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IIOTT WASHINGTON REGARDS THE
The Result of the Strnszle on Garfield
and Blaine if Conklingr Should come
Washington, May 22. That there
has been consummate masking by the
resigning Senators, more especially
the senior, there can no longer be any
question. It is conceded now by
those who first believed the resigna
tion meant a wish to get clear from
public life. This as to Conkling es
pecially. It was not so easy to ex
plain as to Piatt, whose importance
though a man of sharpness, with pos
itive business capacity is not consid
erable. That he resigned through de
votion to Conkling does net suffice as
an explanation. Conkling needed no
such salve, and Piatt was capable of
no such sentiment. I am sure that
the idea of resigning, as a strategic
movement came first from Piatt.
Conkling's friend, who visited him at
"his house the second hour after the
resignation, and wh left fully im
pressed that the resignation was in
earnest, now believes that, as perfect
ly as be supposed ha knew Conkling,
he was masking then, as he has been
in every step.
I have at no time been able to see
why, if Conkling neither desired nor
expected re-election, Arthur, who
knows Conkling as well as he knows
himself, did not openly say so, either
;w his belief or from positive knowl
edge. No other inference could be
drawn from the Vice President's ret
icence than that there was a mystery
to be kept up, and mystery is never
necessary to a straightforward course.
' Conkling's friends here are acting
as thuugh they had some good news.
Xow tl at it is openly proclaimed that
there is to be a stand-up light at Al
bany they feel better, be the result
what it may. They cannot help be
lieving that Conkling would n t risk
the fight if he did not believe he
would win. The administration peo
ple, on the contrary, profess undimin
ished contidei.co that Conkling will
There is something
between Garfield and
honor of despatching
like a rivalry
Blaine fur the
While yet it was a close fiight, with
the chances favoring Conkling, Gar
field was willing to place the responsi
bility of forcing the fight on lilaine;
and Blaine, while not positively
shirking it. was not proud of it,
though secretly felicitating himself
on the insult he had placed on the
haughty Senator. Not so, however,
now that it is a success as they
think at the White House. They say
Garfield now positively struts, so
great is his vanity over the victory,
which he claims as all his own,
when talking aloud, when nobody can
hear. Blaine laughs and jeers at this;
recounts the fears, the backing and
filling and the positive backdown by
Garfield when Foster came on to
effect a compromise and did not ef
fect one but which Blaine smashed
the next hour. These things now
form the subject of no little talk
among those to whom they are know n.
Blaine knowing that it has been his
ownwork, that it took all he could
do to hold Garfield up to it, and that
but for his vigilance at all points and
at every moment, Conkling would
to-day be master of the administra
tion, does not, as may readily be im
agined, altogether fancy the airs
Garfield takes to himself. Nor does
he think it quite prudent to resent
them. For it should be known that
there is an idea in Garfield's head that
Blaine is assuming too much is not
quite the statesman he himself is
that if the troubles of the first sixty
days are a sample f Blain's man
agement, good Lard deliver him from
the remainder cf the four years.
Gov. Foster, who was probably the
originntor of this idea, told Garfield
that he must get rid of Blaine r his
administration would go to the dogs
and Ohio would go Democratic next
Garfield's intoxication is altogether
natural. A new beginner always be
lieves he knows more than he really
does after he h:is got a few leading
ideas into his head. As a matter of
fact it is this that ulaiue makes fun
-If Garfield takes the bits. said an
Ohio man, staying to see one more
appointment, "he will make mischief
for himself. Wl ile he has got a good
deal of talent, he is in no sense a
leader nor fitted for original word."
I have already said Garfield snubbed
Blame in more than one instance in
the last twenty-four hours of Lite sen
ate's session. lie got impatient of the
Secretary's assumptions, and deliber
ately struck from lists prepared at the
State Department names Blaine par
ticularly desired should have Gar
field's approval. Not only did they
not obtain the approval but they were
vetoed with ut a word of explana
tion. It is to be observe! that Gar
field's action was in the interest of
"If there's difficulty between Gar
field and Blaine", said a New England
man lingering here, it will be be
cause that confounded Foster, who
happens to be Governor ol Ohio, has
poisoned GatTn'kl against Blaine. I
know, now why Garfield sought to
have Foster in his cabinet, lie and
Blaise would have had a quarrel be
fore now. He, anyway, is likely to
produce a quarrel between the Presi
dent and the Secretary, if he has not
succeeded already. Blaine, who is the
inferior, only in the accident of posi
tion, is not likely to stand much snub
bing from Garfield.
Should Conkling come back Klaine
will go out. Garfield will fisht for a
time, but surrender. "This" said a
Senator, perhaps the n'y one remain
ing heir, "w il! be I he outcome should
Conkling win, "which I pray for." I
could not help noting that the same
Senator fell into line as soon as Conk
I don't know that Conkling, if he
comes back, will care for leadership.
If he does, he may.be sure of more
followers than ever, more than any
other man now in public lite.
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Maggie Mobley of the Grand Islai.d
Independent, and a German faction
of that city are having a big fight.
Tie Elne Sky.
M. Chappnis thinks that the blue of
the sky may bo due to ozone present in
the upper regions of the air. He ar
gues that the electrical discharges con
stantly Jaking place will produce ozone;
and the researches 'of himself and M.
Hautefeuitle have shown that ozone, at
any rate when near its condensation
point, is of a blue tint. He has exam
ined the absorption spectrum of ozone
and finds nine dark bands in it. three at
least of which correspond with known !
bands in tho telluric spectrum. j
Mr. Henry Villard. who is trying to
obtain control of the Northern Pacific
Railroad, was formerly an army cor
respondent of the New York 2'ribune.
