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   Bloomfield Democrat (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Bloomfield, Indiana                                 the  5  Bloomfield Democrat,  vol.. xxii.  BLOOMFIELD, INDIANA, FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1890.  NO. 7.  The Off. Told Story  I CORKKS l^OKUKXCK.  Oí t'  t;iry i n. 1 anil iTi !r. ttie up. lUx: v. !h e I liar in tí at 1 abroad."  1 a-9 \ 'la-tried tion, 1 ooullar H IS put i. - rures . 1. 1 Vca-1...S made length !>;;1 sales  -taiifoi.i  ' Uf.Tr iiitiiri.  IIaii'i  U has aUai:u  Hood's Sarsapariila  unity st'at  will Mis.  Ill Will Demi}'«  the gnes!» of  bouse-  is the rn-t in-before i'i;o  bUwi, t-iV-i;:- s  '•I frliil.': ! sj'ints. . ' Uiy ht;:,; : : . i U'l-k «.; .•}.:. Πi o , -v  rery pr.Ttcf',.". : a j'f.oj -w, r>i ■Sntdek, r. . ;  ... i um tils 1!;  . v .. í s  •h I ;;,\v .y  tlie  .--'i ; ; l'etite. :: ^^ .'.¡ a low fv. !'.•• Ir.rk of :y annoying. ..-...¡•a' 1- "iid i:l i!...: 1 :im  . S--! !'! I') ppp.ik  j. S.  Puri-los the S.ood  Henry Street, Kp.ns.is City,  ha« Pc; m í os >■•. i r Idi I'cdy for  Sitcor. > . irs. 1Kk>ù's S-u.-uiurilla completely curctlli •;:.].  Wall.ace Buck, of North Bloomfield, X. Y^ eaffered c'.cvon yer.rs v ith a t 'r: il>'.o v.irieose niofj .in I leg, so bad that he had to gire ap l.usincff. lie was ctired or the uJcct; and also ot caturrh, l>y  Hood's Sarsaparilla  BfldbyaUánigííists. gl ; six forí"5. rreparedop^ bj- C. I. HOOD Jt CO., Apothecaries, T^oweU, ]  too Doses One Dollai'  BUSINESS ÜAROS.  ATrOFSl^ElS.  J«KK.~ 'X iir  qiioiit.t vaxiirsiauk. o  TDí^i-. VAX BI-EKIBE.  AT'i OliNty.s at L \\V. OiJirc—Jn New Court Hou^e. iiloomfield, Ind.  A  XTi:i !. A TIM.M« ■X.S  .\TTOKX£Y> AT L.WV. \\ illpraotii'e iu Grfcn.^ and adjoining counties. Abstrjcts a sptciaiiy. C>fficc in the court house, Blornifietu. Indiana.  EW M.JNTOSII. ! AIKJKXEV AT LAW,  BLOOMFIELK. INDIANA. Correisp n.Icii.-e jiron ptly answered. Will practice lu pither c urt« of (¡recne or Owes coartu-s.  w.  F. jAl t.KMURK,  Al ;(iRNEY-.í.T-l-AW.  Claim and I'knsion  ---------------Agent.  Offic-e- «'oMti—,: t Corner Pubiic Square, over Kv l< !>rliV drug Etore. BLOOM!- . I I.t) - - - INDIANA.  PA KU  r.ud Mi.ii.U .Mlr."^ A mir. « ( ¡ •i.r. l yi  f^'lll Ml tl  u. W.Si Wm. iM.ny ..n .'^linday.  .Vii. AnJre« liiiribaiii «ill fill tifld iiiiniluie Friday altiruot'n.  l.hn l:..Klli- la^-iid lhr.iUi;h thià idace ou M.'n.ia> I'll his way to Inoomticld.  Tiicrc »ill b.' .-( rvici .» at the trove Salurdny ni^lit ami M;vid;iy, by I'.ldor Love.  • Hie Vi>l Ib doli'K an e\c<-llent butiuivs svlilnj fruit trc^e. oiie i? a liuM!.;r.  dllvei Si olt. .Jiie Ol C.-nti r townshiji's best youn^- men. aitt'iid.d tin- litt-rary -^aturduy niiilu.  Bucklen's Arnica Salve.  Tiu'lust salve ill ilie woil l for t uts, HruisrF, ^orii. I U-ers, Suit llhi uiii, Fpvcr Hores, Tett. r, Chsri'e.i liandr. Chilblain-, Corns, and all »km Eiui'tionf. iiM iio-ltivt-ly cures I'lU-s or no jiay rcjiiircd. Il IS L'uiiranteod to give perfcct satli-fai tion, or money refunded. Price ceots per box. Kor ^»le by Staloui>. tf  S%ViTZ CITY.  The fariKcrs are busy.  Fail weather and good health.  S< tool clorie-s ne.\t We lue.sday .  Mi.s. Ko(i;r. o! Duc^cr, vikiud rclutivfs here last week.  !»r. Newu aii Jicd I'hotbc Hunt \isitcd I.lofnn, Sunday.  1'. Ik Gardner walks around IlUc» younemau. It Is a dish waeht r.  Mrs. Uarrison Drawn vlsltel in Wright towrs'iip this week.  !>r. i raven-, of Bloonifie'd. was called to sec Mrs. Gardner on Friday.  I>ied, Sunday the ¿7th, infant son ol John and Addie Hurl. y. They have our sympathy.  Maud Ualow, of Dugger, is Btayine with her cousin. Mrf. Ida Bovecsclien, at this writin«.  The Odcl Fellows and their families b«tc a very nice supper to their friends Saturday nlt'ht.  la gpite of the bad weather Saturday the Dciiioerats all rallied out for the support of Slink.ird.  of Owi'U county, diod last week of spinal <ii>eiise.  A younp; Mr. Neldigh of near IllooniUeld. vitltod Lli and -Joe Miller, two good boys of ;'nl.s place.  .\ Mr. Copendolidier, of Hpenctr, was bore last week looking for a situation to locate a tiliirksiuitli shop.  Francis Ooley and brother Hiram will farm I'car Dlion this year, havinj; moTCd there tciiiporarllv Thursday  KianJc Miller and M. r. Mcintosh went to IVnjocratlc headijuarters on Sunday to hear llic rtisuU of the lulmary.  Ki-uben Spear.«, a (food farmer of this town-bhlp, has said his fuini and moved to Alonroe county. .Mr. Leuceford now owns the farm.  li. W. Nash bought a team of liorses of Reeii VandeVenter, of Highland township. Mr. V. bi.UKht a team of youuR mules of .Joe Goodnin.  