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THE OMAHA DAILY BEK : SATURDAY. MAY 14 , 1887.
GRAND OUTLOOK FOR CROPS , A General Rain Throughout tha State Proves of Incalculable Valuei LINCOLN'S ' CRIMINAL RECORD. 1'ollco Court Case * Which Have liccn Tried During tin ; I'ast Year Con- nldcrnblo Property Dnmngctl By Wntor. IFIIOM TIIK nr.r.'s i.tNcot.jf nunnA.tr.1 The recent twelve to eighteen hour's rain lias boon Kotiur.il nil over eastern , central and southern Nebraska. Advices from point ? along the line of the H. & M. confirm this statement , and arrivals in the city from points north of the Pintle conlinn further that generous loc.il rains have prevailed there in the past two days. With every announce ment of rain from different section ? comes also Muttering reports concerning the coining crop , which is already well out of the ground in many localities. That rain was badly needed , especially in eastern Nebraska , was a well-known fact that people who traveled did not full to note , and a prominent grain man of Lincoln , who has largo elevator inter ests out on the road , Baid to the HEE that to eastern Nebraska the rain was of incalculable benolit. Tims far this sea- BOII the western part of the state , and especially the now country in the northwest - . west , has boon the recipient of more moisture than the eastern section , and the present has been a grand equaliza tion all over the state that starts the prospect of a bountiful harvest under very favorable circumstances. During the past week tlio grand lodge A. O. U. W. called together representa tives from over lifty counties in the state , nnd a round of inquiry from among most nf them brought the statement that with tlio exception of lack of rain nothing was wanted to make the prospect the brlghest possible for crops of every chara cter. The rain having come , it is ti safe prediction that Nebraska never had a more promising outlook for a prosperous year than at the present time. Inquiries from these rep resentatives from different sections of the state , with ncareol" an exception , brought fortli the fact that the acreage planted was largely increased. Es pecially is this true in regard to the contra ! and western sections of thn state , aud in tlio eastern part it will be in ad vance of the uvorago. A consideration of the magnitude of the immigration to Nobntskaii year ago , and the territory puoncd by now lines of railway , will sat isfy nny that tlio increase in ccroals in tlio state the present year will bo beyond precedent. KIUMIN'AL STATISTICS. A short time ago a gentleman from Now York City wag in Lincoln collecting criminal statistics in line with tike worK in all the principal cities ot the union. The especial use to which they would be put was not stated , but they are to bo published In connection with ether sta tistical matter of interest and importance. The gentleman , during the two days he passed in Lincoln in securing his figures , paid the city the compliment that few others of its size if any exceeded it in the light number of cnmoa for a period covering the year. The statistics of crime wore largely gathered from the police court record , nml tlio state ment , us taken away by the gatherer for 1831 , was as follows : .Drunkards , 570 ; prostitutes , 280 ; drunk and disorderly. 210 ; violating health reg ulations , 71 ; disorderly conduct and lighting , 100 ; vagrancy , 03 ; gamblers , 03 ; larceny , 41 ; assault and battery , 31 ; run- Rways , 15 ; carrying concealed weapons , 14 ; burglaries , ID ; obtaining money under false pretenses , 0 ; resisting officers , 4 ; robbery , 3 ; jumping board bills. 4 ; house- breaking. 4 ; forgery , 3 ; adultery , 13 : passing counterfeit money , 3 ; concealing stolen goods , 3. Mayhem , rape , pick pockets , soiling liquor Sundays , ombcz zlomont and like crimes were represented in very few figures. These tire crimes that wore tried by the municipal author ities , and do not include justice and county court cases. 1UMAOES HY WATElt. The heavy rain of Thursday afternoon and night caused a breakage in the old eower along the alloy back of O Street at Twelfth. This breakage Hooded the excavation and foundati9n work of the Burr block to a depth of six foot , and nil day yesterday two lira engines were employed in pumping it out. It was feared for a time that the foundation work already done would bo ruined , and in the night fears wore entertained that the four-story Baldwin block adjoining would suffer. In the excitement parties rooming in this block preferred to move out. A largw number of collars were illoded upon adjacent property. The estimated damage is 41,200 , divided between A. D. Guiles , furniture.150 ; S. 0. Elliott , crockery , fSOO : E. O. Downs , furniture , f 100 ; Rum- moll's grocery , $100 : Stoughton's wall paper house , $100 ; Balrd Bros. . 