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ABERDEEN. MISSISSIPPI. FRUIT Oil FLOWER. When orchiirils smllo, and our (rnMims bloom In i-Hinbnw homily from duv to ilnv. And voiilimt li'iillcit mid niwMinji pliiine Koop tiiw ti niusio the brouzus play, How swei-t the bowor When sun and showor Unfold tho bud and reveal the flowerl Along the meadows in g-loamlnir linos From year to your is thi' promise writ; Tusw-lg and tendrils of cliuifinit vinos Aro never wom-y proclaiming it; As bells in tho tower Toll forth the hour, They herald tho fruit that follows the flowor. We may watch and wait, hut can hnstennot The sweet fruition our hearts desire, Nor (father the ri-hoo or the apricot Until they are fed with the noonday Are; Thouirh tho holds we scour, We have no power To harvest the fruit that is still in flower. Hut when tho orchards aro pink and white, And all the meadows are (rroen and (ray. In the promise given wo bike delitrht, And breathe the friurrauou that com'" ,n Mav, Nor aslcfor tho dower Of a rimtr hour, .a For the perfect fruit in Um0 J0JJSi,,, -Josephine 2Wi-0,wi Harpers Weeklu. ItPMlSH LAW OF TREASON. Trials for high treason have boen most rare in modorn times, and the whole subject is investod with a singu lar interest even for the general read ing public. From the beginning of tho common, law treason was recognized anil punished as a crime, the cause of the crime always being some act of hos tility aguinst the Crown by some one owing allegiance to it. With an un written law and corrupt or subservient Judges, it may readily be imagined what bloody injustices were possible. Tho laws of Alfred declared that if any man plotted against tho King, -either himself or by harboring exiles, he should be liable in his lifts and all his possessions. During the two centuries that followed tho conquest, however, trials for treason were rare, and the literature of the subject is scanty. The King being merely regarded as a sort of l'remier-liaron, and there be ing no dilliculty in linding a Haw in his title, treasonable enterprises were- frequent; per contra, when those engaged in such enterprises came to grief, they were got rid of without excessive formality. William deUraose, when King John invited him to send his son as a page to (Jueen Isabella, hesitated, and his wife declared that she would never trust her child in the hands of a man who had murdered his own nephew. The result was that the .whole family, having vainly lied to tho Irish wilds, was shut up in a room in the tower and starred to death. The punishments varied, but were often barbarous. The Karons under Mortimer and Isabella hanged Lo Despeneer and burned out Edward U.'s bowels with a red-hot iron introduced through a cow's horn. The Norsemen had an interest ing way of insinuating an adder into a prisoner's stomach in a similar fashion, while Edward 111. when ho caught Mortimer, his mother's paramour, mere ly hanged him. In the twenty-fifth year of his reign, Edward made a creditable attempt at remedying the un certainty of the earlier law under which counterfeiting was treason, whether the King's seal or his coin were copied, and it was treason to " encroach upon the royal power." The new statute mado it treason to compass tho sover eign's death, to levy war against him, or to adhere to his enemies, etc., though all such oil'enses hail to be proved by an over act. "Compassing the King's death," however, proved a term capa ble of almost indefinite expansion; and when the phrase could not bo stretched to take in an obnoxious opponent, tho law was disregarded, or a new act was passed for his benelit. Not alone was a prosecution for treason a convenient method of getting rid of a political op ponent, but very small lisli were scooped m in the net. Under Edward IV., one man, whose deer the King had killed, was put to death for wishing that the King had tho deer's horns in his belly, and another was hanged, drawn and quartered for making a pun. lie called his inn the Crown, and his son the heir to the Crown. The Judges must hare resembled that loyal magistrate of tho last century who sent a man to jail for declaring that the trince of Wales was born without a shirt to his back. A special statute of Henry VIII. made it treason to believe the King's marriage with Anne of Clcrc valid. The statute of Edward VI. re quired for the conviction of one charged wilh treason two sufficient and lawful witnesses, but this provision was eluded in a dozen ways. Macon, when Attorney-General, convicted tho decrepit old Parson Peaeham of treason by bringing in a sermon found in his study wliieh had never been preached more by token, the groat philosopher stood by him when lie was racked to extort a confession. The punishment of treason in the "good old times" was something too horrible almost for description. The average reader has a mild and very er roneous idea of what " hanging, draw ing and quartering" really meant, but he will bo instructed if he reads tho his tory of the Jesuit Mallard's conspiracy in favor of Mary Queen of Scots, in which he enlisted Anthony liabington, Chidiock Titchliourno and other gen erous young men; or turns to the recital by Mrs. Elizabeth Willotighby of tho execution of the Jesuit Hugh Green, in 1642. "The hangman," we read, "either through unskilllitlnes or for want of a sufficient presence of mind, had so ill perfonned his