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1'rvo.r trvatmeut ,:hb month bv amul ' v.k?i ef U f the wor".d ii-ibd wt. " of toe complaints m -m" kavweaa -r'emato i "rt-'srTn.fc.--' To-re U ttarsviy -.- tt .iiatl.i.l 441 rtSfvtif.f:- .Si fiva ' e ' 4: Tiiuiir. t iaiwiKi. of BaWt4 a k to. iot of tla d-u-ceiou llJOCra eestfu.:y tickled ln! fetil ui-r ia tumrwl uuorstest anoef iWBeui'r'Mru "f i-khI MTifda tlKir umnl fuct er.4 ttaae(ratVa, evtie to BO httielij joaJBa ea tare t'tOii-bed ia to ma eaewt aaai a BMkWy thai shrieks inB hveulH'f tuck a Juanwaji niat In,, tim Mm of fnh trjtnitof le as, & diseases mm iiouaanaa of case of tea kusdof treaties every jear. H can b asrd aueeeaafuUv in the privacy of to t-Bi and wai ui eS-tne. Ak tout thrua Ct it Mejurtse' W m of Cardui, Ft id it Last "Ther Is Bothnia? bow to bi ear h .j-uhmV s lSaa remarked waca ki wife e miuer too It Lcrtkiarturo. boW TnaawTi;. ,' - BimxwaT, MoAcf. IT,1SD. Tax P"jo Cori, I warren, Px iTJmttemea: rln Tear ace last Hprinf I took a acren will, arhxcfe settled oa as) lung. 1 coughed au4 apil blood am J bit nuabaad waa aaarmett about me. 1 told nlm to go n th drMf store and plui bt-tua at llso Cora farl'ouoBipUoB. 11 did , and by In tiat I had taken it oudttOa aceordirur to dim ucne 1 ia very uufa better. He Ikea kuught two nor botUre, and they cured ma. la fact, we roald hardly keen house with out Puo'B Inn for ConeumiiUoa. My nua baad ka uu)et to a cniiji) every Wluu-r, aad be aay aothtnf I and Ua hc tnrd ever couftB bbIHm oa Uxa market) bcl bira a do Fuo'i Oipo. , Vou oijij jwbmb UJ bor If yn'J de aii. , Vary truly tout, 11 m. Dclla Lrt, t Til worM la (iod'a rulxiD ia mankind Ilia toxurut are tUsUiug upon ua frum ftry dimcuoo. fato. Wkaa Wrtakln u lha Brow. And th locks fTow acaut and lllvcrr. In Anaitwa of afrocoma ea kii Torviard aad ani'-li'Mbe Uinc 1 ona ut kk Wnlgu ef fecta of UualcttWa rkonaoh llluera, a med triaeto watch Ut Mrd and liitirru tan ro aort aa aafa aolaio aud Invit-nmuU 1' counter u tcndcncr u rhouniatt!u and uraici! Improve diirtM'Jin, rcctillfn bil ioosnewa and orvirornct malaria. A win. flat before ri'tinnn promoU (lumber. Thi udiimt tliinm In life arc men without BianhnoL wob wlttiout wumanhood and childten without cbildhovd. Yuuug Muu'i Do'i'T Nwrlwt a Ouch. Take Some Role'l HnarT of Uiirvuound and Tur inttantrr l'ike'a Toothacha Uropa Cure luoueuinuU. Scrofula from Infancy Troubled mj daughter. At timta her bead would be covered with acubs and ruonln aoroa. Wo were afraid the would become blind. We bad to keep berlnadark room wabegaa to rlr her Hood' Saraa-parillaaodiooiw asw that aha waa better la erery respect. The aorea hare nnw all hoalrd. I had a aevere attack of the axip, was left In bod roa'lltioB with muarnlor rheumatism Bud umuago. Hlnce taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I am all riiht and can walk around Jt doors without the nid of crutchea." . a. AaaniRT, Albion, Indiana. Mood'a Pllla cur all llrar Ilia ISto. The Qreatest Medical Discovery oi the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. tSXALD KEnriEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered in one of our common Pasture weeds a rrmcdy that fures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula tlown to a common Pimple. He has tried it In over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases bnth thunder humor.) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of Its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Send D05t.il card for book. A benefit Is always experienced from the nrsi pome, ana a perrect cure is warranted When the risht auantitv is taUrn. When the lungs are affected It causes Shooting pains, like needles passing through them; the same with the Liver or Bowels. This Is caused bv the ducts be ing stopped, and alwavs disappears in Week after takini it. bead the label. If the stomach is foul or bilious it will cause squeamish feelings at first No change of diet ever necessary. Eat the best you can get, and enough of it. Dose, one tablespoonful In water at bed- time, sold fy all Urnggl its. rM A. itx logic 13 the make of it; the proof the use of it The DeLONG Patent Hook and Eye. dotthat I: ItlefeMflsoa C FausfelBkl. hump? 0 tflrRANDM PrescribdbyPhysicians Relied on in Hospitals Depended on by Nurses Parsed byTHE-PRESS Tts BEST prepared FOOD r'' Carl A m- v,w "-'"llaBt" HO VdllWANir WORK? t 5 TO 13 Y '"IY t.AMrmo;!ta.JiK5i. I ISh.l i. ... - !. MM RETURNINd 