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TonnorUl Tnrmrnt -A Ntgry of Ilurlirrlittii, Kwry wtin who Inn Iwn In a lmrluT shi-p lm pr-iwu tuui'l! ir wltlt tii Miitniri.-il ni;t!ft' ,ln ami n.-ivutype'l "Vmi if.f, air." WIkmi - mi ro:.l tim fi !'.: win;; . perl'Vi.'ii '" ' j.'.'iitk'iii'in In r-intili (.'.irnilni w rxiu'i i.':!'''1 w 1" tin) .a :n M lir.i' si i fi eri?.! tln Muni K'il.-'1' 1 lr,'. r Citr'P' s i'ii'otyiH-1 fM'l I'M'itlon to tlio i;iw couut In liN '.:.. will it iVH ii r.e.v iml IH'Cullur Mc!llciin'(f. Komi, ntnl ri-nnMii. Iwr what t-Mlo In cas you slioi'M Irivn a blinilur uafortunntd f.'.pcrli't.ce. Terry writes: . ItKiimii.f.K, X. V.t March 13. l T. Gentleman 1 lmJ liarliers'sltch furthive Kiontlis. The t-ruptlim on my f.ice was very Imd. 1 ouM mt shuv itt all. I tk a course of S. S. S. ami It completely curcnl me. Today my bkln Is ttmootii nnd emu Flexion denotes good blood. T. N. Tkiihv. The rily Murwlml or luk.i, Mlrnt. The gontlH.ivm wU sent u the follow In!? certillcutt U the City Mirslni nf Iuku, MUs, mid U a mm of hi zh 'luir;ii'W imd prominently l;'wu tliioti'aout the Stat.. His sou liiul suirered Intently for yours from an eruption of the ki:, caused by K)lson oik. AM remedies, It appeared, failed, until, foitimately, (. S. S. wms tried, when the cure Was made with wonderful promptness, Hero ii Wit it the jreiitlemau 8HVi: (';.Mitlem;"i "Iy s in !i m su!I -red f r V.v paiit six yea.-s witu an e:u;i:l i:i mi liN 1-i's. cinis;u lr nil ;i iiso:i oak ami ciai !:!; :; "f the teet. J.itul:: :u ' ! t flu .ll.-ate the poison from the ,UukI u.itil 1 t: tve him : Ii itth ot S-itt's Speri.l1. Tuis cti.i ri-ly cured him. utnl 1 h;"iiii!y lecn'.u in'mi H to the i-mhlie ;ii a suv.i-ure lor p.u-'.n mi;. Ti"itU( ia Jllo.id arjd bi;iu Disease i milled free. Tin: Si.'-T Si'mKrc Co., Dtrwar 0 At lanta c.i. -- -- .Miss loili;e I.im-s I'rvo. Monies, 11!., .Sept. Id Contrary to all expect aliens, tli'-- crand jurv (mlity tnuer.n' the release of JUis Smi'iiIi II. Iixk'? und her ImndMiieu. Cotitinry to nil other cal culations, too, no liallot was taken until y& teiday, hud one liaiint was all tliat was taken. It it-suited i.i a vote of live for finding h true liill against Mi.ss Dode, and t'i?ht'tn against n hill. TL-ere is o islder sitile rejoicing iniici)'.r ltsr friemis here. This will prolially he'tlie last th:;t wi'l lie heard in the crimiiml courts of the mys terious (-lio:!iig of Culnnt-l V. S. Uahcock, at (.iaidiit-r, m August L't). It is lielieved thi;t Lis friends will" let the matter lircp. To dream of a j liderous whale, Kie;t en the ti; !' hij t:d!, J i ti.e of a stoim I If t!ie featlit r is warm Vnleis it bi-i uld happen to fail. Dreams don't nmc.vmt to niiu h, anyhow, fjome hi;:r, however, are iiilaiiili'.e. If you are i:ou.t:pa:..-d, w ith no pp't:te, t(.r tun.'d vit!i i-ick hnu'.acho ai.d biiicif.; symptcms. these .--imis indicate tliat v u need Ir. l'ioce's lJi a.-.u.t l'ur?:itive jvl lets. Th:y wiil euro .m. All ii iiL'ists, TliO i(.nthiti Ti mis is una!)!" to jvreeivo wliy the coi'iniittee iu chars.' of t!i ar rangements for the Constitiitioii-il Cetiteu uial should linvd i-electsil Mr. Gladstone, to lepreseut J;:Iatnl on sticli an occasion Home rule is so easy :i key to the riddle that even tho lory organ miglit have JounJ it. Moreover, it is natural toraireecoun try to sympatliio Willi tli tippress?d against the oppressors, it is also approprl ate to give recognition to the greatest man if n foreign laud, as .Mr. Cladstnun Is in hngland, neyond comparison or dispute. iVce York Star. A ov l IteU "While 1 nm cot a betting man, sr.ld P.. I. Cheney, of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., 1 consiuereu It my religious duty to make tliat fellow a bet. You see he was about dead, and guers he would have died bo lore spring, if 1 had not of got him on the bet. You know some men had rather lose their life than lose a hundred; well, he was one of that kind, and we botli came near being out, but I saved my hundred and it only cost him ten dollhis. How's that? He sent for me oi.e day and said tiie doctors had all given him up to die, with the catarrh. I told him that I would bet