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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 6, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                 Three Peculiarities  Hood'* Sarsaparilla, the grot blood purifier MMI regulating medicine, ta characterised by three peculiarities, namely:  1st:  The combination of the vortoas remedial agent* Hied.  2d  Tbe proportion In whi«-h the root*, herb*, bark*, a to., ars mixed.  3d  Tho prow*** by which tho active medicinal properties ar* secured.  Tbe reedit la a medicine of uftatual strength Mid cantlT* power, which effect* cures here-isfsss sscqsallcd. These peculiarities be ion* exclusively to Uood’s Sarsaparilla, UMI are  Alto* Daily tx leg rape.  Der  IIT m. T. KOKI OM.  Third mao rtsst nrwu, Alien,  ai  Mono* TO AUYiatTMIII>  Unknown to Others.  Hood s Sarsaparilla ti prepared with the greatest skill and care, bf pharmacists of education and long experience. Hence It I* a Mrdiclue worthy of entire confidence. If yon enter from scrofula, salt rheum, or any disease .rf the blood, dysprjmla. biliousness, sick headache, or kidney and liver complaint*, catarrh or rfaeumaUsa, do sot tall to try  Hood’s Sarsaparilla  •I recommend flood** Partapartlla to all my friends m tho best blood purifier on earth.” Wj*. Carp, druggist, Hamilton, a ** goefflt garsaperUIa has etwed ane of acrid Sum humor, arid done nut w -rlds of good Otherwise.*’ C. A. ARNOLD, Arnold, Me.  A book containing many ndditlooal statements of cures will be aint to all who desire.  Hood’s Sarsaparilla  Bold by att druggists, it; six for is. Made only by C. I. HOOD A CO., Lowell. Meas.  IOO Dotes One Dollar.  For the tom- IS* we ab ail cnarge the for lowing rate* tor transient aotkvw la our local columna  far Ida*.  ©batta tneortton    toronto  Thrnc to five Insertions, ,    ,    J "  St* to t see I re Insertion* .    f *•  KA TEN Of AUVRKTISINU ToAsatsNT—F/FTT cent* per inch Aret la eartton, and TWM NTT AV Vt (eat* pa tach  tor ear l, suImh rj'iont inwrtion  bt j»«r tach nest month, «|jut per Inch each  WW*es»»v IbneaaMee  “* MEO AL A DV IC RTI ll Mil J H IMI Inch tor tim Hist Inrortfon. and AO cento per tach tor each aat>eagti<*a! insertion OO- Above rate* will be •trimly adhered to  MONDAY KVM., AUO, 6.  REPUBLICAN TICKET.  just tbe right time. I shall give up growing their on a Urge Acale. I experimented a little with putting on tbe hags before blooming, and found that some varieties, such a* Warden, Cynthiana, Niagara, Kila, Concord and all of tbe Labruaca family are self-pollenixing, and aith these it will work all right, but Veronica, Goethe and Wilder did Dot polleoize well.  Browne.* I will have about half a crop in the bottoms I think that it night whieii saved them.  Pearson.—I have net been through ray vineyard lately, but, Judging from the appearance of the grape* on the end, I should think that I will have a fair crop.  A CONTRACT I. \ (bi KH.  IMW CMM hove devHojKvl. and thoro chang* in tho situation at Hana too  is no  MOW H£ ELUDED THE DETECTIVES AT CASTLE GARDEN.  KEAL ESTATE FOK SALE OK KENT,  • SI.  RuderenauMD A Soontu#.  For Mont.  A desirable -even room bon aa, non to cor »«wol Third Mid Alton *tr**t.-For Halo.  a to aero farm about I milos mal boast o Brighton. Improvement* complot*. Price vary low,  FWV NMM.  A skolss farm of SSO aer** with frat cia*. jqpsn **■>*■ to, situated in mllac a ant », arunawtok, Chariton ait., Mn.  For Mala.  dwoiltna hon aa tn gone •nndttton. la Topping’s addition lo Alto*.  For (als Chaa*  Tho rrotrtenn* of Cap*. W. F. ohio; tw. •tortos and %MManl root; lf room « balu cioeete. pallors, ase.; » acraa of groan Mo* dssfrsd.lo property in tbs atty.  Foi Mal*  roES.Sr    *"“*    ■-  MS aero* * r a nod I arming land, anotbo 'TL**!?••  botl1  snLnpfWVOff Mltuab InMnti co., Kau**., at (lo and 'I* per aer t aspect! volv—otto - third cash,bal anoa on Mom For Mala.  -AUTE  of m  SMP S* * ottrn " land. ail ti  ooltl vatk.^ near Ma. ll sea, in this county. * CwfitwwjbnvytraModwWuSqg nm.** ow n  Fwv Swiw.  °*J®    Mstias*    I    tom  ^UMMMtowMs.MnsaapS, aowss. IU at  fElection. Tnnaday, Nov. S, lam.) NATIONAL-For Frwatdant, BENJAMIN ii A RUIS* ).N,  Of Indiana.  