1100 , and other parties iu loss amount. The damage - ago to the foundation of the Uurr block is not known nt the present lima. ABOUT THE CITY. The funeral of T. P. Quick yesterday was well attended , and many others * would have been present but for the de cidedly threatening weather. The floral decorations wore many and elegant , among them being a largo pillow , sur mounted with a llpral hat , all the gift of the boys in the lire department. The Knights of Pythias lodges also orosented two elegant floral pieces emblematic of the order. The work of cleaning the city progresses - grosses , and an excellent example was furnished yesterday by the police calling John lauiels ) into court , who previously Ihitly refused to clean his promises. Ho was lined $5 and costs , whinh ho paid. The governor and board of public lands and buildings goes to Hastings to morrow to view the proposed location for the asylum of incurable insane. Austin Humphrov suffered a bad acci dent at bis wholesale implement house , Thursday afternoon. Ho foil over a truck , splitting his under ill ) and making two false teeth a future necessity. The county superintendents' meeting convened with the state superintendent yesterday at 3 p. m. Only a few super intendents had arrived at the hour set , off . ill. UI lUlllttIlt | W ' * 0. Hooloy , of Sautultirs. The sheritVof lirowu county ye.-itorilay troiiKht to the iusano its.vlum Lewis Hob- erls , who was a former inmate but dis charged us cured. lie was violent } ' i n- tano when returned to the hospital. Senator Confer , of Sherman. K. G. Carna and Attorney Norral , of Sownrd , yvero among the parties from out in the tate at Lincoln yesterday. F w People E o po the taint of scrofula in the blood. With many it is hereditary ; but it may also bo Required from want of air or lack ot ex ercise , from improper food , or any cause which brines about weakness of the body i nd imparity of the blood. The disease f is characterized by runnlne ; sores , ab- 1 ecossos. swellings , enlarged joints , sore Djfis. etc. No medicine has been so sue- cuAsful in curing scrofula as Hood's Sar- laparilla. Thu most terrible running sores Gradually disappear under the pur- fyiiiK.ind strpnjjtlioninE Inlhiences of thlj Kreat niodicine. If you are a sutler- < ; r from scrofula , anil deslro more evi dences as , to thu woutiorful success of llood's bursaparllla send to C. I , Hood it Co. , Lowell , Mas ? . , for a book contain ing many remarkeblc cures. ! ' ! Kin ) ANI PA It M. The Pittsburg Stockman : It somctimca happens that the sow's milk docs not How freely at once after farrowing ; but with proper care of her in three or four days the How of milk will bosulliuicnt for the demand of the litter , lint while tlio supply is short it will bu best to give the pigs feed by hand. "Klch milk sweetened with coarse sugar and fed with a spoon" will make a safe ration. When sucking pigs have had the scours and the disease is checked it will require much care to prevent n recurrence of thu trouble. They must have a dry bed , and when they return to their feed caution must bo used that they do not overfeed. If slops bo used it must bo in sparing quantities and without any acidity ; and to absorb tlio acidity of the stomachs it would bo well to have some Hour or middlings where they can get it. If the Hour bo browned or scorched it will bo all the better. The young pigs will usually take their first taste of food from the trough with their mother. When it is noticed that they are beginning to cat it is time to fix a feeding place for them , a small placu close to the bed partitioned oil' , arranged so that they can pass into the inclosuro at will. And it would be well to place this in closure in n spot that the pigs frequent each day , so that they will go into it moro readily. In the inclosuro ihould bo placed a small trough witli a ittlu sweet milk iu it. The trough should to very shallow. An old piece of tin pouting answers the purpose first- ate. It should bo nailed to the lloor to prevent upsetting , or if no > lank Moor , it could bo nailed to a broad ilank. It would bo well to keep a little uilk in the trough all thu time for a few lays , until the pigs learn to drink it and ' < no\v whom to go to get it ; but the rough must be cleaned often that the milk does not become stale or sour After the pigs have become well aeons' omod to drinking the milk , shut oft' the- ogtilar supply that is , cease keeping nilk in thu trough all the time. But feed .hem at stated intervals , m such amounts is will bo eaten np clean. And this point ihould not bo forgotten , for nothing rends to the thrift of a pig so much as to have him relish