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'_,' ,0 ABIES ofl pis sold by all Made by ^Grocers toruqgists l, Fgmmnent pofll- n»ei 1'nlU. i'ccu- WAMTED tlons guaranteed. Salary and i.ipc liar advBntnues to beginners. Blocs complete, with lust-Belllnif upeclaltles. OUTFIT FREE. W» guarantee vhatAvt adlfrttet. Write MRO1VA BROTHERS, Nnrnorymen, Chicago. III. (TW» hbme Is rellllble.l A y.-rf pretty ;v\rf pin is (VnmrMof !» riiarnorul iYri,' \vilh a tail composed of s-iffi'on tinted j>":irls. HIliKnril'pt KJiPHiiiiillp nnrt l.lvcr IMlls These Fills tiro ndPntificJiHy compounded, uniform In action. No gfip- ins piin PO commonly following thn use of Pills. They are adapted to both 'idnlts nnfl children with perfect safety. We Rtinrantpo they liiivo no equal in the cure of B'ok headache, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, find, as an sppe tiV.er, they exo.f'l any other preparation. The boat salve in the world for Cuts, Uruigps, J#oreB, Ulcers, Salt liheuru, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, I'hilblainR, Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, ana postively cures Tiles., or no pay required. It is guaranteed to pivp perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. "Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by D 13. Strint-ler. Panaies in every color, with rows of diamonds on the outer edges, continue in demand aa.brooches. CATA1UUI CUKED, health and sweet breath fecured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Hemedy. Price no conta. Nasal Injector free. For sale by 1'erry, the (Iniggtet, and J. H. Bickford. Koch Falls. L'ite comers in pueen charms are navy cups in blue enamel, with ribbons of pearls. The Verdict t'nnnlmonn. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind, testifies "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare, druggist, ISellvillc, Ohio, affirms: ''The best selling medicine I have ever handled in my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands' f others have added their testimony, s' that the verdict is unatnoua that El .:tric Bitters do cure all diseases of t ,e .Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a' ialf dollar a bottle at D. 13. Strickler's Drug Store. The cube queen pendant in gold, jeweled at eiicn angle, is still a conspicuous item. Frantic Ho us j ."-.. ,\ in > '- S Rush at tin r< Indianapolis. OTJEST3 FTAMPfiDEO f iU'W MNSER, A flcnonil Tm»!>ln OfT Ih<- n.t'.ror.T — Ir>- TiilUl« Tnttcn Cromtlin I'pii-r floor* liy I.!lililnri--A Ilrlrf Si'.-mon of Wild Friclit nml >-nli,=,ly Hni-l--Tlin ll.stol 1'iv'l.r a Flrn 111 l'ltt<.liiir~. ? four-story ln-i jiio of l.h" m.'-t ?ily, \\-tn th • ihortly nftrr i.-;'; li»v! ImTvlr.-'lli si-'-ni? r>t noon y "' v ' rnouis, 1 '" ' h " n ely ariginatxl in tliQ \r.\:'-: lior of the 200 |,'ilest.i tho first ninrin sounds mado for thij ottl'M yfstri-.itiT. The bins' iviif.. A Iar.p num- vr.TO nt (linil'T wlira l, nn>! n st:>ini«-<b was Btnirwuy. Tin smolto T JACOB EiSELE, f THK LEADING asMoaaWe ertot Jjls now prepared to tako orders for gentlemen's suits and overcoats for fall and winter. Now in stock all kinds of cloths, cas- Bimtrro "r 1 --! ovi'i'eontinsrB nnd tlio finest stock of pants goods over shown in this city. Leave yonr orders to have -them made up in the latest eastern styles and at bottom prices. Doing his own cutting and having no rent to pay, his customers get \he benefit. 18ISP lor an incurable c.isi* of Catnrrh in tint Ili'U.i liylln:|iroprlctol8OI DRTSAGE'S CATARBii. REMEDY, Symptom* of Catarrh. - Ifcndaeho. obstruction of noso, dischawa lulling Inlj thron*. pomotlmes pmhisn, watery, anil nx-rld at others, illicit, tenacious, mucous. purulent bloods' nnrt putrid ; eyes weak, ringing in curs deafness. dlllienlty of dciirinjr throat, expccto ration of offensive, nmltrr; luvntli oln-iiHlvo smcllnnd tiiHtu Itnintircil. aii.t jrriirral dcinhtj- Only a few of these symptoms likely to lie PITS. entat once. i'hoiismi'ls (if cnsi-a n-suls iu consumption. und end in tin; prruve. JUy Its mild, soothing. mill liwillnir-prnpertii's > Dr. Bmre'B Iti'incdv cuiya Ilio worst niw». M)o The Original ""IE LIVER PILLS. CureSlckHcadache, Dlzzluocs, Coiixtipatloii, »ii«llgcstlon. Billou* AttucU«,und ull drrunirenicnta oi the stomach and bowels. 