He married a daughter of William
Lloyd Garrison, tho great anti-slavery
Col. R. G. Ingersoll said in a lecture
in New York: "My tears are not shed
in St. Petersburg, but in Siberia,"
from which it may be inferred that the
Czar's sudden taking off didn't afflict
Robert to any great extent.
Five generations of one family live in
Madison. Wis. They are Mrs. Wallace,
aged 75; Mr.-. Langdon, her daughter,
aged 65; Mrs. Lewis, great-granddaughter,
aged 18; and an infant grcat-great-grand-child.
Few cities in America are more in
fested with beggars than Washington.
The police are making an effort to rid
the streets of mendicants, and all vag
rants arrested are sent to the Washing
ton Asylum, where they will be put to
Thomas Jefferson was the only skop
tic in the line of American Presidents;
only two of them, Washington and Gar
field, have been communicants. Jack
son was a Presbyterian, and Harrison,
Polk and Grant were all Methodists and
the rest belonged to different denomina
tions. Mr. Henry O. Tift, revenue boatman
at Newport, R. I., is probably the oldest
man in the revenue service in the coun
try, being 80 years of age. He has
been in the service there for more than
half a ccnturv. and is still rn efficient
Hcnnenway, one of the most stirring
Methodist cxhortcrs in Massachusetts,
Las gone to the Penitentiary for steal-
W- a barr of com. Ho conducted his
own defence in court, and made a
fervid :;ppeal to the jurors, but they did
A fashionable 3-oung woman 'of Gales
burg, 111., has undertaken alone to re
form tho men of that town. She enters
the saloons gambling houses, and oth
er low resorts at late hours, often sur
nrisinsr her male acquaintances, with
whom she then pleads and prays.
Two Cambridge letter carriers, mem
bers of churches and possessing high
reputations, have been dismissed from
their places and are to be prosecuted
for stealing fancy advertising cards
from letters. The plunder was of slight
value, aud was taken to acta to chil
Mr. Yoshida, theJJapancso Minister,
is a devoted art student, and has a for
est scene on exhibition at the Academy.
He is considered an amateur artist of
Sromise. It is said since tho day of Sir
ohn F. Crampton. tho English Minis
ter, we have had no diplomat who could
use the pencil with equal facility.
A Mississippi planter wanted to turn
his land into a stock farm, llis neigh
bors, who stick to cotton, applied to a
court for an injunction to restrain him
from arrow in 2 urass-seed, on tho ground
that the grass would spread over ad
joining plantations and unht the ground
for cotton. The injunction was grant
Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan s new
operetta mentioned by tho London
World is advancing rapidly. Two
poets play the most prominent part; a
high-tlown poet, and an idyllic one who
gives details about sweet Jane and teas
ing Tom, and makes a riivnia on "to
tally." woru'iv of Gilbert.
The Val'ejo Clironide publishes
lengthy sirlKle on the unlitncss of tin
Mary and Helen for tho expedition to
go in search of tho Jeannette. It re
ports that an examination of the whalci
was made bv competent men, and thai
the jreneral verdict was that the gov
ernment was sadly taken in on the
purchase- The vessel, as fitted foi
whaling, was good and sound; for ice
business she was of no use.
There is a good deal of literary abili
ty among the Rothschild ladies. Mrs.
Flower and Mrs. Eliot, both daughters
of Sir Anthony Rothschild, published,
when young, a work on the religion
and literature of the Israelites. Lady
Koscberry (Miss Hannah do Rothschild)
wrote in one of the quarterlies an arti
cle on Jewish women, ana tne iiaronesg
Lionel do Rothschild has been much
praised for her stories and essays.
Some residents of Union Citv, Ind.,
have formed what they call the "Na
tional Marriage Dowry Association,"
the object of which isdeclared to be to
encourage lawful wedlock, to promote
economy, to endow homes, and to
make married life the end and the aim
of the rich and the poor alike. It
promises to pay a dowry in three class-
es, si.vw, 5-',WU, and $3,000, respect
The Cosmopolitan Club, of London,
which is frequently mentioned in "En
dymion," has been established for many
J nil J iu nuab bir UU XI XI 1 1 A III
studio, a lofty room in Mayfair. The
largest picture he ever painted still oc
cupies one wall, and on the opposite
wall are some water-color drawings by
oevern. Hero princes, peers, poets,
painters, politicians, and even prelates
meet to smoke and gossip on. Wednes
day nights and Sunday nights.
The wife of tho historian Grote must
have been an extraordinary woman,
She rode without a saddle; she was not
afraid to put off in a boat without a
man; and she was plucky enough to
marry ner lover without permission.
and return home without saying a word
about it. Sydney Smith described this
lady and her lord in this happy fashion:
"I no like them both so much! lor he is
ladylike, and she is a perfect gentle
A haunted house near Bowling Green,
Ky., is attracting considerable attention
among the Spiritualists. A suicide was
committed in the house twenty years
aero, ana the rope which did tho deed is
still hanging to the rafters. The same
old loom and spinning-wheel are there
also. The rope, loom, etc., jump around
and make strange noises, strange ob
jects are seen nightly, and altogether a
liaio 01 horror hovers over the place.
