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Dr. Lawrence's Cough Balsam la warranted t cnre COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, aaa all dlaraaea of the Ttarant and IiUjiki. We do not claim to cure consumption when thoroughly seat d, but we do cliim that thou sands of lives might be saved every year by the tuneiy use 01 vr. Lawrence s Uuugn UaJsam. Many modIs imaarine thevhave cnnHiimntinn When in reality they only have a bad cold, which can easily be cured by proper care and the right kind of medioine. We could fill columns with testimonials, but do not Relieve in that way of advertising, our idea is to let everybody that is afflicted with a cough try for themselves and if nwijcwiy suuqKu, return me empty oottie to the dealer of whom it was bought and receive their money back. Frloa far Trial siae, 83 Cte. Family Size fJl.OU per Bottle. Bemember, No Cure, No Pay ! NARROW ESCAPE OF A MASSACHUSETTS ENGINEER- Wl UM If V w-r a n wm M M.m.Mi.MjM. ituauiu ujf MIC JOHN SPENCER, B AUG AGE MASTER. OF THE B. fc A. R.U. Marrellaaa Care ef Stone in the Bladder Irse Otoner Removed by "Ken aedy'a Fav rite Remedy." ' Jrom the PitUflclcl (Jfoaa.) Maale. Stone In the Bladder is a very dangerous ail. Blent; but many most remarkable cures have ol late been wrought by 'Kennedy's Favorite Reme dy " the invention on Dr. Kennedy of Bon dout, N. IT. Another striking ease is now added " to the list. Mr. Peter Lawler, of Dalton, Mass., states in a letter to Sr. Kennedy that he had been troubled with bladder complaint for 14 years, and had consulted at different times seven physi cians; but nothing beyond temporary allnyment of the pain had been worked. Towards the end of last January Mr. Lawler Called on Dr. Ken aedy. Sounding him, the doctor "struck stone." He decided that Mr. Lawler should first try the " favorite Bemedy , so as, if possible, to avoid an . operation. And here is the remarkable result: Dear Doctor Kennedy The day after I earns home I passed two gravel stones, and am doing nicely now. If you would like to see the stones I Will send them to you." This letter bears date "Dalton, Mass., Feb. 6th, and is signed "Peter Lawler." The stones, which are so large as to war rant for Kennedy's Favorite Bemedy the claim that it is the meet sucoeecful specific for Stone yet discovered, are now in Dr. Kennedy's possession. Incidentally Mr. Lawler also states that the " Fnv exits Bemedy" at the same time oured him of a Stubborn case of Rheumatism: and it is a fact that in all affections arising out of disorder of the liver or axinair organs it is a searching remedy and works marvellous benefits. It is in itself almost a medicine chest. Order it of your druggist. Price $1.00 a bottle. Thinking of buying or renting a piano ot organ will do well to address F. E, Capewell, Torrington, Ct,, Who will personally answer all inquiries. He will sell yon the following celebrated makes of Pianos and Organs at least 10 per cent cheaper than you can buy one of any so-called author ized agent, who will tell you he has the exclusive sale and that they cannot be bought on ly through him. Enough said, "the proof of the pudding is in the eating," and to - this end I invite you when in want of a Steinway, CMckeringr, Weber, Decker Bros or Christie & Son Piano ; also Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Bur dett, Wilcooks & White or Bridge port Organ, To call on or address the un dersigned. I have the Best Upright Piano is the World for $225 ; also the Best Organ for $65 ; both fully warranted for five years. Immense Stock Of second-hand instruments to be closed out at Great Bargain at F. E. CAPEWELL'S, Torrington, Ct JOB P r n t ng OFFICE. 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It is charged in the Dominion that deserters from the American army have been followed into Canada and there arrested by United States soldiers. A wife turned out of the house, with her children, by a drunken husband at Kockille, Ind., was burned to death while kindling a fire to warm her little ones. Lorenzo Turner, of Richmond, Me., says rum caused the murder of Indian Joe, and he did not know the crime was committed until arrested for it, because he was drunk. A boy was beheaded by the elevator he was attending in Baltimore. At the burning of the Harris Mill, Lowell, nine firemen were severely in jured by falling walls. Firemen gallantly rescued two of the crew of the burning steamer Napo leon III. at Halifax. The liquor dealers of the Eleventh and Twentieth wards of New York oity organized to defend their business against the present aspect of legislation and court decisions against them. The Standard Theatre in New York city wa3 destroyed by a fire which broke out in the flies before the opening of the doors for the evening perform ance. A frame house in the rear of No. 108 West Thirty-third street was crushed by a falling wall. A man and a girl