Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 11, 1889 · Page 4
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\ / \ X f V \ •A« / ' |01 Jjur/cr j* ABIES :\ j OP; F< '"s sold by all Made by Grocers fr Druggists CHICAGO. ItlMtnrir* UJicnmntlp nnil Mvrr I'llls The?" I'llls are acionUOcilly compounded, uniform in action, ;No prip- inij pain so commonly following -tlie use of J'ills. They are iulnpted to both adults and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the euro uf sick h<-udnebe, constitution, dyepppaia, biliousness, Riiel, as an nppo ti/.er, they excel any other preparation. How many milea of electrical railway aro there in operation in the'United States? About 4<n) milea, and much more under construction. U better lAf>t. Letters remaining in the Post-office at Sterling for the week ending Friday October nth, 18-80: Fine!:, Mrs. E M .Tolinson. C M Hums, Miss Anna rowers Ahnuii Crai.Iock.I)oU)t McAlear, Mrs. .lames Dampm.in, John HovliK, Fritz I-'eliier, V • Shnlz, .Inc'ob Crfi.'ii, Morris I, Steors, Cyrils A. Hart, \V W Snider. M C When calling for above letters please say "Advertised." WM. A. McCuNE, P. M. JACOB EISELE, THE LSABIHO ^Ia now prepared to take orders for gentlemen's suits and overcoats for fall and' winter. Now in stock all kinds of cloths, cas- simore and overcoatings and the finest stock of pants goods ever shown in this city. Leave your orders to have them made np in the latest eastern styles and at bottom prices. Doing his own catting and having no rent' to payj 'his customers get ^he benefit.- - You should r«ulTiiKCnicA- GO DAILY NEWS b«aus<; you kavethttiwetortadit. There isapapcr published in Australia which is as large ns a blanket. This wouldn't suit you. You want a newspaper at once convenient, complete nnd condensed, and still you don't want to overlook anything of real Importance. I ou don't want ynm- i'.d;;hl'Or tn <^y tn you," Did you rrad r-o-alld-^o in to-day's paper? and be obliged to answer, " No, 1 didn't see that," and then have him ask you, " What paper do you read? " This will never happen to you if you read Tun CHICAGO DAILY NEWS. ,„,„.—Its circulation U 220,000 a day—over a million a week—and it costs by mail =5 cts. i month, four months $1.00,— one cent a day. How many telephones are in use in tbe United States '{ About 300,000. The American IM»e»«e. No people in the world are so subject to nervous diseaoes, 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' Restorative 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. R. Hendricks' or J. M. Bickfords' Drug Store. "What is the average cost per mile of a transatlantic submarina cable? About 81,000. \Vhat is the longest distance over which conversation by telephone is daily maintained? About 7r>0 miles, from Portland, Me., to Buffalo, N. Y. CATARK11 CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. What is the fastest time made by an electric railway ? Three miles a minute by the Meems electric road. Twen ty milea an hour on street railway system. WILL YOU cough when Shin, B Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts., and 81. For sale by Perrv.the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. What is the maximum power generated by an electrical motor ? Seventy- live horse power. Experiments indicate that 100 horse power will soon be reached.' la a monthly magazine devoted to the hygiene and cam of Infanta and young children, and all that pertains to the routine of the nursery. It Is BOW In Its fifth year. The Congregation- alia recently Bald of it: ••BABYHOOD BOOTH almost Indlffpensanla to th« household la which them are young children. It IB for the parontH and the BUTM and U p&ckftcl full of Important mg- ceatloM of a practical character. From per- ibnal experience of its usefulness, we oonv roeod It warmly." And the Chicago Advance : f* No mother but Tnnst appreciate !tfl wb» «nd helpfnl BUgueBtlemi, and be RTBtefnl for C2lfi solving of perplexltlea and the bolplnff over hard place* which every one comes to who has tho care of young children. W» commend 1C to every mother In the kuid." Also the New York Graphic : " Th. Bnccesa of this periodical ha« been enormous. Is makes young mothers feel tnat the only subject worthy of attention 14 at tauit being recojnbsed." Every Intelligent father and mother •iould read