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THE WEEKLY KECOED.
WASHINGTON. IVMiut Ut-vi:l;iu l lias maile tlw follow!):; appointments: M. ulster rcsldcut ami consul pnc ml Charles I.. Scott of Aliilutna, to Vcurzui'li. Consul miieral of Uie I'nltcd Statu Wat ner tirivii ol Ktiittu-ky, at Kau agawa, Jap;n. titan: J'alTa n-s John I. 1-ai-ou ot tmith ( anl tu, to I'nijjuay and I'araa-tiay. lonuU of tli.' I'tiitiM Mate. itfrtMJ Grmiknim of California, at Apia; AlVrt I.-vTiliii; of Nr- Y..rk at Bri'incu; .lo feph B. Hii-ln" of Ohio at ltirniiuulutn, Km: Ur.d; Juhn II. ruinaiu of iMoat llouululu: Victor A. iNirtoy of I't-nnsv 1 van: at I.nihnru; and 11 .ivrt K. W:t!:i-ruf Uremia at limit: Horn;. Thlnl nu-Ut. r of tin' In-aMiry .Mm II. Williams nf In liana, vice K W. ki'Igljtly rt'siirm d. 'Oil- iitt -.l. nt has fltpointt 1 the follow hit: lollevturs f inliTiiiil n venue: Cornelius YoorliitM for the t'oiirtli ll.-irii.'! of Missouri, vW- Karl.lA. Slrwast, rkne.l; .luhu Wli:t kr for tli- di-trl t of or.-Lun, viYe .lolm C. CartnrL'M m - cis-W; 1). lTatik Ura Ury f- r Hit ili-:riii of sm'h i .m-litm. via- Kllery .M. Ur.. t--ti, Mip-n-lr-.: ,l.iti.Mrtou Mk-ji-pir.l f..r U.v Mlli ilUtrlet "f Virginia, vice William I!. ( mi- mi;tii ! I. II- also a-I'oiiilt-il John lloS .nt ) lie rollei-'or uf vu& t m f..r tin- U trlot of i in-.n ju tliv ttatv of (recoil. The -KM stateiiit'nt f-!i.-w tin- ili-crcasr of tlic puUu- ,V - U- ?:.. !-( June IU t f: Irca-ury, fiv; ;i: t-'ai'ilin', jl.Vl.s Han.lii.tr, fill.:. t'lit-taiiiliii.'. , cat- s oit:-'.;ui.l:i, iliul:. It c.l h- moiillt of April to i-t- of tlic iIvM cilice tlie ea.-li in tlie jo .1 errtilieates out ll.i r tiTlilie.itei out t rt'luuVn of tl.-por.lt : n f-Mi.liiii; i. rliti- Icj.il temli r out-frarti-iii.il rurri'tiey imnint i--tl:nalnl I-".-t. VH. it. f'Ulnl-IlL', (ii"t im!1 1- i.t or ili Till' Mr from th- i r-1- 1 in fr..u-l. vt try ftlio f tli , I'a. Ire urv r Hail' Ml N to lia rr. eivnl ..i I i oin an v lir apt'llni ti t'.'KT'"-!. of Whirl, Iliu llik tiLT fun I :ii i-i -t: tli-' an.ir.U. iiu'lr hv ; tin' loinj.t,!;iti..i1, tli- H of th.- iii!i-!i-.r .l- i ;ini-i llia-le 1'V tl.e I n .-ti V C'iimin:--:i'i-'r liiii.' -e:i-in.,if l-l ;,:,-!,, lillliolljli tl.r a, ml .. lias ! t . i J -1 p.ivri nt li.ive rnn.iLri.il. Tii- i , in ae.'onlaiiei iith rourt cl.iiins, an-1 li in le l.y tin- i-ilin ri lit. 1 lie paineiit w.i rillr fi tin' ila - ciii 'e. Ll ilr-r'.-l'tla-Mlv If.iw n at r:iii:i'l''pliia. :-:-i!iit arc i'..-a-l, awl to -r. 11 W i-li.WS Who a:t rn -v Li- iHT.i! hi Ura te in -!i-1 to Ut til JT mi t ar..lu-t tlie .rli Siou a.-i;t f-T Ui-'-r unlawful li -nr ti i-ti t lJiek-on, t!-e V;i-!iin. I'liarnl wt'h i:n; r V Ti iii.iii wii-i wa- hi'i- t.-r- nuiu i f , -I. ill- thru -r:. ti.illt II. II .1 f -r ialngtli.,t a st ir-mut.- i I.r. iiL'lit iu:t f--l.n-W'Vr, e-.i! he tin- The tl.lr l u I'orls that tin- r liiore tliali li .i (u .Inly 1 w- -(in at lit itai::. :.VM I !,! rut y z- !: -.it trr.i'. i-tanl r -nil- of x tl.e li ia-li Celieral re- Inivr r'.; i-rt it'otl-. IIV poa.'e of tilt-. .;t;r- f.-r t 'Ihe prr,-,h:i: l.a, n. i-h- l.ti'-Hji his itilrn- iniiii-t.-r to ( hitri. ra v in tin- (inUm I-or MiCopiiii, of tUai to s; n i a ( a'iloin.a Hoth f.K-!i!i of th. il.-iii. i Mite Lave li -l-.r-r 1 i v .M SlUI Fr.meSe . for p"itjo-!, Pri'.-iil.nt tlrvrlaml i.a- a; p-,i M. M-rri. k. of Manlan-l. lo 1-.- ,i tlee of the MJpren.e t out t of t: Coluinhhi, an 1 .loiin (iule, of fcoliuil..r L'rtlrral. nl William -K-ial" jus lM.-trh-t of ;!u'a, to I e About u:se l.umln il i t)t are (ni.'icr.i in the work i-t i-.-um.tL' tl.- c.in, nirn-ni-v. ami fri-urit;-. in the Ct.it. il .-tat- tn-.iMirv. ami li is prohuM.: th.it l.lln-u day. tinie Will he re iiiiireil. Coiinir-Mi.iiri IS!. irk ha-1'f-lifion to tlie ui-L.-w r.f I, i! T Pe Li.n.'. of tlie .h-Mi; that the.le. riM-l ..iti.vr rrrs.Ient Cl-ve:ai:.l 1:.. i i-lnl t i jjrant a ii"Ut-nant Coiiiii::in it He, on the L'l-'imtl a- in active h-TViee. S isp; oiiitt-t .hinir- t.MtCJ. IIai. to tes-irv.-.ir jin. ral of Fiorhl:.. an.l lion, iiwr-p 11. l';rl; r ti l- nsp-cia! itLMit of the tn-a-niy ih-; n. The vork.tiL' forr, Infon l:a i u i, lilore than lo i m-1 imii"y to J ay thnn. r li .v . V.ir.1 at Vh t:,i. diharj,- of of the want of CRIME. A I'-oM train r..!.!..-:-, i mele-hainlril and nlmie. nilen .1 the e; r- - i-ar on the Louis ville, N.-w Athany ami ( ..i. a,'.. r;illro:el near Jlarrml-hury, In. liana. 'll,ur-.l.iv nijht. la-he-l out the lirains of the v re.-s in. -ciiL'rr ami LaL'gaL'eman, nfh-.l thi- j-afe of it-; eond-nts nml lle-i in the .hirl.nt It Is i s ima't il that the ml-hiTM urn.,, ah -ut J,um, Jioj of whl. h lie tlntfici when he -imij',1 fn-m thetr..in. At Cuiienrl. '.ti.lo. a (.. rin, m nanie.l Jins took an ax ami h-y. ml Hi h.-a-l of his ehihl fromtlieho.lv. Hep then Lett his uif.-on the brad until lif- was t Mi net. 'I li room .,,r,. l.loo.ly i-vi'h nee of a iln-a Ifnl (-'nijL'le. After Ills hhioly uYi'.l lies huiiL' hini'e f to a rafter, and when fomel all the hol es w. re stiff. At Collier's Stat jim. Wr-t Viririnia. forty four rounds were foiiL'ht l.y liilhai and Crow ley, of 1'itt-hurh, for a imr of M v, ( row ley was not only rendered helpl. -s, hut fell Into the hands of the the riff, and w;,s taken to WcllshurL' jail. It. D. Mtilhme, a railway Hiperinten-lriit at Chattnnooira. wa-rhh.rof.iniinl in a hotel una Tobhed of M'N). JU i-mM c.ire-. ly i-reathe when lif nwoke. T. C. Caini.hell, th" criminal lawyer or Cin cinnati, has ken acquitted uf the ehunre of lElTloKuuncy to a juror In Ihe li -rner murdiT i trial. 1 A party of Texaus who followtd pome II-d I river stoek-thieves ton ram i, in Indian Tml- I tory lost four of their number in the first ci-u-flirt. r A farmer named -tari.h Seott, 71 years of pe, routine in the vielnity of lloehester, New York, killej his wife with a revolver. CASUAL. Forest tirn nr.- r.'iLr:ii' mi 11, e llliic inoun tnina hrtwtcii lVrks. ;iml .Sileivlkfll muiilir. PcnnsylVMihi. Several tli"ll-iili'l acres tit tine Ivr have Urn ilcva-tatul. Hie farme rs fuel It useless to tl'lil tin- tire, lis tl.e wind pcattt-rs the Farks iu nil liivctiuiis. A rescuhm party from LcuklUe Hint out to the 11 inii stake mine ami look out eleven corpses from the trunk-house. Hie victim were hurleil in n nunw.