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FERRY FIRED UPON.
Attempt to Assassinate the Ex Premier of Franco. Shot at Thrice in the Chamber of Deputies and Wounded. M. Jales Ferry, ex-Premier of France, was tired at three times Saturday afternoon by a man in the lobby ofthe French Chamber of Deputies. Thre was great excitement in and - around the g3ernment buildings. M. Ferry was shot by a man who gave his name a-s Auliertin. The assassin appeared in the hal of the Chamber of Deputies and aked to see both M. Yvry and M. (tablet. M. f tablet did not respond to Aubertin's request for an in terview, but M". Kerry did, and on his ap pearance Aubertin drew a revolver and fired three tims at him. The would-be assis-iin is fifty-two years oM. with short, wiry, grizzly blonde hair and beard. His surname is Ilerckheim. He is the son of a email ironmaster near Met z, who, failing in business, hnnged himself. Auber tin has been all over Euro- and is a Jack of all trades, discovering singu lar adaptability to new situations and elasticity underVicissitudes. He has patented man y inventions, published school I xks, been u music-hall bard, a maker of stained glass itauftt, a man-milliner, a photographer, and lately a professional blackmailer. His murderous attempt was made at 3 r. u. Aubertin got hold of a card of Academi cian Ilerve, and snt it to M. Ferrj with written in his own hand a few introductory word", as if f rom M. Herve. Therewith was a slip of paper on which was: "A Lorrainr dewires a short conversation and l-gs you will come to speak with him. M. Ferry was walking in the lobby with two friends when the message was brought to him. Quitting them, he went to the round lobby when) the stranger awaited him. M. Ferry, who has-len the mn:4 unjvjpular man in France eince theTonquin mishaps, has not j for many weeks dared to venture into the public lobby, but, by arrangement with the questors, meets acquaintances in the rotunda. ioing thither he met M. itevillon, who said: i " You're"sought for yonder." Thereupon Mathieu, the head usher, ran up j to M. Ferry, warning him of a sinister pre- I sentiment he had about the stranger. rotat ing to the round-room Mathieusaid: "Don't go there," but wastallel oft? before he could say more. M. Ferry, unheeding, proceeded and entered the round room, stepped forward, saying: "lam the person wanting you. to show you a letter and mmphlet. Aubertin I am come He proceeded to the chair in the corner, on which lay t portfolio, and fumbled therein for a sealed letter, which he handed to the statesman. M. Ferry went to a window and was opening the envelope when the stranger drew nigh to him and lwiie fired aslant in the heart region. Rapidly perceiving that the wound had not been mortal or even disabling the weapon being only a flimsy plaything he shot M. Ferry in .he forehead near . the temple, but the ball glanced olf without fracturing the bone. e the fourth shot could be discharged the orowd from the great lobby came rushing in. The assassin was collared and fearfully beaten and mauled. He seemed nothing daunted and cried out to his assailants: 44 1 am a liorrainer! I have avenged Lor rai no and am happy!" M. Ferry, blanched like a corpse, reeling and tearing open his wa:stcoat, exclaimed: 'I am not seriously injured," and staggered forward like ohm drunken. He was kept from fallen by four colleagues. A medi cal deputy took off his "clothes to in vest igat-the wounds and found them slight in character. He was conveyed to a hospital. The following day his wounds weresomevdiat Jivorse. The attempt upon M. Verry lif-j reated the wildofct excitement throughout France; nd from tteing the most unpopular man in the country he suddenly became a hero in the eyes of thousands of Frenchmen. Jules Ferry was born in- 1S-S2 at St. Die, France. Ho was very poor, and had great struggles to acquiro an education. He went to I'aris in ISTA a lawyer, 'and began a po litical career. He joined a band of young lawyers, and aided the Deputies to maintain a constant opposition upon the Empire. In 18G3 he published a pamphlet called "The Electoral Contest." which made him famous and influential. In 1870, after tho proclamation of the third Republic, M. Ferry was appointed one of the members of the new (lovernment. Ho also !ecamo Mayor of Paris. Had he leen caught during the" Commune he would have