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Persons Looking lor Fortunes Should Not I Carry China. A tall, sinewy young fellow, roughly drcFsed and about 20 years old, was sit ting in the mon's cabin of a Jersey City ferryboat, says the New York Sun, and he attracted some attention from his fellow-passengers because the tan of sun and sea that was on his face would have shown that he was newly landed in America, eve n if a small yellow leather valise, bearing a steamboat company's label, on which, in big letters, were the words, "Second cabin," had not been carefully squeezed between his feet. A middle-aged, business-like man looked with languid interest at this label, and the young voyager, seeing that, ho was doing so, angrily turned the valise ?o that the blank side was presented for in spection. The other passengers smiled slightly, and the young man felt insult ed. Itising quickly fio:u his seat ho strode aer. fs the floor, and, facing the offender, he said. " Vo'i wor resdin the letterin' oa me bag, for?" " Well, yes," hesitatingly replied the mnn addressed; "it v as pasted thereto be read, you know, and 1 supposed thnt if you fancied that there was anything private about it, you would surely have ecraped it off." "And may I ask ye, sor," said Up? ' young man, with flue irony, "if yer ouri-M'-y wor satiellcd? Did it tell ye all ye wanted to knowi" "It did," answertd the millle-ag d man, flushing a little. "Thut label ti lU a story of a young chap who crossed the Atlantic Ocean lo seek his fortune, and as soon as he landed went around with a chip on hi shoulder looking for a fight. If he is not more careful he'll pick up the tight before he finds his fo.-tune." The young man went back to h:s seat, looking, red, ang.y, and thoughtful. Some men mint think that the lump of life is a spirit lamp, judging from the way they pour in the alcohol. It m g bunts wee mwsBt Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil is an easy food it 19 more than food, if you please; ,but it is a food to bring , back plumpness to those who have lost it. Do you know what it is to be plump? Thinness is poverty, living from hand to mouth. To be plump is to have a little more than enough, a reserve. Do you want a reserve of health? Let us send you a book on careful living ; free. ' ' Scott & Bow k. Chemist, iiaSomih sih Arenue KevYork. Year draegirt keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil all druggists everywhere do. f 1. 34 A Young Woman at Fifty Or, as the world expresses it, "a well-preserved woman." One who, un derstanding the rules of health, has followed them, and preserved her youth ful appearance. Mrs. l'inkham has manv cor respondents who, through her advice and care, can look with satisfaction in their mirrors. Lydia Ji. Pinkhatni VtgetabU Com found goc6 to the root of all female complaints, renews the vitality, and invigorates the sys tem. Intelligent women know well its wonderful powers. It is the successful product of a life's work of a woman among women, ana ts based AiLJttunini re it it, or iwi pt mail in form nr. ri:i r I jnara in recvim ofal .H. Lit rill, SC. Corr- jk, pni-dmifff frerir ancweretl. jf n.i . PiKBiiAH Mm. Co., j4 &J&U Ltmn, Mam. MTUXAXt BBJCXOT fUK Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Hyster ics, St. Titus Dance, Serronsncss, Hypochondria, Melancholia, In ebrltj, Sleeplessness, Diz sImm, Bralc and Spi nal Weakness. This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers, allaying all irritabili ties, and increasing the flow and power of nerve fluid. It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects. FREE A YatnaMe Rook ma Mmbm sent free) to anr address. and poor patient can also obtain tnla medicine free or cfiarge. Tht lemedrhas been prepared by the Rcverena ViMar Knenlf. oi Fort Wayne, lad. (lnee ISNiaU a bow prepared anaemia oireouou oj we KOENIG MED. OC Chicago, Ilk goattbrDi'BmislakvtSl per Bottle, AforS& Hlaa.Sl.75. 6Bottlsfor 9. i Mothers' Friend" hikes child birth easy. ! Colrln, Ia, Deo. 2, 1886. My wife used XOTHEXt'8 reran) before her third confinement, and aays she would not be without It tor hundred of dollars. DOCK MILLS. Sent by erpress on receipt of price. 10 per bot- tie. UOOK- 10 Mowers" maueu iree. BHADFIELD HEQULATOR CO., ATLAHTA. CM. oooooooooo m samasisi oTuttsTinyFiiiso ft A alule done predncea beneficial ve-A wnlt,s;lTlns;elieerfalneof mind and bnoyancy of boil y to which tou were jaw O before a (ranger. They enjoy a pop-fy Klarltr nnnaralleleil. Price. SSct. OOOOO QOQOC BEST POUSH IN THE WORLD. tea. Knamela. and Palnta which I tain the hands. Injure the Iron, and horn I ok. A lie kisidk sun Htove roiisn is iru-1 slant, Odorlcs, Durable, and the con snmer pays for no tin or glass package with erery purchase. 0B - - VJIH1 01 1 1 -w EVERY WORD TRUE!" SO SAYS THE WRITER OF THAT FAMOUS LETTER. Us Reiterate Hie Statements, Frodaea Additional Proof and Clearly Define Ilia Position, New York Bun. It would be difficult to measure tho In terest and comment, not to Bay excitement, which the uubl abed letter of Dr. H. A. Uunn, which appeared In the paper yes terday, has occasioned. The prominence of the Doctor, and the unusual nature ot the letter, have both tendod to add Inter est to the subject, and mane It 'really the tulle of tho town. I ral d u on Dr. Guna at bla rosidenco. No. 124 West Forty-sorer, U street, yester day afternoon. 1 found the reception room ir . wdv'd. and It wa enly tficr an hour' waiting that I succored In obtaining an Intervlow. Dr. Uunn Is a df.tlngulshol-looklnc man. rr.l improved mo ct once by lit? manly leurlng and air of slaarlty. I tJck the feat be courteously offered me. and said: J "Aie you. awnro. Doctor, of tho eoniuio- I tlon your letter has comod?" Dr. (innn sndlcd and lopllcd: "Thlnjs ! rut ct the ordinary uMinlly cnu-n comment. It 1 not a ron-.uion thins for ihyslclnns to Indorse and cordially roi'onimrnd inedl- c;n"! other than thoo In the Materia Mod tru. History Is full of In t incvs of srl-sn-twts who liavo Indorsed dtscoverles they lo.icve to to valuable, and have been de nounced for no do!nr. and yet this sumo discoveries are b:n?lni; tto world to-day. I hope 1 have the inunluol and courage to te trr.c lo my conviction, and that Is why I so or-rnly and unhesitatingly Indorse Warror's Safo Cure us hitttig lUrt greatest of ii.oilern dlscjv. rle f r the cure of disease? 