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Stuoxo Motive Loco motive. A IJecirK ron Host Cheeks Doubles soled booln. What 'bus lifts found room for tlio greatest number of pcoplo f Colum-lms. If your tinclo'g ltcr Is not your nunt, wlmt relation Is tlic to yon 1 Slic Is your mother. " 'What iro you doing t" will a father to lils non, who wn tinkering nit old watch, "Improving my time, sir." Death Is the crent persuader, mid works moro successfully tlmn nil tlicothcr ngcnU of tho Washington Mfo. AllAnironn skntlng park proprietor advertises different rates of admission for "grown" peoplonnd "ndults." ltECKNTi.Yj published statistics show 1,087 liquor saloons In Chicago, COO of which had no license. Of this number tho West Division possessed 1,070. A juhy wns recently Impaneled In Reading. Pa., tho ages of whoso members wcro as follows : 70. 60, 70, 87, 1)1, 71, 72, 70, 70, 02, 83, 73. The nvcrnge ngo wns 80 years. CoMVissio.s-Kii Delano has decided that n farmer selling his produce from his own wagon, without any regular business stand, Is not llnblo to pay n tax as pro- A lady at Bronson, Mlclt., has been soaking her hair with Porter's Cough Jlcdiclno for tho last ten months, mistak ing It for somebody's Hair Restorative. It served the purpose Just as well. "Why, Sarah, you look good enough to cat," said a loving husband to his wlfo one morning at breakfast. "Well, I am eating as fast as I can, ain't IV wns tho ready reply. Aixxir has In his possession a quaint, old dagger with this Inscription In Finn ish! "Whoever finds anything before U is lost, or buys anything before It Is for sale, shall die before ho Is sick." Exi'KniMBSTS often repeated have shown that n plant may be raised In n flower-pot from a seed, mid receive no nourishment but puro water, yet shnll far exceed in weight nil the sol, In which it grew. A Welsh farmer, residing near Utlca, while being run nwny with by r pair of frightened, horses, shouted: "I leave my wlfo $10,000', no time to mnko a will.'' He Is still nllve, but badly bruised. GitEAstNO Houses' Feet. A Canada correspondent says tho effijet or greas ing tho hoofs of horses to mnko thent shine. Is to cause them to almost cense growing, and becomo hard and brittle. Ho condemns tho practice. Mn. Jons McPhilliivs a blacksmith of Montgomery, JIlss., committed sulcldo tho other day by placing the stock of n loaded gun In the lire, taking tho muzzlo In his mouth, and blowing the flro with the bellows until the gun went oil". The Ottawa (Iowa) Courier saysj "A iwH mortem examination proved that thu heart of tho Into ox-Senntor Grimes wns ono mass of disease, which, If It had been detected by his physicians, had been 'Pf,!".0"11'3 beyond tho reach of human skill." An eccentric Gornmn all dlanapollB, who subscribed for all the lapcrs published In his city and the cadlnc louninln nf NW Ymf n...i m. clnnntl, nnd who scarcely ovor loft his work-bonch. died n fow days ago. havlnc nccutnulatcd n fortuno of 50.00Q. iixrEiminsTs In Germany havo deter mined tho weight of roots per aero of several of tho farm crops. Ordinary stub ble, with tho roots In the first ten Inches of soil, wcro sopnrntcd from tho earth and dried. Tho pounds of red clover roots per ncro wero 0,580, ryo 0,400, nnd wheat, .1,400 pounds. This of course remains in the soil ns a fortlllr.er. A rmvATE letter from Port Benton, Montana, states that during tho latter part of Daccmbcr tho thermometer msrkcd nrty-nlno degrees below zero; that buffalo, nntolope, cattlo nnd horses wcro frozen to death In largo numbers. On January 12th, when the letter wns written, tho weather had moderated to nvcuiy ucgrccs nuovo zero. The Country Gentleman says: "On "windy Plains, an ndvantngo is found from thick planting, in tho shelter nllordcd bv the denser mass of growth. Hut in moro sheltered localities whero tho owner has I'icmj ui mum, anu desiring to rnlso other crops between tho trees, thlrty-flvo or forty feet between them may bo adopt - cd with propriety." "Ten callons of kerosene. thrennnnmL of potash, ono ounce of strvchnhin. mixed with soft water. n.l ..1.1. . f. . .. t .' It was accord- ing to this cheerful, not his cheerful, not to say convlvlnl , that a quantity of " whisky" jst week In Nowton, Mass., was nded, the recipe also having been lormuia, i seized last compounded, the recipe also havlnir round In tho possession of tho unfortu nate uenicr. it you wnnt "gin," ndd quantum mtifleit of oil of Juniper I Tho mystery is that men who drink this din hollcal fluid do not drop down stonodend at once New York JViAtmr. It is goncrally thought that American orators can make longer speeches than anybody else ; but It would seem that our fcngllah cousins can do something in this way, when they tako n notion to. Sir John Duko Coleridge, Attornoy-General, who defends tho Tichbornoflult, occupied four nnd a half hours a day for thirteen days in presenting tho caso to tho Jury, and hnd not concluded then. Sir John's speech Is said to havo been ns good ns it "long a trlbuto that cannot bo paid to all lengthy orations. In theso days or sensation-Writing how much of what Is published con newspa per renders bcllevo T Last week tho New iork H'orM nulillslmil a vMil nml lliflll. Ing account of tho execution of a beauti ful girl In Ncwroundland. Tlio story was well told und with rcmnrkablo attention to details. It now turns out that tho girl has not even bocn tried, and, of courso, tho WorWt glowing description of her conduct on tho gallows was a gross fabri cation. Wo must confess, however, that tho M'orltf correspondent told a big Ho while ho wns nbout It, and told It well. Buffalo Com. Advertiser. TllBATMKNT OV FELONS. O. M, II. iablus.tnN.Y. In Gertmintoten Telegraph, says : A felon Is easily known by a sharp pain near tho bono. Fill a pint tin cup one-fourth full or wood nsiics, then fill the cup up with warm water and place It on tho stove. Hold tho linger or tho affected part In tho cup until tho pain is removed. Tho contents or the cup must be kept as hot ns tho hand can bear. If the pain returns repeat tho process. In the more advanced stages a poultlco mado of fcllppcry elm, flaxseed, or even bread and milk, Is good ( but tho best thing to draw a felon to a bend Is to np ply a salvo mado of tho yolk of an cia thickened with wheat flour. The Rev. Nathaniel M'Klo, minister of Crossmlehuel (1780-81), talked to his pco pic from tho pulnlt with amusing famili arity. Expounding a passage In Exodus, ho proceeded thus: '"And tlio Lord said unto Mosos' sneck that door. I'm think. Ing If yo had to sit bestdo that door your scl yowodna bo sao ready leaving It opcnl Itwasjustbcsldo that door that ledamTamson, tho bellman, got his death o'cjuldi and I'm sure, honest man, he didn't let It stap muckle open. 'And tho Lord said unto Moses' I see a man anpath that laft with his hat on. I'm sure yo re clear o" the soogh o' tho door. Keen off your bannet, Thomas', and If ycr bare powbecauld, yo maun JUt git a crav worset wig, like mysel'. They're no sae dear plenty of them at Bob Gillespie's for tenpence The reverend gentleman then proceeded with his dlscourso. AwiiiTKR in tho American Journal of of bristles In a hair brush surreptitiously purloined from a lady's toilet stand, and though It contained nothing which wo are accustomed to regard wth unqualified horror, tho rosults of his Investigations provo that there are mysteries ordinarily undreamed of in simple appliances of tho toilet. Tli nro aro concealed In tho damp lint of hair brushes, unless kept clean by thouso of bicarbonato of potassia or car bonato of soda, many living things, too small for detection by fho naked eye, some of which, wo nro told, aro of moro than suspicious character, bolngknown as the originators of ncaldboad andother dis eases of this scalp. The author concludos (US artlclll llV n fllllllnn prmliml iviIIImit ibo head, recommending dry brushing jn. J stead. Ho also recommends tho uso of n weak solution of carbonic ncld or sul phnto of soda as n cleaning material for hair brushes, Lowni.t.. Mass., has Just witnessed n tragedy, which is n painful Illustration oi tho recklessness of human life engendered by the countless stabbing and shooting nftrnys of tho last few years. Two boys. Charles K. Kimball, aged nineteen, nnd Charles A. Watts, nged sixteen, wcro rivals In tho nflcctlnns of n young lady of that town. Sho chose to go homo from church last Sunday evening with tho elder of her admirers. Thereupon the discard ed Juvenile got n pistol, and ambushed himself near the residence of the perfidi ous fair one. When Kimball came out, Walts, with minded liriitnlltv nml win. nrillrn olinl lilm 'PI... l.nll ....JL...1 ii.