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CUE SEDAL1A WEKKL1L BAZOO. DECEMBER 1, 1891. I . - zz A SAD ACCIDENT. Death of Gus. A. Spray, of Scfla lia, at Clinton, Yesterday. One of those heart-rending occur rences that makes one shudder to -i i i . . . . vuiuujcie occurred at o O'clock va XISSOCIU NEWS. ANOTHER MAN'S HOUSES. A Young Man Steals His Father's Stock and lakcs a Sale. was given hack to its Maker, and a loving young wife sees the gloomiest day of all her life. Gus. A. Spray, who lives on Tenth PARDOJfED BY GOV. FKANCIS. Governor Francis pardoned from the penitentiary yesterday two con victs who have been inmates of the hosnitfll for ft lnnrr fimp.Tnmnc TIM-nf serving a ten years' sentence ami S'.'iJtI lnc ls-xzno informed that from McDonald county lor murder youn:: man u.uued Lincoln Taylor ap- iu we eeconu tieuree. anil . n:pnh mm,! i. ui : . V II - -- -- - - " ..- -a lull 11 lull LU m Henry count, to this city, sold the stock to Geo. Menefee for the sum of S80, taking a check in piy ment. However.later on, Mr. Mene- tees suspicions were aroused and he a young man, bright with promise, grand larceny. and bringing them to larceny. A MISSOURIAjTs DISArrEARANCE. John Saunders, a reputable citizen mrmer, aged dU years, left Clinton Aoveniber 4 for Sinartsville. Neb. USE TO CURE SKIN DISEASE OFANVroaM HEISKELL'S OINTMENT SETTLED AT LAST The Supreme Court Says Ellis K Smith is Sheriff of Pettis County. - w i street, between Ingram and Hancock, , er ad rmerly lived, to col- stopped the payment of the check and isabrakemanand extra conductor ,1 il'Yt"? VS .hC ! turned the man over to the police, on the south end of the M. K. & T. heldtEere? Hebougla tickeUo l - the dty Jail, railway. At an early hour yesterday Gallatin, Mo., where he had to take a2"1'11.; what action miy be morning, while switching in the com- another road, and that is the last taken by the owner of the stock. pany'a yards at Clinton, he was run knov.of bJ 1" family. Word over and killp.1 vn i 03,11(5 that be had not reached his Nc A Safe vestment, over and killed. io one saw the acci braska destination up to November Is onc whid' snarantecd to bring dent, and exactly how it occurred 18 and that his money and live skck PA1 s:it,?f:lctor- result or in case of could not be ascertained, but it is sup. there are intact. His family belief ffSS jJZSTSZ ad posed that he must have fallen tbat e has been murdered en route, vcrtised Druggist a bottle of Dr Kiii"'s off the cars which .vp i ex-judge john m'citxe. ?uiiC0,v.crV f?r Consumption. It is JiiX-dudire John AlcLune died ym- when used for am- nffii-i,.ti nf Thmor diet of the coroner's iurv c-rnnprnrAs I terday morning at his home in Snen- Lungs or Chest inch as Consumption. all parties from anv blame. cer township, in Fife county. Irom I.n",ainm:,,t.l.?n f i'8. Broucliltes,! il 'W..ew7eftwaim- more than a veir B? P? o obtins Kczenat also -uau a J ear. ii:wbXfu. SO CTa per box. for "ninm for Kitchen nd Blck-Koom," a. LanJy Look for Uio bouiehoU. FREE. The shrievalty contest case of Bowers vs. Smith for possession of tha in i-eiiis county Ins been in the courts m one euane or .inntlio AN ELOPE HENT. the supreme court d.-cided in favor of SmHi. il.i attorneys for Bowers fiL-d an applica T C 1 - . nuu jor a renearing, ami yesterday the matter came up before t!ie court law givers of the world. At -10 he saw naierjoo. The great Louis X was pope at 38. Having finished his academic training he took the office of cardinal at 18 only twelve months younger than wa3 Charles James Fox when he entered parliament. William Pitt entered the ministry a. 14, was chancellor of the exchequer at l, prime minis'er at 24, and eo continued f r tweutv ymm or .w vas the most nowcrtnl j ( , 1 1 i . r, i "uuunucu ue weeKs air ) ueau m r.urone. meal will make Inllainmntion Mr. G. A. Snnv Wn f paralysis of the brain. Judtre foeCn .IUI??S ",U0-!? i?u'C. n-n r, v " " """ (,.. r.. .. A : ' uit. iiiiui;as;iiu:inu:un-ecaoieiOiate. j nu'JULtciivcuiiere, outi , ; v i" Miaiau suu :iim kih always ne ue- AMOXG THE POULTRY. Krpub'ir. Too much linseed the hens too fat. Do not allow the nnnlfn- ... at Jefferson City, and the application with tbe fa"euiogho -s. It is the Old, Old Story, of "Love was refu-ed -the court thus confirm- .')UU?au'nea fowls, if iat, make laughs at Locksmiths." ng the right of Mr. Suit!, to the WL office. Sheriff Smith ii of course - rK?