It regularly. Their children wfll be healthier and happier. It will reduce the work of caring for them, nursing them, dressing them, arousing them. Letter* from subscribers frequently contain «uch testimonies as these, lately received: •Mam grateful to BABYHOOD : I have seen fcut two numbers, bat haTo learned HO much from thoee that I feol 1 should-be doing my children a wrong If I should fall of the opportunity to l«arn more." "The hdp It has £oen to us would have astonished me had It l>een predicted beforehand." •• Physician •M 1 am. your magazine IB the most welcome HtnrtllnE FnctH. Physiologists state that with each contraction the heart exerts fifty ibs. at force. This amounts to 8,600 a minute, 210,000 an hour, and the enormous number of 5,184,000 pounds in a day. No wonder there are so. many weak hearts and that people drop dead. If exercise makes you short or breath ; if you have fluttering, pain in aide, faint or hungry spplls, swollen ankles, etc., look to your heart and don't fail to take Dr, Miles' New Cure. Sold at A. R. Hendricks' or J. M. Bickfords' Drug Store. What war vessel has the most complete electrical plant?. Unitort States man-of-war Chicago. A Lady In Texaa Writes: ' My case is of long stanning; has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy 1 could hear of, but Brad- fleld's Female Regulator Is all that relieved me. Write The Bradneld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., forfurther particulars. Sold by all druggists. How many persons in the United States are engaged in business depending solely on electricity V Estimated, 250,000. _ _ ^^ I,adles nave 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. R. A. Payne, druggist, Greenville, Ala. Write Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlania, Ga., for particulars. By all druggists. How many messages can be transmitted over a wire at one time '( Four by the quadruples system now in daily use. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. __ _ What is the grea'est candle power of arc light used in a lighthouse ¥ Two million, In Lighthouse, at Iloustholm, Denmark. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shlloh'a Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls ' _ _ What strength of current is dangerous to human life? Five hundred volts, but depending largely on physical conditions. SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping dough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock JFalb •• How is telegraphing from a moving train accomplished? Through a circuit from the car roo£ Inducing a cur rent In the wire on poles along the •rack. __.„ subscribed to It. I nave felt repaid a hundred times for Uie outlay by the relief and oocfldeoco It has given ma la tn* management at mj oJolldren." You iranl a sample copy— Price IB oent*. Or to subscribe for a year 1 — . A Woman's Discovery. "Another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tcstD.-but h n r- 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 and with one bottle has 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. What are tho most widely separated points between which it is possible to send a telegram? British Columbia and New Zealand via America and Europe. THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife ewe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J, M. Bickford, Rock Falls. How long does it take to transmit a message from San Francisco to Hong Kong? About fifteen minutes via New York, Canso, Penzance, Aden, Bombay, Madras, Penang and Singapore. A Family Uutherlnc. Have you a father? Have your-a mother ? Have you a son or daughter, a sister or a brother whr> has not yet taken Kemp's Balsam for 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 bottle is gladly given to you free by any druggist and the large size costs only 60C and 81.00. 3a On onr part we wish to know that yon tave seen this advertisement; and in order to Induce you to mention this paper when •writing -as, Wo have arranged to bara mannfactnred for u» a large quantity of Hudnut's celebrated Sachet Powder, and wfll give a packet, free (either " Violet" 01 " White Lilac," as preferred), (quantity Bnfflclerit to elegantly perfume Babr c B clothing for month*), to every person. frho sends UB either ll.