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gnmmary or Conirrcnulonal Pro ccetllngH. 8HKATX. WAsniSOTOS, Tliurrdny, Feb. 0. Logan' joint resolution to extend the franking privil ege to communications received by Congress men from tho executive department on buit oess ot constituents, was reported back with out rccommcndatlont tbo committee being equally divided. Edmunds moved totablo tho Morgan electoral count resolntloD-lost 82 to 23. Morgan moved an amendment to read that "In the opinion of the Hcnate neither the Monte of Representatives nor tho President of tho Senate Is Invested by the Constitution with the right to makn the count" voted down i yeas, 18: nays, US. Remarks were made, by Davis of Illinois, who did not rote, and br Ingalls. A vote was taken upon agreeing to the resolution yeas, 80; nayes, 1. Tho Re publicans refrained from voting, except Conk ling, who voted for the resolution. After come discussion the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Tho Indian appropriation bill was reported with tho Sonata amendments, the committee recommending concurrence In tho same. The clnufo abolishing the Indian comrnli slon was rclnlncd and (he report agreed to. Tho aDportlonmont bill was considered. Cox offered an amendment fixing tho num ber of Representatives at 807, which was ordered printed and considered. Slier win. ot the census committee, took tbo floor. He thought theapportlonmcntshouldbemado this session, ns all tho data are In on which to base tho calculation. New. Crowley and Ryan made remarks, after which the matter went over. King Introduced a bill appropri ating 120,000 for the purchase and distribution of seed cane referred. Adjourned. SENATE Washington, Friday, Fob. 4. Con ferences were appointed on tbo Indian and naval appropriation bills. Several bills wcro referred, Including the District appropriation bill, and the bill appropriating 100,000 for flooring the National museum. The calendar ot unobjected bills camo up, when Logan moved a postponement to tako up the Grant bill rejected yeas, Efl; nays, 80. Logan's motion to tako up the franking prlvilego reso utlon was also voted down yeas, 20; rmys, 4. A Joint resolution was passed for publ ishing tlaydcn's atlas of Colorado. Bayard reported the refunding hill with the amend mentsordered printed. Senator Pendleton from tho select committee, then re ported a hill allowing tho cxccutlvo of ficers ot each department seats In the Senate and tho House. On motion of McVhcrson a bill pasted appropriating $1T.",000 to send a vessel to I ho relief of tho Jcannetto and any other vessels found nccdlug assistance. Mor gan's resolution was taken up, for counting tho electoral vote. After somo amendment It was agreed to. Tho Indian land in sever ally bill camo up in regular order, but was said aside, and tho Senate resumed the con sideration of tho pension appropriation bill, tho question being on Wlthcr's amendment, Inserting sixty surgeons. Logan op posed tho amendment. A message wo read from tho President, trans mitting a letter from tho Seeretary of tho Navy In reference to tho dispatch of a vessel for the relict of tho Jcannetto polar expedi tion laid on tho table. Adjourned. HOUSE. Tho House rcsuim d tho bill for the salo ot certain Indian lands in Kansas passed. The Homo considered tho prlvato ca'endar. New, from tho Judiciary committee, reported a bill, authorizing tho States of Ohio, Indiana, and IllloolR to commence and prosecute suits agilnsttho United States In the Supreme. Court of tho United States, lirapp, from tho Com mittee on war claims, reported a bill for the payment of certain war claims, reported allow ed by tho acting officer of tho Treasury placed on thu private calendar. Some oppo sition whs made to the consideration ot the pension hill, Attcr somo further discussion the bill was laid asldo with favorable recom mendations. The committee roso and a num ber ot prlvato bills wpro then passed. A bill for tho relief of .Mrs. E. P. Paga camo up, and after some discussion was laid on the table. Adjourned. SENATE. ' Washington, Saturday. Fob. 5. A Joint resolution parsed Inviting tho Govern ment and p;oplc of France, and tho family of Lafayette, to Join tho United States In tho Yorktown centennial celebration, and JUO.OOO was appropriated therefor. Tho pension bill was considered. Logan made remarks criti cising tho sixty surgeon amendment. The pension bill was laid aside, and a bill was In troduced defining the duties of assistant In spectors of steara vessels roferred. Davis presented tho resolutions of tho Hoard of Ag riculture ot Illinois, urging a law on tbo subject of infectious diseases. Tho fol lowing bill passed: For the erection of a public building at Qnlncy, 111. Houao bill authorizing tho survey ot parts ot certain townships In Crawford county, Wis.; House bill to grant to the corporate authorities of Council Uluffj, Iowa, for public uses, Carr Lake; Houto bill relative to the orectlon ot a monument at Wyandotte, Wis., and Upper SanJuuky, Ohio; Senate bill to establish an additional land dlstrla In Kansas. A Joint resolution was uiscuspcu directing mo secre tary ot State to withhold pending action by Congress further psy ments of Mexican awards upon the Well and La Abla claims, mid fortbo investment In United States securities ot tbo money withheld. Tho Senate bill restoring various naval offices to their former relative positions wan taken up, and pending action tho Senate adjourned. house. Ulckncll called up tho electoral resolution to avoid a difficulty regarding Georgia, al though Its voto would not effect tho result. After an Interesting debate tho resolution was adopted. The following Is tho text of tbo electoral resolutions, as passed; Jiesolvrd, etc., First, that the two Houses of Congress shall assemble in the hall of tho House of Representatives, Wednesday, the tltb Ot February, 1831, at 12 o'clock noon, and tho President of the Senate staa'l be tho presiding ofllcer; that one person be appointed teller on the part ot the Senate and two on tho part ot the Houeo to make a list ot tho votes as they shall be declared, and that result shall be de livered to tho President of the Senate, who shall announce the state of the voto and the pcrssns elected to the two Houses assembled as aforesaid, which shall be deemed a declara tion of tho persons elected President and Vlco President of the United States and together with tbo list ot votes to be entered on tho Journals ot the two Houses. 