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.. .? us IB1 ' I IK B . mnn fiiiTtiriMT 11 I mill I miii- i uu t cuiwtu rrif 1 1 T. I placed III tho wltncs box. Ho Irk n ceil nttlioi U ! Ill IV UVJUllLX i"i "i IH .1 , ItOIIUNn A: WAI.f.lllt, 1'iilillsln-rs. OREGON, ! ! MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In nil Courts nf Missouri, Knn- as, lown mm acunuhn- imn Mime u.v, ami Col1cctlun promptly attended to. I. D. BKKLEll, nr.At.r.ii is rmninTj vmivi nnTTnDQ AVTl PTfUBS ImUluD wiiiDOi uiyuunu nnu wuuuu, FOREST CITV, MO. Bourlion ami Rye Whiskies, nndall Fancy nnd Hot Drinks a specialty. Patronage respectfully solicited. J. T. THATCHER M.D. St OREGON, MISSOUUI. OFFICE At icstdence, two doors north ot J". A. Kecvcs' Store', formerly resilience of Levi Orcn, t jmniNn-rnv. Dec. 1 Gulteau's trial was resumed this inornliigln thcpie'cmcof thciisu- al throng, upon cntcringthP witness nox um tcau desired, be oio resuming tlic evidence, to mnko a pcrscn.il statement, ami addressed him self to tlio atullciicc, sn)lngs "Two weeks ma I rent out an appeal for money. 1 did It on my own account, nnu tnc nay niter ncoyiuo publicly announced that It was without his au thority. 1 again Invito my frktids to send tnc money, In the Interest of the cause of Justice anil lor toy iicicnsc. i ncy can scnu mo uvc, ten or fifteen dollars, or a thousand dollars, If they wish. If they don't want to bo known, tliev can send without name to Scovlllc." Judge Porter then iK-gan u rapid lire or inter- mirations, r-llrltliu? from the prisoner. In his several replies, that phi stcally he was n coward ami Hl ays Kept away ironi personal tiangcr. Morally lit' was tiravc ns a lion when bethought tho Deltv wn back of him. In Ms opinion the doctoYs killed the president. The nets of .Tones ami .Mason, in attempting in khi nun, were wronjr, and tliey ought to lie punished, unlcs they were Inspired by tho Deity. Witness soon showcl slims of Impat'cncc, and excitedly strlk Inn bl open bond upon the desk, emphasized every scntenco be uttered. When pressed for answers lie finally became obst'nate, nnd shout ed toJitdjre Porter! "I know jnu well, and I l-nnu- 1iltrf..l- tiipn tlintl V 11 llfp. t'Vll rill t'Oll shake your linger atwitnessesln New York, but you eatri score inc." witness iiecuneii 10 co uiio ine noaruin bouses, as It bad tin bearing on the enre. He supposed bo owed IIM tovarlous landladies nnd and sometime or other be expected to pay them. Judgo Cot directed him to answer the n,ue tlons. The witness was rculllv dlrvcn from one po sition lo another until eouf route 1 with the evl Dr. Wm. Wi floddlwr, of tho flovcnimcnt nair n ir.nmpiit. mid ilmni.nl, ! 1 iWlriv ' Asylum for tbo Insane at Wniblnirton. thounht JitdRtf Porter, lo state to 3 oti and your lionora-' that If tho theory put forth lu the hyp thctical A. II. JAMISON ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting ffi'tS'KtSttX ftijviii, iincuia voinmuniiy uooK wnucn uy ionn 11. Mnttvti elTV mo woyes. ureal simiiaruy 01 iucn nnu wen Will practlco In all tbo Court of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Backers and Brokers, 'OREGON. MO. Loan Moncr, Buy Notts, Draw Drafts on all nrinrlt.nl rltlps". and Collect ons promptly made. i'av Taxes for non-residents; Loans negotiated on'real tstate,nndlnyetmcnls made on favora bleterm. Interest nllowcd on Time Deposits. CIIAS. W. THOMAS, OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO. Collections made, Depositions taken, Convey nciop; done, Legal Information jilvcn and Gen eral Laia auu iaw Dusuich. uncuuvu w B. F. O'FALLON. LEIGH IRVINE. ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will nmMI In nil courts of MIssonrl. Collections, and nil mannerof legalbuslncw will rppAlri niir tirnmtit utteutton. E-Olllce north tide of Court House, over tuuue s urup; oiore. B. I. REA, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Public and Real Estate Agent, MAlTlfAND, MO. Will attend to nil legal business Intrusted to tils care In all the Courts of Northwest Missouri. Has for sale a large number of choice business ots. CLA11K PHILBilICK, FASHIONABLE untuu.-i, M1SSUUU1. 'West Side Public 8quare. Respectfully Invites xno patronage 01 tuose uaving anytmng in me Barber, Halr-Cuttlngor Shjmp&onlng Line. L.B.KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MO. Will practice In all Courts. Real Estato busi ness and Collections promptly attended to. tltv of expression was very apparent nil through ;the witness struggled dcsperatelv to ex plain away his pilpablc p1agtarlin. A Icitcr ad dressed by Gulleau to the Onclda Community was men remi in wnicii tnc wrner eoniesteu iub love for nnd subjection toilobn II. Notes and the Oneida Communlly. Several of the letters writ ten by Oulteau nbnut the time In- left the Onei da Communltvwerc then placcdlu evidence and lilcntuicj oy uuitcnu ami renu. witness was incn dskcu, "arc you insane at nil I' and replied: I'm not nn expert. Let these experts and the jury decldo that." Doing prpsscd for bis opinion, wlti,ess ilccllned to answer. Oulteau insisteu in spue 01 wanuugs in niamng ins ex planations ns the reading progrescd. The cross-examination was continued at great lcngtli, after which Scovlllc proct cded with the redirect examination nnd the prisoner said : "I have been Just ns clear ns to the di vinity of the net nnd the necessity of ic lor me goon 01 me people since tnc first of .lune, ns a man can lio on anything." When tho examination of the prisoner closed be w as conducted, looklugcomnletelv w orn out. from the stand to his regular sent beside bis counsel. Scovlllo then called Dr. Alexander lull of Columbus. Ohio, who testified to seeing the prisoner thero some three or four years ago. 1 lie prisoner was men cngageu 111 attempting toflx a d'iy when he received his alleged "In splrntlon" to remove the President, nnd liultcau finally shrieked out, "To remove all this loose talk. I want you to know that I would have removed the President at nny time lictwcen tho middle of June and the Sd of July It I bad found tho opportunity. I would have done It for the comi of the Amcrlcnn pconle." Oulteau was permitted to Indulge his passion for talk ing upon the pending political situation at the time of the shooting, until speaking of tho President's Incratlttide to Grant