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THE WORLDAJ LARGE.
CONGRESSIONAL.
In th. wnatp (April i!) a x'!itt"U wns .n-Pellti-!
fri'ln riti7..-n. uf C-Uif,.rni;i, r.iyii)j f'T
an lm-mi ,if ttif duty on mi!H. A n-vlii-Uim
ww. ul.ipt.l tint tlio m-ritar,- .if w ar tn
iuirr an 1 re-mM tin value i.f all ranU to tin'
ktati' uf Michigan f.-r tin- l'ortaci' lake Khif
ranu.1, ntxl in what i-oii-litloii.. tliat wi.rk can U-t-uri-l.aM-.il.,
the L''Vi'r!iiii( nt for u fr.vwut.-r-nay.
lull, wen '.ai--.il uiltliurllui: a liriilci'
mer Un-I'lunl.. rh;i:.l riv.-r at N:ili L'rant
luir u j.ii-;..i t. tin-wiil.'W ,.Mi. ar A.lmiral
Mi-.ui;all. ami t.. ratifi a-,r. t nii-nl- ttjlhtlit
1 11.1.1:1-1 f,r tli"'ri:rlil i.f av f. t til.
Hal... la (Viural ml 1 Ik- ( liYai;.., Miluuiik...
ami N. I'.iiil r..a.N. . . .In tli- li.iu.i-. Mr. VY-ll.-r
i.l.j. . t.-il tin- .-,.ii-.i.l.-nili..ii of lln- hill tuantlmr.
lr tin. i-.-r,-t.iry ..f tl... tr.a.iin t-.inr.t law
ful III ;n il-..i-it, .1 t.y lia'loii'i! ti.mk. tn rt -tin-
lli.ir riiYiilautiir 11. it---- An ..r.l.-r a.
in-i.li- tli.it i v. niiiL' .1 .-inn. li- lit-1.1 fi-r L't-li.-ral
.l.-l.alt-nil tin- taritr hill. Tin- l. n-im api.r..-
I'riali m Mil a-.a'"nl. tlmam. ii.Iii.i ut l.v Mr.
tr.lll-fiT tl..- .lllti-'. nf n-II-i..ll
;.. ili-partni.-m ..1 tin- arniv hi--
The asstsur anil culleelor of Salt l.nki
I'.iuntv, L'tiili. Is a defaulter to the iitiit.iiiit uf
The Mealing of Al.ln.lt, the ili-iiiultini: Ma.
sat hu..-tts hank ea.hier. an ..ai.l t" ri aeh .",
(10. At I'aul.ti.. Minn., William l.af.-lut'i!;.r sin it
his wife while a-U-eji ami then i-lmt hini..-lf. pen.l..n
inn 01 nj.i-iaii.M-.. ....I- riiiui an". 0111 it.u,-,
kiile.l null other in a tlirlit 11. -ar Irviiiir. Ky.
Kx-tlty Treasurer Kranei. I. Smith, of liay
one. N. Y-, l . hort iutii. aeei.unts?tl.i"i.
l.i. . reran, t
aireiiU i. tli.
luir l.i-t.
In tie'- :;
provi-li- for -no in.
Ste. M.irft- fail, .-.in,
teet lii-liau r-.--r.,i
rulliiii: nf tiinl. r.
liltllri- nf 1 l;,. Ha.
the -.'r.iiitiee: i f p
, ril St. Mil, it. re l'.l-, 1 1..
ni.,i. ht nmtr.il ' I Hi" fault
an il tn Mli-l-uall. iinl to pm-r.a-i
-n. fi-nin tin- unlawful
A r. -.olulion l.v the l. i
pn -.entci. n-i nniiiii-n.liiiL'
iii--li. I.. :-ri-i.in r. i f ill.-
While tin- 1 l.-tim pu. unioiiia Ml!
im I' r ili-i--a---"ii. Mr. l',.l- ..ii.1 If l'n-
rieiiltiira'. li.-i'.irtm.-iit iv ml. I -I,.. Ml .-lliu;
.Vin.-n.-uii i-.i!'...- Hi, w-nulil i-iini,i,',r.- tinul.le
Willi lln- Imi-iii.-., Mr. Willi.iui. ilvhr.il
tl al, o' t.i. ..uii kn .w!i pit nr.. pill titn-.iiia
-l'-'l le tl.r iN-trirt "f ( 'iulul'i.i uii'l .eh:--
. In II..- l,..u-e, a ri-.i'lulmu wa.
11 til.- K:in-:i. ( "lit. -t'-.l 1 l.-i-ti Hi i-.i-i
t" Mr. I'.-t.-r... VVIi.n in e.-in
hit.
i-.-lil -1.1'
a.l...l.-.
CASUAL
The .team.-hip K. lialn-e. pp ile' I . tw eeli N, IV
York am! l.io .le .Ian. ir... wa. l...t ..If llal.ia.
Willi a enr.i nf eolfee. Her p.i-.eii;.-!-. ami
lliailii wi-re .avi-il. Am. .lie the .hipw rei ki il
lire Mini. ter O.hol lie. of Iti ail.
... severe i- the ilr.uith in ue-ti rn Tea..
that lar:;.- nuui'i'-r.. of e.i'.tle an- tlyinir for
want of water atel u'ra...
A. (i. Sliepher-l. a prominent l-uteher, nf
It. l.l. ii. 11.. (ell uti.ler a iiiovlin; fr. L-ht train
anlwa.. ki'l.il.
The Anieriiaii oak l.-atln-r tanu' iv i.tl'in
l itiuali w.i,- wip. .1 .-ut t.y lir.-. involving a 1....
y (im.iHNi.
Si-M'ii liri.-k huH.liliL'. at W'hiti .li-.ro. T.A.,
valueil at Jl 1.11 n 1. Were V, ipi il .-ut Pv tire.
ll.iuer iV l'.a.lerliiiu''ii exU'li.ive planin
at M'.llville. I'.!., wa. eoli.iuili-.l l.v lire.
'I'lie 'A a-liilr.-li.il I lonu. l mill at Smlli t
Iry. l'- !i:i.. w. re wipi .1 on: hy il.tmi
W.illil.-lil'.ille. A.l.llil- rnllll'i.-, (I., w:
tir.-ly e. .11-iitie .1 l.y ll .in. ..
I'l-ime. i-'.n.iime.l tniirl
Every eounty but l'ocaliotilas was represent
e. in the Iowa ileiiuii'rntie state eouvratloii.
The platform ileelares fur revenue anil tariff
reform. The ili leu".ite.at-lnra were mil In
s! ruetcel. t.ut are unanliiious for Tihlen.
A plank in tin' platform of the repilt'lleans
of New York th ehirii for an Inuneillate mis-
.fthe eninnireof the -.talulant tlvfr
l..ll.ir anil the ll.liu.tment of the eurreney In
tile .illL'le i.tallil.irl of jjolil.
(.'omplaliit. eoine from Daylon, ()., of Kraii
llieal treat ill. ut if ilisalile.l veterans by lien
eral M. II. I'jtriek. .'overiior of the Nathunil
Sohlier. home, ami the eltl.ens are elamorout,
for his reiiiovul.
The Dakota repul.lieilll. eleetell S. E. Nel
son ami l olinel .1. I., .lolly as ileh ilales to
( hieii'.-o ami iii.trin ti il Hu m In vote for lllnine
ami Lincoln while a pp 'liability of nomination,
r mains.
The seerel.iry of the California Airrieultural
soelely estimates the iirovlini: erop of wheat at
1.1 per e. nt more than last year, the only thlni;
to he feareil l einu' the north whels In the val-
l.-v-.
: mil
Ui.iill''-.lt W.-.-l
111. 11.
i.-.l 1 lie- :
"Il UlL't-il til
'1 Mr.
--tl.lle
l:.ll.:ill
-iiilil:ii.
HI1K.-I -I il,.
bill. Mr Ka
L'iV' U 1 ' tie-
striii-ti- 'i. .1:
HO'i-ptllu ':n
lire.
1" :!..- -. nate 1 April '.'I' a petit
'iite.l fi-.iii the -tate ..f M.iine. a-Hpi'r.-;
ria;:.'ii be itia-l-- in ai-1 of il, .
I "i-i'i 'ii at New 1 Irl.-.in.. A ,j-.:ii
r-i irii-t i- ti
int. Ill- be
:.i.-'..l .iL'-illi-:
...11 -I..- pr.
!iili-- that all
..ri.l'.-. v
: r. ".hiti-.ii
Tl,
1"
I..rm. .1 !
-. The
aii.l l'i
e rui
pl.-.l ..v.:
.uri :
iMU-e. at!
It II." of I !
pa
in I the
.Ill-tire
,1 ivl.,1-
was pa.-eii that the tw.
vr :iv "f nil'., ili'iL- a-l
.Mar-I.eil m, Ma-. I'l. I',:il. wri
il'L' t" li. -p.i-- .".li lli.il. in I.111 b.
f.-r ih-p'.-iin; ..J al.;,!;-l--ii' .1 ii.iiilin-i ri--er.t-
tioll.. A lilell .1. I. .tie P...I, pin, r ; . ; I . T . . - '
Oil, UNI, -Ilia I, ill. I "It in. ne! p, 11 w a- tale II Tin-
Imll.e pa--.-, .1 j-,ji: -e-,,;uti,.i alp !,, ,ri i 11 !(
1. a-e In I he MirliiiMti ti 11 i'-.iiii:ii.-i-,i. '1 a
strip ,, l.u, I .li. e:il 1 , Hi,- m; !,-, M.iri,
ean.t!. An .eii, -..- -, .-..rt wa. riin-1.- n tin
bill t. aii'-i r,-.,. nt - ,. ,.B,. .'..,1,. p, all, -il
Me-.-e. in tie r, .lilts .. :n i t 1 1 - r -tale
as talo Ii bv 1 ..iTilnil t- i's ,iu
Hi'- Mi.-.i..ipii at
.11- '-f M. Aulh.'iiv. 1111.I
iiiilv. N. l.i-a-ka
"Ili-Ur ill t'le .elia'e
inivi a; : r -pri it:"!i lull.
.'h.'.!""! 1-. pi-,.i,ie :i;i itr-enii-.
T'..
Tli.
in ( .
. I' .1.
slial.ni
.i.ili-l b-1
1;; .::.! w
il toll,'
i- L'I'
FOR E1GN.
ti lit i.-- ol l-Tie'ei: 1 Wl re !l reiit
in ' .li'.li'jtlal f mli-ii'i'Tn!.:.
