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Hie American Cardinal.
Buried, Alive t
Archbishop JMcCloekey acquires new I The importance of applying some
dignity, but no additional power by his certain test to the body of every person
appointment to be cardinal, the New before interment, so as to decide beyond
York Herald says. He is precluded by the cavil of a doubt that death has really
distance from participating in the most
important functions of the sacred col
lege. The most important of all, that of
electing a jnew Pope, although in the
course of nature it must soon devolve
on the college of cardinals, must be
performed under conditions which will
not permit Cardinal McCloskey to take
part in it. The conclave meets for this
purpose on the tenth day after the de
mise of a Pope a period so short that
an American cardinal could not be pres
ent unless he should happen to be acci
dentally in Europe at the time. The
other functions of the cardinals are
chiefly local, appertaining to the civil
and ecclesiastical administration of the
Papacy. The cardinals have always been
the princes and chief dignitaries of the
lloman States. During the long period
before the Pope was stripped of his tem
poral, power they held the highest offices
in his civil government as well as in his
ecclesiastical administration. A large
majority of the cardinals have always
bnen and still are, Italians; but their
functions have been dwarfed and nar
rowed since the assumption by King
Victor Emmanuel of civil jurisdiction in
the States of the Church. Unless the
temporal power of the Pope should be
recovered there is no longer any reason,
why so large a proportion of the car
dinals should be Italians; but it is not
probable that Ufa consideration has in
any degree influenced Pope Pius in ele
vating an American- archbishop to the
cardinalate. Besides testifying his per
sonal regard for Archbishop McCloskey
ho has merely intended to recognize the
importance of the Catholic Church in
the United States.
SUMMARY OF 5E1TS.
The first article of spring attire to be
put on when warmer days come, , says a
fashion journal, is a wrap of lighter
quality than the heavy winter' cloak.
The first importations of these garments
are mantles, fichus, dolmans, round
capes, and sacques of drap dete, cash
mere, and Sicilienne, trimmed "with silk
braid, beaded galloon, lace, and fringe.
There aro fewer sacques than usual, and
these are of the half-fitting French shape
already noted, with long fronts and
hhort backs. Mantles take various
shapes, and are not much trimmed, be
ing merely bordered. Tne simplest
shapes have long square tabs in front
and a demi-long cape behind, outlining
the figure and draping the tournure just
as pacques do; the neck is very high, and
is always finished with a standing collar,
ruche, silk plaiting, or a lace frill.
Jet beads are still shown in the trim
mings, but not so profusely as of late ;
thus wide silk galloons are woven in
checks or blocks dotted with beads, or
else they have a tracery in Greek pattern
of finely cut beads, or perhaps rows of
beaded loops are sewed on the silk
braid. ' Another fashion is to trim with
bits of beaded fringe, each piece two or
three inches long, set diagonally near
the edge, and forming a sort of jabot
effect around the whole matter. A new
trimming is a ruche of crimped tape and
crimiod floss strung with jet', and re
sembles the moss trimming once so fash
ionable. Thread lace is also used in
profusion on fine garments, and is head
nl with crocheted passementerie.
Straight rows of braid a third of an inch
wide are arranged in clusters of three or
four, with a curled row between. Yak
and guipuro insertion and lace are still
Thought For Saturday Night. ,
taken place, should be impressed upon
every one. The late historian, Prescott,
left directions to have the main artery
of his arm severed before he was buried,
solely from a dread of possible revival
in his tomb. "We are reminded of this
subject by the case which has just oc
curred in Paris, where a young and very
lovely girl if as supposed to have died of
fever, and, after the customary delay
and ceremonies, was buried at Pere la
Chaise, in a tomb owned in common
with another family. A second death
soon after caused the tomb to be opened,
when it was discovered that the girl
must have revived and come to life, as
she had turned over in her coffin, and
gave other evidences of a struggle to
free herself from her imprisonment. .
The feelings of surviving friends can
better j be imagined than described
under such circumstances, while the gen
eral public receive a warning which
should not go unheeded. It is less than'
a year since a very similar case occurred
in the city of New Orleans, where chance
discovered that a beautiful child of
twelve years, a girl of remarkable loveli
ness and promise, the idol of her parents,
was undoubtedly buried before the vital
spark had fled. Indeed the recurrence
of these cases are far more frequent than
is generally known, besides which the
very nature of the case is such that it can
only be brought to light by chance dis
covery. We therefore impress the ne
cessity of 'such precautions against
premature burial as shall render it
positively impossible to occur.' j
Such events are no new experience.
Pliny mentions the case of a young man
of high rank, who, having been dead
some time, as it was thought, was placed
upon the funeral pile in order to reduce
the body to ashes. The heat of the
flames revived him, but it was too late.
He perished before his friends could
rescue him from his awful situation.
This time he was indeed dead. We are
also informed by history that the great
anatomist, Vesalius, once had the un
speakable misfortune to commence the
dissection of a living body, apparently
dead, but which revived under the stroke
of the knife. Fatal situation ! Here
again it was too late to save life. It is
said that Vesalius was so affected by this
experience that he was unfitted for pro
fessional duty for a long period following.