and Conkllne. ho was led by Judge Porter to admit that "in gratitude Is tho basct of crimes." juogo rortcr atop incic. nat would you nave thought or your act in killing the l'resl ueni nan no given you tnc runs (jousuisnip in stead of havlnc rclused ltl uuitcau nau previously said mat tiarueiil was his (prisoner's) warm, personal nnd Political friend. That no personal motives whatever were involved in 111s act, ana leanng, evidently, uiai some imp was Dcing eci inr mm, no Hesi tated n moment, and t hen with great emphasis : "1 want to lust fasten you solid, rlcht here. I would not have taken the Paris Consulship H. TEBBS ALKIRE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In all tho Courts of MIssoT: i. Real Estato and Collection buslnss promptly attended to. Office over Schulte Bros. Store. E. J. KELLOGG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CRAIG, MO. Will practice in nil the Courts of Missouri. Real Estate and Collecting business promptly attended to. NATIONAL HOTEL, FOREST CITY, MO. Our entire bulldlnz Is newly furnished throughout; our location Is central, our rates are low, our accommodations-including Sample Rooms, are unsurpateed, and we respectfully solicit a Rberal patronage t-om the traveling public. B. B. FOSTER & BRO., Proprietors. after the first of Juue If I had been appointed to It, nnd tho President and Secretary Blaine had both bescached on thtlr knees to take It. I bad at that time resolved to remove tho President, for the good of tho Amerlcau people," After tho recess Gultcau resumed tho stand, looking very bagard and worn. Tho cross-examination, however, continued as before the recess. Guttcau said ho hid no special purpose In uslne some flatterluir words to Blaine. "I simply made the suggestion to him that In case be assisted me In getting tho Paris consulship I should fed bound, In case hi was a candidate at the National convention, to assist him. That Is tho way they do In polities, Judge. I under stand that Is the way politicians get on you tickle me, I tickle you." Q. Did you write President Garfield a letter marked "private," In which you said "I lutend to express my sympathy for you on account of tho pressure that has tieen on you since you cuiuu lu mia cill 1 A". Yes. I Mrrotelthat letter. Mv Idonwnh Just this, to express my personal reeard for Garfield on account of the pressuro oil him for oiuce, ami tiiai is wiiat l meant ny saying I i-f considered him my personal frleud I symoa iinu nnu nny 1 resiiieni who 11ns tins norc NORTHWEST NORMAL SCHOOL, OREGON, MO. lint Term begins Sept. 13, 1881, Becnnil Tei 111 beslm Nov. 31, 1HR1, Third Term liecliiH Fen. q. 1888, Fourth Trrin livgtn April 17, 1888, Mumon, ).uu per terra ot ten weens. Course of study thorough and practical. Boardlm In family t'J.OO to (3.50 per week, For further Information address, C. L. EBAUGH, Principal & BANK, FOREST CITY, - - - MISSOURI TTIRANSACTS a ceneral banklnir business. X Sells exchange 011 the chief cities ot the United States and Europe. Allows Interest on deposits when left a specified Urns. Collections receive careiui attention. D. B. FRAZER, GEO. WEBER, Pkksiuekt. Cismr,T FOR SALE. office seekers at his throat. At the time thoso letters were wrltlen I had not tho slightest conception of removing thu President. If you want to bring those letters against mo that were written ai a nmo wuen 1 had not the (llslitcst conception 01 remov 112 the Presl dent, then you aro trying to do what you cannot do. (Banging tho railing violently.) Prisoner being asked bow many times hn met Cotikllngon tho street, answered, "I met him oncoon the street. 110 was exceedingly cordial, He bowed and said. 'How do von do. Sir. G11I. teau.' I was on good terms with all thoso men durlncr March and Anrll." Porter (slowly and with great deliberation) rnsoncr iiniorrupimg) u, don't look so fierce at me, I don't care a snap of my lingers for you. Put yoar questions in aouiet way and I will Porter Did Senator Conkllng ever promise in Buiijiuri, uurmnncunoii lortuo raris consul' snipi Prisoner Mv expectation about tie Paris Consulship was that I could get It through my personal Influence with tho President, Bliilno and Logan, and that when my nomination went iu inu ounuie, oiiHiuig aim uiai son 01 men would see It through. But I don't think It neccsary. 1 went over It all yesterday, and I uecuiio 10 uiscuss jurtuer. There's 110 uso wasting the time of this bonorahlo court upon It again, and If you do not know tho facts about It you had better read this morning's pa pers and you will find them. Tho prisoner was asked about the Inspiration of his Buggeslion to Garfield that ho would suc ceed himself In 181. Ho rcnllad In a resolute tones "I decline to discuss this matter any further. You have gone over It two or three times and I decline to discuss It any more, If your Idea were correct about my having mnllco In the matter, Ulalno was tho man for mo to have shot. What posslblo 111 will could I have had against Qarlleiai Blalno was the maolfor me to nave snot according to your theory. My getting or not getting an oflbe had t otlilng to do with H. It only shows how absurd your theory is. If Garfield had paid respect to these letters it would have been all right ; but what did he dol Ho went and sold himself, soul and body, to Blaine. Ho did notannreciatetliBsentl. incuts and kindness of those letters, but threw himself Into BUlue'g hands and allowed Blaine 1110 use 01 1110 rresmency to destroy Conkllng uim uiuui, O. Did VOU SUV tl Prpalilnnf flarOn!,! 41,t ho would not have peaco until ho got rid of Blaine. A. Yes, and that was tho way tho stalwart alld liberal PaDerg all over t hn rntmlm tpll.1 Toat was tho way Washington Republicans and uuw.aui, nun iuui, Hum iu people laiKca. Porter Did you say Blaine was a maul ' 1 Yes, liecauso bo was usclng President Garfield Tfiju nam uijuu mi 1 Kinn mnn niir. n wpnir nii. itMn.t nnvllAl,l 4... 4 1., w , i.uttiviu jaBb iMjiu uiiiineii. umiv wrm lllfilnn OM.ofr nA! 1 Vi a " nuo nuaiuuiiumi urulll' BOTH IMmOVED AND UNlMmOVED REAL ESTATE. bio court that 1 tlecllno to answer nnv moro que- tlntis which aro men- repetition of what we hao already been over. .Itidco Purler lininidlnlely resumed tho cross cxuin nation with ti oquc'tlon. "Was 0110 of your purposes In removing tho President to create n demand for your book.!