-v? Wl1' Regenerate very rap- r.,;R-,l fl i . uv "j '""retdinjj. .. .. - (,.-.... ma. iub uiaiipr ii nrnilir hi ir I -in eioping couple, both underage, .. i, une leading cause of &!! banlel the 10:30 train th?s morning, ' . attempting to kejp tw many at thiacity, for Vinita, I. T. which iewnaaxiWS FOR TIIEFAIK T is becoming a veritable Gretna Green L-lu' fape,r. 13 a gd material ...... nuiiu io hub lne iuauie 0f is in fowls ponded upon. Trial bottle free at Hertz & liaie's Drug btore. FRANK JOY FREE AGAIN. Judge Philips Thought lie Had Been Sniliciently Punished For His Crime. now resides in bu Louis. He iweive years, and at the time of his about 23 years of age and a most evJ lleata was the president of the emplary young man in every respect. armers bank of Bowling Green. Some two years ago he was married, . A murderer captured. and leaves a wife and a baby cirl of James Crisp, the Wri,k onnntr- one year. He had just completed him murderer, who escaped from the La a neat house and was preparing to clede county jail ix weeks ago, was make himself comfortable for life. captured yesterday by Constable He was a member of No. 27, Turner and his deputies at Cabool -Knights of Pythias, and a delegation He had been hidimr in Arknneu l...t or the lodges went to Clinton yester- went to Cabool to sec his family. He ccuiui? mill rpinrnpii trith thni ipi iah n i ... i ' i T ii . - . 'cu a iuuu uuiueu i ruui, a relative I -rruuii uoy, me proprietor oi a . . . . ol h:s wife. The officers broke iu the school of stenography and teleirranh v. .ine iJAzoo has not been able to house whi!e he was in bed. He will Kansas who was sentenced to learn that he had any insurance on be sent to Lebanon, Mo. two years in the Missouri peuiienti- u Ja ' rivu ui ae supposed to have drowsed ary UJ Junge John i?. i'hiiips of the I n liw Kl.l......l .1 No date has vet been set for hJ .fiunared izens of Trenton and Z''". uu ri""""8 funeral, but will probably be 6ome .. . seare ,1DS the J"" . . w I llA IAtA H -..il .1 1 -for the purpose of uniting lives and Plans of a Company Which Ma- poultry house in winter. ,u"unes- joruiaries J. Wickersham J. 01. ration is a vounc farmer 20 Han Sf-irfmi a i vu years of ge, living near Roanoke, Mo. He fell a victim to the Hushing 0 time to-morrow, ing th Louis, It is delayed, await- iur iiim Hrri jy i rr nio luihm. t; i i uiui, iui in i t i . . . 0 v. uia lamci iiuui OWIIwwl Tl. r ,luOV 3 CriulG W38 LUG IhPlt Cit R i uuu v in 1 1 i 1 1 1 r'.Jiii irnTr o tintmw i - Tf V.ir.i . note I -m-uvwu, vu uuuuuv. iuh i 1 1 r 1 insr I y-w . time, but several days ago while at Prol)aUJ 1J this lime firmly cemented r " . . .... . iu:iinr i,niripj i u tnbni 1.1. t .i-..t.. J . " ""ul OI .ai. KJc3 ami wiiciienes ot iUis3 Liiz- iiicago, general agent of the Colum- zie J?nrnng, who lives with a mnn cxiKisition international exhibit widowed mother at Roanoke. Miiw a.nu u'0."n4tion company, pa-s-d Lizzie will not be 18 years of flee 5 .V'11!: ... . T o- ii itucisumu ecncu wi ll (r.-tllictmn until the coming June. as a cavalry of fie, r :n the civil war x uu young man proposed marriage "nu was Jor eight eirs afterward with the c msent of his parents. The niiac:ieu '0 the adjutant general's vouhit I nk- nn pfl,r K.n- i... ote- He resignetl his position to the mother flatly refund ncomriLcete.i.hfe -Jfe .""J". tf11 k wiU. refluJre ouIV a shot with his renuMi r i V umuers oi tne Mu io prepare tnem tor market, with his request. W-jl Legion and is 2so. 21 Thecmmlwnn.l M f.m .. An elopement was the only other the order. He was the nrim M wpII ..Tr"" .u." Wn to the dilemma, and it was mover j.0 Re organization of the com- tables, can be rwHid soft and ftd to quickly gresped. The parties arrived t J -: V " . 