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MKHTM' ! 1 I'M M:. Rllly Union jimipoil out of Ms lu-tl: II" llw lit his HistiT mill cut nil lnr hi'iid! This (rnvo his dear iiiiiIIiit h im-ut lul of I'liln; Lot us Imps thut Llttlo ISIIIv won't do It upuiiil Sanimlp pot hold of 11 liu-ifi'i- mafi'li, Ho sot It ullro in it fiiriiitr' llnitt-li, Boon burn, hny mid hursL'8 woro nshcs mid dust; And Wnmniiu's ptijui tiii-ni.il nwny in ills-iru.-t! 'Where Is your In-other? Martfiirot. toll." ".Mother. I pushed him Into the well!" Very unkind of you. .Minr.-iret. ri-iillv; I thought you loved your brother dearly!" Unity sat In the window sent. Mary pushed her into the sti t. Unity's lirains were ilashed out in thiuea. And .Miiniiim held up her fnri'lliwr at Mary. (iranilpa hail trunk; CI i and ia pave. (.'old 111 Hie liiiiss-iiuilcil Harry some, Harry pot ilriink; Then to net inoro the trunk Harry broke Into. And (irandpa tliou-Mit Harry ou-lit to lie spoKi'll in. "O. look If you please! .Master .loliuiithan. .Marin! He's bitten a pi rlclit out of niv mill!" "(Mi. dear, said the mother, in in-eents wild, "1 hope t won't disagree with Mm ehild!" ttho strangled Jm-k with his collar and 1-11,11111' "I did. .Mamma, and I'll do It ii'iln. Aim 1 II strnucln you. when I (.,.( ,g and sirony: "J hat s rilit. my dear boy to confess when you re wr J'arlliu; Mk-ks i-arvihtorks lulu laiiies; Diu-liiiK calls (Ininduia horrilil naiiie liarlltiK can't lone any desert, that's clea l'nles she screams loud when there's pany here. A MKIUr.ll kxiosi-:i. A Hili-H Nclxcil mid I'rovcn to lie n l.lv lute lluiiinii lli lnit -A Mirnuulc and u I.iiiIIi-i'oiin I-!mciim. l..."ii lliml't. During I hi- latter part of lust (Mnliir Mr. l'rcscott liuliinxim ami Mr. William u r .. . I it r 1 . itiaiiu, not not wiinmiuy linn tn'lii'Vors in Stiritiialisni, li'iirni'il tliitt n Mrs. Nichols wiw lioliliiiR iimtitriiilixing rtriUHTS III mi! House lit ill-, a. T. Wey mouth, at tin; conipr of Eliot ntnl Trc liiont Htroi-ts, mill at tin carni'st Hnlii't tiition nf ii frii iiil, Mr. William U. Wulk- vr, tliey visiteil tlie si'iiiu-u in kihiiI fuitli not dimming lU gi imiin'iioss. During their visit, however, thev were far from lieing fuvorably impressed with the ac tions of tho medittm, titul suspicions were aroused in their minds, that all wan not right. They said nothing nowevur, ot tlteirHiispieiijiis, niiileontin nod to visit the Hcaneos for three weeks. Dr. AVeynioiith wa.s taken sick linn u was (teenteil to liolil tlie KeiuieeK ut the rooms of Mrs. Nichols at No. 8t (Jhiipniiin street. The liiediuni, at this tune, for some rctMiii best known tuffun herself, changed her inline to Currier w i Ins niediiini had promisci! Mr. Koliin koii on more than one occasion, that his little daughter Kiln, who had been ih iid for some time, would appear to him and bring a rosebud in her hand from the spirit land. In the mean while Messrs. ltobmson and Maun sue eeeileil in getting severul of their friends (among them Mrs. Agnes Davis null, tliewell known Hpiritualist lectur er) admitted to the seances, and from that time forward a quiet but earnest and thorough investigation was carried on by them. They were determined that right and truth should have cvorv chance, but that everything iu tin Hiapc of fraud should be exposed. lints matters continued (ill Monday I'ventug, Nov. liii, when it was decided that on the following evening things stioiiiii be brought to a crisis, and the medium having promised that at that time Mr. llobinson's daughter would appear with a rosebud, tho plans were ncconiingiy iunl. i.aeli one of the seven had an allotted part to perform lit a given signal, ami iiltlioiurli all an devout believers in Spiritualism, they filtered heartily into tlie spirit of tin task. At the unpointed hour tin assembled ut tho rooms of the medium The rooms are located on the street tloor, mid are two iu number- a front anil back parlor connected bvfoldiiiirdoors. Doors also lend from the entryway into eaeli of the parlors. J he company occupied the front parlor, and when evcryuiiiig was in reiutiness, tlie gas was extinguished m both rooms. Aft a few moments of breathless silence spirit nppenred, purporting to bo lied liilly, nn Indian princess. .She was led by the medium and accompanied by second spirit, who, however, did not make her identity known, lied Lilly and her companion remained a few moments, but no olio seemed disposed to converse Willi her anil she departed. Ill u fi moments tho medium ngaiu iippoarcd leading by the hand a upirit(V) win clnimed to be the daughter of Mr Hobiuson. That gentleman was usked if lie recognized that spirit mid. as he looked at its form, he thought it was rather large for a child of the uge of his (laughter, ami lie had some doubts about it being her; but for tho purpose of tho occasion ho answered in the nflirmitive. Ho was then reuuested liv tho medium to step forward and address ins daughter. Mr. Robinson stopped forward and gently took a rosebud from the hand of tho visitor, mid ho then addressed her in nftectionnto terms, ut the same time gently patting her hand. Slowly but surely, ami perhaps unconsciously to the "spirit," Mr. lloliinson passed his hand along that of tho "spirit" till ho reuoliud her wrist, mid otiee there ho gruspc it with vice-like. grip. The "spirit, which had advanced as far us the folding doors, braced herself against one of them nnd began to pull buck. Mr. Hobiuson then passed his arm around Her waist and found it to bo I ho form Ik robust, healthy looking female, weight about Hit) pounds and who had euterei tho room walking upon her knees. The medium, who, it may us well bo stated here, was Mrs. liennett of McLean street fame, attempted to removo Sir. Hobinson's hand from tho wrist of his prisoner, but all in vain, and Mr. Walker rendered what assistance ho could by throwing himself upon liobiusoii and attempting to pull lus hand nwuy from its grasp, but with tho sumo result. In tho meantime lvnhinson'suctioii was tin cue for Air. Alann to turn on tho