him if 100 that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure him or I would give him $100 If it failed. lie took the latter proposition. This was three months ago; you tee how he looks n')v, don't you, as well as any one, and a dandy. Ameri'mi, Toledo, (.. A Kciuui'kabli' Ormvili. The many friends of Messrs. Montgom ery Ward Cv Co., formerly at 2'27 and 2:Jl) Wabash Av., Chicago, will be glad to know that the rapid growth of their business has forced them to remove from Wabash Ave. to 111, 113 and 111 Ml.'higan Ave., where they have purchased a magnificent build ing, the .' Honrs of which they will oc cupy exclusively. Those seven "floors are each 100x1(1.1 feet, aggregating nearly 130, 000 uare feet (above : acres) of floor sur face. The new quarters will enable them to handle their large business to the better advantage of their thousands customers. Fifteen years ago Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co. occupied but one room and tliat only 31x10 feet. The enormous growth of t!.:eir business during those fifteen years can only be explained by the fact that they sell direct to consumers, supplying all their wants, and tiec.r misrepresent any article. The success of this house proves the old saying, that "Honesty is the best policy," and from this policy they never deviate. The Fall catalogue issues by Messrs. Mont gomery Ward o; Co. ought to bs in every family. Dr. rdgel'W's stomach and liver pills are superior to all others. Trice 3' c. of K. Y Griggs. The favorite Indictment of the President at present by the organs is in two counts That he is hostile to the veterans of the war; that he take? counsel with such "rabid free traders" as Scott, Carlisle and JSiugerly. Tho easily ascertainable facts that the President has given tiie most sub stantial evidence of friendliness to the vet erans, and that neither S.iott, Carlisle, Sin gerlytior anybody else who has the Pres ident's ear is a tree trader, are not consid ered as seriously aiT.-ctlng the chsnre, by tho3e who prefer it. Vitiligo , rtlil. Got he lw.-tt or Hie IJodor. W. F. 1'eyer, CarrettsvUlo, Ohio, savs: "My wife has been troubled with Catarrh a long time, but have, with what remedies we had, and what the doctors could do, kept the upper hand If it until this fU, when everything lailed. Ur throat wit. raw as far as one co-aid see, with an inces sant cough, when I ine,ted my doiLu In a bottle of your Papiilh n Cita-rh Cure as a last resort. To-day e) e is fre f o a couab. throat all healed and entirely cured."' Papillion (extract of flax) C tarrh Cire ef fects cures when all otte s fx I. Lure bottles $1, at T. E. Garen Cr jj stwe. There it Tery little serf bathlnj in Ru. la. A Orleans Ptoyunt. The bt rii,vlelnn Out.lune. J.A.Crawford sty: "I have livl tli w..it foru of Kc.emn two years ami Mml no relief from .ir.e of nur lt p'.;v. !ciir:s who have mule this iilse.w a rpecl oty. 1 was persuaded t try l'ap'lliM (extrai t" of H '.). 'I'll" relief I n-lidved was like aclmim and I am Weil. I toink I'tpiilioii one of the lileiii.'s of the nu'e." Try r.ipillh ii (ex'nu't of tl ix) Skin Cure when all others fail. Large bottles $1. at T. V.. (.iupeu CVn Druj: btore. "Tho refusd of tUaU. A. K. to march under tho portiait tf tho President at Wheeling, and the possibility of a !mllar demonstration at tSt. Louis U outrageous It Bnvors of mutiny. As coinmimder-ln-chief of the army of this republic, we owe him our loyalty us soldiers." Such were the wordd with which (Seneral Whipple cut short a discussion of the Tretldent's attitude toward tho (?rand Army, in the council of a imlnlstratloii of that body at New York. A plain truth Miom-itlc, In fact; yet one which many misguided per mius cannot or will not see. Is it inability or perversity which refuses? i'liiciijn I U raid. a An I : i 1 In llofte IMwnrd Miej'ar'l, of Hurriburg, 111., fivs: 'Having received so iiiiie'i lioiiefit from I'.leelrio Uitiris, I IV-1 it my la:y to lei sal li'i iu; hutaaaiiy know il. Have had a run- l.ill f i.ri (111 10 V 11"' fir yearM !IIV ileo- 'tor.itiill mo 1 W'Mil'l h iv in Ii ive t!r.' Imiie j scrap:. I or Joe U 4 atnpuia.ed. I ued in. I .