-' . Answer Yes, sir; with the modification that It was to preach the gospel. Mt11tss soon become excltfd, nnd, gesticu lating wildly, Insisted upon his inspiration and that tho Lord had selected him to do tho work. He was no fool. Tho Lord never selects fools to do his work. He had luplrcd hhn to remove Garfield nnd left hltu (witness) to use his own Judgment In tho (election of tho means. Con tinuing cxcll'dly, "And the Lord has taken carp of me. I would have either been shot or hung." Judge Porter And did you not expect to bol Ans. I decline to discuss the matter with von. Idld not havo nny thought on the subject. 1 Mt it to tho Deity. Tho witness repeatedly refused to answer the question, o- ns ho termed It lo discuss tho mat ter' under Inquiry, At ono time ho appealed to the court for prolcrtlou against tbo maimci of the crooA examination. Judge Porter said! "I have not nttcmpted to form n lenlv from you. Mr. Guttoall! If you will allow tho'Jury to iimlcistnml you refuse to answer, It will suit my purjose Just ns well." Tlio witness at once turmil to Jtlilge rortor nnd Inoulrcd. "Well, what was your oucstloii. Judge!" The witness was then nskcil If his entering Onrlda Community was nn Inspiration. It his leaving it was an inspiration, nnu ticnincu 10 discuss the subject. Jiidne Porlcr then pro duced Gutteau's liook "Truth" which thowlt- nissnaii ciauncu wna in- rcsun 01 n direct 111 ilcnec of his own witnesses when he would un hesitatingly pronounce their evidence fnle. once cmrhal7.eii his remarks ny saving, "any thing I swear to Judge, Is true, you con put that down as a fixed fact." Being presstd as to bow ho propond to raise funds which bo said he was expcctlngtorccclve.thc witness replied: "I Intend to borrow It from some of my friends," and added, "I will tell you, Judge, how I borrow money. It may bo of lervlco to j 011 when you want to borrow for yourself. 1 don't He nor sn"ak, but to rlcht up to a man ami nsk inm lor what 1 want." The wltnes was cloiclv nuestloncd about tho purchase of the pistol and asked why he boueht one with an iron-handle Instead ot n nlnlti one. he replied, "BecauscI thoughtlt worth a dollar more." Judco Porter Did you not say It would look better in the Patent Office? Itncs admitted be inlcht bave believed or thought thcplstel would some tlmo be placed In the State Department. Shortly afterward Gulleau became very Indignant nt Judge For tcr's use of the word "murder," nnd shouted fiercely, "You sceinto delight In the uso of tho words 'kill' and 'murder.' Thero Is no use In your whining that way. Tbo were outwnrd fact of now I removed the President has nothing whatever to do with ths cat 0." Gniteau's shrewdness In dctcctlm? end anticipating any point which might bo mado ugatnst him was n marked feature of the Inves tigation. Judce Porter pressed him very closely to lecturo on theology and to sell Inspired volume of his own authorship, and which be said was one of the finest literary productions that ever cmnnantcd from an Inspired pen. "I am sorry to contradict you," Interposed the prisoner, "b it I never said so." Witness had several conversations with him. Was under tho Impression, which hn expressed to his friends at the time, that prisoner was a lunntlc. Scovlllc called Emory A. Btorrs, Charles B. Farwcll and other witnesses, but as no one re sponded court adjourned. Washington, Dee. 3. Tho Interest In tho Guttcau case Is unabated. Afler the examina tion of two Important witnesses, Emory A. Storrs, of Chicago, was placed on the stand. Ho had seen prisoner sev ral times at the Ke pu oilcan Committee roonm during tho cam paign. His Impression was that Oulteau had an Illy-balanced mind. Upon cross-cxamlua- tiou Storrs said ho never saw nuythlng In Gul tcau to Indicate he could not ulstlnmilsh be tween ncui ami wronir, or in.it no uiu not Know tho dlfferenco between guilt or Innocence, or that ho would not be responsible for crime. ocoYiuo noteu several exceptions to mo rul ings of Judge Cox In favor of the admission of thee" icplles. Tbo cvldcuco created quite n stir In t tic court room and seemed to stagger hoso about tho defense table. The sister of tho prisoner was particularly affected and in tones distinctly caught by reporters said, "Ho has perjured lilmsclf. that In all there is about It juiwara muicis testiucd ne tnougut uuiteau crazy. Scovlllc mado a sensation by summoning David uavis, cpeaKer itanuau, auu (senator uayanl, none of whom responded, nllhoutih thev had uccu suuptcnacil. Bcoville theu read a number of newspaper slips found on tho prisoner at tbo tlmo ot bis capture. Oulteau Interrupted, say ing thrro were a hundred of them when he was arretted, which ho tooK from Stalwart, Liberal anu iiau-nreeu papers wncnever he saw any thing confirming Ills lnsnlratlon. Whllo Scovlllo was reading the clippings a 6tlr became noticablo about tho door leading to the wltness-st ind, and in a moment Senator mvis was seen going toward the witness stand. Too reading ccasrd. Senator Davis was sworn. and Scovlllo proceeded to put questions to him 111 political pnuosopny. 1110 juugowns non commmlttal on evervtfilns. and continually de murred to this line of proceeding. Judge Davis was excused after a few moments, and for a minute occupied a scat on the bench with Judge Cox, where ho studied tho prisoner's counte nance for somo time and then left tho court ro un, Jlallev. tho v str ct Attorney's stenoz. rapher, was put upon tho stand, anu Gut teau at once becamo excited. Ho chanted the witness with coming to him as a New York Herald le porter, and tllclnE him Into nil nteiv uw notes ot which wero used by tbo District Attor- nuj. iimirj unci lvuru iiiuuu up me rcpori irom bis notes for the New York Herald, and Guttcau wanted to know wlut he received for It. It was finally brought out that Kuiley had been given f.juu. Tho prisoner was worked up considerably, ami ho contradicted and accused him of perpe trating a fraud upon blm. When an extract from one of tho papers was read, referring to tho reported bargaining ot John Davenport In New York, concerning tho Marjhalshlp, Gultcau saldi "That shows how weak Garfield was and how determined hXi was to crush tho stalwarts. Bailey denied emphatically that ho represent ed himself to Guttcau as a II raid correspond tnt