-ll.le almut Kei'ruary "Ji, Ib shown ty letters ami pap'T- fouial. A fire In l he I.lmlell hotel at St. bunts eausnl thc creat'-st alarm, us the li'iute was well tiili il by families. The flumes ortuluateil In the cellar, awl rose no liidier than the cilice Hour. Ihe loss is ("timatid at ilo.lhi). One of the boiler-hi tlie TrcmoM hotel. Cut Teston, Texas, exploileil Sunday morn nir. In stantly killing several persons, wouiultnir several others ami tioini; meat damage to the hotel anil ftiljointiu; property. A huce 6tone fell fiom the top ot the Bur net house, In Uncitinatl, broke away tlie his toric balcony, ami crashed Into the harlier shop. A mason named bellel went dow n nllh the stone and lost his life. The telegraph records nn awful tenement houe horror in New Vorkelly riiiturtlav morn tni! in which cii;ht persons lost their lives and fourteen others tverc tnjuied. Uurlnf? a lire at rittshurcli, Pennsylvania, the collapse of the building; :nuseil the death of two men and inlllcted serious Injuries upon four others. Twenty-four business houses and fourteen residences were destroyed hy lire at Caliery, Ford county, Illinois, causing a loss of tlui, 500. FOREIGN. Kubar Pasha, the Kgvptlun prime minister, has formally apologized to M. Tallaiidlcr, the French charge d'affaires, and the llosphorc Egrptleu Incident Is considered at an end. During: Ids talk with M. Tallsndler, Nubar said he hoped to lie able on the first of next month to fix a date for tho payment ot the Alexandrian Indemnit'cs. A number of people of Valencia are betnjr inoculated with cholera virus, which produces tremors and prostration for twenty-four hours, but at the end ot foity-etjtht hours the patient Is well. All the provinces of Ppiin have scut doctors to study tho system which it Is believed Is a great success. The Hussion corvette Strelok has arrived at New York and will doubtless ho followed by tho British man-of-war Garnet. The former carries 10 guns aud haa a crew of 100 men. The shipping Interest has some fear that the will nick up a transatlantic steamer, should war be declared. Clarence D. Maxwell, oi Brentwood, On tairo, undertook to blackmail a Toronto mer chant, named Loula E. Dubois, out of I1,0U0, by threatening to accuse htm of murder. A false money package was forwarded, and Max well was nahbed when be called for 1L Two firms at Cowes are working night and Jay en 'or'7 torpedo boaU ordered by tb T!C-J"W t EnplUh government The admlrality has n tilled the oOlcrs ami men at all the coaM cuard stations to hp In readiness to Join theli ih'ps at a moment's notice. 4 The ezar haB erut au ultimatum to (iron Britain deiuaudine that the latter shall accept Kupsla's proposed boundary liue between Turklstau aud Afghani.' tan. If lire at liritam i refuses to aeeept this boundary, Huseia will : proceed to oecupy Herat. Ttie Husa an Eovemment has ordered th. ! Southwestern railway to prepare several bun-! dredrathvuy iarrii;es. ami hare them readi at an ut early moment as possible for the pur piwe of eonvevhift troops. The llritisl, boue 1 1 entiimons passcj tin v-iteof credit of t.V,ini,iNM for the army and navy, and at the request of Mr. (jla lstotie. refus-d to consider the Soudan allowanet separately. Famine prevails In Kordufan. Tlie revolt aija'n-tt Kl Malidl is spreadlui;. The report of the routing of Kl Mahdi, with a lua of llfty rmu, ut lealaiufa is coulinued. It Is reported that new. jm peri pnhl'jrht-l within the Kin-tan rmplre have bieu forbid den to print anything in reference to eurnu: events in Central A-ia. The Cireek piverniuent his decided as i. tueaiuire of economy to reeail the tireek Uiplo tualle reprehentatives abroad except the en voy at CoiiMautinopte. Vesuvius is airdn In a state of eruption. A copious it ream of lava Is fcstiiin; from the principal crater and lowing toward Torre del lireen and Pompeii. The lint s! tCMHiii. 'Iln t Is prop'i i pence oil the Drawing - i Imdjet shows n dcllclt or 11 - e' an. el'or ,.r the exchenucr ea d to raiie the iueoiiu tax to p .1111.1. f the fornications and haihor ot Vicloriii. I'.riti-h Cohuntiiii, wit-; lat month t. ken l.y a Km: py, who pretended lo 1 1 a fur-tm. ir. Kii iati r. s tv. s are inchlliinir at (i!osa. All huitie-h tian-;ie'niis now being entered in'o tLe-e arc uiid- rtak' n suhject to heavy war r-ks. Tin' llaliau L'ovenniienl inli inU to subsidize several Italian Uram-dilp companlec In order to prevent the K'de of their vis-il- to foreign nations. All the p-rtver-t have, through their rcprescn la'ive-. verl allv urge 1 I urkev to maiiita n a -t.i'e of in n'raii-y in i a of an Anglo Kukfnn war. The Hungarian tuinUternf finance is pre paring a tn- N-ue nf paper n-u'es to in create tin- trea-U'V balance of 1V-0 l.OKi tlorlns. The military n e rves .1 Denmark are bring iiiolih. d in i p. cl at i- u of be neeultr of pri'M'iiin 1. nirh neutnill'v by for.-e. I nit d Mat-. Mitil-ter Lowell will utiT. II the bu-t f S.niniel Taylor Coleridge iu Wist miiiMrr ai b y on the ;Mi cf Mav. Kn.-sla has ord.T- d the inobiliatlon of her .-out hern iinnv. It U evlmated. that Ohik) will l - ava i it-h- In twenty days. I lie lh Igiitn iluiniers have unanimously agrnd to mithon.c King Leop dd to act as sov. n-igu of thr Congo tate. It is iilid. i -toud the (iitli budget for l3.i wid j r-.ide I r ih" imposition of au inen-uM-of duty on foreign eiirari. The rielgian el amber of deputies has iM-d ihe bill inert .i-ing the customs duties em for e'gu .-ugars .", p-r ti tit. Loiii,. Mieln I, t!w. French anarchist, has re jettd ihe proffered i-ardon otb-re l h -r hy the Frer.eh g .vei ninei t. Tl.e piim-e of Wales sent u g.-hl peticll-cnse to the in ivor of ll.-lfa-t as a mark of esteem. M. Aiigii-t Ibiinont, the distlnguir-lud jour-nali-t ..r Par , Is dead. I'rimv Ali xrn-h r Karadur cll.of Servla. Is dead. MISCELLANEOUS. a 1'oiiiiin i,-re Cornelius K. tiarrison, tlis uie.,1 N, Yorl.er. once owner of the Ml.-sotirl l':iillie, pa-s, li,wav suddenly of paralysis of the lie ill :,t li s le-Hciicc, No. Park uvenu-', New V' lU eily, Fr.'lay. -Mr. llawl- y. ulei recently gave an alarm of lire In 1 he l-a'aee h I at Cincinnati, has l.cer. hn; rl-oiicd on eliari-cof arson, as a torn por. 11 li ,,f one of ttie oil, it ncw-papcrs was found hi her r ,m. A C. .Vcl or,l. of pes Molin s, Ins succeeded In Iheliog at Smi Frauei-eo a witness al'lc to i-stabllrh the identity of (Irtoti, tlie T:el l,orne claimant, whose testimony has lolu; K-ell de sired. liver two mt lion niickercl Were recently callirl.t III i lie day a hundred mile' oil llenie gat, mid line sain;lcs sold In New York for $1 a waon-ioid. or live cents a dozen. Colon 1 liaker, ex ovcriior of Indiana, did of pirah-i-. lie sliida-1 law Willi TlnuMcm Me,!;eti-- In retiiisylviniiii. and of lale years h.is I ," n fi arlner of Tli as A. Hendricks. Colonel Mat-on, f, rinerly I'liited States eon sill iMicial In lidia, til nu Inbrviewer In New York li.at 1ml a I- rile for icvolt iculiist lliilisti ru'e and alixiou, for Kii-slall sileee-s. K. .1. Il.ildwin, of San t'ranclseo, has been sod I'V tin' daiiL'1,1 rid a former tenant, at l.os Alig-k s. tor K"l') for I, reach of irom be. blie claims to lioid wiltten evidence. tieneral lirant Is said lo his plivslclans tube in In tier eondutoii tlian ut any time for a month. Ills lu'iid I'm, Is occupation In block-1 Im: out Work U on his allt,,louraphy. It I- stated that Mr. livers, the American consul iiencral at Koine, has resigned aud re tlmie 1 to America with the IlltelitlOU of outer ilii.' Ihe iTolesston ot journalism. ti'in r.il lrvin Metiowdl lies in a delirious eondd on at s;in Francisco, and is uniihle to reta il anything cden. Ills physlelaua have no hojte of siniiig h's life. At Woodwarl's l,orse sale, In I.exlmrtoii, Keliluc'sy, ?i.lHS wis pai l for n ciiestllllt sad lie LiMiiiL', fsm or u bay gelding, and 5Hi for a MaL'ic mire. ilayor liair son has hroiiL'ht another lil el suit ogiun-t '' ('.