Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 14, 1889 · Page 4
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Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, October 14, 1889
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14. ohic'tf-ns. CATARHH CUKKD, health and Bweot breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Rsmofly. Frice no cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Perry, tho (Jruprgi&t, and J. M. Bicfcford, Falls. Y. L u u ' RocJc Always nt pa vnlua- of a rich man. -The daughter INVALID AND TO! 1). Tanner's Re-Rating of Sanderson's Pension. BEOHETART NOBLE OALL37.TBfi.OIL WHY WILL YOU congh when Shut, s Cure will Rive you immediate relief. Prico 10 eta., BO eta., and 81. For Bale by Perry, tho druggist, »nd J. ML Bickford, Kock Falls. When the season's spill tho mustard. over—whoa you All Grocers sell SANTA CLAUS SOAP. Made by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, 111. Don't stoil vonr Feet with CHEAP SHOES' Sea that EVERV PAIR la STAMPBD THE BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Don't allo-w YOUR dealer to palrn off any substitute for the Kor- reot Shape," as we have arranged to supply any one in the Unitec States who cannot get thea« goods of OUK aRnnta. and prepay nl delivery charges, thus Tbringins them to your door without extra 0 ??<«'BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Shapt" Shoes are made in four grades, viz. Hand-made, H»nd-wel Burtwelt uid Machine Sewed, which Is stamped on the sole in addition to our trade-mirk above. J. P. OYERHOLSEE A »°;% STEELING, ILL. JACOB E1SELE, THE LEADING f.Is now prepared to take orders for gentlemen's suits and over- coata for fall and winter. Now in stock all kinds of cloths, cas- simere and overcoatings and ,the finest stock of pants goods ever shown in this city. Leave your 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 tiie benefit. Little, Johnr'io JJay lies hero, HH neither criea uor frets; He just had reached his thirteenth year- Cigarettes. > SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. U cures consumption. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J.M. Bickford Kock Falls. SHILOH'S CUKE will immediately relieve Croup. Whoopinjt Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, the dmpcist, and J. M. Bickford, Hock ailffl ' Grounds for debate—Uncle Tobe anys: "Undah de lilac bushes am de bes' groun' fob de bait I knows." JBrare Up. You art feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are fidgeUy, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which have for their basis very cheap, bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave you in a worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will dud in Electric Bitters, and only. ,50 cents a bottle at B. B. Strickler'a Drug store A yen anolk) ink sketch—The kind , ju make when your ink bottle is full >f "fuzz" for your pen to catch on. THEKEV.GEO. H. TIIAYER, of Bo irbon, Ind., Bays: "Both myself and wif« owe our lives to SHILOFl'S CONSUMPTION CUKE." For sale bj 'erry, the druggist, and 'J, M. Bichford Rock Falls. A beassly bore—The hole made by a dull augur. Hlbbnrd'fl Khenmatlc and JLIvcr Pllla These Pills are scientifically com pouuded, uniform in action. No grip ing pain so 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, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appe tizer, they excel any other preparation. A foregone conclusion—The novel that skips from America to Africa in its last chapter. Tonight and Tomorrow might. And each day and night during this week, you-can get at all dmugiBts Kemp's Balaam for> tho Throat and Lungs, acknowledged to be the moat successful remedy ever sold tor the euro of Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis Whooping Cough, Asthma and Consumption. Get a bottle today and keep On tlie Grnnml Th;it It Win Ornntwl Kn- E iir<ll«"t« of tho Kti!<"<—Tti- Rcnntor Returns Hln Ortlflcnto \vltll Sumo Intcr- ••ntlnR Ce»mm«in««, Bint Thon Glyen » TiiMVipnyier III* VIOTT4 <>f retlKlom In Oonnrnt — Ciipt. Thnmnt' MnslciU Wiro — Capital Noim. WASHINGTON CITY, O.-t. 1-1 —S.-ert-tiry Noble bns docitU'.l thnt tho ro-rntl-ic; of Ron- ntor Mandonntri rwtHl.-m by Commission.