-lead. t'ir-e b 1 1 ; 1 r - of iM.'i '.l ie Itliiers and seven Iioaim l'.ackl.'n's Araici alve, and J my h'.T is iiw .v .souii'l and va-il." j "i;ici lrie V'' r avu sol I at t'.:':y cents n l-i(:e, and I'iiv l.b'a's Arisen .ilvo at '. "e. per box by !. I.-ivr-ianx, Ti.fi gns well on the George Wcr.d'd place, a few inih-s west of Mendota, of which we mado mention last week, was bored by C. i. Johnson, of 1'iinceton. After !!.""thg a good water wvll at a dnpth of 3:i0 f ct, he bored two more hoh-s some 3,000 feet eu-t of this urd strr.'k gas in both at a depth of t:S fe.-t, but the water Interfered. He then moved 3') r ds fur ther east, and at a little less than 300 feet struck the large vein of gis referred to. It was again gauged lift Thursday, and showed th extraordinary pressure -t 30 pounds to the t-ipiio-e Inch. Mr. Wemiel has s-ruck it rich. He will, without delay, pipe the gas into his house, and will have enough to sp.'.re t: light the whole ol this city, l'n.ni this and our own gas well of near'v the same pressure, in the First Ward, Mendota should cerb.inly io't an li'nui'iiir.t supi'lv for all purpose?. Men i"tt: .'.,' .Vr. . .;oil IN'-oilts !?t DwryC'itse. 1. A. Ih aih'onl, w holcsiilo paper dealer of ')iatiun:4, Term., writes that lie was strioii'ly allHotel with a sovern cold that st ltled on lii-J lilies: had tried many rente, die uilliout tiori. Ii t . iteiiir induced to try lr. King's New Di.'envery for (.'elision lion, did so ari l was eutirily cured by the use of a fi '.v liottirs. ISinoe which thai' he lios u-x-.l it in his family lor all t'ouirhs ami Colds iih the ise-if ie -tilts This is I !e ox juo-ioneo of t lions ni'ls whose lives have been saved by i his tt'o'iitivfiil lii.-onvery. Trial liottlis free at I). Lorriaui's lrc2 Store. , Largo bottles !?1. The famous sleeping woman of Joliet has woke up. Her name is Mrs. Heberr. She was placed in the St. Joseph's Hospi tal, April 3.1, having been taken January 31 with a type of disease known as cata lepsy, a form of insanity with stupor. The physicians did everything for her that could be done, but without benefit to her. About two weeks ago she came out of her comatose condition, Bince which time she hns temalned noisily awake. She has been keeping up a constant chattering, varied by fcinging aloud. She made so much noise In the hospital that other patients were disturbed, and there being no hope of doing her any good, she was feat to the Kankakee Insane Asylum. The people as a mass seldom make mis takes. This accounts for t lie large devnund for Dr. Uigelow's Posiiive (Bcugli) Cure. It has givm such perfect satisfiiction tliat some drupgists oiler an imitation on which they make a larger profit. liewaro of both the imitation and the dnsraist, both will cheat. you. The genuine is so?i by 11. V. Griggs and will promptly and satoly cure cjiijIis, colds, and all throat and lung diseases Price, 50c. Ransom Items- Miss Jessie Samuels, of Marseilles, was in town Sunday. Mr. Vronnor, who has been vlsitlnc with her mother, Mrs. Gnrdrn, returned to her home in St. bonis today. 1 he dance iu the rink, r inlay night, was great success. There will be another dance on the 3:!rd inst. Hall's Orchestra. from Ottawa, will furnish the music. Miss M iry keeley and Miss Nellie I)ee- gan went to I'on'lae, Sunday, where they win attend school. Gilbert Folk was among the excur I n- ists in the recent trip to the Mississippi. A load ol young folks from Bluckstone were in town, Saturday night, to hear the l'enfecost li ;nu. Mr. Samson is in tiie Santa Fe office here receiving instructions from V. K.Jackson. Prof. Lan?. of Ottawa, was in town Tuesday evening. We hope the professor will visit us often, and dare say he will he cordially received in musical circles. -Mr. John Ilisruins lias purchased rrank Richard's place in town, paying $1,000 for it. e are clad to hear that Mr. Hiiri'ins will he a resident of the place, lo iss Josie Lane is teaching school iu District Mo. 1. A cr-wd of Seneca folks were over, on Tuesday night, at the Pentecost meeting. 