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writes; know Salvation Oil to be a very Rood remedy for neuralgia, rheumatism, burns, toothache, and cut We are never without It. Chrysanthemums flood to Kftt. A popularity more practical than poetical Is attending tbo chrysanthe mum in Tariff, where it is becoming a favorite salad made according to the Japanese recipe and cooked in various ways-for the table. tvnn Complaints, BtiONcnms, Asthma, tec, are speedily relieved, and it taken in time, permanently cured by Dr. 1. Jnyne's Expectorant You will Hud In it also a certain remedy for Coughs and Cold .Vlis well that ends well, of course. The trouble is that so many things end the other way. Soniervillo Journal. PURELY VEGETABLE Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets. They're a compound of ro- l fined and conccn- Itrated botanical ez- tracts. These tiny, f sugar-coated pellets the smallest and A the easiest to take absolutely and permanently cure Constipation," Indi gestion, Sick and Bilious Headaches, Dizzi ness, Bilious Attacks, end all derangements ef the liver, stomach, and bowels. They cure permanently, because they act naturally. They don't shook and weaken the system, iiko tbo hugo, old-fashioned I)ills. And they're more effective. One ittle pellet for a corrective or laxative three for a cathartic. They're the cheapest pills you can buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You pay only for the good you get. ABSOLUTELY FREE. A Thrilling Book, To Any Reader Of This Paper. Tells All About the Indians. latest Publication In Its Line. Entitled "Life and Scene Among the Klrkapoo Indians" Contains Jicarly Two Hun dred Pages Sent Free to Everybody. In order to make the public familiar with tlio habits, manners, customs, and history of ono of tlio oldest tribes of Amcncnn Indians extant, we have published at great expense a large edition of a work entitled "Life and Scenes Among the Kickapoo In dlans." All their peculiarities traditions, habits, in fact, their wjiole life and cus toms are told in a wanner which will Interest the reader and hold attention to the end. The book also explains our connection with .the tribe, bow it came about and what has eomc f rora it. The book Is protusely illustrated and contains nearly 00 p.p. W hile this edition lasts we will send a copy re to all who apply, enclosing three 2 cent stamps to pay cost of postage. We will guarantee to nil all requests re ceived within the next two weeks follow ing the appearance of this advertisement, but may not be able to do so later. It Is for your interest, therefore to send at once. Address , It R ALT ft BIGELOW, 521 Grand Avenue, New Haven, Conn. ONE ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup cf Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substance?, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 60c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. lOUISVIUE. KY. NEW 10RK. M.V. XtCaroColdj.CouxbsSorsThreatCroup.Iaflasa. ta,Wbeepiaf Cough, Bronchitis sal Aithma. 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No. 893 BEST POLISH IN THE WORLOJ DO ROT BE DECEIVED with Pastas, Enamels, and Paints which! j sf? "a.ns lnJure ron, and burn ir . uu uwiuiuiisiiuiijni1 lliant. Odorless. I n r:i.l,. ,! ranter pays for no tin or glass package MSMAMNUAL SALE OF 3,000 TONS. mi m 41 4 flew WB M BSB B WHAT OP THE KEEPER ? WHY DID HE LET MANIACS HAVE MATCHES? Many Injured In a Wreck at Brazil, Ind. IMsastrona Blase In a South Dakota Town This Lawyer Sustains the Ventre' slon's Reputation. Due to a Mania with Mutches; The Cori Iter's Jury In tho InqUest into the cause of the the Which destroyed tlio Dover, N". 1!., ItoBaAe nylrtn, and caused tho loss Of forty-one lives, find that the French Woman, Mrs. I.a Funntaine, in siine way ebtninod a match, and In her disor dered state of mind sot fire, to her bed or chair cushion. It als; aip ar that, hat ever may have been tho immediate cause of the fire, each ono connecte l with the Institution did all within his or her power to prevent It. MMC MAY NOT COJ1K. Dun Says Those that Are Kspeeted Sever Appear. K G. lun & Ca's weekly re vice of trade says: Exports of jrold for Iho week did not roach ftt.000,0 it), as at one time expectel, but were probably no m re than 2.unu.O 10, and the Trca-ury re ervr. over flt'J.OiO, 00 1. not dim ni-licd. Motcover, ijulto larjo pttrchast'S of security on foreign iiic -iint are rernrtid, which would cancel heavy adverse mcrchanill-ie bu'iinces, and to that e xtent previ nt Bold shipments. 1 he finan cial outiiHik depends largely upon tho fact that exports of the principal products In January wero S'.'il.OO .1.0 0 Muailcr than last year, while imports at New York alone were 17,000.030 latgerthnn last year. which Indicates a considerable excess of imports for the mouth, and explains the heavy nut.ro of gold. In l'cbruory tl.tis far ex ports fr.im Now York have leen but little below last year's, thniuh at cotton ports very much smaller, r.nd meanwhile Imports how un enormous Increase over '& ) l er oiit. Hut those w in drea I disaster may well runiember the rule that a panic that Is expected never conns. Tho business failures occurrins throughout the country number -3i as compared wlih totals of '-'C'i last week. F t the rorro ponding week lust year the fgur.s wero '-!.. SKVKJi VKIfittM Hl'KT. Accident on the Chicago and lnll:i:i: Coat Itallroud. A tlestructlve wreck occurred on tho Chicago and Indiana Coal Kailroad north of Brazil. Ind.. in which seven pcr-ni were I adly injured and consh'oruble prop erty damaged. W. H Croiii. K. Jackson, and Conductor rpripjrs will die. A through freight train north bound was stalled on Rush Creek prado and was compelled to to.j for BSsistance. Ileitis aware that two acavy freight trains were closely following ais train, the conductor sjnt a brakem-in oack to signal the coniln? trains. The first train was stopped, but tho engineer of the rear train failed to see the signal and Jushe.l Into the caboose of the p.