A woman residing in Bristol. Vt., in
serted this card in the local paper:
"Lost, strayed or stolen, from his be
reaved household, one red-headed man,
nve leet and eight inches tall, full set
of false teeth on upper jaw, and one
real one on lower jaw, yellow snuff on
upper jaw. Please cause said man to
be arrested and returned to his be
reaved wife." The man subsequently
returned to the bosom of his family.
ana wunout an arresc
A mechanic, of Rochester, N. Y., has,
according to his own statement, just
compelled a duplicate of the celebrated
astronomical clock of Strasburg, in
which city he was born and lived for
many years. The only difference be
tween the workings of the two clocks is
their size and in the form of the astro
nomical portions. The case for the
main part of the Rochester clock is ten
and one-half feet high, while it is in all
particulars exactly proportionate to the
clock seventy-five feet high which it
In the deep and almost impenetrable
forests of Nubia is found a tree that
utters at times the most mournful and
plaintive notes Sometimes these sounds
are shrill and clear, at others die away
to an almost imperceptible whisper, as
if some captive spirit were complaining
of its lot. The effect is singular, weird,
and startling, until the cause is known.
Tho tree is a species of Acacia, and
tho sound is produced by cup-shaped
galls or secretions of some secret. The
wind in passing through the tree pro
duces the whistling noise referred to,
"Hall this evening dear?" inquired
Dcsdjmona of Othello, when she saw
him load in up his old navy-revolvor.
"No. not this evening love, s'm other
evening," he replied. a he reached for
the pillow luid wedged it softly down
An Improved Hellophone
Jim Tuffbov is a modern soil of a
3roungster. lit I ias formed a "Hello
phono company" in wld.h the boys on
his street are taking stock. Shares aro
booming along at a live pins premium,
preferred stock seven pins and 0110
needle with a good eye. After lie has
"bulled" tho st.ck a while longer he in
tends instituting a "bear" movement,
to scare the boys in "unloading," after
which he will consolidate with the
"Wake Mo Up at Five O'Clock by Pull
ing My Toe With a String" company,
and increase the rates of skates, two
"club" and three half "club," and the
crossest dog in the neighborhood.
Why the Prairies Are Treeless.
A curious and interesting explana
tion of the absence of trees on tho great
western prairies was given at the meet
ing of the Academy of Natural Sciences
byMr. Thomas Mecham. Numberless
theories have been advanced by stu
dents in natural history why the great
feeding grounds of the buffalo should
be without arborescent vegetation, the
principal one which is supported by
distinguished authors being that of cli
mate influences. Mr. Meeham's theory
is that the absence of trees is due to ar
tificial caues altogether. Taught by
their necessities the early Indians made
it a practice annually to fire the high
grass of the prairies, Jwhich had the ef
fect of making the growth more luxu
riant and consequently more invitingto
the vast Jicrds of buffa!o, on which the
aborigiues depended greatly for suste
nance. It has been conclusively set
tled that no vegetation, save the hardy
prairie grass, will appear on ground
over which fire has swept until another
season, so that the yearly prairie fires
extended the area of the plateau until
they had become almost measureless.
Mr. Mecham cited several instances of
where trees had grown when tho tiring
had been discontinued. The hypothesis
was both pleasing and plausible, and
has excited some discussion amoug tho
Tobitha and Parthenia.
Several years ago, says the Cleveland
Leader, Tobitah Scroggs and Pai thenia
Maplewood, two Clee and girls, worked
in a kitchen, l omnia married a wcll-
to-uo mechanic; 1 arthenia married a
millionaire. Several days ago these two
women met for the first time since they
"I am very glad to see you," said To
bitha; "time makes no difference in my
"I remember how we used to throw
pieces of biscuit at each other aud gig-
E-le, continueu lobitha.
"I thank jxu very much," said Par
"And, Parthenia, I want 3 011 to come
1 V J 1 15 5 J
auuBCB inu. 1 uuu 1 jive in a granu
house, with marvelous trees, ana envi
able walks, but Tve got such a pleasant
"I thank you very much," said Par
thenia, with a thick shadow of dissatis
faction on her face; "I thank you very
much :but think of your apartments:
"Oh, well," replied Tobitha pretend-
ing not to observe the allusion to the
difference of situation, "I had not
thought of that, but the difficulty hall
be obviated. If you feel a delicacy in
rogard to my parlor, don't let that put
you out, for to keep you in your natural
element, I'll send the servant girl away
and receive you in the kitchen. You
need'nt turn up your nose, Parthenia,
for you know when we used to slash
biling suds, and hack hash."
But Parthenia had fainted. A blue
mark around her mouth told of the
Killing a Panther.
At Murphy's place, near the town,
two groats were recently killed by a
Panther, and a sharp lookout has been
kept up evor f-inco for tho animal by
the peoplo up there until lust Sunday
night. On tho night mentioned Mr.
Baker heard his deer hounds under full
cry in the distance, and after listening
a while attentively, he found that they
were running a circle, as their voices
would die away in the darkness, and
then break out again, clear and full as
the dogs rounded up, and every timot
tne ronna was made tuo circle narrow?
ed. By the maneuvering on tho part of
the varmint, Mr. Baker knew it to be a
panther. He srasped his jrun, and.
notwithstanding the darkness and the
danger, started for tho place where the
animal had at last come to a stand ana
was fihtinr the doo-s. This was an'
almost interminable jungle of briars, 'J
vines and script, and it was only by the
break in-r of tho undergrowth, the
yelping: of tho hounds and the sullen
growl of tho ferocious beast that tho !
con met could bo located, liaker drop
ped on his all-fours, and crawhnr cau-
uousiy iorwara. came to wnero couiq;
bo seen the immense form of a panther.'