8. That If it shall appear that any votes of tho electors for President and Vice-President ot tho United States havo been given on any day other than that fixed for casting such votes by an actot Congress In pursuance of tho Con stitution of the United States, if thecountlng, or omitting tho count, of such votes shall not essentially chango tho result, thoy shall be re ported by the President ot tho Sent to In the allowing manner; "Were tbo votes of elect- fcT . Z , icon . - I,,. nnn.A.i ff,he result would bo for A. 13. for President Kit the United States, votes; forO. D for RProsldent of the United States, votes: It "not counted,'tho result would be for A. It. tor President of the United Statcc, votes ;ioru, Tl fn.llM.l.l.n,n,4knlT.ttnJUl.lA. but In either event is oleeted President of tho United States." And In tho sainu manner for Vlco President. The anuortlonment bill was then taken tin and debated, but the Houso adjourned without action. SENATE. Washington, Monday, Jan. 7. Ham lin ondThurcian wero appointed tellers on the electoral count. Secretary Scliurz's lettor on South Carolina census was taken up. After come debate the suMect was dropped, and Plumb presented a resolution of tho legislature ot Kansas tt favor of construction bv the gov ernment of u double-track government freight railway irom me sea com on tbo uast to tne MissoJ.H river. Consideration of thenenslon Upp'iprlatlon bill was resumed, the question ueiiig upnn we amenuraemrepnriea uy vnm era from the nonslon committee for local nen. slon courts, so-called the sixty surgeons bill. Q Klrkwood advocated the amendment, which be said bad been tho subject ot much misrep resentation. Ho defended tho committee and answered the objection that all the proofs now on file in tho pending claims were to go for nothing. Logan lcqufi J whether tho proofs would net then be turned over to the pension courts and tho cases begin anew. "Klrkwood replied on h. Jytlf of tho committee that it would be Uie business of tho pension ofllco to sort out and lay asldo for present de termination all cases ready for appearing, and that as to the balaneo tho pension courts would bo required to furnish In each caso additional testimony upon points as to which testimony was required. After some remarks by Withers, Plumb moved an amendment appropriating 200,000 to provide for fifty additional examiners tor the pension office and for tho clerical forro necessary for tho Pension; Adjutant Generals' and Burgeon Generals' offices, to render effective the work of tbo paid examiners. Withers ralssd tho question of order on tho amendment, and it was declared in order tit to 24. Ad journed. HOUSE. Tbo Speaker announced House and Crow. Icy as tellers on tho electoral count. Jly Turner, against taxation except for revenuo tint sufficient to run tbo government, and iy Robinson, to lucreaso security from tiro of railway cam; also reciting facts ot tho Trans vaal war, deeply deploring tho war and sym pathizing with England in her efforts to pre serve Christianity In South Africa from savage Incursions, and conveying the good wishes of the United States to her British republic, and her Independence If it shall appear that her Inhabitants did not desire a surrender of tho same. Tho Senate bill passed relative to non forfeiture ot vessels for breach ot the revenuo laws. Dclford moved to suspend tho rules and adopt tho resolution providing thrt an hour may each dav be sot apart during which the members tnlctit ask tne unanimous con sent. It was referred to tho committee on rules. Whltthorne Introduced a bill appro priating f 175,000 to be expended by tho Navy Department for the purpose of prosecuting tho search for tho Joan not to. Rufcrrcd. Ad journed. SENATE. Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 8th. tlruce. fiom tho education anil labor commit tee, reported adversely on tho lolnt resolution for tho enforcement of the eight-hour law Indefinitely positioned. Tho Vlco President submitted a communication from tbo Secre tary of thn Navy, recommcndlnganapproptla Hon of 7,600 to defray tho expense ot un veiling tho Farragut Statue. Alll'on pre- senieu a pennon old. r. .viciuriain, me principal Chief ot tho Choctaw nation, ask ing that tbe award niadu his tieople under the treaty of 18!9 bo paid referred. There was protracted discussion on tho resolution of fered by Eaton calling on tho President for Information as to whether oblcctlon had been mado against tho Mexican Govern ment brlnglngsults In tho UnlUd States courts against American citizens, the Itiqulrr having rcfcrcnco to Mexican awards In tno Well and Labra claims, about which tho resolution Is pending. Voorhees opposed tho resolution, as did also McDonald, and It was laid over. Blair Introduced a Joint resolution nrotiotlne an amendment to the constitution, which was read. It prohibits, after 1030, tho manufac ture or sale, anywhero within tho United States, of distilled alcohol and Intoxicating liquors, or any Intoxicating liquors mixed or adulterated with ardent spirits or any poison whatever except for mcdlcil mechanical, chem ical, or fclentlllc purposes. It prohibits tho exportation and Importation of any such liquors nnd their transportation throu h any port of the United States, except for the uses mentioned referred. Conkllng's resolution was adopted directing the Secretary of the Treasury to report tho names of all