-ccedlng :rain. tearing It all to pices anl derailing sevi r il coaches. The co'.lid ng engine was also derailed and piled on the box cars which wero I'oavlly ioadel with freight. The coaches caught fire and were consumed, warping the wrecked engin; so badly that It will be a total wreck. CI.AIIK HA A NAltttlMV KCAI'K. I'lre Xearly Wipes Out the Little Dakota Town. At Clark, S. D., fniiday, fire broke out in the m!at market of X. J. Zcpdcr, and ?even buildings and their contents were ;otisumed. It. A. Til bitts & Co.. the larg ?st hardware dealers: S Anderson, ihe largest dealer in general merchandise; Waite's driii stirc: tho Hi nest Dollar sfllco; E. J. Jordan, cigar sbo;, anil Mrs. M. L. Arpln. millinery, were tiic sufferer. The lo s will amount to JDJ.OOO. with insur ance t tho amount of SlT.OflO. It wus anly by the hardest kind of v.ork the town was s ivad. Thj bltx-k occupied by B. A. Tlbbitts & Co. and Waite and Anderson v. as the finest block In to vn. Train Robbers in the Tolls. Jim Brown, JetT Harrison and Buck Har rison, all white men, were lodged In Jail at Birmingham. Ala. charged with robblns an express train on the Kast Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia mar Piedmont. Ala , some timo last Octolier. Commissioner Brlggs required a bond of $5,000 in each case. T. V. Jackson, of the fouthern Ex press Company, w ill receive about $4,000 ol the 55.000 reward for their arrest They havo confes ed to several robberies and there will be no trouble in co ivictins them Will Inquire Into Yaeger's Mental State. Colonel II. ''. Vaeger. under arrest at Helena, M nt, for malfeasance in orticovas public administrator, was arraigned. His counsel contended that ho was 'mentally unbalanced, and the cmrt decided to have a jury of twelve pass on his mental con dition. Yaeger is still In jail, unable to furnish the ?2-,00J bail required. It is re ported that his accounts as astmt quar termaster general of the Montana division, G. A. It, aro fl,390 out of the way. Shot Down in a Dnel. Edward I'auloy was killed in an im promptu duel near Pt Albans, W. Va., by George Uose, who was also shot twice. The trouble jrrcw cut of the Intimacy between Rose and Mrs. I'aulcy. Fell Dead In the Street. W. II. Melville, of the geological depart ment ot the State Vnlverslty, fell dead at Austin, Texas, of heart disease. He was a brother of Lieutenant Melville, the ecle. brated arctic explorer. (Save Himself Away. Bert Mont iguc. of Cheyenne. Wya, has been at rested, charged with robbing the postoftice at Ittlo Bear, Ho offered 130 In postage stamps as payment of a bet Collier I'rcrd from His Bonds. At Sioux Falls, S. I a decree of divorce has just been granted to H. Price Collier, the cetebratei Brooklyn divine. There was no contest In tho case. Attorneys' Fees or ?.'S,0OO. r'everal member of the Choctaw coun cil. Paris, Texas state that the foe to be paid their attornov, Crrick. is 25 per cent, wnich. on the total purchase ot $2,941,000, will be $7:J5,0 0. They say the fee is out rageous, but It w as necessary to make the deal to get their money. F.mbrxzted from Armour. At Mt Vernon, Ky., Edward O. Ponton was arrested charged with embezzlement by the Armour Packing Company of New York, for which ho was auditor. Mr. Pon ton said that be is the victim of misfortune. Despondent and Dead. Samuel Ionian, an old lieutenant of po lice, committed suicide ntPenver by shoot log. Inman was one of the best known men In the West He waa Intrumnnta! In exposing frauds In the 'c.ty jail, but re cently he bad been pressed for money, and becoming despondent took his life as ab jve stated. lie was 43 yesrs old. Four Cabinet Officers Named. At Lakewooa. N. J.. Mr. Cleveland offi cially announced the names of four mem bers of his Cabinet Tuesday evening. They are: Walter O, Gresham, of Illinois. Sec tary of ft ate! John O. Carlisle, of Ken tuck. Secretary of Finance; Daniel S. La ment, of New York. Secretary of Wars Wilson & lil-sell, of Buffalo, Postmaster Generat Indiana Legislation. The Indiana Fenato passed a bill putting foreign building and loan associations un derstate Inspection, and requiring each one to deposit $50,000 In cash or bonds to secure shareholders. The House voted down a bill providing for an appropriation of $50. 000 to be expended In entertaining visitors at the Grand Army encampment Killed by an Explosion. An explcsl n at the McAbeo Powder Com pany's works near Verona, Pa., resulted in the killing of two men and serious Injuries to four others. The cause of the explosion will never be known, as the two men in the building at the time are both dead. Tho loss to the property is estimated at $14,000, and Is fully covered by insurance. Favor Three Per Cent Bonds. The Senate Fin mce Committee decided to report favorably Sin tor Sherman's bill authorizing the Secretary of the. Treasury to Issue 3 per cent live-year bonds to keen 9p the iupply of fold, in the fre6)sur;. " " FOR IRISH HOME RI LE. Gladstone Presents His Bill la the House of Commons. Am'd crenetof remarkable Interest and accompanied by exhibitions of great en thusiasm on the part of his Irish supporters Mr. Gladstme In Parliament outlined his bill granting home rule for Irelanl. Tho age! I'reniior spoke with powef and With apparent confidence in his ability to bold his followers In line for the measure which Is to furnish the climax of bis remarkable career. Though Englnud's Prime Minister claims far h's plans the same general features of those of 1888 they possess far more coherence than when presented just before his former overthrow. Iho relations which aro to exist between the Imperial Parliament and tlio Irish legisla ture do not wear tho gh mtly garments of the Impossible, as they formerly did. A hasty and