Wo hove heard of a very inlluential citizen of the south side who dec lares to the public tl.at he is callable of and has controlled seven vtitcs and still has them where he can use them at his bidding. If that iadividuai can control his own vote lie will astonish his most sanRU-ine friend«, as vote controillns will soon be a thinp of tlie past in ttiis htale. Let us give thanks  To Cure Kidney Troubles  Use "Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure." It relieves quickly and cures the most chronic and complicated cases. I'rice 50c. and $1.00. Pamphlet free. Bing-iiuuiptou, N. y. Sold, recommended and guaranteed by UiURgisis. tt  r L.  h ATJt). \T OKNEY-AT-LAW.  BLOOiUFIKLD, IND.  Will i>ractice in all the Courts ofCountv. BeJnsr DepiiTy Proseeufinji Attorney, wril represent the State ic in ail cases, where noti-fletl. before Justices of the I'eac«.  C. K. OftTU  W. W. MoCetU  MOFFETT a Da vis,  ATH)h..M!:rs AT LAW. Bloomfleld, I.idiai;«..- .Successor« to Shaw a Bays.) Wi=l practice law In Greene ooanty •r m »nr c«crt where their aervioefl in«y b* xeqnired. W^e have the atistract books of^oar predecessors, and will make m specialty mt MaainiEg title« to real estât» and furntsbiax ■betr^ts. *  PHVSICIAKS.  JB. YUUN(i, M. n^ « PHVSICIAN A.N SUEGEON.  Newark, Inu All calls attended to day or l .;.îi-.  J W. GBAi, M. 11.. *»• PUY.S1CIANAS  Bloomöeld. In 1. Office on cast side of the sonare i lice of Gavins & Cavine.  - L'KGEON, ermer of-  DE. a C. CRAVENS.  PHYSICIAN AND BtTKaEOH, North Sid« of the Sqnarc, Bloomfleld, lad.  I H. E. LOW DER.  Ofiice over Evelti j»h's drnsr store, ponth room. Bioomfleld, Ind.  \\> H. BL'KKE. M. D., »f . PH"i .-iiCIA-V AJND BU1WJKOÄ,  ecotl&nd. IndUna. All calls attcodvd t« protaptly. day or ciciit.  'i'rnstec's IVotice.  SOTICi! is hereby given to the people oi Wright township. Greene county. Indiana, that I will be Jasonvllle on Tuesday of each week di.ring my term of office, and at my office at my residenc« on Satnrdiys in the forenoon, to transact thebupiness at said towr<ihip; and no business will be transacted only on those days as provld«?d bv law.  WM. POWELL. Trustee.  Mother. Wife, Daugiiter.  Those dull tired looks and unpleasant feelings spfauk volume.". " Dr Kilmer's Female Remedy" builds up quickly a run-dowa con stitutlon and brings back youthful beauty Price 81.00. Pamphlet free. Binghampton, N. Y. Sold, recommended and guaranteed e Druggists. __tf  MATAWOBAS.  Plowing for corn is the order of the day.  Gardening and potato planting are about over  Finley Bates has rcccived a voucher for $:5S0 pension.  The recent freeze put the wheat crop in a very had condition.  Geo. W. Shlpmanhad the misfortune to get the leg ot a fine coU broken.  The F. M. B. A. trading post at Ridgcport i« doing a good basiness. The farsneis claim they arc hetteied in goods and prices  To whom it may concern: Matsmorae lodge proposes to meet at Matamoras on Saturday before the 4lh Sunday in May at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of having a public discuision uf farmers" Interest« and also for the women and children. All are invited to come. Bring dinner on the ground. Farmers, turn out and let us have a good time.  Matainoras lodge F. M. B. A. is doing well. Her members attend lodge regularly. Their ages run from 21 to years. We tiave a good president in the person of II. II. Heaton. He knows how to preside. Our members nearly all have something interesting to say at each meeting. We met on Saturday the Sith at •2 o'clock, and will coBtintie to meet each two weeks thereafter.  owe::vsbvkgii.  Marion Carr has maved to town  Elijah Moss, of Linton, was here over Sunday.  Evert Lehman Is In Martin county on business.  Geu. Fllnn visited dear friends here over Sunday.  C. E. Herold and mother started for Ohio on Tuesday.  E. W. Ediugton, the Koleen ex-teacher, was in town Mondav.  Owensburg has a host of pretty guls They are nice, respectable and lady-flke.  Dr. Williams has re'urned from St. Lauis, having tolil his grocery store in that city,  Geo, Terrell and Chas Graham have accepted an invitation to speak at Koleen oa Memorial day.  The lady'« man says the reason an ugly dude neeis a pretty girl is because he is willing to be hen peeked forever.  Chuck eats so much mustard on his chcese that our restaurana keeper can't afford to to keop it on the table  A youug Republican has been falsely accuseii ofbeiagthe Democrat itemizej. We are a Democrat from away back.  