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HOME, FARM AXD GARDEN. I
Sedge or marsh grass rahke juwjxs '
rellent mulch for nimTc it lT'-1
nervous than ever. .V. Y. Herald.
-Spr.nkle corn meal over the turnip;
or roots of any kind that are to1) fed to
milch cows and givcdirectlv after milk-
ing. liythis means anv unnlvasint
lmorto the milk will be avoided -
I'ruin'i' Fanmr. '
irnr ..,, nn.l.iTr., 4..T-
m.i i. ii,u ..lid OllC-liall Ol Hour nn il
RiNin. one of current a imnll . un o
molass. sis .0.1 :.l. li ",1. '
tii n " . .
.rt ...fi 't i.-1-t. " : . '" ,:c L
, " ".r'-r.r .. l'""Alur- kc
U.H.-IUI.U11SUI an iiour. lin-i'i.n r.txi
i made by boil
qua-sia in a"fallon
i. .:.::,.,- - j,--.iJu.lu.
iiu omj treatment to be prescribed Ino bouthern States, within tKo past few
for nervous horses is kindness and rears, the price of Jand has asa general
quiet handling. If beaten or spoken tc t,lin- more than doubled ib market
roug.jly they become more nvnitoil nn.i price. In the Is'inrKno-lnnil -.mA Afiilftln
i....i., .i.... , ... .-iii';:"'".v"'"'"o" uuu.ua tJie ejirver fouml the tm'kev a lone- h
leavin- soine Hs,?nc S - W,U,,lrt i P , n3' , nlCf ,a- hT an? 0 ""Joint, and, after tuginir awhTle
miVTio! , iS eon.19ted-o his wife-and six at it. he made more room by clapping
-oi m Sm - "' ,P urfaci'. rfiiWreii; four of tliese were attending .;l w r llish )f j,,,,, Win- 5m'0l hi;
oaa.o.it:idtuam. l!ook thai un the public school and of couriehad to vie-int fh-iir iml w in mi h-.,.t-i,..r .?
wortli reading at all nnnvorth repealed be led and -clothed and furnWied with the t rkev hieier rede but Si li Se I
neni-al .ffi?.vM if.vi. n.'r f.-.. . IL-e .i,;i. ,. A i ..:..i..ai '1 ',c ll,lKV. I3 energetic Ullt ll-4iuccteil.
mg lour OUIK-05 o '- .'-- ""-"'" "" l"."i-" "",
fi?M-aler.am!ndiliiil!antVV and ?v:l3 fortimatc SV1.1"1
two orthree ouncesof soft soap, dilut-na
is may be nee'arv. o as to bu tulh
ilirown nvci- tli. tii.,ni .;,i. .......i:. ..
li.r i. - - """!
IIIII'l.iV ....! ..M....l. .1 ' '
WI,on ,., U:.....I... it
h:.v th.-y have a stnm"r .!..;. fn
. .- xj-..7 ii.- woi ni:i ii ii i? fin
tti t . 4iiiim If 4. .1 . .
in.i k.iiiki ji it'll iiii fii:wi- i.-mfic ri
?!iniiK ige in null: as well as an actual
So?s of liesl:. li slon Trtuwriiit.
Careful attention to feed and .'
:se is worth more than medicine in the
Jreatment of chronic diarrhea in sto-k
In horses it sometimes is the result of a
too greedy appetite. In such a case
let the food be of uch a nature as will
preven' rapid eating. (live in all esses
food casv of digestion, and Oxerci-e the
animal genth. Tonic stimulants such
as tincture of pej)jennint, ginirer or
-loves are useful i' given steadily in
moderate does. A. J". Herald. " . I
When :. pump tube -freezes olid Io '
not pour in iiot water in the common
way witii the hope of thawing. The .
hot water will tay a- the top, and that
will be the end of iL Hut procure a
lead tube or any other kind of pipe,
place the lower end directly on the ice
in the pump, and with a funnel p-.ur
ho! water in at the top. The weight d"
the water in the pipe will drive it hot
ag.ii jsL the ice, the pipe sett'in-r a- fat
a-, the ice melts, and the whole will be j
ui.iuuu uiu in an uicrcuiuiA aiior
ingestion and Asiini!ati(tn
It has benn observed, of some eittl".
in ecess of those from others'of l'i:e
-i.eand age on similar feed. These
copious dr -nnlnjrs are not usnalH oh-
served to come from prompt fattetiers.
because the condition named i, .mois -d
to the rapid laying on of tjlr-h. The
tendency is onoosile. because, in cittle
having this peculiar, not a litth- oi
the nutritive properties of food iia---'-
rapidlv through them. As will alvav-
be observed m animals that "are opened
and evamined after death, the content;
f .- ii - . .- - ,i :--. .
of.tne small i.d- Urn s, tho-c hrt r -
eeiung the partially digested tood. w 1;
be found So I e lhpifd in'form. gradualh
a um'ng consistency, as thev pa-"
along throiK-'h the intestines. Intlii
15 u 1 s'a e. sueh pioportions a
u.itritif us in chara'ier are in the
M biecond lion to be ab-orbed.
When the. evacuations are in ecess,
as thev sometimes are. even though the
.... ,,nt ..f ....,,,1 t ,b,. l, sne.ll in n..:iM.
