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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY —IT— W. R. BURDIOK. TKRMS: 11.60 Per Tear, Strictly In Advance. T*« But Adtertillng Medium to read, tht four north-eastern counties Office Soothwtit Corner Lawlsr and niilvii W. N. BORDICK Editor and Proprietor. INDEPENDENCE OUR POLITICAL CREED; THE GOLDEN RULE OUR MORAL GUIDE. TERMS: $1.50, IF PAID IN ADVANNCE. VOL. XX. POSTVILLE, IOWA, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1892. NUMBER 7. ©lie $o*iv\\U9bn\th. ADVERTISING RATES: TIM* : — tin. J in. 4 In. M col W cot I col |l 00 |l SO fi ISO it n $1 00 DO M 1 M 3 » a n 8 7S 8 00 IS M 2 no 3 00 r. on 1 50 to on l« 00 •.• .'0 s n (i jr. » as IS 00 18 00 S 00 4 50 9 Oil II is i? on « 09 4 00 0 i") 11 2". 10 00 s; 00 U 00 S M> 5 91 1.1 00 SO 00 SH 00 SO on 10 00 13 00 18 0" SO 00 4J00 80 00 HtiWm'fts cnrtl* not cxcfrUnft Are lines, t\ L»> fM ndvt'itis"tncnU nt U'Rftl rat«ft. Arivertlm- metits insertMil with no specific Mine will be pul'lhhol nut lonlfrel out nm* -barged for ae- conlln-lj All bilU pnvabl • quarterly. THE SLOTHFUL MAN. Rov. T. DoWitt TJolmago GlVco Common Sonso Lesson. Indolence, Its Cnuscs nnd KITects Portrayed— A Mornl MISFIIM . that Needs llorolc Treatment Tor 111 Eradication. The following discourse, particularly applicable to lmbltnnl idlers, was delivered by Kcv. T. Be Witt Th Image In the Brooklyn tabernacle, from Die text: To* tlothful man master h not which ho took In hunting.--Prov. xil., 2.1. David, and Jeremiah, nnd Rzekiol, and Mlcah, and Solomon of the text tho wed that, some time they hud been ont on n hunting expedition. Spears, lances, swords and nets were employed in tlrs service. A deep pitfall would be digged In tlii! center of It. there was Rome raised ground with a pnle on which a lamb would be fastened, and tho wild beast, not seeing the pitfall, but only seeing the lamb, would plunge for its prey anil dash down, itself rap­ tured. Birds were caught in gins, or pierced with arrows. The hunters in olden time had two missions, one to clear tho land of ferocious beasts, and the other to obtain meat for themselves and their families. The occupation and habit of hunters arc a favorite ltlhlc (Imllc. David said he was hunted by his enemy like a partridge upon the mountain. My text is a hunting scene. A sportsman arrayed in a garb appropriate to tho wild chase lets slip the blood-thirsty hounds from their kennels, and mounting his licet horse with ahnljooand a yell of the greyhound pack. They are off and away, tli rough brake ond dell, over marsh and moor, across chasms where a misstep would hurl horse and rider to death, plunging into mire up to the haunches or into swift streams up to the bit, till the game is tracked by dripping foam nnd blood, and the antlers crack on the rocks, and the hunter lias just time to be in at the death. Yet, after all the haste and perils of the chase, my text represents this sportsman as being too indolent to dress the game and prepare it for food. lie lets it lie in the dooryard of his home and become a portion for Tcrtnln and birds of prey. Thus, by one master-stroke, Solomon gives a picture of laziness when he says: "Tho slothful man roasteth not that which he took In hunting." The most of hunters have the game they shot or entrapped cooked tin- same evening or the next day, but noi so with this lairgard of the text. Too lazy to rip nil - the hide. Too lazy to kindle the lire anil put the gridiron on the coals. The first picture I ever bought was an engraving of Thoi waldsen's "Autumn." The cluster of grapes an' ripe on the vine of the homestead, and the returned hounds, panting from the chase, are lying on tie- door sill, and the hunter is unshouhlering the game, while the housewife is about to taken portion of it and prepai••• it for the evening meal. Unlike the person of the text, she wns enough industrious to roast that which had been taken in hunting. But tho world has had many a specimen since Solomon's time of those whose lassitude and improvidence and absurdity were depicted in my text. The most of those who havo made n dead failure of lifeean look baekund see a tlnjo when a great opportunity opened but they did not know it. They woro not as wise as Gcorgo Stephenson, "tho father of railways," who, when at sixteen years of ago he received an appointment to work at a pumping en- fine for twelve shilling a week, cried out: "Now I nm a made man for life." Bod gives to most men at least one food opportunity. A (ireclan general' was met by a group of beggars, and ho aaid to them: "If you want beasts to plow your land I will lend you some. If you want land I will glvo you some. If yon want seed to sow your land I frill see that you get it. lint I will en jourago none in idleness." So Ood gives to most people an opportunity of extrication from depressed circumstances. As if to create in us a hatred for indolence, Qod has made those animals whioh are sluggish to appear loath' tome in our eyes, while those which are fleet and active he has clothed with at- Iractlvoness. Tho tortoise, tho sloth, moil, tho or&eodllo repel us, while tho leer and tho gazelle are lis pleasing as they are fleet, and from tho swift wings of Innumerable birds Ood has spared no purple or gold ov jot or crimson or inowy whiteness. Besides all this tho Bible iB constantly assaulting tho vlco jf laziness. Solomon seems to order the idler out of his sight as being bo fond all human Instruction when ho lays: "Go to tho ant, thou sluggard: consider her ways and bo wise." And Paul seems to,drive hlin up from his lining table before ho gets through with the first oom-so of food with tho insertion: "If any will not work, •either shall ho eat," Now, what are tho causes of laziness' Hid what are its evil results? I knew a nan who was never up to time. It teemed impossible for him to over meet in engagement. When ho wits to bo - uarrlcd he missed tho train. His watch teemed to .take on the habits of its jwner, andwns always too slow. He sad » constitutional lethargy, for whioh ae did not seem responsible. - So indo- leuce often arises from the natural temperament I do not know but that them is a constitutional tendonoy to ttkjs'Ylce in every man. However active fou rWy generally be, have you not on tome (warm spring day felt a touch of ti^g feeling .on you, although you '•tuny ;have shaken it off as you ."4Mml<l a reptile? Hut some tiro so 'fbwerfully tempted to this by ,»«ir,Wlily constitution that all tho fMrk, of their lives has, been accora- p^jahod with this lothargy hanging on their ^aolt or trcuding on their heels, iXoty'atMnetlmes behold it in childhood! WW onUd moping and lounging within "'floAjrfwhlle his brothers und sisters are at play, or if he join them he is behind In every race and beaten in every game. His nerves, his muscles, his bones are smitten with this palsy, Ho, vegetates • rather than lives, creeps rather