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XlVllltB CoVfiRKsS.-SECOND SESSION. MTlMiliy OP I'HtX'EElUXUS. Id tin smalis Ki ll. 3, nfirr i-oinlilt'raUe tlc batuon thr bouse IM.-rslatg commerce bill, it Via aureril to siilt:tu:o the senile bill pro Tldlnz fur a ra.larajr commission. A Mil was sported favorably to rirovitle two permanent teervutlon fur Indians In northern Montana, nili0 franl 'V annually to each agrary. ....Tin- house atloplf.l a rt'Milutiou calling on the airnurj ot thv treasury for tntonnalion whether the New nrk tlrumiK house r-fust-s to recelvu silver dollars In art'.lrnieut of bal ances, and uliitler aiiv guvernmrni olliclal i-uu'entit to aueli practice. A resolution was Introduced rtqu.-stlni; the pri'aldcnt to take all nrcc-Mry u.urrn to cure a fair trial (or Jttllj R. Smites, an Aineruua dlilcn iinprls-Ol(-d In Kclln.i.r. ' Tlic st-mito, Feb. 4, by a vote of 4:1 to 12, passed an Interstate commerce bill providing lor a ccnunlsslon of 11 nit mcnibers, only five of them from cither political rarly, to receive Mlarlea of $1,UU cii'li, and all r it vine travi 1 tng eiicnscs....ln tin-hur. Mr. 1'usev called up the bill approiirlulln; 1HI,'pu (or the eutu plftlonof the p'ililii tiuildniL' at Council Hlufis. lills WI19 objecled lo bv llll;re ttlnll ten UlfRl bera, and the bill mm not considered. Mr. Ihomas railed up the bill 'o equalize the pay ;if cradua'c of tin- navid ararirmv, and Mr. Lowery the b ll Incre.Kii ,; tl... liudt of the ap propriation tor the oi.M.c building ul Fort Wayne to fit.-, lion, Mlilch met a similar fate. The senile, Feb. S, ucd resolutions call ing on the secretary of the treasury for Infer nation as to the a counts of the 1'iilon Vacitle road, and illre. t'iig the judiciary committee to report m-rrssarv leg -la'.ioti as to courts martial. Mr. Sheiman Introduces a bill for the striking of mnlals to commemorate the completion of the W af-hluiton m mument, ten tlioiisitml of them to lie sold to the public at co-t. A I ill r.us (.as.e.l nutUortelng the hridg lig if Hi" M'-issippI river at Memphis.... 1 resident A it liu r, in aiini'iiiicltu; to the house of reprisiiil,ivN the oiler bv the .lapnnrae cov-ram, nt of a valuable piece of li.nl In Toklo lor legutiou piirpoMS. reromnien led lla ac-ceptime.-11 li, su l.ible expression of thanks. A resolution was adopted bv the lions; re Itieetingthe pre-i, lent to furnish copies ,,f 11 eommiiiiiraiioTis reso-ciltik the Cuoto eon lerenee. 11 Is were passed uppr-ipliat.ug v'si. i for a 1 ul. ic building at Ti ier, Teti, and l'!-' a-e .-Mtthmal ground for the voio. uoiis- Miri!. held, Illinois. Hie tcnat", Flh. tl. pi-n,l the diplomatic appropr a'lon bill. Mr. I'jlmer, of Michigan, was given 1 .vc to ib-iiver a speech on wninau suffrage. Mr. ? wi II offered a resolution call ing on the tcrntaryof war for information whether plana have been nialund to defend the seacoa.-t ami bil-e harl'ors In torn, does In case of finUm war with unv foreign tower. .... I he rivir aid hsri-or bill was under con sideration in the house, lit coiniuitlee of the whole. It wns in-1,.,,1 that nothing be done for Sandy b.iv, M.t-sachu-etls. The appro, propriatlon for tl..- harbor of Huff.iln was in-i-rcaseu to Kit.- 01 An amendment 10 set aside $l(it issjfot ti.cinii.r.iveiiieiitof S.indv Hook elno.nel wa- del.-'jled. Mr. Young asked tor .cmi f.-r tl - li.rhor of Memphis, and rngagi-d in an angry 1! sen-!. .11 with Mr. Mils, who stated that Hie eomliiiltee had de elded to make no spical appmpilatlou for the Mlesisflppi r.ur. WASFT1NGTON, It is said upon the authority of one of the counsel for Gin. Saaiiu ll.at the findings of theeourt In Ids case arc In substance as fol lows: As to the tlr.t ehn'ge, viz., Iliatof con duct unbecoming all olli-er and gentleman, in violat'on of the slity-tirst urtlcle, not guilty. To the second thiir.-e of conduct prejudicial lo good order aud discipline In fs'.Miigto re port to the secretary of war his knowledge of the alleged dupllca'ion of Col. .Morrow 'a pay accounts, guilly, with the rcconim-ndatlon thai Gen. Saairn be temporarily suspended on half pay. No information le ns yet obtain able at the war depigment as t 1 lla- linding of theeuuit, the olll ..dais in whose custody they are Wing under pledge of s' ci ccy, and mem bers of the court are s.vorn to secrecy. The hill to regulate fees of i elision atreuts aaltpussfil the fcni-.te, provides that no fee greater than flu shall be received bv pension claim agents except that under special ctcuiu lances, subject to revision by the commls sinner of pensions a contract In wilting may be made between the applicants am! claim aaents for a fee not e-;ieedlng t'X. The hill contains a ciaus" especially forbidding the collection by the i lj,i, agents for more than 111) for claims tiled bdivei-n Juue 'Jo, lsrsaud July 4, 14, iiiol prohibiting government pen sion agents from paying claim ng nts more lhan lloon ruch eluhiis, eyen In cases of new contrac's. The senate committee on appropriations Iish stricken out the legislative feature of the house bill which providi a for the rt peal of the statute author zing pension attorneys to re cc ve a fee of f-Jj. It Is understood a majority of the senate eomui.tliv was in favor of the re peal of t'i's st it utc, but deferred to the gen eral sentiment of the senitu which Is pro nounced by those opposed to taw lcghlation upon appropriation bills. The senate com nilttee also atrtn k out the provision which d creased the number of pension 8fret,cies from eighteen to twelve nnd added $-l,sW to the aggregate appropriation. The secretary of the navy lias authorized Lieutenant George W. tstotiev to make further explorations in Alaska w ith a party of three otllcers and U n men. A steam launch will be constructed lu the nnvy-yard at San Francisco, and a schooner wl.i nvey the expedition to Putnam river. In a special message t ' e bouse, President Arthur usks that a sullui I. place of deposit be provided for the s vords and testimonials ten dered the gov.'iniii. i.t by Mrs. I', ij. Grant, and urges that th lulue of the general be placed ou the retired list of the army. The decrease in the public debt during Janu ary was fW.'O.lspl. The silver certilicates afloat aggregate f l ll.KK'i.Till. CASUAL. F. F. Washb'lni, who tins hctn placed In the Arkansas lunatic asylum, lost hia reason through seiv.ng as n witness against a mur derer In Monroe county, ami cherishing a fear that the condemned man would appear aud take his life. A loss of f JTo.roO, was incurred in New York by the burning of a marble bulldiiiir in Barclay Btreet, occupied by several mauufac lurlng firms Seventeen engines were em ployed in suppressing the flame. gome Omaha physicians were called to a blardlng-hollsc kept by Mrs. C. II. Moore, where they found twenty-three persons suf firbg from rat poison, which hail got mixed with siurar lu making pastry. The Ice In the Yellowstone river at Glendlvc Is eotged for siveral miles. 