- 1 ln,r;i;i,o ball passed through right lung, there Is Ju;t n his living, nnd bis wonld-bo his wrist nnd possibility of murderer Is now lit Jail waiting the result of his crime. Ho probably Imagined himself n hero last Sunday evening. By the time ho has cried hlnwlr to sleep n ew moro nights, It Is poslble Mini n faint idea of Ids Innate scoundrcllsm may dawn upon his mind. The haunting de sire to nttraet attention hns moro tlinn onco caused wenk-brnlned boys nnd girls to commit suicide; but It would bo hard to find n parallel for this case of willful murder. Wholesale severity of punish ment will havo n powerful tendency to prevent any Imitation of It hereafter. (,acaga Tribune. Testino the Tills. Xot long slnro ono of our respected clllr.cUH, Who Is Hot In the best of health, purchased fomo puis oi n tUnck doctor In Boston. Hid- i ii ii .r "' i")!n.m in nun. nni u tney wen-polirin? They might bi'j If rcgulnr apothecaries mado mistakes whnt might notqimcksdo? Ho mine home, but ho did not tako the pills. A few day nfier his wire complained or being III, nml snld sho supposed sho would have to tako some medicine. Hero was n chance to iry inqpuis. no casually mentioned to inn wi lie Hint ho bnil t'nl nnmn itllla ll.nl wuuiii prooauiy no ner good, nlui ndvlucd her to tnkc three or four of them. Sho am si , ami wncn her husband relurncd ! rrom ds business In tlmcveiiing, honsked i his wlfo how Mio felt. Sho niisWered ' Hint she felt better, tho plllu hud done her I good. " Then they must ho perfectly harmless," said he. "Hnrmlcssl" sho ejaculated, "why, didn't you know tlmv I " T. ..rl . ?ss "CIr. J'ou Bvo them to mof " by, yn " ho stnmmornl- "ibn Tlio Conncctlciil Demoernry AstnxlrtCAKTslgiior tho limes Is the ndoptionby tho Democratic Convention or Connecticut of two resolutions or the Missouri "Liberal llcpubllcnns." But tlio Connecticut nlntrnrm nml ll.n i,w. 1 cccdlngs arc of n very dlflcrent clmrnctcr mini u oso oi liiosnino party ilurtng the wnr, when nil Its energies and eloquence weve devoted to paralyzing tho elmrts of the Government. There Is no conscious ncss of life or power In this latest maul icslo. It begins by declaring that the Democrats of Connecticut regard annuel pnllon. find tho equality of civil rights ns established facts, although tho Democrats of Connecticut hnvo nlwnvs done their best to provent their becoming so. Thoy rcpudlnto with scorn;' tho Idea Unit tho Democracy of Connecticut arc In favor of repudiating any portion or tho public debt, although tho Democracy of Connecticut tit tho last National Conven tion of their pnrty acquiesced In virtual repudiation. Tho Democracy of Con necticut nro also anxious for tho pcoplo to rise i nnd sweep sclfWi men from power. U tltOSO nconle. Ill rlimnnrllriil nr nlo... where, who during tho wnr did whnt they could, without taking up arms, to destroy the Union, who before tho war labored to pcrpultinto and cxtcud slavery, and who since tho wnr have striven to retnln nil of tho consequences of slavery possible, havo at Inst seen that their rant-en u-.i ! ""American nnd inhuman, It Is good , , ii wio runmry. nni I !,lc.lr MS0 Pfcscnts two considerations. It 1 19 J,,st l'owlblo that thoy nro not so much j persuaded of their error as of tho neces- 1 "' of. "ccmlng to be so persuaded, In I rSeo.vor. l)nwcr. If that bo so, 1I11T lll'l'l'll III III.. MIILOll IB 1' I i '"",'. "an,( 1 "W' ' ! ,V. . '"I1 Hlclr Po1 OV1 cii wrong, P whnt grounds do thoy nsk for public 1 ,mlIe,, f r'- Prcforcnco over those If, on tlio other hand, they nro really con- iitu Hi-ecu iu nit! Hiieen mum iiii-iw piiniiirit who havo dona what Democrats them selves now confess to ho right ? Tho Democrats of Connecticut say that they recognlzo emancipation and equality of civil rights ns established fuels! but at tho very moment In which they spoke tho Democratic Senators In Congicss wcro ro- fllSllll'tO minrillllcn ttiniirnlei.lnnr.r ll.mr. rights. What security could tho pcoplo of tho United States possibly hnvo tbnt tho Democrats would carefully guard rig its which thoy hnvo always despised, and for defending which tho Itcpubliciins rose to power? That will bo tlio omul present question In tho cnmpnlgn now opening. That Is fho question for nil "Liberal Itcimblicens" to consider. Thnl Is tho question, ns Wo said last week, which those who arc Invited to Cincinnati aro morally bound to weigh. Tho Democrats retnln their linmo nnd their ortmnlzntlon. Tlmv nssnnt Cummin. I to Incontestable Tacts. But thoy aro tho samo men, with tho snnio traditions and tho snmo convictions, with whom tlio loyal men of this country have constantly tlcnlt slnco 1800. If they hnvo truly re pented let us nil rcjoteo. But let us also reflect a llttlo upon human nnturo and niBiory neioro wo insist mat whnt aro flippantly called "old Issues" havo wholly .nan.l rt...M. 1 .1.-. .1 . uom;u 1I1UJ, null 111(11, lIlLTUIUrC, a VICIO- ry which the Ku-Klux would hail Is deslr able for tho country. Jlarjer' Weekly. A Negro Boy Cruelly Tortured. A few days slnco there como hero from Hawley, Fa., on ono of tho Brio freight trains, a negro boy about thirteen years old. By his quaint and amusing actions ha became quite a favorlto among tho railroad men, nnd they bought a boot black's outfit for hlin, ond started him in "business," Ho was altogether hnnnlcss, and gave no ono causo for enmity against hlin, at least such enmity as tho sequel will show existed. On Saturday night after the denarturo of No. 7nxni(SB.li-iifn which wns a Into Jiotir, tho boy went Into ono oi Iho railroad company's buildings and went to sleep. Ho was still sleeping when thrco Irish laborers camo into tlio building yesterday morning. These men had expressed, previously, tholr repug nance to tho boy, because or his color, and finding hlin trespassing on their do main, thoy at onco determined to vent their hatred upon him. Taking a can or kcrosenc-oil, thoy saturated tlio pantn oonsoftlto sleeping boy with Its com uustlWo contents, and then touched a Sn. ?il i , U .In un ,DS,nnt tll "on'cs flashed up, arid tho poor llttlo waif awoko miti iumseii enveloped In flro. Others hntfM l.110 iVullilu8 "t time, lst?al"S e ArlelM and on treaties of tho boy, no move was mado to extinguish the flames. At last, ono of hebybtandersdashedapallor water on him, which, however, only added to their fury. Unally, when it was seen that tho hoy was nlmost exhausted, ono of tho thrco who had set flro to him throw nn overcoat about his body, nnd others, at tracted by tho shrieks of tho boy, rushed In and smothered thoblazo, Anipsscngu was sent by ono of tho nowcomen for u Physician, and Dr. Tihgley noon arrived. Lxamlnatlonoftho body disclosed that li i.f?.Vcru m,r,lt'a t0 11 ci"l. His right thigh was burned clear to tlio bone, K!?tcr.parU, Hf 1,lsJ'con were sicken: Lai 1Cn0.nitim',lal,0-, The doctor at onco gate-Itas his opinion t int his Inlurios mus prove fatal, hut at this writ i g tho boy Is mm alive, but suffering l," moil enso agony 'ri,0 J)or80llbs m" (1 ill barbarous deed had not been nrrcWd at last accounts, but incasu. es tro 'being ingiiomein no enrs whilo rending n ' i t tetl , V 'fcreiir.. 