than • walks, yawns' rather than broathesi The animal in his nature is stronger than the Intellectual. He is generally •••»• * groat eater,'»jtd active only when ho can not digest that whioh he has - eaten. It require* as much effort for ' * " War to' walk aa* for others to run, , r Languor and drowsiness are his natural »«-. - Inheritance, He is built for a slow-sail Ing vessel, a heavy hulk and an InsuffJ. " tof cutwater- Plane an active wan Every law of physiology demands that he be supine. Such a one is not responsible for this powerful tendency of his nature. His great duty is resistance. When I see a man fighting an unfortunate temperament all my sympathies are aroused, nnd I think of Victor Hugo's account of a scene on a warship, where, In the midst of a storm at sea, a great cannon got loose and it was crashing this way and that and would have destroyed the ship; and the chief gunner, nt the almost certain destruction of his own life, rushed at it with a handspike to thrust between the spokes of the wheel of the rolling cannon, and by a fortunate leverage urrested the gun till it could be lashed fast. Hut that struggle did not seem so disheartening as that man enters upon who attempts to light his natural tempera- went, whether it l.e tn.> f;et or to,-!, ... too nervous or tnolympliatlc timl help him. for liod only can. furthermore, indulgence Is often a result of easy circumstances. Uough experience in earlier lift.' seems to bo necessary In order to make a man active and enterprising. Mountaineers are nearly all swarthy, and those who have toiled among mountains of trouble get the most nerve and muscle and bruin. Those who have become the deliverers of nations once had not where to lay their heads. Locusts and wild hnn«*» have been the fare of many a .lohn tho llaptist, while those who have been fondled of fortune and petted and praised have often grown up lethargic. They have nono of that heroism which comes from fighting one's own battles. The warm summer sun of prosperity has weaked and relaxed them. Horn among the luxuries of life, exertion has been unnecessary, and therefore they spend their time in Inking it easy. They may enter into business, but they are unfitted for its application, fcr its repulses, and after having lost tin- most of that which they have invested, go hack to thorough inaction. This costly yacht may do well enough on the smooth, glassy bay, but can not live an hour amid a chopped sea. Another cause of indolence is Revere discouragement. There are those around us who started in life with the most sane-nine expectation. Their enterprise xeited the remark of all compeers. Hut Rome siiilden and overwhelming misfortune met them, and henceforth hey have been inactive. Trouble, instead of making them more tie- erniiucd, lias overthrown them. They have lost all in self-reliance. 1'hey imagine that all men and all occurrences are against them. They hang their heads where once they walked upright. They never look you n the eyes. They become misanthropic and pronounce all men liars and scoundrels. They go melancholic and threadbare to their graves. You can not rouse them to action by the most glittering offer. In most eases these persons have been honorable and upright all their lives, for rogues never get discouraged, us there is always some other plot they have not laid and same other trap they have not sprung. There are but few sadder sights than ft man of talent and tact and undoubted capacity giving up life us a failure, like a line of magnificent steamers, rotting against wharves from which they ought to have been carrying the importations of a nation. Every great financial panic produces a largo crop of such men. In tho great establishments where they woro partners in business they are now weighers or dray men or clerkson small salary. Reverie is also a cause of indolence. There are multitudes of men who ex pect to achieve great success In life who aro entirely unwilling to put forth any physical, moral, or intellectual effort. They have a great many eloquent theories of life. They are all the while expecting something to turn up. They pnss their life in dreaming. They read in light literature how men suddenly and unexpedly came to largo estates, or found a pot of buried gold at the foot of the rainbow of Good Luck, or had some great offer made them. They have passed their lives in reverlo. Notwithstanding ho is pinched with poverty, and any other man would be downeast nt the forlorn prospect, ho is always cheerful und sanguine and jovial, for ho does not know but that ho may be within a day or two of astound- iug success. You can not help being entertained with his cheerfulness of temper. All tho world wishes him weH, for lie never did unybody any harm. At last ho died In just tho same condition in which ho lived, sorrowful only because ho must leave tho world just at tho time whou hiB long-thought-of plans were about to bo successful, Let no young man begin life with rovorio. There is nothing aceom/ plished without hard work. Do not in idleness expect something to turn up, It will turn down. Indolence and wickedness always make bad luck. These people of reverie are always about to begin. They say: "Wait a little." So with tho child who had a cage containing a beautiful canary bird, and tho door of tho cago was open and a cat was in the room. "Rotter shut tho door of the cago," said tho mother, 'Walt a minute," said the boy. While ho was waiting the feline creature, with one spring, took the canary. The way that many lose the opportunity of a life time is by tho same principle. They say: "Wait a minute." My advice is not to wait at all. Again, bad habits are a fruitful source of indolence. Sinful indulgences shut atlon nor holiday. Nothing can be more unfortunate for a man of evil inclination than nn occupation which keeps him exceedingly busy during a part of the year and then leaves him for weeks and months unemployed. There are many men who can not endure protracted leisure. They are like fractious steeds that must constantly be kept to the load, for a week's quiet makes them intractable and uncontrollable. Had habits produce Idleness and idleness produces bail habits. The probability is that you will either have to give up your loose indulgence or else give up your occupation. Sin will take all enthusiasm out of your work, and make you sick of life's drudgery, and. though now and then, between your seasons of dissipation, you may rouse up to a sudden activity and start again in the chase of some high and noble cud, even though yon can catch the game, you will sink back into slothfillness before you havo roasted that which you took in hunting. Had habits unlit man for everything but politics. Now, what are the results of Indo leuce? A marked consequence of this vice is physical disease. The health! ness of the whole natural world depends upon activity. The winds, tossed and driven in endless