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THE WEEKLY RECORD.
WASHINGTON. Acting upon the information that aoarpo of , raps had recently been ia?wd by the state! quarantine officers of the port of New York, ! the secretary of the treasury baa Instructed the collector of customs of tlmt port to allow no ras to Iw linpnrUii unless positive proof Is prwluccd that they came from non-infected ports and arv In themselves entirely free from Infection. The fact that a viaw. has a clean bill of health am) ban been jrlvi-n a permit to pass hy the local quarantine officer, Is not to Iw cousitlcrcd coiuluslve proof of the non Infected condition of her vargo. These In structions are Imnnl on a i-liiuw in the sundry rivll hill, authorizing the president to spend a sum not excecdini: liio,0i)O, to naintain quarantine at points In danifiT and to aid the state and local hoards In preventing aud sup pressing the spread of threatened or actual epidemics. The surgeon general of the Marine hospital service, has advised that the Importation of rags Ik' totully prohibited for the present at letM, Itemise us he says they are cum pun inns of (lit It and disease, uo matter from what quarter of the world thev come, and so are always liable to convey disease. The total VH.ues of the exports of domestic cattle, hoes and sheep, imrk nnd dairy prt ducts for six months mded June IiO, $4:1,S17, 41ilacaint JM.W.Tm in the same period last year. The beef and pork products during the elpht months ending .luue :l were 57.7U,.W, against 7,tp7t,41 In the enm'smillng time in 1'1. Dairy product for the two month end ue .Time 30 were ,tVi,HC4l, against t-V-XM-'O for the same time last year. The numler of Itiimiirnu.ts arrived for the ymr cmllng .lime U) were ;Y.,XH, being 2AW less than the pre mllng fiscal year, mid 'yf),.i U than the Jeur etihng .lime IKI, In nr.h r to ;ivcrt, as much as puible, n cin llnued decrease in the gold reserve, wlilch now amount to a little over $117, IHXI.Oih), Vt,m pared with lU'AtKHMNIi) on the tlrit of Miiy.it has been decided to restrict the further pay ment of cold certificates from the treasury, and, where posdbie, to make payment n in other funds than guM on its Immediate paper representative. The tniiMiry department 1ms taken cp. to di feat the scheme of a iltstillltig company at Des Moines, which Is en trailed In shlmiiiii: hplrits to Camilla, under an exrt bond, and attcmptlni: to bri-g them back intuthe I'nited Stales withoiit unloading them. Ttie secretary of war has notiiird the Indian bureau that order had Iweti Issued to eie ill intruders from the Indian Territory. CASUAL A tire at Cat left aburjr, Kentucky, Sunday morning, resulted in quite a calamity, from a falltmr wall catehiTiL' a number id men. Hob Mil'cr was taken out alive, but died Imme diately, -lohn (iraham died after re-cue. havid Niniicr had Ins b et burned off aud was dead when found. Janus McKenir, Samuel Kelly, .lohn linger and Charles llaler were rescued in a precarious n million, and others are tlmUL'hl to be buried under the ruins. Tlie Atlantic const was visited by an earth quake Sunday afternoon. New York and Hrouklyn wrre severely shaken for ten seconds hy an unseen force. The Hmoklyu bridge trembled, street curs were upturned and houses badlv damaged. The hock was felt at I'hHtt-! delphia, Baltimore, Hod ton and other points ' During a lire in a tenement house In Churl, on street, New York, Iweiity-thrce occupants escaped to the roof In (heir night clothes or were taken out on ladders by the tiremen. At Connor's Station. Pennsylvania, live per sons wen driving across the railway truck, when a locomotive cut the carriage Into frag ments and killed four of Its occupants. A staning on the seventh tory of anew build ing on Trcinont street. HoMon, gave way with two masons, (,ne of whom was killed omright and the other received fatal Injuries. A passenger train on the Missouri Pacific and Texas railroad was derailed and ditched near Whftesboro, Texas, whereby several per sons were injured several seriously. Two miners were killed and a third was fa tally injured hy the fall of twenty-five tons of top-coal tu the colliery at Shenandoah, Penn sylvania. John B. Carter, for iWty years a druggist at Augusta, (ieorgia. was burned to death hy the explosion of a kerosene lamp in his bed-room. A severe hull storm in Lancaster, Pennsyl vania, did much damuge to buildings, iH-stdes destroying the tobacco crop. At r.ima. Ohio, cx-Sheriil Colhalh and Mrs. l.eatherman were killed by their horse spring lug In-fore a freight train. Four men were drowned by the linking of thr steamer Martha Stephens In the Missouri river, near Hoonvllle. A lire In Schmidt's label and lithographing house, in San Francisco, destroyed property valued at tHUM). Th loss of Baldwin locomotive woiks In Philadelphia, Is estimated at $Uk,OU0; fullv iusured. CR1M E. John C. 9. Harrison, the Indianapolis bank cr, has been Indicted hy the grand jury fm finlHv.zb iiient. Ills hail was rediictd to flit, 1110, and the police were withdrawn from hla house when the Ixmdwas signed hv his brother-in-law. The receiver of Fleteiier ite Share's bank gives the opinion that debitors w H, paid at least 75 per cent of their claims. The mate of the schooner Julia Baker, who has turn j.eronatltig the dead captain, w us ar rested at -Key West and held in $.!,( 10 for trial In the federal court, lie states that Captain Uwis expired on the slx'h dav out from I'ldla delphia, when the vessel's course was changed and her cargo of lumber and flour frudulently 1 disposed of. William Sma't, from Scotland, who has been stopping at a small hotel on Fourth avenue, Chicago, was miring Friday night robbed of money and draffs niununilng to tr,(K)0. A waiter named John Weaver was' arrested on suspicion, and nearly the full sum was found on Ids person. Sixty saloons arc doing business at Council BlulTs and will continue until their owners sre convicted in the district court. Many of ifte liquor dealers of Otlumwa are selling open ly and drunkenness has visibly Increased since the prohibitory amendment took effect. In PlttsImrgV, the other morning, Alexander Mcrrlman went to the rcKidcuce of Benjamin Moore, and after a brief conversation, shot him through the lungs. He then surrendered at tli mayor's office, but refused to make any statement of the matters leading to the affair. W. S. Covclt, now In jail at Franklin, Ken tucky, for a criminal assault on bis daughter la guarded by a special force of fifty citizens summoned by the sheriff. The county Judge appealed to (Jovcrnor Knott to order out the militia to prevent a lynching. Lieutenant J. O. Mackcy, of the third cav tlry, has been convicted of beating; an officer's tervant without provocation, and will be con fined to the limits of the reservation at Fort U-aveuworth for eight months and forfeit a KiO of his pay. About a do n white citizens of Fairfax. V rghila, on receiving Information that a young j;nh was N'tiijf loiiowen nomc in the country h a in gro. rode out and captured the Till n In, who was given one hundred lashes on the hare hack. Near NcwoomerMow n, Ohio, Wilson Wood ruff and Vincent Barbc, two prominent farm ers, quarrelled over an old grudge, and In the