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News of the Week. Not a Success. The LeoisTille Exposition Is uid to be anything else than a success. News of the Week. Not a Success. A Bad Day. The 25th of September was a bad day for Memphis. It recorded twenty-one new cue a ad seven deaths. Pounded Him to Death. man Lord, Jiving at Decatur, Ohio, pounded his little three-year-old son to death with his fist St. Louis Exposition. The 8t. Loots Exposition' opened on the 22d, under very favorable prosv pects. St. Louis Exposition. Wages to be Advanced. On and after October 1, the wages of workmen at Fall River are to be ad vanced 10 per cent - Yellow Fever at Concordia. '7?ews from Concordia, Mississippi, report the fever spreading. Although a small village, the death rate has al most reached that of Memphis. Fluctuating. On the 24th. wheat, in Chicago, de clined to tl 05 1-4, being 11 1 4c lower than the highest price paid the day be fore.' ' Fluctuating. The Emancipation Proclamation. The seventeenth anniversary of the emancipation proclamation (September 22) was celebrated by the colored people at many points in the North. Fall River Troubles. ' Great excitement is prevailing at Fall Biver ' over an attempt made by the strikers to murder an officer named Towuseud, while in the discharge of his duties. ' Catholic Church Discipline. .The Holy Trinity Catholic Church, of New Albany, Ind., has been reading members out of the church who frequent saloons, or loaf on the streets or street corners ou Sunday, j-..W ' A Circus Visited the Town. Of Lebanon, Ky., and to wind up the drinking of the day,' one man by the uame of Furgeson killed another named Garten. . Garten leaves a wife and sev eral children. -, ; ; -. . A Circus Visited the Town. Domestic Tragedy. The details of a horrible domestic tragedy cornea from the interior of Wisconsin. Anusband killed his,wife and babe while they were asleep, and then shot himself. No cause has been assigned for the deed. ; . These Deliberate Fellows. A St. Louis dispatch says: Two ne groes, Washy Arnold and Pryor Ward, locked aims and deliberately walked into the Missouri river at St." Joseph on the "23d inst., and were swept away by the current and drowned. The Prohibitionists. The " Pennsylvania Prohibitionists have held a Btate convention and placed a full state ticket in the field. , They re port that tbey have interviewed the Democratic, Republican and Greenback Labtr candidate and found none of them feasible for their purposes. - . Death Rate Among Convicts. Out of two hundred and twenty con victs hired out to the ' Greenwood and Augusta railroad in South Carolina, by i. a- ...I i i i uio (tunmuuirj oi inai. state, neany one hundred have died. The directors of the institution propose to investigate the matter. The Jury Disagreed. in tue trial ot ut. Kimball and Madame Goodrich, of Boston, for the hoiuble miitdW of Jennie P. Clark, T wnose Dooy was rouna in a trunk, tne jury failed to agree, and were dis charged. It is said that eleven were for conviction. . . Kentucky Horse Thieves' Crime. Near Flemingsburg.Ky., a number of horse thieves were discovered in the' barn of James Dunn. The thieves fled with their horses, and while in pursuit and the subsequent , capture . ot the horses, Britton Dunn, a brother, was shot and killed. ' - "Baby Mine." Archibald Johnston, manager of the Pinafere Company, recently playing at the Zoological Garden, at Cincinnati, is preparing to' : bring a damage suit against Oliver Ditson & Co., of Boston, in the sum of $20,000 for " appropriat ing and copy-righting" the song "Baby Mine," of which he is the author. Gloomy Accounts from Cashmere. A dispatch from Calcutta says the reports from Cashmere are still very gloomy. - .A ghastly story has been go ing the rounds of the papers that two boatloads of ' famine-stricken people were . taken out into' the lake and drowned. , ' - ; Attempted Assassinaton. News comes from South Carolina, cf the ; attempted assassination of Post master Nix. jr., at Blackville, by auo torious ruffian named Williams, while the former was searching for a letter for him. ' The authorities refused to make any arrest . ; Jail Delivery. Chillicothe, .Ohio, baa a new jail which cost the county $50,000. The prisoners-eleven in number sawed off the bars at the bottomof an iron door, where tbey met the Deputy Sheriff, knocked him down and escaped. - A majority of them were recaptured the same day of the occurrence. - - Kentucky Killing. A dispatch from Ashland, Kentucky. nays that two men living at Hood's Creek, near that place, named O'Leary and Mayberry, quarreled and fought, Mayberry cutting O'Leary's throat kill ing him instantly. Mayberry surren- oerea nimseu. Withdrawn. A Cairo dispatch says Gen. Gordon Pasha has had a parley with the Gen eral commandipg the Abyssinians, which has resulted In the withdrawal ot the Abyssinian troops from the Egytian frontier. Gen. Gordon has gone to see the Jung of Abyssinia. Withdrawn. Wealthy Farmer Murdered. T) tAaA l:: Qn,..4.l,., VIV Indiana, a wealth farmer, was murdered while drunk. K. H. .Lewis, who waa last seen in Rose's company an escaped criminal from Jeflrson has disap peared, and a coronial investigation strongly pointa the finger, of suspicion Towards him. Tried to Quit Drinking. C. F. Atwater. of 96 Woodlawn Av enue, Indianapolis, adicted to drink, resolved to quit the habit or die. Un able to curry out the resolution, he arose and sat on the edge of the bed, and while his wife was in an adjoining room. shot himself through the brain, produc ing instant death. Accident to a Schooner at Chicago. The Tug O. W. Parker, while towing the schooner S. A. Wood to Evanston, bnrst her boiler off Lincoln Park. The following were killed : Robert Leshey, captain; John Callaghan, engineer; Peter . Rogers, fireman, and William Burton, cook. The only man on the tug who survived was William McGuire deckhand, and he was badly injured. On Their Way to Cabul. General Baker's brigade of infantry, on their way to Cabul from Kohat, it is probable, will make an- attack on Kushi on their route. General Sir Frederick Roberts' force of three brigades, six thousand five hundred men in all, are supplied with transportation and are ready to move on Cabul. by Logar Valley. The Playful Indians. Fort Worth, Texas, special says : "In telligence from Hillsboro, gives particu lars of a fight between indicng and a party of young spqrtxmen from Dallas and Fort Worth the Thursday previous, In which seven whites were killed. De tails are meager, but the information is