circuits, scattering the mists from the mountains and scooping out death damps from the caves, and blasting the miasma of swamps nnd hurling back the fetid atmosphere of great cities, are healthy, just because of their swiftness and un- controlablcncss of sweep. But, after awhile, the wiud falls and the hot suu pours through it, i;iml when the leaves are still and the grain fields bend not once all day long, then pestilence smites its victims and digs trenches for the dead. Tho fountain, born far up in the wild wood of the mountain, comes down brighter for every obstacles against which it is riven, and singing a new song on every shelf of rock over which it bounds, till I'HE LATEST NEWS. OENBRAi. NOTB& AN explosion of nUro-trlyccrine occurred trpmi'e k n t ipAn i mm inrw' Wednesday at tli« Fall River Granite com - \ lllJJj&AKAlUUAIUlKALLlli , pany's lodge in Freetown, Mnss. Frank I Cam and Joseph McNelly, workmen, were killed. FURTHER INVESTIGATED BY AN EXPRESS REPORTER. FIRES AMD CASUALTIES. S. M. TATLOR was nominated by the ro- publicans ot Onio for secretary of state. RKOKNT severo frosts in Minnesota have | greatly damaged wheat. FKHDINAND WATID, tho notorious Wall street nwinuier, was liberated from Sing| Sing prison Saturday. TnE Glab House burned Thursday anil Dubuque, Iowa. Lias, 815,000; insurance, »7,000. THE business portion of tbe town of Hud ton, Ohio, was doBirojed by fire nt an early hour Tnursday morning. Two women were burned to death in a sailed from Havre Satuiday for Now York. Mrs. William Astor and her dnughter, Mrs. J. Coleninn Drayton, uccompnnicd tbe body. TRUMAN A. MEIUUAU, who was a member of the forty-eiguta congress, und tor ninny years a reporter on the staff of tbe New York Sun, died Saturday. THK people of six counties in Texas are slnrviug because of three years if poor crops. An appeal has been published asking for contributions of corn and other supplies to bo addressed to the central committee, care B. 11. Monroe, S.ui Antonio, county 'udge. man's shop and dull his tools and steal his pi-ofita Dissoluteness is, generally the end of industry. Thero aro those who have tho rare faculty of devoting occasionally a day or a week to loose indulgences, and, ut tho expiration of that time, go back with bleared eyes and tremulous hands aud bloated chceka to tho faithful and successful perform- anco of their duties. Indeed, their env ployors and neighbors expect this amusement or occasional season of frolic and wassail. Some of tho best workmen and most skillful artisans have this mode of conducting themselves, but as the time rolls on the season of dissipation becomes more protracted and the season of steadiness and sobriety more United, until the employers becam^ disgusted and the man 1B given up to a continual and ruinous idleness. When that point has arrived he rushes to destruction with astonishing velocity. When a man with, wrong proclivities ojdppetlta has nothing to do, no former self-respect or moral restraint or the beseeching* of kindred can save him. The only safety for a man 'who feels himself under the fascination or, any form of temptation la an «»|jiloyment which aJTojds uelthe.r raw* t rolls over tho water wheels in tho valley, not ashamed to grind corn, and runs through the long grass of tho meadow, where the willows reach down to dip their branches and the unyoked oxen come at eventide to cool. Healthy waterl llright wnterl Happy waterl While some stream, too lazy any mora to run, gathers itself Into a wnysido pool, where tho swino wallow and filthy insects hop over tho surfaco and reptiles crawl among the ooze, and frogs utter their hideous eroak, and by day and night there rises from tho foul mire aud green scum, fever and plague and death. There is an endless nctivity under foot nnd overhead. Not one four-o'clock in tho flower bed, not one fly on the window-pane, not ono squirrel gathering food from the cones of tho white pine, not one rabbit feeding on clover-tops, not one drop falling in ii shower, not one minnow glancing in the sea, not one quail whistling from the grass, not ono hawk cawing in tho sky, butis busy now and is busy always, fulfilling its mission as certainly as nny monarch on earth or any angel in Heaven. You hear tho shout of the plowboys busy in tho field and tho rattle of the whilllctrceson the harrow, but you do not know that there ismoro industry in tho earth upturned and in tho dumb vegetation under foot than in all that you see. If you put your ear to a lump of riven sod you may hear nothing in the roots and spieulio of grass, but they aro at work spades nnd cleavers, and pile-drivers, and battering-rams, and internecino wars. I do not wonder that the lively fancy of tho ancient* saw in the inanlmato creation around Floras nnd Pomonas, and Graces ( and Fauns, and Fairies, and Saryrs, and Nynips. Furthermore, notice that indolcnco endangers the soul. Satan makes his chief conquests over men who either have nothing to do, or, if they have, refuse to do it. There is a legend that St. Thomas, years after Christ's resurrection, began again to doubt, and ho went to tho Apostles and told them about his doubts. Each Apostlo looked at him with surprise and then said he must be excused for he had no tune to listen any longer. Then St. Thomas went to the devout women of his time, and expressed his doubts. They said they were sorry but they had no timo to listen. Then, St. Thomas concluded that it was because they were so busy that the Apostles and tho devout women had no doubts. Idleness not only leads a man into associations which harm his morals, but often thrusts upon him the worst kind of skepticism. Loafers aro almost always infidels, or fast getting to be. Consummate idlers never read the llible, and if they appear in church, can bo distinguished in an audience of a thousand by their listlessness, for tliey are too lazy to lfear. It is not so much among ocoupied merchants, industrious mechanics nnd professional men always busy that you hear tho religion of Jesus maligned, as in public lounging places, giving up in profanity and dlssolutcnass. They havo no sympathy with the book that says: "Let him that Btole, steal no more; but rathor lot him labor, working with his hands the thing which is good, that lie may havo to glvo to him that nccdoth." I never knew a man given up to thorough idleness that was converted, Simon and Andrew were converted while fishing, and Lydkv while selling purple, and tho shepherds of Bethlehem watching their flocks heard the voice of angels, and Gideon was threshing on the threshing-floor, but no one was ever converted witlt his hands in his pockets. Let me toll tho idler that thero is no hope for him cither in thtB world or in tho world which is to come, If the Son of God, who owned the whole universe, worked in tho carpenter-shop of Joseph, surely wo, who own so little yet want so much, ought to bo busy The redeemed in llcavon aro