7. Vi A, ,V.,. newsnaper, his eve chanced on nn Item liopnges of the re ,u . nVsnb Co . ,"t mentioning the death of r, intnoii In New tee of 'Wti,.,,, In rJiulilan" rS ork from poison, caused by nn npotho- election eases In lsiw. Th0 ohtci't nf the can's mistake, lie thought of tho pills V;K1"5 ;y". "1T" otn reject tlmprln he had In his pocket, nnd n queer feeling l,l"s 'f tho Hadlcnl party, ns uliown by the Tact Is 11 well, certainly they were lcVi'' fr01" n"v motive, to take his part fit I harmless." The wlfo won't sue for n ill-1 'clf-KY':""nc!,r hns learned that ho must l vorcc, but sho thinks sho will buv 1 i 'i- I 'lll,cr ?d el to repair the evils nf bad odicinoin u,,,Z pra& r w "' . hv,'r'? klhilly disposed toward their filrm , THU KU-KLUX. Majority Iteport or tlir Committer nn Oiilrrttu, In ,r Honllievll HtlUr.. Wasiusotos, February- 18. J2lnl Sclccl mmlttW will to-mor-flmrtrtP tUO cdmlltlon Of nlTnlrn In the IfttO Insurrectionary States. The evidence "iP Ylngtonnd8onth Corpllnft Is iSHm,t.c1'1 ? "I'otl'O report of tilt- stlb e6ii mtttco t" dlRtst the reports of the ex tT vf ort)" of Restates. .Tlio testimony Iviii !'l.?il,";j.8,f M Isyet unprennrcd, nii.l will ho submitted In a supplementary report. Tim statu or sociBTr. n.XI' nC,,lSmll!e,.''ftJr lw1",ry hM l'eeh made lito tlm cuiiiinlsslou of imlrnces, tlw execti Hon of the laws, lmd kglslatAn, uinolnl 1 In- irt. 1 1 I ' i'"'',pic. iiicrclsn ro- comis nnd jurte ndiiun . c7 K w injti nn.l man In nil imllunry t-nVes, civil nn criminal, but the cYhlcneo Hernial vileclclvc int reilrtis cannot bo bMnlneil M ini ' ronn11 "tje In dlsgulso nnd at Sii ... t'lhr,45?." n,K"cl nrotlmt Monti- l cJi 1 )U il.l,lr,,,,t .nni' n,mnst Impossible! mt when this Is attempted l cOmbllln' Ions and oaths of Hip ntAtV Cnmoln nnd re- nil l'!n"Vr '! 1110 iMfJ'-box, nml Hint ho terror Inspired by their nets, As well ns iVi'.'i-'n,ln"Tt ,M tliclr favor In iiinnv ciertlltlc, pnrnlyzu the Arm Of tint ilvll power. iiineriiiis conliliU Me made of incapnclly of i-lallj ,f tho Inferior nine Mrnle, nnd in evernl States the Unt eriiors nreehnrged wllhnbiisoof thn par donliig power, rspcrlnlly In fnvort'f I'ctfi IteS, Which will he 'tn'Mcrril sillefpiently. u. . , 'run kiax. llii' (.oniniltteo trace ns far ns theynio nlilo the iirlifhi, extent, iuiriMies nnd modo ... wi.ciiuii.ii in jiiu iii-iin Kinn, inn mm' a in coiiMlttitlnn, to bo itcciiinplMicd by enel v. ... 1 rr""K niiiiseii Ann n piM'M, Kiihlnxgimti nnd signal lii'triiliibnts. If corrobnriiMou w-w Herded, It could be fi'iii'il In tile expressions made by thee ban dlls tn their lcllms when Inlllcllmr tllelr scoiirglugs upon men and tllelr itulrnges lipnn women. That testimony l iinlfnrin, nnd If cut of Ihelr invii months wn condemn t Will It lililst lie mi tin; ghniiid ()f tllelr hos tility to thu OnvcHiiMesil nnd to the enjoy ment by tlio negro of the rights conferred Hon, nml liy tho laws which thoy nre organ r.ed to opimso. The rcfit:ll of n inrgo pur tin" "f lib' Wcallliy nnd educated men to dl'chnrgii their duties n citizens hnsbroimlit upon them Iho same consequences which are being sulfered In Northern cities nnd cDiiiniiinltles from the neglect of tllelr " iiv nni iiiiicmimem io iiih must It n 1 "F. " ' n"" 'iiiicnietl lncn to par-pco- ucqinie m nn movements uf thn l" "inch miiKc up self-government. The citizen Inolthcr secilon who refines nr ni. I yet seems to be tmo nf confidence In nil other than Ihelr political relations. Tlio refusal of their former Innslers to mirll.-liifiiii In .,,.1111. eiil recnntriietloii necessarily left the negroes to lie lnlliinced by othcrsi Jinny of them wcro elected to ollkc, And clilcrcd It with linn-, est intentions to do tholr duty, hilt wcro nil llttcd for Its discharge. Through their Instru mentality many unworthy white men hrtv IngnbtnlHcd their eoillldenee, nlo tiroeiircd pt line portions In Legislative bodie s. This mixture of Ignorant but honest men with better educated knaves, gave opportunity to corruption, and this opportunity has devel oped n stuto of demoralization on this sub Jcct which may nnd docs account Mr malty of tlio wrongs of which tho people Justly complain. It la apparent at tho s.nne time that the demoralization Is not conilncd to race, nativity or political creed, but presents specimens nlllco In the ncgroi tlio carpet-bagger, nml white lintlvc clll.t'ns Of both parties. Those remarks nrc not applicable to nil tlio reconstructed States, but they nro to several of them. Inning South Carolina ns nn Illustration, and It Is certnlnly ns bad In these respects ns any of tlio States, nnd there can bo no doubt that venality and corruption In the Legisla ture prevailed largely. Thoro they nro spoken pt as existing by men of all parties, nnd seem to bo conceded. (Vrlnlnlt- llils I. li.l ,.,.1 ySr?,nuy jeUovctl by tho people of tho State. A Ith such material ns tho Legislature, nml such views of virtue outsldo ns aro shown to have prevailed, corruption was Inevitable. ;) 0 l!',,lnt.to 11,0 results of opinion In South (. arollna In thu fact that the negroes, In nine counties or tho State hi which Ku-Klux vlo- IcnCC lllCVll leil 111 Ktlr-ll Un enli.nl i. I,. ...II fur n suspension of tho Writ of i,iU,in enrinn In them, are, necjirillng to tlio testimony of .Itldgo Carpenter, much moro Intelligent than tn any other part of tho State. Tho fact that they are so when placed alongside jn win iisi oi men muriicrcil nml mnltrented In these counties, demonstrates that It re quires tho strong arm nf tlio Oovcrimieiit to protect its citizens In tho enjoyment of their lights, to keep tlio pence, mid provent this threatened, rather to stay this Initiated, wnr of races mull tho experiment which It has luniigiirnicn, nml which mnnv Southern men pronounce lintv, nnd ninny moro have swoin shall bo made, n failure, can bo de termined hi peace. Tho raeo so recently emancipated, iignlnst which banishment or serfdom Is thus decreed, but which has been clothed by the (lovcrnmcnt with tho rights ami responsibilities of citi zenship. Ollght lint tn fin nml wn f.-nl i surcit will not bo, left hereafter without pro- lutiniu uguuisi, mo nosuiiiics nml suirerlngs It has endured In tho jnt, ns long ns tho legal nrm nnd coiistllutlonnl powers of the uovcrmiicnt nro ndequato to ntlord It. Com uiunltlcs suircrlng such evils, nml Inlliienced by such cxtreino feelings, may bo slow to lenrti that relief can como only frnni a ready obedience to nnd support of tho constituted nutliorlty. Tim jtonr.s or nniuiKss, Looking to tho modes provided by law for tho redress of nil grievances, that Southern communities do not deem to yield this ready pbcdlcnco at onco should, not deter tho filcmls of good government In both sections from hoping ntul working for Hint end. Nurllierii communities, ojnspcrnted by de lay and Insubordination, may bo reminded that tho elements of tlio two societies arc widely dlirercnt, being composed ot those who, a few yours since, ruled tho 8lnto and exacted obedlenco to their will from their slaves, and held absolute sway over tho votes of tliclr whlta dependents, but who nro now reduced in mnucncu nml In unnliii l.v n.n events of tho wart nnd of tho poor white. who has found himself, ds lid sllpltosds, do graded by tho elevation of tho negro to political equality with htm his voto bo foro having been tho thief badge of his superiority over tho negro of not only voting but ruling tho State, In oillco with or over Ids former master, or struggling with tho evils of poverty In beginning life for him self nffr tlm best years of his llfo have been spent In tlio service of others. All thesa ele ments beget feeling, nnd result In disorders to which Northern communities nre strnn-Kci's- Tho strong feeling which led to tho rebellion nnd sustained bravo men, however mistaken, In resisting the Government which demanded tliclr submission to Its authority, tho sincerity of whoso belief wns attested by their enormous sacilllcos nf life, unil treasure this feeling Cannot bo expected to subside nt onco, nor In years. It required full forty jruuio hi uuruion unaiieciion lino scullion, und sedition Into treason. Should wo not bo patient If. In less than ten. wo have a fair prospect of seeing so mnny who wero nrmcd t iiciiuus iiocomo oneuicni ciiizcnsr Biiouiu wo not give nil encouragement to thoso who manifest a disposition now to becomo such, especially when It Is shown that In many sec tions well-disposed men wero deterred by fear of tlio power of nn armed nnd dosperato conspiracy from airortllng aid to tho nutborl ties hi enforcing tho lawr Hut whilo wo In voke this forbearance and conciliation, fully recognizing that they form far tho largest part of tho Southern poople, nnd that a re luctant obedlenco Is all that Is to be hoped for, let It ho understood that less than obedlenco the Government cannot ac cept. Obedient citizens