Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 4, 1889 · Page 4
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 4, 1889
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THE E'FENIKG GAZETTE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMEE' \Vhcrc arc y<> I'm ;~o'mc Vl '< 1 1 What hold' With - ' omen- .•y pretty maid?" ..g, sir," she said, you in your hand so tight, a face so gny and a step so light?" * hat which all prize their dearest treasure— Makes washing and scrubbing only a pleasure, Keeps the clothes so clean and white; iThe doors and windows a beautiful sight. For your own household you'll get it, I hope, five cents buys a bar of SANTA CLAVS SOAP." SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. Made only by ^ N. K. Fairbank & Co. Chicago, 111. Generally, capitalists havo plain checks and store-keepers elaborate ones. G. & H. W. TiMk TABLE. Atlantic Ex... .2 42 »-m Berlins P»M~6:86 a. m. Limited Pass. 8:63 a. m. Clinton " 1*5 p. m Denver . 8:40 a. m.' OOUTCIWMT. Pacific Si —.2:22 »,m. Sterling Pass. 8 -on p. m Limited Pass. 4 KM p. m. ClintonPass 1:13 p. m. Denver 8:63 'FAB8KHSKBB. (JOINO MABT. OOIHO WKST. i pn ooraa BAST. 1 QOINO 8— Fssssaser BUS) a.m- 38— Pasicngcr i -.20 p.ra 76— Freight.. _.»:« p.m.|«— FrelKht....-BK»a.m ABBIV* TBOM BAST. ABBIVB FROM WBST. TO-FsMeaaer-BHWp.m. 36—rasseneerlO^oa-m. •7—FrslgilL... 8:40a.m. *2 -Freight—6:30p.m. Passenger No. 38 connects with trains east and west onOUnton Branch; with O. K. I ft P. B. B. it Book Inland east and west; with main line or points west. Council Bluflfl, Omaha and bo and tor Kansas City and oolnts beyond. CHICAGO*^ NORTH"WESTERN • B RAILWAY. OVER 7,000 MILES Of steel track In Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota tnd Wyoming, pe/ietrates the Agricultural Mining and Commercial Centres of the WEST AND NORTHWEST. .The Unrivaled Equipment of tho -Lino embraces Sumptuous Dining Cars, New Wagner and Pull«r»n Sleepers, Superb day Coaches and FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS Running direct between Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Council Bluffs and, Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver. San Francisco and all Pacific Coast Points. ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK HILLS For Tickets, R»te«, Mnp», Time Tables nnil M.I Information, apply to any Ttcht-t Agent or tttl- dreit the Qen'l Passenger ARi'nt, Chicago, 111. ». 11. TO1T1U8, S. 0. W1CISB, E. t. WIL001T, Oneril JUaijtr. Trifle Mitigcr. Oon'lP»il. Aj 1 .. Hello, old man I isn't it going to clear off?" "Uon'tknow, I'm sure. It always has. CBOUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Biekford, Rock FalTa. The world owes every man a living, but it doesn't owe any man any other man's living. Bncklen'B Arnica Hklve. ~> The beat salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Kheiini, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and poatively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by D. 11. Striolder. The way a Milwaukee justice does it: liana him V" "Voo " "IlttVft hflr V" 'Have him?" "Yes." •Yes." "Married; 82." A New IHHcevery. Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants likevpommon pills, bran, etc. Mile's Pills cures liver complaint', constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. It. Ilen- drick's or J. M. Blckford's. When you hear a young man say that a young girl has no heart you may be pretty sure she has his. THE BEV. GEO. H. THAYER, ol Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SllILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For fmle ; by Perry,' the druggist, and J. M_. Biekford, Hock Falla. When you are parting with an acquaintance and he says, "Oh! by the way—" gel out your pocket-book. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. Ic cures consumption. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J.M. Biekford Rock Falls IS rare I'p. You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, TI.U lire bothered with iieaiiache, you are OiJgetty, nervous, and generally out oi sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which have for their basis very cheap, bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leuve you in a worse condition thnn before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will Hud in Electric Bitters, and only .10 cents a bottle at D. 13. Strickler's Drug store The Vanderbilt checks are somewhat elaborate, though not so much so as formerly. Tnelr HnnlnenH Boom I us. Probably no one thing has caused such a revival of trade at JX B Strickler's Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of