiv.yt return hm mmm. .?i 'i' "i Kini? ,,, ,,y mull, lor frfi renin Dr. Hwuyne & Son. rhUntlHnhltt; Ilow Hi (Hrr All Hklii DIlnuFi,** Simply apply HWAYNIC'S < MNTMFJNT. Ni? liilfinni meUIHue required. Omen i?>t1111 i.r.tini. Itch, nil eruption* on the fin luin<li?, none. rie. Ii-avhiit tho ?kln i-lriir. white hwtlthy. IIn urrat hfulmr nml euniilvo power# lire iiokmunikhI by no oiher remedy Auk your UruKBlwt fur HWAVMl'3 OINTMISNT. UluftW [ /f^\ These stopped V using soap, long ago. This one stopped because?well, we'll V, M' have to guess why^ Perhaps, because it gave him too much work to do. That's , v what everybody thinks, for that matter, ' when there's nothing but soap at hand, l\ \ \ and there's a good deal of dirt to be ?' 7 \ \k removed from anything. / v f NW ' (I \\ But this one- stopped because she had found something better than soap?Pearline. R 'jfl Something easier, quicker, simpler, more c economical. No rubbing to speak of, no y wear?easy work and money saved, whether 5 it's washing clothes, cleaning house, pr any kind of washing and cleaning. ?c ' M'/^Pear/ine a ] WARM WEATHER GOODS-OEO. H. TAYLOR. GEO. l Warm R. I Weather Goods, ^ VAH /limliflotfa QfA inJnaf T A YT OR ! now Summer Underwear, and if 1 XX 1 i-iL/JLv. f so you can ho Supplied at our store with any kind you want, as our new stock of Lisle, Gaaze, Balbriggaa and SI lias just been received. We ure prepared to supply the wants of men, women and children a? present, but don't * * ii . i - - i 1- J "ftxr_ delay Buying until me stoat is oromiu.- ?K,'?n- prepared to furnish also, at catalogue prices, DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOLEN UNDERWEAR in summer weight. ' ?o LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR. Our nt!H- stock is being received Mid will be complete An 9Mrl inat All nnr Muslin nTid Cambric Under wear is made to order just as we want it, and we think its merits are prettv well understood by oar customers. SUIT DEPARTMENT. This department, being a very important one, receives special attention, and in it can be found Tailor-Madc Dresses and Skirts of the latest stylist] As this is a very active stock, you should call frequently and see the new ideas as they appear. You can always feel assured that we keep THE LATEST, and that ourprices are RIGHT. In the same department you find Capes and Jackets of all kinds. r * T\Tnn i iiinnid trrunmn LAMBS MM AD IBRaidld. We open on Saturday the finestSiladras Waists we over had. They are beautiful and tlieflt is simply perfect. Would like to show you some of these Waists and have you examine quality, style and work. We never had anything like them before. ( Summer Dress Fabrics, Canopy Top Parasols, Close Rolling Umbrellas, Summer Hosiery, Gloves Persian Ribbons. NV> frniihln in hnimr suited in a Slack Dress Pattern of any kind, but a good deal of tro^fe sometimes in deciding which piece of Persian Silk,'j$m like the best for a waist or dress when thoro are so pwiny handsome styles to choose from. geo.ITtaylor. for Infants and Children. ^ HIRTY Tears' observation of Castoria with the patronage of | millions of persons, permits lis tqffieakof it without guessing. It is unquestionably the best renreflf for Infants and Children tho world has ever known. It is harmless Children like it It give3 them lier.lth. It will save their lives. In it Mothers liav? something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect ai ? child's medicine. Castoria destroysJWonns. Castoria allays Feverishnosa. Castoria prevents vomiting Saur Cnr3. "niowlimo onrl W.inr) Caistoritt rclictc? Teething Troubles. Ciutoria curca Canatipation mid Flatnlcncy. Castoria neutralizes tho cfi'ecta of carbonic acidjjas or poisonntif air. Castoria docs not contain morphine, opium, or any othar narcoticCattoria assimilates tho food, rcirulatcj tho stomach and bowels giving healthy and natnral jlocp. ?1_ - ?* ?u ;? vniv Ijasioriu 1# pul up m uuvmaw uguiL-s ul.ijf, 4b id uub wi" '" " Don't allow any one to sell you anything' clso on the plea or promiw that it is "just ns(rood" and "will answer every purpose." See that you pet C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. Thefac-similo isoneverj rignatara of wrapper. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. THt ciNmuM roMrtxr. tt MURRAY **?? . mwYomt mmm ? > f-p EVERY WOMAN _ '*J\ BomekloJM nwJn a rrlinbl.. inauthtf, Tflgalfttinc mdtfliii*. On'T 3 Uio jiurc?t(trun?*|jydlU'Bbi'?eU. If you waut tb? b*t,Kr* ( u Dp. Pea8*s Pennyroyal PiUs l>'ov Bttio by C11A& 11, GUU'L'^lii, DfvutlaU tjucccaaor to MoL*iim Pharmacy* J"