600D SENSE. ka r Takia Last at Tfccur l To the majority of nn th Vcaonnt t.i uer iui(ht tlwir ahorslors art TUcy know li.thilf of them. Ytt je b aa of ttwtny the woiM Hi new't all :iprt-K;n are of th ".rtt. Ignorant f b hnt liicii !i,.re tried and failed iu. he rviwns the Mrue clreama, is fascinnid by the buuh: tUinB,eiiSKv4 'Se sumeex periBKBts aad klrna in a bitter expe- enc A Unt hik acrrstors learned in the saw ernslve achool. In Bothin h :u rnov true than in ! '.alter ef Kitiey. l.rrr .tou has had. at one or mwr ti'lW, ita tleluaions ami suf- feren the consequences of liululireor 'n Ihrnu The warninrs of thoiw who had rend the storie of former e!Trt b unheeded. Vita (truiiee biihtlnesa the ilrraiuerailerKie the man . ho warns them M a lrltnier. He ia a doetrinaire; rloM iihiloaoplirr, an unpractical fel- luw, ho, deep ia uouka, knows uoth ir e of 8 real side of life. Hut, if the formulation of the flnao- ial tararira Into atate arXU Jan be I'ipfe enouifh dofoVrej until the wisdom of tlMt ut can be widely taught, there c,iii-s a return of common sense and a elivernnee from danjfer and rnin. I'eo- p!e umy be deluded for awhile, and aotiik ill be so alwaa, but the element of liaiJ aeri I the truijor factor in the tnas and assrrta it'lf in time. A cen- urv Bjro, after the revolutionary war. ith its trail of penury.debt and uiiserj-, same erase swept over the young Nit ion that haa sluco cVcasioimlly af flicted It. are3 the advocates of iner uor.Jy were as numerous and noisy aa wcr the greenbnekera a couple of tie- nde apo, or as the ailveritea hat r- eeutly been. Patrick Henry Wfts one of he dreamer of state credit tnoht y. n old (iertuan. who had listened to liiln as tie clotiuently argued the brue- fita of more money, backed by the creolt of the state, said to him, after a sijcetfh! "Veil, Mr. Henry, maybe what you say Is true, but money is money and balier is baber." That waa the assertion f that aouml.hard common sense which bide w Ith the ninsa of the people and sooner or Inter asserts itself, to the ilis romftturt) of the advocate ot tnoon lieam money. We are having. In the rise and subsidence of the silver coln- ro delusion, happily checked before it reached power, a repetition of past ex periences, the temporary sweep of soph- li m and ita ebliltig before the common aeuse ot the people. We may expect, however, a recrudea- eenco of greenbocklam with the rise of the problem of ridding the country of national credit money, which confront the country. 8o fHmilmrixetl have wo- ile liecomc by their long contact with the greenback, with such forms of money, that the Idea widely prevails tlmt it la a proper function of the gov ernment to txsue it, and that these piicr promises to pay money are some thing more than a draft against credit. The recent bitter experience all intliia- trles have undergone, largely as a re sult of the exercise of such a function, Ik Irmt on many who attribute the dianstcr to other anil nbstird causes. One of the benefits of the panic, one of Its compensations, hus been the tor rent ot Information on all phases of the question that has been poured out. Ilitt the work should not stop with iU prevention ot the disaster of free coin age of sliver. It should be kept up with thnt continuous reiteration thnt alonn makes impression on the tnlmla of the muss, until correct idena of money generally prevail and the coun try get awny from Its vicious, punlc li ceiling system, unnntiirul nml falla cious, nnd back to methods based on common sense. The elements of the question are simple. Thnt the fu no tion of government in relation to money i to make convenient the form nnd definite the weight of the metal in the coins adopted, conforming the legal to the commercial ratios; that jinper money Is simply a promise to pay metal' lie money: and that, as the supply of the uictal for money use is a function of the Individual, so Is the supply of credit substitutes; the function of the government being simply to assure their redemption. Those ideas are fundamental. This Is the whole gospel oi money, lounaeu on common sense and on laws that experience has demon. strated to be immutable. St. Taul (lobe. WANT SOUND MONEY. Th Farmers Declare Themselves Against Pre stiver. Kree silver fanatics expected an easy capture In the farmers nntionnl con. gross at Atlnnta. It has been tinfor- tunntely true In the past that the agri culturist has yielded to some of the hires set for his unwary feet in