thoy cauuot bo considered who, themselves complaining of bad laws, excuse or encourage masked and armed mobs that override all law. Uraveuud magnanimous enemies, even, they cannot be reckoned, who permit remnants of rebel lious feeling, the animosities of race, or tlio bitterness of political partisanship to degrade the soldiers of Leo and J ohuston mto coward ly midnight prowlers and assassins; who scourgo and kill tho poor and defenseless. Against all such crimes, ns well as against In competency nnd corruption In ollleo, tho pow er o an Intelligent publlp sentlinont pud of wiu vuurin oi justice siiouiu no invoitau nnu united, nnd appealing for patience and for bearance hi tho JJortli whilo time and these powers aro doing their work, we would nlio appeal to tho good senso of tho Southern men, if thoy sincerely dosha to accomplish reforms through aehntigo In tho negro vote. If their theory is true that be votes solidly now with tho Itcpubhcaii party, nnd Is kept there by his lgnofunco nnd by deception, nil that Is necessary to keep him thorn Is to keep up tholr countenance of tho Ku-Klux pignut zallon, llatlrg tho rights of a citizen mid voter, ncltlior of these lights can ho abrogat ed by whipping hlin. Jf blspolltlcal opinions nro erroneous, lie will not take kindly to tho opposite creed when Its apostles continue to uso tho scourgo on himself and 'outrngo his wiro nml children. If ho is Igno rant, ho, will not bo educated by burn- 1 mnlrr Tim ritnllMi l.lli... 11. ..1.4 Ing Ids school-houses nnd exiling Ids tenebfirs. tf l.n I. .i.i...i S. lWn'(. made belle; by haul , ihg ' o Mi fi?f . Won. i teachers If th. XJe" la 3n of ifs Wred. , mr litffi will t m.fT'.',1! ',V l,cr,cc"on which tlepopu ntflnJo,!!l '""l prevents tho Introduo tlpn of now labor nnd Of capital. The law of 1871 hni been effective li rtpprfcl L ftfr nte'' tl! AuSrv4 ?lPt AMm nflou. Snn?n5yinddlW,,,1'Cllmcn forth nnd ?.S ti!-.arHnI' ,ul l,'jvenlso been found lit . ..W?' ix!rlcs m (,C0.rGlft. Alabnma nnd .Misssislnpl, but eompnrntlvcly few. It nny, ;7"m,?,,s, '"h,1"0 l Mimed States L? H.i.'.'S0" tfiSds , .The npparcllt cessallnil S1 f srt.1 h1,"'V?"u. ot lcrt ft the cuiirlu flmi'ifl1 "'ool'lnmllliy ttoilld ho src l the prmectlvo measures Were Withdrawn. These should bo coiltlniicd until there remains no fii.ril,.eriu?",rt.Vf ,rte'l .suppression nnd dUrtrmllig of tho widespread nml ilniutcfims conspiracy. The results of uslicndlng the Y1 1 fi a,""1 'I'.'l' ln 8oH' Carolina jhinv that where tho membership, mvs- cries nnd power of the organlzatfon have i bcclt kept coliccnlcd, this Is the most, nml pcrhnps the only, effectlvo remedy for Its suppressloiii nnd In vletv of Its t-esSiiil nnd a resumption of hostilities nl .intercut times, of ts cxlt'iit nlld power, nhd that ln several .f Iho States Where It now exWs the court havo Hot yet held tends dt which he cnes crtn bo tried, lo reroiiliileml Ihnt the. power conferred oil tho President by Hie fourth seel on of that net bo extended until Hie end nf the next session of Congress. In view, also, of the Inrgo number of Indict ments found In tho sovernl cnurts under this nc .Wltlrlt y reltl.UH tllilrled, nlui of Vitd cVldt'iit eneoiirngciiicnt derived from the be lief that tho present United States Courts ennnot reach nnd try them within nny ri-usiiimiiie iniie, u recniimiPnil Such nil 111 rreaU r-f tlio Jnd clary ot tho United Slates, by districts nnd circuits in Btntcs shoun tn bo nirected by theo disorders, ns, Hi the Judgment of CtmgrcSs.wlll securcspt'edvntid certain JuMlento be ndmlnllrcd, nlld leave lit) hope- of Impunity to criminals by the law's del ly. Tin: cosTisiMxrn of ninriiUTirs is Iho only cause not cl eonldircd. N'oman under disabilities has avowed lilnuclf tin elllu'f t'onlmlttlng or riironraglng outrage for that reason, nnd no member lit tho or ganization has Jutltled their acts on that ground. It Is one of the pretexts mado by llittse w bo were willing to urgti nny plausible excuse for outrages which admit of nolle; bill to lemovn nil alleged Impediments l local government caused by Iho existence or disabilities to bold oillco, nnd being satisfied that there should bo a general removal of tlieni, w lib proper conditions and exceptions, wo recommend the pnsHifo of ft law for tbitt illrillst', agreeing In tlm rct'oin nieildatloti mado by the President, to exclude from Its bcnellts nny great criminals, distin guished ubnvo nil others, for the part they took lu opposition Irt Hid (Iiivcrillilent. Ill this connection we wish to sny Hint, ns ills-ree-ni-d nf the tnu lias i.n.i n... .-n ly complained of nml so widely extended In ...I.' nut; iiiiMiircciiniuiry oinics, no encour agement should bo given to those who hnvo accepted oillco In tlcnaueo nr the existence Of these Constitutional disabilities, or have elected to oillco men whom they knew to bp excluded by them, I'O.NCMWIOtf. Tho document concludes with the report of IteprescntntlvoStctciisoti from tlio dilli Committee on tho debts nnd election las of tho Into Insurrectionary States, tho sub stance of which has been nlrcndv published. " No Monkey, No IMmtngrnpb." .Ioiinsv, the tlnrilng of the house, wns going to hnvo his likeness taken A pic ture of Johnny on his third birthday was demnuded by friends and neighbors oil around us; and so Johnny was to stand with his dog Fan for a picture Hint wns to delight nil hearts. IWnthei- mill illlnltne ln.il- .nt-..r..1 ...'.. WU.k ...1.,., (.,1,111- trtrrelbni-ilblllll Ii a ,1l-,.a . n. r. I.V... - -"o------ .-"-. ..j . ..a iui j nil, nil she needed was a now collar, and that "living uccn puiciiascti, and Johnny dalntly arrayed, thrco of them escorted the twain to the artist's with much pride nnd satisfaction. Punctual to Ids appoint ment, tho nrtlst was waiting for Johnny, nnd ho nnd Fan wcro placed lu position, nun mi mo cannons inni wc usually glvo to children who nrn nlmiit In ci.n,.l it... their photographs. ii me nrusi wns preparing to tako his Inst survey, before removing tho cloth for the picture, ho said, with a slgnlfl. cant glance at his escort, which did not escnpo our watchful llttlo Johnny "Look steadily nt this spot on tho wnll, nnd u monkey will como out." Next to dogs Johnny delights In moil kcy'B ; his black eyes sparkled nnd fairly danced as ho waited eagerly, whllu tho artist look another careful und satisfied survey. A picture or Johnny ns he looked then would havo been a priceless trens tire. When nil wns ready nt last, nnd mother and minlics hoped that Johnny would neither movonor tire, nnd Just ns thcnitlst was about to uncover tho camera, Johnny nsked, in his decided wnr "Where's tho monkey ? wnnt to seo tlio monkey." "Yes, yes," snld tho nsfonlshcd nrtlst, who had promised hundreds or children n eight ot (lint monkey, nnd never been tuin-ii upon id iirniiucu ii neioro ; ' liy nnd by, you shall seo tho monitor." "But." insisted .Tnhnnv. "wnnt In sen monkey ,flrst, Johnny did look, monkey didn't conic.'5 ' Tho nrtkl. bnallnlml .Tnltnm- lnrtln,l from ono to another of tho astonished group hi his keen, senrching way; in nn Instant, ho seemed to rcallzo that tho artist hnd been trying to deceive him; nnd then, with nn nlr of determination that mado mother nnd mints trcmblo for tlio success of the picture, Johnny sat down Upon tho Moor bcsldo Fan, put bis arms lll'nunil hnr lineb. nml snt.1 1.11 itnu orhnt it i.i, dm; no monkey, no photograph ;" nnd .fnlinnu l.