Imporfeci vlaw of Mr. Glad stone's idea leads to tho opinion that It is feasible and not bo-ot with appalling diffi culties. The first thins which strikes ono on this side of Iho ocoan is tho care with whioh Mr. Gladstone, so far us jo sible. has followed American models. Ireland, In fact, 1st) govern itself much as one of tbo f-tates of tbo American I'ulon Is gov erned by Its own citizens. Still, there is to be a viceroy, wh , however, will hold office for six years without regard to changes of imperial government Tiicrj Is to be un Irish legislature on C llego Green, Consist ing of a legislative council and a lcglsta tive assembly elected by tho po ple of Ire land, but for different terms and by dif ferent constituencies. Tho mnch-dis-uiso l matter of Irish representation In tho Im perial parliament also insets with a full solution at tho h:mdi of the Promler. He would reduce tha representation from 103 to 60 to make It conform with tho propor tion of representation iti other parts of Great Britain, and would limit Its power of Voting strictly to Irish and Imperial qnos tions, with no voice in matters purely Brit ish. The contribution of Ireland to Im perial expe'ises is fixed at a net sum Of 2,370,030. Matters of religion, of Com hierco, of coinage, of foreign relations and others of strictly national import aro kept Wholly out of the hands of taa Irish Legis lature. BOI.lt DIAMOND TI11KVKS. They Smash a Cincinnati Show Window and Carry On W!,0M Worth or Gems. The show window of Simper Bros.' jewel ry store, 2SI Vino street, Cincinnati, was robbed of $2,000 worth of d I union (Is at eight o'clock on 1 u t-day night B. G. Simper, who was sitting on a counter about twenty feet from the door, was startled by tho crash of the big plate-glass window. Be f i re lie could move, four hands closed upon a tray of diamonds an l In a twinkling It was gone. Simper dashed out in hot pur suit of two men. who ran swiftly to the alley a short aistance do a n the street and were soon tost tJ view in the darkness. When Simper reached the alley it occurred to him that l is -.tore was 1 ft alone and he at once returne 1 to It Inside the window lay a brick where the diamonds bad been. 'J he work w:is so quickly done that nobody knows much about it. The property stolen included a diamond sud ln'.j carats In weight, but which was valuoj at ?1,8.'0 be cause of imperfections. Had it been per fect It vould have been valued at some thing fiUo 5G.000. Two S100 rings and a (103 stjd were also among the stolen booty. S Al l.lt: MOOKF. POI ND. Explanation of the .Mysterious Disappear ance of a New York Girl. Fallie Moore, the young Xew York girl, whose mysterious disappearance a month ago has balllcd the police of a!l the big cities of t' e East, has been traced to riiiiadelphl.i. The girl left the comfort all'' home of h r s'stcr very suddenly, and soon after a Ictt.-r was receive! by tl o family s;iyl-g that 5118 Mooro would bj produced f r t5,O0J. The letter claimed that Mss Moire was in tho hands of Cesperatu peop'e, anl her lifo would be forfeited un'Ois tho money was j aid. No otiatious wero o;tncl with tho alleged abductors but, no satisfaction was obtained, and later a short note was re ceived from the same mysterious people saying that unless the $5,003 was produced Miss Moore's ears vould be sent to the family. A reporter traced tho girl to Phil adelphia, where it was learned she had en tered the employ as a domestic of several families, giving an assumed name, but had left on being recognized as Fallie Mooro. Who wrote th-j mysterious Utters is not known. DITCHED BY A JlliOKKN HAIL. Great Northern Train Wrecked and Nine Passengers Injured. The east-bound Great Northern passenger train, from the roas. with two engines, was ditched four miles west of Bartlett. N. D.. TncsJay night, by a broken rail. The train consisted of six coaches. The sleeper was overturneJ. tho first-class coach telescoped, and mall and baggage cars badly smashed. Of tho twenty-six passengers on board nine wero hurt, two seriously. Mr. Cairns, of Osnabr.ick, N. U, was badly bruised, maybo fatally. An un known man from Butte was also badly in jured, and is unconscious. Killed In a Street Car Wreck. A terrible accident (ccurrcd on the Portland (Oregon) City and Suburban Street Railway line, in Upper Albina, in wnlch three persons were almost instantly killed and a number of others seriously In jured. As car No. 06 was coming down thede-ic-nt on McMillan street tie motorman lo-t control of the car. and It plunge 1 with headlong speed as far as Larrabee street, vben it left the track and went over on its side with a tremendous concussion. 1 ho car was crowded, having about forty-five passengers aboard, among whom wore twenty young people who const!-ti-trd tho graluating class of Williams avenue grammar school. Tbo car was dashed to pieces in a twinkling. The lives of two men and a child were crushed out and twenty-five passengers, toys, girla and women, sustained injuries Death of Justice Scholflrld. Judge John Scholfi eld, of the Illinois Su preme lench, d!e.l at his home in Marshall, Monday, of peritonitis. He had been a niirerer for a considerable time, but had continued at his duties on the State Su preme bench until the first cf tho month. He was taken seriously ill Thursday, find failed rapidly till the end came. Judge S' holfield enjoyed the dlst n -ilon of being tl e rnly man in the nation who had ever declined the office of Chief Just I e of the Supreme Court oftne I'nited States. This pi sition was tendered him by Presi dent Cleveland, but he declined it on the grounds that he did not consider himself competent to discharge the duties of the o-lil in. Tho death of Judge Schofieid Is a great loss to tho State and a personal bereavement to every citizen of Clark County. Preacher Waymer an Eloper. Itov. J. J. Wsiymer, pastor of tho Mnlaca, Minn.. Kcthodist