The mail train Fhould move up to the depot and net delay at the lank The carrier should then bustle to the post office.  James Uert was here last week. Jimmy has had an eye on the aaditor's office lor a long time. He has at last givea It op in despair to measure calico at the brick en the comer.  WHOM MAN LOVES MOST.  Written for the Democi{at by mi^•ek^ a Hil.m nx, Taylor township.  How does a woman lor»? Ouco, no more,  Tiu.ugli life fortvor lis loss iloplore;  Deep In forrow or deep in seen.  The king reignuth hrr heart within.  He alone, by night and day.  Loves h»r spirt, to curse or piay.  Tlie voice only can her soul  Back from tho grKsp of death's control.  Though lover.s beaet her. or friends devide.  Hurrah! wbon shesinilelh anotiier man's bride  Still for her maitter iier life makc.s moan,  Once is fotoerand once alono.  How does a man lovcV Once for all The sweetest voice of life may call. Sorrow daunt him, or death dismay, Fairy's red rose-s bedeck his way ; Fortune smile, or jest, or frown. The cruel thumb of the world turn dowr; A kiss bctra> him, or love delight. Trough storm or sl¡u^llil)e, by day or Bigh^ Wandeiiiig. toiling, akleep, awake. Though souls may madden or weak hearts 1 >rea k,  Belter than wife, or child, or pelf, Once and forever, he love.^—himsuif.  The Pulpit and the Stage.  Bey. F. M. .Shout, pa.stor United Brethren church. Blue Mound, Kans., says: I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has d«ne for me My luogs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks, 1 to»k live bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and I am sound and well, g tining 2r> pounds in weight."  Arthur ¡.lOve, manager Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes: "After a vhorough trial and convincing evidence, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, beats 'em all,and cures when everthinglelse fails. The greatest kindness I can do ray many thonsand friends is to urge them to try it." Free triil bottles at Staloup's drug store. Regular sizes  60 cents and $1 00  a  A NEW PSALM OF LIFE.  Trustee*« Notice.  Notice is hereby given to the people of fTashsng-ton township, Greene county, Indiana, that I will be at my office at my residence on Saturday of each week, durine my term of ofiice, to transact the business of said township, and no business will be trauEacted only on those days, as provided by law.  GEOBGE BOGAED.Tr astee.  Trustee s Notice.  Notice e nereby given to the people of Cass ownshlp, Greene county, Indiana, that I will be at -3j residence one mile southeairt of NewberrV on Mondays and Tuesdays of each week during my terra of office, to transact the business of said township, and DO buainess will be transacted i;n]y on those days, as provided by law.  .JOHN D MOOUE. Trustee.  Trnstee's Notice.  Xct:ce is hereby given to tht people of Tuvlcr towEihip. Green« county. Indiana, that I will be •c jiy office at my reaidence on Saturday of e-ich week, during my term of ofiice, to transact the bnsiness of said township, and no business will be tratisaeted only on those davs. ls provided by law HENKY BOBTEH. Truster.  To Cure a Ba.1 Cough  Use "Dr. Kilmer's Cough-Cnre (Consumption Oil^ It relicres quickly, ktops tickling in the throat, nacking, Catarrh-<lropping, declino, night-sweat and prevents death from consumption. Price 2.'»c. Pamphlet free. Binghampton, N. YT. Sold, recommecded and guaranteed by Druggists. tf  Drunkenness-"Liquor Habit---In Ail the World There's But One Cure, Dr. Haine's Golden Specific.  It can be given in a cup ot tea or coffee with the knowledge of the person taking it. eflectini; a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcbobolic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cared who have taken the Golden Specific In their coffee withont tboir knowledge.and to-day believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effect results from Us administration. Gurus gaar-anteed. Send for circniar and full particulars. Address in confidence. Golden Specific Co., 5 U acc street. (Cincinnati. O. S?vr1  bv minerva hii.bckn-.  What'« the use of chasing fortune? Fortune never dies.  Have your grief, but never grievance. Waste no time in sighs.  Everything will come to you. The world will better be—  For rivers only run one way. and ever toward the sea.  Overhead the tlats arc living—always—day  .nad Bight,  The sun Into some weary soul is ever flooding light.  Make your soul your mirror; walk with meekness, wisdom, pride.  A wise man's pillow tells hUu more than aU the world beside.  