-nul 1.1a i-rti-1 Twenty times nt lnnst. illll-Inn- Ibn fnl. lnwtni hour lllil mnlbnr mill iittntQ nn.l artist try to pcrsundo Johnny to rcstimo 1Mb poniuuii, urn iioiinny was nrm ; no Il1fllnfr.l1 lllinn nnnit.n ll.n innnlim. ijt n.,,1 ..u .........wj ,,...,..11 ns there was no monkey to show lilm, ho enmo oil' conqueror. i nrco sauuer ami wiser woman escorted Johnny sorrowfully homo, but uotoueof them could spenk a word of reproof to Johnny, for In tholr hearts thoy admired and respected tho spirit ho had shown. When Johnny's grandma heard tho story, sho said, lu her quiet way, " That shows tho tolly of trying to dccelvo chil dren Johnny hns learned his first lesson ln falsehood to-dny. I hopo this may provo a lesson lor you all;" nnd it was; ono they will never forget. C7iv'ftVf;i Union. Mad Dog, Last Wednesday evening, as a number or gentlemen wcro seated around tho oillco stovo or a hotel on Woodward nvcnuo, a peculiar scratching at tlio street door atlractedhcjrattcntlon. Thinking Hint Bomom!TZiwm&W2" ablo to find tho latch, ono or tho gentlo men near tho door nroso und opened it, when to tholr surprise a dog trotted In, nnd walked leisurely toward tho Btovc. This created a hearty laugh, which wns or short duration, ror tho discovery was mado that tho animal frothed at tho mouth nnd showed other nnmistnkablo symptoms of hydrophobia. General con slornutlon ensued, ond elevated positions wero soon at a premium. His dogshlp, perceiving that ho wns mnster of tlio at tn n ft Art irn n alirtfl lit a Inn It In .1Atlnn ana compelled every poison In tho room to seek a place of safety, Tho ttovo was thrown over, and chairs, tables, und ofllco furniture generally demolished; In fact, uuuiwuiu ujuaui-u yuan um res I niOUUt VU WIV 4VlViUf MtlllU HllttVllVU iu lliu ItVtlCI stovepipe, which unenviable position, however, ho retained but a moment. Tlio dog in the meantime had been mnk ntr unfliiprAftoftil lltt1rllta in litta eAi.nni Juncture a hasty consultation was held, eousrush for tho door. This would, iraoauiy, novo uccn none, naa not ono of 111V 111U1I BHVVVHIMI v.ffiaki UUIII H bnrrlor, composed of broken furniture, between himself nnd tho rabid animal, . thereby precluding tho necessity ot this chnngo of baso. Hnvlug nccomplUhcil this, ho ppencd tho door, nnd wns soon making double-quick tlmo down tho ll.n ,1an f.llnWl.. tl,.,A ... i.i UfVllllV, LIU llli I...IW1I..IU 1.IUQU Ul, J1S heels. Ho fortunately oludcd Iho crazed Itlllllllll, willtNi una iuoi. cuuu IIIIIKing ft beo-llno for I'ark strcot. Detroit J$-e J'reM, i I m ""Sim Tim TTrnv York KettnaeUtt l.nltlldl.nei i tlift ftsllnit'lniT nn nnnin nf tlm fi-ntiu r I ,sw luix.Mi-n .7, niiin Hi I in t atr.f inn rv Ifllmri "l JOllvnrtu In fM.IHn ! 0,000; Uurmnli and India, 70,857; Tur key, 20,000 Jfadagascor, 20,000; Africa. lu.uuu uaimivii SOMU1U9, U0,U0U lintt otfior fields, numborlng, in tho aggregate, 70,937i'' CloverIfoiT It Imrlclies tlio Land. Wr. ar8 nf rrlld Of clbvcr. Wc nro orrnld lo fnlso It lnrgcly j afraid to fcctl It ex tcnstvcly, cspcclnlly ns n lnnln fcctl, nnd afraid to plow It under. This Is wrbngj very wrong. Wo nro ctrtislnhlly lOslhtf Uy not growlnrt, more clover. Losing In many respects. Olovef, If wc could only Impress tho fact on tho general farmer, Is n plant that draws from flic atmosphere and enriches tho land. Other plnnts do this ; but clover more. It has to do wllh tho most vital and Impor tant clement III ttiuntlrc, nitrogen, tho very thing that is tho rnrcst nnd most dif ficult to obtain. It Improves tho soil by Its roots nltme, tlio crop used for other purposes; this, oven if it seed crop Is taken. How much moro hcncllt. then, If n whole crop Is turned down, containing so ninth nitrogen. And you hnvo tho manurn without working for it. The plant WolliS for Itself nnd foryou. We got Its strength from n frCO source, tlio atmosphere, Iho great stnrchouso which gathers from nil sources, but most from the negligent farmer And you crtn intlkc this plant work for you on n poor sou, nun inmost nnywiicrc. All it needs is n start. A little maiuiro implied on the surf nro will do this ; nnd if plenty or seed Is sown, there will bo a thick set. Then It needs but n chalice wllh the ttlniOSplicre, rtlid plaster will nld this itrcally. Thcro will, with warm showers nlld winds, bo n growth nlmost surprising. It will bn dense, finer-stemmed, nnu of fnlr length, depending some what on tlio season. Cut tills when It be gins to lodge, which wilt bo nbout the time when tho blossoms appear, and thcro will be avoided nil rot or mildew, conse quent on long, conrso lodging, and the yield will surprise you two nnd n hnlt or three tons, nml such hay ns Is not mado from any other plant. And tlio second crop will bo nearly or qullo as good as the Hist ; tho past year It was better a heavi er vlcld, on account or tho showers. Now wo havo known, and that In a goodly number of acres, whero rrom six to clglit tons per ncro wcro realized in two cuttings, nnd n heavy aftergrowth for protection. And this liny, fine-stemmed, green nnd tender, with the frngrnncc of Its stalk and blossom unimpaired, rushing upon you ns you open tho liny, so green In winter, compared wllh other rodder nnd this. nut before callle, cnlycs, horses, shcept Somo will object to Its use for the horse; bitt wc hnvo tesfed this thing, and seen It Icslcd so much, Hint wo know whereof wo speak, "lint clover alone Hint nil thu while!" This Is tho thought Hint nlwnys pre sents itself : Farmers nro afraid to feed clover alone, or largely. Horsemen nro shy of It, which stlil further discourages. Ucshlcs, wo havo not carefully tested with good clover liny, green nnd well cured; wo feed tlio hard sluff generally, nnd that Is worse thnn ripe timothy or strnw. Who bus given green clover n thorough test, cut In thu hill bltsh or rrngrance. with all its sulistnnco availa ble. Including Its hcalth-elvlmr Influence who has done this and noted tho oflcct compared with other rodder, nnd for a sufllclcnt time, say for months, or nil winter? Very few, Indeed. Can nny ono Who rends this bring to mind nny cases? Thcro nro such, however, and they never go back to tho old tlc.nl feed ngnln. They hnvo learned to keep stock without grain; Hint expense Is saved them. Now their stock U better, nil things considered, than before; is stronger, nimbler, health ier, nnd thcro Is more milk, nnd better growth of "young stock. Ills like keep ing on pnsturo during tho winter better in somo respects there Is less water, llowcls flro perfect In summer often too free, reducing tho nnininl. And during tho milking period, during tlio rail and spring, no ginln is fed, no fodder Is' cut; thcro Is a full quantity of milk, nnd It Is rich, making excellent cheese, nnd largely, but not so good In flavor for but ter ns Is wished. This thing litis been done, ns wc know Is done, and will bo done moro abundantly, Why not now cngugo In It nt least, test It hilrly? llegln by preparing your ground well; the better you proparo it tlio bettci' will bo your crop; If mado quite rich and deeply mellow, fit to grow any grain, thcro will ho a corresponding yield, no loss, nnd little or no risk. This Is tlio beauty of clover yon mny rely upon It, unless you wish to rnlso seed; then you must understand your business, tho do tnlls of which wo hnvo no time hero to point out. Hut ns a forngo crop, you nrc suro If you get n start, n good catch, nnd with plaster, you will get a good yield, not loss than four tons per ncro from tho two cuttings (hero should nlwnys bo two cuttings; indeed, It Is Iinpcintlvo to good success, as this will glvo you tho liny, cut early, in its green, tender state, and lcavo the roots viirorous and pushing forward, witli a continuation of the growth for tho third crop, tho aftermath, which rcmnlns untouched for protection nnd a start In Hie spring, this growth affording a largo niuount or fertilizing material for the next year's growth. Lite Moek Journal. Dally llxerciso of iho Horse. Without rcgulnr oxcrclso no horso enn long bo kept in health, and I bcllevo flint ns far ns this point Is concerned, oven Ihoso which oro hard-worked would bo better for halt on hour's nirlng every morning as soon as they havo been fed nnd bel'oro they nro tlresscd. Hut those mnstcrs who nro pnrtlculnr nbout tho mouths of iho nnlmuls thoy rido or.drivc, find that tho h'niuH of their grooms nro generally so heavy Hint they spoil the dellcnto "feel", on .which tho comfort and plcasuro of riding and driving so lnuoh depends. Ilonco In such cases the poor horso Is condemned to confinement n his stnblo, not only on tho dny when ho is to bo ilddcn or driven, btit on thoso also when' ho is to'bo f tlio. Tho health of tho body Is sacrificed to the liinlntcnatico of the dehcuto condition of Iho mouth which 1? 