-, llrr iht.m, for pule lulling nn ol'j, etiolialile cartoon, placlin his ilaiiiiiges at $:i.VtvW. At a horse sale In Lexington. Kentucky, a .Vycar old -l ,11 on hy tleoree Wilkes was pur chased by Kdwaid bain, of Kenosha, Wis consin, for 4 ooo. Joa-iu n Miller has obtained In the Bllprt lne court of New Yotk an Injunction against the production hy McKee Nankin of the iihiv en- tilled "1 11,1 M'.l," With dllllllges Ot IS pel niniit lor its use. Mtnlst r Lowell is understood to have slg nlticd his willingness to accept the Merlon pro fessorship nt Oxford, with u sulary ot 4.VII per anuuin, II Die lionor be unanimously ten tlcrcil. Kent K. Hay len, of Omaha, has been ap pointed national bank examiner for Kansas and Neliraska. ,1. Krnest Melre. of Colorado, Is to be consul at Nagasaki, Mayor llarrisou has brought three suits for damages agalrst 77ir (7iie,t,i frr Ocom and Edwhi Lee brown, the aggregated claims he lug sou.lKiU. ChelHivgan reports the lec broken through the Straits of Mnekluae, and eraiu vessels can pass through by avoiding tho Immense floes ot Ice. A veil of natural gas at Bowling (Ircen, Ohio, which bush1 en dally yielding one ml. lion culiic teet. proved to lie onlr a nockct. Why Americans tire I'oor. Hiding ill a State street car ono day with II. A. Kobe, the retired clothier, ono of the millionaire Hebrews oi Chi cago, I asked him how lie accounted for tho financial success of his race Ho shrugged his shoulders and denied Iho nl legal ion, but added: "I can tell you why sn many Yankees aro not rich." "Well, why?" llecauso thoy never learn tho iirst principles of economy. See that votinir man com. ing into' tho car with a silk-lined over coat ami a silver-bciitlod ennof Well, ho probably gets a Biliary of eight dollars a week, llo'll never become rich, l.likngi) Cor ll'asii'i.jfort Chronicle. Evil Work of Whisky. "Tho ovil that whisky Is doing In this count rv is terrible,"" said Jiuks to his friend. "Why, what have you struck now?" was tho nucn. "Hero's nn account of a fellow who died from tho elluets of it; his name was Koso and ho was a shoomakcr." "Well, he couldn't always 'last,' could he?" I'rctzcVa ICreW.. A Texan who has lived for yeurs among tho cowboys says that many of Ihem aro gradu ates of eastern colleges. No one who haa ever lived In a c d'eeo town will wonder afior this at Ihus'orlcs which come to us hy tele graph of tin artistic genius of tho cowboys In pi'Dtiug Western caiciucnu red, - - - - l -i.'-?Li IV' DAIBYINO IN THE WK8T. Tha. Advantages Over Other Parti of the Country. Not ninny years npo, says The Chicago Times, men who had achieved ronsidorublo success in central New York in keeping cows and in makins butter and cheoso wero invited to at tend tho meetings of dairyuteu's as socifltiuns in the west, for tho purposo of imparting information. No doubt they accomplished considerable pood in tho matter of affording instruction in tho establishment of butter and eheese factories and in the sale of il-iirv tirmliKiin iH Bn. ii.J.I"0Wff 1110 nnrso neiti uy u switch oi SiK J l 0'1!1, '101' ! tho nose, whilst Woodford was smear 'peaking had a bad .'fleet. Their es- timato of tho capabilities of tho west to produce milk, butter, and cheese that would compare in excellence with those produced in "York state" was excecilinjrly discouraging. Some of them thought that only inferior articles would over be produced on prairie farms. They declared that it required a somewhat hilly country to furnish tho grasses thai produeo tlio best milk, and they stated that spring water was essential to successful dairying. A few took a rather more hopeful view of the matter. Thoy expressed tho belief that grasses suitable fur tlio pro duction of good milk would sometime be raised on the prairies. They thought, however, that one generation of men would be required to prepare farms for tlie occupation of dairying. After the native urairio sod was 'reduced, drains weie cut, anil the land kept in cultivated crops for thirty or forty years, thoy thought that, good past ures of tame grass might be establish ed and good milk produced. It was wen enough to make in the nieantiiui1 some butter ami cheese fur the iinit.lv I of local markets, where the patrons ' were not very particular, aud some of j these inferior dairy product! might j find a sale in tho east at prices much below those realized by eastern dairy- j men. .Many who listened to Iho re-j marks of these "wise men from the east abandoned the idea 01 b mine ' dairymen, and others dilliL'enllv labor- ed to improve their farms so that their ! noys, m a distant future, might make gocvl butter aud cheese. None, or nt least very U-w, thought that they could successfully compete with "Yort ; slate dairymen in the production of butter mid cheese designed for tirst- class customers in the great cilics of Iho country. " 1 It took but a few years to demon slratu the fact that liie great prairies of the northwest were capable of pro ducing as much and as excellent grass as any territory In the country. Iu fact, it was shown thai the native grass nf ihe prairies lurnMifd good fund for milch eons, and that the pasture grasses that are iu layor in other places could bo inU'o diieed on a prairie sod with very little dilliciilty. Willi good grass and an abundance of grains, and win, t,0 same breeds of cows that were kept in the dairy regions uf Ihe eastern stales, there was im trouble in obtaining gufjil milk. Skillful ban, Is converted '"this niilkiiitobiiiteran.lehee.se of excel lent quality. At several national and international fairs butter and cheese made iu Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa were awarded the highest prizes. A reputation was gained at home and iu foreign countries. The proprietors uf western creameries ami cheese fac tories were proud to put their names on nil the packages they sent out. Thoy established boards nf trade in ail tlie large towns which wero dairy centers, and caused the wholesale, dealers iu butler nud ebeesc In attend them in order In obtain goods to sell again. They saved Ihe margin long allowed ctuiuiiis-iun merchants, abuF ishod Ihe credit system in disposing of dairy products, "and adopted .sound business rules. The prospect fur dairying in tho stales ami territories coiiiposing the northwest are now excellent. ' This portion of the country enjoys ad vantages for dairying iiot possessed elsewhere. It is an excellent country for producing grass, which is the fond childly relied nn fur making milk. The fertility uf Hie soil ins nut been ex hausted by the continuous production of grain. Imps, and tobacco, ns is tho ca-n in niaiiy parts of the cast. Corn and nil the smaller grains are chielly rai-ed. No cuiiimereiiil fertilizers are required in order to produce large crops. Il is easier an, 1 cheaper in cul ler! herds of dairy cows in tlie west than in tho cast. 