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The fnllowln- psraeraph, wtaloh snnaarasl
In Ui New short time aao, furnishes! tha
bunt of this Information ram that w
an wonderfully remrluitle that It iteraanifol
further eplntlon. It la of ii(tlnlmt Im
rortanee to the News' reailar to report It to
them full. It wna an lmortnt than that
It attracted consMernhla attention at tha
tlmt. Tha following It tha paragraph in
T. B. Nortliron, for 4S Tr one of tha
hat known merehanta on Woodward ara
titie, who km iinoeil to ba rtvin lt
prlnu of locomotor ataxia, or rraopliiAj
paralyirla, haa aeeiired a new lea of Ufa ami
returned to work at hia store. Tha illamaa
has always lieen enppoael to ha luetirable,
tut Mr. Nnrtiirop'a oomlltlnn la BTentlr lm
riron', and it tank now a If tha gravs
W( uld lie cheated of Its prer."
Wnoe that time Mr. Northrop haa steadily1
Improved, not only In looks, hut In nmidit.lon,
till he haa regained hla old-time strength.
It had hern hinted to the writer of tlila
article, who wna nnpininted with Mr,
Northrop, that thia miraculous change hl
been wroURhr by a very aiuiple remedy
called IT. Williams rink Villa for Tale Peo
ple. Whan asked about it Mr. Northron
fully verified tha statement, and Dot
only an, but ha had taken wins to
Inform any ona who waa suffering
In a atmilar hianimr when he heard of any
audi case. Mr. Northrop waa enthtifiiattio
at thrrosult in hi own raaa of Dr. Williams'
rink Pills. It wna a remedy that ha had
heard of after he had tried everything ha
could bops to give him relief. He hail bean
In the cere of the heat ph ysicians who did all
they could to alleviate tlila terrible malady,
Iwt without any avail. He had given up
hope, when a friend In Lockport, N. Y
wrote him of the caae of a perron there who
bad been rural In similar eircmnstanos by
I. William' Pink 1'illa (or I'ale People.
The purport cured at Lockport had
obtained hla information respecting
Dr. Wllliami' Pink Pilla from an article
rmhllahed in the Hamilton, OnU, Time.
The caae waa called "I'll Hamilton Miracle
and told the atory of a man In that city who,
after almoat incredible atilToring, waa pro
nounced by tha mort eminent physicians to
betnrurahla and iiermanontly disahled. Ha
had apent hundred of dollar in all aorta of
treatment and appliance only to be told In
the end that (here waa no hope fur him, and
that cure waa Impoeallile. Tha person al
luded to (Mr. John Marehall, of ItS Utile
William Ht, Hamilton, Ont,l waa mem
ber of the Royal Templara of Temperance,
nd after having been pronounced perma
nently disabled and incurable by ths physi
cians, was paid tha l(WOdibllUy Inauranca
provided by tha order for It member in
euch caae. For yean Mr, Marehal! bad been
utterly holple, and waa barely able to drag
bitnreif arotmd bia hotiae with tha aid of
crutches. Ilia ngonlea were almoat unbear
able and life was a burden to him, when at
laat relief came, Bome month after
be had been paid the disability
claim h heard of Dr. Williamt' rink 1'illa
nd waa Induced to try thnin. The result
waj mirncnloua; almoat from the outset an
Improvement wit noticed, and In a few
month the mtia whom medical exptrl lad
aid waa Incurable, wo going about tha
city healthier and atrongerthen before. Mr.
Marshall waa an well known in Hamilton
that all the city nenapancr wrote up hia
wonderful recovery In detail, nod It was
thus, a before stated, that Mr. Northrop
came into poaaeaaion of the information that
led to hia equally marvelou recovery. Ona
eruld scarcely conceive a caae more hopeless
than that of Mr. Northrop. Hia injury
came about In this wsy: One day, nearly
four yenra ago, lie stumbled and tell the
complete length of a steep flight of stairs
which were at the rear of his store, Hi
head and spine were severely injured. He
was picked up and taken to hla home. Creep
ing paralysi very toon developed iteelf, and
In aplte of the moat strenuous efforts
of friends and physicians the ter
rible affliction fastened itself upon him.
For nearly two years he was perfectly
helpless. He could do nothing to up
port bis strength in the least effort. He bail
to be whoeled about in an invalid's chair.
He was weak, pale and fast sinking when
bis timely information came that veritably
snatched his life from the jaw of death.
Those who at that time saw a feeble old man
wheeled into his store on an invalid's chair
would not recognixo the man now, so great
Is the change that Dr. Williams' rink Pilla
have wrought. When Mr. Northrop learned
of the remedy that had cured Mi. Atarshall
in Hamilton, and the person In Lockport, h
procured supply ot Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills through Messrs. Dassett & L' Homme
ttieu, M Woodward avenue, and from tha
outset lound an improvement. He fnithftillj
adhered to the use of the remedy until now
be ia completely restored. Mr. Northrop
declares that there can be no doubt as to
Fink Pills being the causa of bis restoration
to health, as ail other remedies and medical
treatment loll him in a condition rapidly go
ing from bad to worse, until at last It was
declared there was no hope for him and he
waa pronounced Incurable. He was in this
terrible condition when ha began to ui Dr.