For Vise Provident,  LEVI F. MORTON,  Of Mow York.  STATIC.  For Governor, JOSEPH W. FIFER,  For Meat. itovwrnor. LYMAN 0. RAT.  for Secretary of Atole, ISAAC! M. PE ARSON.  For Auditor, CHARLES W. PAVRY.  F#l Troaaurer, LM ARLES HEI EKK  For Attorney General,  GEORGE HUNT.  For Trust**-* mate University,  O. A lUKKf.R,    A. A. BULLA Kl,,  ALEX Mr,.UN,    p VI MCK A V.  HU Kl lf ULTI KAL  Frar*©dugs of Ute Alton Noalhera Illinois llertirnhnral Society,  SMALL FRI ITS.  Mr. l*resiilt*nl;-—ln reporting the results in testing some of the newer varieties of strawberries during (lie past season, It will probably lie well to state that they were given no extra attention but were planted in the middle of the patch and received neither more nor less care (ban tbe balance, The soil had been enriched with barnyard manure at the rate of about 76 loads per acre.  Monmouth.—This was the first to ripen, the first ripe berries were picket] May JJM, five) lay a earlier than t apt. Jack. For an early berry for tbe home garden or where an extra early fx-rry is profitable to raise for market, this variety deserves a trial. It is a strong grown fruit, of large size, of good quality, hut u not productive enough for the market grower.  Uubach—This berry is, ail things taken into consideration, the best in the list, of the largest aize, ripens evenly, very productive, more so than any large berry f have ever grown, bold* out large to tbs last •lid a very strong grower. The only faults it has shown are: it is a little too soft for long carriage and is not of tbe best quality; this litter fault does no! amount to much, for consumers have not yet come to tbe point where they are willing to pay fur quality in a strawberry ; as for the former it can, in agreat measure, be overcome by careful handling, Lids-—This is the most productive of any variety tested, not as large as Dubach, but a lief ter yielder and firmer; of about the same quality; vine not aa strong a grower, but will  Rvldenr* Allowing That a Vacancy Wa* A walling Him at m Hrl Agr port ManafM-tory—How th* Contr**-' labor Law to Avoided— R*|,r*M>nt»tlv* Owl* In Favor of Ta*log Immigrant* ^SJOO lark.  NKW Yore, Aug 4 -KfwcUl Treasury Agent Holiohnn ha* UapntHi-l thro* troww  ur F sgvnU to Brid/ -port. Pa.. lh aan-b of A if r»i Kelford, the alleged contract mw chaule who KoccAMfed in catting past the I’aatl* finnan amt cttttcui him a- officials front th* (*U> of Ii.Simi. Bedford -duded th* defertlo# at th* K«adinc railroad tty taking paaaag* oc th* Pennsylvania railroad. Evi < im-a baa beau received by th* custom bouw aal Ii-in ti** which *how« conrluaiveiy that Jacob til* fiHd/<-|iort manufacturer, to whom iL-lf-.rd la alloted to ba under contract, h*Id .nett a vacancy in bk factory for th- Englishman to fill. A Pwmaylvonto mechanic voluntarily appeorod before Con-grewamon Ford’s committee and awd* affldo wit to tn* fact that he app!lad for th* -xivting vacancy in IWs **tabiubm*tst, amt that tbs proprietor told bim b* coaid not fill th*  I-•» Hon )<*c«UM he had provloaaiy engaged * 'nan In Bnglaad to Uk* th* plat*.  Th* congrtvadonol euniiuittM haw also dis ooverad that It is a regular practice among Pannaylvaaia manufacturors lo atation ag-nt* in England, and other points of Ku rope, fur th* purl*we of engaging mechanic* to HU Important {don* in Penney I Varna factor na. lb* m-n ars instructed how to evade th* custom officials at tbk port, and a* they ar# n«v*r furnkhed with letters at contract until aftar their arrival in America, they ar* literally not und*r contract whan they arrive h.-rw, ( ollector Magonebas threatened b> make It very warm for th* Castle Garden custom* officer* who neglected to atop lied for], and tl»* emigration comnikaionnrs haw cal toil u, account th* Castle Darden clerk who took the man's affidavit and then per mitted the Englishman to get away.  Aa Indlsalon Appointed.  Wanhiwoto* I ITT. Aug S.—The secretary  of tbe trouwury ba* ap|«ointed Samuel VV. Beach, of Indiana, chief of a division in the sumo compt r dlcr'* office, vios J. H, Kent-ley, who reigned to accept an a**oeiate justiceship in th* Alaska supreme court.  THE NEWS IN BRIEF.  