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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY DENNIS & ELLSWORTH. Authorized Agents. C. W CRANE, 31* Pine Street, Room 39. San FranHafo, California. U P. MSULK, Room SI Merchant'* Ex cbxngc, Sin Fmciico, Cal. GKO. M. M*HT, No*. 42 an d 44 J *treet, Sa/ raraerit), Is our only asfent in tiu,i city. CiEO. P. ROWELL « CO., 10 Spruce •treet, New I'ork City, New York. CHAS. K. MILLER x CO., No. t Trfban* DuiliiiitK, Chi<air >. Illinois. The above agents are authorized to collect moneys lue th~ Mksskjwke, tike orfan for advertising, *oti>}t suisM-nbem and attend to any other bmincw for u* that mar be connected with his LA FBIftAY, JAUABI. IH«. K 4II.KO AI* lltlVuTIBN. Extortion and robbery, is the cry heard all over the State against the Central Pacific Railroad Compan; - management of its road. Fraud is j alleged without assi ing a reason, j The man who has not a dollar is i the loudest in his maiden -ent charges against them. Legislation is sought by the people at every ses ston of our law makers, and yet nothing has been accomplished by that body to stop the alleged wrong that is being done to the people of our State by this so called monop oly, the Central Pacific Railroad (Company; and the question is asked over and over v.hy a law is not passed that would put a stop to this alleged outrage against the people. 'Hie most prevalent opinion is that the Railroad Company buys the different Legislatures, and thus puts a damper on all attempts at making laws against their interests. This is the common talk, Ltit is it true that there are no honest men in our Leg islatures, or have they a good and sufficient reason for not passing laws that would restrict and curtail the earnings of the road? Reader, have you ever considered the bene fits derived from this corporation’s road ? Have you ever thought of the long range of barren desert the Central Pacific railroad has to tra verse in crosssing our State? Have you ever considered the expense at tached to the maintenance of such a road ? Compare this State, with its barren deserts and sparse popula tion, with Eastern States, where (heap fares and freights are had, and see if the people of the latter country hayc not more reason to complain of extortion from railroad companie* than you have.. Would it be just to compel an individual to perform a service for you at a loss? You answer, No. Then, if it is not right to compel one man to perform a service for you at a loss, where is the justice m passing a law to com pel a company of men to do so. The conclusion will he, after a careful consideration of this question, that the railroad company is not getting rich by the earnings of its road in Nevada, and that our Legislators have acted wisely and in the best in terests of the people by not passing any laws detrimental to the railroad company’s interests in this State. If our people and Legislature would pay more attention to the making of laws that would tenJ to wards the development of the min ing resources of Nevada, and do less, growling a*.out railroad monopolies, the wealth and population of the State would be more liable to in crease. Laws to encourage the sinking of artesian wells, to protect and encourage stock raising, ranch ing, wool growing, mining, etc., would he of more use to us as a peo pie. than would a liw giving us free transportation on all the railroads in the State. Nevada is in its infancy, and will ye. see the day w hen its product and population will he so great that its people will have the right to demand a reduction of freights and fares on all the railroads within its borders. Its mountains are full of rich mines that only await development to en rich and populate the State. Her valleys have rich soil that needs . nothing hut water to make them produce any kind of vegetation. On thcfoot-hills is any quantity of bunch grass, that will Kitten thousands of fettle, which always command a good price in the markets of Cali fornia, and it is the people there w ho have to pay the cost of trans portation. So why complain of our law makers, or the Central Pacific Railroad Company? Cleveland Idilrewi