'. ' wa- ..-!iii. Ity 1. It in IT11 ap
stre. I. I. loll. I IlilTfh hell-
I 'nli-lii -tn-, tall l llillllli s wi ri
ii, ' -pile nf "lie nf Hie liuee.l
all 1 111. ,1,1,. W..:. of I,, ,-, s
o'll. At Ip-wiell plales 11. -re
s r'ltu. Wlll'l'.'-i - ill tlaellill-.'.
re l-i--'le u, an 1 eliiiinir . wen-
are sai.l ti. have olTereil
Y"ik. Ss.iKHi.mitl for II.
pposile Wall street. Willi
:t!i.
st
il 1:1, nt iiiiii'ii- 1
ni'iior thai th.
f l.a .1! luiivi r-il
iliehe.. b.-ea'l.i- '
ill..,,,,
,..el,ie Hill P
Ihe e
p.ii,i:i'
ill r.
i.uim of rlinreli fmel-
-up;
b:i
Tl
It :
I'.lV"
bill- '."I- l-IT-1.
1 -!:,-1 :, rl
"Vi-i ih'- M;-...iiri. in I
'He l.-'ii.,- i.e.-.l i.
iii'n leli.i i.t. ;.. II,.
i e,-i ; ll 1;. ii, of (,
tiiinii. ti. f,,r tli
11"; "it in tie- Sn.iil
Tilii.le of Aim rieali
Ne.tu;.i:'. ..f ( al:,, -11
th- .enate .,
Mr. I',
i', i:M
' I '
' I'r'
Mr.
the
III'!
ih.V
per
'I a r 111! 'Tl to
::-!iMlli,,li a lln
.!!,. I be .!.,.,..!,
U'.lo u ii,lr, -.r.l
f i!,t,r-l;,!e 1 '. ni
'l that "11 Mole
on Hi.-pain;!-.T
pay
III!'- be,
Tile
bill, ill
Anier:.
or Mr,-
"ilia I'.ll
'ill
,.r::
'I (Hi bre ha- .tarte.l (.
1 ::iaieiit "f the man.l.ite.
!-. - Hint Ihe refill'.'. . .hilil'llp-li .1
lle.ll-.-ii. ii.ly bv lln- Aral lit, luherc'l over two
III"!!-:!!!,!. I'lll! "f the I ii '.illi. Were llilleii I'll
1, .11". I a .ll-.lli.l, ! -' ,i:a r. but the U'vatrr nulil
1" r 11. re in.irrhiiiL' ,il.e-' tin- riv, r bank. Tin
l'..'yptiau . r. ha-l tli-ear,- ,1 Ih ir arm.
ami iiliilnim-, in lln- tin;,,. ..f e-.-apr.
Tin- kin-. -.f Al.i .-iiiia ha-.- la-repleii a pr .o
lli.in f;.!e, 111.- rnu'ii-h t . inva.ie the Souilatl.
1 li v.-!i,- i:-.-pti,iii '.';iiii-a-, ,i:ni ai.llh.-m
t" 1 -::;. A fri'ln! of li.-ln-ral l...rloli .it
I 'air. 1 ehar lL.it ., ! ehr l'a-!u 1- r, .p,.i:-:lilr
f.-r tl .- r. t ,-til upri-iiiu imrlh ..f Kliat'loilm.
r.,bV-rr.ii:i- fi,,n Ma, l-i, 1 repn-rTi! lleil eer
ti.ii S ..iiii-h r-'puMi.-aii- -"lit an air'-n! P.
"f An
I'lrii tiirl-e, !' ;
! tl. ' tie
!:n- l!ia
iti lln- !..;
h..
It i- r.-;
Itityrv a
I ill:. el:. in
.fSl.lslll ,
III.
!! ,."i r 1 h!il"i-Ti-rii : in . v.
: -' If -'". rilllli lit I" tile l libuli..
I !lie l-"ili li"ll W'.ul.l be felt a!
KlBll-h eal'ltall.:
Trinity eliiirr'a, Ni
Mm k on !t-o:n!aav.
the hit ..-liti. .11 Puree! a liuimuiotll olliee lulllit
in.'. The nati.nal eoiiilnillee of the prohibition
anil home protretioll party anmillllees its
l:.ili"!lal eoiivelitinll. which was to have been
hi lil a! l'ittsl.liri.'Mlir'.'l, "'stolii il llll.lulyil.
A.iviees fr 'til Wii'.'iisill represent that the
enlirr republican ilrharalioti to (Tiica'.'o will he
(ri -iiilly- to I're.i'lcnt Arthur, hut (leiu ral W.
T. .slirituan would eai'ture every vote.
The Mii-hie-aii i-.-publiean state convention
t li....- di lt-i;ales who favor lllnine lir.t and Kd
miiuil. .111. ud. Willi l.inenlu as the umiiil
iii, ,11. eh,, i, e f,r vice ln sitlciit.
Tin ll. iin ( nil, ".'.- lotii ry, ,,f Louisville, has
-il-p, ll'li d -rations heeall-e of tin- ililllrul-
ti. -1 iiei'iiiiler il from tl .il. r.of l'ostuialer-
(ii ueral lire.liaiii.
Mi- Maude Mannlii!.-. .Inuirl.t. r of Chief
,lu.-tiee Manning', of Louisiana, and (i. W.
I (. i iiiptoti clop, d fi'.'iu Alevantlria. I. a., iitul
I were niarrii .1.
A leper 11.1111 1 ( ii irles WiNoli ha. escnpeil
I ft 1 .111 !!ie T'ewk-liury ahu.ln.il.e. and the slnte
..f Ma..a.Tm.' tl. i. b-ini' overliniiled by the
I allth ilitie..
I Al'-.ti i-'ate reerii,!. at the atu lioii sale of
! -eat. for the May i.iu-ical festival at Cincinnati
j am-iiii-.t, ,1 to Sli.lMi. The sale by auction is
itlo-.-d.
j T in pr! ,..!. 11111 1 vchaiienl Pitt-buru'li. Whicll
. c,,-t .slTri.mNi. wa. I'orinally oi,'iii'tl. There arc
i 'Jlti meiiiber-. 11111I the trea-tircr Int.- ?s.utitl on
I hand.
j I iL'iaiit. lothrliuin! cr ,,f :',,lil iiirivctl at
I a.lle liai-,1,-11 on t-uiidiiy. Anions them wen
j M-icnlri'ii M.iT-iii in mi innarh's and Ills pr.we
' hies.
i ll.-liry Siu.-nt. a pri'iiiim-iil Imcder of line
I stock Mid weallliv faruici'. died ill his hniiic In
M.i.nii cniuity. Ky.. aurd srveiilv-Iive yt ars.
1-aac MrLain. ol llillsbor... 111., who rrc. nt
Iv ..-.-iired a ilivnicc fi.iui his voiim; wife. ha.
ni.inied her iiii'!lit.r. now ."if, yt ai. of ai...
A skeleton ha. be' 11 tolllld in a chimu:'. ut
S ;il :l'.iu. Pa., which Is supposed to he Unit
.oi lier, in the war of Ispj.
. nil orphan fr,,in New York, only
L'e. !t:l- L'iV'll l.lrth to 11 Ti pound
FARM ASI) GARDEN.
The cuilillinj; moth is just liceotuitij;
established in Ncvmla.
IVaches frrow well on Itigli gronml
with 11 siuitlii'in expiisure.
Muku i'XH'riini'iils ymtrsulf, anil nuti'
the results of other iieople's.
Oiie-fiuirtli of the eotton in this
eonntiT is iiroilitceil in Texas.
(ieof;i:i fanners siill'ci'i'il 11 loss by
tine's last year of WI.IIIKJ sheep.
The onincre crop tliis year will net
the l-'loriila jinm-ei's 1 .it 0,tM 0.
Do tint ilepeiul upon seeds of dottl.t
ful vitality, hut test them hcforehanil.
A cow properly fed and eared for is
the must prolitahle. animal on the
farm.
Some line horses have recently heen
pui'i'littseii in ivi'iiuicKv to ne taken 10
Cttlia.
t'ross bred animals mature earlier
mil are better feeders than pure bred
Mock.
Pennsylvania farmers sav the Ches
ter while breed of Ims is tiie best for
llieir section.
Tlie seeds of tender vegetables
should not he sown until the proper
time to plant corn.
Military lands of an area of i.'.ijn,
isu acros'are lo be sold by the I'niled
Stales irnvcnitnent.
Il is as easy to raise strawberries as
potatoes, and I hoy are a greater lux
ury in their .season.
Improved breeds of all kind, of
stock increase tiie income many times
tile cost of olitaillillg lliclll.
The surest way to get cheap freights
is lo condense the products of the soil
within the hides of animals.
Tin production of line wool in the
L" 11 It i'i t States is increasing even more
rapidly than the consumption.
There are twenty-nine glucose fac
tories in tiie I'niicil States, wilh an
estimated capital of s.'i.ooo.uon.
it is said that lite average daily al
lowance of wheat for each person is
three and three-fourths bushel.
In a dry spring t In- Kngli1' farmer
feeds oil' his wheat by si p. in order
to pin it back ami strengthen it.
A potato that has eves that show-
no fullness and arc small, is unlit for
planting, tin matter what ils form and
size.
Tin seeds of parsley arc very shuv
in starting -often remaining in the
ground several weeks before tin plant
appear.
WASHINGTON.
rb .1 in Montreal that :u .nt
II. IP A nan., vice pr. -:d-!it- ..!
l'aitir rui'win. ha', ii: J eicrtd
1, ll in tin- .elielil.-. li.ile .ii p.-..
r. -t- and will rc-i-'!i in Mai.
we. k- iil'o. ill tie- Mrviriill -1:1
- tiftl ! Wo luellllier. of a bind of !
Me
1 r I -.. 4T. "f the
will. In a r-.i ,:iy.. !-,,
et:i!!iiii.t!l,,i:s for tin
heme.' ill ari,,l. eiti
lion, have I ii ai T.iiu
Dei M',:i!,-.-. l.-,;h.il:.i.ili:i
llenv.-r.-.'-lili. Top. l,a .
St. I.'.'l'-: veh
.lime a. Illlbll pi
St. Pan!. M:::i,
added P, th,
the riiil -r
now
loliieli,!!
llllle ni.-Iilh-lss.
ar a-
for
li.