finance, More engrossed a larger part of the year than any other producer with the inv mediate care of his crops and theirtnnr- kctlng, he has been presumed, some. times rightly, to have less time than other men for intelligent examination of public questions. Cheap politicians have poured forth upon hlin shallow sophistry he had not the leisure and rarely the means at hand to refute, Fiat money has been commended to him ith exceptional plausibility w hen grain eculution played bnvoc with his cal culation and exorbitant railroad charges left hint little for his hardships and his toil. ICxpericnce with economic Isms and fail of the last twenty year has been educating the American farmers. They hnvc seen theory after theory exploded in the real tost of actual application in one part of the world or another. Prom hrs made to the western and southern ngricul t urists thnt Germany, the fi rst to cease f ree coinage of silver, and the Lat in onion, the lost to admit thnt there can be no Intrinsic parity ma!ntnine between the two metals, would com bino to restore free silver monometol lism with or without Great Britain, have been dashed. Balfour, the rising hope of the British free silver fanatics, has publicly confessed that, while his own opinion remains unaltered, he has Dot the slightest reason to expect that the ministry of which be is part, will even consider a proposal for a bimetal lie conference on a basis of a proposed renionctiration of silver. In no part of the world to-day ha free silver coinage a solitary efficient or potent advocate. The farmers of India were left to bear the Inst and heaviest infliction of free silver folly, and the government o India, reluctant and tottering, finally ceased to rob the agriculture of the wretched land of It last pittance for ine producer. The farmers' vote In the national ron grea nt A Unit! a waa perfectly reprc- aenmuva oi the trend ft American eov f ujUon, vusjr tl lUrey-btarUnf wj'etSou oted for free coinage. North, auuth and rt were solid for sound money. Iudted. aa solid ere they that evens resolution fookiiMj to retirement of the present body of government notea, Whose repealed redemption and re fcsue makes the exhaustive "endless ehnin," faijed of Indorsement. Secre tarr tar!isle" recent BostiHt speech on tie finances of the country had evident ly been read with profit by the impar tial men in the Atlanta consrrrs. It ia clear that something must be done in 5vSl time by eongres to relieve the treasury of the cost of interest-beering bonds to keep up the reserve required by law, but the farmrrs were content, as Secretary Carlisle K to await the mature Jwibleht of the cctntry in stead of demanding a precipitate can cellation of the paper. CongMtuIatioiia are la order for American, agriculture. The fanner, hitherto assumed dupe of fraud in finance, haa revolted against bis w ould be eoenera. He stands now with the Baannfririturer and merchant for sound and honest money. The influence of the farmers collect opinion on the further course of curreucy debate and legislation may le complacently watched. Chlrhgd Timen-llertild. ALL FOrt SOUND MONEY Aaserteaa hnain A Holblly Axalast frH Bltvar. The friends of free ailrvr were gireo an unexpected and unwelcome alioclt by th farmers' national congress a few clays ago. A resolution was pre sented requesting congrcsa to place gold and silver on a parity and calling for an International conference npoit the mnhetary question. This resolu tion hail beett prepared by J. 0. Oltutj of Indians-, and was faTdrably reported bt the resolutions committee. The free silver delegates immediately presented an amendment to the section which provided that the president of the L'nlted Mates should call an inter national congress of all nations willing to unite In the equal uso of both gold and silver by adding, "ut a rnllo not to exceed sixteen to one." The amend ment Was to put a rlva roc rote by ('resident Clayton and the nays ap peared to have an overwhelming majority. The silreritea, however, were not tiling to acknowledge defeat and clamored for a roll call. The delegatea from the north, east and south were practically united In opposing the six teen to one idea, and the contingent from the western and what are known as til stiver states found themselves la ssd minority. The congress refused to adopt the amendment by a Tote of two hundred and fifty-one and nine- fourteenth to one hundred and four and five-fourteenths. The