affray Barbc threw a stone and knocked Woodruff down ami then beat his brains out It la assert d that Frank E. Everett, the Golden, Colorado, banker, who committed suicide three weeks ago Is short In his accounts with depositors $100,000. His life was Insured for $.j0,0(XI. At an election booth In Lexington, Ken tucky, George Stewart was shot dead by a une-armcd gambler named James G. Gecrs. There were several other bloody affrays In that my. Morton, the missing assistant postmaster of Brooklyn, who baa probably gone to Europe, proves to have altered the pay-rolls sufficiently to realize the petty sum of 9400. In the neighborhood of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, three farmers at different point bare suffered the loss of wheat-fields Irotn fires set by Incendiaries. WUlard Sherman, sod of a leading lumber man of Ean Claire, was shot dead, Sunday nlgbt, while robbing an orchard three miles outside the city. Tbc cable chronicles the failure of Miller A Son, flax-spinners, of Belfast, and Hatfield & C"., ship-brokers, of Llrerpoo). Hutch In, the San Francisco woman stran ger, hu beet! KMfPW) tobDg on September FOREIGN. With the barbaric habeas corpus of El Mchdl running against him, and cut oft from the succor bis govemmeut should long since hare furnished him, there has cubic to General Gor don at Khartoum, like a Manitoba wave at the close of a torrid summer's day, a message from the sultan of Xanzlliar soliciting the pleasure of his company. General Gordon's gratitude, however, will te tempered by the reflection that acceptance of the proffered hos pitality would involve a journey of nearly three thousand miles through "the dark continent," accompanied by perils scarcely less imminent than those that surround him In the Soudan. Consul .Mason, of Marseilles, sends an of ficial statement that medical science and sani tary bkill have made but liltle progress In dealing with Asiatic cholera. The press dis patches show th it the epidemic is slowly spreading over Franee and Italy, while two hundred persons in Lancashire have liecn at tacked by what is known as English cholera. It Is positively slated that negotiation bo-1 tween France and China were broken off last Sunday. An Indemnity of about i'700,000 was ottered anil refused. Twelve Chinese gunboats have been placed in working hisI- llou at rin-t how. Mine r reneli transports have embarked troops aud stores at Brest for Toniti!n. Admiral Lespcs, with live vessel of the French Hjuadh-n, b-nnlmrded and captured the town of Kclung, on the Island of Formosa. The French minister announces that the occu pation ot the place can be chortcned by tbc Chinese agreeing to pay an indemnity of eighty million francs In ten yearly in-talhueiits. The trade and l.ibi.r organizations of Humil t'in, Ontario, Monday brmed a processlou over a mile in length. A special feature was the participation of women cotton nnd shoe operatives. Henry (b orge appeared In a car riage. A picnic at the Cnstal palace termin ated the proceedings. Advices from Manitoba Mate that the harvest is now well under way aud the wheal eroi eellcnt. The province will have a surplus for export of over .i.DOII.IMKI lm-lels. I lie season experience proves that much territory in the province of Manitoba considered sterile is ex ceedingly fruitful. Only one death from cholera occurred at Toulon Tue-day. Five thousand refugees ; from MarM-ille hare returned to their homes. I hie else of cholera Is reported at Geneva, ami the epidrinie has appeared In seven towns of Udv. William O'Brien, editor of Vn-tnl IrtUuM, dt clares that he will never pav tlie judgment for tM,o."si pronounced giin-t him in favor of Crown Solicitor It lton. If an nppeal be n fused, h- nil! tile a petition in bankruptcy. Three packages of dynamite were put iM the postoflice hi Nottingham, F.ugland, wrapped In Ilk rixhinnn. a lieu simper. It wan expected tlie postal clerk In stamping the package would cause an explosion. The Cuban treasiirv having been drained to the bottom, the ollieials lctvc cabled to Madrid fr periiil ion to suspend the burning of fJHI.Otio tu bank bills, which, according to law, niiht take place monthly. A reform demonstration at Birmingham, F.ngUiid, attracted two hundred thousand sons. The process!- u wa- In nine divisions, and among those inarching wete John Bright and Joseph Chamberlain. The inissliigsteamer Lydian Monarch, which left London three weeks ago with Wi passen gers, put in at St. John s. Newfoundland, Sat un lav. One of her engines faded on the (Irnt week of her vovage. Genera! Trevino will accept the war port folio In the Mexican cabinet, having reached atlsfaetory agreement with President Mia. before the election. It i. believed that Trevino will he the presidential candidate In the next campaign. The oprning session of the French constitu tional congr.'ss, composed of 'he two tranches of parliament, refused to listen t.i the scheme of revision, and Minister Ferry Mispended tlie sitting. Ojieen Vlebiria gave f H n mid the prince of Wales contributed fioto a fund to defray the expetwof sending a volunteer artillery h am to CJuebcc. The amount required was ipiiekly raised. Marseille reports twenty-eight deaths from cholera Mondav. The fact that the swallows and spirrows still keep away from the city is held to be evidence of n contaminated ittnios phrre. A dispatch from Loudon says the lord mayor . entertained the representatives of foreign na-1 tlon nt a baii'piet In the Mansion houv. Senator Ferry r.-proeutcd the I'nited State. A hurricane at ebaMitpul killed twelve per Mins aud dldureat damage to property. There was a hall-storm In two districts of Austria, w hich swept away a number nf buildings. A hen coop has been picked up in the Bay nf Biscay, with two dead men tied upon it, sup posed to be member of tlie crew of (iejohn, recently run down by the Saxham. t A house at Vllhird, Fails, Turin, near Brides les Bains, was struck by lightning. The tlames spread rapidly and ninety houses were burned before it could be subdued. The police of Vienna are alarmed over the prevalence of Incendiary llres, ami they believe that a conspiracy has been formed todestroy the main building of the capital. Kussiau government has issued a circular In principals of schools in Russia, holding thetn rcponlhlc for any revolutionary tendencies of their scholars mav have. Captain llofer, nf the Austrian army, who won high honor in several campaigns, killed his wife at 1'ressberg and then took his own life. The portc has Informed England that there is no Interruption or restrictions upon the tar iff tn the Black sea, through the Dardanelles, It is rumored in London tlmt the duke of Bedford is at mil t to demolish Convent (iarden theater to widen the approach to the market Germany ha declined the invitation nf Portugal, to enter a conference for the dis cussion of the Congo river question. At a consistory to be held at Home In Sep tendwr the pope will deliver an allocation nnd create several cardinals and biithops. The queen nf Madagascar has declared negn tiatlous with the French nt an end, and or dered her people to prepare for war. V. . Hmlliert, formerly proprietor of Thr Sew Jrv Itor'o1, was manied tn Miss Cather ine I'. Tracy in England Saturday. It is now made public that there were num erous cases of cholera In Marseilles' hospitals last year nnd the fact kept secret. Higgar, the Irish home ruler, declines to at tend the Monaghan meeting in Ireland next week if DaviU Is present. 