his feed all the time. ilost farmers wi'l ' Und it necessary to ubstituto other slops instead of milk us eon as possible , for their dairies will not moot the wants ot the growing herd for any great length of time. Seasonable Hinta and Suggcstlona * Soon the scare crow and stretched wires will bn seen in the fioltU as protoc- ion against crows , but it is a disputed question as to whether the crow in the cornfield is an enemy or a friend. Though ho bo .sometimes destructive to the corn , et ho destroys many insects aud grubs. Large , trees can bo moved and trans planted , thus taking advantage of sev eral years growth , provided all the roots mil some of the adhering earth bo car ried with them. The place in which they are to bo deposited should also bo cspuc- ally prepared for their reception. A prominent nurseryman says that nur sery practices iu peach propagation and culture have weakened the vital power of the tree , which is unable to resist as Impressing inllucnces as formerly , when : ho trees from seeding grow well and ived to old age. A fresh egg will sink when placed in water , and when boiled the skin will not peel oir like that of an orange , as is the case with those not strictly fresh. Stale eggs are glassy and very smooth , while "resh eggs have a peculiar roughness. Whore the ground has been well har rowed , and made even and smooth , the labor of harvesting will bo lessened , as the ground will bo better fitted for the work of the harvesting maobino. Re move all stones and clods that may in- teifcre. The farmer who gets behind in his work at this season will not very easily catch up. It requires more effort to suc ceed when there is no regular system than otherwise , and this is the mouth when the most careful work should bo done. In buying eggs for hatching it is a good olan to buy two or more settings at a- time ; they can bo bought cheaper ; the express is little moro than ono setting. If all be set at the same time they can bo given to a less number of hens than it took to hatch them , and in this way some of the hens can bo kept to servo their second term ; and , best of all , if you bo successful , in the fall you will have a nice little Hock , all of thft same strain and ago. ago.Wire netting , two-inch mesh , is now cheaper than boards as material for fenc ing poultry , and can bo more easily ar ranged and with less labor. Laying a front yard with turf will nearly always result in a stand of grass , even after repeated seedmgs have been tried without success. Even on the best regulated farms stock may be injured. Hence old wells , half- hidden ditches and such like should bo covered or filled up. The ditches along the sides of the road should bo opened now , in expectation of n busy season aud the prevalence of spring rains. In tilling vacancies in blackberry patches put the roots down as deep in the ground as possible , as the season is rather late. Those who look upon farming as only an ordinary occupation are mistaken. As Professor Wrigntoii remarks , agricul ture is a born science. It is full of botany , zoology , geology and ento mology. It is full of chemistry , from the soil to the growing plaut , the ripening seed and the animal life which is the crowning outcome. There is no more varied pursuit , and most others are nar row in their scope iu comparison with it. Sometimes the little Jersey cow is a good milker. "Fawn of St. Lambert , " who was three years and nine months old nt the beginning of her test , pro duced as much as 10,101 } pounds ( about 0,000 quarts ) of milk in twelve months , giving as high as fifty-four pounds per day at some periods. She also produced nearly 574 pounds of butter for thu year , her highest record for ono week behu : fifteen pounds aud live and a hall ounces. To make successful farmers ot the coming generation the young should bo taught the theories of farming in schools. as an advanced study , which should in elude the chemistry of food , a partial knowledge of diseases of animals am the characteristics of atock. Such will be the state of utl'airs in the distant future , as farming , like everything else , is progressive. Young pigs will usually commence to eat when about throe weeks old , and the more attractive thu portion put within their reach the quicker they will iQaru to make a full feed. If they can have a lit tie fresh milk at the start , so much the better , but by common consent skim milk is counted nuiliclcnt to meet piggy's na tion. With milk as a starter they will soon take to slop made of mill feed. Those who live on land where there 1 * no gravel or sand ihould haul a load nnd spread it about the poultry yards. Thu fowls will enjoy it as much as though it it were something good to eat , and in most cases it will do