never idle, What oxoltlng songs they slngl On what messages of lovo they fly through all tho unl verso, fulfilling God's high behests and taking worlds in ono oirouit, rushing with infinite fierceness against sin and cruelty and oppression, and making tho gates of holl to quake at the overflow of the principalities of darkness, and in the same twinkle of an eye speeding back to their thrones with the news of sinners repentant The River of Life is ever flowing, and the palms over wav' tng, and the halleluias over rising, and tho harps ever sounding, and the tem« plo always open, and the golden streets always a .rush with chariots of salvation, and the last place when you ought ever to want to go is Heaven unless you want to be busy. THE supreme court of Pennsylvania bns 1 fire which destroyed iho "Cayuga" fl it »u*laineJ *lhe constitutionality of the' 1 — ' XT — v ~ ri J — Baker ballot reform law, which goes iuto • fleet at the next election. rule twenlj-first annual meeting of the Woman's Presbyterian Board of Missions ut ilie was held in St. Ptiul, W. K. VANDsnntt.T i-t building a 850,000 entrance to hm Newport house. TIIK national congress of the Sons of the American Revolution was held in New Vork. MINNEAPOLIS' furaous Rind liquor erdinanco is declared invalid by Judge Elliof, of tbe district court. Fiup. insurance losses in St. Liii'R during the Inst year nmounU.d to 82 717,079, and greatly ixceednl those of any previous j ear. AT I meeting of MnftQcbusetts lumber men held Tuesday night a combination wns proposed which will probably result in tbe formation of a "trust." NAT GOODWIN, Iho actor, and his wife ba\o substantially agreed to article) of separation nod Mrs. Goodwin will secure a divorce. THE State Banker's Assnciation of Arkansas has appropriated 85.000 to fur ninti a rnorc in tno Arkansas Building at the world's fair, to be used by tbe astojia' tioc. CHIEF ENOINHKH N. B. CLARK, of Washington, inventor of the deflective armor now used on the warships of all nations, died Monday morning. A MKiiiiKU of the Argentine government is quoted us sajing that no pro- poFuta exist or are likely to be mndd for an alliance bttween the United S.a'.es and tlrgentine, building at New York Thursday"morning Fi HK deulroj ci six basines* blocks, including the Journal newspaper office, at Coffejvillc Kas., Friday. Tin loss is placed nt 800,000. FOUR railroad laborers on the Great Nortacrn were killed liy tho ditching of a boarding-car near Bonner's Ferry, Mont., Friday. R lckv Comfort, Ark., a boiler in tbe mill of E, W. Pullon exploded, killing PuUen, his engineer and fireman and wounding three men and a woman, nil of whom it is thought will dio. AN accident occured at a Y. M. C. A. "Xirner -stone laying nt (ioiyoke, Mass., whereby one man was killed nnd A score or more of people were badly injured. TnE ntrricultural imnloroent factory of Moody & Sons, Terre Bjnne, Qi »bee, was burned Sunday night. Loss 4V75.C03 CHARLES BURNER nnd John Krier, aged 25 and 7 years, were killed by light ning seven miles west of Fulda, Minn., Monday morning. SEVEN frame houses, including the fchoul building, at Bursa, Marion county, Kansas, were blown down in a windstorm Sunday afternoon. A f HEiaiiT train on the Louisville, New Albany and Chicugorailroad went through a bridge near OUH, lad., Monday morning, tuking eitfht cars with it. Three men were killed. CON GUESS. WEDNESDAY, April 27 SENATE —Tbo army appropriation lull was taken up, tho question being on strik ing out tho provision of tbe house pro hibitoiy payment for transportation n troops over unbounded lines of Pdtific TnK la ^t weekly statement of tho New roadc After a long speech by iir. Mor- rk hanks show u reserve inoroaso of imn, the hous-! provision was Btruck out $:>03.33J. The banks now hold 820.030,- yess'iB.nnys 20. Tde bill than passed rt'K) in excess of tho requirements ot the -nd tno sina'« adjourned. 25 pi r cent. rule. HOUSE.—In committor of the whole the 1'iiR remains of William Astor ore on diplomatic appropriation was called up boaid the etenmer Lu Bourgosrne, which " '* : "~ ~ FOREIGN. ELISHA ITBWETT. a wealthy farmer living neur Bristol, Vt., has been kid- najol and is held for a ransom. A high tribute of praiBO was pnid to American diplomacy by Mr. Hooker of Mistissippi. Mr. Hitt of Illiuois mado several effortB to prevunt the consolidation of misiious, nnd to reduce the salaries of ministers, but his efforts were unavailing. Ho then fffered an amendment to restoro to 87,500 the salary of minister to Veueznnla (tbe coin uuttee having cut it to 85,000). No quorum voting, tbe committee rose and tne bouso adj turned. THURSDAY, April 28. SENATE.—The rf solution releasiug the appropriation of 82,931,000 for tho Choctaw and Cbicknsaw reservation lands held by the president, was taken up. Mr. Allison spolco in opposition to the resolution, and favored recommitting the matter to the commi'tee on Indiun affairs. Some further debate was had on the resolution, but no action was taken, and the senate adj turned until Monday, HOCSB.—Tbe diplomatic bill was again iuken up in committee of the whole. No Th» Tmal* Abvadj sutvd Folly Confirmed —Iol*m«w* with Ltadlnf rhr«!olant Who Tnotad Qaaat—Th« Moit Murrel- •nl C IM U th« BUtory of tUdloal Sol•BO*. A In w««ks ago an article appaand In this ptptr copied (ram tha Albany (N. Y.) lourntl, ftvlmx the purtlcuUn of ona ot fats moil ramarkabl* cam of the nineteenth century. The article wn umler tbe teadlnf «A Saratoga County Miracle," and eiclted such widespread comment that au- Mtaer Albany paper—the K»presa—detailed a reporter to make a thorough Investigation of tha •tatemaata appearing In the Journal'! article. The facta aa elicited Dy the Xxpren lie porter are given In the following ertlcl*. tthlch appeared In that paper <m April IS, and makea one ot tho most Inlrr- eatlng atorles over relatidl A few weeks ago thero was published In the Albany Evening Journal the atory of u moat remarkable—Indeed, so remarkable 1 aa to veil Justify the torm •miraculous'' eure of a severe case of locomotor atav.14 br creeping paralysis; simply by tho use ot Pink Pills for Pale P eople, and. In compliance with laatrtic tlonc. an Kiprejj reporter haa been Oerutlng a< tne I line In a critical Investigation ot the real facta of the case. The story of the wonderful enre of Charle* A. Quant, of Oalway, Saratoga County, New York, as firs I told In »I he Journal,' 1 has teen copied Into hundreds If not thousands of other dally und weekly eowipapers, and baa created such a senau tlon throughout the entire country taut It taa deemod a duty due all the people, and •specially tho thousands at elmtlarly tflllcted, that ibo smtomonts of the caae aa made In the "The Albany Journal" and copied Into so many other nuvspa- pcra, abould. If true, be verified; or, If false, exposed as an Imposition upon public credulity. '1 he result of the Express reporter's In- ves llgattotiB