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tav.,j)ocaitlcbeist can make any gain
in fi-sh. aad it is worse than a wa-t tc
r...?i..r- .-.. . i 4i t -....I., v.. tio mvestect ms lew nunurcc s in
2 ill f'timp T hIfVllslve!vcc,!sloI,t,-fann."npon which was a miserable
IkLl .J.i S P:lTv,.fr:VCtl-e house and a few acres fen-d and im
htlf, ? f rVat,Cl" nt "nnn '," ' Pvel. The land (210 acres) cbt him
,W,l?f,,:",ra.Vl,I!l71Sl,ro,1:ivedoaK an acre. The family all
Alack of y:itj.r will quickly raiise a look iIol(l :in(1 :(i ...hat thl,r -..i.i
. - - - t ? : ..r c i i sniiveie 1 jii uv.iiii! iiiiinircn iiriv niiiiiv. n.irr'iv iniiitim jrir.i-i.n.,...r.nn.,..i,:
tl'MM in llie giving l won. ua;nir ;- rt. T ",--, , , - .:," "V -" ' " J " "'" ,Mt"h
hrWal-'oalN tor ren rather than for J -' Vflwt yf t,u is h " ,K,-V'- ! ' im ""t"" i""?,"fc1-i".Vr?r',,r,oa,n
a,., attempt, alwavs worse than u-e but. is worse on g rls, li fefeSa
les, to force weakened organs to do H- ". 'or al.en to the r inenla Tjci.u-mllaca, a. V j
i ... ,..!.;,.i. ti,..,. ,.., ni.ii-'.li ulum iii constilutson. the cnect on them oft , . , .. ,
t at y. hicli tue can onij no wnen in . . , Socisty is verv cv.c'r. The people ino-t
nn..i of , fill . health -and vi-ror. A ihl wnuatual pnicte-. i to e haihl the j maut att(.r nre'thoio who do not i.av their
I ery earefurevperiment'wW tried i:p"bVf ",u- pwe.-at the t-nie, and to leave , debts.
iw,; ffls. the oliK-ct bcin- to test tiior- i.,,.e "Run a.terward tilled wit i useles ,
nughJ. tho comparative powers of -i
'-iuiiiatiou between the two. Thce
per iu"iit continued fourteen dav-, eich
i a. bjing in. her ijth yciir. and tach
.ne close" to' J,0X) potmdi iuwe'ght.
Ilni'i was fed a lr.i"tion undci 102
pounds of rye gras tlaily. 7." er cr-nt.
of this gia.? w.i water, so tint :5iil
poundsof dry matter entered tly; to7i-
ach of each cow m lourtecu days, tue
.lun- of one cow weighed, when vo!d- ' au :i reunion i ys own nature ami !o
ed,1,0- pounds, and of JtlnT ofln-r. the wanH ol its I::tun life. aQeeUons
1. OH) pounds. Tlioroughlv dri. d. that not attenuated by scholasti routine,
of the cow giving otf tae "amount iir-t i1"1 " rlii ncs, hat is only compat
..uoted, weigh dl!7 pound-, and from iblc with good liuaUIi. J nc cramming
the other. 14't pounds. This il , UP Llh.c ,lr-v act of ,lJi? " ,l,an-r sab:
showed thafeUie abSorl-nts oi ontT cow Jc.w ;n.nV:3t ?? " ,'ar,I,,,,"s"; and
took up halfa'ponnd'of the solfd 'food J ?mrw tne "l1,1 ffnttudy of one
dadv nV.re than was taken up l.v t! .doftnem, selected on account of
other. This entered the blood each " xl"? " to tht". ,m',lta constitution
twmtv-four hours, and illustrate.I what , ot lhe le:"'!KT- or her probable leqmre
will be found trne of cattle tifo aworld JU0t!l jn-f'"" 1,f "Vto1 V'
, thaf there is a great diversity in '
aimropriativo iiolvcrs of diiierent ,
anim-ils as great
there is i
in the heat'ng jiower of diflerent stove
upon the use of a given amount of fuel. '
'Ihe expenments g.vcn anovc snow f
that more than half the substance h,0-llfii yr dav.was a sick man who was
taken Into the system as food pas-ed in-, tai;on to the city dispensary, where it
lot!ceir-ii1aton, and w not vo.dcd j was fot;nd he -ha,i ;m attack, of apo
by the bowels. ( atlle feeding has not j losVm The unconscious man's pockets
vet been reduced to that sstem. which Verc searched bv one of the citv detect-
ails m manv omer orancnes oi
taught at these schools has ifo field for
experiment so appropriate, when we
lake into account the obiecc of cstab-
ii.shin; a-ricu tural schools, with ex- ,
perimentai farms attadied,
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and feedinjr establishments
into iho plans. Such experiments j
are made to elucidate obscure and 1111-
important matters, made largely for l he
amus- ment of the students, at any rale,
thev do not appear as of auv interest
i r alue in agriculture, should be omit-
:ed in everv e:ise where the laboratory '
;ind the tmc of the class can be taken
up by the sub ects pertinent to the feed-
iu' of farm stock. Live Stock Journal, j
..r,.i-.nic ,11 minv iTtr iir.-iTirnp n . ., ? r n- tr i--, ,
,.i ....... ... -- - ives "Willi a viewiocMauu.sniniiis men-' muisnooiitoeholce,. ...... 4 ) (. 57.1
ims.iioss, where frequent and thorough ,itA t the first haul he brought to ' 'StSK-Tj0 c'?c 3T3 (,t M
icst are instituted through which all ,; ht a lofe of ske!eton" kevsC-The de- IvHEvV-winte?0 1 fit
jrnipinjrs ,iithedar.c,spievuited Our ktivc.decided he had a clue, and fol- j No! J":;:". w &
ajr cultural collep lanns allord ihe , ,owin it Ilp hc brought to lirht ii hot- 5r$-.7 m,xed iLS i'1
verv best possble opp, rtunu.es f,r tlc ofpcrrfx 0n,-a coll of fuse, a file, a glfer".::::::":::, H?L W"
niaKing these expenments, as all the I -ir. of ,ni shoe .Vpotind of jrunnow- I'ORK '...:' liar 1n sr,
ajinl.anees are at hand, or if they are .nfi i.irk Hnt0m V letter wis cqrrox MMdlin? !i4!i uj'
Advantages of Farming.
r mi ; mii i .t- tt?..i c.
