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CRISIS IN FRANCE.
Premier I'lixptet Defeated In ttir- liaiiii.ee
01 let puiiiH mikI tlie 31 1 ii in try ItcigHs.
PaMIS. Feb. .' W'iieil the nii.-st n r.f
me revision ol the Const i.ution
in IlieCtinrnlier of D;iutie yeIen";iy tne
Cuamtter was crowded- The I'rincu of
Uu.es and Lord Lj-tton, the 1'i-itisli Am
b3sailor. occupied seats in tbe diplomatic
Huron Slacken, president of the liieht;
moved to adjourn the revi'Ion question
for one ivei-fc. He declared that tho Hight
desiiel n complete revwion an well as the
dissolution of the Chamber. A delay of
one week would enable the Government to
decide in regard to dissolution. Premier
Fittcjv ti-eluned to entertain tho mot on,
stating shut the Government could not
consent to dissolve tho Chamber, and
Haron Macku's motion was rejected "iT.l
Count Du Douville-Mallereu then moved
the liidtJiiiiu-pustpoiuinentof therev.-i in
debate, saying: "Tlio electoral period
virtually begins to-dar. Let us leave so
tho pooiile the duty of indicating what
kind of revision Uicy desire. Let its mt
boo time in discussing a question tiin'ti
n nowi-e d?timt. Instead of pur-ui.g a
lolicy of t'KOt.sm let us return to a pol.oy
of cnnnnm sen-e."
Premier I'loqu.-t replying, reminded lh
P-iusetliat tho Government was pledged
to make the revision proposal the imin -diate
order of tho day after Vie fie: sain
At the co.iclusiun of AI. Fkq let's re
maiks. a division was taken, ami th mo
tion was adopted by u vote of :i t :!1K.
Premier Klcquot thereupon announced
that the Ministry would immediately le
sion and ail tho mt'tiilw-rs of the Alinistry
M-nt their resignations in to President Cnr
not. Thin was n complete Mirprie to the
CI.Mtnlier as 51. Fioquut had said nothing
implying un intention to make a motion to
adj-urn ii Cabinet question and both the
Left ami tho Kight were unaware how
the Ministry would regard the vote.
Tli majority included the members of
the Right and a nuniiter of Opportunists.
Afte adjournment the Radical Ljltand
the Extreme Lsft liold a meeting anl sent
deb-gates to M. Floquet to express regiet
at the fall of the Cabinet and congratulate,
the retning Premier upon tho liraiues o
the position he hal assiimd.
Preslent Caruot, after tho Ministers
had teml-ii-d tlmr resignations stent for
AI. Aliline, President of the Chamber of
Deputies, and subsequently hail a confer
ence with M. Leroyer, President of tho
Senate. A rumor was current in the after
noon that M. Aliline had been asked to
form a Cabinet, but it was stated
that President Carnot hail as yet en
trusted no one with the task.
TO GO OVER.
rheSamoan Oirrstioii to f5o Over to the
Wakhimiton, Feb. l.". It is snid at the
State Dtp lrtmeiit that as there is nolthe
slightest wish or desire on the part ot the
President or Secretary Itaj-ard to embar
rass the incoming Administration, with
respect to its Satnoau policy, it is not tit
nil likely that the present Administration
will ai rugate to itself the selection of the
American repre-entntiv-e at the proposed
conference ut Herlin. or that it will tnS.e
any notion whatever which might tend to
commit the next Administration.
Count Arco Valley, the Germin Mnt
ter, called upon Scciftnry Iluyard yestrr
iay ami informetl him t but tho lattfi'.s
aiisuer ti Itisiuarck's pioposal for a con
ference had leen sent to H-sitiu by mail.
It will reach lleiliu about Februarj iO.
