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their tonic action on
the digestive organs,
regular and healthy
CURE FEVER HMO AGUE.
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Cars KIDHEY Complaint
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tsa asoat BfaLax Madscal Book fmbliabad.
Ytt Aatftasr is aa nwnaw4 phrwictrnm mf bmr
nan asraABBx, (mm is wil knowmt. and lh mtthem P,
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vain lo those ntAarinff IVmb IsnpaiitMSortbs aTHaa.amrly
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unaVrtbs i4 or -trrvwwLmr r -vnrotiio-
powtan rtsmps lak-a la payment tor as t ol u
rtsmps Ukn la Dayment toraar of iXmbs books.
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and Files. Tha anuill-
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PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
A Talaabl iMfxooTttry
sad lJar Ximmmm ra Mei
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Nw sad seaitiwsJy Bc-
Seminal Wailibuai ss
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mi titt Kei
Oland, aaa uratara, Tha as
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dscs sat Mteribrs wak ika aediaaiy soi
asaaaamf th drain fraaa Iks ayswam. raatoriac tks Blind to
WaJtk sad aoand sMasory. wawiai Um Piaineaa of
bent. Karroos Dabtbty. Ooxxfoalon of Ida. Avar
anon h aaaisxy, vco tia, ass iao apoaawues 01 pi
tOTO Old am asaailv icepaiaaai yistf tkm in sate, aaa
toe aorfect Sexual TLfor, wkara a
mn. x aa aaoaa aa mat
aa to pintiaaty rwutea tost It anil giao sstiafaOTlon.
warwrx wo awrm jan tmm k ass asoa aa twaorsi aaa. wm aaa
ajaowhoaa at wciwwuaia sa aa us tuat. mas m m mmm
ay aaa Moweal I- il l n to a tko awsl ratwosl
aad aasa wsosa onaoka arsv vrtk tkoir aaa i aaa
Mr lew. The Rowedv la set as la seal bob, of tare
Ko. 1. (saoawk to law a atoalkj S3j JTo. , (aaVteat to
sdWctarwwaaeat cawwaaliw ia see nin.l SAt V&m.
wrapasT. Poll DI&JCTIOKS for tolog will
ST. seat av ssil.
flllaatrmttaoa, araack will coaraace tko wost i wlMsl 1
tkat tkev caa aa raatarta to aaraitt said, aad
&sd tor Daati inalew Pawafclrt rivtar Aa
Asnoi far tko oartoa of Ms, saaas as if swvar aawwos. i
Saoa Scaled lor etawo to aa7 oao. aoM OJtXX fcy tkaj
HAHR1S REMEDY COaRPfi CHEWSTS.
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MIRK THESIS FACTS !
Holloway's Pills !
as kssB Ds. HoUowst
I Ota erlsla of sla ee:e-
I snbssrrlSBt to nature
wtOkaT laws. Hke those U
Te tha stsBBSck wa trees eyspep is
I general Sanfttfyi to the Bver, bile.
tha bowela, diar-
.Its ttw Mood, serof.
It aafy the snacra of disease.
ret sisyaisd for this pel sues esa equal
, aa they diva
and awtrrnsttna; tea cause.
l of J. Ratsoos, aa la art fur the Ualtnj
i ansa an of rills and Ointment.
Boxea at as
bis saving by taking the larger
Houowat a Co.. Sew Tors.
Possessed of this BBMTCDT, every man may
be his own Doctor. It may be rubbed into
the system, so as to reach any internal eom
rjlsint; by this means It cures Bores or Ul
cers In the THROAT. 8TOICACH. LIVER,
BPINE, or other parte. It Is an lnfalliblo
Kemody tor BAD LEGS, BAD BREASTS.
Contracted or Stiff Joints, GOUT, RHEUM
ATISM, and all Skin Diseases.
Import ajtt Cxmom. Nona are frenutne
anles . the slmatore of 3. Hatbock, m
agent for the United State, surrounds racb
bos of Pills and ointment. Boxes 3ft cents
82 cent, and SI each.
