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THE WORLD AT LARGE.
CONGRESSIONAL. Anion.); the memorials prrwnU'd In Ihe ii'ti atc (March 4) wa one by Mr. InpilU from tin ffranU army mU of Kan mis, n'inont'trutiiip; agalnd tht pawna;-; uf the hill rfiusUtiiiff Fits John Porter. The nii'mnrfi.. emtuHlit'-j nucilu tiin of thi t)!.u whii lnhTliin'thiit ton-instate Fit .Mm l'trtr would Ik n if-mlttl as mi In mi!t to loyal wiMlftn who nlK-yeU with alacrity thrir pu rinr otlUvrw. In pn st'iiliiii; thr nietii oriul Mr. lutrulls unit! tin mtolutlou volt-ul ilu (iiiutn of nltit'tt'titli" uf I he Hurvi iinr polillt r uf tlK- war of the rn-MUtm, and in Hint opinion ho iktmuimiv ami ronllaliy I'onriirrt-ti. thr military nt-ii'Viny Mil war plm-ril ln'fnv the wnal'." Mr. Luirun said he was authorized bv tht committor mi itppMtriattiui to niTi r an nmriidmcnt providing that hereafter any rudrt dismifsed fur lia.imr clmuM nut lie rliuiMr tn I reappointment, lie had coiiMiHt'd many of1 tin- U'.-t otlieeri who lunl Ueti in authority at the ai-aili-my. und it was llielr ami hi.- opinion that haxinir o.uhl mt tn- tdopped will-out sinh provifltui. anil he ln-Heved kiu-Ii provision would slop it. The atiirtiilttii'itt Hiix tirt'i-il in, ami tin- Mil us amended pa.-wil. A bill to provide fur the Isfiw nf iltiplii att' iliivk hy govern men t oflicrrs in t-a-t-H of the Ins- of tin- originals wan par-eed. . . .Tin- Imu-c, In committee nf tin Mhole. i-oiiiderrd thr naval appropriation I'ill, with mt ai'tion. Tlif chair laid More Uh- M iiate (March M thr bill i-xU-iulhij: thr limits of Yeijntt .Mie park, ami after a di-hate, nliteli was piirtiripattd In hy Mttwr. Vest, ItihIIc. Inve, Mt Mtlhn ami Harrison, the hill pa-sid. The bill author izing the poiina-ti r ui tu ral to le:w: ImihliniTs for post ollic-s nf thr ilr-t. m-oiid ami third 'las-i't Ht mi-malle rule, for term not to e crcd tin yt-ar-, ;h pa-vd. Mr. I'nekn II fn triHluirii a lall to amend the revtHi-d MittiitiK hn lh to L'iVr tu thr J tn ""."(- nf tin- tinted State- courts the samr tWer in all ft airs tint tin- pniM-M nf eerul flairs havr in their respective t-'.itt In th' holier, a HI) milk- 1 liLT an apprnpriatinii nf .loil to r'lpplv thr Urln irnrv 111 thr uiimimt n t'llin d for thr rx-! petiditure- to ii-i t rtnin ihr depth nf water ami I width nf the channel at Smith Pa-, Mi i--ippi I river, and LMiiL'e th'' wah rs nf the 1i--!ippl river and triliiH-tric. pa--rd. 'Hie M-natr joint n-nlutin n for the udditioti nf ?lo.ihi to the contiiiL'eiit fund of the senate fur witm -s fees in the Damillr Investiiration, Mlth an anieiiihiiriit pnvidini; that sum shall nnh lr IVailalile fur tin rpen-es uf inestiLJatlolls hrretuf'iri' nnlerrd. pa-ed. Mr. lintM-rt-nti, of Kentlleky, fmill the romillitt ll cleetintH. rr- purtid a ri'-iilullon unseatitii; T. l.nna. drlr patr fri tn New Mrxiro, ail -fatim; in his plarc F. A. Maiiauares. Manr.anares appeared ut thr hamf tin- liuiise and took the oath. Amnmr thr mrtiioriald prrsentrd in thr H-n-utr ( March ti) was nne hy Mr. ( 'uekrell, from Ihr united l.ihor organization of St. l.oiiis, pro tt'ftini; a'';iiti-t attempts nf emplojers a.- illus trated t iv events in ( uiim etictit with irlass Mowers and other trades, to nihiee the mm-pen-ation nf Aiin-rieati lahor to h point on a levr! with Ihe pauper lahornf Kiirope, and prav tnir the pa--a'e(if hnvfto n -triet w hoh side immiLrration. tendini; tn etfei t the reduction nf Anicriean workinuineii. In present im; Ihr memorial and moviii0; its reference to the eom mittee on edtfcatinii and latmr, Mr. (ocknll took i'ea-on to eoinineiid it to tin-serious mn-lderatinii of that committer. Mr. Locaii ' ralhd up ihe hill futl'ndi:rd hv liimself uml rr pnrtrd favoi ithlv from thr mmuiitteeou tinanee, providing for refniidiii-: to l-'railry A IVwnr, of ( hlenL'o. the sum of $l.y erroiieiiu-lv jiald the I ' nil i d Slates. Some reft re nee tieinir made to tlir Muallue-f of Ihr amoutil. Mr. oi;an said WillH' j enple had thought that an ntijeetintl tn eon-ideration of ronre-s of M1U tn return inotiry to parties who paid it. This did not wrill to lie i W llole-nine nlijeelion, Indeed, he thullk'llt it thr speetal merit of the Mil. People who were poor were as much entitled to thrir jilfl ilues ;i thn-r who were rich. The hill pa -'nl. Mr. Pendleton's hill, pruviillnir for it (iy-tein if courts fur the rxereisr uf authority conferred upon thr t'nitcd States, in places nuMde their territory, pa-scd. A hill repnrtt d hv Mr. Mander-on". fnun the eommittee mi i lalnt-. appropriati'tiL' tHI.iMN) (n ( ol. Alhert H. r.iuetv (or tin- invention and cim-rructinn of a uiiieliinr for tetini; iron and steel, p;is-ed. Thr hmi-e Went into the cuirmiittre of the who!e mi the naval npprnprhitlnti hill. Mr. ( nlkii! moved. to iimeml the elaiisi' pruhihitfui; idlieer- nn the retired ll-t from aeerptini; a IMifilimi in the civil -erviee of ihr Tinted States hy providim: that prohibition shall m t applj to any otliei r ln ln-.v tlie rank of major in the army ur i-otnmander in the navy who lui- heen n tin d hy ream of wound- received in the ser vice; adapted. The ennnnittee then rn-.r unit reported the hill to the hoiifi1, mid ft was pa ed- yeas. "J.V,; nay.-, While f Krnturky. A hill appropriatintr f'MtiKi for thr enction il a lire-proof huildini: for a hall of records paf-ed the cnate ( March 7). Thr senate pan.-ed the hill reported hv Mr. (hirhmd fnnn the eomiuittrr ..n jiidirhtry, rntistitutinir a majority nf the jiltiL'es of tlir suprrinr rotirt td Ihr I'liited Slate-to lira quonnn of tlir Court in stead of i judo's as heretofore. The hilt a!-u prohibit the jti'L'e who heard a ease at the circuit from sitting mi the sunn-me bench when a case eoiin- up for appi ;il. The senate took up for emi-idenitiow the bill r.rthe relief of the heir- nf Maurice (irivut. The iill nmvides f..r the n p.ntu; ut to the heirs of t.rivot hIkhU ('!. eontitutini: a bank tlepnit seized by nnler nf (ietr ral It.mk-i in New t (rleaiis nn his taking po-,es.-ion nf that city. Mr. ('miner i-tlcnuoil-Iv opp.i-ed the bill, lipnii thr jjmund that it was 'tin- ent riiur wrdu'e for a larsre nimi InT of claim - of a r-imilarrhamrter. If eonurefs eiiiiimeund to pay surli claims it Would In' called upon in a voice it could nut misumler-' t-t and, to -top it. A protracted debate en-ned. nndthr uiolinn nf Mr. Infill t ml linitely postpone Mas vuteildowu and the bill parsed h'v 4ti year to '.I 'na. Adiourned until Monday, . . .'.In the hoii-'e. several ltlls nf a private na ture were parsed. The hnu-e (March s( bv a vote uf HMo p,7, refused to an into committer to en-ider the hfuided -wlii-kv bill. A favorable report wa lllllile oil (he bill for t lie election of public build lna" at Akron, Ohio ami. Dululh, Minuesoi;i. chUdrvn, fln-d the hou; autl then shot hlmwlf thnmh the heart. The Arc tn the house was dlcoemlandexlinKuifhi'd Uforc Uc bodies were consumed ur much damage resulted. Iu a street tliiht at Wwhlnpton, I). C, prow Ing out of a dlfhVuUy betwwn while uud eol oml men, Frank Lantrston, a wn uf Vrofeosor JohnM. I.antou, l ultcd States minister to Ilaytl, sliot und ktlh-d .lunirs Six-nwr and Ber lou'sly wounded. John i. Wllllaim, two tntorf. W. H. Oylrr.'uirrnt at Kansun C ity of the Continental' Kasl Kreluht Hue, tcrinitmlcd nn.tnielrd debauch hv shootini; the top of hut head ofT with n fort v -four caliber hull-doir. At Kastoii, Pa..' Hi'tijamin Keatly ulleinpled Hi chastise hfit 17-ycar-old son, Harry, when the hoy drew a revolver and shut hit father. Hurry read novels. The inquest al Wlnnctka, lib. as to the mur der f Mr. mid MnOVillson resulted In a ver dict that the evidence east (suspicion upon Seal MeKeaU"Ue. Frank Itande, the slayer of nine men, and who n e. ntly made a nuirdermis assault mi his keeper, suicided in his cell in the .lolh-t peni tentiary. At Des; Moines, la.. Peter .h'hiison, a team ster, killed Ids wife with n revolver, and after ward slmt and killed himself. No niuw us- sitrnnl. I M. (. Vanllect. the euunty treasurer nf Huron cnunty.'O., absennded lust Saturday. His eafh aceount Is short fmui t(( (HM. The pamater's othee uf the t'hlcaLXo. Itur lintrbm an.HJuiney railroad, at ( hieau'o. wan r"bl d or M7.tin). 