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"Expulsion From Europe Appears
To Bo Inevitable.
The r Situation DtSod-Qa'ila AcMroiy
Backing Bulgaria and the Other row
ers Passive, For the Present
at Least Possibilities.
Loxrox, October 4. Diplomatic opin
ion at this capital is unanimous that
Turkey must yield. If the Sultan gives
vtay without flhtins he will prove him
self a wiser man than the caliph of 1877,
who waged a bloody war and lost all the
defensive barriers of the Turkish Em
pire in Europe for his wins. Another
campaign wuld be tolerably safe to
leave the Porte without an inch of terri
tory north of the Bosphorus. The situ
ation is thus defined by a membur of the
Government who was actively cngased
in the military operations undertaken by
England at the close of the Kusso-Turk-ish
war: "It is absolutely certain,"
he said, "that Russia is directing
this movement. Her soldiers, nicknamed
volunteers, arecrossinir into Roumania in
s-hoais; her officers are aheady c ntroll
Ing the armies of Roumania and Bul
garia; her cavalry is at this instant act
ually on the, march through Ressarbia
for the scene of possible war. She has
commenced supplying paper money to
Bulgaria. She is mobilizing two power
ful armies and is sending on men and sup
plies in advance. Before actions like
these, the disavowals of ministers 20 for
nothing If I urkcy counts on English help
now she makes a mistake. Euglish sympa
thies are with the Christian races in Tur
key, and Sal sbury and Gladstone alike
recognize the fact. Russia lias only to
act with moderation to woik her will
without let or hindrance from this coun
try. There is one contingency likely to
involve Kugland, and that is a Russian
occupation of Constantinople. This the
English will never consent to. Russia
cau hive all she wants short of Constan
tinople, .-o far as England is concerned.
Turkey is an Asiatic power and a stand
ing offense and menace to the peace of
Europe. Let h-r cioss over the straits
and all Europe will breathe easier. Gor
don's idea of a free state of
Constantinople meets a growing favor.
England would willingly acquiesce
in so obviously safe a solution
of the E.istern European question. As
Ions as Russia is locked from the sa by
therDardaiud!es and Turkey holds the
key there iiiut be perpetual d-inscr of
war. There ouzht to be free navigation
for all the world, and the ouly way to
bring it about is to place Constantinople
and the strait under a European coalition
like nclgium and the Danube. It will be
rather too much ol a good thing to ex
pi ct the Sultau to give in his adhe
sion to such an arrangement without re
sistance. To do this would be to
put an end to the supremacy of
the caliphate and all that makes life
dear to .Mohammedans. The Turks, to
give them their due, are ready
and willing enough to die in defense of
Ihcir countty and religion. With an
rmply treasury they continued to bring
1:00,000 brave, well-armed men into the
Bald in 1S77, and gave Russia all the
work she wanted and her Roumanian
ud Hulgaiian all'es as well. She can
i'o the same again and better, for the
Banting, if there is to be any, will be at
the vcrv door almost of the Mohamme
dan capital, and the fauatacism of the
Mohammedan race will bi aroused. Our
linmodiate object is to confine the area of
disturbance within its pr sent limits and
put a stop to Russian and Austrian ar
maments before war breaks out in ear
nest. Concert of action between Germany,
Italy, France and Gieat Britain seems
the onlv thing possible to prevent a Rus
sian match 011 Constantinople and an
Austrian advance on Salonica. The
l'mki-h proposal to restore the status
quo in Hulgaria is too lat. Who's to
restore i ? The Mi'ian is the man to do
it if he can, and it appears he wants the
mandate of Europe. England won'tgive it.
Ru?sia and Austria certainty will not,
snd does the Miltau suppose Germany,
Fiance and Italy are going to take upon
themselves the lesponsibilitj? There
will be no mandate, and Europe is not
going to attempt to restore the status
quo by foice of arms, the only force
united Roumelia and Bulgaria
are likely to recognize. We
shall endeavor to have an understanding
with Russia and the powers on the sub
ject of Constantinople. I am inclined to
think Russia will be reasonable and agree
to Constantinople being turned into a
free State. That provided for thev may
go ahead and drive the Tuikoutof Eu
rope, bag and baggage, as soon as they
like. W- should probably occupy one of
the is';nds along the coast for a naval
station in the event of the seat of the
Ottoman power being transferred to Asia.
Wc are pledged to de'end Asiatic Turkev,
aud iuteud to be as good as our word."
AUSTRIA AND KUSSI.
There is some apprehension here as
to the possibility of a collision be
tween Austria and Rii'ssi:-. aris-
mg out of the conflicting am
bitions of both countries in European
Tuikey. The Servians are receiving
strong reinfoiCtMiients from Austria, and
the iriiTlsons in Ilostua and Herzegovina
nre being rapidly brougnt up to a war
footing. The Mou;c:icgrins arc again
massing troops on the frontier and the
rising in Albania is spreading. The war
feeling among the Christian races iu
Eastern Europe has never before as
sumed such dimensions- as the world
now witnesses, aud the slightest acci
dent may act like the spark which flres
a powder magizme and spreads de
struction and ruin far and near.