BO many free trial bottles of Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size SI. Every bottle warranted. Some tear out two or three checks and carry them lopse in the pocket—as if they were cash. Nine Million Witches Burned! Sprenger computes that during the Christian era no fewer than nine million witches were immolated. In Eii- gland, the last execution for witchcraft took place in 1710, but in Illinois as late as 1780 to 1700, several unfortunates were put to death. This is a terri ble rellection on the boasted enlightenment of the age; but we must not be over-censorious, while we daily see friends going down to death, ignorance or prejudice preventing the use of remedies which might save them. Many a cold runs into consumption, while indigestion and impure blood debilitates the system, inviting fatal attacks, when the use of Dr. Pterce's Golden Medical Oiscovery would have ensured health and happiness. If there can be said to be a fashion in checks, the small ones are the most fashionable. this full. There is considerable cane raised in Clyde and it Is doing well. Mrs. H. E. Horning is very sick and Is under tho care of Dr. S. Taylor, of Morrison. The Ma.Ivern school commonced yesterday with James Morris as teacher. Thia is the week of the Morrison fair and most everybody expects to attend one day. The dusty roads may have some effect on the attendance. The you"ng folks had n sociable at Daniel Murry's last Friday evening. AH enjoyed themselves. I.ove feast at Rock Creek churcli Oct. 1 and 2, 1SSD. Geo. Detra's child is sick. The warm weather is bad for young children. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, of Canada, are visiting at Thos. Milnes. Today Is auditor's meeting in the town. •Several swarms of bees have been hived within the last few days. The bees must think that the honey business will be good this fall, as it will keep them busy to get enough to live on through the winter, unless they are fed. A. Zook and George Hiller are threshing clover seek this week. AMMON. Changes in the brain and nerves are the most common cause ef disease. Their influence OH the body is wonderful. Shame Hushes the palest and fnar blanches the rosiest cheek and whitens the blackest hair in a night. Worry causes dyspepsia and hastens old age. Terror or excitement often .causes in-_ slant death, etc. Dr. Miles' Keatoia- tivo~Nefvine removes "tire" effect v>r worry, overwork, alcoholic excess, morphine habit, nervousness, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, headache, neuralgia and nervous prostration. Sold by A. 11. Ilendricks or J. M. Bickford. From Milledgeville and Hitt had a little tilt at ball playing on Wednesday, the former being the victors. Pearl Cheeseman, daughter of G. W. Cheeseman, has been quite sick, but is now better. Misses Green and Hissong, of Thomson, drove into town on Thursday last with a load of melons, which they Bold to Albert Green. At this juncture a telegram was received from a lady at Thomson, ordering their arrest and Marshal Russell at once safely lodged them in the heater, where they remained during the day. As no one appeared against them, they were released. It is thought the arrest was caused by spite. • • Samuel Lichty and wife, former residents of this locality, but now, of Falls City, Nebraska, are visiting friends Uere for a short time. Herbert, son of Stephen Calkins, who has been visiting here for some days, returned to his home in Chicago on Saturday. We are credibly informed that Uncle John Krldler, of Polo, is quite poorly, caused by some ailment of one of his feet. II is many friends in this local!-; ty will wish him a sceedy recovery, _____ .. : "Hiss'Anico^Heidley, of Iowa, la vis- ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM". Conrm-flvillo. Tnrt., H nfnV.u-d tri:h n Tiro- lont opMrinio nf trphoi 1 frvpr. Prfii'-lpnt Hnrrii'.n l-ft TVcr Turk for Washington City tLis momma. F.ijfimiixl IIvni-iM, tlio wrll-kiicnvn Chicnfro j.