Equally unhappy was the fate of Abbe
Prevost, who fell in an apopletic fit; but
he also recovered his consciousness (too
late) under the process of anatomical
dissection. So, also, in the case of J
Cardinal Somaglia, to embalm whose
body preparations had been made. At
last the surgeons, friends and operator
were gathered about the body, but the
knife had hardly penetrated into the
chest when the heart was perceived to
beat. It was a scene never to be forgot
ten by those present, whose faces
lanched with excitement. The cardinal
returned partially to his senses, and had
sufficient strength to put away the fatal
knife, but the lung was mortally
teats ef Iatereat from II ease ui Abroad.
New Jersey has bill under consideration
which imposes a fine not exceeding t5,000, and
imprisonment for a term not exceeding one
year, on any person who shall transfer hia
property to avoid taxes, or who shall encumber
his property for the purpose of claiming a de
duction for debts..... Orer seven thousand
tons of mail matter pans between New York
and Washington each year. . . . . A new ministry
has been agreed upon in France. The Duke
d'Audiffret-Paequier has been made Minister
of the Interior. Two Republicans hare been
admitted .Balances in the United States
treasury : Currency, 9,779,700 ; special deposit
of legal tenders for the redemption of certifi
cates of depoeit, $ 46, 170,000; coin, $75,122,
088, including 22,425,100 coin certificates;
outstanding legal tenders, 382,000,000
The Pope has permitted the Austrian bishops
to comply with the law requiring them to
inform the authorities of the names of the
priests appointed to livings. . . . . .The German
government having been informed that France
intended to order an experimental concentra
tion of trpope on her eastern frontier erly in
. the spring, intimated to President MacMahon
that it would direct the mobilization of two
army corps on the Rhine if France persisted in
cairyiDg out the intention.
A fire in Callao did $200,000 damage The
aggregate sum in the twelve general appropria
tion bills passed during the late session of the
United States Congrees ia 1-175,000,000..
The Budget committee of the Austrian Reichs
rath have struck out the appropriation of $75,
000 to defray the expenses of the representa
tion of Austria at the Philadelphia Centennial.
. . . . . .The Boston Globe says that Gov. Gaston
and his council have determined on the execu
tion of the boy Jesse Pomeroy. . . .A riot took
place at Bogota, C. A. The millers having
raised the price of flour, the bakers did the
same with the price of bread, and combined to
keep it eo. The people assembled in great
numbers in the equare of Bolivia, and finally
proceeded to. gut all the bakers' shops they
could come at. The authorities did nothing,
dangerous wound The f7,000 paid by ex
Senator Pomeroy to Bute Senator York of
Kansas in 1873 has been returned to Fomeroy
by York, the farmer paying out of it the 12,000
costs incurred in the criminal prosecution
against himself The tow boat Babbage
sank near Cairo in the Mississippi river and
three lives were lost The Legislature
of Texas refuse to make an appropriation for
the Centennial exposition.... Beporta from
various sections cay that the fruit trees have
not been injured by the extreme cold, and that
fruit prospects are good.
The Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. have
completed and now occupy tneir new
factories in CambridgeporL Mass..
which they have introduced machinery
to an extent never before employed in
the manufacture of organs. By the aid
of this they not only produce the best
organs, but with greatest economy.
Twice as many organs can be produced,
in proportion to the number of men em
ployed,' would be possible with ordi
nary facilities, and this is the reason
not only for such admirable instruments
but also for such low prices.
Orient for Tlal-lae; Cstrda Mat to W. X CAB
VOX. 4J Kneeisnit bi-eet, Koetoa, Maaa-, will b
pecanptly aad cnnrttlnwtj faied. Boo ad i satis IB-sat.
Beef GatU-Prta to Extn Bollocks 09' M.V
Common to Good Tnut.,.M. MUD
Milch Cows ...40 00 0100 00
Sharp. ..... ...... ..... ..........a
Lam be. ...... . ......... ..........
Flour Extra Western......
Wheat Bd Wactern
Ifo. S Spring. .......a.....
Oata Mixed Western. ....... .......
jjj Corn Mixed Western......
per cwt... ...... ...
Straw, per ewt.....
98 ta) as
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1 37 Ml 7? '
1 15 4 1 15
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as the mob had, it all their own way In
Indianapolis Lewis Bishop cut his wife's throat
because she refused to live with him Frank
J. Potter, late deputy superintendent of the
Rhode Island State farm, hanged himself at
his farm in Connecticut .A letter was re
ceived at the United States Treasurer's office
from England, inclosing $14 "conscientious
restitution " from a former citizen of this coun
try, who is now a resident of Beading, England.
..... The United States Senate confirmed the
nominations of Godlove S. Orth, of Indiana, to
be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo
tentiary to Austria and Hungary ; Horace C.
Maynard to be Minister Resident of the United
States at Constantinople.
The civil service reform in force for the
selection of employees by the United States
government has been abandoned by order of
the President...... The Kansas Legislature
adjourned without voting a penny to the grasshopper-stricken
regions of the State
Steamers arriving in United States ports report
having seen many wrecks at sea, the wrecks
generally deserted by their crews ...... In
Schenectady, N. Y., Gates, charged with mur
der, was tried and found guilty all in one day.
..... .In the case of Strandor, the colored wife
murderer in Virginia, sentenced to be hanged,
The Firemmn' Bepiratf.