There is considerable savins; by Ukiug the
larger ic. - -
aamssaaV SaQSaaai -J I rw.Tian'w av t,L.aarrs
amya, aaaasmSeCaXaAaaKa-v - - -fca.
aaapsi 4 wtwt waajavai fJaarwAi
csaal Ssat mi tmm IN acttsw t
taw as apaf.se taflsvoco
sea aw aw at tmr
aaaiw naw, ansa ai sow a pnaamcw saccsas. XrTIXgM ara
too najek sa scribed m tkaao Oaablas, sod, aa aaa caa Soar
waosss to, wets bmt bttla at say sorwsaoat aaos. Taara ia aw
I of rsackiac aad canatf taw vary arevsiest troatoo
Q ksoara to W tao caaoa of aalali wkaara to a waav.
Ezerdss yassaafawsBk a. newer
Joaophy. Te pall down ell akssrd
rational sysssss sn the ratse.
endeavor thteega ltfe. Bes
b rated puis aad otatssssa-
ax her than at vallaam
Jaundice, aad juB tsvan
rueara, dyssatery. eosasipstfOB. pOea.
to the lungs. esuaiesBsctoB,
fula. auany. asm all easoensons
keeping taass arose sad vital tntds 1
we mty saf
the aeuoaof taass fmaand Qpitarl
te the seat of ataiailai
destroy its nftao.
iMPOUTsjrT Oaaiaaj BTiaia
eents. as senta.
fct Wellington (Enterprise.
J. W. HOUGHTON, Publisher.
Eve never was jealous.
A cheap secret one sent.
-Nothing is so good as it seems be
The eves of other folks are the eves
that rain us. -
There is cbanee in everything bnt
an editor's pocket. ff. T. People.
The miser is the great original
chest protector. Tonkert Gazette.
The railroads are bringing in great
quantities of game especially euchre.
PeoDle who give tone to society
rarely give anything else. Waterloo
Sreaking of nantical terms, was
Noah's wife bis first mate Waterloo
Some men cannot rest in any posi
tion so well as when leaning on a bar.
N. T. People.
Sign for a bazar: If yon don't want
what yon see don't ask for it. New
The new style of hats for young
men have a Boston look. They resem
ble inverted bean pots.
One way to let people know that
yon are not going to the poorhouse is
to wear rings outside of gloves. S. Y.
The lightning-rod man must be al
lowed a good profit, for when he sells
out his business be can never get much
for the good wilL
Hoods are coming into fashion
again. Hoops are things to put around
women to keep them from bursting
with vanity. Maratton inaepenaent.
The lancewood cane carried by
Daniel Webster during all the last years
of his life, has just Been presented to
Uovernor Van Zandt, ol Khode island.
We are living at present in the
very arms of tyranny,' exclaims a
western scribe. ' Aha, just been mar
ried, have your Waterloo Observer,
Honor men by their deeds, not by
their cash. In this way the man who
keeps his sidewalk in good repair will
rank above the .President. Tree fYess.
A critic in noticing a discourse on
the "The Sayings and Doings of Great
Men,'' remarks: " It is sad to observe
how much they said and how little they
Down in Maryland there is a black
man who is turning white. Rockland
can match it. The other evening we
saw a white girl turn red. Rockland
An Illinois woman has named her
baby "Pinafore.'' Probably because
she never . WhatP Well, com
paratively seldom. St. Albans Adver
The Boston Courier discovers that
when two young men meet they address
each other as "old man," and that
when two old fellows meet they say
" my boy."
You have seen those chaps whose
handkerchiefs are always full of scents
Such men often have no sense in their
head and very few cents in their pock
ets Whitehall Times.
The Cincinnati Commercial wants
to see railroad travel superceded by
canal transportation, because "canal
boats never run on uie track, and well-
trained mules rarely explode.1'
When a man has toothache he
thinks the pain of four boils would be
a mere trine. When he has one boil he
thinks he could easily stand the aching
of a whole jaw full of teeth. Free
Father "But, Charley, again I
see no improvement in your marks.''
Uhaney " xes, papa, it is high time
that you had a serious talk with the
teacher, or else he'll keep on that way
An exchange has an article on
"How to run a newsoarer." This
should be read only by editors, as every
other person in the world knows just
bow a newspaper ought to be run.
vu vuy JMmcie.