Love your neighbor as yourself, but not your neighbor's wife.  The sweetest thing to living man. or dying man. is life.  Love, ambition, hunger, wake the world whenever it would nod—  And lioly aspirations must soar up at last to Ood.  He will hear you and will listen, and will answer by and by.  The poorest and the meanest yet have one friend upon high;  So gather up your manhood from the ashes of your youth,  And live tor honor, friendship, lore and charity, and truth.  By dreary voiced clemants. The shrieking of the miadless wind. The moaning tree-tops swaying blind, Ami on the glass the unmeanlag beat Of ghostly fliiger-tlps of sleei."  1. Write tvn questions such as you would give a pnpil in oidur to bringoui the thought In the above Rcleclion . 10 points, 5 each.  2. Read a sclcclion to be marked by the Superintendent.  sciknce OF EDt CATtON.  [Five of these questions are based ou the Reading Circle work of the current year. The applicant is to answer i.ny five.)  1. What is meant by eelt-consclousness, in distinction froin simple consciousness?  2. Delint! ieiisc-perception.  3. What Is tho dejiguiu tha attempt to cultivate the senseii?  4 What is the dlflerence between an original and au acquired sense-perception? Give an e.xample of eai-h  .5 What moans of cultivailug ihe senses are recomiucndeil by FiO'bt i and Pestalczzi?  6. Wtiat Is meant by association of ideas. Give an example  T. What ose c.in be made In teaching, of the principle of association?  S. Why is it a sound cducalioDsl principle that in learning the pupil must go from the known to the mo.st closely relatea unknown?  0. A pupil can not answer the tea^-hers' qaes-tion; the teacher puts It in an ea»ier form, perhaps partially suggesting the answer What objection, if any, to this?  10 What would be your general plan for teac.hiog spellns?  grammar.  I.A^nswer any eight.]  1. Show clearly what you mean by one expression being iubordiaate to another.  2 Is the verb in these senteoces passive? Whj?  (a) Y'our coat Is badly torn.  (b; The shadow was mistaken for a tree  (c] I was mistaken.  3. Corrcct If ncceseaty:  (a) One or the other bare made a mistake.  (b) bit that plate on the table.  (c) Industrv, energy and good sense is essential to success.  (i) I done all my work before break'ast.  4. Analyze: Of thy unspoken word tbou art master; thy spoken word 13 master of thee.  5. W^hat are the classes of seutences on the basis of form? Hi flae each  0. How is each ol ttie subordinate clauses In the lollowlng used?  (a) Animals that have a back-bone are called vartebrate«.  (b) The upright man speaks as be thinks.  (■) Ii has been proved that the earth d«cs move.  7. Gire all the uses of "kvheie' In these sen tencet:  (a) No one know« the place whrre Moses was buried.  (b) Where thou goest i will go.  8. Correct and give reasons:  (a) He does't do nothing.  (b) Feathers feel softly, tc) He is soma better.  id) 1 will not go but once.  9. Parse the quoted expression, (a) He hopes "to be promoted."  10. What are tbc necessary elements in a thought or juilgment?  Trnstee's Notice.  Nctice if hereby given to the peopl«- of Graiit towcehip. Greene county. Indiana, that 1 will be at Swilz City on each ".Saturday forenoon, and at m.v residence, two miles south and one mile east of the precinct, on each Saturday sftemoon to transact the business of said township.  H. DECKABn.Xiustee.  Traslce's N<»ticf'.  Notice is lioreby ^-iven to !lie people of Highland townsliip. iireeno cofnty, In-Jixna, that 1 will tr;inf^a<-t tiip 'DU.siness of »aid township at my residence, on any day in the week except Sunday.  SIMON BLAND. Trustee.  Trustee's Notice.  NOTICE is hereby given to the pacple of Stock -ton township, Greene county. Indiana, thai I will transact the business of said township at my oflic« n lanton, on any day in the week except Sundav.  JO^iEPll MO-ti. Trustee.  SSnperintendent's Notice.  Notice is hereby given that I wiil be at mv office in the court h/juse on Satur-lav of each week, until further notice, to transact anv official business.  WILLIAM M. MOSS. County Sui/erintindcnt Bloomfield, Ind., .lune Stb.l.^yO.  Teacher's Examination.  Notice is hereby given that I will bold au examination for teacher's licence on tbe last Saturday of each month, begining at !) o'clock», m in tbe high school room ol the school house at Bloom-field, Ind. W1L LI a M >I. M OSS.  County Superintendent, itloom&eld, Ind., June hth. issfl.  SnilTH TOWNSHIP SCRAPS.  The fruit trees are in full bloom.  Old Eel river will ahow its colors agian.  