:r -V Vp - uni oiaws
. - , - -
the advance has not linen so
rait, but in the Western States and
Territories the advance has almost kept
pace with the Southern States. In this
ptat,e,w,t!im ,a few years past Improved
aimosc every instance more
than doubled, and in many cases more
than quadrupled. To show some of our
"v and town people what has and mav
i 1 ., .
W WlliSlve"ne ,ns.tance,
among the many we could mention of
' wti a mechanic ha
as done in the oast
At that time lie was
A.avock with four dollars afYlav. lor
r . . u,!;,) :.,.-.
. ,y Vml
;ivuvi t'liuiHiviuuiii, ucinir a Kiiieo
n. and vet with the strictest
J economy lie
j economy he had saved but a few hun-
ltvrr1 ilril!i7.c -i ml i nit11infrTnif lril
.....it ii'iiiti. - 1111.. -. t 1'Wltlill" tJUU Ulllll"'
j ery and poverty before him if he con-!
MiMH-U mi III im-, w;i; UHTeiOre
u - i" "P
from the citv.
ft tVlli .1 t
tt .- -
i,. ., w ,.... !,,. ;..,,i , ; ,..:.
I J. -. JW l.IO lllj 114411 l lLi 11 t lilt
many privations, but they managed to
g-t along and to live tolerably comfort-
able. Kach year improvements were
made as ta-t as the means would atlord.
Trees were planted, vines and even
shades ami ornamental trees.
l the time of purcbasimr
and commodious farm-house
IT.?.. t- a 1 a r- 11
-- iiiiriir "i mil' ii"ni i i tra r si wi -
VJI.ufaJ jiiowuwK -,, .u ?.w.iiy wu-iuV;uho ni i ... .... .. ..... n(r tlirt nl.i nrjiti. fMvl
was erected, which was followed 'by a aKlli ' curc- ln a ,eller to tl,e "romcie
larxre an J convenient barn, sheds and " confirms Capt. Swabey's blatem-nt and
otlier necessary buildings. To-day the . mldb: "I cheerfully give mv uiiqunlitleil
former med anic and dav-laborer, who attestation to the jnithilnoss of the state
lived from hand to mouth, takes his' went, because If eel perfectly rertain'that
familv to the citv in a handsome car-
iase'drawn by" a beautiful thousand-
lollar team, and has the satisfai-tion of
Miuu Hu.:i ins uwii w.IU auu 5 uCf,
on independent ami happy man. Last
week he was otlcrcd 18,000 for his
land, he havingadded some to it since
his first purchase, which he refuses. If
he had lemained in the cify those foul-
teen years the best ho could have ac-
eoniplishcd would perhaps have been to
become orncr or a small hou-e of his
Too Many Suhjecls in (hir Schools.
1 am no educationalist, and may be
1 accused of speaking about iiat 1 am
ignorant of if I Mi'jirest, that too many
' thing- are taught at tho same time, and
too much I me is lalccn lor the wiiole
' process. Think of .an nrfdevcloped
brain jrettinir up book-knowledge on
ten diflerenr sub;ect.s all the amoday,
ami tins going on day after day for
years. It is altgether contrary to the
principles of a sound ps . ehol-.ry to im- "
agine that anv sort o mental process, i
.,7wilii- .f iii"i. t,.,t,.ii nf ihln'-lmf -m
noitli .f the name ot tn lining, um
take place in that brain while that is
going on. The natural tendency of a
good brain at that age to be iuquM- '
live ami receptive is glutt d to more.?
own. There are still opportunities for e "uti-rcoior prepared by Well-, Itich-
1 J others to go and do lik,wise though of . 'SSalaay offer 2, hjrt
, j course each year many chan es :ire ons to health; that I have, voinnaivd it with
' iasinr awa.- tan FranvLco Chron- Eomeoftlicbcstofthcothffr1hic.erColor.siu
oi low. ,yfc r ,
:uc man -aueiy. iiie naiurai proe-s'oi
bet building up a fabric of mental lomplctc
j nes b havmg each new fact and ob-
- ..?... IT . 1
'enat.on looked at m d.iierent ways,
?"- "aving n suggc-t omer tacts ami
d":w ami then settle down :i,a part of .
the reanHr furn tore of the nvnd 'nn
,n-jgiiiar iurnvyirL oi ,iiic,m.iui, can'
n,yt po-ibly go on where new tacts are-
things that are oon forgotten and jiass t
away; as doe' he said about iirofcs-ion-al
men- they labo- under a great disad
vantage in not being allowed to be ig
n"oKi"t T. what s to theiu useless T'J'laj '
vital energies and nervous power that
had thus I cen thrown away should have
gone toward a feminine equipment of a
healthy, well developed bod, a mind
built up and stored w tii know !cdgc"that
.11 li A. J "1 J
,ni,:,,u" '""K I"",u ;r,""r"
ion D" popular Science MaWy.
An L mucky rit of Apoplexy.