1 A New York city raa picker, who wiw i ltcd with rot 1 1 ii oranges by some buys, slabbed one of them fatally. The city uiar-hal of Wilmington. (., vvus killed hv a dnnik' ii ii-om r. naim d Alfnd Halhtrd. It is aim. an that Ihe m.M.Ufhiiici's haiiLriil an internal n v. nue infoiiuer in Kim d county, Va. At Mmrow. "(.. Pat. tl. Kennedy, fireman, wa- killrd by.lacuh Forker, a IU year-old boy. A Ito-tnii pawn ship wa- reeeidly phiudcnd of feveral travs nf jewelry. rvelproelly in eoinmereial relation! with the I'hltcd States. Xellla, who professed to reveal the nairnis of the eaI of Leltrim to the iN'llee at (ireenock, Seotlaud, has been adjudged insane and sent to an abvluiu. The pope has made a formal protest apiuist the conversion by the government of real cstnte owned by the Tropajianda into Italian rentes. Joaquin I-imendox, director of the Havuuo. Cuba, snvinpt bank eoumiittee, suleldcd, and the bank has suspended pavnunt. The United Stales consul at Birmingham ro port that the foot and mouth disease Is In al most every county in Km;land. Mr. Spumeon, the London preacher, was lefl a larc fortune by the lute Joseph Fool, of Leicester. A. M. Siithcrhuid, secretary of the province of Manitoba, died oftvphold fever at Winnipeg. A cabletrram from Home iinuouuces the death of I'anllnall'amlledl Pietro, in his 7Hth year. A dynamite cartridge exploded in the custom house at Lyons, Frunee, killing an oillclal. It is announced that the Black Flags are still worrvlug the French in Toti(ufu. The hill legalizing the I'ninu Methudlsl Clmreh, of (.'auada, passed. The (.'anadiau Pacltle railway loan bill parsed thr Doiiiluimi parliament. The (icriuun relehstag opened Ihursday. A serlouB break has occurred in the levee fif teen miles above New Orleans. The New York republican state convention will convene at L'tiea, April 23. Marshall T. Polk, the defaulting state treas urer of Tennessee, Is dead. (ieneral Grant Is at Fortress Monroe, for a ojoum of a month or so. The Illinois democratic state convention will convene at Peoria July 2. The Khixto Island republican convention Is willed to meet March 1W. J. P. L'tHipcr, wholesiile and retail hanhvare, New York, has failed. The Ohio republican conventlou meets ut Columbus April 'JJi. There wore -MH failures in the I' tilled Slates Ihe past week. The w idow of John Brown, of Hariwr's Ferry fame, is dead. The Philadelphia Hood fund amounts tu al most f,M,(W). The national dug show opened at Cincinnati Tuesday. Vinton, la., struck oil. (i real excitement. OUR ANCESTORS' NERVE. MISSING LINKS "Caiuilli!" 1 1 :ive WASHINGTON. ' Secretary Folgcr, in replying to the house resolution us to how much of the money now In the treasury can In- applied in liipiidatinn nf thr public debt without embarrassing thede partiiient. says that after ruaklngall deduction!, fttfupechtl funds, etc., and providing fur a re serve fund, then remains as a tlnal result, $7.5:H,'i1, which may he applied to any gv eminent purpose, and lhat the best answer, of what he conceives may be done in the way of liquidation without einburrasMiiriiL Is, per lnps, what he, in the use nf his Ust judtrment. did nil the til st nf Kehniarv lat, vvlieii he called for the redemption of .lo.uun.ino lu :t per cent bonds payable May 1, lv-l. Hepn scntatlve Nichols was instructed by the house t'omniHtoe on militarv afTairsMo make an adverse report on the hill providing for the per petuation of the olliccs of general and lieuten ant general of the army. The house committee un invalid pensions has agreed to report a hill to allow the widow of (ieneral Frank P. Blair $.",iMiO und a pension of ?V) per month for services rendered thr union cause. The seereliiry nf thr Interior Informs the Be n ate that the 1'nlou Pacltle company has not since March 3, lsf, made any mortgage or pledge un proerty or earning contrary to law. The senate committee on public lands lias onlend a favorable report on the house hill forfeiting the Texas Pacilie land grant iu New Mexico, Arizona and California. The house committee on commerce agreed to report Representative Stewart's bill to n'gulnte inter-state commerce and provide for the ap pointment of a commission, I' n til the delk-ieney appropriation hill shall bo passed, JbT clerks in the census bureau are suspended for lack of Hinds to pay their salaries. The conference committee ou the resolution to appropriate money for the Danville investi gation failed to agree. The reduction in the public debt for February 1b alMJUt frj,ouo,om CRIME. William McMillan, living near Huron, 0., wont home drunk the other night, and abused Ills wife, who threatened to call in the neigh bors for help. McMillun swore ho would kill the flrst'mau who came to the house. Pres ently George. Thompson, aged 10, appeared In the door yard, having an errand at Ihe place and Ignorant of the trouble there. McMillan Mistaking !.hlm for another person, shot and killed him, and then discovering his error, and fearful of the conscfuenccs,tricd to Bhoot him self, but'only succeeded in Inlm-tmg a trifling wound In his side. McMillan was arrcBted and jailed at Hunm. The next morning ho was found dead In his cell. The coroner's verdict was that he committed suicide by taking rat - poison, which he managed to find. A shooting affray occurred at Topcka Tues day night; among the colored population, in which Peter Uloodsol and Ucorge Blaekman were shot by Isaiah McClary in bis own house, west nf North Topcka. Blackninn died iu flT- ten mluutea. Bloodsol was shot through the left portion of the liver, and will die. The trouble arose over MeClary's wife, who has been rather intimate with Blackman for the pAst six months. t Johi (Ilascock, a well-known and influential fanner of Fauquier county, Va,, living near pelaplane station, on the Midland railroad, In a tit of passion, supposed to have been caused by jesJousy, murdered bis wife and tbrm mall CASUAL. 1 John Bi.er. an engineer In the Inter-i Kean Amiring mill-. North Topcka. met w ith an acci dent the other morning which cot him his life, Iu tning to arrange the belt?, mi a pulley when the machiiicrv was In motion, he slipped hi; fouling, fi ll onto the large ilv-w heel belt, which whipped ihiin around the shafting and up a,'ain-t the walls uf the building until nearlv all llie .bon.-s fn him were broken. He only lived a few hour-.. John Thomas, a brakeiuau on the Santa Fe emigrant train wa suddenh killed Wednesday morning at Wakaru-a station, twelve miles south uf Topcka. He was turning on the brake-, when the break -chain broke and let him down between ihe cars. His body was ru-hed to pieces. Thomas lived with his mother j'.t F.mporia. lb had been working for thr Santa Fe load about live years. Father Sebaiib. of Indianapolis, Ind., a Catholic priest, who contracted the small pox by iiiliiiini-tcring IheliiJ-t sacrament to a dying man. died hhnwlf thr other day at the pct-bmir-c. In that city, where he voluntarily went. He wa-about 'jti year old and n man of im-u-ual ability. Two passenger trains on the Ka.