-r Tm-mor wrw illoptl, mi 1 so informed tho Sim- Btor on tho 30th of lust month. Tho rn- rnting, he duel les, having b(>e:i without np- plieution, and without nir-dicnl examination, was not in pursunnco of tho usual practice, nor in cornplinnco .with rulo, ami WM therefore unwarranted. Senator Mantlflrann'9 Reply. Since receiving this notice, Sountor Mnn- derson bns returned Iho ro rated certificate for cancellation with n lottor to tho S'.tcro- tary, In which ho said: "It is due myself to siy, however, that at no time since I was advise;! of the Issuo of this certificate have I ontortninod a purpose to retain what might bo duo under it t> my own use, but I did certiinly desira to show my right to it if tho s.ops loading to it had beoa regular, and hnd tho warrant of strict ° .. - . . .-i _i_i. i. TT«i. it always in the house, so you can check your cold at once. Price 50c and Sl.OO. Sample buttles free. la Now the birch rod's pitter patter • Can be heard throughout the land, And at meals the festive schoolboy Usually prefers to stand. A Wew'lMseovery. 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. A CHANGE. SUCCESSORS TO O. A. Oliver. BOOKS, STATIONERY and Wall Paper. The prize ring—Maidens say it's the peal of the wedding bells. Symptoms of If oart Disease. Diseased hearts are as common as diseased lungs, kidneys or stomach, but far less understood. The symptoms are shortness of breath, when sweeping, etc., oppression in the chest, faint, weak or hungry spells, dreaming, pain or tenderness in the side, swelling feet, dropsy, etc. The unnatural circulation of the blood in the lungs, stomach, kidneys, liver and brain causes other symptoms. The only reliable remedy for the heart yet discovered is Dr. Miles' New Cure. Try it and be', convinced. Sold by A. E. Hendricks or J. M. Bickford. The lap of earth—When your neighbor's fence line laps over your best meadow a foot or so. law as well ns of nubstantial right. You Bay in your opinion 'iho pensioner, who was a chivalrous oCtlcor, wbosj merits aro not to ba indicated by a pjusiri labla rating, wns not a voluntary party to the jiotlim in Ibis matter, and, itnppnir*, ho noither nought nor expected it.' This Is, perlmp<, full vindication of the couwe I hive pursued, and forlhesoand other kindly wir Is ill your courtooui letter, I tlinnk ynu." reunion* Not a Milttoi- ol CImrltT. Tho Post publishes nn Interview with the senator about his lottor to tbo secretary and re-rating pensions in general. In whicU bo "In making my original draft of tho lot- tcr to tho secretary I went into tho matter of tho re-ratlin of pensions nt some length, but cut'out that pnrt of it when I mailed it, as somewhat irivljvant, I wjiit into tho matter to show that tho gnriiiu^ of a pension is not a matter of charity, bus mirely tho consummation of a contract tho Uuited States government ma In wlti the mon who went into the civil wur to doTo id tho Union. Reparation for Injury. "The government.'practlciilly said to thesn men by tho acts of congress that ware passed: 'You risk your livei for the stability of the government' It you como out well and safe th-n» is no liab.lity on our part, but if you rec'jivu injuries, then, ns far n« posiib'e, wo will mnku you a reparation. 1 Now that reparation can bo practically mntlo but in o^ way, and that i» by giving a inmioy reparation, which from the magnitude ot thw ngJiregiite iiumbor of contracts must bo limito I. If it were said that only th» indigent should ivivive this reparation, Ih?n. u s:ur wink! l.v; <• >?t upon every poiiBionur of Iho govoi iniisnt, and i»s a matter of justico. tha reward should ba sufficient for hia support. . But this is not tho case. The pensioners of the government are not paupers, and iiidigonco u not and should not be a necessary qua IfU-ation of the pensioner; and the idea that seems to be current to th it effect is far from c >rrect nronghl. Out by Newspaper Ahuso. "I said iu my former litter to the commissioner of pensions that I did not s-ok this rotating of my pension, and knew nothing of Mf. Fred IHiell h»9 tahr-p, s'.iTiui!.n^fs ] of Uis o'xcnnuon ra^r"? to Wfishinptou, O ("!., P.IK! vfill visit the in company with the Knights Tomplar. There are quite a number of Catholic children here prepRring themselves for confirmation, which will tftke place at Ohio Station in tho near future. Kev. F. L. Baldwin nnd l«dy, who have been attending the M. 1C. confer- rnce at Ottawa, returned home Wednesday. Ab. Fannnrd hna purchased the bouse and lot belonging to the Catholic paisonaga of Charles Burden. Charles Brown has purchased a poultry business in Bradford, in this State, and has commenced buying nnd shipping. Mr. Brown's family will remain hero. Dan irbank has gone with him and will work for Mr. Brown this winter. Our school directors have concluded to furnish and open Koom No. 4, \vhicli will call for one more tencher. It will add materially to the advantage of the school, aa the rooms areibsdly crowded and there are more to come. This Is a good move in the right direction, with Cora Patterson aa teacher. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Greenman and Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown left Monday for a visit to Dakota, where they will spend a month. Bert says that he will do some hunting, you just bet. . Bufus Aldrich is waitina on customers in Greenman drug store, while Burt is chasing the jack rabbits in Dakota. The race track association met Mon- THEY CAN: ENOUGH TH :-MP:?.D FA SI DEMAND. Dlfllr In H VTiiy "! »•>"«[ ...l-'ri-n In Drnn It. is full- UlO foivt < '"H nr". Only Nrstun.l I'IUM! -A y Tiint IitNmv Vfrj-Mm-li ri-vli c',,miiil->-.l««irTi.Ui«. Bneklen's Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and postively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund' ed. Price 25 cents by D. B. Striokler. per box. For sale A wise saw—To see your way clear out of a scrape. . at one* ril»blt>b trad* ia all p«m, by ior «»' IBM (tin« *x>d* wbcn* UJ« ptoplo can them, W* will Kid ir«c to on« p*r=oo inucb loc»!itjf.lbe rrry M*t t*wiag-me&n« m*d« la world,with ill tba »ttachroenti. Wo witSaUo MndfreCt camplclt llneof onr cosilr And miu*bl« «tt let. . ID rclarn wt uk that yen what w« wnrt, to tfcc«ft who y cmll *i your iftcr 3 cnibi all chaff becotot your own attty. Th!a rrjnd Biachloe u EtleafUr the Sinter p*'*"!*, Wch have run out: )TFror«paimi> ma oat It aold far SU3. ttiib th« ftitcehmema. and oonr wllf for >O. Deit,MronKe*t,tnoMtuo- arhUi* in tht world. All U _ ^"* c«p)ral rerrvlnd. Plain* i ci»«o. 'I boM i*h') wriie to u» u on«« e*n •»• b««t »cwinp-ronhino to lln worid, t&4 tb« rk§ef hisbart«vrr »bown t&jetherlu Am*rlco* 71O. j4-uB You tbould rcadTHBduCA- CO DAILY NEWS because you buy. 1'iiit DAILY News is a member of the Associated Prcsa. This means Ihst its news service ia unsurpassed. Two til its stuff . live in Washington the year round, and are exclusively occupied In ill service. It has tipecial correspondents throughout the United States, and in the leading capitals of Europe. U has U'3i people rcgulajly on Its pay roll. It tat™ between $5,500 and $6,000 per week to pay them—nearly £300,000 a year. Its expenditures aggregate very nearly $1,000,000 annually. All this means quality. •—Its circulation Is 230,000 a day- -over m'tlllon B week—and it costs by mail 35 cts. month, four mc-nths $1.00,— trtu ce»tt» &:y. Says the Southern Btedtcal World: "Mother's Friend" is growing in fay- or throughout the South and is highly recommended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they must pass through the ordeal of -childbirth __ Write- Hradfleld Keg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists. The English Hunter's Point— Marrying an American heiress. She Wag Completely Cared. A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used one bottle of BradQeld'a Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. Heliums, Water Vailey, Miss. Write the Bradfield Eeg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists. Lowering the record, odds against you—Lugging down a Congressional report from the topmost shelf. CEOUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and. J. M. Bickford. Kock Made of the missed—What you win on your opponent's bob-tail flush. FITS.-All fits stopped free by Dr Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits alter first day's use. Marvellous cures. Treatise and 82.