1 . . ,
wmtr wj mo noisu ot mu uui, ua&Gr
. . I - .1 il I .. T - T
was enabled to get quito near without
attracting notice, and, lying full length
on the around, ho throw his pun to his
shoulder and fired just as the panther'
rose with a mighty spring in the air-
and shot over him, falling dead on the!
other side. It was a very daring feat'!
and a dangerous experiment, ana Mr. i ,
Baker was fortunate in fretting only a
few briar scratches. Tho panther mea-!
6ured seven feet from tip to tip. j
A Buried Algerian City,
Iwdon Times "I
rrench nmvsiapcrs report the dis
covery m Algiers, by the archjeolounst :
M. larrv. of a city which had been en
tombed in the sand. M. larrv- s atten
tion had been awakened by the mound
like appearance of the sandy toil, anc
some diging brought to light tho miuar
rets and upper portion of a mosqjo.
Further excavation lay bare a ter
race, a tower, and about a donn
houses, all in excellent preservation.
Ho reported his discovery to tho Gir
crnment of Algiers, which has under.
taken to have the site thoroughly ex
plored. The place is in the southern part
of the province, not far from the tow n
of Ouargla, and exposed to the full bl:w4 1
of the sandy winds from tho desert.
Probably a succession of siroccos bear
ing clouds of sand completely hlled up
inc streets ana houses, making: the town
uninhabitable, and so drove out the pop
ulation. At present there is no grouud
Tor conjecture as to tho date of the oo
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peiUr Mdkal Bk tyWi.hrd. Tk. .tit nor m . upri
rmt4 ..ieisB ef Ba.ur inn prwlk. (u wall kunt
m! tk. Ivnw fllTM. mn& nl. Ur Mtmnt Ui4 Son, iU b. f. f
Mtl nta. i. Uhm ph.-rm frwm MufHtrMw. T b tM'., mrty nwi,
Utlnr.ortuiflbilnblatMitaNlrT ab. k-l tl f tUYA-X
, -cuiirtKj tiii.m. r i wii. tob-s h. Mrw lot bwAta
from rmp-ir isiial aM--kciitou. wtf-abuw r soal wt
FaltVota treated mail and ejprata. WhT .na.iM, frr
aoual ( ttit prw(rrd. which is fraa m4 it-vried. C
linna be aaiawcreJ bv palientn deairinx trealtBCMt mAt4 turn
toaar arMrraa no sprltcatma. For bk or trastttttnt aHtS'tsa
ItU. BUTT ft, 19 Kartli $th SU, Kt. Lovlm
svrsjmc diKr ana campacnta cii-v, ana ouriw rtuiniaa
IiUblUlied IZ7 at 13 IT. 8th Ct?eot. ST. LC?ISf UO.
fpHC Pb-iiiana in char oi Ihia ol 1 aad veil kanvs insfi.
1 talioa vr rag alar graduate ia medicine and turf err. Yoare
ajf layrrl ra ia Iba traatnten af Ibrwila lWae-i have a.
tbeir akill adab.Iitjr aoaiacb nrlor I lLat ni ci;a ordinary
aM4niii-ear, Ibal ibaf bate aeqaired a tiatioal rapatai.oa
throat h their treatmcat of complicated
aaalJsUtet ai a ilia, Ottaorrktta, wWt, bltitl ure, Orcb.lia, all
Lriaarj Tra-ablee and bjpbllltie or Hercarlal aJTrctioat of (he
tbroai, alii a ac aa, treated wilh auc oa actentiftc praa
cfplee, without atiar Mercury er otltrr poiaoaous MeJicinea.
VnilNO M P M nd tboM ol ensile a-e who are tuf-
rbaa or hea-aa4 Heaaar-a-, the reault of cir-auie In Toataj
mr aiceM la matured years, ar Mrniirentty cored. Thf dla-
iut produce nnt o the fo4 lowing effects miatrtiii, biotcbaa.
Uzsiaaaa. narvouancaa urtM ol airht. cr-ufh, insiirenioa.
onatipalioB). depociei.c', coroalon of dca. aversion f ao
eietr, defective memory, aesaal eihawlion, in.abkencr or toea
f aianty Tiro which a: f.t the victim -r huiioe. ac Dtarriae
feraooil rtruilifn ia yrefri e-i. wl.ich ( 2(li.r ar-d i vit
ed. List of quetifB to le anv fed tr paiei 4ctri.( treat-
iteiil mailed fr -e to in- :rirea tin af i'licatln.
rei-oea euffeeiaa: Irca Hnptarv aaaia acivr tbef r ajrTrea,V
aat Iraew eaaetaitit to their atltat.tair. It ; n t a trw,
Loei'TniinictM'i rict)f eonn-icm!. a- z.,4 -'-re4
!!. liL'TTfs aMurtk MJi u, t9u i.cnla, Man
'irl4lSt AneutiraJr Ncuh1 potrtircly c5cc?r
il I ktr-idf fnr in mn-c-It a:id peretir..-i.t
eare of ttemizuil Erai3iou aw l-nKtcna tbe c y
liitrfar wr-k tbe ax Ue--e puiwiia oi Ufa. th: Mui f tr at.. tv
a)co4 Ltk (rat ia ar actvra vmMM, aad la wv a fzvtmocl acrfrs. Th ra
e ae atmaiutu a( tlia ptp-4iua. 1 rawt wa .-rvavK.a tasUn ka ta
tml ror- tlii. M U f . l"r' cl aiirafafta a. It M
eelad by U MeiUcal l-vifcsim Ce bw Mb- rtkMa! aMaaa frt w)re
etril af facwir ad roruajt Usia ttj yrevmUat kroable. To lUmwf
raa)A bs. r imw. v. l (C.fT t tssriv). t3-; i ;
a at tkmt u.lv fca suwisJawl muh &- M ihfsio-, aax. 4 aw
.! i-sa ). r- fi-ai. by aa-st, wl
I Cm k Pwactn Tmrn ilsJ frts)g AAtamia. linMt
. si. afcaaajwl. aast M- 1
o-a . t im ataair. T
I mm it, itusi ssf Uf av aasM x kf Ba-4 .