nuthorlies htm In raying that tbo story of Charles A. Quant's euro of locomotor ataxia by tbo use of Pink Pills tor Pale People, a popular remedy pro- pared und put up by the Dr. Williams Hodlclno Company, Morrlatnwn, N. Y . and BrocUvlllB, Ontario, IB TKUE. and that all Ha atatomenta are not only Justified bui verified by tbe fuller development of th« further fucta In the case. Perhaps the readers of the Express ur e not all of them fully fnm Illar with ttio de- palla of this miraculous restoration to health of a man who after wooks und months of treatment by tbe moat skillful doctors In two of tho best hospitals lu the State of New York — iho Roosevelt Hospital, In New York City and EU Peter'a Ilospttnl Us Albany—was dlsmlssod from each aa Incurable and, bocause the case ira a deemed i ncurable, the man was denied admission nto several ether* to which application, was made In his behalf. Tho story aa told &y Mr. Quant hlinaolf and published In tne Albany Journal la as fallows! Williams' Pink Pills, anil after Inking «n,„r fifteen boxes was fully reniored to health I thought I would try them, and my nlfi- vent for two boxes of tbe ellls, and I tool, Unas according to tbe direction,* on tin- wrapper on each box. For the first few dsys the cold balbs were protty severe aa I was •o very weak, hut I continued to follow Instructions aa so taking tbe pll a and the treatment, and even before 1 had used up the two boxes of tho pills I began to feel beneficial results from them. My pains were not so bail. I felt warmer; my bead felt betteri my food began to relub and agree with tne; I could straighten up; the leellng began to come back Into my limbs; 1 began to be able to get about en crutches; my eye came back again as good as ever, und now, after the use of eUbt boxes of tho pills, at cost of only 14—seel—I can wulk with the help of a cano only, walk nil about tha bouse and yard, can saw wo d. and on Ipleasanl days 1 walk down town. My stomach trouble Is gone; 1 have ^'aliiel len pounds; I feel like a now man, and ubou the s; ilng opens \ e pect to be ublo to IU- new my organ and piano agenry. 1 cannot/ speak In too high terms uf Dr. William',' Pink Pills for Pale People, us 1 know they saved my life Mfier all the hud. given me up as Incurnhln " > Such Is the wonderful story whlrh iho Ex press reporter has *uecoednd In scouring verification ot tn all Its details, from the {hospital records whero Mr. Qunnl was treutcd and from tho doctors who hud the* esse in hand and wh'i pr inounccd him Insurable. Let tt be rememhercd that nil thW hospital tre&tmrntwas t -onnil three years ago. while his cure, by the us<> of Dr. Will- lams' Pink Pills for Palo Viop'e. h>is been effected slnco last Bopb'n.ber. isoi. Bo It, 'la beyond a doubt nvldent that tils ro-, N'overy Is wholly due tn the IM ot theso famous pills which have boon found to, ,have made such remarkable • urea In thlal and other cases. Mr. Quant placed In the hands of thai reporter his curd of admission to ltoo«erelt' Hospital, which Is here reproduced In fur-' ther confirmation of hts statements: On fuithcr Inquiry the wrltor lOunn mat ihrso pills lire manufactured by the Dr. Williams Medicine C<mpany, llrockvilla, Ontnrlo, and Morrlstonn, N. Y., and are -old hi boxes (nevrr In looao form by the dii7on or hundred) at SO ctnli a box. or all' boxes fo:- S2.50, and may be hud of clldrug*. rlstsir direct by mall from Dr. Williams' Mo Memo Compnny. from cither addreaa, Tho prlco nt which these pills are sol«t nmkm n course of treatment comparatively Inexpensive as compared with other remedies or medical treatment, THE republicans made lame gains in quorum being present, the matter was laid the municipal elections held in France over. The committee on public buildings Monday. and grounds ordered favorable reports of KMIN PASHA, the eiplorer of Africa, tne following ptrtlicbuilding bills: Hen- was seriously ill at Wndell when last heard <J ?"nn. Ky„ Wf'.OOO;. Logmsnorr, Ind., fiom. in February. 860,000; ManiB -ld, Onio, 875,000; Hart„, N . TV L « ,, , ., r, , ford. Conn.. 875,000; site for a custom TnE Paris Figaro states that the Duke ^B" imore, Md.. 8300,000; PotU- H«M,rn.»y was not the opp.nent.of Harry X" P WO.MOi Elisabeth. N. J.. HOSPITAI> fstniu ID BOOSEVETJT OUT-PATIENT.^ _ _„ l -O -fc/j, CMlCfJiHm—yf OMWAJHS* -(<< Maadaje, WadaattUys and Fridays. lovia.1 Vane Milbank in the duel fought in BJI gium. FEARS of coining war betweea Germany and K'liein cause large numbers of Prus sian Poles to emigrate to the United States. FLETCHER WILLIAMS, Fletcher Carnegy and Philip Munder, have been arrested at Millington. Mu., for the murder of Dr. James H. Hill. There is talk of lynching. 8100,900 ; 8t. Paui. Minn., 81,300,000; Kansas I !ity, Kan., 8200,000; Jamestown, N. Y„ 875.000. FRIDAY, April 29. HOUSE.—The house summoned several members, who had been absent without leave, to the, bar, to present their excuse. The reasons for absence were given by different members, and, after some deliberations all were excused. An amendment n XXT J J L . „ ... to the rules was presented oy Mr. Bailey, ON Wednesdav. twenty-flvo anarchists 0 f Texas, squiring the sergeant-at-arms were arrested at R >ugau, a large manu- to withhold pay from members absent f ictunug town in Paris. during tbe preceding month, except in RAVACOOL nnd Simon, the anarchist 9»se of BicknesB; which if adopted, would leaders in Paris, were convicted and insure a larger attendance. The Bergeant sentenced to penal servitude for life. Tno t0 be made liable for all payments made in other anarchists on trial were ucauitted. violation of the rule. The Brazilian government has'seat dis • SATURDAY, April 30. patches to Brazilian ministers abroad HOUSE.—-The diplomatic and consular denying the truth of the rumors of tbe appropriation bill was discussed at tome reparation of tbe states of dao Pacta and length. Some amendments to tbe ruoas- Rio Grande Do Sul lrom the federal gov- "ro were considered and debated, but no ernment. final notion was taken on thero. The pres ident'a action on the Italian question wa* HARRY ROGERS flogged R9v. Father criticised by Messrs. Breckenridge and 0 Kune, a Cutholio clergyman, on the MoMillan, tor the payment of indemnity public ttreefc at Eureka, Cat., with a horse out oftbe emergency fund. Mr. Hitt de- whip. Tne (rouble grew out of aS'Ortions fended the president, rt lie cting en the honesty of Roger's wife, MONDAY, May 2. made from the altar, sometime ago. SENATE.—Mr Vett banded in to the senate a petition a ( 'a?nBt opening the Rogers was not arrested. FOUR pounds of gold were recently col leoled from (he soot of tbe chimney of the royal nisi in B«r)la. OBTMB. world 's fair on Sunday, and made some characteristic remarks on the subject. Mr. Call i ff red a resolution to consider and report legislation to relieve the scarcity ot money among farmers. The resolution was laid on the table subject to call. In executive session tbe RuBsion and French i xlradition treaty was considered on mo* tionof Mr, SbTuiao. The following bills passed: Fixing the prion of lands under the desert lund laws at 81 25 per acre; for the issue of ordnance stores and supplies to the state of Nebraska, POUBB .