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch St., Phila., Pa. ^ d&w We oft hear mentioned, as we pass through life, The model husband and the model wife; But sad to say, we very seldom see The two residing in one family. Tnelr Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a revival of trade at D. B Stricklei's Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their trade Is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test It before buying .by- gettiiig-a-trlaL-battle free, large size 81. Every bottle warranted. Now across the backyard gate . Sounds the old domestic yell, As Ophelia calls to Kate, "Can't y ou make y our jellyj ell t" "To Be, or Blot to Be T" Soliloquized the melancholy Dane. A sea ot troubles opposed. He shrank before them; ambition lay dead. Life, as he viewed it, rested under a yellow cloud, tinged with green. Hamlet, to my mind, was bilious. The blood, diseased, carried through the natural gates and alleys of the body, made life a burden; and the Ills of the body magnified in a tenfold degree his other ills, it until tho ilowspap-'W hail opened up on mo •with n mass of abuse for that with which I hnd nothing W (io. I did not think it possible thnt Hiu-li nlmsu coulil bo hiuipu.l upon the men who went to tho front during the war under such circumstances as nttondod my own fnsi-. I now drop thu nutter, nnd ao for ns liny pr< sent intention I have will not further cnll this cu'jo up." Surgeon Genornl'o Report. WASHINGTON Crrf, Oct. 14.—The annnnl report of Supervising Surgooa General Hamilton, of tho marine hospital aarvica, for the flat-al year ended Juno 3), 1841), was made public yesterday. The report showa that nearly 50,000 seamen were; treated during the year at inarino.hospitals nnd relief stations, moro than 1,000 in excess of tho number ever betoro treated in ono year. It contains much valuable Information about the yellow fever, and a paper by Dr. G. M. Sternberg, of tho army, on the Mexican and Brazilian methods of treatment by inoculation, .tbo conclusion bolng that the methods nro of no value. Mnnlcal Mr». Thoman. WASHINGTON Crrv, 14.—The wife of Copt John R. Thomas, of Illinois, is in a fair way both fame anil fortune a* a musical corapowr. Her song, "Tho Golden Rod," was played by G.luioro'j band at tha BU LouU exposition nmid p;reat enthusiasm, being repeatedly encored. .Mrs. Thomna composed both the and music of this song, which is declared to bu one of the prettiest things of its kind in the world, in a single day. Bho nbo prepared the orchiutration and it was from ber manuscript that Gil- rnore's musicians rendered tho music at 8k Louia. day evening in the Tornado office to elect officers. A. S. Brewer was elect ed president; Geo. B. JacksOn, vice president; F. H. Knox, treasurer; C. F. Gifford, secretary. Work will be commenced in a few days on the track to put it in shape for the races. Mr. Charles Noon, living nfiar York town, lost a very valuable horse, he dropping dead while hitched to the wagon. The Misses Hendrecken will open a dress making shop in the building formerly occupied by O. JB. Kelson, as a shoo shop. , — We nro happy to learn that Rev. F. L. Baldwin will be returned J;o this place os pastor of the M. E. church for the ensuing year. At a business meeting o£ the Bap tist church Saturday, they voted unanimously to extend a call to the Rev Wm. Morrison to become pastor of the church. 'jay .Mori-ln is movlr :i ; into "-pm-tof Mrs. Hughes' house. . Mr. A. W. Arnold has gone to Buda for a load of apples. He says he can get them for 45c per bushel. The book auction will commoner Tuesday in Union Hall. David McMillen is building a barn on his property in the village. J. II. Cain is doing the work. James Brown has been troubled of late with that unruly arm of his. He beceme uneasy about it it was so badly swollen. He called Dr. Smith and he opened it and there was a great amount of pus came out, which relieved him. The race that took place at Prophetstown last Saturday between Cale Yon' ger of Spring Valley and O.d Swan, of this place, resulted in the latter getting badly btiaten. By the way some of our P. 0. candidates are kijfcing somebody has got left. Well, such is life. This world is full of disappointments. W, H. Harrison has placed in his store a fine new stove. Will always believes in making his customers comfortable. Mrs.'Attie Marse is expected home from Nebraska this week, where she has been to avoid having the hay fever. Mr. D. McMillen tendered his resignation as school treasurer and the board of trustees appoiuted as his successor A. T. Glasaburn. • WEUNS Tin lr IK -Unif iml-A -.-',mi« Hint !l'." fr..<K, with all 'iti'vcr int"l!""t h-j mn.y pos- IV p'lhhr nlU'iitimi tb:it. Is iini.1 <ln-"ct-! townr.1 him. i-: is na! ui-ally of a OIT nnd rotirin.-'iii-i'oMiinn, nriivly s'-kinp ^x-'nsion on: all (iiru:-i"ni «h-T.> ni»n d.siru tn gratify their fondue^ for him. mi* it is snf'.