Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 19, 1889 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Sterling, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 19, 1889
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

i ••••:••, :. ! !<. re>-:t!'.n "or;" i~':o ln-3 a;- tu>: :-<.r." i? in rs-M, j-rop"r Mo<tU a n>f.;un- i iiriliPrT.Hn a ilc-rvi ih, for ho Sn-tjins it. •', p<»in us ii" g ft", on ine f>rryb!!;if. Weakened and <lsr;ui£rod livers, stomachs ami bowels should nev«r tin acted on by irritants llkn common pills, bran, etc. ^lile'a nils cures liver complaint, P'innt.ip>'vtlon, piicn, etc... by a n?T method. Samples free at A. H. Hendrick's or J. M. Hick ford's. If Tin h:ts lite: Whrn a nmn makes a start-in life. Iff should not rcnke it by lilH iiiid starts. !f he hn,a fits, however, he should take something for them. . Nothing ia more common, nor less true, than for physicians to tell patients in the tirst atnges of hp;trt d!.«e:iso that the trouble is only nnrvons, etc , and of no account. A little knowledge ia a dangc-rous thing a3 shown by the great number of people who die of heart dis- ense when its ex.istenco is not suspected. Take warning. Don't neglect tho lirat symptoms, and if you would avoid ituddai <t<nth, angina pectoris, etc.. take i)r. Mi.es' New Cure before it, is too late. Sold at A. K. Hendrick's or J. M. Bickford's Drug Store. Trice armed is he who hath his quarrel just; But four times armed, at least, is he Who gets his caucuses in fust. CROUlVVvTTboL'lNG COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Bock report D° ROT DELAY TOCK SmSCHIITICN .FOB UPPINCQTT'S MAGAZINE, which now BUnds in Lb« front rwk oJ uonthljr public*" UODI Mid oocnpiei tba posStioa of A LEADER AMON8 LEADERS, E»th>umb«r «™UInl A COMPLETE KOVEL,»l>o« Ut»nl aoniUtT of rain* IHneoni mitter of in ImeRitlnc «ndi«itnMUT« Bdtar«. Om je»r'l robicriptJon gir*i> LIBRARY OF 13 COMPLETE NOVELS i 7 Am«ri™i .othrm., »oj«tlwr with AN ABUNDANCE 'JF8UOKT 8TOHIES, POEMS, ESBAT8, nod mitton 95 u.iura>l latenit to g«n«r»l radm, making • Tolnnjo of NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES. * Tt» meMM of I.imionn'i itudi <mprtfo.lcnt«d Ii th< liuiall oC M«raln« jrabll,bln», »nd to-oily «« <" ! ? w " Mtl« !• w«loon»Jl» «T«rr hunljl, YllUgK, town, and citj tknnthont thu TTaltml Stiton. Tn« best writart of the «e h»T« been wrawj «nJ n«w fettorei will, IVora time to Hme, to tdtei which will ji*» A'DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN, AH«lIe RlTee, Kdglt Balh.,, John n»hl«rlon. F.lpit ffcweeU, Optkln-ChulM Kini!, U.S.A., Or.™ Kins, M.. EllloltSftttfffiH, Solln6Di.faVA, Mniifl^i) fi»rrytmVr«, Oul-tft, fta4 RU*r Otb9rt will oontritmU to it, IM»KC» fur Ifiri9. For TM proa^erttn, «dJm« Uppluoott'. M»(rm.in.. PW1»; «el|iku. 38 eent» tingle number. $3.00 per J"r. Send The late Ira Tame was a great shot, flis aims were true and he made his mark. WILL YOU cough when Shin, B Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts., and 81. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J M. Bickford, Rock Falls. Rev. Julias II. Ward announces 'The Church iu Modern Society." All he has to do to get modern society in the church is to announce a fashionable "wedding. SHIIiOll'S CUKE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, tbe druggist, and J. M. Bickt'ord, IlocV: Fails' To tree one who pronounces route root, ask how root is pronounced. He will reply "rut." Then ask him how "rut" la pronounced— and he takes to the timber. '- f N. H mn t-iry of th" in! til.- st-ti- IS7<;.'77 to I'- port, tint II Rtrip>.-'l 'luri thf! Cornm Education. Not'-il — T'l" ''< !><!n lint li ll.'lul ~{Mpit:ll >" Tlio V.'eul !•.<•!• \ v " WASHINGTON CITY, Si-pt. 1!'.- Tli- fullowin : nro tho vcatli'-r indi.-minus for th<( Ihlrtv- filx hiiilM frinii H p. ill, yi>t!Tiln> Indiana F.-iir wiilh-r: iv.-it.-rlv v-in;l Hliic'itly warm-! 1 . Fur I.-.iwor Wi.iTOiiu'm-K-iir weather, oli-atini: in lower .Mlchi'.-nn: slk'Miy w wind* lOili'iiiis; tn poinlicrly. Michigan Iv'.ir. wnnni-r wcntle-r: wlnilfl. F.ir HinoH U'nrmer. fnir wcathn variable wiiuK For low,v- Wannei fair weather: southerly w ^\T^. J-'f-pt. f trnli to-.li.' i. - Hept;mbe-. TT'.jn: October, oiicne-l Detemher, opene:! Qnotatloni on wcro of fo.lnwi opened 77c. elowl cln«<-.