1 he ferry cable has been swept away, nnd the west bank Is so deeply flooded that citizens have removed their effects. A train on the Colorado Central road was blown from the track near Georgetown, Into a ditch, causing injuries 10 eighteen persons, mongthem Slate Auditor Spencer, of Denver. CRIME. In the dls'rlct court at Chicago, where J. C. Mackln and others are on trial for the Eighteenth ward election frauds, .fames D. Adams who served as a deputy marshal in the second precinct, testilled.that he kept a mem orindum showing that llrnry W. Leman re ceived 420 rotes, but that he was unable to tell how many were cast for Rudolph Brand. Cephas M. Burkert, a republican challenger, swore that he saw the ballots strung and heard the announcement made, without objection, that 4'.'0 votes were cast for Leman and 374 for Brand. A band of lynchers, from 600 to 1,000 Btrong, forced an entrance Into the jail at Audubon, Iowa, and slaved three brutal murderers, Smyth, WllBOn and Jelleraon, for the murder of Illram Jellcrson, two of them being the son aud son-in-law of the msn they killed. Two of the Tlctlms were shot down while fighting desperately for their lives and then strung up to the Jail yard feure, and the third to the band atsod. The tatter confessed to the crlmo of bavins k'llcd bis father. Richard short, who stabbed Captain Fhelan In New York, was held In (11,000 at the Tombs police Jtourt, l'bclan asked for protection by the police, as bis left arm hunir In a sling, and then requested the privilege of carrying weapons to defend himself from Short. A preacher named Newell, who conducted revival meoitigs at Vlncennet, Iowa, carried away the family bible from 1 farm-bouse whoso hospitality he hnd enjoyed. He was pursued, couvicted of larcony, and lodged in Jul at Keokuk. At Muskegon, Michigan, Phillip Ivet serious ly wounded his wife with a revolver and then killed himself. For yean be had done no w..rk 00 their farm, aud she sought relief by removing to the city with ber three children. At Vlncennes, Ind ana, Henry Strattmsn killed his father In-law and severely Injured bis wife. The murderer has four chlldrea ill of typhoid fever, and was probably driven la sine by grief and religious fanaticism. Mrs. Dudley, who shot O'Donotan Rossa, was arraigned In the Tombs pollca court at New York, win re her counsel refused to enter anr plea, and she was remanded to await the result of her 1 Icttm's injuries, lr. 8. J. Allen, formerly a surgeon in Uens eral Custer's command, has been sentenced to five years' Imprisonment lo the .Massachusetts penitentiary for shooting Dell llauson lo Boston saloon. At the gate of a farm In Worth county, Georgia, Sheriff Shivers and Frank Bcatrlght, suddenly drew revolvers and tired while grasp ing. They fell dead locked In each other's arms. F.lllc Ward, of St. Louis, has brought suits at Omaha against James liarneau for false im prisonment and for seduction and breach of promise, asking ts-V") damages In each case. W. S. Klrkcr, formerly a hank teller at Iron ton, Ohio, was sentenced to live years' Im prisonment lu the Jail at Dayton for making false entries in his books to cover deficit'. FOREIGN. London advices announce the capture of Khartoum, General Gordon's eltudel, by the '-in relx'ls. A native reports that El Mahdl had OHO men lu the vicinity of Khar oum and he introduced a uumhtr of bis emissaries Into the city. These emissaries mingled freely wph the native troops under Gen. Gordon, and bv bribes and threats an i-lr religious feeling, Induced ! working on their them t) niutlnv. ami 7,(kl of the garrison de- cited to the rebels, Irailtig Gordon only S,M faithful soldiers. With this small force h(! attempted to hold the eltr ag.lnst F.I Mahdl's great army, but after severe lighting, In which a large nuinUT of the rebels were killed, lie was compelled to su -tender. The whereabouts of Gen. Gordon are unknown. A London cablegram says extra editions of , newspapers containing the cab'e dispatches 1 , from New York, giving the details of the shooting of O'Donoviiu Rossa are relliug like wildfire on the streets in every city and town throughout Great Britain. Nearly every per son serins Jubilant over the announcement that tha alleged ciitef of the dynamiters has had sonic of Ins own medicine given him. .1. G. Cunnlniih.ini, who Is undergoing ex atnliialloii in l.ond in foj causing the explosion at the tower is .M ye.irs of age, and was last fall employe. 1 as a laborer on the Morgun steam-hip dock at New York. The crowu gave notice that the charge againit him may possibly be changed to high treason. He was tuki n from prison to the s-ilice court In a van guardej by a dozen armed men. Admiral Coutbet reports that ou January 2."i he moved with l.fsu u.cn ugamst the Chi nese works commanding the Kelunu coal ni nes, winning a sub-tanttil victory, Nino of his nvn v.ere killed, and tifly three weie wounded. The Canadian parliament Is disposed to ex tend the appl. cation of the extradition treaty with the V nlted States. Sir Alexander Camp bell holds that beta-ten the neighboring coun tries there should be free trade In criminals. A Dublin cablegram says Irish nationabsts are circulating a icporl there to the effect that Mrs. Dudley was in the pay of the F.nglish government, and was sent to New York by the London pol ee. The public debt of the Domln:on of Cana la is In excess of (-s.ooO.UOJ, an increase of ?7, (SKl.llIX) in the past six month. The Canadian l'acitic road is an applicant for another appro priation. Cjueeu Victoria offers to contribute liberally toward any reward which the government may offer for the conviction of the London dy namiters. The Nova Scotia Sugar Refining company passed Its dividends because of the loss of t'.arfl.OOO on purchases of stock. A butcher nt Gibraltar, believed to be In sane, murdered the vicar general of the diocese lu the cathedral. Porlugal forestalied the decision of Ibe Congo conference by annexing both banks of the river. MISCELLANEOUS. Advices fioin Sew York say O'Donovan Rossa continues t improve, and that the au thorities agreed with Captain l'helau that he would be safer somewhere else, as the hos pital is thronged with Uossa's Irieuds, and an attack was feared from them by l'nelan. The latter has been removed to the New York hos pital where he will remain until able to appear against his assailants. A markid improvement in the iron trade is Visible at Philadelphia. Nal's will soon lie advanced to f'J.