Iniovgthepasseugors by the incom-
in,P lo-ijcvjiiu & Xashville train at St.
found' beariiiir an address which andi-
catetl tliat the man's name was Jasper,
reading which the detective nodded his
lia.i.l l-nnunnirlr .inrl Cllfl- 1 1-ltt ilftot-
hin . j tho f, t' j wouut set' hfm this
After this a'srroke of apoplexy 1
included in the list of devices
at the dispoi f the astute St. Louis
fin,f:w J 0 T.n; rtr.nuhlir.an. 1
19 LU UU
HVtVWbtlVi lUfc VHw --- ---- --
The wealthiest man in Connecticut
is ex-Governor James E. English, xvho
began life as a farmer's boy and a car-
penier. lie 15 wortli six millions,
Most of it was made m the lumber
business. Hartford Post.
j j 8 fccsPuiW-In tWCaSr!
i .t - mi -
" A paragraph of State sews, embody-
tiiniiL,!. Liiiun au i Jiuiinui. Iir.iu ii
U. Lyman, of this city, to recall a similar
occurrence in that neighborhood a Joug
time ago before he was born, and he
is eignty. In the original incident
(which was a true story) the "head of
the table," a lawyer, while standing to
carve the turkcfound a need of more
room, and so i-ct a big dish of hot pud
ding in his own chair. The company,
seeing tiie chance for fun. diverted his
mind .from the pudding by introducing
a lively theme that .ct all a-laughing
and when Mr. Carver sat down he sat
in the hot pudding. The later version
whether of a new "mid real incident or
an improvement on the old one is that
at the recent Thanksgiving in Wyiidham
inthe l:i of a lady at thu t:iblc", and
p:stlellg the table clth with greae
and gravy. The carver, aghast, and
ruefully ecclaiming: "Now I've. done
it!"1 weakly .subsided into the pudding,
and found he had indeed done it.
20,000 Gone! t
San Franxisco, Cal. The Chronicle
publishes in substance tho fullov.-iu-r mar
vel. Captain "V. F. Swncy, the oldest
pioneer of tho coasr, linker a statement of
the intense buffering of his frioad Col. D.
J. AVilliamson, an Army ollicer of distinc
tion ami an Ex-U. S. C?nul, who was at-
. tacked in the winter of lSCl-ii with violent
rheunntiMu. So -reat was his nSoii.v in
after yeans, lie became a helpless erip!e,
and after trying numberless remedies, 'ho
baths of other uouutnc' and sjieiiding a
f ortmio of -"!IV'C0, the disett-e se med to as
simio a more virulent type. Finally, he
a1wtM Pnatlwl to try St. Jacobs Oil, t
rear conquejor or pain, it woweiiannr-
a KnowieuKo oi my cure i.y bt. Jacoi.s uu
will prove the meansofreli.-vingh
of uflerers. r .. t
. LoVE savs an nmoroI1, writcr, is
nu iirilai transpprt." A contemporary
remark,: 'Ta-.ame migut be said of a
canal-boat."' Troy Times.
j - - - - -
j Tweiity-flvo rer'Cent. Strnnser than ny
otin-r Gutter color,
. - " " x Bukmsoton, V'Uj.Jujy.SrJSSi
. I horel-y icertify lhat ! have "examined
the market nndtind it to be more than twen-
ty-fivf per cent, ptiungor m co.or than the
Le-t of th j.o' hers.
I am satisticd that it is not liabl- ti lie-.
como ranei I, or in any wav- to injure Iho
biut-r. I have examined it a.ier two
in nt.!s fre uxiosuid to the n;r in a placi
hablj to large changes of temperature,
and fou id no iraco o. rauciliy, while th
" nm buuim.iy vxpasjii uecaworaawu.
J. II. Sabiv. -
IVof. Chemistry, University otVonuvut.
WoKUI!i; troails OII ucolR ol- wonileR nut.
tan rri-ir i tfturuweed to euro nervous Hs-
ArrEP.lomr.JIerenry and Fotah treat-
nient, I found inv.self a rrinplu from Jler-
curial Uhuamati,m. Tried Hot Sprin-s
two years without reli-f, and was finalfy
cured sound and well by The tiw of Swift's
Spetdiic (S. S. S.) "Cn.vs. Bkko,
Hot Springs, Ark.
Scan pscpip aro so modest that oven
their wounds ar? monifieil wlin the sur
geon loois at them. Boiton Globe.
mE iitoon ivould uux.-For flvc. years
Lw?s"reat -ftVjrfrom Catarrh. -My
"oirns weioo sensitive
tho least bit o das'; at 1
tho Mood wmid-ran, and
nostrils were, so sensitive I could not bear
times so bad that
at night I coald
Ilalri Ilniit-y of liirr'iinui! :nnl Tar. .
Slaku tini'dviise.Qf jtUu jltaikIis. Piko'sX
Swin's Specific ( S. iS. S.) Imseliqve.l
tii nf minlierin.'ifn o.tenAf Tlr.-Twflr.ivlili
had troubled me for twenty-five years, and
had bafllo.1 all orts ol trea'munt.
liEV. i. n. ukaxuaji, Jiucon, txa.
No Safer Rem::dy can bs had for
Coughs and Colds, than "Iiroicn's JJron
thiol Troches." 8 ld only in boxes, io cts.
THE GEXEKAli 3IAKKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 8.
CATTLE-Shlppinjr Steer.".. ...I W v,
Nauvo Heifers 3 00
Nutiru Cows 3 () a
.thitchera' Steersw .4 00 (&
HOGS Good to ohoica heavy 4 3" Gf.
I.ipht ;.... 4 00 dh
WHEAT No. 1 i !0 Ot,
O. m. .. o- Qft
Q o. ....... .,..... 1 (Q,
GOKX No. 2 S9!i
OATS No. 2 , , 28 (5
KYE No. 2 HW.'jL
r L.U u K raney, per Pack 2 10
cn 2 '20
r HAi Oar Jots, briffhr.. ...... 7 t ?.
uu'Jteii-Choice Uuiry 2i (
CHEUSE-Kaneus, new tti &
EHG8 Choice - 18' or.
POKK Hams...; j 13 Tu
Shoulders ' 7. Si
Sides .l '.. V
LAitn... .......'.. o a
WOOL Missouri, unwashed.. 18 fij,
POTATOES Per tmshel 33 to
CATTLE Shippinir Stvers. ..
Medititn new leaf
IKMiS Good to choice
SHEEP Fair to choice..:-.
ri.uUR Common to choice.