13 tul-' ageni and the poultry to advantage. ui i, ciiruiccu luuuius . , . " . oao it uaa oici Willi much aurcpia A e i .i . released upon the u thl9 last Salurday have It has no competit r, and L worS nhviS T D t 'eC,Ut Tith of JudgePhilips.who en at Hotel Riley since, endeavor- hand in band with the xiouTS t i y ft ,f ,i ..n13! ir .... , . i .us. are ied on cooked food rather limn Geese and ducks should Ha tmf a yard or p isture away from the well especially the house well. If good price are obtainel at this season it is important tn spn.l tt, poultry to market in good condition. Oats scalded well and nllnirnr? tn stand over night will make a change in the rations of the laying hens. Millet seed cin be used to cood ad vantage in feeding chickens in the brooder during the winter. If the fowls have been kent thriftv 'I i.n f 1 1 - i tv . .... I xiculuu. y i it 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I V" ino nih i ti r-. i c c - tVHwa "ocrat puUiBhesEn(1f. served three-fourths of me jouowmg account ot the death of ------wu3mui postal its. his iug to get a license at this place, rot succeeding, a3 stated they for the Indian territory, and left are oc- a party of huntere that camped the bottoms for a week's snort. , ... . sport was line and all were Mr. (x. A. Spray, whose funeral curs in this city to-day : uuuuajr uiuiuui" at o OCI0CK a J , , . irpiirnr in ntiornn i .1.. 'I' I n w uu i. cuiifMinv I i . w . :T.rr"m vuuuuuur ijmaD, morning RniHonft of, ,i, "fi ,J3ar, ot managers added w ng cars on the stock track hn, nnr;; " " " to his term. at ino soutn pnn nt f ho vor, ;n n i : ' " -."c ton. They had run Tthee . ckrs 7h T on iB ba? ,0D the dinner he was insulted by another the holy fonds of wedlock, Icnnvirt trlmm lin nrnmnlln Iriinl-n.1 I thi3 the one mouth T...l.. m.:i: L.i.i i. ntlmr I u uugc ji uliijia uciii cuun I ..V l..f.k Inn I ' . . 1 mocucrau iaai weeK, aim near !nn rtf . .. I-1 - . 1 portation companies beinir or''ani7Aii in the west. Ihe cimpauy will have a club house on the exposition b'touuus anu anomer down town. ciose to tne union League club. Bolh will be after the style of so:ial clubs, but On nn pnlnrrroil o..Ia A CniTvn T 11TII ...,-r.r. . , I .' . . " c. .1 .ouU.iU wicn ..inula a isuuiu memDeraim can noi.ier to all the nnviteirp. siml, n A -A Tjllr r .? . . . ...I . i - .7V"U vnsnpaiea or irouDied messenger uoys, use of telenhones theBwitch. tr. A. Spray, a brake man, was on top of the cars and it is Bupposed ran to the north car for the purpose of setting the brake, and in some manner lost his footing, causing him to fall over the end of the car on the track. Ihe car passed over the center of his body, causing instant death. He was found a few minutes later by trainmen and his body borne to the depot where an inquest was held by Coroner Gibbins. -ta it was uarK no one saw tne ac era m ldge I A ; he had cone back to u C""?JU ias.1. weeK ana uea.r- in the mouTh: K ,T hr:7 VC "i . a?u reauIDS room. There chickens as sooi town, and gave themselves no uneasi-CS 01 Jy 3, trouble went to the ppepsia, Indigestion, HotdrjikinSin T"1.1 6 P"1"1 tor each state enough to eat it, ufty"icet8lc,kJI".dae. ,,.,d lM,e kiting and reading cooked food rather than r.tw.1 If it pays to work with and run an incubator at all, it will pay to man age so as to get all that there is in it. Iu order to have good, healthy, vigorous chickens it is necpssarv tn have strong, vigorous breeding fowls. Sorghum seed can be ua?d to rmnd advantage in feedin? the incubator chickens as soon as thev are lares nesson account of hs nhwniw. n rt""B""uu uuu lue'" "scinu me inback and between the shoulders. Chills ttfu veryono can awl out tliere E?m wnprAiW hr;n nnA Mf-M Sot..i.. 1 1 i . additional sentence and he was releas. nd Fever. Ac. Ifmu ) nvnf !,.. where hi friend nrQnnin:ri...