-.U, on account of theexhaiistlon of stocks. Steel rallB in large quantities arc held at S'J7. The F-Jgar Thomson steel-works will resume this week, ami hlis'ness bap tc comuieuced lu one of Oliver's mills at Pitts burgh, The district court at Cincinnati found T. C. C.impla-11, tin- Well-known erllulnal attorney, guilty of only one of the seven charges bn night against him by the It ir assix iiit.on. lk-wus suspended from practice for ten days and or tlerul to pay the costs. Mr. Hendricks wps given n breahfast by thirty prominent citizens of Atlnnta. ?roin the hotel balcony he addressed a large crowd upon the sciiuiesrence of f4,lKs.uiuo of people in a result oblalned by a majority of only 1,141 votes. The daughter of Dr. George W. Bull, of New Yorl . has secured the appointment of a com mission In lunacy to lurpilre into her father's mental condition. He is charged with habitual drunkenness, and holds real estalc valued st $1 10,000. Subscriptions to defray tlte expenses neces sary to Mrs. Dudley's defense have been started in F-nglaud and Canada. Tue ballet has not yet hi en extracted from Itossn's back, I u he will soon he able lo leave the hospital. The Alaska, one of the fastest steamers on the Atlantic was due at New York last Sunday, and there Is some auNicty as to her fate. She was last seen at sea January 27, Just before th violent gale eucounteml by the Scrviiv. The Wisconsin senate passed a bill appro printing tT.MU for an exhibit at the New Orleans exposition; the Indiana bouse set aside f:i,.H0 for the same purpo e, and the Illinois senate propose to grant $7,000. The governor of Massachusetts in a special message relating to the Uoosac tunnel, recom meuds the formation of a company to control the property and consolidate all railway lines into a western connection for Boston. The couit of claims baa decided that up to the cud of ISS1 the l.'nion Paellie conipany owes the government tl7oS,llir2anil that the United States la bound to pay the same rates SB private parties for transportation. The legislature of New Jersey has been pe tltloucd to Instruct that slate's representatives In congress to urge the passage of a bill mak ing corruption of tbo ballot-box a crime equal to that of treason. ' The president of the Mormon church, in a sermon delivered last Sunday, spoke of the federal officer In Utah as sneakB and tramps, and he gave his people a hint to be silent bb to what they knew. The district court at Cincinnati modlllcd Its order for the suspension of T. C. Campbell from legal practice, and he will only be re quired to pay the coals of the proceedings. In a New York court a barmaid nftmcd Dora Stoipc was awarded Judgment for (50 against Giovanni Moroslnl for her services In finding his runaway daughter at Troy. The United Slates supreme court haB admit ted to practice Mrs. Laura De F- Gordon, of California. She Is the second woman to re ceive that honor. 1 The citizens of White Rock, Texas, mot snd passed resolutions requiring a Mormon elder named R, M. Stevens to leave the region. The Prince of Wales as a Speculator. The Princo of Wales is about to lip. ure as a real estate speculator on an extensive scale. As inheritor of the Duchy of Cornwall, among other property he is actually ownor of 100 acres of valuable building land at Koche, on the north coast of Cornwall, directly facing the sea. He now pro poses to lay out the property in build ing lota, and as Padstow, immediately opposite Roche, baa been for vears a favorite fashionable summor soasido resort, the proximity of Koche will add to the popularity of the bolide edntor. The Prince's land will be sure to brinir bie prices, will be bnilt noon bv rich and faahionable Deonlo. and the sale should do mnethine toward putting money Into Walei' pocket, thus enabling him to pay a portien of hli onormoutt dwbta. vUoaaaas aiduaf- tittr. UTKJNOVAN HIWSA. America's Famous Dynamite Chieftain's Ca reer. The SI. James' ( London) (Imellenub lislitMi tl yciir ngo tliu sulijoineil ac count of (lie 1 if 11 of O'Donovau Hossu prior to his ronioviil to America. Siliuo tli:lt event Mr. Hosstt has figured nroiniiK'iillv as the hciid ol whut is known its tiio akiniiLshinir fund, ind it Ima bocDino the- fA-shtun, whenever there havo been developments of a sensational character in connection with the Irish revolutionary party in the United Kingdom, to attribute them to the machinations of Hossaaiid his confederates upon this side of the. Atlantic, whether or not with justice, it is hard to tell; but certain it is that Mr. Hossa has not sought U cvado the notoriety that this mi'ht brine; him. ITie (?( articlo says: "It is just a quarter of a centttrv sinco ()' Donovan llossa became a public character. He was then about 23, stroury built, overflowing with life, and abounding in frolic. In those days hu kept a shop in Skibbereen, scllinj; cvurylhinj; in tlio way of food and elothitio re quired bv his neighbors. His neigh bors meant everybody peasaut," and townspeople tor miles around, and KT'.'' ""'vi-rsally popular, was " S "' I'r"!"T name wa- Ji'renimli () l)im,iyaii: but, as ihere was q"to a tribe of 0 Donovans in that 'I'b'rler, and a score at least of Jerries, ""r -Mkooti-r got an additional and distinctive appellation, taken from his birthplace -Itoss-carbcrry. "Hossa was an early convert to Feu- ianism or. ns it Is called bv thiiiniliu- , si(., , ., Atfuiitie. the I(rish) U(i'tHililic:iti) lKrotlierliiuiil) having been sworn in so far back aslsjl). He was alivu'ly a ltianof mark, not un deservedly: fur, he-rimiing life at Hi a pour, friendless lad, his sirong quali ties and business aptitude li:nl made him comparatively rich. lie was just the sort of recruit that the shewd Stephens who never troubled himself with the 'tag-rag' of the brotherhood delighted to make. Having named ltossa the district '., tho 'captain' went his way, leaving the new officer to swear In as many of his acquaint :inees as he could persuade to join. Putting his heart into the work, ltissu gathered a ri'jrinient some hundreds strong; in and about Skiblietven. This done, he followed the example of his fi lliiw-chiefs elsewhere, established a nieeliaiiies' institute and reading-room-and became an ardent social reformer, lie dubbed his literary association the I'liienix club, in compliment to O'.Ma honey, whose branch of tho conspiracy, not then so strong; as it afterward 1h- caine. was Known as Hies riitpinx asso ciation. And under the uover of this club he carried 011 the business of the conspiracy with such skill. "James Stephens usually kepi a tight hand over such clubs, and as suredly would not have porniittftd a number of vagaries in which llossa and the I'liienix men indulged in lSoN. had lie been at home. As it happened, ho spent tho earlier half of that year in America, teaching O'Mahonoy, who was greatly m neeii 01 tint lesson, now to orgmizo. And, in cor.seijuence, the demonstrative anil agressive llossa, being left very much to himself, con trived to attract tho attention of the government, Tho whole affair was very curious, and, on many accounts, merits elucidation. Suffice it to say now, that llossa and a number of his associates were arrested, tried nnd convicted, Hut it was tho interest of everybody cotieered to make as light of the affair as possible, so that the prisoners, lifter many months of im prisonment, were released in lO'J, on condition of coming up for judgment when called upon. They were how all marked men; so most of them took themselves oil' some