A delicious fruit, which tastes like
custard pie, is being transported from
Peru into southern California. It is
called the chirimoys. and the Peruvians
have a proverb that happiness and
chirimoys once enjoyed can never be
"Why do you make promises,"
exclaimed an irate creditor, "if you
don't expect to keep them" "O,
cheek!" shouted the indignant debtor,
" why do you make goods when you
don't want to keep them? " Hawk-
Proffessor Klinkerfries. of the Ob
servatory of Gottingen. is said to have
invented a telegraphic device by which
eight different messages may be sent
by one wire at the same time, and
printed separately and simultaneously
by means of an apparatus at the receiv
-Proffessor Swing, of Chicago, re
marks that it will be a great mistake
and a great misfortune if the return of
good times shall bring back the old
fervor for prcperty and adventures
which made mortgages among the most
popular things of the day. "Mort
gages," he adds," are a pestilence, and
debts are a regular cholera." Wheeling
The parlor has been rigged up
nice with all the new improvements for
the winter. When Harry comes in
Sunday night he will observe the new
lamp the kind that turns way down
occupies the center table, and the clock
stands on the mantle just over the
lounge, with the alarm set at ten o'clock.
So there need be no mistake about it.
the mirroi has been placed on the op
posite of the room, and the time can be
seen from any part of the lounge. Kate
had a little cry over this arrangement.
but her mother insisted it was the
proper thing, and her father emphasized
it by saying he would bring in his stable
boots Sunday nights and have them
handy to assure Harry that the meeting
must adjourn at the appointed hour.
M. X. People.
The History ef Herat.
Herat is one of the most important
towns in central Asia. It is a great
commercial center, caravan routes con
verging upon it from every quarter of
the compass, ihe same central posi
tion which gives it commercial impor
tance gives it political importance, and
for the last half-century it has occupied
a prominent place in all speculations
regarding the best means of safe-guarding
India against Russian influence. If
ever it was proposed to invade India
from central Asia, the easiest, if not
the only practicable, route for the army
of invasion would be the route which
has been followed by conquering armies
in old times namely, by way of Herat.
The town lies in the valley of the Keri
Rud, to the west of the great Hindoo
Koosh range of mountains, and thus
lies in the way of any enemy desirous
of evading that formidable barrier.
Another of the advantages which Herat
possesses for an invading force is that
the valley of which it is the principal
town is a remarkably fertile tract, - All
tne materials requisite lor the organiza
tion of an army and the formation of
depots are to be found there in abun
dance. The town of Herat is not itself.
in the present state oi its defenses, a
strong place, although the engineering
skill of a young English officer (Lieu
tenant Pottinger) enabled it forty years
ago to withstand a vigorous and pro
tracted siege by a Persian army. It is
surrounded by mud walls, and presents
the form of a square, each side of which
is little less than a mile in length. The
interior is divided symmetrically into
four quarters by four bazaars, or covered
streets, which start from gates placed
each in the middle of one of the four
walled sides, and meet in the center of
the town. Forty years ago the popula
tion was estimated at about forty thou
sand, but it is net believed to be so
large now. Readers of Indian history
know that in the early part of this
century one of the objects of English
policy was to use l ersia as a bulwark
or buffer against Russian aggression,
the fear of which was intensified during
the Napoleonic period by a rnmoreu
alliance between the French Emperor
and the Czar, having for its object a
simultaneous attack upon England in
the east and in the west. Great Britain
cultivated friendly relations with the
Shah, and even lent him English officers
to drill his troops, with the result, it
was said, of making them much less
efficient than if they had stuck to the
discipline to which they were accus
tomed. But when difficulties arose be
tween the Shah and the Czar, British
assistance was not so substantial as the
former had expected, and the conse
quence was that Russian influence bad
become predominant at the court of
Teheran. It was supposed to have
been in obedience to this influence that
Shah Mahomed aimed at the acquisition
of Herat. Russia would certainly not
have objected to seeing so important a
position in the hands of an ally. But,
as chance directed it. Lieutenant Pot
tinger was at the spot with his courage
and his engineering skill, and with his
help Herat stood the siege till Lord
Auckland intervened on behalf of the
English Government, and the Persians
withdrew, leaving Shah Kamran to his
It was probably the attack of the
Persians on Herat that suggested to the
Anglo-Indian Government their first
experiment at establishing a strong
and friendly Afghanistan by setting up
and supporting a prince of English
nomination on the Afghan throne. It
was this event, at least, which precipi
tated that policy toward which the
Anglo-Indian statesmen had been lean
ing after the rupture of cordial rela
tions with Persia. During the con
vulsions which followed that unfortu
nate experiment with Shah Soojah
Herat maintained its independence.