Church, head of an Inter esting family of wifo and four children, has eloped with a Uow of Koyalton, Mrs. M. L White, who was a few days ago tbo recipient of 5,000 insurance on the lifo of a brother. The runaway pair bou;ht tick ets to Ean Francisco. Death of Brure Carr. Bruce Carr, e-Auditor of Indiana, and a well-known horse breeder and Secretary of tho Indianapolis Driving Club, died at bis home of erysipelas. lis was distin guished as the youngest Indiana soldier in the late war. enlisting as a privatJ when a boy of 15. Governor Flower's Clemency. Governor Flower bas pardon Alexander McKenzle, formerly a lake captain, who killed a sailor at Buffalo. N. Y.. by a chance blow, and was sentenced to prison for life. Suicide of an Army Officer. Lieutenant C D. Vance of Co. C, Six teenth Infantry, died at Salt Lake Cl:y. from effects of wounds inflicted with sui cidal Intent Ho had been court-martialed. I'nlqne Exhibit. The High School of Colorado Springs will send to the World's Fair an exhibit con sisting of a plwster model of Pike's Peak and vicinity. Jadge Lindsay Elected. Judge William Lindsay, of Frankfort, Ky.. has been elected to succeed J. C Car lisle In the United States Senate. Starved to Death In Cellar. ' Ihe death of David Conway, aged T5, in tie ;Ur of n old house on Brownsville vf-noe. rittsburg, was reported to tha Coioner. It is certain be had been dead twenty-four hours before the matter was reported. In tha cellar Conway and bis wife had lived for years. It Is not more than eight feet broad by ten feet I ng and abous six feet high. The in inirles of t o. oner's Officer 1) . nelly intj the case, together frith the appearance cf in J old man's body, leaves no doubt that he died of starvation enl neglect The neighbors say that the eld couple had nothing to live on except w hat the woman begged, and cf lat she has bi:n spi n ling the money tho got princi pally for (ii Ink. CLAIM IT IS A MIRACLE. A Male Face in a Nan's llna!-7rc A: par on a Sic!c Cliilil'N Pillow. Newport. It I., has a mo t extraordinary rn'.Uioti, sensation, m my c.abn'n ; It to be a miracle. In a plain ga ret room, without even a picture o:i tho walls. In probably tho mo it humble home in this city, a lit tin child, Ihe son cf Mr. and Mrs M .1. Mi Hoy, has boen lying fursovrr.il weeks unable to move, sulTeriltx with Water on the brain, Its ltv.icr limb paralyzed and lis stomach con ested. The oilier evening t'io mother, while watchln? hor Hit'e ona, ras terrlllcd to see a face appear on th3 j lllo v next to the ono on which tho child lay. 1 he news spread like wild lire, and hundreds if people Metho dists, Baptists. Episcopalians and Catho lics vlsltcl h room and cams away astonished. Lights were shifted into every posit 0?i, b it thero on Iho pillow was a male face. In nun's headiie-s, the fore head, nose, eyes mcu h and chin as plain ly outlined as if chiseled out of pure marble. KANSAS' V.'AIJ H OVER. The I'opnllsts Will Xoi Attempt to Re capture Representative Hull. The tented field of Kansas Is by common Consent in bivouac. There is not likely to be any more ormed ' troubie. The troops guarding the ft ito House hive been re lieved by better counsels The basis of settlement Is that tha Poj u ists ahanih n their right for the time to sit in the assem bly chamber or occupy the Mate House. The Republicans ihrcforo do not protect against the Populists filling their State offices. Th : Populi-t hem o will now hold its sessions cither in til" b mo ment of the stateho iso it in ro mis en gaged 1 1-cwhere. Mr. Dunsniore says it Is only for a short lime anyway. The llo publican house will hold its sessions dally until it is advised that its acts aro invalid. The Governor will keep hands off, and everybody will await th') decision of the Supreme Court. epccted so n, as to the validity of the varied contests. Came to 1. tic 'in Her Cnflln. fosie M. Ducolin dh d at the home of hot uncle. Ira Shlpman. i.ear Augusta, Wis., and !-t. Paul rciitivoi te'egruplied for t'.c body. Tha remains vere put in a coffin and driven by slei-eh ti Augusta, eight tnilcs. When thrte miles from Augusta a sound issued from ihe Coffin and the driver hurried to a farm house, where the cover was removed and tho young woman f.iuiid to lie regaining Consciousness. sOic w as wrapped it;i warm ly and taken on t Augusta, where she now hovers between life and death at a frlsnd'f house. The Itapleff Fuse Not an Entire Success. Another day's ex i e; lments at Port Koyal, S. C, with tho Kipiulf fuse faiiel to finally sett'e the question of its eS'clency. Tbrco ptojectiit s. each charged v.iiU 210 pounds of gun cotton, were successively fired from the gunsof the Vesuvius. Two of them were directed at the target line fr m the 2.000-yard bir y and the tiiird was hurled into tho sandy beach of St. Philip Isiatid at Bay Point. Wuiio a partial explo-ion was produced In tho first two Instances there was no ile oaa'ion of a ly kiaJ in the third projectile. Leprosy In Connecticut. Joc jdi Ojespie, a Russian, is confined j.t the Chenango County poor farm at Fres ton. Conn., suffering from a well-developed case of leprosy. He walked into the vil on Monday and was found late at night wandering in the streets. As soon as his condition was discovered he was taken be fi ro tlio Board of Health, which pronounced his disease to Vc leprosy. There is no ad equate accommodation at the county house and it is probable that ho will be removed to some State hospital. Escaped Nun I'ol sotted. Marguerite Stonier, a former nun, who claims to bavo escaped from a Montreal convent unl who Is lecturing against Catholicism, was p.ibo led at the Hole! Crandall In Blnghamton, N. Y. Miss Sto nier believes tho poison was administered by im of the waitresses. She says sho heard them making uncomplimentary re marks regarding her mission. Sho Is now quite 111 at a private loje, but will re cover. Wanted