W illiams' Pink Pills, and they have restored
bim to health.
Mr. Northrop was asked what was claimed
for this wonderful remedy, nod replied that
be understood that the proprietors elaiui it
to be a blood Luilder aud nerve reitomr;
supplying iu a condensed form all the ele
ments necaasary to enrich the blood, restore
shattered nerve an I drive out disease. It
la claimed by the proprietors that Pink Pills
will cure para ly sin, rheumatism, sciatica,
palpitation of the h-art, headache, and all
diseases peculiar to females, law of appetite,
dizsineas, lseplessnesi,'losi of memory, aud
ail diseases arising- from overwork, mental
worry, loss of vital force, etc.
"1 want to say, said Mr. Northrop, "that
I don't have much faith '4 patent medicines,
but I oaunot say too i-iach In favor ot Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. The proprietor, hot -ever,
claim that they are not a patent med
icine iu the aenae in whioii that term la used,
but highly acionUflo preparation, the re
ault of years of careful etuly and experi
ment on the part of the proprietors, and tha
pilla were suooassfully used in private
practice for year before being plaoed
for general sals. Mr. Northrop
declares that he is living ex
ample that there ia nothing to equtl these
pills as a cure for nerve disoasea. On inquiry
the writer fouud that these pills were man
ufactured by Dr. Williami" Medicine Co.,
Bonanectady, N. Y., aud Brackvills, Ont.,
and the pills are sold in boxes (never in bulk
, by the hundred), at SO oenta a box, and may
be had ot all drmrgiaU or direct by mail
from Or. Williams' Medicine Co., from either
bore addressee. The price at which these
plus are sold makes a course of treatment
with them comparatively Inexpensive as
compared with other remedies or medioal
treatment. This oase is one of the moat re
markable on reoord. an I a it ia one right
here in Detroit, ana not thousand mils,
way, it osn be easily verlHed. Mr. North
trap I very well known to the people of
Detroit, and be aays he if only too glad to
testify of toe marvelous good wrought In bis
ease. lie aaye he consider; It hia duty to
help all who are similarly afflicted by any
vara as can aey in oeuau oc ute woaoonui
ffiuaoj of Dr. Williams' Pink PUU.
Analysis thowt that while mort
than balf the potaah 1 lost from tai
bark, but a small Quantity of tb
phosphoric acid la lost. Tanner
ashes are worth considerably . mort
tban leached wood asbss, and an
always worth hauling away; stll)
aucb ashes contain eonslderabli
SERVICE IN THE BIG MILL
A SEASON Of WORSHIP TJNDRR
Meat Peculiar Conditions. Incidents and
Devrlopmsnta In the Homestead
Pumlny mnrnltiR at II o'clock Cliitplnin
Clarence A. Ailnina, of the Hlxleeiitli fegl
inent, delivered an Interesting tloapel talk
lo the men Inaiile the Cirnegla works at
llnincteml. The services were held 111 the
big beiim mill. Hcrmona Imve been deliver
ed in many strange phicca nnd under pecul
iar conditions, but it Is a iiitinii whether
a niinWiT ever before addressed a roncre
giitinn under audi ronililiotia aa tboe cmi
frinilliig I'unpliilti Adams. The naacnibliigo
numbered about mm, ami iiirliiili d work
men, wnli'limen and tin whiwc duty it Is
to provide fur the aualc mine anil eonifort
of (he other. Hiipi-rintctiilniit Potter nml
many of his nMtniita were also Included
among the IMencr.
Itwii'iiti Inlere-ting iiclure In study.
The bright light of 11 perlert ilny wn md
softened I'V rote-tinted window nor sluid
nwetl by (iotble an liea nml column", but
at reiiini'd in boldly through big skylight,
alMrply ilellning liir hiigh steel briuiia and
girders anppiirling the big structure, and
i-ieiirly lighting up the face of the men.
They were inli llUenl fm-ea, the majority of
them , mid pluinly rt Heeled the Miry inn
emotion" that stirred them 11" they eiifneed
in the service of song and prsl-e.
An oreheitra rendered "Nearer My foil
to Thee" a n voluntary, and llien evety on
stiHid up nml anng the IIoiiiiIoil'.v ill a nay
tlmt IliHile the linineni' building ring like a
mounter music box. 1 hi wna followed hy
Hie Lord's prayer repented In tniioii, 'Unit
good old hymn. ".Mv fnitli look tip to
Thee, i'lioii l.mnli of Calvary" wa then
finig. and nguiu thephire reaoiimled Willi a
rich, lull liarnii.ny, aucb 11 can only be
prndiiiwd by the singing of n large IhhIv of
men. A abort rending id the Scripture nml
prayer followed bv allot her lirmn, "Stiiiul
up.Vt.ind up for .lcnis, ye Hol'ilier ol the
t ri," prci eeiled the sermon.