first duty of hanging him that when ho was cut down ho was per fectly sensible und able to sit, upright upon the ground, viewing the crowd that stood about him. Tho person who undertook to quarter him was one Mare foot, a barber, who, being very timor ous when he found ho was to attack a living man, it was near half an hour be fore the HiiU'erer was rendered entirely insensible of pain. The mob pulled at the rope and threw the Jesuit on his back. Then the barber immediately fell to work, ripped up his belly, and laiil the llaps of skin on both sides, the poor gentleman being so present to him self as to mako tho sign of the cross with one hand. During this operation the writer of this kneeled at the Jesuit's head and held it fast between her hands. His face was covered with a thick sweat! and blood issued from his mouth, ears and eyes, and his forehead burned with so much heat that she could scarce en dure her hand upon it. The barber be ing still under a great consternation" but enough. When Titus Gates hatched the Popish plot of 167, tho infamous Chief-Justice Scroggs aided the perjurer most vigor ously. No second witness appearing when tho Jesuit Whitbread was put urH on trial, Scroggs discharged the jury lo enable the Crown to supplement ita evidence, and. on a subsequent occasion, Whitbread was duly convicted ami ex ecuted. Put .V'croggs was 'outdone by Jeffreys, '"hen Lord William llus- sel and Algernon Sidney were brought before him in loXit, on a hnrsre ot com plicity in the alleged Rye-hou. rirt. The jury was constituted illegally, and he was "refused tho right to challenge, while not one witness proved the of fense charged conspiring to kill the King. In Kidney's case, only one wit ness" the infamous Lord Howard, ooald be Hound, but Jetl'reys improved on Macon by aoccpting as tho second wit ness garbled extracts from a theoretical manuscript work on government found among his papers. Sir Thomas Atm strong was at tho same time hanged, drawn and quartered, " withoiji trial, without having been confronted with his accusers, and without being heard in his own defense." Anyone can read in Macaulay the story of the bloody assize in the west, after Monmouth's'rebellion, when men were hanged and quartered by hundreds, and Jeffreys scnten ' Alice Lisle to be burned aliv. "ue sen tence being with diuio-?? commuted to decapitation. v'oth tnt less fortun-rv ng burnetl to death at Xybn m October, 168o. When there ..its not evidence enough for Scroggs or Jeffreys, tho crown could always pass a bill of attaindor and have Parliament declare A or B guilty of high treason, and therefore be executed, with ex tinction of his titles and confiscation of his property. William of Orange made haste to do honor to Russell and Sid ney's memory, yet he was the last sovereign to employ a bill of attainder. Thus ho sent Sir John Fenwick, a Jacobite, to the gallows, it being hope less to indict him with one witness to the overt act. The bill was with diffi culty got through Parliament, Lord Derby opposing it eloquently in tho Lords. In those days tho prisoner was hanged for half an hour; then liis heart and bowels were torn out and burned; then his body was quartered, and the four fragments and his head were stuck upon spikes in different parts of the country. After the Jacobite rising of 1745, Townley and Flateher were thus dismembered, their heads being sot up over Temple Mar, where SamuelRogers, tho banker-poet, remembered seeing them. They rotted away about the time of our Declaration of Independence. Tho last persons executed in England for high treason were Arthur Thistle wood and his four companions, hanged at the Old Mailey, May 1, 1820, for the famous Cato street conspiracy to massa cre the Ministers at dinner and carry off the heads of Castlereagh and Sidmouth as special trophies in bags prepared for tho purpose. They were the last pris oners confined in tho tower, and the lust beheaded after death. My tho way, hanging, drawing and quartering was inaugurated in England in 1241, when William Marise, the son of a nobleman, suffered for piracy. September 21, 1848, William Smith O'Brien, convicted of high treason, was sentenced to bo hanged, anil then beheaded and quar tered. A similar sentence had been passed on John Francis, in June, 1842, for tint attempted murder of the Queen. Mr. O'Brien rather nonplused the au thorities by objecting to have his death sentence commuted to transportation, on the ground that tho Queen had no pow er to substitute one penalty for another, and it was deemed expedient to pass an act of Parliament to remove tho doubts excited as to the legality of the act of clemency. In old times the fact that a truo bill for treason had to bo found by a Grand Jury saved many a noble politician whose hood would have fallen once ho was before tho lords. Two witnesses were needed is to the overt act, end the prisoner was entitled to a copy of the indictment and the jury panel p certain time before his arraignment. But ac cording to the act of 1800, where tho overt act is in the nature of a direct at tempt on the life of the sovereign, the trial is to be conducted in the same man ner as an ordinary indictment for felo ny. London NpaUtU lo Chicago Times. Burled In a Trance. A Now Brunswick (N. J.) dispatch says: In the latter part of March a man named James Gilliland, residing here, died after a brief