1 .leli have bafllt d tho liUho-t skill of tho iiirdl.'nl profession " I wr.a Impressed vlth the carnostiicsa of the I o tor. and saw that ho meant every w. r.l that ho said. Mowloni hnvo yon known of this rem edy, ro.'tor?" I asked. "Nearly ten years,'' lio repllod. "My at tention was rlRlt: ally called to tho iifo t u:'o by a aerloui r.asa of lirlglit's disease, wh'eh was conslierel hopeles.?, and yet, much to my surpri e, under It-? use tho patient recovered. I have tried it In otner cases since then constantly, a!id my original faith In its power has ljco:j co i Crtued. I have seen patient? recover from In I! I! ;n ma' Ion of tho bladder, pravel, and Itrtcht's disease when nil other treatment had failed, and I havo found It especially cflielcnt in all female troubles. I'un you sper-lfy any particular cases. Doctor?" 1 ns'.:cd. "That Is a delicate thin? to do," the Doc tor icplled; "but, as I always keep a written record of my cuso?, I can accom modate you." Thereupon tho Doctor opened his desk and produced his ic-orJ book. Turnlns over the leaves he snid: "Here 1? a case of a eentlenian who wa? a great sufferer from Inflammation of the bla'lder of long standing. Ho bad con flicted a nun-ber of physicians without benof.t. When first consulted I myself tried the usual methods of treatment, rut without success, and I finally advised him to try Warner's Safo Ours. He felt better from the ft;irt, and In a few weeks as entiiely rnrcd." 1 he Doctor turned a few pages further, and then said: Here Is another case. It is that of a gentleman who had frequent attacks of renal calculi, which, as you know. Is gravel foimlng in the kidneys. He had never been able to prevent these formations, but after an unusually severe attack I recommended him to try the Svife Cure, which ho did, and, although it Is threo year? since ho took tho remedy, he has never had an at- tack since.'' The Doctor continued to turn the leave of his bonk, and suddenly exclaimed: "llei'e is a most remarkable case. It Is that of a lady who bad suffered for somo time from Brlght's disease. Sho becamo encicnte. and ab ut the fourth month sud denly tccame blind, had convulsions, and finally fcl; Into a state of c una. caused by uremic or kidney poison. Several physi cians who saw her said she could not live. and In this view I fully concurre 1. As sho could still swallow I said, as a last resort, that they misht try Warntr's Safe Cure. Tuey did so, and to the surprise of every O'io sho recovered. he has since given birth to a living ihild, and Is perfectly well." Tlioc are certainly most wonderful cases. Doctor." 1 said, "and while I do not for a moment question their authenticity I should consider It a great favor if you would givo mo their name?. I think tho lmportinco of tho rubject would fully Justify it." "In the Interest of other nlTerers I think you are correct." Dr. Gumi fi lally observed, afier a moment's thought. -Both the lady and her husband are ao rejoiced, s grate ful over her recovery, that I kno t she Is only too glad to have others hear of It. The lady 1 Mrs. Fames, wife f th" well-known cost timer. She was not only restored but is in p rfert health tc-da.n I thanked the To:'tor for his courteous reception, for the valuable information im jarted. and 1 feel assured that his generous und humane nature nlil prevent him from feel n; other than glad at seeing this inter view published for the benefit of suffering humanity. Oddly Addressed. rostoffice eltrlis don't appreciate jokes of a certain order. Not lont; ago a letter ros;clied tho New York general po-tolTlce seemingly addressod to no one in particular. Hut on its fa "P was a cardial picture of a big, rosy-cheeked apple, stem and nil. Underneath it was Nov.' lork tity. It was, to use a pos tal phrase, "iced" that is, laid aside among other missives destined for the Dead Letter Office. N'obody expo-ted that a claimant would turn up, but one did, and on tho vcrv dav the letter arrived, ton. lie asked if there was "Anything for An drew Appel." At first the clerk said "Xo," l ut upon reflection concluded that perhaps ho was in the presence of the owner of the missive. In response to inquiries Mr. Appel said he was expecting to receive a Jetter from h'8 brother. Sure enough the let ter bore the postmark of the city named. and thi clerk gave it to the expectant m in. Yes," that's for me," he remarked. That looks like an apple, don't it? Well, I'm 'An. Appel,' An. being short for Andrew." And he left laughing at his construction of his brother's pleas- ntry. The Sworn Tormentor of the Inqnlsltlon. What cared they for the groans o the victim as ho lay stretched upon the rack? Yet J e.ple who bo hearts aro neither as bard ag the nether mill stone, nor whose fortitude is excessive, ot tou have no 1'lty on thoinsnlvos voluntarily incnr life-long torture by neglect. Bbeumatism, . ... , peruana, more ireuuemiy .u ' eipleney than any other. Hie preliminary t inge betnK set down to the credit ofaoold in the bones wmcn win pass awav oi intu. Rinmilar fatnltv fatnl deltisienl Hostotter s Kton.. -h Bitter is a Aotent safeguard attainst the terrible inroads of this insidious and dan gerous malady dangerous because or its prone tiM. t, AttMfk the htart.. the seat of life. Ken- ral&ia is also effectually counteracted and nn,Mt hv the Klttera. Mln.ria. kidnev com plaints, debility, InillKestiou, oiiiounneH, is aiiniw lnu nt KrtTtnlt.n and the iuabllltT to all 6 are among rnc coaipmiuLa t!iuitauu ttuu this geulM corrective. It Wa an Accident. "I understand," remarked tho polite reporter to thu close-mouthed manager of a Western railroad noted for its poor time, "that there was an accident on your road last night." tlh, do you? was tne sarcastic repiy. "Yes, sir." "Do you know anything about it?" "Only that it hatipened to tho train which was due here at 8:15." That train came in promptly on timo, sir, saw tne manager, iirnuy. "Are you sure of that.' "Of course I am." "Thanks. That must have been the accident referred to." And the reporter doJged out safely. In Africa. Iu Xortheru Africa date stones are roasted and used as a i ubstitute for coffee. All kinds of basket and wicker work aro made from the leaf stalks, while the leaves themselves are made into mats.'bags, etc. The wood is used for fences and buildings. PITFFEUERS FROM COUGHS. SORE T1IKOAT, etc., should try "BroaTi's Bron thial TrnclttA," a simple but sure remedy. Sold mily in bom. Price 25 cts. Dynamite has been superseded in Sweden for blasting purposes. Electric wires are introduced in the rock, and then heated. The sudden heating oi the rock rends it in pieces, quietly and effectively, without p ril to human life. IlEEcnAM'H .1 lbt.9 nrs a painless and effectual remedy for all bilious and'ncrroiu disorders. For sale by all druggists. . ; GIRDLES THE GLOBE IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUMMA RY DOES. LET THE HEATHEN RAGE INDIGNATION IN CHINA