Fatal Locomotive Kxp'olon.
MotmsTowv, aN. J., .Ostober 4. The
boiler of a locomotive drawing the Long
Branckexpress which left Camden at
four o'clock yesterday afternoon, ex
ploded near Brown's mills, fatally scald
ing the engineer, John Curtis, of Point
Pleasant, aud injuring the fireman.
Other persons are reported injured, bir
no lur her particulars cau be. obtained
here at present,
ClUiylit Iu the Act.
lxiiAXArxU, Ind., October 4. The
police made an important arrest last
uigut iu the person of Isaac Reynolds,
who was caught in the act of making
half-dollars at his resideucs on South
tftrecL Some days ago the officers re
ceived a, "pointer" and last night they
surrounded the houe, and peering
through the windows jsaw Reynolds
uelting the composition aud running it
Into the molds. He is kuowii to have
been engaged iu making half dollars,
quarters, dimea and nic&ela for 0UJ
THE HEATHEN CHINEE.
He Propose to Spread Himself 3Iore Gen
erally Throeghoat the Country. 1
Pittsijukgii, Pa., October 7. There ar
rived iu this city to-day a particularly re
spectable and well-dressed Chinaman, giving
the name of Lee Wah, who addressed a
citizen in excellent English, making in
quiries for the locality of a laundryinan of
his own nationality. His business-like ap
pearance caused the gentleman, through
curiosity, to engage him in conversation,
during which Lee Wah took from his pocket
a paper, reading from it the following
names and inquiring their locality, viz.:
American Iron-works. Black Diamond
Steel-works, Carnezie Bros. & Co., and also
the names of several other prominent man
ufacturing firms of the city, particularly in
quiring for Booth & Flyim, contractors. To
the question as to whether he
1X1 ENDED I.OCATIXO HERE
he replied, "No, but some of my people
may. 1 am en route to Washing on City,
from San Francisco. I have been iu this
country eleven years and have Deen en
gaged in the real estate business in 'Frisco,
and accumulated considerable property.
Shortly after the massacre of my people in
Wyoming, a larzely attended and secret
meeting of Cliinnmen was held i-i San Fran
cisco, at which resolution-) were passe.l, the
object being to better the con Jition of thq
Chinamen iu this country. It rvas decided
to scatter more widely over the United
States freeing ourselves fiom continued
persecutions and cruel treatment, surli as
is experienced west of the Rocky Moun
tains. A resolution was unanimously
adopted by which six English
speaking members were author
ized to proceed East, visit man
ufacturinir cities and ascertain what could
be done toward securing employment for a
limited number. Each member of the com
mittee on reaching Chicago was assigned tn
a different district. 1 am known as No. 3.
My district is Cincinnati, youngstown,
Alliance, Wheeling, Pittsburgh, Cornells
ville, the lake regions and from thonce to
Washington, where 1 am to report to Jhe
Chinese embassy the result of my labors.
Other members of the committee visit Bo.--
; ton. New York, Philadelphia and other
cities. Each member is authorized to
negotiate for the purcliasw or rental of a
ckiitaix quarter in each crrr.
to be colonized by my countrymen. Each
agent is empowered to enter into contracts
with mill owners and general contractors.
My visit to Pittsburgh is for that purpose.
L have boen fairly successful in Cincinnati
and Wheeling, but accomplished but little
in Youngstown. 1 intend to use every ef
fort iu this city and have every reason to
believe I can establish a colony of at least
r00 in this city alone. Understand me, I
don't mean to say that these meu are to
work at reduced wages to the injury of
other workinguien. I consider $t per day
excellent wages, and I am led to believe
that manufacturers think tho same, and for
that reason I can negotiate with the latter
to employ my people." Lee Wah said that
he had finally determined to visit the Con-
nen.svuie coku ileitis 111 si, aim ue uas leii
for that locality, with tho intention to re
turn to the city later in the week.