resolution was then passed without further de bute. The victory of the sound money cle ment in the congress was emphasized later in the day when a resolution de claring opposition to the further lsaua of interest-bearing treasury bonds or notes under any circumstances was lost. A resolution favoring congres sional enactment against the beef trust was adopted. The twenty-first annual convention of the American Hankers association con vencd at Atlanta recently. The action of the farmers' congress was naturally a subject for open and frequent con gratulations among them, llobcrt J. l.owry, president of the I-ovvry Hank ing company, Atlnnta, said: llis rtfunsl of the farmers' eontrevs to adopt the Isioen to on smtn.tincnt i an In dication that las DitmUii or tost orssnis tion hats been doing- a ronnlderablo mount of hard thlnklns. liters can b but on I !, and that l (told. Wara Ihil Is eitabllKhed, sllrar villi tnks car of ltsolt Kver; bank ll Georgia, with on Ion sn) solltarv exception. favors round monev. Ins on banker ex- eeplod csn scarcely b ssld to be op)cd to parity ot gold snrt sliver, sua Be i reriauur not for illrsr st slitesn to ona I stn p;r villi the action of th farmer' ennsres. snd enpocl i lljr thst Its dlnspprovsl of illver nhould aavs been sipressed la such unmiituksbl terras." i, J. P. Odell, of Chicago, president of the American Bankers' association, said: -The ictlon ot th com resi Is s vlndlestlna of th )udKinent ot th edvocstes ot sound money, who time snd siln hsv maintained tbst, given time to think, th sgrlcultural end producing clause would arrive st s proper spprecislton snd nnderstsndlng ot tn ques tion. It was certainly savers acreat lor me idrorates of silver at elitoen to ona Aa tor tbe resolutloa which was adopted calling lor aa international conference of all nations wtthtng to place gold and silver npoa a parity, 1 csn ace no objection In sucb a con ference, tut am free to aay. la my opinion. suchaconfereno would be devoid ot results. Nothing ot value has ever yet been established through s contsreno of tint character. The detest of the proposed amendment by a rotsof ver two to en shows a rapid rsnotloa to ward sound money, which Is natural and to be sipectcd." Ta rra Cotaalat renfotl. PRta, Not. 4 M. Oalewsa hasbeea rtpoiated miniater of th eolomes in the Be Cabinet ia consequence oi iar refuel of M. LereiUe to accept ina portfolios taUU Hardest Polo. liL, Not. i - Mrs. V. J- Smith was burned to death, Der ure catching fire from a wood stove. Her youngest ehilJ was also badly burned. Easbuaie Haaderae Will Citraallta Ward. WAsntxoTos. Not. 4. -it the re- quest of the secretary 01 state. ?OTermuent of Honduras lias promiM-u entradito A. K. Warn, tue aia-gcu MemoliU etubei'.lr, who was cap tured in that country recently. fa rastallaaes' TaUia Paris. Not. 4 Work on tbe new pa'.ac of the CastelUnes u to be be an wltlnn a weefc. lac eoomevs nea Gould, haa approved of all the plans, etc. It will I one of the tuost beautiful atructure In tue capital oi ranee. Bala ASJtrasask CoU-sinr, U, Nov. 4. -The sale of the Columbus. Sandusky it Hocking railroad waa attli-mcd by Jud;;e Smal ler at Uucyrus aal the rc-organiza- tion of the coin Da nv will be aceom- rvlUlied aa soon as the boll ill arrive from the east SOUND MONEY SAYINGS. ....How will the free silvrrites ac count for the upward tendency In tho silver market? It would be In keeping with their method of argument to ap ply the same reasons which they have frequently assigned for the decrease In the market price of silver. Arkunsas Democrat. ....If silver advance even two or three cents a year that gap between it and gold may soon be bridged. Gold production is growing so rapidly that that metal may decline in price. An advance In silver and a decline in gold, if kept up long enough, would solve tha silver problem in a way that would be satisfactory to the country. Let Illnnd and Ktewnrt wait and see what these African digger do for gold. 8t. Louis Globe-Democrat. ....The coin which being beaten smooth with a hammer retains it full value Is good money; that which being beaten smooth with a hammer does not retain ita full vnlue la bad money. legal-tender note which is not paid on demand In good money i bad money, Thnt nation which force bad money upon ita people by legal-tender act puts upon those who do the mechanical or manual work of the nation the heav iest and most destructive tax that can be devised. Harper's