-t Teuncs-ee, Virginia and Georgia railway collided near Juliette, twenty miles from Macon. Kiigineer Howdcii mid I-'nman Pruitt were killed, Fx press Messenger Clowlii was badly hurt, and one passenger had an arm broken. The sm.w plow mi the St. Paul road struck a sled containing a fanner named Si.-k, a son aged nineteen, a married daughter and two small children at Sibley, in. The son was In stantly killed, the father fatally Injun d. and the others slightlv injured. Philip Matthews, of Honlelitown, X. J., swal- lowed threr artitlrhil teeth aed has since been unable to rat am thing. PlivMchius w ill cut open hU stomach as a last resort. Two Hpaua of aloii; wooden bridge on the Wabash railroad, m ar St. Cloud Springs, were destroyed by the. ami all trains are abandoned between St. .lu-cph and Yibhanl. Hew J. W. Fillsburv, pastor In charge nf the MethodM Kpi-enpal' Church uf Mt. Sterling. ()., ha- bcemne a raving maniac over Ihe sub ject nf saiietiticatlon. By the breaking nf ii lucoiimihe wheel near Astor, la., an engineer and tlremaii wi reln slantlv killed, and a hrakemuti suffered the n.-s ufbut h legs. A cloud bui-l Friday morning at Florence, Arizona. The water ran four feet deep in the strut, causing a damage of 1IUXX). No lives lo-l. The opera house at Oil City, Pa., was totally doidmyid by tire, causing a lusn of ?,')0,UH). Several other building- were badly damaged. By the wrecking of Ihe work train on the Iron Mountain railroad, in Arkansas, two men were killed and three severely Injured. (icorgc Ii. Y"i, teller uf the Third Natimial hank. St. Louis, was very badly Injured by falling Ihmugh an open hatchway. The Immense chemical works of Powers .v. Wciglilman, al Philadelphia, were destroyed by lire. By a mine explosion near tiragoon Summit, Arizona, one man was killed and one wmimled. A collision occurred mar I'lalsiiiouth, Neb., in which several person were injured. FOREIGN. Seven hundred women and children have ar rived at Suakim fmniTokar. Thr rebels mutil ated Un- llntKh dead thai Ml inb their linmls. The mariners ami sailors attached to (ieii. (Ira ham's c:ptdition have returned to Trinkitat and embarked for Suakim. 0-maii Dlgiua has sworn to give battle. Lieutenant Uuyd, brother of Clifford l.lovd, under secretary of the In terior at Cairn, will present tu Oueell Victoria the standard captured at Tokar. thn Teh. Tweuty- htinilnil rebel dead an- buried around I he ( liincsc legation al Berlin has engaged a rcw of t'lliecrs and men from the (icrman merchant service, to take to Canton the new Cliiii' sc corvette, Nather, built at Kiel. Bls marklsiiut Inclined to interfere with the ar rangement, as France and China are not at war, and the corvette Is not maniifd from the (Icriiian government service. Wiidiliugton, the rreneh ambassador to Kti- gland, has been summoned to Paris to confer with Premier Ferry In regard to the proposed Anglo-Portuguese treaty regarding the trade and navigation on thr Congo, and also iu re gard to Sir F.vyln Barring's scheme for linan elal reform In Egypt, (ieneral (iordmi sent back for money, and iM.tHHI w as forwarded to him from Cairo. The English agent at Massowali Is organizing an Abyssinian contlngenttooperate on Khartoum. The sheiks of several trlties offer to desert Osman Dlgma and assist the English If well paid. A dynamite plot has been discovered at Pcstli, where the police seized several pack ages of explosives. Eighty-three susjiccted I iersons In France are being closely watched ! A son of O'Donovun Hossa and Joseph Brady are living In Paris. A battle ut Bue-Nlnh Is Imminent, (ieneral Millott has crossed the Red river tu effect a junction with (ieneral Ncgrler, and another French column Is advancing to the north to cut off the retreat of the Chinese forces. 2 The pope has refused to receive the Bavarian Prince Leopold and wife, because of the anoma lous position of the holy see and the ambigu ous posltii m thereby created for Cat In die princes visiting Home. Advices from London say Nellls, the Irish Informer, who surrendered to the (ireenock police, and professed to give the names of the murderers of the carl of Lei trim, is licllevcd to be a limn tie. A majority of the French committee examin ing Into Uiu question of American pork impor tations favors the appointment of oillcers to In spect hog product on Its arrival In France. 1 A suit for 910,0(10 for breach of promise and seduction has liecn commenced at Winnipeg against (Jeorge H. McDougnll, superintendent of the Canadian Pacific railway telegraph. For advocating assassination through the columns of socialist newspapers In Paris, a man named Murphy was fined 1,000 francs and sentenced to six month's imprisonment. A cablegram from Havre annouuees the presence of thirty Irish-Americans, and says close watch Is kept over a dynamite factory be tween Amiens aud Boulogne. A dwelling occupied by Charles Conn at Three Rivers, Canada, was consumed by Are. Two children, aged four and two years, per ished in the flames. Twelve members uf the Canadian parliament b,ave expressed themselves In favor of the widest MISCELLANEOUS. The Santa Fe company lias decided to es tablish hospitals along the line at various points. The hoard of directors have had the matter under consideration for sonic time and have promised In advance $50,000 for the pur pose, but In order to provide a hospital income a fund for the maintenance of hospitals will then be donated every mouth from Ihe salaries f all employes, beginning April I. The sums re hen slated: Employes receiving $K) per mouth or less will pass JTi cents per month to the fund: those receiving from ?W to ?00 per un nith, ;tA cents: from fM to $100 per month, is i rents : frutn 3100 to t'jw) per month 1 ; all rccrlvluj; over fJUO per month will pay $! each to the fnnd. The deduction will Ik-made hy the paymaster and paid over to the treasurer of the hospital association. A company will be f trnied and incorporated, known as the Atchison Hallway Employes' association. Sevt nil banks in New York and elsewhere have untitled Treasurer W'yuian that, in ease they cannot receive 1 aud ?'2 notes in exehaiwre for national bank notes scut to the treasury for redemption, they will accept standard silver dollars. This action has caused a slight move ment of that coin. Two installments of iS.'j.OOO each of silver dollars were recently shipped to New York In redemption of undiluted bank notes. Missmiri Is making rapid progress in wealth ami indu-trial matters. The statistics for last war have just been imidr public, from which it appears that the taxable property In the ate was 'l.l. tbt. an increase nf ?o.WU71 over the valuation of lw, and $M,.V.tNX) over that of v1. The state taxes collected last year amounted to :t,:H"i(:(('s. Boston capitalists have liiverdud m.:00 In the Mexican Central road, the government granting a subsidy of $ft.iH)0 per mile. Fres nillo. where the divisions were joined Saturday is 750 miles from the American border, ami !7.