In a paper read by Captain Shaw, of
the Metropolitan fire brigade, at the
Society of Arts, an ingenious apparatus
was described for enabling persons to
breathe in dense smoke or poisonous
vapors. It consists essentially of a close
fitting hood, with a respirator, holding a
filter, the invention of Professor Tyndall,
which consists of a valve chamber and
filter tube about four inches long screwed
on outside, with access to it from the
inside by a wooden mouthpiece. The
charge for the filter consists of the
following materials, which are put in
with the tube .turned upside down, and
the lower valve removed: Half an inch
deep of dry cotton wool, an inch deep of
the same wool saturated with glycerine,
a thin layer of dry wool, half an inch
deep of fragments of charcoal, half an
inch deep of dry wool, half an inch deep
of fragments of lime, and about an inch
Hoi 1U, 3&340 Ida OS 4 lljf
Fork -Mew 30 30 JQ 39
LeXd 11. 13
FUh Mackerel No. 1, new IS 00 tl 00
M No. i, new 10 00 010 BO
Dry Cod, per cwt C 00 & a 60
Herring. Scaled, per box.... 39 A 40
Petroleum Crude G7,0?X Befiaed, IS,'
wool Ufcurorau neece..
Cheese 8tate Factory .......
For Homo Use, and for Churches
XETT X5D DtPBOTED STYLES.
Unequaled in Tone, and in Beauty 01
TIB Sol American Onai (Jo.
Or BOSTON, JIAS3.,
Cell atteotjoa to tbetr New lAet, with Kntrrevtaea aad
Pes crt-Kloaa. aad a 1 1 the pwbho that ta the laatrw-
nil are to be fcand eoaabtned the beat which
the hav aaadw hi thwir twwaty-av rwan f aiyaitaai
5o other l-MtrvaMBiao exactly battataa the Pipe Otaa
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PRICES TO SUIT TTTE TIMES.
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tsar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chieflr from tbo na
ilTO berba round on the lower rarrprs of
too Sierra xieraaamouiiuiiiu v vumw
Ola. the medicinal propcrtira of which -aro
extracted therefrom without the um
of Alcohol. Tno cucsuon aimo
dallj asked, "What la tho can? a of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Hit-
the catnse of disease, ana mo raueni re
rxrrers his health. They are th-9 ptu
blood pcrlflerand a nre-gmo:; pnacip.i,
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tick of orery diaeaa man U keir to. Thej
n a rrotle Purt;tiT6 m well as a Toex
Viliennr Coercion or lauuiu w.
tha Uxa and Visceral Organs, ia Bihonj
piao ate a.
Tho properties of Dr. Walkir'c
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CrminAtiTe, Natriticms, LaxaUTe. Diaretio,
gadAiire, Cocuter-Irriiait, Sadorlfc, AlKra
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A real healthy man or woman is
Character is the 'diamond that scratches
every other stone.
A man's own safer is a god that some
times makes very grim demands.
Success has a great tendency to con
ceal and throw a veil over the evil deeds
There is no vice so simple but assumes
some mark of virtue on its outward
paths. ! I
Cheerfulness makes the mind clearer-
gives tone to thought and adds grace and
beauty to the countenance.
Tho human soiU is hospitable, and
will entertain conflicting sentiments and
contradictory opinions with much im
If you would understand the disposi
tion of man, look at his companions; if
you would know that of a father observe
A really great man ia known by three
feigns generosity in the design, hu
manity in the execution and moderation
If there is a man who ought to be
bright and cheery, that man is the one
upon whom God shines. According to
tho world's standard, the son of a king
should lead a gay life. ( How absurd that
the sons and daughters of the king's
King should wear long faces ! We are
on our journey through a wilderness to
our Father's palace. Never mind the
brambles. The sun shines. Let us be
The editor of the New York Herald,
in speaking of the appointment of Car
dinal McCloskey, says: There is no
room to doubt that "the progress of
Catholicism in the United States " has
been very remarkable. "When John
Carroll, of Maryland, was, in 1790, made
tho first Catholic bishop in America,
there were less than forty thousand peo
plo in this country belonging to that
communion. In 1808, when six addi
tional American bishops were appointed,
tne Catholic population amounted to
only one hundred and fifty thousand
souls. In 1850 there were twenty-seven
Catholio bishops in tho United States
and a Catholic population of about one
million and a half. At presentwe fol
low Catholic authorities and statisticians
who may perliaps exaggerate the
Catholic population of the country is
about six millions.
. A Common Scold.
One of those curious legal antiquities
known as a " common scold " ' case was
recently tried at Pittsburgh. The de
fendant was found guilty, but the jury
haying recommended lenity in punish-r
ment, merely a small fine was imposed.
For the benefit of any one who may be
tempted to prosecute his noisy neigh
bors, we will say that the indictment in
this case charged that "the defendant,
on the 28th day of December, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-four, and at divers
other days and times as well before as
since, in the county aforesaid, and within
the jurisdiction of the court, with force
and arms, was and yet is it common scold
J J J' A 1 ' t Al il 1
.uu uiiituruer oi me peace oi me neign-
orhood, and all good citizens of this
commonwealth, to the common nuisance
of all good citizens aforesaid, and to the
evil example of others in like case offending."
a Btay of proceedings has been granted rarity; and what wonder? when we re- I w.