been executed. After a brief career at Athens he broke the Cabinet, and later was made Prime Minister by President Hrevy. Recently he was a for midable candidate for the Presidency, but -as defeated by Sadi-Carnot. PRICES OF PBODUOTS, (Vig;ure From the Affricnltural De partment's IJeport, The December statistical report of the De - partment of Agriculture relates mainly to farm prices of agricultural products. The average value of corn is4-S.S cents per bushel, against 36.0 last year and 3J.8 in ISSo. In I SSI it was (uSf when the estimated product was l,l'M,lMfT000 bushels. The difference is largely due to a general depression of values. The prices respectively in 1S1 and 1SS7 are 'd and 4S in Ohio, 00 and l. in Indiana, oS and 41 in Illinois, 44 and 31 in Iowa, ('. and ;rr in Missouri, -VS and 07 in Kansas, ani "'. nnd ."0 in Nebraska. I'rices in the (Julf States average" lower than last year, resulting from a nearly full homo supply. In the At lantic states prices of home-grown corn are only slightly advanced. The average value of wheat is 00 cents, only three mills higher than the average last year. It is S2 in New York, 01 in Pennsyl vania, 74 in Michigan, 73 in Ohio, 72 inlndi :ina, 70 in Illinois, 04 in Wisconsin, 02 in Missouri, 81 in Iowa and Kansas. "'. in Min nesota, 53 in Nebraska and 52 in Dakota, . The average for outs is 3.7 cents, against .S last year, Jiarley averages instead of 53 last year. Buckwheat 50.1, or 1.7 cents higher than last year. The cere.il averages for the entire country differ very slightly from those of last year, except as to corn. The value of potatoes is greatly enhanced, being .OS 5 cents against 45 last year. It is higher than for seven years, except in 1SI. The value of hay is much increased. It aver ages ?1.34 per ton, against $7.30 last year. The advance has been in the drought area of the West. Cotton 'values are about half a cent higher than in December last. The average planta tion prices by States are as follows: 8.7 cents Ier pound for the States of the Atlantic act; 0.0 for Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana; S.5 lor Tennessee and Arkansas, and n.3 for Texas. The citizens of Urich., Mo., are excited )ver a big coal find near them. Thirty -five feet below the surface a six-foot vein of the I -est cannel coal has been struck, and seven - car loads which were put on the market at Kansas City fetched twenty-four ceata a THE NEWS SUMMABY. Fa at em and Middle State. 3 on Most, the New York Anarchist leader, found guilty of using language de signed to break the peace at a recent meet ing, has been sentenced to one year's im prisonment; but a stay of proceeding ha? teen granted pending an appeal to a higher Court. The schooner Nell errell, bound from Baltimore to Wareham, Mass., collided otT the New Jersey -ox-t with the steamer Al giers, and wa sunk. The steward an 1 two men were lost. The table glassware workers of Pittsburg, Penn., struck against the rules adopted by the manufacturers. Every factory hut oue was closed, and 3,500 men were idle. South and West. There is danger of a coal famine alt over Minnesota, and coal is 10a ton, with pros pect of a large advance when the blizzards come. A fire at Portsmouth, Ohid. destroyed the Buckeyo Flouring Mills. M. W. Anderson the owner, and a fireman were killed and three other firemen dangerously injured. The skeleton of a man eight feet four inches high has leen unearthed at Nogales, Arizona. It is thought the skeleton was one of the pre historic men whose monuments of industry still adorn the Territory's plains and valleys. Three colored men were hanged near Rives, Tenn. , by a cro wd of citizens for as saulting a ten-year-old girL Grand Master Workman Powderly has suspended two Chicago Knights of Ia bor Assemblies for insubordination. The Governor of Ohio s?nt State troops to Fairview to suppress threatened trouble among iron ore handlers. A gang of ten train robbers has been cap tured in Texas. Ten leaders of thn striking ore handlers at Fairport, Ohio, were arrested and taken to Painesville on the charge of inciting to riot. One man was instantly killed and seven were seriously injured by the fall of a scaf fold near Alton, id. As a passenger train approach Geneva, a small town in Miller County, Ark., at seven o'clock the other evening, three m "it loarded the train and two miles east of the station