persons nominated by tho collector of tho Port of New York between January and December, 18S0. In tho New York custom house, and whether nny had been appointed in violation of tho civil service rules. NIlcs' pension bill was considered and the amendment to In crease the clerical force debated. After some discussion tho bill was informally laid asld?. A resolution from tho House an nouncing tho death of Evarts W. Farr was considered and concurred in. Ai'Journed. HOUSE. Tho river and harbor bill and tho legislative bill wero referred to tho committer! of the whole. Tbo Houeo went Into committee on ttio legislative appropriation bill. Without concluding the bill tho committee rose, and lirlggs offered tho customary resolution rela tive to the death of Hon. Evarts W. Fnrr, of New Hampshire Eiiloirles were delivered bv Brings, Hall, Rv, Bland, Bowman, Code grail of Ohio, Shc'llcnbargcr, Blake and Slier win. Adjourned. SENATE. Washington, Wednesday, Fob. Oth. Wallace submitted a resolution, which was adopted, calling on tho President, It not In compatible with public Interest, for the cor respondence recently passed between 8paln and the United States In regard to tho agree ment madeFeb. 12, lSTt,andmoro particularly wiui reierenco 10 me question or naturaliza tion by tho Uultcd States of natives of 8plu. Wfndom Introduced a bill authorizing the Mexican National It ill way Company to con struct a bridge to tne centerot tho Rio Grande river to tho boundary lino between Mexico and the United States referred. Tho Vice President, at 12 o'clock announced the time for counting tho electoral voto. The Senate, witu tno vice rresiueniat its ncaci, proceeueii to tho hall of tho Houso of Representatives. Upon Us return tho Senate received from Hamlin tbo report ot tho tellers of the two houses, accompanied by a preamble reciting tho result, wlta a resolution that the two houses are ot opinion that tho Constitution and laws have been duly executed and no declaration ot tho fact set forth Is necessary. Adopted. Hoar oflcrcd a resolution, which was adopted, for printing for tho use of the Senate, a letter of Hon. El ward Everett, writ ten after his retirement from tbe ufllco of Secretary of State In reply to Lortl John Russell on the proposed tripartite con vention relating to Cuba, as It contain id an able discussion of the Monroo doctrine. Tho Housi) Jetnt resolution granting condemned Cauuon to tht Morton Monumental Associa tion passed. Thepcnsiou appropriation bill was taken up and the discussion of Plumb's amendment Increasing Iho number of pension oflU-ers wascontlnued. Thu amendment was tabled 27 to IS and tho bill pa(6cd. Morgan Introduced a bill for tho settlement of tbe l'oncu irlba of Indians and fcr other purposes relating to their welfare referred. Wallace moved to tako up the postoffice appropriation bill agreed to. Tho Benato went into execu tive session, and soon after adjourned. HOUSE. Tho House went Into committee on the leg islative appropriation hill, but roso without concluding. A resolution was adopted otter ing tho privilege of tho floor to ladles wno could not securo gallery seats during tbo pro ceedings In tho count ot thu electoral vote adopted. Shortly after noon tho Vice President and Senate arrived. The Vice Piesldcut took a scat on tho right hand side of Speaker Ran dall, and the Senators took tho front rows of desks. Tbo Vlco President called the Assembly to order, and said that tho two Houses being assembled In pursuance ot tbe Constitution, the totes may now be counted and declared for the President and Vice President. It be comes my duty, under tho Constitution, as President of tbo Senate to open thu certificates ot election of tbe several States of the Union In tho pn sence ot tbo two bouses, and I now Eroceed to dlschargo that duty. The tellois avlng taken their places, the Vice President said : I open a peckaga purporting to contain the certificates of election ot the State of Ala bama and hand tho certificate to bo reported. Senator Hamlin read the certificate slowly, showing 10 votes for Hancock and English, and tho Vice Presldont said: The vote ot Ala bama having been recorded by tbe tellers, I op en and hand to them tho certificate ot Arkan sas. The same proceeding was observe 1 In that case. Reagan then moved to dispense with a formal reading. Agreedto. CaUfornia'acer tlllcato showed Ave ot tho six votes of that State for Hancock aud oe for Garfield. When Georgia was reached Crowley read the certifi cate of Springer, demanding a reading In full. It shows that eight ot tho cloren votes of Georcrla were cast for Hancock and English. Tho Vice PresHentsald it appearing from tho certificate that tho vote of Georgia was cast on a day other than thrt fixed for casting such votes by au act ot Congress, that In pursuance of tbe Constitution the result ot this certificate will not bo recorded until In tho language ot u concurrent resolution tNder which this Court proceeds, it will appear "bother tho counting or omitting to count sucb-lotes w) change tho result ot thoolcctlon. Ilkpols, Iowa, and oth er states In order wore ct Wed. Tho tellers footed up at the closu i tho reading und Thurmsn announced tho(rholo number of electors voting were 309, q which a majority is 185. Were the votes of tl iGeorgiaolectors, cast tho eighth of December, counted tho result would bo for Garfield, 2H: Hanccck, 155. If not counted thoresiu would bo, Garfield, 214; Hancock, 144. In either evept James A. Gar field has received amalorltv I the wholo num ber of electoral votes. Thillsame statement was made respecting the '(Vlco President, wherebv the Vlco President il Glared James A. Garfield President and Chf ktcr A. Arthur Ylco President (it thiiftUnltei I States for four years, beginning March 4th,'8Sl, Loud ap plause. The senate then retijjd and the house presented tho houso report c" tho count, and alter a rormui recora uv resolution or tno pro ceedings the houso