'The production of itcei is one oi mo leading insliliilions. l'arties purchasing or raising animals in nn ion preier steers, ami cows can readily be obtained for dairy purposes. 1 sli'l lll'u ' eing talked up. Tho South The facilities for marketing western j ington creamery reports tho nverago dairy pn duets tire now almost uvorv- j earnings per cow, fur the year lHx, thing thai could be desired. Thcro 'is ' l,:1V(' hecn ijb'l, the gross process be an extensive local market, lluiter and , inR I"'1' euW- sll"l't lj Per cow cheeso arc in unslaut demand to sup- i '"r expenses. ply milling towns in the distant west j Tho farmers of tho interior of and lumber-camps in Iho mirth. Sey- West Virginia arn truly afflicted. A oral times during the past few vears ' heavy loss 'of stock bv the great scarei- ine complaint lias iieen made hy east em dairymen that butler and cheese wero curried from luwn to Huston cheaper than from Vermont. Trans portation companies now contract to deliver western dairy prod ucts in Liverpool and fila'sguw at rates that wero not anticipated a few years ago. In many places capital is necessary to develop tho dairy interest in the west. The farmers have no money to put in butter nud cheeso factories. I'bey generally commenced poor. Ihey have spent years in improving their places. All tho monev Ihcv could obtain from tho sale of crons has been exhausted in making fences, erecting buildings, breaking tho soil, nnd purchasing machinery. They lingiil exchange some of the stock they now have for dairy cows, but thov havo not tlio money to erect buildings suit able for butter and cheeso factories and to purchase suitable machinery and implements for lliom. Moro knowledge of tho proper sholtering and care of milch cows is also want ed, nnii moro instruction is needed in tho art of milking, Iho earn of milk, tho raising of cream, and the manufacture of butler and cheese. Western farm ers havo been advised to convert their gruss and grain into meat and wool in oruer to savo in tho matter of trans portation. Thcro is a greater saving in tho matter of ti asportation in con verting grass nnd grain into butter and cheese than into meat aud wool Another thing necessary to perma nency of success in dairying is retain ing a deserved reputation for oxccl lenco in the articles produced and put on the market. The adulteration of butter nnd cheese, or tho impoverish ment of tho latter bv tho removal of the cream from tho milk, can not long bo carried on without destroying tho reputation of tho maker. Industrial Brevities. Kansas correspondents report apple buds generally alive, and promising a fair crop of fruit. Poach buds wero killed by tho sovoro cold in ail por tions of tho stato, excopt In the south central, where tho promise for a full crop is encouraging. Pears and cher ries promise au average yiold, excopt in theextrome northern countlcs.whore they wore damaged considerably during tho wintor. Illackbcrrios and raspberries sull'ored from freezing. nnd will not make nn nverago crop. The hardier varieties of grape promise nn abundant yiold in all sections, whllo strawberries will mako about a half crop. The prospect for a fruit orop is much more encouraging than was an ticipated. Persons living in isolated regions in the territory are fond of stating that there are" no Insects to trouble fruit, or the trees and vinos that produce it, 'they seek to convey tlio impression that thcro is somothing iu tho localities where they livo that ia un.nvoriiblo to insect!.. This, how ever, is not tho case. It Is only a ques tion of time when insect!., Iii'li tuxes, aud paupers will bo as common thcro as in other places. Henry Woodford, furrier, was pros ecuted " tho other day in London by tho Socioty for tho Trevention of Cru elty to Animals for having burnt the mouth of a horso for "lampas," which is an inllainmution of the roof of the mouth caused by teethiiij; or a disor dered stomach. A witness stated that lie saw the horse held hy u switch on lug tho roof of the mouth with a hot iron. Thcro was a quantity of smoko, and a frizzling noUo arising from the burning of the flesh, and tho animal was moving its head backward and forward as if in great pain. Tho magistrate dismissed tho charge, at tho "evidenco showed that veterinary surgeons W'!ro divided in opinion as to tho treatment for lampas." Mr A. C. Tiehenor, says a London paper, has lately patented a process by which n current is passed through milk contained in a vessel of special form, ami butter is formed in little balls on one of the electrodes. It is said that to extract tho butter from forty-live litres of milk, tho current from a dynamo-electric machino equivalent to' that of about forty Dan lell cells, for from three to livo min utes is all that is required. With such a current tho balls of butter are sulli cintly voluminous to detach them selves from the electrode and float t tlie surface of tho milk but the butter thus obtained has still to bo churned, so as to work the small nieces into a compact mass. In lining three butchers, a short time ago, for selling blown mutton, Justice Massev, of Urooklvn, maoo tho following sensible remarks: "It seems to me that a butcher who sells diseased met is as guilty as an auoth- eearv who sells ooisnn. The f;iet ilmt the driiL'L'i.t was ii'iioi-ant of the tri lure of the goods he sold would bo no excuse, anil if he knowingly sold pois- on because it cost him less than tho drug asked for lie would he guilty of a great crime. The same is true of these billehers. I think they should not bo allowed to sell if tin v don't know diseased meat, and should bo severely dealt wilh if they knowingly sell it." It is often a mystery why well-built and carefully-inaiiageil houses, espe cially iu the country, burn down. An illustration of iinsii-pected causes was fiiitnd by the Sanitary Science club of lb'stnu nn tine uf its visits of inspec tion to the houses nf the members. The cellar had been lathed mid plus itered.and the wood was allowed to touch the hut-air pipes of tho furnace in four out of the six places where tho : pipe, passetl through. The aim seemed to be lo make its light a joint ; as possible. A very hut lire could hardly have failed lo char the laths. An Kndlish paper says: Lnrd South esk's ehniee bet'tl of puiled cattle was sold oil' at Kinnaird hist Wednesday. 