-fro!ii the City of Mexico. The two leading glass works of St. Louis have lighted their tires ami others will soon M-1 low. The works at, Alton, 111., have also started up. This gives employment to more than one thousand men who have been idle for several months. An application has been received at the post ofllee department for the appointment of Miss Lizzie Nutt as postmaster of 1'iilmitown, Pa. She is a sister of young Nutt recently acquitted at Pittsburg on the charge of murdering Dukes. A report submitted to the Cincinnati chamber of commerce by Superintendent Newell shows that the whole number of hogs packed there the past year was :H'C,4"d. a decrease of "i0,'.Ml,i compared with the previous year. The Const didated Paper company, of Chicago, with liabilities of $"7,000. made an assignment to Harlan P. Trarv. It holds 0.000,000 pounds of w rapping paper, which will imt at present be thrown on the market. The 1' idled States Brcwers's association has rit'UCsted Its members tu make out lists of voters In their employ, ami also give the names uf those who have neglected Intake out natural feat ion papers. itev. Dr. Poms Chuke, an aged Congrcga- tiotialist. died Saturday in Boston. UYv. Dr. .1. S. Canlvvcll has resigned a pastorate in Massachusetts to lake charge of The Vnievral- ixt at hieago. Suits for criminal libel have Ikcii entered ugaiiisl the editors of the Ji'quibUfnii-Stuml'ml by It. II. Acklin and Lawrence Knot Is, mem lit is of the jurv that acoiilttcd Dukes, at I'nloii town, Pa. Ept rimeuts are Mug made In w York willi a ttlcphmie apparatus invented by a Michigan man. which it Is expected can be i utilized for talking across the ocean. Luke Blackhurn. i-x-govcnior uf Kentucky, i ahuiil hi establish at Louisville an asylum for inebriates and lunatics, the city having b ased a building fur the liihtltulinn. A deputation of Italians from New York placed a marble tablet over the tlnor nf the lmue at Clifton. L. I., w here (iarihaldi was in exile from t tu ls-Vt. The total production of iron and steel rails in this country last year was 1,.tbo,b'.M net tons,' a falling off of 'jo per cent compared with Ihe production nf 1hvJ. The cotton exchange of (ialvcston unani mously adopted resolutions urging Tcas con gressmen to oppose Ihe furlher coinage of sil ver dollars. The Kansas Cilv medical college, says the Jourmif, has sent forth sixteen vuung doctors and one dentist to experiment mi a til ie ted hu manity. The death of William Hayden, of Pab-rsoii, N. .1., from pneumonia, was followed in seven minutes hv that uf his wile from heart disease. Hon. Amos Morrill, ex judge of the Cultcd Slates court for the eastern district of Texas, tlied Vt dnesday at Austin of heart disease. The Bed river flood Is at a stand at Shreve port. For UXl miles above and Ih-Iow the city the river plantations arc overflowed. The coinage at the Philadelphia mint or February aggregated I, ITU. W0, of which UHMKK) w as standard silver dollars. A bill has passed the Hhodc Island legisla ture forbidding the location of a dramshop within -100 feet of a school-house. The city assessor of St. Louis has completed his report. It shows an increase lu the valua tion ainountfngto$'J0,700,0iN). The seventeenth annual convention of Ihe Woman's Suffrage association liegan at Wusl Ington, D. C, Tucsduv. (icn. It. H. Mackenzie is to be placed on the retired list, there being no doubt that he Is hopelessly insane. r Among other bequests, Hon. L. J. Knowles, of Mas-aehiiselts, gives 5,000 to Washburn college, Topcka. Hon. K. H. Funstnn's majority In the Sec ond Kunsas district, has reached 0,01',', and Is still growing. Hon. Kennctt Itaynor, solicitor of the treas ury, died at the National hotel, Washington, Wednesday. Dr. Robert Coleman, medical insjieetor of the confederate army of Northern Virginia, Is dead, aged 54. In the common pleas court at Philadelphia, Mrs. Carrie Kllgore was refused admission to the bar. Edward I). Payne, brother of the senatoB elect, died Wednesday at Cincinnati of par alysis. Lieutenant Sehmetze, of the Siberian expe dition, was given a reception at St. Louis Thursday. DetricK & Co., dealers in hags and twine at San Francisco, have failed. Liabilities IW0,-000. The strict prohibition bill passed the Iowa legislature and was signed by the governor. Two San Francisco women horsewhipped a hvwvcr because he snubbed tbem at a ball The Massachusetts state democratic conven tion will convene at Worcester April 30. The Rhode Island democratic state convoa Hon Is called for Wednesday, March 19. The remains of General Ord were Interred tn Oak Hill cemctcrv, Washington, D. C. Great dissatisfaction Is reported among the window glass blowers at Pittsburg. The Northern Pacific has purchased twelve locomotives at a cost of $129,880. Gcorgo.W. Brown, builder of New York city, has assigded. Liabilities 88,000. Tho Iowa republican state convention will convene at Dc Moines April 80. General James P. Morehead, ! dtlzeg of PtJtBhurif, f Is del, Ihimas' rijrhts iti realized !?Hio,tK)t. Cliican mortality lat week was 201 against 17Uin Ikh;!.' There are submarine telegraph cables now at work. Five suicides a day was the average in New York last week. Of the .L'.'J7-',0tn sent abroad to dale Ibis year, SlMjiIUHHI was in silver. eSnsitur rhilettis Sawver, of Wiseon sin, has property valued at .;,Olj0,(jX). The largest Ilax oil mill in the world is being creeled in Sioux Cilv. Iowa. A (Johlsboro, N.C., man is collecting i peck of niekles as a penalty for a lost het. New York hasa live-tliousand-jrullou water-tank on wheels in the dry goods district. An Inlifnaiional Imposition will he opened at Huda-I'esth, Hungary, on .May I, IKHo. A factory with facilities for making UHU'iMi wooden dishes per day is to he erected in t hattanooga, I enn. . If the railroad travel of the United States were equally apportioned, ev erybody would have ridden 114 miles. In a Chinese city when a man goes out after dark lie carries a paper lan tern with his name ami address upon it. New York has lO.tliH) cigar makers, and the aggregate amount of wages gained by them last year was smoo, nto. Credulous people in New Knglatid are still searching for the treasure sup posed to have been buried bv Captain Kidd. H. H. IMant, the leading railway ami steamboat manager in Florida, is put down by Henry AV. (irady as worth j .lll.(MMIJHH. The will of Kahili (r. Sellew, of New J ork, is to be contested because it gives si.zikmhiu to ins nephew, and lisinherits ms brothers aim sisters. Kight hundred rag dealers gather ?7f)iJMM) worth of rags annually in New York. The cotton rag tind of the United States is worth ?J2.0hi.ihm) per ami u in. A statue of Apollo, which is said to lie a line one, was found recently in Rome outside Ihe I'orta San Lorenzo. The height is one metre and eighty centimetres. A weddintr parly of thirty-live nion. women and children was crossing the River Thciss. in Hungary, about three weeks ago, when the iee suddenly broke under them and the entire com pany, without: exception, was drowned. The part of 'Hamlet'1 was played in a St. Petersburg theater two weeks airo bv a yotmi; Armenian actor named Admiani, who spoke his native lan guage. Russian actors, as a rub1, an adepts in foreign tongues, but Admi ani out them to confusion. The cheapness of maize, according to the PkII Mull iinsstU lias lately made lhat article very eocriuniical feed for horses and stock. The London (ieneral Omnibus company consumed in. -lKt tons of maize during the last half year, and only 27 Ions of oats. Near Itudtdfshehu, in Austria, an entire family, consisting ot a father, mother and three children, was suflb eated to death recently through some fault in the draught of the stove. Two 4 if them were alive when found, but all attempts tu rcMore lliein to con.ciotts ness failed. The mortality