25 cts. by drureiats. SEVENTH POINT You should read Tun Cut CAGO DAILY NRWSbecause you can afford it. Price doein't eland iu the way. It's really • the cheapest thing on earth. One rent mean* practically nothing—unlit you spend it. Then you may make it menu K great deal, according as you invest it. A thing is cheap if it costs little, and is worth much. THE DAILV NEWS is like a tele, graph from..the whole.world la._. your brain. To keep it in constant working order costs you Tiutonecem aiLiy. Tlm'swhy it's cheap—because it renders a great service for an insignificant price. !ts circulation is 370,000 a day—over A million a week—and It costs by mail 25 cts. A mon'b, four months £1,00,— ottf cent a tiay. - To at one* tBltbl lib ' d. in «ll |«ru. by iciof oar znaebl A fooda where tb* pvupie cun t** . tbem, we will kcnd free to on* 9p«rtoa in neb locality ,lb« vrrj mat •Mwisg-mBchiM rotda ia Lib* world.wlib kit ib« Kttacbmenli. 1 W« will •!«} Mad t rec a eomplri* (llneof OBJ cmtly ana ralaflble crt npleii. Ia murn wt «»k tb«t you tow what w* wed. to thOM who my call at your bomc. and »fter 28 montbi all iball bceom* ycur own Till* gnud tatchlue u tr Iba mncri* paleoti, which havt roc oul: hrfor* p«n-nl» k run <mt It told (or QOtl. witb Uia la'lacbni«nll, Rod Dow Bell* for *©5®. Belt, txnroffcst, molt aw- •fulmtchin* ia tb« world. Ail Ii No capital rtquirtd. Plalu. MUI is4tmctioa« riven. 'I DOM who wrti» lo ui at onr« tan »*~ can flr«0 to* bot Mwtnr-nachlno in ib« world, and lh» ftn*« liae of wort »ol biff b art e»« tbown loirelborin Ameri VM.VK.acVO.. Jfiox 140. ' - -- . There is n great movement on the p;»rt of the. Anarchists—when the barkeeper offers to treat to beer. A. HeaatUnl Senlslilu Cloak Is a becoming garment to a lady. If she has an 'elastic step, an air of grace and modesty, and the glow of health on her cheeh, ahe will always comTnaud admiratloa. AVithout these, no woman can appear to advantage. When sickly countenance, painful gait, and listless air, she ia an object of. pity. How . many American women ; daily drag out a wretched t-xlBtence, ignorant of the blessing of perfect health! All her weaknesses can be cured by Dr. L'ierce'a Favorite Prescription, the prn ; ;i.t"r-f>t'p!fif for prolnjiaus.Ieucorrhoa, liberation'"nnd unnatural disermrsc?, The onljr medicine Bold by druggists, under a positive guarantee of giving satisfaction, or money refunned. Read guarantee printed on its wrapper. Dr. Pterce's Pellets, or Anti-bilious Granules; in vials, 25 cents; one a dose. "Never mind me," said the pyrotech- nist to his wife. I am only'going down to the city on a little rocket. The American DlHe»»e. No people in the world are so subject to nervous diseases, such as nervous exhaustion, physical or mental overwork, headache, backache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, dizziness, nervous dyspepsia, palpitation, monthly pains, and insanity, as the Americans. Every part of the body is controlled by its' nerves, and when they are weakened by overwork or disease the part is also affected. Now it is everywhere- conceded that Dr. Miles' llestorative Ner- vine, a concentrated nerve food and medicine, is the best remedy in the world for these diseases—Ask-for a trial bottle at A. B. Hendricks' or J. M. Bickf ords' Drug Store. The man who was Compelled to bite the "dust" was probably trying to ascertain if the coin was good. Htartllnc FactH. Physiologists state that with each contraction the heart exerts fifty -bs. of force. This amounts to 3,000 a minute, 210,000 an hour, and the enormous number oi 5,184,000 pounds m a day. No wonder there are so many weak hearts and that people drop dead. If exercise makes you short of breath; if you have fluttering, pain in side, faint or hungry spells, swollen ankles, etc., look to your heart and don't fail to take Dr, Miles' New Cure. Sold at A K. Hendricks' or J. M. Blekforda' Drug Store. Stranger—Can you direct me to a dentist who administers gas ? Citizen —No, but J can direct you to a barber who does. __ A Lady In Texas Writes: My case is of long stanning; has bBfiled many physicians; have tried every remedy 1 could hear of, but Bradfield s Female Regulator is