1'iiir prices were realized, bill only four were sold for Iho American mar , ket, which were purchased by Lord Airlio's factor fur .Mr. Lyiilph liglivy's ; farm in Colorado. Several lots wero ' bought by Lord Aberdeen and Lord Sirathiiiiire fur their respective herds. The breakup oi the Kiuuanl tariii and establishment is greatly regretted by all classes in 1'oi-farsliire. Prof. Sheldon says the daily school near Cork has bad the cli'ect " of per ceptibly raising the average of butter i iu the south ut Ireland. A number of young women have been well drilled , in the principles of biitler-tuaking in I that valuable institution, and these iu turn have carried the reform into the localities in which they live. The spir it of emulation is extending, mid tho people are beginning to take pride in their dairy work. Itepofts received from lifly of the one hundred cattle ranges on the Cherokee strip. Ihe great cattle belt of tht! west, show that the results of tint severe storms of the winter have not been so tlisastruus as were auticipaleil, nud a loss nf less than VI per cent, of through cattle have died thus f:ir. With the wintered entile it has nut been sn seriuiis, the death ralo uniting them being below l! per cent. ! The business of associated buttcr : makitig. by the cream-gathering sys j tcin, is rapidly extending iu C'oiiuccti i cut. Severn! new enterprises of the kind are being organized, and are being organized, and others ty of fund and the extreme cold is now followed by ravages by wolves, which infest the Klk and t.reenbner moun tains, and bv eagles. A lloek of eagles have carried oil' sheep and other small slocK to the value of !?1,0'KJ in Union district, Clay enmity. Tho making of a good milker de pends not only ill Iho ubililyof tho cow to produeo milk nt a minimum cost, but essentially, also, in the training, not only to develop those qualities to tho highest degree. Proper feeding is necessary, and of fully as much value will lie tim tr;iitiimr I bill bullion, roll. ' no,.,, ooo n, of,.,,,?,. e o,l ,nwi- ,n,,l I nLni- ..f fear Ulica parties havo procured lifly thousand brook trout from tho slate hatchery at Caledonia, X. Y., fur ro stocking tho east branch of the West Canada Creek. Tho young trout ar rived in Prospect Wednesday, ami wero at onco started on tho road to Jlorohousovillo, Thoy will bo deposit ed in tho crock noar tlio latter village Several f irms in Yorkshire, nnd Lin colnshire, I-.nglanil, havo recently been lot at enormous reductions in rent in somo oases over 50 per cent below tho nverago ot recent years. In Lincoln shire a farm which, up to 1SH1I, was taken nt a rental nf 1 Us. lid. por acre, has now been let nt auction at l'-'s, per aero. A farmer in Mark's Creek township. North Carolina, on April 9, just nflur daylight, was surprised to seo a largo bird 11 y down into Ins lien, l imn h heard a hog squeal. Ho tired and killed a bald caglo measuring seven fcot from tip to tip of wings. The half-year old hog was killed by tho eii-ric. Iho value of tho dairy product of the stato of Iowa nlono, for the year 1HS)4, amounted to S50,O00,0U0; while tho total valuo of tho buttor, choose, nnd milk produced in the United States, for 1HM, was $.'iDO,000,000. Those liguros aro bost appreciated by noting the valuo of some of the other products. The prcsidont of tho Now York Dairymen's association says that tlolstoin milk contains vory small cream globules, which aro slow to rise; henco tho Holstoin milk will boar transportation hotter than tho milk of any othor cow. Don't havo fancy devices for picture frames. Picture frames should bo of gilt or oak or walnut nover of volvot, never of ornamental leather work. novor of shells or burrs, or of anything fantastic, Whatever the material, let ornament be sparingly used. Picture frames should sot oil the picture and not sot on themselves. Twenty:five yeari complete tlie round ot we)) csrctl for CHQary't career. A Bad Career. Tho divorced wifo vt ft Bonanza millionaire recently ctimo to a mourn ful death principally from taking chloral, which unsettled her ruinit nud demoralized her whole physical sys tem. Sho had been woakiy ami ailing and felt her need of something- to drown her sorrows ami braco up. Had she taken ltrown1 Iron Hitters sho would have been invigorated so that she could have tought her sorrows oil', nnd enjoyed healthy life. 'Ibis valua ble medicine cures general debility, toyes tho nerves, strengthens the mus cles and aids digestion. .louiiiiilistic 1 1 em. A young man of nbility but not o) much means, was talking about starl ing a new-paper iu Houston, and was telling a friend about il. "You can borrow li ft y dollars and start a new paper," said the friend, encouragingly. "You darned fool!" replied the would-be journalist; "if I could bor row lif ty dollars what would 1 want to start a paper for? I want to start a paper so 1 cau borrow the lifly dol lars." 7V.'-'t.i Fijiiiifx. The Hight lteverend ltishop (iil nmur. Cleveland, Ohio, i one of the many eminent church dignitaries who have publicly added their emphatic eiiilni'semeiit lo the wonderful ellicarv of SI, dacobs Oil in cases of rheiiiniT tism and other painful ailments. There is nu hitiiiialiou today fiomoeoof Ihe sable chiefs of Cciilm' Asia thai ll.e lt'is slatis propos" lo take lli Av 'Uh Khan, when the proper time nriives nud iiitle him Auieci1 Bill will he lie able lo rule the ro.,.1 Pelllaps Ayoiib Kl.llll and perhaps lie Khalit. Cin'iit ii'iti 'I'iutti tir. All Important Arrest. The arrcsl of a suspicious character upon his general appearance, move ments or coiiip.-ii:ioiisiip, without waiting until le.! has rubbed a traveler, lireil a house, or murdered a fellow man, is an important function of u shrewd detective. I-'.ven more import ant is the arrest uf a disease which, if not checked, will blight and destroy a hiitumi life. 'I he frequent cough, loss t.f appetite, general languor or debili ty, pallid skin, and bodily aches and pains, minuiiuces the uppruach of pttl mniiiirv cuiistniipliun. which is prompt ly arrested ami pcnuani'iilly cured by i'r. 1'ierce's "(luldeii Medical l.iseov cry." Sold by druggists. A llrooMvn g rl who has the mumps le awfiillv Iliad ha-allsc her h st h'-all t Id her she ought lo be nior ' i oli'.e ili-iu to chew gum 111 lllS I'HSeliee. "1 lhiii't Want licliot; lint Cuve," is the exclamation nf thuiisauds suller ing from catarrh. To all such we say: "Catarrh can be ciire'd by Dr. Sage's Cat art'h Heiuetly. It has been dune in thousands of cases; why not in yours? Your danger is iu delay. L--close a stamp to World's l.ispetisary Medical Association, HulValo, N. Y., for pamphlet on this disease. Wolilin may let l.ave any gn at fondness for ihe clothes-line, ,-as a i-hiloso; her, but there Is one line they lo-.c the in iscul ue Weak lungs, spitting of blood, con sumption, and kindred .'iiieclious, cured without physician. Address fur treatise, with two stamps, Woiti.ti's Ulsl'KXSAUV Mlillll .M, A-.SIM lATlOS, Ilullalo, X. Y. Kl Mahdi has n wail on his i heel.