OVER OUR EXCLUSION BILL. IM-Tlincd Criticism by a New YorkKilltot Washington Has a 'Wind Sforiu The Klmimec Maktnj; Tremble The Cherokee Strip Troub'es Again. Congressional. On the Tlh the Hons.?, after the tranac t'on of routine I u-dnes-. went Into commit lo of tho win 1 1 (Mr. 1 l:i t. h, of Sliss.i.irl, in the chair) on the river and harlnir bill. The appropriation for the Improvement of the Mlssoiiil Mver between t ic foot of th? gr,at falls in Montana and Sioux City, Iowa, wiis increased from $70,0)0 ta ft 00,00). An amendment was adopted appropriating $ltf.0l0 for Im proving the Colored) Klior by the construction of a levee on tho Gila KlTi;r near Its Junction it:i the Cohrido. The committee then r so and reported the bill tithe House. Mr Richardson. f Tennes see, moved to lay the bl'.l on the table. This moth n was rejected the opponents of tho bill nou being able to muster snulclent force to order the yeas and nays. The amendments were agreed to in gross and the lions adjourned rilOTEST I'Ktm CHINA. The Kxrluslon 15111 Declared to Kv a Fla grant Violation of Treaty Stipulations. An emphatic pr.iteit by tho Chin se Minister lias been filed at the State De partment ag il ist the Chinese exclusion act, which has ju-t b come a law. Tho protest Iudce 1 was filel b.-for; President Harrison had attached h's s'gaatur J to the bill in the li ipe that- iio ml.'lit vet it. The prot 'st goes ovj;-th.i hi t .iry of American legM ttioii and tho trottles by which China and tie t'nitod States have bound themselves and declare tht par ticular bill to be the most flagrant and di 10;''. violation of tr.-at , stlp ila'lo is whic'i has ever pissed Omgre-s The s-athing denunciations of fie m -a su re which were uttered on the Hour of the two bon-es by Senator Sherman. Congressman llitt. and other opponents of t'.ie bid are turned to pool account I i Cue pr. t i-t as descriptions of tin real character of the masurj by American statesmen. T 10-e is a fine vein of ir ny r.mnin r through some rf the-o citations, althoti'h it, is carefully veiled in diplomatic language. sroiii: ill. or Tin: dead. Arrest or a New York Kililor for Allejjcil I. ibid of a Corpse. Rev. John 1". Gate late editor of tbv News at l'erry, N. Y., diel A r.l 3X n AprilST ti e Herald, l u di h.'d at Rliss, Wyomini County, by-CJeorge H. Chase, a former employe of 31 '. tiates, co itained the following commo it oa the death of the editir: "There may have b en men pos sessed of a more devil's'i character h'dden under tlio dia'i of Christianity, but 'C have yet to learn of such. T!i3 grave coiors defects an 1 buries errors, but it can never blot out wrings porpetrat'J with hellish intent." Mrs Gates secure J a ar rant, for Chase, charging hl-n with criminal libel. WIND AT WASHINGTON. Sevcr.it Houses ltnriole-il A Mn Kiileil by I.llitniiig. A severe rain and wind storm pa-sed over Washington. D. C, Krld tv after. 10 m. ruintn; several immcs and prostrating tree. The stt e:'e of the llnmline Cliurch, in thi n rihern paitof th5City, waslilo.vn oiT and In falling crushed an adjoining drug st re. Xo lives wcrs lo.t, but tho damage to property throu:liiut the city will reach SD.Cfl) or ?l!,iw At No -wood. Pa., a lolt of lightning struck Julius Kt;p prlon. who was driving al ing the road to bis home in that town, killing him In stantly. Cattle in the Cherokee Strip. It is stated that then are fully S.'i. 000 cattle on 11 c lieroke- strip anil the oov ernment. s -enis to Vie making no effort to le nove them A large number of the cat tle have wandered up near the Kansas line near liana -well an 1 the farmers are vtry much incensed, as they fear their cattle will take the Texas fever. They are organ izing and say if the Government does not act soon they will sho t the cattle. Apprelieiisloii at New Orleans. The stag; of the river it New Orlo ins and in places adjacent to the clly is caus ing a great deal of uneasiness, especially sin.-c the recent heavy rains in the West, The water is lo. now. within a few niciies of the highest mark of last year. I he levees as a general thin; tin considered safe, tht.ugh much app. e iensio.i is felt at some points. The Maiimec Out of lis t tanks. A most extraordinary fall of rain caused the waters of St. Mary and sr. Joseph Riv ers, which come together at Fort Wayne, Ind. , and form the Maumeo. to rise to tho highest paint reache 1 In twelve years. A large part of the Ninth Ward, known as ltloomingdale, is under water, tho Po ids entering the bouses. Drowned at a Cincinnati Kesoi t. Sunday afternoon at Woodsdaie Island, a resort twenty miles north of Cincinnati, Allen Hovien, of Cincinnati, and three women were rowing on tho lake, the lioat capsized. IJowen saved the life of one of the women, but two of them, Katie Clarke and Ella I.aruc, both of Cluclnnnti, wero drowned. Bridge anil Train Down. At Florence, Ala., one span of the Mem phis and Chariest in bridge, went down Fri day niornln?, carrying with it a train of four ears and an enitlne. I ive men wero on tho train. Three of them were injured, one fatally. It was the second time In six months that trains have gone through this brlde. Hid Theft of Mileage Ticket. At Minneapolis, Detective J. IS. Iloyle ar rested Gustav T. Musgong. a ticket scalper, on the chargo of being impl!cat3d in the teallng of 514,000 of mileage, tickets and blank passes from tho Northern Pacific station at Crookston, Minn. Christians In China Warned. Francisco advices from China diow that villainous anti-foreign placards have again appeared on the walls of Kahding. The Christians have been warned that they are to be driven out. Tlio Japanese steamer Itouma was wrecked on the coast, of Corea, April 3, and fifty vcrsons. Including three Japanese naval officers, were drowned. No foreigners were on lioard. Tried to Kill Ilia Itrotlier. Henry Hogers. colored, sh :t his younger brother Charles f.t West Stockbridgc, Mass., during a quarrel. Charles will probably recover. Henry gave himself up. All the Oeacons Itesljrned. At Omaha, considerable surprise and Consternation was created at tho First baptist Church when, after the sermon, the entire board of deacons resigned their of fices. The trouble was caused by an attack made upon the board by a member of tho church, who charged them with shielding prominent members v ho had failed to live up to their "covenant of faith." President Cable to Keslgn. At Denver, it Is; state I on excellent authority that President Cable, of the Hock Island, will soon resign and that Mr. Tisdale will te bU successor. Mr. Cable will remain In the directory. He has accu mulate I quite a fortune and desires to take tho remainder of life