Miss Estslla Anderson wlil attend school at Terre Haute this summer.  Eruily Carson is i-lowly recovering from a v« ry severe :<ttack of la grippe and lung trouble.  Freeman English's wife Is lying low with lung trouble. Oi.e of his little boys is also very sick.  John Mussir purcha-icd the finest road cart that we have seen yet of A. B. HnfTman, pre|)aratorv of taking his girl to church.  Henry Iloliey, has come out of the tinks ^i3ce he has commenced visiting the new tiouiu up north. He now drives a two horse rig instead of a cart.  On April 2i the neighbors and friends gathered at Theodore Shumard's. at five o'clock and gave iiiin one of the grandest, birthday suppers that was ever witnetsed in this neigh borbood. He was badly picked up lor be said he felt as thotJgh he coul 1 eat nothing.  Our iirunary election passed oU quietly It «1.6 not calkd until J o'clock on accouut of it being a rainy day. There were but few present. Before preceding t< ballott there was a motion made and carried tkat we instruct our coinmittceinan to inform o.ir chairman to put oil our county coincntion until some time after harvest.  I.TONS.  Ollvca Hicks goes to mill Sunday nigbt.  Gravel road is a success.  D. W. Eav's son is better.  J, E. Bull was on our streets Friday.  Andrew Dye and Mrs. Dr. Arnold are very poorly,  Frank Ramsey, Bioomfleld. was on our streets Thursday.  J, H. Qulllen has the nicest young e.ow and calf In town.  C. E. Davis and wife, of Bloomfield, visited Lyons Sanday.  Miss Parley Ray, of Basb Rod, is attendine school at Lyons.  L. H Hicks, of Vmcennes, visited friends in Lyons over Sunday.  Abe Kaufman, of Lyons, went to Indianapolis to visit his parents Sunday.  Aaron Kaufiiian has just returned from business trip to Cincinnati.  Wm, Davidson and James Wells went to Carlisle, Ind., Saturday on business.  Mrs. Uarwoo.1 la building an addition to the property she bought from Dr- Arnold.  Mrs. Dan Sollday Worthington has been visiting her sick sister. Mrs Isadore Fry.  John Davidson sold a fine buggy horse to H Spence, of Spencer. Ind., last week.  Arthur Klmbley. of Friendswood, spent Sunday with his best girl. Miss Joe Reid  J. H. tiuillen, wife and son, Emcrion, took dinner with Uncle Miller and Aunt Charlotte RossSnndav  Primary election tor prosccutor went off Saturday with small attendance. Slinkard received 110, Mcintosh 10 Crockett 2.  Facts Worth Knowing.  In all diseases of the nasal mucous membrane the remedy used must be non-irritati Jg The medical prolcBsion lias been slow to learn this. Nothing satisfactory can be accomplished with douchcF. snuiTs, powder or syringes uecause they are all Irritating, do not thoroughly reach the aflected surfaces and should be abandoned as wortc than failures. A multitude of persons who had for years borne all the worrv and pain that catarrh can inflict testify to radical cures wrought by Ely's Cream Balm. «2  We call your attention to tbe advertisement of Simmons Llvei Regulator, which appears in tbe paper of to-day. This standard remedy, the only genuine of whieh is manufactured by J. H. Zelin & Co.. and of which they are the sole proprietors, does nut deserve to be clasped with the Kany "patent" nostrums so liberally advertized throughout the eonotry. It is one of the best preparalians in use. and Is recommended by the regular practioners of medicine It has a large sale in this city and can be foand in our drug stores. A bottle or package should be found in every family, as its judicious use Is almost sure to prevent a bilious attack if taken when the symptoms first show themselves.  How's This!  We cffor One Hundred Dollars reward lor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catar h Cure.  F, J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney lor the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all husincES transactions an J Jicanciallyable to carry out any obligations made by their firm.  West & Tbaux, Wholeoalc Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.  Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholet^ale Drnggis s, Toledo, Ohio.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iKtemally, acting diiectly upon tbe blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Tesiimonials sent free. Price per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. <114  For  CONFg99ED  \V4iiuk  MURDER  Specimen Cases.  S. H. «lifford. New Caasel, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disorded, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away and hs was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitter* cured üim.  