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Tfca drioiitl PILLS. HEWABB Of IMITATIONS. JS.WATH 1 IK FOR VB. FlBBCtPS PELZETS, OB I iTTLB SVOAK-COATUD PILLS. Being entirely vegetable, they op rate without disturtmnoe to the system, diet, .or occupation, l'ut uj in pint" viaLs hermct i uilly scaled. Always fresh ami reliable. An n laxative, alterative, or purgative, three Huh: Pellets give the tnoet perfect Mtief action. SIM HElfllCHE. Klllana Hendache, atiaalucss, Constipa tion, Indigestion. Bilious A Unci; a, and all doramrctucnts of tho etom Hch and bowUs, ure prompt ly relieved and Tmancntly .iiw,1 Ytv thn tist of Dr. Flcreo's Plcnaai.t l'urf atlve Peltate. In cxplnuntion ot tlie-rcmedlal power of these Pellets over so irrwa u variety of diseases, it may truthfully be said tluit their action upon the Lritcin is universal, not a clsnd or tlfisuo escaping tlielr sanative influence. Sold by .druKfriRS.Zit'vnUa vial. Manufactured nt tho Chemical Laboratory or Wonm's ItisrraSJUtr Mxuicat, Association. Buffalo, N. Y. TIik World's HiippcJiiiiK-s. Ono aero in Wall street, Now York, in worth 811,300,000. There are 11,106 female commercial travele.ru in thm country. James A. Stewart, who was recently elected major of Griffin, Ga., is but 22 yearn old. An experiment recently rondo in Eng land proves that a tortoise, can walk a mile in four hours. THE FORUM. $5000! A Kr.VIKW OK I.IVIMU hCHJKCTS BT T1IK Fouuiost Wiutkiu. The Fomm is a monthly review every nsmber ol which contains eleven oiiitiual fwyim the m.ist Important serious tuple of tlie time, by the bent writers of lmth hemisphere. The enn ttlhiitors during the last two year Included nmn: Hum writer. (A list ill them will he I nt to any adore"! on application.) Anions llieai are: AnriiiiKACO.s F TV. Faiih.k, I I'nEsiDPSTJrLtCH II. Skki.vk. PKorr-sson I .lllllS TVNUM.t, Jl.TICF. T. M. t'OOI.KV. There are 3,(1 languages in the world, ( FltANrIrt j,. iwtto.y. anukkw u. White. ., mlnliitiintH nrofosa more thnn l.-1 Ki"akii Atkinson, Sknatok ihokiik F and us iniiaoiuuus proiosa more uiuu ., EllMUN!li jiAJ(k J. v Powkll.Puksii.f..'.. IVY) n.lI.Mr.no I Vnx Kris A Wai.KF.K. W II Sl.U.bOCK. I'UKM- j.r..i ........... """t v - nn inoenuiary nro nisi wee. FltF.IIKUlCK II IlKIXIK. CUA1U.F.S IIUKI.KV 1 . W.vuNKit, IHkhoj K D HuKTiMiTo.H, ceo. i John .M. Lingle, jKwtmaster at Webb rTheKeiif subjeetslnrludes every linpor- City, Buicided by shooting himself. He tant Held of activity and Investigation.--Poll- WM R fow hundred dollars short in his Itics, Domestic and Foreign; Social Science : Literary Crilielsm : Education : Science ; and accounts. IMS? tTAw UmeV and The youngest married woman in Rich jliey are treated by authorities. niond in 15 yearn of ago Bnd was married The Korum elves equal nrommene to eaen Missouri State News. The coal miners of Richmond have or ganized an aid society of 800 members. Macon Buffered more loss from tires last year than any other of the smaller citiea of the state. Tho next genera assessment of tax ablo property in the state is xpected to aggregate $900,000,000. There's nothing small about Marshall. As a mule market tho town ranks sec and only to St. Louis. Shawhan's tobacco factory at Lone Jack. Jackson county, was dos-troyed by A "tootomotcr" has been invented which will make a noiso that can bo hoard as far as 10 miles. Thomas Wilkinson, of Vernon, N.Y., has n beard 5 feet long, which ho wears tucked under his vest. Bakers in Chicago are now required by law to stamp the weight and their names on every loaf of bread. The Arksnsaa Legislature baB declared tho pronunciation of tho state to bo Ar-kan-saw, accent on tho tiret syllable. A Western statistician figures out that tho people of the United States spend more than $1,500,000 every yoar Xor chow ing gum. An Albion, Neb., horso stcpiedona hoo and tho handlo flew up, entering the animal's stomach. Death teawlted in fU'fl minutes. Old boots and shoos, steamed to a pulp. are now converted into tho soft, stamped. is offered by the manufactur ers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Memcdy, for a case of Chronic Nasal Catarrh which they cannot cure. SYMPTOM'S OF CATARRlI.-DutL h"avy beadneue, obstruction of tho !! pawurra, discharges fslliiiff from thr head Into the throat, Kinietiuies pnifue, vatery, and arrif. at others, thick. t"acius. inuecus. i:unilnt- hlnnlv and mitrid: the rrm are weak, watery, and liillaimil: tlwre Is iinuiii(r Selrtt o7'iie ornamental leather so popular for artis- matter. toirKher with wans from u1-rs; the ' vuifi is chmiKiil and has a nural twnri;; the : brrntli Is olIeiislc: snn-ll and tuMn i.re lm- : paired; there is a fcnitiou of dizzlneiA with mental depression, a hacking- cough and geu .cral debility. Only a Tew of tho atmvv-naincd symptoms arc likely to be pn?nt1n nny one cost. Thousamls of cases annually, without rcHnifrctiiur half or the above symptoms, re mit in consumption, and end In the crave. No dlsraso Is so common, moro deceptive and demforoiw. or less understood by physicians. lly its mild, sootliiiie, and bcalinic properties. Dr. face's Catarrh Itemedy cures tho worst eases ot Catarrh, "cold In the bead," Coryza, and Catarrhal Headache. Sold by drugsists ever) where; SU e.-nU. Cat old Agony from Catarra Prof. W. Haubsek, tho famous mcnmerlst, of Hheta, 3i. l' writes: "Some ten years ago I suffered untold agony from chronic nasal eatnrrb. My family physician gave me up as Incurable, and said I must die. My case was such a bad one. that every day, towards sun sot, my voice would become so hoarse I could barely speak above a whisper. In tbemornlnij my eoug-hinit and clearing of my throat would almost strangle mo. Ily the use of Or. Sage s Catarrh Kemedy. in throe months. I was a well nun, and the cure has been permanent." "Constantly Hawkins; anat Splulng." Tiiouab J. Itusnmo, Esq, txt rine Street, St. uU. 3fo- writes: "I was a great sufferer from cotcrrh for throe years. At times I eon Id baldly breathe, and was constantly hawking urn! hplttinjr. and for tho last eight months enufcl not breathe through the nostrils. I thought nothing tv.uld bo die forme. Luck l!y. I was advised to try Dr. Sage's Catarrh lii-medy. and 1 am now a well man. I believe ' K t 1 tho only snro remedy for eatsrrfa now jnanufnrtured. and one has only to give It a fair trial to experience astounding results and a permanent cure." Three Bottles Care CatarTk. Tin KouBins. Jlnnistn P. CWumWo Co, Pa-says: "My daughter had catarrh when sho wa five years old, very badly. I saw Dr. Sni-e's Catarrh llemedy advcTtlsed, and pro cured a bottle for hor. and anon saw that it helix-.! lier: a third bottle effected a Perma nent .ure. She Is now elghtoai years old and tcjnd itJ hearty. WESTERN MEDICAL & SURCICAL INSTITUTE. (. C nr. Its ss Msssn Itt. Itiui Cltf. ! DRS. DICKERSON A STARK, BURGEONS IN CHANCE. THI Instttuta dernton spectat aw senonn w lbs treatment or ait phritcalde formltiM. bin. Jolol diuane. tiotnp-bacs. r ciod root. arvxtAXeES. naralfstt i ties, catarrh, female complaint. Imparity of the y!