The Alton Southern Illinois Horticultural Society held a basket picnic.--------- *    .  st E. A. Rich!’# on Saturday, July I make plants enough.  SM* The weather w aa perfset sad J Mammoth — Nothing mammoth Die attendsncc probably as large as about it except the size of the swio-any ever attending a meeting of Die J die perpetrated when this variety wan  rn  E-t  Kl  (It  fi  o  9  <d  o  society. .Minutes of lait meeting read and corrected, (he correction being that tbe C. A A. It. it. would carry our fruit at 85 instead of IO coots per IOO pounds as stated.  OMC ti A RUS.  E. A. ttiehl. —The prospect for a crop of apples is not so good ss a’ the time of the last meeting ; there is not so much fruit on the trees, sud much of it is scabby and the tr. es do not look healthy. The Janet bloomed very lightly but they set well and I have a latter crop than I expected.  Wars are a very good crop and Die fruit is unusually fair.  M © have    had    some    early  peM bes, but    as    is    usually  the esse they were not very good aud brought a low price, I would not recommend the plautiuif I  Ti . ril<  of the early peaches. They are  aIJ  I poor and unsatisfactory to svery 'rady who has anything to do with them, from the grower, dealer and commistion man lo    consumer. Du  not expect we will grow a good peach earlier    than    Early    'lurk.  I here is so much fruit grown south of us that we cannot get the benefit of tbe early market and we must look to a market that we can com  good-sized  for  •ny  hut  It is  disseminated. A few berries but precious few.  Copanzick — Worthless purpose.  Garibaldi, of fine quality makes such feeble growth that worthless.  Gandy’s Prize, a fine Ute berry for family or market; first ripe berries June I-Iii, 15 days later than Monmouth ; of large size, very strong grower; fairly productive and of good quality.  Great Ontario, so very littiediffcr-ent from Sharpies# that it would require an expert to show it, both having the saute faults and virtues.  Garretson -Nothing    to recom  mend it. Hundreds of better varieties iiave been discarded.  Jessie—This variety has been advertised more extensively than any other on the list. The plant is a strong grower, only fairly productive, Urge size, ripens evculy, best quality of any on the list, but has too many small berries towards the last. Tbe blossom is perfect and will do first rate to pollenize Bubach and Lida, as they all bloom at tbs same time. J. 8. BROWNE.  •Jackson.—-TheSnyder blackberry, when properly cultivated, will sell a*  TO TAX IMMIGRANTS.  R*pr*<M-ntatlv« Oat* Draw* Saw* Conal a -• Ion* from th* I ii*'-.ligation.  ViMDMRM OTT, Aug. 0.—iUproseuta-ti ve (Intro, i»f Alal.im.v a mum Lr of Ut* comm tit** investigating Italian immigra Mew has rut ar ti*. I to Washington during th* rnrwM -4 th* • •-inmitt** From th* fa.-t* ah rwsdjr elicit*.! Mr (>«tro btu drawn some eoa-Hiwkms H* ..ujrs that bm favors kgklatloa to rovtrlet immigration by imposing nut of I'AW on every immigrant whether (iv comm from Italy cg any other country. II* would a1*, pJa,*. mom safeguard around American citisenshii, While Im- woald sot go to far ae Mayor Hewitt in demanding a twenty ana years rsaidnnr* in thk opuntry, ha would oar tai illy •••k# it much loug*r than Av# years; h« would ntak* it an absolute oeoeasity that th* applicant should ba abl* to roo.] and writ* th* English language, and ha would [tut th* claus* a.-out th* good moral chara.-t*r in practical oj-.ratiou. He is alwj at th* opinion that it will be necessary to abolish fasti*  (l»rd*n as It at prawn! axiate Radar stat* control, He thinks I! will be necessary to mak« it entirely a federal institution, governed by such laws as will make it pts* sil.l* to bobl tbe official* to a strict nq|inm  Wo*n a Mexican editor says something that the leading government officials don't  like they lock tutu up, In th* City of Me*ho .•fie t neon is fail of editors, and the t 'tty of Chihuahua is following tbe example.  Tbe Italtim.iro A (Hilo Ie carrying immigrants from Baltimore to (Chicago for #4 Whit*, Joeeiyn A Ga, wholesale lace and ribbon dealers at Toronto, Oui, are said to bs «mborrasped. Their liabilities amount to $500, (AJO.  