The German Foreign Ollice will piobablv
take several days to consider Mr. Itaynrd's
igS'"'bns and its answer, if
si'nt by mail, would haidly teach
this country befbro tho begiiiuiui;
if the ll.iri i-ou regime. Thme wouM
seem to be no gool reason why tho
coriespoiiilence should not have Ireen coi
ditcteil b t'leri;ih. ejreept on the as
sumption tlr.it ISismaik's lesort to the
iiihiI-. is simply a trick to gain tun. in
x Inch to punish the S.-imoiins before tCio
iiegotiatioiis at l!"ilin will begin. In well
lufoimed .pi.-utiTs theie is a suspicion that
Germany nas already sent reJiiforceinents
to Sim ia to levengo the killing of a mini
!t of men in the locent liht with ila-tiiaf.-i.
ami it is nut at alt unlikely that
uli.innlcly another bloody battle will bo
The Litest advics fiotn Samoa say th:r
has beu no change in thu situation sine"
th'list report. There litis Iveen no fight
ing, and Tam.'isese av.d Mataafa remain in
their strongholds. Tho llritish Consul lin
warned Ibitish subjects not to supply
natives with aims mid to maintain strict
neutiahty. The l!iiti-li wnr sliiji Calliope
t as ie)l:iced the war ship Royalist. The
German and American war ships leiiuiiu
stationary. Heir Rrandeis, the lea ling
partisan of Tamascse, has b.en recalled to
The 0"tut at .Mmtie:iili Kuus I'p to
IO.OOII It irrets.
MtxrvKAfOMS. Mmu.. Fein 15. The
Northwestern Miller says: There weio
tlr.rteen mills which ground Inst ik and
they got out the largest output since No-emln-r,
though under HhlOW barrels. Tho
acgiegate production lor Ilia week (ending
February :) was ;4S0 barrel- averaging
l.Viss daily, against "'..VK Inn els the
pio. us week, and 11.1W bariels for tho
-nrespuiidiiig time in 1S" The higuer
wh at maikets have stimulato.l the Ilinir
titid" to a oo'isiderab'.o extent and up lo
last . n i g there had been prottv heavy
sales estimated at ItM.tWJto J"KOOJ barrels
for t.-i da s and ntcstly of patents for tho
listern trade. To get the higher ov.t of
wheat, I'.O'ir prices were advanced ten
cent- p?r baircl Monday night tmdtwen-:v-tive
cents more last evening, and even
at the-o quotations millers claim tint they
are soiling Hour at twenty cent- under cost
with wheal as at present. Since tho last
advance the sale- have not lieen large and
as wheat was easier the demand may fall
otT. though a tirm wheat market would
doubtless cause considerable of a move
ment. rinnilt' Son.
Washington. Feb. 15 Ames IL Plnmh,
of Emporia, son of Seuntor Plumb, is m the
city en route to Norfolk, Vs.. to accept a
position in the employ of the Atlantic &
Danville Railroad Company.
I.carvV serious Cliarce.
Washinoton. Feb. 15. At the Navy
Department nothing can be learned rela
tive to the charges that important dis
patches to Captain Leary, of the United
States steamer Adams, had been tampered
with by the German Consul and so de
layed "as to be of no use. The navy orti
cials put no credence in the report. Com
modore Wnlker, chief of navigation, doe
not believe Captain Leary made such a
statement, and believes it was invented
bv some enterprising correspondent. At
the State Department similar opinions
were expressed. Such a charge they say
-. .sa 41ia nlltfif nW wttlM
is a very serious ouo iw mwvuin v s...
Government to make against tho officer of
Henry Le Caroe.
ASIHNGTON. Feb. 15 The Star says:
Wenrv Le Caron. the British spy whohaa
been doing so much swearing in the Par
nell investigation, has a war record is
America which is spread out on the war
records of the War Department. Before
his name is marked "Coward and muti
neer.' He wasaTuember of the tamoa
Corapanv B, Foerteeatk FeHylTaai
cavalry," which was orgaaiMd as a body
guard to General ThoaMs aad part of
whom mutinied whea ordered iato the
fichtatMarfreMboro. Ha wm oae at taa
SOO mutieeers who wara ooataed la
OUR NATURALIZATION LAWS.
ttroaff Report From the If ease Judiciary
Committer on Kxittinjc Evils.
Wakuisotos, Feb. 14. Kepreseatative
Oates, of Alabama, from the Committee
on the Judiciary, yesterday reported fa
vorably to the House a bill to amend the
Naturalization laws of the United States.