WHEAT No. 2 red
A " si a 1
jj J J.
POKK New 31 ess v..
CATTLE Exports j. . . . j
HOGS Good to choice
rLOUK Good to choice
WHEAT No. 2 red
14 35 & 14 40
5 7n 4
OATS Western mixeil..
P0IIK Standard Mess 14 75 15 W
-huui . ak. v w y u j
A MYSTERT OF THE SEA.
The Fate Which Overtook the City of
Boston." Captain Murray's Ideas
A few years ago, Hhe City of Boston
sailed from harbor, crowded with an ox
pectant throng of passengers boupd for a
Sho never entered port.
The mystery of herhmiunoly end grows
deeper as the years increase, and the jAt-
lau'ic voyager, when tho fierce winds
howl around and danger is imminent on
"every hand, shudders as the name and
mysterious fate of that magnificent, vessel 4
are alluded to. r
Onr reporter, on n recent viit to New
Yo.k,- took lunch wiUi Cnjitain Georgo
Siddons Murray, on board tho Alaska, of
tho Rtiinn line. Captain Hurray is a man
of stalwart build, uclldaiit frame and)
uiuvrv, f.:iiiui uisomlioii. no n;is o''en a
constant voyager for a quarter of n. cent
ury, oer half of that time having benn ;u
llietrans-Atlaniic'sei-vice. ' Tn the couie
o( the conversation ovw the ivi-ll jir'Iad
.table, the mystery of the Citu of JJv.iton
was nlhl led to.' '
4'Yes. remarked -the 'Captain, "X shall
never forget the last night we saw that ill
fa od vessel. 1 was chief ollicer of tho
(Jitv.of Anttrcrn. On the day uc shrilled 1
thu. t'tty of Jiitston a fuuous soiuh'-.tst
hurricane set in. Both vessels 1'ibnred
hnrd. The sea sepnied detersuiriel to
sweep away every ve-tiso of life. When
day ended the gab- did ,not aba e, and wv
ery thing was laue 1 for a night of unusual
fury. Oar good ship was turned to tho
south to avoid tho possibility of ice-bergs.
Tho City ofliostnn, however, undoubtedly
went to tin- nortn. Her boa's, liio-preservers
and rafts were all .securely laski d;
and when she went down everything went
wi.h her, never to re-uppear until the sea
gives up its dead."
" What, in your opinion, C'nntain, wns
the cause of the loss of the City ofEustuiiV
"Tho City of Limrrick, in almost pre
cisely the sanio latitude, a Tew days latq-,
found the sea full of floating- ice; and I
hayo no doubt tits Ci'y of Jloalnn collided
with the ice, anil bunk." liiii'itdiately."
Cantaiii ijurray has bee;i in cninmaudof
the Alaska over since she .was rut in com
mission a lid fols justly proud nfhis noblo
shij). JSho carries thousands of pisssngers
every yar, and hn? gren'ly jiopular.zed
the Williams & Guion line". Keiaarkii'g
upon the bronzed and healthy appearance
of the Captain, the iej orf-r snid that tea
life did not seem to be a very great phys
ical trial. 4 ,
"'No? But a p 'i-snii'.-? appearance is not
always a tnistworthy indication of his
physical conrti ion: Por seven years I
have, been in many rcspees-vtery much out
of so'rts with mvself. At certa'in times 'f
wns so lame that it was difficult; for mu to
move around. 1 coul 1 scarcely straighten
tip. I did not know what the trouble was,
and though I performed alf mv duties ro-ula-.ly
and satisfactorily, yet I felt that ,1
migut.sjmu Uav be ovoiraUou witii seme
-enens prosfrajlug lisor.ler. These
troubles increased. T felt dull and then,
"irani. shooting pihrt thr.v.igh mv arms
and limbs. 1'ossibiy the uuxtday I'vould
feel flushed and unaccountably uneasy
and the day 'following chilly andd.spoi.d
srtt. This continued!nnil last Decpmb?r,
nlicn I was prostrated soon after leaving
Qiieenstown. and for the remain lerof tiie
voyage was a helpless, pitifin s.ifferor. In.
January last, aJne.ml.who made t!e:t voy
ng.'witli me, wiflfeiiW'ii letter urging iiie
to try a new conr.so of treatment. Iglnd
Iyaccpted his counsel, and for the last
sfven m eiths have given thorough and
business-like 'attention to the recovery of
my natural health; mid to-day, I have the
proud satisfac.iou of saying'to you .that
tho lame back, ihu stranjrc fo-.-rngs,' tho
-ciat!c rheumatism wh.c.'i have so lone
pursued me, have ntirw'y disappeared,
through the blond-nuriiying influence of
Warner's fcjafo Uheumatie Cure which en
tirely erndi -ated all rheumatic, .poispn
froni my system. Iudeet, to m.v it seems
that it has workel winders, an 1 I there
fore most cordially; commend it."
"And you l.ave no tioutue now in oxpcs-H
mg yourself to the winds of the Atlantic;"
"Nott e, least. 1 limnssnund as a bul
let and. I feel specially thankiid over 'the j
fact ui'cau-o. 1- believe, rheumatic and kid
ney disi nse is in tho blood of my family. I
was dreadfully shocked on my last arrival
iu LiverpoM to learn that my "brother, who
is n wealthy Chinn tea inerchan, had sud
denly died of -Bright's disease of tl.p kid-pej-s,
ainl c insider nrysclf extremely fort
unate in having taken niy trouble in time
and before any -iuoru serious effeefs were
possible.' . - ,-rt,
'The donversaiion driffed'to other topics,
and as tho wiitur watchwl thu face before.
him, so strong n all it; outlines and yet sojl
;;emui, iiuti iiieunu ui uif innumeraiue exposure-,
and hardships to which its owner
had been expos-d, ho instinct vely wished
ull who are ;ulFering from tho- terriblu
rheumatic tronblK now so Common mifrlit.
know of Captain 3Iurray'K expedience and1
the meaus by which he hail been restored.