easier. Struck by Lightning. Lightning struck the Forestry Ruildlng at tho Wrrld's Fair Grounds about 12 o'clock Sunday night, It did little damage to the building, entering at the northwest corner, running down the stovepipe and splitting several timbers .Jumped the Track. A car on the San Francisco and San Mateo Railroad, a now electric motor lire, jumped the track In the outskirts ot San Francisco and was overturned. The car was filled with passengers and thirteen were more or Injured. J DAMAGES DEMANDED PROM ITALY. MIcoIoMllo, an American Citizen, Impris oned for Failure to Do Military Dnty. Nicolo Milo, a natura'Isel cltl'.cn of the United States. Is likely to become a na tional celebrity, an 1 Mi case Is not calcu lated to improve the p esent stralnol rela tions between this country and Italy, grow ing out of tho Now Orleans affair, says a Washington telegram Mi'o cama from Italy lo New York when a'xmt 10 years old. und lesidi'd there ci.ntiiui .n ! until he was 29 years of age, having mean while been admitted to Tnind States ci;t.i nship. t)n his return to Da'y bo was arrwted and con lined In an underground cell of a military prls m. an I alic ward forced to Fcrve In the Ttnlia i rrmy, al though lc exhibited hi; cr. Hie ite if naturalization an I appile 1 to the civil and military authorhi's of the Italian Government as a Ciiitetl Mates rii i..ii for immunity and protection, remit r Man ilerson has intrude, e l a J tint lost lull n setting forth the facts in the e.iso as trans mitted to Congrcs . in a message from the President, requesting l ie President to take amicable measures to obtain from tins Italian Government a Mil Ve i-Kicinnity for the injuries luliicte 1 i n li o an 1 satis faclory assurai-es that citiei'. if the United States visiting I aly for p - p !r pur poses shall not her ; aft T li 1 iin irisn ie 1 or pressed Into the army of Italy for f.iilu e to perform military service, which was not ! ,;11110 t), i ut!,ji,1RS ,m n,.t c.cied Sino. due and could not have In en i erfo; in d at I nna Mr Stiit.r.r .-,..,1.1 ,.f I he time of their oil. Inn! i migration fn in that country. Itl lllM sl'Kf'S tons. Th, Ir Kesli nation. The Marquis di Kulini has annnuni ed the resignation of the ministry, i i conse quence of the vi te of want o' conlinVnco In the Italian Chamber of Ij,n .i.'s. Gr -at political excitement continue' ti prevail and all parties are ills listing the future. While It. has been as-' -rteil. se ni-oliiciall -, that the foreign policy of the go tv imeiit will not Iw affected, the gener il im- i pression is that it will Inevitably lie affected, as the truihle; that have !c I to the resignation are entirely liueto tin ,n clal distress caused by ti e ma ilt naii'-e of Italy's p'ace In tho triple ail ance. The Austria-land German repres -nl titlves are in constant roiu:i.i: il -at Ion with th Ir gov ernments as to the crisis and it Is reported that the utmost anxie y is felt bth in ile: lin and Yienna. At the French embasv t here Is little c ncea'.ment of the joy felt over the downf ill of the Kit lint MinisTy and the causes leading to it, which French men unofficially declare insure the sever ance of Italy from the iriile alliance. INCITED TO MCltDIll:. Anarchists Mowbray nul NieSio'.ls In- dieted nt f,!i.lcin. A London grand jury brought in true bills against Mowbray, publisher, and Nlcholls, editor, of the anarchist newspa per, the Commmweil, sei.td last week by the police. Tho charges against them are based on articles in the Commonweal, in citing t tins mu.'ler cf Mr. Matthews, Home Secretary, and S'r Henry Hawkins. Justice of the Queen's llencli. The sup pression of the pajor at the time it was effected was most fortunate, as it pre vented the Issue cf a dangerously inflam matory number which was to have bien circulate I on May Day. an 1 revealed iti connection with the Walsall anarchists and threw further ligjt on their Uoiu s. It. in fact, (ompletely broke up tin; conspiracy of the anarchists so that they were ab'e to make no show whatever last Sunday. Of the men in diet d an example is sought to bo made which will put a final extinguisher 3ii a species of ploltln; fo foreign and averse to the spirit o." the Urltish j:c p!e. ILLINOIS It HI HLICANS. Tliey Nominate a Slate Ticket anil In- struct lor Harrison. The Illinois Republicans, after a two days' convention at S riugtield. place 1 four candidates in the field for tho nomination for Governor. The first ballot resulted in the nomination of Gov. Fifer by the fol lowing vote: Fifer, l41; I-ongenecker. 120; Clark. 93; Hunt. M ; M irsh, :,0. Lyman IL Ray was nominated for Lieutenant Gov ernor on tho first ballet For Secretary of State I. N. Pearson was le nominated. Gen. C. W. I'avey was renominated for Audi- tor on the tir;t ballit. The pl:.tfrm r. -ported by the committee on resolutions In dorses the McKinley tariff blll.tiistruetsthc delegates to vote for Harrison for Presi dent, denounces the prep sed free coinage nf silver and advocates the rej eal f the rcniliiilsory education law. Mm rs Cullom, tiglesby. Cannon, Gilbert. Miles Kchoe. Swift. Raymond and Kobbins were chosen delegates to tho National Convention at Minneapolis, and wero Instructed for Har rison. Minnesota Wheat All KIght. The Minneapolis elevator companies op crating in Northern Minnesota and North Pakota have received reports from nearly 10 stations giving t lie present condition of ce.lin; operations. Tne condition In North ern Minnesota Is. on the whole, very favc.rablc. Tlio work has been a little delayed. but favorahl weather slils week will briitg it out all right with the ex reption of a few points on low mens. In North Pakota the si u ition is loss favora ble. Ai some places n seeding has been ilone. and farmers are a good deal discour aged. The delay is caused by a great sur plus of ra n. which has left the ground too wet for work. Favorable wenJier this week would domuo'.i to lr lp the work out, but the prospect is fur a decreased acieage. In Minnesota thire will be an increased acreage. l-'nur Whltecappcrs Convicted. Pubols County has the honor of having made t lie iirst Wltitecau conviction In Iu iiana. Francis Hobhs. Daniel King, ramucl Spraggins, John S. King. Jefferson Kin I, Thomas Smith. Smiley Smith and lames King. Sr., were convicted i:t Jasper :if taking Henry Ci. Perjer f.om liis heme t midnight, Nov. 22. 1M, and tying htm fuco foremost to a tree and whip; lug him unmercifully with hickor svliches. The capture and whipping of Herder was witnes-ed by his wif) and grown daughter, ludgn Wcllbern sentence I each of tho con victed men to serve u sentenc? of two years In tho Sta e pri- n : t Je"ersonvllIe. Setback for Hutch. Washington d svat 'h: Mr. Hatch has re- reived another setback. Ho expected ti have his anti-uptl n bill disposed of th s week, but there Is now not tho slUhtcst probability of its coming up, and not much likelihood fir nest week. 