rang down the brakes and, entering the ex press car, robbed the safe of its contents. A Dallas (Texas) inventor has an electric fish line which kills a fish as it seizes the hook, and at the same time rings a b?il on shore. In the stomach of a blue heron shot by Charles Smith at Burcr Hill, Ohio, were found forty-seven carp. From their appearance they constituted but one meal. A vein of coal four feet thick has been dis covered near Blanstown, Iowa. Washington. The Wool Growers 'and Wool Dealers of the United States, in annual session at Wash ington, passed resolutions of remonstrance against the President's Message, because,they claim, it was an attack upon their industry. A general Christian conference, under the auspices and direction of the Evangelical Alliance for the United States, of which William E. Dodge, of New York, is Presi dent, has just been held at Washington. Many prominent clergymen and laymen from all of the Evangelical denominations in this country were present. The Republican National Committe-3 pub lished an address to the voters of the country announcing the preparations for the next convention. The delegates of the Evangelical Alliance called in a body at the White Hous3 and were received by the President and Mrs. Cleveland. Rev. Dr. Burchard was among the visitors. Mr. Cleveland made a short address to the delegates. There are thirty -eight widows of revolu tionary soldiers on the pension lists. An effort will be made in the present Con gress to reduce letter postage to one cent. Judge Snell. of the police court in Wash ington fined George W. Harvey, a restaur ateur, $100 for refusing to -serve a colored lawyer named Hewlett. Harvey took an ap peal. Chairmen of the Senate Committees, as appointed by the Republican caucus, are: Appropriations, Allison; Commerce, Frye; Finance, Morrill; Foreign Relations, Sher man; Judiciary, Edmunds: Pensions, Davis; Public Lands, Plumb; Agriculture and For estry, Palmer; Education and Labor, Blair; Postofiices, Sawyer; Civil Service and Re trenchment, Chace. Foreign. 31. Car.vot haa been installed as President of Franco in the Ely see Palace, and M. Gob let has formed a new Cabinet. Gold in largo quantities has Ixsen discov ered in Wales. James G. Blajne, in an interview at Paris with a New York Tribune representative, made a long argument against President Cleveland's Message recommendations re specting free trade and the surplus Mr. Blaine thinks the tax on tobacco should be repealed at once; that on whisky should be retained and the surplus used to fortify our seacoast. It is now declared that the Crown Prince of Germany's throat trouble is not hopeless; he may entirely recover. About 15,000 eigarmakers are on strike in Havana, Cuba. An attempt was made at Halifax, Nova Scotia, to blow up one of the principal forts. Serious damage was done. Great excitement prevailed among the soldiers. EEOESS APPOINTMENTS. A Lonj? Iiist Sent to the Senate by tho President. The President has sent to the Senate a long list of appointments made during the recess of Congress, including those of tho following Ministers to foreign governments: Oscar S. Strauss of New York to Turkey, Alex. R. Lawton of Georgia to Austria-Hungary, Bay less W. Hanna of Indiana to the Argentine Republic, S. S. Carlisle of louisi ana to Bolivia. Consuls General Jared L. Rathbone, of California, at Paris; Chariton H. Way, of Georgia, at St. Petersburg ; D. L. Iringle, of Soutn Carolina, at Constantinople; H. 31. Sewell of Maine, at Apia. There are also several Secretaries of Lega tion, a large number of Consuls, G. Browne Goode to le Fish Commissioner. Leigh W. Reed of Virginia to be Assistant Register of the Treasury, four Collectors of internal rev enue, ten Collectors of customs, a number of appraisers and special examiners in the cus toms service, promotion in the revenue ma rine service, two supervisors of steam vessels, and the following Postmasters: William W. Fisk. Athol, Mass. : Frank A. Campbell, Woonsocket.R. L; Louisa T. Long, Greenville, Ala. ; James W. White, Koscius ko, Miss. ; Louis E. Humrichouse, Dighton, Kan.; William W. Thielkeld. Scott, Kan.; Herbert Battenberg, Haysprings. Neb.; Frank Pay, Benkleman, Neb. ; William S. 3Iarrow,Nashville, 111. ; Hugh C. Armstrong, Noesbo. Ma 1 SUMMARY OF CONGBESS. ! v Senate Proceeding . 