gas, which ho did in nil instant. One of Hi ladies, whom wo will call Mrs. Crushed into tho entry, and to tho door of tho buck pnrlor so as to prevent tho spirit from eseainiiK in that direction, whilo Mrs. M., went partially up tho Might of entry stairs to turn on the gas in the entry; but she could not find the thumbscrew, and thus fuiled in lior purposo. As soon on Mr. Mann turned on tho gas he srnng to Mr. Hobinson's assis tance and grasped the other wrist of the spirit, but ut this moment he was let upon by .Mr. Walker and a Bcuille ensued between the two men, tho result of which was that Walker was thrust into a corner of the room and obliged to remain there. Dunne the sculflo be tween Messrs. Mann and Walker tho unbilled efforts of Iho "spirit" and the medium succeeded in forcing Mr. Itoli- ison to release his hold on tho former s wrist mid she then uttcmptcd to oscnpo through tho door which Mrs. C. had been sent to guard, but Mrs. C. was there. It should bo stated iu this connection that the door leading from the entry to tho rear parlor was locked prior to the seance and the key given to Mrs. C.J but when she went, to f nihil r part of tho programme tho door was unlocked. Mrs. C. is a niediuin- si.ed lady, but she had the courage to ice the Hill pound ghost, and us it, nppronched the door Mrs. C. told it to go buck, nnd it obeyed. A moment later, when the door was uinrunrded. amid tho confusion that existed and liich can bo better imagined than de- rilted, tho "spirit rushed past Mrs. C. into the entry and down stairs into the basement. During all this lime Mrs. M. was vainlv euilcavorinir to find the thumbscrew of the gas-pipe in the en try, mid us sho was tints engaged she was astonished at seeing a female form, very scant of clothing, and bearing ar ticles o wearing apparel in her arms, Hit past her and disappear in the laiklless. Ouiok lis u Mush Mrs. M. cased her " thumbscrew " search and started in pursuit. The fleeing "spook" gained the first llight ahead of her pur suer, and ascended the second HiL'ht. Mrs. M... in attempting to follow, struck er foot on the lower slair and fell. s there are other parties Induing in the house, and not knowing into which room the Hitting creature had entered. Mrs. M. gave up the pursuit and return- il down stairs, whero everything was i confusion, and nearly everybody greatly excited. Neither of tho so-called spirits were subsetpiently seen. After a while order was restored, and a more chagrined sel people was never seen than Mrs. Rennet mid her allies. Mr. Walker attempted to excuse himself in various ways. JMrs lieniiet linallv acknowl edged that she had been assisted, but tegged Mr. Hobiuson mid friends nol to expose her; that if they would keep their mouths shut, she would give them a private seance at any time they might select, and show them she was not a fraud ; only not to expose her, for it would kill her mother, to whom she promised not to engage iu tho business iigain nltor her exposure a year ago. Ills Jlntlicr-lu-l.iiw.N Jaw. The San Anlonio(Tc.)Kxnrcss nroinisc to stand good lor Hie following: A tan, angular woman in a siin.bonnct. Ih a stride like a nun laic for a train. :atne inlo Hie recorder's olllce yeslcnlay norning, and look a scat on llu- bi in li near here I he city marshal was at work at his lesk. She removed Inr bonnet, laid il icross her knees, removed her spcclacles, mid aller snapping lu-r eves a couple ol limes at the city marshal asked in a toicc sounding like sharpening a cro-s-ctil saw; "lie you me man unit locks people up?" "Sometimes, I find il n-nuisiie to anneal ilo tliatexlreuic measure," answered Hie oil' al. "I know all that but lie you (he many" " l es. madam." "Well, why diilu'l you say so whin I asked von V" "1 did." "I say you didn't." "What do you want, madam?" adu'd the ily marshal. "I want thai good Ibr-nntliim: skunk Moil was married to my darter locked up." ti uai uas ue Honor "Yes, what's lie done, the vile w rcloh V" ind sin- breathed hard, irlarod alioni l.er and gritted her Iccih, uuiil the olliccr fi ll III his pocket lor Ins police whislle. "lie calm, iiunhiiii, compose your feel ings," argued the marshal. "lie told mi il I jiiM had linn alone for live minutes what a piolurclie Would make!" "I'oiilhiue, illinium." "I nvcrhouril him telling my darler ihal he'd give three liunilreil ami 'twenlv acre ol laud with a gold mine on it to anylmdr w lio would ainpiilatc my jaw with a hoot aek," said she. " hat in the world could have induced him to say llial V" observed llieollici.il. "I got him by Ihe hair and thawed him across the kitchen laltle with one hand, and had only hit him a liui so with Hu lling handled skillet, anil he was ealliu' me mother dear- and all that sort of mm sense " "You let up on on him you eU sorry IbrJIiiin," observed the marshal. "Yes, 1 fell sorry at his bar givin' way. II looked like Providence was agin me. Mchhc I'll never get lo lay mv hands on him no more. It would he just my luck never to felch him another i-lip;" nnd -,,r the first time she seemed depressed. vnai count nave iiiiluecil him to talk in (hat absurd way" asked tin city murshal, feeling iinooiiilbrlahle. "Hut aller nil il makes me feel good lo talk about it. It calles up old rcrul. lections, you know. Il brings lo iiiiuil about Malildy's husband. His liar didn't give wuth a cent. What a lime they had holding Unit hupicst. There was some of him in one corner, and sonic of him hanging on the fence, and right smart was wrapped about that ax-lian-die. It makes me feel bad uboitt these things, and then to think how Hint Ml. tie skunk got clear oil' excepting a few pounds of liar " 'What do youvMtnl me lo do?" asked the olliccr. "If you catch him Jest lock him up nnd scud for me; Unit's nil. I'm a law abiding woman. You will know him by the places wliar I hit him with a skille, Ihe little, witlliless, spindle-sliank. ed, gogglc-cynl, brassy whelp. Wanted to amputate my jaw did hey" "I really can't imagine 'ihal he meant by I hat remark !" observed Ihe olliccr of Ihe law, as she went