to Die and Succeeded. Marshall Chapman, a colored cook em ployed In the Hotel Pierce, In Yankton. S. 1., made two attempts upon his own lifo by poisoning within twenty-four hours. He swallowed an ounce of laudanum, but was discovered before tho drug had done its work. Ho took anothct dose. Three friends saw him In the act, but ho stood them off with a revolver. Domestic trou ble was the cause. Coyotes Feed on a Frozen Preacher. The Rev. Mr. Woodhall, of Goldendale, Wash , left home two weeks ago to go to Arlington. Ho lost his way in a blinding storm and perished In the snow on the banks of tho Columbia River. Persons at Blalock's Station heard cries for help, but thero was no boat at band. His body was found partly eaten by coyotes. Mr. Woodhall was about 40 years ot age. Half-Hreeds In Revolt. There is a serious revolt among the half breed Indians of the Turtlo Mountain Res ervation. They are said to be tufferlng from hunger caused by their being cut off from the Government ration list. They threaten to break into the storehouse at Rolla." Extra police have, been sworn in to quell the expected revolt. Thieves Raid an Express Office. At Helton, Texas, the Wells-I'argo Ex press office was entered Thursday night and tho iron safe, with money and valu ables, was carried off. Ihe full amount of the loss is not known. 'I here is no clue to the burglars. .MARKET QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO. Cattxk Common to Prime Hons Shipping tirades SHEEP Fair to Choice Wheat No. a Spring Cons No. 2 Oats No. 2 Rte No. 2 BtTTrER Choice Creamery Koos Fresh Potatoes New, i r bn INDIANAPOLIS. CATTLE Shipping Hoob Choice Light Shekp Common to Prime Wheat No. s Red Cobn No. 4 White Oath No. 2 White ST. LOUIS. Cattle Hoos Wheat No. 2 Red cobn No. 2 Oats No. 2 Rte No. 2 CINCINNATL CATTI.S Ho S Sheep Wheat No. 2 Red Cons No. a Oats No 2 Mixed. IiIENo. 2 DETROIT. Cattle Hoos SHEEP Wheat No. 2 Red..- Cobs No. 2 Yellow Oats No. 2 White TOLEDO. Wheat No. 2 Corn No. 2 White Oats No. 2 White RIB BUFFALO. Cattlk Common to Prime lIoR Best Grades Wheat No. 1 Hard No. 2 Red MILWAUKEE. Wheat No. 2 Spring. Const No. 3 Oats No. 2 White Rye-No. l Barley No. 2 Pork Mess NEW YORK. Cattle , iloon sheep What No. 2 Red. corn No. 2 Oats Mixed Western Butte Best VOBf-Jlfw MCM ...... t3.25 & e.s 3.60 (t KM 3.00 & 5.50 .73 !i .74 .41V S1 3 .32 M 6 .27V .s'i .2 Hi .25 .75 d .So 3.25 ?. .:e 3..V1 C 8.75 3.1 $ 5.00 .42 .42 '4 SSJifSj -X 3.00 m 5.25 3.00 t 8.50 .611 019 .70 .3 .40 .33 C M A .i6 3.00 ( 5.50 3.M) Ifi 8.75 3.H0 ($ 5.M .71 ( .72 .43 4 .44 .3 v9 .31 .57 S .69 3.00 (fll 4.11 3.i0 m 7.M 3.( i& 4.54 .7:1 & .74 .44 ( .45 .73 & .Tl'j .41 ( .44 .57 .511 S.flO m S.nO 4.00 en 8.50 a .13 .73)4 .71 & .72 42 & .43 3552 .36)4 .69 & .CO .62 & .64 10.50 320.U0 - 3.40 3 6.73 3.00 $ 9.00 3.00 6.00 0 & .81 .52 & .88 & .40 .29 .at J0.7J guy Saluting; By tfc Way. All the eacred sites of the East are points of pilgrimage. Even the least significant of them receive large num bers of visitors during the season, when men and women from all parts of the world make their toilsome way to attend, tho Easter services in Jerusalem, or to bathe in tho Jordan. Some curious characters are found in such gatherings. The author of the volume entitled "In Scripture Lands, "says that he otice metj near Nuln, a party of Moors, who had come all tho way from Morocco on foots Although Mohammed was their proph et, they wero travelling according to the orders given by Jesus lo the "other seventy," when lie "sent them two and two before his face into every city and pla"e, whither he himself would come," in so far as to "carry neither purse nor scrip nor shoes," and, according lo tho further injunction, to "eat such things as are set before you." A little experience with them con vinced 1110 that the manners of the road had probably not changed here since the "seventy" were commanded t "salute no man by tho Way," for a wayside salute required considerable time. I'hus it ran between Aliand Tuscf: Kaif Kulak? (llow are you?) Moh 900 ten. Spread out. ) Then both so', "lVace le unto you." "How are the preserved of tiod?" usks Ali. "They kiss your hands," is the reply. Mashallah! ( The will of God be done!) I n lidillah! (Praise to (Jod!) i.mitiah! In the name of God!) Tyeeb! (Good, very good!) Balaam! (Farewell!) Iuiing tho dialogue hand-shaking la repeatedly indulged in With great dig nity and delibera'ion anl frequent change of attitude. These men wero in great earnest, and seemed to have a high appreciation ot their "divine er ran 1." They declared that, they had received "willing am! abundant hospi tality" ever since they had departed from their homes, and in no case had they been compelled to "wipe off the dust" against any place or people. Such men do not visit Nain because it is linked with the memory of Christ, but for the reason that it is inhabited by a few fanatical Moslems, who will bo sure to make them welcome, and with whom they can lejoieo over the down fall of the "Christian day." Pre.-frilujr l' iiii;.v!aiiln Forests. It lias ccured to the long-headed, public-spirited citizens of Pennsylvania that the time has come to advise meas ; tires for the ('.reservation of the forests j ol that State. Accordingly they have procured the intioductionofa bill in the Legislature which provides for the ap pointment of a forestry commission whose duty it shall be "to examine and report on the condition of the slopes and summits of tho State an 1 t!ie pres-ehi-e and absence of forests thereon, for the purpose of determining the in fluence on the stage of the water in the rivers, the amount of timber remaining standing and how the sui.ply can be in creased and maintaine i.