Weekly. . . .When the silver question Is taken from the plane of assertion and vitu peration and placed upon that of log' leal discussion the mind of the man who still remains a free ailverlte necessarily aa Impervious to reason as that of Tom Ochiltree'a Englishman was to humor. "I was coming across the Atlantic," aa Tom tell the story. "nnd a very good sort of Britisher used to sit with me In the smoking-room. I tried all my best joke on him, and he never cracked a smile. At lust I got angry, and snul: '1 don't think nn Eng lishman could see a Joke if you fired it at him with a gun.' And then that blesaed ' Eiigliahman stood tip on h land legs nml saidi 'How cm you flra ft joke out of fj irun7' 'VLvqisrUU Twa lla l.arae.l la Death. Moxtrrl. Can.. Nov. 4 Ex-Chief of Police Paire of St. Cunegunde, a sub urb of tills City, and Cyrille .Moquul, bf this city, were burned to death in a tire Which destroyed a jrovernmcnt dredge iu the Lachiue canal Sunday. age was a watchmen on the dredge. Itlvrr New. I riiM laure.:l boar,. tMlsburxh.. ;ineiiiaitl... .out,. Keokuk. St. 1'anl. tVivenport luvniimis , lytulsvlil., Calm., New Orleans. t St I t I 1 II - I I t I h a I ta o e o - i - o t a -a s I u.w.r...i is .'I bra. -c all T. Tree UAttKET REPORT. NOSDAY, Nov. Crala aad Provisions. ST. t.orjis Flour Kenrv to eiirs raner, lt?s III patents. IBSKSra W best No. l d, tlHe:No. I red, tOViiUlc. lorn-No. r, aiiie'i 24' I'd a i: No. wiiiis, :te. i'i -Ni-, t, I7U1TH llnv-l'talrlr, K.60vll; ailie l tin, i. in,,. S ID 1 0: dear Umoiliy, no tTISSt Hotter I rfiiBiery, Hi-: ilnlrvi UtllJ. 'Kg Freab. Il'ti-. I.ard-rriiiie ateat.i,I.M... rork New aundard aicaa ts. 0 (is.r Maron l.enirs. S.sac; clear ribs, a.3ni t.xrv,c; ear. I RMitM) ; all boirsl. Wool t'ki.loe luli-wasiimi, l,u'la Wlirnt r more i ciuat-d: December, Wcb wav.sijau a. t'orn futures eloae-i: December, tt'io b; Hay. Kc b. Ms YoMa Flm r-Kials and wiatern, aulet and esav. VMiint-Kecrn ber, fffcitl ho; Mity, ri,.a'tc, Corn Januaiy. 3l',o bl.lt May, stc: Not, r.vt'aTHr. Oals-lie- remiiar, rtc;. Mar, iKUjo; Wcntern, I-K-V Pork -Mesa, IPT-0I l.aid-Sti'Sii-ren- dcrcd, .as. lluller-W-tern, diury, IDuISc western crramery, I Ui'.tii weatern rremerv, Judo, IVijtlo; wetera crrauie y. fartvry. J lie: rilgina, 23c; In.ltitloa creamery, 12a Ua. I.SMa-W,lero, HjIMo. tM.i.ta.io enlng qnntntlona: Wheat lieeeuilmr, ini,'ilM"Sr: May, ei'. in,,. i ra -Noveinuer, SH"I Decemi er, ;s"i!7siri: Hsy.aiJt '. Hal He rmti.r, l-So My,'Ma Pork-uccember, IS.vOi January, W. l;: May, IV.W. I.aril January, teic; Hny, t.SiUa, snort uius-jsnuary, I Oittc i;iiioiio (;iosni4 Hii,i.i't'it Wheat-No vember. Me; I t . mber, Me a; Hay, Ki1,! t ot i-November, at ti '(!!! b, leceniuor,ii,!i! January, !.7c; N, y GOtfa a. tials-Notera ler. I'tio: lioccmber, IssCclH'ica: May.llOHeb. fork Aovemiier, tS."U; Ijeeemuer. Im.W: January, tJ.ITi: tay. DM a. I.nr.l-No vember. S.Sjc; January, i.Cfto b; May t.S'tic a Minn Itiita Novcmbrr, 4.5ftc; January. t.n.'tto a; uay, i.rsH'ut MO. Live Rloek Market. St. Lorn -t;itt-l'uocy uiwi i. II ntts.tOi fir toott.ilue, it 01 11.41: ii'itclmrs', ttM(jl.ia lions I'aekliig. tl s " a.et: butchers' hii H alM, Yorkers, 1 10 U 60. blieep-Prlcel range at il Uti ; spr ag lauibt, la.ttJiiUi IIOIISICS Heavy itratt, good toeilra n l?JI2S K) lrirera. uoo.1 to extra 7A lrlil7a 10 Saihilera.gootl to extra eou-ulS, .i Matched tesuis. gooil toettra.... lui Wi.a-10 on btreelera till oo, s 1 0 oouilierii animals.. j OUut co 0 BULBS. KhKn-ls, 4 toT years old I SO orva rs id 1 1 H iiaiiua, I to 7 years old HA on ia 55 i' la imuils, 4 to 7 yoara old 60 1111,1 7 1 10 IIHbanils, I to 7 years old T.I 0u, do no li.iolUH lu.iiils, I lu TyearnolU.. 80 .muS kj t'uiiuuo-'l'he Dr ivers' Journal a oitlclsl iiouilons are as lullnns: llalilo Iteosipn SH.Caaj tieit.l: market dull: natlrns fully too lower, r air to oest oeevoa. ii.unss.ltt. slock ei-sau l leeitnrs, 1.4. 7S; mix-d cows and bulla. tl.lOul 40; Teians, 1i.nwa, weatern. s.i.0lrai.w. Ilogs-llaceipts. M.wsi head: es. tiroaicu tor to-morrow, 34,000 bead: market fully 5 3 1 0 lower. Light, J.0 s:i,f),; rough racking, I3..0,. Jll'i; mixed and butchers',:.: 70; heavy packlnx and ahliplng. 