- to say Unit ho lnvi's m.'ii far l<-s tlir.n men lovo him. This is, for Hi" r«]nliivs-< mm have, for the <i'iwr little amphibian in solely duo to the promptings of tho pnlntn nnd stomach, nnd mrui's Is "death to thu frogs." Naturally, h') iibji-cts nnil shrinks niodi.-stly from obsi'i'v.itlon wlii-n tho hunter pursues him. Ncverthcli'Si Hi" pursuit Is kept lip, nnd from year to year almost romitli-w numbers of tho batrnphmns aro slnin. Mr; Frns begins lifo nan tndpole, nnd mcl ' poles nro c-nsily Iwtclird nntl reared. Th» fertile American commercial instinct from timo to timisseizes on the notion that nothing Is much easier than to procure a suitable mnrsli, stock it willi tadpoles, furnish cheap food, which is nil that is »?sumed to bo necessary, nnd wait for tho tadpoles to become frogs and multiply. Then, argue many sanguine persons, it will bo easy to supply tho market with frogs' legs at thirty or forty or fifty cents a pound. Olio proposition which goes to support the theory of this scheme- is indisputable. There Is a constant demand in all tho grcatmnrkots of this country for moro frogs' legs than aro ever supplied, and the price seldom falls very low. FROO CULTUI1E STILL TODNO. It was with a view to learning the facts about tlieso frog farms, how they nro con- ductesi, wln-rothey urc, «;»! ivhat tlio measure of thoir success I ins been, thnt a writer Fish Commissioner Eugene O. Cholera Dfftnn Quarantine.' druggi Falls. lift- wnatiBHr «i ^ Wil!^ ".^»i Mt •Kaai& te H '\M»\ t.\ A Untenable evidence— The counterfeit S10 bill you ofler for security. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiloh'e Cure. We guarantee it For sale by Perry, the anifjgiBt, and J. M. Bickford, Kock Falla Under, done—The bottom dog at the end of a fight, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh'a Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the draggiat, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falla, In apple pie order—Tha Yankee siomach, three times a day. Wanted. And 100 men to call on any di uggist for a free trial pacttasce of Lttise's Faui- ity Medicine, tho great root and herb by Dr. SUa» Laiio the Purify the blood, «ive new life and action to the system, take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and your drowsiness, lack of appetite, chilly sensations, yellow skin, bad breath, will all depart, as tha morning mists are dispelled by the rising sun. 6tJ NABBED A TRAIN-ROBBER. The Trainmen t'utrln Idol In tlia First Act ot HI* Gimie. VlHOINNBS, lad., Oc . M.—Aboldnttcmpt to rob tlie Oliio and Mississippi possanger train, No. 6, dun hure at 1 iVXI n. in., was frustrated yesterday m'>rtilii£ by tba truiu- man, botwoeu Bri Ig-.-port au.l Lawrenceville, Ela. An unknown man wiw discovered in tha act ot pulling thj coupling pin from the rear coac'j. Ttio Intention of tho robber was to disoonn?ct iho last coach Iroui the train, and with <ir five aooomplires, who were ou tho tt>;> of t!if> cur at the tiroo, attempt to rob the fius.-ung.'rs at some lonely »pot on the roail. TliuioMur caught in tho act of pulling tlie p:n feignwl drunkenness. He, Itowover, wus tnUen tlirouKb here to Wa>hloj;tou and placed lu Jail. His aecora- pliets, who first boai-ilod tu j train sioar Ol- noy. escaiwd. "Mother, may I go to speculate ?" "My son, you hadu't ougliter, But if you n;u»t, please do St straight, And don't go n*ar the watisr." uw, tip sud Por eotu4iJs«Hlott tslia St. cured ; th<3 n: Ui» iull of by orator, having his WASHINQTON CITY, O^t 14 —John Henry Haynes, consul at Bagdad, Turkey, writes to the state I'opartmeut under dote ot August 22, that cholera was raging then in Bagdad and the surrounding country. It originated aninu^ the Aralw in southern Mesopatamia, nnd spread rapidly in spite of quarantine restrictions. In Bagdad fifty- nine deaths were reported in one day. A Man from Kli-ln Appointed, WASHINGTON CITY, Oct. 14.—Another of tho pension office employes has had his services dispensed with. Chief B.nith, of the certificate division, has had his resignation accepted. He steps down to inaka room for L. M. Kolley, a Grand Army m*n and ao- tivo Eopublicau, of Elgin, Ills. Btooln B»d tho I'emlon Itaroau. WASIIINOTON CITY, Oct. 14.—A telegram from New York says that ex-Congressman Bteele, on being questioned an to his chances for the pension commissionerahip, said he did not believe thu president had yet determined whom be would oftc-r appoint. Buffered for 1IU CarelenHnKM. IBONWOOD, Mich., Oct. 14.