-l 77Ji5c: * f LOAT! NC • S CAP WRAPPERS (URGE 3izc) Z It's mighty curious how big some faults look until after a man has committed them himself. THE CHICAGO RAILWAY. OVEE 7,000 MILES Of steel track in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska. Dakota »nd Wyoming, penetrates the Agricultural. Mining and Commercial Centres of the WEST AND NORTHWEST. The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line embraces Sumptuous Dining Cars, New Wagner and Pul'.nran 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 BUCK HILLS For Ticket*. Ratgs, llapi. Time Tables and ftU Information, appl7 to any Ticket Agent or au* dreu the Oeu'l Pauonger Agent, Chicago, 111. }. K. WETTXAH, B. 0. TOXEH, & F. WILCOH, Onunlluugtr. TtifflgXiuin. Qto'l Pita. Ajt. W. A.. FOAVLEK, A*emt STKBITHH THE KEV.GEO7HrTHS.TEK,T of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife «we our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by ['erry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. We like a black eye and wo liko a Blue one, but we have no use for one that Is both black and blue. The Imtest Tornad* The surprising manner In which the country id being swept by the great discovery of Dr. Miles for curing the many diseases that originate in the nerves is astonishing all who know the facts. The Restorative Nervine, a brain and nerve food, sold by A. K Hendrick's or J. M. Bickford, cures weakness, want of appetite, exhaustion, debility from overwork, care, wofry and dissipation. It takes the place of stimulants, opiates, chloral, etc., and cures all nervous troubles It contains no morphine, opium ordangerousdrugs. homO, fl g Mr, (,'olcord finish'M n job of stonr- work for Chris. Hammenimn. Mr. and Mrs. Finzfil have r < 5t.urn n d from ft visit to Ohio. r " Ed. Zooker ia onr barber now. HP can bo found in the shop at all hours. .EHlor ,1. II. Grimm and Mr. and Mrs. Burs attended conference in Mt. Carroll. Elder Millr-r preached at Yellow Creek last Sunday. Chas. Ackerman has gone to Chicago to buy goods and will bs back Thursday. The Milledgoville correspondent in thn "Standard" seems very much worked up about the game of base ball between I'enrose and llilledgoville "dudes." Tho correspondent don't make many mistake.", especially when he says, "All's well that ends well." Penrose with the assistance of a few "plow boys" did Milledgeville dudes up to the tune of 8 to 3 and not 7 to S. Next time look a little out. Coleta Plow Hoys will play *a game of ball with Sterling base ball club Saturday, Sept. 2lst. Great Interest Is always taken in base ball between the two clubs and It will no doubt be an Interesting game. Mrs. Dave Slick has been visiting relatives in|Lan!uk this week. Fenton and Vincent are making cider and also making a lot of vinegar for sale. Who is going to occupy the old drug •tore building? William Fenton may run a restaurant there. Subscribe for the GAZETTE; winter is eoRiing with its long evenings. J. F. Fehrenaon will take your subscription, and don't be surprised if he asks you to subscribe for the best paper In White- aide county. Rev. J. H. Grimm expects to leave Coleta roon, with his son-in-law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Overholser. They will go to Nebraska on a farm. Mr. Grimm has been with us now just four years and they were a happy four years, too, no dissatisfaction, no quarrels, no fuss, and no nothing, but perfect peace. May he live long and prosper. Jefferson Hannis will have a sale soon. Osro Terpenny is buying cows for Burkholder, in Sterling, Consumption 1 would Lung Troubles. Was" Dresses made entirely worn only by widows. of crape are Kletttrle Bitters. _ This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no cpecial mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of tbe Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Halt Itbeum and other affections caused by impure biood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial feveraXFor cure of Headache. Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.