Edward Shepherd, Harrlshurg, III., had a running sore on his leg of eight years'standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes ef Bncklin's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Sjieaker, Catawba, O., had five large fever sores on his leg, doctors said be was incurable. One botttc Eclcctric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by 8 Slalcud. 3  Examination Questions for April.  writino.  Tbe penmanship shown la the manuscripts of the entire examination will be graded on a scale of 100 with reference to "legibility" (50), regularity of form" (30), and "neatness (30). The handwriting of each Dupil will be considered In itself, rather than with reference to standard models.  Sl'ei.liy«.  The orthography of the entire examination will be gr.ided cn a scale of 100, and 1 will be deducted for each word incorrectly written.  histOrv.  Write the history of the development of religious t deration in lliis country from the foundinaof Jamestown till the present time, showing as well as may be the marked chauges or epochs; or the history of the rise, progress and fall of slavery, together with its influem e on the communities In which It existed.  AKITUMETtC.  1. Explain the difference between a common and H decimal fraction.  2. Define unit, notation and uumeratl >n.  3. It requires X of a bushel of oals to ket-p 1« hoia-is of a day. how many horse« will 9 bushels feed twelve-fllths of a dav?  4. A retail bookseller buys at u discount ol 20. 10 and 5 oil, and sells at list prices. What per cent, profit does ha make?  1 owe A lor groceries amoanting to $73.2.5 and give my note for 90 days; how must I draw It to cover the discount In bank at 8 percent.  (>. Bought 100 tons, 2 cwt. •) qr , 10 Ib. of Iron at $80 !i ton; w hat was the cost?  In a district whose valuatioa was fixed at SCtO.OtO, a tax of iH.iMJO Is raised; what is the assessed value ot a man's property who pa>s a tax of|10i90?  8 Divide SG02.23 into 3 paits. that siia.l be to each other as three fifths and j;.  Resolutions ot  Lincoln Lodge F. M. B. A.  No. 2174,  Makes a Lo-rdy Compl'-sinn. Is a plendid T<jnic, and c!:r"is Jioil?, I'iiup lea, Scrofula. M-reurhil ar 1 r.U Bloody jDiscusfi, by yviir j>rt!j:gist  ^Sellers Medicinc Co., p;tt burgh,Pa  : : Cnîi ou XJw lox- : :  JOB ^ WOBJSL.  NEWARK.  A. L. Dilley went to Farmer Thursday.  •J. U Clark and wife vi.sited at Goosv Creek Sunday.  Joe Hart, ol Blootnington, came down on Thursday.  Miss Ida -Marshall is living with Mrs, Nanty Crawford  Thirty Bepublicans turned to Democrats here in one day.  Jim Wakefield, ol Fr. edom, came over to visit our town Sunday.  Hugh Ga.ston visited his brother We«, of the south side on Sunday.  John Nash fctarted on tbe road with bis poultry wagon this week.  John Hudson and i-on, Milligan. of near Mc-Ville, were here on Saturday.  E sworth Whaley, a good Democrat cf the south snli", was here on Friday.  EMer Peek preached for his congreation at riummer on Satur lay and Sundiiy.  Mack Uickam, a very extensive slock dealer of owen county, was here on Saturday.  A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uickam.  Whereas tbe people of Bloomfield. Lyons and Marco do favor and have signed a petition favoring the building of a gravel road from Bloomfield to Marco, by way of Lyons, over the withes of our brother farmers along the proposed line.  Resolved that we do most earnestly ask those, who have the power, to prevent this imposition on an already over-taxed community.  Be it further resolved tbat should a deaf «ar be turned to oiir rebnest In this case we will moat surely remember all parties and meet out justice to them accordingly.  OONDENSED NEWS.  A Collection of Xtit«r«stl«( I|«ma on  Various Snhjects, Es|p*«l»lljr Prep»rod  for tl>o Hasty Read«r.  Railway postal clerks are working for a reflation of salaries by law.  Nine cases of smallpox hare beoa foimd oa l)oard the bark Sarah, irom Payal, detained at quarantine off Boston.  Elaborate preparations ar* being m«d« for the reception and entertainment of the rarl-otu military companies which ar» aa^ted to attend tbe National iiriU and •tifanjV m®nt to be hold in Kansas City from Juné i to 9, inclusir*.  James S. Caswell, imprisoned for life at Montpeller, Vt., for the mturder of (KorgO Gould, was married fo Gould's widow through the bars.  Chicago will try to Increase tbe world's fair fund to 810,000,00a  The president and Secretarv Blaine addressed the Pan-American delegates upon their adjournment.  