-, bill the stiawberry mark is wanting on bis left nun. Habitual c ,n-li! at on s no! oulv oi of I!., III st nil leasan . I lit a1 lia-sa til lie of the uio-l In jure it- coteiilloiis of tlie l.iiman system, ami is bul a forerunner of il.sea-e. un less remold. Tnis i ll-ual V lieeompii-licd oylhenscof purgatives, which for the tlni" ilfopl relief, but alter their liiiine dlule elbets ll.'.Ve passed thev leave tl,e -ysb III 111 11 llor-c tale 1 .1111 before T' t IT--i t o cure it is lines- aiy Ilia' the reine v used should be one Ilmt not only by Its c;itl,ailic clhcl relieves the iweis, let at tlissaiiie lime acts ns a Ionic, so , lo re t ire the iTillls to a solll.d, heallliv lid ttou. This I',;:, ,.v As III 1 1 mis will i. It removes the eaii-e and restores hcall II. .lay tloiild t partial lo hake I potatoes, and takes his milk straight, wiihout walcr. The purml. iwectMt .n't best Cod tiv.r Oil in " world, liiiuiiifnctiired fioni fioh, healthy UTS, llliitll the -eii.-Iiore. It i- llh-ohlleh I, lire mil sweet. Patient- u it, I ia v" once taken it etc- I to nil ol hers, I'hi-icians have d-eid, it it superior lo mil of tie. oilier oil- in the mirk"!. Miale O) 1 ASWia.l., IliZMili.V Co., .Xt'iv Yolk. Chspped Hands. Faro, Piiwnlel tmil ronelisKin aired bv 11-illLl .1 uni Tnr Sim, ule I,i r,.- well, llajird.V Co.. New York. The liei'oril of the tours. Thl'slll.erioritv of Wells l!iel.r,U..n .1- C. tiefrov, d Mutter Color over nil others mini-. ill! ilelnullslnit, il by ils reeuul III the An. Illinliiil I airs. 1 he l-l ol praclteiil li.,, i- what tells Ihe siory, ami the urc'i' value of tim premiums nivvu by I In- Aurieiilturiil Fairs, lies 111 tlie fact, thai Ihe judges in tlie. case are roe-. lilar fur rs. w ho know what their le ei:ire and what will supply llo-ni. Wells. Iliehaid-on A , luoirovetl linr.-r i olor. which has t;,k lirrl premium at all fair- where exhibit. -it, i- put up in 11 vegetable oil so prepared thai il eaiiliol eonii' ranenl. ti mo-t iiiiporouil properly, i le ick of which is flit it to so ninny of the Kuiier. olors olleriil for sale. Il doe- not color il.., butt, r-inilk; i! inil'tiils u hrieht n.-.liiral color. which is utiatiaiii' l by niaiiy others: tmil 1,,-llig the stloueesl Is Ihe cheap -st l olor 111 tli, market. Mas. T. .Mi C.iiinii. Il chlniul Center. Wl aflir HtilTelhig six vears villi an aggravated :' oi salt rheum, was i ma d III the Use of Cole's CarlKillsalvc. go and ."SI cents. Sold til I'lllgglSlS. Ilrowii's briini'hlnl 'Iruele s for Coughs nnd lolils: "I Hi nu t'u in Hie licst nnd mo.-l eon vcnletil rel cf extant." .'n'. C. J. Iltuniirtii Units, A';. Hnlfm-i! N the lic-l. In, ma buy inillathin in riu i ii. Almntiilfht Freo from Opiate, Jumrtiva ami J'ottonM, A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE For 'ftugh, Hope Throat, Ilonr-cnr", Intlui-ncs, t'ulil. HranHiIlt, Crmip, W tittuping Cuiiffh. Attaint, luhT, I'ltlnatn hrat. ftinloUaT fl- il,.ii.,fll,'l'lr(11 Bii jlUltat, TrlPP HO renin a tiottlr. 8nM Lv IlrnffBlMn wrl Tien., prfi. trlli unnt-lf In m-Utrt thrir itutlff UturimttillU grl It for Ihrm trill rw I'tubvUleiprttiaraeS paid by itmUntj oufdnltur to the n wii.i:h a. vimr.i.rn rnnrAHT, . ttultUiiiTfjft!i1 tUnuliii-turrri. lUltlai.it, Manual, T. & A. ASK DRUGGIST MILT BITTERS. TAKE NOOTI1ER If you wMh nTPRTAITf CI KKfiirlill.lOI NNE''.. IX .IIUKMTIO.V, Dl NI'mU. LOSIN OF AI1'KTITK and MI.FKP. Notlilnir win. ever Invented thil will TUNE I'F Til K HYNTKH In tin: WniliiB of the veftreqtiiii 10 iiiii'ana mam iu i i kki tji onlr (jP.KI! Ii t arn lininnf url n rrd hv I hi- II 0 11 AS J malt m'WISlta of Uctrvlu, Mich. Eeo Star TRADErMARK. Don't Skip This, Bo many schemes are put before the nubile for the increase of newspaiier circulation, wht:h seem to Ik plausltile ami yet ore fraudu lent, that when a legitimate, honest clfort ia niadc to Imlltl up tlic circulation of a legiti mate, honest paper, by legitimate, honest melius, jieoi'le who have ts'cn so many times duped, arc very slow to resp nd to the genuine scheme. We are led to this train of lliought by a perusal ot the advertisement of The Amrrkan Jiuriil Jlome of KnehestiT, N. Y., putilishrd in th's Issue of our paper, to which we call the ntteut'on of our readers. We are acquainted w ith both paper and publishers and take pleasure in recommending it asone of the very best farm ami faintly journals In ties country. Flvery pers-'ii who sends one dollar forn venr's subscription to tliennivr receive a handsome prcseut w hich is douatid hr the ail vcrllslng patrons of the papT. These pre miums coli-lst of Cntlc, Land, Iteapers and Mowers, Plows, Books, Pictures, Organs and ousainls ot oilier valuable articles. The lluriil Heme Co. is entlorsid l,v Hod. 'ornelhis Paisons. Mayor of Koehester. to w hom you can w r le if vtui have any doubts as lo us reiiaiui iv. li win pay y ti lo seuu lor sample copy if nothing mofe than lo get a noli nt Hits great twelve-page, stxly column tl llstraifd piucr. Ad. Ir, ss Rural ' Home Co. Limited, Koehester, N. Y. A CA I II I. To nil wlio uresntlerintf .rum error. and lluliser, lions of )"iitli, lierToits weakness, early d"i'H', less of iniuiliood, Ac. 1 will send a recipe Unit w ill cure jon, rio-iK or ciuiior. This (treat reiimly was discovered by a missionary in Bollth America. Heiul welf-addressed envelope to Iter. JosmI'H T. Insin. Sialion I). Nuw lurk. A fittFT erupt inn hfi r aiint nvc thof nr ttie i ;i nn",,-.; t i,t- ti i ;c ti .:i--i:vi- ulll t'ir. H I a i if mil'l i:il, lrli nc fill I Irr t il 'i d ni of kin iiml hii ), 1'iH'f mi.l .mj Ai I'rurf A QUESTION ABOUT Broivris Iron Bitters ANSWERED. niPfltiMtififchiia nrrthnt'ly hrn iiakM thmmnndi of tiitidrt. "How run Mr"tr run Hit htm cure i-vt-ry-IliitiK?" Well, it tt "Mi't. lint it il.MMi-urimiiyuWai't f-T which ri'it-.it:illi iiinn vrmil.l jin-m-rittii HioS Plij-niiiiiiiit ri.-ti-;uiii, Jr.ii m th ln'ht n-sturMire wit kii'.wn ti t!ii .r..r.'rfiin. kiu! imiiiiry f ntiy Wiliiiir t li.-mii nl tirm mil hiitixtinint) 1 Iim H.MTti-.n tti.it thi.ni r iDi.rp nrt'i.inti'ini ot ir 'ti than uf any Oil) it hiil i-t ntii'o uHo.i in mi'Uii ins Thin Hln.vfn cn-rluHivil- Hint mm n Arkn.mt.'ilirr.( tu Iw tim mir-t ImimrtMil fni'ti r inniicci'Niifi:! iu.-ili.-;il ir.n'lii-ii. It i, li .nfrt-r. H r-m -tUmM" f net, Hint iTi-T l"tho di-rnT. f-ry .-f IlliOW N'MIMtN ITTi:iSimTfwt ly aalinlm-tir' ir-.n eimihinniiiin hmlmcr liwu livitid. BROWN'S IRON BITTERSlKS beadnche, or priMluft runtipntinn nil other Iron UH-ilii lnrndo. HIIOM N !H IKON HITTKKS rurrNliidiKt'Ntltiii, HllioiiHiirMit.AVrnltnfHK, llvnprpiiu, Jlnlnrlii, litllsi nnd I fvcrw, Tlml l'rrlinT,(.rni'riil liability, Pain inttm Side, llnrknr l,liubN,llindnrtiOrindN(iitt.t. Kin-fur all (hew ailmnntu lr-.n ! prrwri.K'd ilaily. BriUWN'SIRDNBTTERS.rt'0: Diiniit. Lilc.. all fvrhfr thnmuuli mwlirltiMi. it artu f,,',lJ!' 1v,l"n I'T I'l'i ttia tint ai-mptom of tii-nrlit is n-n..wwl .