illness. He was a car pet weaver by trade, and was well known in the neighborhood. After death his house was visited by sympa thizing friends, who were anxious to look once mora on their departed com rade. There was a peculiar appearance about the body, which was tho subject of comment, and many of the visitors refused to believe that life had depart ed. Even after the body had been pre pared for burial and inclosed in a collin there was none of the ordinary appear ances found in a corpse, and Gilliland's friends were greatly agitated over' the matter, many of them believing that he was only in a trance. So strong was this belief that physicians were called in to make an examination. Uhey found the body slightly warm, and hav ing none of the chilly feeling to the touch which is always found in dead bodies; the face was somewhat Hushed, and the supposed dead man resembled a person in a deep sleep more than a mass of life less clay. The doctors, however, after a critical examination, pronounced Gil liland dead, and the funeral took placo the following day, the interment being in the cemetery. " Last week a brother of Gilliland came to this city to mako an examination, having heard that there were suspicions that the man was not dead when burial took place. Ha proceeded to tho cemetery yesterday in company with a man to reopen tho grave. When tho coflin was reached tho lid was carefully removed, and to the great horror of the man ho dis covered indiibitablo evidence that his brother had been entombed while in a trance, and had afterward recovered consciousness. The body was found lying on one side with the face terribly scratched, as though done while in agony. It is thought that tho unfort unate man, on recovering conscious ness, endeavored to free himself from his collin, and that a terrible struggle for life took pliuM), the hands being horribly lacerated, while the face plain ly showed signs of terror. The body was immediately reburied. Last even ing tho family of tho tinforlunato man refused to give any information on the subject, and the "cemetery authorities were likewise reticent. ' Didn't Know His Own Language. The deplorable ignorance of foreign ers was conspicuously displayed the other day in a certain English village. The keeper of the principal shop has aspirations for his daughter, arm sent her to several boarding and finishing schools till she was, in her fond father's eyes, brimful of knowledge of the most unimpeachable character. He believed her to be possessed of unlimited wis dom, and proudly told a friend how she played, sang, danced, and what a num ber of languages she spoke. "But how ignorant them foreigners is!" he ob served. "Why, there was a French man down here last week, and my gal was talking to him for an hour or more, and I tell you half tho time he couldn't make out what she was-saying.! Tho man didn't know hU own luu-ffuagel" H0.HE, FARM AND GARDEN. An amateur botanist in Wisconsin il to have prepared !)39 specimens ot flowering ,,,,, aU of w,lich fa been identified. No class of real property is a, cutting in value so rapidly as forest lauds or well wood areas. They will also be rieh legacies to future generations. - -The barberry is one of tho prettiest of garden plants. It is very ornament al, especially when the fruit is ripe, and tho latter makes an excellent sour sauce. - N. T. Examiner. Salsify, or vegetable oyster, is culti vated the same as carrots or parsnips, aud is considered by many as a luxury. It is used for soup, boileil. can be sliced and fried nor, when it makes a fair sii'iute for fried oysters. Dcn t ribune. Mouse holes in the walls and closets should bo first tilled with lime and after ward plastered over with planter of Paris mixed with water. It is a good plan to keep a paper of the lat ter in every house, as it is useful in filling cracks, and in may other ways in house hold economy. Weights and Measures: It may be interesting to some housekeepers to know that one quart of wheat flour, or soft butter, or of broken loaf sugar makes a pound; a quart of corn meal, or of best brown sugar, ono pound and two ounces; white sugar or powdered sugar, one pound and one ounce; ten eggs, one pound; sixteen largo table spoonfuls make ono liquid half pint. A common sized tumbler holds half a gill. Sixty drops make ono tablespoonf ul. A Missouri paper notes that "the sheep interest and the sheep-killing dog interest are as antagonistic as fire and water. The two cannot exist together. Ono or the other must go. Tho sheep is always a valuable animal in every section adapted to its nature and habits. The sheep-killing dog is not valuable in a community where sheep aro kept. When the domesticated dog forsakes his civilized habits and returns to those of his ancestor tho wolf, he ought to be treated as a wolf. So far as he is a mid night marauder upon the shepherd's Hocks, lie ought to be trapped, shot ot poisoned, in any way that is most con venient to tho sheep owner." Root Beer: For each gallon of water to be used take hops, burdock, yellow dock, sarsapariUa, dandelion and spike nard roots each one-half ounce; bruise and boil twenty minutes; strain; while hot add eight or ten droits oils of spruce anil sassafras mixed, w hen cool enough not to scald vour hand, add two or three tablespoonfuls yeast, half pint of molas ses or half pound white sugar. Keep these preparations for