-Price AOctu. and 81.00 per bottle at D. B. Strickler's Drug Store. The newest wrinkle in Paris is a colored gown with black sleeves. Hlbb&rd'e Kbeumatle and .Liver Pilla These Pills are scientifically compounded, uniform in action. No griping pain BO commonly following the use 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, constipatio», dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appe ttzer, they excel any other preparation. {^Henrietta cloth is the material used tor the first-mourning dress. THAT HACKLKG COUGH can be quickly cured J>y tShiloh's Cure. VVe guarantee it. druggist, and Falls iHlConsnmption incurable T Read the following: Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark,, says:" "Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Conaump- tion, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for have died of given up by dcotors." Am no win best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at D. B. Strickler's Drug Store. It is instinct that prompts a girl who knows nothing of the world to ask to drive when you strike a lonely road. SHILOIl'S COUOIi and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. For sale by I'erry.the druggist,and J.M.Bickford Rock Falls . No colored man in tbe south ia obliged to be an editor with so much good cane and cotton land lying Idle. SLEEPLESS NIUEITS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, tho druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. What is the difference between a Swiss mountaineer and dandruff? One scales the Alps and the other ails the scalps, ' • CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured^by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy,' Price 60"~centsV~Naaat Injector free. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. The predictions of the "old farmer" are coming to the surface as the summer recedes. It is a peculiarity of the "old farmer" that fan always predicts "a hard, cold winter;" never a mild one. A Startling IMsclosnre. Sister Sue—"Ma, what is a caucus V" Brother Jack (interrupting)—"You must be green. Why, a cau-cuss is a. young crow." Forced to &*ave Home. t. Over 60 people were forced to leave their homes yesterday to call for a, free trial package of Lane's Family Medicine. If your blood is bad, your liver and kidneys out of order, if you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fail to call on any druggist to-day for *free sample of this grand remedy. The ladies praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size package 50 cents. 2 Oh, Georgia, land of corn and wine, electric girls and gruel; of tar, and pitch, and turpentine, and eke the bloodless duel. "There was a frog who lived in a a could he coiild not RHEUMATIC SYRUP Co., Jackson, Mich. GENTS: For years I have been great-' ly afillcted with inllammatory rheumatism, the pain and soreness of the joints at times being almost unbearable; could move about only with the use of crutches. In addition to this my stom ach became badly diseased, and neural- pia set in which threatened to end iny days. A travelling man stopping -vith me gave quite a history of Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, and the peculiarities of its combination, which induced me to try it. I have taken six bottles, and no act in my life affords me greater satisfaction than in writing you that I am a well man. I believe it to be the best remedy ever formulated. A. J. BOWLEY, Proprietor, Empire House, Independence, Iowa . . tths A [Georgia hen had in her gizzard twenty-seven horse-pistol cartridge shells, six buttons and a piece of lead There Are No Happy I»uy» For those who continue to rise unre- f realied after nights of unrest. Nervousness, insomnia, indigestion—these constitute a triple alliance that perpetually wars against man's comfort, and robs both brain and body of tranquillty. Combat the trip for a time with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, and it will give ground and eventually fly the field. The basis of reform is the rectiQcation of digestion, for the brain, and nerve trouble is simply a reflex of the disturbance of that all important function. A wineglassfnl before each meaf of the national stomachic insures facile digestion, and a repetition of the plea sant dose before retiring .promotes nerve and muscle invigorating sle'ep. Associated with indigestion we usually find biliousness and constipation. But together or independent of each other, these maladies are subjugated by the Bitters, which also remedies kidney trouble, rheumatism, neuralgia and malaria. tths NEXT. -.: From Jlnlinaman. Sept. Ig.