-JAt Watersmeet yesterday morning Eiginoor Kelly, of the Milwaukee, JLaka Bhore and Western railroad, carelessly ran bis engine Into a number ot box cars standing on a side track. The engine was thrown completely ovar, nud the engineer and fireman were severely and perhaps fatally scalded by escaping steam. 'Sor»la'« Ycmns King Visits HI* Ma. BELOEA.DE, Oct. 14.— The young king, accompanied by hia tutor, went to tha residence of hi* uioth-jr, ex-Q.ioon Natalie, Saturday, and iwnalm'd with her two liourn A LIGHTNING MAIL TRAIN. j One on thn Canadian I'aclllo to Cross Uie <'oii[|[iunt luFiiur Uaya. BANOOB, Me., Oot. 14.— Tim Canadian Pacific has porfacto-1 a tiiuo tjbla fwr the running ot rt fast nmil train which for speed will eclipaa enytbini! in tba history of rail- rOHiliu;;. N'D pas«>iu;'"'* «'!(! l» laki'n, and ttiaturun iri>m Vau<.'>iuvor ur l*ort Mixxly, B. C., [>> ?5 r - Jjuit, I 1 *'. H — fi->ita tbo Pat-ill* -«o tt>o All.iii'.ii'. u» lou'r Jay». It wtw »»• quostECi by tfi's Uoiiiti g(,¥i-r!i!,!i-mt for tl-.e »^ft4f tri»R'-'.i. tit MI-J .!*«.;h*U mail which THE ASSOCIATION WIND-UP.' Brooklyn mid St. LouU Kuiiuliip; a. Clone Ilnoo for the Pi-mmnt. CHICAGO, Ojt. 14—Tin iHtt'j In the American Base Ball nss'iciation is about as 7roso"bbl\VB5n~tho--tw»l«ul!n< club* as-that, between the luit'taru in tha L) i%u i. with the third and fourth not only rKiAi to ea<-h other, but also wall up with tl;j first two; Brooklyn has the laad by only ninn poinU and two more games ard seiie luUd, so th'at. tho series will havo to b) played, out possibly before it is known who ;;uis ill.) pennant. The stanJin.; up;o lust night wan ns follows: Kij 18.1 1:1:1 1:17 Oct. 12—Ful!i 27 Lost. 41 41 SB fll 03 77 too »wiiiK are by Am.-r:cin imo;;i-ition Brooklyn Bit. T,OU!S ,, Atlilntlo Cincinnati .... Baltimore CotumbuH Kansu City .. , Louluvlllo .... CHICAGO, scores made ball clubs Saturday: At i'liiliidotphia—Ath- letic 7, Baltinuire .•>—s'x miiing?, pa In; nt Columbus—Columbus 7, iiroolilyn 5; at Louisville—!l.i II, Kansas City 4. Bunday:. At Colunibiu—Columbus 1, Brooklyn M; at Louisvilk—Louisville !>, Kiims Oily 6; at Philadelphia—Baltimore 4, AtilolioS— five inning*, b;id we>:ither. St. Louls-Cin- cianati gnmesMtoppjil boUi on Saturday and Sunday by ruin. Hogus Pictures. A leading critic has this to say regard- Ing bogus pictures: Tho counterfeiting of pictures is so serious an evil, aud so dangerous a fraud, extensively practiced as it is by deulera anil clever mailers of the technical detail of art, that the peo- plo ure likely to grow so suspicious that they will doubt Uie genuineness of ali paintings unless they have actually Been them on tho easels of the artists. The most distinguished luuuesuro those ofteu- est counterfeited, and Hie fraud is most commonly practiced when Iho men fire dead, na in tho e;u-'j of Carol r.iid Diaz. It thoso two famous painters produced a fraction of all Iho piclurOH which havo biscn sol'.l as thcir.s wiUiiu thu last iivo or ten yearn, t»A>ii!t's tht>*o known to Ira uutheatic, they iitusl liavo wielded the applied to Blackford. "Frog culture," said the commissioner, "is still in its tadpole state. Tho facts ure very few and sl.-upli. Frogs breed just like fish, [t is easy to got tho Bpuwn and to hatch it out. As yon aro probably nwnro, tho hatching* are tadpoles, a minuto, globular mass, with a vibrating tail. These little fellows nt first are half tnmspnrrat, lint rapidly darken in color nnd increas!! in sizu. After a few weeks the tail shrivels, the li^s make an appearance, the head separator from tho body, and the tadpole has become a trap;. Ho is a very active and vivacious young person at this time, and cat* all kind*of nnhnal food. "Frog culturibtH at. this stage feed him with raw meat, liver, heart and waste that have been chopped very Him. lie grows rapidly until ho is six months old, nnd then invariably fnlls sick, nnd In a majority of cases dies. Tlio reason appears to lio in tho diet. So far as wo know, a frog lives on Insects. Ho prefers them alive, but when hungry eats them when they nro dead. In thcso cases, when frogs have bean fed on flics, they have. nhvays IH'uSiKircil. "An ii. is a. pruutiea! impoKi-lbility to gut enough flies and other insects to feed a regiment of these batrachians the frog farmer la compelled