The report accompanying the bill treat
the existing Naturalization latrs in a crit
ical spirit and calls attention to abases
which have sprung up undtr them. It
tays: "An alien may be a notorious thief,
murderer, cutiaw. Anarchist, polygamiet,
leper or h'ardened criminal, and yet our
law allows him. by mukii.g an affidavit of
intention before a clerk of a court, all the
benefits of citizenship within the
United States. Ho is allowed by
the land laws of the United States to buy
and own any quantity of leul estate or
oilier projierty or take a homestead on the
public domain and thus receive a ben oil ca
tion equal to the Lest young man of
American birth, and at least one-half of
the States of th Union allow such aliens
to own and inlerit real estate and to vote
at all elections tho same as natives and
naturalized citizens. In many of the
States an alien w ho has legally declared
his intention to become a cit.zn is eligible
toanytlllco within the Slate. He may,
by State law, ba eligible to a scat in Con
gress, when the Constitution of the United
States denies to him such rfcht until
lie has been a citizen for at least seven
yean. So d"licieat is tho pi cent liw
finl so careless is he practice of the
judges, with but few exceptions, that it
has become a matter of public notoriety
that they perform their duty in such a
perfuuctoiy manner that any alien, how
ever bad his character or Leistly ignorant
lie may be. can become a citizen of the
United States. There is nothing in the
law to deny citizenship even to idiots, in
sane persons, pnupers, criminals or others
who have come into the United States in
flagrant violation of our immigration
The report concludes with a 83-nopsis
explanation of the piovisions of the bill,
which are in Inief a limitation of the
classes of foreigners who shall be eligible
to citizenship in the United Slates (includ
ing Indians adopting civilized life); a
pre-criptiou of the form of application; a
requirement that tho district attorney
shall defend the'Government ngninst itu
pioi or applications and that application
shall bo corroborated upon the point of
residence; a restiictiou of jurisdiction to
high State com Is and Federal courts; tho
preservation of the rights of aliens who
have ahead) declared their intention; mi
allowance of the riuht of bsnalide appli
cants to make homes t (ad entries and to
receive patents alter natuializition, and
a lequiremeiit of would-be citizens that
they shall have resided five years in the
United States and be able to read the Con
stitution in English.
FRIENDS OF OKLAHOMA.
in Knvor of the Kill
nul Perkins Argus
ltef.tre tlie Senate
Wasiii.nutox, Feb. 14 Whon the Senate
Committee on Territories met yesterday
to lutther consider the Oklahoma bill, Mr.
Pay concluded his argument in behalf of
lie (syndicates, but mnde no new poinls.
Congressman Mansur, of Missouri, spoke
in rip.y und in behalf of the bill in a most
effective manner. He demonstrated that
the so-called title to the Cherokee outlet
possessed none of the elements of a fee
simple title. He challenged the Cherokee
cnttlc attorneys and their Indian allies to
produc any tieaty law or legal authority
of any kind which authorized tho present
location of tho lioundiiries of the Cherokee
outlet. He had looked in vain for any
such authority. He touched upon all tho
main ikmiiIk of tho controversy, showing
most conclusively that the Oklahoma bill
was not only consistent with tho terms of
existing tieaties with the Iudiaus, but a
measure of supreme impoitauce to the
people of tho United States.
Jude Pel kins, of Kansas, followed, dis
cussing tho legal questions involved in
the bill in answer to the argument of ex
Senator McDonald, made Monday, and
thosffof the other attorneys employed by
the cattle companies to oppose tho bill. He
clearly proved by citations from tho treat
ies of lS and lCT."i. and the decisions of
tho court nnd tho executive otlicers of
tho Government thut the Cherokeus never
hnd any title or right to the "Cherokee
outlet" except the right of easement, tho
right to pais to and fro over it
when going to or returning from
their hunting expeditious in the AVest.
He clearly showed that the tieaty of
1828 gave to the Cherokee Indians seven
million acres of land for a peimanent
home and in addition gave them the right
to hunt ami to roam over the unoccupied
lands west of their homes to the bound
aries of Mexico and to use the ''outlet' as
an easement for tho purpose suggested.
He read from a letter of John C. Calhoun,
written when Secietaiy of War in ls2l
to the Cheiokees, in which Mr. Calhoun
informed them that as to the "outlet" they
were to have no title to the land.
Again he showed by the treaty of
1SI" that the Ctierokees recognized thut
they had no right to the "outlet" except
to pass over it as they then bought jvJ,o.K)
acres of laud from the (lovernm-nt and
paid JJoOO.lHD therefor that they might use
it for the purposes of a permanent home
in addition to (lie T.OW.fKI) acres acquired
under the treaty of !:!;, The laud thus
bought b.'camo what wis known as the
'"Cherokee neutral lands" in Ivans and
wexe owned by the Cherokee? until sold by
them to James F. Jov.