-!deiocnronterfliaMS &at have Veea eoruild--rvl h..elM mnC Incurable. Under n drrao- .t...ir mvo rniieiiurelratltbenenttea. WS lj!-::o tho jjleted to eorrespont with us. i JCtVL HENLEY'S j, i ill fwvi 1 V VA u-i auraasoawswam bmi dE A Most Effective Combination. Tlit mil known Torilo nd Kerrlne j!pf rrnxt rn-aUUiMis aenrs for nobility, rryspep ia. sei NnnVOUS duprdrrs. It languid mi debilitated eondltlroj of the tKnlsUrnstlOTU lbs InUllect. and bodily fnaoloni; rulld np worn out Nerves I Mj djKTJ' JT ! . In.rlrrd or lost YiralltT. and brtais Utk roallihd'rtrmrth and vljor. Itli i tire, nnd rrrululy brMssths System afsuisl the d Wlnr Inauenoa of Malaria. I'rtee l.oo per Bottle of t onnces. FOB BALK BT ALL DRUGGISTS. YOU AX.I.TJXBORDER8 Or THE Stomach, Liver W and Bowels -TAKE- HWICnB 8TRICTLY VEGETABLE. Ciir-rrntip.itIon.IndlcetIon.Dyrrila.Pile, Sk lli'itdfichs. Liver ('omplalnta. Low of Ap- J-titf. lillleiumssi. NrrviniTaess. Jaundlee. etc. 'or a'rt by all Drnsrlrt. Pries, 8 Cents. PACIFIC KANUFACTUnlRG CO.. ST. LOWS. MO MASON & HAMLIN 1 ho cabinet orna was Intiodncod la Ms present form by Mon A IlamUn In I8SL Other makers fijiowedrnthemanufactars of thsss uutnmwats, bi:i tlx Mssan & Ilsmlin Organs have always maut u:nM thrlr snproroscy as Uis best In the world. i3Fon b, iiamna oner, as aemonsiranoa erioe .i sriJii at iiwiuta uurr, mm HCSMUUHiaa u: uia cr.en-i!Uled crecllenes of their organs, the fart that a: all of tho rrcat World's Exhlbhwns, since that of ORGANS; IV-".. laST, in e.iia best muk ;r.thrruiivc ca tlie LlKhcet .competlilen era of all conn-inTariablytak-bonors. IUus tratnlcslakvui 112 TO SJOO, free. M Mn & llumlin do lint hesitate to make the ex traordinary claim for their pianos, that they ars .iHr;.ir taall oi1irs. They recopnlie the h'fh enrlciicii uchicel by other leading makers In the a.t"f p'-ui tuildhi, but sL'll claim superiority. 1 'm they atlributo solely to tho tcmirkabl Im pr.irnnent lnlrihluced by them la the year 1W, r.r-1 nnw known as t!-o "Masom A limuus Piaso .e.i.Nurn," byfia m s Mas, the use ot -.Lien l .(tuied thelJIllUllfargreaUst pos .;,lir!tr and I U sal 1 1 reCnemlt of Uii:. t-elherl inilWWwith greatly In- I r v,m cjpaci- Oiiii j s BIUBI. ty lor sumaing Ut tune i.na other iuiiortast advantages. A circular, containing tssUavmlals' from thrrs btMidred iurcbav:ni, musicians, sad tnana. sent, tu.-eibcrwlth doKriptlre caulogoa, to any spplicacL 1'iams and Organs sold for cash ot assy pay mei.ts; also rented. KASON &HARIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. uuaTos.mlVWvoKibsCaiCAuo C0XSU3HT10XSUBELT CURED. To THEoiTo:t l'lease Informyonr read rt tli.it I liaveatKnlthereniedyfor the above ii.jai il dlseac. lly its timely use thouunds uf livrelcocaieiliaxe been penuanentiy cured. I thall be glad to send two bottles of my reme itv rn kk l any of j our readers who have con Minipiioii If. they will send me their express :':.! i 't iitllee address Retpectlully. T A.bi.OCljM. M.C..lSlr,earlst.,NwVork. tic bookbinding. The htrength of Berlin eare is about to bo tested nt the Royal Opera, whoro ) trumpeters nre to givo n concert in which thoy will play all at once. Charlos Fishor, of Rellofontaino. Ohio. on a wager, ate 30 raw eggs, Bnd then ex pressed a willingness to devour 12 moro if nnybody would pay for them. A citizen of Now Ulm, Minn., owns a horse whoso eyes, ho claims, change from a very light color to dark bluo SI hours before a change in the weathor. There is nothing new under the sun. Tho German Musoum nt Nurnborg has acquired an ornamental bowl made from paper pulp in the sixteenth century. When E- G. Rowe, who had boon turn ing from a uoat in x-usnnw xjiiue, uum Bangor, Me., pulled up Iiib anchor ho found a valuable gold ring on tho end of it. Fifteen thousand students engaged in the lato annual competitive examinations in China. Tho excitement was so groat thnt a number of contestants went crazy. Jnmcrt Miles, an Idaho man, refused to chip in even a nickel to bury a fellow townsman, and a bolt of lightning kilieii 13 horses for him on tho day of tho fun- oral. iV colored woman of Chnmborsburg went to a party recently, and on hor re turn slio found that rats had almost de voured hor infant child, whom nbo hail left alone. Nathan Hopkins, ot Whitman. Conn wns robbed of sum of money M jears ago. Tho other day he received nn nnony mous letter containing the stolen casli and full interest. An unRcrupuIous dentist of Paris, af ter chloroforming a patient, with tho supposed intention of extracting a tooth. robbed tho helpless sufferer of f 1000 in money nnd then decamped. Georgo Seeaholtz. of Canton, O., held his 8-yoar-old dnughtor while his wife burned holes in her hand with n red-hot !okor. Tho child had accidentally bur ned her littlo brother with tho poker. Loss than 50 years ago there was not a photograph camera in the world; to-day there are 15,000 photographic establish ments, to say nothing of the thousands of amateur outfits, in tho United State. An eagle on exhibition in n BridgeK)rt, Conn, store window escaped, and flying around the room struck the cushion of a striking machine nnd was killed. The machine registered tho blow at 180 pound). At Owenton, Ky.. when a verdict of not guilty was declared in a homicide trial tho audience applauded. Tlie judge