John H. Pamell, brother of Charles Stew-art Pamoil, says the ^^rts of the poverty of bis mothsr are sensationaL  The Sherman, S. Dak., boomers have respected tho United States authority, and that town does not exist. They have moved to a neighboring tract.  There is to be a meeting of the survivors of tbs different regiments amO. batteries, l>oth Union and Gonfederat«, that were en-engaged in tha battle of Qhickamauga, on the battlefield, oa Wedneeday, May 9Íi. 180D, for the purpose of locating the Tarioos positions oceupied by eaéh oonunand h» the battle, tliat the same may be oerrectly maiiced on the field and entered on a true map of tho same, so that no monumeitf in tiiat National park need be erroneous placed. Brery surrlTor is earnestly solioited to attend, and half rates have iMen arranged for on all raU-ways.  The house and senate committee are still at variance on the silrw question.  Toretgn.  Heavy rains prevail in New South Wal» The Darling river has overflowed its basu and the town of Bourlte is inundated.  An Italian East Africa coiiipany has been formed.  The beneficent project of the American colony in Berlin that Involves tha building of an institution that shall comprise a church, a college and a house fot-students, is beginning to be carried out, a handsomé subscription list having already been obtained. The Em' press Frederick takes a lively interest in the undertaking.  Gen. Peiscato assumes ^e BradUao war portfolio in place of Gen. Constant, who becomes minister of the new department of education, posts and telegraphs.  A petard was Sunday exploded oa tbe Recoltetos promenade, Madrid. The Mrpe-trator of the outrage, which resulted In the injury of but one person, is unknown.  The repairs of the steams^p City of Pari« have been put into the hapds of Messrs. Laird, of Birkenhead, and her next date of  FARM LIVE STOCK.  THINGS WORTH KNOWING ABOUT COWS, HORSES AND HENS.  BEST BREEDS OF CHICKENS.  Milk fur liens—Why One Xelslibor's Hens Kept on Laylns When Et;gM Were Forty-five Cents a Dozen—The Rf^ntlful Cleveland Bay Carriage Horse.  So many people are now rich enough to keep carriages in this country that the breeding of coach horses is a profitable biuinem. Six hundred dollars to $3,000 is about tlie way prices run for a well broken pair of Cleveland bay carriage horses.  CLEVELAND BAY, The cut represents one of thrae beautiful, spirited animals, clean limbed and dhiny coated. _  Feed for Work Hovsee. As H rule, in the com belt of the country, too much of that grain is fed to farm animals of all kinds.  An excellent system of feeding for horses at the beginning of plowing time and through the working season would be as follows: Feed oats in the morning, cat feed at noon time, and oats again at night. This with hay and a bran mash twice a week will keep the horses strong for work. Those who have tried it earnestly recommend roots to be mixed with cut feed for horses. Carrots and meal, or rutabagas and meal, make an excellent occasional horse feed. In this country generally we do not feed animals on the r«K>t crops as much as we should do. lliey afford variety, and animals want variety In food as well as man. One reason why root crops for stock feed are not cultivated here more is the high price of labor. Neither the farmer nor the farmer's hired man likes to break his back over carrots, rutabagas or mangel wurzels, no matter how excellent they may be for horses and cows.  sailing will bo Nov. la  •Another Slan Wn* Iluu^ed Fuur Tears Ago.  CRAWKOiiDSViLLE, Ind., April 19.— James Dt-imis, who died at Waynetown, on Wediieadav ni^ht, made a death bed confession to the efTect that ho was the chirf actor in tlie murder of Mr. and Mrs. H. f{. McMillan, forwhioh act John 1-'. I Oitf* hanged in 1885.  On tl»»» iiiybt of the murder Dennis, according Ki liis confession, went into Mc.diiliin'rt liouso for tlie purpose of stealing "JUD which McMuIlin was known to liave. Coffeo remained on tuard outside. McMulliu awoke and showed figlit, whrn Dennis struck him on the head with a club, killing him instantly.  Mrs. McMullin ran out of the liouse, juid WRH caught by Coffee, who struck her on the head, intendrnc to stun her, but initciid killed her. The two men then T>li»ced the bodies in the house and set lire to it. Both were arrested, and ColTeo was convicted of murder, while iDonnis was acquitted.  ■Suit .\bout Xiitlonal Tlank Stuck.  Indianapolis, April Hi.