—Jack frost came last night. Mr. and Mrs. Polls attended the reunion at Atnboy last week. Quite a number of onr young people attended the Morrison fair while others were at Mendota, Hock ford and Princeton. All reported a good time.' Mr. and Mrs. James Deets, of Empire, were visiting in this vicinity. Five hunters arrived here from Chicago Saturday evening. Temperance meeting Saturday even. Ing at Geo. Dlr'a. Mr. Elmer lirltt, of Tampico, was seen in our neighborhood last -Sur.day evening. Some attractions down here for Elmer, For sale b;r Perry, the~ J. M. Bickford, Bock It doesn't seem inappropriate that TuscaJoosa should have a. dental col- Bttckien'd Aruiea Solve, The best salve in the world for Cuts, Braises. Bores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain*, Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, and postively cures Files, or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, Price 25 cents per box. For sale bT D. B. Striakler. California holds tbe cake on gmftu stones for the season of l$80, with Georgia, and North Carolina crowding each other for second place. spring, He caught such sing." Poor, unfortunate Batrachian! In what a sad plight he must have been. And yet his misfortune was one thai often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the "genus homo is utterly -spoiled by "cold in the head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned "croaker" we are not aware that any remedy was ever devised; but we rejoice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tune by a timely use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, both of which are sold by druggists. A fugitive embezzler from Cologne is reported as on his way to this country. The detectives are understock to be on tbe scent. Valuable Information to Boarding HOQBO Keepers. Do you want boarders? If yon do you can easily secure them by putting a"want'Hua;tftB EVENING GAZETTE. It will cost you but 10 cents for 3 lines. From Ilahnaman. Mrs. Burns, of Chicago, was tbe guest of Mrs. John Drew last week. Tom Kelly, of Tampico, spent Saturday and Sunday with John McCabe, Jr. Miss Mary Keefe spent last and part of this week in Tampico. Miss Kate Hendriken, of Tampico, is spending this week with her friend, Miss Julia Kelly. Mr. and Mrs, John McCabe are visiting friends in Geneseo this week. Miss Sara Cannaha ii spent part of last week la Como with her sister, Mrs. How H ISubj Upoim Itn Mei.lal Eyes. In the last volume of the "Educational Series" on "The Development of the Intellect" Mr. 11. W. Drown lias presented a conspectus of the observations of Professor Preyer on the mind of the child, which shows chronologically the gradual development of the senses, intellect and will of the growing child, and presents La a condensed form tho result of a great number of careful observations It is recorded that sensibility to light, touch, temperature, smell and taste are present on the first day of infant life. Hearing, therefore, is the only special sense which is not active at this time. The child hears by the third or fourth day. Taste and smell are senses at first most active, but they are not differentiated. General organic sensations of well being or discomfort arc fult from the first, but pain and pleasure, as mental states, are not noted till at or near the second month. The first sign of speech in tho shape of utterance of consonant sounds is heard In tho latter pait of the second month, these consonants being generally "m," "r," "g," or "t." All the movements of the eyes become co-ordinate by the fourth month, and by this time the child begins to have the "feeling of self," that Is, he looks at his own hands and looks at himself in the mirror. The study of. the child's mind during. tho first year shows conclusively that ideas develop and reasoning processes occur before there is any knowledge of words or language; though it may bo assumed that the child thinks in symbols, visual or auditory, which aro clumsy equivalents for words. By the end of the year the child begins to express itself by sounds; that is, speech begins. Tbo development jf this speech capacity is, according to Preyer, in accordance with the development of the intellectual powers. By the end of tho second year the child's power of speech is practically acquired. FOR RHEUMATISM. . Tiuralc*. If tbft proprietor ot JCemji's Bausara W publish a card of tli»nks, eoa- tig (dtprcmiaita of gratitude which f*> ttiten ftaii? ftosa ttwse wfa* h*v* n*y«zc» tttrant a»d lung b? tt» aee 0f flU a MUHB i&viift *ii«a #*B «« nay "" UkSt I ww p«gr*aa*I*l to try it, Manion. Miss Anna Sheridan, of