out, ' It's perfectly in. comprehensible." The Kin-Unmake of 1HI1N. The region shaken by tho earthquako of 1808, for instance, was equal to at least a fourth f Europo, and probably to fully one-half. From Quito south ward as far as Iqtiiquo or along a full third part of tho length of the South American Andes tho shock produced destructive effect. It was also distinct ly felt far to tho north of Quito, far to south of Iquiipie, nnd inlund to enor mous distances. The disturbing foreo which thus shook 1,000,000 squaio miles of the earth's surfuco, must havo been one of almost inconceivable energy. If diroetod entirely to tho upheaval of a land region no larger than England, those- forces would havo sufficed to have destroyed utterly every city, town, und villiago within such a region ; if directed entirely to the upheaval of an oceanic region, they would havo been capable of raising a wuvo which would linvo been felt on every shore lino of tho whole earth, Divided oven between tho ocean on tho one side and a land region larger than Russia in Europo on the other, thus volcnnian forces shook the whole of tho land region nnd sent athwart tho largest of our earth's oceans a wave which ran in upon shores 10,000 miles from tho center of disturbance with a crest 30 feet high. Forces such as theso may fairly bo regarded us cosniical ; they show unmistakably that the earth has by no means settled down into that condition of repose iu which some geologists still believe. Wo may usk with tho late Sir Charles Lyeil whether after contemplating tho tre mendous energy displayed by the earth, any geologist will coiitinuo to nssert that tho changes of relative level of land and sea, so common in former ages of the world, have now ceased? and agrue with him that if, iu the face of such evidence, a geologist persists in maintaining this favorite dogma, it would bo vniu to hope by accitmulting proofsof similar convul sions during a series of ages, to shake the tenacityof his convictioti Hl facliis 1 11 nl nit nr orbls, linpauiiluni (orient ruinic. The Accident which Itcfcll Macule lltirtniion the F.rlc Itoail, anil vtbal ('nine of It. Now Y"rk Timiw, One morning in April last u young Irish girl, named Maggie ilurton, em ployed us a domestic by a family named Vandyke, of this village, took the llonesdale way freight, on the Krie Railway, for Lackawaxon, lYimsylva nia, whither she was going to visit, rela tives living near there. When within a few miles of the place, the car in which she was riding was w recked by the loco motive of another train, passing on tin eastwiird-boiind track, being thrown from Hie rails mid dashed into the pas senger car of the way freight. The girl was buried beneath broken limbers, and, when found, was unconscious from a severe, fracture of the skull, from which the brain was oozing. It was not supposed that she could live more than a few minutes, but she was taken, quickly as possible, to the Williamson House, Laekawaxeii, and thither physi cians were dispatched at once by Su perintendent Thomas, to take charge ol her. That she would ever regain con sciousness did not set in possible, n large quantity of her brain having been lost, but after lying in n comatose state for several days, she revived, ami by judicious care and treatment was, at the end of three months, entirely n stored to health. The railway compaiu paid all the expense of her cure am: treatment, and gave her $1,(111(1 iu cash Maggie Ilurton eaiue to tins country n: 187'J, at the age' of sixteen. Her par ents lived iu Rathlague, Marysboro. County (jiieens, Ireland, and she left owing to some dissatisfaction on their part at her choice of a lover. She crossed the ocean alone, and soon found employment through her relatives in this vicinity, and always enjoyed a good reputation. After the receipt of the 1,011(1 from the railway company she rewarded persons who had been kind to her during her illness, made quite ex tensive purchases of clothing, and then embarked for Ireland. She met her lover, a miller named John Hart, was married to him, and after visiting among her friends for a few weeks concluded to return to America. She engaged passage for herself, husband and her sister. It happened, also, that a voting man niimed Thomas l-'oster.a friend of her husband, wanted to leave the country, lie had been hiding for several months, being sought by ollteers who had war rants for hisarresl on charges of repeat ed violations of the game law of his native place. Mrs. Hart -furnished tin means for his departure, and In- managed Id roach (,bieenstown undetected, uiul embarked willi his friends for America on laiming in .cw lorn, tlie young wite paid the hire ol the party lo Laeka waxeii. Her husband couid not get work at his trade any wherein tho neigh borhood, and finally Mrs. Hart applied to Mipennteiideiit l nomas, ol the l-.rn Railway, for something for him to do Mr. 1'homas said he would have a good place lor her husband in a short turn Foster hnd also failed to get work, and took a strong dislike to Sirs. Hart be cause she would not use her iiilluence for him. Ho succeeded in lnaUingllart believe as the wife avers that his promised work wa.s nil sham, and embit tered the husband ngumst the wife. The mutt on jurs. ttarts money hail been so steady and heavy that it was nt last reduced to $'ll). A week ago the hits band induced her to let him tiikechargi of the pocket-book in which she kept the money. 