But some ten or twelve years after its
independence was again threatened by
Persia, and the year before the Indian
mutiny England declared war on Per
sia to prevent its becoming an integral
part of that kingdom. The danger of
the absorption of Herat by Persia arose
in this way: The wuzeer of Herat quar
reled with the Ileratee chiefs, and.
finding himself powerless to maintain
his authority for himself, appealed to
Persia for help, and made a tender of
his allegiance to the Shah. This tender
the British Uovernment would not
allow the Shah to accept, and a con
vention was agreed to in January, loos.
by which Persia undertook not to send
troops to Herat unless it were menaced
from Candahar or CabuL The relations
between Persia, Herat, and eastern
Afghanistan remained uneasily under
this convention for three years, in
March, 1856. the Persians took posses
sion of Herat. Soon after there was a
popular rising, and the Persians were
driven out of the city. Then there was
another rising, and a new Governor
chosen by the Heratees while the Per
sians were at the gates of the city.
rinaiiy this new uovernor, despairing
of assistance from Dost Mohammed or
from India, surrendered Herat to the
Persians. The last event took place in
October, 1856, and some six months
afterward the Persians were compelled.
by the persuasion of an English expedi
tion, to restore Herat to its tndeiend
ence. It remained for six years under
the independent rule of Ahmed Kahn.
Tho last act of Dost Mohammed Kahn
was to undertake an expedition by
which Herat was added to the dominions
of the Ameer of Afghanistan. It will
thus be seen that Herat has not long
Wen part of the dominions ruled from
Everybody has heard the old story of
the pious, but thrifty grocery man who
was accustomed, each morning, before
the opening of the store to customers,
to interrogate his assistant or appren
tice on the subject of a task he was set
to accomplish, "bam," the grocer.
would ask: "iiave you put water in
the whisky, sand in the sugar and
gravel in the coffee?" Then, on re
ceiving a satisfactory reply from Sam
Uome in to prayers." This was in
the good old times when an honest
storekeeper sought to add to his profits
on goods by increasing their weight
and volume by the addition to them of
certain articles which would exercise
no deleterious influence on the health
of the consumer, even if they depleted
his pocket, water did not entirely de
stroy the virtue of the whisky in those
good old times, while the sand remain'
ing undissolved in the bottom of the tea
cup did no actual harm to the drinker;
and the gravel stones were sure to be
picked out of the coffee by a careful
housewife before it was ever prepared
for the table. Adulteration in other
articles of prime consumption was un
known, and as a consequence our
grandfathers were a sturdy, solid, hard
working, hard-drinking set of old fel
lows, to whom dyspepsia was unknown
and delirium tremens almost an impos
To-day we live in a different age.
The chemist, whose earliest essays in
bis occult science were devoted to the
effort to transmute base metals into
gold, has at last found means, meta
phorically speaking, to accomplish this
by transforming vile and most unwhole
some substances into the necessary con
stituents of our daily bread. When we
consider that dangerous drugs and un
clean garbage can be made into the
semblance of every article consumed
for food by human beings, and that
these factitious products and spurious
alimentary substances, with all their
unwholesomeness, are so ingeniously
Itrepared that they can deceive the
udgment and defy the investigation of
any save experts, it will be understood
how harmful are the arts, and how
great the greed for dishonest gains.
that can procure the prostitution of
science to this base business.
The arts of food adulteration have
been brought to so high a state of in
genuity and skill that we cannot be
sure that anything we eat and drink is
not the product of factitious and dis
honest processes. Our bread is made
of flour.of wheat ground with alum to
whiten the product and to disguise the
flavor of mold and incipient decay. A
further addition of alum and saleratus
to make it rise, completes the unwhole
someness of uie stan of life. Dam
aged grain, treated with sulphuric acid
and muriate of tin develops an abun
dant product of glucose, technically
grape sugar, which is largely used to
mix with cane sugars, and for the man
ufacture of sirups which have been
largely sold under the attractive names
of " gold and silver drops," and which.
unless made with the nicest care and
most scientific accuracy, are highly
The manufacture of spurious butter
or oleomargerine is so extensive and the
bogus article enters so largely into con
sumption, that it is safe to say there are
few people in cities who do not, some
time or other spread it on their drugged
bread. Beef tallow, fresh brains and a
certain proportion of genuine milk are
tne cniex constituents oi tots largely
used lubricator of the wheels of diges
tion. Those same constituents treated
by different processes present us with
a portion at least, of the delicious
cream cheeso with which we are wont
to sooth an irritated stomach or refresh
a fevered palate. As for milk he is a
clumsy and ignorSnt operator who pro
poses to cheat the public with chalk
and water, wnen mere are sucn aen
and eloquent processes for its fabrica
tion. Some of them would deceive
"old brindla" herself.