ordored tho doors closed, and imiiosed a line of $2.50 on each person who applaud ed. At one of tho colored schools in the Smith tho girls learn housekeeping by being placed four nt a time for a mouth in a cottage, where they live and have complete control under tho oversight of a matron. Pleasant to to tho taste, surprisinly quick in effect nnd economical in price no wondor that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the leading prearation of its kind. It is cbtimatcd that there are 30,00000 men in America who get shaved three times a week. That means nn expendi ture of 30 cents n week, or Ml GO a year for oach mau.or for the 3,000,000 15,(XK. OiXl annually. West Nottingham, Chestcrcounty Pa, boasts within its borders a young man who has been married 5 years, has a pair of twins and two other children, but was denied a vote at the recent election be cause ho was not quite of age. At Bloomington, Cal, the 2 year old daughter of Albert Duuford fell iion a beer bottle, tho neck of which was brok en, and a splinter of which penetrated her heart. Tho child was dead when lifted from tho ground by her mother. A permit from the Brooklyn City Rail road Company to carry her dog on the cars of tho various lines of the company, when they nro not crowded and tho pas sengers do not complain, has been secur ed by a lady living on tho Hoights. Tho dog is a tiny black-nnd-tan, and tho per mit is good for threo months. l.1. nt ov.-rv riph.ar.1hlf Mlbleet. It Is not !n fiiienced by any party or school or sect, its on Item area company of scholars tshnse i.jn Is to further and to prevmt the latest lnvru cation and the soundest conclusions of the foremost workers In every department of thought. More editorial dlseiwlons in the press are suggested by the Porum than bv any other periodical. The New York Herald sas of It: " The Kotum has done more to bring the think ing m'li of the country Into connection with current literature than any other publication." And tlie Bwton Herald : " The Forum has tak en Ihe furcnimr place In public disunions be ru It ha d.alt with important subject lioii etlv. Impartially, and at the hands of those who know siimrtlilni; about thaiil." 30 cents a number; a year. THE F8RUM PUBLISHING CO., 2.13 Firtli Avenue, New York. (live Your Mib'crlptioii to tlie I'litillshers uf lai rapcr. A :itnii1i eonv of the fonim ulll be sent free tnauv one will .end u the name of a li brary or reading room where It U not now tak it. fir n-lio will eiid us tti uinies and adilre.- es of lx educated peraujis who read thuglitful lllrraiure . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, WASHINGTON, II. C, Is one of thr Irm than lialf-a-dnsea real ly great family papers In the country IT IS THE ONLY ONE Published at the National Capital. IT IS THE ONLY ONE Devoted to the History of the War. IT IS THE ONLY ONE Devoted to the interests of dlersSXf SS-4Ei IT IS THE ONLY ONE That makes a bold and pertltent fight for their rignts. IT IS THE ONLY ONE That eoiftantlv Insists on Justice being don the count r 's delendrrs. It has More Distinnuihed Contributors than any Other Paper. A SPLENDID 8-PAGE. 56-COLUMN PAPER lrinted en fine white paper, edited Hlth signal aMlily, and Oiled with the most interesting matter thrt ran be procured ONLY $1 A YEAR 2 CENTS A WEEK The National Tribune Is the result of years ef earnest, thoughtful elTort, accompanied by a heavy expenditure of money, to build up at the Capital of.lLe country A GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPER which should be n welcome weekly vll!r at rtery fireside from the Atlantic to the PaclDc. and cr-ampinu elli-cllrely the eaue of lraliy and good government, and of Justice to the tl-riier-.-imli-aihirsof the late war, their widows, children and dependent relatives. How well this has lievli dmie Is bevt Indicated by the wnnibrlul suecms of the M-r. Hkieli hat at tained iMipnlantv and circulation ioore rsliiillj It-am any other In the htlory uf American jour nalism. FEATURES OF THE PAPER, Tlie National Tribune makes a sxerlal fea ture of the hlxlnry and rrniinlseenrea uf the war for the preservation of the Nation. It publishes in fact the ONLY Ji:SMNK HIHTOltV of that sicintic struggle, for l's hitor) Is not a wsrtK-it and blase I paiieg) ric uf s-um- ptrtlru larui.in inmni, who -ire aiven credit for every thing that ttifcecdrd. It Is ttiade up of the tetuio!iy 'd a multitude of witnessei. the men in ever)' rank and lesre who did tlie march ing, dinging and shunting and carried forward the war Ihroujrli all Its various phases t a glo rious success. The great value ol Hie Nation al Tribune's history Is everywliere meognized. and It" !lle. are can-fully preserved In every large llhrary and histoilcal collet tlou 111 thn coui.tr North or Sonth. A lancinating slory by Col. Thomas Kunx, the trll'.t -nit writer of popular bosks, li now run ning in the paper. ... An entertaining lilrieal rouiauoe, by rran els WIImiii ll-'aiiule Williams, now apticariiig is exiliuj; great interest among the young folks, with whom Miss Wilson has always been a great favorite Rack numbers containing these will be fur uislied. Very manv distinguished men and wumen constant!) eoiitrihuie to Its eoluiHiis. It Is fa vored in thi way more than any other tlreat Weekly In the tnuiitry. John MeKlrov. who has wtltteu m much ai.d so:u-eeplably fhr the soIdlei, wdl twin beglu anv other war idory. itesides llil. It presents every week a splen did array of editorials un Current Topies-Sto-rlesbv the best autli"rs Wit, Humor and In lomi.'tlon Aerirultiirsl Notes of the Greatest talue-lloiisrhold hints arid Suignr-ttons-Syii o;ss of the News of the Week-Answers to Correspondents llrlght Mseell.iiy. etc . which ivill Interest, amuse and instruct every mem ber wf the rauilly. .. , Seed for .sample Copies. Sample Copies sent free. Addres THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington. II. C. THE CSONTUNTSi The Most Interesting Srricl Stories by the Leading Writers of the Country Illustrated Short Stories Complete In each Number. Chosen from the Best Authors that Judgment can Select Articles on Timely Subjects From the Pens of Eminent Scholars