as many gallons as you wish to make. It is best to get the dry roots, or dig and dry; you may add other roots which you know to be possessed of the qualities dosiro I. After all is mixed let it stand in a jar with a cloth thrown over it to work about two hours; then bottle and set in a cool place. Uermrmtnwn Telegraph. (danders. Ula'Wi-s, as cveryono knows, is a highly contagious disorder of solineds. and is now very prevalent in the United Kingdom. In London it is especially so, and causes great losses to owners of horses. It is readily communicable be tween the horse and ass species, less so between the so aud other species, but man is frequently infected. It is a most repulsive malady, and is ineurab'e. Very much of our knowledge respecting it is entirely Hue to expernneiils on liv ing animals. Not in frequently it mani fests itself in a chronic form, nnd with such vague symptoms (though it is, nevertheless, as contagious as if these wero well marked) that the most skill ful veterinary surgeon cannot tell for certain whether it is the disease or only an ordinary catarrh. If it be glanders, then to allow tho animal to live is to endanger the life of every horse and man who come in contact with it; while to destroy it, if tho malady is not con tagions, would bo cruel ami unneces sary. When time is an object, or facili ties for isolation are not present, then test inoculation must be resorted to. For the purpose a worthless horse, or, better still, an ass, is inoculated, and a few days sullice to decide whether glanders is present. If tho result of the inoculation is nllirmative, the experi mental animal manifests symptoms, generally at tho seat of inoculation, which cause it little if any discomfort:, and it is at once destroyed, as is also tho suspected horse. By this precau tionary procedure many horses, possibly those of an entire regiment of army corps, may be saved from peril, anil human lives preserved from a loath some and fatal disease. In elucidating tho processes of disease, in framing preventive measures, in investigating the spread of contagious disorders, ts well as in perfecting modes of surgictd operation, experiments on living creat ures are absolutely necessary, for their own interests no less than or those of mankind. Veterinary medicine and sur gery are based on humanity no less than on utility, and their aim is to remove or alleviate pain among the animals placed under the dominion of man. By ex periments in pathology, disease and mortality have been vastly diminished, and continued experiments in the same direction will cause further diminution. If mankind benefit, so do animals. A discovery which will avert disease in one will probably do so in tho others; every advance of knowledge is a boon to all. To prohibit resort to experimental pathology would be at once to doom creatures which wo are hound to protect to the endurance through all time of terrible suffering from disease that might otherwise le vanquished. Ab horring cruelty in every shape, and desirous of abolishing it by every pos sible means, I must nevertheless depre cate tho attempt to place a barrier across the path pursued in pathological investigations on animals. Nineteenth Century. Repairing the Implements. A tool or implement should never be put away after being used, without be ing put into good condit ion and made reaily for the next season's work. But that is not always done, and when it is not, the repairs should be attended to at the first part of the season. In many sections where the spring work is al ready under full headway, it is now tou late to get the full advantage of fixing up things, but the principle of "better late than never" holds good. It is both irritating and unprofitable to use a plow, cultivator, harrow or any other imple ment that is giving out every few days, and, perhaps, does not work well any of the time.- Under such circumstances thero is no bettor funo than now to stop and have the implement repaired. Mako a business of it. Look carefully over everything, and if thero is a boll, or a screw, or a nut or handle that needs re placing, have it done, and tho trouble and loss of time that it may nave will vastly repay the effort. Westa h liuraU A man namerl Rosenbloom. Bars the Keno (Nev.) Gazette, owns a forty lnt nn tho hillside nnar the Enclish mill, northeast of town, and recently he plowea up ten acres ior b gaiueu. a subsequent wind blew the ten acres of t-1 i lana away ana leu noimng dui rocks. VegetabU or Mineral. A physician writing to a Journal of medi cine, not long ago, proclaimed against the use of mineral poisont in curing diseases, on the ground that in ninety-nine cases out of a hun dred more mischief than benelit was the re mit. In his practice he dispensed entirely with the use of mercury, etc., and attributed his success mostly to hlsprmcrlbing vegetable and herb medicines ouly. In the face ot these flirts. vry invalid should take warning. Tone up the system and give strength to the various organs of life by using such a remedy as Dr. Guysott't Yellow Dock and Sarsapa riUa. Its soothing and refreshing influence will drive away all phvslcal and mental rji. tress. It is especially" strength-'" to the urinary and digest ; Kns- ,A ''"El J ,01 wm J.. ..O iui merit. It It rsry pleasant to take. Miss Dickinson Is a noble-hearted woman, say what they will. She is always ready to