among the crowd were injured by a railing giving way and letting them fall into the sub-cellar. A verdict in favor of the plaintiffs in the D wight case on every question of fact submitted to the jury was given at Norwich, and the insurance companies have been refused anew trial. Mrs. Christiancy, the defendant in the celebrated divorce casa in Washing ton, died insane in Brooklyn, N. Y. Her death was caused directly by Bright's disease. In both houses of the Virginia Gen eral Assembly a joint resolution was in troduced declaring, among other mat ters, that the people of the State have accepted the "Riddleberger bill" as the ultimate settlement of the State debt Two trains collided on the Georgia Central Bailway. The trains were wrecked, one person killed and four in jured. Seven men of the British bark Benefactress, lost at sea November 28, arrived at New York on the steamer State of Pennsylvania. They had been eleven days without water when reached. Fifteen of the crew left the vessel two days before, and are supposed to have been lost. Four Mexican murderers are said to have been lynched. The feeling of opposition to the Dominion government in Winnipeg is said to be on the increase. The Victoria Parliament, sick of the Chinese, will restrict their immigration. At Kockport, Mass., the Annisquam Cotton Mill was almost completely de stroyed by fire. The loss is estimated at $400,000. The Mount Hickory Boiling Mills, at Erie Depot, Pa., were destroyed by fire, involving a loss of about $275,000. The exploring expedition into the Everglades of Florida has successfully accomplished its object. Certain slavery issues have been re newed in Texas by the commencement of a suit against the United States for the value of the slaves manumitted dur ing the war. A curious story comes from the N. Y. Custom House of a prominent merchant who called on the Collector and handed in his check for $10,000 for the "con science fund." The money was for duties of which the government had been defrauded. Yanktonais warriors are deserting their reservation in Montana, asserting that they are not properly cared for by the Poplar Biver Agency, and that they will resist any atte mpt to take them back. The court house at Butler, Pa., was totally destroyed by fire. A commercial treaty has been made between Canada and France. A Kentuckian, finding he could not stop a fight between four men in the southern part of that State, drew his re volver and shot them all. Orange county (N. Y.) farmers deride the statement that in many instances- the cows drink impure water, which injures the milk, and they ask an investigation by the State Board of Health. WASHINGTON NOTES. In the Republican caucus for Secretary of the Senate General Anson G. McCuok was nomi nated on the first formal ballot, receiving 19 votes to Gorham 13 and Bamsdell 3. The total values of the exports of petroleum and petrolenm products from the United States in October were $4,233,210, and for the ten months ended October 31st, $89,924,332. The Supreme Court decided in favor of Jeff Davis in the suit brought by the relatives of the late Mra. Horsey to sbt aside the will of that lady. The National Republican Committee selected the 8d of June, 1884, as the time and Chicago as the place for the meeting of the Bepublican National Convention. The proposition of Sen ator Frye to change the base of representation was referred to the Convention. A number of Congressmen and other promi nent citizens called upon President Arthur to urge his interposition in behalf of O'DonnelL sentenced at London to be hanged for the murder of Carey, the Irish informer. The Mexican Veterans called at the White House as a body and paid their respects to the President. They were received in the East room and presented individually to the Presi dent. Ihree bills have been introduced in the House providing a government for Alaska, and another will be. , 1 he Senate has already before It more than four hundred bills, and warning has been given that nearly two thousand measures will be in troduced in the House this week. The Acting Secretary of the Treasury has authorized the payment on and after this date without rebate ot interest of bonds embraced in th one hundred and twenty-third call, which will mature on December 15th, payment to be made in the order of presentation of the bonds. Mr. Herbert, of Alabama, willintroduoe a bill limiting the number of members of the House to 351. The Shipping bill which failed to become a far last session will be again introduced in the House by Mr. Dinglev, of Maine. UNITED STATES CONGRESS. Mr. Sherman offered a resolution which pro vides that the President be authorized and re quested to invito the Eepublics of Mexico, Cen tral America, South America and the Empire of Ilrazil to send delegates to meet in Convention in Washington upon f uch a day as he may ap point duiing the year 1834, to consider the best mode of establishing, upon a firm and lasting basis, peaceful and reciprocal commercial rela tions. Senator Beck addressed the Senate on his sinking fund resolution. Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, offered a constitutional amendment to protect citizens in their rights. The committee reported to the Senate a bill providing a territorial government for Alaska. HOUSE. A bill for the relief of Fitz John Porter was introduced by General Slocum, and one to au thorize the retirement of General Alfred Pleas onton as a Major Ueneral. Among the important bills introduced in the House was one to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States. The provisions are ve y stringent. The bill was drawn by members of the New York Bar, and is believed to be as acceptable to the profession as the Lowell bill. Five bills to provide a uniform system of bankruptcy were introduced; three or four to prevent the spread of contagious diseases among catt e; iwo or three ior the abolition of the Internal Bevenue Bureau, and a number for the reduction of postage and the with drawal from circulation of the trade dollar. Anions? the billa intrndnnA tvera , To repeal the internal revenue laws. Proposing a constitutional amendment pro hibiting special legislation. To abolisu pnstage on second-class matter and to reduce postage on transient newspapers. To pension prisoners of war confined in Confederate prisons during the late war. To pi event undue discrimination by railroad companies, and subjecting them to the control of the States under certain circumstances,, also to create a postal telegraph of the United States; aiso to reduce postage on drop letters to one cent. Granting a pension to soldiers of the rebel lion when when they reach 55 years of age. Mr. Hewitt (Dem., N. Y.) offered the follow ing, which was adopted : Mexolved, That this House bring to the notice of tlie President the case of Patrick O'DonnelL claiming to be a citizen of the United States, and now under sentence of death in Great Britain, in the hope that the President may secure such reasonable delay in the execution of the sentence as will enable the President to ascertain whether the said O'Donnell is a citi zen of the United States, and if so whether he was tried and convicted in accordance with the provisions of municipal laws of Great Britain and the requirements of international law. The names of the members of the Committee on Buh-s wer announced as follows: The Speaker, Mr. Blaokburn, of Kentucky, Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, Mr. Keifer, of Ohio, and Mr. Eeed, of Maine. Mr. Cox, of New York, asked leave to intro duce for immediate consideration a joint reso lution for the repeal of the test oath. Mr. Hoar, of Michigan, objected. yOKBTON ITEMS. Universal suffrage and reform of the constitution in Spain are to be strongly urged by the Dynastic Left. A Madrid correspondent cables that changes in the treaty of commerce between the United States and Spain are being considered in Madrid. The French government has no fears for the safety of its troops in and around Hue. : The British government is prepar ing large quantities of war material for shipment to Chinese ports. A correspondent at Borne cables that the American Natiqnal Council of Catholic Bishops will be held at Balti more after the Presidential election. In his lecture on divorce Mgr. Capel asserted that Protestantism was responsi ble for the introduction of divorce into Europe, and that the granting of this privilege was opening the flood gates to sensuality. Divorce, he maintained, destroyed the home and thereby brought a nation into decadence. A correspondent at Hong Kong cables that the King of Annam has been poisoned by the revolutionists, and that war has been declared against France. A French vessel is said to have taken possession of some islands in the Gulf of Guinea belonging to Spain. The royal speech to be read at the opening of the Spanish Cortes favors the extension of suffrage and other reforms. The bill permitting marriages be tween Jews and Christians will be re introduced into the lower house of the Hungarian Diet. Eighteen persona have been ex ecuted in Servia for aiding in the recent rebellion. Violent gales prevailed throughout England the other evening, causing much damage in London and the prov inces. At Wolverhampton the exhibi tion building, which was only partially completed, was destroyed by the storm. Much damage was done to shipping and it is feared that many lives were lost. Arrangements are being completed for the execution of O'DonnelL A French anarchist has been sen tenced to death. Chief Mampoer has been hanged by the Boers. The crew of a british steamer are in the hands of a hostile tribe in Sumatra, The war in Hayti is being prose cuted with vigor; several engagements have taken place. Mexico has reduced the custom duties on all inroorts brought in