and Divines. SKETCHES OF ADVENTURE. Articles on Household Subjects, by wri ters Excelling in their Par- -ticular Branches, Biographical Sketches by the Prominent Biographers of the Day. Scholastic Diepuisltions by Distinguished Professors In American Colleges. HISTORICAL SKETCHES. more than a year ago. Sho has a baby threo months old. The real estato transfers of Springfield last year nmountcd toiJ3,782,89L Malta Bend in Saline county hasn new live stock insurance company. Tho St. Joseph electric railway com pany lias beeat tested and is pronounced a howling success. Charles T. Smith, a brakeman, was run over and fatally injured by an en gine at Bois d'Arc Friday. A reward of 8200 has been offered for the arrest of tho murderer of Fred Crouso, the victim of the Lino houec tragedy. Eighteen young men of Jasper county celebrated New Year's day a rabbit hunt killing 19i) rabbits. Tho defeated nine paid for an oyster supper. Harrison Nelson has been discharged and Chnrles Nolson held in M.fOO bonds at Platte City, for killing John Johnston on Christmas day. It is reported that serious troublo is likely to occur among tho coal minors nt Ktuerson, on tho Wabash Westom road, over tho question of wages. James Hughes, a telegraph operator from Shelbyvillo, was killed Friday in a rear-end collision of tho Union Pacific freight trains, 100 miles west of Chey enne, Wyoming. In compliance with the request of tho pastors of tho city tho store-keopera of Gnllitin have agreed to close their places of businoss at 7 o'clock each evening during tho week of prayer. A salacious reduction suit is on the tapis before tho circuit court of Pierce City. Miss Eva McAndrews, a pretty girl" of tho place, accuses Harrison Cox taking advantage of hor misplaced af fection. Sho wants iJlO.OOO. Tho Richardson drug company at St. Louis, which was burned out New Year's morning, has decided to wind up its af faira and discontinue business. Walter Lewellen. a youth of 12 years, who is confined in tho jail at Paris, at tempted to cut his throat and is-ison himself without success. His father is a proBj-on.ua and resiiectable farmer of Monroe county. Georgo McFadden. a St. Louis saloon- keelier, was recently fined 2Tj0 for draw ing a revolver on two detectives when they attempted, without a warrant, to nrrest a crook in his saloon. 1 esterday on an npjieal, Judge Noonan discharged McFadden. holding that ho had not re sisted the officers in n discharge of duty, but in a usurpation of jsiwor. John W. Prettyman. a V cstern Lnion line repairer, fell between two freight cars near Taylor n few days ago and a moment later found himself lying nt the side of tho track with his leg cut off above tho ankle. He was threo miles from the nearest station, but, wrapping his wounded leg in his handkerchief and vest, ho started to drag himself to tho town. He crawled all night, inch by inch, and at" o'eloek in tho morning reached tho depot. Imagination cannot conccivo his sufferings. The next day his leg was amputated, and hope are en tortained of his life. His lifo has been strangely marked by accidents. Several years ago he hl his head badly mashed and cut in a railroad collision, and after recovering .from that ho fell off a step ladder through a pinto glass window and ran a pioco of glass complotoly through his thigh. 'Oh! woman, in thy hours of ease, un certain, coy and hard to pleao." With children hurt, long hours sho's sjient. Do try Salvation Oil, the liniment. Tho musical people of St. Joseph ar. preparing for a May festival. None of tho prisoners that escaped from tho Clay county jail a fow days ago have boon recaptured. Ollirt Lambert, six years old, fell into a well eightoen feet dcep nt Huntington Tho kid escnjied uninjured. Improvements of facilities for aceom- JI7G Ipter Oeeai Is Published Every Day of the Year, and is the LEADING REPUBLICAN PAPER OF TUB NORTHWEST. Price, exclusive ot Sunday, by mall, postpaid . Price, Sunday Included, by mall, postpaid ... .$8.00 per yoar ..... IO.OO per yc;r THE SKMI-WEEKbY INTER OCEAN. Is fob 11 shed on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and besides tho Daws condensed from the Daily, it contains many special features of grest value to those so situated tbst Uisr cu m.1 KcarotheDallrKwrrdar. The Monday issoa contains the sermons printed in Tho Daily inter Oceau of tue same date. THIS WEEKLY INTER OCEAN. Is Um Host Popular Family Newspaper published West of the Alleghany Mount ain. 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Burlington, ft. Tot Gilding or Bromine Fancy Articles, USB DIAMOND PAINTS. - Gold, Silver. Broase. Copper. Only is Cents. O S CELERY COMPOUND CURES I PROOFS" "Paine Celery Coin- Neuralgla pound wed my a-a---Rawwa-l aM aMa J,JI4 RkEWINSB, . San Jacinto. Cat. Norvous a. AAtAUk "After mine itx bet- Prostration ties or v ctWrv -jp,, wm Cjnjponnd, 1 am cared of rhcumatitm. Rheumatism sXclTi,h.'N"&. "It has dore me more KidnGV - gocU far kWney discaw thu any other medi- ' - OlSeaSeB cine" r,so.Assorr, fclooi Lily. Iowa. . wn " Taiue's Celery Com- " Jfr pound liss beeo of ertst Alt I lunr V Dcne6t for torpid hirer. Mil blVOr indigestion, sndbitiouk '. Disorders """ Eii"m,"c- for Infants and Children. Kstwrtewsoweiladtedtociiildrerithit I Castorto cores CoMe. CtwaMraaUon. IreoomwodttaaseawrlortoanytiroscriOtioa I BoaT Btomaeh. Diarrhcea, Kructauon. terwanl" T!!a'. MT I W803foiwBsV,Emldyiia5.T. WUfcout lajuriooa tsrllnsaVBi Tin CavTAtnt ConPamr, TV Murray Stroet, N. T. Farm and Carrion. Rico Cement.--A cement very much used in China and Japan in made from rice. It is ottly noeusnary to mix rice Hour intimately with water and srently Milliner over a clear tin., when it readily forms a delicate and durable cement. A Point in Stone Smashing.