went Into cemmltteo on tno legislative appropriation uui. uiueite or fared an amendment nrovldlng that tbo ex nenso of nilntlnir National Dank notes shall he charged to tho banks applying for tbo same. Aircrwarus nu wunarow tno amenu ment. statlnir that ho would oiler it again Tbo committee roso and roportcd the sundry civil appropriation bill to tbo bouse, when It passed. Covert reported back tbo agricultur al appropriation bill referred to comniltleo of thu whole. A controversv arose as to tho priority of business, Fryo called up tbe reso lution irom tno eommittce on rules mat litre after whenever tho mnrnlnir hour is dispensed with that hour shall bo set apart as thu tlmo during which tho members aro to pars bills nu tho calendar by consent, llvo objections to be fatal to tho consideration of any bill. The resolution was agreod to. Young folks grow most whon thoy aro in loro. It Inoroases tbolr sighs wonderfully. ltnby is Drad. "Baby is doadl" Throo ltttlo words passing along tho lino; copied soma whoro and soon forgotten. Hut niter all was quiot I lcanod my head upon ruy hand and fell into a deop roverlo of all that theso words may mean. Somewhere n dainty form still and cold unclasped by mother's arms to night. Eyes that yesterday woro as bright and bluo ns skies of Juno droop ed to-night boneath tho whito lids that no volco enn over raise ftgatu. Two soft hands, whoso roso leaf fin gers woro wont to wander lovingly around mother's neck and lace, loosoly holding whlto buds, quietly folding in con lined rost. Soft Hps, yc'storday rippling with laughter sweet ns woodland brook falls, gay ns trill of forest birds, to-night unre sponslvo to kiss or call of love. A silent homo tho patter of baby foot forovcrhushed acradlo bed impressed, Littlo shoes half worn dainty garments shoulder knots of blue to match tlioso eyes of yesterday folded with aching heart nway. A tiny mound, snow covered, in somo quiot gravoyard. A mother's groping touch In uneasy slumber, for tho fair hand that shall novcr again rest upon her bosom. The low oob, tho bitter tear, as broken dreams awaken to sad rcallly. Tho hopes of futttro years wrecked liko lair ships that suddenly go down in sight of land. Tho watching of other babies dimp led, laughing, strong, and this ono gone! Tho present ngony of grief, tho lutttro emptiness of heart, nil hold In those thrco ltttlo words "Baby is dead." And yet it cannot harm 113 now and then to glvo a tender thought to those whom our careless pen stroko is pro paring such a weight of grief. A Bravo Boy. A bravo boy who kept twenty Indinus at bay died of his wounds, n few days ago, nt Denver, Col. Throo days after tho battle of Whlto ltivcr, in which tho gallant Thornburgh lost his life, Free man Z. Wray, who was In chnrgo of cattlo forty-fivo miles north of Whlto Uivcr Agoncy, was attacked by n band of savages. Ho contrived to get his rillo and to make so good a dot'enco that thoy took thcmsolvcs to a ravino nnd besoiged him at tliolr leisure Alter n while ho got out of ammunition, aud was forced to climb into a wagon to got a now supply. Whllo ho was executing this movement a bullet struck htm in tho calf of tho leg, passing dlrrcctly through. In another instant another ball caught him nt tho hip and knocked him down. With a whoop and a yell tho savages ran toward tho spot, expecting to tako thoir plucky foo prisoner. But thoy wero again foiled, for Wray was only down temporarily, and getting to his feet again, scrambled into tho wagon, whero lay his ammunition. Ho pulled a sack of Hour in front of him nnd piled a bag of beans on top of that, and took hold of such other articles within reach as mndo for him a barricade against tho shower of balls that was promisod. Rapidly cutting n whole in tho canvas wagon cover ho saw tho Indians np proachlng. Lsvoling his rillo ho fired at tho foremost of his pursuers, tho ball taking effect nnd killing ono of tho red skins. This throw tho Indians into con fusion, and thoy retreated into tho walls of tho ravine. Thoy throw a hailstorm of bullets into tho sido of tho wagon whoro tho plucky boy lay intrenched. Ono of theso loaden mossongcrs caught young Wvay in tho right oyo, crashing through his brain. Tho Indians finally rotrcatcd. After a protracted delay tho boy's wounds woro dressod and tho balls extracted, and after a Qvo months' musing ho soomed to bo entirely well, although ho had lost tho uso of ono oyo. Ono of his wounds broko out afresh elghtoon months after tho fight, and causod his doath. Scono in a oollogo. Professor Who will seo Mr. B. boforo next Monday P Lady student (hesitating and blushing) I shall sco him Sunday night, proba bly. Gslvciton News. Tno Madison ( w is, ) cmocraf, m en- doavoring to treat tho wounds received oy tno canmuatos lor tno .prosiuonov, wlsoly proscribes St. Jacobs Oil. Ol course wo oould not oxpcot our wortliy contemporary to do otherwlso than recommond that famous Old German ltemedy, which "hoals all wounds but those of lovo" and soothes all pains, savo those of political disappointment Tho Amended Bible. From the Tall Mall Uaztitle, According to statements unofllolnl, but apparently authentic, tho revisers of tho How Xostamont nave mauo altera tions which will oxeito somo consterna tion and not a littlo regrot among all thoso who aro familiar with tho author ized version. In tho Lord's prayer, tho conolttding petition, "Dolivor us from evil," is cliangod into "Deliver us from tho evil ono." Half n dozon of tho most familiar texts in tho Now Testamont will disappear altogether. Tho ques tion, "What shall it proiit a man it ho gain tho wholo world and lose his own soul?" is metamorphosed into. "Wliat doth it proiit a man to gain tho wholo world and loso his own llfoP" "Hades" is substituted for "boll" in two well known passages. Tho inscription on tho altar "to and unknown God" will roait "to an unknown God." Apart from theso toxual alterations and omis sions, tho rovisors