-.1 in .
r-l
ri!,-,- ei,l,iuii--i,,i.
tin- n,'. t-. hold
ir t:. i'.ll ilrpartiiv mill
Hat.-- for exaluiiiii.
1 a-follow.: M.iv laili.
I llh. Liin-,,!; : '.'mil.
;'-tii. Kaii-a-( ,iv : -.'sih.
auk.-e; :;l-t. ( liir';,.:
.Miiiiiels.!. ami 1111:.
nii.l S!. Paul have lin-n
n-1 ,:li - C'.inii',' icalrr
- over tiflv elei-k. i.re
'flllo-enlliees.
TTir.-e
IP.ii rrci
w-er. killed by tin
:t In 1 tl:' r, uiualit
iTli: h.l!y plir.uc'i.
I'riti.-r ie!,.r. th
Wale. Will lir'.t e
"Ti atTaiiiiliu' tli- ::
Itel.iTl l atid i lit I I
M- II,' II-.,'. . Ii
"f "lie of the
, .1,111.1, D--I
I'.'.'.-ar- of 11
l.alic at Normal. III.
1 The late Mrs. A. W. IPOlin
. Ill . h,"Uratlleil fT.Vllllll bl the
; MiI"iiar ocirly.
1'l.llis hale lll'l'll perfected
of Wi-e ui-ill Central ro.nl
. Tails o St. I'aul.
TTie nalii.Tial eouventi.'U
. of De-Aincric
M.iu.s.
Ill llolllt
Heinir Called a Linr.
A boy who says he is seventeen
years old, a clerk, with good family
connections, writes to know' if u per
son should knock another down for
ailing him a liar, or what lie .should
lo. Ho say-sit seems to be eustomarv
lo look upon a fellow as a coward if he
allows anybody to call him a liar, and
does nut resent it, and vet if a person
takes up every such statement, he is
liable to have a black eye half the
time, and he asks advice about it. The
most notorious liars are the most sensi
tive about being called liars, and thev
titrlit or siioot uuieker for heinir
galled a liar than thev would at being
accused of murder. Take a man, for
instance, who wants lo sell a horse
that is unsound in every particular. He
will tell you that the horse is sound as
a dollar, not a pimple on him, never
:ick a dav, and lie is good in anv spot
or place, any lady can drive him, and
he will lie about llial horse all day, anil
knows he lies, and knows that every
body know.-yhe is a liar. And yet if
you were to call that man a liar In his
face, his "honor" would be at stake,
and he would light at once. Though a
mun may have been proved in court to
be a swindler, a thief, a murderer and
highway robber, and while he will
converse on any crime he may have
eotiimiltcil, and rather glory in being
a bad man. if lie should make a state
ment and you shouM doubt it. and call
him a liar, he would be wild al once,
and knock you down, and walk on you.
it beats all what a sensitiveness There
is alum! biing called a liar. Il lias
been said by some great man. "all men
are liars." but it is probable thai siale
nieiil is over-drawn. Il is doubtful if
statistics would show that more than
nini'ty-nine men out of a hundred are
liars. and yet I lie nine ly-ninc liars
would light at imi'i'iii! I'l'ingealied liars,
while ii Ihe truthful man should be
called a liar he would feel hurl,
and would go to work to convince the
person who called him such of bis er
ror, in a respectful suit of way. bv ar
gument and ilcmiuistralion. YVhile il
may be a custom to light at once, on i
being called a liar. ''.' S'm would ad-1
vise young men I., .'radually break
Ihoin-'eHos of tin habit, boll of lung
ami lighting. A tiiaii or Imv is imi
nccessariiv a coward because he docs
A TRAGIC EVENT.
from (Tiipi
li ''uiar tr.io;
f tile ill-tlll'i
al Taip he.
'Tli-t- I- bell-
piiiicrol
' ol lllll'lill.
! 1- -.-le in
IT
f iiib rnal rev, inn- for tin- lir-t
Mi
all !!:-
-.is...'.
in, -III.-,
In
: i pi
f th"
a- follow
-l.,f III- ;
':. a d-er,
l:,U"r.. s
of il::p -:!. f lilt r
nith. . nd -.1 Mr,h :t
I y.-ar t niliii-
.liiiii- :'l
'.T'.t;.!'.':
in..-: ;. ,w. i
; whirl, al! 11
under tin- p
(i. Ti.-ral I
way ..f A by
ami Vie
j sin- !,.!,
Tie- lac'li-li in
fund for the
f. nili' 1" leu.e
.veriiu.cnt.
Tin Caii.idi.m !
en i-ii ni
..( l!
a treaiv wi:
e.teru Afiii
I'onu'.. I
..I. , !i"ll "f Kraliee.
.l-l-.ll ha- iln-idcd to .-
-illi I. ill eh. iru'r of C"!"ll
Cm-Ill 1',-w. r. all fnl-elrl!.
ive KliarP i.ui.
.,n
,.-r- rrfu-e to
of (P-ll,
.rdon. ;
i with
-I. ''..
eri.-.d in
'.'.i.'.'.".i).-.M.i.
for the
"I. JP'.t.l
..su.': a il
liiiane
M'.'.
for the
'.''S.-
I .I.-
.l. ! '-'ale. 1" I Mlawa ii'id II. dui i Willi a
III mil b.r II;. allowali. e ,-f i.irj". c lali'.Ti..
.b'i-t ph Allell W.I- llfte-leil at II ill, ill
I lit..i:o. nil tin- ihalL'.- f I'l illU tile prillt i
i:i Hit- Citiiieh itucd.T at .lack-1. ii. Mi'-h.
' An l'.iii:li-!i t iiiiiiiant. i tub liii!. ftoin sin
Tli
M
al, i
. f i
W.'lV. II. "!l. s eii.le. I
a. t:.l: -ami liai,- in
'r-l-e Of .Sli.'..-.ll..Tr,
.UiUiillrr ha- .r,i,!,,i
deilipti-'ll .. tile trade
r"Vi-i"l .1. ducliti- tl,.
i" lu.'iil-l.ly iiircl!.i.e
im' liui-t P.' ... liiiiile.l
'lreilla!i..ii in A-la
lake Ihe
. f .
t.r.l.-rs p.
tin- .-...ft
tr.-'i "f L-:.-ul.-naiil ;
All hi- "Hirer- 1 !
I HI 1 to Wlllell I
I'd.1', litllie I
cr'ii-' ..( :
lie reli unli.e
Mnr h :.l. I
is...,, s.ii..r
till' the bill foi' 11
tl'.I tr iiui.t contain a ppi
niuiil-'-r rrcrivi d from tie
of I ..ll li. .ti. and tin: the tin
that tin- aiiinuul ii..'.v in
can II"! lie hr.nl-.Tilt bark.
C'llllllialliliT .Selil.-v h;i.
Tli. ti-, II -ar. al:! Alert b.
hn-i, or fiir:li--r u ,rl!i. in -lir.
-I and lib r"!iirad--i.
lu.'il are ciiioiiir l bv S -,-r i,
p-ri tr:u liny . l it y at . -,i or ..
they inay tie a.-i-ii, ,1.
All olliei.il of the p -ti-i... I,
(act that a .,,1 li.-r died vi hi!
Ii'-!l.lill'. lii. Vile eVpil'.'d wliile lie- paper.-
were lieiic ch iii'.'.-.l ia h.-r liit'-r.-.t. ami th-lr
two lllildr, ,1 W T" s lepl ,,!l hv 11T1 ';il.iii.. !
hebire till ir appiieatl'ili had !',,ne lln' round- '
lloil'.l -hii II. II '.c-'iin. uniu'ii r of coiiii-i ss
from Texas, lies in a dam-rernu. e,,iuli!ii,n ;it ;
f;.iiii"toit, fr i.vo .uiiieal op -ralions for j
"nocl. ll- wa. po-lma-t.-i- L'eTiera! "I l!n-j
Ci'llfi tier.lte slat- -. I
Before the taiin .lei-ate in ,
Siit-ak. r Carli-ie intend- to tal.
iniv.'i'iil.. a turitT for rev-iiu"
ulli i. at t . .,:l..r-l i,:.';-l, nt il pn.i, i-ti..n b,
Am. rlcTi li.b,.!-.
CI. Morri-oli me artl.rd a I, ib r in lln- larilf
d!.e'!-.i"!i :-:ttiii-, I.e.. v.rilt.'ii l.v Mr. T'iM.niii
p..v. w;i- pul .-a a llrnl.d T'runk llailv.ay Iraiu
and rarrird throu:li Ihe country.
T he ..wrr h'.n f tin ( ill I, -,- l.-ir'.-liiniT-,-
ha- pa-.-d Kalh.-r La Hi bi'-l'iil 1" eid eololii.:'.-ti-.ii
l.v 11 pr. 'Viliriiil lottery.
The Canadian p.-.t-iiic h- about to rnluee the
l"C"lli,.lie depitlllili lit OI mi l,. "Will- t" !
pr. --i"ii iii hii-liic.-.
T!n-tr.".ps in Cuba arc -lill iiiiiild.-1.. b
AL'il. ro. c is s ip; ,1 to he I, id In
. ipata swamp..
Half of the Arab .ii:irtcr. at IN.it Sid w.-rc
le. trove. I by lire. Four tlnai.-iiinl Ar
hollleles.
l-'ialue. tl-..-.. .1 It. ill. "lit i .1
-'.: 1 1 1 1 .
"iilailii:
.' linen val.la
ar lln:
'e pain
ati Trial.
li. claim
tin-
Tin- London VVof. .in .- Archl.i.,,.p Idle -
of It ill i nt .rt will be the next cardinal.
The is .million of alfair- In ll'vpt colililiui
lo altrart ':rral alleiitlnii In l-'raiiee.
A Palnl of tifl.t-lhrrc I l.ivt ii.i- liunl.-I in
I uba to reinforce Ceiii'iiil Ai.'U.'1'o.
Spain il.ls d' r hired iplnranl ille il-.'aill-t v- --.-1-froin
India on a tut of rle !. ra.
llcp'trt. fr-.tu the interior "f K-..'pt -tab llml
ll is estimated that there will be
more than :l.oii'i,iioii worth of cggsiiu
poiTeil to this country during the pr.'s
cnl year.
Shad were introduced into California
waters seven years ago. and now they
arc so plentiful that they are a drug on
the market.
An asparagus bed may be made to
last twenty or thirty years, the plants
are never infested with insects ami the
crop never fail".