At Chatham, (Int, George Curran and W, Graham *v*r* fencing with folk By accident Graham's foil penetrated Curran's I Tain, killing him instantly.  I. I* Ie-gare, * ho claim* to have assisted In tbs captor* of Hitting Bull, is trying to get a reward from the government.    ,  Lloyd Bro**** retires from to* editorial management of Th* Grand itapids Telegram-Herald and is nicwd*d by Hugh M. McDowell. Th* (taper will, under tbe new management, I*- fie publican in politic*  Two actresiMs on tbe stage of a Boston theatre, in an Imitation fencing nuitrh, got mad and fought a duel la earnest. Neither woe burl  Fourteen thousand muri are at work In Woolwich ars.-nai, England, turning out improved munition* of war; yet the precious establishment is protected by some rust satan guns that mum bot a would-be suicide could be iud im-cd to tnt,  At Col urn leis, Iud., Deputy Hherlff Henry Et-lier shot and seriously wounded Mrs. David May*, a toll-gate keeper, against whom he hod a grudge He was afreet*.I.  Two eerem storms at Duluth, Minn , flooded b.iscincnta, washed out sewers and railroad tracks, and cause.1 oth«r damage, tbe toUl amounting to at least 1190,000, At Doxie wood, Mina, Mrs. McLaughlin and two sons were killed by lightning.  Unknown thieves entered the .Sturgis, Mich., I-auk while the officers were at dinner, and, securing $500, made good their serape.  A -Uh I *11*11 has li**a cast at Pittoburg, *•., th* first ever mode, that weighs ninety-live pounds and requires 500 pouu-lt of pow-dor, which will throw It six miles and a half st th* rate of 2,000 feet a second.  The West Chicago Street Railroad company hoe been sued for I JO,OU) damages for injuring a boy name.! Louie Meeth. at the lllu* Maud crossing. The boy kwt hts arm William Cam phons*, of Galena, HI, an old reorient and sergeant UT ( omjanv I, Nine tewutto Ulm,.:- infantry in the late war, was  keep cool;  IS tho Universal Cry Now-a-<layN.  Just step Into L. SUGERMAN’.* Cloth-  It can be lion© very easily ing store. You can get a  Nice Light Summer Suit for $2.1'.  Nice Light Summer Pants for IK) cents.    ,  Boy’s Nice Light Summer Pants for 75 cents.  (‘molt on’* Nice Light Sum ruer Kuec Pants for 46 cetus.  Straw Hats In abundance from 5 cents up.  Examine our light-weight fancy striped Underwear that is advertised i« the large cities for DOc. You can get It at L. SI GERMAN’S for Suits, Shirts, and Drawers, and a groat many other bargains at     JC   L. Sopm’s Nev doing Hiss,  Two door East .of Alton Savings Bank.  w HIPPLE & Smiley,  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS,  HP ACER'S  GRAPE WINES,  ALSO  UNFERMENTED GIAP! JUICE.  I tod In th* pinelpal Church** for foinmii andag*d    tsniafoa    We    ax    iv    iv.    ^  aaKKRSKNTlNtt THE FOLLOWiNU  FirHt-UlawH Iuh. Co.’h:  Ina. Co. of North A ruer I ch; Hartford, Phoenix,  Franklin, of Phlladelyhiaj German American;  North Hrltlah and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, Loudon; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.* Continental; Girard;  Glens Falls,  Aurorean Central; Firemen’s Fund, Western Assurance Go.  AND OTHERS. A CASH CAPITA! IN TUX AOI.KF*.ATK OF  $20,000,000.  W a ALSO aXPKXSKNT THS  Mutual benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co.,lf artford.  Nat. Bank  Cor. Third ana State att.  Woato Part i.r th* Kit la. in Palate.  Mi va cac >ua, Mina, Aug 0—Theta will so»m h* itintm*noed, aeroeilng to rumor, a pr-H-wtvling In th* probato mart of lUitwav •outity by rn warn a who claim* to be th* widow of th* Iola t '.anoiodoro Kittoon. In this way th.* will meg to recover one-thin] of th* estate, her claim amounting to near iv $2,000,000. The claim to now In the hand* of a wen known attorney, who (tatad that ba could give no particulars about tbs matter until next week. Ona rumor to to the effect that th* woman is now HO years of ag*, white another report give* bar age at alout TO. It * that bor cklto ii th At ib« wa# ruutM to Mr Eitt~.it when tot* woe It year* of aga Mb* to wild to be at present a rroklent of W innepeg  struck and kilted by .an.  