havo abolished tho divisions into chapters and versos and printed tuo now version in paragrapns, Br. Louli ncnubllean. It is vory raro that tho Republican consonts to editorially forward tho in terests of advertisers of what aro known as patent modieinos, as It doos not Iro nueittlv fall out that wo can havo pos! tlvo knowlodgo of thoir merits. How ever, wo tako ploasuro in saylnsr of St. Jacobs Oil from individual oxporimont, that it is n most excellent remedial agent, and as such wo oan heartily roo ommend it. A Frog Story. Gorman naturalist aro requested by n Sllesian nowspapor to reflect on a cur ious proponr Ity of tho frog, alleged to havo been discovered during tho drain ing of somo hugo carp ponds upon Count SohnafTotscho's cstato of Warm brunn. Upon transferring tho fish from theso proscrves to baskets, for tho pur poso of conveying thorn to tanks where in thoy meet disport themselves whllo their old familiar quarters wero being cleansed, It was obscrrcd thnt frogs wcro clinging to tho backs of tunny of tho larger carp. Most of tho fish thus bcrultlcn woro blind, tho frogs' forofect being found firmly llxcd In tho oyesock cts of their victims. Interrogated re specting this slrnngo phenomenon, tho chief pond-keeper fsnld that nccordlng to his experience, extending over seven years, frogs wcro tho deadliest enemies with which carp had to contend, and caused nn animal mortality nniong the fish under his enro of 3 to 4 per cent, of their total numbor. Tho frog's object in bestriding tho carp, ho said, was to feed upon tho slimy matter that so fre quently forms nsort of spongy crust on tho heads and backs of tho older fish; and, onco settled in their favorite scat, thoy speedily succcdcd in gouging tho llnny steeds, which, when blinded, bohig unnblo to look out for thoir food, soon perished of hunger. How tightly theso voracious batrachlans hold on to their living pastures was excmpltlcd by tho pondmastcr, who picked up a carp weighing two pounds nnd held It sus ponded In tho nlr by ono of tho hind legs of a frog perched upon Its back In man ner above described. Carps thus frog ridden to doath begin to turn yellow on the third dnynftcr tho parasitical croak er has taken his scat, rapidly waste away and generally die within a fort night from tho commencement of their martyrdom. lu clear water It is pre tended that thoy can espy their nlmblo foo ns ho propnres to spring upon them, nnd by a tlmoly wrlgglo often escape his attack; but in dim md slimy old ponds, liko thoso of Count Sehaafgot scho, they too frequently fall a victim to his salutatory skill and merciless ap potito. 'I'liellU'dOlHoOIentijI Cxliiiiintloii Many diseases, especially those of tho lmrv ous system, are the products of dally renewed mental exhaustion. Busl Jess avocations oft en Involve an amount of mental wear and tear very prejudicial to physical health, and tho professions, It arduously pursued, aro no less destructive to brain and nervo tissue, ft Is ono of thu most Important attributes of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters that It compen sates for this unduo loss of tissue, aud that It Imparts new energy to tho brain and nerves. The rapidity with which It renews weakened mental energy nnd physical vitality Is re msrltuble, ana shows that Its Invigorating properties nre ot tho highest order. Besides InereislDg vital stamina, nnd counteracting tho ilTcct.6 of mental exhaustion, this poien tlal medicine fines and prevents fever and ague, rheumatism, chronic dyspepsia and constipation, kidney and uterino weakness and other complaints, l'hyslctiins also com mend It as a medicated stimulant and remedy. A BescrvcI iolicc. Tho Toledo Chroniolo in connection with a favorable notico it publishes ol tho Stato Insuranco Co. of'Des Moines taken from tho Keglster says: To tiio abovo words of commendation wo would add our hoarty endorsement. Wo havo been carrying about $3,000 instil nnco in tho Stato aud know by cxporicneo that tho doalings of that company aro just and liberal in tho oxtremo. At tho groat iiro in Novada, Iowa, which occurred n littlo over two months ngo, tho Stato Insuranco Co. was tho first to pay its loss. Its adjuster was on tho ground beforo tho smoko had stopped ascending from tho llro nnd promptly nnd honorably paid overy loss in full. That is tho kind of promptness which pleasos mon and givc3 them faith in a company, and that is tho kind of promptness which thu Stato Insuranco Co. practlcos. Beefsteak ami Oyslcr Sauce. Select a good, tondor rump steak, about an inch thick, and broil it quickly. Nothing but oxpcrlcnco and attention will servo in broiling a stoak; ono thing, however, is always to bo remembered, novor salt or "season broiled meat until cooked Havo tho gridiron cloan and hot, groaso it with olthor butter or good lard boloro laying on tho moat, to provont It stick ing or marking tho meat; havo cloar, bright coals, and turn It frequently. Whon cooked, cover tightly, and havo ready nicely stowed oysters; then lay tho steak in n nlco dish, and covor over somo of tho oysters. Sarvo tho rost in a turoon. Tvventy-trTo oysters will make a nlco sauco for a sfeak. David Jones, a Now York browor loft 811,000,000 to 11 vo ohlldron. JVlrrt. l.i-tliiK" Miiy Don't tako any of thonuoek roitruius, asthey aro regimental to tho human cistern i but put eral dilapidation, costlvo habits and alt comic diseases. They saved Isaac from a sevcro ex tract of tripod fever. They aro tho tie ji!s iikmm of medicine. Jloston Uhbt. Tlcldinc causes laughter, but when a doctor tickles a person out ot f 25 or flSO for a cure ot a contracted private dtacaso without doing any good, tho laugh doesnotcomolu tho right place. The same person writes to 8, lllacl: ford, HO West Third street, St. l'aul, Minn,, 10 senu mm a oottio Ol nr. munuayi uiuuu I'urlflor and a pacltsgo of Dr. Halllday'a Wash and Injection, which only costs him threo dol lars for tho lot, and cures himself