- It i well known that a stone, however large. may bo broken by striking a sufficient of number or blows with a hammer iiIoiik tho line where it is desired to break the stone. In this process the force of the' ! blow is expended in gradually weaken in; the cohesion of the pnrticles in a line following tho direction of the blows. Thi weakening is increased by each siicixsssive blow until finally rupture oc curs. Testinj; Ttoof Slates. - -A (icrman trade journal advocates the following met hod of testing tho quality of roof slates: Tho sa nples of tiie slate to 1m) tested should bo carefully weighed, and put into boil ing water for a quarter of an hour. Tho water must, however, bo fuirly free from lime, saltpetre and ammonia. Tho slates are then rcweighed, nnd those that show tho greatest increaso of weight are thoso moet capnblo of resisting deterioration. Heat From (iiw. While tho electric light is gradually taking tho placo of il luminating gas in Germany, tho latter ia evidently going to meet with an ex tensive sale in another direction, on ac count of its considerable evolution of heat. In comparison with tho elvjctric! light, it is this properly which is, apart from minor brightness, considered as its principal delicioncy. It is stated that the heat from equal amounts of gas and coal is in tho proiiertion of 25 to 15. Shelves. If you have more boolta than placoM to keep thorn, get a carpenter to make a wooden frame with no back and a series of shelves. Set this against the wall, and cover top aud sides with plurh or cloth, or tho wood may bo ebor.ized inatoad. A curtain suspended on rings to druw aside is an improvement but not a nocossity. Arrange your books on the shelves and your pretty old china on top. and you have u useful and fashionable piece of furniture. Caro of tho Person.-Merely warm the back by the lire, and nover continue keeping the back exposed to tho heat after it has liecomo comfortably warm. To do otherwise is debilitating. When going from a warm atmosphere into n cooler ono keep tho mouth closed, so that tho air may bo wanned in its pas thigo through tho noso ere it reaches tho lungs. Xever stand still in cold weather wiHjcially after having taken a slight do- Eclectic Magazine or FOREIGN LITERATURE, SCIENCE.. ART. 1S8!) ifith TEAK. Hie Foreign Matni7lues.ianlHdy the fct thoughts id the.-iblrst nrilrrsof Kojupe. lt-u liinarn of the F.leetle Mesasln tosaeLaiid reprint these :ird.h-s ihe plmi ol theolrv uicluiti Si-.it-nvv, Ksso-, ib-uiens, Itiotsraplil-i-il ki tiln-H. ItlstiiMtnl fapers. roetrv.-Kird hirt Stories from THE ABLEST WRITERS IN THE WORLE The billow :ii nn the names of some of the leadtiis aulh'irs uh-ise articles apihMr. In Ite p.iK'"sd liie Ki-.'irjk AUTHORS. Vl Hon W K nhiiNtone, AKriiI TetiliyMiii. rrofe-sor llttjil-iy, IVofej-sor '1'yinlall. V II Mullock. J Norman J.nekyer, H 5;r V li Catfenter, E T.TvIer. 1'rof Max Mulier, Prof Owen, Henry Tatne- E A Fieenwn, I) C I. lames Autliory Fronde. Thomas llotihes, Alsrernoti-C Sivinhurnc, VVilIintn Itluck, Mrs Ohplmnt. Curditiat iSewmao, Cnli!tn:! -Maitnini:, Mis Tlmckernv. Thoinns Hardy, Koherl Hucliattar.. The Ileeltr en-jbli-s the AruvneiMi reader to keep luiiisi-ir iiifuriiinl nn the the great l - s linns ol the iUv Ihnnnjl nut the world, aisl no lntelliKeul Auii'ileaii mii nllurd en lie xlllmilt It The Keler.le eomprlsrsrarh ear two lare vnbuiii'S of oter ;. p.ii;es- lliell id these 1-iiiui-s couLiiti n Fiite Stei-I l:m.-r.n inir. which adds murh b the attrjellun of the M.igazlue. TKUMS. Shiple fopU-s. 45 reuts : "lie eop3'. one ear, s., : nveenpies. s-i-i rrnii Minserip- lionlor Jliimillis. SI. The Leleetle and auy l mufcaziiie. J. E. 1J. PELTOX, Pulililioc 25 Bond Street, NEW YORK. 1841 THE Prairie Farinei 1 Weekly Journal for the Farm, Orchard am .Fireside. Only $1.00 Per Year. tTIE BEST AGRICULTURAL JOL'RXAl IN AMERICA. Kstabllsbed at Cblrago In 1311, wlicr IhO West was a ss ueeraeu of Crass. t has fully kept pace with the (rrand AirrknUuru ucveiopmeac 01 lots tiraiji'-m, ww.iww ,mms contain the history uf Agricul ture for the pa HALF A CENTCBT, hiring which period It has never missed arjlowe wr failed to appear promptly. It is acknowledge! osUy that The Pralrte Farmer TASKS AT THK HEAD C Agricultural Journalaun In Uiia country. The Prairie Farmei Vre In chartm of persons of practical experience an. iational reputation in their particular pnfesdnnt aid the best minila amon AKricultural writers an requent coniriDutors co coimiiun. --" lo completely and carerully covers ttai cround la all matters relating to LIve-HiocH. Veterinary. Poultry. Apiary. loaseholi... ,. news. lossirsiHii in attractive Home Journal with a Houwhol' Department unexcelled. The Prairie Farmer . ..nninnalv illustrated with original am .,-rJtir nnzniTUurs. All questions of atensst In Aarieulture and Fa ussed In us columns. All tt tfrlraltare, Hi orllenllare. uaraen ana Laws CPiomoiesy. Ileasehola,. eeliern arm topX-s ore lu The Prairie Farmer s met carefully edited, and not only its Kjlitorla , ...... i .: .!. .,.... '.ut also its Artremsine coiumus.u tnj moonting iui luiimiir. .u m..,., v.. i in! , that nothlnit questionable snail oe pun RffflsflSBa-BaSfl Willlama' Australian Herb Pills. If you arc Yellow. Bilioni. conslipstsd, Wth Head ache, bsd brealh, drowty, no sppelite, took out yoar Liver ii out of order. One box of this Pills trill all the troubles away and make a new bciaa f you. Price 15 cts. For sale, by Illude & riillbrick. I)niRsIt. Oreaon, Mo. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, K. I. Mct'oy and Clara II. McCoy Ins wife, by their deetl of trust. .Iale.1 the Kill dav ot May. 1W1. and recorded In tin- n-eord rr'somceul Holt County. Missouri, in llonk SI. twtfe 177, conveyed to I-evI Zk, as trustee, the following described real estate, situate, Ijlni: and liemc in the County of Holt aud Stale of Mlswmil. to-wit : ..... The southeast quarter of section twenty-one i-m .i tut. kiHitlorest oiiarterof Mctiou twen- It-two (ii). all In township slxt-two(ia)of 1 rimse thlriy-etelit 131. contalnliiK aai acres, , m-m1 or lcs. ... . . Wlilrli said conveyance was made In trust to 1 secure t ie liaviueiii I a certain 1101c in i deed ol trust oWniicd : and whereas, uciaiiu ' I has tH-eii niaile ill the payment of said unto and I I he nlerc.st thercun : now. increiore. i. un.