reliable, coming from W. Carries, one of the companions of the killed. Massachusetts Prohibitionists. At the Prohibitory state convention held at Boston, the following ticket was nominated : For Governor, Rev. Daniel C. Eddy ; Lieutenant Governor, Timothy Eearl ; Secretary of State, Charles.AImy ; Treasurer, David N. Skillings; Auditor, Jonathan H. Orme ; Attorney General, Samuel M. Fairfield. A resolution was passed inviting the co-operation of women in the work of the party, and in voking her use of the ballot A Bogus Pensioner Arrested in New York. A telegram from Washington Bays: 'Information was received here this evening of the arrest in New York of a man named George Brown, win is im plicated in frauds on the Pension Bu reau amounting to thousands of dollars. Brown has for a number of years had possession of pension certificates upon which he has regularly collected the money in Philadelphia. Baltimore and ("Washington, by procuring persons to personate tne pensioners." A Bogus Pensioner Arrested in New York. Sherman on Grant. A telegram from Chicago says: Gen eral Sherman say that he has been in regular correspondence with the Gen eral during his entire trip around the world. When askei if he thought Grant would accept the nomination for President he said he was positive Grant would not, unless he saw the Re publican party divided on candidates and in dangrr of defeat, while his ac ceptance would insure unity and the success of the party. He did not think Grant craves a third term, nor in the least desired it. Carrying the Mails. The Postage Department at Washing ton is preparing proposals for carrying the mails in Ohio, Indiana, North and South Ca-olina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Tennessee, which will be published in November, and the opening will be in February next . The mail service, under these proposals, will bo about, double as on all routes where the service now is weekly it will be semi weekly, all semi-weekly service will be increased to tri-weekly, and all country tons and court houses will have daily service.. For Love—Murder and Suicide. A horrible trapedy has iust occurred near BucyruR, Ohio, the result of the nnrequitted love of a young man named George Schwab. Schwab was an in temperate man, and failed to receive the respect of society, to which he aspired. H bad repeatedly endeavored to pay ma addresses to a youiflr lady of seventeen named .Mary Long who as repeatedly refused his company.. In the absence of other members of the family, who expected to return home late in the evening, he went to the house, shot and instantly killed the girl, and then the gun failing to dis charge itself into his own miserable car cass, he went out and hung himself to a tree. A $200,000 Fire. A special dispatch from Carroll. Car roll county, Iowa, reports a disastrous conflagration resulting in a loss of t-00 uuv. lne greater portion of the busi ness center of the town is wiped out.' The fire originated in Henry Schapman's saloon,-on Fourth street, and in two hours it had done all the mischief. The Masonic and Odd Fellows'" Hall, the Presbyterian Church and over forty business houses were burned out. In surance about $35,000, distributed in North American, of Philadelphia: Traders, of Chicago: - Home, of New York; Phoenix, Springfield Fire and Marine ; Amazon, of Cincinnati; Fire Association, of Philadelphia; State, of Des Moines : Phoenix, of Hartford, and German, of Freeport, 111. The Advance in Wheat. [From the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.] Wheat has advanced 19 cents per bushel within three weeks, and there are not lacking those who believe it will go still higher in the near future; but it would hardly be advisable for any body to risk a great deal of money on such a possibility. The rise has been so sudden and great that the reaction may set in at any time, though there is no great likelihood that bottom prices will be reached ae-nn this year. The advance at Chicago and Milwaukee, the two great spring-wheat markets of the West, has bad the effect of checking shipments ma terially, while receipts must increase in consequence of the general desire on the part of farmers to sell at $1 per bushel. Winter wheat has gone up steadily with spring, and the receipts at St. Louis to date are muoh larger than for the same time in any previous year. If the ad vance holds through the year it will put at least $80,000,000 into the pockets of farmers more than they would have re ceived at the price of last month. A Phenominal Murder. A telegram from Janesville, Wis., re lates this horrible deed : "One of the most brutal murders ever committed in this State occurred on the farm of Alex ander White, ih the town of Porter, Rock County, at 7 o clock this morning. Mr. White left the farm early in the morning to mate Borne purchases, and while gone his little five-year-old son was missed from the house, together with George Barrington, a German farm hand. Search wa instituted, and the body of little Sandy was discovered lying under a manger, in thesheep barn, his throat cut from ear to ear, and his head nearly severed from his body. He was entirely disembowled, his arms tied behind him, his feet bound, and, from the situation, it was evident the mur derer had first hung him. and finding death by that means too slow, had cut him down and finished him with a knife. Barrington had fled on a horse taken from the farm, and had been seen several miles away, making for his borne at Fort Atkinson. No cause for the deed can be imagined. H will he captured, as sharp pursuit is being made. An Attempted Abduction. From Buffalo comes the news that Charles E. Schuyler, of Little' Falls, a telegraph operator, called on the daugh ter of one of their prominent citizeus at her school. Schuyler represented to the girl that be was in the employ'of her father, who had been injured by the fall of a building, and desired to see- her. She accompanied Schuyler to the place where he said her father was lying, and as the two entered the room. he locked the door and told the girl she was his prisoner until money had been paid him. He then forced her to copy the following part of a letter to her father, which he had written : Dear Papa : I ask you to give this man $500, for unless he raises that sum within week he is ruined. He pledges you his word and honor that it shaU be returned to you in sixty days. For this loan he has no security to offer except myself whom be hat in keeping; He must have this sum immediately, or within a week. So long as I think von intend