to uso meat instead. Tho result Is the sickness and mortality I have described. It Is so great as to make i.U frog culture a financial failure. Out of a hundred frogs, anywhere from sixty to ninety-five die when they are six mouths old. "Even as it stands, n f.reat deal of work 'is being done. Frogs are, if not raised, at least fed and fattened .Tor. the market in New York, New Jersey /and especially in Ontario (Canada), Tennessee nnd many of the western states. There is a wonderful variety ill the sizes attained. Those around this part, of the country nro seldom largo. "A d'oxi-n pair ot hind legs from New York and Now Jersey weigh u pound on au average; tho same number from Ontario will run three or four pounds, while from Tennessee and Missouri they go ns.high as five and even six pounds. The consumer naturally prefers a largo to n small leg. This is well illustrated by tho price list. When llui Now York and New Jersey frogs have a monopoly of tho market—cold weather keeping Canadian and high freights western ai : ticlos»ut of tho city, because they cannot bo caught in cold weather—they bring from !!0 to 50 cents a pound. When, later on in tho year, the Ontario legs are received, tho domestic article falls to :Ml cents nnd tho Ontario and westerns bring from -!'J to IK) cents a pound. "In Ontario the frog business is conducted on a large scale. The French Canadians inherit thoir talent In this Held from Uielr ancestors and are more skillful thau any of their competitors. "Tliftdemnnd for frogs' legs Increases much more rapidly than the supply. In 1SCO scarcely twenty pounds a day were sold in Kulton market, while now it is no uncommon thing to dispose.) of 2,000 and even 8,000 pounds in u morning. At first the demand was confined to Kreiieh and Italians. Americans shared Unit curious British prejudice, engendered no doubt by the long wars Ix* tween England and France, which regarded beef as the only food fora man, frogs, the favorito delicacy of Paris, as a pitiful substitute for meat, and in consequence called every Frenchman a 'frog eater." By degrees the Germans and then tho Americans began to call for frogs until finally every first class hotel and reataunittt..iii-tha.Jand_hs4_tko<n_ upon their bill of faru. Tho difference between tho demand and supply ifl well illustrated by tho price. Twenty -years ago it was only about one-half of what it is now, ftud it has increased steadily during that period. Uis evident to anyone who gives the matter thought that unless frogs are raised in captivity for tho great city markets, before many years have gone by tho price will be so high as to make the'delicacy a luxury as costly as the finest U'rrapfn. "In catching frogs there, has been little or no change in my recollection. Tho favorite method is tt hook and line, with a small piece of red flannel as a bait. This Is employed more than oil other methods combined. In Ontario they havo a practice which has been used tn France and Belgium for centuries; Is a monthly magazine devoted to the hygiene and care of Infanta and young children, and all that pertMns to tho routine of tho nursery. It la now In its fifth year. The Congrsgation- aliet recently said of H : *'DAnTHOOD BfOmt utmost IndlsponRnfola to th» houMhold In whlctj there aro young i-hlldrrn K l« for tho vMonU »nd thu rmrV. and Is pnrt<-<! rnll ot Important nig- BMtlons of a rrncllcnl o.lmrMti'r. From per- ioDKl of !.i» Uflcf ulnea. we commend It warmly." And the Chicago Advance : ••No mother but mn« spprwlsU iltt w!«» and helpful »up5*Btlon«. enil bo p'tefa' tor the solving of iiorl'loiltles and tho helping orof huril place, wlilch OTerr one cpmw to who has tho euro of yoimj children. W« commend It to every mother In the land. • A-lso the New York Graphic • " Th mcc(»r.s of this pcrlodlral hM b«n enormoni. It nmkoi yonnR molhcni fo«l thnt tlio only nubjnct worUiy ot attention U at laat beluff recognized." Every Intelligent father and mother should read It regularly. Their children •will bo healthier and happier. It -will ro- duco tho work of caring for them, nursing them, dressing them, amusing tliera. Letteri from subscribers frequently contain such testimonies as these, lately received : "1 am Bml^fnl to DAnTnoon : I have Been btittwo mim!