&o for a year's sub- . Bcrlptlon or 15 eenta for a single copy, and mentions CA<« paper. {Koto vte cvnalttun. The powder 1ft In notenee a "premium ."but 1s offered simply to aid us In tr&clni? the re- BaltB of onr advertising In Tarlou* parts of the country. lu rutall value Is about 25 centjk) Address BABYHOOD PUBLISHING CO,, B Beekman St., New York. Do not confound BABYHOOD with picturft-books for the amiutmtnt of children. It u a iii»r/irrj' maoaaine —a nursery bejp. 1U list of coutrlbutora on tnedlcai subjects comprise manyBpccla^ts or tb« bltt^ieeC pn-iffaalonai sttuidlng. Tile fcpriliKtt«M (^(M*-) Vnitm (Uiys I "It Isrrally ft~qti*«Uonwnaiifje motbcrB of little bable:iu^-J to Uo before tho excellent little magazine lUitYii'xiL- waa published. No uuzubur can bo mljuod wlthui>' tba. losd beimsfelt." . and Bronchitis Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bictford, Rock Falls. • _ • ______ What is the fastest time made by an operator sending messages by Morse system?— Abo«t-forty-iw.QLJWQrds_per miuute. A. New IMscoTery. .1 Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants like common pills, bran, etc. Mile's Pills cures liver complaint, constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. R. Hendrick's or J. M. Bickford's. How many miles of submarine cable are there in operation? Over 100,000 miles, or enough-to girdle the earth four times. b Tbe Verdict Unanimous. 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, BeHviUc. Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medicine 1 have ever handled in my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands r t others have added their testimony, s' that the verdict is unamous that El jtric Bitters do cure all diseases of t <e Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a ialf dollar a bottle at D. B. Strickler's Drug Store. Marriage licenses Robert N Ward, Chicago, and Emogene North, Morrison. Heman L Taber and Carrie Zschies- che, Portland. Dennis P Boyers and Josephine Annas, Sterling. George D Rose, Custer Co., Neb., and Mrs. Mary E Morrison, Prophetstown. Wm H Sprinkle and Bertha C Crocker; Featonr" ~~^ Franciscus Glasser and Anna M Salomon, Sterling. at ppl'-ve noon at ii toiid. Henry Wislfr, who haa b?cn in California nrirt other parts of the wp.it, stopped here will) his "cousin, Mart Hook, a few days on his way home to Pennsylvania. Sevfcral of tho fnrmcra around Ten- rose have commenced cribbing corn. Chas. Bissey waa the first to commence and has been at it for the past two weeks. Oliver Talbotl Is home from hia extended western trip, and he snys there I* no place like home and the oftener he goes west the better lie likes Jordan. F. D. Myers has been doing considerable repairing around his place this season, and has built an addition to hia barn, which improves the appearance very much. Ilipley Stauffer, our "P. G." or potato grower, shipped a carload of potatoes to Chicago.for which he expects to realize |more a bushel than to sell them at home, but he will know when he gets his returns from Chicago, and if it pays perhaps there are others who will follow his example. John Marshong has erected a neat and commodious house on his 40 acre farm just across the line from J. G. Frank's, which his son,; P. J. and family will occupy . J. H. Dunmore and Sanford Deyo are doing the plastering. Mrs. Steve Halstead, from south of the river, is visiting in Jordan this week. Henry Schryver looks awfully pleased and people who don't know the cir cumstance, can't think what makes such a change in his countenance, but it is a boy— everybody a cigar and smoke. Mrs. Moses J. Deyo returned home from Chicago last Saturday, where she has been visiting her daughter. Will Brown started for Chicago this week to visit his sister, and see the sights. Sam Paige, our blacksmith, has gone to Chicago to see the elephant, to corner wheat and buck against old "Hutch." He will measure the streets of Chicago while there and when he returns will be able to tell you the length of every street, but we are afraid they won't hold out, as Sam's seven paces to the rod will make the streets fall short. for Sam will take some awful strides. But there is one thing sure, and that is «"!t "'y-VH^n.-': ::•;.