to pay this sum just bo long shall I be kiridly dealt with. But at the first indication At this point the girl stopped writing and begged. to be released, promising to raise the required sum and bring it to him. On her swearing to never disclose what had happened, she was released, and told the story. Schuyler was ar rested and confessed his crime. On his person was found a letter to the father of the girl, stating in substance that hp had his son Willie, who is six years old, in custody, and would release him on payment of $5,000, and if not forth coming, the child Would be drowned. Schuyler was held to bail in $5,000. Deadwood's $2,000,000 Fie. A special from Dead wood, D. T.,says: A fire broke out in the Star bakery, on Sherman street, at 2 :20 A. M , and fol lowing that thoroughfare, swept every thing before it on Lee, Mam, Gold, Wall, Patton and William streets, and several residences on Centennial avenue. Fanned by a light breeze, and nothing to contend with except a very inefficient fire department, everything was at the mercy of the flames, Less than half a score of the pronounced fire-proof ware houses withstood the severe test The buildiDgs being mostly of wood and poorly constructed, they burned like so much chaff. The tire spread with such rapidity, that any attempt at saving anything would have been useless. All along its courte terrific explo sions of gunpowder, petroleum, liquor, etc., were of frequent occur-, rence. Buildings were blown into atoms. The hook and (adder apparatus and hose carriage were the first things to burn, leaving nothing but a few feet of worthless hose with which to batt'e against the devouring elements. The new water-works were tried for the first time yesterday, and this morning were put to their full capacity with little success in subduing the flames on account of scarcity of water. The hill sides were almost a solid sheet of flame, and water from the Boulder Ditch could not be had, otherwise considerable prop erty would have probably been saved, as the ditch ran almost directly over the worst spot The wildest excitement pre vailed on account of the fearful force of the flames, and the people thought of little besides saving their own lives, hundreds escaping with only their night clothes. Every team within miles o' the city was called into service to help save what could be got out There are probably about two thou smd people homeless and many desti tute. About a hundred and twentv-five buildings, besides fifty or sixty dwell-icg-honses, were destroyed, and while it is utterly impossible to get any definite figures regarding the loss, well posted men place it from one and a half to two millions. The fire is still 'burning, but all its material is exhausted, and there is no danger of it spreading, unless there should be an unfavorable chance in the wind. ' Useful Bees. There are few persons who have any. idea of the immense agricultural and horticultural service rendered by bees, but a calculation just made by Rev. M. sauppe, a great bee master, of Zucxen- dorf, Saxony, goes far to prove the utility and importance of bee culture. His calculation is that out of each of the 17,000 hives to be. met with in Sax ony, 10,000 bees fly per day equal to 170,000,000 each bee four times, equal to 680,000,000 of flights, or in 100 days equal to 680,000,000,000. Each bee before flying homewards . visits fifty flowers, therefore the whole assemblage has visited no less than 3,400,000,000,000 of flowers. If out of ten only one flower has become fertilized, 340,000,- 000,000 of Jertilized flowers would be the result Supposing the value oi the fertilization of 5,000 flowers to be only German pfennig (one-tenth of a penny), the united bees of Saxony have earned per annum the sum of 68,000,000 pfennigs 680,000 marks, or about $170,000. Thus each hive is calculated to do a national service to the value of $10 per annum, and this tbey do while paying more than the expenses of then keeping by the honey they gather. Upon these figures M. Sauppe recom mends that more bees should be reared and kept in Saxony, but his recoom mendation will do for this country as well. Boston Commercial Bulletin. Grasshopper Gruel. In Sierra and Martis valleys the In dian huts can be seen, and in and around them are congregated the war' riors and squaws of the tribe, their sis ters, cousins and their aunts, all intent upon the accomplishment of the grand result As usnal, the squaws do the work while their noble lords loll upon the green swards, smoke their pipes' and dreamily and lazily gaze upon the countless myriads of buzzing hoppess that nil the air and devour the vegeta tion. The squaws, carrying cone-shaped baskets of great capacity, scoop the grass hoppers with a fan-shaped implement into their baskets, and when loaded carry the wiggling mass of insects to camp, and then prepare them for food. The grasshoppers, killed and subsequently dried, are mixed with mashed pine nuts or cracked wheat and made into a kind of flour, which is afterward made into a bread, most delicious to the palate of the Washoe. White visitors at the camp are always invited, in accordance with Indian hospitality, to partake of the compound, and great is the aston ishment of poor Lo at the disgust ex pressed by the white man for this kind of food. To the liputed mind of the Indian it is incomprehensible that any one should reject food which, in his vernacular, is denned as being mnchee good." Truckee (Nev.j Republican, The Barber in China. Who would expect to see Figaro tabooed in any land pretending to be civilized? Nevertheless, the Chinese barber haa still to achieve equality and fraternity. He carries about suspended from a bamboo on his shoulder the utensils indispensable to bis art In front hangs a wooden cylinder, shining with red lacquer and metal ornaments. with feet to. stand on, and a copper basin at top; inside is a store of water. .Behind him swings a wooden tnpoct also bright red, the prismatio space between its legs being occupied by drawers containing razors,- brushes, combs and so on. If he meet a client in the street, down go the triangular stool and the cylindrical washstand, and the customer's toilet is forthwith completed in the open air, as coolly as if they were in the most private of dressing rooms. But in spite of his remarkable skill and his universal utility for no Chinaman can dress his own head the Chinese barber is looked down upon and classed with the inferior portion of the popula tion. Like actors and sampan eers, how ever great may be his merit, he can never fill