all that relieved me. Write The HradUeld .Regulator Co.; Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by all druggists. What he believed in: "Do you believe in faith cure ?" asked a Washington man of an office seeker. "No," replied the latter, 1 believe, in the sinecure." WILL YOU cough when Shin, s Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 eta., 50 cts., ahd Si For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Itock Falls. Slender gold chains united by oval crystals are a novel feature in queen cbaint he preparations used by barbers are not more vile than much ^ of the soap used for washing the head and hair. Rank with powerful chemicals or with an excess of alkali, they draw the natural oil from the hair, causing decay and baldness. The Ivory Soap, as Prof. Cornwall, of Princeton, says, "Is very well made^ The alkali is so thoroughly combined, it can not injure any thing." Insist upon your barber using only Ivory Soap and water when he gives you a shampoo. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps,each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory' i" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, faok the peculiar and remarkable qualities of tho genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright 1880, by Procter 4 Gambia. SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickf ord, Ilock Falls The fancy for mnonstones encircled with brilliants ia asserting itself. A Woman's IMBeovcry. "Another wonderful discovery h«a been made aud that'too by a lady in tliis country. Piscine t'a»tnriRd..L'JtB clutches upon her and for. BOVDU >6;.ib aho witbntood its aevorest testa, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night aud -with one bottle haa been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C. Hamrick & Co., of Shelby, N. C.—Get a free trial bottle at D. B. Strickler's Drug Store. Combination pearl and diamond rings are in big demand. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee, lo cures consumption. For sale by Terry, the druggist, and J.M. Bickford Ilock Falls Andrew Young, who wrote " There.is a happy land, far, far away," shows no desire to sen it, as ho is now over 80 years of age. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and 3. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. The oldest wheelman in the country is 78 and still able to bo 'round. ABBREVIATED TtLEGRAMS- The shortest way to do many things ia to do only one thing at onco. Home at Laae. The old darky, au account of trip from Louisiana to Georgia was pub- listed ia The Eagle BOIUO time ago, found hi* young bosses at last. IIo belonged to Mr. Tilftnau, of Tutniill, and was sold an a alavo long before tho war imd taken to Louisiana. As tho shadows of old nge began to gather around him,ins heart yearn ed for hijs childhood'a home, and BO last sprtug the old fellow, with, his wife and oLiidren, traveled all the way back in u horee and cart. IIo had gut to Tatnall, twit found that his old ixws hutl gont- tho way of ail tuankiud, and Mr. Jo^ctili Till- inwi, one of his youisg boasts, with that feeliug that every i-iumiu-nier lum for iho goxl old time da'.ky, brought the ol.l te\low to hia. homo in Uull>.*'h, j-;avi: ul lajiit to t.-iui, wh>-r«, wi -i* to lu'Ij* b.itii, iu* hia LaUIen Have Tried It. A number of my lady customers have tried "Mother's Friend," and would not be without for many times its cost. They recommend it to all who are to become mothers. II. A. Payne, druggist, Greenville, Ala. Write Bradlleld Keg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. By all druggists. After a curtain lecture: "Joe. your wife looks as fresh as a morning glory." "Bill, I wish she was a morning glory." "Why so. Joe?" "Because she'd shut up at night." SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh'a Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. IJick- ford. Hock Falls. Some late fqqs for Jadies have' slides and claps of diamonds, with fancy pendants dangling from the end. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. • For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. al. Bickford, Ilock Falls _____ Paris hog supplied us with a bracelet composed of twelve jev-eled taiuiatures •truug on a chain of diamond*. —; UiililHt Taxation. It is unjust to tax tke stomach with burdens that, it cannot bear. Many silly people thus tyrannize that faithful servitor until it rebels and punishes them as they deserve. Dyspepsia is usually the child of gastronomic folly, but whether this or the natural associate of inherent feebleness from childhood, it is surely and pleasantly remediable with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the Unest and most highly sanctioned gastric tonic in existence. As a result of tne tone Imparted to the stomacb, and the increased activity of its digestive and assimilative action, insured by the persistent use of this benign invigorant, general stamina is augmented, the nerves strengthened and tranquilized, and a tendency to insomnia and hypochondriaais defeated. Biliousness, chills and fever, rheumatism ank kidney trouble are conquered- by this admirable medicine. tths Every one is weary; the poet in seeking, the rich in keeping, the good-in learning. • Forced to l/«iwe JUome. 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 but of order, if you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fail to call, on any druggist to-day for a free sample of this (rrana remedy. The ladies praise it. Everyone likes it. . Largo size package 50 cents. . 2 Can a newspaper war properly be tanned a scrap of paper? Card of Thanks. If the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam should publish a card of thanks, containing expressions of gratitude which come to him daily from those who have been cured of severe throat and lung troubles by the use of Kemp's Balsam, it would fill a fair-sized book. How much better to Invite all to call on any druggist and get a sample bottle that you may test for yourself its power. Large bottles coc and Sl.oo. 4a There is talk of the oyster gettinir into a trust. Dogn with the oyster. I'roia a l.»<!y ot Clarence, Iowa. RHEUMATIC SYRTJF Co., Jackson, Mich. Gents: For ten years I have been greatly a/llicted with inflammatory rheumatism and indigestion. My hands, arms aud limbs were badly swollen, and. at times, I could not weay my shoes Upon advice I began using Uibbard's Rheumatic Syrup. Two bottles cured me. It ia a wonderful medicine, acting upon the stomach and digestive organs an it does, eradicates tlm poison from the blood and purities the whole system. It a/forda rue pleasure to recommend this remedy. MTW, M. K. II. Reid Is well known and Jier t 1 incut can lie. reileii—upon.- biuti's HUeumaUc 8yroj> ia a f 0. K. Hmr Florida Girls Capture Clumn. One day last week four young ladies stopping at Colin Park went up one of Ithe.cret'lTS n'ftpy ''li-nui. TI''«j-Tr-7T!>r-:!l?ir-r late, and tho tido won risingrapidly when they reached the clam banks. Not to be outdone, they hunted the desired clams by feeling for them with their feet, until the tide rose BO high that they were in water up to their necks. When a clam was Bounded a divo followed, and the clam was landed in thoboat. Sixty-two clams wero the result, and the chowder pot waa large nnd well filled.—Savannah News. Tho most, famous barber now living, probably, is about to celebrate his silver wedding in Paris. He is M. Adolph Paques. He was the greatest of his kind aixty years ago. He numbered among his clients Chateaubriand, Ijam- artine, Victor Hugo, Theodolph Oautier, Mile. Mnrs and Malibran. We have heard many of our old friends say that Salvation Oil cured them of rheumatism. Those who have not tried it, should do so. Our druggists sell it for tw8nty*five cents a hot tie. AU bright writers on morning newspapers are said to be very wicked; at least, they scintillate. THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind.-, says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'B CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock falls. - - - 1 he French Ktuctlonn. PARIS,' Oe . 8.—The latest estimate ot tb» compoHitio.i <>( tha next clmuibor of deputies Is 305 K"]'Ul>!ic.itn und lilt in opposition. This eoliiiutto iiidurtea tho deputies from th« colonies. ^_. Will Agltute for an £)|{lit-IIour Day. BOSTON, Oct b.