- T bi-i". uiora lirct!, if not wibei, t'uuii when he went. The series of protracted meetings that were to commence last Monday evening, will not be held here and a great rcany people were disappointed on Monday evening when they got here and found no preacher. The Reverend gentleman should fulfill his appointments, or else notify the people if he did not intend to come. Bruce Zigler goes about with a pleasant smile on his face, the cause of it is that a baby girl has come to his home, and it makes M. W. Zigler smile as well, on being called Grand-pa. Wonder if that is the reason that Brnce has to sink his well deeper? Moses Deyo, Frank and Charley Tlll- man were coming out from Sterling last Saturday evening, on the Pennington road, to go to a dance at Henry Wolber's, when one of the single trees dropped on the horses heels which freightened tho horses and they ran away, but were soon caught by another party. The boys gathered themsolves up and borrowed a wagon and went to the dance all the same; neither the boys or horses were badly hurt, but the buggy was somewhat damaged, and the boys soon forgot all about the accident as they seemed to enjoy themselves BO well at the danee. C. R. Selover Is moving the old house ofM. A. Schick away from the new one, which will help the looks of things around there. Jacob Tlllman & Son are doing a job of mason work south of Woosung, and the other night some mischievous scamp took and smeared mortar all over their tools, seiyes, etc., and the night being cold the mortar froze to them closer than a brother. William Walker undertook the job of cleaning up the grave yard the other day, at the East Jordan church, and be throat; t*iP boy poi quit, but A'l. fl".ya ;iml so the \>-iJ tur > p.-nr it, n<;v,-!> ; r^lniHlot-and th 'pour it, :i!l dow -fM in thr> b ami *rhi>>i it vrns fill jrone th "why .Pa, that was tlio full I. "pain killer.'' Ad. looked at the boy a long: and fctr off look and turn saya"!!}- gorra, boy, 1 thought you hud it mixed with water." But it curedUlio hog of the thumps and that too for all time to come, for tho hog Boon turned up ita toes. Give Ad. a trial. Last (Tuesday night about Mr. Barts, who lives about a half rnile north of Nick Wilger's wan.iwakened up by hearing a'noiso on his porch, so he crawled out of bed and went to tin? door nnd found a tramp there in front of the screen door, trying to got into the houae. Mr. li.irta asked him what he wanted, but the tramp mado no reply, BO he ordered him away, but the fellow made no move In that direction. Mr. Barts told him if he didn't leave he would ahoot him, but the tramp said he might shoot if ha wanted to, so Mr. Barts went back into the room, got his gun and pointed it at the fellow, who told him to shoot, but instead of shooting the scamp, he went out and hit the fellow a belt with the gun and brok£ off about eight Inches of the barrel, knocking the tramp down and off of the porch; but he soon gathered himself up and was as Impudent as ever; then Mr. Barts gave him another crack with the gun, knocking him down again and breaking the stock from the barrel ; then the fellow got up and was still saucy .when Mr. Barts knocked him down with his (1st and got a stick and warmed up the seat of his pants until they smoked, bnt it started a yell from the tramp and started him up the road at a lively rate. Kick Wilger met him the next day and aaked him what was the matter, "i vaa strok mlt electricity," he said. Well, were you knocked down last night? "D,U vas all right." A well known citizen of Wetherd- ville, Md., Mr. W. II. Uraves, writes:—I suffer sometimes with acute rheumatism and your Salvation Oil given me instantaneous relief, and I recommend it as a sure cure for this terrible disease. Tllfl MVnth.ir .W« ']>Iuy Kxprrt, WASHINGTON TITV, Oct. li.—The followlm urn tho. weal her InillcuUoiH for the thirty six hours from 8 p. m. yes! onlay: For Wlscon- §ln—Fair, cooler weather, except slightly \varinrr In- .siBlern portion; variable wind*. For Iowa-Tliruul. •nint! wmitlicr, followed Friday liy Unlit rninfi; uliuhtlj- cnole.r; variable v.iiiil.-..- ]•":>:• Ml'jhl^i'V, '!'!L- Riiterslnrc weather, followed In .'ii-tiTii iiovlloii liy llu'ht ruin; bllKhlly wiu-nu-i". exi-ejtl, Hiiithmui-y K-lliJK'ni- tnre in upper Jllr.lilsam varl-ihk 1 winds. For Indiana anil Illinois—Fair wonthor; stationary temperature: southerly wlnilH. • THE MARKETS. CnicAno. Oct. 10. On tho bowl of trade to-day ><iuntatlon3 wero 'as' follows: Wheat—No. '.: Octobor, opened bl-T-^c, closed '•-%«: Docombor. opened We, closed MM-We: May, opened Ki^o. ehisod S!