3d Dat. A letter from the Interior De ; partment was read, asking for an appropria- tion of 77,4'J5 to complete the publication of j the final report of the census of 1SS0, four of j the twenty-two volumes being still uncom ! pleted. Laid on the table. .. .After the pre sentation of several other communications I from bead3 of departments and the Court of ; Claims, and some business of minor irajort j ance, the Senate adjourned. The House was noi in season. 4th Day. After the reading of the jour nal and the presentation of a few Department communications the Senato. on motion of 3Ir. Farwell, adjourned without transacting any further business. 5th Da v. The new list of Committees was adopted as reported by Mr. Hoar A large number of miscellaneous iietitions were received, and among the bills introduced were the following: By Mr. Dawes To grant lands in severalty to Indians in Dakota; Mr. Beck For the Lssue of coin certificates; Mr. Dolph To reform the land law3; Mr. Bo wen To provide a new basis of national bank circulation: 3Ir. Aldrieh To apply the Treasury surplus to purchasing bonds; Messrs. Hoar, Sawj-er and 3Iitchell To amend the Alien Land act; 3Ir. Turpie To admit Montana and New 3Iexico into the Union; 3Ir. Far well Prohibiting immigration of convicts, paujiers, idiots or insane persons; Mr. Dolph Appropriating $12 !.377,M)!) for seacoast defenses; 31r. Eustis To provide for a joint celebration at Washington in lsv.i by the sixteen American republics in honor of the centennial Constitution of the parent repub lic the. United States. It provides for a Commission of nino memlers to make ar rangements for the celebration, and appro priates 3 0,000 for expenses : 3Ir. EdmuruLs To provide for the establishment of a postal telegraph; 3Ir. Vance To amend the Civil Service, act; 3Ir. Manderson Granting a pension for every soldier and sailor who is incapacitated for the performance of manual lalior, and for pensions to dependent rela tives of deceased soldiers and sailors. (He said that he introduced the bill at the unanimous request of the Executive Com mittee of the Grand Armyof the Republic) .... 31r. Butler offered a resolution, which was adopted, for the appointment of a select com mittee of five to inquire into the advisability and practicability of establishing and main taining a postal telegraph .... 31 rl Hall offered a resolution providing for the appointment of a select committee of seven to examine fully into the present condition of the civil service in all its branches . . .Executive session. Cth Day. The bill to refund he direct tax to the States was unanimously reported favorably from the Finance Committee 3Ir. Hoar introduced the Constitutional Amendment to change the date of inaugura tion day to April 3 ) Bills introduced: By 3Ir. Cullom To anpnd tho Inter-State Com merce law and to establish a postal telegraph: Mr. Reagan Providing for an international silver coinage commission: Mr. Ingalls To remove the limitation in the payment of ar rears of pensions 3Ir. Piatt offered a reso lution to amend the rules so that hereafter the Senate shall consider and act upon treaties and Executive nominations in open session, except when otherwise ordered. Re ferred to the Committee on Rules. House Proceedings. 3d Day. The Speaker laid before the House the annual reports of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney-General and of the Clerk of the House The Com mittee on Mileage was announced.... The House adjourned after the introduction of a few resolutions relating to amendment of the rules. 4th Day. The Speaker called upon 3Ir. Crisp to preside, and requested the House to appoint a Committee of Elections. He stated that the early election of this commit tee would greatly facilitate the appointment of the other committees .... A resolution was adopted providing that the House will the next day proceed to the election of the Com mittee on Elections, and the House then ad journed. 5th Day. A large number of executive communications were laid before the House by the Speaker and appropriately referred; and then at 12:10 the House took a recess until 1 o'clock. After the recess, Mr. Cannon ( 111. ) offered a resolution declaring that the fol lowing named gentlemen shall constitute the Committee on Elections: 31essrs. Crisp, O'Ferrali, Outhwaite, Barrj-, 3Iaish, Heard, Johnson of North Carolina O'Neill of Indi ana, 3Ioore, Rowell, Honk, Cooper, Lyman, Johnson of Indiana, and Lodge. The reso lution was unanimously adopted. The Speaker, having resumed" the chair, directed all papers in the various contested election cases to be referred to the Committee just elected, and then the House adjourned for two days. Evem reckoning makes lastiDg friends, and the way to make reckonings even is to make them often. THE MARKETS. NEW YORK. 49 Beef, good to prime 5 7 Calves, common to prime.... 