—The union cor pouters of Massachusetts docidud at a mooting held here Sunday nigbt to ciltcr into a vigorous eight- hour agitation throughout New England. THe Weather Wn May Expect. WASHINGTON CITY, Oct. 8.—The followlnjj arc tho wt'iither indications for the thlrty- Blx hours from 8 p. in, yesterday: For Wisconsin and Upper Michigan — Fair, wanner wt-nthcrj- southerly wind-*. Fur Indiana, Illinois, bower Michigan and Jowii— Fair weather until' . Wednesday ni^lit; warmer; vvluda becoming southerly. THE MARKETS. CHICAOO. Oct. t. On tho board of trade to-'l(iy quotations were as follows: Wheat—Xo. '.* October, opened , closed Nl^ic; December, opened KiJ^c, olo*nd K»4-»ic: • May, opened 66140. closed bii^c. 'Corn—No. - October, opened and closed 3<%>;; November, opened St^c, clowd ifl'c; Muy. opened 3iJ%", closed 3^Jo. Oats—No. 2 October, Oi ened li'!4 V clo-wl H-'c; November, opene 1 I'^sc, closed I'.'J^c: December, oi'cncil lW%r, closed l!M<jo. Pork- October, opened SKI.-Tui, closed $lU.flO; November, opened g'.t.Hi. closed ,t).4J; January .opened SSI.LI), closed 8 '.•!"'• Ijird—October, opened gu.10, closed S<l.-~Mi. Llva stock—Following wore tho Union stoek yurdit prices: IIofrs—Mnrket opened unsettled, with Hulil tcruiles Blow un 1 6<SlUc lower; other grades falriy active at former prices: Jiulit Krnde ,_iU.f\X;ti.";>: roiiKb pack- liij, $3.f.vri:i.!K): mixed lots. SJ.(txT!,«.i»; lieavy paekln« »ml Kliippini! lots S;i.!«i<M.!S. Cat- tle—Uood lo choic.i siroi\«. ;4.m>ir.Uli); extra, tl.TO®l.-"ifc common weak, £MMit3.75; cow*. $1.2. lit-'.(V); stockers aii'l feiMlcrs. Sl.Tfi4W.Ki. Bhcep—-Market wcnki-r: natives, 8 : >.OUtC.4.'".0; westerns, J-).Ootf.4.(JU; UiinlH, Si.l>.Kft5.50. 1 Produce: Jiuttcr— I'aiic.v Klxin creamery,-1 ©^.')C per Ib; be*t dairy, ~IKL&-"-C; packing stock. Tho kiii^ of 8 am arrived in Paris Monday. Em ; l von G il.dor, a dia.'ii >n 1 d--nler of New York, 'bus ski|in«l out with $40,000 worth of other peoplt.- 1 .* .li'inio uU. Max Solomon, of Niuv Y.irlc, 'J3 /Dai's oW, Is serving out n Rlz-montlis' s nt^nce in' tho city prison, bocnusi- lie b •ssi'il nio-,py all tiny in order to cut a swell i:i hiy'.i s'.icway during tho nigbt, At Cni-IKm, O,'e. , Mmidiiy, two littiesons of J. AV, Slielion wep- pliiyliiR with an old pistol, sU]i|X)t!-d to l>! unlnfi'led, wlion th'< weapon WIH dis-iinr^u. I nn 1 onu of tho children killed. Reporters took a IVIIKIK Him lay of tho i.uaiij>'i' of. ji.'rstjiis \vli-i a!f..-tiil '1 c'uirch In New. York city; nml tlio rcguli, wiis..8J,U7T. women und 07, -'•!'.) men. '1 he weather was unpleasant. Three mtm — EJ McAffrey, Willbm Paul and Charles Frazjr — \\-u\':- killed and another fatally in jured'by the explosion ot a etoam throsiiing ni'ichino at -Sj. Thomas, Dakota, Monday morning. Tho father ot W. II Hunt, n resident of Tallapoosa, Ga., Iwina; (ii-nionti'il, wandered into tho woo Is and tho. only tiling found of him was a boot' conininiin oiu> of his fnel. Ho had been tlfvoiiroil by wild hogs. Because, as he s ij-s, the white peoplo of Mississippi nro putting obstacles in his way by refusing tj ivnt hulls for him lo speak in, etc., Qan. Clinlmers has withdi"iwn from tho raco for governor on t.ho Hfpublicair tickeU Mr. Doolittle, a member of tho O. A. R., a northern man an. 1 a Ripublkutn, tlio proprietor of a bottd at Au^u.-itu, Gx , Hatur- day refusod to permit n colored juryman to eat dlnnor at his table with tlio other jurors, who were all whito. _._„_ ____ , ___ Bulolde of H Tyjiliold I'ntlont. FBANKLIN, Pa., O.'t. H.— Sunday evening Mark McFaddonV^iT fai in" j'r" TresMIn jt~near" Clintonville, this county, while sulteHng from typhoid fever, S'H ured a pen-knife during the absonco of his attendants and cut bis throat and severed tht> arterbs of his arm. He then returned to his bed and bled to death. When discovered by the tiurso he was past medical aid. McFaddun was well ofT. . ^ ___ American Annocliition lltmo Hull. CHICAGO, Dot. 8. —Tim American association played two games of bosa baU yesterday as follows: At Baltimore— Brooklyn 2, Baltimore 8; at Cincinnati — Cincinnati 9, Louisville 3. _ , _ She was dressed in one of tho cool, lirnple but charming gowns which are '.he style. A mass of fluffy, sunny curls clustered about her forehead and i neck, and the aristocratic looking Psyche knot Into which