-<wdi-r, ilk-cl in Hint city Ttiwlny. IIn wi« M years ol<L The Jowi-ih schoolmasters of (_M«cn hare bwn forbMdcn by tho Hussinn <vir to continue tonchinu;. Snow tins fnllon to the depth of four to fir* Inches In tho pnst. fun- days in th" vicinity of Elliiton ami Ton Miles, Montnnn. William O'Brien, tln< Irish editor, who n-ns tnkoii to jnil nt (iahvny, Ireland, n few d:na ngo is reported p-Tioiisly ill. Strotber BUntjor. n wealthy resident of Illinois, nenr BloominRton, dropptd d«md Tuesday evening. He wns OS years old. The fniluro of T. R. Mnsfjriivp, a prominent operator, was announced on the New York stock exrlmngo Tuesday. His liabilities nro estimated nt f lOO.CO'.l. Tho First Nstiomil bank of Ourny," Colo., and tho First Nntlnnnl bank of Neligh, Nob., bavo been authorized to commence, business, with capital ot f ">0,Ul)0 in each case. L. L. Clnuson, n real estate man, was found in Kivorsldo park at Wichita, Knn., Tuesday night, with four bullets in hl« body. Murder and roblwry is suspected. Tho stale, railway commissioner of New Yurie says that nn average per year of 100 lives nro lost on tho raihvnys in the Hudson rivor counties by the practice of walking on the tracks. It is stated that tho lending piano and organ mancfncturers of tho country are forming a trust. The project is said to be favored by Stomwny, Checkering, Hazelton, Halnos, Weber, Sohmori Burdott and others. . Mayors Cregier nnd Grant, respectively of Chicago nnd New York, nietjucs lay in the office of tho latter nnd hail n friendly dispute as to whether Chicago or Now York should have the world's fair. They did not settle it. Tho Emperor Montczuma is known to have buried a fabulous amount ot treasure in Mexico when that cjlebratod pirate Cortez was visiting him, anil now hundreds of Mexicans nro digging in tue place where it is lupposed to lie. V. B. Reddish circulated slanderous reports about Mis* Knt« Hickey, at Lincoln, Neb. Miss Hickey got a revolver, mot Rod- lish in tho street, and made him retract on bis kneofl txiforo a largo crowd, which col- beted and cheered the plucky girl. But one man was shot at tho election for representative in congress in Louisiana Tuesday. Ho was a Republican deputy Ihoriff, named Jacobs, and was, so It is re )!HI)EATKS Fail- Woman the Cause Fatal Duel. "S, of a OOTJLD BE HAPPY WITH EITHER, i i at Twenty >r Etornltjr mid rire— SECOND POINT You should read THE CHICAGO DAILY News because iv« havetkt tintfto read it. There Jsapnper published in Australia which is as large as a blanket. This wouldn't suit you. You want a newspaper at »»nce convenient, complete and condensed, and still you don't want to overlook anything of real importance You don't want your neighbor (o say to you, " Did you read so-and-so in to-day's paper? and be obliged to answer, " No. I didn't sec that," and then have him ask you, " What paper do you remd?" This will never happen to you if y«it read THB CHICAGO DAILY NEWS. ts circulation Is 220,000 a day—over a million a week—and it costs by mail 25 cis. R month, four months $1.00,— ont cent a day. t(J NOT l.ttaY Vllim BiniSCRIITICN LIPPINCGTT'S MAGAZINE, which no* >un<ii In the front rufc of muni' ' !)« A LEADER AMQNQ LEADERS. gush nnmb«r oonUiM A COMPLETE NOVEL. •!»»« Hb>nl .inaalUr at mlm llineoui matter of in inUmtin| MidlutracUnutan. On« jtti't inUorlpUon J|TM. LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS «, Am.rl... author., iojethm with AN ABUNDANCE oVallOKC 8TOBIE3, IMJEMS. ESSAYS, Mid mitori gfu»uullnt«n»ltoi<ininU num. mmltlng > Tolum. at NEARLY TWO .THOUSAND PAGES. Tin nooui of Lirpwcorrt mail »»mwl«yU<l U Iht MKil. of Huuln. puUUhlog, «nil to-d»j iufamll u Ui!« \, mloonadlii «wrr builrt, vill»|P, to" 1 . M" 1 °"J throughout UK Dattod SUM. Tho Uut wrlUri of <1» tf b»« bwi nfcorwl wl n«» fcunrM »lll, from Una to time, tn added which will eta wUrrixovrri A DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN The man with the detective camera is doing as much as anybody to break up the matrimonial market. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, "Shlloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. IJick- ford. Rock Falls. , HUoil.t«aw«ll. 8»llna Dolaro, Manrlc* Bairymom. imMa. and maor other, will oomtrlboto to IU I>»K"« for 1HHI. »l fall protpaotua, addran llpplacoW. Majarln*. rhlla dilpala. 15 C4UU alujlo number. $3.00 |-r je>r. Kn<: tor Moi|>l. eo|>r. . BLUE LINE. R UNNING Aiig • of the city, goodiaua THREE WAGONS. 1C CENTS FOR 3 LINES. "Diamonds are hire," the manager remarked as his new star tripped on .the stage replendent in leased jewels. WHY WILL, YOU cough when Shut, B Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 eta., 60 cts., and 81. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J M. Biekford. Rock Falla. "How Long Girls should be Courted" is the title of an article in a Texas paper. Very much the same as short girls, we should say. HIbbard'H Hheumatic and Liver IMlls These Pills are scientiUcally compounded, uniform in action. No grip ing pain so commonly following the uae of Pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the cure of sick headache; constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appe tizer, they excel any other preparation. A facetious paragrapher wrote of a worker in bronze who was hanged: "His designs were execrable, but his execution was superb." Symptoms of Heart OlneoHC. Diseased hearts are as common as diseased lungs, kidneys or stomach, but far less understood. The symptoms are shortness of breath, when sweeping, etc., oppression in the cheat, faint, weak or hungry spells, dreaming, pain or tenderness in the Bide, swelling feet, dropsy, etc. The unnatural circulation of the blood in the lungs, stomach, kidneys, liver and brain causes other symptoms. The only reliable remedy for the heart yet discovered is Dr. Miles' New Cure. Try it and be convinced. Sold by A. It. Hendricks or J M. Biekford. When a willowy girl admits that she is pining | for a waltz with a spruce young man the chances are that she would like to play the ivy to his oak. FITS. -All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Kestorer. No fits after first day's use. Marvellous cures. Treatise an* 82.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch St., Phila., Pa. d&w Many wealthy men think that the checks the banks give out for nothing are good enough for them. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Kock Falls • _ ~Tell9rs~and cashiers prefer the plain to the elaborate checks, as they are easier to read and rattier hard to alter. 1OO l.artlen Wanted. And 100 men to'call on any di uggist for & free trial package of Lane's Family Medicine, the great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Kocky Mountains. For diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package, 50 cents. At all druggists'. 1 Western banks usually have more elaborate checks than Eastern banks, but the paper is not so good and the checks cost less. is oil it costs to put a -!- "WANT" -:- IN THE! EVENING GAZETTE The Aators use- checks with no engravings on them . A Family Watherlntf. Have you a father? Have you a mother? Have you a son or daughter, a sister or a brother who has cot yet taken Kemp's Balaam (or the Throat and Lungs, the guaranteed remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles ? If so. why, when a sample bot tie Is gladly given to you free by any druggist and the large siie costa only 60c and 91.00. 3a To carry a pocket check-book haa an air of display about it. CATAIUUI CUHED. health and sweet breath secured, by Hblloh's Catarrh llemedy. .Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by i'erry. the druggist, and J. M. lilckford, liock FalU. - From Gait. -.••—Mrs. J. L. Underwood, of Idaho, is visiting her parents in Como. We are glad to Bee her after so long, an absence. — •. W. A. Berry, who has been at work in the elevator at U. I. Junction, haa commenced work in the elevator at (Jalt for J. K. Carolus. Miss Helen Stevens, who has been visiting friends in Tort Byron, for some time, arrived home last week and reports a good time. Artie, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Carolus, died on the 28th of August and on the same day Mr. and Mrs. Milan Pittman lost a child. They were both buried on the 20th. This is a severe loss to both and the sympathy of all are extended to them. Mrs. L. Wetzel bus been quite sick, but is some better at present. Our school commenced last Monday with 1'rof. Grove as teacher. Miss Libbie Bush was seen on our streets last Monday. Miss Bush has a warm placejn the hearts of the people of this school district and is always a welcome guest. Mr. and Mrs. Summers, who Lave been off attending a wedding and visiting, are home again. Miss Sarah Wells has gone to .Aledo, IU., to stay with her brother again. N.Hall was in Gait a day last week on business. B. N. Vandenburgh and Bob Stancliff are trying to see bow long they can live on boiled potatoes, crackers and cold water iu the absence of their cook. . . • Quite a gang were at work in the gravel pit Sunday, changing the track and steam shovel. Dr. Brown, of Sterling, was on our streets on Thursday last.] The barn and contents of Mike Sucker, of Fair Haven, was entirely consumed on Friday afternoon of last week, caused by lightning. The barn was insured, but the contents, owned by John Miller, a tenant, were not insured and consequently a total loss. The village trustees have concluded to cut down North Main street about eighteen inches at the highest point. This will certainly add very materially to the looka of this already beautiful street. Myres" water works so far as supplying water is concerned have proved a dismal failure. Martha Fletcher, daughter of Rudges Fletcher, is reported quite sick. Rev.. J. H. Davis preached in the Baptist church at Lanark on