- t.irls. Here's Vmir Chance. Following is a copy of an advertisement which appeared in a late copy of the Lincolnton, Ga., News: "Wife wanted, by a young man 21 years old, (i feet tali, auburn hair and mustache to match; has never killed anybody, nor vote I the third party ticket, nor taken a drink of wh'sky. Was educated at the Univers ity of (ii orgia. but was reared in South Carolina. Is good-looking and aTcc tionate, ha no property, but his people are all rich and his chances are goo I. Any young lady desiring a husband ad dress F. C. V., this ofiice. When answering please send fu'.l description." I low Wc Ornw Old. The thread that bind to life i. mont fre quently severed ere the meridian ot life is reached in the cape of persons who neglect ob vious means to renew failing strength. Vigor, no less the source of hat.pinesa-than the con dition ot long life, can be created and perpet uated where it rtoesnot exist. Thousands who have experienced or are cognizant including many physicians of eminence of the effects of liestetter'e Stomach I'.itters.bear testimony to its wondrous efficacy as acrcatorof (strength in enfeebled constitutions and debilitated and shattered systems. A steady performance of the hedily functions, renewed appetite, flesh, and nightly repose attend the use of this thorough and standard rcnovant. t'se no local tonic represented to be nkin to or resemble it in its place, t'.emaud the genuine, hich is an acknowledged remedy for indigestion, malaria, nervousness, constipation, liver and kiuney complaints and rheumatism. The lup:inc4e I.!tiiiiafj.e. The Japanese language is said to con tain sixty thousand words, every word of which requires a different symbol. It is impossible for one man to learn the whole, and a well-educated Japanese is familiar with only about ten thousand words. Knanieled Ware. Lucca Delia. Ilobbia invented enam eled iaienco, the precursor of modern joreelain, in 1420, and about a century later its manufacture was general. Irom Italy this enameled ware passe 1 into France. A New III. The typewrit r backache is a new ill. It should bo guarded aginst I y a high seat and a footstool. JiniLs in churches wero iirst placed there to drive off evil spirits. Mr. Harvey Heed l.aceyvillc, O. Catarrh, Heart Failure. Paraly sis of the Throat " Thank !ml and Hood's Sri ma -paritlafor Perfect Health'1 "Gentlemen: For the benefit of suffering hu man it v I wish to state a few facts. For several rears I have suffered from catarrh and heart failure, getting so bad I could not work and Could Scarcely Walk I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the thrott pome time aco. 5ly throat seemed closed and I could not swallow. The doctors said it wss caused bv heart failure, and gave medicine, which I took according to diiectlons. bnt it did not seem to do me any good. My wife urged me to tiy Hood's fearsaparilla, telling me of Mr. Joseph C. Smith, who had been At Death's Door but was entirely enred by Hood's Sarsaparilla. After talking with Mr. Smith, I concluded to trv Ifooil's (sarsaparilla. When I had taken two bottles I felt very much better. I have continued taking it, and am now feeling ex cellent. I thank God, aud Hood's Sarsaparilla and niv wife for mv restoration to perfect health." Haf.vet llEED. Laccyville, O. IUJOIVS P1M.S do not pnre. patn or aTipe, b:it -.-t. pmmrtlv. easilv anil efficiently 25c. HICH FIVE OR EUCHRE PARTIES ; should send at once to John Scbastias', O. T. A. I l' K. 1. ft '. K. R. Chicago. TEX CF.ST8, In stamps 1 per p&ck for the slfckeM cards you evr shuffled. For 1.0U you will receive free by express ten packs. I ataMloM 1MU rarsa wama to aavaanssa. l.laOlUlJwahlDloa, D.C. IawSSmjpaaiammwal'aSon'ararora! Syralnlaat war, 18adjwllraringfllalinaj attjalnoa. MalfTIOSI tub nm ' Cores CoBsnmpUea, Covgfaa, Croap, gov Throat. Sold by all Bru exists on Guaranteo. rora Lima Side, Back or Chest 8hikib'a Porooa) riatlff will pro rstjctiov- ceota, V CURE. I The Royal Baking Powder is in dispensable to progress in cookery and to the comfort and conve nience of modern housekeeping. Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the publir U. S. Gov't Chemist s Report. For finest food I can use none but Royal. A. Fortix, Chef, While House, for Presidents Cleveland and Arthur. Or n'rlali Ancestry. "Wales," said a Western Welshman, "h is given three presidents to the Unit ed States .TelTerson, Adams and Mon roe. Thomas Jefferson was pure Welsh, too, and the Welshmen of New York are now organizing a movement totrect a grand monument to him. lhere are 1 r. ,1 O.l.lM'n clsh and their immediate u - s endants in this country, and over 1,'. t,u( (I pure Welsh and their first de scendants. The Welsh, Irish and Scotch are, in my opinion, all offshoots of the little band of Aryians that passed over Irom Little llrittany and settled on what are now the llritish Isles." Wedding Kings. A ery few women will care for the latest thing out in wedding rings. The plain gold baud has for so long held its own, that it would ta';e a long time for a fancy rins to become popular. A titled bride has, however, started the fashion of the marriage ring being inlaid with blue n:imel, and so the tide has turned against the plain gold circlet. If all lirides are to hoose their own style o! ring, it will in course of time be diffi cult to tei! .the marriage ring from a dress one, and the fashion for various rivisons is hardly likely to "cateh on" neither is it desirable that it should. Onyx. A vein of onyx was discovered in (Jar field County, Washington, recently which the report of an expert mineral ogist, who visited and examined the find, shows to be of considerable extent and probable value. The possible extent of the mines is 1,000 acres, and openings for a mile show a ten-foot vein. The people of the vicinity claim that their county is possessed of the only onyx mines in the United States. I'aper for the Itlind. A newspaper for the blind, the Weekly Summary, piinted in Erailie type, and published in London, has .just passed its thirly-fourth number. It has a consid erable