In no time, then Is whero the laugh comes In to seo how foolish ho had been on the start. Baldheaded men aro Informed that there Is but ono avenue of escape from their nfltictlon. and that Is Carbollne, a deodorized extract ot potroleum. tho great hair rcnewer, which be ing recently Improved, (smorocfllcaclousthan over aud Is absolutely faultless. Cot Lyon's Heel Btllfeners applied to thoso now boots or shoes before you run them over. PILES! PILES! PILES! A Sure Cure Found nt I.utt, Nu Ono Need minor. A saro euro for tho llllnit, niccd'nir. IteMni and til mated l'llei hts been discovered by Dr. William; (mi Indian remedy;, called Dr. Williams' Indian Oint ment. A uliiulo hoxhBiourcd iho wont elironja caes of 11 nnd 00 Iran itnndtnir. No ono need iiilfer llvo minute' mtor applying lint wonderful aootlilnv medi cine Williams' ointment aliiorbs tlio tumors. llys tho Intenso Itchimr (particularly at nlht utter Kcttlint warm lnbd.) acts at a ponltlco, kIvto Instant and painless relief, and Is prepared oulr fur l ilts, Itcnlnx ot tho prlvato parts, and nnlhlnir else. Head what tliu Hon. J. M Cofflnherry, of Cleveland, says about fir. Williams' Indian I'lla Olntmcnti 1 havo used scores of pile eures, and I havo never found anythlmr whlcliBivo Mich ImmMlato unci permanvut relief as Ilr, Wlhlams' Indian riloOlntun-nt. Kor ralo by all drucum, or mailed oa receipt of rrloe ll.oo. .Hanry & Davles, Prop's, CIovoliuul, OlllO, Tlio Nccrct Void. Nobuly told, for nobody knew. How sweetly tho -puro little violet grew; How It came through the earth and tho frost and tbe dew, And lifted Its hetv.l to the heavens so blue. Nobody told, for nobody knew, Why perfect good health should gladden so few: Whllo thousands who long something noble to do, Arc bowed down by sickness their wholo lives through. Somebody told, for every one knew, Tho wonders Safe Kidney ard Liver Cure do; In bringing pure health to the body anew, Andsavlng from ilea li many noble nnd true. len. .Io tin A. IjOkiitis Hero ot the late war and now united Stales Senator from Illinois, writes! "Somo years ngo I was troubled moro or less with rheuma tism, and have within the last ynar or so suf fered Intensely with thcsamcdlpcasc. I began to tako 'Durnng's Hhcumatlc Kcmcdy,' and am thoroughly satisfied that I bave been per manently cured by Its itsi. I do not hesitate to recommend It to all sufferers." For cuts, burn, uso Kcddlng's Itussla salve. ji:e:b:.,n aim.'Un'i' i lom mk. Jt is natural for people suffering with Dys pepsia and Liver Complaint or any derange ment of tbo digestive organs, such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual Costive ness, palpitation ot the Heart, Heart burn, Water-brash, gnawing and burning pains at tho pit of tho Stomach. Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and dlsagrccabto tnsto In the mouth, coming up of food after eating, low spirits, Ac., to put oil from day to day buying nn ar ticle that they know has cured their neighbor, friend, or relative, yet they havo no faith In It until It is ton late. Hut If you will go to your Druggist and get a bottle of (iuncN's Avovst ixownit your Immediate cure Is as certain as you live. Sam ple bottles of this medicine can ho obtained for 10 cents to try Its superior virtue. Hcgular size 75 cents. Try It, two doses will relieve any case; i:i'.Nt;iri:i 1'ico.ti iMMTii. William.). Cotighllti, of Sotnervllle, Miss., snysi "In the fall of lS7d l was taken with it vioixst iit.iinniNti or tun I.uxos followed by a severe cough, lu the summer of 18171 was admitted to the hospital. Thu doctors said I had a hole In my left lung big as n halt dollar. I was so far rone at one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a friend told mnof Dlt. W.M. HALL'S HAL SAM VOU THE LUNtlS. I laiuhtd at my fileuds, thinking that my caso was Incurable, but I got a bottle to s-itlsfy them, when to my surprise and gratification, I commenced t j feel better. I wilte that those filleted with Diseased Lungs will be Induced to take 1)1! W.W. HALL'1)ALS..M KOIt TIIK LUNU. and be rnnvlncitt that CONdUMl'flOX CAN nr. UL'lllil)." Holil by tlrngglsts. It. Is tho manifest destiny of Olcnn's Sulphur Soup to supcrsedu the oily or.gucnts, which, until Its Introduction, were quite extensively, and It may also be said, erroneously used for cutaneous eruptions. Ssoii'l lilt; oil lli; Ii--iiiNon. All- llr,T..I.i tnw llllr..,..!. r... P.. It Tfr clears out rats, mice, bed-hugs, roaches. Only ! ITw tx-r hoT, That Acts at the Same Time ou The Liver, the Bowels and tho Kidneys. Tlipsocrpfit nre.ma nrothe natural i-lt-unn era of tliu system, ff they work well. Iieallli will li'i perfect! If tlicy Ihtiiuiu eliiKtfcd, ilieadful ill, cases are bum to follow Willi TERRIBLE SUFFERING. lllllmnncM, Ilenilnrlii, I)jspi'nl.i, Jiiun dire, Coinf Ipnllou nihl Piles, or K bl uer Complaints, (Inm l, Dl.iliclcs, or itliennmilc Tallin nml Aelirs, arn ilevelopeil because I he 1 palsnneit wltli tint humors that shuuM bivu Uet, expelled naturally. Trill restore tha healthy action and all these destroying evils will bo IninUlieit Levied them and you will Iho hut In siiiTit. 'lhotmindsntiroliccn cured. 'Iryltandyou wilUdd onumoro to tlio mtmlnr, 'lake It and ucuHliwllloncc more claddcn your heart. Vrh Suffer loafer from Iholorafntcf so lrhlncbi.il VI Sij bear sash dlitrets f mm CviutliilU sr.d 1 Ilr. I KtPNrsY-Vt'onTwM euro yon. Tryapaclr. ueo at onco and bo satisfied. ( n ilry ugttallt compound nn.f One I'ncLafroiiialtcs six quarts nf Sleillrlnr. Your I)ruaalt Ant i7, or trill gtl It for you. iMMttponhtirlnijIt. frier, its. well:, s::hasb:9:t i cs., rr:p:ietcr:, IO (Will itn.1 rit pll.) IlurllOKloi, VU mm In rcupoiuo to tho urcont reqiiettu of great nuinboraofpooplo who prefer to purchiua a Kid noy Wort olrciuly prcpxrei tht p-o-prlctoriioftlila cw.ebratod remedy now pro p&reitJnUqu.Mfjrm at wall aa dry. It Ja ! Of7 coucenlru'-cd, in put u iaUvcobottloti, and Ja equally efficient as that put up dry In noons, Ztsavostho noceaaity ofpt'eparfnrv UfUwayn ready, and U moro OMlly token by I moot people, ZMce, tl ot bcttlo. 