1 hey left town siniriug like " Warblers of the Wild wood," and saying they would be saved. All rli:lit; if that crowd passu through the "Pearly Gat ?s," the rest of maukind need not fear about future hap piness. Miss Ala KVelly, Mary Crowley, and John Crowley visited with Hansom rela tives, last wrk. We presume, in the here after, it will nut be to visit relatives John wiil come. Mr. Henry Fet.er writes to fiiend, from California, haying he does not like the State very well. Mr. M. J. Lane reached home yester day, after spending a week around West Point and Aberdeen, Mississippi, lie says the piohibition element is getting ipiite strouf down there. Tho people are Mrlct observers ot the Sabbath, swear less than thflr northern brothers, and know bow to entertain their visitors. Violet. Americans are t.rcaking uown und?r hih pressure application to business nod duties t the desk; tliey are losing nerve force. Dr. Jones' llcl Clover Toaic restores lost nerve force by supplying food for the nerve tissues, n l by its gentle apemtive action re. moves all restraint from the secretive organs, hence, curing ail diseases of the stomach, liver and kidneys E. V. Griggs will supply th genain Red Clover Toais at j0 esats a it's. NYE AND COLOROVA A f'(lT roui'ilovlor.p.t ; tittrmnn of J'w Vrl4 A OiliT nf "Two Slfi-" 'I'll. it m Jriitit! 'y Arrepte.l A Sifi cli liy C'o'iirow Ttial i'ron-il I ul.il to Ills Il.ij'li.'. Sli.i,i;;rii l.i.r, , UK roe. tit ruction on y'ij ti. . 1'n t of v;i;i..!:i ' " .. '. v i il. V i...i;.'v., I'uuo ' a ';." I:.i.hitli liutteii uml (f''sj4 '-'JiJ f.S hir presui!iithe to . OlOV nul vigiluiu-e i the price of tlovernment land on tiie frontier. Sig. I'olorow is of In dian parentage and his lineage, nucha U I, is very long. Hi ancestors, says Kill Nye, in the New York WorU, runs back as far ua th earliest dav. a of the Christian era. They claimed the land extending iu a southerly dire.-tion from the North I'olo.und tee:ned to i-oore the f.u-t that ii had been sold for tae:. The Indian lias always becu in favored repive!itatioti without, taxation, uml t'olor.iw has believed in a cainiuunity of jrrub, allowiii',' the whim man to return u controlling iuiere.d in e.numoii, we. -browed toil. II ha elwa., s be. a w'.iloi:: to divide hi. Inva 1 r..ii th I'lire-face. lie has oiT red, time mid a, Mia. t KV, ;u'' bread tli a', v.as s.uV.au sweat, wade he to il; :i:-i t !i it to op':' r bi'ca I ! hat 1 a ti.iu sir. '.vs a il. ii.-.ivr.i t .: Colon y Ii.- 'r y be.' peeple of N ft !i.e:.ti'i .! I ' l.'ta'u and Smith, r i V.' M'-.-ipp' i.r- I t ' ' ! i -. c : : N.n-iu V.r'.i i. i 1 1-' I luce l.e i' '.Lie I i call ea is., there o:r-iT ti:.;ii I had. c.i.' !l Wi'.s C" fooy '.: ti' -ii ' slio'.i'd . ...1 i a in " iiite ciaa the 1 Wi'.ii Ii :nt p'.iia. II. says ra- o; a a t ivr to the .rail... lies Il M. ry .1 : i ,! roil into . riM-o e'ei-s. lie bad leetl o. if Cii.;:,-;e. "1 it t e thai he lie see. ued to i ll ill i'i'V iniseii. I : t.i say, tlioii'Th :a.l happy dis i In'.. I h"W bis could iu t ihittl: of uoy tho; ' (jreuerally 1 a;a of u tn-i v. (Hi.silioii. After I be. I uiother w.i i, t coal I net ti. else tii intere'.t hiai. i'in.i '; ol' any tiling y I th ought ol : i:e atti'ised a Captain Job a Smith, a. a! lew h.tile ba:d by s't o. iii,' them bis c uuiiass ami new r.usii'eiid 1 tail no cmnpass but I had a new watch v buckskin watch -poi'Ue'., Would show hi'.'l tiie i.v. era 1 c.rricd ill a iu.d I tho-vrbt I "i Old and tl.V wlii'i'ls '! round, if the t'liited bae'i and let liiin I III When ' iUo'i i . is capi 'li st at os of America has no'.i for that watch, '.irie'd to me at I would be !.'! No l'ai a 11 Celorow is never foe-gel u ci.t away, baid ia a vole Mehbe so ad to h ue it .ow, New Ye;-:;. a man ( f b w wm- 's. 1 will wlliil lie said to lae when he He held no two titi'.'ers ami l hat did in em t i waver: t h pi more, you fil out." 1 sonv imcs t hink thai very life we are loo'v lercst in what he s.av.s. ca:i. 1 i.'ot to thiol. a. lifter lie iiad t'oiie. and i when a nvm fiiys rit to talie an in It wes so in bis i , er hi', r.'iiiii rli li.'Cide.'d to accept of his eiiei oiis offer. He had given me two s'e ;k; h-it I do not ro'iuiiv much s'.. a anyway, ami when 1 pit to tliinhiior about I'ni.o'vw und hi restless manner v. iiiK' ie was my o-.u .-.t I could net -. 