When we come to our brandies.
whiskies, gins, wines, beers and the
like, we are stupified at the bare men
tion of the poisonous drugs we pour
down our throats. We surely ought to
be iron clad and copper lined to bear
up nnder such an infliction. If we only
bad their alcoholic elements to contend
with, all would be well, but alcohol is
too costly to waste in such beverages,
therefore lack of it must be made up
by hot and fiery substances like capsi
cum. To give the liquor a fine bead a
mixture of olive and oil of vitriol is
added, while to make it heady and stim
ulating to the brain, paradise seeds and
coculus indicus, or fish berries are used.
A little Irish moss gives a smooth and
oily feeling in the moutb, and then
comes the delicate business of flavoring
the liquor. If it is to be brandy, a prop
er quantity of the poisonous oil of
cognac is dissolved in sweet spirits of
nitre and the mixture added to the lu
bricated brandy to suit the taste. Other
flavors are used for whisky, gin and
the rest. A little creosote, which is a
poison, gives the smoke flavor to Scotch
and Irish whiskies.
These details may be tiresome to the
general reader, but it is important the
people should know them. Before a
danger can be guarded against, its ex
istence and character must be known.
When the people know the poisons that
are lurking in their daily food they will
understand why disordered digestion
and all the long catalogue of stomach
diseases are ravaging the health and
destroying the constitutions of them
selves and their neighbors, and wny a
drug store one very corner and a doctor
in every block are necessary, iney
will also learn that there ought to be a
regular inspection of all food articles
provided for by law, and competent
chemists employed to examine all such
commodities offered for sale, with legal
provision for the punishment of all who
sell adulterated 'and deleterious food
and drink. We have market inspection
and inspectors to examine and pass up
on animals slaughtered for food. Why
not, also, inspectors of grocery goods
and the stocks of liquor stores? A law
that would severely punish the selling
of impure and poisonous beverages
would do more good in reforming pub
lic health and morals than all the tem
perance societies that ever were or will
be known. A sound mind must inhabit
a sound body; but it is impossible to
have health and vigor in either mind
or body that is fed on poisons. JV. T.
The Little Big Horn.
John Laefarr, a tall, fine-looking
young Frenchman, with hair perfectly
white, which strangely contrasts with
a face so young, was pointed out to an
Independent reporter last week. He is
employed on Charles D. Hard's ranch,
a few miles from town. Although his
hair is white he is only twenty-five
years old, is compactly built, and stands
about six feet high. He left Fort Lin
coln in 1875 as a packer for Custer's
little band, which rode to their death
that bright summer's day on the Little
Big Horn. When the fight began the
pack train was three miles distant and
was attacked by the Indians. The
packers were seven in number, and
were immediately scattered. Only one
escaped John Laefarr. The instant
after the attack the horse which he rode
was shot dead. Another horse, without
saddle or bridle, stood close by, and
Laefarr noosed a rope, placed it in the
horse's mouth, jumped upon his back.
and started at a full gallop. I he firing
and yelling were ceaseless. Laefarr
had only rode a few yards when he was
shot through the neck; a bullet plowed
his cheek, and the Indians were fast
closing in and heading him off. An
other bullet struck him in the thigh.
lie killed the nearest Indian, but it was
no time to linger, for he was headed off
on both sides, and a deep, yawning
Erecipice, twenty feet wide, was before
im. The desperate boy headed for the
chasm, preferring death there to death
at the bands of the Indians, urging
his horse to his highest speed, he made
the fearful leap, and cleared the gap,
but the noble horse fell dead a few
yards from the precipice, riddled with
bullets. John crawled from under him,
and as he started to run was shot in the
body. Half a mile distant was a belt
of timber, whose friendly shelter he
was seeking. Barefooted, weak and
faint from loss of blood, and the bullets
raining after him, the boy kept on with
all the speed he could over the prickly
pears and sharp-pointed stones. The
Indians stopped on the other side of the
precipice, and the boy succeeded in
making the timber. Here he laid three
days without food or water, and very
weak from the loss of blood. The fourth
morning he got up and attempted to
walk, but only walked fifteen or twenty
feet when he fell down exhausted.