19 40,13.70; pigs, r..mn3 w. Mieep ucceiuta. i;,ouu lies, I; market a euoy; natives, ii.mi.i.im western, t; tfu.3 00, Texana, ll.eo&no; luinlis, 13.00a Kansas Citt (logs -Heavy, t.l.33aio2t: lli.'ht sad mcrtliim. M -;3.4 : pls, 1:1 00 J s 4A. Lulus-Native steers, b at, tl '.'0tl.ro: fair to good, .! MiK.tO coa a and hellers, best. KuOI.Oi; tal to good. II. 0033 oi; bulls. II. CO Q'.4H; atockers aud feeders, IS.50aS.50; calves. I ..no d 10,00: Toianaand wcsiai a siccrs, i.409 ..iu. CisciMKATi-Hogi Good to choice. HiOta Cotton. gnolaiinns lor mld-llui rurireas follows; St. I.oula "Ho: Now Vork. i 13-10;; N-iv Orleans. e?i: iloui..nis. at t t;n irioitoil. flnMnclal. Nsw York Nov. 4.-Monny on osll at 813214 pur cent.: prim aiermintilg paper, 4 per cent. Sterling eiohanue steady, with actual business la bankers' bills at 4S;"S4HJ tor sixty days, and mutm for donnum. I'osla.i rales, 4l8H3.nl t; rommerelal bills. 4SIHJ3 wi. i.icnongcs..w .ut v; balances. S4,70, oil. nar silver, VT. Mexlcsn dollars. Mi. Onvsrnment bonds steady, buile bonds dull K-.ilrond bonds weak. The southwestern Issues continue heavy at tne stock exenange. Atchison preferred made a low record and fell to S&H. the adjustments to 48 snd clsss A to There Is said to be oroadlaputo between the foreign and American Interests as to the composition ot the new board of directors, and this, with the poor earnings 01 me company, nas caused the Ing. Missouri Pacific If II to 2. L. 4 N. to D. A R. O. preferred to 47),. other weak stocks were Heading. Canada Southern, Illinois Cen tral and Mobile Ohio. 8t Paul receded to 14. notwithstanding the fact that Its earnings for the fourth week of October, 11,31.789, were tne largest In the history of tbs company. Blocs at mio-aay were weaa. IMPE3S0NAU NOTtS. ... TT-j. A connoisseur in cats, uymg m - fMd. ilas-s-, has 23 cats in u One he values at $1,000. Twd candidates for position on tur New York police force were founu 10 tave mcreascd their height by artificial means. One. with a blow witha club, has raised a half-inch bampou his head. and the other wore a wig on inco w... woman drummer for a cigar i. tory appeared ia Valdosta, Ca, a few ., .. . .r.,1 .nrnrised tbe merchants. She further surprised them later by rro-ing tUt she was an expert in hand- . , tn.1 t Iltldl- ling cigar anu uuuoo- ncss thoroughly. A brave New York woman. Whose name is not related, remain " U,KU. alone in a camp in the Kipoger.ua ro- vr.wj,!nl In the gion, away auo.c , - Maine forest, recently wuuc "-7 bund carried the sick gusle out to civili zation. A tmtd dog pursued a little gin in lUeeisnn. X. J- and she tOOK rciuge iu an insurance oOiee. The dog was ctose at her heels, and as the girl nasiiij cIowmI the door she squeeged the nlmal between the door and the frame, sun there held it until a young man anocKeu the brute lifeless v. ith a club. rvxnltza. In Cmx-r Silesia, has a Sleep ing girl who. In her waking intervals. divtilgoa comniunientiouB v. men aur professes to hav receiveo airecuy uum 1 n-v 1. f ,l. ilrv-l.- the t tririn. iaouauu i-.v - to see the miracle, and the police au tlioritiea also have her under observe Hon. A Parisian had the remain of Bis brother cremated. The ashea were put io a leather bng, nnd sent by rail to the brother's home. The bag was mislaid, ml suit has been instituted by the brother against the railroad company for the value of the dead man'a ashea. PEN, INK AND PENCIL. Plue Ink was first made in London. The "lead" of the tiencils ordinarily used is made of graphite, Pena are polished with emery powder in a large revolving drum The Usls of most indelible Inka It the ordinary nitrate of silver, 'Lead pencils' are a mlsomcr. There la no lead in their composition. Alley of iridum end osmium are now very generally used to point gold pens. The quill per, now used in England como from Germany and the Ketkcr- lauds. From 1S03 to 1813 many attempt went made, to fasten tnctvj points to quill pens, Over two thousand pntenta hnve been Issued In the United Etutca for the manufacture of inka. HIghHt of n to Leavenlc J Power. Latest V. S. Goft g J irssw a. aw ri TTTv a 1 i s v ' i 1 A -i i Baas' I 11T, 9 i ON THS 6RINY DEEP.' .. tiloe whale ot the Antarctlo ocean amuse themseWee by traveling in schools, and simultaneously jump ing ont of the water at lntoraIe of half a minute, ao that their entire length may be seen above the sea- Tdi Idea of air-tigni wmpa""" (nahioawaasurgeatevlby the peculiar eonstructlon of the nautilua. The aheU of this animal ha forty or fifty com partments. Into whloh air or water may be admitted, to allow the occupant to sink or float, aa It pleases. Tni British bark Omegm armed at Port Townsend with a crew that ln eindcd but one white man, and that one tho captain, an Englishman. The rest of the crow were Japanese sou Chinese, The captain had to fire bonds of liM tor each Chinaman, and !so hire a watchman to aee wuh none escaoctl. I H-tYB found PIso's Cure for Consump tion aa unfailini? medicine. R. Lots, 1Jj5 Boott bt., Covington, ny., w. i, io. Wisb men will apply their remedies to vims, not to names; to iu rsnwca u wlikb are permanens, not vuo orauivus. oreans by which they act, and the transi tory mode in which they appear.