a Snrni.il M-iluel. President-elect Cleveland attended the commencement exercises of the New York State Norma! School List Friday afternoon. Addressing the graduating class in presenting diplo mas, he said: I have gladly availed myself of tin privilege accorded mu iu participating in the exercises connected with your graduation. It is a pleasing part al lotted to me to present to you evi dence that you have enjoyed educa tional advantages Which terminate to day. Thu muse of education is so im port ant in a country win re intelli gence and proper training of the i </■* pie lie at the foundation of safety of the Statu, that no patriotic citizen can fail to be interes cd in an occasion of this kind, where an institution so use ful and so distinguished as our normal school, sends forth so large a class ful ly equipped for the battle of life, and for the discharge of the duties which await them as American men and women. Some of you will, in the ca pacity of teacbeaa, guide and direct those who will look forward to the graduation day which shall, like yours,. be full of satisfaction and hope. You ! will owe to them a sacred duty, and i your parent school lias a r+ylit to de mand at your influence, which by your teaching v- ill be enlarged and I broadened, shall lose none of the aalu- j tary and beiseiicient character with : which it rests on you tit this hour, and those of you who shall follow other ways of life, are in duty bound to do I honor by achieving success and use fulness in the light of her inspiration. \Ve will not harbor the thought to day that tlio diplomas which you are about to receive will ever remind you of school hours wasted or of opportu ities unimproved, but rather we will ' hope that they will ho souvenirs of - happy days and of associations which through life you may pleasantly cher ish. Good I.stnguags. Young people should acquire the 1 habit of correct sjieuking and writing, and abandon, aH early as possible, any use of slang words and phrases. The longer yon put this off, the more difficuly tiie’ acquirement of correct language will he; and if the golden age of youth,the proper season for the acquisition of language, be passed in its use, the unfortunate victim will most probably be doomed to talk slang for life. You have merely to use the language which you read, in stead of the slang w hich you hear, to form a tuste in agreement with the best speakers and poets in the coun try- _ The method of preparing soluble wool from tissues in which wool and cotton are combined has been iter fected to such a degree by M. liable* bault, as to be of special value in its relation to certain branches of me chanical industry. When subjected to a current of superheated steam, under a pressure of tiv - atmospheres, tlm wool melts and falls to the bottom of the pan, leaving the cotton, linen, and other vegetable Phr s clean, and in a condition suitable for paper mak ing; the melted wool is afterward evaporated to dryness, when it be comes completely soluble in water, and is called azotine. The increased value of the rags is sufficient to cover the whole co.-t of the operation, so that the azotine is pagluccd without cost. It contains all its nitrogen in a soluble condition, and can therefore he compared to dry blood, with its well-known uses. Tho national trail would certainly receive much hearty support from Western members of congress, pro vided it will puss through any Stato other than the one they represent; and as it would be an impossible matter to please all in this ease, a national trail and not an ethereal trail being necessary, the bill will probably fail of passage. ---»♦« (miming r«acn i*ua, Strolling along Uiver street early every morning for the past few weeks might have been seen a gray-haired son of Italy with a good stout hag over his shoulder. Mix eves were be ing first east frem the sidewalk to tho gutter and then vice versa. Now und then would lie stoop and pick up a peaeli stone and put it in Ins hag und then move on as before. ‘•What do you do with them?” was asked of him tho other morn ing. “ me erneker de nutter, seller do same candy store,” was his response. “The man, it appeared, would