Sunday. Peter Dull moved to Sterling on Monday. Rev. Shambaugh, who has been visiting in Wisconsin, returned home on Friday. Mrs. K. C. Olmated is having a serious time with hay fever. . Dr. K. M . Freaa was called to Savanna on Friday. Jas. 8. May has gone to Prophetstown and Fred Lampman is selling jewelry in his absence. portodj flourishing a pistol aT the polls, and imd made a murderous assault when ho was ibot, not necessarily fatally. Indiana war widows nro fortilo of ro- lources it seems. The district attorney nt Indianapolis lias just i-ntere-1 suit against four of th^m to recover pension nionoy they obtiiiiioil liy having thoir marriages witli :ivilians annuled, after the civilian was load, so that they could draw pensions igoin. • Szi'Cnlln Tlm-uttiMed Assalii. VIENNA, Si-pt 4.—Tim city.of Szogodin, which suUVi-LMl so. gri'iitly liy tliu disastrous- l|iH>d uT I.-M!'. i* I.I ivnlriicvfwith another in- audulion.. 11, i.i ivpoi-ie.l -that-1 ho protect ivo }imys built ImniB liutely the Hood of that year, whun tliu town «T,H destroyed, are now crumbling. Floods are r< ported from all portions of the mountain district about Szegodin ftnd mmiy lives havo beim lost. Cholera I'lmio iti Ohio. TIFFIN, O ^Si'pt, 4.—Mrs. George Coons, 3f Ijittln Bindusky, a villng-o fifteen miles louth of boro, illuil yesterday of what tbo sloctors pronounce guiiuine- Asiatic cholorn. Hie pnoplu tlioro nro Ki-natly excited and many are leaving tlio viilugo. Montana Forost PlroH Kxtlngulnlted. SELENA, M. T., Sept. 4.—Rain in the valleys and sixpw in tho mountains havo extinguished tbo llros that have been racing for tho past month. The damago to timber has boeh quite suvcro, but not so heavy as anticipated. ___^ Improving. Samuel Lichty, ot Falls City, Neb.' addressed the farmers on Saturday evening on trusts. School commenced on Monday with the following teachers at the helm: Principal A. T. Cowan, intermediate, Miss Fanny Gray, primary, Miss Ella Bell. Tim" MVallier \V<« fllny Kxppct. WASHINGTON CITY. Sept. 4.—The followln : are tbo weather indications for the thirty- six hours from H p. in, yesterday: Fur [owa—l-lu'ht rains; stationary temperature, followed by cooler weather on 'llmi-fiday: easterly wiiulfi. I''or India .a and Lower Michigan—Main; nearly stntliiiinrr temperature: Boutherly'wimlH. for 1' Ailehi^an and Wisconsin—Light mint*; brisk to high sputh- eaHterly wind*; stationary tompiTiitnro Iu Wisconsin, wanner in tipper Michigan, For Illinois — Light ra'nn; slightly' warmer weather, southerly winds. CHICAQO, Sept. 3. Quotations on tho board of trade to-day were of fo lows: Wheat—No. 2 Kepti-mber,~ Dpened, 7H,i"4e, closed TTHjc; December, opened ft>)-(ic. closed TtlKic; May, opened KJ^CI, clo cd SJ-jiie. 1 Corn—No. 2 September, opened 83Hc, 'jlosol u^%e; October, opened uy%e, cloued JJ-Hi-Vy; May, opened nr^r, closed U-iHic. Oatu —No. 2. September, opened 31>%c, cloned Ill^c; October, opened lll^c, ckwyd 2t)Jj;c; May, opened and clot*^ S.'Jiio. Pork—September, oinmexl Sl().!> r i, closed $10.4(1; October, opened 810.2. r », closed t!0.ij>^; January, Antilstnnt Secretary Tlchanor . WASUINOTON CITY, Sept. 4.—Surgeon deneral Hamilton has boon Informed by a letter from Luray, Vn., that Assistant Secretary Tichonor was up and about for sov- jral days lost week and is improving rapidly. Shoo Factorle* All Closed. NoiiTH ADAMS, Mass.,- Sept. 4.—All the shoe factories of this city are closed except H. D. Cady's. The settlement of tho wage question does not seen} near.. Fifteen hun- Ired men nro out of employment. Girls Kept In Cages. United States Consul Griffin, stationed at Sydney, N. S. W., tells of a remarkable custom of tho inhabitants of New Britain, as follows: "Tbo inhabitants, It is said ty Wallace, have a peculiar custom of confining -thulr girls in cages until they aro old enough to be married. This custom is said to:Jjp peculiar to the people of New Britain. The cages are made of the palm tree, and the girls are put into them when 2 or 8 years ol age. The Rev. Oeorgo Brown established a Wos- leyan mission iu Now Britain in 1870, and 1 learn from him that theso cages are built inside of the houses, aud that tho girls are never allowed to leave tho house under any circumstances. Tho houses aro closely fenced iu with a sort of wicker work made of reeds. Ventilation under tho circumstiinces is rendered difficult. Tlio girls are suitl to grow up strong and healthful in spito of these disadvantages."—New York Telegram. Dnt Conliln't M:iko Up Her Mlnrl Which — H«r llonuty ami Indecision MnUo Her I.over* l>(-Mpn!'(itn nn-l I'lntnl rune* Settle* the IHtnrnlly I' — Hoth Mm Full at. tbo St'C Tbo Girl Nonrly Cr:ir.iMl. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, P"pi. 4—.Mnlnd City, just over the Walio border, \» rxeito.l by a torrible duel n.'nr tint placi Monday morning, in \\liich thn pn'ncijmls worn bttth killod. Tho awful trng.'ily »ns tho result of a love nftair, and tho res|ionslbllity for it rests almost wholly upon a Ito.itUiful young woman of whom both were enamornl. E.irly In March Al.raluun Iiiki-s, whoso homo was in Dakota, appeared nt Clark'ii Flat nnd announced tliat. bo was looking for an opportunity to invest in n ranch. H'J was n well-built man of 132, dressed well, had plenty of money, and had evidently been well raised. Ho soon foil in with Judo Sjirlns, a bright young fellow of about his own ngo, who had had considerable" experience in ranching, possessed some money, and readily accepted a proposal to go into the business with Likes. Hoth Ixived the Snmn Girl. They went to Malnd City in April, purchased a small ranch, and proc.'ohvl to stock it with cnttlH bought from formers nt different points in ti:n neighborhood. Amons the men from whom they purchased John Teruts, whoso place is five miles northeast of tbo ranch owned by the young mon. Likes flrst visited the farm in May, nnd fell in lovo with. Teruts' daughter Jonnlo, n beautiful girl of 18, who sut-nn <1 to reciprocate his affection. Teruts settled at Mnlad City two years ngo, rcmovin;; thoro from Boise Citv, whero bis daughter had received a common school education and dcvolopod into n charming young woman. Likes visited tbo farm frequently, but kept his secret from Springs until recjmly, wben Springs became acquainted with tlip girl and after several meelings asked her to marry him. Likes Imd not proposed, and Rlie hcsitateiL 1'rlcniluhip Gives I'laco to Hittrad. Spring told Likes that bo was In lovo with tho young woman, and a bitter qunnvl ensued, in which Likes accused hw partner of treachery nnd tho latter challiMv;ol him to fight a duel. .Springs refused, anil, feeling sure of thn girt'saff'Ction, nffji-e 1 to submit tho matter to her for decision. L kin njfrn.-d. and together they went to Funnel- Teru s' housb to learn their fat'i from his daughter. Miss Tenitn refused to net as nrliitrnbir or to declare hor pveferonco, altlinugli b ith lioggod her to do so, and th -y n-i tirno-l to -their ranch do.ullier focjj Ihan ever. S'.lcind Sllist Rottlo tlio Mutter. Likes Ihen renewed his challenge. Spring accepted, nnd they at once prepare I for mortal combat, neither dreaming of the tcrriulo tragedy that was to follow. Two h-rdirs wero selected to act as seconds, anil early Monday morning tho four men mot by a brook Iinlf a mila ilisinnt foi—n 11 utl- nottlo- ment, Kacli principal was erm'ul with a six-shooU-r; nnd each took position t;n paces buck from the) brook, aud at tho word ot command Ixith fired, Spring 1 .-! bullot striking Likus in tho left. arm, and Lik-u Qi'ing wide of tho murk. A Gruesome Oulcotim. Likes demaiuled another «!K>|, nnd again the men faced each other as before. Both took deliberate aim this time, and as the shots rang out both fell to tbo ground. Spring was sliot throti •!» tho head nnd Instantly killod. Lilies ree.-ivo 1 n bullet in the loft breast, just above t'm heart, and expired five minutes later. Both wero buried in the ravine by tho ranchers, who reported ti:o affair at Malnd City, but escaped before their part in tbo tragedy became known. Miss Teruls is nearly cnizo.l by Urn torrible event, and it is feared she will end hor own life. J Thi> Cronlii Mnrdnr Trial. CniCAOO, Kept. 4.—Yesterday morning Judge McConnell decided to permit the defense in the Cronin murder trial taaslc prac- tic/jlly all the questions they had formulated for would'bo jurors. A largo number of mon wero eiainined and nearly all rejected, either peremptorily or for cause, one of tlicm showing lamentable Ignorance of what was wanted of him. Tho result of the duy's work was that tho defense tendered four jurors to the state. /• Of theso Hegley nnd Jefferson were peremptorily clmlleng'id by tho state. Freeman Gross, of Englewood, and T. P. Kellogg, tho remaining two, had not been passed by tho state when court adj turned. . <! IT h:i-..> I'. I m.y !•!•.>• il , to ^ :vl for Trcatiee on Mood •::).! Skin l)iM'Ji«>:.<, nuili-d free. C ;':IR HWIVT Hrrnnn Co., JVwcr .1, Ad.-intn. Oa. Ask Tour Kctnilur According to Tonr Kceds. .TAMES MEANS 84 STTOTi is llKllt Olid MJ'Ilsll. It 1111 lil.i'll riHnc, mul ' ' Ini: porfcctlypilfly tlio nrst lime It i. It will untiKiy the MO"! inn. .I.