'Yo.i sco,1 he said. '-It has been divided to fellow tlio consl 'orat'o.i of t ic consular and diplo matic bill, wi.lch now has the Moor, with the river and bar! or bill, and when that is dispisel if. the sundry civil bill will be lake i u;-. All this may lake a forlnl-ht: anyway there Is no show for n-y anti ption bill before C.ie latter part of next week." l'oker-i:Mius Closed at Wichita. No rattlin; chips nor cry of "ante up" has teen heart for several days In tho poker-rooms or Wichita, Kan., and niibi.ly seems to know how l ing a holiday thcper fesh" will be allowed The prrsint fight on Ihe gamblers Is led by Postmaster E. B. Jewett, who male awrltte i complaint to tho Hoard of Police Commissioners. Fov eral months ago abmt 1303 of postal funds were emb -j-'-lcd, an 1 the enib'.''Jcr was found to be addicted to poker. A. M. K. General Cunference. Tho general conference of the Afrlltin Methodist Episcopal Church convened at Plttsburr in quadrennial session, with til 3 tlulegates In a;teudance. Tlu most spicuous fignre Is that of tho once famous missionary Afric i. Rev. pr. Cartwrlght. The delegates represent thirty-five con ferences and tho gathering Is the highest legislative body In the church. Ilagcnhnek Secured m Wife. A sensation was created at Laperte, Ind., by tho elopement of Miss Minnie Hill, the lfi-year-old daughter of John Hill, with Harry HagSnbnck. A telegram received j from Haseibuck frjm Kalamazoo states that they were married In that city. The young man's henia Is In Logansport. Starving Labradoriant. Information from the northern coast? depicts a wretched condition- of affairs, says a St John's, N. F.. dispatch. Owing lo the ravag- s of grin last year the in habitants wero unable to gather their tibuai catcu oi nsa. jusi before naviga- tlon closed tho Government sent the people of Flowers Cove sixty harels of flour to save them from perishing. Tor five months they have cutoff from tho iuts.de world by Ice. Early in February tho people watched with horror the ccnsiimition of the last handful of Hour. Hot they have lived since no ono knot s. Some people have al ready jerished from starvation. ONE 1ILOCK IN UCINS. FI. In Now York Oestrny 91.000,000 W orth ut I'viperty. The who'e Woak bounded by Flr.-t ave nue and the East Itive-. between 4Mb and 4'ith t recti. New York, and o: up!el ly f chwar.chU i S iUb rger, th t ext nshe meat dealers, v a-a linos', totally l-troyed iiy lire. The Muck cousiMc 1 f a scries of bull linvs four ft irlc; high. Hi i tire started in tl c t ail v h u ;e. 1 m Its cause can t o be aicer aineii. Al the ro ulering is ill no by steam a ;1 lliere was n i tir.s in the build in.'. At tirst 1 lit it app -arii l as if t!it ilainos weie Hie r s It of strikers' spile. Twt nty-fivo of tlio men empl ij'cd l i tin tallow hi use struck, and becam ; so threat ening that rolice resc vis wero seat to the b. riding, tut their fervi ei were not re quired. Mr. Sulzberger, of the 1'rm. says that the liic could n t ria -inibiy bi at tritmted to the strikers, as tin difficult y !i:;d 1 cen sat isfactorlly s ttie.l and tie men re lo have rsuit: d work. 1 ho damag ooo. .ir. suizucrger coulil nut tl'e. any toritive estimate of the stock on hand or of the machinery, but sa d the total loss woull bo fully fHflO.OOl or 1.009.000 and that it, wi s well injured. Two firemen, I.t! vens and llanaigan. bad their legs broken by fulling beams. They v.ere re moved to the ho pit J. IKLAKI IV" THE RAIN. ISiisiness Itcturtlctt In l,st it tlic Western Stall's. It G. Dun &. Co.'s veelily t'iew of trade says: llusiness has h -on inn eh retarded ! tlirougiiout m st of the We-t ! iiuiisuai aid s-intlnis-d rain em States by I !; move- nieni of itiodncts is ilnis delay e 1, though 1 tt is no. lev. leiniHimriiy: C' l.e-tains are retarded; seeding in many juar:rs is in teri'nptcd. tlioir.b on iho v.hole fairly U'tvatu ed ft r ; b : season: a 'd di-trilnili m if goids is checked. A soinewhat 1 e ter lo o ;ip;ii':tr ;.t llie Si-uth. at.d business at the Mast I fairly active for the season, although in some lines dull and depri s-ed. Money is everywhere abundant. In part bo cause the demand is smaller .iiiin usual, bnt this is in a measure due to the unusual conservat Ism of the trade, buyers making many small rAirdia-'es instead of lar-'or purchases and waiting more carefully for actual distribut on. ItKAYE DEED OF A POLICEMAN. He Krrcivps the Full of a Fire Ladder to Save Otlivrs and Will llie. A No v York policeman's heroic attempt to s ive a number of lives was Hu feature of an ftlierwlie umlmportaiit tire at tho Thirteenth Stre't. I resliy ier'an Ch iieh. An extension scaling la ider toppled ovr into the midst of the crowd, which scat tered right and lefi, except one policeman in citizen .' clothe. He tried to break its fall. Hie heavy ladder, weighing over half a ton. broke his arms and, striking striking him a fearful blow cpon hit head, felled him to the ground. S urgeons said ho couldn't live. Train Itobber Killed. At Pratt mines i:e ir Hirmingham. Ala.. E E. Llddi 11 an 1 C. T. Miller broke into Giffs" jewelry store. A detective nam d Mcl'anie'l had learned of the p'an and ten officers who wore hidden under th" store rushed out and called on the burglars to surrender. Lidded ran and wa; fired upon and killed. liefora dying be confesM-d that he was the le ider of th" gang ot train robbers that he'd up a G-eo-gia Pacini; train at Weems in Mar. b. Miller was caught and jailed. Ifcunasrcrl ivy :i llesivy Storm. A terrible win 1 niiii rain storm swept ever Holt, Nodaway and Atchlnson Coun ties in Missouri iinii tlio soutlu-ru tier of Iowa counties Funday. Tlie ilamaee done will reach many tbmi-ancls of dollars, and loss of life Is repi.r.cl In the vicinity of Fairfax, Mo. The t restou branch of tlio Ibirliiuton was washed out for a distance 1 of a mile ami a half south of Conway. Tl.u water rose nine inches iu an hour. Tried to Kill the I'niplie. The Macon, tia.. base-ball club was de feated by llie Moi I o-. When ihe game was over an indignant crovd. wliieli had hissed I'mpire V;l;i:in for his decisions rushed on h".m and mobbed him. He shov ed fight, but was severely beateu and would have been killed had not the police protected him. The mob fillowed him to his hotel and threatened Ids lire. Excitt rm nt runs high. I'rice ol Salt KcduccVi. The Michigan Salt Com any lias re I need the pr'u c of salt lOceiti a barrel