pat her a hag full of these peach stones, und. going home, would set his family to work cracking them open. The shells, or outsides, are used for fuel purposes, while the kernel is saved until after the peach season, when they are sold to druggists and j confectioners, where they are known as bitter almonds. The price paid tho Italian for the gatherings is about twenty cents per pound. t A Story From Mont* Carlo. A correspondent who happened to be there in ti e winter of 1873--4 sends us the following experience of Monte Carlo and its tragedies: “I had Crolled,” he says, ‘'into the Casino in the afternoon, and was standing behind a table watching the players. My attention was arrested by the luck of an old lady, whom I saw win the same stake of l.OOnf. eleven times running. At t e some time I was in distinctly aware of a voting man who rose from th table a Jew paces off on inv right, and went to a sofa near a window close by. A minute later there Jeame a sharp report from the direction of the w indow, an l on turning to see the cause i found that the young man had rolled from the sofa, and a pis tol was lying on the ground beside him. Tbec tipi jrs sat at the tables unmoved, but the players started and shuffled, and in a few moments most of them bad risen hurriedly to their f. et. Several women went out of the room crying. The greater part of the men gathered gaping in a semi circle round the wounded man, w ho lay on the floor bleeding fast from the stomach; but no one offered to help him until an English officer stepped forward and rai-ed his head, when I took iiis feet, and between us we lifted him on to the sofa, ami stanched his wound as well as we could with handkerchiefs. After sev eral minutes two or throe officials of the establishment appeared carrying an arm-chair, on which they placed the victim and carri. 1 him out, with looks of grave d approval and af front. Aimrward I found that, w hat ever sympathy might be extended to those whose los-es induced them to make a wav with themselves respect able at a distance, in their lodgings at Nice, or even in the neighboring soli u-les of the mountains, suicide or the atlcmp at suicide within the pre cincts of * ae estublishm -nt itself was held at Monte Carlo an inexcusable breach of etiquette. By degrees peo ple return* ,! to the tables, and in about twenty minutes from the mo ment of the shot play was resumed. The word was in the mean time passed round that the pistol n ed had been a toy, unloaded, and the pre tended act of suicide a mem chan tage or trick to extort inon y. I had reason to know better, and when I went out among the palm ami cac tus and geranium walks above the set, those alleys of paradise had for me somehow changed their aspects, ami 1 was glad next day to travel further. Home time afterward I as certained the sequel through that ex cellent man. M. Adam, the Senator nod friend of Canibetta, to whose- ex ertions about this time the origin of th - agitation again -t the gaming ta bles was in great part due. It turned out thatthe victim in the pres -nt in stance, a 1’ole, had, after three months’ painful illness, recovered sufficently to leave the Principality, having been first tried, as siinil *r of fenders when they r-covered always were trie*I, for his misdemeanor.” Ilo S«tt!ed. “Dut’s what ye git from foolin’ ! ’round wid deni yere lawyers!” he said as he‘joined a group of colored idlers on the market-place. Being asked why he had been to see a lawyer, ho explained: “You know dat Buck Williams? Powerful had nigger he am! Gits drunk an’ kicks in doahs an’ clul s winders. Come 'round to my cabin one night las’ week an’ stove de' doah in an’ wanted to clean out de ' shanty. 