iu twenty large Kng Hsh towns averaged during a recent week I'd.:) per Limit. Derby and Car dilT made the best showing, their per cent am beinir IU. That of Liverpool was 111, lhat of London ', thai of Man chester and that of Ldinour Oldham's was the highest, The Secret of Their Unusual Vigor Explained and Uow It con be Acquired. There, was something about tho sturdy vigor of former generations that challenges the admiration of every man, w oman and child. The were no epicures those ancient fathers. They lived simply, und successfully met and overcome dilliculties that would havo discouraged this ago and generation. The rigors of tho frontier were supple mented by tho savages; wild beasts threatened their enterprise und pov erty was ft common companion. Yet they bravely encountered and resisted all those things and laid the founda tions of a land whoso blessings wo now enjoy. Their constitutions were strong: their health unsurpassed and yet they were forced to expose themselves con tinually. Thero certainly must have been some good and adeipiate cause for all this and for the physical su periority of that age over the present. It is well known to everyone con versant with the history of that lime that certain home compounds of strengthening iiualilies were used al most universally by those pioneers. The malarial evils and exposures to which they were subjected necessi tated this. When their bodies become chilled by cold or debilitated by Ihe damp mists of a new country they were forced to counteract it by the use of antidotes. Medicines wefe few in those davs, and doctors almost un known. Hence the preparations above referred to. From among the number, all of which were compounded upon the same general principle, one was found to he more cllicicnt aud hence far more popular than all the rest. It was well known through the middle and western states and was acknowl edged as the best preparation for ma larial disorders and general debility then known. The recipe for. eoni- jiouiuling this valuable article was handed down from one family -and generation to another, was known to the Harrison family and is used as the basis and general formula for the pres ent. "Tippecanoe," the name being siiirgcstcd bv the battle in which (ien eral Harrison was engaged. The man ufacturers have thoit-ughly invested this subject iu its minutest details, and are certain that for mal-assimila-tion of food, dyspepsia, tired feelings, general debility, prostrations, malarial disorders and humors in the blood, nothing can exceed in value "Tippe canoe,' which was the medicine of our forefathers and seems destined lo be the most popular preparation of the day. "Tippecanoe" is prepared and given to the public by Messrs. H. II. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y., proprietors of the famous Warner's Safe Cure, which is now the most extensively used of any American medicine. The well known standing of this house is a sulli- cicnt guarantee of the purity and power ot this preparation which seeks to banish one of the greatest banes of the nineteenth century mal-ussimil-ation of fond. Any one who experi ences trouble of digestion; who feels less vigor than formerly: whose sys tem has unquestionably "run down" and who realizes the necessity of sonic strengthening ionic cannot all'ord to permit sii'-li symptoms to continue. If the fanner finds that his thrashing machine does not separate the grain from the straw he realizes that some thing is wrong and tries to repair the machine. When the food does not sus tain the life; when it fails to make blond; when it causes the energy to de part and ambition to die, it is a certain sign that something is wrong and that Ihe human machine needs reparing. It is not a ipiestion nf choice; it is a question of duty. You must attend to your health or your sickness and noth ing will sooner mei-conic these evils than "Tippecanoe," the medicine of Mrs, Brown ou "Social Trestle What is my opinion on social pres tige? Social prestige is a good thing to have in the family. shall not deal with that social prestige which comes of long acquaintance, but that Which is new, und which may be termed a "good seud-ofl'.M I know of one occa sion, when 1 visited a certain summer resort, going thero unknown except to one or two persons. It so happened that one of these was an ex-governor of the state, but I did not see him until a day or two after my arrival. I met several persons, but w as merely bowed lo. When tne coventor retmneu l took dinner al his table w ith several distinguished persons and thereafter if 1 were not one oi the lionesses ut mat resort, it was only because I Until t want to be. On another occasion, 1 know of a young man who attended a fashionable church as u stranger, and he remained iu that condition without, as far as he knew, a single person ask ing who he was or caring to know. One day. however, he accompanied one of Ihe prominent ladies of Ihe church to her pew, and therefore no end of questions came in as to who ami what he was and so lortn. iNow. I don't object to Ihfs making of social prestige, because an objection could not be sustained, but it docs seem to me that merit should be reconi.cd without having some one of intlucncc to boost it into prominence. The trouble is that the average run of peo ple are afraid to tako up any person or idea or new thing, until some one ot po sition has set the stakes and then thev follow like so many sheep. It does not speak well for Ihe mass of people, but custom has almost made it a vir tue. Mt rrmnt TntViUr. "I'kicki.t Asn Ritteiis" Is an unfnillnu; spc cltie for 1 1 complaints arising from a denirure tnetitof the functions of the Liver. It purities the blond und lnfnsi new life into flit' fttvnlid. Pains In the side, "eiiend unc-iilncss. 1o.sk of iipl'dite, hentlHehe, bilious attack, tfce., tVc, are Mire llidieatinns that ii corrective Is needed. "I'Klt Kl.v Asll iliTTKlfs" is eaiH'eiiillv inhihteil fur thene euniplniiils. t arouses a torpid liver li actiun ana restores it to a heuiuiy condition, have'-MMI B1WERS Ilu majority vftht ilti of Of human tody uri from a drangmcni of Uf Liver, affecting both UMBtomaihani towel in order to offeot a euro, II ll H.Mttary to remove tho ytUM. Irregw lar ant BluggUh action of tho Boicetr, Eeadaeho.SUkneitat tho Stom(teh,Patn in tho Hark and Lotn,otc.,tndicato thai tho UvorU at ftlult,and tliatnaturore quires atHotance to enable this organ fo tlirow offimpurlttt. prickly At IHtterswo?iofHv compounded for thlapurf on. Theyart mild in their action anil rtfVrflH) a$ a cure i are pleasant to the tain Andtekcn entity by both children and ctt.'nf If To hen according to directions, they are a eafe and pteaeant euro for Dyspel9f n. General Debility, IInliltii.il Cou. mipatloD, llpi.accJ MkUicyu, etc., etc. -difllllooil I"uriHur I'"i are superior to any otlur wctllcinei elncmln; the rystcm thoroughly, ani imparting new llfeandentryy to theinm i!tii. It tea medicine aiul not an tutoxlcatlaic bctera-je. AS( (DDI DRDQQIST ft I FSISSIT ASH (OTiSS, rwcKU ash tnm console raOTrras 0L IoiUJ tiid tfanw City, tltfc T MUSICAL WONDER. Stir. A H WnntlOtlO H., DR. HENDERSON, , ESTSE IS jri-.ir. piwwr- UO. I U Id CiiictiTk ArrttuwiHci trr thfl tstiitQ (0 Ire Clirnpic, Nervuat n.l IT.w Ul earn: Ailhmt K1lenf. Ittiuiimi11m. Pile, '1 nne-worm, Urinary mil iitfo iift), bKM'AL UKHIUIT ' cunxi, fco tojurtiw nwmkin.1 V"" frvin bntlnfM. All inwlicnw ton.iMw.