Tlie I'sitrjilltloii Tri-:ity.
Washington". FeU 11 The proceedings
in executive session of the Senate upon
consideration of the llritish Kxtrndition
treaty were given to the press yesfrday.
The vote upon ratiticution taken 011 the
1st inst- was as follow:
Ayes lllsckbuni, Cockrell. Faulkner.
Frye. George, Hampton. Hnw.ey. Hoar,
Jones (Arkansas'), Pasco, Payne, Hansom,
Sawyer, Sherman and Walthall 1
Nays Allison. Bate, lilair. How en. Call,
Chase, Chandler, Coke, Cullum. Davis,
Dawes Edtiiunds,Paddock.Eutis, Evarts,
Fsrwel!, Gorman. Hale, H.scock. lugall,
Jones, of Nevada; Mauderson, Mitchell,
Morgan, Piatt, Plumb. Push. Reagan.
Riddtebergrr. Saulsbury, Stewart, Stock
bridge, leller, Turpie, Vest, Voorhees.
Wilson, of Iowa, and Wilson, t jlarylaud
CniCJGO, Feb. 14. Abraham Lincoln's
birthday was appropriately celebrated by
the LaSalle Club at their club houe Tues
day afteniuor. Among the distinguished
gentlemen preseat were Hon. Hannibal
Hamlin, Ex-Governor George & Boutwell,
ot Maine; Governor Larrabee. of Iowa;
Governor Fif er and Ex-Governor Oglesby,
of Illinois, and Hon. J. A. Kassoa, of Iowa.
The visitors were entertained and dined at
tho club, after which ther listened to aa
address by Hon. J. A. Kason at the Chi
cago Opera House on "The Character and
Worth of Abraham Lincoln. The Second
regiment band and Oriental quartette ren
dered selections before mad after ths ad
The Last Thins; la ScaMelogy.
XKwYoJucFeb. 14. As the funeral ot
Mrs. Charles FahJbusch was about to taka
place yesterday it was Interrupted ia a
singular manner. The hearse aad aboat
forty coaches ware ia line, aad Under
taker McCann had just ordered the cor
tege to start, whea a stranger said to hian
"This faiteral caat go oa." Whea asked
why set ha said: MI aa walkias; dsle
pU for the Hack DriTers Caioa aadjoa
hare got a scab driver ialiae. He has get
to get oat before the faaeral coatiaaes.
Hie ohjectloa was sestalasd by the ether
driver aaa the faaeral was delayed aatil
was withdrawa aad Mr.
Money in Organ-Grinding.
The business of grinding hand-orgtins
is rapidly earning- a fortune for an Ital
ian family in this city which owns
fcveral very uperior instruments of
the "piano" variety, Fuch as are oper
ated on light-running hand-carts.
These are pushed around the city by
pairs of young and pretty maidens,
dressed in the picturesque costumes of
the Honian peasantry, who serve 3
performer. One of the tivo. in each
cac, turns the crank of the hug' music
box. while the other manipulates with
deft lingers the sweetly jingling tam
bourine. The girls are all bisters,
daughters of an ancient brigand called
Grosse, a mender of the fiddles and
things of the profession, and the tunes
they render a majority of them from
light French opera are so melodiously
given as to set the most unmusical per
son a-daiicing in spite of hitn-elf. And
when one of tin: aid oriran.-. on its
winding way through the business
quarter of the tmvu, pau&es to strike
up in a side street or alley, all the
clerks, counter-hoppers, oflice-boys
and other employes in the neighboring
blocks quit work at once to skip round
and throw pennies out of the windows.
So it is not surprising to hear from the
players themselves that they average
?10 per day apiece for their work. This
is a trifle more than $4,000 a year in
cluding .Sundays for each machine
and its attendants. Pretty good pay,
is it not? X. Y. Graphic.
At an Oxford local examination in
Northamptonshire a short time since,
says the Pall Mall Gazette, the follow
ing question was asked and answer
given: "Who wrote the Complete
Angler?" "Izaak Walton; and there
fore lie was called the Judicious
Hooker." This fact i not fiction.