A Sti MKII COM MIT IS 1MK Mil l..
Htitnlny hfterno.in the in hetra whieli
bad furnished nn iieinmpnuimeiit to the
singing during the religion service in the
tnoriiing gnve 11 concert in the bentn mill.
The oignniznlioii wna c mipooeil of nine
pieivs, anil renilereil a program of sacred,
eliiHial mid xipnlnr solections in a milliner
that was greatly enjoyed by the men. jnd
iriiig lroni the repented rounds of applause,
i his Himday nfternmin concert differed from
tnot entertainment Of that iinmo in that
there wu no bur attachment, The concert
wna in a way a atrnuge event fully as
strange a the" cireuinntnuci1 surrounding
the rt'ligioii exercises of the morning, and
una commented mi a such by many in the
crowd who vi'iled the cninp on the bill
nliove nml listened to the sweet strains as
they were wnfted upward on the cooling
breeze. Mere, In a free country, were men
prat tlcallv prisoner, guarded by the omit
of over l,.viisi of the State militia, enjoying
a diversion as though in some popular
nvnniaai mkn at woiik.
More men were received at the wnrka on
Hutiinluy and Sunday. The number of men
who were nt work Monday morning was
over ism. l ive bunk hou are already
built and occupied, another is about com
pleted nml more w ill be built. The number
of men now in the mill exceeds the lunik
bouse rapacity Jnit nt present and scone
have to pluce their rota in the ililli rent mill
building alter work is over.
The company I preparing to cure for lis
new force for several month to conic, till
ttii h time, ill fact, ns thev shall be recog
nized liv other H'opli!iit ilomesteail and he
able to buy anil sell undisturbed by anv boy
cotting measure. To thia end, lit addition
to the I'm new bouses to be built on the
Carnegie iiilditlon oil the otbersidc of Light h
uvenne, 11 number of temporary dwelling'
houses will he built inside the null yurd.
MIL I'ltICK ON HIS KKKT.
TUT I IIMKMA1 SAT t r AMI WtLKKD Allol't
st'MiAV roil sivniAi. iiot iis.
Chnirman H. 0. Krlck, of the Carnegie
Pticl Company, was able to ait up nml walk
about Sunday lor the lirst time since hi
narrow escntw fiom death by the bullet and
knife of Anarchist llerkmiiu. Hi wound
iu the back are entirely henled on the sur
face, and cause bim littlu if any pain. The
bullet won mis In bin neck are entirely heal
ed. Mr. Krlck wanted to go to hi office tdlny
but the physician would not Ttnit it. Mr.
Knok will be out. however, tiy Thursday or
Kriday. Arrangements have been made at
hia home to enable the chairman to attend
to considerable of li ia regular business this
THK DUljlTrlSNK STRIKE.
The eleventh duy of the l)iiiUesue strike
ended Monday witli but little change in the
situation. Siipt. Morrison issued a notice to
the strikers to the c fleet that the mill would
be started up iu one week in nil depart
ment, and that former employes who did
not return to their Jobs by that time might
consider themselves out of the company's
service. The men amy that if non-union
men ave taken to the mill there will be no
trouble, a only moral suasion will be used
AN A KC1 1 ISTS H ELD.
SAt'l R AND Mot. 11 UIVK.N A HK A It! Ml AND SENT
TO JAII. TOM A COl'KT TIIIAI,.
Henry llnuer and Charle Nold.tlie pair of
narchist who were arrested by detective
at i'ituburg, l'a lust week, were given
hearing belore Police Magistrate Uripp,
They were charged with ronspiracv and
being uccessory before the fact to the at
tempted murder o' H. C. Krick. They were
held for trial at court In the sum of t-.UuU
each on the first charge and committed
without buil on the second information.
CONGRESSMAN CRAIO DEAD.
Representative From the Twenty Fourth
(Pa, I Dlatriot Paaaed Away
Alexander D. Craig, member of Con
gress from the Twenty-fourth (Pa.) district,
died at hit home In Clayaville, Washington
county, l'a., at 9 o'clock Friday night. Tha
deceased had been in delicate health for
Congressman Craig was a native of Wash
ington county. During all his life be waa
an active Democrat, but wu little known
outside of bis own county until he was
nominated for Congress against Colonel An
drew Ktewurt two year ago. Mr. Craig has
served in Congress since February. He was
about (10 year old and but recently announ
ced himself as a candidate for re-election. He
wo an earnest, conscientious member of
Congress, und be was held in nign esteem
by all who know him. He wu especially
popular iu hi own county. He leave a
Halifax's Destitute Thousand.
Tht condition of the people in the un
burned section of Halifax, N. S it about as
deplorable as those of the 7,000 homeless en
camped on the Held. Case are reported of
people In the isred district setting tire to
their scanty poeaataiont in order to share In
the relief distribution of food, clothing end
money.. , ,
Idaho Itinera Locked TJp.
Bout City, Ida., July 80 The 25 prisoners
that were brought down from Wallace and
Warduer were put In the county Jail bare to
await Ute action of the Federal Court,
FIR '-SECOND CONGRESS.