take a man's part. .Boston TramcHpU A tocno man signing himself J. L. D., writes as follows: "Six months ago I felt all broke up, 1 was very nervous. The least ex citement caused my heart to thump like an engine, at other times It seemed to cease heat ing altogether. I also had dyspepsia bad, and at night I was very restless, and had disturb ing dreams. My whole system seemed out of fix, and pimples and sores troubled me great ly. I was advised by a druggist to try Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and SarsapariUa. It has restored me to perfect health." A foolish old woman, being one evening at a party, wat greatly at a loss for somethiug to say. At length she ventured to inquire of a gentleman who sat next her whether his mother had any children. The gentleman politely pointed out the absurdity of her in quiry. "Ibeg pardon," exclaimed the old lady, perceiving her mistake; don't you "un derstand me. I wish to inquire whether your grandmother had any children." Shrewdness and Ability, Hod Bitters, so freelv advertised In all the fiapert, secular and religious, are having a nrge sale, and are supplanting alt other medi cines. There is no denying the virtues of the Hop plant, and the proprietors of these Bitters have shown great shrewdness and ability in comDoundlnir a Bitters whose virtues are ao palpable to every one's observation. Examin er ana uarwime. "On, for a better half I" said the sorrowing widower when he found a counterfeit fifty- cent piece among his change. vanumag i nouru. Dragging Pains." Dr. R. V. Pjiihcb, Buffalo, N. Y. ! Dear Hir Mv wife had suffered with "female weak nesses" fur nearly three years. At timet she could hardly move, she had such dragging pains. We often saw your u Favorite Prescrip tion" advertised, but supposod like most patent medicines It did not amount to anything, but at last concluded to try a bottle, which she did. It made her tick at first, but it began to show its effect in a marked improvement, and two bottles cured her. i ours, etc., A. J. Huyck, Deposit, N. T. Rtan, the pugilist, it fond of "Pinafore," It is said. Vi e cannot believe this, as he has snown no desire recently to lace Huiuvau't music, rni ncort. Suicide Made Easy. Let your liver complaint take its own course and don t taae ur. rierce s "(ioinen jvieau-ai Discovery." Sold by druggists. Custom rr " Give me some fish I" Waiter "What will you take, sir, Wuetlshl" Cus tomer "It makes no difference; I am color Diino." rucn. Dr. Pikrcb's "Pellets," or sugar-coated granules the original "little liver pills," (beware of imitations) cure sick and bilious headache, cleanse the stomach and bowels, and tiurifv the blood. To iret E-enume. see Dr. Pierce's signature and portrait on Government stamp. & cents per vial, oy druggists. n. UIS.-S TI.B..V Alt n no wuj an.ru fr ills uinr- nage cemnei'te quiuuy iohkoii uib iihc a:m pointed to a bald spot The evidence was WUUU,I,B Writs to Mrs. Lvdla E. Plnkham. 233 West ern Avenue, I.ynn, Mass., for names of ladies that have been restored to perfect health by the use of her Vegetable Compound. It is a positive cure for the most stubborn cases of lemale weakness. "Can you flirt a fan)" asked a coquette of ncr partner. "iNo," ne replied, "lean not; but 1 can fan a tnrt." " A doubtful friend Is worse than a cer tain enemy." And vire vertia a certain friend is lnliuitely better than a doubtful enemy. Thus Klduev-Wort is an incomnarablv better friend to the human race than whole cata logues full of doubtful nostrums. It is an un- iaiung remedy lor tnat tormenting disease, piles. It moves the bowels treutlv and freelv. and thus removes the cause. Do not fail to try It faithfully either in dry or liquid form. Wbrn a murderer is reprieved twentv min utes before the performance Is to take place, a playful way to put it Is, that he " skipped the rope." lexat stjuny. 'Ins fairest faces arc sometimes marred by myriads of pimples, and markings of tetter or freckles, which are readily removed by a popular toilet dressing, Known at ur. Hen son's Skin Cure. Even scrofulous ulcers yield to it. Dr. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills have a wide reputation ssthe best, safest and cheapest remedy extant, for all nervous diseases ana oeaaacnes. Wnv would coal dealers make good lawyers! Because they know all about coke and little ton. isamtimtffe i riotuie. In the Diamond Dyes more coloring ft given lor lucentstnau many loorzn-ccm uyes, and they give fastoraud more brilliant colors. Somi of the young ladles who go to Florida hrinir home vniinr nlllmitai-a. Others secure husbands. "RoroH on Rats." Clears out rati, mice, roaches, bed-bugs, vermin, chipmunks. 13c. It ft a sad astronomical fact that during the terrible thunder storm the other night the milky way became tour. N. T. Herald. TUB MARKETS. MEW YORK, Marft,18. C ATTTiH T! tfporta JI2 00 a 15 01) COTTON Middling & I'-itf KMiUR-tiood to Choice don 9 WIlliAI-No.il Kd 147 1 No. i boring 1 4-i 9 1 4:1 corn-No. n m ki OATS Western Mixed fill - l"l 1'OHK-Standard Mess 18 tt tt 18 60 ST. LOUIS. COTTON-Mlddllllg U'i liliKVES lioioe 7 4(1 0 8 00 Fair to Good e (KI a 7-1 Native Cows 4 11 BAD Texas Steers 4 00 v 8 on HOGS Conimoii to Select.. .. 