tls aw- r-ei Aa bsv-r iw i r
r:APR!3 REMEDY CO. MJF'fl CHEMISTS ,
"i lirlt Ki nm rnrvu, a a -uv w aaa u a
C '.HnliriteiiteHtttnvnv to th rfitt'f
I'rvf, Jrar?rU eMi-l MmmSHi. iuitdt
Inthar.a. ArW l.u. JBTB. 1 be remertr ie wo'lrir; erlecty
BaJ eptlcaay Iram weaXoe. fnr e.fjfHt y-'ar Ta.i.
Cbfcara. Aar. U. am thorohlv ear- feel Up
top, 1 k ri'-g a-..!, in tbe cauMrr i tflimr WlUf
M.aaMrt.Ser. IS. Ib79. I received ao aiaca bratH jmcs flaa
r mi yoar ramedaea that I araat m try them la aaather caaa.
Tlita af of loaf tiimy, ac-t wl nett aorrif thtog vary a4raa4
Mick., Jaa. 2 UP79. I ha-a aead op year pc i are af e-eV
cmi; acrd me aa 4her aa aoa ae poatiiM. i tiai parkira
at pa4 all avpr-t tray tie. but there tea wealtneea yt, a4
I uuk jua wool- wyr tHi U4 f.r te e'iretf IbaC
loot (Vt. Khh, 179. I am almat aarpnac at tow Faa-!-a.
1 aey bar worked like a charm oa ae. am ji
t ice m much of a mil ae I arae before takte;. I an on the
reree af Use rrar. I tbuacM, and tlicra vaa bo aura far aae.
e I am ia rt"1 hn?Tt of m care.
West Ttrcioia. Auc. 2a. IbTu. I reverTed year mfteiaa, ami
I be'ieve it baa eared me, for which I am very tbaokfuL la-
K 3) M a fnerd. m bare dooa yraat Uuf aar aaa, i
ill e4 yoa aH te -Hrr I raw.
pleaaa a4 t for wfcicb f ivaae aead ate anotbor baa)
Fi'ant ti fAytHHan crtl MaffrffwdrM.
M!ari. J ere J6b. IK7a Flaaae forward me at occe anatbet
ia f tbe l'atilln. Tbe patient om whom I haw aaod meet af
r. r aiditt t- iirl bos. ia faat teaaacaaev atad 1
t. iek aarstbor wiTI art him gJI rig, t.
JVoera am Mmnn4t.
Macytao, eau t, t7. Laat Jaaar we from yon
bsmx r vour reae4r. far ata of oar easterner, aaW m anode)
a ikrfct core M him We ba ajsofbrr caaiimscr row atkeWr
fi.d im tha mm war. bad wieb by retwr aaaal a&e No. S bam
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
First clai Lodging Rooms.
First Clas Boarding.
Good Sample It oin
Everything and erery comfort
A Good Hotel can Furnish
Also, Good Wines, Good Beer, Good Liquo a
Good Lemonade, Good Clears,
Kept at the City Hotel.
uly rillD. GOOS, Proprietor
tn.Mt a piram
( ;;-.WA RNEH
rpa rpa I?
U i r .ate
Is ixade from a Simple Tropical l.af of T5:ire
Value, and is a Ioitiv Itcmrdy for all the
difeawes tiiat cause paiut iu the l;wfr part of
the body for Torpid I.iv-r Heiid:u'!ie Jaun
dice Dizziness, (iravt-l, Maluiia. and all diffl
eultiea of the Kidneys. Liver aud Urinary Or
gRuf. Fur Kcnmlr li-.e.-t-ei. Monthly Meti
struation, and during rrcgu:-wi-v. it lias no
equal. It restores the ortns that, make- the
blood, and hence is the let itlood I'nriflep.
It is the only known remetiy tliaf euie that
seotince, Itriht'M Lri '. Tor Diabetes,
Ue Warner's Wsifo Ikinbrt- ( urr.
For Sale by Druuxixts and Dealers at
per bottle, largest btt!e in the iiiarket. Try it.
II. II. WAKXEK & CO.. Uoc'.iestcr. X. Y.
, Battle Creek. Michigan.
Traction and Plain Engines
Host Couplet Timber Factcry Eatabllahad
Is Ike World. i 1848
A A VP a DQ of contimtouaKtluccsMifidlbHtt.
sc m I CM nO without cbanire of uame.
J mauatrenient, or location, to bark up " U
nrwMt wt.Tttjf yitm w, .t, tur iii.,
STEAt-POWTOt SFPARATOIIS and
CsmplrJ Hleittn OalHl.o mnicklau nualitirt.
fi Traction KsKiurs and Plain LiiKlaes
aver aeen in the Ammran market.
A muUituds of tprrxai fenturt and improvement
tor ll&l. tntrether witti superior qvuHtiee in cmatruc.
lion and material not dreauM-d ot t-v- oUH'T tuakent.
Four sizrs of Separator, from O vo 12 liorse
Rapacity, for eteam or Kar rower.
Two Btyk-e of " Jlounted " Hnrr-row!rii.