circulation, its success being evidenced by a recent enlargement of the paper. The Foot Itath. It is customary throughout Stain for the waiters of cafes to fill a glass with wine or liquor so that it overllows upon the saucer. This custom, In which it is desired to show an appearance of liber ality, is called "the footbath." Important to Fleshy People. We have noticed a page article In 1h Boston Globe on reducing weight at a very era nil expense. It will pay our readers to send two-cent stamp for a copy to Detina Circulating Library, 6 E. Washington street, Chicago, 111. What ! They Tilk About? In Hawaii the climate is said to be so reiuarkabiy equable that the Hawaiian language has no word to express the general idea of the weather. For Coughs and Throat troubles use "UKOWX S UltOXCllIAl, TKOCIIBS." Thcy st p an attack of my asthma cough Very promptly." C. Falcft, Miamiriltr, ijhitt. Only when hunting or traveling did the O reeks, cither male or female, wear any covering on their heads. Either I will find a way or I will make one. Sir P. Sidney. FITS AH Fitsstonrcd free by lr. Kline's J'e it erve Keslo'er. No Fits after first iay's use. Mnr velous cures. Treatise ami tiW trial bottle tree to l iti atjtD. Send to Dr. Kline. !M Arch M .,1'liila.i'a. 1I0XT KILL THE BABY. Many a baby suddenly taken with croup has been dosed with a cough remedy containing an opiate until it died, not from the disease, but from the med icine. When your child has the croup, get a bottle of Reid's German Cough and Kidney Cure. This great remedy con tains neither opiate nor nar cotic, and it is impossible to take an overdose. If your druggist does not keep it, and will not order it for you, send to the Sylvan Remedy Co., Peoria, 111., for a trial bottle by mail free. Write your name plainly and give the name of this paper. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies OR Other Chemicals are used in tha preparation of W. BAKER & C0.S reakfastCocoa which i abtofMfrfy pure emd toluble. It hssmorrfAm three timet ( the ttrentjth of Cocoa mixed with Starch. Arrowroot or ' Sucar. and Is far more eco nomical, coating less than one cent a crip. It is delicious, nourishing, and easily OIuesteo. , Sold by Grocer everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Has For S3 that will wash and dry your rtlhrs in one fifth the iimal time, and without puttirrK your hands in tho water. For particulars addrets Trew Dish -Washer Mfg. Co., MACON, MO. aSV.Kents Want d Everywhere.- Established 18ftO. 0f of each nottk by dfrifl and brfffk Ihe ieattjij blotmmn lean aud low." A POT OF DR. O. P. BROffVS PRECIOUS HERBAL OINTMENT reaches and euros disease through the pores, arouses cir culation, heals inflammation, banishes pain. i SOc. Irng- 6lsts'. or ly mail. 4. Gibson rown. 4J Urand Street, Jersey City, Ji. 4. Rnrfinld Ton s of W OA wai Bl ni Baa wuo. Cures Sick Headaeha.ReatorsaComplexlonJaTea Doctor.' Billa. aaaaplafnoi. GiaFMUTEtCo..MS V.44th8t.,N.Y. U3, Cures constipation I MENTION THIS I'Ai'tR ' 1 wamaa a aovai S. . u. o. 8-93 n wrltlaar I" Advertlners. please do not fall to mention this paper. Advertisera like to now what mediums pay them best. T tCoassraipttwea and people who bare weak tana-sor Asth ms, shonld ase Piso's Cure for Consumption. It has cored sbawBoada. It has not Injur ed one. It Is not bad to take. It Is tbo best cough syrup. Sold everywhere. Me. A DISH WASHER I u "1f w tr Six Hundred Years a.ltulldinir. Cologne, a fine old city on the lihine, can boast of possessing the grandest Gothic cathedral in the world. The building of it was begun in 121S, and as each portion of tho hurch was finished it was utilized for the purposes of di vine service. It w.n not until 18Hi, however, that Ihe whole structure was complete in every pirt. The cathe dral, as a perfect temple, was opened on the l"th of October in Iho latter year, in the presence of th; Emperor, William L, grandfather of the present German Empimr. ThusthU famou cathedral was more than six h indred years a-building. Itongert of the KeaMn. The sudden changes in wcatl.er In iho lat ter p.ut of the winter and eariy spring are a source of colds and coujzhs. This season is a !articiil:irly dan .reruns one for pcr- n with neak lungs or of delicate constitu tion. A slight cold is likely t bee ta : a serious ot.e, and the cough that foil ins is tho ono great cause of Ihe many deattis from consumption Sn the early jirin?. Never neglect a cold or ccuzh. Keep a reliable remedy on hand and check tlio lirt cough that ay lead to consumption. As such a remedy the medicine culled Kemp's Italsain is stronsly rceotii mended. For every form of throat and lung disorder, including ti c la grippe cough, croup and consumption in tirst tafre-, it probably has no equal anywhere. Uet a b mle to-tiay. Force of Fvnpnration. An average of five feet of water is estimated to fall annually over the whole earth, and, assuming that con densation takes place at an aver.ige height of 3,000 feet, scientists conclude that the force of evaporation to supply such rainfall must equal the lifting of :i'22,ti0(i,(ii'0 pounds of water 3,HI0 feet in every minute, or about 300,0 in, ot 0, too -horse power constantly exerted. We print in this Issue the advertisement of the celebrated orai and piano manu facturers. Cornish & Co., of Washington, N. J. The junior partner of this lirm. the Iio.