any public employment Even his children suffer the same exclusion, down to the third generation. All the Year Bound. The economical side of woman's char acter shines forth with radiance when she succeeds in fastening an eighteen inoh belt around a twenty-two-inch waist. Her justifiable pride in making both ends meet deserves commendation. A TOUNO man, who is paying his ad dresses to his lady love, stayed so late the other night that the family were compelled to whitewash the wall next morning to obliterate his shadow. How to Conquer a Balky Horse. I would, prepare myself with a good strap I want no whip perhaps hb haa tot a taste of that already, and still he is master. But some fine day when I was at peace with myself and all around, I would hitch him to the buggy, turn ing his head to the village. He goes half the way very well indeed; then he begins to consider he has gone far enough in that direction and stops. I step down. He expects me to use the whip. He is mistaken. As a criminal I treat him on the silent system. I rish him back a little out of the way. show him the strap, putting it no to ma nose, i go to tne on Biae ano; buckle it to his off fore leg, close up to the breast, throwing the other end over his shoulder. I then raise his near fore foot and fix it with the hoof nearly touching the belly. This done, I say to him, "Now, old chap, yoti stay there." I don't smoke, so I take a paper from my pocket, and, finding a place where I can ait down and he see me, I begin to read. This is something he did not bargain for, and the novelty of standing on three legs somewhat diverts his mind from the cause that stopped him. I think this is the best point to be gained, and the most humane. He shows signs of a wish to go, but this does not suit at the time, as I have to look over "John Caldigate. When the strap is' taken off I show it to him, caress him a little, and we move on without irritation. The strap will now become apart of the har ness for a month or two, till at last the sight of it will act as a talisman. Cor. Toronto Globe. Causes of Sudden Death. Very few of the sudden deaths whioh are said to arise from diseases of the heart do really arise from that .cause. To ascertain the real origin .of sudden deaths, an experiment was tried and reported ' to a scientific congress at Strasburg. . bixty-six cases of sudden death were made the subject of thorough post-mortem examinations. In these oases only two were found who died from diseases of the heart Nine out of sixty-six had died of apoplexy, while there were forty-six cases of congestion of the lungs that is, the lungs were so full of olood that they could not work, . there not being room enough for a sufficient amount of air to support . life. The causes that produce congestion of the lungs are cold feet, tight clothing, costive bowels, sitting still until chilled after being warmed with labor or a rapid walk, going too suddenly from a close room into the air, especially after speaking, too hasty walking or running to catch a train, etc. These causes of sudden death being known, an avoid ance of them may serve to lengthen many valuable lives which would other wise be lost under the verdict of heart complaint That disease is supposed to be inevitable and incurable ; nence many may not take the pains they would to avoid sudden death, if they knew it lay itf their power. HOME DOCTOR. Tjuram will cure canker sore mouth by applying dry three times a day. Dyseoteet. The following is a trans lation of a receipt for the cure of this complaint, which was published by the physicians of Spain in the gazettes of Madrid during 1840 : "Prepare a draught of albumen by taking the whites of forty eggs or more, and, after whipping them well, sweeten the same, if necessary, with a small portion of the best double-rehned sugar. .Let the pa tient drink large quantities of this re peatedly, insomuch as to fill his stom ach, administering clysters of the same as often as possible. The patient must maintain a total abstinence from diet of any kind. In a few hours after the pain will abate, and in twenty-four hours the disease will disappear; u it does not, it will be sure to disappear in forty-eight hours, provided the patient repeats the draught as usual. The addition of a few drops of orange-flower water is highly beneficial. Puns. Punning has oome to be one of the fine arts in the estimation of some. As many newspaper readers may think it strange that the supply'of puns keeps up so well, we submit a rough calcula tion. Number of words in the language capable of two puns, 25,000; number of one pun, 50,000; two-word puns possi ble, 4U.UUU; phrase puns, ditto, bu.uuu Total puss possible, and indeed prob able, 145,000. This would allow alout 1,000 puns a week for three years, or 100 a week for thirty years. Then we must take into consideration the fact that a good pnn is stolen, slightly transformed, and made to do duty over and over again. Furthermore, after a few years, a new set of writers will be in the.hai- ness, and in the exercise of their voca tion will honestly perpetrate as original puns which went the rounds of the press years ago. On the whole, the 'outlook is gloomy. We advise readers of news papers to cultivate resignation. Bing hamton Republican. Novel Treatment of Croup. According to Les Mondes, Dr. Durodie has successfully treatfcft a case of croup, in a child 7 years old, by scraping the larynx. The method is to introduce rapidly the left index finger into the pharynx, so as more surely to reach the upper laryngeal opening; then, with the right hand, a piece of curved whalebone is introduced, having a small piece of sponge fixed at the end. soaked in tepid water. After three or four movements up and dawn, the in strument was quickly withdrawn, this being done three different times at each seance. The sponge was covered each time with debris of false membranes. The instrument has a reflex as well as a mechanical action, causing spasmodic movements, which provokes the eieo tion of the false membranes. The child rapidly recovered. Best foe Headaches. Dr. Day says, in a late lecture : Whatever be the plan of treatment decided upon, rest is the first prinoiple to inculcate in every severe headache. Best, which the busy wife and anxious mother cannot obtain so long as they can manage to keep about, is one of the first remedies for every headache, and we should never cease to enforce it The brain, when excited, as much needs quiet and re pose as a fractured limb or an inflamed eye, and it is obvious that the chances of shortening