- Jokes Illustrated by Huworoas Orawiips. The Icer will also itlve much valuable Infor mation IhriiiiKli its Answers to Correspwin'ents ami Science Items. Th editorial ce will fiiMii.h iiliv uar.tirriihs. and tliromtli our eoluinns will besprlujkteif numer ous Pwins, l'jthelic liallads.aiid MlsCi llaiieiius articles. I11 fact, our contributors will send us from week Ut week much more matter than we can possibly use. so that we shall alwajs nave .1 fresh and superabundant sapply from which to select the cry best. NoeMieiisc stands In the way of proi-urlne the liest and most tsipuUr writers, as will be seen from the follow Iiir eminent Contributors for 18KB. .fumes l'arlon. Mrs Pranels Uadcsasa Ml I'arloa. Harnett. Julian llawlhorne, ltobert Lewis bit vea Kmma Alice llrowue. son. Amy Uandolph. Mary Kyle Cant Whlltaker, Thomas Ilnna KaaT Josephlne Pollard. !. , , Aniui M.elld., M.to' "rl'"1. Major Colhoun, Josl Benton, lllshop Clark, Kev IlrMeCosh and man) other. The New Tork Leduer will continue to be theCreat Kaniily Paper, lmisent a'I'Ul"as. iiiilKiiieiitwillbeexrel.d In providiiu! matter that willlielMitliniitertaiiilncaiid liistructine lli.it will elevate the mind and purify tlie heart. Our corpse of contributors for the eomliiK year is so lame, and will embrace such 11 varie ty of talent, that every ileiiartiiieet will rcci-ive the particular attention of some one competent to do it ample and sjieclal Justice. Tlie fads stated ahme warrant us, we tb'.iia. ill promisim; our readers a family pt-r for the jear tNSi that w ill be sure to Rive satisfac tion to tin- most fastidious. Our Terms to Subscribers for 1889, 'Postage Free. For One Tear For Mt Motths 1..JO t:.r Fioir Months over Ki00,00( during the past four years. Tlie trial of Kidley Thomas for tho murder of John Lowry and wifo ended last week at Marshall in a verdict of guilty. Tho govornor has pardoned Dan John son, a St. Louis negro, sent up for tiftt on years for rape, there boing doubt aato his guilt. James Dullard has been arrested at Hannibal for bigamy. Both wives ap pear equally anxious to retain their place in his affections. Tho industrial home at Chillicothe will be lighted by electricity. Members of the state legislature are allowed a salary of $i per day. Tliero wero eight failures of business men in Springfield last year, involving liabilities of $129,000. John Melntyre has been held to tho grand jury at Koytesvillo for killing Sam Neighbors on Christmas eve. Meadville has a mammoth chicken coop 210 feet long and fourteen feet wide. It provides winter quarters for 800 chicks. It has been decided to locate the street car wotks at St. Joseph. A cor rugated iron building will 1 erected and employment given to 500 men. The Mexico lVnlser reports Bacchana lian revelries continuing all night long . as a nightly occurrence in tho city. Less than fifty yards trom the house of revel I a revival meeting is in progress. ' Boys under 16, convicted of misdo- , meanora and felonies will hereafter be ' sent to the Boonville reform school. It is thought the institution will be pre- I pared to receivo incorrigibles about the middle of the month. WiL it is clean, wholesome, asa ruuy aoreas the times la all Farm matters. The Prairie Farmer s published Weekly at the extremely low pneu q Only $1.00 Per Year, ad will save you many times that amount yearly Yon Want It WHY ? Becaase-lt la the Best. fijd for FRRK npectax-o copy, to THE PRAIRIE FARMER PUB. 00., 1 BO Monroe Street, Chloago, 111. gree of exercise, and always avoid stand ing on the ieo or snow, or whero the per son is exposed to cold wind. Disease. -Evory new fact discovered about tho disease of furm animals em phasizes that these diseases nro owing to impure drink from ponds and rluggisli creeks moro than all other causes com bined Cold Air. It has lieen discovered in California that n cold air blast dricsfruit in a most satisfactory mannor. Samples of fruit dried in this way, apricots, and apples, two years ugo. are still in u per feet state of preservation. It outrivals all Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. Kicking Tho farm journals are fnll of nil rfo of dovices for kicking cows. Tho best method is simply draw the cow's bend up bo high ns to cause a dowti arching of the spine nt the loins. Sover al who have tried it reiiort favorably up on it. Cows and HorHos.- -In cases of cither cows or horses, proper caro cannot bo taken of them until their peculiarities are well understood; and w hooter -inder-takes to make the most of !iwii!M'U must mnko every individual one racial stud v. If eowa arc w ntered out of a pail it may bo found that only one niiiiiinl j will drink only out of a certain pail, nnd if a change is made it will lie instantly I detected. Few on. will eat hay thai another cow ha breathed ujxn. It is well to humor the aiiinmls in such cases. while studying to btipply the proper j quantity and quality. Institutes and Clubs. Farmers' insti tutes and elulw have done much to edu cate tho farmers to a knowledge ot bot- i tor cvstems of agriculture. Tho advan tages nro the expressions of individual oxporiencos,which often brings on benefi cial discussions of special subjocts. Co operative effort in procuring thorough bred stock, nnd tho ranking of experi ments aid improvement and add to ' tho wealth of such a community. The winter is the appropriate time for such ,r,;t;.,nu nnd the children pheuld i ... r.-f wills " laoeT. 0I?f?J! ... .1 . 1, . 1 . 1 .-.1 -i'ej kio bo induced in some manner to be- -""." 'Sr?JZVZZ?'tZ:si ' come ii EXHAUSTED VITALITY .-.' -fie Um THYSELF tea cniuvnnnit Jberenn. S pss'e vo., 1SS pre-.rrii.li-.ns for sll dierasi-a. clout, fall gilt, only I.W, bv mail. -al.