-nnrr. Tln mtwlen t Iipii Imcnma flrmiT, tho .lit.-.."!!,,;! iniproTM. thn Im.wHh am artivo. In 'fiH'T. thn..tf.ol i-t tiPtmllv tn-T- rnpi't .t nmrkfl. TIlorjMbcitiD at.vnt n to l.rili.-n ; Ihn filiiii cl.-arw up: h.ulthy l-..i.rr..ni.w !,,(, wrvnnani-m oiasii'nrs; ftmrti-mnl ilt-mnc-nii-nt" lM'(-.nn r-i" mi, am i. a nilin Iil-HIIT. aiXltl'latlT Htl'ti-nflll.'S m rttlllllll,,! fir tli ,-liiLI Ifu.nn,,,!,.,, II-....,'.. I. Bitt.TM is tli OM.Y in m tm-ilirino tlmt in n-t in Juuniia. fhjtfi ins liru-ti'-'i rrommtn'l il. rjo Grnuinn haa Tmlo Mark and crw.1 ml lines onwrapiwr. TAKK NO OTHKU. Th$ mttfnrttjf of the ilia of th human body arUe from a derangement of th4 Liver affecting both the ttomach and botetla Sn order to effect a cure, it i neoeuary to remove the caute Irrtgu far and Sluggish action of the Bowetr, MIeadaehe,mchnfM at the Stomach, 1'attt in the Back and Loin $petf vindicate that the Liver U at fault, and that natures 7 u(re ast$tance to enable thi organ fa throw offtmpurltlrs. Prickly A Mli iilttcmareMptctnlty compounded far thin purpoge They art enitd in their action nnd effective at a euret ore pleasant to the tante and taken, eaiily by brithchlldrcn andadttllii Ta Hen according to direction, they are a aafeandplraeaut cure for DyHpcpa!a Ccncrnl Utbillty, HaUttttnl Com ntiputlous ilinciiHca Kiancyt9t etc., etc. jtaUlooclXurltJerficy are euptrior to any other medic Ine flmniiii0 the tyntcm thoroughly t and imparting new life and energy to thetn valid It ts a iucdlclno awl not an iDtoxlcatlntf beverage All Y0U1 DBUQQ1ST fQI PBICRLT MH llTTIRf, DdUksnooUisr. CBICB. 11.00 per Bottle FH1CKLT ASH BITTERS CO..S0LE PROPRIETORS 6U XeUU ftUd &41UM U1L. Mo. RockforoWatches ronnnylinllrrf ill i.'.V AVI1SII SKRV1CE. llSS!lf''S,-f, 'li'i'liioili'liin ill 'Iho - !i.;r.f-i-fsV "- on, Ii v I Ii h A d in i i n I tL irjSi ,,, I-.K -Vunil Olxrrv omiiuiiMiint: nt i nu flrrrrflir., 'prfl niory, nir asiii,- W .,--.. -rs?; fcinmili'iil worli I iltnl iiriXSSrJ-j' VJ'liii lnrK ami Hull-K'V5Sv--fy'f-'J- -1 wily ini'n. 'I li.y ilr. -.-. i,!i'..Kiii.i ii . Inr till llsi'i 111 will, " ri''-r IL ULU I I'ANV'S cxrliiolvi) Ak't'HtH UaMUugjawtUra.) u ) i!v u l ull V'uriuiujTi 'litis rtintily vuiinnm nn trtjnn Ely's Cream Balm wtirn npi'llfd Inm Hio n. in In. will Lit ni.-url.i'il i-nct-itiiilly cl.'.n-linr In-lu-.nl of caintrliiil villi-t-iuiKlnu lifiilitiy st-i'rrtt. mi lt iillny liiiliiTiiTii-iili.ii. pin "Il i-hI'In, iinipl(-li-l :ila Hit1 fim-miml rot ir.- srli-CH r f hkI.s kiiK l and lii-arliiK- 11 Ih Not a Liquid or Snuff, A frw iinillmtloni Ti' nvo. .1 ihr ,itiih itvi tilfiit Till viltf, Aj;ri'r;ili In list-. I'rlif :t i rnis l miiil nr nt ilriiKKl"!. t-cn- HAY-FEVER KI.V I1IIIIT1IKUS. llrUBiiUK, li-,n, X. Y. DR. HENDERSON. 000 & G08 Wyandotte St.. KANSAS CITY. MO. ta im-unjitiiu, AiiinonrMi inirDiivnn Chrunli', iMirvims tun I Hin-cliil Diaonaea, i-trf ft Itol.tllly lI...fH..f'rM-inll'o..rUo. IfiT "r,,t-'nw,tir tmmoy ti't'iniiU-tl. Clmrn- i iVA flfliab low. jL''-m"1 rxiKTatit-eaii-iiiipiittalit. Ko riuimry wrh.mnom nnii i.-iih- uir-i. l tunc luntnim tiiiiim-ii. l'attt-nU from n ilistniirt- in ntrj l.viuall. Mrdi- t iiii'iprtitfvrrvwtirn'ffi-c f-"in k'nw nt lurnkiiLi;. Wat.-y.iur ta'p "'"I F-'inl 1'i.r ti-Tiii. ..in tilmiiriii Ir. . aH niiiUil.'iitnl, A liUUlv mr iwui mxvn, iiiuitu, n in. hi.-n i-rw 111 tytmi'i. niiniMnTieiwTiisCREATTunKisH nnLUitiHiiom iiheumatic cure. A POSITIVn rt'ltK for rtHKirMATlSM. $r.00 for any rnscilii Ifrainu i.t fatU In run-i.r lu Ip. tlrcai--1 dii"Vrry in nntint i1 liie.iu inc. ui Hull- (.'ivi - nim n i. w ninvra frvirmui (in... inj-uiil" 1 1 ill.; loliipi.-lnl ill A In 1 any. Dr. Henderson, 600 Wyandotte St.. Kama City.M PLYMOUTH ROCKS Prfpinlnently tne but breed known. Arcttn at niyiTB, fjiiod nioiiicra, inn! 111 early, lininl- H11110 pliiiiiniti1, Illy fli.cVt fa lii'Nt tlrahil In Hill country. 1 tirern nootii- .-inm! itamp fur 0 rinnr. Aiinrraa, adephtn Uiipp, aiavuatu t ltv The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale ? Magnolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheats the looking-glass. CATARRH mm All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. mmm WARNER'S v-a TIPPECANOE THE BEST fcOPVttlOHTEDl, BLOOD feoivntanTrr 1 SATISFACTION GUARWTEED. H, E, WAR NEB ft CO, Bochestcr, N. J. ALL STOMACH DISORDERS. $1.00 V. TJOTTIjE, H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y. lir.v. W.H. liliATHWAi ri-:, IM Hunk, N.J.. ;i I'lin-il nf lviii-iii.i:i I1U1I ol.lii-r Klotii-i.'L nil' -IT, l.y Wuritcw Iirm'AMiK, Tli-.' Hi-ht. INDIGESTION, UNEQUALED. tLOO A. UOTTIiE, H. H.WARNER 4 CO., Rochester, N. Y. HON. I). I). H. llllim'N. 11,,,'he.ler N V. ,,-e.l burner's tll'I'lii'AMil:, I lie ilert fur i-tiiiiiurU i, . mtieeiiiunlH. Illlll WHH ,l-tl,lliQlK'j III til,, i.llorl II llill llilll. DISEASE BANISHED Health Cainod, Long Life Secured, BY USING Hi' It Purifies tho Blood, It Clonnsos the Liver, lt Strengthens the Kidneys, It Rosulntes the Bowels. TKITIUTL TESTIMONY. KIDNEY DISEASES. "TsiitT- rrtl'I'iynntl "Uiht with AUtiifU troitht?, tnr, i -ifi-r inir,i(iI.-((tii.(.r)ini, i-..uMi f nnn li' frun. luctora. Kidiuy-H'ort ritni inf. Inui 11 rll 11 n rr. I'HASK H iS(i.V, JYii(Wf, Jiwt. I LIVER COMPLAINT. I Itrnutil ii.'f wii-ifAoiit Ki.if;-H'nr( if it runt $10. It nrnl nt a Wtrrnml iS"M.n f rmiWi-a ul-r Hunt timf dlhul. HAU L HuDUKri, n'lilhimnluicn, l it. PILESt PILES! ! JtrnfffrtA far i l ittr from I'tlr. at tirw tif lhnr 'h-it h-'i e i- n (I'flic'. ti mil rntltzr, Kiilttry Ho) ; lulcklycurrdui. IA X.IX T. AUELL, (icuryUt, I t. CONSTIPATION. ina fT QWtt finfwr frnm ttinfantl Kiilnry arv. fiia f. rrtblyciintttihitKi fov ifnrt. I urn iioiruf Mcn '1 (in n'.ii nvr u-iji in tn-j life mxl it tt 'fit-i(ojtfoA"(tfjif-ir.irf. v. I'. UliiHVS; WttltMrt, A'. 1 RHEUMATISM. "Aftfrtvfit i-ri' fur thirty yntrtfrftt Rhrumatfom uut .i'tney tt-.n'.c, Kuluru-f'irt b'tt rutin ty c.iir.i Mi." r.Liii:iht.t; malvolm, H.it iinttt,iit FEMALE COMPLAINTS. uKiitiry H'irt lt enrnl mf rife nftrr tirnyrnm iitfr,-rint dint 1 r 1 iAiir.it, hmiinfit nn hy km nfn Nnr tni .U.ti.'nm-." Jilt, V. U. SVXMKHI.IX, Sunilill, (Ju FOR THE BLOOD. "The rwif ,". hare "t hi-lnry-Wurt tnnrr ttinv w,nt,ltritltthel,.t rr..,M. T.iAft.i( 111 iJf, if i Vie wiujf ttt fvl iviitca i" hnrr rtvrtivt." lUlLLIVC. llALLiiir,M.t.,Monktm, Tt MALARIA. 