1 he Belgian chamberof deputfesha adopted a bill providing for the rcnewul of diplomatic relations with the vutlcan. The British house of commons, by a vote of 174 te 14, appropriated .tUHUHH) to the London exposition. A German gunboat is pursuing the English fishing smacks off tlie east ci inst of England. Official records show that VM) have died of cholera In southern France this season. Sir Erasmus Wilson, a well-known medical writer In England, died Saturday, A number of fresh cholera ease are reiMirted at Rome and other Italian cities. Heat has increased the mortality among holera paticnU at Marseilles. Twenty-four deaths from cholera in Mar seilles Friaay. Captain Payne and Cooper, editors of the paper, and several other old offenders, arc bound aud on their way to Fort Smith. Cattle receipts are running very heavy. On last Monday the station receipts ran ovei $4,500. Six thousand persons gathered In the am phitheater at Chautauqua Tuesday evening to open the eleventh session of the osscmbly, which continues until August -5. Among tbc speakers were Bishops Fallows and Bowman, and Kamehandra Bose. The gate receipts, which are applied solely to the payment of expenses and Improvement of the grounds aic larger than ever lieforo. The authorities of Topeka put two disrepu table negresses at work cleaning the street with a party of male vagabonds, and us one of theni showed resistance a hall and chain were attached to her leg. The colored people gath ered on Kansas avenue by hundreds, showing great excitement, and at night they held a meet I tig and passed resolutions denouncing the mavor. Professor Stevenson of the Smithsoniau In stitution has gone with a party of explorers to the region of the Cliff and Cave dwellers to nuke a collection nf relics and curiosities to be taken to the New Orleans cotton centennial exposition, The explorations arc to he made In Arizona ami New Mexico ami conducted In part among villages never before visited. The bodies of the olliccrsand men lost In the Arctic expedition were Friday received at Governor's Island hv Secretary Lincoln aud Generals. Sheridan and Hancock, the forts tir ing a salute. Lieutenant Grcelj will next Thursduv le received with rare honors at New- burvporl, Massaclnuctts. The secretary of tin' IVnnsvlvaahi board of agriculture discovered Texas fever in one herd f cows in a township near Lancaster,' and found plcuro-pncuunmia in another lot a few iiiih sdist.mt. He gave order for the killiuu of several animals, und hint tin' remainder placi d in qiiarautlne. Tin' Minnesota state statistician now esll i;i, Her the wheat crop at 4o,0,iNi0 bushels, nu increase of (i,(HKU)J0 bushels over earlier esti mates. Abundant rains caused a wonderful growth of straw, ami the late warm weather unexpected fullness and weight of heads, The democratic otatc committee of Indiana announce Wade Hampton, Carl Sehurz. and Senators Blackburn, Biyard, and Vest among their campaign speakers. The republicans have secured Senators Frye nnd Hale, aud Congressman John S. Wise, of Virginia. Mr. O'Monnell, the California crank, having aum-unced tu Washington that he would aban don two leper on the streets, orders have lircii given to have him arrested and his sanity de termined. The railway ntllclals have no know l edge of leprous consignment. Judge Hayes, of Clinton. Iowa, released a liquor-seller who had been lined and commit ted by a Justice of the peace. The effect of this decision is to take all liquor cases to the di-trlcl courts for trial on indictment hv juries. Louis Peterson, Sr., H3 years of age, passed tway Monday in Pittsburgh. He was one of the proprietors of Ihv lirst daily paper, assisted in founding the boaid of irude, ami was large ly interested in the iron and cotton Industries, Tin1 police at Mattoou, Illinois, have Issued orders forbidding tudic? to wear Mother Hub bard dresses, unbelted, under (K'nalty of ur rest. A crusade against that style of garment Is reporteil In other towns In that section. The people of San Antonio, Texas, have guaranteed flT.r,UH toward the cost or 140 miles of railway to Aransas bay on the Gulf of Mexico, with the dcslgu of creating n rival city to Galveston. John H. Mawson, a clerk In the pension bureau at Washington, who died Saturday, weighed pounds. Hisliody has been placed fu a grape arbor until a colli n can lie manu factured. The failure are announced of George W. Jacoby ; Son, extensive marble-dealers of Philadelphia, und Shinier, Pretz it Co., pro prietors nf a woolen-mill at Alleiitown, Penn sylvania. The creditors of the Sprague manufacturing company, Providence, Ithodc Island, have de manded of Chaffee, the tiuttcc, a full and complete settlement of the affairs of the estate. Three nun engaged In posting socialistic proclamations in New York were lined each, and Justus Schwab took the arnuunt from his vest pocket and set the offenders free Severjl hundred representatives of the col- oied militia of the respective states have gathered at Kaiisar City to go into camp under General Hiram Merzy, nf St. Louis. The famous cannon "Old Klckapoo" wat purchased for fll'J from a Chicago junk di aler by the Kansas Historical society, and w ill be shipped back to Topeka. Kobert E. Carpenter,of Hodge City, Kansas, has been aprointcd superintendent of the National park cf the Yellowstone, vice P. H. Conger resigned. A daughter nf Lloyd Tevls, of San Francisco, having obtained a divorce from a ton nf John C. Breckinridge, has married a son nf ex Senator Sharon. Shipments eastward by mil from Chicago during the past week fell off to 'J4,WiU tons, of w hich the Lake Shore road carried over is per cent. The Pennsylvania Fuel company struck n gas well within cltv limits at lloiucwond, said to equal the celebrated Westinghouee well. Bmgg's Iron brigade will hold a reunion at Lancaster, Wisconsin, August '-'S. Generals Gibbon and Falrchlld intend to he present. Captalu H. V Throop, one of the pioneers of steamboat navigation on the lakes, died at Pultneyville, New York, In his 75th year, Ih'V. Mr. J. P. Hammond, rector of St, George's church, Baltimore, dropped dead Sat unlay, from heart disease. Thomas Dickson, president of the Delaware and Hudson Canal company, has just died. He was Insured for ?'J2,(Hio. The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul rood reports an Increase of $ s.