1 had formerly, and so I alec il a have been doing the neat ef my sleeping since that m a more thickly set; led country. 1 remember I was so res; It sa that hint night that 1 walked feverishly about. 1 walked feverishly about twenty-live miles. 1 judge, in a northerly direction. OI.Ii ( IllKl- AN! XYl". I left, a small but growing mine there at. that time in charge el' the Ctes. u:ul hope they used it jlldieinn.'.lv. The i'te Nation ir. (iividod int.) two sec tions iz., tho Southern l ten. who have been prott.v ueneraily friemlly, and Hie Noi-thern or White Kiver I'tea. who break out, into fits of emotional insanity when ever their Willi's get their liclliea fall of grass. There are, however, two side to the In dian miestion, viz., a ri:;ht and it wrong side. That is why the Indian question wears so well. One of the great wrongs incident, tn tho mat ter ii the xreul delay in ofiieially reach ing the War Department m i-in h a way as to attract the, eye of tho sp'akor. Hy tin; time a courier can K"t in to a telegraph station and wire the Oovernor of a State, who nolities the Adjutant-General to write a dictated I"'.er with bis tccuchent tyjie writer, apprising the commander of tho do partmeiit, who is at Coney Island or Carls bud, with in) typewriter nearer than fifteen miles, who wires the ( iovrrnoi- to make ac tive inquires about the matter, and by tho time th". ( iovernor lias sent a committee, who sowilhm fifty miles of the scene of hostilities, and return at. the end of six weeks to report that they do not know whether lle're has been outbreak or not, raid then when a rancliinaa is really killed and rcpulablo eye-witnesses who wee jier Hotuilly acquainted with deceased, and will swear that, they have no' hit crest in the re sult, of tin oatlii-eiik 'tie in und imdte a written and grammatical reque-.i f..j- troops, and the War Depart. n"ii' j'.-n Ihoroi.y n.'sted. the la.iians hj.ve :;.,;ie l-.oiae, washed the i;ore off th"ir hands ued ri'-.ni'ied their quiet, hiiiiiilruiii lii'e. Like frying t- 're il a man in I.ivei')ool for soI'te:::;r.r ol Hie brain by applying the mind cure per cable from New Yoi'k. the renin ly is too remote fVoin the ilisea--.e. Indians are ei:cl and iniD'alsi-.-e in fhe matter of homicide. Tie y :re blow to grapiile with any thiag nf a hantorons na ttire. and ail the huiiioroas lecturers who have been on the 1,'t" lecture ourso hnv.! lost money, bat. Hie holix-anst bi'.e or ;:en eral a-.'mi, t irtiire an i a;af:ia ere business they act. with astori'.Hlii.'i rs.oed.ty. As a race. thV regard t!ie ea'jre laud us ticir own, just a the mostpiitnes dahn New Ji r sv, mmply biN-ause 'hey ivet tiire tint. iadisus na'arallv fiisiih to tee, these lauds in the ik.sscssioii of wealthy men whose sors earn u pre-ji'.'.ous liviihood by playing lawn icar.iji. Coiorow once mad' a sh'i.'t speech to hit troops which vi taken down at thu ti.-bt time by a srrntieman who was pre I'r.t and who was criMfctiag luiforial fir a nev? third reader frr our cr.innin scho'ii. Coiorow claimed that it wes incorrect, and the notes wets found afterwards on the stenographer's body, it in about an tick lish ammo to report an Ipdiaa ptwefa it is t poultk a kail aa fhe parssa af tha xaMr af faHal. . cut-i-r'si. a ine uii-iMii' in ii ii. twi l; j .r . . ... YAPj Uw Indian oace more Jr-V' yJ V t.. our notice und W ' ' tem hemm that cter In closing Colorow nuld : ''Warriors, cur sua Is set. We arc most of us out on third base und we huvo uo iiuhienee with tho urn pi re. One.. I c:mld fl'?.-v ou th.- T'.i'li ground and one shout w i.ad 1111 the forest with warriors. Now the weeliai? wind catchea up my cry and bears il away like tho echo of our fo-uier gi'e.i'.n '::a, uad I lie..r u Uw Voice murmur: 'ila'.s.' "Whisky and refinement have filled our land with sorrow. Vaa white man crossed the dark waters in bin large canon and tilled tho forest with chan hes und railroad accidents. The Indian loves not to make money and own ulderiuen for which he 1ms no use. lie loves his wives and his children ami in trusts them with tho resKiusibilityof doing all his work. The white man comes to us with honeyed words ami says if wo will di vide our lands with him lie will give us a present, and when wo give him u county and a half lie gives us a red ooltar-tiutton and a blue book, in which lie has written in his htratige and silent language: When this you see, remember me.' Our warriors are weak and have the hearts of women. They caren t for th w ; path or t lie chase. Most of tin m want to ;;o mi tl'.e stai'e. luce iny warriors went wither, sit a mor.ietu'H warning to clean cut th i. e. They slept in the- swamps with '.be ra Mle. nek. -a at nijrht and fi.w.li'i like w-!.'