7(tt nfifl "-et f Selected I ninkr
fUJyJfJJJ frnm three to tix years uir--lri. !)
constantly on band, from which is built tho iu-
comparaoio woou-woik cl our luacanury.
Strongest, m durribl, and e.rir-mt ever
PrmfM and Threhermen ts invited to
InvHtisrate tr:is ma'ehleee Threatnug Slachintry.
CiruJai-s rcr t frea Addrexs ,
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.
Battle Creek, Michigan.
The majority of the ill of the human
pody (trine from p derangement cf the
silver, affecting both the ttomaeh and
hoteel: In order to effect a cure, it it
neeettary to remove the cause. Irregu
lar and Sluggish action of the Bowel;
Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Pain,
in the Sack and loins, etc., indicate that
the IAver is at fault, and that nature re
quires assistance to enable this organ to
throw off impurities.
Prickly ASb Hitters tr especially
mompounded fiir this purpose. They aro
mild in fheir action arid effectiee s a
cure; are pleasant to the taste and f(iken
easily by both children and adults. Ta
hen according to directions, they aro a
safe antPjtleasa nteu re for Dyspepsia,
General Debility, Habitual Con
stipation, Diseased Kidneys,
etc., etc. .Asa Dlood I'urliler they
a re superior to any other metlicinef.
cleansing the system thoroughly, and
imparting nete life and energy to the in
valid. It is a medicine and not an
ASK YSBI DRVQOIST rot PRICKLY ASH UTTERS,
and take so other. 7BICX. I LOO per Bottle.
CEYER BROS. I CO., SOLE PROPRIETORS,
8U Xiouia and Kansas City. Mo.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Xsiproresieiits anl Conveniences fczzl is
Tmr Sal ia Every City avnd Towa
ia ta Uaitod State.
and ly J. P, t'OX,
Pl-ATTSMOI TI! Xl U
A certain cura for Nervous
Debility, Seminal Weak-
nncc. Imootenee. etc.
The BeeiTM used in mr practice for 26 Teart
and an Ulusuatedbooicof 60papea giving (till tt
ructiona for self-treatment, sent fre. addmi
23LT, WXLXJAUa. 3JUIt UMti I
NO CHANGING CARS
OHA!M OR I LATTSM O L'T II
I Vlure liie't roiincctirns aro matle with
; Through Sleeping Car Lines
NKW YOltK. llOSTON. rilllll.Dni.Pi! U,
J AND ALL E ASTERN CITIES.
V s FeOMA for
IXUlAXAi'UI.IS. LOUlaVIUJi. C1XCJX-
XaTI, o.ittt ail iiuiiitifin the
S OTJ T'S EAST-
Tin: it J.K.T i.iM-. foi:
lit-rt Direi-l "t i 1 1 : i ij.s r.ie made in Hie
LAHiiN I'r.im vwin inrouj;!! Moeiniiir l :ir
l.im s for all i-omfsjOI 'I II.
i in: m:,v line for
isn; t-AVOKiTK iioute ion
Tli- :it:c jU:il-l linUscrineutf olli rod ly this
linr- to I lavi-it-rs ami Tourists ure its follows :
'llif otleiiiated I'ulliiiaii lti-Wln-fl faluue
.ls-epinu ars. run only on this lino.
('., It. & J. fahn'e r;tu in-l.'ooiii C;i!s.
V.'lili Ilrrtoii's Kt-flii.ini: c'luiirn. No Kxtra
Cli:irs:i- for Kt ct.t in li-'iii.ini; ("liaiis.
'i'lic f;:iiioiis C, 1. & j. I'ufut-e liiiiii Cnr.
Coilifi.m Sn.oKing C'iirs. fitted with eicruit
liiu!i-la-ked K;tlt:m Ilcvol vilijj 1'liafis'. for
tin- rx-lnsive i?v. at first-class ussrhj.i-is.
K:tst Time. Ste I Iwiii Tra' k am! Superior
Kiiii.;u.'tii eoiii!iiuf il with l'.rr Gratt TLmuyh
( tir naiiij. riuiit. Makes t hi, alove a:l othtM s,
the favorite fcoute to the
AST, NOl Til OK KOl'TII-KAMT.
TK V IT. anil on will Hiid TRAVELING .t Lux
ury f;ssteaJ tif a Discomfort.
1 hnnmh Ticket." via this ivlehrateil line for
sale at all offices in the I'liitetl States and
-Ill information ahout Kivtcs of Ktire, Sleep,
lii t ar Aceoiiiiiiodittiniis, and Tune Tallies,
will .e cheerfully fiven by api.lyiii to
James fl. Wood,
(leneral I'a-sser.cr g'l. IMiicao,
T. j. rorixii,
General Manager. Chicago.
Readings! necitationof Evocation!
(llQ NOW READY. f
This enT7r is iinlfitrm iritli the SrTe. anr con tain ia
e;her ntsuavn tpltrnit-l IH'lmnalln c -1 Jwoaini
Cr-mlttDiD K'Btfinent, Oratory. II nru or, Ftana
iOpw iVi.-o.30 Ctfl..mailtrd free. M1-1 b y LkiL-HcrJ.
Irery bvy who upenki pit re.t. every m-mber cf ft Lycenta
who tra'ir omt-Jli'.-.ij ISvir to ie-:u. ehor.td Hot 13)
VhoIo!t. Clrbr..tt-. an I Full l.Wt of Control Frw
"V fcZsoh&vt) Three Books of "DiALOoViiB' . 1.2cacha
Profitable Reading for Everybody
Dusinrsi men and women, teachers, mechanic!
rfarmers, ministers, mothers, and all who are tired
outby the constant toil and worry of your work!