-e ?.L??.? J " v . J "un U1 lucuumoer came in ,i t...i tji.m: -' -I. , m,ntnm !:' . :. .:; ' i " Y, ".''i"ufi luS "UIU mis um on ana care must be tor provisions, and not finl. ?V "S" I'3 byuipUHeu wmi Ti .no aruiueiuucre. ujaroing houses, holes taken in mM.ln.rn,.t-, - t. ,i i. l ; ii l . i f uui u ii i. ill ih Kinvir rwinn nmcnnui ,v i i a i . t - r o lu liui c as apd Ihe soaroWngprtj. ,vai organizoj sn"'c"""Jr- -ill,.. j ,fc '"J"? 5" ,te. ."F"y- One at He baUroM I at, once. J.ne river was drafted vps. ; . i oiomncn or coei. it nas no . "" ui uiei ai me aep l , .. "oK1-"" BUCklen 8 Arnica Salvn. enual .i a lirr Vui;.;n. l.:-5 hr nn (nri.m.1 x. 1 .v.uw iui cctuai iiiuc.". ami nvna. i r. . n . ... i .... - -- , uuu nnu igito h n i? . t .. i..i.i . ' xne uesi aaive in the world for Cuts. "M-Mo-nieni tlEimiNE at Urersireet & conduptpd tn anv. lo 'r.i. .. r"1- " uc x.rauiuu or cocnin ' L":"1" T, l.U'"eLPmU ' l. Ulcers, Salt Bh, Fm WIHW 0n,s sin,e. co. Tte! Jr- u "... -i . rn. liecausi .i . - , . 7.. i -".uisca, cicb, umrs, csu r.nem. r in I ho trntnr huf nr. .m.a I.: 1 1? n. . . . ... . . . . ..-.w., uaic ui mm wasjoorcs, leuer, coappeu lland, Clullilainb, I uiscueruu. iie ieu tne camp wear- -rns, anu au .Kin Eruptions, and posi- ing a heavy pair of Macintosh The I. O. 0. F.. of which he is a cident, and it was not exactiv known raemoer', ?VUI. .meet t(Mlay An" cr Jiow it occurred. A print in the snow in " p", ; ei ner ucmi hOM(o. i.: i . or alive. Eudicott has lived in have been made bv his hodi vhnn it Tenton for ten years, and was in fair .... J "-inrrnmafnnpoa 'I I ... A ttl-t u vely cures Piles, or no par renuirt.l. It is guaranteed to give perfect satbfaciiuc, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. I-UK MAlilS Y AIERTZ A HALE. WHO ARE thev; Arrested For Peddling Wilhont IllUCh convenience to Stranirera in Chicago. A LEGISLATIVE ENDORSEMENT. e made to pay. A law was passed last Because prices get low at certain seasons is no reason why with eood management poultry keeping can not MINING CONVENTION. struck the ground. was no known DcIp The C3r which m5SPd nr l,n,l. ?u?? Ior winch he would leave his was thrown from tl,P rail, nf aW ?d it is believed that his ;n(cs Appointed to field Nct3Ionth. Spriii: and across the main line. track for several hours. After the inquest the bady was given to Undertaker Jackson who prepared and shipped it to his home in Hedalia, on the 4 o'clock train. A very important Inter State Min in" convention will be held at SnriiiL' A MYSTERD EXPLAINED. The papers contain frequent notices of iicn, preuy anu educated eirls eloninp 1..1 .ll l. A 1 ! ,1 blockinfr Hip , v, " 1 uxs iOUUU in ine "veror in mocking the ,j. (i.pn f . , T . , - x u. ciuit;. The search will be continued for sev eral da-s. A WEALTHY STOCKMAN. James McDonald.a wealthy and well known stockman, put a bullet through his head yesterday at his home in Union Star, a small vilWfi toniv. Frank Ii. Mever. J. C. Van Rinnr five miles from SL Joseph. He died C. N. Stevens. Jno. B. Gallic. R II. fleld 1 I Commercial club has appointed toiiowing list ot delegates License. Minnesota afk-ctins the sale nf alum baking powders. The interest excited by the bill when mvnseri Ipd tn In land thorough iuvestinatinn hv a io:f. the post lative committee of the quality of all 'rragncd the baking p ,w lers soht'in that state, iloMcad with the result that the Royal was shown by every positive evidence irom tne atate Ulieiirs1. Dr. Drpw T?ii3 mornins Ofli:-ers Scallv Gossage arrested two men at the olhce building, who were arra and taken before Judge 1 x.t l... I 1 11?. ., kii i.uai"u ui lieuiUIIll? WllllOllt. n license. Ihe men cave their namw ug con veil uon nuiue neui at opnng- n; AVillinm f'lnrl-n.T.l J mn, t? "uuMicumc viieiirs-, Jur. urew, ield,Moon the loth, 16th, ami i 1 1 ? , n J-nnes Bram- and