1 aUIAUi-U AW ii,l UJHiJ lit aJUvllUA)Atli l.p iVCI.LS. ltll"',.ti:i)SU.V& ( '., I'rop'n, A t irf-n. U siscovEncn or LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Thol'nltlvr) Cure. for all those Painful Complaints and Wralnesaea aovouiinon to our host IViitulo population. Itwlllcuro entirely the vrort f orra oMYnials Con plaints, all ovarian trouhldj, Inflammation and Ulcera tion, railing- and !)! 'placements, a:.iltho consequent dplcal Weakness, uid Is (articular) adapted to tho Cluuiirc. ot Mfo. It will dlssolvo and rxpol tumors from tho uterus In an railr stajjoof development. Tho tendency to can. curousliumomtheielscliceLod very wicedlly by Its uso. It removes falntncsMlatulcncy, do troys all cravlu for stimulants, and relieve weakness oftliertomncli. It cures IHoatlnc.lUadaclios, Nervous rrostratton, (lenernl PiUllty, MtcplcauiCBS, Depression and Intll gobtlon. That feeling; of hearlriffdown, cauiltis pain, weight and backache, Ualieayaiiernianently cured by Its uso, It will at all times and under nit clreumtanees act In harmony with ttolaws that Bovt-rn tho female system. l'orthecuroof Kidney CouiplulnU cf cither leituli Compound Is unsurpassed. I.YI)I j:. I'l.NKII.Ut'rl VEflKTAilT.K COM. IMIU.VIllJ prepared at LU and S3 V.'e.tcrn Avenue, Lynn, Marj. 1'rlcogl, Sir bottle j tor fA Houtbyiusli In tho form of pills, also In tho form of losenees, on receipt ot price, 91 inxbot far cither. Mrs. PJnUiim freelyanswers ail letters of inquiry. Ijcnd for ituiuph let. Addrt-34 as above Mention thlt Jlijier. No family should bo without LYDIA K. I'INKUAM'3 LIVElt J'HJA They cure constipation, biliousness, and torplditr of the liver, a cents per Lor. fcOI.U 1IY All DRUQOISTS, MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM, OF LYIiH, MASS., WIM GREAT GERMAN REMEDY ron RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, C3-OTJO?, SORENESS or tun CHEST, I ll Utn...,rillnl I I P"" MUU'"I i IjlllllllllliL iinnillilllllllimirtH'mmiiii .ill SORE THROAT, QUINSY, SWELLING3 i!tt SPRAINS, FROSTED f GET AND EARS, !ijj!lteuiiinn!ll,, AXV SCAXiSS, i General Ecdilr Pains, TOOTH, EAR ixn HEADACHE, ALL OTHER PIS JkSO ACHES. No l'rcrnratlon tn r srth rqual Sr. jAfrtMOit ss a srr, rttK. iMH.r. ati'l rnrAi-Kttvrusl ll?mul.v A ir.ilrnulW it t!i omraratlnljr IrlltmcmitUy i.f fsX'aNts, nidtrjr rii hi raring ltli jalncsti 1 sii't-livnpstiil t-utiti.u rlcf klnil, inuu-illlXH IN UUI) MMiai.H. SOLE Bf Alt DRUQOISTS AND CIAICRS .i MfOICIIIL A. VOGELER & CO. Itillllwnrr. Mil., V. S.A. Ily tislnrf a llrst-clais roller tlio nr.iln nml root crepi ot tliu farm can lie lii-ri-e l trnin In to fripir cent, i often nn entire crop Is stteil by It. WOOLRIDGE'S PATENT LAM) ROLLER JM 'J'lIM JtKfx'L'. ft Is reeomtiicnilc hy all Mho liar used It It Is the only K,i ler Hint will adjust Itstlf tn uneiiM-n crnund It will turn atwinil lu Its own IitkHi without iiiwue strain upon the Imrsus. It ilrat n easier, does the wor mire tlioro-chly and la hy far rim lies! snt .u-uieal Holler nm 'v. Write for deserlntlv" pwiihltt a- , ,m ntloti thl na pe'. HIKIW.V .1 V.V.lllNIIAI.i: MI'U, s.O..e Klnusl j St., ( Ilium, ,, III. AHo ma tir.icturtrs of Ni-iiiuIiin Tlilmlilu Hkelni, ele. "S? 331 TEH IOWA MUTUAL TORNAUO Insurance Company, OF PES MOINES. HALVSItA Vt.'.VO.V.V. ulsn frr-Ulrnt. (iKOlltllin. WlSIOIII'.ttlm Vtrt-fltMtnt f, M f.ts.xnr, ulio Tieaiutf, i! v. i ykiiii. ,. .. n. uminyiiii.T., it: i: Axujinnv, it, it. atniuirw.s. Insures. property, ImlM'nt.-", their eontents. nnf mala un premises tit ht Inree, etc., ni!lust loss er dxmniru hy High Winds of Any Kind. Aitu irruwinK eropa against mis or uatnaKcny Th Comrnny l niMiaced ) y romp nf tbe best bul m-i n i'n in uiu nuiir, n cuiiirarin nri' niuru C(uii blulo the Inturi'O, miJ lit ln-nnltv ktircr tt.nr. t or lYri d tiy HDy oit.cr cun puny doliiR h wind ai.d Imll I m ni ne m. Kr plans, tormi orctl.cr Information, apply to cur THEO. F. CATCH EL, Sec'y, 204 Fifth Street Pes Moines. Do You Wish To Know? 1 Tin VMM WKII TO KNOW lilxitit Kill' fa hiT i!r, her iwiu-H. Iut liuwi. li'T pn(lu,'(, her luttiiK, iht I'lumiuTt nun i it r imuiig iii-inmitii r 2. DO YOU WISH TO KNOW lit tho woiideitiii elitiiitt'. the no lens wuniliTIU! ,ceuori Ilia charntliuE summer resorts, tlio m.uniniTnt mines aud the inaneluiH vrowlh t-enernlly of t'oloralo. 3. DO YOU WISH TO JtriUW Hiwui s Mi'tli-o, wl.U li l Jtl-I deieiopiima vilin.uu aud u mineral weaith surii.iliiir even Hut of Colon luy 4. DO YOU WISH TO KNOW nt""' Art rou i.Hliiiout iToubt rirlinl nimer.il eomitry lu 'ho Uii'tiil ttates, wlih oilier advantage of ellnutc and -oilf O. DO YOU WISH TO KNOW about Call forma iiiidtlieteitloiMof tliu Ooldcu hloiie, both uonrj audMiuthy , O. DO YOU WISH TO KNOW "not" "'a Mexico and its proslieew t 7. DO YOU WISH TO KNOW how to reach ttieiw tunes and Territories eally aud quickly I if Itteit tire trie Wiingi you mm to Aiioie, im Carol). I'. T. A. !. S. ll,i:i:l. A., T. & 8. K. It- It- Totiokii, Kiinsn. BsJLkT MSJSMMSJVSP TllO llr Pnuah Hvrlln U rtso's Cure for Consumption. It acta quick and It Ustea nood. Iloso nintl,-bottle Inrse, Therefore the cheapest na well ut tho boat. Bold everywhere. joe. ana sji.uu per Dome. u. ...... is t.aia tilf.lt. aim i'Mlinlj naiier. ilcrot'jd lo the 5 Tntoroat m Western Farmers. J il ill oticii for IVi'u huiiigiln inpytir HlW'.l U.m:Vs,H.! and si iJvCISHN I'-MOI MIM'ttNAJ.. 11. V. (ii i:. IMItor. .V l'iii-iiy viiiii-,1,,11. tJiiiixelnihl itud ItuMlU'Ms.Uiiif I I uu I. 