-VIMlvSMKAN.S SUOli Is iiLnnluli-lr dm only shoo of iu prlro which ^i.13 cvrr been pl.iccil rx- isivcly on tlio mnrkrt In which flnrablllly iiifiidert-d Ijcfnro mere otit- J. MEANS <fc CO., BoBtori. Pall llni-R of Ilio iibovo shoes for Halo l»y J. R. BELL & SON For "run-down," debilitated and overworked women, J)r. Pierce'fl I''avorilo VivHeriptlon 18 tho best Of nil restorative tonics. 1 la a potent Spcoino for nil those Chronic Wmkin-iwes and Dlscoma peculiar to Women : a piiwcrful, Ren- ernl as well as uterine, tonle mid nervine, It Imparts viKor anil RlrenK-tlitothi' whole 8j-Rtem. . It promptly cures weakness of Kduniieli.nmiRea, Indigestion, blontlnfr.wx-iiU bnclt. nervpiis proa- tratFon, debility and Bleeplea=ness, in either sex. It Is cnrofiilly compounded by nn eirperleneed phyBiolM), imd liilil|>ll:d i" wi'iMUilH iiiilCiiiO oricnnlMitlon. I'mvly vcp-lHn •• and revfeetly hormleKS InoiTy''^" 1 ' 1 *'" 11 "' ,""' fi'"'' 1 "',.., mm^^mm^fmt "Favorlto S'rrnorip- inniirrrnl tlon" is tho only meillclno AnRflHTtD.1 for women, Bold by drUKirlsta, «Mi«a_J under a i>onltlvo K nnr. antco of Entlsfnetlon In every case, or price ($1.00) refunded. This jf miranU-o tins twrn - printed on the t>ottle-wrapi>cr, and faithfully , Ulu6t™tcd J Trentlso on Discngee i of Women (IliO paiies, with full direction!! for -homc-trcstincnt), pcnd ten cont» In Btnmpfl. Addroes, WOIII.D'R DISPKNSAUY MERIOAI, , IIC3 Mttln Street, ilulTalo, N. Y, THEBtSrWHITEaAPMADtlH-AHERlCfc Invitations, Aimouneementt, , Card*, Every man show* a good deal of individuality in his cboottg. his <'roup, . -of *ad J. will immediately Cough «wu U From Clyde. Sept. 3.— Mrs. Ira Detra and Mrs. John Fry are visiting relatives in Mai- vern this week. George Kigliu is drilling a well for Wm. Detra. Last week be drilled a well '/V feet deeper on the Bump farm. Dry weather. Koads from two to six inchea deep with duat. Walla going dry and a good time for the well drillers. Ttia corn ia rlpouing fsat this dry hot weatlict. ttf ojwned $B.12^, closed Jtl.lO. Live stock—Union stock yards report the following range of prices: Hogs—Market opened only. moderately active, with light grades catitar, other lots lUu lower: light {rod. B, &l.\t:iffi>l.';0: rough packing, a.BJ(a.3.a6j mixed lota, £).8<Xa4.!a; heavy packing and (hipping lots, S3.7l«fJ.4.10. Cattle—Good Texiui bteer3 fully iOc higher; natives about steady; native steers, S-.UU®<-li"'; bulk, H3..W® I.-D; Texas, J!!,liXii3.1.V. weaterns, JS.60<a.a.B.J; native cows, Sl.aVijfi.flU. Sheep—Market moderately active, steady; native, ^USSt-lO: we^terns, t3.0Uip4.11.'i. Produce: Buttt-r—Fancy Elgin creamery, 18 r lb; nne dairy, uit.l5e; packing stock. STARTLING_EVIDENOE. OF THE CURB OP SKIN JJ1SKA8BS WHEN ML OTHER METHODS FAIL. Psorlaul* 5 year*, revering; face, head, and entire buily with, white HrabH. Skin red. Itchy nnd bleeding. Hair all gone. ISneut hundred* ot dollarx. 1'ronoancfd incurable. Cared by C'nticurn Heiuedtes. My disease (psoriasis) first broke out on my left cheek, spreading across my nose, and almost covering my face, it ran Into my eyes, and the physician was afraid I would lose my eyesight altogether. It spread all over my lieud, and my hair all fell out, until I wits entirely buld-hoiuleti; It (hen broke out on my anus aud shoulders, until rnyarius were Just one sore. It covered my entire body, my face, head and shoulders being the worst. The white scabs fell constantly from my head, shoulders and arms; the skin would thicken and be red and very Itchy, and would crack and blued It scratched. Alter spending many hundreds ol dollars, i WHS pronounced Incurable. I heard o( the CirrieimA. KKMKIUHS, and after using two bottles CUTICDUA KKHOI.- TENT, I could «co a change; aud alter I had taken four bottles, I was almost cured: and when I had used six bottles of CDTICUKA KKHOLVEHT and one box of CUTIOUHA, and one cake or Cu- TICUUA SOAP. I was cured of the dreadful disease from wbich I had suffered for live yearn. I thought the disease would leave a very deep scar, but the OUTIOUUA KKMKDIKS cured It without any scars, I cannot express with a pen what I Buffered before using the CUTICUBA KKM- KDIES. They saved my life, and i feel It my duty to recommend them; My hair Is restored as good as ever, and so Is my eyesight. I know of a number of different persons who have used the CUTICUUA KfUKDiE*, And all have received Egiju-Strlctly freitb, HUUHio per doz. Poultry-Live hens, 7©"H per Ih; roos- ) tcrs, 5c; tiirkuya , ft&lfc: ducks, Oc. I'otntoos— ir>c<f&*1.00 i>erbbl. A|ii>les-il.W»i&l.-)per bbJ. Blaukb.'rdcs—Sta&gl.uu per l..