6 00 7 7S SMKK1' Fair to Choice 4 40 e (I Ih KI,OUIt-XXX to Choice alio 48 a HO WHEAT No. 8 Winter 1 : tt 1 : No. 8 " 1 2:1 1 M CORX-So. t Mixed 74 75 OATS No. 4 67 68 HYK-No.3 8J a 88 TUUAO'OO Dark Lugs 4 76 6 M Medium Dark Leaf t 00 0 00 HAY Choice Tlmothv 23 K a 23 00 1IUTTKII Choice Dairy 2S a 24 K(iUS Choice 14 a 16 PORK Standard Mess 18 76 a 19 60 BACON Clear Rib 11 a 1 IX LARD Prime Steam II 1 IX WOOL Tub-wanhed,medluin 88 a 8x Unwashed 23 a 26 CHICAGO. CATTLE Exports 7 26 a 7 80 HOGS Hood to oholce 6 60 a 7 0 6 H E K P Good to choice 6 60 0 60 FLOUR Winter 6 00 a 7 00 Spring oo a 7 00 WHEAT No. 2 Spring 126 m 12(1 No. 8 Spring 1 16 1 17 0ORN-NO.3 74 7S OATS No.. 62 63 RKE 79 a 80 PORK New Mesa 18 00 m 18 60 KANSAS CITI. CATTLE Native Steers.... .. 6 75 6 76 " Native Cows 8 SO a t 26 HOGS Sales at 00 a 7 35 WHEAT No. 2 1 19 1 No. 8 on a l oo OORN No. a Mixed 72 a 73 OATS No. 2 63 m 55 NEW ORLEANS. FTXJIIK High Uradet t 60 T B OlMN White 3 a H OATS-Cholee , 04 a 06 11 Ay-Choice 28 on a 27 00 PORK-Mess 19 00 ( 19 50 BACON-Clear Rib 11 H COTTON Middling M "BUOHu..,-. II ftnlnb mmnlnte CUre. all annoying Kidney suaue(. i, at Druggists. A good time to offer Tour hand to a laUT when the Is getting out of an omnibus. RinDiNe't Russia Salve It uneaualed for chilblainSCbappedhands,frost bitee,etcTryit. new brand. "Spring Tobacco." National Yeast Is the best. Use it. Tot tfca Car of Cough, Cold, Hnsrflrnii, Aithmt, Bronchltit, Croup, lufluc nz, Whonplmr Conih, lndp leai uoaiumpiiou. c rnca oniy o cvau m uut,uv. S66 A WEEK In vour own town. Terms and 16 ouull fret. Audi's HJiallett k On,,portlnd,M t MEW AGENTS GOODS MK: S72. A WEEK, tia a dav at home easily made. Costly oulht frea. Address True k Oo, Aiunuta. Ma d? VI MONTH-AOENTS WANTED Jta -a Milling article!! in the world: 1 1 VfisWtl Addresi Jar Hronon. Dot 90 hrmt sain nlc Stm. el rule Mich. BUGGIES Frioet. UNION CARRIAGE MFO. ra CO.lOinoiiuuttllO. Catalogue Irafc C 0fl per dav at borne. Samples worth $5 1 3 .0 iZU ire. AiWrtaaSTlHatON iiOoH Portland, Me. AUTTTTUff MORPHINE I I LI I II 111 A TrmtHnn no fhf lr I I I I I III epptMr cur KKNT KKKl: Sieerireura SENT KKKE. DR. J.U. OFf MAN, P.O.Uos lU.t'l.Ic&tro.lU IK On ft CARPENTER now um OUT aw UUU VPHttitro ftln all klnilfinf ftWA.fU) tliev WlllCllt bettor than ever. Priw .!. Circular and prireito Agents. AddreiaB. ROTH4BHO., New Oxford, I'a. II IDPC' IMPROVED ROOT BEER IICEIB Sao. package mnkes 5 gallon of I iTflmpe-rance beveraur- Aakrourdrutfl-iUor-eiit bf null for . C. B. Unit, 48 N. iia. Are ., I1 bit. THRESHERS' The Beet I llu i-AMDMl. llltl,- ir&lnd nrleelltC free. THE AULTMAN TAITLOR CO.. Msnsteld, O. npiiTit in aiiTrn Th only authentic HUCn I 0 Tl Ail I CU I,ifeof.fre4mp. IHrlutfd by l.in Wife nntt Mullwr. fntlHL etc., fill cent. J. U. CIIAMIIKKSACII., I'uMI-hers, H. I. mils. Mo. ELEGANT PORTRAITS I S.KUf:1?,'; (opyintf nd Enianrlnr PO ICT K A I 'I'M. Kxtra ovdituiry VifK. and Oumnfm LtfjUimoie. Addrcm B. C. TitLMAN 4 Co. , 1UU4 105 UeocHOu tit. , Auburn, N. Y ASTHMA SHED Gcnaaa Attbiimlar nevoraikloiiiYm- mcti( nliif in tbt) wont raww.itisurM onmfori-1 able sleep; effeotararra where all others fail. A trial convince the tnof katiiml. Price 60c. and I .OOaof Drutftriats or by tn all. Bainpl I- It K F, OIU M foratamp )n K HCHirrM ah, m. rani, Minn I lJE"E AGENTS WANTED FRANK for tlio ONLY authorized History --M-!L: of those Inrribte Itumitt of the M I II EC ImHikIi'K tll Lives nf tliH mr HllILd VOIM.I It 11HCITIIKHS nnd Urn T irllline Acts of the whole Itftncl of Outlaw,. Olvss the only honr.t scfonnt of Joksp .Inning from lira cnrnii- lu in. ikihi iivii.ini m. tnist'i'ii, jiii.i April 3, 1W2. Finely UluMrati-il, snil it untntl lK Until. Outfit only 50 c(8. Write NOW for low terms. BaXFOltn CI.AKKK PHHI.IHMIN'OCO,, Iio. 1B Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS VOII THK LIVER. A ipfcdy cure for liver complaint, regit latin ff the bowels, ptirlfyliifj the blood, cleansing frinn iiKilurlal taint. A pertcci cure for flick headm lie, constipation and dvipepsia. S-ld by c"j leading DrnnRltt. F -r ciret'iiir'i nnd Bl'iif'toica h full purticulara, addnni P.O. llox OSO, fSfw lork t'Hy. I WeareactlT. It anti-aged la Ttlono' Pension and other War r-l.fi.,. .rwl pa. ' ...Ar-l-fll'll- . iflt 0OrrRlonitenc. K I Yawa-rtt' lvprint-a slII.O li. H'l JDVEns 4( 0.1 Attorney, ale,. TO A B H I N u TO n , U. VI. M '- 'iJ, Chicago, III.; Dktkoit. Mich. Hidtin't Find it on otht bmt, ehenpwt Tend inlht WorUU mntHhaviantt rh iMrm v "J"'' f'Jf wm, hvif His'-tha" IKVAMO'S DIKT. RUHR'S FOOtrBCiT"thnlndoririnntofphyht- tUna ofalUchftnlithn world ovr. Inonnnffi cents, Meant 1 2fmndl.TR,barinrtb sipnntorcof AYOOLKU H fe CO. on every label MAKE HENS LAY An EngliHh Veterinary 8urgon and Chemist, now trawling in th is country, Baya that most of the Horse and Cattle Powders sold here are worth less tranh. He ays tit at Sheridan's Condi t ion Powders are abaolutciy piireand itnmonaply TRhmblft. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like Sheridan's (Jondition Powders. Doae, one teaspoon ful to one pint food. Hold every where, or ent by mail for eight letter stamps. I. S. JOHNSON At;u.,l.OBtnn,Mats..lormi'riy uannor, me. Pausons' Purgative Pills make new rich blood. m III BLOOD! PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS Diooil. and will completely change the blood In (he en tire system fn three months. AtrfpersoB who will take 1 pttlcaaii uight from 1 to IS weeks may be rtorcd SO Bound UCaiUl, Il SUCn lOlIlg Uf. xiBH'iv. oviu cr rywtiere, or sent by niafl for lettar stamps. I. 8. JoansoB Co., Boston. Mass., formerly Bangor, Ms, HAS BEEN PROVED Tha SUREST CURE for KIDNEY DISEASES. hak or dlwirdered vrin. lndi- L.TTS,.. r.viotimP THIN DO NOT HSSITATHi UM Kidney-Wort at ono., (drug. iita reoommand it) ana it wllupwaiiT ora-. I - . j -- - - tiAt<htsr SAnnn. loom we aiHMv , " " i JI tk 'Or OOmpiaaUlia jrvuusu- M It will act promptly and safely. . rbrioa ous or ropy ; " IpaUlES, t aptWOAiy JT-a swa ar-"w . nWZraWis;i ! Dai ot a Hew Era. Dltton Co. mslM l irclsl fuslnrp of Sandsy Bchool Song Books, snii cn Mfi-lr soinmrnd tho thr nuw one, which thny puhllh IhH iciw.in. I l'"lr"n pllrrl srfl nrsctlosl workers lo the Sundsj Bcliopl, and with prevlou, putiiuistioos nav. o.n .xi-rwHirijr uu eeiRf ul. Th. new book, are : THE BEACON LIGHT. Br J. H. TBNNEy snd K. A. HOFFMAN. A collection of new hymns snd tunos, csrefully se Cctril from s Urge dusnllly of msnuncrlplj. of whlc four out of every Ave were rejected, only the very oei being retslned. Irl, BO csaU. LIGHT AND LIFE. By R. M. MclNl'OSH. Thl, new hook Is quit, ooraprehemlve, providing In i ini.il .pace .mple m.t.rl.1 for two Tesrs, Inclining i greet variety of new hymna aswell jome older one whleh ere aiwsyi in rqu..i. . BANNER OF) VICTORY. n. A I IBRI V .,id M. J. MIIN0b.lt. This 11 the lst.it f the thr.. new book,, and In nurcfo meet with t.d inooeM- It contsin, ll llie y.riei y mm frnlinru vfhlch could well be delr.-d, Including msny beautiful piece, epeolully edauied for prayer anil prsiM meuiins.- " LYON AHEALY, Chicago UVER DITSON ft 00., Boston. PUtlNS m 411 (4an tilts' motrlttbU RAILROAD 8AZETTE. JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION. imi autilroad Now. Ent- , uroadwsy, flew Tort A. TABLE BOOK AND " ' MOMMY ARITHMETIC, BY LIDIA RAIH. IMS little Boot takes tin learner through Long Dirts Ion. It also eommends Itself as especlallr awful to the TEACH RRM of the Primary Dtunrtmeut in those public schools whleh do not put a Frlmarr Arlthmeao hitothe hands of their pupllt. Apply to the author, as Broad street Elisabeth, (i J. Price 15 cents. No sitra ohargt for marllux. 4 The four (Inert Cabinet Steel Engrav A ing, on tinu-a csru oosru wun w.i. Heveled Edge., sver printed of JAS. A. GARFIELD MRS. GARFIELD QUECN VICTORIA nnd PRESIDENT ARTHUR. 0 wnt. buyitlu 4. AAItKIJaklA,L,lSiUWOKTH, Bocktord. 111. AlCEY'S TH ABE ftrAffVAM-PntcHc hftif fnr nroi'tli'iil nii-n-frreiri. full, it'll able and cheap. l'tlntcr, fiOcts. Carpi'iiHT, AO. WatehmaktT ttid Jewelrr, m. Furniture nnd Cabinet FIhIbiht, W. Dvrr and Scourer, . Artist, so. Hukttr, fiO. Candy maker, so. Buajnnakor.as. GildtT.M. HursH-ahoer, Taxidi'rmltu, no. Authornlilp, so. Wood-t-npraver, 25. Of bookit-Ili-rs orliyumll. JKSSK HASKV CO,. m lsaaaau bi.. n. i. THE ST. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER Is the oest anil chmprnt Agricultural Monthly. No pre miuins. No clubs. Wf simply nnk r ccnta for each subscription. Every Fanner wants it. Established nine years. Hamnle cony for 3-cotit Btamp. Aildrx'sa MIULA'iD FiKHEKi U loule. Met HAIWEY'S FABTOT ALPHABET for iiim iiaintrra. SOcta. Btandard Sinn Wrtt'T, Stan dard Scroll Book, tl. Scroll! and Ornainrnts (Loudol nh''), il. Jnpaneae Ornamentation, a. hlgn, Carriage, Car, Froico and Ueoorative Palntlnpr. 50 ct. Cheap Mmk of AlplmlMJta, SOcti. Of booksellers nnd palut er'n mipply atorua or by mail. JESbJ HANKY 4 CO., uv wasnau si., f. x. AGENTS LADIES or GENTS mnka monry fast si'lllng our NEW hiitfar. I'arfiil. nrmtlcal and nontilar. Adflr-'Hi uur, invaiuan to noii-e- a. unii.iS auv iuhod "sireea, l-uicuiiu. J A m use ana orner ncaigna. piain ana r-ncy bi phalieu. practical Articles, recipes, 4c, In Haney's HANEY 4 CO. 11B Nassau ttU. N. Y. KJSCITATIOMM. Best pieces In prose aud Terse, m uia. auj ncwsoaaier vr uouueimr. L and Maps of Unlwd btates. K- U. KUbS, St. Louis. i-JVWTQ WilfTirnWvT'TAjiMf.n: also Charts. E IOrV'TIOMrT' JOrBNAf,, full of frr-h and good ptucus. onu ien ocuis oian ucwBucoiurs. Ruined by Rum ! How many of your acquaint ances? Aye, many. Brown's Iron Bitters is the fVaciical temper ance medicine of the day?" Not composed of liquor, not sold in bar-rooms, but a true tonic in every particular. If Brown's Iron Bit tirs is taken according to directions, it will not only relieve the intemperate man of the ailments resulting from hit excesses, but it will remove all desire for artifi cial stimulants. Brown's Iron Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, In digestion, Weakness, Malaria, decay in the liver, kidneys, and diges tive organs. friST" As a medicine for diseases peculiar to women, it is without an equal. Price $1.00. For sale by all druggists and dealers in medicine. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL, We will sand om 80 Days' Trtat DR. DIE'S CELEBRATES Electro Voltaic Belts AND SUSPENSORIES, And other ELECTRIC APPLIANCES TO MEN SnffftiDf from Nnrrous Debility, Loat Vitality. VI nor nd Manhood, multtnff from Abuses and other ostueoe, or te any aersoo afflloted with Hhenma tlam, Werirw Pirmlyel, Hplne.1 isimul tlee, I.m flMk, L.Ito- m1 Klttney Tron fcl, RaptHres, sid the" eHeeneea wf thm Tthal Organt. Bpecsly relief and complete restora Uon to IveJth ffearanteecl. Tbe re ike only Bleotrlo Alenineee that have vr been ktructod asMB Hl entitle rlBcllee. Thilr trboroucrh edtu bas biea grctfc4iily pro von with th rtoat wondwrnil euooeea. We tatsvo die tstl wtony oT thoea,nl who najrv heen tfaloklv mmd rsMllcKtly enreel v thrhr us. All we ask f any puraon tt to give thmm m trtl for M 4mjm aaS lasl SBVlHtAl fend at ouor for HltMtrstd FissspSilsS, sjlwlsksi Mi laierrasaivioBg ire. Mirees VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARAHAIA, MICH. or Ladies In . iiirii-iiuii Hn.lilfM lit lli.liiH. Rend fur f lin-ului- P.W.ZIEOIER 400., Philidelphia, Pi. Ohicsgo, 111. P.W.ZIE0IER1 mm I Mnrnhlna If nblt Cured In la I In HO (In... ia.T till CorM, L)h. J. MTMl-uaNa, liubnauu, uliiifc lir''lliuuuiuiis of rufaruues from persons curod. ffiQA p wa ran be mads In any locality. toiiv:' lUtif c'lr.