Monpav. tn the flenale to-day, Mr. Petti
prew Introduced a Joint resolution, which
referred to the committee on the Quadro
ceutenninl. authorizing foreign rihibltor
to the World Columbian eipoaitinn to
bring to thl country foreign laborer, for
the purpose of preparing for nod making
their exhibit. Mr. Cullom offered a con
current resolution which wna agreed to
granting the Indie of Washington per
mission to give a reception in the cnpitol nn
the l'Mb of September 1H0., to the (.rami
Army of the Republic and to the Woman
belief Corp. After some further un
important business the Senate adjourned.
In the lion", after routine business, Mr.
IlriMikshire of Indians, from the committee
on is-islotlliisi and postrnada, rcorted back
adversely n memorial asking for nn Inve-tl-
f iition relative to pneumatic postnl service
11 I'hilndelphin. l aid on the table. The
House then adjourned.
Tt rsmv In spite of the super heated at
lnospher in the senate chntuber to day the
opening debate In the presidential cnmpiiiiii
took plnif. Mr. Aldrich opened it with a
declaration that the tariff ipiestlon wn to
become by common consent the lending is
sue of that campaign. Mr. Vest took lip the
r aunt let and announced It I the ileteruiinn
urn of the I Vomers! ic party to make that
the Issue In every lownvhlp In the Intnl. 'I be
debate wn also participated In by Senator
Allison, Hale and l'a liner. It lasted be
tween four and live hours, and at Ita close
tin' resolution on which It wna linked was
Inid on the table, to be taken upagnln when
Mr. Carlisle shall be ready to answer Mr.
Aldrich on the point made by bim. The
antl option bill wa taken up, 'but, a the
lime tor adjournment wn close ai iinnu,
the bill was laid over till to-morrow. The
anti-option hill wna laid before the senate a
the utillnisheil business, and It went over
The general ilellclency bill pnscil the
house bulav. A bill passed to reserve from
entry one section Iu each township In I'kla
homn so 11 to have in reserve n body of
land which nuiv be sold after Oklnhiimn I
admitted an a state. The bouse also parsed
a bill providing Hint 110 railroad in Okla
homa or In the Indian territory shall charge
more than three cents per mile for passen
gers. Abo, n bill to enable the people of
V 'tills to arrange for partii Ipalion in the
World' fnir. Adjourned.
Whinkpv. In the Sennle lo-dnv. on
motion of Mr. Cullom, the senate bill to
create a national highway commission and
to prescribe ita dutiea was taken from the
calendar nml passed. The commission Is to
be created for the purpose of a general In
(iiiirv into Hie condition ol highway
throughout the I'nited Stall's ami the means
for their Improvement, especially to the
best mi'thisl of securing a proper exhibit nt
the World's Columbian exposition or im
proved appliances for ronilinaking. The sen
ate bill to facilitate the enforcement of the
immigration nml contract labor laws of the
l ulled State w as taken up on motion of
Mr. Chandler and alter explanation and
some serhnl amendment wa passed.
In the House ull the Senate amendments
to the sundry livil appropriation hill were
agreed to to-day except the World's Fair ii
propriatlon of IfA, (100,000. Ilolman led the
iilihustering against this until adjournment.
A motion to cut t lie amount to f ." wna lo-t
by Til to 111. A I i 1 1 a I adjournment resolu
tion will be brought in to-morrow-and H10
fair matter will bu brought to n lest thereby,
Titrnsinv The iinti-optimi bill was pass
ed to-day In the Semite. The Senate also
passed an eight-hour lnw n to public work
of the I'nitl-d States nml. of the district of
Columbia. The Committee on Contingent
Cxpensc reported a resolution for a com
mittee of seven to inquire into the Home
stead trouble, including the Pinkerton ques
tion; also the mining trouble in Idaho Mr.
tmny objected to the present consideration
of the resolution, and it wn laid over until
The proceeding in the House to-dny were
Intensely stupid, and Iilihustering motion
on the World Knir iipproprintion prevailed
nil day. The only motion now in order
until the ileadliH k is broken lire for ad
journment nml a call of the House. These
dilatory luetic were pursued until 4 o'clock,
when the House ncljourntd until to
morrow. Kmi'AY. In the Senate to-dny, after Some
dilliculty In obtaining a quorum ami a brief
silver speech by Mr. Stewurl, Mr. Carlisle
addressed the Senate on Mr. Hale s resolu
tion 11s to the relative merits of "protection"
and a "tariff for revenue only," and in re
sponse to the speeches of Messrs. Hale and
Aldrich. After a short speech by Mr. Al
lison in ilctcnse ol the McKiniey mil sir.
Hartley obtained Hie door. The llnle reso
lution went over till to-morrow and the
anti-option bill was luid belore the Senate
as the "unfinished business." It wn luid
aside Informally, and the President mes
sage vetoing the Mcthirrnhnn claim bill wna
read ami KistHiued until the second Tues
day in December licit. Adjourned.