8 11 Sheep 0 Lambs 7X& Hogs Live 5 6 Dressed 7 & 1)i Flour Ex. St. , good to fancy 3 70 g 5 25 West, good to choice fiJ 5 25 Wheat No. 2 Red 8J Hv State 5t 5S Barlev State 2 4 85 Com Ungraded 3Iixed.... 04 Oats White State 37(3 Sil Mixed Western S'J 40 Hay Med. to prime 75 i0 Straw No. 1, Rve 70 ($ 75 Lard City Steam 7 50 7 s5 Butter State Creamery.... 26 ($ 2s Dairy 16 Qt 27 West. Im. Creamery 18 (? 2-" Factory 14 (? 23 Cheese State Factory 10 1 Skims 4 Western ... 1 Wxi Eggs State and Penn 24 (y 27 BUFFAIjO. Steers Western 3 25 3 75 Sheep Good to Choice 4 00 4 40 Lambs Western 5 00 (5 5 50 Hogs Good to Choice Yorks 5 20 3 5 30 Flour Familv 4 75 $ 5 15 Wheat No. 1 8o !0 Corn No. 2, Mixed bl 5S Oats No. 2, Mixed 33 Barley State 72 (& 85 BOSTOIT. Beef Good to choi ce 'Hjfe Hogs Live 5li';3 6 Northern Dressed. ... GJ 7V Pork Ex. Prirao,per bbL..17 00 tfl 50 Flour Spring Wheat pat's.. 4 70 (4 05 Corn High Mixed. (i 56; Oats Extra White 36 36 Rye State 00 65 .VATEHTOWX (MASS.) CATTLi I MARKET. Beef Dressed weight. 5l 53 Sheep Live weight S1 4 Lambs 5 5 Hogs Northern C C; PHILADELPHIA. Flour PentLextra family... 2 75 3 S7 Wheat No. 2, Red SJ SU'-J Corn State Yellow Ct 5S Oats 3Iixel 37 38 Rye State 523(t$ 53 Butter - Creamerv Extra... 30 g 31 Cheeso N. Y. Full Cream.. 12 BUFFALO BILL A PRO AD t A I.lttU the CbT Thiak mt it. The successof "our own" Buffalo Bill TV. F. Cody in England is very gratifying to his thousands of admirers on this side. There was more truth than many imagined in his reply ttbe inquiry: "What are you doing in England T ''Chiefly playing rokr with Duches-vs.7 The English nobility quickly "cottoned to" Buffalo Bill, because they r-.gnirei that he belonged to a higher order than their own Nature s nobility. IVspite his wild life hm early managed to ai-ouire an education and the polish which malces him easy even in royal society. His polish. is the bitter fruit, it is said, of a young love experience. When a young man on the plains, wild, woolly and unkempt in appearance and character, ha fell in love with a dashing little srhol teacher. Full of pluck and faith in himself, he proposed to her. She laughd at him and be eol'apsed- After a time he braced up, bought some Dooks, ana began to study. His defeat proved his victory. The girl was his mascot, and his successes are due to her. Magnificent specimens of manhood though thev be 'Bill's boys' are not perfection. Under date: "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Co., London, Sept. 1!. 1SS7." D. W. Shoemaker of the Cowboy Band, writes: "Some weeks ago I was suffering from great disorder of i the liveraud kidneys and general prostration. I was forced to quit work and take my bed. I calltd in a physician, who only afforded temporary relief. A friend induced me U take Warner's safe cure, which afforded almost instant relief, and after taking three bottles, I find myself in as g- i health as at any time in my life." Two other members of the Wild West show, Ma we Beardsley, pony express rider, and Jim Mitchell, a cowlx'iy. add to this statement of Shoemiker's. that in their long experience on the plains, from change of water, climate and mode of life, and severe riding, they became subject to liver and kidney diseases, and they have found a sure remedy for these troubles in Warner's safe cure. Ma we Beardsley says: 4I constantly recommend it to my friends."' Buffalo Bill has pluck and courage arid hard sense, and not only controls all the wild elements that make up the Wild West show, but controls himlf. His experience as a scout makes him wary, discreet and shrewd. He quickly learns tho best way to secure results, and, like a true man, has no prejudice against anything that proves its merits. Buffalo Bill is so popular in England he may come home a Sir William." But if not he wili probably enjoy himself quite as well, having secured a fortune ample enough for all liis wo.na t-ir-la If A Queer Tesl