or tricked him In any way. Tho prlfoner read a list ot names of persons he wanted subpoenaed to show the political sit uation of tbo country last snrinir as follows: President Arthur, Gen ral Gram. ex-Senators Conkllng anitPlatt, Messrs, Jewell, Robcitson and Dorsey, and Senators Jones and Logan, ami aiso ucnneit ot 1110 iioviwi, kciu, 01 me Tribune, Jones of the Timrs, Dana ot the Sun, and Hurlburi of tho World, Graham of tho Washington JtnmUlcau, Uutchlns of the Washington rout, and Win. Penn Nlxou of tho Chleaco Inter-Octun. No attention was nald to we rcqucBt. ocovine bwu ue uau issued a suo- question was true, tho prisoner Is undoubtedly insane. Dr. James II. Mcllrldc, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Dr. dimming, of Brooklyn, Mass., held thu samo opinion. Unltcnu (excitedly) "Nothing of that kind In this case;" and angrily toDavldgc, "You aro going too fast In this matter; wo wnnt facts, not your Judgement. Witness has slnted 0110 thing right. The Lord Injects the spirit tnto and then lets mnn use his own ludrement to work It out. That Is Just my ca6c. That Is tho way 1 tret tnv Inspiration." DavlYlge then put a hypothetical case, using a term like "a common, vulgar criminal." Guttcau turned toDavldgo nnd with lmmcno THE XLVJUh CONOitES superiority saldl "Thero Is nothing vulgar about this caso; It's all blgh-toncd." (Laugh ter.) Ho was quickly suppressed by tbo court. Guttcau suddenly Interrupted the examination, and despite Scovllle's efforts to restrain hhn, brokoout Ina severe denunciation of his late wife, and saying ho had Just noticed a discourse from her which was full of misstatements, nnd that if she camolnto court to testify against him he would show her up. He railed for somo minutes but flnallyqulctcd down. Witness was about to bcillsmlF'ecl when Gul tcau dctatm d t im -Jul said Willi an air of great scrloiisuesi: "Doctor, I want to ask you, who, c herldltary nimbus of tho brain exists wont a man show It wherever there Iscausel" Wltucs responded In the alllrmativc. "Hint will do," sn'd Gultcau, with the ntr of a lawyer who had ecided n point. Richard lllnton, editor of tho Washington Gaz'tte, hail seen the prisoner nt tho Republican headquarters 111 lnrKnmiiormcii tnc opin ion that he was exceedingly Illy balanced and egotistical. Witness was asked what ho thought of the speech, "Gaifleld vs. Hancock," and re plied that ho thought It a ridiculous and dis jointed niralr. Oulteau was murh Incensed nnd shouted out, "Well, It wasn't anything of the kind. You don't know what you're talking about. My speech received the endorsement of tho best men of tho country." Witness said the prisoner seemed a perfect nuisance about the rooms Gultcau retorted! "You wero auulsaucc yourself) I'd rather be hung as a man than acquitted as a fool, nnd I won't have any morn of this kind of evidence." Witness said: "He was a laughing stock as far as he could see." Oulteau became enraged, and turned to Sco vlllo and said : "If you put any moro of those cranky fellows on tbo stand, I'll squaro you again. It was a great ptcco of Impertinence on your part to put Judgo Davis on the stand without consulting inc. I'm no fool, nnd won't auow you to make me out one." nr. cnaries 11. iNicnuias, 01 tnc nioomingtoii asylum, lepllcd to tho hypothetical qucstfou proposed by Seovlllc! "If tho cvliunca to which 1 havo listened Is correct,! should say that tho prlsonir Is Insane." Dr. I-olsom thought thnt If the hypothetical proposition put by Scovlllo was correct In all particulars, the prlfoner was insane when ho shot the Provident. Dr. Theodore Fisher, of Boston, would dislike to be confined to the statement of the facts con tained in the hypothetical question, but If com pelled to answer, ho would say that he should judge the prisoner to ho Insane. Witness was Informed by the prosecution that (hey would want him as a wltnes;. scovlllo announced that be bad no more wit nesses prctcnt and would Introduce but two or threo more before closing tho case. uulteatt interrupting, demanded subpcem.s for General Grant. Senator Conkllng. Jewell and others. Tho prisoner not bclni' sunnressed. then delivered an Incoherent harangue whllo ins counsel smueu approvingly as 1110 ign satis fied he was Influencing the lurv. He was finally slleuccd by tho court, and Scovlllo read from the "iTUtu" until me hour or adjournment. TlioDlrds Must Live. Somo very knowing people must think, judging from their expressed opinions, that birds, animals, etc., can live without food. 15 ut they arc mis taken. Every bird eats enough to sustain itself, if it lives at all. Every tlclan soul, to Blulno. ; At prices ranging from I3.B0 to (35.00 per acre. Borne ot the finest laud lu Northwest Missouri, lu both large and small tracts. Desirable town property In all the towns ot Holt county. Also, a few fino farms In Kansas. Parties desiring to either sell or buy land, will find It to their in terest to address me at once, as I am constantly having calls for all erodes ot lends, and can ault ell purchasers whomsoever. Address, H. TEBBS ALKIRE, Attomoy-et-Law, Oregon, Mo. himself said In bis letter denouncing Garfield. lortcr ilia you say yesterday that you did not dcslro the removal of Secretary Blalnel Prisoner I did llOt. nnil von pnnnnt dm! it In the 1 record. I Insist now nwon your finding it In thu record. I want to fasuu something on vnii. I nm na rv.-.-.. 1 a '11 a u lima ns yuu lire. Vortcr I kunw vnn n.it.t.