to America, some to Kugland, and one or two lo Dublin. Among the last was llossa, who came out of prison to tint! his business ru iued. His fellow-I'lia'tiix men drifted about in the world: he was far too useful a man to be allowed to drift. Stephens took him asaconlidontial aid and kept him employed now as an organizer in one or the other of the Irish prov inces, now in breaking up the meetings of such nationalists as refused to con--spire, and now as ono of the scries of messengers that were constantly com ing and going between the American and Kuropean branches uf the con spiracy. In all these avocations llossa distinguished himself by zeal and ad- iress, as well as by a iructilence which was thoroughly good-humored aud Irish in those davs. "At length that notorious journal. Ihc intili VmuW. was established to ward the close of lMilJ. and llossa be eamo the nominal proprietor. He now took a wife for the .second time, find tug considerable difficulty in j.etting a priest to perform the ceremony, in such disrepute at the time was the conspiracy with the great body of the Irish li iurin ( alholio clergy. Mmrtly afterward I Eossa started to America ou Fenian business. After a short stay on the oilier side of the water he re turned to Ireland toward the end of July, lHdo, in comjianv with Messrs. 1'. V. Dunn nnd 1'. J. Median. Theso two gentlemen were deputed by O'Ma hony to do certain liusiness with Stephens as to the rising, fxed to take place on the en-uing anniversary ol l'.mmet's execution. In stepping ashore Median lost some important papers in a way that lias never been fully explained. These papers were picked up and placed in the hands of the authorities. The lending conspir ators wero greatly dismayed and hardly to ho restrained by Stephens and llossa (the latter being a merciful man in those days) from punishing Mcehan severely. "Tho government took no action un til within a few days of tho date hxed for tho insurrection. Then, however, it flung its net over the Fenian loaders, and caught nearly every ono of them of any consequence at a single sw eep. On the night of tho loth of September the office of The, Irish People was taken possession of by tho police, nnd half an hour later llossa himself, who, like most of tho other leaders, had been expecting it, was arrested, Liko tho others, too, ho believed that his incar ceration must end in a very few weeks by Hie success of the rebellion. "On the 10th of September Stephens was caught and placed in the noxt cell to llossa in lliclimr.nd bridewell, A Fenian, ono Frank Hyrne, ex-soldiorof the Papal brigndo, was one of the warders, and Stephens cscnDod. 'J hanks to Uvrno, Kossaand tho others wero parfectly awaro of what was go ing on tnnr. nignt, 11 tl 11 lay sun, eon 11 dent that thotr turn would conio ore long. We all know how miserably thoy wero uisaiinoinleu. "At the trial that followed, llossa rendered himself conspicuous above his follows bv auilacltv anil energy. In return lie got tho heaviest sentence of any penal scrvituuo tor me. When reluascd in 1S71 he was an al tered man. He was no lomrer liirlit hearted and rollicking. Ho Tiadlost bis geniality and fun. Ho scorned to liavo lost altogether his rough but hearty kindness. At the same lime ho preserved all his intelligence, limine and energy. He was a (or rather tho) Fenian martyr, and he had tho repulo of being tho most Honest anil trust worthvof all Ihe chiefs. It was nat ttral, ihereforo, that he should gather to himself a strong party of 1I10 Amer ican Fenians, and ns natural that toe aid party should exceed all the oth era in steady forooity of purpose. " FARM AND GARDES. Eggs packed in well diled ashcB, and so as not to touch each other, have been kept perfectly sweet for twelve months. Do not bo afraid to mix sulphur and red pepper with a mess of warm feed for your chickens twice or tlireo times a week. It tends to keep them in good health. Tho bark of the pear treo is thinner than that of tho applo, hence it suffers moro soveroly from exposure of its trunk to tho boat of the summer sun, and should be protected. Standard pear trees one year from the bud aro safer to buy than those of greater ago and size. Kvery cle ment of cost is less, and tho trees suf fer less from transplanting. An F.nglish gardener, who lias great success in raising radishes, makes his radisli beds witli nearly or quite one-hale-soft coal ashes nnd soot. Under this plan his beds aro not infested by worms. Surface manuring in fruit culture Is nlso mulching in a measure, and all mulching benefits the soil. The losses from evaporation aro not great, bill all manures should bo well composted beforo applying. Ohio's maple trees arc not an insig niticant ligure in her crop statistics Sho lias 2.SO0.000 trees which produc ed sugar lo the amount of 1,908,000 pounds, nnd 604, l'JS gallons of syrup, worth in round numbers about $800,000. Where stumps aro numerous nnd farms small, it pays farmers to unite and buy a large "slump puller. The oxpensc lo each would be compara tively light, and the stumps could soon be routed by co-operation in work and machinery. Little or no prolit can be expected from old fowls, those in excess of two years. Very valuable lien-molhcrs may sometimes be retained several years longer for chicken raising, but tho rest should bo got rid of. Tho most prolitable fowls are pullets. When butter is kept in tubs or earthen vessels, it must be packed as closely as possible, and no interstices or vacant spaces left, for tlio butler quickly spoils around theso inter stices, aim mo evil snreuus inrougii the wholo tub. In large establish ments', it is considered essential that a tub be filled with butter nude all in one dav. (irain, grass and stock-farmers can not bo exjiccted to carry on small fruit culture for market along with general farming, without the employ ment of extra labor and capital. Hut every farmer can raise fruit enough for family uto without much extra care; and every farmer ought to do it, and will do it, if ho looks out properly for his family. liees wintered on their summer stands will requiro looking after occa sionally to see that the entrance to the hive dues not Isecouie clogged up with dead bees or iec. They require very little air during culd weather, but should a warm spell occur, and they lind themselves closed up in the hives. tlio bees become very much excited, aud while in this condition will eoou smoother themselves to death. Cleveland Hay is tho iiamo given to a handsomo class of coach horses im ported from F.ngl'.uid, mainly from Yorkshire. Thoy are of good size. generally a good bay witii black points, witn a goon carriage, wen suited tor carriage work, und much liked by many for use in producing horses for farm and other middle class work. More or less running blood is used in tho crosses producing these horses. Professor A. h. liloiint, of Ihc Colo rado Agricultural College, repot Is that he is testing 'J50 varieties of wheat, gathered from all parts of the world, besides unriy-eigni cross varieties, or hybrids, some of which are far su perior to tneir parents. 