Reputations Made la a Day
Are precious scarce. Timo tries the worth
of a man or a medicine. Hostettcr's Stomach
Bitters is a thirty years' growth, and like
those hardy lichens that garnishthecrevices
of Alaska's rocks, it nourishes perennially.
And its reputation has as tirm a base as tho
rocks themselves. No medicine is moro
highly regarded as a remedy for fever and
ague, bilious remittent, constipation, liver
and kidney disorders, nervousness and
Ax employe of a hotel in Denver lately
confessed to the larceny of small sums and
was sent to jail, but the bills continued to
disappear. Subsequently a mouse nest was
found, and the currency used in its con
struction, added to that known to have been
btolcn, balanced tho books.
Engravings of Hulliting. Portraits, Etc.
If you want Engravings of anv descrip
tion Buildings, Portraits, Machinery,
Maps, Piats. etc., write to us for samples
and prices. On!' photo-engraving estab
lishment west of the Mississippi run by
A. N. Kelixiqo Newspaper Co.,
Kansas City, Mo.
Mar. Bi.VAT?nr, the Thcosopliist leader,
whether working or talking, constantly
rolls, lights und smokes cigarettes of Turic
Check Colds and Bronchitis with Hale's
Honey of Uorchound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure m one minute.
NntnER of Indians in the United States
who cuii read Indian languages is 10,(!7.
"Jfrvrn fail to cure sick headache, often
.he very first dose. This is whiit is said by
ill who try Carter's Little Liver Pills.
Tnmn are ten Indian training schools lo
catod in different jurts of the Union.
Titn best known remedy for consumption Is
Oxygen Cure, Write l)r."Oeiiort,Citicituiati.
IiATtTntJ's serial story tho spinal col
umn, continued in our necks.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. Vi.
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HOGS Good to choice heavy.
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No. i soil
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SHEEP Fairui choice
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"Baker's Norwegian Cod Liver ChT' Is
pure. Recommended and prescribed by best
physicians. Jno.C.Bakcr& Co.. Philadelphia.
Ax ajwnt of the Rothschilds has pur
chased for a nominal sum a newly discov
ered gold mine in the liaiapoh district in
Slexico. Advance rumors say that there is
fi,U0O,OQ0 worth of od wiling to be un
Do xot suffer from sick headache a mo
ment longer. It is not ceccssrr. Carter's
Little Liver Pills will cure you. Dose, one lit
tle pilL Small price. &nalldose. Umall puL
Hjm. GrnnLRnrp.MiTr was a cousin of
Hon. James U. Iiluue. lie aUccded her
funeral ia New York.
A mnirr co:.i, if neglected, often attacks
the lungs. Huowx's Buonchul Titocur.
give sure and immediate relief. SJd vnly
In biitt. Price 3 cents.
The "Icap-ycar"' girl who got 1-ft Is sad
dest when sue fines: "Four tour, four
years more !" 2i. Y. World.
IraClicted with Sore Eyes uc Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Drucgist-ssell it.DjC
KntPtip a standard
c&ildrcn are judges
of principles; your
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Mjr wU na treakUS wltk cmre-'fta sat afla
astac as setttt af St. Jtwba Oil wia aaT
tnabtat asala. KXKIT BXCXXMBTZB.
after all. BaUaaS. W.. BUr tl. ItSS.
B Inn cam at anralfta (Ivas a tf
evlataaaawakr at.Jaata Oil.
J. M. sjIAV. Brcctt-
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A!TD ALL STOKACH TK0U1LE8 gUCS AS :
Indicfftioa. Bour-Stomae, Hcartbura, Nauira, Cid-
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THE CHARLES A. VIIELER 60., Baltinorc, Md.
The flrat mttrm aatesilsaea the I a
valid, rjlwlaug elaatlelt jr or salad aad
Bonyancy of Body
ta whleli he a aefore a aaraaer.
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ssscsilaratmreH aad Mild riesa. ee
laasareeated. Price, s3ets.arB)e)a.
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Sonfii!' IrTeloil ii inv ilAnhlrr ... II-
I luir anil lunin. tin Lt uli Ae wir Iter
SlwiflSH.(U. BJ ir.r rvult wa lldftlul
anj lh cure lyruuit.
!. A. IK11S07I.