(H:o in lbs earnings for the fourth week of July. I he governor of Montana has Issued a pro clamation quarantining against Texas cattle from northern ranges. A large ga well wa discovered In West moreland county, Pennsylvania, three miles from Irwin station. Total numlicr of persons drowned by the sinking of the Btcainer Diana, ou tbu Thames, was twenty-three. A merchants cotton exchange has been or ganiml In Little Uock, Arkansas, "MONKEYING' HORSES. How Old Haeki Are Made to Sell for Flrst Clasi Animals. During the recent races a colored in dmriiml who has had n long exper ience among race horses nnd is con nected with one. of the prominent sta bles now in the circuit, in u conversa tion told how horses could bo made to change their natures nnd actions in more ways than one. The colored jockey had read an article in hist Sun day's hratler as to how an equiue's teeth could be nxed up to make mm look young, and while he agreed in the in ;t in that the subject was proper ly namllcil, lie made tun statement that the teeth alone was a secondary matter, and that other methods could be worked in at great measures better than the one suggested in the article. Said he: 'I will give you a few point ers that may be of advantage to your horse-loving and linrse-ileanng readers that mav be of interest to them. In cither selling or purchasing a 'horse;' lor instance, to niako mm appear as though ho were foundered, take a line wire and faster it tight around the fet locks, between the foot ami the her), and smoothe the hair over it: in twentv minutes the horse will show lameness. Do not leave it on over nine hours. To make a horse go lame, take a single hair from its tail, put it through the eye of a needle, then lift tlie front leg and press tlie skin between the outer and middle tendon, or eon), and shove the the needle throughout oil' the hiir on each side and let the foot ''own, and the horse will go lame in twenty minutes. To make a horu stand by his food ami not take it grease the front teeth and the roof of his mouth with common beef tallow, and tie will not eat until you wash it out. Tu cure one of 'crib or sucking wind, saw be tween the upper teeth to the gums. If you desire to put a young counte nance on an old stager make an iuei-sim-iti the sunken place, ovwrlhe eve, insert the point of a goose ipiill, and blow it up, close the external wound with a thread and the job is com pleted. To get rid of the heaves in a horse, give him a dose of about a quarter of a pound of bird-shot, ami he will not heave until they pasa through him, ami that will be for sometime. If you desire to give the animal the appear a nee of having the glanders, melt four ounces of fresh butter and pour it into one end of his ears, and he will shortly after portray all the svmptoms of a bad case of glanders, 'l'o distinguish between distemper and glanders, the discharge from the nose in glanders will sink in water, and in distemper it lloats. If you desire tn purchase a true-pulling horse cheap, and if the party i desirous of selling, if you are at all smart in a inekev trick, von can easily maneuver to make tlie animal a alky one by taking or.e ounce of tlie tincture of canthartdes, one dram of corrosive sublimate and bathe his shoulder at night; he will remain balkv for a day r two. To put a imc horse in shape, make a small in cision about half wav from the knee to the joint, on the outside of the leg. ami at the hack part oi the siiiu hone von will lind a small whito tendon or cord; cut it oil" ami close the external wound with a stitch, and he will walk nfVonthe hardest pavement and not limp a particle. To tame an unruly horse, take oil of cinnamon, nil of rhodium and horse castor; keep sepa rate in air-tight bottles; rub a liltle of the oil of cinnamon on your hand, and approach the horse on the windward side, so that he can smell tlieeiuua' mnn: the horse win then let vou come up to him without trouble; rub yotii hand gently on the horse's no-c, ! gelling a little oil on it: he will follow you; give him a little of the castor on a piece of sugar or apple, jrel a few drops of the rhodium on Ins tongue uul he is vour servant, lie will fol low vou like a dog," After thanking the horse-hair smelling individual for hi.i information and tossing a bowl of gin into him, the writer bade good-by. with the reminder from him Um-lv: Shuah, boss, dose faes are straight goods, and manva carl wheel l'se put n mv wallet by de monkeying of lem.'V- Pttt.sliunji 'l.r.nthr. The Rocky Moon talus. In a recent interview with a Denver reporter, Mr. W. U. Jackson, the dis tinguished photograph artist, who was photographer for the Haydon survey, enumerated many of the grand scenic features of Colorado, specially enlarg ing on the grandeur of Hoyal Gorge of the Grand Cauoa of the Colorado, on the Denver and Hio Grando Haihvav. He expressed the belief that mountain excursions would becorao moro popu lar from year to year as people learn that this country affords attractions of climate and scenery surpassed no where in the world. From the plains at Denver or Pueblo it is only a few hours ride, during the hottest day in midsummer, to where snow banks He el o so beside the railroad track, and where tho atmosphere is marvelously pure and clear. The Hio Grando road, though not built with a view to scenic e flee is, could hardly havo been more wonderful had romantic scenery been the sole object sought. Poisonous Dyes. London 7Y:r.s: The danger of wearing next the skin articles of clothing dyed with substances obtained from bezol and other products of coa! tar has been declared many time in our col umns in letters from medical men. who have given instances of the ill ell eels caused through the absorption by tlie skin of these irritating and poisonous compounds. Their warnings are re peated and illustrated in a case of ex hibits sent to the Health Kxhibition by an authority on skin diseases, Mr. dames Starlin, M. K. '. S. In this case, which will be found in the dress section in the cast iptadrant, near the entrance from the conservatory, are specimens of some of the beautiful ani line colors, rosaniline, magenta, vio let red, methyl violet, Bismarck violet, &c, and gloves and stockings dyed with the substances by which these hues are olttamcri that, in cases com ing under the treatment of the exhibi tor, hail produced eruptions on the skin of women and children, in some instances of a very severe character, lielow are shown manv vegetable dvc stulVs, and gloves, stockings, aud other porlioitsof dress dyed with them, from winch no ilanger ot tlie kiml need he apprehended. Consumption. Notwithstanding tho great number who yearly succumb to this terrible and fatal disease, wmen is uany wind ing its fatal coils around thousands who aro unconscious of its deadlv presence, Dr. Tierce's "Golden Medi cal discovery11 will cleanse and purify the blood of scrofulous impurities, and cure tubercular consumption (wmcn is only scrofulous discaso of the nine's) Send three letter stamps and get Dr. 1'iercc s complete treatise on consump tion and kindred affections, with numerous testimonials of cures. Ad dress, World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Seasons Forecasted. A preponderance of blue in the spectrum of twinkliti stars has been found by Mons. I'll. Montigny, of Brus sels, to indicate the presence of aque ous vapors in the air, and to he an infallible sign of rain, while a deficiency of blue and a preponderance of green and violet show that the air is in un ab normally dry state. From such indica tions he predicted that 1hh; would be a drier yea, in Brussels than tho e which had immediately preced'-d it, and his prediction was accurately ful tilled. llelving on the persistence of this same sign, he now announces that the period of wet years, which com menced in lM"ti, has passed, and that