1 lien both he uiul 1- ostei disappeared, and have not been seen or heard from since. The pocket book contained also the cheeks of tin deserted wile and her sister for all their baggage, which they had not removed from tho railroad station sinco their return to this country a few Weeks ago. liotn women are lett destitute and pen uiless. Iho sister has been taken i iv an uncle anil JUrs. Hurt is at present forced to livo on tin charity of the kind-liearted people According to tho glory of tho deserted wife, $110 of the$l,(M)Owasuppropriated by u lady in Port .Tervis who hud been very sohcitousfor her welfiivedurimrher illness, nnd to whom sho hud intrusted o(IO whilo making some purchases in Now loi-k. Iho friend paid the bills from this amount, and when returning tho balance retained $110 more than tho bills. Mrs. Hart savs sho will make an effort to recover that sum now, nnd if her charge is true, and is pressed it will creuto a sensation in tho commu nity. a iiuiiei rioorshiiii. L'linrle-toil Npwh nml Courier. Yesterday afternoon, tibont 5 o'clock .loo l'lnckney, alias Jim Rlake, a notor ions thief, who hits just served out a three years' sentence in the Penitentiary entered tho store of Mr. .F.N. Hesse nnd stole ft hum. While tho roguo was in the act of walking oil' with his plunder he was discovered, and the alarm-was given Ulhoor (.jiafton.who was on tho beat gave chase after the fellow, whodropped the ham and made off as fast as his legs could curry him. Alter a race for at least ten blocks, tho thief arrived at the Rutledgo nnd liroad street pond, and being closely pursued,-dashed into the water nnd dolled tho olliccr to take lam threatening that it ho (tamo near turn ho would Kill htm. Olliccr (trillion tliea drew his revolver, nnd told the fellow to come out or ho would shoot him. The negro still maintained his at titude of defiance, and tho olliccr fired nt him. Tho ball took effect in lilnko's head nbovo tho our, glanced nrotind the skull, and canio out through his hat on tho other side, without inflicting any serious injury. Not relishing this sort of business, and fearing that tho next shot might not strike so impervious a part, Illako waded out and quietly con sontod to go to tho station houso, woro ho is held for examination by tho Mayor to day. "A duck ol a girl," tail a trine sian.ey says II looks lo her as if Turkey's "goose is cookeu." KaiiMoH an a Wheat Urovtinic Male. Atchison C'lintiii'lon. Kansas has 1,2-13,515 ncres plunted in wheat this fall an increase of !)8U,3'J0 acres over the urea sown iu this cereal in the full of 1N7(. The area planted last fall was 857,125 ooros, nnd the ng gregnto yield wus ",71-1,171 bushols. These figures nro from the reports of the Stuto Ilourd of Agriculture. Rut the Paola Sjiiril thinks and tho Cham ioH is inclined to agree with it that Secretary Cray under-estimutes the average yield for 1H76, nnd niukes n still greater uudor-estiniuto of the in creased acreage sown in wheat this fall. The average yield of wheat in 187ti was 15.17 bushels per acre, whilo for 1877 it is reported nt only 12.:i!) bushels per acre. Tho Siitrit thinks that tho in crease in acreago this fall is nearer 500,0(10 than !)8!i,M!IO ncres. It ndds; "If wo multiply tho acreago of this fall, as given by Mr. Cray, by the aver age of the crop just harvested it will show that tho production of wheat in Kansas in 1878 will bo 1:1,803,01(1 bush els. If tho yield should averago ns well us it did in 1870, of which there is good prospect, thut is to say about 15 1-2 bushels per acre, the production in 1878 will reach tho enormous nggregato of nineteen millions two hiinlred nnd sixty-four thousand four hundred and eighty-livo bushels of wheat! It is hardly possible that our production next year can fall ns low as 12 bushels per acre. If the season is favorable, iiow many States iu the Union will produce more wheat in 1878 than Kan sas? Not more than two ut the outside Iowa and Minnesota and most prob ably Iowa is the only one that will lead us." The oltlcial reports of tho National Hoard of Agriculture giving the total of the grain product and the uvenige yield per acre, by States, show that the aver age yield of wheat in Kansas during the past twenty years exceeds that of any other Stato in tho Union. This fact, which tho .S''tYif has overlooked, confirms its assertion that "Kansas is one ot the best wheat-growing States In the Union." Rut we should have said "the best," instead of "one of the best." Not only is the wheat product of Kansas immense, and the average yield per acre in excess of that of any other State in the Union, but Kansas wheal produces Hour whose quality is com mending it to notice in all sections of the country. In Iowa and many other western wheat-growing States "Kansas Hour is specially advertised by grocers, is mi attraction to customers. JUie Atchison mills ship largo ouatitities of Kansas Hour to Illinois, to Iowa, to liitltniiorc nnd to t liii-iiinati, where it has won a deservedly high rank, and oiiinuiiids the best prices in tho mar- t. The ChniiiiiUin mentioned, some time igo, the fact that it had been ascertained that Kansas (lour would bear transpor tation to tropical countries without in jury. A writer m tho ngrtulturnl de partment of the ew York limrx says the dryness of our Kansas summers nc- miits for this, nnd adds: "Recently it has been discovered thai this wheat makes an excellent duality of Hour by the 'new process,' hitherto only spring wheat having been found available for this purpose, nnd that grown iu Minnesota proving the best. Kansas fall wheat, however, makes a new process Hour of the best quality - quilt: equal to the Minnesota Hour. Samples which we have sooh and tested, nil the reports of the dealers in the eastern market satisfactorily prove this. This gives a higher value to the prod uct of the rich fields of Kansas, and w ill doubtless aid iu establishing an im portant and profitable maniifaetiiro of Hour in that State. A largo mill has been erected at Hutchison, iu Reno county, m the Arkansas valley, near the center of the State, nnd is now making 120 barrels of 'new process' llnitr daily. The supply of wheat is larger than the present capacity of the mill, and ar rangements are being mado to double this without delay." V Wealthy liliw' Infatuation. N.