%c. Corn—No. - Ootobor. opened Wfjc. Wanted, And 100 men to call on any diugglst for a free trial package of Lane's Family Medicine, the great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Rocky 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 (If VKBBflSfKBUlATPftCjOi ^ ry^ Jj r-fta.feiffiiffy!ti I^INJE: THHKK WAUOK8. i ti.» a^i* pars How is a break In a submarine cable located? By measuring the electricity needed to charge the remaining. un- brokeu part. FITS. -All flta stopped t cee by Dr Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No (Its alter first day's use. Marvellous curea. Treatise and 82.00 trial bottle free to Fit caaea. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch St., i'hila., Pa. d&w How many miles of telephone wire in operation in the United StatesV Over a million, or enough to encircle the globe forty times. HMILOK'S COUGH aud Consumption Cur* is »tt!d by us ou » guaraawe, U ciuttS eoBJSumptioa, for uais by I**rt-y, th* ilruggist, atut -3,M, m^k*,n-H Hterllns market*. Corrected Friday morning; Cattle—S2.10 to 83.85. Hogs—83.20 to 93.50 Hides—4 c. Wheat-50 to ^70 Eye—30c. Corn—Ear, 24c. Shelled, 26c. Oats—15 to lie. Batter—16 to 17. £gg«r—ISC Real Estate Transfers. JF Leonard to Jane Davis, lota In Tampioo, 8450. Jaa. A Sweet eat. to Qeo W Sikkema, land in Garden Plain, 82,000. Susan Ausloy to M S Heaton, lot in Morrison, $800. Wm Ellmaker to Wm Wahl, lot in Sterling, $200. Margaret C Lukena "heirs" to Kate A Eberly.lot In Rock Falls, S^5. CaroUca King to Margaret Thels, land in Ustick, 81,68100. Mary E Beale to liobt II Perkiua lota iu Erie, $75. Albia Turner to Kat« Lesby, laud in I'ropUetstown, *iW>. « Jj»s!i* Jamison to Hem/ Heiw. Sand i» Mottsaorersty, 8 J.OUO. Usa Ms'>hSet to J ii Kohi, tot U» set flte to tho dead^grass; in~ the -yard and burnt down the fence on two aides and he was very lucky (that it didn't burn down the church. Amoa Hoover Is the boss clder'^ rnak-. er, as he will make more cider this year than any year since the mill was' built. One man brought a load of apples .to bis press and got over seven barrels of cider, which IB pretty good for one load. Amos must sqeeze all the juice out. Deacon Sauborn has contracted with Mr. .Brown, who lives in Mr. M. Kidder's bouse, to take charge of his stock farm the coming year. Mr. Brown will move right in and take charge at once. Boad Commissioner Kidder is doing a good jpb of grading on the hilla by N, P. Wllsdn's which will put those clay hills in good shape. Mr. Kidder, with three teams, one day this week put on 87 loads of gravel; and that was a booming days work. Julie Gilbert must think there is no place like Elgin, as some of the boys •ay that he is drawn in that direction quite frequently, in fact, nearly every week, they say, he goes to Elgin. While others say the attraction la a big fly wheel In the Henderson shoe factory at Dixon; but after a little enquiring we found that both parties were about right as the attraction is a Miss Elgin in the Dlxon shoe factory. How people will get things mixed. If you have any sick hogs ami they get the thumps call on Ad. Jacobs as ha can cure them every time and stop the thumps aure. The other day he had one »U-k with the Ihutups, so he caught it fcuw-1'!' his little boy to run to the Isouao and got » couple of spoons fall of w psi« klltej" in & bottle ac<l Uiey Vould give H n dos«. The boy ri<;n to tae h-ous-e &s d.ir«5*:|«d afld g-^t » full . eloped 81-We; November, opened UWjc, closed SOVfJe; May, oiiencd :tle, eiosed !HUn. Oats —No. " October, o.-cneil IH^'j -, closed IHJfJo: December, opcnel 11'Me, closed l'.: : -»-Hc: May, openel-lWc', t-lnseil --!-!i-!.;i?. I'ork—Oetobor, opened ?11).~3, closed £lli.?. r >; November, aliened ?'J.:)?><j. closed !».<1>; Junnary, opened J'.i.^K'. closed Jii.iiTHi. Lard—October. o[>cnod SO.U!^, closed fll.ll). ' • Llvu stock—Following were tho Union stock yards prices:. Jlotrf Mnrliet openc-d fnlrly acllvf.-wiih jirlces steady; lit_'lit grndes, t;t.l)iva*.4«: rouuh paclciiu, Sl.tirx34.lti; mixed lots, *84.(V"Kiil.-* ) : lie:ivy packing nnd shipping lots, $410^I-''"'. I'attle—Lower and weak,' natives, gl.HO@U<0; cnws, Sl.-"";*-.