of Strength. Years ago when I lived in Michigan, saysa correspondent, the sport or test of strength known as finger pulling was no uncommon contest among so called ath letes. Indeed, it became quite as popu lar as sprinting or -wrestling at the present time, and the champion linger puller was regarded with very much the same admiration now entertained for a crack baseball player. One man at Saginaw had never known defeat and was cock champion of the Northwest. The contests were conducted by each man gripping the other's fingers in the manner known to children as 'butcher's grip," the winner being he who pulled out his adversary's fingers to their natural position. Finally some one imported a Canadian Indian to strive against the Saginaw champion, and he was a re doubtable antagonist, for he had met with an accident that had crippled his .tight hand, the tendons of the fingers being contracted so that they could not be opened without breaking them. Well, the struggle came, but the Indian did not win, for the Saginaw man braced himself and pulled so hard that he actual ly pulled the Canadian's fingers by the roots. This is a true story, and one, I think, not generally known to profes sionals of muscular tendencies. Signatures hy Photograph. A strong evidence of youthful vanity, says the New York Mail an Erjrres, is the fact of pasting a miniature likeness of the writer at the bottom of a letter where the signature properly belong;. An up town stationer has received many, orders for letter and note paper to be engraved at the bottom of the sheet in this manner : Yours very truly, The square marks tho place where the likeness of the writer is to go. A photo grapher in the same neighborhood told, a reporter that he was doing a large busi ness in miniatures. My patrons are mostly young people," he said. They are very particular about every little detail of the picture, and order as many as ten and twenty dozen at x time. The photographs are about the size of an ordinary postage stamp, and are gummed upon the back. Some order their pictures finished in colors. It takes considerable time and skill to paint them satisfactorily, and they are consequently expensive; but such is the vanity of my patrons that they do not hesitate at cost. A Cnrioas Dcfoj-jyii-. A seven-year-old child of Herman Myers, a few miles southeast of Waits burg, Washington Territory, died a few days ago. The child had from its in fancy, doubtless, been dead to all the five senses hearing, smelling, tasting, feel ing and seeing. It never walked, stood nor sat nor even attempted to yet it grev physically all the time, and at the period of its death was as tall a ordinary c hildren of its age. It never in any way helped itself, nor attempted to. It would eat what was put in its mouth,and when ever food was put there. Its eyes were as bright a3 ever seen, but they seemed to be useless. It showed no signs of life at any time, except that it breathed, ate and digested its food. 1 hr Lendlne Fralnre of the Youth's Companion Announcement for ! jxit putM5nel are its six illutrated Serial Stories, by Trowbridge. Stephen, and others, its two hundred Short Stories and Tales of Ad venture, it? articles hy eminent writers, in rludincr the It'frht Hon. Wm. E. Ciladstone, Prof. TyTidall. Jen. I.ni Wclah-y. Ixmi.-a M. Alcott, Gen. Ueorge Crook, and one hundrct other popular; author. The Companion has two Million lttader a veelf Everv furzrAv hhoTild t-ake ir. By tendinis your subcrij'tion now. j itii juu iu receive it iree to J a IX. I, lfa, and a full year's subscription from that date. A r RM1 1 NEN T KERCIT A NT WRIT KS. t I v mm nwad t KwTnUi I.0 I m rv 1,1 fe t - WORTHntJ.K, N. Y.. SV. 9. ;7 Jr. Ki7niT, JVir .ir I wrot yrn rr. jjjo about my av.without the I-at faith yon could do anythi-'tf for m. m I hvl mix ! " if rent phrsirfa and got no rclirf.And w.i. r peatedly told that I con d not b enr f, j was b uind to keep trying as lon a 1 O ' 4, i was mittn i) my wuc u w rn- j t'i .tint case, a I did in th prin?. You r.:o tn try your Swamn-Uoot Kidney, Lircran ! ! j derc-ure. I ucd it asdirctfd and th was before I had taken the third ltt! I : entirely cured, ana nave been gamine since. My case was a Hemorrhace of the :.vi- der, wh eh had been draining my life f.-r ! f years, aim I can say to-uay tnat l c n ear. ; and work letter than I hare before in t. - years. Isayd bless oo, and may tl.. i fiicted do as I have done. Swam?