A rsttlsensks wa* found under the table I OfflPH* Dv«r t ITrm in a Georgia bonn*trod, bat wa* t ru-h*<l to I    ’    GVei    /    HOLI  death In tbe door of an adjoining room into which it woe fleeing.  A New York reporter wa* forcibly robbed of a diamond stud and a silver-hand led umbrella.  It to reported to th# eight annual conveo-ttonof tbs Catholic Total Abstinence union in li-Mton that the order has now 53,7V, members, an Increase for tbe year of 2,SJH.  Speer s Port Grape Wine,  FOUR I EARS OLD.  m* "  th *  Far Meat.  The 2-*t<wj’ brlek dwclltag es. corner Third  il ‘“ etroexa, lately occupied i.y W MfFl-I.K A id "  I And Alton I’avis.  __ Dr. -''MILKY.  A Fenmylvaaia Farmer Fall*.  La Jo a-TKR, Pa., Aug 0,—A aenmtionwM ©anocil in thto city by the ann- uhroment of th* failure of Prter Boffsnmyer, a wellknown retired farmer of tbe lower end of tbe county, for $.11,000,    by    the    enduro*.  ni«t f.ir hi* son, D. M. Boffenmyer, a coal ani lumbar merchant at Quarryvtlla. The elder Boffenniyer’s debt* are $.‘»,u«,  ill be about tbe soma. Th# son's  For Meat.  The Dr. flamhart Iloinentend In Upper Alton, rine roddence, outbuUtb.igt and shoat • acres of grot mb    ^   __WHII't'i h . SM 11 at  Farm for ani*  Rtortiaum form, very deslrabla pronmty, foi aer*#. I mil** from tostorburw, on Bunker Hill road “—-* •- —    •    '  Ac. tine fruit- ami good land Will  (food dwelling, I baru* ■od land.  ItlFPI.K A SMILCY.  __    ,    For    (mum  t»*tdenoa# cg J, J. and W. H.  •fro. I-aaglry'* lad Seaaaa.  Nxw 5 ohe, Aug. d —Th# rumor that Mrs, langtry I* trying to secure the tease of the Oran.! t)|--ra hon** to probably foi** With the fuinilmeat of ber cum tracts far tbe com fug roM, to* in ten-to to retire fr-.n, public Bf*. Tbe report that sh* will marry tfob-tiardt in a few weeks ooh tis ue* to circulate Mr. Langtry can well afford to enjoy th* remainder of her life In privacy, ae her pro-froaiomd work la America ha* I rom richly rewarded from a financial point of view Nbe to worth over 11,duo,(JOO, her real route atone being worth $110,00(1. Hbe boid* a. .me sixty first mortgages on property in New York city.  IIEAIMJIJAKTER8  — FOR  ar© think  Uh© London purjde with which the I trees were sprayed, I sprayed a  MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS t-ofUMHfcn purpled ad destroyed  maud with goods of the best liualh y I     With     ® c     they    have  J. 8. Brown©—The leave* of thsl ***  In * rlteUMl M  as Kitta-  “i* .....  also    affected with  Un “ T  * lld L ‘ wl00 '  and  **«*/ Vt!  .1 wan caused by - u "  C,0 P’ _  • I Davis I can grow a crop of Law  -S55*2 n, ‘!!’ r, Aa n *0 hag la *u>r* a carefully of rtaaov and organs of  ••towtod sutck  Ihet>»,‘mahe_ Plan.>• warranted "for Av* years. Ula pf ann* taken in ext hxnr* Thor  tasbruall un st veil in piano, urgtiw, harmony aud vocalmusle; also wiam-. tosw  /OS. FLOSS,  MUHIC TK ACH KR DID HR Af MR im Mi’ •ICAL INFtaUM BM  At  Booth's Jewedrw Third ttr«»ot.  -....... .. Jal—w  BK PUBLIC AN COUNTY COV VKNTION.  Rishi Do not think the scab on Hie apples caused by Lobdon purple, ii is a fungus growing on the fruit I, -and can be acratched off, ahowing : al f e on ® #  the green skin underneath If cause.!'    *  1,11   by the London Dtirpl© tho akin would be destroyed Hut the London purply if applied too stroog, will burn the foliage and fro 1 .! too. It* urn* it not aatisfacbory and I think the while 8toro t |* r * IM * ,c  applied, I lb. to 400 gallons of water, is cbea|>«r and belter in everywty.  Pearson—I think the Janet crop  TRS Repaid mao* of Madteon rounly* awd •ll person* who de .I re to    operate alit,  them in the praeeut FiweldeutlaJ election i |NMNHtoamta Fit mary tJoii%«-nUoii | n  ttiatr mepeetiv* towashlp*, oa  HAI U RDA T, AUS IST IS, lim  5TaXSr-l? •**—    »    •  OOoatVUrovemtoBto I., beld a. Edward.-  *****  5 “* ti °* ck,( k   Igtotoe.tortbe purrmro ,,f ,M-mt.,.ii h   Swssaa- 4 *"*......."-S'-   tor     »    u.  I MltlBlsN jasttf  Om» Surveyor. of hoi. I toro    *”*    ptgjsshd    hoar  inj^SHMItoa Witt be the ».Ha    lur th#  ton whenever Mr. Jackson cen grow one of Snyder, anti I Am satisfied that I can scil them at better pricee.  