—The following bills were pass Eacouraging Amnrioan Two No-v York bank robbers were cap lured in Copenhagen, Denmark, after a lively pursuit in a row boat. ATTacnma, Wash., Mortimer Lewis fa. tally shot his wife and then blew out his own brains. Drink was the cause. AN Omaha woman 1B charged with murdering her husband to obtain iosur unco money. RAOB prejudice and a boarding bouse ed'byThe house aitBoully result in a fatal shooting affray ship building; appropriating 8150,000 to at Tower, Minn, pay the expenses of tbe arbitration in the A lone highwayman holds U p a stage in Behring sea matter; to pension the survi California. He kills a passenger and mor- vors of the ; Black Hawk, Cherokee and ally wounds another, but gets no booty. Seminole wars. Mr. Bryan moved to BUI- AT New Clen,' the body of Louis P«» i, J i f*"! l i?? L1 ' ), fS bi *S d i? e Schrue'z, sheriff ot Drown county, Minn., was found in a liver. Ho had been de tpondent, and no doubt suicided. A YOUNG o'.hred woman w*« found murdered in n swamp between Wintield und New Town, L. I., Monday morn- tag. Her throat had been cat from ear to ear. twine bill. A brief debate followed the motion, when tbe bill passed—yeas 183, nays 47. PUUL .1C DEBT. "My mimu 1-* t'hurlu' A. Quant. I a-n 3T your* old. X v,us horn In tho vlilago of Ouluny, and excepting while traveling oa buslnosa and a little while lo Amsterdam, have spent my whole life here, tip tat about eight years ago I had never bean si jk and waa then In perfect hoa'th. I waa tally six test tall, we lghed 1E0 pounds and waa very strong. For twelve years I was traveling salesman for a p'ano and organ eempaay, and had to do, or at least did do, a great deal of heavy lifting, got my meals Very Irregularly, and slept In enough Ipare bade' la country houses to freeze any ordinary man to death, or at least give nfaa the rheumatism. About eight yean ago I began to (eel distress In my stomach, and consulted several doctors about II They all said It was dyspepsia, sod for dyspepsia I was treated by various doctor* In different places, and took ull tbe patent medicines I could hear of that clulmod to be a oure for dyspepsia. But 1 continued to grow gradually wor.e for four years. Then I bsgau to have pain In my back und legs and becuiuo conscious that my legs wero totting weak and my stop unstua dy, nnd then I stag- gerod when I walked. Having rccelvodnq benefit from the mo of patent mcdlclnos, aud feelt ng that I was constantly growing worse, I then, upon advice, begun tho use of electric belle, pads, and all tbe many different kinds of eleo trie appliances I could hour of, and spent hundreds of dollars for them, lot tbey did me no good, (llere Mr. Quant showed the Journal reporter an electric suit ot underwear, for which be paid tl«s.) In tho fall of 1888 tha doctor* ad vised a chance of climate, so I went to Atlanta. Oa., and acted as agent for tbo Estey Organ Company. While thero I toolc a thorough elecirlo treatment but It only so eiied to aggravate iny dis. •asfl, aad the only relief I could get from tbe sharp and distressing pains was to lake morphine. Tho pain was su lntenso at times that It seemed as though I could not stand It, and I almost longoJ for death as the only certain relief. lu Bop (ember of IMS oy leg* guvs out entirely and my left eye was - drawn to out) ntdo, •o ihut I had double aleht and was dl«y. My trouble so affected my whole u*"vou* atom that I bi d to give up buslnosa Then I returned to >ow York and wont to the Boo*0"elt llopltal, whero fur feu mcnils I »*' treutod by specialists und they pronoumoJ my caae locomo or utuxlu and lnourubl*. After 1 had been uudur treatment by Prof, Starr aud Dr. Ware for four months, they told mo ihey had done all tbey coulJ for me. Then I went to the Ke.v York Uoapltul on Kldeenlb street, .whoro, up n examination, tht/ »uld I was Incurahle and would not take me In. At tbo P.oibyierlan Ilosplial they examined '" -'•*--- in March, To vurlfy Mr. ynuut's btitotnent onr reporter a fow days aio (March ill. IbO-) rulltid on Dr. A lion Hurr ut his ofllce. Nu '.8 West T»o:ity-el;htb street, Now York i ity. Dr. Starr lu hou-o physician ot the ttoosovelt llo.-jp.i'al. .situated eornerof Ninth uvennn and Klfty-nlnth sireot. In reply to Inquiry l.o Mild ho remeinhernd tht< CURD of Mr. Quunt very woll un<l treated Mm ^ina, but that he was chlnlly treutod und umler tho mote t'spucl:il euro of Dr. Ware, lie nntd he riigurded ihU cuso us hn did all eusos of locomotor ataxia as incurable, lu ordur that our lep< rter might got a copy of the history of the oa*e of Mr. Quant from tho hospital record he vrry courteously u-uve him a letter of whlo'i iho following Is u copy: ••Dr. M. A. Ftarr. ,S2 \\mt Forty.clghtli street, ofllcii hour-. 0 to 1*' u. m.. New Vurk, March ill. IV.':! —lour llr. fnughtl If you have any word of a locomotor utuxlu hy numo of Quaul, who says ho came to the cllnli' threi' or four yrnr* a;u, No. 14037, of the O. D. IK'pt., Jtonsovull, Kont t > tor, from Ware, wl.l you let tho b.'urer know. If you huvt* n>> n-(-!>i'il henil hi n 10 Hi osevolt llnfcp. u Voiirs. BTAIIK. " Ity nu-aiis nf this letter :ic<e-is to iho rrr ords was permtttod and u transcript of tho history of Mr. Quant's case made from theiu us rolhovs; "No UoilT. Admitted Sept. 10, IBS'.). Oh'irlt 'H A. Quant, uuod 34 your* Horn, U, S. Marrlud. Hoboken." "History of tbe case: Dyspesla for vast' four i r live ycurs. About fourteen mouths pintnl loss of power nnd numbuois In lower oxtr. ixTtlia. U.rdllng somatton ubout ah Inmea (Nov. 21), 1880, not improved, ex* ternal strabismus nf loft oyu unit dllutailoi f tho loft «ye.| Somo difficulty lu passing water ut limes; no heutlache. hut some dUzlncss; ultcrnute diarrhoea and constipation; partial ptosla | list two week* Inl left oye. TUB MOQUI INDIANS. Mtrnii|;e und Ptdttmu Vlnltors Cuter* of our Country. A hundred miles north of the Petrified Forest, and well into the idgjof the Ari • zjna desert, are the seven strange nnd seldom vUitcd Pu>hlo cities of Mcqui. I'licy all have wid dy unpronounceable names, like Iiiulpi, A hau tu, and Mis- liongop-'. vi; an 1 all are built on the summits of almost inaccessible mesas—islands of solid rock, whose generally perpendicular cliff-walls rise high from Iho surrounding plain. They are very remarkable towns in appearance, set upon disay sites, with q taint terraced hoiiso.i of ,ulobe, an I queer liltle corrals for the animals, in HOOKS and unities cf tho cliff, 'inl giving far outlook acro-s tho browm and yellows and the spectral poiki of that weird plain Hut they look not half 80 . i matKubly .is I li"y are. Tbe most remote civilla iti in nf all the Pueblos, the least ifT'cted by the rin,ir,i>h influence which so wonderfully ruled over the enormous urea of the Southwest, and practically untouched by th<! lat-'r SJJOU influ- '•nce, the Imliins of Moqui tonn* retitiu alinost entirely their wondertul customs of before the conquest. 