Mexican vessels. The Hungarian bill legalizing mar riages between Jews and Christians failed to pass the Upper House. Major Majendie thinks that the ex plosions in the London underground railway were caused by dynamite dropped from the trains. It is said that the False Prophet's forces will march to Dongola. Great excitement prevails in Suakim owing to nightly attacks by Bedouins. Berlin correspondents say that the visit of the Crown prince to the Vatican signifies the Emperor William's desire to make peace with the Pope. News has reached Aden that a great force of hill tribes attacked five com panies of Egyptian troops which were re connoitering outside of Suakim on the 5th inst., and that severe fighting en sued, in which the Egyptians were com pletely annihilated and their artillery captured. The Egyptian force consisted of 700 picked troops. The natives num bered several thousand. Diplomatic negotiations between France and China still drag. Sontay has been reconnoitered by the French and preparations made for assault. England makes no objection to the presence of a Turkish fleet in the Bed Sea, provided it acts in concert with the British fleet. It is said that the Chinese Cabinet is united against entering upon a war with France. Nine persons in Sligo, Ireland, have pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to murder a landlord. Twenty-three days beneath a fallen haystack and still alive, with prospects of recovery, is the condition of a man at Lacrosse, Wis. The Anatomy of the Horse's Foot. There is probably no trouble so prevalent among horses as lameness, and the causes are various, and for suc cessful treatment of, and also as a pre ventive for, lameness, it is necessary to be familiar with the anatomy of the foot. Notwithstanding the fact that the hoof is hard and horny, it protects a very delicate and tender structure. There is only a very trifling mpace be tween the main bone of the leg and the hoof, so that there is scarcely any room for swelling consequent upon inflam mation from any cause, and hence the presence of inflammation must indeed be very painful to the animal. There are three parts to the hoof the exter nal wall, the sole and the frog, the lat ter being, as is well known, the tri angular center portion. The external wall reaches from the cad of the hairy skin to the ground, averaging about three and a half inches in length. The front is the toe, the sides the "quarter hoof," and the back part the hsel. The thickness of the wall in the forefeet va ries from three-fourths of an inch in front to one-fourth inch in the rear, and in the hind feet the thickness is about the same all around. The sole is slightly concave downward, and is fixed to the inner side (not the lower edge) of the external hoof. The sole consists of fine plates aggregating a thickness of about one-sixth of an inch. In the middle of the frog is a cleft, the sides of which form an angle of about 45 de grees. A solid wedge of frog substance is immediately in front of this cleft, which is known as "the cushion." The growth of the hoof is entirely in length, and not by widening out. United Slates Veterinary Journal. The Finest. President Grevy, if a Paris story is to be believed, paid a re markably point-blank compliment to the Grand Duke Alexis. "Why do you look at me in that way ?" asked his Imperial Highness, after they had shaken hands. "Because," replied the President, "you are the finest-looking man that I ever came across." AN OLD FEUD RECALLED. THE ASTOR PLACE RIOT IN NEW YORK CITY. The Order ta Fire on the Mob and How It ' wa Given to the Soldier. It has often been claimed, says a Sun day Mercury correspondent, that the military authorities were somewhat to blame in precipitatin' bloodshed at the Astor Place riot, but the truth is that they not only were not to blame at all, but deserved commendation for their self control. Findin' matters gettin' worse instead of better by the comin' of the soldiers. Recorder Talmadge showed that he had first-class nerve by comin' boldly forward, facin' the howl in', cursin' mob, and makin' a speech in favor of law and order, saying to the mob : "Depart return to your homes; delay not ; let this street be cleared at once, or the soldiers here your own brothers the armed citizens of New York will fire upon you, as sure as there is a Gdd above us." But the mob only went on worse than before. They set up an awful yell; then they groaned at Talmadge, and fired stones at him, one of which hit him on the breast, though not woundin him seriously. Then Talmadge turned to General Hall, who was in charge of a battalion, and said : "General, you will have to fire on 'em after all." "Where is the Mayor?" asked Gen. Hall. "He alone should give the order to fire." But the Mayor, Woodhull, was in the New York Hotel. Then Hall asked for the Sheriff, Westervelt. Westervelt stepped up, but was non-committal, and wanted