The Recent Flection Anything hut Pnvnr-uhl-
to the Perpetuity of thu Republic
Pai:i5, October 7. Owing to the number
of Cabinet Ministers defeated at the elec
tions on Sunday last for seats in the Cham
ber, it will be necessary tor the Cabinet to
be remodeled or resign before the Chamber
meets. If the Radicals ally themselves
with tho members of the right they cau
overthrow ministry after ministry, leaving
Franco in a permanent crisis which will
seriously jeopardize tho existence of the
Republic The Conservatives who have
made extensive gains are the monarchists
of ono faction or another. Some of them
are adherents of the Comtede Paris; others
of the Bonaparte family. They would lr'e
to see a monarchical government restored
in France. The Republicans or Moderates
are tho supporter., of the present Ministry
with Brisson and De Freycinet as tiie rep
resentative le-ide-rs. They are likewise
partisans of M. Jules Ferry, who was
formerly Prime Minister. The Radicals
look to Clemenceau as their leader. They
are as eager as thu Monarchists for the
overthrow of the Republic, but only that
thfv may give the Coverninent more radi
cal leanings. The Republicans wish to
maintain a parliamentaiy form of govern
ment, but the Radicals wisii to abolish the
Senate and substitute in place of the
chambers as at present const tuted some
body like the old convention of ITS'". Tho
loss of seats by tho Republicans will lead
to a reconstruction of the present ministry.
It seems doubtful at this tune whether the
ministry can gather about it a rrorking
majority in the new chamber. Shrewd ob
servers, in fact, believe that tho new Cabi
net will be short lived; that no ministry
can be patched that will long command
support and that consequently there will
be another dissolution and another
general election in the near future. M.M.
Manger, Wa.'dtck Rousseau, Legrande
and Ilerault, who were defeated in the
election, have reMgned their seats in the
Cabinet. Disorders were renewed last
evening. Fully 4,000 persons assembled in
front of the Gimliiis office shouting. "Vive
la Republiqne," "A has le GurUo'is.'' Rands
of youths paraded the streets, crying the
Marseillaise and waving tri-co'ois. Tho
police finally succeeded in dispersing the
mob, being aided by a heavy rain. It is
rumored that Royalist successes will insure
the expulsion of the Or'eanist Princes and
others. It is expected that a provisional
ministry will be formed including M. Cle
menceau and M. Floquet. The number of
Conservatives elected is IS3. It is believed
that the second balloting will raise the
number of Conservatives to 210. M. Roche
foit argues that the Republican defeat is
due to the Tonqiiin expedition and that it
is, therefore, necessary to guillotine Ferry
the first thing. The Republican newspapers
generally are disposed to make a scapegoat
of i erry.
Paris, October . Th- proprietors of
the Gmtlols, in order to signalize the Con
servative successes in the recent election
illuminated the front of their office last
eueuing. The inscription, "175 Conserva
tives Elected, Viva La France," formed of
gas jets, was conspicioitsly hung in the win
dows. A crowd soon assembled iu fiont of
the building and threw stones at the win
dows. Minnie Walknp.
Emtohta, Kax-.. October 7. The Dis
trict Court convened yesterday morniag,
Charles B. Graves, Judge. Twenty-find
case on docket is the State of Kansas vt
Minnie Wallace Walknp. By mutual eon
sent this case was set for trial October 19.
About the 15th itut the present jury will be
discharged and a special venire will be
Issued, from which a competent jury will
be impaneled. Judge Graves is considered
&b fair and impartial a jalge as could be
des'.red. He has held the present position
for -five years, being re-electeJ a year ago
without any opposition wuaKwer. Bon.
ZL i?f,f JIW!,imt, . ia., ha
been added to the ctuusel for tlw fieiensa
THE, ST. LOUIS STRIKE.
A. Bad Time for Tiaitora to the St. o!a
Sx, Loots, Mo., October 8. The execu
tive board of the Knights of Labor and the
executive committee of the street car
Btrikers were in session this morning ini
tiating new members Into the order and
perfecting plans for the conduct of the
fight The executive board say there are
no new developments and the men are san
guine of success. They declared that only
the roughest element could be employed by
the managers of the car company at pres
ent. On the other hnnd, the oflicials of the
road'are engaging new men and sending
cars out under them, and such of the old
employes as are willing to work are assured
protection. Cars on the Olive and Market
streets and Franklin avenue and South St
Louis lines, which have not been affected
by the strike, are running regularly and
cars are being sent out on the other roads
as fast as mpn can be obtained to
run them. Very unexpectedly quite an
unruly liispcsitinn was manifested
among the strikers yesterday after
noon, and in several cas-s violence was
used against the new men running. This
spirit cropped out chiefly on the Cas ave
nue road and five drivers were dragged
from the cars r.nd roughly handled. Several
of the strikers wpre arrested. A disposi
tion to interfere with the running of cars
was manifested on the Washington avenue
line and the President of the road as a precau
tion ordered all car- turned in at dark. A
crowd of strikers left Turner Hall, which
is their headquarter--, late last night and
went to the Market street stables and en
deavored to persuade the men of that ro-'d
to join them, but their nrssion failed. But
few cars were running last night on tho
roads involvpd. but the managers generally
expressed the relief that they will all be ir.
good shape to-day.
GOT OFF EASY.