-wn , w patients tt tlirtanoa. Consul wi Ion in ami " lint-call or write. Aw nwl eiperiema r lHiptrtiMlt A BOOK for both wxf-iilusiraU'd-ftixJ el'V-Hir m oilierthinffcnleAkdforlwoW.Mmr. Mr Mweuiu iSDuwopiu. Uoun:iia.m.Ui;i.nL-Sauaijiii Wu- mm DR. FOOTE'S original methods IIIT1 I'VPiv1 Mailt; Nw ultliimt ilim- ' UL1J hi tO i,.rj, mi-.lUlnr or !..... II ft II T RI1Pll'llRP,:"n'',H" "" n U 111 u 11 Ul 1 UlllJ ,1,11,11111"! ml' DUTMTIQ I Curi'tl willuiut rullini;; rDllllUulU nc . i,:,inl,'.. infr, nr,'. K'T'DUIl 11 ? infinity, t tf., niuerii hJjllV U U 0 rntionnllriMliiii ul. A,wrDr.E,B.F00TEi7i,N.Y.City. il ( Five pamiililrti Hlp.each.) a luf.oi.bKSTMIllHi v'K iNTiimvom.n j P 9 . . . . . aiLiilIIU CELEBRATED EVE WATE Til l iirtirii' is n rnn- j "M " e .' . cIhii'h prr'rlintim. ml ha lf ' ii'"Miini use ff m-:-rlv u et-ni ui v.niol tmltt lil.Hiin.UnKlhe many other ni,'mi.ill..iiMliiillio' l..'.iiliiir.'lM,r.lii.1ti.hemiiK i tho .! i-f iiliHi'l''lsfit'Miiiii y liit'reaitVi. If (liMii;tiii'nilH'Mieiitit ati.iiiijf tSklaiiititiHni!rli Joti.i L.. TltniMi i, ;-..n- tr l o., 1 rov, H. i . IRE FITS!. tmJ Mi-1 r,,l i-uic. 1 i't" Hi' rr I'.tl.l.INU SU'Bn tcru'ilv M P'l-i' III" f. li.'il Mli-i l-r i -.ii i, I nn'.ii n i ,i'H- 1 1 i ll's. i;i n.i:rr ,; '!;ntv. I van But ntf Itui'iuitO (.lurli tri rMns; iirilin. fTnl ft l.'ll.i ft ny Itilalllliia Ollrt:. ll f 'MJ JiiU ilvHrl Ft..wYorl;. i.cTtxr-i. r-nHnji. n-,ni TATlt U!AM, IIP. Mil THIS" I MIII.MI'. - ! i 'I.I. WirnUiU 1 J0ifc AlUlie ! . .it.l...,'r.ftli)rta I'itakl milvnMiTi i wilt grj liiM.lllMriA. k. V.' THIS WflW The Tuseulotisu. Alii., viirn mill: spindleK ruunfiiLr. If there ever was n opectflc for nnv one coin iilatnt then I'lirtrr'ii Little Liver are a mic- citlc for sick headaehi', ami everv wmnan shuiiiil know thU. ihov are nut onlv n imsitivi hut a pure preventive If taken when the nji pruiieh Is felt. Carter's Little Liver rill net tlireetly on the liver ami bile, and tn this ivnv remove the niuse of dUease without llrt niiik itiu' yiu sfeli hy a weakeufnt; nurije. If you try tht in yull Will not In! di-iiip pointed. riles! TIIps! Hies! Sure cure fur Hlind, Uleedim; ami Itching Tiles. One In it hat eured the worst vim-n nf ".'0 years hindinir. X one need HiflVr live miiiutes' alter u-mi; WilHam'ji Indian Pile (li'itimnt. It atisiijl--. tiimor, allays Ilehln.l, net- as ii putiltiee, irive.s Instant relief. Pre pared unK fur oil- s Itehim: ol private parts li.'thlntri-Ui-. Mailed fur si. t'iiv.M;ii Mkhii ini: Co., CU-vcland, Ohio. 6i?Piano & Organ, a in mi ner lint pei-HiTis who Intra Imtl no In- (Irent Kxclteinent. The label mi every hottle of the ijcimlnft Al len's "Iron Toiife iiltiT," hears the Hrnaltiro of . I. p. Allen, St. lMt:l, Minn. This' is the article that has eau.-ed si nun ll exelteincnt, on aeeount uf the treat eure it has pcrforined un peri-uns hiilferim: fur vears with Dvspepsla, I'urpfdltyof the Liver und Impurities of the Hlood. tlio past u safe . ami u tianinti't' future1. uai'il tor t hi f ht-allli 1'opuhiv Science. ; tin- vour ls:t tin- jiresent fur tbo Sit'llli'll: 'I h Exhibition f Tiwbiy. The lirst iw. fairs wens inter nut tonal. I'rincu Albert is rrcditi'il with having snrsleil the jfrcul ex position whit'li was held in London. was tin- J-xpnsitioii ut fans m Since then the tendoiiev h:is been to ward special fairs, international, it is true, hut ennlined to a certain class of articles. Hence, wo have had electric and fishery exhibitions, cotton fairs, such as tliat al Louisville; railroad material fairs, like the really remark able one held in Chicago, and at last accounts there is under wavjn London a Marine and Mechanical frnrinccrihg and Metal Trades Exhibition. Some interesting statistics have recently been published about the importance of the iron and steel manufacture in lireat Britain. It seems that the exports of iron and steel amounted to over .t2(Kt,()(),(HlU. The exhibition ii tended to illustrate the "'"antic engineering trade typilied in these extraordinary thrure.s. It dos sc with regard to the branches of ininino;, metallurgy, casting, t rging, rolling, hydraulics, pneumatics, workshop tools, railway and tramway work, bridge, roof, and girder work; electri cal, telegraph anil sanitary engineer ing; machinery lor the treatment of raw produce, and marine, and military engineering, i hesu special expositions are now being fretpiently held in diller ent parts of tho civilized world, and they are great educational agencies for the spread ot technical Knowledge. A comparison of similar projects from rival nations stimulates a wholesome competition in tho production of the best and cheapest articles. IkmonsVs Monthly. The Life of Seeds. The following! table gives the dura tion of the germinating power of the various seeds: u hen vim vlelt or leave New York City save H -ir ie. Express 'tie and C.irriaire Hire, nml etop at CUWlirNloN HOTEL, oppuMle (iiand Central Defo . (KHI elegant rooms, tilted ii at a cost of imi! million dollars, re tin 'e d to $' und upward peajday. European I'hiti Klevttor. Het.t an rant Mipplied with th it-r-t. Horse earn, ht aired nud elevated r .iliuads to all depots. Families ean live hct ler fnr less money tit the (ir.tnd Union Hotel th.Mi at ii y ot Iter li rut -el ass hotel In the city. roi' TIlATTl'ltltlllliK COLM of eonsiiiii) iuii foinnierifi'H with a . --Kververice ciimti, ttrt'ft' finii' tl liy liavimr taken cultt, whirh if itlluwrd to run it- euiirsi' will r-ni'ii wurk ils way ititu tlie nir iinssiiueh inn! l hen lot m iiiil's. ll nut ele-ek'H hy oi'iue Mieh vidimltle eoiiidi remedy iih Kii-Kii'i'i hXTU.M T Of I Alt AND WILD UKUHY. Whiell w imrivull'-d for nil dineiiKu uf thti tltnuit mid limLf. Save tlamiemiiH hih'IIh of hiekntH anil exp'-nsive tliielur'it hills hy liikimr thiw valuable mt uiein;1 m feaMiii. ahu yuur uriij-Kiwi ittr u. Seed. Venn. Seed. Yearn. Artichoke, good for. .5 Lettuce fi AspaniffUB 4 Maize.... 2 Bussella 3 Melon 5 Biittll Muntanl 8 Beans, parden fi Nasturtium 5 Beans, French. . .'2 to A Onions . . , ii to 3 Beet ft Okra 1 Burnet 3 l'arsnlp 2 Cabha-rc 5 Parsley B enrduon 7 Fens 4 to a Carrot 7 Pepper tt Cauliflower 5 Potatoes..! 8 Celerv 7 Pcnsnllne 5 Cbcrril 2 Kudlsh 5 Chicory ,..8 Hampton 4 CornBtdad 4 Khuharb 6 Cress, garden 5 Salsafy 5 Cress, water 4 Savory 1 Cucumber. B 8arcorus..... 8 Dandelion. I Horrell B E(rir Plant 7 Spinach 5 Kudlve.. R Strawberry 8 I Fenuel fi Thyme 3 to 8 (jounls 5 Tomato 5 Leeks 2 Turnips 2 Ihiriu Itndliers litteil. or eonmii'lieeil to lit the olirtric lilit in twcnt steamships Ihe fotal number nf lamp wa over -l.iKii), or more than $K pel' vessel on the avoraire. Caiuille Kliinniiarinii, the well-known French astronomer anil nietooroloinst joins his authuritv to the theory which explains the red sunsets by the jrreal voleante eruptions in ami around Javii Tlie place now bein taken by stc plates and anirles in the lintish nianu- iaetures is shown bv the fact that. whereas in lHT'.l the sleel-built vessel on the Civile amounted in onlv IH.ihhi tons, iu 1SS2 thev reached lus.'JM, ami iu Lsh;1 l-J'i.tiol. out of a total nf liiiiooii tons. It, says Dr. inntskt. the avera temperature of non-smokers were ret resented by I.IHH), that of moderate smokers would be I.OUK, and while Ihe heart in the former case was making I ooo pulsations, iu the latter it would beat 1.10 times. If is to the latter ell'ect, lie thinks, that the danger of tobacco smokiiitr is due. Some of the mines from which the inhabitants of hruHnml in the sloiic aire obtained Hint for their weapon: ami implements may still be traced Their ure is