the general to take the responsibility, which was natural enough. But Hall didn't see it yet. Then General Sanford and Colonel Duryea came up to Hall and Talmadge and said that this sort of thing wouldn't be endured by the National Guard any longer. They were bein' shot at stoned and wounded by the mob, were not allowed even to protect and and 'em- selves in return. "What do you say now, Mr. Sheriff?" asked General Hall, who was deter mined, if he could, to get his orders be fore he gave 'em. "Your duty is only too plain, Mr. Sheriff," remarked Recorder Talmadge. "You cannot do otherwise than give the order and fire." The sheriff said nothin' for a moment, turned on his heel as if to go, then sud denly turnin' back, he went up to Gen eral Sanford and said : "Do as you think right, General." This might have seemed enough to the sheriff, but it wasn't enough to San ford. He, like Hall, wanted to get a definite order from somebody. So San ford looked the sheriff full in the face and asked him plump and plain : "Do you give me the order to fire ?" And then Sheriff Westervelt said these de cisive words which' settled the life and death of a large number of people : "I do, sir. ' Then Sanford turned to Mateell, who was standin' near him, headin' the police, as fat and round as a watermelon, but as cool as a cucumber. "Matsell," said Sanford, "call in your policemen. We shall have to employ bullets in half a minute." Sayin' this, while Matsell oalled in his police, Sanford and Duryea went round once more and for the last time tryin' to pacify the mob and disperse 'em. But the mob didn't care a continental. "Fire and be hanged," "Fire if you dare," "To with your guns," "You talk, but you dare not shoot, "were some of the exclamations heard on all sides. One fellow in the crowd took up a big stone and held it in front of him. "Fire into this," he cried, and then he hurled the stone right against the soldiers, woundin' one of 'em severely, at which the mob set up a laugh. Another chap tore open the bosom of his shirt and struck his bare breast vio lently with his clenched hands. "Fire into this," he cried, hittin' his breast once more. "Shoot me here and take the life out of a free born American citi zen for a British actor, if you dare." . The crowd around went madder than ever at this speech, and a chap hard by, a regular rough, took up a pavin' stone, and with a yell hurled the stone full against the sword arm of General San ford, disablin' it for the time. This seemed to act on the mob like the first taste of blood on the tiger, and others began 'flrin' missiles at Sanford, but missin' him in their haste. It was again doubted whether the military and the police together could quell the mob. One man prophesied a geaeral uprisin' throughout the entire city of New York. It was really, as Col. Duryea after ward remarked, speakin' of it, "an awful moment." But it was only a moment. The first order to the soldiers to fire on the mob was given by General Hall. Cle arly and distinctly he spoke the ter rible word, "fire !" It was heard plainly along the whole line of soldiery, amid all the cussin' and clamorin' of the mob. But only one musket responded to the order, and some of the mob laughed in mockery. Then General Sanford took up the word. "Fire ! Fire 1" he called out twice, at the top of his lungs. A number of muskets this time obeyed the command; buf the firin did not be come general. Then Colonel Duryea took up the word. "Fire, Guards ! Fire 1" he called out. And the Guards fired, in earnest. Such is the history of the memorable firin' on the mob at Astor Place by an eye witness; and from his account it is evident that the military endured till they could endure no more, and showed patience as well as obedience. Wealth. Sonora, old as that State is, has not, a correspondent of the San Francisco Bulletin says, more than 125,000 in habitants, and 75,000 of these are pure Indians. There are about 5.00Q natives of the United States in the State, mostly speculators. Fabulous sums are saifl to have been taken out of her mines, and now and thep.; a vase filled with gold nuggets left by the Spaniards. Such a discovery was lately reported in Ures, $80,000 in gold being found in an old earthenware .yessel a few feet under ground.' But although there are many old abandoned mines that may be worked profitably, the principal indus try ia stock raising and fruit culture. How He Doubled His Trade. Mr. Benj. W. Pa tons, pharmacist.Clobe Village, Mass., says that the miraculous pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil, has greatly helped his other business, and the sales of the remedy have doubled in one month. He keepB a large supply always on hand. Officers of the Army aud Navy pronounoe St. Jacobs Oil to be the great est pain-oure of the age. Among intelligent people antipathie are more irreconcilable than hates. As a cure for heart disease, nervousness