-iv Vt irk Tiiiii-. .Tanies Sheridan, u Union County Con stable, was convicted in the Essex (New Jersey) (Quarter Sessions yesterday of an assault and battery on JlVs. Catharine Adams. Tlie circumstances are peculiar. Mrs. Adams, who was a wealthy widow, about three years ago, became infatuated with ono .lames II. Hills, formerly nn express driver between Xew York and Jersey City, a man of pleasing appear ance, and ul'teru short acquaintance they were married. Hills' object was to ne quire possession of the widow's money rather than of the widow herself, but she was shrewd enough to keep tho control ol her property in her own hands. She allowed Hills $100 a month for spending money, and this he spent in sports and carousals of tlioniostilissohitocliiirncter. The know ledge of this fact soon came to the ears of Mrs. Adams, and iu search ing for proof of his conduct, sho learned that Mr. Hills had another wife, for merly a Miss Anna Tufts, whom ho mar ried in Jersey City, but who now resides in New York. The original Mrs, Hills had been obliged to separate from her husband on account of his bad conduct, but she had never procured a divorce. When Mrs. Adams became satisfied that she had never been legally married to Hills sho left him, and resumed her proper name. Shortly lifter sho closed up her honso in Elizabeth and went to visit some friends. On her return she found Hills and Sheridan in possession of the premises, and drove them out of Ihe house at tho muzzle of a revolver. Hills uflerward procured a warrant for tho arrest of Mrs. Adams, on a charge of assault, and the Justice, who was ignorant of the circumstances, gave it to Sheridan to servo. Instead of serving it in Union County, where alono ho had power to do so, ho followed her to New ark, and attempted to arrest her there on a public street. Sho desired to know his authority, but instead of iillording horiiny satisfaction he seized her roughly by the arm, and endeavored by foreo to compel her to accompany him to the depot, ho proposing, as ho said, to taku her to Elizabeth. Mrs. Adams requested permission first to see her lawyer, whose olllce was in Newark, but tho privilege was denied her. Sho then demanded that Sheridan should tako her before the nearest Justice of the Peace, which was dourly her right, but this also was refused, and Sheridan again attempted to foreo Mrs. Adams to accompany him. Sho then appealed to a polieo oflicer, who arrested Sheridan and conveyed him before a Juslico, who, upon hearing tho stuteniont of Mrs. Adams, held him to answer, and yesterday ho was con victed. Sentence- was deforrod. The Prince, of Wales has lately been slaving with Lord Walsinghnm, whose wile had been twice married before her third and iireseuthusbauil was twelvu years RIMS F0U THE 1101 SKHOI.D. For Invalids Crust coll'ec is nnexcelcnl substance for tea and coll'ec; brown the crust in the oven, pour hot water on, and let it stand lor an hour on the back ot the range; tiso milk the name as for oilier coll'ee. For Dyspepsia Ruin alum until His moisture in it is cvaponitedr then lake ar miiec us you can put on a dime, aboiil half an hour before eating. Three or four days probably will answer; but take it until cured. To Clean White Furs Lay them on n lablo and rub well with brail made inoisl w ith warm water; rub until quite dry : and afterward with dry bran. The wet liiaii should be pill on with flannel, then dry with book muslin. Light furs, in addition lo the ul mve, should be well-rubbed with magnesia, or a piece of book-iniislin niter the brau process, against the way of the fur. Cure for tjleepU'Ssauss Eat nu onion or two previous lo retiring at night. Also a remedy for all diseases of Ihe kidneys and bladders, if indulged iu freely for some lime, where oilier remedies have failed. Celery. Celery can be kept for a week or two Ly first rolling it up in brown pit per; then piti it iu a towel and keep in a dark place, and keep us cool as possible. Before preparing it for the table place iu a pan of cold water and let it remain for an hour. It will make il crisp and cold. Cure For Incepieut Consumption Live temporally, avoid liquor, lake a daily sponge balh, wear flannel next Ihe skill and take every morning one-half pint of fresh lnik from the cow, mixed willi a wineglass of the expressed juice ol green hoarhouiul. A person who lias tried this remedy savs, "that four weeks use of litis Iniarlioiuuf and milk relieved the pain of my breast and gave mo Ihe ability lo breath long and free, slredgllienid uiul harmonized my voice and restored me lo a belter state of health than 1 had enjoyed for years." The remedy lo be effective must be continued for some lime. lloNtctter'N Almanac. Tlie edition for 1K78 of tho sterling .Medical Annual, known as Hosteller's Al manac, Is now ready, and may be obtained, free of cost, of druggists and general coun try dealers In all parts of the United States and llritish America, and indued in oven civilized portion of the Western Hemis phere. It combines, with the soundest priiclif nl advice lor the preservation and restoration of health, a large amount of in lenisting and amusing light rending, and the ealcuilai. astronomical calculations, chronological Items. Are., are iu incilwiih great care, and will bit found entirely accu rate. The Issue of Hosteller's Alinanac tor ls"S, In the Knglish. German, French, Welsh, Norwegian. Swedish, Holland, llo heiiiiau nnd Spanish languages, will in nil probably be the largest edition of a med ical work ever published in iiny coiinirv. The proprietors. Jlessrs. Hosteller ,V Smith, rittsburg, I'a., on receipt of a two cent stum p will forward a copy by mail to any person who cannot procure ono in his neighborhood. It EAT K ETA Hi 11KV HOODS STOKE, K.WSAS 'ITY, JIO. KI.IO.OOO Worth or li-v ;iiiiIh to he Sold Itliout ItfNcrvc. UXl'llECEDKNTEU llAUOAINS. We have lately purchased from the TIIUEK OUEA-r llANKKUl'T SA1.KS 111 New York a much largo stock than us ual at lids season of Hid year. We were '-oiiipelled to take large lots In order to sc. cure the very lowest prices fort-ash, ami now we propose lo let them out freely nt II very small advance over cost. Wo invite attention ami orders for dress patterns or samples, 7:1 pieces of l;iai-k ami Colored (iiosdrain Silks al $1,(K to J1.7S per yard, fully 25 per cent, less than were cver'sold iu tins eil y In-fore fertile same ipialilv. y? pieces of Hint' kuild Colored Cassllllercs at So to 75 cents per yard, su. h us are re tailed iu smaller stores at 7.rn' and I.IHI. 2.17 pieces of lioiirctlc nnd Knickerbocker Ill-ess lloods al S,1,;, 111. Vq, 15 and 25 cents per y.