-.?. think ek!?UgUlnglyYc8 au'd the PubUc wIU lorter Wna vnni- mnti ,i.n Blaine's resignation beeauso bo had sa.d to you j fiiiwiuiK. never 10 snenic to him again on the Paris consulship, Pr sonj-r (exfitcdly)-I told you that had nothing to do W til It. ' T wnnttn ram (l.nf I!,. you, a uu put it down deep, (Uud.t r) . Iam talking now about national iKilltlcs, and not about the office, and If you would try to get ,im uiuiun iu Miui vuui, in, it would ud pctier. I am not adlsappoliittd office. After further cross-examination, the prisoner complained of being fatigued, saying ho was not used to speaking fivo hours at a time, and the court adjourned. Washtnoton. Dee. 8.' ItamedlateW nnnn tlm opening of the Criminal Court Gmteau was pa-nn tor President Arthur, but did not caro to have him summoned until ho had Been him In person. Scovlllo wanted Bailey's notes, but they had been destroyed. After. Scovlllo resumed tho reading 01 1110 cuppings, ana lucro ucing no other witnesses, tho court adjourned. Wamhnijton, Dec 6. At Gulteau's trial to day, Speaker Randall appeared, but said h't could not understand why bo was subpa-naed. Scovlllo will, this afternoon, call on the Pres ident and try to get his assent to appear. Oul teau nays 110 uau several interviews witu Ar thur, and It Is known that ho has written tho President several letters, which the dotenso waut to have go on record. Gultcau was uauiually scared, and bgged thu olllcers to take him Into court to-day by tho back entrance, and with trembling and limping uau no Buuiueu iiirouitu iuo nuitry cruwu, ao- Jcct tear depleted on Ids face, and did not re gain nis composure ior several minutes, Bcovllle told Randall he only desired his ODlnlon as to whether tho Democratic nartv could not havo disrupted tho country, Inasmuch ai Davis had spoken on that point. Ho excused Randall till Wcducsday. Oulteau said bo wanted some of the experts to decide whether It was lusano to be Impelled bv tho Deltv to an lusano act. Dr. Keunon, managing editor ot tho Chicago Medical Uovlciv, testified that he Uollevo.t the prisoner insane, iuo prosecution cxumiucu blm at lcnirtb. DavldfreMiavlnir stated that John W. Gult6au IiadBWonipiSltlvely that tbo prisoner's father was sane, Uulteau saldi "Wo will show by all Frecport that he was Insane. Everybody kno ws he was badly cranked fin religion, thongh a u-nod mnii." Witness believed In moral insan ity In certain rare casot rendering a man lire ejionslble. Ho based Gulteau's insanity on nn hereditary taint, impairment of Judgment, and Inspiration, which also Included motive. Of course when a man committed' a crime under a delusion, and then acted precisely as a crimi nal would do, it would be presumption to bring evidence of lusnnlty, Dr. Samuel Worcester, of Salem, Mass., de clined to express an oplulou uutll tho counsel explained moro definitely his meaning of tho term "inspirational." uuiieua lunpavicunv; "u)t iii i'i'"' bird that comes among us in tho spring to spend tho six months with us gets its board, of some kind,from our fields, gardens, etc. They aro all moro or less injurious and all moro or less beneficial, and tho latter under all circumstances, fully 'or moro than com pensate for the former. What they particularly do in the 0110 case or the other is not always npparent, Tho crow has always been denounced bitter ly and' killed, a bounty- oven being sometimes paid for its head; yet wo bclievo it is of real valuo in tho end. Tho blackbird (gracklo) is especially disliked, but tho hostility to it is no better founded than against the crow and many other birds. Last fall wo saw at least sovonty-fivo of theso birds in a grass plot of ground of not over halt an aero, passing slowly over it devouring insects by the thousands From its location and tho shortness of grass, which had been pastured, tho insects had gathered there in myriads, ns could be seen from their disturbance by tho steady progress of tho feeders. Tho young of thoso birds, which wero at this timo fully on tho wing, had been hatched and were then roosting on tho promises of two or three gcntlu nion nearly a mile off, whore all birds aro protected against gunners or other wise, and wo have yet to hear for the first time that they desiro to gct rid of their guests. On a visit once to tho residence of ono of theso gentlemen, while sitting upon his piazza towards ovcning,we saw no less than fivo wild young rabbits running fearlessly over tho lawn. Knowing that thoy would tmaw young trees when the snow interfered with gotting thoir necessary supply of food, wo inquired whether thoy wore not destructive at such times. "Not at all," was tho response. ''Ihrougliout tho winter thoy aro regularly fed offal vege tables and hay; and. in November and .December, when they become fat, most ot them aro trapped and consumed. Tho robins,catbirds, etc, devoured 0. considerable proportion of thoir straw berries, ehorrics, grapes, oto., and tho several varieties of sparrows cat somo seeds, in season,but thoy wero regarded as friends rathor than enemies. Observ ing farmers, and otheis of cxporionco, who pay propor attention to theso things, seldom differ in opinion. Germantown Telegrajrfi. SENATK. Wamiinoton, Monday, Dec. fi.-Sena(or Davis called the Pcnate to order at noon. The cre dentials of Senator elect Windom were pre sented and he was qualified. Resolutions for committees ot notification to the Housoand the resident, of the organization of tho Senate, were adopted. The following among other bills were Introduced t By Garland for tho appoint ment of a commission to Investigate the ques tion of tariff and reventio laws; by Heck, for retiring the trado dollars, nnd recoinlng them Into standard sliver dollars; by Miller, of Cali fornia, to enforce tho treaty stipulations rclatlvo to tho Chinese; by Conger, to promote tho effi ciency of tho life saving service; by Windom, to Incorporate tho Garfield Memorial Hospital; by Logan, to place Gen. U. S. Grant on the retired list of the army. A number of petitions wero presented against discriminations In railroad rates. Ferry submitted a resolution Instructing the Committee 011 Patents to consider nnd rciiorf, by bill or otherwise, such legislation ns Bhnll ellectually (irotcct Innocent purchasers and users of nny pateut nrtlelo from payment or obligation to pay any royalty for such pun hnso or uso of any patented article abandoned to the public or general mo by the Inventor or patentee thereof, or from the payment of nny royalty for such purchnso unless clntin there for shall formally bo made or presented by the Inventor or patcutco to tho purchaser or user of tho samo within two years after such jmr chofo of first uso of tho device or nrtlelo is claimed to h'vo been patented. Ferry asked present consideration of tho same, but tbo resolution was laid over ono day under tho rule. Edmunds offered n resolution to continue, the committees ns they existed last session. Pugh moved nn amend ment, authorizing tho present Sennto to decldo whether the committees shall be equally or oth erwise divided among tho two political parties. L.31U over, anu iuo ccunio aujoarncu. HOUSE. The House assembling In tho first regular session of tho Forty-seventh Congrcs drew a full number i-f visitors. At noon Clfrk Adams called tho body to order and aiiinouticeil 1.1. 