-qt. case. M«w Vork. NEW YOKK, Sept. 8. Wheat-No. 3 red winter cosh. HoatfTMo; do Heptombor, 'M$40; do October. ik"4.le. Corn— No. X mixed e*»h. <*•; do Heptvuibor, <2M''! do Untolwr, t^je. O»t«— Steady; No- * mlxi-d ro-iu, i2ii.fiiiie; do Huptotnbor, *>Jie; do O< tober Wfa, Itya-Uiill. Barloy-NomluoJ. ]rWk— Dull; nit a-s f U.'.'Su^i 1~75 tor lu»pout«d. Lard- Dull; Hupuimbor, t'UO; ((titob r. fcii.W. UVB uttx-i.: Cuttlo— Na ttuukai tut IwoYodj I great benefit (ruin tuelr use. weak tttt .!<jja- w £>' j tan,® MKJ). KO3AKKLLY, Rockwell City, t'alhouu Couuty, Iowa. C'utlcura Keiufdlew Cure every species of OKpnlzlui;, hiinilllatlng, itching, bleeding, burning, scaly, blotchy, and pimply diseases o! the skin, sculp, nnd blood, wilti losa of hair, from pimples to ficroftila, excepi pot«slbly IchlhyoHiA. Sold everywhere. Price, OirrieuHA. 600.; HOAl',2sc.; HEKOLVKNT, I). 1'nipored by tue llt« AUD OllKMlCAI, COIIPOIIATIOW, id for "How to Cure Hklu Dlseasrs," W BO l»uj>tratloii«._Bnd j(iO_tfjtliiionlalii. . . . bitvekhsailSi r«f, rouglT g tuid oily akin prvveiaed by Cu X* Determined t(» I>lo. CniCAOO, B^pt 4.—Greorgo JL Biibcock, the young man who shot himself stwernl weeks ngo because ho loved a mnrrriod woman, hns been hovering between life nnd death ever since, but for the past few days was improving. . Yesterday ho tore the bandages off bis woun 1, thrust his finger into tbo bullet holo, and tore tbo fljsh badly. It is feared ho will die, and says that is what ho desires. Succeeds Ilio r^ite Dr. Ilaylliis. CINCINNATI, Sopt 4—R/IV. D. H. Moore, of Denver, Colo., was yesterday chosen editor of The Wistern Christian Advocate, to succeed the Inti Dr. Bjylis.i. Dr. Mooro is an Ohioan, and n gra hint} of tho Ohio Wesleyan univei-s-ity. In 1S75 bo was chosen president of tho Cii:c'nnnt( Wcaloyan col- loge, and from tlmt 'institution Went west and took charge of tiie Denver university. National ItiinUrujitcy I^nw. MINNEAPOLIS, M?p'. 4.—A convention of commercial bo.ho* of tho United States met hero yesterday to formulate' a national bankruptcy law, with twenty-seven delegates present, nnd Ju Igo. Terrey, of St. Louis, presidin -, Numerous amendments to the Tori-ey bill wero referred lo n committee, nnd the coiivuiiion n(ijourue<l for the day. A Jticlc tho Klppor Scare. LONDON, Sept 4.—Tlio city was startled yesterday morning liy tho. aunouncoment that an old man, whoso identity is at pros- oi.t unknown, hud stnblwd two prostitutes in tho central part of the city for declining to accompany him. There is groat excitement over tho allair, and a voritabloTack thellip- por a?aro prevails. • O;td rullijw* ColiTbrati). NEW HAVEN, Conn., Beptv 4. —Yesterday, the seventy-fifth anniversary of OJd Fellowship in this stnto, was celebrated by the grand iodgo'nf Connecticut with a parade and, banquet About 5,«X) men wure in tho procession, visitors coming from various cities throughout tbe state. Flakier H Hull Kuthu»la>t. JACKBONVILLE, FI«.,-S'Jiit 4.—H. M. Flagler is having constructed at SL Augustine one of the babe ball grounds in tho country. It ia expieted thut Iveaguo and Association clubs will piny series there after tho closo of tliu rogulur SJUSOIIA \Viir&u to Couiu. "Ma," said a frlghteuiHl little boy in Har- leui, "do you seo that goiit butting my shadow on tho f unco I" "Y*M, Hockie, but that doo«n't hurt you any." "No, uot now; but if ho likea to butt tny shallow U3 luuil as that, what do you think bo'll do when he wva indf — Harper'* Bazar. Iu tho T — What Is a monthly magazine devoted to the hygiene and care of Infanta and young children, and all that pertains to the routine of the nursery. It Is now In IU fifth year. Tho Congregation aliat recently said oi It t / • "BABTOOOD seems ftlmoot Indispensable to thtt hoosohold la which thero are young • children. It l» for the parouu and Uio nuri«, and It packed rull of Important Kig- gesllona of ft practical character. From personal oxporlcnco of *.ui lutifuliiou, w* oozu- mead it warmly." And the Chicago Advcmct: •• No mother but must appreciate Iti wlM nnduelpful suKRestlonn. iwu ha Rriitoful t or chft sotvlug or purplexttlen antl tiie bolptng over hard nlacos whichever/ ono coinei to who has tho care o{ young children. W» commend 1C to every mother In the liuid." Also the Hew York Graphie : " Th. Buceonfl of this periodical haa been enormouB. It mnkei youiiK mouhen fe«l that tho only subject worthy of attention im at last being rccotfiilzed." Every Intelligent father and mother should read It regularly. Their children will be healthier and happier. It will reduce the work, of caring for them, nursing them, dressing them, amusing them. 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