-i: : and be healed. Yours truly, j GEO. I). MACOMI'Ki ! Don't neglect early symptom. At ilnw, fl.OOper bottle, 6 bottles $ .00. or byexj r. J Dr. Kilmer & Co , BlnghAmton, N". Y. : y '.. ' A Bi)Ol)-nEi) owl wa- raucht in !h j near Jacksonville, 111., the other da . It: only one of the kind ever seen in th .r. "The play's the thin. Wherein 111 rear h the conscience of Ji ;;n . An 1 equally trne is it that Ir. Pi. r, "Pleasant Purgativ. Pe lets" (the original .,. tie Liver Pilb are the m-t effectual miir.i th it can be used to reach th peat of ii-.-t.w, cleansing the boweLi and stem, and a.H-U'jn.; nature in herrecuperative work. By dnuSu. In Michicin two bucks that had th- ir h. .-:. loc ked so that they could not get upurt u-ri ; killed by hunters recently. I Any Small Hoy. with it lir. j can kill a ti?rr.if the tier happn to ! f..ui-t when only a little cub. con mmpii n. tj.v. ! deadliest "and iJ.osr feare I of di .-, u ih; countrv, can assuredly ' r.miuor'd and :.w stroyed if Dr. Pierce's "''. dtn Medical ! covery" be employed early. A C.u.ifokma tramp set tire to a lot of r ui i road ties in order that he might be son? ta ; Mate prison and learn a trade. The "Favorite Prescription" of Dr. P.. cures " emale weakness" and kindred a? tions. By druggists. 3- AccoKniNG to President. Willi mor h )Ti TO per cent of the graduate of .Michigan i lege have become farmers Consumption Surelr Cured. To the Editor: Please inform your re". m that J have a positive remedy for the ,il,u named disease. By its timely use thousand-, i f hopeless cases have teen permanently cured. shall be triad to send two bottleH of mv rem.-djr FREE to any of your readers who have n Bumption if they will send me their Kxpre and P. O. address. Bespertfully. T. A. SLOCUM. M.C.. Ml Pari t.. N. V. "Taylov's Hospital Cure" is a io-itive. piqu ant and painles remedy for Catarrh. Sen "3 ten day's trial. If it does not meet the retiu,-.-ments the money will he returned. Adre-s. City Hall Pharmacy, 311 B'way, New Yi.rK. Free pamphlet. RovALJtLi'E'mpndi anything! Broken hl na, (HaB, Wood. Free Vials at Drugs V fin-.. I7e Submit Facts In regard to Ilood't Sarsapirllla a a remedy fr rheumatism, and ask you if you ore AfflioU-il with this disease to try the medicine which has so grratly benefited others. Hundreds of people who sufr1 the tortures of rheumatism ereu In lt nevert forms, have been perfectly cured by IIix1 sar parilla, the gnMt blood purlfler. It curre t Hi acidity of the blool, which 1h the eaane of tli ease, and glvea strength and Tlifr to eery part the body. Send for. book contalaing kUUmnu cures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all drujrsrlst. ; nix for $1. lreparel only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Axtt!iecarl.)A, Lowell. M.m. IOO Dosos Ono Dollar KIDDER'S A SURF. cmiC FOR INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. Orer fjmo Physirlans har vot u their approval f DIOESTYLIN, savin that it Is th bet pr-i.triloa for Indigestion that they have vrr uset. We hae never heard of a rase of Pyepep.ta whr DIOESTYLIN was taken that was not eui-1. FOB CHOLERA INFANTUM. IT WILL CTTRK THK M(HT AWRAVATEtH'A'ft IT WILL. STP VOMITI.Vf IN IT.KONAVV IT WILL nKLlKVK CO.V.VI f P.M 1C: Fer Summer Complaint Jit Chronto ilarih which are the direct, renulti of lmterfet jIu.m-j wi. DKJKSTYLIN will effect an Immediate cure. Take DYOESTYLIV for ail pallia aad dinor'lem 4 the smnach ; they all come front Intlltk-.n. Ak your drufylt for DIOESTYLIN iprl e fl p-r Ftrj botUe). If he does not hare It eul n lr,llar in u and we will send a bottle to you. xprrji j.r-rl l. Do not healtate to aend Tnr money. Ovs lioaM ta reliable. Established twenfv Are years. M , WM. F. KIDAEK'd' CO., Manufartnrhn Che mlnu,M3 John M.. . Y . N Y X U-49 MARVELOUS DISCOVERY. Wholly nnllke artificial fiyniein. Any book learned In one reading. Recommended by Mark Twin, Kk iokd Prottt.r, the SclentUt, Hon. W. VV. Ar.n, J id h P. hr.J Mis, Dr. Minor. Ac. Clas of lr Col urn Ma. Law v.'J dentx ; 2.W at Mertden ; at Nnrw,-h ; at Oivnia College: two classes of ei-h at Yale; t at U'i Terslty of Penn, Phila. ; fl at Wellealey CVllece. nJ three lare classes at ('baUuqua Unlrerilty, Prospectus post fkee from PROF. LOISETTK. KUth New Tor. 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