11c says that so gieat aro the changes made by the soil, climate, ami his selection and crossing, that hardly one variety in ten can be recognized when show n to the parties who sent the seed. Fortunate, ludeed, have been those who have hud slock in ample supply to consume their surplus, for no mat ter what the range of prices on meals, the uiuomiU realized by the farmer havo been and will bo vastly greater than if ho had sold to the grain mer chant instead of the butcher. Kvery year the stock grower has some advan tage over the grain grower, but at no time are tho advantages so conspicu ous as in tho seasons of good crops and low prices. Putter is slower coming in the win tor season than when the weather is warmor, tho croam usually beiug nt too low a temperature. Those who churn by guess work will be hours lin ing mat wiucii may no none tnashort ei timo by the uso of a thermometer. lu tho winter the temperature should bo sixty-four degrees, and in summer sixty-two degrees. In winter the cream may becomo cooler, and in summer warmer, hence it it is best to start one or two degrees warmer in cold weather and two degrees cooler in warm weather. In Franco and Italy the milk of a cow after calving is not considered to be in its normal stato till ten days. At this stago it is called colostrum. It contains no caseine, turns rapidly, but docs not acidify. It has been alleged the longer the milk remains in the ud der tho richer it will bo. Ileuco tho morning is superior lo tho evening milking. Wold s experience does not oonlirm this. Milk mav not only he bitter as a conseiiueneo of marshy fod der, but. also from tho animal's bilccti- tenug inlo tho circulation, nnd so pass ing to tho milk. A Jiriffht Girl. An Auburn lawyor's little dnushtcr pops to Sunday school, and is in a class wiui oilier mile gins, rossinly tho Auburn legal luminary hasn't allowed for tho sharp ears and tho bright eyes of his little one as much as he ntitrht. It was in a review last Sunday in her class. Tho teacher was going over tho good old Htory of King Solomon and his wisdom. "Now, doars, who was the great queen who traveled so manv miles and miles to see this king P 1 Silence prevailed in tho class. "Why, you do Know, all of you. Tho queen who camo to see the king." Tbo namo had been forgotten by the class. In order to help thorn, the kind but misguided teacher began to oiler a lit tle assistance : "You do know, I am sure. The name begins with S, and she was a very great quoen." Just then up shot a little hand, and out snoko tho triumphant voice of tho lit tle Auburn girl. Sho transfixed tho listening school-room with the follow ing brief statement, in a clear, busi ness-like voice: "I know, teacher ; it was tho queen of Spades." Ltwiston Journal, Their Age. In all policies of insurance theso. among a host of othorqtiestions occur: 'Ago of father, if living?" "Ago of mother, if living?" A man In tho country who filled up un application made his father's age, "if living," ono hundred aud twelve-years, and his mother's one hundred and two. The agent was amazed at iht and fancied ho had secured an excellent ciwtoruer; but feeling Bomewhnl dubious, here- marked that the applicant cuiiie uf vory long-l.ved faiuilv. "Oil. ou fee, sir, replied he. v pure tils died many years ago, but, 'il living.' Would be aged astliero iml down." Kxaetly I understand," said I ho ngont. Ban Franciico ArgonntU- A Clear Voice. Mr. Charles T. Krehs, 737 Madison iveuue, llaltimore, Maryland, well known in banking circles, certifies to tlio excellence of the Red Star Cough Cure. A few doses speedily cured his nieco of severe hoarseness and sore throat. It is pleasant to take. No ono can bo poisoned by this remody, which is treo trom opium, morpnia anu otuur dangerous drugs. Religion iu Harvard. Tho religious condition of Harvard Collego is under discussion in Poston. Since tho venerahlo Dr. Peabody ro tircd from the preacher's chair, three years ago, it lias been vacant. It is generally acknowledged that it is not tho policy of tho college to elect a suc cessor. Morning prayers havo been conducted by various clergymen, nnd the regular Sunday evoniiig service in the chapel has boon maintained in tho same way. Ueyond these perfunc tory servicos it is impossible to dis cover the least effort on the part of the college authorities to minister to the spiritual needs of tlm students. The collego seems content to develop tho mind and the body of the stndcnts.and leave their spiritual needs out of the proble ni of education. iloflon Journal. Counterfeiting a Valuable Article, The publisher of the ilmlifim Vouuly Reeord writes from Iluulsvilln, Ark., us to the ellect of Urown's Iron Hitters on his wife. Mr. Daugherty says: "My wife has been using tho Hitlers for somo mouths; the effect in lierca.-o is remarkable." Ho also writes that owing to counterfeits and imitations, it was difficult to get the genuine arti cle. That difficulty has now been remedied; imitators have been exposed and pul to flight. There, ns elsewhere, Brown's Iron Hitters can bo hail of all the respectable dm; bottle. gists at a dollar a The Normandy poplar trees are very gener ally used 111 France as fuel. They arc planted fiiekly, and ngiilarly tiluuned wilnin six reel .if the top, so that they give no sbuiK Fo Una reason all l.ltulsof crops ate grown be neuth them, aud mature saf- iy. Pierce's "I'lousaut rurffiitivc lVIlotV" Positively Populur; Provoke PniL-e; Provu Priceless; rcciiliurly Prompt; Perceptibly Potent; Prnilucin Per manent Prolit; Preeliulin Pimple iiiul Pustules; Promoting Purity iiml Pence. Purehivso. Prie Petty. Plnir mncists Patronizing Pieroo Procure Plenty. Kceky Muuntatn ..-iuim-ls, wlilcli are con siderably larger than the ordinary American squirrel, with rkti ftjoMeti 'jrown fur and silver jray heads, nre, in d maud lor ehi jitncnt to Knland, wlicru they are valued at $50 per pair. "She tried her itrenttee hand on mnn, And then j-he funned Ihe hmsirn, Ol" 'What is woman's worLh?'1 t.nke.1 a fair damsel of .1 eruty old bachelor. U did not know, so Hlie said: W. (). man (doublo you O man). Hut a woman feels worth liltlo if diseaso has invaded her nystom und is daily sap ping her ctrei,;:lh. For all female weaknesses, Dr. K.V.Piereo's "Favorite Prescriptiou stands unrivaliMl. It cures the complaint and builds up the system. Send two loiter stamp for pamphlet to norm s JJispensary iucui eul Association, HuH'alo, N. Y. A chk-keu wan killed In Wilkes county, Vlr- ifluiu, recently, and three tra&B buttons and !hi i-ht'll of a pistol cartridge were fiund In Us .c'zr.Hrd. IVm we know what lias become jf Ihe Unite 1 Mut.'tnrmv. .1 se the great speeilio for "cold in head" and catarrh - Dr. hairis's Catarrh Kerned y. The larucH mat in tin world coven the :lrius rhi); of the CViveijt (iar-len Theater. I1 it made of uiil'leaeiu'd to -oanut titter, and ha a eoft -Wvi four Indies thick. l!a eight is inure that twn tons. C. V. Majors. Kq., of !' wrlbi: 'I lulu' Heat-lire in luid.uir inv tep-liniitnv Ui that of hundreds of others, its to the cllteaey uf i'liii'Kl.v Asil HlTTKH.H. I Lave nut otilv ttold it here and In Arkun.