1 falls out o’ bed an’ goes fur him wid an axe-handle, an’ dev war gwine to 'rest mo fur ’sault wid intent to kill.” “Well?” “Wall, when dev tole me dat ho had a cracked li ad, a broken arm, | an’ war’ all broke up, 1 wanted to set tle de case. My ole woman coaxed me to goan’ see a lawyer an’ he taxed me $5 an’ advised me to offer thick 1 my ole hoss an’ w agin’ an’ $25 in cash.” “And voudid ?” “An’ 1 didn’t! When I got home his wife w as dar ’waiting fur me, and .she said if I didn’t ban’ ober $2 in cash an’ a sack o’ flour she’d mutilate me w id a lawsuit clean up to do Su preme Co’rt. Took rp list, sols'iitcon ticks of de clock to hcUfe on d:U ba sis, an' now I can't be mutilated no how. Lawyers! Dar’ 1 paid $5 to one of ’em to tell me dat I mils’ re duce myself from poverty to affluence to settle a ease whar’ de complainant didn’t ax lail $:!, an’ would hev gin me lo'iy off on dat U l hs l Id *ked.” A Hut iiM liitf hh n ’I'omium. Last Thursday Ephraim Rountrco look 1o Jonc.dioro a huge rat which he iiad kilted oil lor place. The rat was the largest ever v:\ in those parts, and measured over twenty inches in length, S Teething had he-ii killing Mr. l,.’s chickens tor some time, and he knew not w hat it was. , •hi Thursday morning ho discovered that his chickens were being dis turbed ami hastened to their rescue, when, coming up with them, lie saw the rat with a grown pullet, making havoc with it. That rat had the pal let by the neck, and was fast click ing it to death. Mr. R. had to get ‘ his shotgun b lore ho could conquer the rat, hut ho finally came out vic torious and brought the dead rat to; town. It wits the largest rat we have ever seen, amt somewhat resembed uu opossum. Not h Dumb friend. A year or two ago the family found it necessary to take boarders. Two largo rooms were advertised to li t, and among the callers was an elderly gentleman whosei med much pleased. Inquiring as to the price he was told If 12 a week. “Twelve dollars lor two?” he asked. “Certainly not,” said the mistress of the house. “Twelve dollars each. You don’t suppose the si/,o of these could be had iur six dollars?” . “I reallv don’t know,” meekly re sponded the room hunter. tie. at the parrot ejaculated viciously: “Well, vou are an old fool!” “Madame,” sai 1 tho visitor, as he tightened his grip on ht>* walking stick, “does that bird know what it is talking about?” “I think it does,” she quietly an swered—[Our Dumb Friend “Good Form" In Eiiglaud. “Good form ” is something which no one can teach you, which experi ence cannot ittr n-t. It is a matter of fact apparently free from effort, spontaneous in the best English -society,*; H so trifling a thing is an inflection of the voice, a care lee-) gesture, will transgress its subtle limits. Its pre-ence is noted but its ab >nce is fatal. ll is an invaluable defense "gainst tnforced intrusion. Tho intruder •straciscs himself and never knows how it happens. It is a sort of secret language, with rig;.- and countersigns, known only to the initiated. In England earls and dukes are lo.-s well-haved than ’squires and barons and baronets, ami this I at tribute to their narrower inheritance and traditions. Another characteristic of English poor! society I find to he “unobtru siveness.” The ornaments are rich, but you have to look twice at them. The tone of conversation is pitched low—no excitement, no stubborn opinions, no uncompromising asser tions. The implication is that lifo is rather mildly entertaining than inter esting. It is prop-r to smile, but hazardous to laugh and unpardonable to weep. Ali effort, all exertion, all earnest ness is deprecated. Those things are to be left to clergymen and preachers, but there are symptoms that they,too are catching the polite indifference. Another distinctive feature of Eng lish society is its etiquette with regard to the proper treatment of servants. The most outrageous things might he done with impunity, “but as you value your good name, you must not help yourself to a potatoor put a coal on the fire.” Notea on Science and Industry. At his house near Newcastle, Sir William Armstrong, it appears, still utilize-* a waterfall which is in his grounds to light his houso by night and to supply it with power by day. The waterfall, some fifteen hundred yards from the house, actuates a tur bine, which it connects by a belt to a dynamo electric converter capable of transmitting about five horse power into a current of electricity; the cur rent is conveyed by a suitable con ductor to the house, where it works forty Swan lamps, and in daylight it works a sawmill. Still more various and interesting is the working