Sterling, spent Thursday and Friday with Miss Lizzie tiheehan. Jim Murphy ia home from Sterling, where he has been for the past month. CAN'T BE CAUGHT. From Coleta. „ Rev. Buck, from Michigan, who waa recently appointed to fill the pulpit at the U. B. church, ia now here and will preach MB first sermon next Sabbath morning, Mr. C. John was out in our country last Tuesday, looking up business for the GAZETTE, with good success. Joshua Anthony had it good crowd at hia sale Tuesday. A good lunch was spread out at DOCK! and tho buying went fast and high. BoL Beard wan auctioneer. Uncle Hugh Woirw had a stroke a ate<,»3m« uf patalysts and U t«f!f(»t, I'-at. BustWitU* am* wsf* wc-re uudo JSi« J-'. The .Ho«el'all nail the Small Boy. A very peculiar and sad accident occurred in Brownsville. Some of the young men and boys had gathered on _tha-playground-in -tlie-eenter- of-ihe viilago and wore engaged in a bail game. It had progressed for several innings when Edgar S. Howard, 14 years old, went in to bat. Almost tho first ball sent in to him was wildly pitched, and the players and crowd were shocked when they saw it strike him in the stomach. An explosion followed, which enveloped him in a cloud of smoke. The boy had been near some railroad construction work which had been in progress and had been given a dynamite caj». Whan he went to play ball he put flie cup in his j>ocket and forgot all about it. The ball had struck fairly upon the pocket, causing tho cap to burst with terrible effect Tho whole ueuhy portion of tho lad's right arm waa blown away, but bis other injuries were even mora severe, for the deutu dealing tsx- jijoslvu torn into his right silly, laf«riit- ii)gth«f!et)li in a (rightfulmanner. — i'ovt- land Argus. antum •n, roinnii-iMmior of '• I t.i l!ie snrro- Fnmi an analysis of <•'.•.:,iU fur tho <l--.--i.li- '^7 il nppo-irs, says tbo n> ijro.vtUof th,! svM'-oin out- rin^ t'luit in-riol Iliu yrir.vtli of population, tli:- eX'-es.-j of enrollni-'iit uvi'i' tbo iiKT^f^o in p"pul ition 'I to 11 b'jins l.i! per <--nt. Tliis gain is nltributc.l to tin- pl'o^i'fK^ of the- public Kfhoois two soulh-rn s-cUon-;, an I inoro f^i in tho sonHi central divhioii. "Hero the iii- rreaso i.l ciir-illniPiit." says the report, "nlions an i.'xn .-u nvnr tlio inori-'iiio of popu- Inilon proliil-lv ni-v.'r Iwforo paralli'lol in n country so Ion"; -ct! I,-.I." Rino.i IHIo-'TT the incrciwi of .-tiT-ii'm-nt in tho public schools of tho south liai l:wn !>•') [«r cent. Sy<l«'iii- In the Sniitliorn Stiitrr). "Tin! s.-nt in-nt in fivor uf frivi schools, supp-n-t-.-l b.- p.i'i ic Iu i U," say-i tho cora- niis'imii'i-, "IM iKx-ninin,' <-a;b y-.-ar moro uiiivci-silly prevalunt. Tho public school Si'stjin ..t' tlu aonllu-rn stntoa havo been u.nU-i'^'iiii^ tin unproco>lo[itoil dovolopinont un '.or laws (ulniid-d hi • nch cnso to local circuits .-iM'-es, a 11 aro now pt'.intUially nil es- t!,bll-<!i.-il o i ii p nun ny.it liMia. Colored chlMc'ii iii'i- .-ipportio.Ki I tin t-qiiii! sharo of thy -> i oil inn .« ( xti-pt iu tlio rase of Delu- w.ii"). mi 1 t fir sdh.iuU nru kopt o|i in as ),„'; • ,.ii ! n ,1 r IK wll piiJ tuac-bc-rs an those Pi" till' wll t" rhil'lreil. Th" Wiiltr.i rriivliln til" Funds. "Tin- 111:1 '" f'.r tbu support of tho«! Rchmiln ITU fur,.ii:i.-il iniinly by tbo whito inbiibl- l.iiits.; uiul, uflirr'm-ikius duo alloivancij for 1,11 tlii« sunn Unit h:<vo l*>iiii furnish -d for tho oilncntlim of tb,- negroas through privalo pourcos of b-novoloiii-o and through tnxoa raUo,l nui'Mi^ tiu-iiHalves, it may mill bo said I hat tho children of those once hold In H Tvitudu in tlii south aro l/eing e lucat.ul by ti.o sons of tli'-'ir former rarentors." H^pi»rute Schools Necp««ury. Thecon litl'iimulljctius public odnc.ition In Hi. 1 south, tho rdi»Vt says, uiakDi it nec^s- siry to maintain two separate^ s- hool sys- tenw.' 1 Tlii-ir p-ipiilii ion is m-idn up of two dUtlnct ruu-< mid cnlor-L.