at all Wo-tein agencies, including Chicago. Mil waukee, and St. Louis, ThN cut is lo meet New York an 1 Ohio competition. The cut brings the price at Chicago 1 1 TO cents, which, with a 21 cent freight rate from the Sagii-aw Valley, will make the product net ltss thnn 50 cents a barrel to manufact irers. Now fiold Fields Cotin.1. A Denver mine owner lias received a let ter fr m on" of bis prospectors in Arizona saying that he has discovered a new gold field in the Chaseo Mountains just off the Navajo reservation. Ho says that the belt extends for thirty miles and ther.i are no indications of its having ln-en rrcsp -cted. Itelvel ric.lds Onilly. At Pedf ird. Iowa, the great Belvel libel case came up for trial iu the District Court, and to tin surprise of cv.ryone the de fendant entered a plea of gul ty. The court sentenced Helve! to pay a line of S5o"J and the c sts of the case. Sentence! to linns. The Sii rem C.u t-of No v Ilumrshire hasdenl '1 the application of Almy. Chris le Warden's murderer, for a new tril. and be Ins lc 'ii sent "need to be hung on the ililr l Tuesday in May, 1M:I. To rreyent Intimidation. A bill lias been passed by the Vas achu- setts House of Kepresentatives providing a penalty of SUM) for int. miilatin; laborer, cither by employers or employes. MAKKET H'OTATI01S. cni.AGO. Cvrn.lt -Common to 1'riuis.... Hoos Shipping Grades Shkit lair to Hit, ice Whkat No..2 Iti-d Cokn No 2, old, Oats No. 4 Ktk No. 2 Hi'TrEa I h- ie' romiery Cjiee ik Fi ll Cream, tints Koos-Fresh Potatoes Now. per brl INDIANAPOLIS. Catti.f: - rhipi ing Hoos-C'huico Li-jiit SH- ec Common to Prime Wuf.aT-No. 2 Hed Cobs No, 1 Whito Oats- No. 2 Whito ST. LOCIS. Cat: i.e... H. os Whkat No. 2 lied. Cohn No. 2 Oats -No. 2 Baulky-Iowa CIN01NNA1I. CATTI.P, Ho4S. ............... ........... SniEP Wheat Xo. 2 Red Ceax No. 2 Oats No. 2 Mixed DE1KOIT. Cattle. Hens Shkep ?X51 3S 4. mi .PI .:( at n.M ( 4.75 (a. 6 iiU tft .82 (.'6 .14 a .so .71 V -7 i .it c .-. 1 .K'tjl .J.)'2 .13'j 4 .1 4 8.W ! 'J.MI s.?j & i :o 3.3J 4.75 3.IK vi H 25 .41 f .42 -SlHeiS .2'4 3.00 3.50 .w .9 .4SO .47 .1.00 8.0 4.110 .'.1 .43 .SI t 4.50 Vi 4 7a S .411 ! .31 $ .49 & 4.2S 4.75 i 6.25 lit .91 .44 a .st SOD S.'IO 3.00 .90 & 4.7S & 4.75 S.7S C4 .'Ji Wheat No. 21leL Cohn No. 2 Yellow Oils No. 2 White TOLEDO. Wheat No. 2 C BN No. 2 Yellow Oats No. 2 White. Rtk BUFFALO. Beep Cattle Live Boos Wheat No. 1 Hard , Corn No. 2 MILWAUKEE. Wheat No. 2 Spring Cobs No. 3 OATB-No. 2 White Eve-No. 1 Barley No. 2 Poke Hess NEW YOHK. CATTLE. Hogs. Sheep Whkat No. 2 Ked Cosw No 2 .424 .34 S3 & .41 l -7f '& SO Ai 8 .19 4.00 & 5.7S J.75 vi 6.2S .41 IS .41 .S1H3 .41 (9 .4S S .31 $ .78 (. .Si & 9.25 & 5.2S & 5 50 !f 7.ai & .9J i .59 & .M M .22 .i .77 .53 e.tw 3.M 3.) SO0 .C8 ! .34 .15 Oats Mixed Western . Bctteh Creamery. j -u-viu hri, THE HUMAN FAMILY And Its Greatest Need. The human race as a whole Is In great need of a good blood purifier. There are about 2,400 disorders incident to the human frame, tho largo majority arising from the Impure or poisonous condition of tho bl od. Scrofula, a disease as ell ns antiquity, has been inherited by generation after genem tlon.and manifests Itself to-vday virulent and virtually unchanged from its ancient forms. If we arc so fortunate as to escape heredi tary Impurttiej In the blood, we may con tract disease from the germs In the air we breathe, tho food we eat, or the wattr we drink. In Hood's f nrs ij r.rllla is found the medi cine for nil blood diseases. Its rou.nrkable cures are its loudest praise. No remedy lias ever bad so mai ked success, no medi cine was ever aecorde 1 so great public patronage. Scrofula In its sevf rest forms has yielded to -g potent rovers; blood poi soning and suit, rheum and many other diseases i.avo been permanently cured by It. It Is unquestionably the hes.t Spring Med'clue and b'ooj purifier. Us sure to gel Ib.cd's. A IVrpetnl Motion I lend. Although onoagti has been written on the subject of tcrpetu il motion to fill the shelves of a library, there still seems to be room for another story, 8tc!uUy it happens to lie a true one. A South ern gentleman had made tho delusive priibloiti the o'. hobby of his life, and in the cours-i .f time tin? only discovery he had made was the fact that l:o hail wasted his fortune and turned his home into a workshop. The tioub'c so preyed on him lhat his mind weakened under tho strain and he bi came a mild lunatic. His vvifo owned a little property which be had long vainly tried to convert into money to enablo him t continue his rt scatvhes. When his mind failed he took on the cumiiligiiess which always accompanies ins'anity. He told his wife that he had made arrangements with a showman to exhibit his perpetual motion machino in the principal cities and would soon make a fortune. She believe 1 him, ! especially when he moved all his clap traps out of the house, and turned over all her money to him fo that he could start, in the show business. He re turned in a month and handed her a pmnll sum which he said was her share of the profits. He continued doing this for two years, and the poor woman came to believe that he would eventually make a fi rttine nut of his machine. One day a friend met her and conveyed the st i?.tl ing info iinntii n that her husband had lieen livit gin a wretched little room in another part of the eity nil the time. While he was sijunndering the remnant of her fortune in valueless experiments he wtis cunning enough to visit her every month and hand over sufficient money to ,'iiiet any doubts she might have had. The show business was all as much a myth as his perpetual motion and the details hud been worked out with all the marvellous cunning of the lunatic. At the time she discovered his duplicity her husband's mind was nearly all gon and Mi was obliged to have him put in an asylum. Horrible Cruelty. Lepers in India were treated with allocking inhumanity before Christianity entered that country. Many of them were buried alive. The English rulers have put a stop to this custom, and for fourteen years there has been a special Christian mission to the 135,000 lepers , in India. Coffee. Coffee Meaches and improves with iipo, but old corics. which u sea to he linh.y est; liied, are now no longer ob- iiinaltle, us the prices of coffee have ecu fo liitfh that the ili:nt rs have inirned th-'ir pnvhict to market insti-ad f keep it, as was oiten ti.e custom m he oldon time. tho Only lne liver Printcil -Can You Fiml the Worti.' There is a 3-inrh di-play advertisement t hbs ii per ll Irs week which has 110 two words alike except one word. The same is true of each new one appearing each veek from The Pr. Hurter Medieino Co. This louse places a "Cri'seenf on everything tle y make and publish. Look for it, send them the nim.e of the word, and they will iiturn umi hook, ceautifcl UTiKXiiiAPiis. r l-AMPbr.S FHKU. Like Sarillnets ill a lio. Whereas the total population of India, u cording to the prelitn:nary results of i ennuis 1 ulilished wine months back, was 24.il4,aia lurther revision and ex- uniiiatioii of the returns brings out the still larger total of 2S.H,ir,.