them more good. Don't forget this , as the chickens < 5an't talk , and don't know how to txsk for what they want. LKTTKIt MST. Listof letters rnmaluing uncalled for In the postolHco for the week cudiiig Ali.y 1-1 , 1S87. Note Parties calling for thcso letter will please say "Advertised , " giving the date nt the head of the list , and Imitiiro for simo nt the "Ladies' Delivery Whi tlow. " To avoid mistakes have your mall ad'- dressed to street and number. . . ' _ LIST. Anderson A W 3 Ackcrly H J Atkinson ] ; A Abundl Dr U Adams ,1 I ) Anderson BenJ AJoirn J H Anderton U ' ' Anderssoii A Akl'ns.io' A key A : Uo A V Allen M Alexander A JI Averill ( ! J A F K Atkins H Alackihane J A Durrlnutou K Baldwin T Maker W J Blown O U llurmester M Bales U T Bradford S BUhop K Blackburn J T Barton DrJF-2 Besemer J Hoyd J A Hums J Uland W T Beek J L Jtlrd. ] Bailey J H Barnes J W-3 BennoyJ Btiyd J liuckmnn C K Dlako K J Bachmaii C li Btirrel F L Beedle J Bulln J Burton J D Brady JI Brady J Broedeovo J Butler J Barnett J Beck J 0 Deldlnic J C BrockholT.I A Batchcllor M U Blanchtord F Brady M Babcock W C Burr. ( BerKmaiiJ Bcseiner J E Belts J Beover J X Bred In ( i S KonnellU W Konwell O Boyed ( I W IJrlsgs U W Btirmlester O Iletterswortlt U U Benton I ) Hen son ( I W BlacK I ) 1) Hurglt 1) Boucher J Hard well 1) Barker T Hue Wm Decider F Ureiner Win Blatchford F W Hrooks F Bramet F HtillinKton A 0 Bryson W Brown W Boyer 11 W Brandenburg W Baldwin 11 U Bertliolas O Colvln V B-3 CokcrFl' Conklln WII Chase H Clark U Cluck H Curtis It K Clatck A Carlssnn F L Collan K J Collins K L Colton K.r Carr C F 3 Caswflll W Carl W E Cannon FJ Carmou C P Coover Mr Clark O M Curtis Mr Curtis J E Crane J C CiuwJ E Coombs B W Creary W E Cumins Wm Coons W 1) Carlson C A Cornell B J Cleary J Cargam J Check. ) Campbell J Cameron J S Cornelius J M Cole Prot Carres J Cullin M Coxan S J Curry J Cox C1) Cant J C Calbor J Crawford G E Chase ( } A Clark G U Coo W S Cusicko J C'reliliton J Cowcn J A UavlsF Dieckman T Daniel A J Downs U Douglas J A Dart C D Drainun J Dickson J W Dlson H Davis J Davis B G Donahue M II D.tvis D Davis , ( iilhitch & Co Duncan II W Dttserbury U O Dana It U Dillon J B DeoJ Derlnklo J Donley J J Dolilo S Dotsoth T K Elliott F D Ezsleston R J Kwlni ? F Evans J 2 Krviu J Elites At EllyerJ Eddy M Elklebcrger G W Evans G H Elliott ( i L East H-3 Edward * U T 3 Krlckson E Fallou T Freeman LS Franks S J Forruan J Freeman J J Frahm P Fry J Falconer M F Krear J Folk U B Flanagan J Farrlngton U S G FryC Freeman F Fisher O Faircloth I ) B Forbes D Friend A M JTulr C Flores A Fisher A C Freare A Flanders A A Fall F U Flacbbach E Orenvllle W N Gibson S C ( llmartin D W Godtroy Wm 3 Green U Grogan J M Goerner It J Goodwin J A Oranver J Goellner J Goodwin J Gaardo.1 F Goran JF Grant F M Gunthor J Grounsoll J Goplnkah .1J Gormley G Gilbert G W GluvorE Goebler F Gyllenlmmmor F II George F 11 3 Garberson F M Grosby C W GUIesple W F Grantham C F Guyer C Gillham E UynesWK Hazlorljtg W lloodyn Win Hltzelberger U-3 lilndman Wm Hustead C M HcndricksJ A Hllman H Harmon it Hucston A llewett E L Holman G llcrmol G B Hammer N llelntz G F Holtz G lllldebrand G W Havlland G L Hewitt E Houguo W Honnora D liollmatin Wm lloye W W-3 Hicks B F Hibbi C Hurr C C Howes M C Hum o c Helm O A Hayes .1 E Harrison J E Henderson A Heches J Henderson S W llalstead S P Hnrtafson U Houston Dr T W Hurlbut JM Hutchlns J S ' Herrold J Herbert J W-3 HUdJ llauley J B Hatch Mr Hathaway C HuntM Hiram Wm Hiram Wm Harper F 'J Hurlbut C Harris B liusgius C Huuter B Hatch Cnl Ea Jones W S Joseph Wm Jackson S Johnson D Johnson U E Jones M 03 Jefferson J I ) Jacobberger J Jellerson J Jnrgenson M H 3 Jones G W Joruon A JKklnsL Joseph W Jenkins W M Jackson W T 3 Jacobaen Wm Jackson H M Jeiuen U Johnson C G Jones E W Jensen A Josef son A J Jones j J Kerr U Kirk U U King It G Korshner J B Keuedy J Kenny J 0 KtddJ KennedyJ Kadlsli J W Kratzer I ) KoboJ Kcefo M KiukadeT Krollnian E Keene L ti Kolamto Klmbuilln S B 3 Kimbark S P King F Kauttman U M KoonsC KellC Kroirer G L Kubbard E L Keen E A Lamb & Stetson Llndsov W E Larson S Lowe N W Lnaman N E ' Little M K Larson O Lynch H Lazard T Lafever H M Larson A Levy A Larson A. Langton A G Labhard I Lalley J Lapp J Leonard J J LarkinsJ Lowe J Lundell J Ludwlek J LoveJ A Lions \V \ Lnrquest P Lanfonburfc n Lyons U Lambaon C A Locke F Leonard Itov F W Lees' Cell Agc'r Lunt W Lnudnulst G lovitt F M lav/a E O Lonmilst A MyreF Morns Lock Co 3 Mackle Hey G A Matin G Maxwell B Mlnch F S Meyer A L Moore H Murray H HotL Murray H Milton L Morgan W a MunroC Mohrli Malty J Marion E Mlnsklr E Morris E Meazo K Mather E M Morgan K Main T Meashir Wm Monroe C II Morrlsey J Mandolin J Aladdox J U Mlglth J E Myles J MoonF MostlerO MtmerO Morgan L L Miles