The Hebrew Leader regrets the fast
lives of single and married people. A
bachelor now has need of an income such
as would once have satisfied a man with
a family ; and the husband and father re
quires for his single household the means
that twenty years ago would have sup
ported two families, if not three. Daugh
ters are sent to fashionable schools, at an
enormous cost, there to learn" extrava
gance, and in short to become fitted for
anything but to become wives of poor
men. Sons are ruined with unlimited
pocket money, late hours, and almost
total absence of paternal control. Thus
we not only vaste our own estates, but
perpetuate the vice in our children. In
every way we are living too fast.
The brain of a one-year old child re-
Kmblefl a larg white eamelia
The Ciril Bight Bill.
The bill before the Delaware Legisla
ture ia evidently intended to give pro
tection to innkeepers or others against the
Civil Rights bill. It sets forth that no
keeper of a place of public entertain
ment or refreshment shall be obliged, by
law, to furnish entertainment or re
freshment to persons whose reception or
refreshment by him would be offensive
to the major part of his customers, and
would injure his business. The term
customers shall be taken to include all
who have occasion for entertainment or
Another provision of the same charac
ter is offered to proprietors of theaters,
land to railway, boat and stage lines.
The Whisky Tiu.de Ixckeasisg.
reports to the United States Internal
Revenue office show that the number o:
distilleries m operation February first
was 356, with a daily capacity of 200,779
gallons. March first thrf were 406
distilleries, with a daDy capacity of 295,
817 gallons, showing an increase of fifty
distilleries, with a daily capacity of 95,
Two children of Wm. Thomas, a colored man,
of Wilkesbarre, Pa., were burned while their
mother was out after water. The eldest was a
boy three years old, who died a few minutes
after the mother returned, and the youngest,
a baby, had its legs burned to a crisp up to the
knees A boiler exploded in Bushville,
Ind., killing two persons instantly and serious
ly injuring four others In New Hampshire
the vote for Governor was so close that there
was no choice by the people, and the election
of Governor goes to the Legislature About
one thousand men have joined the new Black
Hills expedition to start this spring..;... In
Atlanta, Georgia, a colored barber joined with
others in visiting saloons and testing the Civil
Rights question. He lost patronage by it, and
this so worked upon his mind that he com
mitted suicide. 1
Upon the revival of the franking privilege
tons upon tons of matter were sent by mail
from 'Washington...... During the last ten
years fifty-two life insurance companies in the
United States have ceased doing business
A woman called at the house of Mr. Beck worth,
ia Georgetown, D. C, and on being refused
alms left. Shortly after she met a little niece
of that gentleman, having in her arms his in
fant child, six weeks old. She persuaded the
girl to give it to her, and sent her off to a store
to buy some candy, since which time neither
the woman ncr child has been seen or heard
of A dispatch from Florence, Arizona, says
old Bender, the Kansas murderer, is still there
awaiting Gov. Osborne's requisition. He seems
to realize bis fate, and is willing to submit to
the law . The Congressional delegation in
New Hampshire is two Democrats to one Re
publican . ..... At the twenty-third annual com
mencement of the Women's Meoical College in
rniiadeipina sixteen students graduated as
doctors of medicine Petitions for the pas
sage of a prohibitory liquor law, from all sec
tions of the Dominion of Canada, continue to
be received daily. Mr. Burke presented one to
the House signed by 13,000 inhabitants of New
Brunswick. There was great cheering when
the petitions was presented John Mitchel
was re-elected to Parliament from the Tip-
perary district, Ireland.. Gov. Booth, of
California, having resigned his office in order
to take his seat in the United States Senate,
LieuL-Gov. Iiomualdo Pacheco. a native Cali-
fornian, becomes Governor A bill passed
both Houses of the New York Legislature de
claring that after January 1, 1879, all taxes
shall be collected in gold or its equivalent, and
all contracts made shall be payable in United
States coin ..... .The Apaches have been killing
herders in Mexico.
Joshua Griffin, colored, was hanged at Belair,
Md., for the murder of Miss Susan Taylor, and
George Wheeler, colored, was hanged at Eae
ton, Md., for the murder of Mrs. Margaret
Whitman John Mitchel was elected, to
the English Parliament from Tipperary by
2,863 majority.. ..The National Fire Insurance
alize that it is the custom to overload the
stomach, and then produce chronic dis
ease by the use of spirituous" liquors,
"tonics," "appetizers," "restoratives,"
etc. Having first produced disease by
indiscretion, the victim wonders why
' ' nothing does him good. " Just so ; and
the reason is that they all, or nearly all,
find a basis in alcohol or poison. To
all thus discouraged we can conscien
tiously say, "make one more trial."
Discard spirituous medicines, and give
nature a chance, aiding her in the strug
gle by using one of her own pure and
unadulterated herb remedies, in the
shape of Vinegar Bitters. The discov
erer, Dr. Walker, of California, is no
pretender, but an honorable practicing
physician, and his discovery is the result
oi years oi labor ana study. The won
derful cures effected by them of dyspep
sia, fevers, rheumatism, and many other
A. M-l - 1? i 1-1 .
lernuie diseases, are almost increaioie.
$40, $50, $75, & $100.