The refuse of glue works is dilliciill
t tiie t vteii.itii: to hatiille. but when plowed into moist
grass iiiniis and ot'ciianis 11 iieet is
isiblc foi' y fat's.
During the past six years Illinois,
Iov.ii. Kansas, Nebraska, .Minncsula.
Mi-Miiiri anil Ohio have established
over '.mo creameries.
Orchard planting is an important
work this month. Hear in mind Unit
trees are not to be "set." posts are set.
but trees should be "planted."
Do not be tempted by nice weather
to get in b"ans, splashes and melons
loo early. Wait till theearlh is warm.
Such crops can nut endure cold.
Hot-bed s at tins tune necu close at
tention. If Ihe sashes are lefl closed
a shorl time the heat of the sun will
often ilcstviiv the plants, and the work
of weeks be lost.
The roller can be made to sen
useful purpose in pressing into the
grass a it il clover s I that have I
sow:, on a soil surface
lln ground isim.ist tli
readily.
When a niirsen tree islakcn ill
deprived of half or more of ils r
Thcfull lop is lefl. because Ihe nurscrv-
niau knows thai the inexperienced
I.I I vol will illi!".' of I hi I Ives bv I be sit
A few weeks ago there was a show-!""'"' '"I' It is important that each
..t .onie red li.piitl in Chatham. The j hrancli be cut back to diminish liicdo
leo where the phenomenon was seen I mand upon the roots before tin plant
in New Hope township. The bill i is done.
Several low;! farmers recently ilviu
otistrated by careful experiments ihat
one acre of clover woul.l make two
pounds of pork to one of beef. These
parlies insist thai hogs should run one
month at least with no grain, even it'
I hey make no increase in wi ight dur
ing Ihat lime, as it puts the system in
the best possible condition to com
mence fattening with corn.
Tin Toronto Mnit says that sows in
tended for breeding should be separ
ated from those intended for I lie
butcher, and fed a generous lint not
fattening diet. Select those with long
if the American
iTiarni:i"eii!ieal a-soeia'.ioli meets in Milw-jiulii c
AuL-u-t .'''..
Maryland has put Iti "peralifii a -triii'-'ent
law iiL'ain-t trallielniiysleraln loreScplt ulherl.
The steamship Al. i'l. I.r the (Irerley relief
. - v pet I il i 'ii. arrived in N.-v. York Tuesday.
c, T. Mailer, in.aiic. jumped from a steamer
in b.i-1 l iver, New York, and drowned.
I'll uro pin imioliia ha. broken tail union
liir r.itlle in u.-Iiin-'Tt -l canity. Pa.
A latly ha. pri-ciitt d the New York pn .l,y
lery w i! h .:,'..'.'.HM for net dy churcht -.
A tril-l unill'.'iiL'i' of r-l.'i.lKll.liUloli III. Wet
Shore road ha-ju.t been recorded.
l-'. Sriiator ll'ii'.'-y is biiililin' a uniiplc row
of loir t iiblii. a. a i-uuitner rrsnrt.
The irr.-i libark'-rs of Alleiihi ny eoiinly. Pa.,
i utli.r-e lien r.'ill.-r f..r pre. hit nt.
The failure- llir.i'.IL'il.itll 111" t'llil.'d Slates
for III" p:i-l V.r.-k Were P'.s.
Tin Kni-lit- ,.f I'ylhia- had a i:ialil parade
in N, w 1 1:1. an- Thur-dav.
-.upplvof wheat wa. reduce! I.
I l.i
ml,
- I.. Ward.,
e:--,i ;-; ;.
ptvi-rii'ir of New .l.'i.cv.
A Shower ol' llloiiil.
soil
ii'cn
. If sown whili
cy will geiTiiiiiaii
i it i
A Fathcr'a Dsialr nnil Sclf-liiUlrtcd Death.
Illi Son's Filial Itotcua, Too Ijiuj to
Have Hit I'arent.
Tho granliic occurcnco that is de
scribed below is ono of the most ro
markablo episodes in the domestic his
tory of America. It ia absolute) truth
which can readily bo verified.
The inhabitants of the pleasant town
of Cortland, N. Y., were shocked ono
morning by the announcement that
Mr. Clinton Hinilgc, ono of their most
prominent citizens, had committed sui
cide. The news spread rapidly anil
aroused the entire neighborhood where
Mr. liindgo was so well and favorably
known. At first it seemed impossible
that any ono so quiet and domestic
could do so rash a deed, and tho in
quiry was heard on every side as to
the cause. The facts as developed on
investigation proved to he as follows:
Mr. llindge was domestic in his
tastes and took the greatest enjoy
ment in the society of his children and
pride in their development. And in
deed ho had good reason to be proud
for they gave promise- of long lives of
success and usefulness. Hut an evil
day came. His youngest son, William,
begun to show signs of an early decay.
He felt unusually tired each day, atid
would sometimes sleep tho entire af
ternoon if permitted to do so. His
head pained him, not acutely, but
with a dull, heavy feeling. 'There
was a sinking sensation at the pit of
his stomach. He lost all relish for
food and much of his interest for
tilings about him. He tried manfully
to overcome these feelings, but they
seemed stronger than his will. He be'
gan to loso llesh rapidly. The father
became alarmed and consulted physi
cians as to the cause- of his son's ill
ness, but they were unable to explain,
l'iually severe sores broke out on his
arms and he was taken to Hiill'alo
where a painful operation was per
formed resulting in (I,,, oss ,,f much
blood but alloiiliiig little relief. The
j young man returned home and a coun
cil oi physicians was called. After an
exhaustive examination thev declared
there was no hope of final recovery
j and that he must die within a few
i days. To describe the agony which
j this announcement caused the father
not engage in a brawl al being called a ' " "'!" . """" "
liar If a mancall-you a liar? and von ! ." ,ts "' 1 ""'aning a first; then
aliar.il docs not help the mailer "-i- , to compienenit u
fur you to thump him. and be arrested '
for disorderly conduct. Your light i
will not coiiviui-e li 1 iti that vou arc in it
a liar, and every body who in-ai's nf the I
row will say you arc a bully as well, j
Nn gentleman will call a man a liar. 1
and if a man is a loafer, you can at'-:
ford lo ignore him. and go about your
business, and ymi should never l g-
nt t'hini until lie apologizes, wlm-h be I
cann.' trot
v. iud w:i
pi reeptil
tin1 notion w -nn In
TTie lii'. nlalnl -c
a failure.
Maria Taiilioid. t!
- rr.ipprarrd.
il li-hrrie. me pr iin.uiii
' f llll"
.1.111". !'. I- dea l
liars'--1
-the tin,
onlv a.
ami
ell-
elf il
ls;.'., in which 1 pi-c-..-.l him.
to protrctivr nr T--hibi'i rv thill: ..
llmi. .1. V. Poster, I'nitfil Slates minister
to Spain, h i. ri turm-'i to W'ii.hinu'ton to confer
wilh tie admiiii-tration in nirard to the pro
posit! eoiinn. reial tn at'-.
i.Ti.uli-s I). Coon, of Nnv York, lias b.-en
nniiiiuiitcl !i..-i,.lniii srerctiii v of lie- lr:i.urv,
to succeed John c. New.
.1. C. burrows, of Mickicau. reeciillv :i
pointed soPeltor of the Iren-urv, ilceliii.'s Ihe
office.
1 MISCELLANEOUS.
T he republican .talc ronvi nlioTi of Con nt
: .'HI lefl IN .lele'.'ate.. to Chie.IL'. 111! iti -t lll.lt
i but p. ill resolution conuiieiidiier .b.-.-pli :
' II. Ilawlt yas a eandi'late fo pn -hlelit. 'I In- j
I lllio P publican state e- invention ch-eh-d tTty j
tWll di-lrift lIl'll-L'illes lo (Tileairo, of wl'o'ini
I twenty-four an- for lllaine icni twenty two for t
, rslHTiiiiili. 1 he New tork republican
i convention was t-.riranlzetl in the Inter
a cloudless sk , when tin
i slight as to be almost ini
Tho position of thedrops
seen on the lence indiealeil a very
1 slight wind from the south or smith-:wc-t,
across sonic plnvvcil land. A
Mniiian wa. standing on this plowed
land, near?! fence, along which small
; pine btislies were growing. She no
ticed something falling between her
and the ground, saw il leave a red
splash in the sand, heard a paltering
like rain around her, looked up, but it
was all nvcratli! she cnuhl see nothing.
Sin was a gimil ileal frightened and
j affected, taking il as a portent of death
! or ev il of sonic kind. S. A. Holleniau
visited the ..pul the next morning (tin
fall tool; place about midday), and has
kindly given the following facts ob
: snrvt'il: The space covered was about
: li f I v by seventy feet and nearly in a
: recliiiigular f'iriii. The drops were of
j size vary ing from that of a small
pea to that of a mail's linger,
antl averaging about one lo Hie
I stiuare fool. Smaller droos were in.
stanlly absorbed; larger ones, with
tlio-e on the wood, enagiiliitcd. Some
fell in the hushes ami coagulated upon
the limbs. Dr. Knliiuson, living near,
collected .some of Ihe freshly-fallen
:..i i i.. ..: I.. ... .. .
(.,!,. I iu.it ' i l.i i .nit) in. i in- v -t-i i.iiu siiiijiio tests,
.. . j which salislied liiin that it was blond.
will do. nine times in ten when h
limls he has math a fool nf liini-t'll'.
and tliat you arc ro-pecteil more for
tpiietly refraining froin punishing iiim
than he is I'm being a bully-. Thnso
who arc the most :ip lo call people
liars are u-iialv Ihe v.nr-l cowards in
the world. They think by using such
language they can convince people
tliat they art- brave. Take nnc nf
these felltiws, ami he dues lint call ynu
nut alniic. and eail ynu a liar, as a
business statement, but he gets y nu in
a crowd w here he knows he has four
friends In y our one, and he knows thai
if Wnl'st enlnc-; tn wol'sl, his crowd can
whip your crowd, lie talks hunl. ami ;
wants to citiivinct people that he is
brave, but generally is a weak
minded coward. If a vnung man
selects respectable company, treats
everybody well, is kind in high ami
low. rich and poor, jiisi the same, goes
out of his way, if occasion nil'crs. to do
a kindness, speaks well nf all. nr says
nnihing, anil never, kiinwingly. dues
any injury tn any pcrsnu, he can go
through lil'i' antl never be called a
liar, ami never have occasion in
light, lb' can so conduct himself
thai if a pci'siiii should call him a
liar, he would not get lime In light,
fur every friend he had wniild know
Ihe charge lo be false, and Ihev would
insist ibai the pci'siiii making the
charge wnuhl take il back ami apnin
gizc, it would seem such a monstrous
injustice to Ihe friend-, llul if a
young fellow is a liar, am! talks too
much witli his inniitii. ami is cnustant
ly saying things about people behind
tlioir backs tnat are not so. anil
he is sclli-h. and mean, and would
unt do ti kindly acl. except he could
make a point by n, and have every
body knnw it, if he is a liar, and a
mean nnc, who cares nothing for the
anguish and heartaches be niav
cause bv his lies, lie is liable to be
called a liar any time, and maybe it
is best for such Mrsons tn resent il,
and light, for Ihev will nceasinnally
be mauled, and it will eventually dii
them good, and learn them a lcssnu.