K Martin D Moulder A Morgan D Mosher F W Morrison T C Matter M Mosler M Meane * It V Mai tatter * C V MlloaUM McNalrAJ McKenstrr G Mcllv lneJ A McFarland j McKcnna K McDonald .1 T McCreary W McMillan W II McDcrmott J Mcflaron ( J Me.Vull OS McMurrin T A McMurrny I ) McArthur A Mct'nuley F McGnh.in P Nelson A Noble J A XachtnjblF Nccdham K Nell it J iVelson J K N.Uion J Newman U Nelnon S P 2 Ncalo H 11 Xtnvmnn M Newman .1 Nllsen E Noble P W iNouluK F Nnves 11 U Gchspiihcln A O.suurn , ) Oliver J Oman O Ulilakpr G Ohler ( i OlMon C O v.M R S Co Ohaln It M Cxbimi C FJ Oiburn C ( l Olcson O J'lielos 1) T Pratt L G 1'crers N P Phillip * A 1'rlco 11 Pierce Kd Poetic J Prosncll J W Pruclliiio II Plnkeiton W Powers .1 Peck A C Paris J M Peters Cousman Potts F Pollard II P Peunington H Petty G Parry G W Price G IVnnock G U Peterson P Phillips U Patterson F Phillip ! T L Paulson Y Pei tile F Qulnti .1 Omnton J House .F A lllch F S 31 llyan D F Uussell D A Kiiyiiiond F 1 Koberts H 3 UtissollJT Rowlands J Itossbach J Kynn J E Hose , ) Ke7bk J Ueece J Hay W E Klco W U Rhodes A Itowley A Uaymer A C Heed J Rams ) or J S Kaymoiid J IteillyJ Koud J Ross E Bynoarson. ) L Rhodes H Kosluitml U R.iymnnd J lleynoltls S Rtimohr H Bcddinc U Rogers G S Blchardsoii G A Ko/.l/letskl J BeaeleTA Robertson M Keevc C RtstC Boss C Ri-dfleld C Sheldon Dr. Sliriver A Soussmau A Swift L F Stewart L F ShllterLS Sliouen L Stott A F Swindler A F Samiielsoii J Soveran J Htrunt70 C Smith J D Sustad S Stevenson J Smuers J H Spcer J Shannon J A Skldmoro J T hliahan J N Shannon J Sc.ills.J Slsk X A Smith W R 3 Stevenson W Spencer W Swolly F W 3 Smith W Schaefer J Saumetbter J Smith O Shower J B Spahr J C StumboJ D ShannonG A Saylor G Smltli G Stewart A Smltli U Smith A J W Sauteo A II Saper P A Simpson A C SUceno A Swonnon 8 Salstraiid S L Stockman H Soul F Scott F M S A Me Smltli P O Somicka M Schnattber O 3 Stard T Stewart T U Smiley UI Snyder C K Scnson C Smith IIY Seymour H J Srallh J Sampson W D Turner L O Tulle L G Tyrroll J A Tornll C Titsworth O B Thompson J JS. Taylor W Thompson W Tucker WII2 TraplmRen J C Tully U T Thomas H C Townsend A E Tullis S Travers G Thomas G II Tander N N Vlahmann SY Vrftrslce O F Vauzh T Williams E K Wright A L Wells W Woodard J C Wild W Wertzs W Wleks W Wbbfard-H E Woodruff C WrKit | | J Wllllaim J V Worcom F Wright JH Wlllets J F Wetzol J W Wllker J W Walters L N Walters E W Warren W WitiRland H Wlnnlnglioit U Wlmrton H L Wooed 11 Wulls A Warner A Wiillams S Woods L P Wilson L D Wainior L P Welch T Woodson C Woodard M J White C M Wlllomthby J P Williams R A Werkinotstcr D Williams D Wood W V Win W Young M YatesA YounK S H Zabel W F 256'j Lea von worth st LADIES' LIST. Allison M A Anderson M Anderson Mary Allen mrs F D Amburst mrs h D Aides mrs G W Anderson A Brewer mrs E E Bittner mrs N Bates mrs H BiaudtM Brunes D Bissnot L Barnes mrs G Jiakor R Bergett M Brandon mrs M Brooks mrs J W Bryant P Barnaby C Bertha J Connell J Corey mrs U Carson mrs L Capbell S Coffelt M Crance E Clifton L Carringan It Cusack SI Canoswell mrs ChlnellsaM Crowley B Chalmoro mrs D Cary mrs C 0 Degerlng J Datnron mrs J Doollttlemrs W DumanolrE 3 Balkan mrs M Di'ual in Dorsey mrs F Dermott mrs E Dyer E Drolel mrs C Doollttlo M A Drelicr B Drtinln M Dolson mrs W Dennis N 2 Enjse M Elliott C Empsey mrs A Entrcsangle mrs A Fowler mrs F Ford mrs H M Flantean mrs Folconer mrs S Flnnegan A M Fawall J GilbPttJ B Gilhern mrs E Gratl F Gamy P Gross mrs M B Goodsou mrs Groves mrs M E Goble G A Humdery mrs J Harris mrs M Hlckman mrs Holmes mrs C W Hogland N 3 Hams mrs S Hangst mrs m Head ley A 3 Henserson mrsF E Halzh mrs M Hay den mrs C Hand mrs J Hatterson mrs II Howes mrs B N Hayes B Hulsebus H Hudson mrs It Hunt mrs E W Uixson mrs M HoIIey C C Hshue M Hooper mrs N Impov M Inentlmm E J Her _ Johnson O Jorgerson mrs A Jackson mrs A Jakobson A U Johansson mr S Justice M Johnson M D Johnson A Johnson K J miss B JilbettJ Keller J KUJ mrs N D Klnney I Kirpatrlck mrs N Kitchen mrs F Kochnno mrs P Kastman uirsL Lowls mrs L LcminsJ Livingston mrs P Lesvy M K Llnvllle A Livingston mrs .Luscious J Lewis mrs D Lacke mrs A Loan ; M J MerT mrs E J Malanoy mrs W B .Marrow mrs M Murray M JUaxon mrs G Mulgrave M Moore mrs A M Murdock mr < Wm JMaclictU ) mrs E McKlnney N 3 McK.ttbln mrs U E McKay O McUleantiEE McLaughtiu mrs B Neil , EH Nelson 1 Nertnian E Nailer M Noblo'mrs ' J Olesun M I'eto/spn A O Pratt mrs E Petorbou , mrs C 1'r.ill O Pearson B Pholns mrs J W I'haten mrs E Powell mr.sC Petty mrs E J Potter C Iteaninr mrs A M Reed mrsM Beedy Li Reid nus F L Jtotwrta N Reimim B ItodgerH mrs L C Ko'-or mrs J E Itocktrtrd mrs M Robb mrs M Sllirlitim A Smith mrs B Seltiler mrs E Smith Mrs M F Seelijy mrs S Sharbel mrs R Stevens L 3lIllUi mrs O 2 Smith