Iia-sjrml for ImhiI. iri.lnp liUtoi-5 fl IHiKxt I'U
ri, and adrlr- l.-ilrferrr inAilnl frr
T11K W1T fl'F.CIKIC l.
lrr J. Atlanta. Oa.
uire uM-d ttro Nt
tlr Ely' Crnim
Iktltn nrul tonrulrr
inytilf rural. Imf-
frrtvl 20 lewrs frum
etUarrh arul cnt.irrh
al headtifhf, atulthi
ia th( J'.rrt rrm'dy
that rtjTonlri! Uvtiuu
rtlitf.D. T Ultfjin-
urn, I4j Isikc SU,
A t,rtlcVrr!l.sJ lnln rxrh no.trll rJ la rrt
able. ln.-eMs- tat itisirt.r.. by null, rrtrllrml
aiatnta. LLY IJi.oTlll.il. n Warren M.. Nw York.
GOLD MEDAL, PAKI3,187t.
ArrantrJ ahwotutrlt par
Corvti, tmia l.xh tbecxcriof
fn rrr txtiti tit Krrxfti cf
Ova card wiih ftinh, Arrcw
rtst or Sozt. ami t tJxirfcre fr
more enoomical. cottimj Uu rkaa
car ml u mp. It tf Sext,
nocnbinx. trrnteniRf. eaelly
f.lsrKei. asJ JnlntJT alij'tej
for lr.TtUd at wrU aa far person
814 bj C rerersetnyvaere.
1. BAKER & CO, Dorclcsler, las.
For any cne of Ae
CHOICE MITTS or
Frail Trasaj, nc
FbrezaattOeTre send poataala
and vaaraatee safe antral
M Packets Caotce Flower Seeds, sorts.
artoe fl-M. for 1 tl.ft
a F-acketa Coiee Veatable Seeds VaorU 1.9
UKrertaooalna- lli n 11 tuaiittfnl a in 1 m
l M GerealaBk. II arleadid sorta I.W
! UCaraatlrwii. lelrmat sorts l.ce
KGrapeVIoes.4 aorta, our choice I.QS
rer the otaer U sets aa4 Met t akurs besides
(amsay Xtw aad Kara) see oar GaAScSraiM
Cataumcs. IS aafee, seat free to all ao
aiaa to pti rraeat eWat i Sttaa, Waats oa-Trees.
Oars t oae of the oldest, largest aad atost
letlaMe aurseries la the U.S. Kk year. 91
TOE STtttS k MHItM CeW,
Nsmisli, Uto esa, fjys.
P ataaa N. tata.
OF 5 ACRES
tasaav taatrfajky katjiaa. aatdway Lata raft
test BBS una sad U toldacsa Worn. IHiiaa C
Veaary. Weatatek traC Kasaaa tasy. lo.
H I 1
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Prepare for Spring
Kovli thatlta to arpara for t-rinc. arwi roar
ovaarateai Uof IrMlmpomiK. It yea bar not
felt cll daring taeannler.tr 70a bbrn 01 r
worktst. or cluaelr e necctf In b dlr TntJUtsl
purtBrr like Iluod'a srpanllA. Tax It rsrlf and
roa vlll ward off attacks of di&e or wpe u
rSects of laspnre Mood and that tired Ir'.tng. o
common tn the prto. Do not drlajr. Tak Uwist's
!araaparllla now. '
-I wih to state the bcre9t I !erlrd from '
Hood' Sarxat-anlla. lliareuvsttt In the pnnr
for ttirru rear fur d-U!iir and ran ar thai 1
rslnad In fleh aod atrraxth after u1iik one t..tl!r. f
It haf alo mrrd tai vi oirc badare." Msw. V. II. j
AMiKfcws. Nutb W-Jttk. Conn
I took II M' Sartrnlla for leof appc:lt.
dfipep'la. and crnvral lanmor. Il did oraTiii t
tniount of cJ. and I hie no br-tlancy In rvcos
mending it." J. W. Wtu.eroun.Vulacr.Ilt. "
--... ... t
sid tr ill druent.
tr ci. nootco.
It. 1 for H. I'rrrfl rn!
Apolhecane. IaiwcII. Mail. '
fOO Doses One Do!lar
COD LIVER OIL,
With Estract of Malt and Comnouml Syrup of
llrpoptuHipnUa, Cures Conumptlon. BnmcnitU.
0uti.Oiltii. Scrofula and alt WaUr. Itwar.