Pain lsii common thing in this world, but
far too manv vndur it when thev mtfrlit
just ns'wiill avoid ,it It is a falsj philoso-1
pay winch tencUes us to enuure when wo
cau just as readily .avoid. So.tLouKht the
hearty Captain olptlie. Alaska, so thinks
the'w'ritor oud'so should' H others think
who desire happiness anda' long life.
X ' I A : I: J.'- '
Fi.ouiua wa'er The Suwanee River. -Wahinjtu)i
Their Kara islA):ion.
Lojrinns of people have had their lives
made miserable' I13- tiles. This: .painful
difficulty is olten induced and always ag
gravated by Constipation. Kidney-Wort
is the great remedy for' all affections of
this kind. It ait5 as 11 gentlo cathartic,
promotes a healthy action of the 1 bowels,
and sooths and heals the inflamed surfaces-.
It has cured hundreds of cases where all
other icmedios and applications bavo
failed. Sold by all druggists.
A sweet perfume a jzold dollar: it has
a hundred good teats. Ddiroit l'ost.
TnE only remedy soid in the United
Stutes to-day that actually curex rheuma
tism is Du.angM. It never-hns and never
can fail to euro theLworst case. Write for
Iioe pamphlet. 1 K. K. Uelpheustiue, drug-'
gist, asuinton, i.,c.
Tiik bntoher is always happy to meat;
iends. .V. 0. Picayune
2TFitted out for the Reason, Dresses,
cloaks, coats, stockin'gs ami all garnients
can bo colored successfullv with the Dia
mond Dyes. Fashionable colors. !On!y
Wc at.druggists. Wells, Ilichardbon & Oo.,
Burlington, Vt. j
iTHE GREAT GERMAN
j"! aClEEillBIQEs !
,d va roi i
lU'Ucvcs anil cun-s
SORE THROAT, 7 '
SOreaew, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily scltcs
FFTY CENTS A BOHLE.
Sold by all Drop?Jsts and
Dtalem. DJrccUons la 11
Xk Owrks JC Tofel Co.
Cfaiarncn la A. TSOUXC CO.)
1 fBQaapMnjs. fr
HRrHl KuQv TfcB,MCt
, A ISeMencer f .Health.
ent free to sufferers from nervous,
chronic and blood diseases, brain and heart
affections, nervous debility, exhaustion,
etc, who have failed to find relief: It tells
of wonderful cures- effected by Dr. Scott's
Coca, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus,
bold bv druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas
City, o. Ask your druggist for pamphlet.
If afflicted "with Pore Eves, uso Dr. Tsaio
.Thompson's Eyo Water. Drugjrists sell it. .23c.
" Samaritan Jferrinc cured my daughter
of fits," said Jno. Alurphv, of Albanv, O.
I . j : : :
Consumption in any stage may be cured
by Pibo's Cure. 25 cent a battle.
when applied by
tho linger into tne
nostrils, will bo ab-scn-bed,
of ciitariluil virus,
canplmr health v ne-
cretion?. lr allays j
of t.'iu nasal p.irs
alcolfi.comolttely heals the sores and
restores taste1 and
smell. A few appli
cations relieve. A
K-P AVa IS1 !Z"MF f i.tattwciu cure.
,-'5.u FfcE. Agrerabio to use.
Send for circular. Price 50 cents bv mall or at
druggists. Ely ilrotkers,Drurgists,Ov.-cgo,N.Y.
CHAMPION RINK ROLLER SKATE.
Just the Mialeftr ICiuIt l'nrpniri.
Uikititmr G& o u k.a. I
IO I'rttrs : t nc ortlrr, - -!
t;ilr( at uut- orilrr, - -
:p ilalprlci-sforlnrsiTqiiantlty oa applfca'lon.
E. E. IVIENCES & CO.
Direct Importer's of- Guns 2nd Gun Goods,
11-123 West Fifth Street,
llliitra,itl Cata'un Fnc. HnunH City, Mo.
VIGOR HEALTH AND LIFE
,Is found in the Great Modern Discovery,
Coca, Beef and Iron
l'oscs'n3 nnn cliim curative virtue In all form of
N nous I) li.li:-, Kra'n, Ifi-Jrt nivl Kcrvoiis 1N-ii-c.
I)-pcil.i.A.ilc I.unj;'. Krnrf Kntiac-t'oi. &c
SI.Olwrb(itUi-: tU-oit rA. S.OW.
S-nii Miinii fur IVi- ,3I-.rii5;-r of IJ-aUIi."
anfl read of wonfii-ruitcnieerrrc-n din Cica,n efnnI
Iron. oravijourlMvitX'irit. AilJn
UU. V. W. St'OTT,
KnnnaN City. Mo.
Tiie necessity ft
household n iniil.'u
Umcj-whc an'l ot
ilicac Must i-t tcr'n
Simnach Hitters Isilic
chief hi mora ena tlw
niot popiiUr. IrrK
ulirlty oftiifs Mom-
aeli anil howi-ta ntn.
r larlal fever. 1 1 v r
cowpia-.M, ieui itv.
ilitiiniH I m atiii min
or atliui iit. are tii ir-ou-4lily
family res-'orailienn 1
m dlcinat3.trc uanl.
an:I it la Jastlv re
B inl- d &s the p'ur-t
ving TJlade Easy
Konarch Lightning Sawing Machine!
Al)v 10 Tears old can aw Iors FAST and EASY Milks
JICl"i:V.fcrtifft,Mich .writ-: 'ni nim-hjVtp'l villi
tlc-MONAECH UODTNING SAWING MACIIIXE.