mrs S M Stelnert Mrs J Sturgeon U Stewart mrs K Stark F Wperry 1 Stewart tnra A Sylvester Stcbblns mrs S A Spain mrs T W Stnmlbro K Standard mrs T M Travors mr * J P Taylor mrs W Tellery A Ttirkcr mrs N Trospon E ITIrlcb mrs J Ylrdon K Varrnon mrs J "Wuks mrs M Watts rare A Wybel mrs m Walker 1) ) W right J Wevanrt mrs L U White mrs 13 White inn U WllklnsmrsC Williams M Wilson mrs F Wilson mrs F WoodardO C.V. UALLAOHKH , i'ustumstor. Shot" for nod Dutchcr's Improved kills upon touch , and remains a trap to cntch intruders. Usu it thoroughly and sleep in peace. Use Uutchet's Fly Killer. . OUR LITTLE GRANDCHILD , Cloansndy Purified and Boautlflod by the Outicura Komodios. Jt afford * mu pleasure to ulvo you ( tils re port uf the cuio of our llttlo Krtiuilolilld liy riiur rcTict/HA UKMKDtR.it When sit months old lili loft linnil tipfitin tn well nmlliml o\ory npiH'iinuico ot n lurKu boll Wo timiltlccil It , but nil to nopurpoii' . About Mvu months lUtcr It liccr\iuu n runnlni ; soro. Soon other sores formed. Ho then had two ot thorn on i-neh lintul.niiil ns 1m bloivl liocamo more ami moro Imptiru It took less tlnui tor tlioin to break out. A sort' cnino on tin1 ihln , bciipiith the ttnilt'r lip , which WBS vcrr ollunsUV , Ills homl was ono foIM fcab , ill-clmirUiir it KITH ! deal. This \\M 111 * condition ut twenty-two in out In old , vlirn t tindoitooU thoi'iuuor him. hU mother Imvlnir dlod hun lie was n llttlo moro thnu > ear old , of consumption crofuhiof com. t ) . Ho could wnlk u llttlo , but could not irot up If ho ti-ll down , and could not movu whun In lit'd , liavlrur no usu nf lillinuds. . I liniuudliituly coiiiuionrcd with the USD of ( ho CUTicnt v liK.MMitt. * , uslny tliol'UTK'Uitt ntid ftTlcviM Sou1 Irccly. unit when ho hud Inken ono bottle of thu Ctrricfii v lli-OI.VK.NT : , his licmlvriH loiilplololy I'Urod.iiud liowiu Itnprovoillu oxorynay. Wo ere xoty much oncnimtiredi mid continued thotisoof the i oino Hoi for R j eiir mid u half , line ? ere nf tor nnothrr hraluil , 11 bony niultor forming In onx'h one of tlu o tlvo ck-op Olios Jti t bolero henllnir , which would tlnnlly KIOIV loose and woio tnktm otit : then thuyould hcnl rnpldly. Ono ot tln > o tinly bono lormutloiis I preserved. Aftur tak- IMB a tlo/nn mill a halt bottles ho wn complete ly uiirud , mid Is notv , at the iiL'o of Hlx your ? , n Mroiitf and hoiilthy child. The sums on hH liainU must always remain : hU hands are stronif , thoiich vro once feirod lie would never tie able to use them Allthut phyilclatiB did for him did him no irood. All who saw the child before usliitr the CtmutniA HKMKIHB * and ecu the child now coiHlder It a wonderful euro. It the above tactsaroof anvusoto youyou nro nt llbeitv to use thorn. MltS. K. H. 1)111(1(18. ( May li , IW.1. tils K. Clny St. , llloomliiKton , III. The child was really In n MOMOcondition than he appeared to his iniuuliuothor , who. bclim' with him ovury din' , buciuno accustomed to thu dl'enso. M.MHiir. HOl'l'lNO. CtiTicutiA RKMKUIK * are soM ovorvwhoro. Ctmctwt , the irreat Pkln ruto , frf ) els : Cim- CUIM So M . an oxqultlto SRII | lleautlllor. McN : ( UTictmi KKMII.VKNT , the now Illood 1'urlller , 81.00. I'rqtwieil by the l'omit : Utitiii AND CiiKMiou , Co. . lloston. . Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases. " NO. 8alv , 1'lmply nml Oily Skin boautllled by Uimct'itA SOAP. Mention o in aim WooUly Hen. OH ! HIV HACK , 71V lIACIt ! 'rjl'iiliii Intlninmatlon and Weaklings of of the Kidneys , Hip * and Sides UK- I.IKVl'.l ) IN ONK MIMITK 11V T1IK Cl'll- Div ! ANTI-PUN Pi.ASTKii. New und mtr.lhbio. At druirirlMg , Sic. 1'ottur Druprnnd Chemical Co. , lloston. SOMETHING NEW. Warranted to neither break down 01 roll up In wear. Hone Ctnolne wllhcat KAIIO itimptil on Intldo of Corset , Try 111 It will foil yen flttlpir If act > ir pr rtitFJ , CHICAGO CORSET CO. CHICAGO. NEW YORK. And many other complaints cured by EVIDENCE OF 1887 A Prominent Buffalo Physician says : .o , N , v. , Feb. u , mr Drnorno , Chicago , III. Deir Hlr. Ills somutliln- ununuul fur ono ot ibo mcillcal prnfeol HI to liiluro tuidvortlsoa artlflo ; rot I take ppnuro | In Inform ing ynu tti t ono of your Ulnctrlf Delta cured luu of rlieumaUum , from which I li.nl mirrored ay curt. I Imvo rccommemlnil your Invention to nt lei t forty of my pntlcnts suffering with chronic dlmi3i > of v - rlom kinds vlr ; rnlpltii'lon oftha lienrt , nervous debility , opllcpny , rat imntl'm , pain In the tun k und klilneyK , etc. . etc. , etc. All hive purchiaivt unit worn thftiu with mo i vrntlfylnif revolts. I oinblvhly rt common J your Klccirlu Hells 01 poxsonln < ro.it merit. Frutornnlly yoiir . Jj. U. MrMiciIABU M. D. in Niagara st A Chicnero Phisieinn Says' , " Tr Horaa Dour Sir : 1 IHIVJ iisml uvoral kind i