-us, hut have used ft iiivself, tiiitl as a re'nila'orof Die Ktoimieh and 'towels, I do iimL think th'Tt In anvlhiuir yet ti-r. lis aetion on the bowels in free, without eaiiHiij; any tinpimr or pain whatever." The Italian pn'ern.nent will propoio to the Chanihers to is-ue bonds, in twelve Heriea, for twelve years, for $,M,U.)0,(XH heannj; micreHi at h per cent, for ImpruviuB the sauilary plight 01 AtipK a. TitK lmrnnt. tweft"st nnd Ik! ('ml Uvpt Oil In tho wurld. iiinnuf.ietiin d from fre-h. ln'ulthv liV'T. li .nil Ihe hi 'fi-t-hniv. It it ulMilub'ly uru and Mwtiet, rutietitn who hnve once taken k -rtw for it lo ttll other. 1 Miysieimit have decided It nijn rior lorm ot Hi" other iriln m the murkbi. 31 All L' D ( ASW1-.I.L, llAZ.MUt A t U., iNeW lurk, Can you give mo the dellidtlon of nothing I1' Inquired a oehoul-U'iieher. "Vrs, mum. It's a b.mirholu without a bnrrel ar-mnd It," shouted Ifltlo Ted Suundera, whose papa wan a cooper. When vou visit or leave New York CHv. via Central depot, nave Hii;..' Kxpressajre and $;i Carriage Hire, and stop at the Omud Union Hotel, opposite ttaid depot, Six hundred elc- (TMiit rooms titled up nt u cost of one million dollars; k und upwards per day. Kuropean plan. K levator. lUriiauraiit supplied with me iies.1. tiorup earri, HiijTPr anu cievairu ran- runa 10 all unjoin, minuted run live uelu' for letss money at the tiiand Union Hotel than at any oilier iimt elans hotel lu llic city, Caution to Dairymen. A- for We is. kicharoVnn 61 Co'H. Im- Diovud Butler i 'olcj". mul (t.ki no other. Ba ware of nil imit'ttionn, and of all other oil ro rm. for cvei v other ulie- l-i luihl in lierom mneid nnd npnil l?"' huto-r intowhieli it in puL 11 yen ennnoi jji i it write to lis ai tirjintoii, t., to Know viifreiiful how Xi ml it wiUionleji tr:i exH'i,M. iliinwuni-' of i'ftn huvo Iteen m uf and tliey alwnyM irme it tliu bent. istfiun Pye House, If vnu wish to aave exrones. h:evo vour soil d or faded tlolhes Cleuntd, l)ved or'ltepaired to leok equal lo new. Am eoniideul of (iivlnfZ fl.itiplnelloti to all who f.ivor me with their irdent. All orders hv mull or expren will re reive pr'inpt aitcnUoii. Hntit-fuelin gnaraU' iccj. 11. 1 . uj ovrrt, 1h04 Mrtin 81., Kituaas City Fnrtnr it"t1 Slockmrn. TV only reined)' Unit ren-ltly riirem tirtlln. Cntt and WoUTKi. nn Ii'iihpp- uml i-uttlY, uii'l ulv-uya lirlnitu ilia tiftlr In die urtuliiul c-jIut, li Veiei limry l urlioilatwe. In Mlo-nu uml 1 it'-cmm. at IliiiLrUtK or liv tnM. J. W. CULK & CO., t'rop'i. duik Kivtr'FttlU, Wis. A CAM), To id I, who iirenutleriiiK from nrrora and iiidi-retioi)t4 of youth, nervcus w.'sknona, curly ilHi ay, hi. nf manhood, Ae., 1 will nend a reciotj that will enm you, ruKK ol-' e.uituK, This si-eftl remedy diwovt-n ii hv a inioHiontirv in Booth Aniericn. Send mdr-nddri!sfie(l euv? lopn to UBV. JUtiKTU T. JNMAft, Wall oil JlJ, ftew lUfK, A Stw Throat or Cou-li, If puttered to pro crefl. oflrri reau tu lu an Ineurnhle throU or lung trouble. "Vi'oie.t'n i'mwh'uil Trwhw give tutant r lief. Read advert Ifeinent henlinwilh nit drugs. THE ST TONIC. Thii medicine, combining Iron with pnr vcirctflblo tontes, oulekly and completely t'arra Pynpnifiln, IndlHst1ciu, YrnknM mnurn lllnnd, .Halurimt'litliaaftnd jever ttiid Nrnrnitxiiu . . , It Is an uiimIIiiik remedy for DlieaacioftbQ Kfdary nnd l.tvop. It Is invalimhlo for PiwafM peciiltnr to Woiirn, nnd all wliu lead Redentnry liven. It does not Injure t lie teeth, cause lieadaehe.or nnxluee eonstiitlon otVi-r rn mtflicinrt do. Itenrlrhesnnd purifies the Mood, stimulates tho appetite, aids the iimmilation of fwid, re lleves Heartburn and ! Ichiiig. and strength nsthe mtiwlrH and nerves. ..... For Intermittent l evers, Laultudo, tack of Energy, Jkc.t It bus 110 enml. nr Tho genuine ban atmretradtiriftrk and Crossed red Hues on wrapper. Take no other, .bit tfjij dj rowi rmairiL ca IsMVtibimi, u iiffflils 1EIJ "I IEI l-l IJ French Valentines for 18115, Just Imported. The greatest craze of the age. For the purpose of Introducing these novelties in this country I will send 10 every reader of Oils paper six valcnUnes, all differ ent, upon the receipt of thirty cents In silver or stamps lo pay postage ana cost of Import ing; Address lilt Kelvin, P. U. box 'tit KodieBter, N. X. Do Yon Want to liny a Dngf 6end for Dog Duycrs' Guide, 100 pages. Engravings of all breeds, colored plates.prleea of dogs and w hero to buy them. Mailed for 15 cents. Associated Fanciers, 237 South Eighth SL, Philadelphia. Pnr I.lver f'Amnlitlnts tnkn Allen's Iron Tun'c niilers. All genuine hear the Blsaature of J. Y. Allen, IlrnanUt, at. I'aut, Minn. ED 3TAR TRAD MARK OUGHtfURE Tret from Oplatvn, ilmctic and I'olaana. A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE For CouffhaV) (p Throat, IlvarwavM, IttflnpriEia Tali), airwave. I tit. Croup, VVbooplnjj Cotjfh. Afthtna, Qulntr, I'ln la Carat, uJotiiii iTe-tktnofiuThrotii'l Luntrt. Price HO pontii n hrir, fioi'l V? DrOKi;ltn Mid Pffll rf. jTir(f unahlt li induce thrir dtttlrr tnirtmi)Hy QfiUfnr ihtm tnilrAYiretirabvulct,h'xpretichartiti paid, by tending one dollar In THE ( IIARI FJ) A. TdflRLKR fftlPAKT, tkU Uwucr mi I MuniiUat lifts, UalUdwrty, aarjiind, C.S. A BITTERS CURES I HU-DISIASISOriHl.! LIVER IKIDNEYS BTQMACH AND FlBOWELS. A BY ALL DRUGGISTS I rRICtlCOUAR. CCTXIE3 DTayapala, Osnsral DeMIlty, Jaudioa, Habitual Conatipsv tlon. Liver Complaint, Sick Hoa.da.obo, Diseaflad Kid nays, Eta., Etc. Itoontalu only IhoParost Drai, tmona which may bs enumerated FS!C.T ASH Sim tsn biui::, 11:2x1, tzw, crssi, iu It eleauou the erstem luoroogbly, and as i PUBIFIEISOF TIIE BLOOD Is Uneqnoled. II la not an Intoxicating beverage, nor oai It bo naod as sucb, by roaoon of lis Csthartl. Properties. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO. Sole Proprietors, ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY. . . LYCIA E. PIMKHAM'S . . VEGETABLE COMPOUND . 13 A I'OSITIVE CIT.E FUK , All tlins. pjiinTul l'iiiiitln!nN nnt IH'akufhi-r. so ronimnu . . to uilr best ...' , ri JIAI.K POPl'MTIOX. , Prhn SI I. Ilnld. )lll or farm. rr. purpo. U tntfly ff Ihe t.-t-dinnic hnllng if diwise n'l.l t)ie rtltrf tf f". J thit it (( ail it cUinu tn rf.), t)wii mirfUd.ra am yfailit futin. It will curu .-iillrol) til yvni l:ui Uoiiliks, liillKninia. Iloo nnj I In-nili .n, Ki!ln:l MiJ li.-tl.icm. u!-. uii-l Cons. lur-nl H,.itial Wi-.Un.-M, ai.il I, JartKUlutly wUl.ti.-ii la tli ' tltiUifra nf UTo. Ilri-!n.iv.-, l'illii. - t, r"lit jl"iiv.ili-tr"r inllrmilnK f .rrtimulnuU. mi J n-li.-... V. .us tit; . 1 Ui. nt-n.in. li. it ttifs-. 111 i-ttii.. U i.1n':n., N -iv-.ii. l-i ostrntiort, c.-ii.-ml Lv.ii.1.!,. Slts iik-,.:..... ii..).r..