I Is ailcaaaat aa4 alalakla ( Cake m
UatreastbeatsceaeeU ar-alssa( latase
It ea tail ( aaaert ltair wal
rel.aallr aifter tMtaaaiaall.nrrd. ataath-
tr Kasalalaaa crtlalr
I It lafnitrrWitfrornOXi: u Mrs-
CLE. It purlers the BIo4. aad pntlraUa'ala
1 rapldlr la welaat white taklas It.
1 It la a tree Kesalalaa. ta- aalr aaa that Ja
always rra4r. alM ajra atlkr. aad taat itr
ha.tfcra.aaiaiy aadgrar HLntl atlho
! lap la aptel Can r ATI CtTB KTUN.lt'H.
I it 1. ud U all lk Iradlar Hm.IUI.
It la arracrlarl kjr lae asnat vaslacat aagat
elaaa I a lae (alt4 Mlatra aag l'oaa4a. ,
Ak jruar Itruggtst for It. al tako no otber. I
J. A. MAOKK at CO., Lawrence, Mas.
lit II PC COODYEAR
WALES RUBBERS !
CTals U tWtr Craaeet.
The beat atakaee ROOTS ailQKe la
tar aarM are bramlr.1 W I. CM VOOa V K. R
SHIIB CO. Whrn you want rubber tall for
and do not bedereUed by buytngothcr nttibrr with
the word "Uootlypar" on thrra. a that name la aad
by other ennimnla on Infcrlcr pmM U catch tha
trade that tha Wale ;wk1 year fb.-e 0. ha etab-
make It eemf-int U bur Itm
l jriMMTa anirn Tart
BlKBia. Ther make all arri
Ther make all general
lylni. and reoiarka.l! ilprctal'.lea, aad tha baat
IsoflcreJ to the person who nhall ctil in tho
laigeat iiumocr 01 jeariy sntjacritit'n to the
Ladies' Home Journal
bitween now ami Jaly lat, !. at 30 cent
rar-IIALP FKICK. AT-rr I.W ii.'-.
aontdarrinf ioiu nttitnlfor ler thin 91 'V rtr vnir.
aieo aaoo Is onerc-l retpectively tor next
every Dutacrlhcr aiTured, tf ilcatrol. imlta.1 of '
premiums. Ilunurvui of dolur ran tw luaitt
daring the next ls months, by nicn. o:no:i ot
children. He nimUh free laxaple conic, tkt
CURTIS PUBLISHING CO.
iruu uusrirasaa-ea faiaaa.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
An J Hypcpfiospfiitss af L'me & SoiJa
Almost as JPalatable as Milk.
The eelr rmtaratlcm of CUD MTEB OIL that
can bo taken readily aiul tolerated for a laag tUae
Aa 4H A IE-4TBT roR ftrirtrnirTtoe.
fstaonunH AHiA-noVs, Aiti.su. .i-f.
tauL HiUliii. um.h AV -JkiWuf aF-
rtni6S. aaa all Utof IS, jtl.61bbl.fc, of
llLalti' it la saarTelkmaa la It- reaslta.
ITracrtbed and eedoraed by UkS be It TsttlaaS
IS tasconntrifa of the worVL
Wmr aaaa kr alt Beaatiaa.
aaagard for rHmrV.l en W am for tniaaaa. AA
Staat, aCSTTT Jk JSOWikC. Jkaw lafk.
A a NEW
VrrMllS rvrfres lit. HaIw -an-1 Tlptwl nVa't
arvlIv.V. raVKSrsa, KTTni tie (.( .I'k jowrriAl
er for'.KtaeXeaMeK. tf - at lrv
them vol 1., n. ari w will farct'k j a rlr m
aa w a Tina rarsa aa - aaa.
"Religions New York"
PmfoweJraml baaatifallr IIIatralaiTL aboalsartae
caarcttaa of taa Jews Calaotlea aad ftnaatlantt.
and Sua aamrtlta er aneje 01 taa aiadi of taa .
I eaaiiliaa of taa Ifetroaolia asd taRlnc aiw e
. Torkera woeihla, (na taw Java a tae Cttian
' ananuata. Thl ariirla at UN aornti Mruile
1 SaaBM far at rea taow ready ta a eer rrte4
on T to Rer. Cartoa Martra. It l Setter Lbaa a
5alay Ttit to Mew Tors, aad win aw ef creat la-
tareat lo erery saeai&arot taafsaHlr. TaeeiUren
, wilt a dtesiad tn learn te aranan la "faaat
aiasata as a-aas-. IktM
Xarra frassaer. It ta a
amaery tllaxralad) la tfw i
amoterfat eaattvr. A.
roar !Cwad-tar fre H. ae
aTyjpn?y .TUaiSTl'e. I
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ta r lis aaaaaa.