-d. lllo.lrsUTe sample froo to all vounir and uii.idlsed men. Send now. Tbetloldand Jewe'leil Meilsl awanlidbs theantherby the Nation al Jlcdiia! .t-ociali..n. Ad.lr.s P.O. Boxlj3,Hos rJr vi... iir w 11. PARK Kit. rradsate of llsrvsrd Medical College, 16 yesr. prartice in Bos ton, who uisy bo consnlieil cooadcoually. Office, No.41tul(lnch8u Hpeclslty, Diseases of Mao, . Cal this will. I asay stitr eve ii issia. saisxcEoy IFE, the Brest Medical Work of tlie ago on Msnhnod,Ncrv-Ous-andi'iii;sloal le- bUIty, Premstnre De cline. Krrnrsof Tenth. laud thu nnto:dmier- .S85aawMi7 m isuir. aM ss i rJSCAMIBSJI 1 tfaaw-" 1 1 11 1 FOB 1889 And for tfi'l)eruo-racy. TitK Hcs believes Hist the raiiipalpi fur tha elevtiou of a Denioeratic Congress In ism and a Iiemocr.itlc Preshb-nt In lsy2 should beeln on or atMiut the fsiirlh of next March. TIIE M'N will be on hand at the besinnlni: and until the en il of the most iiiterestiiiBnnd important pnUllcalrsin fllct since the war. disne its honest uumtst, as ever, to seeutetlietiiumplniMlie Democrat le iiartv and tlie pe mianent supreniaev ol tho prlni-lples held by Jeaerson; Jackson, nnd Til -den. . . The creat fart of Hip year Is-the roliirn to absolute power of the. common enemy of all pood Democrats-the pob leal iireanUatbui fur whose overthrow TitK Scs f.a g.it at the rroitt for fifteen years, the memorable ear of (inni and the Fraud Hajes. nnd (larlleld and Arthur. It Is the ssme old enems that Uemoerats now confront, and he will be Intrenched in the same strong position. It havbeen catililoneo by bravo and hoiieful nlltlll(?. lhi you not blleVH with Tub Si s that the thlnz can be dune strain? '-Valt and see 1 ....... . Tho hope ot the Democrats Is In ths loyal efforts of a unlred press, cherishing no mem ories of past difference In non-essentials, for P'ttlni: even thins but the lessons of expetleaee. and that vieturyjj ivrtutv. Probably yon know Tn Mux already as a newsmnwr which cets all the news and print it In liieomiiarably luti-restlni: shatie; which chronicle facts a they occur and tells the truth aliout men and etents with absolute fear lessness, making the mmpletest and most ar.-terlaliilncloiiriinl-pulillslietlaiivwhere nnesith; and which sells Its opinions only to Its subscri ber and purchasers ,e two cents a copy on Similars four cents. -1 f you do not know Til a 5r", "send for f -and learn what n nondecfut thins It Is to be In the sunshine. Dally, mt month 0 BO Dailv, crear go Similar, per year ., Pally and Sunday, p-r year. a 00 Dsllvadd Suiidav. per month. o 30 Weekly Sun. one vear. - I W Address TI1K SUN, Xrsr Tark. R a tail WE HAVE QUAD. FREE tMesr. WsrrsalsJ. Umrf taHS ola Haatla CS.el Ktessst ud smssiSmsS. WOMTSM wli ud ..... f nwoss tmausoai immii ncr t. BaWHIMesosritM I, M .idi cos w- SWW MlssleesUlr.sskaebi .-lr l .01 .! to lhM wfc eH. sJi,r ..U.14..DJ -t o-ea aioOTSUBOsJjaaairaJta. MlMinllsU sreb,w es4 .... krt iwnlo T.r bom. be u ud HIT U UTiy t ITXini ayawsipw sasss ss ' JiVj."" tv-.iu.llac esiunsTT. Tktvllsi oe W" m mM nt lo ocUt lht wismpUl mJ b pUetl t4 one si thmj r.o U Mn. .il or-- Ammrtem Wrlie M .fHrir4lUdM. BovV-sT It wUI f Urilf toy trooMf 7,1 1 mi-mf UMSawTtTHsl Iff UawJi VM IBSI TTZZ JM.MWIMJJwl-l Plso'a Cure for Con sumption ia also the best Congh Medicine. If you have Cough without disease of the Lungs, a few dosea are all you need. But If you ne glect this easy means o: safety, the slight Cough may become a serious matter, and several bot tles win be required. I Plso's Remedy fur O&tarrb is the Beat, Easiest to Us, and Cheapest. Bold by drasslsu or sent by mail. I 50c KT. UaselUne. Warren, Pa. Sit ajewrlae-. a Dr.Bjit'sCoachSjrapcV-lkftrsJc! ions f said .! cd in Iriist : anil at tlie n uuest of .' f -. a ...y iKe. the legal liohler of saui note a1.1res.11n. in 011 uh .,,.t up clubs In their respective town' HaTHPHAV. FEI1KCAKY S3. WJ I i,rw:inls add single copies at ii-VJ. W Of Interest to Ladies. Wcrlllrad a FRCKSASSfsLKofoarwoiidtTfal rrcilic f r r-calM rocof Isiats to anr Isdr who stlas ttetltetllciM;7l-.rD4S.purcbiwlaff. etnd eisaip far tsatw. CH;RSlMlBrCD..BsalOBuasfa.T. b. tuven the hear? of .teti oVIock In , tbe .fore- 1 dralt or money onler ,.r etpress order can will Drevent any tiosslbility ot the loss of the money bv mail. AJdrcss all communications : ROBERT BONNER'S SONS, Publishers, Conic? ot William and Spnieu 1Q)SC Four Copies SI0 which i .'J8 a copy ; eiitht sue par-. W"" TV "' ... aV.-L- J. P..ta Those1 oniioren ury xor ruwici a wjivh. . can hen a ( saasBawara aer WmmxTm BVawawB dvi awaawE-awBwBK.waBawVSar bISawA Jkaa&awawawaLwaZ m 1 IHI ipmmm laeseb bcsUlrkessn bee. HMf4Klai tasde M bi tuveii hip uears 01 m-h ' uicimy- - ...... 1 noon and fi o'clock in the afb-rtiisiu ol said colli I dav. at file mirth Uqoy of the Court House in the will city of Oresnti, in' Holt County. Missouri, pro-. moil ceed to sell me aitovetiesinorM imiTtij,;i public veimue, lo the hiirhcst bidder lor cash, 1 for the m'riioses expressed in said deed of trust, .or 11 ..1 e LtVI ZOOK.Tr.er. When Baby was sick, we cave her Caatorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Casteruv. When she became Miss, she clung to Caatorla, When she bad ChUireo, she care thom Castorbj. H.VI. tis .11 um emchBra... ws srfnslesrree.pliS liMorev ceeOy sad eslublesft ball"- Is rrtara w. u. th.1 70U w watt t Owe wto ney esu si jese ntm.uw bw. 7nia iiiN dkow. r tke Msrrr nteDts, vat II Mid fee Owlf. wilklh. CHPalaViai as awwwld. an u fnJLs K ssasal tmmmni. ruJs. rxjcija a: CO., atox MO, Aaawsta, ataiae. Peck's Patent Improved Cushioned Ear Drum PLUFLCTLV UK-NTOKKTHK HKAKIMi Write to F. HIsCOX, 8-19 Croailw.iv,enr Hill St., New York, for Illustrated b.'Kik of jjrnoLs frep THIV- ' come interesteil. j Ammonia or Fertilizers The escape of ammonia the most volatile, but the , best part of tho manures about tho j homestead- -is. in a great measure, tho ! cause of tho strong odor from stnlls.barn- i yards, sinks und privies. In the stable n ' bedding of a dry muck, a couple of feet ' thick, will arrest and imprison the fugi ' tive, while a slight covering of leaves ' and straw will keep tho animals unsoiled ' while lving down at night. Tho foulest f?REAT 1-ERVE TDiflJd jLira POSITIVE CURES DYSPEPSIA rt t"Ia not sn alcoholic bsrersjrs. nor can ltt 13" be nsed as sach.d a few minutes if ovcrlnid with fine muck or pulverized peat. Dry. and especially rr xai ooaioaarja on I burnt clay, uroxen nne, couiiuuu cmuuu PURIFIED ACID PHOSPHATE, the planter, and sawdust, are also excellent absorbents. Tho excrements stioiiiu ue ' removed daily, and tho litter, say onco a .fortnight. great nerve sad hone food LEMON JUICE, nature 'a greatest retaedy. TINCTURE OP OALMU8 ROOTS, to atrencthen the dlceatl ve orcans. SYRUP end redistilled and diluted Spirt, sad this In qnanllty only, to bold the preparation In solution and to prevent all cllmellfal effects on sams. MsNurscTusto owe sr A Western man camo to sec Ingfel low's house, which had boon General WasUicgton's headquarters during tho PHOSPHATK LEMON RYE C0.,St. LMU, W. War of IndciiemJence, and when l.o wm. taking leave of the venerable lsiei, who had most courteously shown him or alionk hands and said -Well, good-live. f;cner.U: J Din proud to see you Usjkiug ho hale at your advanced age ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. For sale by Oregon, II11. Huide & Phllbrlck, Dncisl. 