In the House Kepresentative Hutch, from
the commltteeoii agriculture submitted to
the House, a report prepared by the commit
tee on the ellect of the present land law
upon agriculture. The world's Pair hill
was then taken up and filibustering continu
ed until adjournment.
Hatihoay. In theSenate, Mr. Quay called
up the resolution adopted by the house an
nouncing the death of Kepresentative Crulg.
At 2 -tJ It adjourned. The cbuir appointed
Messrs. Cameron, Curr and (ionium to re
present the Hcnnte nt Mr. Craig's funeral.
In the House the World's Pair Appropria
tion bill was again under consideration, aud
no action wa reached when the bouse ad
journed on account of the death of t'ou-
ANARCHISTS ALONE TO BLAME
for the Shooting of H. 0. Frkk. Several
Arraata Made, and More
The Pittsburgh (Pa.) police authorities
have placed under arrest Henry Ilauer. a
notorious Pittsburgh uniirchist on thecburge
of complicity In the attempted murder of
H. C. Krick, chairman of the Curnegie Co.
by licrkman. The Pittsburgh Chief of
Police, O'Marn, alio arrested Fredericb
Mollich, a New York anarchist, on same
charge, and brought him to Pitts
burgh for trial. Johan Most, of New
York, is also believed to be in
plicated in the plot against Krlck,
nd hi arrest i also contemplated. The
Pittsburg police are active in searching an
archistic headquarters for proof of complic
ity in the Krlck assault, and already have
secured enough evidence to fully prove that
the shooting of H. C. Krlck waa the result
of a deeply luid plot of the Anarchists,
nd sensational development are expected.
These Investigation fully prove that the
Homestead striker nor the Amalgamated
Association bad nothing whatever to do
with the case. The anarchists on several
occasion tried to interest the Homestead
workmen in their methods, but every time
the nun sternly refused their co-operation
The !. KeeerS.
The following table show the standing of
the various base bull clubs:
Won. Lost, poned. Cent.
Philadelphia 0.... 6 1 043
Brooklyn 0.... 6 0 U43
Cleveland 8.... 5 0 043
New York. 8.... 6 0 015
lialtimor 8.... 0 1 671
Boston 8.... 6 0 671
Cincinnati .... 6 0 671
Chicago 6.... 8 0........629
Washington 6.... 8 0 2H
PitUburgh A.... 8 1 885
fit. Louis 4. ...10 1 2MI
Louisville ., 3....U 0 214
No MAif can hnte hi brother with
out also hntltiR God.
TM wnoi.WAt retcn a ntTis moil
OSAtN. Vtnlia AUtlPRfD.
vVHRAT No. 3 Ited I M Q
No. 8 lied CO
COKN-Nn. 2 Yellow ear... f7
High Miied ear M
Mixed enr 4H
Shelled Mixed M
DATS No. 1 While
No. 2 While im
No. White .'
RYIC-No. I Pa A Ohio.... 711
No. 2 Westrrn J
r'l.nt'H Pancy winter pat
Knncy Spring patent
I'nncy St might winter....
IIAY-llnleil Nn. 1 Tim'y..
Haled No. 2 Timothy.....
Timothy from country...
Pl:i;l-No 1 W'b Md T
I'lincy country roll
Choice country roll
Low grnile A conking....
tTIKKS KO New cr in mild
New York (loshen ' .
Wisconsin Swiss brick..
nu iT ami vaniTAni.ra.
iPPLKS-Kiiiicv. V bid
Knir to choice, V bhl....
I) LANS Select, bu
l'a itt (I llcans, V hid
Yellow danver V bid....
Yellow onion, f bid
Spanish, f crate
fAI'.IIAtiK. New derate...
Knncy Hose per bid
Choice ttoeJ!per bid
' " " lOI'l.TllV I If.
DM lSKD CHICK KN8
. ircssed duck fit'
Dressed turkev fl
livi; II l KI'.NS
I.iveSpring chickens f) pr
Live Ducks y pr
Live tieese pr
Live Turkev IHll
E'dtS-l'n iV Uhiu fresh....
Kxlra liveOeese tl
No 1 Kxtra live geese fib
2 ri 2 7.1
1 .'ill 2 bu
1 2il 1 40
75 1 0M
2 00 2 J
2 n 2 00
1 40 1 fiO
NISI II I. A K lot a.
Ji:i:ilH West Med III llo er
RA'IS Country mixed ...
HON KY White clover ....
IVIIKAT-No. 2 lUd
K Y 10 No. 2
12 ir,i tl 20
I Illl.Alil-l.l II I A.
W II KAT New No, 2. lied.. ei
:'OltN-No. 2. Mixed M
'.lATH-No. 2. White 7
III VITIOU Creamery Kxtra. 20 21
K(i(iS-Pii., Ki rst ...... . 17
KLOCK-Pnteiits 6 00 C 00
WH KAT No, 2 Hed e'l 3
KYK Western H
I'OltN-t'ngrndcd Mixed t"7 Ml
DATS Mixed Western 87
IUHTI0K Creamery 15 20
Ltit.M Kate nml I'cnn 14 15
sast LinrKTY, 1'irrsiiriio stock vakd.