-Burko. Uall's Catarrh Cmro Is a Constitutional Cure, Price 750. "Tna world" Is a conventions! phrase. which, bciiiif interpreted, sigtUlcs all the rascality in it.-i)kkona. THE LAST CHANCE. Mrs. Johnson Had Only One Chance to 5a vo Hor Llfo. Now boe th Work ot Three Average Women, frets ti Uigtr, JsVjfeo, If a Mrs. Lucinda Johnson Uvea In Mexico, Mo. The Lnljer hat ust suecoodod la ob- taiulng aa laterviow with hor. This is the suhstaacc of her story I In the winter of '69 and 113 Mrs, Johnson was. like mnnr of her friends, attneke with ia irrliino. Yes. we've most of us had It, nnd know IU wrecking powers, when II gets ia na work on a Koud cutisl'ituiiun. Well, Mrs. Johnson, along about Christ mas, waa prostrated. Ail tin' moment si here In tho city only "brought her around, as nn "herbs snd roots" female svmnathln' exnrossed It, and she was left la a debili tated and extiuuntcd condition and ex.ie- rienee.1 acoiisuint pain in her loft side Hi was wholly uullt for her domestic dull. and was unnble to do any work about tlio house, even after the la grippe fover and ita characteristic sickness had left her. rilie la a consistent member of the church, and one Hunilay, between tlio Hunilay school and church erv ces. be ug bare v no e to bo eon- veyed there, alio hciii'd of a miracle tlmt Dr. TV imams' l'ink Pills for Palo Pconlo hai nerformed and she resolved to try them. 1 was like the drowning niuu grabbing at the last straw, it was her last nnd only chance to save her lite. She procured one box ot these pills from tlio south side druggists, rnsiu-u ot vurnut, iu tins city, anu uy me time she hail used half the box she and her watchful f rtomla noticed a marked Improve ment in her condition. Taking the rest of the box of mils and one moro box she re covered remarkably in an evccedinclv short nine, xieiorn ane nan used tue nrst box alie resumed her household ilutlcs and has been steadily at work for the last eiglitceu mourns, i took only a few boxes, perhapi live or six, to entirely euro her. Hiuce thei she was attacked by rheumatism, caused from careless eximsure. but bv nt once tak ing the Piak Pills for Pale People, she utovo mat painiui anu ureailliil malady away. Hhe told the reporter that whenever she felt that she was going to bo ill, she took one two of the pills and sho never got sick. Mrs. Johnson is perfectly healthy now and promises to live to a riiie old age. Her friends have never ceased to talk atmut hor almost miraculous recovery and are loud in their praise of the Pink Pills for Pule People, and all who have tried them say they would not bo without them under any conditions. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are not looked Upon as a patent medicine, but rather as a prescription. An analysis ot their proper ties shows that they contain, in condensed form, all the elements necessary to give now life nnd richness to the blood auof re store shattorcd nerves. They are an un failing spociilo for such diseases as locomo tor ataxia, partial paralysis, Bt. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after effects of la grippe, palpitations of the heart, pale and sallow complexion, and the tired feeling rr suiting from nervous prostration, elf dis eases resulting from vitiated humors in tho blood, such aa scrofula, chronic erysipelas, etc. rhoy are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as suppressions, Irregularities and all forms of weakness They are for sale by all druggists, or mnv be hail by mail from lie. Wiilinm w.ni;. Company, Hchenertady, N. Y., for 60c ncr box, or six boxos for ti.50. Amur-La of lallbinis ri t,.t gctlier when one of them took n..t hi. wateli. "Bless me!" exolnlme.1 k a watch 1" mi.-h ,1: i. youl" "Htx months. "-Washington Rnw ha. Km. ,L-i three husbands rWn J? ribl experience." ''Ym. ilr1 a brother who is aa aau J?-"V A m can fv,i wi7T what wages he gets, butu." Uther.