a series of liner and drier seasons may be expected. Further results of Mons. Motitigny's attempts to roughly fore cast the character of coming seasons will be awaited with much interest. THE COLUMBUS BUGGY COMPANY. The Host Extensive and Sncceisfal Establish ment In the World. It U with genuine gratification the Journal note the eplcndid eurcesi ot this great con cent through Ita branch houst, 0)1 Walnut street. luriutl)o three years oi Its experience here it ha more than exceeded the expectation! of the company, aud to-day It stands foremost among the dispensers of carriage work through out the entire Western country. The company are the largest manufacturers of hnggles ana cpring vehicles In the world, their aim being to make- the best possible work at tlie lowest prices, and their enormous facilities, their am fie capital and sujierior management baa thus ar enabled them to produce vehicles ot excel lent style, good quality and endurance at prices much below what tho same class of work has been produced bv other makers. This fact has so effectually demonstrated itself ' that their trado is not nly enormous, but steadily increasing. The manufacturers say uiey maKO no uisuccuon in meciass oi wora, do matter how many thousands they turn out. They simply produce their standard tho very best and guurantce all their vehicles uncount ed In quality and price. Tho branch house here has been Biucc it oneninir under the man agement of Mr. A. Znrtman, whose ability has been demonstrated In Its successful conduct and creatlv Increased business each year, and has done much to add to the high repute of trie csiaousomcni ana company no represents. Dealers and lirervinen all over the AN est can save money by calling upon or addressing him at 806 Walnut street, Kansas City, where a full tine oi styles are always on nana. IS I ,-1, 6. f W US w A i RIGHTS tNDIAfcf VEQETM -PLUS- ratcnti In KanBiu and Missouri. Patents for seventeen Tears from Auirust 5. 18S4, were Issued by tbc jjoverninent upon tbe following devices, to citizens of the above Btutes, and were reported especially for tills paper ly J. u lltguon, solicitor oi patents aua attorney tor patentees, jusuraucu Buuuiug, Kansas City, Mo. : Carriatie'axle, Charles Zens, 3t Louts, Mo.; Flv screen. Charles Wbltaker. t. Louis. Mo. : Self closlnR hatchway, U. I). Tbackstun, St. Louis, Ma; ivnocK aown lame, d. ll. orn- broek, St. Louis, Mo. ; Street pavement, Henry Dnt...tA. U 1 f Ilnu. nlln 11 T Peters, St. Louis, Mo.; Meat cutter, Chnrles Kiescr. St. Louis. Mo.; liiii: fastener. K. H. Ludington.St. Louls,Mo. ; Muehine for bundling wood, L. II. Converse, St. Louis, Mo. ; Air compressor, D. A. Kristin, St. Louis, Mo. ; Kcraedv for hoc cholera. It. II. Conns. Marlon county. Mo.; Killing saddle, Phillip Hnhn, Se dans, .tio.: cotton cultivator nnu cnotiper, J. V. lMicrts. Moodv. Mo.: Chum. .1. 11. Htscy, Emporia, has.; Harrow auu cultivator, fi. vt . Alien, aeueca, cas. Eastern Marble and Granite Works. Original designs a specialty. Send for cata logue and full particulars, Hahry K. lUltKER, 211 East Twelfth St., Kansas City, Mo. IlnrtieU Wire. If yen have bnrlic.l wire fenrp.. keep Veterlnsry Csrli'illsnlvo In vntirsliililf.. ll 1. 1 lie lic.l mnnly for wuiimliuf all kind., ft', inn) I IUi':inut ilniiiKl.'.or by mail. J. W. CU1.E is uo., Watt liiver KalU, Wis. BTOP THAT TEItltim.E COCflH.-KverT can of consumption eoiniiii'iirps with n counh, occa sioned by linviea Ulken cold, which if allowed to run its course will soon work iH way into the air pnssattes did thru to the liiints, if not chccki! by some such vttbialile con'h remedy as Km.fht'b KXTIl.MT OK T.Mt AM' Will) I'UK.IIKT. Which 18 nnrivall'-d for all disia- of tlie throat and limits, Sive d nun Tun- spills of siekness nnd eipi-HMVi' doctor s till by tnhiii'i this vnliinblo nu di. in.' in wu-tui. Ak yuliritilri: t for it. WIIKN Il(!ISI':WANI)l'.VrTl.r:aro miriUcss. seniL'ity ami fivhle, tliey neiil treatment with Vin-le Sum's t 'l'iiilitiiui Pnwiler. It purities the blood, iniprnvcs the iti.rtite. cures rol.lis und ltsTl:Ml'Uis. iii vie..r;il"h i he system and will keep the animal in it Invln.y. Iniiulsimie comlilion. lt.W!Nt 'HI-XL'S TKKTIilNtl M'ltUPis jnt the inrili'-ilii' fur inn! In r-i to have in the house for the children. It will cure euilnhi hi., sure tlineit iifiil r. ituliiti' lln leiw. l-i. Do not fail to jive it a tiinl. i.ti will be jili'i.n'.lwitli it charm. Ult; elteet. Sold by all dmtints. HAv-Ft:vKit. I was uilltt-teil for twentv vears witli Hiiv-1-ever. I used hlv a Cream llalm with favorable results, and can recommend It to all. KnnnitT W. 10WM.KT, (ui-mayor) juizuociu, a.i- MISCELLANEOUS. The. Oklahoma settlers were driven nut Thursday, tlielr leaders arrested and their town burned to the ground. A Iltiunewcll special says: The printing odlec was burned and the press and material sent to Fort Smlik with Captain Payne and 0. 1). Cooper, and the couor placed under heavy guard. Two com panles of cavalry, under command of Captains Mooro and Valols surprised the camn park Thursday morning and arc now bringing lit all "boomers." Tbc parties who bare been caught In the territory a second time arc to be sent to Fort Smith. All others arc now being put across the lino Into Kansas. Major Lyons, the attorney fer thj Cherokee nation, Mr. Rogers and Mr. Green of the Cherokee nation were on the grounds and superintended the movement. Major Lyons and A. E. gchnell struck off the last copy of the Oklahoma CMtf, that was Just ready for the press. A Hunncwell special, of tbc 8th Instant, says: Captain Moore, with two hundred cav alry are scouring tho Indian Territory for "Boomers." Over two hundred settlers were turned loose In town last night. The excite ment Is Intense over the burning of Captain Payne's town In tbe territory and ttockmea are Jubilating over It, Marshals Payner and Rctllon are kept busy keeping tha no)) down, Substitute- fm' lliiiinin Milk, lloston Ikrtthl: One of tho n:ost notublo discussions on tilt! substitutes for human milk in oliiM icn's diet is that which took plan) nt tho forty, fourth meeting of (ierinnu lt:it tiralints and lornum physicians nt Salzburg. A commission had been previously ap pointed to prepare papers, the discus sion being direetcd to two points, viz: 1. The substitution often tural, un aipilteratetl animal (cow's) milk, for I lie human milk, und its production. 