V'V,-. Mm.
Foramen tout Allen's Brain Food liaa uteoa
tho etrungrat testa aa to its merita in curini,
Nerronnnefa, Nervous Pehilitynnd nuba-ina lost
IKiwen. to the weakened (fcuerntive System, iir.tl,
in do instance, lata it ever fail tl: test it. Stilt
for At dnii.'isls. or hy mail fru J. II. Allea,
315 First Aw., hew York Ciiy.
"My wife's three years nervous nfllictluo,"
Bays Itev. .1. A. Edle, of Heaver, l'n., "was
cured hy .Soiuirtfiii -Vt ei-.V."' Jl-'iO at drug
gists. Weak coile should use Snmiri!tii Xrrvine,
the great nerve conqueror.
Im ltraiAilli to Ely's Cream Rulni for Catarrh,
my an.wer Is, I can' reeoinineiiil it us tin best
remedv 1 ever used. ila. .1. S. Vai uuas,
Dentist. .Muskek'.ni Mich. (See a.lv't.)
rutin-tiii-: nuion ni'i, km' '
Liver 1'ilK T Ii". :.. I ili:--r!lv en the
Sirinncli mid lit, .v.l. 1.. ;. unhi inn! ci
linl li -viT i;ii i:.i: or painful.
s vi, von; ii vi;sis hy.
Siun" Ilitrni'sM Oi) wnU-'.' will i
ili.'li'. Thin italic It. 'i-t oil rviT
b.'tl i y fill Imnit vs.-. n.;t k.-1 m.
'iliniT villi I'ncln
ii Hff mid
iI!1.d..f..rlt.it...T.
lill!
N-i.-
I'M U'lSM, NKl'Ul.iA.M,l!IXSiii,l
lil f l.- riimiH'lllly p li' VMi liy i; lii lc Srini'rrj
ll.iiir Liniuii-iit. Sulil ly all i !ni;,vi "
Dlt. .I.UH KSlil'ltMAN WO;M r.KIS ivm-t
fail to drr-lrcy w.irniH ami n'uinv-v tlinn Iimiii tli'i
iyti in.
flktnnv Men. "WM1 l!:iif!i
licaltli rikI viur, mien Uy.pi'iiM.
"lIttlhi-i f-,vimVirm tvi-i."firfcvpr!h
dl'H, iLilt;sut i, woims. cuni,),'ltluU ta'tleii. 25c
1ASX OF IIREAfiKS
ALV.A VS CURABLE BY ITSIXO
1EXICAIT
of nnnv ncsn.
Rliemnntixm,
Itiirnnnl Hcnlil,
Mhin aut llltrrt,
Cut anil nriii-Bf
K) nil nt t istltrhi'iif
Colli l ilt-1 v : ,'rt K 1 c
INtllTJiillifH,
lliU'knf'lir.
J'riipllnu-,
llOSt llICRt
ami all rxu rn.il dison.'t'.
Forgcn.iiil u. :u ult:i.
'jsyij iti
itni'll, he s:ivs, (if fiv.li
CRIME.
Krunk Jam- wns acipiitt-t l nt llutil-ville,
Aln., of th" Musn.fl Sh..:ilr. nil.lvry. lr was
Imnndiatclv arrcnted by SlicrllT U.cri. r f
Otoimt I'ouiity, Mo., fur n.tiMtii: n Iruln at
(HlerTllIc, on the lim- of the MImuui-I I'aHlle
railway, on tin- niL'lit of .July . lsT'l.
Uuviil N. Carpriiifr. of Niw Albany, Inl.,
cowliiilcd on the svtrci't a yoini mrrcliaiit,
naimd VullT Vllli;tin-. for clrcnlatitn: ilnni-njrlHf-rri'port-
ali .ui t!i f.irm-T'rt (Jinililor.
( 'liarl Krii-b'. an at-tl t-llizm of Wauki miti,
HI., after qnarn llii al! day Willi bis stroud
wife almut tit' dUni,tloii of Mime itntjH-rlv.
Iwil In-r so trrrily Unit t!u dlci.
W. A. I.tut, rfccn lary of tlie Hodic niiniiif;
comimiiy, was fniitid d-ad al n late hour Tucfc
!ay nilit. on .) ITrrson P'luarr, H.iw Fnincluco,
nlth a Itullct lhioiiiz!i tlio lirart.
Al I,i 1'orlf, !'n., .latins drubb, finding a
man niiinrd SllhiciT in t'onipnny witli hU d(
vorcn! wife, h hot him fatally atul then killed
himself.
Ki.sc, the I hind mnrdrrer, has Ijcpd
(IcnU-d an cxtensiou of lime, and the court or
dered him to plead and proceeded to pet a jury.
At a charivari at Aaokn, Minn., some ono
ilrrd a revolver to Increase the din, accident
ally klllim u hoy mined Willie Gray
While tryliifr to remove tils household good
from hi bundng dweJHnp, near Marlon, Ind.
Moses (.Hcusnur was burned to death.
James Nlcholnon, a Booton coul-bcaver, of
drunken habits, killed his wife as she sat ours
intr her child, and made his escape.
Examinations of the bwks In the state prison
vt M assarti u suits show a (Melt of -912,0(10, be
ing tho result of bad book -keeping.
F. A. Von Gassy, president of a bank at
Kfllugham, III., has skipped out His accounts
un short $40,000 or more.
Charles Hraithwallc, the incendiary who
caused a f 100.000 fire in Philadelphia, has beca i
(oavjetod.
Arthur and Kdmim.li. d.-Mift" t!- Im-iililv ,.f , 11 ,,v,,n h:l1' lllt'
Thomiift C. l'l itt and S-naior Miliar, and ll.e l,,MH'
d. leites-jit-liiiL'i- tct riii.-au't. a iv Awlww D. Ti'Ms wrn also iikkIu hy Vrut. Vm
Wliiie. Kdwlu I'aekard. Th .d.,iv i;.... .-vi it. :,,,'l's il ,,1' "nivrrsiiy of Xorlli C:in
iind -l-liii .1. Uill.ert. I linit. Tlio siiixt phici-d in cold water
The n-imhllean Male c.tiv. nti.in ..f I li.;., ! avc a lirmvn-ml solution, which o-
ndopti-d resnlntiHiH di inandinu' tin- n-.)ora-1 iinhui'il on lu-ntm-j. 1 lit? roanUm),
tlun of ihe Hunl tariff of K'i. .1. i;..Mn-,nti, a dirty hrown, whm wolublo in caustic
of Hardin emmtw wii iinat. il for ... en larv alkalis, jrivin an inilistinrt ;ivon solu-
of slate, and W. W. .lolnw.n f.r Jmlce f tlw ' 1 ion -ln-atod wilh an airiil solution of
supreme enurt. .ludLr" .1, It. F iraliiT, .in.iL'e ' nnrcury tut rato it giwu a brick-retl
W. II. WvA, William M.-Khil.-v, .Ir.. and Mar- t-olor. -Nitni- arid also caused the
hirer
ens. I. llatnia were eliet.il ih-ii'irates-nt-wlth
four eohu-ed inm ulternales. 'I li
rthe drlrcutert fuvur Slniuian. and tiw
port lllalno.
The Supreme h'dirc of tiie world of Knights
of 1'ythhM, in essiun at New Orleans, elerh d
the full. pwhiii ollieers: (irand eiianeellur. .Inlm
Van Vulkenhuri;. of Kurt Mudisnn, Iowa, su
preme rlee ehauecllor, Ihmard I)'uurlith-. of
Ohht; supreme keeper of reei-rds and Mais,
Judire It. K. l'ower or Mi-uirl; supreme mas
Irrat arms, (i. H, Shaw, of Wl-e.nsln ; p-ist
supreme chancellor. John l. I.inton, of ,w.
town, 'a.
The Mac!'uc!iu.-cUr reenliaek eouvcuMon
ratillcdthe nihao platf-.nn of liso, favoml
the nomtiiation of Ciencral Huth r for presi
dent, and recommended that the national con
vention Incorporate In Its platform a pl,mk
calling for the rcveMon of all land urmils to
railways, carued ami imearned, to the national
government, ami that a national law bo en
acted prohibiting aliens lioMinir or owning
lands.
A handsome maiden of Willis, (in., was
courted by au aj;cd widower and his son, hut
the latter won the prize. The father sent word
that he was coming to kill tlie bridegroom, hut
the latter kept a shotgun at. his dhow nud
cuebcred the old man a second time.
Judgo Bond, In the I'ulU-d States circuit
eourt at Richmond, has killed one of the Kid.lh.
berger adjustment laws by a decision that uny
treasurer who levies on property iifter coupons
have been tendered for taxes 1b a naked tres
passer. In the Sharon divorce, case at San Frunelseo,
an employe of the Masonic cemetery testified
that Miss Hill placed In a newly made grave a
paukagu of tho seuator' undergarments, In
gbedie.ni to tke coinwaud of fortune-teljer.
formation uf I his consilium, aud pave
tho (.'liaiMeii'nstie yellow tint on hcal
in The original solution in water
was !iri'!den-d in color, not turning
jjroen or crimson, on adding ammonia
On leaving the solution two or three
days it readily mitrelied, allowing un
dei" the microscope a great swarm of
bacteria. Kxamined by the microscope
tlie appearance of small, slightly al
tered corpuscles was seen, correspond
ing well with those gotten from fduug-ter-ynrd
m.Iiftkijfi (X. C.) Xctvs.