and sleeplessness, Dr. Graves' Heart Regu lator is unsurpassed. Thirty years trial prove it. $1 per bottle at your druggists. How many people live on the reputation of the reputation they might have made. Being entirely vegetable, no particular care is required whise using Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets " They operate without dis turbance to the constitution,diet, or occupation. For sick headache, constipation, impure blood, dizzint-ss, sour eructations from the stomach, bad taste in the mouth, bilious attacks, paiu in region of kidney, internal fever, bloated feeling about stomal h; rush of blood to head, take Dr. Pierce's "pellets." By druggists. Emulation is lively and generous, envy base and malicious. Dr. Pierce's "Favorite .Prescription" always becomes the favorite remedy of those who try it. It is a specifio for all female "weak nesses" and derangements, bringing strength to the limbs and back, and color to the face. Of all druggists. He that is master of himself will soon be master of others. A Ijuchy Chance. Of all men no doubt the mechanic and laborer suffer more from disease than any other class not always in the disease itself, but the circumstances surrounding their cases. Who can depict a more horrifying scene than that of the prosperous mechanic, who. by some dreadful disease, ib reduced in flesh and strength, having no power of con trol, a he'.ple38 prey to some malady? Per haps the family of the worthy man may be Buffering for the necessaries of life, all be cause " father " is unable to work. Why then do not all men grapple with the first symptoms of disease (of whatever name or nature), and thereby prevent this sad picture. This is just what Mr. Hibam Fbankltn, of Naugatuck, Conn., did when he began to feel a heavy, dull pain in the small of his back, which steadily grew worse until he had to do one of two things: either give up work or die, or look around for some means to cure kidney disease, and a lucky chance threw in his way a safe and certain means of de liverance. The facts in Mr. F.'s case are these: His business (mason and builder) require? him to be exposed in all sorts of weather. Re cently, from a severe cold, he contracted a disease of tbe kidneys, and like many others began using everything at hand. Not rind ing any help, as a last resort he began taking Hunt's Remedy. The first bottle giving de cided benefit, he continued its use until he had used three (3) bottles, when all trouble disappeared. Mr. F. is now attending to business, a well man, and recently remarked to an acquaintance: "One trial convinced me, as it will you." We need scarcely add Hunt's Remedy is purely vegetable, and meets a want never before furnished to those suffering from kidney and liver complaint, dropsy, etc., and the utmost reliance may be placed in it. Tired out Wheels. A Fortune may be made by hard work, but can neither be made or enjoyed without health. To those lead ing sedentary lives Dr. B. V. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" is a real friend. It stimu lates the liver, purifies the blood, and is the best remedy ior consumption, wnion is serotinous dis ease of the lungs. Of all druggists. THT.RBare886 silk factories m the United States. An Interesting Pntent Suit. Nelson Lyon, of Albany, N. Y., has recov ered judgment of $8,447.10, against G. T. Fisher & Co., in the U. S. circuit court, at Detroit, Mich., for an infringement of Lyon's Patant Metallic Heel Stiffener. This contriv ance is ons of the most useful of modern in ventions, and has achieved a remarkable sale over $750,000 worth, the testimony showed, having been sold since the patent was granted, being a grand total of 3,8S8,000 pairs. The invention consists of a neat metal plate fast ening to the outside of a boot or shoe heel, arranged to prevent the counters from break ing over and the heel from wearing down un evenly. The attorney-general of the United States declared the Lyon patent invalid on account of an informality in the application. Ihis was afterward corrected by the com missioner of patents, in accordance with a special act of Congress authorizing it. Ac tion was commenced in May, 1880, a per petual injunction was obtained in December, and the case was referred to a master, who reported the damages as $3,834, but on mo tion the court doubled the same, and directed judgment to be entered against defendants for such double damages, with interest and costs. The Fraxer - Axle Gretut is the best in the market. It is the most eoo domical and cheapest, one box lasting as lonj, as two of any other. One greasing will last two weeks. It received first premium at the Centennial and Paris Expositions, also medals t variouB State fairs. Buy no other. Mb. J. "E. Habvey, 140 Bridge St., Brooklyn, says: "I have no more dread of inflammatory rheumatism since Dr. Elmore's Bheumatine Goutaline brought me out of the terrible con dition I was in last year." Was afflicted with Catarrh and Cold in the Head. I tried many remedies without any ben eficial effects; at last I used Ely's Cream Balm, which effectually curred me. W.H. I. Hillaed, Dentist, Bordentown, N. J. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. It is entirely different from all others. It is as clear as water, and aa it name indicates is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will imme diately free the head from all dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce a hew growth where it has fallen off. It does not in any manner affect the health, which lulphur, sugar of lead ud nitrate of silver preparations have done. It will change light or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your drug gist for it. Each bottle is warranted. Smith, Kline & Co., Wholesale Agejits, Philadelphia, Pa., and C. N. Crittenton. New York. Fob DV8PKPBiA,rNDioK8TioN, depression of sph its and general debility, in their various forms: also as a preventive against fever and ague and other intermittent fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphor-ated Elixir of Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York, and sold by all Drug gists, is the best tonic; and for patients recover ing from fever or other siokness, it has no equal. MARKET NOTES. NEW YORK MARKET. . The Wholesale New York market quotations show: Beans Prime, $5.00f5.15; fair to good, 8.00f 3.05 per bushel Butter New York sold at S940o. for choice in pails, and 1819c. common to good. Western Creamery sold at 3738o., and the common Western at 1718a Cheese Factory fancy, 1212Vc; da fair to good, 912o. Euos Quotations ranged from 28a for or dinary, to 32a for New York, Now Jersey and Pennsylvania. Fixhjb Superfine, $2.80$3.4O; Western, $4.057.00; extra New York, 3.95(S)f6.0a Hay Sliipping, 055a; clover, 4560a, salt, C0c; straw, 5055c. Hops New York, 2426a ; Eastern, 2027oj yearlings, 202tic; olds, . Petroleum Refined, 7c; crude, 6X7$o in bulk; in barrels, 8kc; naphtha, 6a in Biuppmg uruer. auu xiffno. m cases. Pork Clear' back, $17.25Jsl7.75; dressed hogs, 67c. Wheat Spring Na 3, $1.02$1.06; Mil waukee, No. 2, $1.05; amber, il.32f2.40; white, $1.0j$i.07. Corn Ungraded Western Mixed, 476Sc. j Steamer Mixed, 5757a in elevator. 57ia delivered; No. 2, 67 in elevator, 69 69 delivered ; White Southern, 68a de livered. Rye State, 7577a Wooi Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia, xxx, 454Gc.; xx, 4244c; X, 4243c.; Na 1, 4547c; No. 2, 3840a; common, 3335o.; New York and Western xx and x, 8945a ; No. 1, 4445c. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Flour State family, $5.00; rye flour, $3.5u-J:H'2' : wheat, State, $1.15 ; amber, $1.43; corn, yellow, 5oo. ; mixed States 62c. Petroleum Refined, 1o.; crude, 63a Wool State and Western xx, 4650a; x, 4748c. ; medium, 5051c. ; coarse, 45a BOSTON MARKET. Floub From $3.00$3.50 for low and medium, to $4.506.00 lor choice Minnesota. Corn, 7i(S)73c. for mixed and yellow. Butter Common, 18c.22o. ; Vermont dairy, 2428c. ; choice creamery, 3336a Cheese 12(ffll2a Beans $3. 2(f $3. 25. Hay Choice, f 16$17. CATTLE MARKETS. Buffalo Cattle, good quality, $5.60(5 frt.00; hogs, fair to good, f5.85f5.75; best, $5.85. East Liberty, Fenn. Best cattle, $6.50 16.65; medium to good, $6.00$6.50j common to fair, $5.00(5$6.t)0; Hogs, Yorkers, $4.30 $4.50 ; Philadclphias, $5.00f 5.10. Sheep, t5.25f5.50. Watertown, Mass. Cattle, choice, $ ($10.25; extra, 8.759.0(J; first quality, $7.25$8.fl0 ; second quality, f5.25$7.00; third quality, $4.25$5.)0. bheep and lambs wool sheep, . $2. CiH.75 extra, $5.00rq 85.50; spring lambs, b6o. ; Veal calves, 3o7sfa , SI Chbonio Catarrh. I have suffered for years from Chronic Catarrh. Six weeks ago I was in duced to try Ely's (.'ream Balm, lli lief was in stantaneous, and continued use has resulted in an almost complete cure. S. M. Greene, Book keeper, Steamboat Co., Catskill, N. Y. If a cough disturbs your Bleop, tako Piso't Cure for Consumption ind rest well. Fob sore feet, swollen loints, sprains, corns or bunions, use St. Patrick's Salve. Lyon'b Patent Heel Stiffener tlie only inven tion that makes old boots straight as new. Chrouthion collars are made in different s'yles, both standing and turn down. The cuffs are reversible. The best and oldest medicine for cure of liver diseases is Dr. Banford's Liver Invigorator. Carbo-lines. Petroleum sheua us brilliant light, In cot and palace seen; And on our heads its blessing bright, From wondrous Onrboline. The Doctor's Indorsement. Or. W, D. Wright, Cincinnati, O., sends the sub joined professional indorsement: "I have prescribed Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the I.ungs in s great num ber of oases and always with success. One cose In par ticular was given up by several phyaiclaDs who had been called lh for consultation with myself. The patient had all the symptoms