Three Crow Indians saw him as he fell.
made signs and started toward him, but
he did not know a Crow from a Sionx,
and emptied his revolver at them. The
Crows finally came up and took him to
Reno's command. Arriving there the
boys told him his hair was white, but
he did .not believe them until a mirror
was procured, and he was appalled to
find that his hair, which, five days be
fore, was as black as a raven s wing,
was now white as snow. He was taken
on a steamboat to Fort Lincoln, where
he remained five monthsin the hospital.
and, finally recovering, drifted into
Montana. Helena (Montana) Inde
A Terrible Death.
In 1809 Charles L. Smith left Car
thage, having received the appointment
of American Consul to Russia, with res
idence in a city on the Amoor River, in
Siberia. He left in the summer, ac
companied by his wife, whom he left
with relatives in Chicago. Arriving in
San Francisco he learned that the last
of the trading-boats had left for the
season. Being anxious to reach his
destination, as ne intended engaging in
the fur business, he took passage on a
ship bound for Uong-nong, Ubina,
where he hoped to engage passage and
reach his destination quicker than by
waiting lor tne return oi tne traders.
Arriving at Hong-Kong he became ac
quainted with a member of a New York
firm, who offered him a chance to en
gage in business. He would not en
gage then, but pushed on as fast as
possible to his destination, where he
arrived inm the spring of 1870. He re
mained several months, and, not being
suited with the business or country, he
returned to Hong-Kong and accepted
the offer before made to him.
Five men, including Smith, went on
a trading expedition into the interior
of the southern part of China, where
they were successful, and amassed
They returned to the coast on their
homeward journey and engaged a Chi
nese junk to take them to Hong Kong.
When far out from tho mainland the
crew of the junk mutinied, robbed
their passengers and placed them on a
desert island, with neither food nor
drink. It was not long before starva
tion stared the unfortunate men in the
face. For several days 'they had sub
sisted on a few berries they found on
the island. Those were gone, and no
ship had come to the rescue. When at
last they could stand hunger and thirst
no longer, they cast lots to see who
should die. The lot fell on Smith, who,
before being put to death, requested
that his companions should never let
his wife know of the manner of his
death, if they were fortunate enough to
return to America, lie was then put
to death and eaten by his companious.
A short time thereafter the men were
rescued by a passing ship and came to
America to New Tork, where they re
ported Smith dead, none at the time
but the members of the firm knowing
the manner of his death. Two years
ago a gentleman who had been in cor
respondence with Smith during his life
time, called on the New York firm and
demanded the particulars. At first
they refused, but afterward decided to
tell him providing be would keep it
from Mrs. Smith. The promise has
been kept. Mrs. Smith died in Chicago
about two weeks ago, ignorant of the
manner of her husband's death. The
story comes to us direct, and from such
good authority that we are forced to
believe it. Carthage (N.Y.) Republican.
Attacked by an Eagle.
We are in receipt of a letter from C.
Wieland, Esq., Auditor of Lake County,
dated the 3d inst., of which the follow
ing is the substance:
Yesterday afternoon, while little Au
gust Barr, aged seven years, was play
ing with his sisters one hve years old
and the other three and a half near by
his father's house, an enormous eagle
pounced down upon them, throwing
the two girls to the ground. It imme
diately attacked the younger one,
grasping one of the child's arms with
the claws of one foot, while the claws
of the other foot were deeply buried in
the child's face, and it attempted to
carry the child off, but was prevented
by its struggles. Little August, seeing
that he could do nothing with bis own
hands to help his sister, ran quickly in
to the house, cot the butcher knue and
came out and whacked away at the
eagle's legs, cutting one of them se
verely near the foot, whereupon the
savage bird let go of the little girl and
attacked the boy, knocking him over,
tearing his pants, and giving him some
severe scratches. In the meantime the
screams of the children brought out
their mother, whereupon the eagle flew
off to the barn, en which he sat, and
looked as though he would like to re
new the contest should a favorable op
portunity offer itself; but he stayed
there a little too long for his own good,
as Joe Betzler. a neighbor, was called.
who took down his gun and shot this
great " emblem of American freedom,"
and his eagleship, when killed, was
found to measure seven feet from wing
tip to wing-tip.