Prime Steer - I 4 60 to 4 7.1
Kairtotiood 8 00 to 4 20
Common 8 0(1 to 3 HO
Hull and dry cow lwilo
Veal Calve 4 60 to 6 60
Heavy rough calve 2 60 to 3 60
Kresh cows, per bead 20 00 to 45 00
Prime 5 to 100-11. sheep. ... 4 Mo 6 25
Common 70 to 75 Bi sheep... 8 00 to 3 23
Yearling 5 10 to 5 76
Spring ,nint. 4 60 to 0 25
6 70 to B 00
4 Ml to 6 10
5 00 to 4 00
In the Neck.
The following I from
Mrs. J.W. Tillhrook.wlfa
of the Mayor of McKees
" My little ImyWIIIIfl,
now 8 years old, 2 year
ago hnil a scrofula biiru-b
Willi Taik.AAl. llnuer one ear wnu n I lie
Willi Tlllbrook. Uo(.ir lanced and It ilis.
rhurved for aoine time. We then heuan giving
bilu liissl's HHrsapurilla nml the Mini healed
up. Ills cure ia due In ITOQD'S SARSA
PARILLA. he bus iie.er Is-i-ii very rntmst,
Init now soeiim beulthy uud da.ily arrowing
HOOD'S PILLS do not weaken, but nid
digest iuu aud toue the atoinai-h- Try tbem. &c
FN U .'II
Kidney, Liver and Bladder Curt
Lnmbaa-o, pain In joint or back, brick dust la
Urine, f reijueut calls, irritation, Intlnmntlon,
gravel, ulceration or catarrh of bladder.
Impaired digestion, rout, bllltous-headachiw
m W A mF-Ht4T cure kidney dlWcultis,
Im Uripp, urinary trouble, bright' dlswuss.
Scrofula, malaria. tn1 weakness or debility.
Slaaraatov- Pas aoetonla of Oaa Soma. If bsy
KmT llnaylaU rul ralusd lo tM. fs-ua ai4,
At Dracatala, (Oc. Slaa, 1 .00 aus.
vaiwsalkW OuMe Is Haaltb-rraa-Ceawastwa trad
1 Kiutas COh liiauiLAirros. N. T. .
" 1Tk Vila WsasS.
The fihsh of Persia has ft totmooo
pine worth 1400,000.
The better cms or the I'hiitDDine
lsUnders smoke clears a foot lotiR.
John D. Rockefeller prefers a inlld
cigar, costing aliout 40 cents.
(JalvlD n. Hrice smokes the iot
cigar obtalnnble. He lean Incessant
Cornell!!. VanoVrbllt smokes tery
stronif cigars, worth about a quarter
Though Jny Oould never smokes,
tie Is wild to be an exrollrnt Jutlge ol
a cigar, and tlio briinds lio keeps on
hand to give to hlH friends are choice
enough for the most captious con
nolsiaetir. Last year French smokers consumed
4,(100,000 francs' worth of clgnrs, 10,.
000,000 of cigarettes, Zfl.ooo.ooo ol
stiulT, and Bl.ooo.ooo of pipe tobareo.
The greatest nu IT takers are old peas,
ants and prlexts.
The litiruH'NO nutlve delight In
huge, loosely rolled cheroots, tnryltig
from six to eighteen Inches In length.
Among the Anglo-Indians the Trlctv
Inopoly cheioot, with a straw down
the middle, Is a great fnvorlte. It li
made In all sl7.es, from ten luches to
Kncllah and French Uun.
Klve great Engllh warships are
now declurcd to have guns which are
titillt for service. These range from
110 to 07 tons. The French 75-t'in
guns, however, aro salt) to be sails-
The article," A Hetrnlt Miracle," taken from
a llelniil plter, la illlte ililerestlng rimllTiK.
I tells how one of the his-kniiwn inereliniiU
of thai city suddenly atis nn-il nt Ida linsliiem
with apimretitlv a new lease of lite, when It
as supuuaed that be was a very sick uiau.
(real llritiiin has :ti-',:l acre of or
chards. lull's Catarrh Cure Is liquid and la taken
Ititcrinili)-, nml nctn illrei-tly upim the hlissl
linil nillci'iis snrrncea of the system. Semi (vr
teatiuionials. Iri-e. H.1I1I liv UravuM. lrK,
K.J. CHKnrvA Co., Propis., Toledo, t.
A smoke-btack A packago of ci
garettes. la I'aanlrr Hamlet,
Far from a physician, every family ahonhl keep
r. llnx-ie t'ertahi Croup (.'lire in the house.
This ilisllnguished remeiiy rr lil-ava ! iinrf itlt
tmrrs of 1 roup. Whisiplng Cough, llronchllls,
lilptherelic Knre I'lirnal, Coughs ami Cnlils.
Hi .lit hy proiniiieiit riiugKlsts. fine Manutuu
turill ly A. P. lloxsi, huflalo, N. Y.