-In Ibis snotiontho Bldt-istica show Unit 04 | er cant of the white population of Mviool im" aro enrolled, wl.ilo but 58 I er cent, of tbo colored population of school (lie an- t-urollod. In tho District of Columbia iilnn« <\f.m tbn i-plol'ed. (Mil'ullnuint,. n« coinpnro.l ultli tlw wliita popul:it.ion, ex- cet-d that of th" whito .uui'ullmonl ut m:liool oge. - • THE WILDERNESS SHALL BLOSSOM. Statistician Uiiilco • Muknt un Kiicourujt- lll(t Iteport on Ar\t\ I.iuulH. WASHINQTON CITT, Sopt, -V.),—Mr, Dodgo,- tbe statlstlciiin of tbo agricultural" department, who lias just returned from ft trip to the arid lands, has prepare 1 a statement In regard to tbo reclamation of lands in tho arid rogiou, which will appiar In tbe September roport of tho department. It shows bow ^00 mttas of "desert" beyond thu fatal barrier of the HKKh meridian, are being carved into producLivu farms . without tho aid of irrigation. An Improved Cllinulo It does not clniin tin iiu-ivMso of rainfall, but a change of climate—" 1'ho agricultural valuta of thu climate h:ivi> Incrotisvd." In tbe cultivated dihtriuts tht.-ru is more humidity of tho otinosplu-ro and (lows unknown before. Among tho now souivm of prosperity ia tbo key to "rain-bell" f irminj, viz: deep plowing, subsoilin^ and frequent cultivation, prociaies tbe very r.-vi-rsj of those practiced by the pioneer farmer. Irrigation problems are touched upon, and tho feasibility and inexp):i8iv^n -s^i of cutcb- basins, to save tbe wusto of Mirf:ico drainage throughout the plains, ia.aHscrttvl. Tno possibility ia shown of using, lo a limited extent, irrigation waters a wcoml timi>. . Uncle Sum Will lluilil Them. WASHINGTON CITY, Sept. HI.—Secretary Tracy made a decision yesterday afternoon that will have an Important Inuring on the future buildinu of war V(B«ela for the United States navy. He decide,! to bavj the two 8,000-tpu steel cruisers provided for by tbe the last congress rnnstriiRteJ at the New York and Norfolk unvy yards. Wdon bids for the two vessels wore opened at tiio navy department last month, all thu bi.ls offered exceeded by larg - umou ita th.o congrtwsional appropriatioua. Tbo navy department fouud Itself in soiuythiiig of a dileinmn. It could not accept the bids, and it could not afford to wait until c-ingress could take notion. So tho secretory concluded to build them at government yards. The Pension CmnmUHlfinrralilp. WASHINGTON CITV. bo;it. Ill —A dispatch from fieer Purl<, quo:lit; u friend of tbo president as'sayintj thai Maj. William Warner may yot accept tho p'wltion o' commissioner of peusui IK, gains no credit here. Maj. Warner tol I tb i president that bis reason for declining was Lhat ho had made certain business engagements whh-h bo felt in bonor bound to I11L Ha rocom iwn led tlio appointment of Maj. JJjor^o S. Merrill, of Massachusetts. ^^____ Of ltiter«nt to Denl^naf!*. '. WASHINGTON CITV, Sept. IU.—Postmaster General' Wamimiker has invited proposals from artists, designers and other* for improved designs ot poital cards. Tho designs should bo according to th ' artist's idea of fitness, and bidders can su mit one or more designs as i bey Bee fit. A Kew York Hunker A*»icn*. •NEW YORK, Sept 1U.— Louis Strayss, banker, 15 William street, bus individually assigned. He is senior partner of Louis Strauss & Co., New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. Tbo amount of bis Individual liabilities and assets ciuinot be stated, Uis counselfiays ho is..worth f'it.^.AKX*. ••A. CUoloru Caso on Hhlpbourd. QUEBEC, Sept. lU.—TUe steamship Alberta, which arrived in this port yesforday from Iloilo, via Slngnpoiv, landed at quarantine a pftH»)n^..-r buff-sring from a severe attack of cholera. After bom? thoroughly fumigated the Alberta was allowed to proceed to Montreal. The Chicago Not » Howling Suocou. Njtwi-OttT, It. I, 8ept. IU.—The cruiser Chicago finished bor'spt-e I trials yesterday and mado tbo lowest sjxvd of any of bar trials. Tbe record was 14)^ knots au bour lor one mile. Tho weather coiulilioiu wuro gix-wl,'it-- «ind li^'it. nn I ih'i * -M ejiitn. WwUh I*re?*byl4irluiiH Iu CunventSon. WlLKESJtABUK. Pit, !S -pr. ly.—Miniiiturs from all parU uf IVnti'-ylvaiiU. Oiiio, Wisconsin, N^-w York, !<»\%a uiul Miiutootii uro pri-iient bertj In ult-n.iHU •« upon tlioteulUio * ventiosi ot ?bo elo-ed 'iVfit-. t'nrn— No. i SepLnmlior, opcnc.l S-He, cloned !C; n 4<:; October, opellfd cloBed asjic; Muy, cipened 11 ;<i<-, closed iMc. Oats— No. X Scptcnibor. opi'iu.l 11'J.r, elo«o4 ll>5^c; October, npcno.1 May, opened ~f'iio, closed £.->4f. Pork October, opened $11.01). closed ill. 10; No vember, opt'ue.'l £«.'-:'>, cln-sij.1 Sl'.':0; January opened, and cl< fed S».l-. l 'j. l.anl-Oi;lo >e . oiiened and c'nced JS.'Jti. Live stock— The Union Stoelc Ynnls report tho following ramrenf prl.-i-s: HOSTS— Murio opened nctlve, with Ht;l>t pradei other lota B- hither; Unlit -(rvniieH. 