others, to be the purest, stron-est 7th day of December. ' and in all respec's the best bakfn- As delegates from this city the It' "f.fe Pll1 " e'r lewder in the market. the with negroes, tramps and coachman. The almost instantly. iNo cau?e for the "loses, E. G. Cassidy, J. C. Thomp actisKnowu. lie leaves live child- son. Jno. W. Murphy. Jno. Mont ren. iromerv. Dr. I. T. Branson. j w bodalia has always enterlaiued the well known sppcialist. Dr. Franklin Miles' says all such girls are more or less hyster ical, nervous very impulsive, unbalanced; Usually subject to headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, ininnderate crying or laugh ing. These show a weak nervous system for which there is no remedv WORTHY OF A TRIAL. If 3ou are troubled with rheuma tism or a lame back, bind on over the persons about thirty or forty nackof. knives of various kinds and the lattpr aUo nad a o2-ealiber revolver on his person. Clark had the form of a ballet nirl tatoacd on his arm. Thov lxith hd on coats nude by S. Vf. Lukes at Keokuk. Iowa, and wheie one claims to have purchased them, the other said his coU was brought GREAT YOUNG MEN in parlia- .1 . i - i jvesiorauve JNervine. Trial botlles and a tLUL 01 Pai a Pce ot il-innel damp line book, containing many marvelous jened with Charabertain's Pain IJilm " - - . a iLirvuuiauu 9. nun ;t i .rt i 1 iriii diimh.a.i 11 V .i - V..i -, lu"", , from a St. Louis second-hand ji iiik. cvuiuiicoi) auu 11 flica 111UL lllu convention will prove a success in every sense of the word. tells and cuarantess Dr. Miles' c lelimtPit 2"ew Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. DIED AT HOUsTOXIA. Tin little girl of G. A. Lmgan, a druggist of fioutonia, aged 3 years, died last night, it is understood of diphtheria. Ihe funeral will occur to-morrow. nromnt i:r ir. i. .-n . . .. ' jcuui ii nuurus. av cent bottle lor sale by August T. Fieischman, Dru" FROM KALAMAZOO. A box of Headache Capsules,were hand ed me and I havo used them withjrrfect success. They cannot be recommended too highly. Lould not possibly do without mem in my House, i recommend them to a3 a barrister after escape from the Florida coast In Tjftn don have been just reopened as a library of American law books for the DIED AT SI YEARS. use ot Uritssh lawyers. The time a t,,irn.f pn.-.nn ,,c .1.. .ii I may come when the coiinfrvmon nt est citizens of the county died late ?rr Stephen, who "tried" the Friday evening of paralysis, at the ya-vb.r,ck shall prefer to quote residence ot jlrs. Dr. Cartwright, i;,-ubuus nearLongwood. The burial occurred' THERE If? ovr nrPTPn : . r:ii.t i . ""' JL:'"i ccuiug ai miners ciiapei. Mr. Ii. L.. St. .T.ilm P The chamliers in the Temn!c once occupied by Judah P. Benjamin suflerers with this common though terrible tus romantic complaint. Yours trulv. J. ENSING, Kalimazoo. Mich. T l l ... ..." . ' rorsaie uy nug. r leiscnmann, corner rourth and Ohio, Mertz & Hale, 210 Ohio r It' t'-.T.l. nil riM - , ' 'I j. u . cuiuu, aiu cast luiru. dealer. Unrk was lined S10 for hi3 offensr. and Brammer suffered to the extent of SoO on charge of peddling without license and carrying concealed weapons. "V : i I i , . j-iciiuur were aoie to nav ami arc in custody. tVhcn Baby iras slclc, we pare her Castorta. When she was a CIillJ, jho'crieJ for Castorta. Vthcn sho became Jliss, she clung to Castoria. When she bail ChiUrvn, she cave then Castoria. Howland, -- vv itilia I III I '. I ( 1 1 I'niinTtf ,ll i.-hmh.. A I f.. t,,i : t...t- ".,. iuuu, uih.es pec- .,i...iuiu1U uuu county mi pleasure in recommending Cham- i.u,.., ;ia universally oerlains Uough Kemedy. because he resneoted. 