,uon x unnK intoxicating hitters, but tt.e
Are you sintering troin lyspepsia, Kheuma-
tism. Neuralgia, or with Bowel, Kidney, Liver or!
vruiary complaints, yon can be eured by usine
It you are wasting away with Consumpuun, le-4
mic weakness or anv sickdcss it vou nave a nam.
iui concn or naa coin, yea will find sure relief in
l it you are enfeebled by disease, old age or dis-',
hipation, and your system needs invigorating, on
11 you nave pimpies ana oiotcnes, ana your blood1
necas puntyine. you can alwavs rtepend on
Madet'rom Oinoer. Buchu. Mandrake. Stillm.ia
and many other of the best medicines Luiiwn it lsl
the Best Health and Strength Restorer Everl
used, ana is tar superior to timers. Essences of I
Oingcr and otucr -Ionics, as it never intoxicate,
'and combines the best curative properties of all.
it Has Mrea h una red i or Llie; it say '
Buv a ;oc. bottle of vour dnieeUt. and to asoiri
counterfeits be sure our signature U on the out
side wrapper, Hiscox & Co., Chemists, N. Y.
1 1 n n ' 1 1 11 1 ii n it
Parker's Hair Balsam. teuiE2Ef-
The Best A Most Economical Hair Dresslat;
Containing only ingredients that are beieficial
to the hair and scalp, the Balsam will be found
far more satisfactory than any other preparation.
It Kever Fall to Restore Crj or Faded HsJr
to the original youthful color and is warranted to
remove aandrutt, prevent baldness and step laJUna
thn R CST nnrl rUClDrtT
mica or iKinviaKM. ta
lubrlrstir 111 tlwwnrlil It 1ia ..
. , ," aoesrot gum, nut rorms a
duolng friction and lightening the draft,
it is tlie cheapest iu it costs no more
than Inferior brands, and one box will do
the work of two of any other Axle Crease
made. Itanwerseiuaiy as well for Harvoeters,
Mill Ortsarinir. Threahinir MarhinRH. rvrn-Plnttra
Carrlaires, ISiiiru-ien, -tc. et., as for Wapon. It is
uuakan te t d to contain no Petroleum.
For sale l- all lirKtlaNS dealers. IV Our foeket
Cyclopedia of Thing H'ortA Knotting mailed free.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Illinois.
It is the result of 20 yrnrs' experience ap't
.experiments iu Sewiur JIachlnes. It pmiJi '
goodpoxnt of all present anti termer tuwi, and is
not a " one man "or prje "juachine, as others
re. It avoids therfelertM of others, and pos
aud rafuoi fuaturoa and convanlonoes.
I IS targe, KghUnnning, noitele; handsome, eon.
rontenf. durable, and rimrle. Warranted and
kept lnrepalrfreeforovenr. flrciilars with
iiii uwtn 1 'uoii neni
rdescriiition ent free on renueHt.
It la surely Uie
pest a trial will prove rt Ilon't fail to we It
tn.ll to tM
MACHINE CO.,Florenee. Mass.
V (HI 111 V (11 AVITVArTIIRI
UtU. V. BiSNT, 81 and fa Jackson 8t . C'Utourfo. ni:
ARE PAID Idifi- diwsiVIerl In
fino ' t O'-tv .vy ftctidcDt or otder Uc. A
Ot l f wii v kinj... oilliicr.to
or 4-Y. III' VT Vtib if but -liti.t. di-
eufctj i f Lu"C ur Vrtcoo Vtli' frivc t,
pt ni. n. tutlor now liw ihuuai:ii ara
i.t iltd to fin icrrj'W cf pen'k-n.
t r Hi other vf vnllicr v'r ,tttithu
r.nr.r pit pvni.n. Cl"XTY-li-rh.irce
fr woend, iin-r. r rupun.
r Tf fnll bornry. Si-.I 2 x:u.j-f rvy
1- imin ftn-l iJt'nrtv A'.t: t'u. -
. V. H. P!Ci747i.ci A e.,
Y. A.M'.l'nv1. J'r-'-t . r r
- . "fi i:. p. k m.-v
JOYFUL News for Boys arT t1rl ! I
Tounr and Old ! I A KEW IJf
VENTIOK just patented fus tbsm,
for Ioxhb nas I
"Fret and Scroll Bawinr, Turning.
Borinir, Drilling.Grirjdintr, Polialun.
Screw Cutting. Price $5 to ISO.
! Bend 6 centa for 100 paires.
KPHKAIM BiiOWS, IfH, tftMt
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of yoathfn impradenco cai'siiifj I'r j.i.
tare Decay, Nervous DebXlitv. Ist Aiaubood. etc..
bavioK tried in vain every kuown rnt!v. hai d.s
Cevered simple self cure, which lie iU a. u-l FREE
to his fellow .sufferers, address J. 11. ltllEYUS,
3 4.'ktaUiani tt., fi. V.
9m v. v v eb n mm smrztum-
M aSi TTW
AGENTS FOIl THE CELE
&ash Paid for
Here We are with a Complete Stock
BLANKETS. C03IFOHT8, SHAWLS, SKI UTS
CASSIJIEIiFS, JEANS. VALISES, DliESS,
lilBliONS, LACES, CARPETS, FLOOR OIL
WINDOW SHADES aiui FIA'TU RES, dr., &;.
Gir-Hats, Caps, and Hoods,
UNDH!.VEAI, ALL (;()L-)i:s AND 1ZLS VV
IMUCES TO SUIT KVKUYIiODY.