of mnunctle ami Uli'ttrle Holts on imtlentianit niysalf I can honestly ( tire the proforouca to ynnn. ( > y all odds , llencu I cnnanrtdo recorumenrt ynurn over all others. Yours fnuornully , J. II. JOIIDON. M I ) . Jim II , 1837. Ofllco.lHtatoU. . , Ohlcaan A Physician Says. All of My Pat lent are Satisfied. orxKVA , Nun , .Inn ni , 1N7 Dr W. J. Home , Inventor Hour Sir : I ruaommonl your RloUrlr Belts to nil whi suffer with any norvoiu liouule , any chronic llror or klitnoy dl onos. Allot my patli'iits that nr uslru your Illoctrlo llPlu ara ( sutlaflcd. Fraternally. M. I'llot'ST. M I ) . Phyilcl'in nnd Surgeon A Minister of the German Evangelical ICliiivdi , Says : I.rinnTov , Allen.m Co , Ml < : h. , roui , IW Pr. W. .1. II > rno. Clilr.igo , Ilt-Djsr Hlr : Vo.ir Klcttrlc llolH ilonll you tlilm. Ono of them licliioj meof clyjuop hi , ron tlpitlon nnd Keneral ilobillty. 1 woulit likci to Intrj.luooour KOO < | H horu. Will yea let mo have the agoncor this towniblprTloaio ' yourtormt. I iiinttia mlnlstpr of thn Oormtn vanuellcal Church of J.oUhton tteipoetftilly , tr. llcsldcnce , Mlddlovillo , ll.irry county , Mich. Neuralgia of the Stomach Cured. CIIIMTNIIT. ILL. , Jan. 10.1W Dr. Homo Dour Sir : I wimiurferlnK with neural R | > of the itoni'ich ' , nnd medicine o mcd to hare no effectitren morphlno did notrolioro me much. The ntluck woul 1 lieuln ( if ery crenlng about nine o clock ndlait about six honra. 1 lent For nn of your Kl o Irlo Belts , got It nnd put It on. unit htrn't had th least Hymptom ol niuralgla dnce. lam will ploaie Yours truly , A.Q. IlAiicouKT Dr. W. J. HOllNR , 191 Wabash-a venue , Chicago. Bole Inventor , pol'rletor an J Manuf acturtr. l nd i lamp lor catlugue. YIELDS TO EVERf MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER. OwlliB to the UliUniil , XUSTIIITT of the tloth ( wl.lih our iiatcnt * cover eiclujlfvly ) will fit jK-rfntly nn > t ( line worn. Kaqulrrn HU brrnklneln. HOlrt mrTK KIl by wl ! * > r after tf.lnv worn trnday.lf not found thnmo.l FKKFKCT P1TTJMJ. JIKAI/niFIII. nnd CnmrnrlMblc Cor < ut overworn. Hold by all ttm-clubj dt'ulors. VICUTTY IinOH. . Chlcnsa , III. TAR DID PILESVWt RHEUM ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE , TERRE HAUTE. ( NO. I A School ol Engineering. Well f udowc.l. well mulrpod departments nf Mccli. anlrsl and Cl II Knulnwrlnjt. Klrctrleltr , Chtntlitrr aud llrawlnz , Kitruilve hliop * ninl l.nhnrutnrfr * . * , Jilr < u X. C. HEKDKM1ALL , l'rc . ' 001 , anhood- ; * U rr mr.on rtimcwtr , h _ _ rtraplo wri.ih bo rU fnd IFHI to > > ! fellowjufl.rB. . . COME TO MORROW SATURDAY , Sale Opens at 7:30 : a. m. Bring along your Husbands , Brothers , Uncles and BoySjthirf will prove to your interest , a sale to lo ) long remembered. The stock consists of every thing pertaining to the wear of Men , Youths , Boys and Children ; there can be found anything you need at prices to suit your pocket book ; should your husband , brother or undo desire Yon should not fail to COMB TO-MOE ROW as those suits are to bu sold at such prices that would not buy tlio raw material. There will bo found also , the largest assortment of PANTALOONS , That over was displayed at any ono time. Combined in va riety of pattern , elegance of material , cut and workman ship , these wore never equalled. All merchant tailor made , at $4,30 , $ ; > , * 5. 0,10.10 , IG.GO , * 7 , $7.4,0 , $ , $8.35 , | B.70'J.15 , ? ! ) .65 , $10. and others too numerous for amount of space to mention. FOR CLOTllINtf , HATS AND FURNISHINGS visit 1119 Farnam Street , JV. n. Onlers outside of ( ho city receive prompt and , careful attention , Address thu Mlsjlt Parlor * . ttofc cuWAttsu" t at ! Y ft % Sultieocl * . JJ TDR THE BLDDD 1WIFT SFECEFtC ATLANTA. E A. U. 5 A. ( Krom the Potersbnrit.Va. , Indor-Appeal , April 19th. ) T1IKILI.INO OHATTKItH IN TIIK CAUEKR OF A What Mayor Jurrott , Kx-Oorornor C.itneron. ( lo'i 8 Itll Bull'nuundOlliors ' Think of Mr. Colllor .lou- > atlonal rUiueniunti nf a NI ir ro Man. Who la belt -r known In tlili cinnmunlty than Mr. J.imet K. Kolllur. of thu llmln Mills ! roattftuon years more : tttlctl'iiiait ' ilarkihirloa ovarthopulhwiiy of that uniUhlu uontlunuii i life. Whatitiataoretrliilwnt Mr. Collier hai conivntedto wrltoitown. In thiihopM tint 111" ctpurlenco may bo thuineannofu ding iilhnr to o-cmie the dark daya that thruntenall llvoj. ToUuiwto thn world how ho liregardoJ. wo ulvo the testimony of hli follow till- ieu : MAVOIIN orrifi , [ _ , . , PJlOMhum. Va. . April 13 , 1337. I To Whom It may Concurn : Thlt | i to certify that Mr Jtmm K. Oolllcr , neltl. zcn of Potiir.liur.