estimated bv Mr. S. ). IV Skertebly to be no) less than -l.tdiO year Luminous ereatnres are probably mud) more numerous than isjxeneraliy supposed. Aeeordinto IVofessor V. t'ollinwood, every class of animals except that of birds includes represen tatives which, under certain circum stances and conditions, have been proved capable of giving out light. Mons. Kriehsen, of Copenhagen, has produced from asbestos an enamel for walls, pipes, ete., which resists the ac tion of tire, water, frost and oxygen. The coating material is prepared by powdering the asbestos and mixing it with soluble salts such as silicate, of potash and mineral or other colors which properly combine with silicic acid. For irnnding circular saws, M. Du- gonsjon, of Paris, replaces grindstones by disks cast with a v groovo on the. periphery lined in lead. I'tiiven.eu tlints or (piartzose sand and water are allowed to drop during the operation of grinding, which is thus accom plished more speedily and consequent ly more economically than the usual process with grindstones. There is now holng made at a Liver- ool sugar works tlie largest boring litherto attempted by a single bit. The upper part of the bore is two feet ten inches in diameter, reducing to two feet six inches, at which diameter it is proposed to drill to a depth of 1,000 feet; or through tho red nand stone. Tho cast-stuel boring appliances weigh one and n half tons. A Hut hemp rope sets the drills in motion. For a cold in the head, there Is nothing so good as Plso's Kemedy for Catarrh. The sua holds 60,000,000,000,000 tons of salt. Should tho sea bo dried up there would be a deposit of Bait over the entire Imtlom 430 feet deep, and If the salt were spread on the land It would cover H wo iect deep. PurtCod'LivorOH mnde from selected ltvftrs, on the soa-ahore, by Caswell, Hazard, A Co., flaw York. It it abftolQtaly Dors and bwrpL Fntlents who tuvro onco taken ft prefer It to all others. Physicians have decided it superior to (my outer uuo 111 uii nm,, I inn nnn-bi'llcvcr lu Patent Medicine?, hut liiivinir rx'u ni'titvil iniirlit d rrliff from Nasal Ciiturrti ;iim1 hnarrin .is hy the use of Fly's Crram U;i!m, 1 ran reeonmirud it to those nlTiriir: frniii I hi p. lniitliMiiiit' ininjihilnt ami to tliusi- alllit ii tl w itli lnmi M iu'ss or stiiiai;i of the tlimut mi iiniiMViinr to shmrr ami elerny iiit n. I.ocisr, I. lini.i.ii's, H'.'S N. Y. Ave., N. V,, Wahinirtnii. II. C. (Price Wci-nts.) tlifl iut ( fi'il'irtiiiUL- uiu mj, itilpr fiw inlnm.M nlmTvatn-n, j.Kiy n iic of raiwifl unmi 1'iunn, oriMti, r nny iiiMtiiinent lumns n krr-t-onl. Tim tiuiv nvem In lie inmilihU-, bill for jiroof Hint ll i BiTi)iri!i-liVi it h onW ind'vmiry to jnoetirpft It-w pitw ut music printi-ii in ticfU'ilanct with Mr IMI on yti,tn Thenrriiiici'DitH.t of lln tmtPH in n nimjile ftml o pwiIt romiiri'lii'inli"! tlisl ftii nlnl'l nf ni'liintty inU'lli'Iflicc rnn nt Otii-n umliTftiiii'l tlif wlioli" ) -l--iil, mi. I i.!av nnv ( IKp jm-j-hIhi uir- t.v nn or Hclit, wilh ota STI IV, IMtKVIOI'S Pit A( Tt( 'ir tnimti-HllMlt'til i.i. (',. nf Mu-ii- )iv iiiiI1.ini Aii- drt-M CIIAS, A. filTl lir.I.L, 513 Klui st SI. LouU, Mo. . rf:vni tmilN ;YTKEEflttl OS! "IB. A Spociflc for l:i!!l.l:lsv- i? Kris.'s-r.v'iTi: ; Ilili.lsJI, IU'll'M t:TIXfl, kii itiiriu, u i vi; s i: v i r, IT.1.V 11I.OOU IHSFASI'.K, 1 YS IT. I'd i A, NrHYOlNNKaM, C!( Ii HKMIAI IIU 11! ATISM, :i:i;vor. w j: a k n i:hs, NKIIVIH ' PIMISTIIATHIN, lll.dlMIIIMtKS IIIMnl'NNEKH, rilHTIVKSiKKM, lilllSLJ J 1IOL lll.KS and all IK1IEUIII.A II I J ll 4. fir 1.50 PEn BOTTLE XT lmrGMffTS. JtJ ile Dr. S. 1, Riflunom MtJ. Co., Prop., St. Joseph, Mo. Correspondence Iretty answered 1'liy.l, hina. (66) ARE YOU RUPTURED?" P" ELASTIC TRUSS e V;Tt rr--WHli;ts a l'utl tliilrrent frum all -id-'Pi' .-J am. nir. bIioho. with Botf. li SCNSlBLri' tOfi XI muse M 3 AdjustlnK Iln.il 1 n center, wUpta I ItscirtoullrKiiltiniiof UipUmIV iwiiiio-llm ball In tho ctip presses dqck mo inToa- rinna multti thn f incur- Wltfi lluhL UH il.iiti. ll isi'x-v.ilni-nlitc nml rhrni!. Hunt by -nail. CiP cularafrti.'. LUUSTU!! TKlSIt I'U., tiki, UL IT. 23 7V AHDI IV i' will nnv Hit' nlmvfl rt'ivniil for sny rnup ot ItlirnnifillHiii nr N'i-iini!ln wecnnii-'t t-urn It will rclti'vr utiv r;iic nf I)i.tlnTin "r Cnniii liihinnl lv. Anny mill Nsivv Unlim-nl will rt'lli'vc nnln und (Hirriu'Kc nml vt'iiinvi' nnv iiniiaiiir;il cnuvtli f Imiii' tr tntisflt' mi m:ui ..r liciiM. 'rl v- :t luil tit-, liu-jif i IK); Miinii rit Will ci'imut tin- nn.iirv fur nny litiltiri'. KII Y AMI .WW l.IMM l-.ST , M kI'iimIi A vr., lilcat". i:ii h:inlMiii A: ('., Wliutcanlo IlniKKl"!". St. huiils, Mu.. Wt'KK-iii AkhiiIb. $25.00 G0I1S11P' llura u no-iUv.i M-!,! ,1V li.r tin) Uiu ttimiS'iTiilH trf t'lix'') of I ho worst kind and of Innij (tniidltii'lirt-olii'cn i-m'i'tl. Iinli'Cil.tiiii-trimK In mvfnltn iti itsfinrniT, tlmL I will Mi-nil TWO llinTl.KSKItKK.t.) pottiTwIIti uVAl.l'i:i.K Tl.KATlflKoii this dlKHiM.tO ui'tUUuicr. uivo h ti-imi 101. tlinL-iiHo; Dv its il and of Inn it ml r. O. t DIt. T. A. bLUCLU, i,tmlbv.,N(iwToik. HOW TOWIV AT r AliOS, PTCE, Ac, A M'ltrTIIl.TC! K(:it Vrvn tn X. niiiirtiiru nml rett . ..mini mi no iki t'Tury an icio umtp tiiimiinrliiic Iraiurulty OiWIH will I uum. i f chum-, tiimd f.ir niiini t DIUl ll I .-IlT.ir Al,lr..a.V it. fil VlllC tiimHiJ Auiiii jH.-t-tt, ftew .erk Utjl face soon ,. S1I.K I I I.TIIHK. FOIIKST Tlli:i:S, TAJIK llll.VSSKS, I'tr., nil, I -"il-. ruclii't KIHSIAV .1ll'l.l'.i:KUVs I sunt on rcrriut . K. UAILVKK. NuU-lilntiiii.Kiuiii. HAVE VOU HERNIA? tg2fcC "Commercial block," S. W. Cur. II tit & Main Sli. Dr.G. W. FITZPATRICK. 1 WWy!itnI.itl(i;t.,KAN-ABCiTY,Mo. inainnil insi-ascsor EYE AND EAR. KrrpK Anlllcbl i:yi-n. Luriiteil Ifiyrn WIIKN lIOItSMSANDC.Vm.Knro Rnlritlen. fcniciry nml fit'hl'', tln'V mn'tl Iri'iitmcnt willi l ncii- rtiim i (iiiiiiinni mwiii-r. it imrimn mo Mniitf, jmprovcH tlie nii'tito, t'-innt coi.ds mid liisTKMri-.liM, invii;nr;iti l!it-fjti ni ami will ket-p tin' aiiiiual in u lit-nltliy. li;inliui rimtlitinn. 1)U.vinchhij;h 'ri:t:TmN(i hyhup ih jtiRt thn nn tlieini- fur iiinlln'n tn have in Ihe himsefur tlie eliiltlri'ii. ll will t-un fi)lis, enltW, ttoro tiiriuit ami riTiilitli 1ln hnwi'lrt, Dn nH fail tit (-ivti it h trial, fu will hi' pli'iin-il with itHclmrm iiigt llcft. Hi'lil liy nil ilriiorirtU. Tin' Chinese nnit irn, mill nil Ann'rleaiiii r-li-'iilil Tn- nml liny a htittlc T Carhtilinc, the hnir rt iit'ivt-r, nn ni'i:iratlnn ever hail snt li a Kilt-nr jrnvf Mu-ii p'lirial hiitiffnt'titiu nn Citr holinc. St lt I hv (Irn-rnifili. Itrtiwu'R Kroni'lilnl Trnches will relieve Bron chi I is, AM hum, t ainrrh, CniiMiinptltiti and llimat Lnm'iim-x, ltiinir imtl atmi; with liml smct'its. lift eta il ImX. l'i"ii Tnif. The Army anil Navy Liniment will nitivelv lake the (turi'iu-su out'of Si:ivin, liinirltntie, splint or Curh, and etois tln-lr (,rroHth. Soc utivcrliBcincnt Thr t i:lv jiu-ii I v biiiI hnfci tiri' on enrth fur lterii'ln ur Kuiniirc, ll-ti(lrl''l;ii' Klftji tilR Eoft 11.(1 rilliNT Sl'lUMi T mi. A nrw Invention. A nt-w tmirt's S tmt-k jprluij olnJnrcnil wurry ymi, Mit tlltrt t urt'c'iirf tn rnmt, over thr rtinturc, whrri- ymi wsnt It. Our PhiI t. Boft I'iitl, nml It m tnti) ni rv llnlc IntcmiK-i-. miiklng ft iurr relnlnt-r uu'lor AI.Ii t-Iri'uiiistajici-i". Vt'r; euro by Irrlt Alton, thr I'ml -'unl timing n i:iiiiiih-ti Kicci rlo Unite ry whlrh, rlinc f mm itn- nauir:tl lu nt uf lha body. ''Ir up a K'tit)t2 anil ciinitniu in tint km. crndu tlly cloilng tht- imrtN. wlilcli thrn h'.'Hl liy mllii'Mi'li. Com i' nml sec n. I'oniniltatinn nnA "xrnii!nntlui f ie. Ft-ml for prititrd nuitrr. DUS. (I'll ;1KN & Jlli.s'. DltlUKS, Weal Mnlti St., KnntuiClty, Mo. SECURE HEALTHY ACTION liy taklucr IVrlBht'ii liidlnii Ycgetnble PI lis, which elcimiio tho Iiowols, purity tho, Illuol, uiul 1y currylnn off nil obstructions soeuro healthy mid ii;oruus ni'tlon to tho Llvor. E. FERRETT, Agent, 511 1-carl St., Tievr Tfork. 