was twisted a wealth of shining hair. A clear ejed young follow sat not far away and lookod nt her with evident admiration. Her complexion wna so dons", however, t'.mt they ret. !vat"<t. Turning to tho front biilc.iny thny went p'll- inell through tliu halls, thn vrmium hoinr hustled from si Jo tosidilin.l forr-1 ei;n.i.ist. thn wnlli, while thoir scroiiTH ndded ti> tho confusion nnd Incronscil t'.iu excitement, The FntjItlTC* I->c:ij»c. Renchlnj; llio balcony ivnrly nil tho nion leaped over tho roiling; cin.l swung down to tho pavement Moiv. Tho firemen then placed a ladder n^ninst t'io edge of-tho iml- cony nnd tho Indies nn 1 children were insisted to tho pflT'Miioni-, all eso.ipin^ nnhui't. Second nnd third alarms wero Honn4-.'.i, grentl/incrensing tho excitement, nnd fli oily the firemen cut holes in the tilail corriu.,. for tho purpose of Retting water down nn tho blaze. When tho holes were oponod, however, smokn nnd fl-im»s coining up dr»ve them away. In a f-nv inonionts lh» entire hotel wns filled with fiinoko. A Sick Mini'* Peril. H. C. Porker, trnfuV ninnntrer of tho Lnke Erloanl \Vest-ern i-o'i.l, wns lying ill in a room on tlio fourth 11 >../, Janin; A. Y^nnf; being iilso ther.'. Mr. Piirltnr wns unable to beed tho warning to get out, nnd nn extension ladder was rnN«"l to his Mimloiv, The eick mnii wns curried d.nvn t'.u- lit'lilur In tho arms of n firemin, ami Yonns .follower!. A few people who )-et reniaineil on the second floor began to get frightened nnd crow.le I out on the veranda. They were 111 no par- ticnlnr dang'T, but ;is lha women wero becoming terribly c-Tcited nil were brought down on ladders, nm'iii • tlii-m b-Ing the « ife 'of States Attorn-y ilhc'i.-ll, who is an invalid. Gcttlns nt tho Kirn. .Mennwbilo the tilo floor of the offlc3 lind been agnin bruVen open, nnd tlio wholo fell in. Bending sparku nn 1 binning pieces of timber up to the second floor. Hnlf'-a doz-ii Btreamn were sunn brought to b-.'ir, «nd in tliifty minutes the flro wns subdued; Th; 1 office and basement of tho hotel are a complete wreck, nnd there is more or less damage nil over thn hou-io from smoke. Every corridor and most ot th> rooms will linve to bo repainted, and thcro is nl.so a great deal of ilnnvigo to furniture. There was over f 10,001) worth of machinery in the basement,, nnd it is nil practically ruined. Mr. Ri'ibo'd, the nroprlotor, was liuabliilo iippi"-.".s:m;iti! IhQ lo«y-.,Kti rdny nft- nrnntui, but coinp'leiit.-.iinnrnii™ mi'ii |>lnp.' it at ?'J5,(K)'J fii-if.'! I.OJO, covero.l by instu 1 - anco. The btisiiiess plnc^-s In the building are nlso bndly datnngoil. Tho guests spiak in high praise of Ijindlur.l Kelbol.l'a activity in seeing tlint nil were Htifoly rescued. "A nUtor:c S'rnctui'o. Tho Bates home is n historic structure. It was cruct'id in 1S.">0. nn 1 dni'lng the war win Republican hea-iqiinrtei 1 *. From its portico Andrew Johnson made one of tho specc'i.es for tho utterance of which tho nttDinpt wns mado to impeach him. r,L«Mi ny lie' r.M-civ work tci luii-y Itis :i hi); rix-U. nml, pain nnd lili'i'din;; ir-'cd to ^<'f iop on t t'l of the hould.-i- thc-excrtv!itii!!i. covpi'fd it and -i'ly. In- ii'.nn- !,: t nt tin. 1 hasp to fli]> hU iuu.-,Ui't into AftiM-v,-:inl lincari'fully won I'M-fl ulirtlior ho FANNED BY THE ENGINE. would rjviT HIT it n-;:iiil. - - nishiiiR ju-Ciinipiiiii'.'il !lio surviving morabers of his mil rc^inu'iit, tlio Fifty- third Peniisylv;ir.i;i vnlu'it'.'t.'i'.-i. tn (!>>ttys- hui'K"n tin 1 o:-c:i-.i.ni "f tin' iluilii-ition of their lunniiniriil. \Viiih- t!n'i\' Itishiug, Rcronipanii'il hy several oM i-ninrados, stnrtciioiil t" lno'-i fortlif i;i>i-;i.i'l h<- h:ul liurieil twi.'iity-Hi." yo:ii's lipforo. Tlio blootly nn;,'li.' was t-:isily I'ountl, :uul ho soon (lialiii.mitislii-(l tho li'.i^o huwlilur at whosn luist! ho hail failoii ami whcro lie had hi'tiicn tiu> ^uii. It l»oi< 'nil n f'-" niDiUPiils In ,j'li:; Ihi.' pni-tli tip. 