-Akbjor(iloli a61 (OT.tVut aVjtUTu.iouTri k . i us. -.T- aJ. .i .. : ' 4 1 i"'" vtuwivjtiri.i' &Z4 tgss , . ana 51 rovB . "bik, kUcxa,,! ouiria,, lur-iui, Mors Bret, reaps. Caalea, a Araaeeae j uiu... . . .: I Couiik brnitCTji ,T. irr - laiinrj nnt am v A.N. F. when wiiiTiae i AavgariictTii etata that yea aaw la aa-L,. " Barar. " ceeoectwtstMtsTwf9ttM Bubbles or Medals. " Test sarsanariUas.'' When you think of it how eontndici that term is. For there can be only one best in any thing-oat I sarsaparilla, as there is one highest mountain, one longest river, a deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparilla is ? .... Then the rub I You can measure mountain height and ocean depth,! how test sarsaparilla ? You could, if you were chemists. But tin do you need to test it? The World's Fair Committee tested it,- thoroughly. They went behind the label on the bottle. Whit this sarsaparilla test result in? Every make of sarsaparilla shirtst of the Fair, except Aycr's. So it was that Aycr's watte a sarsaparilla admitted to the World Fair. 1 he committee torn! the best. They had no room for anything that was not the V And as the best, Ayer's Sarsaparilla received the medal and wi due its merits. Remember the word " best " is a bubble any bm can blow; but there are pins to prick such bubbles. Those oli, are blowing more ' best sarsaparilla " bubbles since the WorkM pricked tho old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsaparilla has the nei Tho pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pit ft pricks the bubble proves it wind. We point to medals, not W blcs, when wc say : The best sarsaparilla is Aycr's. j it 99 MWtK: Soap. Comes soon to all who employ the helpful services of I Does the work quicker, doe It better, lasts longer. I once, bold everywhere. Made only by I The N. K. Fairbank Company, Begia to St. Loufc "" hi roe i exclaimed lshcd companion, "vou've got "Looks like it.'' "And how m cost Utar. From Now Until Rnrln. sell- Overcoats and winter wraps will be In f ash " -H'n . r e'm J uirded, temporarily, ocka w.h le V?Ymng in the suW heated traiS oi me uticugn, Milwaukee & Hi. Paul Hail way For .olid comfort, for speed and if salety, no other lino eau comnara with n.i. groat railway ot the West ODDITIES IN FLOWERS. The stamens of the common barberry H submits to ha scope who suffer, himself to be caueS fr. . fit of passion.-Lavawr. ght m Th Skill and Knowledge F".6"'!,' th,e Production of the most ner- will draw Jiack when touched as though feet snd popular laxative remedy know unpleasantly affected by the sensation, hawenabled the California Fig Byrun Co' Ture white geraniums, looking a. $ Kmcr though they were made of almost trans- coded to be the universal laxative? tr-Ii00?" parent wax, are grown by English by aU druggists, ror,a18 Borrow has not been given to ns fn row. sake, hut at. lessSi Twhl?h wa. r? learn somewhat, which omsa len o oeases to bo sorrovy "-Carlyte. U or Kyes Cnre.1. Jackson'i Indian Kye Salve neverfalla Ia do this; a5o at all drug .tores. 40 APagFRBitsn Creditor etna t, pttw,V4bULr!S,Bra rawer florists. In Syria, near Damascus, there Is snid to grow a hummingbird plant, the f'ower of which beers a close resem blance to the humming bird. The breast ia red, tho wings are a dark green, the back yellow, the hepd, ajid ... !1 1.1. .!.... 1.1.. .... " "I ' i an vi ui ii wiasMtt National Pimm WASHIMQ COMPOUNfi TMtgREATIfMNTION! fM Savwo Ton 4 ttmc ItxrtiDfffqLe p rVoyoi NEW YOhK. economy. There's room for a little more i Too many women are wasting and strength over a wash-board ; bing their clothes to pieces ; wasting I money. You'd be astonished if yo figure up the actual money savugj year by the use of Pcarline. -of women are using it now, W, suppose that all women were T careful and thrifty, and that t one used Pearline! It's to" 8 to hope for but the whole K would be the richer for itv Q0J Peddlers and some nricrtirnlo f oena uu you mi. u s i , "Jl . . 'n TT'S FALSI! "back a . 1 w r.ariinf. urn v. " you something h huk. ia pla The One Crop System of farming gradually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer conttii high percentage of Potash is used. Better crops, a better toO, larger bank account can only then be expected. Write for eur " Farmers' Guide," a Ma-page illustrated W I is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent ft I will make and save you money. Address, - f) GERMAN KALI WORKS, 01 Naaaaa SutH." D UNOAtrS LiniLIEHT Sg l ilheiimatism ."" EwEr?BHa?..U0 ,N HO"s" "na MULE9 It le a " D1A .