90 highly prized hy good horsemen and accomplished whips, and I confess that I plead guilty to having for u long, scries of years ucted upon this principle. A fnir sliaro of health may bo attained Without exercise If tho work Is never Interrupted for moro Ihnn u single day, and at Uiu samo time, thero being only ono pair ot hnnds to in,., terfcro with tlio mouth, its dcllcncy Is not impaired, that Is to sny, If they nro not n3 lmd ns thoso or tho groom. Sometimes a Inrgo nnd smooth snnfllo IS nllnwnil iiu nn .ivA.nl,,, l,Hl,lln I.. .1... i vwviou "Hum, 111 IHO in um nnpr is tiirown upon it, ns Is too ..nni uiotiiwj, uuuving uni ci too nues linn f 1.1 a nliti.Mlnn In tl,n ,1n.il. y -. ---j--.".. .u uiu imujniuu Ul VJL crclso, thoro enn bo no doubt Hint n dally walk out or doors for hair nn hour or an hour, CBnooIally ir It enn bo managed on turf, will be ot tho greatest eervlco to tho horso S health. Stonehenmi nn Ihr ir,-,,-.. j , - ---- - , -u . 4 fi ,i.. Crnnboriies on l'lno Lnnds. A oitoWEit gives tho following oxpcrlenco In tho Journal of Agriculture ; Threo or four years ago I transplanted cranberry vines rrom my meadow to ono or mv irur- dens, which Is pine land. Thoy havo Krowu won, uuu nro now loacietl witu frut. I had compromised with them, that If they would como und live with mq on my lund, I would bring them their na tive soil, so that thoy would not suffer by emigration. I, dug chanuels two feet wide, twenty Inches deep, und thteo feet apart. I removed tho gravel, ond fllltid the channels with muck from the place wuvutt) iup worn Minim, I iook up lUO plants In small clusters, and set them tloep In tholr nnturnl demerit. Thoy np penrcd to bo perfectly contented Willi tholr now locality. They now .occupy ono nquflro i rod of ground, and nro beginning to onlargo their borders. I keep this patch clear' of weeds. Tho bxpciisc of this cranberry squuro rod was about two day's labor of ono man und ono day's la bor of ono horse. Tho prospect now Is that tho cranbenios will yearly pay tho expenses of their now setlloiiiont. Muck and oxnerlmcnts won directed will nmm succossful. 11 i An unlucky norsoil. on bolnn- rmheil whnt ho cleared on a certain speculation, nnswered, "Jly pockets." T T I It Is estimated that the ro urn In V.n. gland una Wftlss 8,7-10 Vojigregntlonnl churches.. 9 How to rroTcnt Cracks in Wnlls. WaUB of tlwclllng'liouscs crack from vorlduS fcausba. nlwnys nttrlbutoblo to somo dofect lh the materials employed in making the mortar, or In tho framework and lathing which receives tho mortar. When tho mortar Is mado of snnd among which thcro Is n largo proportion of alu minous material, tho walls arc liable to crack ns tho mortar dries j whereas, if tlio mortar Is mado of clean mut sharp sand, mingled with just enough good llmo to All the Interstices between the grains of sand, tho mortar will not shrink In drying, unless It Is laid on very dry lath on tho sldo or n btlck wnll In hot weather. It Is n common prnctlco, nmotig proles slonnl builders, to rlddlo tho sandy loam, which IS frequently hnlt clny, Hint Is dug up whero nn oxcnvnllon Is mado for tho cellar ot n dwclllng-hottsc, and employ it ln preparing mortar for plastering, In lieu of elenn snnd. If wnlls mado of such mortar do not crnck, they nro al ways so tender that they will crumble nnd foil off the bulling ir tho inmates or the ilwclllnir nro not exceedingly careful to avoid nil rough usage. When n frame dwelling Is plastered be fore the studs, nnd Joists nio seasoned, tho inorlar In drying is llnblo to crack at tho upper corners of tho rooms, unless extra care Is tnken to have the corner posts, or studs nl tho corners, thoroughly seasoned beforo tho walls nro finished. Wnlls will tisunlly crack also by tlio Joints of the lathing, unless tho lather Is partic ular to break Joint nt every foot in width. Hy employing lath of stifllclont length to extend entirely across the spntio Tti bo plnstered, by using clcnn and sharp sand, nnd by nllowlng tho studs and Joists to becomo thoroughly seasoned before tho walls are finished, n builder can cnlctilntc on wnlls Hint will endure n shnrp blow with n hninmer without Injury, and which will never crack, so long ns tlio studs nnd Joists continue sound. Imluttrial .Monthly. It Is rclnlcd oi Patrick Henry thnl ho spent nn hour ench dny In prayer, I'otm Kvii.s. Whoever habitually tisos nny nlcoholle preparation ns nil "nppctlrcr" will lio likely tn suirer from four evils, ilr.i nn overplus or food In tho slomnch, Impaired ability to digest it, tlio pangs or dyspepsia, nnd n doctor's bill. l)u. Wai.krh's Vkorta inn ViNnoAit IIiiteiis, tho great Tcelotnl ItcJtorntlvc tjf tho gc, without over-stlmu-biting the pnlnte or Irrltntlng tlio stomach, Imparts n healthful appetite, promotes in gestion, regulates tho liver nml bowels, pit rllics tho blood, nnd thus, Instead of entail Ing four evils, confers four lnestlinnhlu bene fits. I'ANic-Sritccis IIraotv sees Jior glorious tresses thinning nut and petitions for sonic iiln to stop tlio mischief nnd repair tho (lnmngf. A hy this nlnnn nnd nnxlctv? Why this vnguo Inquiry for "something,1 when WwonetMiin iienlMU within the reneh of n kJtt'Fa CHKMIOAI, IIAJK INVIO OIlAlOll ls tlio only preparation under tlio run that immediately stops tho shedding nf tlio linlr, nnd supplies new strength, vigor ..nn iiiuiiiii'iivu iioner 10 ma roots tnnt luivo been robbed of their libers hy illscnSo or de cay. It hns been doing this for forty yenrs. man or woman, ln peril of baldness, ever implied It In vnln. If your druggist hns not this matchless medicine for tlio hair In stock, ho u 111 procure It for you. Thcro wns n man In our town And he wns wondrous wise, Ho hnd a pain from car to cur, Another between his eyes; And when ho saw ho had Cntnrrh, Willi nil his might nnd main Ito purchased Sago's Remedy, And 1ms his health ngnln. It la sold by druggists everywhere. C03 Wu noticed In ono of our exchanges this week tho statement ot Dea. John Uoduklns. of South Jeircrson, Mo., whoso son was cured of Incipient consumption hv tin' use of John ion's Anodyne l.tntumit. Wo refer to this nt tills tlmo ns lending to corroborate the state ment we mado last woek lu relation to this Liniment as applied to consumption. Im.ustii.itci CATAi.ootin. Messrs. C. I Allen it Co. hnvo laid on our tablo vorv beautiful Catiiloguo of Vegetable anil Flower Seeds, Hoses, Hcildlng Plnnts, nnd nil kinds of Summer Flowering llulbs, for the current year. It Is llnelv Illustrated, contains lit pages, and gives directions par ticularly valuable to tho amateur. In our dealings with this firm, wo hnvo round them always prompt nnd reliable, nnd tlio nrllclcs they send out to bo of the best quality, and never fall to glvo satisfaction. uuibs nnd seeds nre sent free bv mail, nt the prices quoted In the catalogue, thus placing tliclr facilities nt every man's door. Tho i-iimiogiio is iiirnisiieu witnoiit cliargo to nil applicants. Address C. h. Allen fc Co., 70 1' niton St., Brooklyn, N. V. (MUrburr he , I'OIt DllONOIIIAI., ASTllMATIO ANO Ptfl.- honauy Complaints "froirn's llronchial Troehn" manifest rcmnrkablo curntlvo prop erties. n,fr 9?,n?rcf.9 ,m'1 employed as much selen tlllc skill lu the arrangement of Us "Ilccon stmctlon Policy " at tho closo, ns tlio War Department did In tlio beginning of tlio war, I, 1 ,n"-nFf?ror tho innnufiicturo of what was called MierMan't Cnealry Condition Ihmlen for tho uso of tho Cavalry horses, no doubt tho Union would havo been restored long ago.tMhangc. "Tim Unipsuni," ncforo tno manner's Com lmss, ytiu tlio solo giililo of Hcnmcn. It Is a lisnnv Sll'i"."" '!," f,1,10."" ma for n paper which Is to gnldo llfo voyajrers out of tho tout and darkness of Secret Societies. Hce tlio ndver tlfcmcnt of lids Paper In another Column,' Tnn I'ituiiNOLoaicAt, Joujinai, for March has been received. Its contents moro than confirm our high opinion of that tnncazlno's char acter. Tho very Inttnictlvo articles on 'IFIih Ctiltnro In America," and "Aeuo, and Fever" trorJono north moro than a yar's, subscription. Uutbcsldos Uicio thcro 'is s Ions, Ht of rcadablo matter. Attorncy-Ocncral Williams ; Expression ; Harriot Hosmcri Our ltorso-Cnrsi Will It l'avt wifli1,Xf?ri,1,, '','," 1 ,Tho Arc tlQltcjilons ; James Fl'k. Jr.; Lord Uroupliam'S ahdstt Itov. Cloorco II. ilopwortli, etc, lth no portraits nnd Humeri pui i lustrations. Price 30 cts., or fi nvi-lir. 8. it. Wi!u.s, 889 llroadn-n)-. N. Y. 3 ' Pour Itllloii of Invnllils. At tho lowest computation there aro never less than four millions of invalids la the Untied Wales. Of this number probably inoro than thrco-flfths havo neglected tliu ordinary ptccauttons ncccstary for tho preservation of hoaltu, and nro suffering tho punishment duo to their carelessness, If tho multitudes who oto now aflllctcil with Wllousncss, iinllgcstlon.'rhcnjirotlsm.lntorralltcnt fever, Irrcgu. iailtlcs of the bowels, general debility, nervous disorders, Ac., hod, at tlio Vcrflret symptoms of intllsposllloh, Invigorated, rofilaled and purified tliclr systei with Ilostotter'a 3omach Ilittcis, ...u-.u.i.i. ui wuiimvoiHu m inn moment lie per. 