'A-Iirn, to his joy, IIP i'truck thf oM nuislci't anil iinicUly rosurn-i'ti'i! it. It liatl the <ip-' jwavniico of Rip Van Winkle's fowlin;; pii-cp. The stock had i'alli-n apart, liut \v;m still in.a (j;oinl statf of prpsprvatidii. Tho barrel \vna lintunl aliout with a thick i-oat of rust, and thrf loeU and olhpr portions \vpro in tin- ti.'niui condition. Hut Iijshlng lifted tho old luuski.'t tonderly, and,as the recollpi'tioiiHOf-the past iilleii his mind, ho. kissed it with tho pnthnsi- asm of a father who has found a long loat child. Bisiitn.7 brought tho inuskpt to "\Vilkesbavro this afternoon. IIo says ho i>3 poor, hut no money will buy the musket.—\VilkosbaiTo (1'a.) Cor. Nir\v York Sun. A Qufur Sect of Turks. . Anioiiy tho last hatch of Hvrians arriving at Castla Oarden were three Druses. Two were f;'.:;niei-s and the third was a shoemaker, 'i hoy went from Castlo Oar- don to lialliniore. TliPrfo tlu-fo v.ioii.uro tin?only Druses who have I'Vi-i' ronu' to thin country. An 'isolated ami.- pecu!!::! 1 >-!••". vim irrTnw— have lived for fjenerationH near Mount: Lebanon. Thoir total number is about 40,000. Ilakem, tlio third Fatimite caliph, is claimed by them as thoir founder. They honor him as.a divine being, and faithfully observe Uio curious religious rites wbirh he established. They are div-ideil into two classes—tho elect and the i;;-iu>r.:nl. The cleet nro the high priests, and the ignorant arc those who are too young L'lid inexperienced to lie initiated ii'Co the isiyiiteries Curltinit Oconrrvimi ut nPUUlnin Flro— A I«:i0(l,0()(! KhiK-. • PiTTSUUKO. Ojt. 8. — Tlio three-story brick building, 400 feoi long anil 100 feet deep, comprising tin ma.chino shops, car shops, blacksmith shops and general oftlceof Oliver Brotliors' Tonth S:reet mill, south side, wns totally burned last nijht. Tho flro start.-d alongside the engi ne, nnd catching some old waste and stuff spread rapidly. Tho bh ?.•? -caught tho bolt I'opj-eciitr.illing thn |bver;i- or of the engine .uml burned it away. With ita controlling power thin gone, tho engine started to run at a terrillp spued anil three largo air .fans nsed to drivo air through the works rovolved at a rapid ra'eand tho dense Bnioko and flames wore driven all throu ;h tho building, compelling tho llromeii to get out. Tlioir nttontio:i was thon turned to- saving tint pu lilling mill and other bnil.lings in tho vicinity. Ttio Jlroinen bad severa narrow escape from fulling walls, but non was seriously injured. Tho firm will rebuild the wor::s :-t once. Tho loss is $30J,- 000, fully covt-ivl hy insurance, most <H which is plac.-d iu eastern and foreign companies. _ - __ T of their religion, Tho hi^ii priests guard the niysterivs of their faith xealoiiKly, and tolerate iieitl«:r I lelirev. a nor Chria- tians. The ignorant- are fnrk'ss consc'rva- tivc, ;ind froipienily mingle socially with believers in their creeds. The elect Druses believe, that .lesus Christ was merely an ordinary prophet, and that Ilakem was really God, manifested in the tlesli.. They are confident, too;-that-tho-istitjibei' of orihodox Druses can never decrease? or increase. Tho threo Druses in .this country are fine looking men, and nro evidently possessed of unusual intelligence.—New York llerald. A COLORED ROMULUS, und do/.; ie« hons'j, l.'xrjl"ij<ic. 1'oultry—Live usiia, tta pur Ib; rnostera. iic; turkeys, We: duc!c«,8® b^vc; geerte, SHAH)'r,i}."tO p.jr dux. Potutoe.-*—•ii&ti 30c por bu on track: H\v^--t iH>Uttx>ea, J1.7^3^I.t.H l«r bb!. Ari>K'»-lioiul to litncy, 81.5uit3.00 per bhl. Ci'jiuix-rrieii—3^.^'i^.^ 1 Por hbl. Jirw York. NEW YOIIK. Oct.' Wheut—No. '-' red ca«H. ftlijc; do Octotwi. Wil^c: <li» Kovenihor, ^'.'->;(•: ilo IJi-cember. t^i-4i\ 1.'urn-No. ~ Inj-ii-d i-ji«)i, 4lA.ic; ilu O-Holwr, :'-'J--4i-; lit! Novriiihrr, WlU"! do Ih- minb.T. >lr. Oats- Dull; No. -' nuxn.i cattli. **^ ! .^-: ila Octoijf't", ^tvi*". dn Novvinln.-r,'-*'^y'. Hii.)-!c> Nominal. -.1 .".-"> t.