. i i the daytime. Now my wan iocs will not ;;o oa iho warpath with. mi a vali'.e and so'ne nf tl.em want to cari'v Heir diif.u-r. v . . -s;- s- I .;. i i.-'i' y if. s I iil.-l i . : i.V.-. In-" - V C I' f w "'T""s tip: t.uv: xr.VNi -. "Some day. like the fell of a mc:hiy call illtl.e f..- foio.M'.v will fall to the earth, and he wiil ri.-eno a.i ;'. ' ;oi will be se.it te.'od to the f.r,ir v. i.ids i f leea e,i. mid will 'MliiiMiTi' to b:,;;!o. tSene of veil whl starva to i li. v! v ;d go to New Y'r!; i'.'id ,-ear a !: .:. iieen dm-ter, with th" price nf cat ra ;i. : : 1 die.vu tho back. Some of v.. a will oie w,;' se.ii.l-.es in your Mecca, ins, inol e;!icr-. il ;;o i.i Jerusalem to help r ,!l ihe Pea iw ed '.: !). 'War; iocs' I thr.-ik y-u for your kind at tention and ;ipo;-i ci:..!.ei. Tin reirnlar otit-bri-alc wiM hoe in ,,.,., rinw eveni:e.;;il cai'ly candle li ',::. Tiie .!!..- ....crc will open witil a wiil'; und dance." I 'olorow (iro'ics j l.iedy in a emit of paint and a j-'mi. damizl cunny, D. D. I'ccontly Tlio ?iiteil .llc'.tioitis; Ilhlin ii'i'cas,, , The ile:i;b of De. '.:rry. nr.ys larvr', tak.'s from the Metho.ii-o Kpisonp.d Church one of its titroii,e;est and best known men. The loii'Jf period of bis public life, the rugged strength of his character, and his capacity for labor even iu advanced ago made him an important figure in the church's affairs. He was a native of Pei kskill, N. Y., born there on November (), IHOs. ile was one of a loug-lived fam ily, and had by no means readied the ugo attained by members of it still living. In 1W he graduated from the Wesleyan Uni versity, Middleton. Conn., and entered with little delay, as was tho Methodist practice then, upon his work ns a minister. Two years, 1S10 and Is-H, were spent in (Joorgiii, where he had charge of an academy. Several years were then spent in the pastorate m New York, liroolc lyn, und the region adjacent. From ls.Vi to Is'iT be was president of tho Asbury Uni versity, at (jreeinv'tle. Iml. Dr. Curry had passed mid.be life beforo attaining the inihieec which made him a power in American .Moth-idir-m. His el"e. .--. lion to th" I'dilondiip Vt-T'-H. cf tin 'iri-li,i.i A-h--- "n-.. - i"'. r- in in e-ave iiim fV iemie (i.eii.e evercise lV.')f,f- ills , idiilitics. It itYj:k;V-f was a controversial '' period, ii nil he was -i?w 'a'ca in oomroversy; V II 1 was a neriod when great, ( n est i o ns in ohi.rch and slate ile maatieii for their solu- s -' AL.17 lioti the best t i':oii).'i' s f Ihe most capable inkers, am! Dr. ( 'ur- I'V brcaght to th'-jr ",!- ' 1 'lt- ci;ii ;i.i. r;itio:i a mind of unmmal vigor. If events did not always prove th" le-curacy of lore asts. Ie- at least compeiJed a t Ic: o.if.'i Mitmgoi every subject, nf debate. The position of editor of the ' liruhii i .4'ime i'e was held by him for twelve consecutive years. After I'-bi bo was for a time aa asse.ei.i'e editor of the MtilH.'lt. In ss;i he whs el-ctrd editor of the ..'ki.i' ;. Ao'.y. a lnou'di'v p'Ti'li- cal which had, u:.d- e i Ii" ca i',,..oo'.'io'v. be"li in lA.'il' ic t : l.,:U:ri' f. .- i'! ire than Is : n, ..ne ed,, inr of tho -. : ;:ic in his .. i r irons in N r were ii leuirter oi a c i ai ;. . i. ec.l, ,1 th" la'c )C .' i,"d,lO V. lf,'V,i: A'.',V He wa-, i.: i secenty-.'ixiti yea1', nai '..-as . mind us most l:ie;i ,:re ni li' Ihere as yc. any syi mi' hh cav, earl he e-i , n I op " toi i .o' 0 idiiy de-ii-. row service of one ? ho b -li 'i ii sto'V lor r b:s hopes ', i-.om' ef iieml ,i'-ia.ci:i"i.:. li'' . tot ie.' i line of Willi ihe ch""rl'ol con li.-ve, lV.it life 11 1'. hiai. Thoiign in t:r. were not 1 '. MP'.ed y .'.bowel liol.i '.."