GOOD. DURABLE. AND CHEAP.
Shipped Ready for Uh.
Maaafactared by CHAPMAN &
I O., .lladlsn, ind.
f 7" Snd for a ratalotro.
Of tbe Prettlent C'nrda yon am u,
with roar nam baadaoinaly printed og
them. ant, poat-paid, upon ntoelpt o 20
centa. soar frteaaa will all want tbam
when ther tea your. Addraaa.
CANNON. 4Q Knealand Straat. Boa ton. Ml
ta ay b aWMMU. aa aaa
ac;k.ts wantld rr
tbe NEW ROOK
THE PENN MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
An old and aoeceesful Life Company desire to aeenre
tbe aerrlcee of a reliable pereon, who baa bad ezp Tienoe
aa a JUfe insurance boucllor, aa uuunci Agenl, lor
2 A ttnn ( aa'irey jruruaf mace annual ainoeoaa.
or return of aarplas, to ita members, and baa aa larce a
proportion ef Aaseta to IJabiliUe as any Af otoal Life
Company in tbe United State. Ia tesaes policies of all
Poor Pat. In Michigan a judge de
clined the honor of another term and
gives this as a reason why he would not
accept an office worth $1,500 a year:
"The niggardly compensation which the
people of the State insist shall pay for
the services of the judiciary has brought
the office of circuit judge into contempt,
is fast driving our best jurists from the
bench, and is filling their places with
youth and inexperience. No man who
is fit for the office will take it, and, for
one, I am tired of apologizing for an
office that ought to command a proper
Don't Hack, Hack, Cough, Cough I
Cough ia a symptom by which Tarions dis
eased conditions of the throat, bronchial tnbee
and longs manifest themselves. Bat whether
it arises from the irritation produced in the
throat and larynx by taking cold, from an at
tack of bronchitis, from incipient consumption,
or from various other causes, nothing will allay
it more speedily or cure it more permanently
than Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It does not matter whether it be a recent at
tack, or a lingering cough, the Discovery is in
either aee equally well adapted for ita relief
and Dermanent cure. In fact, it will rnr a
cough in one-half the time neceeeary to cure it
with any other, medicine, and it does it, cot by
drying it up, but by removing the cause, sub
duing the irritation, and healing the affected
parts. No time should be lost in commencing
the use of a proper medicine for the relief of a
cough, for unless this course is pursued,
Berieaa and dangerous disease of the lungs ia
liable to result. Golden Medical Discovery is
sold by all dealers in medicines. Com.
N. Y. Supreme Court has confirmed ita
injunction against an imitation of the prepara
tion of Witch Hazel, known as Pood;s Extract.
desirable forms, which are all non-forfeltable. and eaa
offer inducement to the insuring pnblie equal to any.
It M prepared to make boeral Uommisahm Contracts with
eiperienoed men. In the H years of Its existence the
FENN HIUTUAIj has disputed the payment of but
two rouciMS. a only o
82 1 Cbetont Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
IOWA AND NEBRASKA,
FOB BALK BT
Rib BnrMoii & Missouri Ri?er HHCo.
Oa Ten YearV Credit at O per cent. Iaterest.
ONE MILLION AviE la IOWA and SOUTH
Tbe finest country In the wirld to combine FARM
INti and HTOC'R UA1S1MJ.
Predict will py far T.nd and ImprsTf.
nenta ions oeiorc uc irinnpaj be
came a due. I,ars;r Discounts
"The so-ealled destitution la Nebraska lies In tfce far
western region, beyond tha lands of tha B.1H.KS
tW For circulars that wfll describe fnDv three Unda.
anu vae terms oi saie, apply to or aaoreas.
Bnrlinjrtoa, Iowa, for Iowa Land,
or Lincoln. Xeb.. for Nebraska Lands.
DrlM-ell. f'fanrrb A- Hall.
Cmrrrt, An KfoT4, Ma., My.-
Tha demand for yoar be foam
increases rapidly, never
Janre.Fr aner cV Ca.. Wlflka.
barrr, amy Have sold roar
Sea Foam to all clsssaa of t-ade. It
aerer failed to give satisfaction."
Biggest thine to ratae yua ever
aw. Ureateni thine to sell yoa
ever knew. Mny valuable eook
in reetrwa sent free. Band at
once for Circular to
ti oil won:
Tbe Great Renaatloa of the Are lavastlfaUoa nf tha
wonderful Spirit Matilfreliitlaae at tha Kdy
Hamraf rnd, Vt by tbe New York Crar Oumeaie
ektner. Most aatoandlnc resutta. Tha whole eoaatry
astonished. &0 ! f.mmei, $mkam frm Li.
Bend for (.'trenUr for Terrttorv. Tenne. et.. V
AMERICAN PI1BI.1KHINU CO.. Hartford. Ot.
A Book aspoalnc tha mysteries of WATT.
and bow any one may operate in. "V ft II II 0 J
osesfully with a capital of ttSO or IOOO. ComnUte
Insti notions aad Illustrations to any address. T f M -
HitiiMii: v co- bmuu axd biouu a Vail
Ktmet. New York.
FAMILY FAVORITE. 1 The Titles
.1IAI KAtTI ICKIlM FAYOHITE. Indicate
tJKNKKAI, FA VOH IT K. ) tiaUeea.