-r lii.i *, I''^)^tmbvi', ive and of tho rich purple of the amethyst, But there was some indefinable defect about her mouth. The lips wero red and shaped like Cupid's bow. The flaw was not in them. Yet surely some- tiling was not satisfactory about the girl's appearance. It is—yes, it is evident that one rosy cheek ia fuller than the other, just where .it slopes away to tho white, smooth nock. There is a swollen lump which suggests toothache. The young man fuels a pang of pity thrill through his entire being. Suffering becomes much more pathetic when the sufferer is young aud-beauti- ful. He gazes intently at her. -' Slowly her dimpled ciiin droops, the Cupid bow of her lips looks as though it were being drawn to dart an arroxv through hia heart. Tho swollen protuberance disappears. Thou the jaw closes forcibly upon tho quid of gum and an expression of complacent meditation steals into tho Cair creature's cerulean I'yes. The thrill of sympathy fades from tho young man's bosom as tho color fades from two cent calico in tho rain. Then ho ai'OHO and a spirit of inquiry came strong upon him. It was upon" the excursion train' from Bethany park, nnd resolutely ho passed slowly through tlio ten coaches anil mado ttu eiiuuu'raUon. On the train wero 5i3 persons. Of this number 78 men and boys and 209 women and girls were chewing gum.—Indianapolis News. Tho 8wUs Eitliil tower, ou tho Eschenberg, ucar Wintorthur, baa just been inaugurated. U is 100 feet high und commands u iuu;;ninc<;nt Alpine, panorama rt'Uchinj; u* far a-i I^ike (.'oiLstancc. Tliu Swiss cluiru that tin) "Little EillVl' 1 U abovo tho bli? uiwlel, "i the elevation Capture of n Child Tlmt Witt Stole: Ileared by n Wolf, Some twenty months ago a woman living on tho banks of the Brazos missed her 8 months old baby from the pallet where she had left, it lying during an absence of a few minutes. Search was niado for tho iufanfcrbtit-tio.'.i'aee of it could bo discovered, nnd tho wholo affair waa wrapped in profound mystery until a few days ago. A n.'.rty of gentlemen wero riding through u somewhat unfrequented purtioii of tlii? thick woods that border the river, when they were startled by seeing a strange object run across the road. Thinking at'lirst sight that it was a wild animal, uuveral of the party wero about to lire on it, when tho one who had been nearest to it called to them not to shoot, but to ride it down instead. This was dono with difficulty, 'for tho underbrush was thick, but at last tho creature was overtaken in a denau copse. It was half running, half leaping, first on all fours and then nearly upright. The gentlemen dismounted and attempted to lay hands upon it, but chattering frightfully and savagely biting aud scratching, it broka tiway from them. They could see that it had a human face, though the brown body was covered with lotig, tangled hair, and tho nails of the feet und hands so long and curved as to bo claws. It ran with incredible pwtftncKs, gelling over fallen trees and dense masses of ereepera ul a rato that obliged its [iiirsuerH to exert themselves to tho utmost to keep il in view. It finally ran' into an iniuiuui-,e uak" tree that lay uprooted in tho ground, und iho hollow trunk of whirh Tunned a yuwn- ing cavern. By (lie dint of puking in tho tree with SIIL!..; Ilu; party sucic'oodcd in driving out :-.u uM u'uif, whieh iuisne- diiiti-ly too!: 1.1 ii-- In- sued, ».** it was not This, too, w:,:, llnaily liu-i.a Tlui IMexlcau ^oiinlltli. The removal of the- groat monolith, tho Goddess of Water, from Die ancient Mexican city of Tt-otihuac'an, is attracting widespread, attention among scientific men. Tho top of tho statue is below tho surface of the surrounding plain, and as it is overtoil feet lower, it is seen that tho task of- its removal is no ordinary one. It is of granite, contains 200J cubic feet of solid rock. Its weight is estimated at 20 tons. A temporary railroad track nearly three miles long will be laid from the station on the Mexican railway over to the place where the statue now stands. Its age is supposed to be about 1.400 years.—Chicago llerald. TO HEAL ALL BLOOD CONTAGION. Til" r,K3T i:; Tin: wonLD. J think r.wift'3 S|)«lfl.-, Is 111..' best blood remedy In Hie\voiU. 1 liuvo Icr.tnvn Uto nmUosomowoudoas fill euro o( ji.iUcii''! v. l.o wn-a i-oiiBidered locamblo. j). M. CIIAY^OH, Ci'owvillo, I^r. TrcaM3oonl::n.->ilni:ilri;iii Diseases .mulled fvors THE SwitT Fi'!;r:r'io Co., DnuvcrS, Atlanta, Gn. soed with a bit und wr.i:-, tbou t :hl.'iiilvi.- H wi 1 i ill (I It HUlt Ip.n,, Ul. .t It w;ts nut jiur- o!ij"ot sought. od uml Ki, f liiuvs. It l!mt it «',w it, ao mi' v>i[h hn. ,u t! REGULATOR . TO"VVOM M' IJMDFIfLS R£SUlATQft CO. acfoa tuid ixmebt should never b«» ou by trrUattta iik« cumm-on pills, (/ran,

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