Riehl. —I think I ara Just learning how to prune blackberries. I have noticed that the sui si I canes are always loaded with fruit, while the but lightly, aud I that if we would prune doser we would get more berries. I began this year by cutting dowa the young < anes to IM inches, then I cut th© laterals off about a foot from the main stem, and if they grow again I cut them off about six incbea long, By to doing you secure light young branches on a good strong stein, and I sin satisfied that they will produce more and better berries. Besides,  lr* Atoner Hiles Wasts.  Mf. Facto Mian., Asg «.-Th* Dispatch puhlteb*. til* following: >»t Killen in reference to tbe proposed fight between himself au l Jake Kdrain Ha attention was nailed to the ate foment that K drain would ©*ly fight London rates Killen .aid ha dldB-t want to folk a1*.ut toe matter vary badly, lait declared be would oat fight meter any rule# lait Marquis of (Jtiecmdrory "That to tbe only fair way to tight. Times English ru.ro .loci go. I will rood my money down next week. I don t want any diamond belt; it to mussy I want to fight for ”  . .    MWA    J    Its,    I Lf* Wifi I “  M  beij, OII mil It., fig  * r *»    st    $40,1 XX), for wfatcfa tbe    property In Ai__^  aero ta ara Mnali.    if    *•    rf* 1 ®    *ael    cd  Tne property  A Fro bate Judge Commit* Suicide.   6 - Th «  llna -  Adin Thayer, Judge of th* probate of tote ooaaty, sad a w«ll-knowu politknan. oom-raltfod niietd* at hie home on Ce.tar strct about 7 o’clock in tbs morning, by cutting Ms throat with a raxor. He wa* .offering from temporary itwudty  •a Mm «d nmm.  AaVlri^n^    oddttoos    to    aiiom.  Any or oil of above at a great bargain   _wmpFLffnaMiLRT.  I    . Far amia.  ..Ktebt room dwelling bouse, east side of  h. I    ““J    5*h    at,est*.  aestdeaoa of tho tate R I Sargent.  ’i.a J   u .‘®  a r rt ' 1 rt l*® GfF.rto Gnxpa ta »Jto*t*l vineyard*, nm (eft nasa until they ahrlnk and beootue partly rstained TV    E * th c M n g.    Its invaluable.  TORIO ANH » T KICX< Cf HEMM; FgOPKk. TI KH  areuBkurpaaaad tty any oilier wine. Rein* Mr. Speer's own perron*"  produced under  ' ‘ I  MMrvltton,.toa MirHr and ganulnene** *r* *u ar an. rod! by tn# principal Ho«pit*l- and Board* of,Health who have examined It The  TT  C d  “V* th *    invalid*    Uh*  it to advantavte. It I- particularly lH-ueri, t*t  to the ave,) and defoliated, and wli^Vo the r.". .”'*  ll,ltn * n *» that »te't the weaker se*.  *V‘»rI'lX”, v J' r t!TJ T,,,,K  Eawaaw*,  V.’  N ^bRMKM’KU (HU PE JI I. x.  ^‘k* J u,e * fo tho Oporto I*rape, prem-rved In Ile natural fresh, sweet state a* It run* pr«roi by fatntgntlon and eie<-trt< tty,  thereliv (.eWr.nlna th© exciter af feruiiutta-Mon. It I* pmffMitry -    -    -  pure, (roe Iroin aplrltt  and will keep In anv climate.  KPKRR’f fCODlAI.ITB) OLA RKT.  WHlPP(.aA 8MILKY.  An Indian VV urn aa Torture-1 to Heath.  New Yore, Aug, ^-Th* World’* Winnipeg, spertal my* that an Indian woman  m  A leaks bo* U>on tortured to droth with rod bot stoa** for p*tonoing a chtof. wife, and that Em- husband wa* banged  _    .    For    Sate.  on 19th vt, ie * deairs.*!* neigh (tor hood —_—    MHUTl't    AttflL  A.  Giving Adv toe to Formero.  J'ARia, Aug 0—The government ha* sent proferoun of ogre alture everywhere throughout the country to advise f*rtn«r* bow boot to gather amt preserve th,dr era during the weather crteto.  Far Sate  Alby and Market *    im, uetwMii Tun th ihd1 T wet ft ti  ---- WHIFTLF. ii lllkY  TNE MARKETa  Hilcifa  I led rn hie Farm (ar sale.   trom  Atbaaevtlla.IIL, iii aero* in roctioa it, lf and 14. Two dwelt  I -ira L™  mwtote. *  bl °* * ru<  I"* 1  "• P«vlng  fes'fiTi. f  ' " “SfefrAPiUtJr*  iFor Saue.  UUU Bun, In good ru intl ne order with 9*A«Ty and u aer** of land, moJe  o ; lro. iw»wu a* the Shelly tract.     or     **“  —_ wlnmjiAiMii-KT. Fair kale.  Hit tiling for a Gang of Marglara.  New Yore, Aug 0—The Herald * Middfo. tows, N. Y., special any* that a part* of  forty men, well armed, ara acunring tbs I tola wore rtvwr vaUey near Narr-ro.turg far * (Mf of burglar* and borsethivea that baa twro, operating or a l*rg„ -roto ut teat vicinity for four weeks poet. The original lair of the gang, which wa* aboat five miles bock of Narrowsburg, in a     (t f  wood, wa- discovered about two wrok* ago and • large kit of plunder, including tw« borate, w-re racovered.  