the seizure and arresting the pain will depend on our power to nave tins carried out enectuauy. -it is a practical lesson to keep steadily in view, in that there may lurk behind a simple headache some lesion of un known magnitude, which may remain stationary if quietude can be main tained. There is a point worth attend ing to in the treatment of all head aches. See that the head is elevated at night, and the pillow hard ; for, if it be soft the head sinks into it ana becomes hot, which with some people is enough to provoke an attack in the morning if sleep be long and heavy. . . It will do no harm if American boys read this little story two or three times : While a youth of 13 was playing with his fellows he ran against the stand of a poor, dilapidated apple-man, and came very near tipping his treasures into the gutter. He instantly raised his hat and politely asked pardon for the affront. When asked by his mates why he lifted bis hat to a poor old cripple, he re plied : "I didn't do it because the apple-man was a gentleman, but rather because I am a gentleman." Lincoln' Homely Phrases. In his letter declirfincr nn invitation to attend the Illinois Republican Con vention, in 1863, Lincoln made .use of two or three striking figures. Review ing the military events of the past year, which had been favorable to the cause of the Union, he said : "The Father of waters again goes un vexed to the sea." And, referring to the fact that South ern Unionists and ex-slaves had done something to heln on the good work. he said : "On the spot their part of the history is dotted down in black and white." There was something in the ular fancy. At the time, however, crit icism was provoked by this odd figure ituaw iuijjuuij uuucu tiio employed by the President: "Hor must Uncle Sam's web-feet be forgot ten. At all the watery margins they have been present, not only on the deep sea, the broad bay, the rapid river, but also up the narrow, muddy bayous, and wherever the ground was a little damp, they have been and made their tracks." lunooln was amused by the discussion in the newspapers to which the use of the phrase "Uncle Sam's web-feet" gave rise. Me explained that the re markable feats performed by the gun boats, in making their way through sloughs and bayous; heretofore consid ered unnavigable, reminded him of the stealthy passage of water-fowl The pleasantry concerning light-draught steamers going where the ground is a itue damp is familiar to everybody, It will be a long time before our peo ple will forget Lincoln's homely simile oi -eiaer-squirts cnarged with rose- water, as applied to the conservative programme for prosecuting the war. This was used in a letter to Cuthbert Bullitt, of New Orleans, in whioh letter he also said that the conservatives were like complaining passengers on a ship xne mutineers must go untouched, leet one of these sacred passengers should receive an additional wound. His im agination was powerfully stimulated by any reference to the history of the re- public. His address at Gettysburg, now one oi tne great Historical speeches of tne world, suggests, rather than ex presses, a crowd of images. To Lin coln's mind, apparently, American his tory was nuea with noble and pathetio figures. In some of the loftier flights of his eloquence may be found traces of a strong poetic fancy an imagination nred by love of country, and inspired by the contemplation of the stirring events tnat nave marked jts history. No more striking 'example of this can be found anywhere than in the memo rable words which closed his first inau gural address: A Heavy Sleeper. A boy in the service of Thomas Faw- cett, of Gate, Eng., lately accompanied his master in shooting all day upon the moors, and on returning m the evening his master told him to make the best cf his way home. The boy proceeded o? foot but, being much fatigued, sat down and fell asleep. How long he remained in that situation was uncertain, as, when found, he was in- ids own bed asleep, and a neighbor passing on the road early next morning found his clothes scattered in various directions, nearly half a mile oft. The account he gave was that ho dreamed he had been at neighbor's house, ate a good supper, after which he supposed ne went to bea there, it appears he actually walked three miles, though in a profound sleep the whole of the time, during which he stripped off his clothes and walked home naked, passed the gate and went up-stairs to bed, being the whole of the time asleep. Elizabethtowh, Ky., has lost a sin gular character in the death of old Uncle Sol Smith, known for fifty years as " Grasshopper-kick-me" SoL Old Sol got the soubriquet of Grasshopper- kick-me by nis constant use of the ex pression as. a mild substitute for more profane language, such as "blast my buttons," etc. He was a well known character, and years ago was publicly whipped for petty larceny, and demand ed an appeal after bearing the punish ment without sign of jjain. xne mystic chords of memory. stretching from every battle-field and patriot grave to every living heart and neartnstone, all over this broad land. will yet swell the chorus of the Union, when again touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature. -Scr toner. The Markets. CINCINNATI. Flour Winter f.imilv. 85 S 68 ; fancy, S5 656 40 ; patent Si 5i7 10 ; spring, $5 (uo extra, wtat oo; supernne, 3-t ivty . Jy Hour, (M o08 75. Grain.-W lieu-Choice w hite SI 03 1 05. Choice red 31 08 on truck and at the river, and $1 06 in sacks. Red and amber $1 03, and choice aiuberSl 05 on track. No. 2 amber is nuotahle $1 06, and No. 2 red at SI M(i" l 05. Oood red SI Inferior lots are quotable at V'2c. Corn. No. 2 mixed shelled 41c Pure while shelled 44c Mixed ear is Quotable at 41 ra.42c. and Yellow 4445c. Bye. No. 2 is held in elevator at ti7c. Otter ingB are at 05c, on track, and sample lots quoted 45c. Oats. Fair lu prime mixed selling at -summc auu rejected are quoted ai( 26. No. 2 field at 30V. Owl tu choice white are held at 31c. Barley .V No. 2 is quoted at Wc vzc; extra .-so. a at stf(t!-sc., and 3 at bpnnK is quotable at 7(ijc. Hay good to p mixed tl2 50(313 50 per ton. Mess pork, !9 Lard, prime steam, 5.70c Cotton. !)V.ial2. NEW YORK. Flour Superfine State and West ern, $4 50(5 00 ; common to good extra Western State, S3 0i5 3 '-. soud to choice Western and State, (5 356 75; common to choice white wheat Western extra, $5 105 iJ; common to good Ohio extra familr. 