In Japan the women load the veaea.
A Cnmplele Sewapnper rnr line Cent.
7Vir I'iittltH ih i'hrtmtrU -Trlrlrniih Is srilil by
all New Amenta nml delivered hy Carrier
every where, tor Our. IVnf aeop)-or Ntr Crus a
week. It contains fhtily, tlui new of the
worul, rer-elvintf aa It does, the resirts of botti
the Assis-iateil press mid the fulled Prss. No
oilier paper which sells for rins I'rttt receives
hot h of these rep irts. Its Hpnrtlnir, Kiri'ineinl,
K'nHliliiri, ntul Household lii-pai-tiueata nre 1111
eipinleil. Oriler it from your New Agent.
Mr. Pnrlus Waterlmuse, Clmttiui'sig, Tenn.,
anvs: " II cost lm! liltle li, try llriuTycrotlne,
mill a trinl is nil tlmt Is necessary toconvthifi
tin-tliaiht lag thi'iisftnils llmt It will tura head
ache." All lrui:gists, llfl cents.
lr dropsy nfter a giswl night' sleep there I
liulieesiion nml stiiiiiacn disorder which
Itis-chnni's fills will cure.
m unf oc ecr.civrn
"iili T l-a-fi s. T-iinieH. nd paints whlck (tain
lliehsnils.lnuillie Iron, aiiil born nir.
Tlie HIMin Hun Htere Polish Is llrllllant.fXInr-
less, lliiial.ie.aiid Ilia Tianiimar ys lut Ho IIU
ur Blsss sii !' Willi avrry pnri-aasa.
m UHIUIN AT E D IN IrJIU
Tnn?s or xti aluoct a csmtubi.
DKHT IN THE WOULD.
Tta wearlnir (jusiliiei are unsurpassed, artaatlf
fynilastlu ibree toses or aoyi'tner hranil. Not
aaacusl T.j lii-ui. IWIJF.T Til K J:N I IMS
ton HA1.K KV IiKAl.KllS OLNI KAi.LY.
nrwOlLIN Ua.hlnglon, .
Successfully Prospcutca Claims.
LatMl-rlncliJfti iLzainlnnr V 8. pmml&n Bureau.
B islu las', sw, lCiutjuUii'ttUiicIuiuis, ulty siucm.
1 1 ris f s-vTrsti W. T, Pltxtrrnlil,
A 1 J jiN 1 Washlnsioii. I, .'.
wMMMHHa 40-iniiie bunk free.
UfSrM-MUstlt tM avth fwesrl -tUn Kt
i iir. MOO but tt-ar. hlara ltfr (. '.
A- 1 HttMUIH. Ird at MtMakt.ro, CiMatityatL,
V,rry linvt-ir. I'.rmrf fkiitilr slioulU k ( It at linmj,
fi,r ttifi I'f'ii.nMtn ilU (if lift) tnhi Ut urctif to any on.
It tn HdOthli.u. HfMlIntr and Pxiivtrntltiir Oim-o UMtl l
vvrtYf wsihUiF Ht.I 1 vi rtu lieri l'rlcr' Vr , ni,$z. Km 11
lektrm-ulaw. fnu. 1. H. JoIINKoN A IhatrroN, Maaa.
LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES
"Heat S eeat
Sll. talalasas f .
JOHN P. LOVKLL ARMS CO., Wlfra., Mf Waihlngtsa St., BOSTON, MASS-
IT IH A IM'TY raa aw rsar
elf aud tanilr la ael the Seal
valaa fur rar aaaaey. Kcaua
ilaa la roar fattiweur by sura
rbaalna tV. I.. Uuualaa ethoe.
svhteb repreaeal the beat value
for arirra aaked, a Ibeusaada
tr TAKE KO Kl BslTITt'TS.
Aft if rtm w a nniiAi act tuAre Much aabatttutloae arw fraudat t aad auojact ta ptnaaaa
AO rill W, L. UUUULAd OHQtS, iu bf Uw for ottalaiac monej vadatfalMprateaeM (
' If oat far aala la yaar alaca eeatt 4i ran la Faciary Matter klesm. eiea mm4 width
waatvA. Paaiaaa fraa. Will rarluaWa aala tm ekaa daelere aa4 aeaeralpiav
ktMita waara 1 aava aa aata w rita far LaiaUtaue. w. Im UaaaiM acaAtaa Maaa
Both tlio mftliod and results svuen
tyriip tif Figg is taken; it is pleasant
and rorrosliiiifr to the twate, and acU
penlly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and llowels, cleanses the sys
tem cfferliially, tlifpels cohls, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Pvrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac
ceptable to the stnmaeh, prompt io
its action and truly heneficinl in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all nud have made it the moat
popular remedy known.
pyrtip of Figs is for sale In 60o
and II bottles by nil leading drug
gifts. Any rclinble druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. l)o not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP C01
SAN MAHCISCO, UAL.
lOUMIUt. Kf. HtW rout. H.t.