The Grand Jury Fall to Indict the Bock
Cheyenne, Wyo., October 8. The
Grand Jury of Sweetwater County, which
found no indictments against the Rock
Springs rioters, made tho following report:
"We have diligently inquired Into the oc
currence at Rock Springs on the 2d day of
September last, and though we have ex
amined a large number of witnesses, no one
has been able to testify to a single criminal
act committed by any known white persons
on that day. Whatever crimes may have
been committed, tiie perpetrais'6 thereof
have not been disclosed bv evidence before
()s and, therefore, while we deeply reeret
, the circumstance, we are wholly unable.
acting under the obligation of oaths, to re
turn indictments. We have aNo inquired
into the causes that led to the outbreak at
Rock Springs. While we find no excuse
for the crimes committed there appears to
, be no doubt of abuses existing that should
have been properly adjusted by the railroad
company and its officers. If this had been
done the fair name of our Territory would
not have been stained bj the terrible events
of the 2ci of September." The Union Pa
cific Railway Company is now employing
Mutinous at its mines at Almy and Rock
Rock Simiinos. Wyo. T., October 8.
There is great excitement here over the re
lease of the alleged rioters. The accused
wcie met on their return fiom Gieen River
last night by several hundred men, women
and children and tieated to a regular ova
tion. SHARP SWINDLING.
Two Itosus Ctircks Cuttiml by Uanks in
PoKTi.Axn, Oiti:., October 8. A simple
but clever and successful bank forgery was
discovered to-day. Some two weeks ago a
stranger, dressed like a well-to-do country
merchant, came to a largo printing
and lithographing house here, and,
representing himself to he Cashier
of tho First National Bank of
Oregon, ordered one thousand lithogiaphed
certificate", of deposit, one thousand identi
fication certificates and one thousand envel
opes with the name of the bank thereon.
The printer agreed to have them done on a
certain date, when the stranger called for
them, paid the bill and took them away.
To-day one of these bogus certificates came
to the First National Bank of this city from
tho Helena, Mont., bank for collection. It
was for $0,500, payable to O. C. Whitney.
The forged identification certificate made
the swindler's work of getting the certifi
cate cashed easy. It is known here that
another certificate of S3,o00 was cashed at
Butte, Mont. It is not known whether
more than one man is engaged in the
swindle. The man who ordered the sta
tionery is about foity years of age, about
live feet nine inches, black hair and mous
tache. The sign, ture of II. F. Merrill,
cashier of the Albany Bank, to the certifi
cates is rather a clumsy forgery
KNIGHTS OF LABOR.
Wonderful Increase in Membership the
Hamilton, Ont., October 8. The Gen
eral Assembly of the Knights of Labor re
sumed business jesterday morning. It is
expected that the session will last nearly
two weeks. The report of the General
Secretary and Treasurer showed the rapid
growth of the order during the past yar;
that the organization had been firmly
planted in England and Belgium, and that
there had been a steady increase in the
number of assemblies in the Southern States.
It recommended that workmen should
work only eight hours, regardless of wages
uaid. The question of waces would
right itself in a few months in the
necessary employment of surplus workmen
in consequence of the shortening of the
hours of labor. The increase in member
ship during the year was 700 ppr cent. The
following is a statement of the growth of
the order during the year ended June 30,
1SS5: .Assemblies organized. 7,041; reor
ganized, 31; lapsed, 1G4; district assemblies
organized, 10; lapsed, 2; local assemblies in
good standing, 1,610; members in good
standing, 104.0GG; in arrears, 7.329; total,
111,305. The balance sheet shows the fol
lowing: Total receipts, S48.781; total ex
penditures, S39,502; balance on hand Julv
1, 9.279. R. F. Trevellick. of Detroit, de
livered an address on "Pauperism."
The Contral's Denial.
Washington, October 8. The Consul
of the United States at Guaymas, Mexico.
I informs the Department of State that the
statement; made by various newspapers
that there are a thousand Chinamen in his
district and that tiie same were being sur
reptitiously introduced into the United
States in contravention of the restriction
8ct of Congress, are untrue, as the total
number of Chinamen in that consular .dis-
trict does not exceed 125 and these are
early all rmplojed in shoe and tailoring
factorie,s and have no desire to Jeare their ,
present profitab!0 positions. Xo idditioM
m$e to eir RUmber u
TRICKS ON THE TRACKS I
Dancers from WhNsb. Eactaeen Bmrm th
Pabllc aad Themselves.
tTho fiailnay Review.
Ono who is accustomed to rail war
traveling can scarcely realizs how mack
he is dependent for safety upon the en
gineer. Added to the responsibility of
their station, engineers are also in con
stant danger of accidents caused by the
tricks of jealous rivals.
This rivalry, it is said, sometimes
prompts to the doing of utterly mean tricks.