5(&:t50: comuiou lo choice St. Loui extra faiuily, $56 75; Minnesota patent process, good prime and choice todoubleextra,S6 J5(a7 IK). Grain Wheat No. 3spring, $1 12C91 12'4; No. 2 Northwest ern spring, ai tlugrauea spring, 91 ungraded winter red Wetlern, 51 lOf&l 234: i.0. winter red Western, Si 12(81 18; No. 2 wintet red Western,! 231 tilA ungraded amber, $1 ffll 23; No. 2 amber, SI 2i(al 23'Z; No. 1 amber SI 18: mixed winter red Western. $1 22(81 22V6: No. white, SI 211 20: No. 2 white. SI 22. Rye, No. Western and State, 76Vi78c Harley common Western, 69c Corn; ungraded Western, 5353c.; No. white, auc Oats, ajidltc. Lard, prune steam, 6.50c. Cotton, Mlg&ll'sw. PHlLADELPHl A.-Flour-illnncaota extra fam ily, medium, $5 87 ; and choice to fancy, 50 20 ; extra family, new wheat, SO 00; winter wheut,Min- nesota patent process, y 20$ 00; spring wheat Min nesota patent Drocess. S7 50. Kre flour. U Ulk- Grain-Wheat, rejected Western red', JllOrtcllf; 2 Western red, on track, $1 24. Corn, steamer West ern, on track, 5S(fi1.'Siy.c. ; Western mixed, on track, 5152c. ; yellow VVVsU'rn. on track. 5(Uic. musty and stained Western, 33(33)c; whiteWest ern, 34(3ic. Laid, Western tierce" 6(oliV.c LO U IS VlLLE.-Flour Extra, St; extra famil v, A No. 1, $5; fancy, $5 256 50: patent, 6 50to7 Grain Wheat, new red and amber, inferior tu choice, tl 00. Corn, white aud yellow, '46c. ; uiixed, Oata, white, 2Sc.j mixed. 27c. Kye, new, Hay, common to choice, &131550 per ton. Mess . old, $9 25. Lard, choice leaf, in tierce, 8c. ; choice kegs,8Wc Cotton, llc 1NDIANA1'0L1S.-Iiiain-Wheat. No. 2 red win ter, new, $1 06(&1 07. Corn. Dew Western mixed, DtmHe. . Oats, No. 2 white Western. 2ti(is27' Bulk Meats Green shoulders, 3.20c; clear rib 5.25c Lard, prinio stcaul, current make, 5.70c Sweet pickled oanis, 7(7.75c. per lb. Hogs, good STOCK MARKETS. CINCINNATL-Boef Cattle-Common, lK(?2c.; fair to medium, 2l4i?c2c; good to choice butchet grades, 33c. ; lair to good shippers, 3.85(4.40c lair to good dttiry cows, 3($4.30c. ; fair to good heavy oxen, 2.503.25c ; fair to good Texas and Cherokcea, 2(43!4C; common to lair stockers. 2(A3c, good choice do., 3S$(4c Hogs Common, $2 64)(S320; lair to good light, S3 50rt$3 75, with the supply of the demand; fair to good packing grades, 3 45 8 65, and .elected butchers' qualities, S3 65(a.3 75; to goed stockers. S2 75(it3 20. Sheep Common lo (IV--., a,u' I!1 to clioice, 3)jft4J.aC, and fair good sUickers, 24($34C. per lit. gross, Lambs Common to fair, 2;.a3)ic, aud good to choice, &4c. per lb. gross. NEW YORK. Beef Cattle-Native aides,. 10iC. ; Texassides, tiSc Sheep nd Lamlis steady at 4.50((y.40 per lb. for sheep, and 4.40(3 5.62Vc iambs, but sales weiv made mainly of fair good sheep at 5c. and fair to good lumlis ato' per lb. Hogs Prices uominally quoted at 8 EAST LIBERTY, PA . Beef Cattle Extra at S3 HOrA 4 75 per 100 lbs. Kalw made of fair to cattle at "S3 25 3 75; common, S!(j.3 Viper 100 Hoes-Sales made of Yorkers at S3 8n,a3!0 per lbs.; Philadelphia hogs, t44 15. Sheep sellinOag 34 per luu loa.; extra export sueep, u. Among the tourists who returned from Europe this week, are Dr. E. B. Foote, of the Health Monthly, and Mr. Dana, of the Sun. Attaches of his establishment state that Dr. Foote has combined busi ness and pleasure by attending topub- liamng interests abroad, ms "iiome Talk," "Medical Common Sense," and other works being translated and republished jit BerliH and elsewhere. New York Local Reporter. Had Hard Luck. A farmer say s : "I saw in a paper that a Western farmer planted rlax with potatoes, and it kept the bugs bff. Now I want to swap bugs and flax with that man, for I planted flax with potatoes, and the nax came tip first, and the bugs roosted Oh it totting for the potatoes to come, and they were thicker on them than on others 1 had. Checked in Their Advance I By the speedy aotion of Hostetter'i Bitten, dyspepsia, nervoos indisposition, eonstipation and bilious oomplainta cease to harass the in valids That they will instantly give ground is not pretended, but no medical fact is more oer man IDs, tnsse ntaladi ies, and others to which it Is adapted, entirely succumb to the Influence of the medicine, if it be given a fair trial. Their total, if not instant rodt, is certain to ensne. Losses of strength are repaired, and failure 01 appetite and nerve quietude are remedied by the Bitten ; and as the stomach grows stronger and assimilation is aided by its action, a gain in flesh will follow. - Ladies in delicate health, aged persons and convalescents, derive bodily and mental solace from its use, and experience none of the lepugnanee which ordinary tonics frequently inspire. The emphhatie recommend ation of physicians confirms the rerdict in its faror. . ixrxiiEKCB has conclusively shown that for entaneons eruptions, open sores, leprous exfolia tions and rheumatic complaints, hekit s via- H01.1C Salts is more efficacious than any oint ment, lotion or embrocation that has ever been devised. Physicians admit this, and the popu lar verdict confirms and ntifies the professional dictum, and assigns this salre the foremost place among remedies of its class. . Bold by all druggists. ..... - . - lo AM, persons residing paludal districts, "Dr. I Wilhc'1'4 Anti-Periodie or Ferer and Ague Tonic, can not be too highly recommended. It has been for years a specific in malarial di- s, bat now that the proprietors, n neeiocK, Finlay & Co., of New Orleans, give its compo sition to the public, it should be preferred to any other proprietary medicine. - All druggists keep it for sale. Brad advertisements in another column of principal triumphs of the Mason k Hamlin Organ Company all over the world. It cer tainly amounts to demonstration, as they say, ef the superiority of their organs. The record is unparalleled among makers of instruments, Colds and Coughs.--Sudden changes of climate are sources of Pulmonary and BmuMal Affeciiom. Take at once "Brmn't Bronchial Troeha," let the cold, cough, or irritation of the throat be ever so slight. 25 cents a box. Crooked boots and shoes can be made straight as new ones with Lyon's Patent Heel STira: EHEB8. Sold by shoe and hardware dealers.. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Fob economy use C. Gilbert's Starches. a 5 1 at 00. at are are a mx. lme 25. and to id; ; 21 1 2 2 hio No. $4 ; 30, 30c. 56c in ic to ; and Abort fair fair, to 3 79 to ..c. cattle good lbs, 10t PONDS EXTRACT N&cbMt InAammation, JmU m Cftrente. cnarau au jMawrraefa, Fsnws awl JTwsas. IBTAl.tr ABES FOR. SnralM Kama. SeaMt. Krai! BbeumatMsm, Hoi In, Clevrs, Old Iwunrhe, Heaularhe, Threat, Art n maw Uoar aw, Ntrarmlcla, Cst tarrta, Aew, ae, avUIMCIAirs) of all Schools um and neenmend reaa ssattmvCT. ro nnuir snoutta ne without It, aa it Is eoaventsnt, safe and r ltkfcla. Invaluabla aa a Pain Dcstrevar ana subduar of all umammatory illsaasas and mm- fABBEBS, Stock Breeders and Livery Hea shoal 4 stables in Naw Tork and elsewhere always nsn i w.T. aava n. isaine iivtrr BnaBstrMi-ear It. Sprauuee, Hs 7hanan. Cwtn, IxQm, HUlTaieaa, 1 Swell. tUeedlaur. Atr,. ar all AnLrolld and cured t It. OVWOur sMcial preparation. Teterlnaury Extract is sold at tne low pnoe ssm par gauon, package nra. PUCES POND'S EXTRACT aid SrEOiALTTEB, road's Extract, safe, Sl-OO and t4.73. Catarrh Cure We. Inhaler (Class aoe.)..1.0 Ointmoat ..Toe. I Basal Brvace - 2M. FlrfTr. i I Medicated Paper. 25c Anv of the above preparations sent free ef charges in lots of as.OB worth, on reeeipt of money er P. O. order. Jnclosrd in batT wrappsrs, with the wonts, fjastuoai. runu o,jSA.inAV7i is sola only in oouies 'POMD'8 EXTRACT" blown in.the laos. It ia aeverasMl talk. No one can sell it except m our own bottles above oescrlBea. eona tot oar now psmpniet vo POirD'S EXTItACT co Dow psmphl xa Barraj Strawt, Heir Yarfc. GRANT'S TOUR AROUND THE WORLD. . A rfimnlshtai TsxviTti nf that InnrnoT of General IT. Grant throogh Europe, Asia and Africa with graphfe de scriptions or tb places Tutted, intertttnv incident., tbasiatic ovations by Emperor and Kings. Illastratad. Over 800 page. Price, SS.SS. Outs 11b all other b WASHINGTON TERRITORY, The . New JMorth-west. Mild climate, abondant Government Lands, Prairie, Forests, water-powera. uoaJFieuu iron urea, umetnoni and Fisheries. No malarious diseases. A. fall detcnptl pampniett CWiiaJlim luum euiu t?nts w uam, wm sent free npon snphcatUoii. by addressing GEO. KIN- KEAB, Secretary Immigrant Aid Society, Seattle, w. THE WEEKLY SUN, A large eight-pat paper of M broad columns, will be sent postpaid to anv address aatll J anaary lasuiams, . FOR HALF A DOLLAR Address TH1 SDN. K. T. OKr. U'a. will Afcnta m tSnlau-V of SltKt oer month Slid penses, or allow. large cmnmission, to sell oar new and WOnaenui inTWiunm. r wttm vxk ws wuff. uihi free. Address SHERMAJf A CO., Marshall, Michigan "7Fi "els, 12 a day at home easily made, lastly 9 iO Outnt free. Address .Tbpk A Co., ugmrta, Maine. 2) ejOUU OOBetTOl.GaBvWlAMte.1 r to Make It. Xtm Ar A aOTXfriia W-mfslrorsUTBok thU AIT-TjJN S soils last. Chanoe for aU uake money f " aUUTaS wr BUFFALO BILL." Ih. lamons Seont, Oniae, Hunter ana Actor written hims.ir-isth.liv.liMt and easiest book to sell that appeared for years. Agents alravly at work are making big sal... Send at once and secure Wrritorv. for circu lar, and liberal terms applv to FBAHK E. fUMM, HartTbrel, Conn. This fjlmlaa Ba l EatabllalMMt ISflS. FENSXOITS Knr Iaw. Tbensande ef Soldiers and hairs titled. Pensions 4aM back te discharge or eath, Time limiud. Adams with stams, lBORK . LEH9I, P. O. Drawer SSS, Wa.aXata. IXC. QUEEN CITT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, FlfUs mm Walaat atsu, Clndnaatt, OfiVrs nnequaled advantages to young aoen te qualiff themselves for business, bend for Circulars ana sped. mens of Penmanship. H. LAJ-UUA1.J., mncipai. TTTANTED Agents to sll onr n.w Eclipse Um, W Kztitiuuisher. Trlaim.r. Wick Sav.r and Kero sene Burner combined. Freventsall explosions, smell smoke ; trims and extinguishes itself: a common eowon wick lasts live years. Ererv family will buy six to dosea at sigbt. Can make as a day easy ; (13 if smart exclusiv. territory given. Kickel-plaled sample by mail, S3 cent.. 8end for Circular and terms. ECLIPSE JCX- TmOClSHEB CO., 178 Washington Street, Boston. jt Kamplea worth asfree. Bowx A Co., Lebanon, M. A ClKXm. old or v lag, earns S9 a day as nome. at. r r nn i tp in 4 I fIVABAXTECD. Agent. 9OUUl I tiiUl wanted. I hav. th. Over 200 aeent. are now makine from ,2 to Sl&n day. Bend stamp for particulars. &V. thines for ARenta. from e2 to ailL. dal 6. T. BUCK, Milton, Northemberland County, Pa. at? t ft A TIA Band eznensee to agents. Outnt aava n w ree.Aaanas r ,u. i.Vicuaxagnsta.ate. ITHE List of Medicines there are that are equal to HUHTSI BEntjiT for enrtnf tirnpsr, Bright'a lliseaee. Kidney, Blad der and Urinary Oomplainta. lirST aj BEMEDT criree excessive Intemperance, WILE uenerai Aieututr, ui.'ci, ..i.- K-t.. P. in in th. fiack. Side Tiins. and all Diseases ot Kldnexa, Bladder and "Jilnary 2rl?l. Physician, prescribe HVIfT'. ItEHCDT. 8tnd for pamphlet to w m. JC. ClABK. ProrMeiico. K. I. WELL-AU6ER.C Ours la guaranteed to be th cheapert and beet la th world. Also nothing can beat our SAWING MA- pSorial books tre. W. QaXKS, CbJaago, ttttt7i rrrn a o X U XX V J XAUYO. where toaelltofam illee, hotels and large eonsumers: Isrgest stock in eounirv; quailiv ana wrm id. Dm. wanirj nvre keepers should call or write TUB WELLS TEA COM PANY, tol Fulton St., Kew Tork. Post-omo. Box The Smith Organ Co. aa 8. to fcy on. or a ; H, none Or th ill. the 4960. tl " "ttlSte )) Vt . si orltf II One year, post-paid, SLj OICTI Every Subscriber gets more thma Ulr I I SI m Patterns as Premium. 1 year for ayi.oo. uniy to cents men. 1 tXnrd.l.OO Onlv 60 cents each. io Copies 2 war Wf iOjOO. Only 60 cents each. roi muds gc u,tw i I 7- opy to snow, maucu w - s a e m a o e Tl n JO t Thk Ownlcirt is one of the few desiKOS which always has a' graceful and stylish appearance, either . i , - . I TL. . in am ncn or inexpensive huiii. wi, -pine of the front is sure to find favor with the ma jority of ladies. Pattern, with cloth model of It, mailed FBBB on receipt of 3 stamps (or lOcts.) We want yon to aee Styles and teat our Patterns. Burdette Smith, 10 K. 14th St, NEW YOKK CITY. Send one stamp foronrl.argo Catalogue, a rum! msionfi that has bxaud iuiois Drama ts tubs! , A BALH FOR. EVERY WOUND OF .. . . BLAH AND BEAST f THE0L0E8T&BESTL1NIMENT xvza. xadb w ahebica. " SALES IARGEE THAU E7ES. Thej Kexican llustanp; Uniment has been known for more than lutrty-flve veers aa tne best of aM Liniments, for Man ana jseast. Jts sales io-aay are tnrSrer 'han ever. It cares when all others fall, and Denetrates skin, tendon and muscle, toxbe very bone. .Soldi oycTywiierfj. ft Siii Class Sea. urf sttf THE TEMPLE.' .oo per dosn ft splendid new Singing School, Convention and inoir Sook: by j any of the r Dr. W. O. :mxrs. Aa a Choir Book, equal te i lari LTffeet ones. As a Singing School Book, bet ter than the cheaper and smaller ones, since it has mac a noremosio; that Is, 130 pages of new Songs and Olees, ana low pases at toe oest jbcitwu j vm. euiu Specimen copies laailed, post-free, tor tl.00. A,mmr aIba THTt VOTCB OF WORSHIP. t9.0 per doen recently advertised; Johmsok's Nw Hvthod vom Sivouro CIaAbsks, an excellent book, (96.00 pet Oossd, ana l. v. Jtmerson-a uiwaed, ishi pec wtamaj. Beaa lor Bpecinvens, uutuogaes, or vtraaiars. , ? Mtrr ear. STUUEn i n tuwm.m vn, iiju. With Introduction by Chaklks Utjdlit Wajutxm. 