0 op nlng of Ihc session aud called tho roll 200 present, the hbsentccs being More)', Scales, Mills nnd Dcnsler. Nomlnatlo s for Speaker being In order, Jvclfer was put In nomination bv Robeson, Randall by House, ni.d Ford by .Mnrcn. uttrrows, (,.iicn Jioiman, jicwok, nnd Ladd, were appointed le'lcrs. Whole num ber of voles 2i5; nece-sarv to a choice 1-13. For Keif er. 1-18 ! Randall 12'Ji Ford. 8. Those voting for Ford wero Urumm, Burrows of Mis souri, jiazcume, oones 01 1 exits, juidd, .mos grave, March, and Rice of Missouri. Nonopf the candidates voted. Fulkerson nud Paul of Virginia, read luster, voted for Ki-lfer. Tlin result having been announced, Kelfer was es corted to tho Speaker's chair by Randall nnd Hlscock, nnd took tho oath of olllcc, which was administered by Kelly of Pennsylvania, as tho Ohio 1 nicniucr 111 ihjiui 01 service. 'I he work of Bwcarlntr In the members was commenced, hut-Alabama being the first state culled, Jones of Texas, objected to tho oath being given to Joseph Wheeler of Alabama, nud iisM-u uiai no oo coinpeueu to stand aside. Randall asked his reasons for this action. Tho Speaker, stated that the matter would bo postponed until after the other members wero sworn. Randall contended that thogentlcmau could not bo compelled to stand aside, but ho might do so If he desired. It was decided that Wheeler should stand asldo until tho members 10 wuom moro was no objection wero sworn. . Springer oMcct to tho swearing In of Cutts, of Iowa. Vau Voorhces of rciv lork, Toklng ot Louisiana, uiiu jiuui ui leiiicssec, in n uramatio man ner which caused a good deal of laughter. objected to Cbalmerc, of Mississippi. That gci.tlcman 6tood aside. Objections were fur ther mado to qualifying Wadsworth and Van Voorhces, of New York, Dibble, of South Caro lina, ami iiioore, 01 icnucsce. Alter swearing tho unobjectionable members tho caso of Wheeler was taken un. but as lie had n prima facia right to a scat, thero was no strenuous objection made, nud ho was nllowcd to quality, ah oujeciioiis wcrewitniirnwn except as agains: Chalmvrs nnd Dibble, and the nu-nibern sworn Mooro offered a resolution referring Chal mers caso to the Committee on F.lcctious when appointed, hut on motion of Townscnd. of Illi nois, the resolution was tabled aud Chalmers was sworn. 1110 oath of olllce was also admln Ittcrcd to Dibble, niidSpcakcrKclfcrnnnounei.il tho roll completed. All tho Rcpubllcnn caucus nominees were then elected and sworn by Chaplain Powers. By a special vote Hlscock, Orth and Reggun wero appolntad u committee to wan upcu me rresiuent. Speaker Kelfer addressed tho House as fol lows; OmVtmtn of the House of I'cnrtmitatlvr: thank you heartily for tho dUtlngulshed honor, I Will ussumo the powers of this Iilrrli ollli-uwltli. I trust, due dlflhuciico and distrust of 111 v own ability to meet them acceptably to you nnd the whole country. I believe you, ns a Ixnly nnd ns uiuiviuu is, win give mo a neniiy support. 1 promise to devoto myself faithfully nud assidu ously to tho work before me. I Invoke yours and the country's charitable Judgment on all my official acts. I will strivo to be Just to all regardless of party or section. Where party principle la involved I will be found to bo u Republican, but In all other respects I hope to be able to act free from party bias. It is a singular fact tnat at this most prosperous time of our Nation's history no party In either branch of Congress has an absolute majority, and it Is therefore peculiarly fortunate that ai no other time slncoand for many years prior to the accession of Abraham Lincoln to tho exec utive chair has thero been so few unsettled vital questions of a National character In relation to which the party Hues have been closely drawn. Tho national Piospcrltv Is In advance of uuv other period In the history of our government. Violence of party splilt has subsided In n great measure nnd many of tho reasons for Its existence aro gone, while tho uulverpal tendency of tho pco plots to sustain and continue tit build un thu unparalleled Prosperity. It f-honld he our high est aim tt iiennatiently promote nud not cripple It. This Congress should be, aud I profoundly hope It will bo marked peculiarly ns a business Congress. It may bo that additional law aro necesary to give to every citizen complete protection 111 the cxerclsu ot all polit ical rights. W Itli evenly balanced wrty power with few grounds for party strife, aL with no Impending Presidential election to detract us from purely legislative duties. I ventuv to sug gest that the present is an auspIcIouMtlme to enact laws to guard against a recurrent ot tho dangers to our Institutions, nnd to lnsKe tran nullity nt perilous tlmci In the tutute.vAgaln iiimiKiiig you ior me nor.or, 1 am icaiiy 10 ijko Lapham, Bayard nnd Morgan to prepare a me morial on the death ot President Garfield- referral. Several Private bills were Introduced. and also the following! B) Logan, for thecrec- tiou 01 public buildings at ijuincy, jii.; or in Kitllsto enable the piople of New Mexico to form a constitution end stato government, end for admission Into tho Union; by Allison, au thorizing tho Postmaster-General to com pensate the Chicago, BurMngton ' A Qulr.cy R. R. for facilitating overland malls under agreement, bv Plumb, inaklns trado collars legs' tender for their nominal value for alt dutlos public and private, except when other wise expressly stipulated on contract; also to provide for the allotment of lands In severally to the united Peorlas and Mlamls, of Indian TcrrItor ; by Call, prantlngpenslous to soldiers of thu Mexican, Creek, Seminole and Block JiawK wars, xuis was reported lavorably irom the 8cnnte Committee on Pensions last session. After somo other unimportant business the Senate adjourned. Cftttlc-rccdlns Experiment. In tho spring of 18S0 eight yom g Rteors wero purchased for tho experi mental farm of tho Illinois Industrial University. Two wero full-blooded Ayrhiro, two Ecvcn-eights Devon, two one-half Hereford tho dams being mmon" cows ono a full-blooded and ono about thrco quarters Short horn. They wore in ordinary condition, tho younger Hereford nnd the grade Sliort-horn