-i. Johnston Cornish, has been elected to le pros-nt the Fourth Iiistrlct of Xcw Jer sey in the Fifty-third Congress. Xo better proof cm be required as to the standing and resp- nubility of the firm of Cornish Co. than the cjnfidence placed In one of Its members by so large a section of the general public Women Kflltnrs in Texas. Fort Worth, Austin, Bclton and two other cities have each a journal edited by a woman, and all are spoken of in terms of high praise in the Texas papers. C LEANLiNtss, exercise and diet are the cardinal virtues of pood health. Take care of the first two, and if y u know how and what to cai you need never be 111. It H claimed that Garfield Tea. a simple herb remedy, overcomes the result of wrens living. l'irs rif.kd a-swoon:ng over wither drearily Iveats. sounds that come hollow grounds, mid on barren moors. I ELY'S CREAM BAt I Passaajes, Allays I'aJn I the borra, Kratorea Taste and Smrll, and C'area atpa fTi i-i n-n mm V lAN I AN 1 n I m l n m V y I ilves Kellef at onco for oli in Head. t TTOrtU aiiis I Apply into the Xeetrile. It is twiek'p Atnnrbed. f fr& :yH 50c Iiruggisu or by nail. ELY M Warren St., S. T.l Str SOel WORTH READING. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Feb. ij, 1889. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen ; I desire to make a brief statement for the benefit of the suffering. I had been afflicted with catarrh of the head, throat and nose, and perhaps the bladder for fully twenty-five years. Having tried other remedies without success, 1 was led by an advertisement in the Sentinel-Democrat to try Hall's Catarrh Cure. I have just finished my fourth bottle, and I believe I am right when I say I am thoroughly re stored. I don't believe there is a trace of the disease left. Respectfully, WM. BRIDGES, Merchant Tailor. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. 75 cents. mwm m 8occfrtoa yiiala ynn aaaj haeo by plaaMaa aaiXEK- aEED. They awror fall, laei aiwaya sprout. now and proa one. A,ms Bosbela Potatoes Cheap. tret rn, kMKUkwT rwAiaul ROTII.nits, HVhm r a taway, raataaiTikr nM MlBlwjiOralaBVaBipleii.lleiWthcata.iae. 11 Ortm & t'lnrrr Ramplaa ate; wlith eata. Ma Ffc-ld Vnw SampM lac: with catalaiae Sic, Oil iBaaiiibawadCatapMeiiaiaoeT fatt-tM It t amlled SOB WBOB toeafst Ot eaoassam la a vaiqabf wortt. wortl, ta Ui.a Ita ooat to yom. Buys o- For Uftiwc I 'August Flower' 9 My wife suffered with indigestion' and dyspepsia for years. Life be came a burden to her. Physicians failed to give relief. After reading one of your books, I purchased a bottle of August Flower. It worked like a charm. My wife received im mediate relief after taking the first dose. She was completely cured now weighs 165 pounds, and can eat anything she desires without any deleterious results as was formerly the case. C. H. Dear, Prop'r Wash ington House, Washington, Va. AT BE? PLEASANT mm THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND Mr COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My doctor says It acts pei.tlr on the stomach, liver nd kidneys, and tsa pleasant laxative. This drink Is made from herbs, and Is prepared for use a eaauy as tea. It U called LAKE'S nEDICinE AH Amff?it aril It at MV mm4 91 pi fwhair. If rmnmd H. n.l .rr attrrM fn fr nmpW. Ijibh taiftll? Brdtrl Mi lltr BMtw-l wmrtt fa. In -r.lf- to br lre'tJV, thit It &CU wv. AsWrwB OKVTOK I'. VKi.WAKl, UIUV, S. V. 9 J.ir.THN TliiS l Afr K warn tv vmtbum. nOTIlMQ LIKE I I SWIFTS SPF.CIFIC is totally nnlike any other blood medicine. It cures disease ol tliob' wwl and slim by removing the poison, and at the same time supplies good blood to the wasted tarts. Don't lie imposed on by substi tutes, wnich are said to lie lust as good, it it ret true. No medicine IN TIIC l"'P"l II bas rfnrmel as many aC WwaaUr wonderful cures, or relieved so much suffering. " My Wood was ladly poisoned last year, which eot mv whole svstem out f order diseased and a constant source of suflerinc, no atirctite and no cniovment of life. Two bottlesof brought nie right out. There is no I W tir-Mer remedy for blood diseases. "Jons Gavin, Dayton, Ohio." Treatise on blood and tl:i:i diseases mailed frea. SWIFT SI'ECII IC CO, Atlanta. Ca. The Oldest tlrdiciti in the II crit it protmtiy OK. ISAAC -rHO.TIPKO.VS .CELEBRATED EYE-WATER. Tr.lsariicie isacart-iulty ierel piij Ktcinu's pre scrliiilon, anil has t-ecn lu tsmt,-itit uie for nearly a century. Titfre are f-w (brasses to which mankind are utjjprt more dl-trcssing tlian sr.ro eves, and none, x-rharm, ffr which tro-o remeitteii have been trlisl without success. Korallexternal Inflammation of the eves it is nn Infallible remedy. If the dlmv tlon are followed It will never fall. Wepartlcnlarly Invite the attmt'nn of phvslcuius 'o Its merits. For tale hv all rinurirl-ts. -KiHV T,. TKOMfSOS, SONS a CO.. Tsnv. X. V. Established in.. FREE OOVCRNKKNT o low pricci ftniniLkj K9STHERN PACIFIC R aiiT V beat Aarienlrarat.Graitaa' and 1 mlraral.GraitBgaaf Timber 1.3nif anw opt toratltn. Mailed FREE. Addfl lau. U. LA1B0I1S, Uad taak, . I'. U. hu fast, laa MF.ST10V THIS PAI-EA a-unw m .W.IIMK IM!ETTItT essKence t kenp B dirt bj oz. end Hi. iOneCentapkg. I I'. IT nw. CV.. ,., bnt. lMHMNMIeittaa, neanotni auntratml i.'atalngne free. U. II. MIllHAl, UwcklMrd, 111. - M - Tleansea the Nasal and Inflammation, Heals fllTIi" Illustrated Publications, ff nalWWITH MAPS, denriainc B MinrMrta. North DaWa.Moatasa. UfeaV aM Idaho, Wuuiatoa aad Oragm. tha r U3 D SEED $25.00 a GOOD ORGAN. This gives you an Idea of oi.r prices. We sell at aaBBfac tarer'o prieea-direct from tbo factory to too home. This means jubi nan ino retail price, laaaavsmoiaeraaii. Wo cell Owe Thenaaad Orsasa and Piaaoa per moath, and can point you to an Organ or Ptnno fovr siaJLe ta every immrtf ta cne v. . ii you htb wiinin w muea m as, yon can visit our factory at our expense, and see for yourself. Write at once for our new Catalogue. Frr to any address. It contains beautiful eofored UluUra tlont, accurate descriptions and lowest prices cf the latest and finest styles of Organ and nance. It will Sara yoa many times lu wetsht In g&d. Oramae froaa S'Ji.M ap. Pinaws frowi S17S.OO wp. CASH, or on EASY CREDIT. Instruments abipped on trial. No ml Marl Ion no pay. Find National Bank, your ws Banker, ana cut votnmercua digencu. Write tot Catalogue to-Jay, c ni get car Special Often. CORNISH ORGAN AND PIANO CO., ZatsjiltokrtttTearc WASniNuTON. N.J.