N"thinchns caused the ruin of more happy
homes and honorable reputations than polite
gambling. Of course, a mau has a right to use
his money in any speculation he may choose,
but be has no right to hj-c money entrusted In
hid care in such speculation, even if he docs
feel snfe In risking his own, aud In staking the
welfare of the loved ones at home on nnv speeu.
latlve venture. When there is nothing at stake
but the one man's personal Interests, his own
money and reputation, no one but himself
must suffer from an unlookcd for turn In the
wheel of fortune. It may be considered his
own lookout, but under other circumstances be
has no moral rlcht to take the risk, and noth
ing hut a seillsh disposition would permit him
VI 00 ll. i'tCK AHH.
Lord Bacon says that one of the signs of long
life Is a wrinkled brow, Wc havo noticed that
alligators are long-lived, which proves to us the
correctness of Bncon's theory. This sign Is
also encouraging tn the rhinocc roils and the
UT.ard.Arkatwiw Tratrttr.
A Lcroy (O.) hog has beaten the world by
fasting 197 days at time.
bodies, straight harks and having tin
hirgr?. number of loals. as these in:tk
the bt br w. When a good
breeder is thus sec'ired she fhoiild
have at least two or three litters, mid
as many more as she will breed wilh
oiit becoming unruly or getting any
bad habils.
The low price of potatoes is leading
farmers in many places to use them us
feed for stock. ' They are mainly com
posed of water and starch, containing
comparatively little nitrogenous mat
ter. Hence they are not so good for
cows as is generally supposed, making
a thin, poor milk". Cooked and led
with meal to pigs they make good
pork, but the tinihing olV should be
done witli meal alone. AU stock can
enjoy a feed of potatoes for a change,
but except this they are not prolitahle
even at present low' prices.
A writer in the. World says: "Sonic
I line, ago a correspondent complained
that his cattle were troubled with lice
mid asked for a remedy. I would ad
vise him. the next warm, sunshiny clay,
to thoroughly scrub thecattle infested
with lice with strong soapsuds. H is
better to wash ono portion at a time,
running the wet portion vigorously to
help dry it before proceeding to 'fur
ther scrubbing. This precaution on a
warm day is not absolutely necessary,
but it is the safer plati to keep the ani
mal from becoming chilled until the
hair is dry."
It is said that Hit! only method of
ridding the diseased sheep of the scab
is to dip tnem ma litpiid that will pen-1
etrate and soften tho scabby portions,
and even then it is necessary to rub
these places with something 'rough to
open tho scabs and let tho liipihl take
etVcet. Asheep dip made of one ounce
of sulphur and Hour of tobacco ton gal
lon of water has been found very ef
fective. In water, which should "b tit
tho boiling point, steep tobacco sterna
or leaves, and add tho sulphur later;
then allow tho liquor to cool down,
when the shucp may bo immersed.
Elijah Allen writes tho Ititral und
Stockman that ho knows this preven
tive of black leg to bo good: "Early
in tho spring, or as soon as tho disease
is noticed in tho herd, get a largo,
straight soton needle throe-ouartcrs
of an inch wide, (any blacksmith can
mako one) grease a good sized string
with mercurial ointment and put it in
through tho dewlap just forward of
tho brisket; tic tho ends together and
leaveit thero until it wears out. Put
it in all your cattle from ono to three
years old. I never saw a case of black
leg where the above was done before
the patient was attacked.
"Wi always keep Pito'i Cure for Cooftump
tlon to tlie buuie,
Va tents In Kai:s:is and Missouri.
Pillent.i fn' M'W.lti i n i:ir flnltl April '2,
-1. "ne ii-.su, tl v lb- !. .vi'.iiiiicnl iipnii the
f'lii-iWiii:: deviee. a e.Ii.i ii of lln- a'.n.ve
I:i1i . and Were ten-l'li .1 e-; cl;!ll fi r IliU
iI'er hy .1. ('. li!M.nj. ni-jl r nf patent" and
U'Tiiiv for i.aii im i , In.-iir.im e Huil'ling,
Ki-.ts Citv. Mo.;
Ad-iiiMiible wreiieh. T. I-'. While, r-altni,
Ka.-.; t hunt. n. l'.Mtil. Little ISiver. Ha.;
Iiuerovrd fetu-e ---. I'.mnie s. Smith, Totie-
ka. Ka.: Jlcl-phie 1. r I ts mid fh.H. S. IL
M. h.-w. I'calKMly. K, : Wagon end-eute. J.
M. Warren. I',ii:linli'ii .linietinn. Mo.; Wire
n -nr maeMiie, Hutuer Smitli. Klrkville. Mo.;
(lame, t n and liuee. Untrue Kupp, M-rtiroe
ClIv. Mo.: lii-liiiu' hu'iill.-, .1. L. i'ov.i'll. Sum
mr'rville. M". : ib-i.-e eollar. (i. W. i'.k.I. L.i
mar. V.-.: lee-1. . .Lilil-m IhunVM, Mar--h:ii:.
M...: Addiuu' nuiehlnr. W. II. .-utty,
llii:n;iii. ville. Mo.: Sprim; r weight mnlnV,
laenb llM-kmllrdy, Kur'eka, K:ik; Pr. -Mire
reuhitnr, (!. W. lVarriim, Kansi CUy, .M.
but
the luad was too irreut. In an aironv
of frenzy be seized a knife aud took his
own life', preferring dealh rather than
lit survive his idolized son. At thai
lime William ilindge was too weak to
know what was transpiring. His face
hud turned black, his brealb ceased
entirely at times, and his friends waited
forhis'deuth believing that tho Mend
llrighl's disease of the kidneys, from
which he was siitVering, could' not bo
removed. In this supreme moment
William's sister came forward anil (Ic
eland she would make a linal attempt
In save her brother. The doctors in
terposed, assuring her Ihat it was uso-le-s
and that she would only liisleu ihe
end by ihe means she proposed lo cm
p!oy. Hut she was linn, and pulling
all back, approached her brother's
side and administered a remedv which
ho fortunately had on hand. 'Wilhin
an hour he seemed more easy, am! he
I fore the day was over he showed signs
: of decided improvement. These favor
j able signs continued, und to-day Wil
I liam It. Kindge is well, having been
j virtually raised from the dead through
: the marvelous power of Warner's Safe
Cure, as can be readily verified hy any
; citizen of Cortland.
I Anv one who reflects upon tlie facts
above described must have a feeling of
sadness. The father, dead by his own
hand, supposing his son's recovery to
be impossible; the son restored to
health to mourn the loss of his father
and the agonized relatives with a mem
ory of sadness to forever darken their
lives, llml Clinton Uindge known that
his son could recover he would lo-day
be alive and happy, but the fads which
turned his brain ami caused him to
commit suicide were such as any one
would accept as Irue.
However sad the case may be, tho
truth remains that thonsands'of people
are at this moment in as great actual
peril as William Kindgoaud in as great
danger of causing misery if not death
to his friends. Liver and kidney dis
eases are become the most common
and most dangerous of any or all mod
ern complaints. They are the most
deceptive in their I e,dnnings and
horrible in their final stages.
Tl i cy are fa r m oro dece p
tive than consumption, and can
rarely be delected even by skillful phy
sicians unless a microscopic, analysis
bo resorted to, and lew doctors under
stand how to do this. Their slightest
approach, or possibility of approach
should strike terror to the one who is
threalened :is well as to all his or her
friends. These diseases have no dis
tinct symptoms, but come in the form
of lassitude, loss of appetite, aching
muscles and joints, dull headaches,
pains in the back, stomach and chest,
sour stomach, recurring signs of cold,
invgular pulsations of the heart, and
frequent dizziness. If neglected, these
symptoms nro certain to run into
chronic kidney and liver or Hriglit's
disease, from which there is sure to bo
a great amount of agony and only ono
means of escape, which is by the use of
Warner's Safe Cure. Tho importance
of taking this groat remedy upon tho
slightest appearance of any of the
above symptoms cannot bo too strong
ly impressed upon the minds of all
readers who desire to escape death and
pain and prolong life with nil its pleas
ures aud blessings.
01' ANIMALS,
Wrtttvhet
Sort-m r.nil finllg,
StMivla, Craeki,
-Srrc w AViii-nt, mlt,
l out Hot, Hoof Ai).
Swlnii)', Ftttiiiilcrsi
Spi-n!:ic, fctrr.lufl,
'inve IVet)
Xll.TorsS,
ly, hiaUcaii-I h':clt rari it ii
ST OP ALT,
Fakmuks living near Knowlesvllle,
W. Va., are much excited over the re
appearance of the enormous reptile
which for thirty years past has been
occasionally .seen in thai neighborhood.
A parly uf young niei saw it a day
or two ago im the farm of David Ma
ker. They describe it as being eigh
teen or twenty feet long, and as thick
as a man's body, carrying ils head
about two feet above ground while
traveling. It was first seen in 18.jr,
then being about ten feet long, and
many stories regarding it have been
revived. Men who saw It in 1S-17 de
clare it left a track through the, tail
grass like that caused by dragging a
heavy log. A parly is on guard day
aud night at what is thought to be its
biding place.
Hnhltuftl con t I nation iq not only one of the
most unpleasant, but at-tho samo time ono of
tiii) most Injurious conditions of the human
ay?tem, and Is but a forerunner of disease, un
less removed. This is usually accomplished by
Lim ubc of purgatives, which for tho ttmo afford
relief, but after their immediate effects have
jmesed they leave tho system In a worse state
than before. To rifeet a cure It Is necessary
that the remedy used -should lie one that not
only by ito cathartic effect relieves tho Bowels,
but at the same time acts aa a tonic, so as to
restore the organs to a sound, healthy condi
tion. Thla "l'nicKi-r Asu Uitteiis" will do.
It removes tho cause and re a to re health.
When yon visit or leave New York City save
l(:ii.':ie, Kxpressace and Cnrringn Hire, and
stop nt GUAM) UNION HOTEL, oppowitc
(irand Central Depot IWO elegant rooms, fit
led up at a cost of one million dollars, reduced
Inf J and upwards per day. European plan.
K levator. Ucstaurant e applied with the Lest.
Hor-se curs, stages and elevated railroads to all
depots. Families can Hvo better for leas money
at the Graud Union Hotel than at any other
llrot-elass hotel ia the city.
The simplest ud best regulator of the Dis
ordered Liver In the world, are Carter's Llttlo
Liver Pills. They give prompt relief lu Biek
Headache, Dizziness, Nausea, etc.; prevent
aud euro Constipation ad Files; removes
Ballowncas and Pimples from the Complexion,
and arc mild and gentle ib their operation 09
the bowels. Carter's Little Liver Pills are
small and aa easy to take aa sugar. One pill a
dose, l'riuo 25 cents.