For full information reapectlnr oar Goods, or Arstla
AVEri.1 V.KKU ;K'VIMi MACHINE
COMPANY at Hartford, Ceaa., or oar Breaab
Offices la leadinc Cities.
' Tf t-PrnCUETTD at Jlotna.
rChlkdtr. Terms wuui .
Time short. Koor Trs of aa-
1 1 Mraivianrrres.Iw-rlberaa.
ISautUmOai. Addrw l.r.E.Marah.julncy.Mica.
f f and exr-wrs a Cnth to triiii Addrea
S200uU ETOJUPaJTj. JcocaxUle. Mich.
Mhtf rtvn n
II 1114 1
If v anneal eatatone of Vea-etaMe aad
UTs. wtll ba eeot to ail wl
arply. t 'mM"mm
In U1 be foeed
1--. . . . . - - - ntl. in It InM l.l
rel valuable vanetjeaof new ertati- wMeiew
for tha first time thia season, bavins; wiade nrw
tables a specialty for many years. Ortnr mrr a
A, . i mmJ Afim mmr.rti.rn m mv several tsmts. I ou:a
. a. 4 .11 .ii hm i
mmA mmji (mIi .nA ,.f ikm .TW 4ef mtrmim. All
wot I rem niy nuuanimi "w '
A DTPWTHKRM' fUnd 5 eeet OtO
I. KUWKUj M 1X1- a 1 fax Ro. w. T trm
PmmpkUff 100ss.aoatatntaUaUa SOOO
papers, and estimates ahowine: 6oe4 of edi 1 alsg
mt tarnd fram the Aaencaa fnm. Pv. Hall ears. "Kvaar
Caarrsa is a aica atss ae KnuinM.' Tka New Tefe
ww's ays.Iv ia a aoaa ma ee wii imuinM M
"T" . Dr. Mwa,taanliliea FreetS eaywttea.ssys.
avsav raa is vim, ninm is iaeiea A t ilI ee
eortaatry far area's e weieeMaeyt WHY KiT TILL.m
alaialaf faaritlMt TkU Wk wu aalL Be4 far sttealasa i
eswt rasa. DIST1X. CUJfAN a Ctt. HarUwa. Caee.
CTft A WFEI
ootht lie. Fmrrca M
Aeats wanted everywhere. For
Wtuit. Uaytoa. Ohio
Th'le ATt!rtT CABtwarr a
K-fU I I K.R r li.fc. taaewful to every
kmateees man, to km fil t-T A.
"1TIES cTmiEJ aiweje aiwaa
f -4 ana in aJpaaoottosj ardor i aoloa
,c i 4jOOO LwUesa,aaa ba aaod aa a doak
, I w nana; to las wau. wa propa;
Srpreeeaharrea. aVrod for atreaia
" aavd pa-tee lias wUh iCO i ,fn sn hi
Addraaa C. A. OOOX m QUoaco, U.
Allen's Luno BaxsajsI caoscs the
lnnga to throw off the matter that ia collected
over the air-cells, and makes the patient
breathe more freely, and purifies the blood.
cires strength to the bod v. and tone to tha di.
a at wa a a . e a "I .
vompaoy oi x'niiaaeipnia nas suspenaea. ..... gesave organs, and neals the irritated ptvrta,
Sute J Engineer Thompeon. of Louiaiana. re- oa Me ud health to the svatem. Asth-
porta that there is imminent danger of crevas
ses in that State, and that at some points the
levees have already begun to cave in It is
announced that the party now in the Bla:k
Hills will, if necessary, be driven out by troops,
and others will be prevented fram entering
The Voce di Verita says the Pope confers the
Cardinal's hat on Archbishop McCloskey, not
only on account of the personal merits of that
prelate, but because the Holy See is deeirious
of honoring the Catholics of America and of
marking the progress of Cotholicism in the
United States... ..A $50,000 f re occurred at
Stillwater, N. T .... .The United States Freed
men'a Bank is said to be in a much worse con
dition than supposed," and little will, be re
alized from it.
A number of Ohio distillers have ' been
arrested charged with defrauding the United
States government. ...Two boys named George
Selb and Wentley Goodenoagh were playing
with a revolver in Barlington, N. J., when the
former, not knowing the weapon was loaded,
pointing it at the latter, said: " Tour money or
your life," and diacliargad It, the ball entering
(Hodasough't htad above the tye, causing a
ma is soon relieved by its use. For sale by
ueaiers m ianuiy meaiones generally. Vom.
Over-exertion, either of body or mind,
produces debility and disease. The usual
remedy is to take some stimulant, the effact of
which is tne same as giving a fered horse the
wnip instead or oats. Tbe true wav is to for
tify the system with a permanent tonic like the
reruvian jsyrup (a protoxide of Iron), which
gives strength and vigor to the whole system.
Johnsons Anodyne Liniment is. "with
out doubt, the safest, surest, and best rmusHr
that has ever been invented for internal or ex
ternal use. It is applicable to . raraefw
-of complaints, and ih erjually beneiiciaJ for man
or Deask--com. ,
Tf. "1 . . .
e nave seen it st&tea in Tbmtotis
papers throughout the country that agents for
the sale of Sheridan Cavalry Condition, Pow
der were authorized to refund the money to
any Person who should nee them and not be
Baosnea wiin tne result, we doubted this at
first, but the proprietors authorize us to say
uiava u ia vroo. JOm.