The little girl who had this remark
able encounter is very badly scratched,
but not seriously hurt. Duluth Tri
A Plea for Bacon.
Col. F. D. Curtis writes to the Uevo
York Tribune: I want to urge upon
farmer readers idea of curing their
pork into bacon, and keeping some of
it for their own tables and making a
home market for such as they can spare.
If they will have it on their own tables
people unused to it may find out its
value as a staple article of meat, and a
little sold in town will prepare the way
for more demand another year. The
truth is. the public as a body in the
north, do not know anything about ba
con, and it is time they did. fork has
started in our local market at $6 per
hundred, and will probably run down
within two months to $-1. What non
sense it is for farmers to force their
pigs upon such a market. Many of
them will do it and get rid oi their pigs,
and because their families do not like
pork (pickled pork) they will buy beef
iatteneo in xexas or uoioraoo. i nis
is a sort of economy which is largely
practiced in this vicinity. If the pigs
should be killed when they weigh about
one hundred pounds, and the entire
sides with all the lean left on be made
into bacon, the farmer can have in
store as nice meat and as palatable as
any beef he may buy, and for the sur
plus he may realize a price which will
compensate him for his gain and trou
ble. With the sides made into bacon
a pig can be turned into good account.
The hams and shoulders make the best
food, and cost the possessor no extra
pronts which he has to pay over and
above the cost of the beef, besides the
freight. In other words, when a farm
er buys beef be pays more than twice
the cost of the meat to the producer.
and when he cures his own pigs into
hams, shoulders, bacon and lard, and
sells them to the consumer direct, he
makes the profit others make out of
him when he sells his pigs at the pork
price, 9 4 per cwt.
When he sells his pork and buys beef.
he loses both ways, and if the extra
nriftfl he navs for his beef over his Dork
was subtracted from the price of his
pork he would really get nothing tor
it, but when he fits it for food so that
it takes the place of the beef and he
does not buy it, he reallv doubles its
value and trebles it, as beef retails at
an average of more than twelve cents a
pound. Pigs must not be extra fat to
make the best of bacon, ano tne spare
rib lean must bo left on the ribs, the
bone must be cut out, and the sides cut
square and smooth; the trimming can
be made into sausage or go with the
fat into the lard. The first six months
is the most growing age for a pig, and
at this age they are suitable for the
purpose. After that they begin to get
too thick and fat. Bacon may be cured
the same as hams and shoulders, only
it does not require so long salting.
Usually the salt is rubbed on the pieces.
and they are piled up for a few days to
let it strike through. Three rubbings
are enough. It should never be allowed
to freeze during the curing, and if
frozen it must be thawed out by soak
ing in water. Bacon will take in salt
enough, unless the sides are very thick,
in three weeks, when it is reany to be
smoked. After smoking it may be hung
in a dry, cool place or packed in dry
salt or in tight boxes. It is always
ready for use, and a rasher of good
bacon is a treat for breakfast or any
meal. As a side dish it has no superior.
It may be broiled in dainty bits or fried
in more generous slices. It is excellent
to flavor chickens or stews, and for a
staple meat is far preferable to pork.
The black and red Berkshire pigs make
the best bacon, as they have more lean
meat mixed with the fat, the red being
the best of the two, as they retain more
than the others the old characteristics
of the Berkshire breed, not having been
made so fine and thick in the body by
the so-called improvements.
A Word of Correction.
Interested and unscrupulous parties have
been circulating the rumor that Dr. Pond's
Cancer Hospital at Aurora, Illinois, had been
closed. Not only is there no truth in the
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of sufferers are seeking aud finding relief un
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Doctor and his assistants. No institution
west of New Tork possesses the advantages,
and at the same time gives the promise of
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XiATB OS JBBSBT CtrT.
Tha Best Remedy Known to Kan!
Dr. Clark Johnson navlng associated btmsen wltbR
i.---. .n - n Mdlm lnn a alara to -
Wakametkla. the medicine man of the Comanehes. Is
now prepared to lend his aid In tbe Introduction of the
wonderfid remedy of that tribe.
The experience of Mr. Eastman being smllarto that
of Mrs. Cbas. Jones sod son. of Washington Cmirti,
Iowa, an account ot wnose sunennns we iiiiuwy
narrated tn the Ifew York Brrald al Dec 15th. 1878,
the farts of which are so widely known, and so nearly
parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Easunana as.
periencea will be given here. They are, bowe.erpua.