A2hckle'Plate engineer after his very first
trip was laid off because he had "cut out"
all tho bearines of his engine. Hewaire-
j instated, however, after he proved that
suuiD iiiu Ktu JUtCU U Ulllliy IX turn
emery. Another new engineer was sus
pended for burning out the flues of his
boiler. Through grief at the loss of his
position he died, aiyl then a conscience
stricken rival confessed that he had put
oil in the ani so that it foamed aud showed
water at the top gauge, when in reality
there was scarcely a quart iu the boiler!
Tnese intensa jealousies, together with
the terrible anxiety incident to their
work, have a terribly straining effect on
the nerve, and statistics tell us that,
though Locomotive Engineers may look
strong and vigorous, they are not all a
healthy class. Ex-Chief "Engineer A. S.
Hampton, Indianapolis, Ind., (Div. 143)
was one of those apparently hearty men,
but he says: "The anxiety, strain and
jolting came near finishing me." His suf
ferings localized in catarrh of the bladder,
but he used Warner's safe cure faithfully
for twenty weeks and now exclaims: "I
am a well man." T. S. Iugrahatn, of
Cleveland, O., Assistant Chief Engineer,
and other prominent members are also
emphatic in its praise.
Th Locomotive Engineers' Brotherhood
has 17,000 members and 240 divisions. Its
headquarters are in Cloveland, O., where
Chief Engineer Arthur for twenty yoars
has exercised aim st dictatorial sway. It
was organized in August, 1S, by t'lfe em
ployes of the Michigan Central. It has
given nearly two million dollars to the
widows and orphans of deceased members.
We had the pleasure of a call re
cently from four very remarkable
brothers. Tlicy were Messrs. A. G., J.
W., H. J. and D. P. Higktower, and
aged seventy-nine, seventy-seven, seventy-five
and seventy-three years a
total of three hundred and four years.
Thev have in all thirty-four children,
sixty-one grandchildren, and two
great-grandchildren. The four broth
ers are in good health, and there is not
thirteen pounds' difference in weight
between the heaviest and lightest. The
most remarkable tiling is that none of
them was ever drunk,or played a game
of chance, or took a dram in a bar
room. They are all members of the
church and lead pious, godly lives.
La Grange (Ga.) llcporlcr.
He shut up: "1 beg your jjardon,
sir," said Mr. Swell to a friend with
whom he was holding a heated argu
ment. "I beg your pardon, sir; I
ought to understand this matter better
than you. I am a graduate of two col
leges, sir." "You remind me," replied
his friend, "very much of a calf my
father used to own who had the milk
of two cows." "Why. how was that?"
"He was a very large calf." Lynn
"Shoot Polly as Sho Flics,"
v:c3 tho way it appeared in tho proof-slip.
Tho argus-eyed proof-reader, however,
knew tho quotation intended and changed
it to read: " Shoot Folly as sho flies."
Pope. Of course it was an error, yet how
many are daily committing much graver
errors by allowing tho first symptoms of
consumption to so unheeded. If afllicted
with loss of appetite, cliilly sensations, or
backing cough, it i3 suicidal to delay a
single moment tho uso of Dr. Pierce's
'Golden Medical Discovery," tho great
aud only reliable remedy yet known for
this terribly fatal nialndv. Send two let
ter stamps "for Dr. Pierce's complete treat
ise on this disease. Address World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, J. Y.
Prof. Trilobito (eloquently): "Yes; all
things camo by chance, aud the great
globe itself, like a mushroom, sprang up
in the night." Little Bessie Brighteye:
"I should like to know, please, sir, where
the seed camo from."
"Ijxugh and Grow Fat,"
is a precept easily preached, but not so
easy to practice. If a person has no appe
tite, bat a distressing nausea, sick-head-acho,
dyspepsia, boils, or any other ill re
sulting from inaction of the bowels, it is
impossible to get up such a laugh as will
produce aldermanic corpulence. In order
to laugh satisfactorily you must be well,
and to be well you must" have your bowels
in good order. You can do this and laugh
heartily with Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purg
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liver and bowels and best promoters of
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Dispensary Medical Assoc'n, Buffalo, 2&. Y.
A cent in your pocket is worth two on
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,THE GENERAL MARKETS.
I KANSAS CITV. October 10.
CATTLE Sh'pplnjr steers... $4 'Si i 30
1 NatiVecows 2 :W c 3 35
liutclierV steers... 3 00 3 12!4
HOGS Good to choice heuv 3 30 3 73
J.rlit 3 00 & 3 15
WHEAT No. 2 red W 8)tf
No.Sred (W 71
No.2solt W G 10
COUN No.2 32Ji 33i,
OAXO U. - - " 'lit -
UVE-No. 2 47?& iSli
FLOUK-Kancv. pur sack.... 1 ft & 2 05
HAV Lsirj-'c baled 5 00 C 60
J1BTTEH Clio.ce creumery.. 20 & 22
CHEESE Full cream 10 W 11
EGGS Choice 13 ij U
BACON Ham 10 & 102
Shoulders 5 & hi
Sides 7 (3 7fi
LAUD 6 OK
WOOL Missouri unwashed. 14 & 16
POTATOES New 35 37J
ST. 1.0 CIS.