Iravrttl oita-v4 metiloif in S minm.. " .rvlm;IJ
of lo-euttin.it ii ih ot li-it ai ilnnrnnl-d. Il'iirrntnl
ornloinie. Fra. AOEjJTS"WA1iTED. Mention I lilt
jmt. Ad-lrvw MONARCH MANUFACTURING
Jy., lK.t Randolph Ct, Caicao, III.
DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT
ttlvir,,euralia, Sfutl'-a. Kid-
tier, Mpim-atid I.erilNea-s,
Uo'ut. Asthma, huirt Dircoie,
itf Inu.of( ner 1-rnTnn.n. t"tt H
lultrtrv.fii: DllollDrr r-llDirrv
Agnts wanted lncverytown. fVndfor Cin'nUr.
DrTW. J.EOBHJS.Iiivtulor.191 Vt)ahA.Clucasu.ni.
.ni'.iimoiv udv t r tne aVive tl--vs ; in-It
use tLoniin-W if uv-i otthe vrnrst knd and of I0114
nlatUiiikrhj.clix-nuri'd. l.iJ.t-l w-tnui'.-lsmv talth
IrtjWctKeney.tliit lll-ndTVitUOTTI.Tn:fiK. to-Ketlw.r-ni'.UaVALL'AULU'A'KE.XTLU
ou this dicie, to
anysuireivr. OlrcKxiii,nn,l I. O aililrert?,
, OIL T.,l.aiA)CFJI, ldll,earlSt.txif.TYork.
an infullible cure for Pile.
Trice SI. from dnijrulstf. or
i6.-nt nn-paid bv mail, .samples
free. Ail. "AXAKESIS,"
jlal.erN Box'ilie. NcwJTorl:
BATCBiTCv:!ro latent, NO PAYl
8ia I fcSW I d IJ-ss. & A.l'. LACEY.Patcnt
I l ZMtiU Atnirneji. U'ashinmtin. P.O.
Full Instructions and ITaud-Book of Patents tent free.
fetal Z2XiL h,u' n-mt-ayof tt
HBcpJ 5e7 3l clas. Knral. I1y.1l
'5 Sc".ton?.?,,n,',, iSAOn?Rt8.tTlnjror
nO -iJ linT-
re I-- T.....nwr..
tern rm-rt !! vii
ci y em Ly &
vtntnm ib better than cure.' JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT C0KE.S Influenza, Huarse-I
ness. JUckinp Couli. WhoopniK Ouuh. InarrtKca,
umciuci. sold eerv nere. iircniars sent l-i;t.i-
If yon are
In the inquiry Which is the
host. Liniment for Man iid
-Beast J this is the answer, at
tested by two generations: the
MEXICAN 3nJSTAXG 1INI
HENT. TheJ'eason is'sim
flev Itpenetrates every sore,
ironnd, or lameness, to the
very hone, and drives out all
inflammatory and morbid
matter!' ItgoeS to the root"
of ,the trouble, andnever fails
to cure in double quick, time.
Health and Happiness.
? DO IS OTHERS
C HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
"KIdrejr Wort brought nie from my grave, an it
were, alter 1 had been RiTi-n up by 13 test doctors in
Detroit." SL W. Deveraux, ilecLanle, Ionia,iUcu.
Are your nerves "weak?
"KltlacT Wort cured ne from nervous vralrneM
I ic. after I was net expected to live.- Mr. JI. U. B.
I CAMdwin, Ed. Cirw.'iun Xonitor Clercland, O. '
Have you 'Bright's Disease?
"KldneT Wort ranwl 110 irlirn mt water waslnst
llku cluOlc ana then liko Ll.vxL"
Fianlc v.ium, feaooiiy.aas!.
Suffering from Diabetes? i
"KldniT-Wort U tno most tu"-esfu I remed t f haTt
ever uW. Glvu-i iJno, lm;n.-li;ito relief."
iir. 1 aiuip (,-. lijxi ju, jiontion, vi.
Havo you Liver Complaint?
"fCiJniy-v.ort cured las cfcSronlc LScrDiscasis
after 1 nrajcil Xo die." t
Henry V.'ard, lato CoL CStli Sat. Guard, y. V.
Is your Back lame and aching?
".iJnc-V.'art. (1 Ik tt!t) eural mo when I vtuso
irac 1 caa to ion .t.c 01 ix-u.'
U. 3L Tallaije, ilJaukee, V.is.
Have you Kidney Disease?
".! Jncv-U ort tniilit me Kournl in liver and kidnc s
! after years of nasuccj-ssful rtxtorire. Its worth
1 i,ij.vucx." saia'i uoascs, miuaius:orn, west a.
Are you Constipated?
"Kidney-Wort causes ca evacuations andcnn.-C
cie after 1G jrtara wo of other p-.i-diclnes."
Vilson FalrchUd, bt. Albas', Vt.
Have you Malaria?
TOdney-Wort has done better than any other
remedy X havo ever need in njy practlee."
Dr. 1C IC Cfart, Suuti. Ilero, VU
Are you Bilious?
"KldEey-Wort liAs done mo moro good than any
other reined; I havo ctcr taken." -
firs. J. T. Oalloway, Elk Flat. Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
".Kidney Wortjiermanriinjf eurrd me of Llotding
piles. Dr. W. t Klind reeommend.-l it to me."
Uoo. II. IlurEtCa&hlorM.Uac,!I)cracwn,r.i.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Udney-Wort currd rau, afur 1 was plicn up to
die by physicians and I had rufferl thirty car."
Elbndje Ualcolm, wVstEatb.ltaine.
Ladies, aro you suffering?