(W2 or nn average di nsity of close upon 1SS per sons to the square mile. Ajt lok in ''Purprtse Feries." (best au thors). 25 cent novels, about 200 pages esch. nt free.i oMpaid, by Cragln & to., of rhila- de!i.hiii.Pa..on receiptor i0 wrappersof Dob- tins' Elect ric S0.1p.Send 1 cent for catalogue. (lulte Aerohallc. A Florida lish story tells of a shai. ni;rc twenty mclies long, wnicii leapeu from one stream to ; nother, over a con- h-rablc sea' c of ground, in search of foo 1. F. J CHKNF.V CO.. Toledo, O.. Trops. of JIt'.ii s Cs'arHi Cure, off ?!0 rewnrd for any in' :i n'arrh 11 a' cm not It" curea ny tailing Hill's Cmarrh lc.iv. Sin.l for teslimaniuls. 111. Kold by lr:i;-gits. Tlx:. I'rori.r: s'. oald he guarded against to unlawful pleasures by them means of innocent temptation ftm.ishuig ones. I. li. PitANnAH. editor Cliristiim Index, Atlanta. Oa.. writes: -I have used ltrady- ciotinc with unfailing. 1 rompt. decided re lief for headache." Of all Crugglsts. 50 cts. Ax angel is a'.nays amiable because it has no stomach. Mr. Joseph liemmcrtch, An old soldier, livint- ot Nn.? Kant llfith Street. New York City, a well-lin twn anil tlioronclily n lialtlo nr n. writes im vclimtarily an aeeoiint ot his nrnark-aliledi- by Iltxid'p S5rK.uarilK. which Illustrates the preat value of this medicine as Purify thorough lilocd partner anil trrnuth giv.r. In tsnj. at the liattle of Fair CKkfi, he was strirken with typlmifl fever, and after a lonit stnutsrlc In hospital lastlns several years, was diwhaivt d an incnrahle. IoctorH naiil bo had eiiniiiinplioii , that both III' l",!ra were aff(cteil. and he could nt t live lonp. But a ceinrada utv.-iI him to try Iloed'ti Snrsaparilla. Before had fi ii:-lied one Iwtt 1b Ins coneli heiran to (ti't loose, the c'lokint; tenitation left, and niRht sweats frrew less and less. Sloee takinft the fifth FlOOfl liottlc hohas been In aeml aen- oral health. He takes Hood's hanaparilla as a general blood puritler and Spr n Kc ltrir.. and cordially reeomnifmls It. tp-ially to his c inn-ados in the G. A. R- of whieh he has been a n:ember for twenty rears. Remember, Mood's Sarsaparilla Cures Whore other pmparations fail. Be sure to ret Hood's Bareaparilla. It is Peculiar to Itself. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner Pills, digestion, cure headache. PILES AXAKKSlScrmttiwtaat relief, and s an DiFAIXI HI.E CURE for FILES. Price, tl; at dranlsts or liv mail. Samples free. BoiMts. Nw Voaa Crrx. 1 Ptao'a Bemedy Ibt Cstarrh Is the riest. Kalest to Te. and Cheapest. Sold by di UKBlsts or scut by wail. Mc E. T. Haaettloe, Warn Fa. A Negro's Stratagem. The real "befo'-de-waU" negro wit Is seldom seen now, but this incident will e! ow that he is not entirely gone. Sam, a very lazy gardener, was bending over a row of peas in a rather thady coiner of the garden, and Wi.s well pleased at his employer remaining indoors. But when fhe came to give somo orders, inspect tho growing plants and put Sara to real work, he bethought himself of an expedient to get rid of her. Sniffing the air and looking around, he muttertd: "Slio's you bawn, dar's er snake bin 'round hero." Then, as she did not hear him, ho repeated his remark. Gather ing her skirts, she beat a hasty retreat, and from a safe dlsion -e asked him how ho knew there wasa snake around, "tlh, I smells 'cm! I kin alius smell "em when I turn where dey's b'n." This was enough for the la'ly, and she re treated to the houf o. Looking out from the window of the house, she saw the old negro holding his sides and laughing heartily at his own shrewdness. His plan worked, and he had an easy time of it th- rest of that day. Atlanta Constitution. Itest or All To cleanse the system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the Spring time comes, use the true and perfect remedy. Syrup of Figs, tine bottle will answer for all th-? family and costs only oil c 'iits.; the large size $1. Try it and be pieaed. Manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only. Old Hatchets. A specimen of prehistoric hatchets of peculiar form was exhibited by M. Vlllanova, of Fiera, at the meeting of tho French Association. Alout 200 of them had been found at Elcho. They wore simple emblems of images of a hatchet, made of a thin blade of metal, ornamented on both sides from one end to the other, and without edges. How Mr TnaoT Hi-BTst Then why dont you u" Hai.e s Honev or Houeiioi-nd ano Th? l-iKi;' Tootuacue Drops Cure In one Minute. Ititssla'n Navy. The Russian navy of the present time consists of l'.2 vessels, of which thirty six are first-class ships of war. AitrxDAXCE consists not alone in material possession, but hi an uncovet ous spirit. FIT,-All Fits Btoppr t tm by Dr. Kline' G e it Nerve llestoier. No Fit nftfr Brut tlnv's use. Mar. vrlnnn fnn-s. Treatise nd fS.00 trill Itottlc tree to Fit raws. Send to lir. Kline. Oil Arch tit . Pblla, l'. " Wbat's that ? A cew invention whigh works all the year round t Snqrisin' these days are not like the old times. Blecdin' was tlio only remedy them. days. But now, as you say, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a true remedy for the blood." It's not like tho sarsaparillas, that arc said to be pood for the blood in March, April and May. Tlio "Golden Medical Discovery " works equally well at all times, in all sea sons and in all cases of blood-taints, or humors, no matter what their name or nature. "Golden Medical Discovery" is the enly Blood and liver medicine, sold by druggists, guaranteed to benefit or euro in evert case, on fair trial, or money paid for it will be promptly refunded. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, Xo. C63 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Kennedy's Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order: Bowels. Liver, Kidneys, Inside Skin, Outside Skin, Driving everything before It that ought to be out. You know whether you need it or not. Bold by every druggist, and manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, POXBURY. MASS. Spring 1 roubic In the early days of Spring, when the temperature Is liable to sudden changes warm in the morning, wet and showery in the afternoon, cold at night many people take cold. It fettles on their kidneys and produces rheumatism, paiu in the hack, pleu risy, and pneumonia. Item's German Cwgii and Kidney Cube will cure all of these maladies. It does it by inciting the kidneys to action, by stimulating the circulation so that the skin performs its usual function, and by aiding the digestion so that the stomach is aide to throw off the morbid matter that would otherwise clog and embarrass it There is no other remedy on the market that ac complishes this work as well as Keid's Gekman Cough and Kidney Cuhe. It contains no poison, nor any delete rious substance, but can be taken without fear of danger. If your drug' gist will not get it for you, write to us. Small bot tles 25c, large ones 50c Sylvan Remedy Co., Peoria, IU. ITREE1 I II n. I rated lnbUeatlaa. with MAPS, deacriltlntf UinBAMiua. 1 North Uakota, Mn tana. Idaho, n asnlMton and Oresnn, the Fro to vern in a tit ami tHiri f Northern 1 1 Pacific R. R. Bt Acrirnltnral. Uralnc and Timber Lam now open to aattlen. Mailed FKEK. Aiidren Call a UMCia Land Oom. XP.a.U. tu. llnl.Mliia. FAT FOLKS REDUCED Mrs. Alls Xauhv Oregon. Mo, wrllej "If w ,k mm m nonnda. now It la I9t a iwdnctlon of 12lb" For circular, addma, wilt fo. be. U.O J1 JiX V UKH. McV lekart lhuw. Chicago, lil THE COST A A ftT LA Dd I 1 ft ft ft ft a-- 1 1 (I 1 fiLWBn J'lP"" II ft ft ft ft ft I THE HARTMAN STEEL fViata no more than an ordinary clnmsr wood picket affair that obstructs the view and will rot or fall apart in a short time. The Hart man Fence Is artistic in dealtm. protects the aTonnds without enneealina them, and 1 practically eveilitttna It.llWKAlEU VAAI.iilJE Willi I'HICKS AS U TKsllMoSlALi MAll.klt tMKll. Addnms your nearest asent. If AKTMA S MFU. CU, Iteat-er Palis, I'a. T. D. OANsK. (Jeaeral Wavcra ttelea Acent- SOS Htala St. Clilcaca. Lvplow-Savlo Wtac Co, St. IfulXn . Aaenta for Southern Missouri aad tknitlMra IlUaola, August 99 Flower Eight doctors treated me for Heart Disease and one for Rheumatism, but did me no good. I could not speak aloud. Everything that I took into the Stomrch distressed me. I could not sleep. I had taken all kinds of medicines. Through a neighbor I got one of your books. I procured a bottle of Green's Aug ust Flower and took it. I am to-day stout, hearty and strong and enjoy the best of health. August Flower saved my life and gave me my health. Mrs. Sarah J Co s, Defiance, O. ft Ciii- Colds, Comrli. Sore Throat, Crnnp. Influenza, VIiooiiiik CuiicIi. Ilroneliilis mi.l Asllium. A crrtnin cure f..r Consiiinitlloli to rir-t mv.t j. Mir relief Ot itilvMiirevI stt, ice. Te t n s-. Vnn will we III' i-wette t eftrl alter taklnK ti e lint done. tv'.! by uen-cm eveit wuvru. Lme butt e. Vicente aad 11.110, I 1TTII P rv c o . LIVEK PILLS so kot cmPE son. mcke. Sera run for SICK HEAD ACBU, lir.plrrd ditrtlca, Condi- puion,iorpiii Binno. 1 nysrouN Iltm. martrat nro on lull. ysftndulruMler. eoncurr liilioas nervous dis order. Et&tjia!i tmt- ioo Iteaotify complexion ty purifying blood, l'tirir yioetiiilc The doe 1 nlrtlr ai)uti!tarMiteas. a one Pin ra never betoo omuch. fcachvtairontaltit 4. earned 11 I Invent mrk-t. like leed Bcncil. Ittlxi leti convenience. Taken ea.ler than FUjtAr. 8oi4 where. Ail genuine good Dcmr'H-rwcenW 6end :-ceoi stamp . Ton get 33 page book wtth asmplSk DR. tURTER MEDICINE CO.. St. LeuU. It. GOLD MEDAL. PARIS, 187a W. BAKER & CO.'S Breakfast Cocoa from which the eres of oil baa been removed. It alolnt. hf finre ami tt is tnltihjr. Xo Client teals are used in its preparation. It has n.'irr then thm tlmtt th ttrfnath Cocoa mixed illi Etarrb, Arrow root or fuirar, and Is tticrefote fur more cco j Domical, coating left t.an on iCftitaci.p. Itlsdellcicns,cctlP. I irhine, etrccc'.hening. raslLT Digested, and admirablv adapted for lnvalida M well as for persons In health. SoM hj Grorers f rirywhere. ! W. BAKES & (DO., Dorchester, Uossi . A POIHTta. . loii'ly itiiac nut ccuire LU BURG MFC CO., N.. 311. ?JS anil 325 f - Ith St. i Lil-. trt- on- of tlte laruect rmniifnrtiir-ia of tilejrewa. t'lilltren9 'rri -, ml Kprriarenlors la Ik I'liitt ti Malt ti. A Imir throBRh tlifir imnieiipf Kmt-.rr if ros iliterrtmf. In tlteirinacnlfi celit saieemntua jro ill finl a rry larpe st"t:k of 'ycla Siniiirieii and Wiryrle Suits. Vliecairincedfranment re eent. a pratitl arrnnre, with severM hnndrt-d eoaehej tiaittt-Ktmelv tirtiol-t-retl and trinimtHl. The ClaeieT KefriB erator with their H'Ten walls for ineulntion are the only practical itcfriperatora matle. Va Blin nntfer' a creat variety ttf Reclining Clialm, Roller T.p li.k. In :tl't liaira, etc. Name cl leriml and a titiltfilic full)' Outcrio- tug eacb article will kc ct ut. CKEAM, UK MAU1CAI. IIEAI 1 ir.Eil. rfnvrw Tn. Pfrti- Frrrk ti M . lit rrltch.RM nd 4fti t WW WI, tut rxerx blrtnbh k )rtrt-1rrtii. II hrtrrtdtrlPtMtaf 40 yct. and It tiRruil-w tartc tt to b xxr it k iTrfj tytr bud. Acrnt its' rcranterfo.-t of Invtlar tiwnts Dr. L. A. t.vsrW f cH nf7 1hr hV t ir'IntU "Al 45nurnri' Cifiro' th U-rwt hanrfal Ttrrttit." n brnl H1 ltt nit iwnitif, C'Iiht It Mrr AftT, AIM tVudf SttVtttr r-'iM-v ttr1Iiva linir ill ut Ittjitn mr Alw Fntl. T. IIOI'KINS. l'roji'r, J.-tm St.. N. . IT Bfww d ft im:u ns. $,Km for atrrct mmA priio ta ftajr cur felling tn mrn. L EVIS' 98 o?YE low.l ml and I'erlitiueil. (rATrirrr.n.1 The frTttreif and pur?t Ityi mnda, t'olike other Lye, it lieine a fina rowdr r and packeil in a can w ith reiiMiv bits lid, the ootitents ara always ready for use. Will make the bent perfuuied Hard Fna) In 2) minutes uithont Mlinr. It la h b-t for cleansing wit-ripea, (iiainforting sinks, clotets. wash, itg lxitt'cs, paints, trees, etc. iEN.. Ht.T MV'li CO Ckn. Ap.ts., riiil.v, I'x ICYCLE8 CP THI laf HIGHEST GRADE Bacen and Koadctert, Ladles' aad Oeata. Finest Line in the Went. Write for Catalogne. Agents Wanted. F.xdusive Territory. Manufacture' l'ncea. T. D. ANflE. Imparlrr and JIfra. AHvata SOii Mate SI., CHICAGO. ue inonucn, uver tuia rwwru fjr the blond, are cafe and vtle m, tmr beet tredlf'inc known for bUlotfa i am neea. coi POIMtllntifiB. dTttwpsiiL, fonl uIau depn-sFlrm. bfraui. l bratdarbe.mrul iuih agCTaawH. aaaaka ianiiR HSJ and all dlaeaivscattaedtiTtareOT a aa the stomach, liver or bowels to wt form tbelr proper function. IVraons Riven to rrrvr- rauns; ara nenenira ny uucimr one iwrer rmcn neai. Prtrr.M: ampte,lftc At DninlHtii, or iient bj mail. ftDttWitMtttttttttl 'ttl PATET1TS! PEnSIOIlS! Bead for Inventor Onidc.or Bow to Obtain a Patent, bend for IMgett of rennio and liavntr Lawa i'atiuck irr.tnhKLu uhmxtii, .. H.M. V. In wHIIna to Admrtlarrs. plvnae. do not fait to menlioii thin paper. 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