115 of the iolliest of ColleK Songs, A. capital hook for Social UkgLDsg. Jut mil. THK VOICE AS A MtTSICAI. IW- ITRF ITErVT. DT C. H. S. Pa -is. M. D. 37 ceuU.) Aa innJasble treatise oo the construction and management t tit vocal organs, nim ptates. Jtof out. Tb last amber of Tmi Mcstcix Sbookb. Bend 6 cents for one number, 92 Am lor the year, it oawn va iriawiiii wx iivw uiiita kaxej ygwam---, r. OLIVER DITSON & CO., BOSTON, CJ.lI.rJH.ua AY Ca J. K. DttMsa t Ca Ut Ireaswaf . H - W Oestiit W.. nfla. r,rlr is ertbun for Mar m a slight KrrMat, MWry aecotna. Wafh Ataimal aaTAalSied. S9T pulicnlmn of ear Cr0a Christmas Offer. Acme X'fg Co,.. 81 rarh Etc, If, AGENTS WANTED FOR THE HISTORYoftheWORLD nernilaina CV7S Una historical encraTinn and lSOS larre donble column rMges, and is the most complete History of the World ever published. It sells at eifi TTtaitArv itf th Wiwld fir nnblinhwL It sells si Sifrht. Send for s see why it sells ntster than any other book. Address for specimen psees and extra terms to Agenia.'ana ITatkqiax. Pvmuaaaa Co., St. Louis, ilo. mmm Opening Weekijt FALL FASHIONS AT THOMAS LIVINGSTON & CO,' CINCINNATI, o. FRENCH DRESS FABRICS, NOVELTIES, DRESS tJOODS, nr ifr irtr minnt'ii ciro TRIMMINtiS, SILKS and VELVETS. LADIES' SUlfsTlLADiES' SUITS Imnerted Mlk and Beaver Clnaka, ' Jttsaee aasl Chlltrpn,a lrea.ea. ' W laa.' and Cnlldrtrn Cloaaua. aTJaaes' irutriw. Jk.lnn, rmi-i. Oreaa Triinmlnge and Battotu, BesU Act rrinsea, Uruaawnla, Ctts, aUADURSP A.IWKII aNDKEKCHIEFIi, LADIES' MUM. UASDWLEKCUMMn. FRENCH DRESS-MAKING. Oar ArtiaU. WAD AWT. y mitt vAfll. naa returned with th latest rasmona. KinnpR's pa5tii 1 1. I rtoaAbl'fllA. " v mail h, bv mail. StownllAOa. Charlastowa. Maes'.. t1(ltn (1 .nfl fl Invested in Wair-street Stocks rmkm WlU LU wl.UUUfortnn every month. Book seat freeexplai!'ingeventhlng. Afldrese BATTEMets erX. klavakeea, 17 Wall (street. Mew Vara. 1175 a 10 days' mvstmnt f $100 m ft- Paul, August I rTeportional retoraa erjry week oa atoek Ontleaa at oadal Reports and Circulars free. Address . rOTTIA WIGHT ACO Bankns. 16 Wall St. S. T. REVELATIONS EXTRAORDINARY! The Planets Actually Inhabited A new and naMl work, and tnestrangestueoei tion on record. Lithugrupliio lllnstrationa. Sut, noat-nald. on reosipt of aoo-nra. Agentaand otbars aaoald addraw A. X. BOB JK XoON , js r, avUta,. RAPONIFIER yerters--oj oampie , if SMYaJoftbRttest p First Established I Most Successful I THSIB ISSTBUMKNTrfhav. a standard Tain. laaUtbe LEADING MARKETS OF THE WORLD ! OVER 80,000 aasl ta Vmm. Hew Designs constantly. Beat work and Leweat rneos. for a Catalogue- Treiioiit StrEEt.opposilBWalto Street, BOSTON, MAM. If th Old aeUa.lt Concentrated Lys - FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING. Directions accompanying each can for making Hard, Bo ft, and Toilet Soap quickly. IT IS TULL WEIGHT AUD STRENGTH The market la flooded with (so-called) Oonoeo trated Lye, which is adulterated with salt and resin, and vmt makt soap. . SAVE M0KKT, AND BUT TBS SaponifieR MADX BY THK FeniiBylTariiav Salt MannTg Oo, jaayrfT.Avawv aaaava- I SURE mm CUKE ... Best Truss In the World. Alan. He. 1 Elavttc Tiu tea' Itnal M . AMaantaal SaamrrtM Aamllsu -.f - ftrall DetarsnltlMI Sne " ' IIAOTAOr0iai BT - - TTZ. B. C. KR.AJMLV , I.W. COT. RIlll Cl EH StL, GEiEal CtremvATi, August W, W fitted me with one ft vottf 8err eonsUntly tUy and at I tit. aw eared? and wUh te add my Ustl "berre-enxe -tTnaam.- a t4 tvlaT i am eeorpteseiT Ton ean refer imemy to iae great mens 1 rour torn, at 0. 8. Dopot. CHAS. MOCAK saner. Ann. f f$teeeMenTnt Seeds, Oofs, onl-fW. Sew 7 Oct. Finn Tsi.fi. wsrni' a v via., owi Stool, cover, A Book. onlv ai4 75. Latest IllaMratael N.wapapersent Paa'lJ.Bea.Waahlaa-laaiW JT. BB1GHT-8 DIBiyaV ASrARAQIW. jfatMew trooi mm A posltlveeee. nrsnciirs Ptas.se, atre-sCw B.med7. Puraif - table. A selantifis fae to. ivas waedy tr Dropey, BraTei; BlabetM, a W aSaetieaa 1 th. Getllto- Vrlsaxy Orfana. Seatar lilt. 9aoara.en: rMOtsS il Jii, SOa. trr Jsr.HO. a' XjeeKria. ew Jerssy. PENSIONS AaTAT r-AMO every soldier aiaahlM In line er nt or otherwise. A wut- j it kind, ion or rinetMn, tob, rr. murmmie. if bat siiiht. sir rnvrrtinm, if bat slight.. X. VKSt YAMlCOtM gl". epen-.i sion, paid from date of discharge. MWOWM CLAtsta, orr?jtjsr accovwtb nKj:rKi,()Mij MK-orKMm.0 ' Send atamp for Clrcular.oraia at., forsook. A6 oreas, W. F. CUMMINnS A tU. liincmnau, vnio. A MASOIIIC. Snrmiles for Lodtat, ChVW and Commanderlc. inanuCa 'nred brM.C.LUlmJt Co., CWum- r6tu.O. Ben for PrteilAfii ..." nCeIirkli TemslTr Unlfarm t Spedarhf.v MilHary, 8aclety, end Firemen's O da; F real aaeaa. - ka. mm ataaewWe. wee. , WW Mrm n. saul rteln af all I X. M. 1 4T8rto aiarS-n, GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO : M Vewspaper Advertisuig Bnrean, It Sprnee 1 1 V . I. 1 .V.. a lhia ef ABVF.lTI8IItO la Anserioan Sewspeptrs. . ssine aaaw rassipauew, iw .sj H Blind, Itehlnf.or VteantoJ PUcBth-vt DcBinc'a Pilm RcnedyiWIstoeun. Gin immiiinf relief, con 8MH ot lone tiding bi 1 wo-W and rdineur c CAUTIO!! i iaSdmrtu Hon mvt0 rapMr o printed U fa a ie mf S mtm nl r.J. P. Af,Hr'ioK, raiio. tnt hvmsAvll bV J. 1 aboxtle. Aon r.p. MnxK&,Ki. l BU., Phuadfc,Ps V.mToU&4iirol. A NplesHllel PrexsrnA-1 Gilt-bound Aotsgravp X i;ahiiiq, oontalnlng 4s Dsautuuiir ensravai ne. , alo 47 select-quotations, all for 15e., post-paid, stamps taken. Ag'ts wanted. Wells A Son, West 1 Haven ,0 netan MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS. PfmovlrtUt or HlOHOTlf HONORS AT AI.1. W')ALD'8 KXPOsiTIONd roa TWKLVA TlABSf via: at Pama, 1M7; VixnitA, IS73; 8AjrriAo. lSTSa rHll..D ILrfllA, IBOf FAB,., to to, suu wm ua Gold Misal, l7t. Only American Oceans ere awarded kighest honors at anv such. Sold for cast r Installments. rK.o-ia Oatalotmm and Clrcnlant with new styles and prirea, sent f i. ILasoiiA Bass Aia Oasua Oo BesToa. aw loaa. ear Ciaatt. To tb. brat lands, to th best climate, wKh the best mar ket, and on tbe best terms, along the Ht. rani, Minna. . apolis Uanltobs Baal war (laU 6C Panl and Pad&. , 3,000,000 ACREG WalnlTlnth.1 RED RIVER VALLEY of the NORTH. On long Bass, law prtese anil ses) parasaias. . . laavahlet with tall information mailed fre. 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