"Kldmrv-Wort eured mo nf tecuUar trouble of
se .ral)"t.ars ktandl" s. JIany f nendn ue and prai
it." llrx IL I-monuux, Tslo la Jlottc, Vt.
If you 70uld Banish Disease
1, ana gam neaitn, raue
The Blood cleanser.
of Hi'Tcntlme-l ii" of mrrciny and rotah for the
trratiii' nt ot lliood and S'slndi eas,tiiey nercrcurr.
and nearly always injuie or tolully ruin the general
A WELL-KNOWN DRUGGIST.
IIkitc sen a preat nriny ca?cs cured with Swift 1
Si-oflc uuic wUn had tmdHlI ubs of trvatmrnt. In
fact. I hawruwrkuownlttofallwhon tuWen prop-r-ly.
arciiept-ndentonblo dnolonurf-Wnhuniir. ltcuns
rilll-US AND BLOTCllE-s ON TUB iKIK, .
ami ranker t he complexion fair and roy. A.s for blor.d
ta(m.iherelsnosuch7ard:isf ill. Itcur canes that
hive Ions withstood other soris f oeatnieut. and
without Bny of tliorecnrrinstrotib'c that generally
follow mercurial and other m-cillnl i-nri's.
T. I MA&Hi:XItlRO. Jfaccn, Ga.
Our frratNe on BVmtI an-l Siln Di-scapcc maflilfrio
to appllcanoi. TlUi SWIFT M'J-XIFIO CO..
DraworX Atlanta, Ga.
fltfARnw A SPECIFIC FOR
w -sEVEB FAll J
ism, Opiaia Eat-
Jfdl, Ugly Blood
- Diseases, Jhjvpep-
5 Sick Headache,
JVTrmKM 1 'eakness. Brain. V"onv. Hlood Sores,
Biliousness Cestivcnccs, Kcrvousrrostraticn,
Kidney Troubles and Irrenularitics. $1.50.
Snrrrple Testimonial. i
'Samaritan 'en ine is tloin-' w ontltts.'
Dr. J. O. jrclxmoin, Alcsandcr City, Ala.
'1 1 eol it my duty to rccomsicnd it."
Dr. J). I". Louhlin, Clyde, Kanf as.
"It cured wherojilrysiiclans f iilcil."
' Rev. J". A. Edie, Bcavcr'.iTa.
JOS-CorrespoHdence freely. aBaTrercd.K3,
W IS. S. A. EICHH05D 2ED. CO., ST. JDSeMhL
' Sold, by All Drueffists.
I0HD, ST0TJTEKBUSG Jt CO., Accnts, Chicafo; HL
. , 0EXCAS0 SCALE CO,
m .1 e
TOS WACOt rCALE. i 0. CTOT. (M.
Ton KU..ICr.-iiii Uox. Included.
iv 17. l'.lltflEI .3 ObHbCtOSi
The -lattle Detective" " oz. to-jnrib. x
SOU OTIim bIZCS. Unturnt l-aitK UbTlXii".
. T.0E&ES, TOOLS, &c7
nrST roncu xwz ron light wocx. ?io.
irtfnsiTr liatlidnow; itolncodil jifrs.
l!Iov.-rin. AnviK Vice Other Arflcltw
ATLOlTiSTrr.SltS, miOLEhlLE iaiAIL.
Oitnih ffnttrweme cajii r r.
'Active agents can
.easily earn JS.IX)
kor flO.OO a dav bv
taki 115 advantage of onr splend id offers. ; No
capital needed. Muet bo itulusUioca and
honest. Send for agents' JIanlts and pre-
SSS.8KSS A CHANCE FOR S500.
we can start you alone in business. Opportu.
nlty will be lost after February 25th. Addres
THK TIMES, Kansas City, Mo.
CKOUP, ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS,
JOHNSON'S ANOItVNK LINIMENT
(for Internal and. External Vte) will In
stantly reliee these terryile diseases, and I
rill positively cure nine cases out of ten. I
Information that will s.trc many lives sent I
tree iv niaiu onn t iteuy a moment. 1 rc-
Dysenten', Cholera ilorbos. Kidney Troubles, and I
1. s. juiijiau g uy, itoston. .-iass
COIES WHEIE ALL ELSE MltS.
Beat Conch Syrup. Tantnitnod.
lK in lime. Isold by drugmnts.
14 THE BEST 13 THE CHEAPEST." .
SAW PUAIIirO THRESHERS,
iForaJ I rectloa and mrposes. ) Write for F Pamphlet
and Prices to Tbo Atutmaa T jlor Co. , Uamflekl, Ohio.
Procurul r no charge, also Trade Jl-uks. LaheWet'5
Larce CimitmH t r.tilitr I'liCK. Lots ci
perienrr. Hiirhett references. W. T. FITZGERALD.
Attorney at Uir, 1 006 FS'.rctt. Washington, O.C.
CUflDT Uilin Personally & by mail.
wfUn I "imnil Stadenuqaaheedlnone-thir.
the luual time ud 1II U MltUa. at ni'.YA.Vr a
Fl'R.lTTON'S COLLEGE. St Loula. 8E.1B f l) CIKICLAK.
sale & Ketal . liice-ilsc free. Goods ruaran
LEARN TELEfinJtrNY goi itJVtiom. iT"t
chance ever offered. Ad.J.D.BROMre.Mgr.,Sedalia.Vo.
A MONTH. Aecnta Wanted. 9 tot
a.-HIngartl:kInth-worId. 1 fAmxHetFRKK
Addres JAV BHONSON. Dstkoit. Sltcu.
MlJAaTearathomc. Trims und costly outfit
iMfitc Address 11. A. Ells i Co, Cnlcao.
ITJU.T ITMgTMMG T ADVMMTI8XB9,
pltame may y mmw the AdvcrHtettttnt
im this paper.
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