-ly nw for sjreni.. sa omflt true. B. Vr. lKOBAlIAaf 4t C.,BoitoaMi. DRUNKENNESS EASILY CURED, au Cure, wllhtlie Double Chloride of Gold Hi-mi-dy. Books Free. Lrslik K. Kkslbt, k.D , Surgeon 0. A. li B., Dwiaui, 1J.L., U.B.A. RUINED FRAZER AXLE GREASE. Bet I. tk. W.rl. Ore th. 1 A NEW DISCOVERY. flclal color for buttar; ao meritorious that It met l hi. i. awFwhaM wMltrlnir thai 'hlKhest and only prises at both. iuUmatlonai tWuu oy paiimic iiimuuMugi.....K BaBBiPCnW I1TB UlllI" saa K" i I now offer this new color as th but i (Ac toorld. tt Will Not Color the ButtermnK. it Will Not Turn Rancid. Itlathg gtrongeat. Brightest and Chenpeet Color Made, ,tA Bikiu nMnaiFarl In nit. In bo cntnnoiind' d that It Is Impossible for It to become rancid, t trieWAIte of 11 ImKatlons. and or all other oil colon., for they are liable to become rancid ana spoil ins outier. I rr ..... ..nnnt. rrnt I h "ImnrftTftH" write US to know whore and bow to get It without extra expense. (W MRS. LYDI& L MiMi, OF Lf NN, MASS., O t a o X e c LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETAILE COMPOUWP. Ib a I'osIMto rnre for all those Pel it Col (inmplelnta niiJI WenknessM aoeomiiion luoiir bout fnuiiile populetlou. It wilt cure entirely the worst form of Female Com plaints, all oTarlaii troubles, IullaininaMou and Ulcers, tlon, FalllnSf and IXnplaceuienta, and the eonsrqtient Spinal Weslcness, ud Is jiarticularly adapted to the Change of Mfe. It will dlssol?e and eipel tumors from the uterus In ma early stage of ile?elopient. The tendency to can eeroue huniora there Is checkett Terj apsedlly by Its use. II removes falntness, llatuleucy, dentrojiall craTlns for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach. It cures Woattnir, neadaehes, Horvous rro-tratlon, General Dohlllty, Sleeplessness. Depression and Indi gestion. That feeling of hearlntr down, causing pain, weight and hackanhe, Is nlwaya iiornionently cwrad by Its use. It will nt all times and under all elrenmsUncH act In barraony with the laws that govern tho female system. Forthecureof Kldnoy CoinplainU of either sex this Compound Is unsurpassed. LTD! A . I'INKHAM'8 VEOKTABLE COM POL'NIis prepared at S and 86 Western Avenue. Lynn, Mass. Price II. Sis bottleafor $5. Bent by mail In the form of pills, alno 1 n the form of loienges, en receipt of price, il per bo for either. Mrs. Plnkham freely answera all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pamph let. Address as above. Mention tht Paptr. ifo family should be without I.TDTA K. PITfKHAM'S LIVER PILLB. Thsy cure eouatlpatfoo, biliousness and torpidity of the liver. cents per bog. f iThn'A Itr till lniffirlr. -fta HOME QUESTIONS TO THtt Sick and Debilitated. la It worth whflo to pnduro pnfll trip tureovory nitrht from wakefulness, ina bility tosiof p, nrrvoiis proKtratiun, &t'., when you can bo Immoillatuly relived ami permanently cured by ao affreoublo a remedy us SAMARITAN NERVINE Does It pay to bo compelled, by debil ity awl iHiitfimr, to abandon ue.tive bust- . nesa when bruin, nerve and muaelo can be braef-d up and tho wb.o systein cun be) restored to a healthy condition by a course of SAMARITAN NERVINE Tou nervous dyspeptics, why ap proach the dinner-table dally with a posi tive distrust for nil that is savory and delieimiB, when a vigorous appetite for even the plainest fuod is cruutod by tho use of SAMARITAN NERVINE Ti It wise to Hvo in this bright world as though it wore a dungeon, constantly miserable and discontented, when the word cases of epilepsy, nervousness or hypochondria are cured in a very short time by such a pleasant aud wholesome an exhileraut as SAMARITAN NERVINE Can tt bo possiblo that any person of a nervous temperament will run tho risk of apoplexy or paralysis when ho onn tone and regulate the nervous oeu ters with SAMARITAN NERVINE Is It not a species of moral Insanity for any merchant, mechanic, farmer or traveler to be without the best known antidote against disease, SAMARITAN NERVINE Considering the harrasing nnd de n if pressing nature or tne functional ne rangemcnt to which woman is subject. Is It nut astonish intr that anv Inva id the feebler sex should hesitate to seek the certain relief nlfrded In such cases by the general operation of SAMARITAN NERVINE TAKE RICHMOND'S CATHARTIC AND NERVINE PILLS for tha cure of all disirrlnrs of tho Stomach. Liver, Bnwols, Kidnpys, lllml- dr-r. Korvou Dfsi'flSOS. ll(i!l(liiihn. I'nn. ttlpnllon, CosMvnnesa, Ac. Tlu-so pills arc mail to work In harmony with our Buiuaruan Aervino. T7 AT) eirn T5TT a t T TiTlTTririTonif K., 3. U 76 WIIKN WRITING TO AIV1-:IITI please say you snw the nilvertlMPin tilts paper. Advertisers Ilk to know and where tlietr advertisements m-e tng best.