4.75; rtrai;li ri n1<i "^. M.7 «:"'-I.Kl: niivn I In g3.9.'«3>4.40: heavy iiacklnK and pl.BrxgH.20. Cattle— Market, steady; brevet. 8!).0(liiit.nS; cow?, SI.-' ".; 3.(i(); stoctm-s n-ml feeders, $1.0 Q:).'*'; Ti-x'ui ate.-rs. &'J.lSli -.'«': western steers, ti-.Ji'/iW.i'wi. .>bi-np— .Market Hteu'ly; native muttons, «:i.40i(4.7tl; Texas and western sheep, iS.aUffl.l'i; lamlw, i-t.il.«;(lliil. Produce: liiitti-r— Fan'-y Kltin i-ri-iimery, ~- ftiZlo per Ib; flao dairy, l»3il».'.; pnckini? slock. 7Mf@8c. Egi:s— Strictly fr.^h, 10u)l«.-6o pin- doz. Ponltry— Live hem, "(.tiTil pur Ib; roo:i- ter». Be; turkey*, mjlOi'.; duchs. 8c. Potatoes- 80c@$1.00 per bbl. Apples— Jl.iMiJI/* P^r hbl. YORK. Sept. 18. Wheat— No. 2 red winter cafih. H&!»H •:• do September, £4Uc: tlo Oi-tobor, tii^'l do November, W.W'-j d<i December, 80H'. Corn— No. a inlxo-rconh. 41Mc; d» October, *l9§c; "do Nuvtmbi;r, 42o, Outs— Qul«t b"t steady; No. '•: mix -tl < ash, 41J4c; <lo OiUibcr, 20^0; do November, -ii.4';- Kyo— Dull. Barley—Nominal. I'ork-Dull; n»i*H. SI :.SVf6!2."r) for Inspcctol. Unril- Steinly. September and Oiilnbcr, jfti.i.'H: Novomlipr, f".17. ' "Live B:oi-k: •fiittle -ivirly s.il-s nt full former prlc n, but, ihnfdejinj a trifle weak before Hie fini-Ti: l ntlvc JlieOl-B." 5=l.4"iCI.C» ¥ 101) frs; Texiis and ranue rntlle, 8:t.lOiBI.8J. Sheep and Lambs- VIrin fo" b.ith nhc -n and lambs: nhecp, S ..'• f! Vi . V i'->l f'-»: laml.a,.8\iiO (ii7.1-K. Hoys— Stuidy; ,ive hogs, SH- ; >"<uVUU ^1 UX) i)m. _ _. ______ WONDERFUL ___ EDISON. ______ H« Tells of Yet Morn Wonderful Thing* Tlint Ho Is to I5rln~ Fnrth. ITic roportor i askwl Mr. lidisoh if it was true that ho had invented :i machine by the aid'of which u tnnn in New York would lio able t<i see yvcrythihg that his wife wasdoin^.in 1'aris. "I don't lcno\v,"H:ii'.l Mr. Mison, laugh- Ing, "that that would he a real benefit to humanity. The women certainly would protest. lint, speuUing seriously, I am at work on an invention which will til^ low a man in Wall struct not only to telephone ton friend in tho Central park, but to sec that friend while he ia chatting telephonically with him. This invention would be useful and 'practical, and I see no reason why it should not soon become n reality, nnd one of the first things that I shall do when 1 get back to America will be to set up this contrivance between my laboratory and my telephone workshops. Moreover, 1 have already obtained satirjfautory results in reproducing images at that distance, which is only about 1.000 feet. It would be ridiculous to dream of seeing any one between New York and Paris. The round 'form of the earth, if there were no other difficulty in the way, would make the thing impossible." Speaking of the '-phonograph, the reporter asked if it had reached its highest degree of perfection. "Almost. I think.' said Mr. Edison, "in tlie.lnst inslrume.nts -turned out of my workshops. You must know that the ordinary phonograph employed in commerce does not begin to compare with the latest machines that I use inuiy private experiments. With the latter 1 can obtain a sound powerful enough to reproduce phrases of a speech that can be heard perfectly by a largo audience. My last ameliorations were with the as pirate sounds, which aro the weak point of the graphophone. For seven months I worked from eighteen to twenty hours a day upon the singlo sound 'specia.' 1 would say to the instrument 'specia,' and it would always say "pecia," and I couldn't make it say anything else. It was enough to inulco me crazy. But 1 stuck to it until I succeeded, and now you can reud a thousand words of a newspaper at the rate of 150 words a minute, and the instrument will repeat them tp you without an omission. You can imagine the difficulty of the task that I accorhplished when I tell you that the impressions mado upon tho cylinder are not more than one millionth part of an inch iu depth, and are completely invisible even with the aid of a microscope." . Reporter—And what now discoveries will bo made in electricity? Mr. Edison—Ah, that would bo difficult to say. We may some day come upon one of' the great secreta of nature. I am always on tho look out for something which will help me to solve the problem of navigating tho air. I have worked hard upon this subject, but I am very much discouraged. We may flnd something new before that comes, but that will con 10. Mr, Edison further said that the great development of electricity will come when wo lind u inoro economical method of producing it. Muring his trip across the ocean ho n-maine-1 for hours on deck looking at tho wnvcs, and ho says that it made him wild when ho saw no much forco guing to wa:U,v "But one of these days," ho coulimii'd. "wo will chain all that—-tho full.