Card IBiaB!l & Moltoe5
GLOVES ct- MITTENS TO FIT EVERYBODY, hoth in SIZE d- PRICE
Also the best Select Stock of strictly first-class (Jro
ceries, C anned and Dried Fruits, Tobaccos, Queens
ware and Glassware in the City. All of which we
guarantee to sell as low as anybody.
to close Cash Buyers, ami for large quantities.
S .S. MAIN sriCEET.
Although 'Lection is over we are not done selling good3, by a long shot
OU WILL FIND AT F. 8. WHITE'S nxrn nw Tin? t Ai,vr .am
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
Groceries, E&ry goods, Glass s&
The nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over 30O barrels down Celhu.
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
F. S. TVJBiTTJSrS,
Is resei'vcfiJ for
ITH, BLACK & C
TO Q-I"VE THEM -A. CALL.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
SEE BY EXAMINING
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &, PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE CHEAT rOXXEfTTIXO MXK RETU'EEV THE EAST k THE WEST
Its main line roui from i.'hirajro la Comim-iI
Bluffs, pass I ti through Juliet. Ottawa. 1 Salle.
Ueneseo. Moline. Kock Islsud. Isvenuort. West
l.lbertr. Iowa Citv.Mareuuu. Uruoklrn. Uruinc-ll.
IMS Moines (the capital of Iowa), bluitrt, Atlan
tic, and Aroca ; with braoohi-s from Uurs.u
Junction to Peoria ; Wilton Junrtiun to Muaci
tine. Washineton, Fairtleld. Elclon. Uelktiap,
CeDlreville, Princeton. Trenton, (iallutitt. K u mo
ron. LeoTenwortli. Atohison. and Kanaas crujrj
Wailiinirton to KMeourney, OfktMwa. and Knox
vllle; Keukut to
hjiui to ramnnK.D. uona
t artinnKD. llonnparte. Hvn-
Tjllu, UakaWia, i'elis
t. tmuo, ottuuiwK, t. my-
vino, Uaaaioia. fella. Monro, and LKa Jioioes
ViltolAn . XI . . I I. r..i.. ... ... I I .. ,f
vV intertet: Atlantic to Lewis sul Audulxm; and
Avoca to llarlan. This is positivelr the oiilr
Railroad, whlca owns, and operates throat"
line from Chicago into the State of Kansas.
Through Kzpress Passenger Trains, with Pull
man PaiaceCarsattaciieal.aioruii each wajr dailr
between Chicago and Peokia, K.vi iTr.
CoL-Mcti. BLt-rrs. Uatxvohtei and Atchi
son. Through CX arealsorun between Milwau
kee and Kansas tltr. via the "Milwaukee aud
IVtCklllahd bhort Line."
The "Great Kock Island" is inacniarentlr
quipped, lis road bed is simply pvrfecw sua its
txsck is laid wilh steel rails.
What will please you most will be tbe pleasure
Of enjoying your meals, while passtkg or the
beaauiui pratrtes ot uiidow aaa lows, ui mm u.
our macnidcen- PtuUta Vaxs that steoonpsny sji
inrquKU a.spress irauu. iu am a
BimI as good as is served in say Brss-claae
Appreciating the fact tbat a majority or m
V SJ V S3 WUaa ... . . .
Beople prefer separate apartments wrgmrrem
Purposes (and tbe Immense pasanigor business
of this line warranttng ni. we arepjpaawu sm
soimn that this Company runs i'Mlsam I'aitc
iierpino Cars 7or aleopias puaposes. and I'uluc
COTKCli. HLVFm. tjXXXm
PAbACE OAKS am
C fcw 12A Vtttli in-t'MV
Tteketa wss thlt LM. Imws ma ta
sUljrtcket AiWI ae Vsltsil Mtavtejai una
for tAsWtassitlM ot ofetaUBLavbl) svt wottr
-ft. - 1CIMBALL
15 HATED LEA V ENWOI! T 1 1
Butter and Uggs.
IO E, FLA NNE ,..,
CLOT If MATT IN GX
H. BAKER & CO.
Grocery & Drv
CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY. WILL
THIS MAP. THAT THE
i-i.t feature of our i'slace Cars la a SMrKlC
nina Van for estliiir DurDoaesonir. '"""
bAI,H;-i wti-ro you can enjoy your
at all hours or tna nay. .
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uu.l Miaawun nvrrsat all points crossed by thai
luie. und transfi-rs are svolded imu'"- '
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Ft. W. '. K. Kds.
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LAfi"'ii.i.t. with III. Cent.Il. R.
aCpsouia. "'th P. P. J.: P. 1. k K.; LB.sk
W ; 1". Alid.: and T. P. & W. Kds.
At Kueii Ui.aM. with Milwsce ft Rock
It land eliort Line." and Rock lsi '4 at Peo. Hde.
At lAyj!Nrouj with, the lse,vcaaort IiTiaiesi
AtWEsr l.'ittaKTr. with theB.. C. R. ft N.K.B.
At CiKiXNtXU with entral Iowa R. K.
Al !'- Moinks. with I). M. & F. 1). R. R.
AiioiMlL bLtrrs. wtth Union Past a e R. R.
At Ovaha. with B. ft Mo. R. K. K. In
Alt oi.fM Ufi jL-NCTIOM.with B.C. K. ft it. K&
cf iTI,;,"ri Central luwtK.lL ; W,
Et. U ft Pa aud C. B. ft J. IU Kds
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At Usirom. wtth U.HkJ R. R.
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Ket SktBos. svddrese.
JU. NT. JOHN,
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