'I heir languages are different from those o' any other of the Pueblos; and their mode of life — though to a busty glance the same—is in inanv ways unlike tint*, of their brethern in New Mexico. They are the best ivers in America, except the once remark thle but now less skillful Navi/jas; unl their manias (the characte istic black woolen dressiH of Pueblo women) and 1 incing gitdles are so fa.nous that the Iniliui.s of tlie Rio Grande 7alley often travel three hundred miles or mo.-e, on foot or on deliberate burros, simply lo | trule for tlio long-wearing products of ho rude, home-made looms of Moqui. I'ne Muquis ids > make valuable und curious fur blankets by twisting the skinH of rabbits into ropes, and then sewing these together—a custom which Coronadc found among tl.em three hundred and fifty years ago, I efuie ti-ero were tiny slucp to jield vvojlfoi such fabrics as they no>v weave, and when their only dress m aerials were 'kins and the < utton tbey raised.—Charles F. Luiimiis, in Anril S'. Nicholas. A LOST CITY. Supiiuscd Ulsuuvery of CIIHII lu the Adriatic S *-H. HENRY SOUALLB , a wealthy oontraotor of PitViburgh, Pa., committed suioide Monday morning by shooting himself in lbs bead with a revolver. AT Traverse City, Mlou., Maynard Baird, a single man, 23 years old, cat his throat with a razor Saturday morn'ng. He cannot live. DeBpondanojr was the cause. Tntf rollf ctcr of customs at Port Townsend, Wash,, has seised the tteamer Michigan, which plies along the cotst. Five thousand dollars' worth of contraband opium on the vessel has been seised. ' During a qiarrel Friday night at St. Liuls over tbo difference of 5 cents in tbe price of a shave, William Callahan was fa< tally shot by Gbarles Grotcet.' Albert Anton, aged U ye»rt", of Kulft- mdsoo, struct Claude L»ke upon the bead with a base ball bat, cautlpg death two hours Uter, Tbe child has not been arrested Sex m im ben of the theatrical compsn; which was perforroiog at the Gentia] Monthly Statement Showing- What Duel* Sam Owes WASHINGTON , May a.—The publio deb', is as follows; I i»er«st bearing debt 8585,029,030; in oresie 8400. D bt, nn which Interest baa 83.304 210; decrease 8157,460. Ddbt bearing no Interest 8881,914,912 decrease 8621,315. Aggregate, including certificates and, treseury notes, 11,600,170,723. The cash in the 'rensury is; Gold coin and bars, 8283,623,454; silver dollars, eubsidary cm and bars, I489,013,9'6 paper, 163,611,846. Bonds awaiting reimbursement; minor coin, fractional currenoji deposits in national banks depositories ana disbursing nffio»rs' balance bring tbe aggregate ' .1797,625,340. • ••• Demand liabilitei aret Gold, silver and nnrwnoy eertifloates and treasury notes 8929,922,571, redemdtion of UQ. current national bank notes; disbursing tffl'er. balances, e>«„ 836484612. Uold reserve, tlOO.OOO.OOOi net o»»h balance 881,518,160} aggregate, 179?, «J20 342, The oath balance Mt»rob 81 was 1132, 868,884i the, balance April 3}wtvi*l81 Theater, at Philadelphia, lo»t their hyei 618160. a decrease during the month in the fire which desWid the building, '81,83X724, "Ord. B F. Ill poll, and Sul a." These uro tho marked symptoms of a •*- vero case of locomotor ataxia. "And Dr. Btarr said a cuso with such marked symptoms cou d not bo cured and Quant, who as receiving treatment In the outpatient^ department, waa given up us incurable." "There never wus a caso recovered In tbo world," said Dr. (turr. And tlion snldi •Dr. Wuro can toll you more about the cuso, a* Quant was under his more personal treatment. I urn surprised." he Bald, "that lljth Pliny and D'canus Secundinus in- culi'titally tin niion the Islriun Island antl ho city or Cusa, and tbe eiclesiuBtical ncr.lsrvf the province of Apullciit for tha y< in K JJ78 to (520 A. D. mention two "bishops ot Citaa." Since that timo we have no record of the place or what became of it. Kishtrinen have long contended that ihey know of a place on tho Is'risn coast f tho Adriatic sea, souih cf the Rjvigao light house, whero their nets get tangled o.i the spires ot sunkencliwbes nnd other (iublic buildings of acily lona since nub- merged. In January, lfcOD, tho Austrian Imperial Academy of Sciences sent a convoy of boati niid shipsunder R.'tir Ado'iral llinke, with instructions to make a tlior- nigh examinnlim of tbs spot desigt-atod by tho lislermen. The diver who made the descent toys: "On reaching tht bottom 1 was astonished lo find myself upon the walls ot un overturned building. Pro; ceeding further lobseived continuous rows \ of builaings and streets, tho doors and wirdows being blocked with mosses of seaweeds and gravel. * * • • From my obsei rations 1 should Bay thut, 1 had had the unique experience of examining what 11 had onto Iwen a larire and flourishing city. * When I left tbe place I brought with me to tho surface a cut corner stone with mortir on ono side, tho mortar being still porfecily firm." Dr. Hilbcr wantB the Austrian government |to make appropriations for txp'oring the site, whicohe liiiulv believes to bo that of tha lost city of CiB*u. Tbe store of P. D. White, of Brandon, the man la alive, as I thought he must be, dealer in pianOB und organs, was o'escd 0/ - - the sheriff to satisfy his creditors. Mr, White's house was burglarized about a week ago and 14,000 taken, the loss of which is supposed to have made it impossible for him to meet his obligations, WISCOXSIN NEWS. ma and told mo tbu same thing. I D March, 1I «J, I was tateu to fit. Paler 7 * Hospital In 'Albany, whero Prof. II. H. Iluu frank)/ told my wife my case wus that be kould no nothing for me anJ that she had •letter tako tue back houts and save iu.r> money, but I wanted to make a irlui if Prof, linn's famous skill and I mini itiuu tinder his treatment for nlue weeks, but secured no benefit. All this lime V had beon growing worse, I had be- Icome entirely paralysed from my, (wulatdown, unl hud partly lost con r it o.l my hands. Tho pain was terrible; my legal Jfelt a) though tbey woro freezing aud myl stomach would not retain fcod, and I folk; an ay to 1SJ pound* In tli* Albauy Hos- g ltul tbey put aoventeen big burn* on myl aok one day with red-hot irons, and after a few days they put fourteen more burns on, and treated me with eleoirlofijr, but I got worse rather than better, lost control of my towels and water, and, upon advice of the doctor, who said tnsrowas mo bop* for me, I wu* brought home, where it at* thought that death would aooa com* to r*. tliiS «*jp|. mjrjuJejJjigA Ust fcAtejabar, wbllo in this suffering aha ber ^sdondltton. sfrlondof nilue In tiamllt n, Ont. called my ai tea tlon to the statement of one Joha Mur.hall, wbora cast had been similar to my own, and who had been cured by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lot IV* People, In tbl* case Ma Mitrshsll, who Is a prominent Member ot the Boya) Templars ot Temperance, bad, after four years ot constant treatment by »h* dead long aga" Our repoiter found Dr. Edward Warn at his ofllce, No. 102 Weat Nlnoty-thtrd street. New York, llesald: "I have rery dlntlnct recollections of 1 lie Quant caao. 11 wui ivory pronounced case. I treatod hint about olgiit mi nib". This was In tin, oarlv summer of 181)0. 