of this system at l>r. Siemen’s near Tun bride Wells. Here a steam engine is used, tiie waste steam of which warms the hothouses, an 1 during the night the primary machines actuate two powerful electric lights, these heing cmuloved in forcing tho growth of various fruits and plants which live, as it were, in perjietiial sunlight, or its equivalent; during daylight one of the machines is used to work a chair cutter and the other machine at the farm a quarter of a mile away, while the other machine does the pumping of the establishment; at night, of course, they are employed for light, the whole system being a perfect success. One of the most notable develop ment* tin tho mechanism of electric science is the Sauer battery that acts only in sunlight, the chemical con stituent of tho light furnishing the power. This battery consists of a glass vessel containing a solution of fifteen parts of table salt and seven of chloride of copper in one hundred ami six of water. Within is a porous cell containing mercury. One elec trode is made of platinum and is put in tho mercury, the other is of sul phide of silver and is placed in tho salt solution, both being connected with a galvanometer, and the whole enclosed in a box when not in use. When the battery is placed in the sunlight, the galvanometer needle is deflected to a certain point, and the sulphide of silver is found to he tho negative pole. Any change in the intensity of the light, such as a cloud over tho sun, is indicated by the needle. The action of the battery depends on the effect of the chloride of copper upon the mercury. .Sub chloride is formed and reduces the sulphide of silver, but this can only take place with the aid of sunlight. It is well known th it, hitherto, tho only manner in which light seemed to all'uct electrical union vas by in creasing the resistance of a selenium cell—all plioto-eloetrieal experiments being based on .this phenomenon. Experiments Ini', e lately been made by the French Government with a new kind of siege gun of pro digious power. It is described as steel, and nearly thirty feet long, and the tube iB strengthened with ten coils of plated steel wire one millimetre, or .(>:!!» inch in diameter. The compo sition is such that the cannon, after a few discharges, becomes elongated tiy three millimetres. The weight of this gun is fifty tons, and it projects a shell weighing L'U7 pounds, capable of penetrating armor plates nearly six inches thick at a range of seven and one-half miles. Hubert Kerkomer, the anisr, mis just married the governess of his children. His first w ife died a year or more ago, after long suffering, which he did all in his power to alleviate. She had been insane for years. At Louisville, Kentucky, recently over three hundred fire alarm boxes were wholly or partly destroyed in consequence of an electric light wire i rossing the tire signal wire. Tho connections were melted, LODG* DIRECTORY dati lk mountain lodge no. • 0*1 y k A M.—Stated commumiwtum* be held .« MeWUHMMf H.ll on the second Tumday ol each month, at /V\ g o'clock. All Master Maaone In good .tan!,.gar. cordially M. A. D Lmaiu*. Secretary. Ki * ARGENTA LODGE NO. 10, K. of OF I' p,._ Regular meeting* are held every Satanic wei.il ; at McWillam*' Hall. , Vlalt inn.- br>idler* in good sending are invited tat. J. D. PAKA.L.I*. V. AI.TVR Divis, K. ofR AS. __ BATTLE MOUNTAIN I.0IM1E ^ No 111,1.0. O. F. Regular meet. i„_.« .re held on the !!r»! and third *' tV' \v, ine*.lay evening ol every month at 7 o'clock at McWilliams' Hell. All '‘"ding Brother* in good .landing an tnvJG d^ •Mend. A. D. I rautr, See. __ Notice ol Forfellnre. To Lew Grunnngl*. Into of Battle Mountain Mining Diltrict, Lander county, Nev. You are hereby notified that we. the undersitned, have rxpeuded two bun ,lnd dolluTB in labor on the "1 ramp” min- in which you are co-owner, for the t ears 1K83 and 1881, ami if within ninty (lav* from the publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your por tion of anid expenditure, your interest in raid claim will become tbe properly of the uudersigutd in accordance with the law. It, O’Ll.AIlY, T. DELANO. Galena, Nevada, .Tan. 16, I8R0. CAPITAL HOTEL -and BESTATJE/ANT BATTLE MOUNTAIN, NEVADA. .tilts. L. I>. HI NTStllN, UroprlrtrCM. IVOTII NEVADA CENTRAL AND CENTRAL I ) I m ine trail * *t«p in front < * the door. 