-.t !! Iltl'l Iti'lt I; stl'iii. Tit "t hs-liint tit l.'i.rttiit rl.ii.'ii 'hihiui; iiiii, an 1 li x-lcu lir. Is ul-.yi nii..nriil .v i-itmil l.v it - n-r. a.-tiil : uinti to l.,iin, Mj ... forlonipl-Kt. Utl-i.-.il lllilt.rys-.l.!l.tCll'..ll) II. i tO'ttt.t t .Dsl'Ilfi.'rilJjt-,'::. DR. H E N D E R S Q N . 600 & 608 Wyandotte Sr., KANSAS CITY, MO. ASfLs lit jul it Qniuiliin U:d'.:lni. 17 rrapractlc 5" IS in Cbieano. Autliorln cl to treat alt jftlL JJ Chmnlr, N'tviiiih uml Si'Wlnl IHon" W'vVf3 Hnminiil Wf.iki.es iM,,ht Lowil.K, . r"! ""l l"etlil' l.-isii ef Kt(unl l oftf f) Ao, ' -JiN JiitrntiljCurmr i iry nfiunlwi Clmnwl jhA f I0"- Ai;rt il in tut Brnii.furtinl. lvi tucrcury or lujiiTiotii iiifJtfiiici uml. lSu tmn loH Irnttt bmincst. Wlicntl Irotn a ilniam-i' Irrttfd hymtil. Mrdi- nit-'. A UUOK fji tfulli tvief, lUuild, axutt'Cirarorbcin stain pi. RHEUMATISM ThuGREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE. A msmVECriU: fur IHIEHMATIsM. $0O fnrsnj. CBtthii Irralnii'itt ft.Il to line or hi-lp. (irwinl diniTrri lu niiuulief niniii'itn. One iluo i;iu rcliff n few dotf ti lt, uvri fft ritl pQitiiniiiiils;('un'euiiiiiliii,'liii.'t'' I Jy. 9, ml titlHiiirnt ul rifi- willi f'-r l'irrii!n. tVI, or nit. Or. Hen Jenofi, bOti Wyandotte 5t Kanis City.M- 26 Varieties of IRISH POTATOES, InclutlingLiADiNa Kinds of last year's Introilactlun. SeeiCorn.S J joimiliii;, Wysnro'n rHllOOMK, Itllt'Ul iioriuLrlilrl nn1 Allhlu;aii lont- niiifiyJur lort that yield etl "J a bualiiils to tlm scru Inst year. LOW PRICES tn til. nnd larRt dturntinti on Isrff ortiers. Semi fur Clrculnr untl Trice ItlsU E1MVIS TAVL0II, EDW AKD8VILLB. KAN. Qatar nn ELY'S Into His misirlli. will Im !) b k rlmd, f (Trrtiisllr flt'rjnMnn the liei.il uf nurrUsI f inis, rsmluf lifiltdT ire rrt luii ii It 'IlrVFEVtR alls? liillsiniiistlun. ram freah colili. tnm plmoly hcdlR the mrus and rrttori'i t ho miiui uf i talc nud smell. Not a Liquid ar Snuff. A ffwuiipltratlont ro Upvc. A itiui -iugh treat ment will ritre. Atrree- U.&A. ''c 10 u(-. cniT for HAWSER druKKlU. 60 ceais by i mslTresUtercd, ELY DTIQ8., DrUKirltU, Owfuo. N. T. Builders' :-:Supplies. The b1vp cm renrrFnVijinf, tiTcrrnugli lJatl nr ltllittl It fiit l.v llixrllnix forPirrp no flat rtmfi. U fire in-iwf; chesper linn ulilnsilr, will Itit SO yrari. Pcud for mnipla. Ihon C n wr it, n ami Kaii.isoi FiHit-J'HOdr Taikt, a iur cura for lenity tliirgie nnd mrui ruofi: Tkksa cgtta, j-i i rB, nr uiaiiru irnn.rir- 010. Anenu wauted. UUL'Oll A MAHTIN, Kansas Citt, Mo. A Clear Skin Is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. ASH m m sal L m HFLIA13LE READY tft-CFiKfl. ' B ;a RtffVM (.or Ctrou nrand tenai ol X?.J.'SwiH!r top tMa OBinhlJ, f " -.'JTUaSkl Id Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh, DISEASE BANSHED Health Calned, Long Llfo Secured, BY USING It Purlflos the Blood, It Cleanses tho Liver, It Strengthens tho Kidneys, It Regulates the Bowels. TUtTIIl'l'L TESTIMONY. KIDNEY DISEASES. "ftwiri-is-ti.l.iytiml ttfolit tnlh Kiliini trouhlrt, nv imli-r trj, c'l'itv"!"' nlwiil'J, I ittul.t t). f Hit rrUrf from iuCJurt. A't'Jit.V H or-f i-uiv.l ttif. Jittn it, trrii ntfi-tr. FUA.K H'llJiU.S, ititMNti), JUa. LIVER COMPLAICJT. IVtuMni'l Without A'i.tit..lt'..r( if It ttwf SIS. It my .itvf u.i.l Ai.iti-! (ruti'ii'--. after Ilt-aUti: iliiajif. HAU L lluUiillS, II ilttumilutm, IK. l u PILESI PILES!! 7(m(r.-wT-)rl';i"-tinroM 1'ilri.nt nmetwtthrttr Hint txu-f '"'ti eyiirti l nil ccil'f. A'irftn-y-ll'-ri luicklucutiJttif. J..J.I.V T.Ailt:t.L,Ui-uUi, I t. CONSTIPATION. 7 irts ff invif ftr from rlodiiiI KMnfy aml tui lit rrljfi ATf',,iri' 'in Kfiir. i im tMirar writ 'l ill trr'.l U tvrr I V :t ir. t:tf U'v Orlfl it it dw iloiuto Kidnfv-U'rt, 1. 1'. HRoH'X, H etp-irl,N. I RHEUMATISM. uAP-rtvrnif f.iriUirt'j ifirJ,,ni r.htmtim ld kidn'U Imi'-V, Sultry -Wort hut rnlirrly rnrt n. KUiHWiiV MAl.VOL. 1I'm( flaift.JUr FEMALE COMPLAINTS. 'JT fnrv-ll'i.r. nt mwl my v ft after t:"oyrnrv 'i(l JJWAtW Ml, C. M. M'MUEllU:;, Sua UiU, Ua. FOR THE BLOOD. "TV mi-f if nr I fi'iiv unfit Kflnry-Wiirt mnrttJiw rer.ntxtfith Ihel-rtt remit: f.i'.- it till inall.it i: ieuuitt MinreMful l emr.hi I hurt titriwl." llilLUl'V. H.lt.l.oCit.V.tXonMon, Tt. MALARIA. "Hirfinfe .Vr'iri f.r ytrt, vttU liver itliente mnrtV netrMh fur ini.'ft. A .'uro; nit ln, d-wf.ir aiitl itilirinr did nouuuJ, until I nvf Knfm-jV-H urf that WUKt)m." hi:i: MAI.lt, UiletU.Wh RV.. S. 1.S. S. Y.tJentCtlv,KJ. It nets nt the same time on tho KID NCVS. LIVER nnd DOWELS stimulating them to hen mi y action nnu keepinK tnom n porfeot order. koj t; lit nmniarttH ir i Ll ntd r lire, 1 ho latter ran ln scut liy ms,ll. WELIS, RICMARnSON & CO., BURLINCTOH, VERMONT, U. 8. A. K-.tr.U. V. Q- Ms Csilsal. WORLD'S FAIR NEW ORLEANS Will be open to the puWIc on December ltt, next, and continue until June 1st, K5. Tlio Hemi'liti Short Kouto South will enable peo ple in the West and Northwest to visit the grpfit Exposition at a tr.fllnp coat, as this new route (the only direct line between the West and South) nmke the trip to New Orleabi a comparatively short one. Dm i ni; the great Fair, round trip tickets to Ni-vr Origins, good to return untilJune 1st, will be on sulc via the 3Ienuliis Knit, at very low rntcs frctn Kansan City nnd all point in the W'chl, and especial arrange men Is will be made to iu.-conmiodi.te the people in the best poialhlu manner. F.ntire trains, with sew Pullman liulTct Sleepers, tctwt.ru Kansas City aud Mtuiphls, where close connections are made- with ull Hn.' South and Kast The llemplila 8liort Koute Houth Is the only direct line from the Weet to Chattanooga, At lanta, Niishvllle, New Orleans, Jacksonville, and all Southern cities. Hound Trip Tourist Tickets are fohl via this route to all Uie pleas ure resorts of the South. Send for a map and time card of this Short Route, and note particularly lis quick time and superior accommodations. J. K. I.OCKWOOD, U i tie nd Passenger Agent, Kansas City. Hi si i ya . A r;.:: v- m rvM-ti -CsVI.'s"' ffirmtr(t jrptt kob'ngoterfenu)! Loalng flfsh, nrc j-nr? and don't sleop o'nlghta.oaf TakeViiouT'slriAsVijoK'rABi.i Pilij, my boT, ami you'll suuu la!k otherwise. I tiiKes em rt'gularly. They purify the lilonrl and euro all bil ious complaints. 1'crfeclly aafo to uke, being punly vejetabla HEALING AVrril0lT"bi7GS HOW IT IS DONE. Tho following tlisfaes are sueceotsftilly tro:itt'U and curd withunt nauseous druyi (,onsuinition. Catarrh, Asthma, Kidnuy A! foctions, Blood I m pur it tea, Uyiipr'nbia, tion rral iVbihtv, Nitvoukhphs nnd Fomnle Wt-alniPSR. Don't cuniounUlhis withordin rtv pai-iit in-'djcin-, nuacli, or catoh ponny aavHrum-monts. It Is n iniDifiii nriiioiinrrineTit. mud piuiiIMb br lri;irf. Hiiniln-iti wf i.ur WttU cilliciis ItnlormfU. ft will lirnr, (tid cuiim lavcstfAUun. Kcnd ymir atl tirci Oi.tl cue line n urui namn, nil wt- will nnid Vint full Piirllt'iiiari alid-it mir (!iiiiiMiinl ()xrtru 1 if mitiPHI. ImW It i iiacil nl ynur lumiti, aikI Ikiw nd rnliiiMrm nt nr olllcc mid ll.iitory. A-lrlrr.s, Dri. VoKUKN 4 Ubl)OKNl,,vi4Mlnit..KartitiClry,Ho. lW. W(VKV, H O.OVF.K.1004 Mnln ..... x . "-niri ri, n unaiitt I'llv. Hu. 1'itlHa. Shtiwll. DifMira. kllkfliew. Send fur iTlt-ei. IBaaHBBnHsnssjanainBMflMHBHflBsn SHOUR DS-.