of ooniirmed Consumption cold night sweats, hectic, fever, liarrassing cough, eto. He ooin. menced immediately to get bettor and was soon restored to his usual health. I have also found Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for too Lungs the most valuable expectorant for breaking up distressing coughs and colds that I have ever used." Durno's Catarrh Snuff cures Catarrh and ull affections of tbe mucous membrane' Fob Bfeciai, Kateu for advert ising" in this paper apply to the publisher oi the paper. I ol' ERtvlANREMEDl CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Baokache, Headache, Toothache, pro Th rout, 8wl 1 1 Nprnlna, Bralaaa, llurm, Nralri, Front Uitca, AND ALL OTHER BODILY FAINS AND ACHS. lisy Draff Uu and DealeiiaTOrrwher. Fifty Catt a fttUlSt Dlreotlona in 11 Laasuaca. THE CHARLES A. VOOELEB CO. S.j u A- TOUKI.K& a oo.) hlilanli,!,!.!. A copy of Bijou edition of! GODEY'Sffi Send So. stamp to Publisher. Box H. II., Pliltariclpliin, Pn... 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CS- H "W -B3 3-W The Enormous Amount of $102,400 THE ARRAY OF GIFTS 10SO Acres of Land In Dakota, Nebras ka and Kansas SSS.aoo.OO 1 a 'Weber style S Grand Upright Pianos ,000.00 180 Solid Gold Watches ( 15,000.00 SOO The Wilson No.3 Oscillating Shut tle Sewing Machines X5.000.00 TOTAL AMOTTNT, i EEL J$.$M bar A Hllofm.S A(W ... .il.r. SPEAR-HEAD Ask your Dealer for SPE.VR-ITE A PtUO and Circular fnlly'explalntng our Plan fo Distribution. P.J.SORGCt CO., Rfiiddletown, Ohio. CHEW SPEAR-HEAD AF.D GET A F&RF.1! Danger from Gate nnnnnitfi utHin tlto Amount And xtnt of the no roll fa..ri,in 1 1 llflllPttt inn 'I h T 111;! dM hfl f rOTH Ol Bumutii'ii can tm traoi to nojrhicied tititarrh. There) itl a viol tint dintrowi, proir;i'txl couiruinjr a pel I a. the eyofl wrap, the none oifK'hartfea copiously, and to liVwd etfms nrut to "lt. In Mich cbh: Ho era Karsipitrillii eorreota the ttav tftrrh l- its direct action in rliflcharKiua? thn poison from thn blooti through nnturo's it-rent ou'letH, so that lit-ftlthy, sound blood reaches the mumbraaaa and ia wholesome. Catarrh in the Head Is more prevalent thiin many are aware o!, and how readily lelief may be obtained by the as ot ttoodls Banuiparilla. listen to the following: I have been a svi H'ertr wit h cat arrh in the neaa for u tears. Never having found any Ix-nelit from the well nrnn rvmfdies, 1 resolved to try a bottle of Hood's Barsapanlla f..r mv eatatrh. I would not take any momed consideration for the good that one Dottl oio nie.-I. W. Lillls, Chicago, 111., Postal Olerk. 1 00 Doses OnelDollar 1 ham hpen Iro ililuil airh that distressing plaint, catarrh, end tiavu been using Hood's Sarsapa. rilla, anil rind it one of t'io bent fraedie I bavo ovar tvken. Martin Shield, Chicago, 111, Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold br druggists, $1 ; six for $". Proparod bf O. 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S K. trf. is tna quickest, piaaasotaatV - vt,turest and bsst remedy for kidney- ; t-isffases, nnd only real curative mret dluAOTured for aoute and ohronLe rheumatism, font, lnrabao, oiat less canon BriR ht's dlsnssH and dyspepsia In 8 wneks ell tormsof rheumatic disorders in 8 to I weeks relieve, inllnimntitory in 1 dity. (.tan refer to hundreds of relia ble people curod who bnd tried In vain everything else. Purely ootanio. harm less, and nion to 1rink. Ask you druggist to get it ; it he declines send to as for it -uoiDiiitt: elite, tiiiuore, Adams & Co., 105 WiUiamst,N. Y MANHOOD! nr. s tea. neuraiiria. eto. nnm anrea nope- KNOW THYSELF. A Book for Eyery Man I Young, Middle-aged aud Old mint untold miseries that result from lndlsorettoa in early life may be alleviated and cored. Those who doubt this assertion should purchase the new medical work published by the FEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Boston, entitled THE HCIKNCS OF 1.1 FB I OR. NBLK.PK r MBR'ATION. 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TUB SCIENCE OF LIFE; OK, SBL rituHuityATiufl, la beyond all comparison the most extraordinary ' work on Physiology ever published. There ia Both. Ink whatever that the married or single oan aithe require or wish to know but what Is fully explained London Lancet. THE SCIENCE OF I.IFEt OH, BKLF PRESERVATION. J hi a marvel of art and beauty, warranted to be better medical book in every sens than can be ob tained elsewhere for double the price, or th money will be refunded iu every instance. lAuthor. N. B. YOUNG and MlDDLK-AGED MEN oan saws much time, suffering and expense by reading the Science of Life, or conferring with the author. wh may be consulted on all diseases requiring skiu and Jtperience. Address rEABODY MEDICAL, INSTITUTE, or W. II. PARKER, AI. D., 4 Bnlflnoh street, Boston, 01aas 1 4)ElM0Rr3 V a. ax iiop Bitters are) the Purest and Best Bitter Ever Made. 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