-irtl. T'l4 elilinot now be bought ul ajlV jobbing house at these prices. li:i Cloaks al J.-I.75 lo $ls.75. The best for the prb ver nlTcrcd. Worsted and Silk l-'ringcs, very low iu price. l.onsdale and l-'rult of the boom, yard wide, soft finish, llleachcd Cotlons onh-!i cents by the vanl or piece. 200 pieces II auihurgKinhroii It-rics.cticii ti er than you can lilultliciii aiivwhcre obc. Dilrini-'lhe past six ths thousands of Now Customers have found out Hint THIS OKV OOOJIS l'AI.At'K Is the best Store ill (lie West at which !' Illlike their purchases. We employ tlih-ly-scveii salesmen and s.-ileslailie-.'uiul our sules run Into the hundreds of thousands annually. We Invite lliuii-auds of others who have 1 ii accustoi I to pun-has.! at small stores, to try u-, by sending us their orders, and thus see whether we cannot save tlicm a largo percentage during each year. Jons iiotioErr & Co. tiii: xi:v year. A l-'ow Items or Interest in Itclatiiin Thereto. With tho advent of the Xew Year, our merchants and farmers will lav out their plans (or the policy to be pursued during t he forlh-coming twelve months. Mistakes, of the last year. If there be any, will beeor reeloil, or it it hasbecn round iiy experience Hint a rigid course has been pursued, tin n it should be closely followed to the end. (If the many who have shipped produce, dur ing tint past year, to O. Yiniiiiiiu, Produce Commission jlcreliant, 125 Hast Fourth SI.. Kansas City, Mo., we can wifely venture thorn are none who will have nngl'it of fault to II ml, for Mr. Yeoman has ever been known as one of the most reliable and careful commission mcrcluinln in Kansas city, ob taining the highest market prices on all but ter, eggs, chickens, ganio, etc.. consigned to his care, making prompt remit lances, and keeping his customers t horoughly post ed onthocondltion of the, markets. To those who havo never had dealings with Mr. Yeo man, we would say, begin the New Year with him, and consign yourgoods lo his re llnblo house. 125 Hast Fourth street, oppo site the Market House, whore house-keen. ers. hotel proprietors and heads of families in Kansas ( Ily do congregate to purchase I uoir supplies. SEXI) YOUR CASH ORIIKIIS l-'oi- Men mid llay'H fliithlim to llain- IIICI'MlOIIL-h ill KailNIIN llv. 7 buys an extra long frock Chinchilla uvercoar, 2 an all wool Kelt Jacket. SH only for a Chinchilla Ulster Overcoat. $a lo $1U for childs' or boys' full Suits. $W a Huriton Chinchilla Overcoat, cloth bound, well gotten up. J7 to f 18 youths' Suits from 10 lo 21 years. 4 to SI5 youths' Uvorcoals. $2.50 to $10 chililruns'OvurcoalsorUlsters from 3 to 10 veurs. $il to boys' Overcoats from 10 to 15 years. 60c for a duck overall or jacket. $22.50 for Calllonia Blanket Ulsters; no linings in the Coats; finest Overcoats out; just the thing for stock men. $!l for a Virginia or Maryland woolsev Suit strongest Suit out for a farmer or stock dealer Iu light an 1 dark gray. All orders sent C. O. I), wllh nrlvllece nf looking at goods buforo paying for them a tiiscniintoi ton percent, aiiowcilllils month in oruur to reuueostocif. llAMMEItHI.OUOU !l CO., One Price Clothiers. Kansas City, Mo OKLF-PHEHKUVATION hoillg tho lirst law of nature, It is well for the most pence loving citizen to lio prepared lor defensu mil many navo a Horror or (tread of carry ing one of the usual sized revolvers, which, of many makes, are so liable to do damage to the purson, when carried for some tlmo without being used, 111 the pocket. What they want Is a small, sure shooting, safe ai m. and this all will Und In "Little All Hlght." manufactured bv the All llight Fire Arm Co., of Lawrence, Mass., tho smallest anil most perfect lire arm 111 tho world. which can ho carried In tho vest pocket. It Is tho mosd rapid repenting tiro arm ovor manufactured, nml snoots with equal force to tho ordinary revolver four time nn largo. It carries tho usual slzo, 22 eartrigo. It is highly flnisliod In nleklo plite, with nonrl rubbor or Ivory stocks. TUo Davenport FltESIl OYSTERS. For the lloliilayfl 1. I. Clnpp St Co., KanMllM t'lty. WcNtcrn AffcnlN of W in. I,, t'.llix ('.' "Star lliaiiil ' llnltiiiinre FreHh OjNte nt. Three years ago tho abovo firm Intro duced tho "Htar brand ' for salo In Kansas City. The superior quality of tho oysters and the extra filling of the cans at once eieatwd a large demand which has rapidly increased, until their sales this season have become enormous. Already orders are pouring iu for the holiday trade, and the demand for the delicious bivalves daily in creases. No stock accumulates. Their r ipts to-day are shipped to-inorruw, and business kept rapidly moving. They will have a hill supply for 11m holi day trade, but orders should be in as early as 'possible that there niay be no delay iii shipping. They are now receiving Oysters in bulk, to bo sold by the gallon or any quantity to suit, for the purposo of supply ing hotels, rostuurnnts and tho local trade generally. This is a live firm and do a livo business, and aro deserving of liberal patronagn. (live them your orders for Oysters for the holidavs. Why I The following is from tho Tastor of ono of tho oldest and most rcspcctel churches in America : Stoxk ItintiK, Ulster Co., n. r. Van Di'hkn Uiiotiiioiih, Dew Sim: Your Worm Confections have been invaluable to ns. Last sum mer our little boy two years old dis charged about 101) worms in'thrco days, using half dozen of your worm Con fections, Yours, ,T, L. McNaiii. 