Ir .ifliUtH with Scno Ryes, use Dr. Ib-mc
Tho upf ou's ICvn Water. Dr deists U It. 25r.
Rnttffh on Tnlh Arh " A"kforlL IniUat
rellcU, quick cure. 15c OruKtrifu.
"Honvh on -rnnvhs."l!k'., 9c., flOc, st DruRfliU,
Complete cure Coukub, IluarioaoH, bore Turoau
Mpnsman'i Peptonlitd BoafTonie, tho only prep,
nrnlion -nf bcrf containing its entire nntnliimi
pnn,-ili". It ronlains iilood-mnkinc-, foree
K ii'THtirinnnd lifotuHtnininn properties; invid
tml'ln for Indiirefltion, Dyspepsia, nervnns pros,
nation, and nil form of genoml debility; nlso.
in id enfituuM conditioue, whether tho remilt ot
(jchHm-tinn, nervoua proBtration, overwork, 01
nrnt" diii nnrticularly if reflnltintr from pul.
monnry comiilaintf. Caswell, Hazard 4 Co.,
Proprict-uni, New York. Bold by Druggist,
MUM' 1 ll A I IKlfltlMI.Kt OUIili. Kvery can
of eoitfiimption eumiiH'iu'' h with h eotiuh, oeeir
sinucil hy luivinir taken cold which if allowed to
rim it eoiirte will noun wir-i itfl way into Ihe nir
pawiue" and tlit-n to the Iiiiihh, if not cheeki -d by
HHiio Mich valuable cuiicli remedy M Kii.EHt'b
Kiiihi t ok Tau and W1t.11 CiiKimv. which is
niirivalb1! for all diwaHen of the throat nnd
hiuuti. S.'tv" (latm-TonH pel In ot nlekneM arid
expeiihivu durtor'H bill' by taking thin valuable
tmnicinc in mull, ank your (irucKini lor it.
From D. F. Llepsner, A. M., Red Bank. N. J.
I have heen troubled with Catarrh so badly for
several years that it scrloiwly affected my
voice. I tried Dr. 'a remedy without the
siujiuw reiiei. uno bottle or Ely's Cream
Balm did the work. My voice is fully restored
and my head feela better than for years.
The soft and sllkv artDeannce rfven to the
hair by use of Carbollne, the natural hair
restore 1 hiu arcssin, as now improvca ana
nerfected. Is the subicctof eencral remark bv
all who have witnessed Its effects upon the hu
man he nil. oiu ny an acaiers in drugs.
WHEN lUIUNrS AND CATTIJ5 urn snlritlefw.
wrauay and feeble, tlwy nerd trrntment with
Uncle Bnm'i Condition Powd -r. It piirifii tho
bliHul, impMvea the apetitn, cures coi.db and
DittfKMVKHH, inviKornUt thesytit-omaiid will keep
uio auiuiiu in a netuuiy, inuiusoine coniuuon.
Dit.WTNf'HKLL'H TKKTIlINtt bYHDP in just
the medieiue for mother to hnvc in the house for
the ehihlren. It will cure eoauhfl, colds, sore
thnml iiih) n'Kiilnto the twwnls. Do not fftil to
give it n trial, you will bo plensed with its charm
ing ulleot. Bold by all UruBgista.
Brown's Bronchial Troches for Couphs and
wiius: "i i in ti it mem me Dost ana most con
venient relief extant. "ito. c1. M Humphrey,
OraU,Ky. S6cta. aboi.
THE LIVER AND ITS FUNCTIONS.
f?JT has berflsin n wf ll MtnMlshtil fit tlmt tho B
(A largur ortlnnof di-n-ii'-'ii ttmlili'li tho humua I
,1 family Umibjwt orUoln tlio tint bluce fjom H
CV niiir.rif-rntnti.ni.-nt ..rtl.M Mr or. "I'M nrjTin H
H not oqIt tb liirji-al, t'tit at tlinnmun tliuooauor
tUraoit irajiortin,!. Ttitt vonoui liluod, on lie re
turn to thii heart, 1 au(w tlintuli ttii- u.-kiei. nnl
In Its it utiKU tfcu imi'urltiei.ns also I ho Br-jfttlor.-i
nblcbore noeoamirj fur diK-tliiaua ml ua for n
cotburtlotonfvlit lu tho ro:it)iml o( wn-,t(i mifo
rial Ac. nroullmliifitHd. FromUiititliiea-tllj m-c3
thnttbu Liver in liulile to tc't out nt urIi-r to u
t?n.itcror l-us oitont, imJ v.!ifa tbla ocmrnlth
tmj0fnltliforit tn prnimrlr fullll 11 oUii'ii of ri
moln all objecttoaabfo it.bUt from tho ttoo'I.
liut ullov.slt toinisi tbrntiiih, earning wltb Itth'i
l olnunn of wblcb l( sliuultl bnvs btwo ritlli'T-d.
. . With lfflpuro DR. I. F. 8HER-VAH E
KE? ASH
eiUnllnoor(ti,ni..n S fell BITTERS.
ITopetlifper oral U SIB Xhs of yenrs
ni.KU)lo mrJnUlnj t-Vfl .! urnctlcof Vt.
nntl fur Ito
mtn,
iMiitlpPnr.
Hftllvo nod
Hint ol no 1
of remc die:
caQ huvo
lnt one of-
ti by their.
ITIOIBDt nc
itioa to de
'rnnm sad
PrlcklrA!
Elttcrs ncto
,nlroct!r or.
'Klttnoyp,
Stomach.
& Bowcle,:
la a mil'.t
rut oniL't v
ni a a a r.
Riid Ib r.n
lliotijilnns
orrordlut,
and it a
bycblldrBn
u adults.
ER8 U mwlleloo
OOil bttlOB unri'l voutnliln In llarnmnnalln itn
Html RtuitlmM with Lnnnfltlcl rpstiltn. ItUnst
rlitlmid aj m curo-nli, out (urdfrangemenU of
"rwno mnniion'-n. n ib a f-uacino oa sh
ft IU.UUO I'll Kll'lURrnnknatiovo allothr Dra.
Iinrntloos. Auk rrmr dnifdint far It, and Ktto It a
inir inm. n uo uiksuoati uu nana, am tuat u ut
dona lor Tua.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.,
SOLE PROPKXETO&S,
ST. L0U18 AND KANSAS CITY, MO.
tl red, worn
out liccm
titlnoted.i witbtundoQ
ry toPilos,
iloadncbe,
QickStom
ch,S:illov; Comului'ii
Kruptlone
nfBkln.clp.
are th-nlr'
I.lvorlsout
iifiird'r.nii(i
ft rumi'di !
rtlfH to
itt nnt'r-ni
n.ll.itlnu
itwlf of nil
nccumulii-l
tions, nnn
mitorft ltto1
its orlclaal
atrootrth
awl VlHor.
For all th!
"oropl otnt
f iblnUndi
thuro Is no I
wndljlns
tbut ngualal
BITTERS
CURES
AlLOIStASESCFTH
LIVER
KIDNEYS
STOMACH
AND
BOWELS.
ALL DRUGGISTS
rRICtlDOlLAR.
fefc STOMACH,- (tf
Bitteb5
Tlio kidney set
purifiers of tho
blood.andwlii'iitlii'lr
fuuctlons itrc liner
fcred with tliruiiKti
wcakncRs,t!icy nc d
toning. Tbcy La
conic healthfully ac
the by the ufce uf
IloMrttcr'n St'imnrh
Bliters. wln-iifitllinit
siturt of relief ftoin
OlllOr BOHI'IT... TlilS
tupt'rb BlIiiiiilniluK
tonic b1io prcvniu
and nrn'8l fever
and nmie, runsdp.i.
lloii,llvcrcoiiiiliilnt,
flyHt)is!:i, rbrm.ia
tUm mid utlirr all
lllC'llt. '() 11 tvltll
ri'Siiliirlty. Fi)rh;il
ly nil DnikvlHtH mill
Utjalur B-uucrully.
Aiiswf r This.
Is there a person living who ever saw a caw
f aimc btllousncsa, nervousness- or neuralgia,
ir auv dUi-JiFC of the stomach, liver or kidney
that ifol- nilUraivIll not cure!
My mntVr nys Ho) nilters is the only tlilK
Hint Bill k.t. hrr fronnevrrc attack, ot P
alvl ami li.'aihi-Iic. Ed. Omkjo Sun.
My little sickly, puny b.iliy,acbaup;cd lntu
1 Ureal bounchiR lw' anil I wa, rled from a
sick Ltd liv usiut! Iliip Hitlers a sli.prt time.
A Vol'XO Moturr
Xo list to wiirrv nl.out anv I.ivcr. Mdncy or
I'rlnarv TMiihlcv, especially Brlshfa Disease
or llial'ictea as ll'.p Hitlers never falls of a cure
where a cure Is pi.ssil.k-.
I had severe altacks of gravel ami kidney
trouble; was unal.l.' lo L',t any medicine or
doclor lo run' 1111' ui.lll I used Hop Hitters.
I'Uev eun.l in.- lu a short lliue.
T. R Arrr.
I'nliealtlivoi-lnuclliekMnevs cause gravel,
Hrlirlit's Disease, rlieuim'.llsin. mid a horde of
oilier serious and fatal diseases, which cmi be
prevented wllli Mop Bi'tcrc if taken In time.
f.udinlt.m, Mich.. Feb. !!. 1-T0. 1 have sold
Hop llillers for four vi als, and there Is no
ineilleine Hut surpass, s t:.ein for I.IH0U8 nt
tncks, kidney iumj'laiiits and all diseases inci
dent lo this iii-ilari.il i lim-il.'.
II. T. AixsAsnen.
Monroe. Mich.. Sepl. '!".. IT"'. Sins I havo
li.-.-ii lakiiiL' ll'.p Ifillers for Inllanunatiou of
ki.l.i.'Vs and bla. I'l. r. II has i.,ui- for ine what
four Honors fall. .l I" do cured inc. The
.'ll.-'' of the llilti rs se, iu-l like nia'le lo me.