-i of N'ijgaru us well us the wind*—ami that will Im Urn millennium of tdoctricity."—t'ourrU'r des Kt.ita-lTuU, Tlio Flue Tlmt Tripped Cp Hootll. A handsome mahogany case, containing a silk flag with gold bullion fringe, occupies nearly nil the available space of the wall in tho southern part of the room of Capt. Cobangh nt the treasury department. Every visitor to the department ia shown the flag iind attention is generally invited to a tear in. one of its strips. The flag formerly belonged to the Treasury guards, a volunteer organ- • ization formed during the war for emergencies that might.art.w.at the.capital of the nation. After the lull <•( Richmond, and tho night that I'resilient Lincoln •went to Ford's theatre, the flag, which waa then nttaohcd to a Kliiiit I-OHCWOIH! flagstaff, waa borrowed l>y John T. Ford for decorative''Uses iiuoiil the liux occupied by tho pivaidi'tit. When the assassin fired the shot who.-n' echo was heard- » throughout llu- civilix.'.nl worl.l ho leaped from the box, anil i:i doing su caught tho rowel of his spur in the .silken folds of the etarry banner protruding from Iho president's bos. That slip probably cost Booth his life, for the Hag tripped him and caused tho broken log which impeded him in his efforts to escape and rendered him an easy victim for Sergt, Boston Corbett'srilh- ball. Subsequently tho flag was returned to (he- treasury do-' partment, and during the fow days that President Johnson hail his odicf- in the jJepartment the flag was in a corner of tho apartment. It was removed, however, by Capt, Cobaugh to its present resting place, and the staff was made - tnlo'threo canes and presented toollicialg, of the treasury departiiuMit.—.Washing- ton Letter in Philadelphia News. Unllmlloil Credit. A country schooliuiritrcss hud much ' trouble with her pupils, and to avoid it made her examples pluced lii'foro them i of on .explanatory chnractftr or illustrative. Tho effect WUH often unexpected. In goin^ over their usual reading lesson' a line was chosen by thu lady upon which to test tho merits of tho scholars. Tho lino read, "And ho was a man of unlimited credit in business." "Now, John, can you tell mo what ia meant by the'woTd credit when used aa in this lesson?" / Thus she addressed one of tho stumbling blocks of tho school. "I duuno, niarru," said Johnny, looking sheepish. "You dou't knowl" said the- mistress. 'Well, look' here. Supposing your mother was to coiuo short of money at the latter part of the week, and needed provisions, etc,, now what would sho do?" Sho waa satisfied that her illustration was plain, and awaited the correct reply, and it came thus: '-Well, inarm," replied .Johnny, "I dtmno what she would do, unless she pawned dud's Sunday coat." The subject was instantly dropped, and the teacher has lost all faith in that stylo of illustration. —Young Ladies' Journal. Chlnosu IderiH. Speaking of tin- best method of government Confucius said: "Follow the calendar of .the Hsia dynasty; employ the state chariot of Yin:wear the crown of Chou, and let your tuutijc be that of Shun, with posture accompaniment. "In tho selection of men let their character be made the important consideration; tho formation of a perfect character depends upon adherence to a hi»h moral standard." Menicus P'ang Kenp;: "If wo did not follow different vocations in life and exchange the products! of each other's labor tho fanner would have a surplus Btora of ""grain—on-'-hls -hands and the housewife would have nioro cloth than she "required. The effect of such an exchange is that the tradesmen and skilled workmen are ablo to procure food."— Pekin Gazette. HU Pedigree. Englishman (to stranger)™Exeuse me, air, but aren't you a foreigner? Stranger—Foreigner? No, air, Tin an American pure and simple. Englishman—AM and what tribe do you belong to, please?—Harpor's Bazar. ' R UNNING THUKE WAGONS. AU goods prfuur.<tly delivered to any wrt ofUioclly. Mireclilty of ntmovtne liouvnouM gooda will plaiioa, [tubf3yl! B, H. W1U1A.SUH

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free