1. S. I am glad of this opportunity to bear testimony to tho value of Van 1 hiscn's Worm Confections. J. L.McN. t'OnilNiM'cd'M I'lihliNhlng IIoiimp. The attention of persons desiring em ployment Is directed to the curd of Oood- sp 1's Hook, lllble und Map House. Chlca- iio, III. This company Is iu every way reli able, uiul will fallhfiilly comply with all its oggugfincntSj Tho finest tobacco manufactured in Dm world Is unquestionably Ihu "MATCH LESS" TLUO TOHAC'CO. wood tug In each plug. Mado by tho Pioneer Tobacco Cniu puny, and sold by Long ISros., wholesale grocers, who havo tho agency at Kansas City for this justly celebrated tobacco. Itiu'Uoye Xovclty Vo. The attention ol persons desiring em iiloviiieut Is directed lo the card of the buckeye Novelty Co.. of Cincinnati, Ohio. '1'ii in coiiipiiiiy is iu everv way reliable, ami will faithfully comply w ith all its engage ments. The St. l.oitU Weekly Tiim-H. Is one of the best and most complete family newspapers in America. Send for specimen. C. Schmaok, Kb am Dye Honso, 120 Main st., Kuie-.i- t.'it , , Mo. Silk, sal in and woolen k'oo l.i dyed and cleaned lo i""l; like new. I'm: reel liros. A: ( -ri?s sTiaiisT See adv. The Great Regulator -TV? B I riu:i.V vin;i;i Aiti,i;. All KlTn'Iuiil H critic for Mulnrioih l'l-vcrr. Ittiwcl ('"IH''liiliK Ityi-IH'liM i. Mental ltert'--ioii. .illlM'il, I ti.'. ,;n k Hi ItillU'tx .Inmi'liiT Coiihlipatioii nnd l!illiui:siH'sn, ,K 1 1i irii't'ni iIvh i'ities, I'liHi-mr. will'ireix. vie tlmnnf lVcr uiul A u'lic. tlie iiierrni inl lin,ii.st pulii iit tiiiwltirv rei'ciM ivil Ivulih. cl it-i I'ul hi-irilw nml !'. iiiteli(.. tiny will tel! you hy lukin; Simmon-" l.ivei ii'Tinainr.- Thi ii-tlv irlHiralnl hir-iHi-lm-, llrirnliites (lit l.iver. pri'liMes il(.'i-tl II. Illnl Joillli.-H llu; .-.jftciu adjust itni'Ui i ii tu-furrs. Kvtiurt nf a Itller fnmr Hon, AlcMiiiiler II, Sicfiii; ,- tN i tv Motmlly iin' when in v nt tli'i"ii if-inri". It I r. Siinitioii ,irr Itiriiliilor. Wilh L'oo.1 ell'eet. It w lui il iunl Mill ine In-Mrl- 111 ill llinrv lu-live n illnMen." CONSTIPATION. TKST1MONY OF TllH I'll V.V JliKTH'H OF U I.' Mid I A I linve iim iI Simmon-." Liver Itiiiltttor fo i-oiir-ti'Mtiniinf my liovvelNnitiHilltviiteiti'ioriiirvileriihi-'t1 mi'iit of tin' livi r. for nu- l tlin-f or imir inr- i in uhui.w wlii'ii iimiI intKi'iiint.' to ilin-eilniiM. wlili -leci-letl itiii'in. i i in hi; ii tr ii ihh iiieiiiiiie lor Hie dcnuu'i' melit.iif Ihe live! - ill l Ut Hieh Im lieeli n.v oetfOlili! ex x iixviii 1h-ti.x'ol it. II I HAM WAKNl'lt. finer .pii-ii cof Oiii L;in. Original and Only Genuine. MAFL'FAt-rritKU ONLY HY j. ii. zi:ii.in co., l'HII.AOKI.I'HIA, I'A Price, $1 .00. S(M BY ALL DKUMTS. ITgfr AkciiIs Wanted, l-'i.r imrlli-iiliir JI n.Mn-KA.N.AdKNI-Y, Piielu, Kun. fiTTTffC! KKVOl.VBKH. Pritf l,M fire. Aililre. W UJilU limit Wiwlcni Omi Work-. I'itlrlmiv. I' Wi) "T A MAY TO A'lKNTR. Illntlrntr.1 Olnltaw t-i) Fn-j. J. II. Ucfkoiui'sSosh. lliK4t.ui, Man-'. rol'llAMU -rr.'-stlnlhcWorld.Trtiill'urkiiirflfnto AST 11 M AhyjS--'1''1'0'"'00' ioa.suiuuriiiiuWK. vvvm vrBrtirr t-vnc'i"'''!".---..! -ith lUlll'Ulim lllUli In ntnrilL- . Atl.tr.--. I .ItOWNJl SON, l.lii ,d l;r.l V.,I Sj . IMMmiv.lV Million Hotel, J. H. lloliertson, pro- lini-ter. Ciir.rttli nml Wyiiinliilt hK stni-l ei.n d ite lilt unit Klii-kv.ii.ls, vi rv : niuiiit.'-. lliilt'I.W'i'-$t.fMi PtJin e A',". !, Jo1'" A. McDonald.liCo. t ftlUlO. OI.AbH. whoMfMiil ii-liilliliMlfmin nil I'niiiu-o.' Muti-riftl. Kit'' unit III Miiviuri avcn.i IYr month iimttn w-lllriff 11 (tOiTm-nroorplnnl. IPWO turyti'li. lliii-ki-vo SUiliein-ryrai-kiim ilanio AiJi(imliikniu!rixl, Ni.vt'ltii, Ni'llnim. s. M.nmllu. Wla, Catalogui) frte. UiK-kcyu Nuvt-lly Co. Cincflaiati, O Ulxty-nlx Specimen Co,, ten or our IIKAUTI l ' l-'Ut, lilt, Clllltl.MOS free, to r, nKiii-ili:u Am-nti'. i-.ik iom- ioi ik. with vntir niilleii11on In ctivt'r liwiinri-. l KKii;i,Vi AN Ji t.-O.. IIUW. Ctllt..('llli-illlllltl. II. WATCH nntl CHAIN ovn $20 ?"l)t ill tf H nrtti: :ii;il'l W ATI 'II tul CHAIN 'ti'h'J. I' l.i.N'N(il'uN, IT.IatkM.iiSt.. lilrnro SEAISHHSTENCILS Iiulluubvk& Co.5.1R SJnin KL Kiuimus CH) , ,Uu Vfii:TSelll tv.'l-v thtli.'l'l -lllltd jllhlf). D (ifthi'iiiti.ATi:A.sr:;iri it- ''His 11. w t.iulv. Mil ions w U I.- mmI. iiMv n (iu.ll".vti'MiltH.U. HiMenii l Mnp U..i'Ki. I'l'Iinu-o. 111. Water-proof Covers, AWNIJtliS, TliNTS, SKINS, WINDOW nn.ier.ii, rif., C, 111 1 1( . Y S II A Kr.lt tu ouuui iMiiiuneitstn't't, llllll.lAllll. KScnd for llluelratctl Phoo-lliit. TWATOHES nnd JKWELRY Retailed ll jPV-m sn. "lain'i'cluiors' Pricm. You on (FN Tisave liO imrtentliorilerliigotiis. V "J I lrJ Our fine Illustrated Prim List V V 'j sent on application. ROGERS JiS-' HANF 'j CO., 211 CUto Bl, CHIOAQO, ILL. i .iHiiiii una "-!" H - -wiinii or ino mrueM imvciiiHtcipy- . i To in- (iiinpli' for fonr viwrn nno) it In thin Full ntul nlnur(.(,'1Wl1lllIK, iiiiiinim i'riiur aiuu'vcri low nriw! of tt'J ir ImiIIi. FHKE. Anv oiia ncml iiiK ns li nnmcuror Iho Kurmor mnt Aminnt Honk will ni'tvv nuipy f LIiIk vulunlilu Ixtuk fnv. AiI'm "ImllAiin t uniier to." Iiitllin i uliK, for ltw-riMva i-inrula a. W will irlvn WA.OOO vnh i niluiii to nn; ono iirutu-iitiliir 11 1'ui'M't Hint will i'inmt wit ir. i.u I'oiiit--! Mpm n ronun KonirllifiiK Now Rtul Novi'l, UttlioH, if vnn wnia wirnfort, health unit a tMiuiiifiil form, bnv thinCorH-t; UIm nit li.iwinp-tli tiiiK.wit h nhonlilpr anil iiml 'iiuiMtrtcr-: it lioldntlie bow- rln unfltm tMU'k, irivinjf Hrtwt mip Krt; U'n(rtlieiiHtluwiiiit, rwinilHiin mv iHxiy, Kivu'K a iihhh-i Bp xnriiuaf 1 1 thK who wt-nr thfin. Thin Or net mill Attachmmitx m Mn il by livo n U'iu: wu ohnllt-nurethownrltl topriHliu'e a Coi-K't uintinu'lnK At innny Kotxl fratnrti ptTtninliiK tn ntnun, citmiort riui nuauitw, uurn ritllitv nnd nrin. A ice n t Wmiteil evrr'wh(ar. tfnmplwiuy mall, f,LM, l'rioe IIhIh nml rlnnltiiv for fiyiiil ii,niiyinK nrh miniuc, or iiililntw, iiii'lo-intf iK-iit i-tftniiiforp.irtifiilHni. INDIAN Al'tJLlri (X)HSKT CO.Ml'ANY, 140 Noith Tenmtww Htnxit, IndiiuiaiKitiB, hut. 1. 8. OrtUr nina two laohu noaUer Uian waist inoamira over lao areoK, few IS ImpflrtfrtOind JobbtnCof TEAS.COFFEES&SPICES Economy Baking: Powder, Routt Mill Oronnd Ooffee, Bpton, If tntanl, eta. Rtoft nil Futon SB our. stb and Main na, Kttniaa Cltr rt.l 'I'lie lairjrfst, Chnaneat nntl llest UU lUKnnitaiiOitT.Milvtntiri.Addrefitforcirciilor.etls. J.F.8pliUpg.A.M., frcMdcnt.KanBMCitT. Mo. . t. i !'