-&-.-STO R EY, Cor. State and Randolph Sts,, CHICAGO, ( Established I860 ), .nMD MANUFACTURING r -I IVI P 0 jewblhy, ATcHEs Solid Silver, Puted Ware, Optical Goods, Etc., Etc. ,; Wholesale and Retail. Mo,,rt ltor NEW 1Y.TKV?'JSD t"ATA,'OOVB aJlBwnpitAPrssBjBai FEPS 2WmiMmtrnpi7tnaVllh01ITltffnr11 ft fla ninsBuiiiui nfw innfinivin. iwoi oiormi riatte, iilfllUrtwminuiiiuo "'l" r'.r" " um vnsT a mi inntwt" o vr. m. uutirtt ot Pish n THE BUY NORTHERN .Kill. 111. Httr.1 rii.mn. V.t-nUU,. ,, llM.ftW. WlUprfnawe4Uloca. . .iiri-.t ln,lanr rar-Tfl VtWla In ana Was Woman's Suffering and Relief. Tbofe languid, tlrcsoma srasallons, causing you to feel scarcely able lo be on yourfwt lltil eonstant drain that la taklmt from yotlf 6jstern all Its fctnner elasticity ; drivlns; the blootu from ynur cneeKs; uiai coniinnai .iraiu upon your vilal forces, rcinltriUK you Irritable and fretful, can eaully bo remorcd by lUo nan of that marvelous remedy, Hop Bitters. Ir regularities and obstructions of your system, re relieved at once while the special causa ol periodical pain are permanently removed. None receive so much bencllt, and none aro ao proftiundry grateful, and sbow such an Interest Id recommending Hop Bitters as women. A Postal Card Story. I wax aflected with kidocy and urinary Trouble 'For twelve venrs 1" -After trvtnir all the doctors and paten, medi cines I could hear of, I used two IwUlea ol Hop "Bitters;" And I am perfeetlv cured. I krni It "All the time!" respectfully, IT. T. Booth, Saulsbury, Tcun. Hay 4, lbSS. Biunronn, Pa., May 8, 1875. It lias cured me of several diseases, Blleli as nervtiiiMiesb, Biekness at the stomach, monthly troubles, ete, 1 have nut seen a slell ilny In a icnr, since 1 took Hop Hitters. All my lltlish bors use them. Jlns. Kannie Oiimx- $3,000 Lost. "A tour to Europe Hint cost me M.0OO, done "me less pood Uitm one Itoltir of Hop Hitters; "they also curttl my wile of lifteen years' nerv "oub wenUncss, Blecplepsnc fs and uvspepsla." 11. M-, Auburn, N. Y. Pn. Bi.oomixovii.ib, O., May 1, '79. fina I have been aulTerinK len years, ami I Irletl your Hop Bitters, and It done me moro good tbau all tt.c doctors. Miss 8. 8. Boosa. Baby Saved. We ore so thaukful to sny that our nursing baity was penutineiitly cured of a dangerous untl' irtilrtielt-tl constipation nnd irregularity of the unwcla bv Hie use nf Hop Bitters by lt uiolhiT, which at ihe snmo tiiuo restored her to perfect bciilt'i ami strength. The 1 itit-tils, ltochester, N. T. tTT"Nonn irnnnini, withont, a Imneh of green llnpH on tint white hibol. Hlmn nil the vile, jhH Minimt, stuff witii "llofi"nr "llitpH"iutlittirnaint, la 1'IIKAPp HTHONi, rncf in nnplr. dnfi not ruxt or rittllp. In li A Nl'lisTITt'TIi 1 (tit l'IASTi:it, nt Jliilf ihe nnt) out-Ifi-ln Hit buiiriiiiK. cauim:ts ami hvus of r-tmi), rtimblittho wt'r( oil flutltB. CliltiRus And aMuiaji: V. II. FA V t,V t'O-.tamden, TUB OLDKST MKIMCIVr IK TUB WORLD 9 IK IMliiHAlH Y nn tw a a' rB'iiiftfiINO"R R Celebrated nvk wate i i.is nptif io 1a -i i-m-Lfiillv nrcnnrcrt ntirl- elnn'f iri'rrtiitlou. nn-1 hn tjft'ii In cum-unt un for in Mir-y n fi'ir.iirv.niul noi witlminintlng Hie many other pripiiriitloiiPitlikUiotvrlii-i-iiliiiniiliii't'llliittinictiiiirk pt. Lite pnlutif ilitmrli.-ic lit coimtmUly InorciwitiK. If llu illrrrt luiu Arc ftillowi'illi will ne ver full. W par-UriitBrlyltivlfllM-ftltfiuliiinifplivsU'lnniloItiinrlla UttUU m. A uomitauii. nuui aav vw.t nvj, . . nipn JOSEPH Pprirji 1..M by ALL DEALEltS throughout tho World: Uotd Ifledal Pari KxpoMltton, 1878 GOLD AND SILVER. All kinds Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating, also Chandaliers and Brass Goods refinished. First class work guaranteed. KANSAS CITY PLATING WORKS, lom Wt-et Sevtuth Dtreet, KitltouB t'ity, Mm, ti'iiui jiiMiH' nu.u.1, ivo SliinulCoract, 'A OO hplnal NuminaCoriet,.,. it'45 Bpllial AbtlntitinnlCoriet. 3 TO itecoiumeuded by leading phyalclani, delivered frto aiiywhure ill tha If. H. on i uci-.pt of price. lady Agent Wauted, Dr.Lmqcist'iSrtinilCoreetCo.jrJil'way.Nei , New Tort SEGRETSi . inoic conif mpUIiiiK mrnj58 ,.h'ultl trnuw. Iluadrcdt of ' Itri-riulii.hnwtorarc Ncrtoot Iti-lidity, Mllllliul nraltli'ti't ric, " ifLiin-iy micu furiO ccnti (mnimr or puitace 1U11 ipi.) Atlilrfti Dr. IiiuuUlA.Cur.lJr(Wilway Ai.aLui;tiAT.t6t.Lgui41o lin'lUiKhitriilfois ruti-U. liKlfil. mat rnnKli niT fstlth lit lis t'lUt it. v.Ui.tt I ii.t TWO HDTTt.Kd FHKB, ItcHiiTW It 'i V A l.t' A Ul K TKKATIHK on t till dlioua tonus HIT. ror, UIVDi'iprvanaml IV O. uddr'nt, Itii. T. A. bLOcUU.lsi rewlSU, Nor Tork. R. U. AWARE THAT . Loiillard's Climax Plag 1nnrlrtj n red tin tm ; llnt Lorlllnrtl'a ltiiMn I.fiif line cut : (lint lirllliird'i Navy I'MpphiBii, nnd that I)rlllrd' HuuIIa,ar iho lst and ctu'LijH'St, timllty conslilort'd Dr. O. W. F I T7 PATRICK. t'tik 08Wyaii'loitcSt.,KAJfAaCiTy,M w-'Sft-r-i TrculF all IHni'Hit'i of EYE AND EAR. hi-tni Artiflclil Kyea. Located 19yra BIAIIf jf'nl1 '"' ,in,t f',r VonrF MElluS- V MIK- MIM"' llott-l-.or EflLSlflr I ,v lf udvTlM"il InTh 'mi In- !mrl f.ir your PnrniK. Oitotla, iruun-r rujit--r-'tir lVPlrril lualiir... No. 1 lla .il nut m., KimKita t iiv. .Mn. (.Siiuipio f"'iy nnu ireuj l'Lr yt ar wild ukl:ilaium map us it in inioiu. Uliltlrn No imp, FmliiM4rd ant New i'hromm Cnrila, ii.inniii nrw , un KU-Kiitit 4 pan Cllt buu nd I'lnral Aiilttarujih Album with quotations, la p;i(;o Illutratcil Premium nd PrluoLiatlauct Ajfii'-'a CftuvMiiiiiii Outfit, ft 11 forl&cm. 8NOW&GO., Yalosvlllc.Coaa. IJIub. CKtalitirno aent FIIFF tn nil Ailit aiilii. AildrtM W. B. BWITH, BtidiBsui, t. 0. Box IblO, P Wl4t4elpltl,f A, BA SMin FlitMiM i:nlK.irMO'V.,nnll.drj0,ininr,Coin. WW Wiui t-u l'r.L.l Ki..ir,3Kr.-nrh Dulli vl'h WrUruluid V't'iil'rdtliit(.l,:l'.iki.ri.i..iici .'!r.(i vlllri-t, IK:. or lOpks, AadAUai-rtmiiuiititl,"1- llA.Ul'KN t'AUU CO., Uuuidra, Cuun, BIS fl WonMn rVabltCartrd Inll UfitUiny. Nupaj illlCaii. LPBTJH TEI.ECRAP1TY, r RH0RT-HAND am LnAIt typk WRITING t.t-to. ftfiiia1lna fur niihed. AtlJrew VaJtuUnc Ih'un.. Jain-Hvilie, Wit ttiutuo tvtr ulUtcd. Ad. J. 1. llliU jUUIU lIAl'dwrteMi (uiiMiile time, pu lIU awl. ted to poiltloni. W.C. UAU1U, Kaiuu OUy OnUHI tlAnlU t1nmiu1r.'d. Kt-M iBioniln tliu world. L. 11 4 K.I. KUULHS. Kansas City, Mo. n...... nn r lu. JoiiH A.M' lt!Al.n4Ca Paints, uils, wh.r.ic ftMi romn tiftR-r. m Faist eh MATEkui.i.O.UUoluwore St.,KBnsAClty. 3frc(. tr.(.t:AltIc().,(l'.nti'rlirook. Cnn larin applying to auy of the above advertiser, do not forgot to say that you saw tho ad vertlsement in this paper. SE FARM ANNUAL FOB 1885 IIatntaii : MMJ VW lint: jVllIUB.'S muq AUltlrrta OU a tMaadaJ ta nun mn nma - - - aaj., rmmutLnllfl. vt BEST WATERPROOF RIDINO COAT. CROWN srrnc t Crup-. So.d. nil., T.TT J".!.? ! '! "