Just a bad cold, and a hack in Z
cough. We nil suffer that way some
times. How to get rid of them is
the Btudy. Listen " I am a Ranch
man and Stork Raiser. My life ia
rough and exposed. I meet all
weathers in the Colorado mountains.
I sometimes take colds. Often they
are severe. I have used German
Syrup five years for these. A few
doses will cure them at any stage.
The last one I had was stopped in
34 hours. It is infallible." James
A. Lee, Jefferson, Col. 9
pntrTtn! Fly K.llr ! mr Wrh. Rvnrjr ft,t wfft
kill ifiifirt (if flic, aud wciiru ponr writ If juv Ml,
quiet ww a you rMMl nnd lh cornf'trM of umi im
tbtf moriiiriii. Uct Imtriirr'H ami (! rr bt rMttlMb
FRED'S DUTCHES DRDO CO.,
nr. alsVari Til
Cm an MpflYa ana pmpm
who h? weak hioor Aith
ma, atoonld dn Flao'aGar for
Coniampuon. It hu wr4
Uoataadi, It taaa not Injur
l on. It ia ont bai lotaa.
II la tbt) bat eoagh arrup.
fiil4 avarrwkar. .
5 I'UflfT Use hKfMl. ar uf aid t-f
7v Jj ?m-I nal. Tli ln ireotiral rsmlryS
X y i m-lt in known for Bilionanraw.X.
Sf rAy OfiiiRllDntion, 'Ti-pODHU, knmlp
&W)Ijtr Brwatli, H ad hit, HeamurB, txw
f V of A tip' tit h, MinUJ lMpnMsifiu.
r Painful UtafMtlon, i'tippUj, lfaukf
- fVwiptriiou. TlrM FMltbf.
' every ymvttm tr dt-aM i-awiltina; from Ttnai
Vlilfabd. rrariU)Tirc hy Mm ptomtv li. Uvr or lnttliMB
xt. latrffriTi thtlr pf.nr funrtlxiii. r-rmnjft U9
'vrr-fMitiuf ai bmntHlh iklnraTARf fr.afUrrr
Z.hii.l Pr1(i.(n.ll lffrip1: lbottieWr. Ad X
X tin THK RIP N f :ll F. M V Ah ' .10 Kpmoa l J f T
I Agrmf Waalrtli k liiHtV nrrrfal prit.
O 8 ood,TnrOTivpon.
n 6Vi a toa-X r
TATKsITH t I'KNsilllVsl t-sn. fnr Invimv
X oi 's i. 'ilils nr Ituw 10 ohtutti n I'mnnt. i.uafu
Mini i.f l'KNl( nnd HOI NT V I A U s.
'I Mil. K O'S'AKHKU WASH1XUIU.S. D.a
and Cant. Su atslea
enuoiaiicCunion ana eoiia Tlraa.
rraira, Stsa Droa roranaa. Sisal
Tubisf Adjualable 8il Ssansf to sit running aarta,
including Padala. auipaniibn &adl.
HIGH OKADX im livery Particular.
la sUaip for ear iofcpwe llfaatraltd aalak
wraiTCra, aueriiag weaaa, af.
V. L. DOUGLAS
IHt ItS I aHUc IN THE WURLD run IHt MOXhT.
A veoaliisBrwffd ah. that iHU not Hp, fls emit, auilM
fmucta liir,iaj, aexlt.i, luunt tttniroibl,atrliab and durabt Umup
any utbrr attua ever aoitl at ihm yiiat, iiwtU utuluu maO at.ua
antlft Hanifwti flnacaJf ahoaa. Tba noat atgrlli
f r vaa sua uurauia Mua avwr auia at toaaa prtoaa.
Una lxnt rtwl ahoaaeoaktac frooa AS Ui All.
W rinco V m WW wuia vy tx ms na an uivri wia
want a good Leu 7 calf, threw autird, axumaion aiifw ifcaa.
ra'J hi wms io, uiu wiu u uasv iwiury ut4 w rnraaa.
CO 3 ftaa C'airatftdl.and Vrklacaa thmm
wt l aivamorawaarft lh munajr tua aoy othsrr Mka.
uty are ntaoia fur wrvkra. TUa lnoraaaluj aaiaa alww ttaat ww
lutmir'U have found this out
nAVQI Vaatha fl.tl Ko.aal Pbaaa mm
Ww 1 w worn by tta Ua rwiiara. TU auU aarrfav
aUa b(va w14 at tbaaa prlcaa
LAUICO fiboM for Mkaaaa ara DiwtUof tkabaallu
folaorfinacau. aa aaairiMi, Ttty ara Trw aiyiiaa, aiwa
1 of 1 Lie and durmLle. Taw $3 ahua aquala ouaaom aw4a
aaaaa voauBT frum 4 tuftL Ladlaa wko WlaA n apiaa
BiUa la tbt ir foot wmt ara Oadlim Uila oak 1
VA I'TIOX. bawaratii Uakianaubatitatlaathaaavlltto
cut W. L. IouKa' aaa aad the nttea alaaipa4 aa aottwu