'h.'M' i iliu'lile Ili'ni ii.. my rniilut $5, malleil; : v in very new k'iihi:uimt. hit our i.iiy crane ii. -w I, ..ilii-r iriiii , Ainlrt'i-s. i - tt STtll fhf4 .lllllV. I.1SVII. C AGENIS WANTED FOR THE 'ICTORIAJib HISTORYofitibWORU1 Enihrnclrit full and authentlo nccrnnn of cvcr na tion of nnilentauO moJerntlmes, and Includlneu his tory of tl.o rise anil fall of Greek and Itoinan Em. plru, tho middle sees, the crusades. Ho feudal sys inn. tho refoimatlon. tho dlscoery and sfiiliintntol thu New World, etc, etc. It eoutalns 70 tlno hts. torluil enKravlnps, and fs tho most complete History of the World over publlsned. PendforspcclnuupaKei and extra tirms to AKinis. Adnress, National PimusiiiNd Co., Chicago, III. II.I.HHTUATKIl OA.ll 11K. UUI UK. of the best Plowem a d Vesetutilea, with nrlresnf Keods. and how to crow them. TUKU TO Aid.. It tcttl tuty to unit lor if. uiil.r. ,v iiiiiii nun. okciismkn. i-si-i.A, nm. L,t..ILi -Acs Pit. HATlTKn'H Inorf Tomo l iireparatlon of Protoildo or Iron, rcruvian jiarK ana tne rno. pliatea, aasoelalcd Willi tho Vefrctubfo Aronutiri. .Kydumd by the Medical l'rofesslon, and recoin, iuended by tlicin for Iyi llH. leiu rnl llelilllty. IVuinlc J1. hmc.. Want of Vllsil., Ity, Kvrvoua I'roaii.utloii, .'iivnlrrfiire from l'livcr and Cliroulo Clillla MJ Manufaciurcd by THE DR. DARTER MEDICINE The Ladies In ih llnmna QYS H aaWatl U atviV M H M J L-. - ,. - - 1 mlnf.tratlgn from WiUBiKaTOM tothrrenttlaie. Includtumucli ' Fcrstnal and J'rlvata htstnry never beforo liuttliliivl. AddroM IiliADLEVr & CO., 00 N. Pourth Bt l'MUt, , If rou are a maul r man of let. sni1 tiv thestrmln of nr ijiirtnci.wrs ten tolllni' over mU your dutlea avoid Btjrht work, to res- rtlmnlantsanri use Hod Blttori. lore brain nerreand i waste, use i Hop B. If you are yountr and I discretion or dlsslpal Hod or slnirle, old or I sttfrtrlnfr from any tn Hon i If you are mar younir, rarferina- from poor Deaitn or uuiirnisi new, rely on Mo na oi a pea of bick litter. . TriouMnas aie bo whenever you feel I from some mas j o u r j..vim . form of It I ri n ss v ntvos riennnniK, ,-', Inv ne stlmn atlnir. disease that might hare beenpret entsst by a timely utoof wlihoutliirarfsltrp, I tins nop Blttora. nopBiiresrsl ItireyonirVs- frjuia, mnrs or iiKsdrv com- D. U O. If tn btotnt tuid Irrealoti lafnf, disease pi inn irnnHKB, HOP poirrif, diuvui mvrornmvs f Mo tiu r a tar drunkcnnoii r of opium, tobacco, of Vn will he eti red If you use Hop Bitter Tfyoa are sim UIM VAItltlse Roldbrdniir. ply weak and lowspl riled, try 111 lvmny NEVER FAIL tlrcuUr. nor urmii TO CO., nvo your ilfo. It Inn nved hurt dredo. R-HtiMUr, I, T. A Twnttlft, (HI. Battlo Crook, Michigan, itASOTAOTtanKiia or Tno OHtr cimcnrr! THRESHERS, Traction nnd Plain Engines nnd Horso-Powors. Most OamptcloThmhctViu lory Estnhllshea In Iho World. i lUdl fy f VCAnO nfeorttlnvcuiandrieffyntfit ssJ"J IKHliOi.f. slUiout ih.vi-0 j. .ittn". J A. mnnnircincnt, or lotntlon, t" "lot uu . itiisar KTIJAJiri'mVEll t3i:i'.If ATOHH, nn.l Ciiitti'M'io f.'trnni OnttliNt.y ir.;f.s.i.ii((e. iiiici'I'rtieddiilliitineHnii'l I'lrUti tltc-j everfciNMilutfiiiAuHrleaii.t-nl.tt. . , .t inollltmU t)vclnl 'ta'um nfl fu.r'oeimen't f.'r lasl, tnpothcr ultli np tit. qio'til" In roi, ;w. thn nml t. UTlnU Hot i1rul!r,l I'f bv luer tiidliTl. Tour Kirist ol tvi air.lnn-. from O to 111 I: into ITl'Tinn , fur r. 'in i r fn' nr-, Tn-.i et j i f " ..Ii'iinti d " lfer-s'Te-rcr". , I iirim-r nml TlircMiicrincn nro ln1frl to tn; sliirutu thin mritcItU '1 finnbliiK Machinery. Circulars lint tree. Addnaa NICHOLS, 6HEPARD & CO. Brittle, Crock, Mtctilenn mustaneI Survival of the Fittest. IA rASIHT MHDICINR THAT nAS JimLEBl iiiuio.NS vrr.iM 35 vi:ai'.di MIIUnillilT ,V MALM l'OIl EVLKY WOUND 01' 3IAX AND HEASTt THEOLDEST&BESTLIKIMENT KVEIl MADE IV AMERICA. SALES LARGER THAIT EVER. Tlio Mexican Jlnstniiir Liniment linsd Iticen known for moro tliun tlili-ty-flvcN years nn tlio liutt of nil Idiilnients, rurl I .win tin it iseat. jih p.'ui'm in itny arev lnwr iliim cvrr. It cures when nlll others fall, unil pi-netnitca tlcln, tumlnnl nml muscle, to thu very Uuuu, toliifl t:YL'i7ivAit;ru. A Trfiitio on Clironlc DlfcimCH imbraclna Cu tnrrh, Tliro it, Lun-Jt, Heart. Htomaclt. Liver, Kill ncye, Urlnnrvnnd Ft-muW liUcast'ui ulo, Vtet, rent frt-i tn fltir Kilflrni-it. Kvrrv iuffi rcr Irnni thrtn dli. tnecu con cured, fri'nd for lnh Uok to the under vtpm'd, n ptiynlrlim uf largo fip'r(t'iie, rndoritd b liuintri'd of ImclintfcItlzMi who tt'ntify to liln mill, Hend Htnmp to riy roHtauu to C. K. Ltlcpston, JJ, jn ri'.fM nnr wt,. i nit'iio. uniu. One Cent will buy a postal card on which to tend your addrrsa and ri cone free (postage pre piildlalui page nooiion "Tbe LUer, Us JMaeusea und their Trent went," IncludlCB Malarial troubles, Addr sb f)R SAKroKP. laiDmadway. K. Y. a fc. sis ,iur (tli Celt-united SUN SUM CHOP TEft sent liy mull en receipt of t.H.nU i or a SAMIM.K. nt mmo (Ml U-''lpt t t ivntn. Ills lie IISI.ST TKA Iniiirl...! Wnri-nntpl tofiiiltnll fasten. rrtnRtHtaniiitfll,n reieif.-e. The (frent American Tea Co . Ii-porlera. P. O. 1K1X iiiU. HI A !W Vcm-v St,.N. Yl A Ki.lilvo cure. No cut tlliK out. Nu eltlngout Nohumlnitont. No pair. Can be used Py patlemi ai home. V. PATTNH M. .. Mil isliulltinvii, low i. . i (VJPLOYMENT-rr.S.ei'r.g,? VS$!Ut AUo b At. Alt Y permontli. All EXPENSES uavmiced. Alit.s promptly liaiu. ULUAH sV Co. UUO UeurEOfkl sjiuciuii-iss. u SALESMEN A Month and Expense KHIUI IU OKAI4.ll VJaRted JAMES Iluya Llvi s. 4UI r n. Illnslrated-IPrlco 11.50. ITOIIH'C ninnsohlKil. tl.SO. lnnpectueti)c. IllB par. On j. w.Marsn.pj s.ouis Mlii'l.lillls. isuust urv.l lit - ll Ml illl. . .Niipny lill Cured. ii u. j, biKi'iiuN. iA-b.1111111. ca'i- V. N. I). Ilea Moloea. vol Ix no O VVhca wntlni; to uuvertlbem, (ileal, eay you saw tho ndTertlicinent. In tfcl paper. tub BLOOD CO., Ho. 213 North Main Street, St. Louis, eo-iit iiitl' en Paid, from ssliKti hi bit!'. tXu ii au, jrabio i.wJ-v.i'.i: of iMrtw.cli.iif iy, T8ACTI8N ENSSHS? Mill, il, W, IS littVfV 1'0'.VIT. ', U Jl ,fsJW MIMV. !"! ij?taiiBfia9Binirjnrc umm IV. XOBNTS WANTBD for "Tin LsdltO ot Iho WhlU HouM t nf lh Prasldnnla." tho most InterenUUK boclt Oat 1 WAKniNllTQN Tiii'li ever nuhltalicd. A lllltory of ororisW i iMsMHIM HAIina'V.' t 9 -..