ILihed In a neat volume ef 800 pages, entitled Bevsa
and Nine Tears Among tbe Comanehes and ApaeheSj
of which mention will be made hereafter. Sufflcs It te
say that for several years Mr. Eastman, while a captive,
was compelled ra gather the roots, gums, barks, herbs
ana uerriea oi wnicn euamrwi.. njwui.
made, and fa still prepared lo provide mo sum. w
terlals for the successful Introduction of the medicine
tn the world ; and assures tbe public that the remedy IS
tne same now as wnsn wisanwis ammwaiw w-
Wakametkla, the Medicine Men,
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nas been taken away. It Is without doubt the BssTPt
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It regulate, the Bowels.
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It prsaiaua DirmUsa.
IB Neau-iahea. Streaatheatf atxsal larvta
ItTrrtee aft She aid Mwesl aad aiakn
'("pens the poree at the a fatal, sub txv
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Mood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas aad sal
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1 here are no siitrlte employed In its manuf acture, ana
ft can be taken uy tne most delicate babe, or by the
sgsd and feeble, ears sal asina muirH ia affrallaa
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The Incidents of the massacre, briefly narrated ara
distributed by ageota. vaxs of charge.
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Price ef Small Bottles -' - .60
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TESTIMONIALS OF CUBS
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
ATHVNS, Athens County. Ohio
JJesf ie-I was troubled for s long tune with Dys
sepals and Indigestion, snd It was only when I took
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. Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
FintyiT. Highland County, Otim.
Dear ff ft" This Is to certify that your IsiaUasi
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Dyspepsia ana indigestion.
vtisn l.tOTf. Brte County. Ofasa.
Iov Sir I was troubled with Dyspepsia aad Indlgss.
Sou. and there were but few kinds of food that my stom
ach would bear at alL By advise of a friend I eona
meaeed using your Indlast Blood Hyrwp. and la
e Bbert time I began to Improve womlerfully, my appe
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Neuralgia ef the Head.
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Aar r-I bsve taken your excellent XasUaai
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The Right Remedy at Last.
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Bear Sir 1 have been in poor health for seven years,
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eonkl they glTeme any relief. I was advised to try your
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Ai Excellent Medicine.
SFBrreariBU), Clarke County, Ohio.
TJaav- Sw-Thls fa to cerufv that nnr rndl..
as. naa oeaieu some very n-oumeeome
y Xryalpelaa. I consider It an excellent
sua. J. KAUI.ua
Highly Recommends It
SBiracA vhxb, (J-aensey County, Ohio,
Dew SfrTour excellent Indlast Bleed Syrss
ass dons Bse mora good than nftf dollars worth of other
Bsedletne. It ass also lellsvsd Mrs. Fred, who had
MARX U POPHAM.
Best Medicine Ever Used.
truthfully sav at
B Is s remarkable blood purifier, and should be used by
all suffering with any diaeaea arising from an Impure
stale of the
. m. wnxxft
Snre Cnre for Dysprpsla.
Humsvusi n. Columbiana Co., Ohio, March 14, 79.
Dmxr dap Tola to to certify that I have used your
adiaua Blood Syrap for Dyspepsia and In
digestion, and have never found any medicine to give
equal satiafactlon. I would not bs without il
All that it Is Recommended to Be.
Dbtumcb, Defiance County, Ohio. April 5, 179.
Vmr Sir Thta Is tn certify that 1 have used your
Iaalaa Bleed 8yrap In my family, giving It to
tbe youngest ss well as the oldest, a lady seventy years
sf age. I never knew It te fail In curing any disease
that It was raoom m ended to cure.
UBS. DZLOTIA SPBOIIJ.
An Excellent Family Remedy.
MAaoxrifU, Portage County, Ohio, April IT, 187S
rrnTStrTMn ft to certify that I have used your
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six years, snd hare nerer know It to fall In giving tbe
estred reliet 1 have cured the ague with It when all
ether medicines had tailed. I can eotuUently noonv
msnd U ss an Infallible lamily remedy.
For Heart Olsease.
Tnrron, Oallla Ootmty, Ohio,
Dmr Vfr I was afflicted with Heart Disease for a
aumoer or years, snd at times felt It sercrety; urea
many remedies, all of which proved worthless ex-eps
your IadIaaBlaad Brr... which I would advlaa
to try was are suSsrlnc from rtlieiare at similar