2. The sttbs'tilution of artilieial foods, with or without milk, for tho natural milk their nature nnd value. After earnest discussion for two days, the conclusion reached in regard to artifi cial footls was expressed in a unanim ous resolution, "that these preparations can in no wnv be substituted for moth er's milk, nnd, as exclusive foods during tho lirst ycarnre to bo entirely and completely rejected." Cow's milk was declared to bo tho onlv substitute for human milk, nnd every effort should bo mutle to insuro lis purity nnd goodness. The Iti'itlgcs of l'ittshiii'gli. Pittsburgh Vlironirl'--'l' lnrtph: With I lie completion of the Seventh street bridge Pittsburgh will be one of the most notable points in the world for the examination of bridge architecture. The old stone structure, involving the heavy arch ami the keystone, one of the earliest forms of space construc tion known, is not represented here, but all modern ideas in bridge build ing are most beautifully excmplilied. This city will shortly become a resort for those requiring instructions in bridge forms, ami it is a source of hon est pritle that we already havo such a diversity of the very "best designs known to modern engineering. The Point ltridgo has but one other like it in Hit! world, and that is in Austria. It is acobination of steel anil iron that forty years ago would be recognized as one of the wonders of the world. The new Smilhlicld street hriilr; is also magniticcntwork of metallic architect ure, ami the Sixth slreet wire bridge is, without exception, the "prettiest" structure of tho kind on the continent. In the sweeps of its cables, its mina retlo ' towers and the curve of each span there is something so pleasing to the eye that the bridge fastens itself on the memory of all who cross it. Sin gular it may seem, the most " notable bridge of the entire number is one that tltracts the least, attention. As "art work in timber," the Ninth street bridge is a curiosity. It is so braced, tunneled nnd keyed that il is unexcep tional piece of mechanical ingenuity. Tlie railroad brigdes, also, crossing both rivers are worthy thu careful study of engineers. There nrc few cities in the world where mechanical effects can be studied willi more satis factory results than in Pittsburgh. .T..-..I. it .I.,.,.,.. rUr,.,.,r r v,..!.,,, rn has had a son euri d of congenital club feet nt nrs. Diekersnti A Mark surfin-al Institute nt jvansas uuy. rrjWI'YTHE BLOOD with Eilert'a Daillitlit Liver Pills. They net directly on tho Liver, Btomaen ami ttowels neinir muu ana cleanBtng out never griping or painitu. Tho XZey to Health. USE WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, Which PURIFY THE BLOOD and CTJKK ALL BILIOUS COMPLAINTS. Perfectly oafs to take, being I'UIiKLY VEGETABLE WORLD'S FAIR NEW ORLEANS Will be open to Uic public on December 1st, next, and continue until Juno lfit, 1885. Tbe tfenipuli Short Kouto Bonth will enable peo ple In the West and Northwest to visit the great Exposition at a trifling cost, as this new route (the only direct lino between tbe West aud South) make the trip to New Orleans a comparatively short one. During the great Fair, round trip tickets to New Orleans good to return until June 1st, will be on sale via the Memphis Root, at very low rates from Kansas City and all polntain tbe West, and especial arrangements will be mode to accommodate tbo people In the best possible manner. Eutiro trains, with new run man lfuUct Sleepers, between Kansas City and Memphis, where close connections are made with all lines South and East. Tbc Memphis Short liout South Is the only direct lino from the West to Chattanooga, At lanta, Nashville, New Orleans, Jacksonville, and all Southern c I Ilea. Round Trip Tourist Tickets aro sold via this route to all tho picas- arc resorts of the South. Bend for a map and timo card of this Short Route, and note particularly its quick time and superior accommodations. J. E. LOCKWOOD, General Passenger Agent, Kansas City. . LVD1A E. PINKHAM'8 . VEGETABLE COMPOUND .ISAPOSinVX CURB fOR, All tIio piilnral Com pi tint and nciknfHti so common to oar belt , nnvMi roriLiTio. Frit $1 la Utjmli, 1U r lma htm Vmom and tilt rtitef of pnin, and that it dou oil claims to do, thou$arutojiaate ran ffiaaiu iMity. - It will rare entirely ail O Tartan trouble. Inflamm- Woo nd Ulceration, Falling and DltplatMmaBU, and Coowqurnt Bplnal Wc&knaaa, Is particularly adaptud to tho chanfrs of Ufo. " " it remote j ainianw. lamirnfiT.aTOnxoTiaii craTini for tlmul.antft, and rtlleTri WtknetM of tho Stomai ti. It ctirci lUtatliitf, Ufariachei, Hurrou I'rostrauion, and bsu-karhe. i always permanently cured b? Vital Questions II 1 1 Aik (As mf tminmti jAyticUm Of ut school what Is tha best thing In ths world lor quieting amd allaying all irritation of the nerves, and curing all forms of nervous complaints, giving natural, childlike refresh ing sleep alwaysl And they wiu ten yon onncsiiaungiy "Semi form 0 Uopt Ut" CHAFTHB I Ask any or all the most eminent physicians t "What Is the best and only remedy that can be relied on to core all diseases of the kldneyi and urinary organs; such as firtght'a disease, diabetes, retention, or inability to retain urine, and all the diseases and aliments peculiar to Women" "Ana they will tell you explicitly and em phaUcally"JueAun Ask tbe samo physicians "What Is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia; constipa tion, Indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever, ague, and they win teu you 1 Mandrakt f or Uana&ton 1 ill" arra whm thflaa nmedlM ara combined with others equally valuable. And compounded into Hop Bitters, aneh a wonderful and myntorloat curative power is do veloped, which is so varied in ita operations that no disease or ill health can possibly exist or ro. sist iu power, and yet it is llarmloM for the most frail woman, weakest invalid or smallest child to use. CniPTKB 11. "Pat Ion ts "Almost dead or nearly dying" For years, and given up by physicians, ot Bright' and other kidney diseases, liver com plaints, severe coughs, called consumption, have been cured. Womm gone nearly crazy UUl From agony of neuralgia, nervousness, wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar to women. reonle drawn ontof ihrma from ozonmiatlna bftntroof rticarantiHin. inliummatoryandohronio. or en (Tori riff from vcrofula. Arynipmaal "Hultrhunm. blood Dnisanina. dvsneniln. indl gpntion, and, in fact, almost all disouaos frail" Ntitaro is heir to Hnve been cnrotl by Hop Dlttort. proof of which can bo found in every neighborhood I the known world. KW.Non ffcmilnit without bunch of srenn ItfM on the while labi'l. Ritm all the vile, poUunuiu HulT wltn "Uud or "uopi iu meir name. Di-litlUT, Rleoplfsanesai, Dfpre.nlon ana lntU Ttiat feel inn of bearing" down, earning; pain, karhe. always permanently cured by Its um, tamn tn I.mn. Mnu. fr.r mmtihlcL lyttor of Inquiry QuulMoiittally answered. I'or Ml atdntgyiitt. "A Perfect Flood of Sunshine" will till tho heart of every suffering womau if she will only persist in the use of Dp. Pierso's "Favorite Prescrip tion' It will cure the most excru ciating periodical pains, and relievo you 01 nit irregularities nnu give health v action. It will positively cure internal inflammation and ulceration, misplacement nnd all kindred disord ers, rnco rcaucca to one aoiiar. iy druggists. America exports popi-oni by the thousand barrels, l'oproru was lirst inatle in thiseoun try in IM'.t. Borne medical men recommend it fur dynjiepslu, nnd pullentfl at the summer re port can be seen munching It at all hours of the day. If your breath Is offensive, your nostrils fetid and filled with putrid matter, and vou are rapidly becoming consumptive, use 1'aDillon Catarrh Cure; you will be pu rifled and per manently cured. The Mexican government is making nn exact plaster cant of the celebrated A.tee. calender containing the Jimliaeul p!j:tin, built Into the interior walls nf the cathedral in the Citv f Mexico, to be sent to the New Orleans expos) linn. HAVK YOUll HAItNKSS-t.yoilins with Uncle rwm o iinrnops winch will moK'i it um and iliiibr. J'liifiisUiRtxtitoilovcriuadu forloutlior. bold hy ail tmnuue makers. RntiFH nn- jirnuanpntly relieved ly U nolo Barn's Nerve and Uuuo Liuiaifiit Bold by all druggists. PH. JAQUKH OKKMAN WOllM CAKKB never fail tu destroy wuruin und ruuiovu tlieiu froin the ybtcm. 