'I hi* 1 Id mid wa ll known l!ou*e ha* been fur nirhed In good style and 1* now able to accom modal* a number of «'r*t* The table will be constant, *npplicd with the but the market af ford*, and deli.-acn-a ..fall kind* will be furnished in Kt.'iuHifi, The eullinarv department in under my imme diate supeni»ion. llaviriK had yarn of exp* ri enre in the hut*inew. I feel confident of bcintf able to >five satisfaction to *11 who may lavor in** with their patronage. Hrmkfa*t will i»e s-r\cd imtiiedlateh upon the ar ival of the N. C. tram from tin oath. Transmit custom aolieita*l. Mrs. L I). HUNTSMAN. UNION BREWERY S7LL003ST, u j S-r- BittlJ Mountain. .Vfradi M. J, S7AILL, Proprietor. mHK BAR IS SUPPLIED Wllo Tin: I finaat brmdoof WllffSS, Xiicc* cross, S3. ClCtA.Xt,S, BEER for sale at 25 cents a bottle. a m w rii.iovnoi.E table lias JtiKt been added to the furniture of the Sa loon fur the auiuavmem of Customer a. jald H. Bressler, MAIN ITIWAT. BATTLE MOt NT A IB. DEALER IN' STANDARD FAMILY GROCERIES, CENT'S FtXttSHN GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES' HATS AND CAPS, BTC. All COOTS MOLD AT TUI I/>—• ESI EIGUUE*. marf-tf TUTTS PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE. Till Greatwt Medical Triumph of the Age! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER.' Loss of nppetite, Dowell costive, Pain In tlie bond, with a dull sensation In tho back pari, Pnin under the shoulder piluilr. Fullness utter eating, with n dis inclination to exertion of body or mind, Irritiibility oftemper, Low spirits, with n feeling of having neglected some duty. Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho Heart, Dots before tho eyes, Headache over tho right eye. Restlessness, with fitful dreams, Highly colored I'riue, and CONSTIPATION. .TITTT'W PULL# are especially adapted to such cases, ouo doso effects such a change of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. Th»*y Increase the Appetite,and cause tho body t'» Take on Flesh, thim the iyntem Is nourished, and by their Tonic Action on tho Digest! vo Organs,Regular Htools aro TUTTS HAIR DYE. Ghat Hair or Wuiskeki changed to a Glossy Black by a single application of tills DTK. it imparts a natural color, acts instantaneously, hold by Druggists, or sent, by express on receipt of fit. Office, 44 Murray 8t., N.w York (Specialist amd Ghabbaiw,) «o. 11 KMntr Mlropi. Kao 1V...I,,, Trusts all Chrotiio, Spscial and p.ifc. Diseases with Wondeitnl Success. ** THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I 8 A NETBIUJauj. I m.CUI7 ,<,r N«"ira» D Exh»u»t«i ti? ■tv, Seminal WwtJ» aasftrtSS iCSJJ; ANdsilMmUrrtbuSS of self ai.U«*, of yqntS? follies and i-n^T niaiurer vtara, m... “ I oil* Of meinorv.la*,!**^' ____J*>* tuin%l emlwwT: eraion to society, dimnes** of vision, noiaea li u head; the vital fluid passing nnobaenrad i„ ine, ami many other dike**** that lead to i ♦nil death. Dr. Mnmi, w ho i* a regular (graduate of the Univetaity of Pennnylvigila) »<il agree to forfeit Five Hundred Dollars for r, ca«7;i this kind the Vital Rkbtorat i v a (under b*h «*-(*[ advice and treatment) will not cure, or for aiiytSjII Impure or injurious found in It. ' *• Dr. Mintie treats all private disease*! snrrj^fa*. without mercury. Cotwtn/raTioM Free. Tbaiot/ examination and advice, including analvriaifZr? |5. Price of Vital Restorative. $i a kotOi J four time* the quantity, S10, sent to any«^|Jf upon receipt of price, or C. O. D., aecnrt m-rvation and in private name if desired, tv %. t: himik. i.