'irhmnl Wnt.irl.i , i.r.ira ii-ifii llr AUfn mail A ncirmi il-ilh. A lhrnfn trip, it'-ctort amin il-iin-iiir (itn notOOU, until I iiar.i a I'liiry-it (Jrt Ifld I l lli:tlr,ir't HUSKY If llil. L,ttrft,f,Vh nV., A', II. H. If. Y.,JmeifC(ttl.N.J, It nets nt the anme time on the KID NEYS, LIVER nnd BOWELS etlmulntlnp thorn to healthy action and keopina thorn ii perfect order, b-whj n urmiii, iri fi.ou. Ll'i'l.l i.r Dry. Thn talti-renn lw -nt Uy mail, WELLS,r.RlCHARDSON&CO.t BURLINGTON, VERMONT, U.S.A. .THOUSANDS CVERY NEW - cets a Hrosent to $900, and shown. TO r. ; ?3. m 30 3 zz 5' VI 3 5 o fVSk e i .VVvi ' name goes on CyVS iKjXho books, end your presentV(y wv if in wo luinaiwcui Opy wnn Linui r re WITHOUT RESERVATION. TO THE PUBLIC Roenesler, N.Y., Mar.n, I nm arquainted with tlie fiuMinhrrs eftllS AMKRH AN Kl'KAI. llOMK, .ml 1 tKtlicvc they will lullil .v.rjf Buiitauteo lli.yiauko.otlienulilic. RURAL HOME CO., Limited, ROCHESTER, N.Y. WORKS ON ALL rXtJSTTEinS LEADS TIXISIVI AXjXj Barnes Wire Check Rower. TWELVE YEARS PRACTICAL U8E IN THE FIELD. The Only Entirely Successful Wire Chock Rowor Evor Invented. l'upulur XSuuuum JJUJLJj nnil KAWV ttt Operate. CHAMBERS, BE KING, Q I! Iff LAN C() CLOSES ON OUTSIDE OF NOSE. r Only SoqUi BIbi Int Htid, iVS? Champion Hog Ringer. w C! 1 TO Blnra and Holder, tually keep hogs from roolinij. No iharp poiota In the note. CHAMBERS, BERING, TClintt TH1BE,8T TERPR00F RIDINQ COAT. Thousands Hastend to their Graves. Ilv nlvitiff on teKllmonla's written In Tlvltt. Cl'witiK lunijiutic of notm nilrm'Ulniis ourci iiihU' hy pome largely puffed tip dtlr or jtnttut int'illeiuc liaft liiiritctii-d luoiiHiittili to tlirlr urtivcit ; ttie nadira UvIt.j altmmt in nunc fititli Hint ftn; finiie ltiirncto will bo iver funiica un tlu'in, tbnt tlieo ('stliiiotiiuls uirn tltiu, while Hid bo coIUmI nicdU-itio Is all tho time liiirvtniinir Uku to thi-lr gravca. At though no bavo Tliousands Upon Thousands ! ! ! of (oMImmiliils of tlic nmst wonilerul rurea, Ti)ltiiitail!v nc-nt s wp tin not iiuMlali them, hh Uii'Viionnt maki'tlio i-tirra. 11 Is our tucil-k-lni', 1l-.p HitltT', Unit make tin1 euro. It luiH ni'viT fniU'ii, iitxl ncvor I'uti. Wo will (tire rt-fon nri- to any oik- for any (iifraso similar In tin lr own If iliiriil, or will n-f.-r to liny iii'lj,'h tior, ns th'Tc im not a m'iL'hlioriiiw'il tn tlio known world hut inn ehow lt curt-a by Hop A Losing Joke. 'A prominent t.liypU'inn of litMnrir wild tfl '11 Irnfy imiji-nt v4m wn rniutdttininti f h'T enn 'tinit.il IU lit-iiltti, wi nf Iuh iiuil'ility hi i-urn 'I:.t, .mkincly Hiid : "Trj- llwp Hit tent !"t 'Um 'Inily tmk it in iwrnM mul Hrt Ihn llitlf-rw, ' ft Will Wllioll hill' ulltflilKll lI'Tlllfllll'llt ll"'nJtll. 'HLi' now luHlntl nt ihr (lnrt.ir fur joki, bmt 'In ii not mi -U i.h'am'd with it, us it coat him a cood (mtit'iiU Foes of Doctors. The fee of dochiM nt :i.(K) fl vlalt wouhl tax a man for a year, nnd lit mod of a dtiily visit, ovt-r S-l,0i 0 a yi ar for innlh-al iillcndama nlono ! And uiic tijisjc botUo uf Mup II ttcri, Uiki ti In 11 , would mivc tho 11,000 aud all Uw1 yi-nr'p firkui-ss. Given up by tho Doctors. "In It pniIld Unit Mr. (iodfrcy la up nnd nt woik, iiml eund y h pitiipli' a rcinrdy f" "I iiKurn you it tn triu- that Iu- In cntlrr ty Hired, nud with nothlnir hut Hop Bittrrn, nnd only ton dayti ago hin d etora irave hhu up nuil piiid he must die, from Kitlu-y mid Uvit troul.lL'!" t7..lii' prniilnn wlilmiil n luim-li of crrra l'nci on 1 be wiii-f Iiifci ). Miu-i nil Un' vlli l".lmn uiir el nit i'fc " H'-p" i-r llm't' In 1 In Ir n;mu STOVER WINDMILL WK 5lSfK.irrt'!lE THK C1 OLD RELIABLE STOVER Mm :.-r iinirnTiMi, Ji,-f'K)rM& ri.H.U.-Wlll'.Kl, wihll; si v ii. .1 r-.i. k i:i.ri; iv Uhiiv- TRAHERN liiON PUMPS, PIPE.y Jtui. . iiofH, i:t4. Vrf iin-l l':il:il'iL'Hi' fire. ,u-iHa t iiiitfil. H-..N m II UN ti l u.kiv-, KtniA.iM l ll y Mm. II A V CI I TMII 'I' I: r lirot In tlic w iirhl. Tli' ktufr ts:it.-l,ftni temtrM.ntiil - itnl t-- li-v.T ilil ii.i'-e U-it in 1 iT"ilvt.ik"" t'tf ir-Jtrpm. -.t,-1li . ( uit . irt-..tr!il I'V i.'h-.h tli- 3i.ir I tv-lt-l. Unl. Itio Srlltl lot vn rv. L AUK M.ll Ui.t ta.UluibMOb inlil l')- .M.I. llllAI.KItS tliroueliiiitt llio WaM. Onlil .llcitul I'm In ICipiisillou, 1878. 1?. II MflPf: &'-- J T.nrillarrl'a Climw Plnr. " " . t,t,iw " "j l,i;li-lii!-ii r,,f,i t.r; lli;i; lirilliir-l's Itilh.. I.i,iiflllii,',i. Ile.t l,,rlli,r N'nvT rllpiiinuN. Ml lien N,rlil;ir,l SuhIIh, mo III,; iK'nl ull l e:ie,.e.-t. ell..,lv e.,.,,le.-e,l ,' I havo 'i "'-;tlv-o 1.1 .i.-ii) 1 Tin'Bl.oi't'illti'!tp;l' i;n it.. ll.,.i,-ni ,-.ir-..Ki ..." ti-rt -"i-i lln-l H!....r (....ft .',1. in, i f .i-ii In it-. i,',. ;.- r.i:, .1 I 1 - -t, it 11 inii i t,i: 1 it 1:1; tir.'i'l'.-in.'I'iiilV 111 IH.K I'll K 1 1 ISK 111 1 lit iliut-uMl lynuyiiir""T. lin.i.tnr. nni.ll1 11 - ,!ir- . IU'.. r. 1- ,-T... in. i ,ir--i . v,.w Vrk. 11 THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." HonePuirm ITmtOntnO Uovf r Hutlrrs Dp.G. w. fitzpatrick. Tt't,Wl ttflWy:in.l.;tl'-l.,Kif(lCiTV,Ma li.-i-ns Aitul.-l.il Ki'i'f. t...rnii'.lr.iyri Bro. Jonathan's Mes G"l,1'.nJ',.JlinstratoL Sr-nt, l''i't.;i;il,rorTwi-lvolk'lit UuwHI-M- V..I t .II rV--hit)naM.,ScT( Vork. nvn iiorsn. t1..J".,.' ft; "'T"''.hr' IOOI Mull) Ntrfft, KiiiiHtinl US', Mt, fi;U-i or f.nl.-.l l I'uN. iiii. fiiiti. Maw!., IT Kmlli vrr, nr., nimli' 1 Inok liki' lu-w. rrit-i ft.r t B iiIim'-m t'lilLw, A. I,, Wviiinti. I'rlnr!' lull. ( iiLiii'iint- ir. i-. Wrln fi.r in'iin ,a-ll-.liHl ll.it.liii-HCi.llrj!.', KitlHimClty, Mm. 3 flforrliln) Vlnhlt In 14 I to0lrt. Xitii.T till ( nr4. 3 JJU. J.JsiMl'lIKNs, Li'ttauuu, Oilll r.HT ANI1 PITr.TIO9 Mslll h Cli'i iitiiM fi.-.' V At. KM I NK Itltlls., Jniirlll.', VU. D.iiiTn Hiip 111""". .InllX A.M''ll-'SAl.l.i:.i, K AINTSi UILS. U Ui,lr:il.. mul ri-n.ll .Inil. r In ..ll 1ai-ikii' MimilAi.H, lilOltflawarcSl., IUnaClty. B llllt Hll.llleN 4 'olU'lO. S(..li..'.l, Mm. i 'l.itilliilu-,1 hiii. c iilnli.ini.- Ir-r. Willi) fi.rl.'MiiiM ,. cuiiN, I'n-'lilrni. tST'lu fipplyliix to any of tho tibova nfivertisei'M, tlo nol tor-Ret to Buy thai you saw tho Hdvoi'ltoemmit in this puper. GIVEN AWAY. SUBSCRIBER valued from 35c no favoritism S TV AiS. m a'o. S Xfr7X52 S.S.S 1 nn Xv.V.X o s fiitt-a iui uailipiu so me. tveryimng goes t.Uaytr , Rxhcilrr Jar 7t't-rfr ',, ' . ,, 7a Tli llornM Wlrf chciik Itowor 1 the AM CTierk Jtowirittat tins pvpr nt'i-iniitillflii'i, thn fruat obji ct of nink Inn -..ru i-lici kliiR ptrftctluf ilmi itvliif Imlli I line am) innn.'y. Tlic iiiipr('i-pili'nii,ilia1onf thP name riiffk Rnw erlKtlic lie-t Ami nn'l Hib.imitjni ovtilniicu of Iti niprltit, u well Mi.f : vnlnu ami Iminirtanco to ttie fiinrr an a I.Hlmr Nnvlnir .MHi-lihie. The irti'r i.oc ri'if rr-nrt the wnrhlnt, thu avoid Imk n (iri'iil Wi'Hr nnd HI ruin nn thn Wire nl fitciliiii untli iHillcy. and makltiK a wire that rf'."t it.it rrom tho machine outwear icvrral wlrri that do croi, Tlili ikiIui li apparent W refluclioi PlO.Io. Kxulunlve Mnnufaotareri, DeoBttnr, Illlnoli, Unlv Single H(nircer Invented thatc c'oaca on OuUlile ol the Nose. BEOVTITS Elliptical Rina; And Triple Qroovt Hog and Pig Ringer. Only Slnjrlo Hi nir that cfom am tht muiu.i, nf if.. m .harp points In the firth to keep it lore. QUINLAN CO., Exclusive Manufacturer!, DECATUR, ILLS. 7 l'l'If.-lUl A'l.llV", A- ALL RIGHT -.KrSWTr..it"ii",'li'll-li'i'd MTK.tW As n.r i.,;lrr It- Ir sjlUUlGILLOTT'Sf (jJlb .ii 11 IT-