1 r. . i J' ,''-'lu Kuons ii io ue reuaoie. He Iia3 used it in his practice for several years MILKS' XERVE AXn ITVTO mno "T" l"""" lor several Act on a new principle reculatinir ihP :oii i t.i . . i u- , 7 - vaiuauwior corns ana as u w Bc mruugn ine preventive and cure for croup. This uc.,t79. .o. ucn uieuucrv. ir. in M' mnsl apm Anl I- 1 Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste, torpid iilver, piles, constipation. Un- equaled tormen, women, children. Small est, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cents. Samples free, at A. T. Fleischman's. most excellent remedy is for sale -ug. -i. rieiscnmann, druggist. Children Crvfor Pitcher's Castoria. by STRUCK IN THE HEAD. A ten-year-old boy, son of J. P. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, rx youknowIt? A common cough is the most danprmii I thing in the world to neglect ; a slicht Hurfon, living on Ejiat Fourth street, hacking cough is also very dangerous, as was struck in the head by a rock carc it always leads to bronchitis or consump- lPU. ,l,Pmrn i. lion, ilon t neglect tbem. In selecting a " J .1 , iiJ . wut'-"" remeoy ior cougns, co.us anu bronchitis, Z . . v ""j uuw uuu m u.stu ne sure ana gci one inai is not In I of ixis luiunes. uowever. were not sor- opium anu one mai win not produce con-1 10U5, does not constipate, remember this. It is penectly narmless tor children, and it's the most soothing and healing throat and i uui; meuicine in ine worm, it cures pnn. sumption, cough, colds, sore throat asth im, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, throat and greatly strengthens the Inm after pneumonia. Bold by Overstrect & Williams. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Missouri Client) Lunds. One hundred-fifty thousand acres of rich farm, erazinz aid mineral lands in Smith. west Missouri for sale cheap. For partic ulars, address Land Agent Frisco line, Roe Building, St. Louis, Mo. 2-10wtf Charles J.imcs Fox was tnent at 10. The great Cr.imwell left the univer sity at Cambridge at IS. John Bright w..s never at atiy school a day alter lis was 13 vir. old G'adstone was i.i parliament at 22, and at 24, was lord ol the treasury. Lord Bacon graduated at Gmi1)- ndge at lb an 1 was called to tlu bar at --. Peel was iu parli .men' at 21. and I'dliuerson was lord of the admiralitv at 28. Henry Clay was in the senates of the Uuitcd States, contrarv to th constitution, at 2!. Washington was a c oik- in the army at 2o, commander of the forces at president at oi. J udge Storey was at Harvard at 1 in congress at 2y, and iiid-re of the supreme court of the United States at sti. Alartm Luther had become larrolv distinguished at 2-1, and at 56 had reached the topmost round of his world wide fame. Webster was in college at 15. ram evidence of his great future before he was 25, and at oO he was the neer nf .i i.i. iuu uuiesi man in congress, Morris of Saxony, died at 32, con ceded to have been one of the pro- luunuesi statesmen ana one ot the beat generals Christendom had seen. Napoleon at 25 commanded the army of IUly. At 30 he was not only one of the most illustrious gen erals of the time, but one of the great A youne water-eolnr nrh'; ir Cape Colony, Guy Demarest. has audaciously undertaken "ta paint the lily, and by a iudiciou3 touching up with the counterfeit of nature's own color?, mixed wi'h shellac, is de clared to have succeeded in preserv ing some beautiful Cape lilies with undiminish-d freshness to the eye lor years, xso doubt the contemporary goM-smith doesn't hesitate 'to "ild refined gold." Both the method o . uuu oynm of Imits is takrn? ?f Ta nlo,.ni and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sy iera effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Svran of Vi -: t, only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tnslf n.n. ceptable to tiie stomach, prompt in its action and trulv hpnofi ellects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have madn it th mn, popular remedy known. ' Syrup of Fira is fnr BiTn; ru)n and SI bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will nro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to trv lL Do not aroint on, substitute. CALIFORNIA F6SrMPC0: SH FRiSClSCO. CAU - LOUlSVllf.KY. - NEW YORK, N.t.