W. L. Caiithk.
(ir.'.T -Your ll..i ll:lters have been of irreat
value to l:n. I w .1- lilt 1 up W'Mh Ivpli.iid for
ov.-r Iwo nii.i.ilis. e.n.l e-.uiil i:i l no relief unlil
1 Irl.il ..iir Mop llillers. To Ibose kUl.Vrlr.fr
Iroiu tlebililv ..r nnv one in fee!.!. lu-iillh.
eor.li.illv reeolmin P'l th.-i.l. l. C. Stoet.iu,,
ils l-'iilt'on st., t hi.-n'.'o. III.
LARGE PUBLIC SALE
OF
Short-Horn Cattle !
ON
Thursday, May 29, '84,
On the uliovo dite. nt my farm.i--l Joining
the town of
Lee's Summit, Jactson Coanty, fflo.,
1 Kill sell nt pulillc auction
100 Head of Short-Horn Cattle,
MOSTLY rf males, that for purltF of blood, In
dividual cxwlU'nw, milk und beer, are not
siti)-nei!. lei't-t-stMitli r nlMitit twenty of thetmt
Ktaihlfird fanillif -j. All old enough will hive calves
ut aide, or liavi hern bm Ut n No. 1 sire. The
Hilemild sln, U.tKON DI'M.L H7ri4H, pure Batfl.
flmithiit tin hful of my iird. I will also sell
QiirU rnrruislcrvil nml Cinide Jerftryn,
that I Imvt: hrnl lor my own tamlly use. Lee's
Summit l . J4 in Hut east of Karnns City, on the
MInmiiJ IMrlflc It. K. Jraint leave Kan.-asClty
nt4;uaiiuti:"l0ii. in. and rrinrn after the sale.
I will also have an extra train to leave union
dt'i'.'t, Karit-iiH city, ut n. ni. for the sale.
Train fiuin tit. l.inil. .Stiialla aud Carthage, Mo,,
aiilvent Lre's Summit at 7 anil 7:Ka. in.and
7;iij ami io :'' j. m. Ilntf I i:ioomiiioiiatloiis are
llniltctl, but arr;iiii;fiieiitrt havo been made with
private tHiiillk' to inkocart'of all person s wish
Ini; to 1 m hie tli nlifht lie fun und after the sale
nt lictel rates. Th sale will lm under cover, re-f-rrtkMs
ot ihv weather. Terms: ash. Lunch
tiouiuto ri oVloi'k, Sale at 12 o'clock uhar
L'atali.ur". nn application.
l. r. unit. Auct'r. w.t. in; a n. mi
CATARRH anil
flood for pamphlets
nml tcft linonluli uf
womlrrfnl riiroai no
cliarnoi only fur mad
cine.
ASTHMA CURE.
Medicine ient
to uny pari oi mo
li. o. vj riiinns,
with full direc
tion. For fur- i
tlier partk'iilarB, midn'M trnul-jflnj: ntntnp),
ivina. dh. r;onc.
11 Urudy vtroel, l)A IM OllT, IOWA.
Olil Estalilislicil, nml Ucllulilc.
For a -;i-c of Nl-:i:'irs 1. Mill. I IV. I'ai.Hlni
Vll.-il IV.-alsii. I....-; ..I M;mh i..r. I'l-olliiiliiru
I ..-:, A-. -'n..l t 1 .IV l( I I.KAIN In-al-
ini'i.t lall.-. I., i-iiii. rii..r.iii:li. I. i iiiant iit aii.l iilu-.n
:). l'r..uls, T,-,llnniiila!-au. Tr.-..!!-.-. t'litK.
'iil.il. 'I'm: Climax Mi:o.ri., A;-1. I.ill;is. Sill.
U.S.STAIIDAP.D.I
OF
5 TOM
WAilQil SCALES,
ii.-.: i
i3
J..SlJil..,-,,fl.-!f..-S;,t--
I'.ni 1.1.1 i ; .' 'I . ..,.-
.,i..... jnitsrrmi.riHiv'i'c
l:i..i.l....ul..n
ami
iv'glCal d a till
'AiTvCYi, J' ..'iu In ri-i .
W t tviri ms Si Treiitnicnt will
7&ftSrnm. Ni.t n f i...
-.jy. LAI
'1 ma or hmiil. Ap-
v-. A Sr
1- -li' V- U.5J
I 1 M L 1 -J1 runt, nt tip........
iD.-t'iitN l.y iiuill r.-ul-i-u-rcil.
tjfii.Horiiln-iirr.
tLV 1IU)TIII:US, l)ruB(;ut,, Onego.N.V.
ply Willi Finger.
(iivo it a Trial.
HAY-FEVER;
AT 4 PER CENT.
Iuiiic lift Interest lokriilup.
. f.eriif ity re-V " 1 -rtc cpt for interest, ami llirn nnly personal.
ll(lti. $:mi F-JHI 1.11
JOSEPH CI LETTS
STEEL PENS
Smear ALL OEALERSTnnouoHmrrTHE W0 RL0
G0L0 MEDAL ?A:nS EXP0SITI0N-ir;7n
AGENTS;
OSend:
liVbie.t". lit .urn, it.ii.i
riifv lintilcM.ltir1ii1-
inK iKtini-.K. HOMK,
ami HMAVfcS, prnna
llld pOOtfV ; liy 4Ykl t
iiithnrti Hi; fliFXolj. El-i-'anil-i
III . t ' 7A RrnA
;lforniilf.t,.Al0 ,10(10
'iiL.-il', Ih lliuuUiray.N. V
GOIJSlliPTSOIJ.
lliaTo a poilllvo ruuiLlly fur tliO oWo dlsuuo: by 1U
nso thoummli of casoi of th went kind and ol long
t inJInclinvo been ctirctl. Indoo J, tn itrnna In my fnlvK
In llmmrsi y, that I will renil TWO HOrn.Ka KIlftK t
pptlii-r wiui uVAI.l'Alll.K TIlHATIHHon this dlanaM. W
lui BUUwcr. UlvoKiiri'MBndr.-0.aiJTri'-j,
OX 1 A. bLUClM. 131 IVlBl., Sow Tort
9 X Bont ornnrly !W0 pige
I immcrouieoEraviiiM :r
kltfciccli irrTttt wlilch
ifioic comem jtlii i nt mrri(
I'lioum idowi iiuaareui oi
nnti.huwt-ocuro N'lrtnui
Itfliiliiy, ccnii.Ml Wcukiim. nc, lent Kcurtly t-ralsd
fnr.W tenia (n..nfy or pin!c ttampi.) Aihlreit Dr.
auuiuil, -Lor. iirondway ud Lucu At BU homMO'
WRIGHT'S
INDIAN VEGETABLE
PILLS
Care lleadnchc.Conitlpatlon, Cbllli and
Fever, and all Billon, Complaint.
all unuaaisTS. rnics as. ohntb a box.
& FERRETT, AOIXT.
m rtl Blreot, N.Y.
30 DAYS' TRIAL
DR. f
DYE'SI
A i.i-i i.M-i. nrn (nt oil 31 l)va' THul TO MKS
(XLY,YOtJX(l OH OLD, wlii Rro ulTirlnK froir
WkaKMssks, and nil iJlm'na-;of it KiNlnmnN ati k!
rciullliiK from Wiutkvkk Caui.rh, bpt'iily tvt
and complete rctn'milon lu Hkalth. Vitiou una
Manhood Guahantikd. Kt'tiU ut unco fur Ului
irbtcil I'Hinplilui trvr. Artili uu
V0LTAI0 BELT 00., Marshall, MicL
(III.KUUK.)
ENGINES,
lloriePoftn
"THf BEST IS OHIAPEST."
T U D C C U C D C SAW Mills,
i Usllll.llOfr,n.r.
HOW
ti mnkc
Ion tit milk: nnlv V. ,t ,:.r..
UAS&tU-.ta) Main Bl., KuuVlty. Slo.
Paints,0ils,5J!ar- Jo"wA.MrnosAi.nftco.
- lioli'-nli' ft ii rl rt'tnll ill1 nlrrs In ill
pAiNTeBB'.MATKBULB.CliH)e;uwnrbl..Ki.mii Ciiy
n ut. National I'-ububiuko Co., bt. Louli, Mo.
rfPlsrfsXElWKJI
"!iVcfesWf'iw.L. All
i-'Tlnlll run. Nn, un..n.in ....-
Easylniiw.
pu iiw.j in iiiiii. ii la i.n.. imrkiiK... Hunt for Cold
In III.. Hrail, 11, -Hilar ir. Ilialniw. liny Fever it '
finrcciiu. u-u liiiioisi,, ,,ri,vi,,fi
- I- llA.Kf.Tl.'K. Warren. Pa
w. nr. xi.-ic. c.
Win upplvlug 10 any of ihe above
.oclloa,., Wrl..forF,....raalP.n,p1,,l "'9' U n0t lM'Kot fMy thdtyou
Tu.iuiUMn Toior Co.. UMirji.id, dhio. eaw l"e advortieeuient In thle pupor.
I PURGATIVE
MS
.IFI- S.i.l r..,r , rl.ts in, I.I.tlculjIL
W. KulH-i-li. Manager. mi W. Hill nt. t'lnulnaetl, U.
iKw.m,iA.smvK-;,tC
"Commercial Block." S. W. Cor. I I tit & Main ftts.
AGENTS WANTFD "
tf it Sf.tirr HmHii
CA,?A.:!iJHV.l,u?-l'8'4:Vll,lhlrrtUl11"
oyer Bouoo told. T.u-tuiivi! n rltory aud tlio moil
Bollril or faded C.iiiln. Vctih, I'iiih,, Wiiiwi,, lirenc,,
Feelllen, elc, inudu lolook ki nn. Scndorprlcat!
pound, ;.r m-Trrn trom .mi. cnl-
i-!,. ..H).
AGENTS Hau W.: 'U""re ii.r.kiBlr,h
VllOIlT-llAtlD.TeleKrmiliyailook-lieeii.
" liiB tniiijliiaUlnrAMT B-rnATTOli'a Cilh'ti., Kl.
I.oii.a. Uiaduatca asautod topoalUona. Send fur tlr'lr,
WASTED nncrlmrnl Hook nd liihlo AnenlalD
" every i:ouniy. tlkml 8elarle. Petd J&!
atnllng experience. 1. o. Don 6. s., si. Kiilaf '
t(Aall..l mm faimr-HffADACBV. Slltnmnx. .11 ,mr.n . .
BLOOD toiSOM, fd . Bkln DI.,Ma (ONB PILL A DOSBK For JmalB ramnn"!11 ?J AIa-A.
RVJ?rMlliiM.tF:"lOT. ,
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