!' Uunliier & Co.. 633 Milin ii iiiTiv i! trv?tKana City, nrc V11m IIAUlWillvEiin Harilwarp. UiiUcry. nnv 'iiliiniiTnck.o, Bnfea, lieltlnif, i'lM'klntr, ('iirtnv rn' (,'cioerri anil other mochanics' Tooln, Mc. I'nnnpt Utrntion iriven to onlcre bv maiL rILtro I cured. by Dr. K. if Epileptic lUmcdiel. TiIALPacKAdM HKIT FlEK (!iinllnaml ati.nl ill knri tutrmannnfc. Addr.. KUbS DUOS., No. 119 Mtiu St.. IticiiMowu. I.id. Books and siauoneiy Newspapers ana Magazine Tiik Kanmar Citt Ron ii NewhCo.. 7i Main HU. KmiKiw I'itv. Mo.. rnrrvftrfrTiHilffnihifli.f Doukn. K Ikri- iiw, Soirntdic. Mtiftr, H'luml, rifl nil Mtamlnnl work in l'('trv. Fiction ami llietnrv; Otllrp and School Htnilnn (ry, liltilxi. Maps 1 rman. 0 llftiui SUi'l lVnn: Prin very iow; ijihthi niHrttuiiiauwnuiirrccrvaiin u'w-iht". HOLIIAY OlFTSTt nmrorM DrmitM-Mnr HtAtnarv. a full linoat NvW Yn k init. AIIhiiiih, WritiiiR U'HkH. Work-Hoxoa, Kino Bn LTiiviru, Fun Otiromo. Wnlmt Hrarkflt, Ttnutifnl MiiTotv, TnuiKmrvuHi-aaml a thoiiHtuitl otlior IM-Hiitifnl uimmIa Hiiitniiti'for pnwnUM thn lowest jiricmcvcr hoard of. ArtiK nml Wax Flower Mntt-xinlf, Ac. Bond forrat nlotnu'io WM.K THOllNK.T2aMninSt.,t,or.8ihHt., kni)mnty.Mo. Il will well imvyon toUwiKovrrniHwocK. Ii,l).r0WKTl8. I.J.Ltndk. Tuoa.A.WBiam Powers, Lynde&Co., ii ii ram lomni Kansas City. Mo. AGENTS WANTED! FOlt rAIlTII'UIAIlS Atiniti'.ss WILSON SEWING- MACHINE CO Ha) llriuliln-uy, Nitw York :tly: or SAN FilANCISW). ()A1 AGENTS WANTED! LITtLi AlTRCHTlNKWI,,CKKT vmK Aim in the worlii. Ufunl form of Htwk, or hntitlln, tlliK'iiNti with. A iwrfcct wftnanlniniinttaiTliliiit, (Joni)ili'tH niillit for itLH'titK. f'liMirit innof n -iv iuiinltH nml urintiiiu nmttrr nnt for Hend for (!irriilnr. til Itliflit Vltv Arm CNi.tLawn-mi'. Mam. I YOIIK OWN IltINTINi. IiiKlriii'livo nrofilnWleniiil fawrinnt' ink'. A f'W dollnrK lmyn ii ntn ai.il tyT fur MrintiiifKiml'. cr lnrri,i-tr, IlllHIK'HM IlK'll KftVt' llltilll'y Hllll in- n'liho hiihlncfw by AilviTliwiiitf, Boy pnoy iirintinaM'l jimko innney at it. 1'ii-hwn f nun W t $10(1 im. t ;um jtlct- uuttlifi fur printing at $4 mi; any im wi mnile Hilil by nn. (;ir':lilar-fnr. lllnlrati,l mtatotnie ftirtwoDHi'iit MuniDH. ('rtNMrVll. AVilfiivr & Vo., 1 i k JA Clark Si.. Cliiniirn. HI. AlMin full line o:rariljfiirHnllilayTrnclp. OltTOV A HAII,IU'K Jnt pntHKhff1. 3fM pp. 40 Hlnrtrntlon". Th ld!. t niiMti-w Work rver imbllbheil. Btronyli inilorw 1V IliinhT itml AonuintnntH, Oror J ft, 000 wilil Id Jhrvi' 3IonIIih. Fcnt bv mail. 'rliM)no ixtimr. AilONTS WANTKI. lYifixictnH- UloniBwitil Tabvtif ('imifii)n in llliintrationf wnt fnn. W. H. SaIju:ii, l'nb. oil VS. CliarW Kt. ,llaliiimire. Mil. I Oil, Purls nml I'liidiiiKS for ALL MACHINES, To tlit'Trmlf at I.hm I WIioVhhIi Itiitnn. N'Htl ftirciri'tilnr. Atliln W. M. ltl.KI.OCK.IXil N. 4th St.. St, r-miin. Mn PZSST BROS. & CO., mani;fa('TU!ikkh op r.xtrn Kumiiy.j U hllt'iiHKiiui IIMlfO Itluc, Or-nliiital (tliriTino All of which timu-nrrniilM tn irlvn ml lnfiii!l inn. Mfiiitnni-ton-r& Wet.Ji,v(l'"-'"jv Tho 41 resit Krinml.V for 'iiriiiic ('oukIii CoMh, NiU8uititloii Aatliiim. vtA. ItroniJillla wid H il il r : l by Tliruiit and Ihel'rehfi. Hiy- I 1 1 ! 1 1 1.nntc Allprtlonn Nlrlunn un.ll BlllRlsoi.lt KVKKK. Ainirlt il IVoplcUU 1 U U'HKItK. AA H LlMi BAL DAI QAM HAH IM VOI Ct IIOPK.U n LUn 191 Arrh)tiitnnil ( A T TpT T Office orer I-thiiht. 1 2X. J . jXXiUU 1 i'ufltOfJloe. Kansas City Iron Works Works oor. Pruut anil llolmna SU. Ut Weights Two Cents Per Ponni Two Cents Fer Fonnfl For Sash Veights. CHEAP FIRE KINDLING llutli Ironi Clifinlriill)' I'n'imrtMl Corn Vtthn. ShiMl in Ii n xinnil IoIh. Thin will hint a fuinilva ir lilICK TWO IHU.IiAllH. A Mnu'lc t'orn (,Sb,' jro punil by thin priKifA, will burn fi'oni IS to 2'i iniitiilon. Knxy to liuh! iunl niiihit larL-it hUxzo. i nlrn wilin ll from hi'iiOH of fniiiilirH,ho'i'l kii'lHTf. Ihwmth, ilm'lorH iiK'n lmnti-, nml jn'oplc who flnl H ilillicult to ohutin iiiutriiiltintjirt fln-s. AiMn-w In invrtiton nnl iimnn fiit'lnr.TH, III KKTI A CO., KaiiKitN ( lly.lo. (ftr Sinn If ktuL for twn ;t ivnt KtamiiK tn jy hikIK" Send for dctailod HtnU'uient nf onr New Plan Pianos&Organs ai tl piaiuwat ml wholunulu ricw. NoRUch term were cviTbororooffrrednnaliirtof"tTirtlyrrllable1nKtjnrnnit cinhnu-imrmrh namwi rut "STKrNWA V SONS." IIAINi:s,TAYI.OltI AlCKV.l'Ar. A.U -AU... J II.. I... LI: I IL.. oru In all kuulh'u Miiuiuiu-tf imientK JtnnnTltv' M'ltUBBEK ANI"1EaT1IEIC Belting BUILDERS HARDWARE Winlow OlaM Marlilflwsd Mantldd, Miller lirotlicrN'Alixed Paints, Circular Hnwn, Falrbankii Bcalos, RdlnM. Tmmmol Ncta iuiifi( Hi Hon and lU'roJron, 11 yuu want any of U atKive, wriLo far Prloeo to J. E. FOKBEft ft CO., Oniirs by mail promptly KamCity, fllloil at lowt-Ht price. UEAIXil'ARTKKNfor tiroOVSTKUTItAUIfi DORNSEIF & ORTLOFF, WUOL1HALS DKALEBa IN FKESH OY8TEKS, Cot frxt0ra, roliaiura, Hnlmoiu, Hanllnoa, lliillnnii IlorrliiK, c'RValr, Aiichovivat Trip, PIk' FiHjt, Liuihurff CIhm'hc, Swian Cliecfae.' Nhphiiko (Iui'hh, ItiilnffitlTt HauaMtfu, 8all Oilii, Hun twn. KUi., 218 VeHt FiHh Street, Kansas City, Mo. tfcjf ' Qoodw nhipped to any part of tho country. KILL STONE AND MILL FURNJSH1NH MANUFACTORY r?S GrUt Mills or FEDICH BORE STONE. KtttftblLhi'd IBM. rtirtnbla Mill, fit Fanncnt, 8 w Mill lwnt'nt,t. rtlrorrt'm $110 ni. t'umplcui Milt 1 can ffrlml ami aet-p in ortlpr. aiiitpiwwiBiiy .J ltlnil of mitlnltle wcr. ComiiMo Flonrtnir aiurOtim Mill fttr l.io. NOR lVKi:, MAltatON & CO., Inilliuiitpulla, liMl. DSEFDL PRESENTS. ?ffr'MiKli(-tt CntunliU Awanl.J ROYS and HJIRLS ARK MKKtSQ MfiSH T ttAriPl.t priMtnf fardt, fiMi, mar kin -j tiinkinm, :: y At ILY VHISTKH and mplm owju, bf naa.for9l,mimt fUm; $8. SliHtt: ffi.SUit, DIAMOND fttlSt. i. WU MUSS aiulrannl, M,tfa fnr gtr. DoYou'O" Printing procuring OOLDISx. S OFFICIAL 'W.s'flflitl owjU for printing Card, ft, LabtU, (Vrcti- outfits from Sud UOLitrvn VO..Aii:'rr:Vort-IltU Si.. lloitaZ Kanhar Uitv N.tl. No Win applying to any ot the above; tdynrZ tlsere do not forget to isy that you aatr tlie advertlaementlnthli paper.