Bmrrr's Coooact is the beet and
cheapest hair dreeauig in the world. Com.
(X? rt PPJ t.Ajrt' SS awwarUolesaad the
& 1M. K. tiA.STZ Ac fOH
170 Daanr HuNrwYsrk.
MONEY IN IT MURE! Just out.
Ueefal, Haadaoxna. Cheap. Bella every,
where. A rata chance. Alan,
NEW MAPS, CHARTS. Etc.
Our new chart. CIIRIHTIAN
(.KACrX, to a splendid socceaa. Cin
cinnati price aame aa New York, ftesid
forterntnK.C BRIfXiM AN.Ji Barc
lay Kt..N.T., A 17 W. 4th bt..Cia..O.
Invito the patnanara e taaiket (ardeaera
rs who are eaf-rteily daaimoa ta have tfr
i la anr catahw-ee
f arklrhratl. fnoe.
awtwaPe: 'Tt 1
txass Via a. tatxtttow
Tbe brat and rheeprM Tnlnt In the
World for I row. Tin r Wood. r sale
by TWara evrTywrrre. ITtlXCrS' irTT.il XI J
PCaJXT CO.. fnnfJ,rvra.ir.CrarSt .N'W'k.
rCA.TJTXOrrurtbaeer wm pwaaa
sea that onr name and tra!o raark are on each asd
every package. Send for a Circular. .
A L.1TKH Alt V JorilNU. far t be FA MI l .
ONK YF4R. .5f. MONTH.
tiUKi 1'KF.MH I. H Kit.
Tbe cbntee of two beaauf al Ml frravlrtp. atje IrrM.
lirCKI.INtaJ atd "THK I-TI.S,'
Asapremtara to earh ,ntwr;1T ll m- n : f1
l V.OHTH aft HUM i: 1U)H:II
wrfH mmrU laiiti aahacrikw.
fr tl I P tor Ibu amuaM e ou von 7"
Ur.I1 I O. "ATLawTfO- lor 3 saaati-e trtal.
mM. Aareete wniird e--rr v brrr. A1
ATnANTIC WKKkLV.W. iet It.ie.
r IB, LAWasert wjrsrW AVTVCaVaa
"V I avmo cAiAaaa steBtavu-a.
lSevta, evmsrwa twenty yearv ai e.aa Was
llMa wtta AftMMA. I esaitansti T eaea
3 ias Sirawseea aawietatlsa SaeaaeS-
' "V t uta. 1 farta eaialy 4Maeiaa a eisliital
nilTHln r- - tar Aataeaa ee4 Oatan.
HTniT PV WMsJa rajH?rv with Hteaell k Key Check
iliWi' fatta. (takcne.aamptea and fall par.
ttcnUrs Free. K. M. arEacr.a. 117 Haaover pt.. Boatoa.
WHAT IKK PILKR1
RKAOI PLAIM BLL'IT
rata.n a Traaxlaa oa the
Causa., History, Cut sad
rreveaboaof PILF.A. Pea-
ey r. K V. L'hT A V la.
T KE k CO, at Walker Ktreat,
lew rorr. seat rSKK teall
pans of the Vnued States as
rsaakyt ac a letter rim
las area aa raet ee4 aasaa mmtnn.wMj. I
I IffwAs are I ippit ' I wtis ssaip'i sacsarei aw
IVleHilsart a. flail ea4 (. eaa. aa al"
B. aWaJalIJU AaoAo CeewAw Oata.
ayBraiflavs. rmUaise recaase. ar saeil. Ita
SHARPS RIFLE CO.,
Mannfactarm of Patent Bieoch4oodHr, MOitary,
nsr and Oreedinoor RiOea. Tbe Bret la the
w inner at International and nearly all other
(Sea OffirUl Keeord )
principal matches st Creedsaoor.
- 30 ta 93S
FPU FPY ?T FITH TT Ttheaae of Roaaf
kriLLlO I Kriurrtc KxatrbtKa. Trial Pach.
MV.'"-.,n' etrralara. avtdeaoa at
aa UAtSX BROS.. lUchnaoad. lad.
Suoceaa, etc, addr
Oar New CaUaJacae
with prfcrea for Krt 'ItTo. to
l at au
wish fa . and wtu be seat
fZl W'T.Tr'M FotrrutOTAmiciTiot
aJI . a. av a
Itaoatalaa hsva of tho sh si e sat
varastino, carefaUy rrowa frcea
Block. siM-alta ailt
lor tha snnat avlect Market taer-
With ICWwaUoaa for 13MJrarda. KfK) aad 8 123
Send for IUonrated Cataione.
Amot AXD Orricx. K. G. WESTOOTT.
HA1TTOID, UOSlt. Preaideet.
8300 A Maath. Areata Wanted Pttber sex. Heed
tampforCaUloaoa. A- D. Wscoer.194 Broad way.S.Y.
ta 923 TEIl DA V fend for "Cbromo
caUloma. J. H. hUrTOKD'S HO.fS, Boston.
seulnc book ever pabllabed. band for caret
war extra tin las to Areata.