W UIPPLX A SMILE T.  Qaotetlnaa on th* i-wrd . J trolto to d*/ rouged  Cfcro-1 NOVI, (h-.,l*. r . .u—.Im—| alc. cJ-wrid I     •  December. «proa.l wgfc. ck-rot m*-. (tea .A*  ro ® | a dwell lug houea, in good repair  I Wfiswssr* ,,u  ‘• a * ^  4sk, list#- HrptffmbFf, <  jw#?; OatAtlmsr,    c^mmnI    sui*.  Fork    to,-    .qroroi    $H    VTV*    cl.    rod    til    SIM;  sIm^' , A cktoad ll I SD, January elated I* *    Meptemher,    ofrorod $* rru. cl. rod  $0.0; Octohar, $* mg. cooeed fn •©; January  ST! 'TI, £S.    i    ^   r De6 'rable Property:™!  d«. tonic ! a* f (tows «• :    !    to    j    Arf    Vftrt.Iflttri  .’VtVrJV". ‘••Dtnstton 1-n it. rich ness dinner inn-    *'    ** |WCUJIjr     •w‘Um1 for   t  . Altars P. J. BURKEY.  ( ''ara* ter and par-HSA U^nade.«repc from MI*KKR'* P. J. URAN DY.  Ie a puiw dUSiliation af the grape, and P* nd>  u°rt valed In this oountry for medical  gTI# I gPOWBfile  , J} .* py tillar flayor, aim I tor to that of the srapro froai which It la dtotllied.  “i i* • l *°**ureol ALFRED HpKIR, Female, Y J , I* over the cork of each tomie. SOLD UY DRI (JOINT-* WHO XKK!* FIRM _CLASH WIW RS.    jell wly  THE DIRECT AMO FAST LIMB TO  Cincinnati,  I louisville,  Washington, Uiiltiniore,  NEW YORK and the EAST.  For Sale or Rent:  Ifeoerally is very light nod ss a large “? r  .....  shat© of the trees lo this vicinity ar© I    indue© a late fall growth  Janets, th© result is that our apple I    * *W»k, will stand lh© winter.    ^  a   crop hi a swail os©. Aly Wiaesaps    ^ to wo ®d grown earlier in the (wmenro  are also very poor and I intend tol    ~    th# tksn  grub them out. They bai© not paid I.. I    —I tie crop .)f Lawton and  we for the ground they stand on JKltUtinny this year is mostly on O. A. Snedeker—On th© i^th    « r 0wUt caues. It is a iiule  Into, but th© berri©* are fin© and  Woa the Fight ob a Foul.  Hr to.tie, Ma, Aug. 0-Joa Taurwy, of Temteama, aud Harry Niklrk. <g l ituburg mtddie walghts, fought hora with ohm gtovro tot a room ta the boart of th# ©tty, in th* Ot a couple of hundred people, » lt (| th-rrn .meter at nearty HJO d-ga Tbs I comme acad at I o'clock Niklrk forced  Sto«*k yards |.rlcr* _  SS* £ -aTie-.tS. SS1JSS  a-*» k      140     NaUv*    lieevaa,    *t-a.!y   40 ttB * 1   era. SK-»'/ tao, Team steero, $4 Ia»  -Ateody ootlvea, $8 **>414 75. -rainrn*. A: -1^ 41S. T'mo.     18     ^  ff'dw Butter Foxier FJiriu    toro  2*r    Meek    fag    g»2f  *• rte! Jy froth. IV per d.a IW foe* 4°k&Ac per lot Poultry Hieing chick**. UMI!*© per lh; ufo hen*, tot toe; r..«tcn, U|fS turkey* to- Apptoa 91 ?-V..'r5 .-r big iter’ rtee- Bim a ro-pherffaa, $1 *% | g) .^ f t , Qt  *»•#; ted do. *h^jo |»-r Mfg coer    '  Mew VtMrh,  Advertised. WHIPPLE A SEILEY.  Patents.  J-I nt rn, iT.w'ufv.mtT"'* .*°  ,,  ' ta,n  >«***' ieatKn*. I WU! ex^ute Tri’  SSf rauttifo? rn ZSn!? mtio ZZ ,or , "“* au   — wuniwiaD, in person or by ]*tte , fro*  A SOLID DAILY THINS to  IU tem    • u<l     ^oni-vlll©  $1 GO RS, aith Through Day Palace Car* ana Palace Htoentng*    jfo  change of ears for any clo** of paa-tengars.  TWO DAILY TKA INN  Ic Washington In 28 hours. To Bal limo! e in 29 Boars.  This ta FIVE ll*’URS IffflCKKRthaa th# (ast THE DAY Krpasia^»*borline  ’"©."mot iSS.'raffi  !»ul* , <iff*ri*a*?i-ii  ,,th * r  l'*ie from ft  ra thi SStiomax    axf h    Tral1 *  Wheat Kart I—I and fogher^v' Tted** 2L*I * rn. CV No « ted wtoser Augmt,  •AW. dc H*m .mu)--* SSM* i .ro. p, rt „ j  (ii Cts I’l'tll'l'KXUEKUKU,  KB‘JSSas&SZ    “*  laws    ,  Alton    sarssisjrtxytog.  aihowbia   K *S*w thmglae..  t^vw..:-:;:;, tejgU;:  fvtt-rCr' !::......*    w-ratM ..  ::::::::21  A fall axtei/daue* ledroirtKL * *“ ” W. A. HASKKI.I.,  inst. I ate some peaches called Ar-k.msas that were as good as Early York.  W. II. Fulkerson—From my ob-•nrvaiiun I should judge there would ! be about a half crop of apple© in Jer-  sey county this year.  viasrARos.  Jackson.