CATTLE Shipping steers.... 4 25 & 5 50
Uutcliers" steers... 2 25 4 00
HOGS racking 3 40 3 75
SHEEP Fa.r to choice 2 65 3 25
FLOCH Choice 3 SO 4 00
WHEAT No. 2 red 94Ji 85?f
COKN-No. 2 39 40?i
OATS No. 2 24! 25
ltVE No. 2 57 58
JJCTTEU-Creainery IS 21
POUK 8 85 87
COTTON Middling tf ?
CATTLE Shlppintr steers.... 3 83 5 90
HOGS Packing and sh ppinjf 3 75 4 CO
SHEEP Fa.r to choice 2 00 4 00
FLOUH Winter wheat 4 40 4 90
WHEAT No. 2 red 91 92
No.3 K" MJ
No.2 epnnsri SJ -8J
CORN No.2 43 43
OATS No. 2 25?i 26
KYB 55 59
BCTTEtt Creamery 14 21
PORK 8 40 8.50
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HOGS Good to choice 4 30 4 8)
SHEEP Common to good... 3 00 4 3J
FLOUR Good to choice 3 85 5
WHEA-F-No. 2 red 88?i 98JJ
CORN No.2 5!?i 52
OATSWcstern mixed 24 32
BUTTER Creamery 17 22
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The proprietor of this celebrated medicine
justly claims for it a superiority ever all rem
edies ever offered to the pablio for the SAFE,
CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT care
of Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and Fe ver.wheth
er of short or long standing. He refers to the
entire Western and Southern country to hear
him testimony to the truth of the assertion
that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
the directions are strictly folio wedand carried
ont. In a great many cases a single dose has
been sufficient for a core, and whole families
have been cured by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration of the general health. It is,
however, prudent, and in every case more cer
tain to care, if its use is continued in smaller
doses for a week or two after the 'disease has
been checked, more especially in difficult and
lone-standing cases. Usually this medicine
will not require any aid to keep the bowels in
good order. Should the patient, however, re
three or four doses of the Tonic, a single dose
of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS
will be sufficient. Use no other.
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,
The Popular Remedies of the Day.
Principal 0m. SSI JUin St., LOUISVll.T.F.KT.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin,
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
I suffered fprsiore than fire years with Indigestion,
scarcely able to retain I he simplest food on my stom
ach. 1 declined In flesh, and Buffered all the usual
depression attendant upon thts terrible disease. At
lait, falling to find relief In anything else. 1 com
menced tho use of Swift's Snecific. The medicine
toned up the stomach. strenRthencd the digestive or
gans, and soon all that burning ceased, and 1 could re
tain food without difficulty. Kow my health ts good,
and can eat anything In tho shape of food, and digest
It without difficulty. Take the prescribed dose after
eating. J a .m t. MJLH a , o . n ivy at.
For sale by all druggists.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
N. Y-157 "W. 23d St. Drawer 3. Atlanta, Us.
off 10 insure a happy childhood Is a Question of
nrcat moment to those who for any reason arc unable
to furnish the little one with nature's supply, while
the selection of a wet nurse la attended with much
difficulty and risk. Send to TVoolrlch & Co.. Palmer.
Mass., for pamphlets on the subject. Ridge's Food
has successfully reared more chl.dmi than all oUicr
Mr. Cheatem Mr. Jcnks, why don't ou .ell somo
of thec other makes of Axle Grease Instead of the
Mr. Jcnks Because our customers ask for the
.Mr. C J'd have you know, sir. that one box of the
FRAZER Grease cots us nearly as much as two
boxes of these other makes, while we sell them all
at the same price.
Mr. J.-One box of the FRAZER is worth as
much as three boxo of these other brands.
Mr. C That Is Just the point. By selling these oth
er brands you not only make twft-e as mm-h for us on
each boxaou make on the FRAZER, but your
customers have to buy twlec or three times as much
of It as they would of tho FRAZER.
ID IUTX HKiXTK THft OTTO MCST BE SETT IS OUDTO.
la a cure for Lirer Complaints and ills caurcd by a
deranred or torpid condition 'of tho Lirer, as Dyspep
sia, Constipation, Biliousness. Jaundice, Headache.
Malana, Rheumatism, etc. It regulates the buwela,
pnnfiM tho blood, strengthens tho svstem.
AN INVALUABLE FAMILY MEblCINE.
Thousands of Tentimonials Prove its Merit.
ANT DRCGOIST WILL TEIX YOU IT8 REPUTATION.
The demand forthcImtroved MASON fc IIAM-
I.l.V PIANOS is now so larjfe that a second addi
tion to the factory has become Imperative. Do not
require one-quarter as much tuning as P'anos ou the
prevailing wrest-nln svstem. Consult Catnlopne.frcp.