'mi is moM advlsedlv. It Is fnnn,u,i onMiicricnco, and Isfbrno pnt by tho testimony of Twlintloss hosts of wilhosscs, vto4o nttc sta tions cover almost overy variety of disease, and extend over a period of about twenty years'. Of every thousand pcrsi who tako tho Hitters, as a preventive of tho if mplaluls nlovo enuttiejMed, seven-eighths esupo thcin entirely j amliof Jvery thoueinidwhoarf;8clually attacked', and mq the great Vegetablo I'onlo as n remedy, threo-fourths aro radically cud, Theso arq not bap-Uatard assertions, but 1 tlsllcal facls. The urn hs.ml upon tho results ft Inquiries made by moro than any thousand Krsous, In various part of Iho country, and nii the letters of promliiont cltl ll'1!0 ov?ry1 WeAlt, Inl8ht nlmos' bo ss d, if MANTpersonajr that theydiave tried almost mm71inyl5h'Ivi;"J?e.c.n recommended for bu nion, and tbU ariruo better now than when tliey Smie,1:fid,.bf!lsl fi'dtheyfiavqiio confldencolii anythiup that ftflidvertlsea to Cure Hale Itheum hrysipclsa, ,a in similar humors. Wo would say to these that there Is how a remedy that as yet has never fal wt of citing those diseases. I( acfi upon pgercd for theiClrluowsToumor out of tho Wood tfirough tho-skta.sh ch la dm ,h..,ii rough tlio- skta,' IDUEh Olllth tha iiiruuga v-uicn tno HTwera can be cntlrclvfismi Tl" , , . . ' SM' -t V M111J froinlkero, Jjouwfi una i Wot as VOU have liv thn Oi...-a fn.. II ..III ....... you win not say of ... . - . - . . . . . . ---r. .v. .,, ..ivtuiuvuii. sule by all Druggists. ivo reier to iir. weaver's Halt Ithoum Hvnm. sTC !hi VJTB"i1' V1 ll0" could makslhcm. ffifVbM by n mostcmpluilla ".Nelghl uliourtbalr . i&ulSZ yiu.d cuniruilkiloii tliat for al) lnjurlf s or couiolalula of inan cirniudreiiodsto which ,'a "urtM re in lily U 5Clfo! ,"'w,"'" i tfitmiali i external uu Tuiwoild moves, but not so fast n tho repiita- Hon of the CAIII.U BOltKW WIltE Jlooti and Bhocs. Allpronomico tliemsupcrlor to any other khjd-try l!vpi, All Oeanlno Goods ate stamped ifo cliiij oi llio Mexican War. In 184:h ,s iVrovcVu ItAoosn Blockings and protradlns toes aro not seen on feet whero 81LVKII 'ill's nro worn. Par ents, remember this) they 1m twleo as long. For salo by nil dealers. ;" ff Ct?fTB sefnrcslhe Jonrhal one year. OU toO. Aj lUs! Chsmbcrsbnrg, Va. Bend THU JIAKJPiTB. iu iwi.ii.i vu. it... .ai IinK' CATTLR.-...V. . IC-M tlS.00 HOUS-Mte 4 75 8 11 Dressed, ivciirm. ....... o.ts 8itKKr-I,lvo (1.00 O 0 & 6.87 9.00 ,S3) 7.00 l.TO .71 ,M ,5 .R7 fOTTOJJ MldAltns?. . . FI.OUlt-Oood to Choice ( WIIEAT-Sprlng No. S.. COIlK Western Mixed, New. . . OATS Western '.. HYB Western llAHf.KY-Wcstcrn PORK Moss, New IiAItfl ,.. WOUli-Kxtrn Pulled.... , Unwashed .s.l 1.S7 .71 .61 .fJ 14.13 it It. 15 .80 (5 !h7i ,C0 C5 .75 cittrjAfto. DKEVES-Cholco !i.M ft $8.00 Oood., B.00 Fair tirades. , Mcdhim HOOS-I.lvo 4.60 4 1.1 iiri-eruii , ii. in HIIKF.r-Uood to Choice 0,01 iirrssci! , 6.10 nurij-.it unoico KtlOH-Frcsh FLOUIt-Whlto Winter Extra, i , Hprlng Kxtrn aitAIN-Whcat-apring, No. j.. " No... Corn No. t Oats Kye No. S.... Darley No. S. ...',..'.., i.ATti) : .... rtlllK Jtesi WOOL Tub-washed ,m (I M Fleece, washed .68 64 .CI " unwashed U0 O ,411 ,., CINCINNATI. FI.Otm-Famlly 7.ai 6J $7.M WIII'.AT-Jled.. ,...1.6rt 4 1 m COHN-Ncw , .40 ffo .47 OATS.,,.. 4 (i .4.1 ItYK...,. , , (io if HAm.F.Y TO Yl ,P0 i.Aito , no (, ,m. J;01l5-Me'S 19.13 h 1S.25 IIOOH-I.lvo 4,!0 w 5.10 11EKF CATTI.K 0.50 0,35 ST. LOUIS. IinCF CATTLE Choice J5.00 n t5.M .. OoOd to I'rfmo. 3.6(1 f& 4.M1 ""nsr'-l- 4,oo c, 4,no S 'KAT-No.3 l ed.,. m.. ...... 1.WI 1.75 COllN No. 3.,.,, 41 66 .41! OATS-No.3.. .. .. " 87 fS SI ItYK-No.S ,;o S m IIAHI.KY ,M m liJi roilK-MctS 13.00 (i 13.03 LAHU OS.Vii ,OU JtlLWAUKEE. FLOUn-S Spring Kxl Spring, Ni ra. WltKAT- Nol. NO 3. COrtN-No.th. OATS-No. 3., UYK-No. 1 ... IIAIILEY-No. S .. ,.. IIOOS-Llvo...., "... CLEVELAND. WIIEAT-tti. 1 Red Winter.... Ntt 2 fcl.67 fS$i,6S COItN New ' 6l'9-'fi t,i-f da 1.011 .(3 .43 vivid ..... ., .41, DUTJKOIT. WHEAT No. 1 Whlto fl.n7V Cl.Eg ' COItN-Mlxcd 41 (ft 60 OATS-JIIxcd , ,. .39 41) -IVIIKN WKITIM4 TO A 1) VKltTlSKIt.s ,',,Plenn nny you inir llioitdvi-rtlnvnieiii 111 IliU pnpnr. iiiEFoTcfln'sIFfiS What tho Doctors Say. Amos Wont.tuv. M. D of Kb'selnsVn Cnnnlr. Tn.11. .n of Kt 9 Vf-srs lis, ana, sai s 1 1 or threo years hast I hno used Ai.i.itv's rii.n.i.i M. 'tpslyrly fumy practice, nml'I am alsam extensively In 1 i.v ., .. in-iturmvuicui' 0 I or lung- diseases iI".a.?aA: RW' M,D., of Loipin County, Ohio, 'J Allkn'b Ltjkq Ualsam nut Tonly sells rapidly Hi.L .AVt"?.LuK.u" not Tonly sells ranldlr KSX5V-1pcrttc,.,"m,"cV?ll,l,ye'I'soitiifn 11 y tffifitlii- """lit rouililciico, In It, nml kniining Kl'. ".''"essif vsiuabloiiiriflinl iiropertlcs, t freely r1.'?.lllinJ,1""p.r"c,lc;a.nl, " inbounllcd sue 1 ?.A "". f si'ec'oraut ft Is most certnlnly ahead of any preparation 1 havo ever yet known." Natiiaxiei, lfAiiais, M. I)., of MliMlcbniT. Verv I?y."Ii.Vn' ' 1 ho n doubt It will hecomn i'class. n,J,fr nl'.,"nl Wn?..rn.r 'to" r"r" "H diseases of tho riirout, llronchial 't ubes, and the, Lungs. Physicians do not recommrnd a rncdlclno which has no merits 1 what they say about ulu ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM Can bo taken as a fact. Let all afflicted test It at once. n?.r,VA." h.fP(Vlhl,.,1 "'0 Inventor of several medi cal pre part; uns Which havo liccuino very iionularaiid iSynH",',1 liberally used. Anioujj his liivt u ions urr tII-"" v, Ki'.i'K.'0.'."10 Lungs ' aim Ltvcrnorth anil JS.l. 1 .or.,." ""fi.'en ri-ars a better remedy hns lncn arM-iiisaw W' tMoviias trom knowlcdca io! tha brncBUof A ' il.nni 1 in I an 111 UiVf ."10 ",0." deciwrated I'auioHAnY OoNavMi" 7h2!',i,it,vi0.wl,"Ml,,1.u" ettkitson tho young anil tho old. ond 1 can trolytartnatltiibyfartiii-nim pectorant ronic.ly with which I am iicoii.iinirii. r or vouaa. anu nil thu cm y ttages of l.iiiut cmii. Idnlnts. fueflovo It who a virMu euro J am I 1. every n'm,lThyn,Jl!?k'1'" " br r e n a y to no n 1 1 111 si i r iP. H0.0.? PI'erneo ot iim-nso about mo I.uns, thero wouin bn very Jew cases of rami caniiminiion It causes tho phleKin and malt -no raise 1 i 1 i it im f otlim tnoso (Ic-ncaiu organs dho I.uiiksi, aui witi "ml ir.WS -Vesnpso !.. J. N. lIAKRia ,V CO., EpIcTroprlctdrs'. r sold nr all va,xamat!Silt'0'' Wc1.a.,.ote THE RAILROAD fAZEra. a ioVnXAt'Oi' " ' Transportation, Eiiglnecrlngand Ilallroad .eits. Most Comprehensive Railroad Journal XXC 17X1X1 WOIUCiD, Trcallneof tho Oporntlon of Ilnllroa'ds, Eallroad Engineering' and tlio Construction ot Locomo tives and Care. i,fi?n.tS!.B"f.;.'l.H0.0r,r,.nlPUo'l0' " NewCnmpa nles. tho I'rolcclloti und Location of Now Lines, tho l'rotress of Hal road' Construct Ion. tha Tliniirovol imi'no,1.n.b.l"Jtl0n, f,1"1 I'o'l'iess ArriuiBcmcniB oi ,'i.,J?.Iln"Jpis.,.'A,'Vual Keports. l-.lixttons nmt Appoint ments of Directors and ottlcers. Decisions 1 of Vourts llcUtlnutoItallroads.aud.lnrtiort, -HU" Wlintcvcr la Imevcatlptr.or Vnltmblo tq 11 ltallrond MUn, ! 