100 CIGARS FREE. KXTSLA noMBAT OfFKK. To raetdly Introdnoe our new Umrn? rJsar1We will. If ordered at ones. dHar Is or IbeakS boxes of to cursrs each FatatSt to any Post or BinrMS OO o la ibe U. S- Also mum Tar. serletl poeteaid to tnmm awllfiir uinrs- cslpt or loar.oonar w jiwit 1 Blarllliutiated Ifipaaa Joarnaf. Wrtte DostolSce address plainly. Bemtt by mail or nosul cote and address " , a w. TNiufa, os suu sl, ckieaft. name and restsiered Trustee'ii Sail-. Whereas. K. D. JbCovand Clara It. McCoy, bla ttlff. by their deed ol trust, dsted the fliti dav of .lime, l8Tajmd,riiinleiI In the rMMrfib-r s ..m. t II. ..1 I 'mint v. Missouri. Ill iMMik race 4a..niieje.l .nAllH-rt Ibs i ker. as trustee, the lollowiu? decrll.cd real estate, situate. IvIiib , and lielnplnthecounlj of Holt and state of Mis souri, l.-wii : . ! . The snmneas .pian.-r . UPON A l'LlX To IJcticlit Our SubHcribcr.t. The Sr.Ml.sM. I' pleased tolanneuuce the eoiiipli-tioiiol siwial arranceH'-enl whereby A is eiiabieil I" oiler Its n aileis.tvro of tho best of f..nnlj jnuriLils lor tmt IPttlt. -more tluin UiS prlcr ot on.-. For 2:00 We will s.'iid. fur one jear. to any ldres and .the Famous .Family Weekly Detroit Free Press, The Free Press Is Kllhnut question Ibe Ire.itest l.lti rary nnd Hmnorou paper now lM-fore the American people. 1:1 not a new aspirant for public favor., established over 01 ty r,irs as". " liassll the test uf time, and Is t:i-dy stronirtT, belter and .inure popul.tr esi elleiic. I'ln'sfimuy sketches and sa Inits of Tlie Pn-w are verj where n""tel and laiipluil at. while In respect to literary exeel-i.-nee it will .omiiaie lavmahly with the ei-ii-.Ue maisizltie. "SI Qatd.'4 "lAike Hum Eva Itest. ltose HaHwIs Tlnre baric V. r .'J. . 1 v.ielc fTas. Ilnin- .iiiains, iiaiiiiii.o. - j . . - - - - : . son Howard, II C Ibslire. and a host of oth-r ?..voilte vrrlleri, contribute mtularly lo Its cid nmns. Uecosnlzimf Ihe erowlne demand for Ilrtt-class Belion. tliesFree less.luvi oCered $3,000.00 IN TeV9W prize for the lliree liest Serhvl Worle of .wa words each. A iiumlier of the best writers haul nnuouneeil their liileution to compete. In addition to ihc.piany other special filat ures it is tb intention to' publish section of THREE SERIAL STORIES EACH WEEK. written etpresslv for tlie Free lless by the best American and KiielLsh authors. It will lie seen therefore, that by subscribing for the SENTINEL and the ree Press, the entire famllv call be supplied Willi all the News ami with the best ol current IJralur. for a tear nt a eot of LESS THAN FOUR CENTS A WEEK The Fn-e Press Is a large right pace, seven col umn iir and the nvular price is saiedollsr.a vear. RrliiemlM-r that lor .0n you can have, the Free Pn-ss and your favorite home paH-r also. Sample copies can be wen at Ibis ofllrr. We hope mat our irieims win ow ..o -i -lireelaltoii of ur eltorls In their l-ll:ill.h Jul-in- up their minds t take adsaulJKe of tbj spTendirl olfrr-SiihTilic at once, rb-iid all snliscriptioii to THK SENTINEL. Orrcoti.M". Fine Farms for Sale. Tlie Auntel farm of IU acres. I l-:, inilr north of itreson.l..nrr.-.l at a bargain until Febmarv 1st. II not s...l .11 tlial time l'l I forrrnt forej.il. Also I-' acres all in irra l.i v Inn on th N.sla wv rlrr one mile nort h ot New Point: willbexildnt a bart-ahi- I al desiretos. il mv I ie place. I base a lull r-lb 11 of first class I.1111I In NemalM e- IUJtv. K.-UISIS. IS tulle south "f Senecj.tbe ci.iilitv s.-.it- olielMlf IliefarmlslliiUlllvalloll. Mill sell or will trade for """IV,! V'i llllir COCKLE'SAPiLLS This old Bgafa Family Medicine In use for SG years, all over the world, for Ililc, Indigestion, Lirer, 4c Of Pure Vegetable Ingredients. miX FROM KE&fiUair. SAMPLE VX&t-?$ be mailed, securely wrsppslo any sildres. In the COPiES &Zri. . era! discmint allowed lo Piitmssiers. Acnts and ef New York ii ln JlJl-J Lll'jlJ JWtT 1- I cttiraste fuastrsted Sportinir and Hcnsatmnsl Jorrrnal . rnbhtcdofl the Amincaa continent. JJf JJE J 1 Blehard K. FeXf FrsaUlii Sqtrr, ?; Jqrk. 1 ship M of rantfe :k. and the s,Mithwrst ipiaite r : QKATKKUI of sertioii'.TIiilowiisliipir.M.f raurii--. 1 . , Which said eimvryaiiee was niaile In tr..st to JT Tj Tj V t-COMFOKTINsi;. EPPS'S COCOA! secure tbe navmeiit of a rerialu noie 111 s.n 1 i.leed of tnist desrnlo-il :.md wlure.is.iiriauii 1 has been made in the pavue nt of said iioteaud - '. . . . .I........... .i..u- llivn-lini- I III.- 111! I ilersi-iml trustee, lu'pursiialier of said nnvi ..,5v A tbnrot'itli knowlclce ol tbe iialiiril 1 .. T. . ..1.1 1,. r,it -toil nl tin r. oto-si ill . '..i.,.i, .,,....,1 fit., oirf-rations of lllit.stloll In- lemil bolder of said note aforesaid, willm ',., ..urii'bu, and bv a careful application of IJKUAKKAST. belwee kMJhe fore, . ,, olerlehe ni..t five o'rlm k in the '"'"'"Z'Auiil l i. uv l.."v .bs'tors' bill. I lb IVeludi- ,-ee.l to sell the a hove desrrj !. I prop rty. t. H i-- inah-tieT fn.llrae. public veo. I..h.-lilehe.tl. I. r, jea; . ,dmls id subtle iiul.idbarrfl.,tli;i:aroiii..l I-'rlhepuri-e-eM.tr.sedlBal ' , silUrk b.n-.rthi-re s? weak ALill.itri Oi-I Kl.u, lrune. ,., w ,...- ,s-aiie maiw nf.ilal shall by f-lljtstJxCi.;revwt -.-ST.eosresreisaeuiiir of youth. CTre mas of mind sad body; rspreoss lte.illlr. Bpieal bluuSim. MtcI-f-M. . - fcowerf al nf-r.ua ioeirfwal4.V sad re!ir 111. srlf bius fro jliklM UHit. 1X1 . UumiA. SlUS - LreinhK iMir.i.is writ l.wliflrtl with IMir" bhsiit ami a proiierlv iiomi-luil fraine. ivll Service la7rttr. Slade simpb- oilli IkiiIiiiit water or k. SoM only i liaifc.wjiii.1 iih. ny t:rocers.l.ilN-li.-.l thus: JAS'Krf LPirsAI.O oi:j.M-oji.i(lir'CjM-i)iisJs, i..i .li.rJuslalld.