-1 t i e.id. Wl'u'e. iiild i!. '',i his last illness WK.a h. t; of a yom.g man. Dr. Currv w.is r.iv.o i v a er It was us natural f-.r In. a to e!iu;.' men thougii', or said as o w . 1. t other bri'i'.'.he. Nothing whs iicon'od i eci'ivc the uKsen !' ii ing. His resjK-'i f r k aulhontees was r-Iiwiit it y was o .werf'.'l ; I the a vera members istrv. For a large ioi- ' y ben . 1' s :u' h" d -a.- : v.-'ie ti out no! i- '.nd 'rs'.ainl .,i"s u-el iJi'f.i' own pel fi eoii i- I -.c-i'y c'ti. 'ii.st ,i:in i uf nieia la- was a leafier iiiiplieiliy followed, ta private life he was most gniHi. a id would forgo l in the pleasure"; of Sivial inrcpamousldp nil thu asperities of coat. oversv. il.'. l.Uv-ary lo maiui aru cenpr'ted in rssay, mostly theological, published sor.toyosra ugo. II Aniuml Mini f:i:;rl.T. rur. Wh?ngdiXl I'ater-1 a n g! al tor see yor ia d Tabernacle so rog'lar, Miter Johnsing. Johnninff-Yw, Tarscn, I'm Ur siry Sunday. " I'se Rind tr s- you pay sicb tenshun ter df sarmint." I don't py no tensoiius ter de sarmint. Ijss jtraei dar tfir se tor sr.inj yr arms aranas-. Irt umuf ts "" Wild Horses Need no Blankets. Why? Because they inhabit warm countries, where pasture is always plenty. In a northern climate a Blanket is as much needed as hay and jrain. To he healthy and strong, a horse must he kept warm. As-'k your dealer to show you the following styles of a Hcrsc Blankets, which retail irom 1.50 to ?o-50v is X rive Mile. prjX 5, a Six Milci s A Littlo Giant. F. Kersey. ' r ri.-J..!- -;a Lit,!-iiic. 5 a No. 306. There are many other elyle3. If these doc't suit you, ialt to see them. SifClia ULil.'KET IS ACc LIKE fia.2. - Fie " ) riff. 2 DO fMTWkAH WtU. ifyeuWant Strength Id'-'-for thissXri:deM?rlc! None genuine without this s a Traile ?.!:. rk r,fwed on the inside of ti-. i !.ii-.k.-t, lC;.:;.i.i:-;.l BALDWIN k MM, Iaai:f::cl'i''i'i' er ra- 't AKIH K im.l (.KAMI i: l-isad Sionss, Ami all kiniimif C KMK.Tl:i:Y WdUK. Kew anJ Orlriutil Desigaj A M'KCl lt.1V, Vni l(,n I'lilunilMiB sr., oni bio imriu n( I'lltion Hiiirl, OTI'AWA,. I jL'.NOIW. Passage Tickets, Foreign Exclinnge, A5.-D Insurance Business. ontlKiitit anrner roimltltrf llNi-k. litlMia I'tnoll On Farm I'l oppr! y. B. F. LINCOLN. Two-Year Farm Lease FOE, SALE. iw-i i-'ir Unv fur :i t inn i'f 'l itcre". nil hi-M1 l!m c.iriMii'i'.'i.Jii ii, rfrn 11, l.iviiiuiKiic .mill, lininnn. '1'ln '.Hi'l nil I.it .!. h.-H (io.,i Imu-r v. i u ri'lt-il': I'oltTU tiln) cil : l: j -il 11 . I itfi.t ti inu Im Ihli ii nnrt Mut'!c. i iH'I'r 14 It t l.'.rWilik I I'llll til" I 1 1 I'M t'l I'll' l'i.r. Will I'.', I(-t ( Mi-M Uli. KlKitlllC t-'I "f :il'lr"" 1. m. ri i . I.ivtjf-ti.j, fr.fp:: i htC'tHti. iihii.iiv Fill Lands for Sale. ! l::-. i- t', r -.ti'i- i-.t'iir e' i 'ic Imi I mpr, t - l I' l I .:. 1.1 :-,.,lir l.'lll.M ' I.:iti.U Ml II a Ii :i. I..H-.I- In A'1'",. in 1; kii-:.!. L 11. ' 1.1 '....l.e K'i;.M. I. .1,1'- III I ,1 111 l.'li,!..,'. l.il ,1. 111 !i . 1 I'm k. I ii..!- e- -.iMif. 1 :u n n, I.ll.-N III W.i I. .III.I' ill I ' -ill It - ' '. I..U..N 111 M, I i'ii" 1, 1. 11 - ii: I..IJ1.:-. II: I .ill, i ,i," .;. 1 w . , . ,:'.: ....v . . 11 - ; I, pie ' ;. i-, i . II. I. I INCIilA. :!.' :. 1 1, . ;!. r7 Ufa Size Crayon Portrait :$5 12 Cabinets and Panel 12 Cabinets I Panel, $2 r;uaraniii1 1 b a trood i th bt. at any prira. HARTLEY'S STUDIO, 3M Wast Mtiiton Strvat, CHICACO. rial 3titl la ri4! ii m u nkii! 8.m illiiiiSt 7 Pumtv of Wtr.p G Th"- I I II L I ft -rtlxitti .'-ill Pis -aM -? .- il WIZARD OIL e . .' mmmm mm lfiive li'n cnjiiyivl by tho cltliin of nearly twerf town uml city In (he It. H , anil thuixtind. or people run Wmfy to tlio wtinilt'i-tut busllnir power ut Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It Cures Neuralgia, Toothache, Headacho, Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat. RHEUMATISM, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Wounds, Old Sores and All AnhAA and Pains. Thu many ti'.umonial roiTeil h n. imiro than prove nil we rlmtn (er lhl Tttlunhle remeilr. It not oniy ruiieTt-p iuo in,,,. .crm ms, uu, II Cures You. That's tho Idea! For mlo hy all Irui;lfli. I'rlrc, CO rrnU pr jottlo. Our Push UonK miill"t In'n to rvrryborty Address WIZARD OfL COMPANY. CHICAGO. DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist, Wliu leis rruclli-cil tn CiIf city 1 ' b '. uiuy ti,' cel.:. Li'.teil T THE CI.TfTON IIOTrf., DTTAvW, 0;. Kst-:-' '-'' ''f ..