^: stockers and feeders, SUKXViVU»; Texus bteera, $'..00® 2.00; western. S-'.^',:!.. 1 -*). Blicup—Good to choice steady. S4.(Ui»l.lk); poor to fair weak, S3 IMti3.T. r >; Texans and wcst.-rns, 8-l.-fi34.'J3; lambs, S1.01)(ii.-,.tKI. Prodnco: Untter—Fancy Kluin creamery, 21 ©Sic por Ib: best dairy, :ax3iKc: pucklni; stock, 7M®8>lic. KiJKS-Strictly fresh, inK/917 per do/.; ico house, l'i&VMja. Poultry—Llvo boils. 80per Ib: roosters, Se; turkeys, lOe: ducks, *ij 8 Hc; geese, 58.0H.'iVt.5!) per do/.. Potatoes—'iV74 OOo i»er bu on track: sweet potatoes, $1.75(W.'.oi) per bbl. Apples—Good to fancy, $1.5033.00 po^bbl. Crauberrles^-SS.UOiiS.OUper bljl. Now York. NEW Yonx, Oct. 10, Wheat—No. 2 red winter cash, OT)4o; do Ootobor, «i5fc; do November, W%e;. do December, 88j4c. Corn—No. 'U mixed cash, BilJ^o; do Octobor, 3Uc; do November, 40c; do De- comber. 4(%c. Outs—Quiet; No. 2 mixed cosh, S8J6®ai!4c; do October, 25%c; do November, 28J.(ie; do December, 2<i-%c. Hyo—Dull. Bar- loy—Quiet. Pork-Dull: mess, 81W631'.'.75 for in»pected. Lard—Duccmbur, SO.U5; January, 50.^1. Live Stock: CiVttlo-No tradlnit in beeves; dressed beef, dull; native Bides, 5K^7«o W ft; Texas and ranjro do, •l^'iij.'iMic. Sheep—Dull and lower; S4.(Kl.i( l . r ,.r>0 |J 1IU Ibs. llo^s—Steady; live hogs, Sl.ftKfJi.OO i;l 1UO Ibs. Tho Turnluff of tlio Leuvcs. . A lunch was given nt Flushing, L. I., last week to celebrate tho turning of the 'leaves. Tho walls of tho dining room - into -wliieli the guesta.were..ushered, wero. Z-l.-iy.-i. "f H'l-.iil-inn, of lIiHKlurns ii is tnken tho liveliest inte.i-.-sl in t.hh i-ongr.'s-*, mi'l Ims gone into it with hi-h h'.pr-s. Wo desire to develop the nnlnrnl rrs'iiirc^s oC our coun- trie.i. We me very 110:11- to th j ILiit •! Stit-s, anJ hnvo ln-tter nio:ii,-i of fii:nniiii.tf.-ntion with It thiin wo Imvj wtt'i Kin-op-. '1'his ifl a nmtl'T simply of coinm M-cinl inli'ivst". V> o havo nlivndy si-vi-ral N-irth Aiiicfioin i-om- rinnies (leilin-; with m. ami wo nmy fiiiil it moro nilvnntiigenni to tnulo still mom ex- tormivolv with Hio U'llt-tl Sintos." Sonor Jnr'into ('iistcilrin'H, "'in of tho il :le- gatni from S:ilva<l if, stid: "dh, wo nro not tolielnfliieiicwl i.n ill! Icait by "hut tlio British mil oilier Jjnnmls »iy of m. Wo naturally diwiro to I)! j.r"<p.-:-iHH nii'l rich, mid therefore this coiifcivnuj with the United Stnt; '9 nhotili} not !«• consider!) I'nn nttnok upon Enslnii.! or nny othur Euro- penn counlrv." Sonor N. Hol-t IVrnza, del-gnto from Vcn- czneln, said: "All thn jiowers of Knropo aro interested in incrcmidK their colnmorco nnd in op.iiiiiR up -mnrkels liy conijngst, and plnping tliuir proiliiotion^-wliiph aro very large. They si o that this C'in;r.-ws will reduce sonio of their ninrkeN, and Unit Iho opportunities will Iw trnnifei-ivd t>) tin United States. The pulitk'iil inton'.-it-i in Amoricn and in the United Stales hnvo tlov.jlopeJ n favorable policy lownnl ot'ner peoples on this continent, wlicri-as Iho Europeans hnvo not Your pet.plu nnvu in^pirod ua.with a feeling of (-(.nllleiiee.whii h Eai-opoansliavo not. Ilrltnlii Not :it All Fcrupiilmi*. "I desire to impn'-n this point upon yonr renders—that tlio E i|;lish nro now on tho- banlcs of Ihe Orinoco, that they 1mvo a part of our minim lenitory nnd (lint they \vnnt to havo tlio irivlpitkm of Hint river. Wo nro nt tho mouth of the gnto lo Ihoso countries in South Anierien. and wo lend to tho Amazon and other great i-ivors. Columbia, Ecuador, all nru oxpos ;d if wo opon this goto tolho Eiii-op:'nn power*. Wo believe that England is not at all scrupulous about taking possession of land. She protonds to have somo such right in our country, nnd if fiho wore allowed to carry .out..her projects It would cndiinitoi' nil Ihciother Bonth Amor- loan count! 1 !.* This eongress will ho a barrier to nil such purposes. That is tho reason England is nitickitig'tis." Other Deleciitos 1 Tinwih Senor Alher.o Nin', of Uruguay, said: "Tho English hnvo one-thirl ot onr commerce. If the United States can do bolter for us wo are not obliged to go on trading with England. The attacks mado by the English preis on tho congress are out of plnce, and aro not warranted." Senor F. , C. C. Z-igarra, tho delegate from Peru, snid: "We hive come, together with tho moat friendly feelings. We hnvo no other otijwt but to enlarge our markets nnd keep them open to fruitful competition. It is not fair for Europeans to attao'.c us. This coiiforenC3 does not mvnn an lutor- foroiico with present engageni nits.'" Senor J. G. Do Amirrol Valontea, of Brazil, SMI.I thnt tho European press ought to nnlt until the congress diil something boforo criticbing it. . VIMIli'i-- in r.in-.i 1 tin;; u)' i ni.t still, ''oth in s;ivs ni;i.