| II Krnrary at . *«u 21 unrlaea,^ A SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE Will he aenl anyone applying by letter, Matke symptom*, »ex and age. Strict secrecy in all business transactions. Die Mistik h Kidney Remedy NrrHREncticw nil kinds ml kidney and bladder complaint*, job**. rhino, gleet, leu*'orrh«*a, For sale by all drutai^ f I a bottle; six bottle* for $5. ' Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills are thr bed lad chea|***t Dyspepsia and Billiou* cure in the market. For sale hy all druggists._ d*Wif Heart Disease] CURED HY DR. Rises REiilLATIt FOR HEART TROUBLES. IITM. O. OSGOODBY, the well-known aafsmeai W facturer of I uffulo, Philadelphia, futaberf Newark, an J Atlanta. saya : Office of tlagoodby ’e Improved Ssfaa, 17 N. broad Street, Atlanta, Ga., October i?tk, ua, I>r. Rush's Medical Association. I Irak hciTotta : The thro# bottle* of "Dr. kadi’# Regulator ” I ordered were received 1 *y exprwi \t%\ wt.k. I have taken nearly one bottle, and a# thoroughly satisfied with tiie result. FurovtrVae *esr* I have been troubled with sharp pain at toy item My physician, ujon examination, pr-'noiutad it t nlargeui.iiit of the heart, and was unable t©fi»a me any relief The trouble gr« w worse, until I kid become convinced that I could not be cured. While in New York City, last wick, I < alhd « n one of the moat prominent physicians there, who charged we f‘Jf» for an examination, and then r«< oim mended jrour " Regulator." Knowing you to be a rrgular Medical Association, and n* » a pa’ent mediciit s< heme, I ordi red the three bottles. I have not beta troubled tinea I • onirm.m hiking It, but shall < ea tinm and take the en»ire •! Mr botth s so as to obudu a permanent cere. You i tv« mv sincere thanks. 1 am, Uintltmwi, f*-i respectfully, WHO oftGOODBY. Dr. Rush’s nEGUL ATOM. ! Has never failed to give relief It ha* been oxed^wa i ( vsafuIlY for years in subduing the most etubbart ! rose* of heart difficulties. A positive rurs lot fa* I largeim nt, Palpitation, Fluttering and Fatt? Da* g< re ration of the Heart, Price, $1 per bottle; A for $ • Sold by Imigglsta, or sent 4ire< t by Da Kish's Mroical, Association, Bunds, N. Y ,t' ik octll lhas RHEUMATISM l Immedlate|ReUef in all CasM tf JDJZ RUSH’S BLOOD JOT OIL Cura of UmuIImi la Tw« Inn. Buffalo, N. Y., May t. IMi, Dr. Rush* Medical Association. ORNTLSHKN : 1 have been troubled with rheum* tistn for two years. I tried all the lient adverttmd oils and liniment*, and many first rlasa physiciaM without relief The last Dr. I visited recommends* Dr. It mil's “Buhid Hoot i>il.” I purchased a hiry« liottle for fifty cents, and applied It. In tw hour* 1 was relieved, and I am now entirely wt/L It* effects are wonderful, and I believe it ths mlf thing in the world that will cure rheumatic 1 ruly yours, JOHN HUTCHINSON, 89 Kric St., Buffalo, S. Si DR. RISK'S RI.00D ROOT Oil Has no equal In the world a* a Liniment or Oil. B iH a cheap, safe, simple and sure external rems# for man or beast. It never fails to cure RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago. Backache, Soreness if the Chest, flout, Quinsy, Bore Throat, Hwelliaii and Spmina, Bum* ami Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, tar ami Headache, Fronted Feet and Kart, and all ether I’aln* and Aches. It i* put up in tt# uisM. Price, 26 and 60 cents. Sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent direct upon receipt of price hv Dr. Krsii’n Medical Association, Nund*. N Y , U.H. a._ __aepat-iame J. F. DENNIS, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW BATTLE MOUNTAIN, f i Wiyno, Du Pag, Co., Illinois, I HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANOI Percberon llorne* valued at B3*000,000* i which Includes 1 75 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES Who** purity of blood Is s*tahll*h*d by their pedUftSSS r,rut.led In t!»» HTI' II HOOKS OF Fit AN! It. EVER IMPORTED TO AMERIOA. STOCK ON HANOI Imported Brood In* L «r,o 1 Imported Stalling V Old •noujih tm ' sortie*, 2 rt i oo colts. ■fTwo poors eld JT yo«og«r. ^Tlnlrffinr T77 .v<^MiW|»a8aSpTic.w..« w#H b.«a »i«‘“ v '•ir^SaBSP^">*r >* *° k l,il2fS pedigree* ere not recorded, end cannot b# eutbem'caM* flven, they should be valued only M trade*, I will '»iportal Stork at Grad* / »v«* when i cannot »ucn . with the animal sold pedigree verified by tbs onfjn French certltlcaie of Its numlter and record In tb* maa n In France. 140 P«i* CmtulngJ\hl llluRtreted with HI* Prise Horses of the F.ahlbltlon or to. Sonetr Hirpiqu* PrrcA*rutu,* of France. I l” chased by M. W Dunham, and drawn from Ife by Bouhour, the utvtt famous vl oil anhual yaklert.