- n sontloiimn of huh social stanJlnx , of culture , of lntuTlly uf character , uudou. tlrely worthy of bdllof. T. J.Jairatt , Muyor. William K. Uumnruii , Ki-jOTornorof ( Va. It. I" . llarham.Kdltur I'ctorsburx lndei-Appoal ( ion.Htlth llolllnir. ( ien. C , ( larr. Proprietor Hotel Gary. Two years nso Mr. Collier u.iino Into the city from his country place , unu I'luat'eit In the Hour nillllnit biHlne < i ; u Is s.ilo to suy that no prlrutn cltl/on In better known and moro idmcrully bclortd. Herd Is Mr. Oolllcr's letter ; No 2 ADVtIHBlllKIT , I 1'KTTKmiuurj , Va. , April 18,1337 1 BwlftSpecincOo. , Allinra.fJii.1 Cioiitl muii Voo will ivrdon ra * In being a little longln thu letter , for 1 am doslrmn that you ihall know the details of the moit wonderful euro of my clf by H. B. H. In Irtl kind of rauli broke out on my forehead which ftunn nevorolr. Tuo neit year at about the Bumo tlmoithof illimr fnre'icail was cor * rod with bolls , which lasted two or thr weokk. lul 'Un HeptPmbemy face oollod up iottnt I wai unre- mgntiabl * for three luonlhs. Durlna ttilntlmea yel low Htrld mutter continually run from ray faor. Then Kcubi would form and the acrid dl'crmrge nm'lnuo unlit my ikln wa > u thick aa sulu lu.iinur : my face \ia u hard and smooili except when the ncubi would furm.ai u bllllurrt ball. Tlio f.ico the < innntln wa < swollen np eren with my no , nnd but for the creano iMtween thenosuand the tbeaks , the noiawasnot di-nccnmblB. lifter the runnlne would stop , having ran two weeks , the swelling wou'd subildo In ubtut wnuk , During the subildinx the fncu was very red. Asrooa an the cheek * hud h'cme downto ulmoit thtlr norm * . lliomr whulu fate would bugln to throb like u pulnl ful boll : and Iht throbbing wnn qullo o painful as- the worjt boll. Wben lha swelling was up to the hkrieit , ihu acrid yellow discharge beuau , and Itlait- ed about two weeks. Thl awollln,7. running und nrVihhu Inntrl alii ) it flfteon jtiir * liurln < thoio v nr there wnino Inter- ml slon nf Ihotiuony dojctthttd I wiin'l the llrno umlOi tlio bjt pnyMlciuns who pruiHiU'X.'prl my PHMI ezuvhunitu I uczuitm In tint wornt toiin , rlo norhiuH w.i3 the rnajtlnit oiiooftho iilivnli-liiii nuiM mo to Koto I'll udpljlila w t'l him nnd put niytclf under tlio j-U.i jiuiiLliIlm of thai ( ity. > D appotlto hudhAcouit | oornful my | . ' < ll' > n win owes * tint I could no ) otrnn unt lioll.M ch'clion. ' M < : htiiliur nlvhtnivo Iiionatu bud with a tiiinhk'ruf niitcrLnd n * ponninl oftoJn hy my stdn and I nl- wnpiilrnni Ittntan inornlnH to uot relief ftum Iho oplirbsilon cf d jip inin. I had bcroma Klooniy and almost hopdlcss Mr f.irm'nglntorasiii were helngrnlnmt for wnnt of rny n'.lmitlo'i , mi 1 my Hysteoi wa nb > ut dep'iilC'l tiy the tllleen y.virs of riinnlnnur my face , lia-i'lt ' ami ankle - kle , forlnafawynnrH thodlinano nml ( iirdndto my neck , the hauktof my h in Is.thu limldeof mv iiuklen umlm ) Insti'pi. ihtivnput my foot on iho rioor , uf- ter bathing It.nnd thndltn inr/ia fnim t'm ankloniid Imtup. would lonna small pool Inn few nilnulus. The discharge from Iho fitou nnd nock wis ro copl- nil" , that 1 havu often wet ud a w.iolo shnet In ul.lU. drying the I C9 und nock. In this conilltlon for aujut nftocn yean , day In and Huy out , week In and week out. on to month * nnd tuyeurs oniynu uiailne my nionUtl agony not tome mo 1117 leal t > rr ngl With a targe family to sup- adorl , | lilt-nflooo years of my llf uhno'utoly thrown a y , wh'le Isathelplos * watohlng my smalloouipa tencoihvlndlobof.no my very eve * . Thedoctors lull nil given ma up whn nbfint two yoor iua uentloraim nhaialdlio hail heon nlrlloied In u way nlmllarto my cusa. but In n inllJorform told mutbatH. H. H had cured him , and hi urged mo strongly in take It. I followed hli ndvlcu und bmrtn acournaufB. H. H. The first few hottles eaiucd to Intensify the dlioaio , . Mid nlarmol I left off the medi cine. l , t r lilnlo mined toconllnua H. f4. 8.1 aud underthomedlflneslntiuoncu Uolltf broke out on ray netk and f ro and through them iiasned off that dis charge , 1 took twunty hottlemif Hwlft rlpcclllo and wh n I got through thotltse.iiewasntlr ly none. Now that I oven think of the wonderful change from those sleepleis days and night * of throbbing pnln , thu euro seems greater than you can Imagine. I remain with profuundKralltude , Vourobdlntsrrar. . , JAS , B , COLLIEU. 1 . 8.-Tlmt want of aiipotlte and horriulo dy | ionlu | nf which 1 nnoku , ( IB * entirely cllftap ponriKl , nml lo-ilny I hnveso ( rood digestion us liny tnnn I i tlio alnto of Virginia. AltlmiiKii I Intd never bud rlieutnotlam until this Irrniilo iiinxuit MruoK rou , yet during III Ir.ulHovmij , uuiltu utlucki. Hlnce I ceaBta tli t coureool twunty liottloiof B , S.S.,1 Imvo not hud tlio hllKbtuxt ihotimatlo gymptouu , now oviirtn-a jcnt * iigu JAM. K. Cot.MKlt. ' 1'ientUo on Illood and Skin Diicasoa mailed THE Swtrr Srr.cinoCo. , Prttwcr 3Atlaut , Ga.