1 dcouiod li I nt Incurable, und thought hltn dead beforo no*. liuu'4lne my HiD-pitsc when I recolved a lottor IIO-I him ubout two wooks ago tolling me thai 1,0 was nllvo, was gitilng »ell aud expected soon to bo fully reeoverod." "What do you thtiik, Doctor, was the I'UIIRO of his reoovery?" "'I hat Is more than I know. Qunntsnys helms buon taking some sort ot pills and Ihui Ihoy huvocuted him Alal oven s.lan glad the poor follow Is got tin.( well, for b a was a bad caso und ho was groat sufferer." Dr. Theodore It. Tuttle, of 311) Wvst El fhteenlli s root, to whom our roportor Is Indebted for assisting courtesies, said ot locomotor ataxia: "I havo hud saviral casoi of this dlsouee In the course of my pr.ictlco. I will not say that It Is lnc:ra Wo. hut I never knew of u caso lo get woll; but, I will say It Is not deinaod curahlu by any remedies known to tho medical profession." After this successful and confirmatory Investigation In New York, < ur rupoitor, .t-uturduy, April id, 1S'.)2, visited Bt. Peter'a Hospital, In Albuny, corner of Albany und Forry streets. He bud courteous reception by sister Mury I'll 11- omenu. the BUtor Superior of Bt. I'eier'* Hospital, and whan told the object ot bis vlult. said sbu lememhered tbe cute of poor Mr. Quant very distinctly. Bald abet "It waa u very distressing case and excited 'my syiupatblet much. Pour fellow, hn couldn't be cured, und bad to go horns In a terrible condition ot helplessness und suffering." 'J lie houso pbyslcluii, on consulting the record* of Bt, Peter's Uoapltul, said hi found only that Chariot A. Quant enleied tho hospital Murch Uth, 1600, was treated by Dr. Ilonry Hun, assisted by Ur, Van Dorvoer, who was then, 1800, at 'he bead of lbs hospital, and that bU cuso being deemed nut possible of cure, bo loft tho hospital and was taken tj his home, as he supposed to die, Such I* the full history of this most remarkable cuso of successful recovery from (a heretofore auppoiod Incurablo dl-oas.s and aftor ull the doctors bad alvon him up, J>y tho simple use of Dr. Williams' Pink Tills for Pule People, Truly It Is t.n Inter- HMllnir story of a most miraculous euro of a dieadful ulseuao by tbo simple use of this ular rt m dy. William Jones end his ton Blwttrd, cbarijod with the murder of Mrs, Caroline Jones, had their txtmination btfore lustice Siz r, at lldrtlund, and were bound ou>r to the circuit coutt for trial. The coroner's jury rendered a verdict that Mrs, Caroline Jones died from blows inflicted by William Jones and E J ward Jones. It. is reported that tbe Hartman k Puffer Trunk company and the M. M. Sccor Trunk company, of Racine, will enter tbo trunk trust. The F. J, Paleca Trunk company, also of Ktcine, has de- clintd lo go iuto the trust. During the past week death has claimed two of Brookfield's oldest and most respected settlers. Tbe names of tht deceased are George Nye and Mrs. Harriett Lamb. Both have been residents of tbe township for tbe pist forty years. Cupt. OiverPilon, an old atd respected citizen of Two Rivers, aged 50 years, died ut his bnme Saturday night of consump.. tion. Mr. Pilon bad held the office as captain of tbo life-eaving station at that place for I ho past fifteen ) ears. it is now authoritatively stated that thero will bo a Keeley cure tBtablisfaed in Wauwulosa. It is also reported that a large hotel will be erected in the immediate vicinity of tte institute for tbe accom- u.O'Jution of piticnts. A. II. KrouakopN largo steam sawmill at Rxblaod Centre was totally destroyed Uv lire SalurJuy night. The toss is 810,000 with no insurance. A ciiBb bond for tbe relense from jail of Librarian Linderfelt, of' Milwaukee, was ugreed to among friends of the prisoner, and surety in the sum of 85,000 filed with John Johnson, Angus 8 uith, Rev. Wm, Che tor, A. S ocutu and W. H. Turner as bondsmen, each depositing 81,000. Chas. Barbtr and H. B. Harshaw have been retained as counsel for tne defease in a suit brought by Ltnsiladn county ' 1 fwtborJiiyMUgaJlon revealed the fact against the bondsmen of 0. H, Lurzelere, iit . .,~r • the alleged difaulting treasurer, forreco*- that Dr. Williams' Pink puis aro not a ery of 88 000, tbe amount of the defalca- patcnt medicine In tho sen oln uhlcli thai tJ0Di Among (he bondsmen are Congress- io' utlBT^rop^tT 00 a'ucc^futf; -J"* Ljneh and Edward.Bid™*. l J& used in general practlco for inu ,y yours defense will claim that the county board (before being offered to the public goner- knew of the alleged Bhortage at the close ully, 'ihey contain in a condeusoJ form of the first jear of Lirz"lere'aterm but ull the elements necessary to itlve new deliberately lyppreised tieknowledge. Tt,,r, o»,>u, u ,l H,,lJ„,.ll'. J__ . life and rlcbnesi to the b'.ooJ, und restoro shattered nerves, hey are uu unfailing .poctfic for such' diseases us loco­ motor ataxia, partial paralysis ft Vitus dunce, solution, ueurs gls,, nervous headache, tbe after effects of |u grippe, palpitation of the heart, pule und sallow complexkn >. that tired feeling re- suiting from nervous prostration I all diseases depending upon vitiated humors In tne blood, such as scnfulu, chronic er, alp- elut, etc. They are also « specific for (rou­ bles peculiar to females, suub aa suppressions, Irregulurltlst, and all forms of weak- west eminent Oeeadlan physicians, . •renounced Incurable, aid paid tbe •l.MJ total disability claim allowed by the order latiSefc essay .iw^fe^ltt, Mas. Burglars'entered Caldwell's dry goods store at Hudson, Gloves, talks and laces to Ibe value of seveiul hundred dollars are missing. Thero is no liece of tbe thieves. Toe wot k ti pa\ ing two or more ot tbe principal ttreeis of Chippewa Falls is soon to ba commenced, 'in" eontiact bat been let for tbe Bawing ot »be blocks to be used, and tbe work wh«n commenced will be pushed forward rapidly, James Soaulon, a prominent yoiiiig mas) nf Lyndon station, died Saturday evening, loess Tbey build up the blood and rustora „ftfr an illness of over a veur the glow of health to pate or sallow cheeks.. m Sl"j ' M fl* lathe e»*e of men they enact a radical care lo alt oases srlslni from nientalwor*' ry, ovttwMk or excesses et whatevet nature. - Fire deslrojed tho bum "jelooglag to" Charles Hultbide, ot Waupaca, Saturday night.,, A1 intern exploding while he waa doing tte chores wtu tbe cam*,. '«Jti,

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