—My grape© hay© about all rotted except a few down in th© bottom of a hollow, and I know not bow to account for their eecape, un ii %« it be that daring Ute cool nigh'* of June tbe temperature fell below 60 degree© and destroyed tbe rot,  K. A- Bield. — My grapes are nearly ail gun© except Jewell, Cynthiana and Marsala, which have not rotted very much This has been tbe worst year for rot that I have ever known. Where Ute hag* wert* good and were put on well nod tu    are  ought to bnug fair pricee.  Jackson—I cut down some Kitta-tinnys that were rusty, instead of digging them out as we usually do, and the young canes that came up from the root are perfectly free front rust.  litchi—I believe that ti we look about us a tittle when in tbe woods we can find blackberries growing wild that will prove better than any we now have.  (( aa© iud©4 to mon oar,}  The remedy ahi. h mutt suoecMfuilv (nun t >at* malarial J is. inters, ta Ayer's Ague cur© It Is a purely Vegetable compound, aud contains neither qui nine nor any other dangerous ingredient. Warranted to ours chill# a d Iever.    .I*    \ m   Jim. amman* w. r l. Hadley, wm. warm a. OL baton,  MesbmIv* Ow  on_____  U»t, the grapes are ail Ugh*, but it is very difficult to get bags that will i , ,  stand tike rough usage of the wean. I WW 1 ** to took as if General Htr-  •ill |.iy unit... one bu lM*iSttl« I (aul. a Xm' y u Tt, Xro’juui.'un'  other work and can attend to it at I aecuout and Indiana.    *  J I  4  th# lift.ti»g from th* -tart, Taitrvy aetiag muted t rot.    Augwt,    Auto-’©* Mrom  on th* .I r-oaiva Finn W.k.I wa* Wlarod *** Os*. Flrnw, Jal’whtel Ste  ^ . Al  *  ,, rUjck <  ,0    1     *euir-    t?' ^        No.    s „.U«I Au*‘I?  third round, Taurav won on a foul    !    *%>    'Al Hye-OHUl  — -    .......—    j    Bart*> -Motional fork I> 01; I war . kl roZ.  M* Velfow t «v*r as UaaftMfo. ria.    t 4  **  L * r,J J, °0: AuguU, $vui. •tei.temtoT  WaastAUTON OTT, Asg A Murgron Gen-*wal Hamilton boa rerotvad a report that th*     t4M,,k   •uafMr-ii'tie mm of aiokams at Hanford Fig a-iroi iituK— . .    ***    Aug    4  HU... tut OO rote. KbT -t., JTtl nit, £  IU.  Farm  PUBLIC SALE  —OF—  Stock nod Iuipleiuentn.  Plump and Rosy Babies  to I**© for U. uu-t fox N..te _____*    .     v *  .J* --    ,m     Lartaxfo    Tong our ittile tahr tunas .!u,t -ro ro. >_  SBA amt a • foBt-*.. troitto ro-j u—ted fob,     mU *    »*««•«#  Cutting Teeth Easily  Saved from Cholera Infantum  —s was-swaa^'Sroaissaa-'irr■*,«  THE RESULT OF USING  LACTATED FOOD.  hltjffi Ut dt?VdflNM'|lMI AM Ii lHMiiKttsi ■ I .rn ^---  AMP'    a    ............. .  itorth of pK?    A** tetl,-r  New iNiugla* vi 4     • outh  af  stpuhlk-au tfon.Vu     IU *'     w,n   Monday, august ma, ims  *• "-—rote.  SSS?™"'-  sagasjTB-Ta^flsa  -'4ln-ad or purebred IV.l-i Uh  rzjjgrXXnitAXi a? teSjytsssa :x,‘“tw -  ©or tar ut.    eainafont    to    run    nag.  Palace Buffet Sleeping Can  fcns rn® by this if xm or uIklit ex* prism tn*m  ST. L0UI8 TO HEW TORE.  mt.v -OAILV- w 'taunt Change la 27 booak  Xtest Route to JacksoovUle  AMD  The  IM THK SOUTH •  WUTTKE RESORTS  RAST  YSaSSF-w  St Loui» to Cin’ti A LonlavilU  .^-caoaa at both  Srttfc lilorniAi' J' . I— “ uoth points  ^Sp  nslSte try this Ronte  ad SlM-iitn/ „  a van it ait and Jack  Cars so  srHHarSarasSfc  pir.y»ro—JTSS. 5 ” «ros».   ------ Mkt mc'! MARCY MFT.  The i-ttiuou* MOlIFNarve Food leverage sink©, th© thirat from sum raw heal, does better and  aaUA RkfoyMuros a ow, Sara  tbe afu r effects of Liquor nnd^Tobttc co rt'moving lh ar odor from the bra©th at once, give. the weakly and iiervou. double pow« of endurance and take© away the Urad tmhnu like without rwtcUon or wor sal© everywhere.  rUrTfff 1 * -  JWS those Who Fee© Wa sad then act; they win unit tiorimabui wmnSov-  ■WW taw * ui ..otTairSS  iu k  <!•*».    _    wBWlflHil    Jlfiipp©    mi    '    Im—it.  •nduKrtoiia Vter-«»I« , *ro* r **    " u,#    r *-'T  mowth ll UrotTS? 1  bundiroj .foliar, a ZTv*. Ii? TSR *« ••f    »«*    Bro    Se    fit    anc  nitrite. -- --    WHG    U    wUuai    IG    work  w.^t* r r^:u n>U v , r  nr  “ll *    •** mmSSh  Yon- *»«>thing (  new. No apeci.l I . you. reader can fo it  M  w.-ii  KBaU we MFSF*Man- (Bf  CURE TI IE DEAF.  Iwlnrtro to. th*    —MW,    l*v«r    or  , as- . r®sw*if*ss.  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