10O Styles of OKOAXN, 823 to StfOO. Kor
Cash, Easy Payments, or Kcntcd.
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO COMPANY,
146 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III.
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard's Climax Plug
bearing a red tin tag ; that Lorillard's
"Itoat- l.ehf flnecut: that Lorillard's
Navy Clipping!-, and that Lorillard's SaBfls,ua
tho best and cheapest, quality considered ?
Novelty Rug Machine
Pat.Dee.2r.l,Bl). For making
Hues. Tidies. Hood. Mitten. n-.
Ca. hi. ,!, ,, ..I .... .......
l'rlce- tl. AOKNTS WATCTEIl.
Manufacturers Stamped Itoir Patterns on Burlap.
Beware of InTrinjrcmcnts. Send forclrenlar.
X. JCOSUl as CO., TOIiEDO, OHIO.
DIKE'S BEARD ELIXIR J?,
EW sHlgtA. qarfc. Ral. , )im
wtwmfm aatrit aaa l aMarfL,
I -ansa tt fcrfcat 3IM.M. rVka
PVaT. Mlk iaaiaa.! aaaj, aakj a...
Smith J!g.Ca., FaIavUoc. Ulg.
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few do. Not to know is
aot to have.
Liiten to Your Wife.
Looiingon the -woodland troys! With
damps of rhododendrons and great masses
of Kay bkwaoaasIII "There was an inter
It included one who had been A " Cotton,
spinner," but was now so
Paralyzed! 1 1
That he could only bear to lie in a reclfci
This refers to my case.
I was first Attacked twelve years ago
with "Loromoter Ataxy"
(A paralytic disease of nenefiberrarc!y cTercnrcd
and was for several years barely rile to get
And tor the last Five years not able ta
attend to ray business, although
Many things have been done for me.
The last experiment bclne Nervestretchlns
Tiro j ears ago 1 waa voted Into the
Borne for Incurables ! Near Manchester
in May, 1SS2.
lam no "Advocate;" " For anything im
tho shape of patent" Medicines?
And made many objections to my dear
wife's constant urging to try Hop Bitter
but finally to pacify her
I had not quite finished tne first bott!e
when I felt a change come over me. This
was Saturday, JN'ovember 3d. On Sunday
morning I felt so strong I said to my room
companions, "1 was sure I could
So started across the floor and back.
1 hardly knew how to contain myself. I was all orer
the house. I am gaining strength each day, and ca
w alk quite safe without any
1 am now at my own house, and hope soon to be able
to e irn my own living again. 1 ht e been a member
of the Manchester
For nearly thirty years, and waa most heartily con
gratulated on going into the room on Thursday lat
Very gratefully yours, Joan Blackblu-V.
Manciikstick (Eng.) Dec 24. ISC!.
Two i cars later am perfectly well.
Jrosccutft-thc StcituUern Hi
If when you call for Hop Bitters the druggist hand
out anything but -Hop Bitter" ithu green cluster
of Ttops on white label, shun that druxgifct as) out
would a viper; and If he has taken your money for av
bogus sturf. Indict him for the fraud and sue him for
damages for the swindle, and c will reward yo
liberally for th con Ictlon.
See U. S. Court injunction against C. D. w arner
Beading. Mich., and all his salesmen and agent.
Druggists, and other Imitators, take warning.
nc. "vcr. jLujkiJrTATvr.
Wayne, Du Faga Co., Tllinaii,
HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE.
Pereacroalforae valued nt $8,&00,00e.
-wklala laclades about
70 PES CENT OF ALL HORSES
Wh"e purity of blood Is estabtlhctl br pedigrees re
corded in thoPercheron Stud Book of France, tho uni
Stud liook ever published iu that,country,
EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA.
STnnK riN iiflkn-
v&jza rs. t, vt
A fa X v
imported Creed JIarcs
Old enough for
Two years olfl nwj
Keeoeililnir Min nn.
cinle accntikl hvftll intplli.
. -j ?to B7t" fct-iiv un-riieri unit. mw-
vV "lp,.,, CYcr wi II bred animals niny b
, . . . MWto be.ir their cedigrtes aro not
recorded, they shonM bo valued only m grades, 1 will
null all imported ftock at grail prices v.hrn 1 cancoC
furnish with tho animal old, ptdio veitflcd by tho
original French certificate or it number and record Ira
the lVrcheron Stud Book of Franco. 1 OO-pm-n Illna
trated Cntalogue sent free. AVayno. Ilia., is 3.", miles
west of Chicago, on tho Chicago &. North-Western Ily.
OTUe BCYEUS GUIDK la.
Issued Sept. a.w March,,
cacli year. US' 250 lage,
3,SOO illuatrailoua a
whole Flatiara Gallery.