A PROMINENT MERCHANT IN TROUBLE.
Old mor.cyIrs mor in his cflflce all ilay.
As snatniUIi and enw as a U-nr .
Ttie clerLs know enough to kv out of UIs
Lest the merchant shouM irrutnbJe and
Krrn Tabby, the rat. Is In fear of a cuff.
Or a kick. If she Venturis t mar:
Tb"y r.ll Inow the master Is mt to ts? rough.
And Us treaks unesiecti'd tnd oui-cr.
To correct a slurNli or dIor!eril liver, anil to cleanse am! purify the
blood and tliorty wiitin tho teinper. Dr. l'lerccN tUdden Mrdio.nl Dln-overy
1ms no wpial. It improve dletIoti, lutllds tip the Uh, Unlgoratca the
system, dis-icll mebticholy. and niatis Hie worth living.
IT IS GUARANTEED
mended, or the money jutd for it will he refunded.
CojyrUrht. Pa. by Wout.ti's I)nrrMAnr Mkmcjii. .ancx.riot. Proprietors.
CATARRH 1Ti THE HEApf
mr arm m w m m ,lrt mmrr t,f i,ow vuig rranaiutt. ai sea
Baancutly cured by Oft. tAGEt CATAMH RXMCOY. 40 oruu, by lUugglaia.
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baabal. ntJUO I par lutl
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Wont tsakre the oM frllow ai turlj awl grtar.
And N-bare so confounilotlr tseaa f
Ttirre's c.-rcuulyaunu-tfcica' itw matter tta
Ia It ttomarh, or IItt. or spleen ?
We'ie gurwaxl It- hU Uvrr m alugrtah aad
Hfc tAI kUirTr!anl fi-ul.
It's cnotifh to make anr one bofwlerslr tua-J,
And gnxt hta tt Iru-nd with a groat.
or cure. It taken In time and j-lrrn a
In all din-a-c or which it U trcou-
I SamiSlTSiaaaai SSISUSSSS laaa a n4 nO. a aaatl
Ja aSBaaeB UwuK Uaaa la a ttaWa Ua
M fSfg-T JtactagiTa ursiSajhlal m
T m"aasS'aaBS' k,-,-aa.aaalaaara. We
!kartaera grawa (raa aad lma Saaaa. a4 aaa
tarfkat oat vat Caulagua. U kaUa ait atwata.
CRASS MIXTURE ttT,?
Ita, SI J.OO. auaMaadcata
Ttt geaat fertatrtna' rJial awklne tha a.art faeiaa. aad eiiiataa 4ataa
la tha X. Batftag auatXiaant aad aatia aa
aryi? V Iry la tb CaaL Waat. Hara aad
-nh. HaiUatainvaaabMatlt. ? aail.it. Illreaaat in urrm avaa-
l 1'I.Wl. 'I. -fwl .
C litir r-.l.l. vita e.rr
- r4r V.pl.f fresr. aa
ROOT A CO.. RaskJari, W.
M a at r cl?. 4 taa AwtasSX
eaaas tea rafaa ar aa e-a
ILOW MKJE IliLffOAl LARS 0
FREE Covcmment LANDS.
traiuisxi. trttr.a-.ftAA.WA. ik
Islt.. XoelaAA. I44, WAJa-V"w ('l'w,
rsaa Cfla r,wwii- w-na ktawTtfa'tWi
waiaaaf WW at Anritrl im.M4T
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CHiT lllaBTa-BM Lr-JCeaai
. t-mmnm aT. ruc.
ataa iaia raraa
EH6fUVIN6 i ELECTROTYPISS.
lrgt tat l.c slrae4 !umni wm tf Ih
VlWl rvnr,llf ewVsei Tyrm Vf
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V. J rw. fta a aad eata?w,
A 3 KatLa i.WiMU.taiiiOlf.aW
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frafai ' a aaa a
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aSsWl lataaiela. aSd '111 aa aaaa, aaaS-lllaTJ
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