>ord, but have loomed BO muctt from those llmt I foci 1 nhclild 1)0 dul'ig- my children* wrong If I Bhould fall of the opportunity to Ir-aru more." "The htlp It bu Lt-en to u« would Imvo astonished me had It been predicted bororehimd." "I'liynlolan aa 1 urn. your maffazlno is. the most welcomo and'onilMntce It him given ma lu Uia agomont ot my cnlltlrcn." You want n sample copy— Prlco 15 ocnln. 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It is n u- '/KI-S' maoailne—s nunur}- lii'lp. lUlMof < r.Miiun on mcdK-ul iuhjccta c'ltiii-il^rn many t j!'-ei!.,^i.i of Uu> hlirheiic prufefiuUmul f.[uuUin^. Tlie SprliiKlleliKMaui ) f/nmn says: "It 1- ivnlljf aqllaHtlon whut iho niolh'-r« of Mttlo linhlei UM'<1 to do before tin? oxrpllout llttlo niu«a/liio H.iiiviui-.n was unblisl'i-il. No number run l--i U.U«HI wltlu.i.- '.ha Itwa l»t-lntf fr'Jt..' 1 Mn-Lis. "Why, Addle, you needn't cry about «! I only (Hid Mt«. Allen wn» » very well- informed woman, and I wished you would follow ' P.O. •U76 .(M7 .553 .0*8 san .437 JW7 .198 thf her example." Mra. LM. "Tea, and la»t-week yon «ald you wished I could manage to look as etyliih ae Mn. Allen,—and the makca all her own clothes. Bat die has what I haven't." MB.LM. "What in that I" Mra. Lra. " Well, ehe gem all of her Information from the Magazine they take. I admit that ehe knows all that Is going on, anil IB bright and entertaining In converaatlon: but I could do as well as iho doea If 1 hail the Bame eourca of Information. She lens me the last namber of bet " Mapazine lately, and 1 learned more in one hoar> reading, nboiu various social matters and the topics of the day. than I wonld pick np In a month, by my occasional chats with friend). It certainly covers every topic of interest, from the newt'of the day down to the detalli of housekeeping; and everything U so beautifully Illustrated, too. Every time Mamie goes over to tho Aliens" sbo comes back ftnti teases me to get yon to. take Ucmorest's Family Magazine, as tho etorlca are so good. Even tho boys watch for it every month, an a place Is found for them also In ltd pages; and Mr. Allen B wears by it. It Is really wonderful bow It Halts every member of the family I" MB. Liz. " Well, perhaps I hsdbiatereendfora Specimen Copy, for. If It Is any thing like what yon —aaylthvltwillamnse-andlnBtructuia whole ofu».'! MIIB. Lsn. "I eee that W. Jennings Dcmorest, the publisher, 15 Kaet Wth Street, New York, In offering to Bend a Specimen Copy for 10 cents, so we carft lose anything, as each nnmber contains a -Pattern Order' entitling the holder to any < 1'attern she. may choose, and in any size—which . alone makes each copr worth 30 cents: and I juet want a Jacket pattern like Mrs. Allen's. Tho piibscrlpuon price Is only £2.00 a year; and I mint s»y I can't fee how they can publish to ilecaiit a Magazine f ol ta little money.' they shoot their prey with a cross bow or arblast. Tho bolt transfixes the little reptile and makes so littlo noise as not to frighten Its friends and neighbors. Borne sportsmen use a rifio or n Robert air gun. The latter is preferable, aa tho discharge mokes almost no sound. Spearing frogs in tho night time is a custom derived from the Indiana A flat boat, a powerful lantern, a snear ana two men are all that is required. Tho frogs are attracted by the light and fcjwaya face toward it The light is reflected by their eye and BO betrays them to the catcher. If the boat ia moved noiselessly by tho man hi the stern, tho spearman, who occupies the bow either beneath or behind tho lanteru, can approach tho frog to within n few iuches fend then tmpalu him without diflieulty."— Hew York Mail and Express. wa« brush with both tin worked twi-iity-foiir l ',''ra-»ing. Ti\.' uiiiji'vi t>uy«'«, »'!»,i tmy ' i-rs aud tuts, and .>ura nd&y without iy \.<t our iiicHwu mid |).iy tUrt luifh- -J in Biafci Reasonable Prices. invitations, Announcements, Calling Cards, Correct Styles, ]![ SltfiUSE LUtlH According to Tour Needs. .JAMES MEANS 8i 8TTOK ".slight and stylish, luits UK,, iv ^ ins perfectly e-iisy tlto ftrjt linio it IB worn. It will f,utinfv Uia most lous. .JASIlJS'SrjEAlSH J SIIOK 1,5 absolutely tlia only »l'0fi of Ita price v, lik-lj ^_ lias ever been nlaeea ex.. ualvely on the mnrUot lu which durability '» considered be It,™ more out- Uty of rvi (mh(Al| J. MEANS ifc CO., Boutan. full liuoa of tho above hhoeg for unit) by «T. R. HIM 13L.IJH2 1 THIIFE R UNNING AU gi>o*is j; i r ol tlif-cliy. Htxnri nd Bhii'OS. * V, 11

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