GIVES IVltolauJ Prices
direct to coimmii on all gauds for
personal or family use. Talis kow to
order, tnd gives exact Mat of every
thing yon use, eat, drink, wtor, or
nave fun vr'lh. These INVAX.TJABL.ir
BOOKS contain iuforrualloii gleaned
from the markets of Ilia world. IVe
will mall a copy FEKl! to any ad
dreg upon receipt of 10 ct. to defray
expense of mailing. Let us hear from.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
837 Jfc 229 Wabash Avcnuo, CI Icojrp, 111.
kXoae G'nnlno unless bearing this Stamp
JAKES HEMS' S3 SHOE.
M&" lade in Button, Congress and
i t.ace.ileC,ui"SK. Unexcelled
IVaj 'm in Durability, Contort and
YY .Ha appearance. A ptal cnnR
Vi Ssent to lis will bring you in-
luriUH'.luu nun u' Hi-.
this bnoo in any state ,
WOOD. GLASS. CHINA. AFCR. LCATHER. o
AWARDED COLO MEDAL. LONDON. L&.
JJicl by .Mason Hamlin Orzm V l'.'aao Co.,ruIlma
Palace Car Co. Ac. Mf J on'jr bv ths R'llA
I CEMENT CO. GLOUCESTER, MASS. EOLli
EVERYWHERE. Sample Tiu Cu mm br Mail. ISO.
I W Vaf Caf Delislitl'ul tuui.Iojuirut
KV and profitable. No lloiil;i:i, Kiiilunjt,
Ilmiflinir, or Weaving. Cfcany kind of cloth
(new orcjldl.ngs oryarn. A tuiuiv-na TurJ'iili
It us; mad with 2 elf worn of carwt warto
TUC DC API nVi: MAKIU can bo uj-cd
ipt rtHriL on nil . Ins in;u'Iiint-H. or
byhind. A wonderful intention. It nellx-it niulit.
Prire SI.(H. iioMpuiil. Agouti U'nuteil.
Z3f Send stamp Icr circulars, tones, and territory
JA'O. V. IIOITT A- CO., 218 ktato ht., Chlccco.
No Rope fo Cut Oif Horses' Liases, v
Celebrated "Ef'I.XPSE" irATCT-K
i.u nnu Java.j. luidiiiiivu. yr; y i v
can not be slipped by any horse. Sam- JWK"3T
free, on receipt of "51. Soli by al
Saddlery, Hardware and llarnej
Dealers. Special discount to thel
Trade. Pf f-end for 1-rlrc-Ms
J.C. LiGtm-ousB. l:ochestcr.X.Y.
We want an a:er. in erery comty for the t articla
ever produced an 1 cs&l b everyone. A i-UA oalt:nf,v
lute V free to those meaning buinas. .V huiiUiwj, no
peddling nutt no money re-ft reJ unill pales are mads
and good delivered. Send for inrtku'ars and terms.
Address. X. M. FRIEDMAN & CO- j.artinburs. Xo.
DAn active Sia or Woman lnerry
Mintihr .i ! nut .ruvl. K&lar &?.
scr Booth ana i-.xpenic. i-.jpu in an-
Tariee. Canaiainsoult fUEIC: I'artii-uUra
free atandard Silver-ware Co. Boston. Ttfss.
DIB flErCD Tnlntrodnce them, we will
019 UriXKi orvEA-WAYi.aoseir-
Oiieraticg Washing Machines. IX you want ono
L send as your name. I. O. and cxyxj ofllcv at
uncc The national Co.. 26 D07 SL..N.Y-.
MwRFIiniE HAmT-S qnlckly
and painlessly cored at home. 'r--Trial
CosrM to oil. HUJU'iE.
SMEDY CO., Lafayctlc, ind-
-ttlaVI I The most bean tlfcJ and flees tton cr
1 1 111" IfVinlhcworld. Low price, easy utV
nIlAllalVTU. Send for e&talojrue: Addrc-a
V 1 1 W a"l 1 1 V -wearer Onran & Piano Ca-ToricPs-
Wles, Bang3 sail "WaTce acr.t C. O. D. any
where. Wholeaaleand retail prIce-l!st-M
B. C. Strehl & Co-l3 Wabash-arChJcago.
SaarHf!ll RED oa Cottoa Tarktsh Babrnn.
""i Bainpleafreeto every pernon sendlns;
address to T. WSIITE. Eaten lUplds. .Mlch
Treated and enrra without the Knlf e
llooK oa treatment sent free. Addiesa-FL.POXD.M.D-
Aurora. Kane Co. 1BV
HflM C TTDX. SecnresBnslncss Education by-
nUsWC malLlrom Brsixxss Collzoz, UuCa:o,N.X.
' A.yrk.-p. KoTiosi
IV II EX WRITIXO TO ADVERTISERS,
pleas say 76 Mar the AUferti maat law
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