being, in best flesh. Thoy wero counted fair specimens of tho dif ferent breeds, oxeopt tho older Hero ford, which was small for his ago, and not of especially good form. It was proposed to comparo tho dif ferent breeds under ordinary treatment, rather than to sccuro largest develop ment. May tho 1, 18S0, ono of each breed numbers 1,2. -land G of table was placed iu jmsturo with other cattlo, until October 1, when they wero turned into a corn-stalk fiold. Tho other four weio kept in a small pasture, which proved quito poor during n part of the sutmndr, having also corn each day. They wero placed with tho others in October, nnu all wero wintered 111 an open yard, with unthrcshed oats, much injured Irom lodging nnd rains, thrcsl ed timothy straw, corn-stalks and a very lttlo corn at the last. 1 rom 31 ay 1 thoy were all on pasture timothy, blue-grass nnd clover with full feed ot Micllcu corn, averaging about 2UU pounds per day for Iho eight head, un til tsoptctuocr 1; alter tuts thoy wero fed new corn in tho ear, about ouc-hulf bushel ench per day. Irom July until cool weather they wero on pasturo only at night, having shelter during tho day m a rather dark shed. Tucro was so vcre drouth both summers, especially in 1831, tho pasturo became very short. The winter was a trying ono on stock exposed to tlio storms and mud. In August ono Ayrslnro steer mot with an accident nnu had to bo killed. November, ! tbo rcuiaining scven wero shipped to the Chicago tut stock show, where they were slaughtered Novem ber VZ. The accompanying table gives tho ages, weights at different times, and re suits of tlio slaughter test. Tho homo weights nro "full weights;" thoso at slaughter nro alter being without lood or water about eighteen hours. A com mittee of butchers examined tho car cass nnd their judgment is given in col uutn "Quality ef Carcass." somo order as tho proportion of "Im proved, blood" in tho different animal,-, Singularly enough, tho carcass pro nounced best haci, relatively, tho light est hind quarters. This steer was tho favorito of almost nil who saw tho cat tlo when nlivo. Tho steer with largest porccntngo of tallow was placed last in merit of carcass; the next to him in tallow wero placed' first nnd second in merit of carcass. Tho gaado Ilerofords had heaviest hides in proportion to livo weight. It is expected to continue nko ex periments. Tho result of ono must not bo nsidercd conclusive G. E. Mouitow. r BulterP You romombor tho story of tho guost who was eating moro butter than biscuit, whllo tho landlady looked on, and lldgotod nnd lilntod until sho fairly wont into a norvous (11. Finally, sho said: "Do you know thnt butter is up to sixty-five oonts a pouudj" Tlio hungry guo3t renohod out nud took what thoro was loft. "Woll," ho drawloil approvingly and roassurlngly, "good buttor is wwtli it. O110 ICxix-rleuce from Mmiv. "I had been sick and miserable ao long and had caused mv husband so much trouble and cxt'Cuse. no one seemed" to kuo. what ailed me. that I was completely disheartened and dis couraged. In this frame ot mind I got a bottle- 01 nop Diners ana ubcu mem unknown 10 my famllv. r soon began to improve and gained co fast that my husband and famllv thought It strange ana unnatural, uui wucit 1 unci mem what had helped me, thoy said "Hurrah for tloa by Deity Into my mludof a thoutht aud Hop Bitters I long muy they prosper, for thoy power Jo'elgii to ro own will aud mind. That 1 havo mado mother well and us happy," The is weal is meant. 1 nave iritxiu a uwra wu. 1 wnuwi-iw. vvwiiw. the proscribed oath, and forthwith fulfill, to the best ot my ability, the dutiol of tho Alice with w bleb you have clothed me. Great Applause, Aujouracu. SENATE. Washington. Tuesday. Dee. 0. The Inor bills were Introduced: Bv Ingalls. Imr the flunking privilege to Mrs. Lu! Garfield: bv Pendleton, to reculato tbeTivl service: also by Pendleton, to prevent extortion from persons iu the public service, andbrUiery ami cocrciuii vy bucii peibuiis, u uiu 11 a torv north of Dakota, and nrovldliil lemnorerv government therefor: by Drown! thu settlement ot accounts with certain rallrl commut es: bv Kel ogg. for the cstaullshm of ocean mall service: also a bill for opening J keeping unobstructed the navigation 01 iiecu er, Louisiana; ny 11. u. uiair, to a uiu idccj lisnmeni ana temporary euppuri 01 cor scuoois uy leuer, 10 esiaoiisu a uoi public education. Various petitions w scuted. and among them, one asking a II rial government for southern Alaska, ail ior the aumissionot uoaoiu as a statu resolutions Introduced was ono by Canni) clarlng that In the opinion ot the Senate It Is expedient t reduce the revenue by abolish! .g the existing Internal revenue taxesiq exrept as Imposed ou n and distilled Uauors. Lsl the taltlo. Beck submitted a rcsolutl; structtng the Judiciary Commltteo to i Into the provisions of tho constitution ai in relation to vacancies that mav occur office of President, and see whether anlJcg' latlon is ncccssar), anu report or otherwise. Maxey Introduced lntlon of similar lmnort. Iuo re: were laid on the table. The Cominltci cntawas Instructed tocoii6idrandrei' legislation necessary to Protect thoow American copyrights against tho lntrod through tho malls, or otherwise, of foreign re prints of works copyrighted lu this country, siherman's resolution to appoint a commltteo 011 the part ot the tfcuate to act In conjunction with iv like committee of tho House to provide means for expressing tho deep sensibility of tho nation upon ino deceased 1 resilient uarnem, and referring them to that part of the Presi dent's message relative thereto, was passed. HOUSE. Haskell offored a resolution declaring Allen 8, Campbell, delegato eleet from Utah, entitled to be sworn en thu prima facia caso. The reso lution was under discussion, and a point ot order was raised against It by Cox, when tbo President's message was received aud tho nues tlon nostnoned. The members proposed to dratv for seats, Tho mcssngo ot tiie President was iiieu rcou. SENATE. Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 7. Tho chair appointed Sherman, Vondlcton, Dawes, gmiues if ou In- Inline II laws ill tro jfVeso- rtuons SUion i ! J j : i i ' : i ' o 3 : : : Name. i,:sQoj d -a " a B n X I ! i ;jj !e : . : -y:izpo c!u'ano2 Si 4 S i-j tic a Weight May 1, I860. ggSSgSgg Wolsht Nov. 1,1880. ggggg Weight May 1. 