-5 .'.l"'i'.li, tut J j.'i. : I S i: unl ij- I 11 n -1 V Atur ::y ! nt.v y .-'.ii in-it e ; Aiisiw .itiir't.i,v t-', .,i iiilx-r ;i hl.t ll rit.iy 'eiiibT 1 i-'.iHinl iy N ivi-iii1i.t S At -ill eeuT till.- M lie '. lie' u'l'i pii'.i i. hi-1 liiu pn.ti ..-. 'i. i,.y may In- .'..r.n.f I.i i .nuii o. ni i ti-.: an1.) it.-i'....vsAi:v: 53 Wi;t:"-i;'.(ia Street. K. 7. Cor-icr ef Deirboni. l int- AiU'iit i Mi iv'.::i:! i.:.'y i w .mte.: in c::f t tiT -fat.Jit.dial,WT. ,Mi. r.viM')ti iitv at.tii '-Tiil!!'n rnrt'ti" 5 cltf.ir turn ; 1 1 : y u.'ri' af'Aill !.n. I. Ill ..I' 1:iT . t ! h'! I lliriVi'il . i linlllllV ttrri'iAi' I'l ilH'MIIViit ill I'iJ lui.-iiu--.; J-I'l iivi' Mill' to In.'.. I liii.l iiiiTi'ii-i-ji.i.r ti nile. A. Auki', lli'iivil, I l.ii' H,-'., 111. .li1ilreiN If. AV TANSU.I. A ( (.. Cliiruso. LADIE.S! Lo Your CU'U Dyiiuij, at Home, with PEERLESS DYES. Thfyll! lyi. i vi'ryttiiiia. They ni'i S'.lil i vrrywlii'n. f'rl.'i! I Oi a i.n-k,ii' 111 i'iiirc. 'I '.ifv !ne n no i',U.il lor Sifrmith, llnulitiiiii. Aiiii'iiiit In I'li'kiii".. nr t..r l-nitm .f l . I" r, it Nmi-tii'liiu i,'imlitii'. 'Jlii'jilo nul iu ,k ur rtnn.l. I- or f:i!ii l,y (.'. 31. ! 0KI5K.S, i)ni--ist. Jmi'JMvr liffAWA. I I.I.. &- f0 a,CL!V Ifnrn hennnil i'iirnpvii i) tLtXtufii nl I-iiv. SltuiitiotiNtiimMi..d U Wiiio VIl.fMIMO lilitlS.. JantsvUlc, !.. OTES GSCAT C9TISS ihVWEGT , -rCHiC.Wv ' MSfS2 LINKKD T0Ci;Ti!i:U DT TIIE GKE1T 61Q0A60& ALTON R.R. T!ic Short I.! ne and the Itrst Route to KANSAS CITY I ST. LOUIS And all polnta rla Anl nil points vli tCAMGAS CITY. 3T. LOUIS. CSSaOAGO EAST and NORTH. The I'opular I.lnp lo California. PALACE RECLINING CHAIR CARS 'n ?of Extniaiarse. PALACE DBNifiG CARS, Mtalt, 73 cents. Pullmsn Palace Sleeping Cjits, An riintpr.iPiit nut I'-iunloJ liy tiny otlicr lire. Fin Irp I rntr.s rim f 'irimi;h wttlmnt rhiinKe, an?" no iKiiluim me tiii.ii" m1.1i oliiiT Uuca nt vcuaouabla Hill tiHl',.1 l r.. i t..-ii.i iw... ...,. .. V. iiii.TKi'Korin lii ilm SiiiiiU, .. uifcAiiu aua ... ...... .... , jriir, on! U.mii.l TrtP nn-1 Plnsf Trip Ttcltcti to l..NI IJKAfST i'OlSTS In tU Wet ,',r tM.ntli, una lliroim-li Tti-ki't ti iitl point l aw. Wi'nt Norili uml i-'.nili. an mnalu at a,l Him1, M low riin'ii hii l-y Inf. rlnr i!t i. 1 or liiritiiTliid'i nun Ion au.l lowcft rati'l. app'y to loj TIkt Airent niU ACO i AMOS K. It. or to JAMES CHARLTON, desn'riil rnsm-ntri'r ami Tlrttit Agent. lUlicurlioriitilrt't'l, tlUOAOO, JLI J. M. OATES, Cen-rai I'ravcllnK Aki-w CU...'.tKo Alton nsllrjad. .. Illt.iljO, ILL. J. C. Mr-MHIUH, vice-rresldcnt. Cm " O 9t H ., ji.nc.l Maii:6 WHEN YOU TRAVEL Tae tl Lire M-ledd.) ty It'" L'niti .1 S'.eos Cicvern'si t ts ci'iy tiie fn.t M.ni, tl.u j ma A. i T . '-5 to Jul i-ii' th c-. i;. cat L in J CHICAGO. AURORA. OTTAWA. STREMCfi.KuCKFG.IO.DUSUQUE. LACROSSE. ST. PAUL, hf.llME AP0L1S. 'MEHOOTA, PrCRIA. C.UI5BU33. ST. LOUIS, ; QUSXCY. KECKUK. BURLUSTOM, WASHIKGTCR, iliSRAinSA, CF.S MGIHSS, CHARITOH. ' CRlTOft. ST. JOStPH, ATCHISON, ; KANSAS CITY. NEBRASKA CITY, OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS, i LINCOLN ADtHVER. ! Making Direct Connections j TO AN2 F RC 'A ! HEW YORK. ! BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON. CINCINNATI, PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON, ' 1 W ORLEANS. LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO. : LOS AfiCELES. SALTLAXECITY. COLCIACO AND PACIFIC COAST RESORTS, CITY OF MEXICO, PORTLAND. OREGON. MANITOBA, VICTORIA AND PUSET SOUND i POINTS. Good Equipment, Good Service, Good Connection. Foi ir.lo "faliCn concttnmg Burtinjton Rcmt. apofcr to th n.'.it T-clM'. Agtnt vl C, 6. k 01 -lactmg wtroaJt- HCNRV B. BTONI. PAUL MORTOM, 0a(ml WkMr. a1 F, tlctia) AV RUT. IK II I IMIHTl IK I III' '' I" I"" ril.i, iimv .iw Nor Ii: WIM'ON-IN, "IINNKOTA, III. An. Vanah', i:.viTKtts stati:-, ii -ilV M'H-S'i t.-. ( llf.llltt))0, NKU' i.-vif'i i ' v l 1 1 i ' '. I . I n w Inii'r. id all the .1 1 . WmMmm IK BTfli urt'