HI5G CO.. Phnadefehta, Pa.
Am mA Itrm-VLmj
Hcblea-rU Everett Ac Cau,
16 H. Market Ktrrrt,
axed ay Sr. lieck'a acOw
anowa aad aara sandy.
nu cmrao. uu ar ! Trasi
DR. J. O. DECK.
mJoiaStowtt. cxxczzuti. csxau
1 m T1T7T) T A XT to Areata, e
JLV X All IV iiAl for biaaiey's Calebrau
I Vhaitinr aad Baeineaa Cards, tha beat la tho world.
72 naamiaoeot samp We to beaia work with seat for 2
eta. Address H. C. MAX LEY. Paahiooabla Encravar,
316 Waahinrtoa btreet, Boetoa. Maaa.
& PRIVATE FAMILIES.
I h"e an I l PR OTETf R FCFT PT for rnaklac a
PrRK HAKl.Vt. or VKAhT POWOKlt, equal
to tho best ia the saarket. with wMrh I will end a hook
arvtna: 40 aew aad KXCEI.I.KNT METIIOUM for
aatactt La eookinc My Bakinr Powdareaa boaaadefor
IB santsapooad. Whv oar 4VO or fiO carts aer tmma
when yoa eaa easily maaa rear owa for IO rests Prase
It wta. bnavmr, bo aa it en
I. wttn diraetinas la Kiar
aad rre. if tbe Biafa- J
Vmrmi ia aliam ta wliiek tita iiliiil i I
Tbe ooar af thia aaxmrr-r ta urui r rvut twavks
FOCTiPaof tbe powder evade. Iearedavnta kept by gro-
aoa ai-asTa-ina ijiwii aoareee
D. W. BUIUtifS Prmrtlral OraaTrUt,
af any receipt, M,4. It
receiptor ti)OBl mail
aad Gersaaa) for HilCts aa
tiO YOUR OWN PRINTING
a. . f is--
Iowa R. R. Land Co:
Baa for aaU f.AOO,0OO Arree af lUflroad Laarls ia
taa AUddio Karka at Wsotem lews.
TETTER IJl.NDM AT CIIKAPKU PRI(T-H
aa aaa ba fnood eaaewhere wtlha rlrUitataev ve
sssltm ikii Nn Sksraa. ie ledn. Avrar real!t
prtro fi.v aad tH V arre. Ktat n-tit '. 1 ail sand
to tho Cepans oAc. it't Kaid4i-a MtaH. CtiM-ar-.
ead obtaio fall toloraaaUeo ssxl sww to rracb tr laeoa
fraav for Baapa and paaiiul4a. wan prV-ve aad l"ai
sddrveo Iowa Kaabxad Lead Co., Claicac. er Caviar
JOHN D. CAIJIOl-N,
Ii ad i aarrasUalwarv.
PA QPnnoriT Smitn's Illustrated Pattern Bazaar
IT A-lwlniUVaUWl The only Mirn!M that IMPOIIT- STYLXK and
Trv only Marmxine
e of them. Only tUlO year, with Pramtum
r x 1 v
I a. M . N
Af V. Ui
l as I a.ae. Ueee avlt.ae,a-..re at iWea i I las aeawvty mmm a.. 'a w;.''a.u.i
I !f I CaaaaTsaar. ra-W eSraeS eaL-4 VT eaaaiaraaeaa "LT ZuTcm
aVarr ey(T.a ta aH
Smith's "lastast Drtti Omtor."
VaaaCrV at iei eaa
Otrper Part ef taa
klri rwroas est
aeitv, arMh tea "X to
Any Pattam on tttle paf mailed on recetpt or marnaq potv; .
Tbeee wbo eaawi to A. Birama
fteaitb Ooo Te-r-a StTflrJi?2
c 1 , 1 0 for B ; AtaVX; v i r ia
PrlaUn, Sirsieale. ft
mfmrt arvra, M eve have t a. aa4 Mens J
tHa lU-ST eaer lanaSil. ia.aeial V
Ten stylos, Prteee from tSXtO ta A
SKMJ.O. WOODS CO. Mawaf .-ri
ass'iers hi all ktaOs af Prifrtlntx M ttuw. -
i aalt. er ye eaa Sea
tt aali A Htiniaa
afetrt awes Baa rUtb.
H Leone Oasaatn aa
a Taatfal ae4 Vs.
emorjanie Jtanaar. it arawe aa
a fULlceea te im aarfc. atestac tee
etnlabt frotra. It Bavwea eaava
saaa Too Tlraoa na OoaA. It eaa ha
eaaacia fraaa Owe Zraaa as aMCaar.
mea, eo a
UlllaeHI UI l-l-!ja.lTafS.wlnS
aa aa. I
UUA. or. e-ecret X jJieaeanai
aaa. veiew aiam.
CSrJLTX' TTX e1- OXjTTXI I
Pni n nnifll Wa -hall Ev away w.ua.uy
GO LD CD ni l h. jB&tZJZnVrw&
SiLV rtT m itm'p i m mud.
t al tT ii a' el it aa nf
,v'iu a yw.
. 0!4 DrtatfYrTrj Urn York Clty
an Csaaisias) Yaaaral ae aWe"ca
The Franklin Courier (Louisburg, N.C.)
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