1831, 3g Weight Nov. 4, 1881, jglggflS Weight nt slaughtet i fj !3 B S H 1 Weight or dreieeil .RUfcasaS COrcauc. jl-iioal-waa Per cent, of carcase : g 8 S !? S !2 3 to live weight. :S-S'gsjgSE I'orcqnnrters. i!?3sli Hindquarters. islisSi Hide. 'SSBRSffiSio Tailow, . :claa8ssa tonality of carcase. -f-n-'K Alcohol and Disease. Alcohol produces many diseases; and it constantly happens that persons dio diseases which havo their origin solely in tho drinking of alcohol, whilo tho cause itself is never for a moment suspected. A man mav bo considered by his friends and neighbors, as woll as t... 1.! W . I 1 1. uy iiiiusuii, to do a soncrnnu icuipcrato man. lio may say quito truthfully that ho was never tipsy in the wholo courso ot his lit 0; and yet it is nuito M.l. .V. ..... . n. pussiuiu mat sucu a uinii may uio ot discaso caused bv tho alcohol ho has taken, and by no other cause whatovor. This is ono of tlio most dreadful ovils of alcohol, that it kills insidiously, as it it wero doing no harm, or as it it wero doing good, whilo it is destrovinft life. Dr.Ji. W. Itcchurthou. Tables aro not interesting reading, but somo suggestivo tacts can be learn cd from this ono. It is noticcablo that no ono of tho steers fed grain tho first summer mado as much gain nCj on hotter pasturo, without grain, aOj evident mat "rougn wintering ' was not profitable with thoso cattlo. No ono mado a good gain and two lost slightly. Tho steers wero weight d, as a rule, each CO days during tlio whole time, and the record shows that no one of them progressed uniformly. Tho largo slirinkaRoat slaughtor is account for by tho WSat tho homo weight was after eating itifai d A Surprised Englishman. l?rof. S. A Knnpp, of the Iowa Ag ricultural Collego, lutely met iu Ohicogo nu English tcunut fiu-ninr, who had been in America flvo weeks, lie sail; "Tho most wonderful thing I have fcen in America is tho packing-house. I enn'fc sco hov they kill bo many. In England. I used to sell sis or eight pigs to a buyer nud I thought ho wan a great man bo eoiiBO ho picked up a fow pigs about tho country; hero they buy by tho thousand Ono thing I see; Euglaud is no country. for n farmer. I shall i:ck un mv Iran and lot tho landlord lmvo my farm, and coruo to America to livo. It Is a great country and thero is u chnnco for a man. " Winter Pork rucking. Tho Cincinnati Pnca Current says- tho now packing season is hardly enough advanced to render comparative- figures thusarof much value.' Nearly all points show a lighter number of hogs than last yoar. At that timo thero -was a widely prevailing holief that tho, futuro of prices was towards lower fig ores, and farmers wero freo sellers. Tho condition of stock also was favora blo, and tho month of Novembor last year was exceptionally largo in number of hogs marketed. This season thero seems to bo about as much eagerness to sell, but tbis is moro tho result of a boliof in tho futuro high prices of corn. It it is not unlikely that tho courso of ovents in tho latter part of tlio sum mer season hns led to a closer "top ping" out of the stock, and that thero is relatively a smaller number of hogs in marketable condition, compared with samo timo last year. Prices of hogs aro now about $1.30 per hundred lbs, gross higher than then, which makes tho product cost about -Jo per'lb. more Last winter's packing wus nearly up to tho preceeding winter, aud for tho twelvo months now closed is 520,000 less than for tho preceding twelvo months. Tho present winter may show somo falling off in tho number of hogs, but it would bo unwiso to count upon an aggrcgato supply for the ensuing year as less than the past year. It was a significant fact that tho severity of last winter cut short tlio number of young pigs, and now wo nro led to ex pect a mild and favorablo season, in ad dition to which is tho extra inducement of higher prospective prices for stook, which will fully balanco tho advanced cost of feed material. ' DAIRY AND STOCK ITEMS. Cattlo aro roported dying in Shelby county from eating smutty corn in stalk fields. Farmers in many portions of Nebras ka are borrowing money on land, and investing largely in blooded cattlo. It is stated that 150 butter and cliccso factories havo boon built in Iowa during 1881, making a total of 150 now in tho Stato. Thero will pro bably bo a largo addition mado to this number noxt spring. Quack praotico in tho veterinary profession is to bo summarily dealt in Great Britain, and after 1883 tho farrier and cattlo doctocwill havo to givo way to regularly trained voterinary surgeons who havo passed satisfactory examinations in regard to tho diseases of horses, c(j and sheop. HiSloy & ilabcook.'Visbiigtori Jowa, owryned SG.30 rGlJv , Nov. 25th, int. lialtlfc,,.,,.! 1 R.IK ik a eating an&i drinking; tho sliiuctcr weight after lusting. Whilo no ono of tho steors was cessively fat, tho percentago of carcass 1. ! - '1.1 s- ...it.p....i mi.. 10 mu WUlgllb id Buwniuuiauy, iliu Short-h'orns stand first in this rospect, and Hereford noxt. Tho commltteo complimented all tho carcassos as being moro profitablo for. consumption than thoso of tho oxccssivoly fat animals slaughtered with them. Tho highest percentago of carcass among tho lattor was 07.50. Tho showing mado by tho Ayrshiro steer is very orcditablo for an animal belonging to a distinctly milk brecd. It happens that tho order of merits of tho carcasscp is placed in tho for 4F steers that Iff J. N. Smi oF 1.44R.1! 1 - , J. J, Morga FairfiraspM ono load of Batt-rjJok, ,Iowo marketed a largo amount of stock- at Chicago, samo dato,of his own. feeding. Thero woro 58 1.240 lb. cattlo at $5,G(k 81 cattlo, 1,132 lbs. at $4,90; and 20 ,ljogs, 208 lbs, at $G.00. Mrs. Jones has sont to borrow my Ixmnot, and I don't want to loan ittohory What incssago shall I return?" salcj a lady to her husband. The reply was cloar and prompt : Toll hor sho has, your good will, but cannot have your llxturos." . Iinpurluiu. Xxjt, Have you found the key to perfect health ami vr rucufcvui jui Jvuinoj'Tii ore, hid oniy remedy that overcomes at ouco the Inaction of. the kidneys aud bowels. In either liquid or 'dry form It Is a perfect remedy tor thoso terrible diseases that cauto to many deaths. Horn aiii i'mtn. &Znt. .i.vti., fwa-,iiMittai 'flit , U' MM.."