'Itrniah o'i Km.' cifflrs out rati, mice, diet, rvuuiit-o, (i-! mij,-, nm. rrnnni, rnipiiiuiiKi. ix. DR. HENDERSON, 000 and 608 Wtmdottt Street, Kansas Citv. Mo. AnttlfirlrfvHn front r limine Knnnni anrl "SiWInl I)laMMnMm1nal tt'Mlrnn iit.l ,MeJ,6vxualIJcbmty((W ofatxual power), n ervou iirouuy, etc. curci rub mi tred or money refunded, charges tow. Thousands oi case cured. Experience is 1 mporLQut, ah medicines reaij iot uo. No mercury or Injurious medi cine wed. No detention from bud DOM. I'ttllenUfttadlntaneatTMtrri h iciUT aim cinnii. niraicinrs ncni crerrwnera iron rrom rue or breakage. State your case end tend fortrrma, Louimiaiinn ireoanu connaentiai, personally or by let ter. A HOOK for bom exes-liluMratcd-aentienlcd lupiaiueuyeJupoiorMiniutiipa, boumyrM Jiuttum, l AXitAtf "It'iitR-h mi Itcli" i-tiri-ti liiinio'. trenHon. Hub- wurm, itMicr, mu minim, nuait'il ici'i, cUUDiailil. "Wronff Man." A woraon hnHtily entered a Hurl era lager beer saloon nnd demanded of tho proprietor: "Has ray husband been lioreP" "I don t know him. Is ho a tall ninnr" "Yes." "Hcd-hcadcd?M "Yes, and red complected.11 "Full beardP'1 "Yes." Wear a slouch hat?" "Yes." "Ho was here not Are minutes ago. He camo In, drnnk a lenionndo, and then walked down the 8trtM)t "Drank whatP" "Lemonade." "Wyng man!" sho said, shoptipg Nmtk k: In another column will be found an article in which all (whether tbev will or no) ure Interested. Neglecting to rem I it may nntve a very serious an well as 1111 expensive affair. We refer Ut the advertisement of Prickly Ash Hitter. A knowledge nf its mer- I1 himI the lieneiit vou or vour Inmtlv inuv ie rive from using It will suve not only health but many dollars otherwise expended in "Dw- tors hills." A restaurant at Coney Island has n large placard on Its piazza announcing: "K'ghtccn carrot vegetable soup." Those persons who do not need Iron, but who are troubled with Nervousness and Dys pepsia, will Hud in Carter's Little Neuvb Tills a most desirable article. They are mostly used in combination with Curlers "Utile l.tvef Fills, and In this wav often exert 11 most matrleal eueci. 1 aw; jusi one pin 01 encn Kiim imme diately after eating and you will be free from Indigestion aud Dyspepsia. In vials at 115 cents. bia by all Imigghts. Rupture Cured permanently or no pay. Our new and suro cure motbod of treating rupture, without the knife, enables us to guar antee a cure. Trusses can bo thrown away at last. Send two letter stamps for references, pamphlet and terms. World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, uur.uio. is. 1. A Montgomery county (I'u.) miller cut three sheaves of wheat during the late Imvet-t, thrashed and cleaned the grain, which w as at once ground into (tour, and then baked into cakes and eaten by the harvest hands within ten minutes from the tunc the grain was standing In the field. Hunt's Kidney and Liver RemkdtIsho -nit or miss" compounu or om woman e mix ture. H is nrcnixed bv a scientific nharmaclsL with a full knowledge of the uowera and vir tues of each ingredient In tbe class of diseases which it cures. It Is purely vegetable and can not harm the youngest child or tbe most feeble invalid. A Mississippi mac whose time hung heavy on his hands couated tho number of grains In a bushel. He found 72,130 of eorn, 182,000 of wheat, 109,000 of pons, and l(M,ltW of cotton iced. Pan! Hon Catarrh Cure cures Hav-Fevor In a delightful manner, by allaying the infiamm- uuu. A haunted house In $onora, Cal., Is the sen Hon of the hour. Thu spooks make tbem selvri manifest by throwing itonca at tbe in mates. The ahort, hacking cough, which leads to wuDuiuyuuu, 11 curcu uy risg'i uurc, "Old Back," an Indian,' aged 118 yrcri. dlfld on the Takima reservation, WMptfon fit- The Delaware peach-growers are very enthu siastic over tho prospects of a good crop. Mtnimtfl'i PcBtonlxsd HaafTnnie-thAnnW nnn. arntinn o( bof conUininff iu entire nutritious prupnruf. it con ui ins oiaod-rnHkum, Mrm Rennratlna; and life-ausUiininR properties; Invid. oaoio ior indigestion, Uvspepsia. nervoii! proa. I rut inn and nil fnrtna nt iriinnrnl nKilit... .. Un in all enfeebled conditions, whether tlio result nt exhanstlon, nerrnas prostmtion. overworlt, or acaie aisease, pnrucuiariy tr rennltinK from nab mnnnrir complaint. Cabwki.l, Hazard A Co., t'ropriewrs, new lort old br Uragcuita. Washington's underground system of Meg raphy Is said to be a complete success. When vou visit or leave hew York Cltv, Ha Central depot, eave Baggage F.xpressige and I't Carrlaire Hire, and stop at the Grand Union riotci, opposite said uepou axx uunarea ele gant rooms fitted up at a cost of one million dollars; $1 and upwards per day. European pian. iLievaior. itcstaurani suopuwi wuo tlie best. Horse cara, staeea ram Lid rail road to all depots. FarulhV. r lire better ior less money at me urtua L'Diou .ski uian at any other nrstrdaaa hotel is tua i ty. A rART. To Ml whn ur mlTm-tnar fmm mrmru and Indiscretions of yonth, nnrvons wmknose. wny nicay, inn 01 muinoni, an., 1 win tena 1 raeimi UiM win nare too. frre ut oharok. 1 hti irrAAt remedy was disoTorod bv a miitinnur In Bonth Amerfoa. Bnnd self-addreiwed enTolope to aiTi jonmru 1. xaxaii, utauon u, now xorx. Any person having a bald-head and failing to see tho benefit to be derived from the great petroleum hair renewer. Carbollnc,ln the face of the vast number of testimonials from our very dcii citizens, u surety golug 11 blind. Hat-Fetkr. My brother Myron and myself were both cured of Catarrh aud Hay-Fever last juit ana auitusi ov tiva iream uaim. Up to Dec. 28, these troubles have not return- ea. UAjmaL faunis, openccr, n, 1. Allen's Iron Tonlfl Bitters enre Rhtnmii tlfim. All grnulno bftr tbe ilgnituro ot J. 1. Alloa. VrUKBUh mi. I ui. ian, . "Hnn(iF1ba." Qnlelr, com pie to cart, ftJI k UJIUH aiuavy an unnnrr i'irnr. 11. "Kont'ien Vnx ns." Ik). AskforlU CwpleW ASEl rurfirV a m it "sz- -3. t 19 mimm IRITTPRCl 1 WZ OCURE9 j AUOiSCASESCFTDM LIVEU D1 BZM KTnMTSTVS B,D t RTnMAPH III 1 ba j ALL DRUGGISTS if 39 KJ I fRICElDOUAR. I . IsgimkiTTiTiiHS MB 4 DEDERICK S HAY, norcccc sfP S. tliecmtomcr Order on triul. uddrteu for circular mul luculior of Western and Southern ntorclioiipes and AKats r K. DEDERICK at co Albany, N. V. THE TIFFIN KfiJ MACHINERY! For Horse or Steam Power Hundreds of ths best men la DO RUUs I uid Territories uso It aud will nsva bo I othar I I RELIABLE I DURABLE! SIMPLE! RiUhUahwl ov.r ss revs.we btr. uopl fu.illU.atA fill nrrlnr. nmiuntlT. an. to ktl.f.ctloD of our cuatomors. Ctu Intfii. rnXK. Addr... LOOIUS H MY&IAN. TUnni Ohio. Drapapala, Clenorol OoMlitn vkuiuo., naoicaal fJODatlpft tlon Liver Complaint, 81k Headaoho, Diseased Kid hots, (0., Etc It contains only the Purest Drugs, among arbtohxaaybaenameratodFBICILT ASH Base iall 8111113, KiinSaZI, BUCSV. 6UIK1. iu. It oleansea tbe syBttm lliorougaly, and as a PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD la Unoqoaled. It il not an intoxicating bovoraffo, nor ean It be naed as such, by roason oflts Catbartla Properties. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS 00. Bole Proprietor!, ' BT. 10UI5 AND KANSAS CITV. SECRETS AOookoniMriTaooptm numnontrifaTiaf ire. ifetli itcrcu hlt ilioie cot.tan.pUt.af Qt4rrU(t ihoula know, uunartaj of Htywlpti.howtoeart Ntnon ptbllily, Btmiiil WcskncM, Mnt Mcunlr RirM KDH lB)0r WT I1MI Mllips.t AUiii'H ' wommarcm diook, o. w. vor. I un a main sit. Roll nt H)it. WInrt or water cannot extlnvnlih It. Anihm)tltllnctoA"Wrtf -hir. Mnmnln I.tnli vtZc: 11 (I) (Int. ti ucrnta. AVrftontnncc (or mmiiilftliicn anil sri'ure Hit rxrltintvo rlKHI to sell In your luwa mum THE PRESENT SEASON Of the year, wltli Its rarious climatic clianRPS, heat, cold, wind and iii'llurc are ppt'clnUjr product If e of tli at annoying oftltct lon-cold In thu bead. We sra all liable to forget our rubbers, or our orcrcoat, or change our underwear, became yctte.rday we wero so uncomioriaidc, out we cannot all supply ourselves with a travcllnn wardrobe; It Is caster to cure the cold than be uncomfortably burdened; so say wa all, but what causes this fcellnsof relief and cotnfortf It lithe know led no that I'Arn.LOM C'ATARnii curs will Instnntly relieve n bad cold, cure catarrhal alTea tlon, cure t ho intitnei, sneezing and watery eyes. In such s inllnfactory manner that rather than prorlde extra wraps, use that wonderful remedy; a thimble full drnwu Into tseh nnMrll nmrnliiK and nlKht. will cure tlie moil Intolerable cnlrt, mid for mute or clironlc Catarrh, Hunk Cold and Hay Kkvub, no rtiiieoy enn oe ns piicrc"rui. imioci not ninnri or Irritate, but li FotittilnK nnd licnlliiK. 'revetim Inern itatldtis'or aci-timulalliinri nf mailer, ftn nKllienrt the mine un nieinlirnne, preventn InflnniiiiHllnti, ntid lea icnn l lie llaiillliy to t ale), cold, ettliur lu clillilrtuol tdulls, l onaloby alldruifnlH. THE OLDKST MKDIC1NK IK Tin world I in I'liiiiiAiii.y UK. IN.VM'TIIOH I'SOli'M ELEBRATED KYK WAT El This article Is a carefully nreporrd pliyal clan's prcflcrlpllnn, and tin hern In constant uRCfor nenrlyaci'ntiiry.nnd nut wli list iimltnn the many other propnriit bins Hint lnvc bi en inirntluccd Into I lie mark et. tbe sale of tlilnnrtlcle 1 ciimnnntly lneraalnj(. If l lie (iin-ciionarenniDweuii win never inn. c par tlrtilarlyliiT lie the nit en tlon of t'liyNlclanstuttainfrlM John L.. Thorn,-ou, Hun de Oo.. Troy, N. T tuts wrm-w ELASTIC TRUSS 11 :1s a l ad diilerent (n-m nil otlicrn.li run simix with flrlf. Ait jiistiiift linlll n ifii irr, ailapu It'HrtonlliKftlonsorthoUxly while thu hall In the nr. presaqs back the Intos- linftN lust am n rmrann loes with titof Inner. Antriiitfiit im-MunriTieli pertJiln. It ( eoj-y, Wilursfrw. nnd uitrbt. and a. radlcul run nr-il 'f ii'nl clienn. Scot br mull, t.'lfr UiULihlOil TfttSS tU.. tfc!ue IIU ermaa Athm Cars nvitfailt to nive imr VntdiaUTtlitfiaMMitottA etmrm, lniurni oonr IfortablesleeD: effects enrrt where all others fall! i trial eonrinrfi lh$ moit tkrptital. Yrcrm 150c. said Cl.OO, of DrugfTlit or by mail Hartpie 'ro for stamp, ur. u. buuirr MAN. Ht. l'snl. Minn. ESMTW aWMWIWBsmaMBWaia 1000 SHEEP FOR SALE, U(JOl) (iltAl)K M Kill Vf) Kill Kl' for xal. K.ir pftrtlculars.addres4 O. 1.. II V. II K It MO , u yanuoiiu bi kanbab uity, jio. Dr.d. W. FITZPATRICK, C08WyandottoStKAfAsCiTr,Mo. Treats all l)i"eacs of EYE AND EAR. Keeps Artificial Kycs. Located 19yra uiNnnn ct ivtn Tkhatisk pfb. sbalrps cknts, nlltbJU tLUIIl. IHSI'1 NSAKYU)., Dr.it.er I17 Hon:HUi il!r, N. Y, l'ull vl'.r ot the i.'-m-nilvr t ir-iiK re. .i'iti'.i, in.im or irmiie, ii r yun(;. mBjMPVIB1! .(i"i3fl u!v suiiv.,a Mi'iuaig 'JJ,t j ' s' ' 'Ainuii,i au ir -I iiii'fl snoiiiaj 'vin3jnXii:uuanHti')1"' lJHe Relieved Immediately and cured using .'oio ANinma oiKinoror. Price S3 per IHTrTtiTJIi. C. u'ARKT, ManaRor, HAMlLTon, UU10. or heira tend stamp for cfrctaW I iars niowing who is cnuim tooension. bonntv. Ac. X, O. ' WOOD, i'nion Atty., Wuhiuiitoii, V.C ASTHMAS SOLDIERS! v WOOD. i'nion Illuitrsrd OllecsJ "T nftl,IIfclmensofp iirnao thin tent frt. Art. rrss D.L. Mr bb si, mam, Gem City Iiui, Coll.. (fulncy 111. Ml reel, Kanswa :ity, U. Pollrd or faded Coatn, Vein. Panm, Shawls, Urces, Featliers, etc., made to look like new. bend fur prices. CAHCER A new tri'sfmrni. A posi tive cure.-ltr.W. C. Payne. slaraltHlltown. Iowa. Morphine Vf rtblt Corail In 14 to HO darft. Nop7tallui-L 1U. J. mjU'Uauia, Letiauoa, Uhlt TF.f.EORAPHT, or Mhort-llanl ftudTvue WrHliisr llfrc. Htliialloiis furnished. Ad. VaLkntlwc llEOS.Jancsvlllo.Wli, Paiiito Hue O n. .lonv A.MrI)oj(At,DftCo, FAIN I Oi UtLbf Wliolrtnlenndreiiitlilenlcnlnall rAiNTKitb' Matksialb, GlUUclawarc at., KsuaasClty. I EARN f urnlshf tTASTKD eiperleneed Hook and Hllile Anentiln every County, Llhcral Salaried 1'nUI. Address, (latlup experience, I'. t. Itoi v. c Kt. Louts, Mo. AGENTS WANTED for the Best and Faiteil ietlln I'lctorlal Hooka and 11! Idea, price reduced 33 per cent. NATioKALPusLiauixeCo-, St. Louis, Mo. b DatCau(liUyrup. Tavitsn ijuod. M fa UnlntlmB. Holdby driiKKlsU. f3 W. N. U.-K. C tfTln tipplylner to any or the above ailvortlBore, do not forgot to say that you buw tbe advertisement tn this paper. Th feeble grow st rone when Uoitet ter's Stomach lilt ters Is aied to pro mote tailmtlatlon of tho food and enrich the blood. Indica tion, tho chief itista- cio to an acquisition 5 which tnfa llblyanc- cumnt to ino acium i of this pecrlcia cor rrctlTA. Lots of flesh. I snd appetite, failure to sleep, snd Brow ing ertdance of pre mature decay, are 10-DATS-lO 1 ONLY ! mi rin nnnntnfil ninnTnTifY Breit In- vigorant. which bracea up the phrat cai oucriiiDi mu ior tinea tbe eonitlto lion ftLTninll OlsnaUA. war bus bj sji uruitgists ana Dealers generally, SITTERS; CatarrH 7?DriioMW HAYFEVER' HAY-FEVER. I have suffered Torely for the last ten years from llay-Ferer in early and mid-sum mer and In tho fall. 1 desire. In the Interest of my fellow-sufferers to testify In faror of Ely'i Cream Halm. My short uso of It demon strated Ita ctflcacy. J, niAiiiMur, wi uru a la wny N. V. (Vfaa ntlm ta a remedy founded on a correct dlnnnoili of this dliesac and can be depend -Ml upon. 60c. at druitKlits; 00 by mall. riAinplo buttle by mail IN THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTRY NOW GOING ON. Q5 Per Cent Discount,:" a0r; CLOTHING, all over the house; Heavy Weight included. : A Special Sale of Men's Suits $8.00 Per Suit. :- HAlMMEXtSIiOTJCH & CO 7 A.ZARTMANJgr. la KANSAS CITT BRANCH HOUSE HAY-FEVER ELY BROTHERS, DrugRlsts, O weffo.N.Y. COLUMBUS BUGGY COMJPAJfY, Coluhhub, - - Ohio, Jiantifactttrtrtof TMIOTLT rlBIT-OLASI Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Lasoiit and Moit CoMfLrra Factobt in Tita WorldI llanitfactnres and Belli mora Carrlsse-i than any other catabllsb me nt in the country. 806 Walnut Street, CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. M IINIC Voral and iDitruinental and Tuinm. HUT iffen A ItT, DrawtDf, falnttnc, Jludellns and fertrattnra. I "iii 1 un. liiicrainrv ido iiiriukbii i Pfi!BOfPILlS BLOOD POIBOM, ul Bkla Dlu.. (OKB LL A BOH) tot TmSt SmE Jf41?.1,1! 'IB BTDttlHfnii no sth.r.-jr. D.snt.on, M.D., D.Wftl Iowil ' I lt-i.?f nUn.ll..