1 Poliorrcsldent.blrector. f'foi-iholilcr.Vuperlntend-eut, hiielneer, Master Mechanic, ABont: conductor. IiOCOlnollvfl Knirlncer. orlnanvwav f-nnnrrlpH u-lil. or uiurosud lu 1 silrotuUur jsilroaU i I'MtHis.. Art cics by rractleal Ilallroad Men form a dlstln. irulshluif feature of f tijourual. TortriB, 84 a yoar. Tonoplos, S35. Address, A. N. Itr.1, 1,00(1, 63 and MB. Canal St., Chicago, III. fll HAI.E A LAMn KN1TTIN0 X' for twu-tlurds lis cost, Kntlrely nu JIACTirffE uever beeuupacuedslucoicav) ta B. Canal Bt.. Ohleagp., , to consumptives: """"of ;-.iiio. To all ho desire Itihe i will Mad i fff,0' '!0 Prerlpllon usrutireo of ch"rBo5?wltli Wehona. for .prepal.m and us ni tBa rJinm' I'aitles wtslilnij tho prescription will pleaso address mi sou,b SKafav. nn m ssu. in every 'town and Count, T7ieMomeof - u- v, .wiw Mi s p. ssi, gr God s JreojpU BOW Wlt!ugnttVl'sflr3l Tb trtiDilMt'tnil mcsil lueeawful nw bookiL viitoLlililng riiailv, It coiUlua nturly 8l MaK. bl On ArrrBllAUk 1 1 A nrdanaln.in 4... ..J BIDrDI COftTtTI boi.lrU f otbura tut 4olua ttutll)r m tty.OOO Pr oDDDi cm t midi by tnerfttili utU ft fimilt kgrtt. Io Uklng oidm far tbU Ttvluttblsi, frnMlaatlof Dt tovt.ltr.wcfk. It It th bMt,btt.nc ta uhW pioaajr fvtr flTertxl. fboi "for tut clrcuUf Itrtw) cobUtntog our lrmi, full prtlctilni ,u, AdslrMst M. A.l'AUKEUA CO, UI gotHh ll,-Tio t?t;cUc0(lUii. P.8. Sol puUUhtrt of VnL 6tow'b)MnUrpinli)t Ubl Cfi .V-1-. U6ED AND HECOM. IM USEQ AND HE MENDED BYTHE t EMINENT PHY4IOIAN4M III NEW ENQLAND TOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. NOTHINQ DETTEn."! CUTLER BROS. & CO.,, irj.tl lotimnniSfildhythoDruorrtlatst 1 ;tWsTR'TntvfiTrm QK 1MHKT TINIJ, l'ltKHH.-!5535i rjkn rli ivu prlniltur. Uvciy pdisnn needs U, II. snty tlnuaUacost III ouo year. "I t JtJ Ills own will save twenty t o 1 : iuivrr.ii a lu , ti W'KII & CO . Newport, Ky, TUIEKH HKI'.DH slneetho Orest I Bfd sJauiiuitiir 111 and 1T Kinils J. 1. 1' OnQ it BUN. HtocK lltitv anil, n S1W Dl., 1,1 I l-llllll.lll suiply our eiwtomr Iuqulro for our Bcci irs ps istiUl. unlsl. Heud for l"rko LULt .-Usui papers, ABrni tiviiriieii.-rAlienis inukojiioro moni-vnt; V.W..-PV-. w ..-,.. h . uou-iirrv. 1 oriUIUL Wf ii90firo.r.,,t''lll"1,'no,-Nodlseount.rIoai7eiit. CpsUAddresJU.H.I'lANO CO..CM llr'dwuyfrl. "l SAlilMMKN AVANTlip to sell floods by sampls i ji. wliolesule, on liberal ierms. AddiessllItOWN li l, No. 130 Y. Vaihloioo Bt,, Chicago, 111, III mi ire H(lIIOOI,.-l)iu),li,it ,! I.itudscnpo I i'lllullliif. Bend jorclreulur. ffi a, KLKItiB, 853 ju sen St., Chicago, HEALTH! Sarsaparillian Resolvent 1J011Y unMuook?. I'NI'i'T.UU'&yS.'w (IK Title TIlin.Y WONBKIlFOlJ NEDIU1NK, that: Every Day an Inorcaso in Bosh and "Woigli'fi ia Scoh and Felt. THE GREAT DLOOD PURIFIER- F.vrrv ilM.n nf Mil. K VtlllAl-AIII l.t.l.VJf URStll.V- r..T lonimnnlc-i'fs Ihr.iiKli lliu llloeil. (live it, t'rine. still O'Imt iKilils nnd juices t iliosrsirmi Ilia vlKur ot Hie. torlttriMlntlinn"lciol lie I.olr wlihnnr and mind malerlnl, bcnitn's, Biplillls, " ynnsiiMiiilInn, tlirnnla tlvani-nsftt. riliinilulnn lllirnsf. .tilrtrs In lh( Throat, Mimili, luiunrs, ,So:lcs In 1 lie (llnmls snd ottier t'lironla Oyspcpaln, ObiniiuTnn Ol-iotsr. rtsntiliesysiein'.tjoroKjres. Htninionnis ilisrinirKri ino ears, nnu utc lion, Fever Sores, 1 tho Mrs, nml iho worst forms olifldndlsmsfs. ions, revrr sores, hcaiu iiesn, urns worm. Ban 11. I.Tyslpelss, Acne. Iimek SpotsWorms in the Tnnrors, tjnnccrs In tho Womb, anil all weakening im, and i(flnrul (llnliirkrs, MchfMieats, Ixiss of Sperm, andalMrMlttntihcllioprliKlnli'. sro wliMn Iho cum, wira ... 1111. uiu nrinvi rel! this tnn.1rnt A ti-w dsis1 use wfll provo to sny person using It for rutin tf these lorms ot dlsuus, fts pyicot power to Mrs ningTioi mis onatroi aiocern unemisirr, nnnn cure them. It tno patient, dsllr bceotninmritneMbTllu wssim .snd aeonnlnoluoti that Is ennilnnsllr rroi'rcsslnz. sue- ceedtln arresilnz these wssies, ami repnlrs tlio samo llh new material ninits frrmihralihr UicnAKSAPAIIILUANwin and docs scrurt-a corn is cerium t tnr When onco this' remedy 'Ctrrnmences lis uorkol tir!flcllon, snasii(W.l In diminishing tlx loss of WAstes. Us tf-nslrs will l,A rsnlil. anil nvprv rlsv remedy 'Ctrrnmences Its1 ftls tn dlmtnlshlnff tn. Ln rapid, and every day tlio patient will feci lilnic1f-tnl!Vtni tx tier and slronit y, the fooil (llEcstlnc better, appetite Improving, snd .Not only does the runs psintltjix nrtwT.Tttrr excel 1 snoTf 11 remedial agents In tho euro of Chronic, bcro fulous.Constllnllonalandekln dlicasts.but It la tha only positive euro for KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS, Urinary and Womb d!cne, Orarcl, Dlsbetcs, Dropsr, Moppsgo of Wsler, lneontloeneo of Urine, llriitWst llUcnse, AlhnmlnuslA,nnd In all esses whero thero aro brlck-dnt deposits, or tho Vsfer fs thick", cloudy, mixed wlthsnhstanres llko tho whilo of an , or ihrcad, llko whlto silk, or thero Un morbid, dark, bilious ap- Eesrsnec, and whlto bono-dnAI deposits, and when Ihero inprlcklni, burning: sensstkm when pssinnir water, and pain in tho small ot thebaclcandalonflbololra. I'rlce, 81.00 per llottlo DR. RADWAY'S PEEFEOT PUEQATIVE PILLS,' Ferfectly tnslelcss, elegantly1 coated with sweet from, pnrffi rrftnlitc. purtfr. cleanse nnd strepirthen. Had way's l'llls, for tlio cure of airdlsorders of tho rtom aeh, Llriif, Uowels, Kidneys. JllAdder, Nervous Dlseas- f.ilcads(hi. Constitution. Costlreness. Indltrestlon, lyspcpsln, lllllousness, unions Fever, Inflammation ot tho Ucni ids, l'llis. unit ell ilrrnncemtnfs of tholnlemsl Jlcern. Warrsnledlo erfectn positive enro. lMrely ottciabla, contalaloz no lacrcury, minerals, or delete rlous dnigs. . OfObiervo His foPmvlne symptomk1 rcsnltlcj from .'i.uii.71 1 in iiitTtirpiirr irpnnw. the Htnmach, nwlmmlna of tho Head, fliurled and Uir bnffoeailTiirttrisntlons when In n Lylmt l'nstnrc. Dim ne,,.,olyjor,i J0' Wclis beforo Um Flht, Fover and Dull l ain In Iho Head. DcncTcner 'Of rersplrailon. Yellowness of tho Pkln and I ves, l'sln In the Mdo. Ohost, lJmbJ, and budden Flushes ot Ileal, riurnlnc In the Flesh. , A frai dosea of ItADWAY'fl TILLS will free tho sys lem from all tho above-named disorders. Price, 23 cents per box. 1 BADWAV'SR" READY " RELIEF CUKES THE WOUST PAINS In from Ono to Twonty Mlnutoo. NOT one no I'll Alter rcftdinff this sdv nff ihlsdYfrtlement need any ono ItADWA'Y'SltKADY'lirUKKISACUnE FOK I EV- 1.1(1 I'AIA. It was tho nrst, and Is -THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that Inslsnily stops Iho most excrncliillne pains, nllayn jnllammnllons, and cures Indluestlons, whether ot tf LmHrs, Stoinach, llowcls, or olhcr glands or organs, by oncapnlleailnn, IN l'l!0t 0?,T. TO TWENTY JlIKTJTEIt, l,.W,';!'il,f!;,.,aw'l0,en, Ol-iexernrlsllnir 'tho pain tho I UIU Al 10, Iliil-rlilden. Innrm, Crippled, Nervous, Jteuralptc, or prostrated wllh dlscnso may suiter, SIAVWAV'B RKAIIY ItELIEl' . Will aOord Lislant Ease. tKFL,if IMATIilN' OF TflE KIDNEYS, SOHE TIIHOAT, Dtrq'iJ.rTM,?NESf Tl,Jo!'UK08' HYSTEHICRi CEOfeSnUf112 "EAKT- tiEADAcm:;T0OTiIciV,'h1Am1,NFLTJKNZA cold cmr.Lc. Aori1,cS71,LAI!IA'I,LEUMATIS3, Thenppllentlnn of Iho llcndv Itfltr-f totho part or parts whero lliopaln of OtOlcultr exists will afford cao and comfort. Twenty drops In h-ilf a tumbler of water will. In ft few moments, cure Cramps, t-pasmr, hour Homnrli, llMribnm, Jlrk Headnehe. Dlarrhes, Dysenterj-, Colic, lnd In thollowils, and all Internnl l iifns. Tmelersfhoold Always earry n botllo of It nil. XVnv'H IfPlllll lti-llrrwllli Ihimi. A fnw .lrnn. In water. Ill stimulant. "Jlpreient sickness or pilns from ehnntro of It Is better than French llrnndy or Hitters as a FKYKir. ani) ,A.a:r.. rerer and Airno rured for fitly cents. There is not n remedial niteiH In this world that- wni cnroIVvrrsnd ivf 'If "'"" "'E-er Jininrions, , unions, tennei, ly. PhOKl. lCllOTV nnd Other i- rirs VsMol llv IT.t.u..v1a fiLuLsoqulrlcas IUdwav's TXlady iRau IUdway a cents pei-botilel 60LDDT DnunoiArs. fnR."!'.T".h,SA't) mvr." Fend ono letter $J?ip i?.I,AD.VAY K- I Maiden Lane, New xoi. Infornullon worlli thousands w'n bo sent loyou. ... L-ir... ANiirnTiincn ssssil 'i-tt-lini'ilrrrliiw Ahhcr. U- 1 t Mil' 'Is Mf Ii mlr, nn.l I m Im li. .MulHllltfoPftll lunlla ant hII tin it, cry Ihlnit nnw rrlitit It -Mnmifiuiitr'nff nml t r'jrt,eflr. 'liiKtXiiMBtt' nit.Mrit-. tf 1 in montln! 4 I uiu mi Co , rulJitlirr, ST 1 1'nrk NfW'Vcrlt. So4 I ror Hi-rM-liitffnConv, )0 t-nt. I A.k fHir iifsUtrf"rit. lUILDER. )rpmtt tlit? Iii.luitrhl Mt Ulitl Ssl. itrf -r.lll.f.iUy 1 1 bhiiurrr, liullJer, ArrhltHl, HulMlntf. itt not Ir if tlio 4 32' PagflS.: nABbTfIBVAVl!nB from Miilnotu Callfcriiln.pii Every Horso ovnur'N fTvnlrtMftrH T.isA a-i t4 KlfRiintlvprintPii nn.l bonml.wlli nwirlylOO Jftiutn-i tlQiii. HMottliihy tuhncription. 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