-: rofui, :ns' ;tn<l din-iir- mpnlrttd'tli. 1 On K'''' nt fr Philip Ni'ri, tioii, (Haul fiiMiliu-t- for tin- I'i >>•:•• ovon tlii j liocnii'.il fi-i'iiin i a i ,1 tin' ;llnl I'.'Ull . : ,-r, i.-i- i'f l^-i'.'ilii-tinn I'll. 1 R'lin.il .-|i;i))'-l. I.tit • •iViii'I ;i;ifi l>(-rn ini'!'' 1 tlsau ullv iiiiii'-rtalci' din in.i; Jh' 1 - yca i.-i. -- U-.)sUiii .I How lie AAvcrtSspil. A gentleman, li\Kg iu n small city in the West, h!id inrSf'itefi consuniptiun from his father, and th^dontor told him he must die. ilc stopped taking tbpir weakeniiiR- physics and tried Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical Discovery. In three months ho was strong and well. The Kentleman's teiRhbors knew how sickly he foru erly wus, and asked him to stive in public l;ow lie tmd been cured. He advertised to lecture on a certain evening, in the public hall, and there was a larpe audience present. This was his lecture: -A picture of himself, before, and one after, he tried the remedy, and five err."ty bottles of Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. He said nothing, bnt convinced his audience just the snme. It outrivals all—Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, ^^ Tin- Itlvi-rs of Ilnsslrt. The Rus.- inn (Ja/.i'tlL 1 h:i:i received BOIIIO ilisturliirix iiitvlli^eiit-o on tho subject of theTiv.'i-a of Uus>i:i. which play siicli an impoi-Umt p:irt in thf iiitrrnal comrmim- oatiou of the ctniiitry. 'flu- Dnieper has become «» shallow that iK'.vi^ation i,s dif- fieult at even the ileej'.'.--! parts, such an between Kiev iiiulCallieriiioslav. Small boats can only pass now where vessels sailed •formerly. Tho Volga itself is not much better, anil tlio river steainers aro unable to reach Nijni Novgorod. In conseimenee of Ihesi.- facts a strenuous measiivc of river ilreJKiiif;-.uul stricter regulation for the control of the navigation of the greater rivers, such as the Don, the Dnieper, ami Uie Volj;:i, is lie- in^ advocated, and it is believed that the minister of ways of eom.munication haa the subject, uiuler his Herioiu; consideration... Vlnltcil Yulo Collejo. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 11.—The South Amurican visitors arrived here, about !3 p. m, yesterday and vUilo.l Y.'ilo collogo, where they woro welconieil Viy President Uwight. Later they we're driven tho roun 1 of Hi'.' manufacturing"I'UlnlilUlfm'iiU. nnJ at 7:HI p. in. they nt tended n binqaot, nt wb ch Professor Knnpp, ot Yiil.-, svj'cimol them in Spanish—bon'ig raptuiMinly' npp'audol — and then interpreied somiof Ihe, rcsjiunse.s, It was after mi Inight W!I.MI toe vUiinrs were escorted to th<> tniin This morni g the party left for S|'i-iiigll''.l. UenerttI Man-Igor St. John, of tho Roek Islnnl- ruilwnv, lias ordered a thorough investigation of every di'p:irtni3nt of tho company's Horvico whic.i i-jul 1 havi5 had any connection with tho recent accident nt South Euglewood. . At Terra Haute, Ind., Thurslay nix heats in tho 2:10 pacu wero made, In ths average timo ot 2:10 1-0, tho fastest boing by II«1 Pointer—2:18. Pointar won tho race. Johnston pacu.l u milo in 2:IW, tho first % of which wero done in l:3t. r^j TO HEAL ALL ir.OGI> CONTAGION. Tinrr.rsT it Tin-. 1 WOULD. I thin!: r.jvIft'H F)Kcllitt I:i the het-t blood remedy ju Hit-\vnild. 1 hiive l:;Knv:i II. lo nwUeBome wonderful cures of piitk'iit'' \\ !m '.vcro considered inciirahTi*, j). M. Gr.AYSON, Crowville, I.:l. Treatise on r.looil nnd ri;in Disease* mailed, free-.' Tun SWIFT fir>.c-:nr Co., Tirwer .'i, Atlanta, fi-7. A CHANGE. painted a yellowish cream, with brown tones in tho frieze- mid. a flush of red in the cornice warming the brown. Tho fireplace and tlio deep window seats wero filled with maple boughs flashing from yellow into tho -most vivid . crimson. Maple boughs hung • from the chandeliers, and twigs of maple and oak and brownish yellow chestnut leaves filled n hugo old yellow bowl that stood iu the middle of tho table. The