1 nil I il---nl )!-,:,-i.Un.-'l.iv is. :-.,-.,ill.,i Mo t.tHI'Ml-: ,c Ll rtrlr.UM , l ' i' ii i" .1 1 1 i , Mlll'rl !.y i.ollPK'ft !: . 7 W (". Mi. Min r, Midi. Y R 1! I'S ;lMi;,VKV: run, MinwlK, inrtMca, lie nuiv. fccrnl for prices. CMC El: Lcirn TELE GRAPHY f;.!:,,; Mi illllllMlt. , p')Nl- :c. Mi-.W. (M'ajnt!, :llltOW 1, luwn, Aciil'.M.iiliii'iK. Tti'iMim. lilOM' cliant-u tvci ii:crL-U. Ad.J.).ltiiuw.(Mr.thvtlaUn,Mu. in Ti-leiri'iipliy lii'ro il wv v, 'i,i:hi' yi-ii iiclitiailnii. mm: V-Lou , .fimi tvillc, WlL YOUNG MEN!;, (jimiinrit fitr. Vai.k: Pau!ts,oils,;;,-: i u'.i!..';'mM;:'! f,4l-!S0'l .lour- A . M i Iidv a i, n.lCn, li- inui Tfttrl rl. ii1t.ru In nil TaIM i:i-h' Matkuialh, liin Hi Ijiwurc S:.,li.i.ina OHy I! i v. Ki.-vn. ni"iiiK' ' Ii, p.r )li . I'ill) if n.HfAtoV r'0R.CTAl!;tl i rl:.lt run'. No-1 10 ivc. TlirF i for Told Ih.y I i-ver, Ac i:. T II INK, Warren, 10. ' W. N. C.-K. ( :i(i7. No. II. "J In iippl viin; tn nnv uf Hie ahovo utlver tUcih tin nut, hiryt-t tn hjiv you .saw tho adver tisement, fnthls pmiiT. VCKIFYTIIK m.OOl) with KllcrtV DiiyHulit Liver I'illn. They m-t tlireetly m thn Liver, Hliiiiiiit'li uml Itiitt'-l" lieinu miltl uml clt'iniKiug hut never h'ritiiuK or tminful. HAVK YOUll HAHNKSS- hy oilinn with Uncle BiiinV iliirnesH (lil wliit-li will niuke il mift iititl iilialile. Tliiw in Uh'Ih-wI oil ever ninth' fur leatlicr. B'lhl hy all hariiepH makers. lllKUMATlHM,NKUIlAL(aA.HPllAINH and II li ih km are perinniiently relieved hy Unele Hnm's Nt-rvcantt llune Liniment. Holt! hy nil dniKKiHta. UH. JAQUKHdKltMAN WtlltM CAKK8 never fnil tt) tlilniy wurmHuiid reuitivethciu from iho sjwtem. BniiRh on CoiiBhi," IV., 25t, S0c., At DrilR gisi.1. Cum-ilt-lc rurt' LitiiKti". llunrBi'iii'us, borcTtiruHt. annoying Khhiuy uml Uriaury 1Mii-uci. 11. Western Mutual Aid Society, (I'llANK llll'KKIt, dify. P. M. C'ASADV, Tiws. J. O. MAIIANA, IT.) Des Moines, Iowa. It Inn Imntl of inrin1trn lmninl Injfi-lht-r hy the Ninmp'M lli-.-n.ninum tntfrmt -whore nil havr entml rlclilt mill rivilt'i:i-N; in Kiililzetl fur Ihe tli iiyt' uf nWlltiu- nue it not Iut III -hm. rtlii t li oi-ohl nir. Then nrr no Murk Imlilrrs m nli8trh the iimlltn: inHlivhlnnls to he tlet-lnre I Ita ulilrui li toulTurili'i'oiiiijriu.s yuii tiik family un Khi AiK, luuuue uf Uruili, hy iutIiU'UL uruthtirwUt;, al AOTTTAIj oost, ThrfollowlnpHirtirni'hfiW wtmt linn tirrn llie avrrnprTPtirlv rout for WJ.OOO Pimt ! Ion, for three yrnrit tn the Wkmtkiis Mt Ti .u, A n SneiKrv, InclinlhiK utiuuul iliim; nlo wliut ll wuiild hiivti runt In tiiKAi'K.tT oi.n Link ,. l.MjniAXeKCO. " -l l " no l o, hi r. Ul " " ri no u.1.70 wim Circl(lManrfJrm(lytcWfAeScr FUA It. UlC'li. nn, Des Moinf.s, low. Western Mutual Aid Society. Momlici'N lVoiu INIo III yeui-M ul' Ako WILBOE'S COMPOUND OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND LIME. Occasional doees Dr. San ford' 8 LIvfr Invlg orator wW) Jc?f p the llvor to pood order, stire, Chappfld Hindi, Faea, Pirn pit, and Krmsh Bkin, enrvd hy uitinK Junipeh Tau Hoap, mad- by Ca well, Hauhd, Co., New Jfork. Roaih an Rorni." 1M. AK fort s, Iisru or loft corns, warts, bunluni. Don't Bt to the Bona. "Rough on Rati,'' floifl out fi, iniSB. iVi fwVH0,Ji wn-""! To l onaiiiniitivra. M -iiy Hiitc hern liuiiv to -five their ti-ntiiniinv tn fnvnrof the use of "Il'iT bnr'x 'are Cwt-Urtr Oil and Lime." Kxpc rlenco hat A it 1 1 mm, Dlpiherta, ami all dUraM-iiof the Throat and i.uiikh. -iiaiiiiinriiin-ti oniy ny n. 11. n iluuh, uncm- ibi, iii-Biun, dinii uy on uruKKisi CATARRHEly'sCrcamEalm WFEVRlB ff4 when nppltcd by the finger Into tho noi trlli, will bo absorbed, effectually cleaning the head of catarrhal virus, causing healthy Ret-rctlons, It allays Inflnmmntton, protects die membrane of the nnnal pnasiiRi's from nilflltltniftl rultis, ctim pleirly heals the sores nml restores laatn ami S smell. A few appllca- turns relievo, a mnr nttfA treatment wilt ptinlUretifcure. Ap-eo-able lo use. Semi for circular. Price .".lets. It ll bymllortdruggiste. KLiY IJItOTlIKllM. Owonro, N. Y. hTTERS The want of a reli able diuretic which, while acting aa a stimulcntof (ho kfd- ners,neiibcrexcltca nor IrrliAtcs them, was Ions since sup piled by Iloatctteri Biumacti Bitters. This flno medicine exerts the rcqtilalie degree of stimula tion upon tlicso or- 5Hnn. wmiuut uiv n f I nir IrrltKtlon. ami is, iiiorcii're.mr belter adapted for man uir xcltauls often reiiortcd to. Dynpepila,fevfir and airiiv, and kindred diseaites, are all curcdtiyli. FtirnalB by all Dnnnjl"taniJ ueaiengt-ni-Taiij. A0ENT8 WANTED for the Best and Fastest-soiling Pictorial Book's and Bibles. Prices reduced 33 per cent f ATf0VALrvBHimi9V0i v Barnes' Wire Check Slower. Elovon Years Praotlcal Use In the Field. 'WOltltS ON ALL PL.A.ISTlJrif!i. Popular becnuae Hlmple and Kany t Operate. It has the lend with the Tralrrn and the Farmers, who have rendered an unanimous verdict that il ts ht best (JHtck Itmrt-r vwJe. The win don not ttos t r timiHnt, lku$ am a tilt HAT WEAR AM. M'JiAM ON Itfh H Ili K, and friction on the luilitryx, aid making a wire that Joes not criui Ui niatliuio uulwr Sev eral wires Uut do cross. CHAMBERS, BENNO, QUIHL1H CO , Exclusive Manufactiirora, DECATUR, ILLS. cLoora :k o::a;:i or mess. Onlv DoublRing Invented. Champion H:j RINGS AND HOLDER. ThennW "ing that will etTectualW keep hogs from rooting . No sharp points In the nnse. OnlvSinplertlntr th .i rA, mote. ' No sham tioitits In ihr . Onlv Rinjjlt Itinjrevrr invent ed tlim Clones on Outside of the Nose. i. wi:i:..t Wfll Cnm H; a Kt tbc ntlWlHilr t Ik. 1. r kPcp ii M,r. WUMOEBS. BESINC, 0UINUN CO , Exclusive H.rijlaclurerl, DECATUR. ILLS, GBMRlf KM TtoiAbeiV f SHREWD FARMERS AND ST0CKUEH V1" l. ' SHREWD FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Find it pays them to rIvo Undo Sam's OintHiion Pow der freely to tllMensed stock, nml occiwionnlly t nil; be cause tt purifies the blood, aids dines! ion, stimulates the various functions to healthy s-'crctlon, nml llms pro motes growth, and gives a smooth, glossy coat of liulr. MILC1T COH'S aromuelibonpfitetl by tho occa slonal use of Uncle barn's Condition l'owdur In slop or feed. mOOS fatten faster when It Is kItcii Ihreo or four days In succession every month or two. AWE BP. All diseases common to sheep, such as coughs, colds, scabs, etc., are relieved by this powder, 9Hf We caution nil whn dcntru a trulff wirrl ioriottg artirte to ho re itl auk for Vnrtc Bnm'S Cantlttton J'owdcr, and acetyl no other as a $ubatitute. , PREPARED ONLY BY THE EMMERT PROPRIETARY CO., - - CHICAGO, ILL. lAREKLi It Is a well-known fact that molt of the Iforse and Cattle Powder sold In this coun try Is worthless! that Sheridan' Condi tlon Powder Is absolutely purs and very valuable. Nothing on Earth will make hen lav Ilka Sheridan's Condition Powdeir, Dose, one tenspoonful to each pint of food. It will aim T B CHICKEN CHOLERA. m0,010 rwhc, onont by i.uf Vnivrtbll wiiy iihiiin, i- cenU In stamps. Also furnlihcd in Urn fi breeders use, price l.0O Djrmaii. i w. circulars tent FREE. I. 8. JOHNSON A CO.. iinnLon V Hwr-Sl