hostess wore n cream colored Bilk, with brown brocade redingoto and crimson sash, and flaming leaves fluttered down through tho menu cards that lay by tho napkiiis. Each guest received as a favor a chestnut twig bearing a prickly burr, which, when opened, proved to bo u satin lined bon- bonniere. — Now York Stall and Express. SUCCESSOHS.TO O. A. Oliver. BOOKS, STATIONERY and Wall Paper. Astr. Your When old Judge Jowler was tucked in Jiia little bed by Mrs Mouser he couldn't sleep a wink until tho excel lent woman had brought a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Then he crossed his little bands and sunk in sweet repose, . Who, like Mozart, has traversed tho immense scale of buimtn passions? Who has touched their fur distant limits with such unswerving accuracy, equally proof against tlio ineptitudes of false grace and tbo brutalitiea of lying violence? Who elso could thrill with anguish and horror tbo purest and most eternal forma? * * * Oh, divine Mozart, didst tbou Ho Indeed on tho bosom of infinite beauty, even as ouco thu- beloved disciple lay on the Saviour'u braise, and didst thou druw up tbenco tho incomparable groco which denotes tho true elect? Uounlooiw naturo had given tht-e uvery gift — gruci; and utrotigtu, fullut-is said sobriety, bright upuntar.tHty and burning tenderness, all iu that perfect balance which makes up tho irroiistiblo PCTWCIS of thy chwm, and which ran of the*. 1 tlm £uu*leijm of luuoictiii*. ggettter tSi«M» U«i gTi-atwot, liia oojy Otta ot ekll— • The Now 1'ork Wurlil IliiMUlne:. NKW YOUK, Out. 11. — Tim ceromony of laying the eorner-ritoiio of tui ne\v World building took plura yi'Btcnlny "afternoon in the prosonoo of ri'presuntativo citizona of Now York nnd elsewhere. Amon^ tho .promlnont_BPi.ll!.f."i.?il.uri'sent_wcro_Goyi'£iipi f Hill, Clmunc;y M. D.-paw, Mayor Grant, George \V. UhildS, Col. Taylor (o( Tba Boston Globe), nnd .P. M. Smith (of Tho Auburn Dispute 1 !)). Mr. T'uliUT is nl'iHitiu Europo and on his behalf Col. Jnhii A. Cookcrill mailo tho introductory n ldix-3-i. Bishop Tuttle, of Missouri, made Iho invocation, nnd Josoph PulitZM-, Jr., n boy of -1 yviirs, laid tho cor- ner-stuiie. Tlio forniiil uildresi wus dellr- erod by C.iau •»:.->)' M. D-p,;w. Tliu Nutloiiut Grunge. WoncESTun, Masi., Ojt.'ll.— Jamss Draper, ol Wore. Btor, ovivseur-of thu National Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, yesterday issued the itinerary of the viaitura from ihe the eastern atnU's to thu rn.-ating of the Nii- tioual Grange in Bucraiu^nto, Cal., in No- vomlK-r. The pricj of lickoU from Boston to Chicago will bo $ IS; from that point to San Francisco mid return $10). Natiillo Cuttllis n, Wmll. r ____ BF.r.dii\n>;, ().;t 11,— Qmon Natalie haa just given an order for uow furniture for her palace, nnd carefully instructed tho makei-d (o adorn it with tha royal , arms. The governinent party nro furious ovor tho quc-en'd ult'jr disi-og ir.! of their authority, but appear to bj entirely without rocourso. Lut Jllm Op to thi> roil. BCBANTON, 1'tt., Out. 11.— Ttio grand Jury yesterday relurn-d indictmunU lor embei:- uii'.l lure-any against Ca*lii«r Jossup. tlm H -nint,>:i Cit}- bunk bjr niiwippropi-iatin; Jl Ji.DO.) of iu funjs. It had bo.'ii stated that J'-isup would escape trial by reason of UH iiniuviblo s)t hmient. Thull- I.lnl>llll1«> A PKOVIUKM.'!-:. U 1 , Oct. 11.— -Th» ivp-irl o! the B-ssijjui-tu o( tin- Uiverslils Ojiveyo MilU According to Your Needs. JAMES MEANS 64 SHOE 9x light and stylish. It ilia llhoa 'stoc-liliiR, anil KnouilJKS . ISO " UKEAKINiriN,"bo- 1 Inn perfectly easy tho llrst tlmo It . Is worn. It will Mllsrj- tho most -usOdlotll. .TA7UKS MEANS .83 SHOE ii utisolutcly Iho *•' "illy shoo of Its price which has ever been placed ex' teiislvely on tfio market 111 which durability 'a considered before nicru out- wottl J. MEANS & CO., Boston. Full linea of tuo above shoua foi* Bale by - J. R. BELL &. SOXJ Ills rVmciiit uii'.l lur who -wrei-kud FREE ,—, Sstccau. tsane Persons Restorcfl* jj>: KLINE'S OKKAT NERVED RESTORER - f - — - - -^ ---. fittt Spilt 11* it, tftff. lN?iti,.blB if tnkoa u ilimuJ JVj Fit* afar .flrtt ilay't tu«, Trsatiie ftnd 1)2 tri*l bottU fta« u rn pttltiiw, ih«r pajiuf •zt^ru* ctuT^ei ou box wfata •. I*. U'. «ad eit-rpu «rfJffcM at

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