—An important damage suit before a struck jury, consisting of the beet known buttineas men in tiie city, four of whom are bankers, was begun in the cucuit court yes-tonlay, tho plaintiff being Mrs. C. C. Batcv and the defendent E. F. Clay-pool. Mrs. Bate« claiin.s that when slie sold the Bate« hou.se to the defendant she took ?t<O.OU'J worth of stock in the old Fir.it Nati<5iial bann in part payment, dffoiidant representing that it was worth par, when, in fact, it was not worth more than serenty-five cents on tlie dollar. The hank soon afterwards faileti, and as two of its officers were de-fallUf•r^' in a large amount, the facts of which were not known to her, tho suit promises to bring out a good deal of the inside history of the institution, and prove very t>en»iational. Sh« asks $25,-000 damages.  Whereat the Lawyarii Chuckle.  Deli'HI, Ind., April 19,—Six weeks ago Ahner II. Bowen, a wealthy banker.  9 Writethouble lor liquid mesure by the I Y-l'V''® ,^ ajueJ at $3,000,000.  Metric System.  phvstolooy.  died, und hia lieirs failed to appoint an adniinistrator within thetiui« prescribed l)v law. Last week attorneys in hunt-  Be it further resolved that we do most ean»-estly request all of the subordinate lodges In Greene county to take favorable action at oncei on these resolutions and report them to the county papers for publication.  Be it further resolved that a copy of theae resolutions be sent tbe county coaamlgBionerg.  G. W. Wblm, Pres.  A. B. Hcffman, Sec'y.  The Standard.  '•I regard Hood's SarsaparilU as having passed above the grade of what are «omuonly called patent or proprietary medicines," said a well known physician recently. "It Is fully entitled to be consideted a standard medicine, and has won this position by its undoubted merit and by the many remarkable cures it has effected. For au alterative and tonic It has never been eqiialleil."  1 A boy eats a piece of bread on which is | ing hidden ta-xes went into court and butter covered with sugar. Trace each sub-1 had William S. Stewart, county treas-stance until it becomes blood. j urer, appointed administrator. The  2. Draw a section of the.skiu, name and dc- heirs oppo.-.ed the appointment, and en-scrlbe the parts and give the funcrions of each? ' gaK^J colebrated legal talent from a  3. Name and locate the divisions of thebiaiu tliaiance. The case came up before  and state the functions of each. ¡ -í "-iKe Reynolds at tliis place and he held  4. Give your opinion, with reason.., upon the | ™ hable of study immediately after eating.  5. Describe the sympathetic syttem of nerves and state their functions.  6. What directions would you give for the I care of the eyes. |  GKOGRAl'UV.  1. What is tbc Yellowstone Park? For what is It remarkable?  j 2 What Is the government of Switzerland?  3. Describe Norway, ts to climate, soil and prodcctions.  4. In what states of the Union is most aoal found? What la the origin of coal?  5. Name In order the countries of America bordering ou the I'acillc ocean.  «. Where are Bergeu, Uejkavik, Curakas, Odessa, Siugajiore?  7. Why is it winter in the Norlhera Hemisphere while the earth is nearest the sun? Is this condition permanent?  kbauiso. "All day the gusty north wind 1» re. The loosening drift its breath before; Low circling round its southern Mae, The sun through dazzling saow-mist shi ne. Mo church bell lent its Christian tone To the savage air, no social smoke Curled over woods of sauw-hung oak. A solitude made more Inlenie,  administrator to go ahead and settle up I tho ostato. Tho case promises no end of I bitttT litigation.  store Destroyed.  Brazil, Ind., April 22.-- A general store belonging to D. 11. Davis, his residence and a saloon burned at Knights-ville yesterday, making the third timo the business portion of the town has been burned in two years. Loss, $20,000; insurance light, most of tho companies having withdrawn, principally la the North American.  Four Horkr« and Two Mule« Crviuatud.  Leuaxo.n, Ind., April g'i.—Palsnian Beck's barn, four miles north of thi« city, was iiuined at an early hoiii yesterday morning, togethwr witU four liorse.s, two mules, farm machinery aud a large ninount of liay and grain Luas, ¡til.Ow; no insurance.  Kill« d by u Trulli.  1 M.4hion, Ind., April 21.—As David i Whuny, 0 respected farmer, living I about tliree inilei west of this city, was ; goin;; l.onie Saturday afternoon he was I struck by the Pan-Ilandle train and in-' stautly killeil. lie was about 70 yeard old and well to ¡li.  Crimes and Caaultles.  A New Jersey woman hu been arrested on an indictment charging an attempt to poison her son.  S. W. Stewart was shot an4 kiUed at Tex-arkana. Ark., by the 11-year-old son of ^ K. Sweet.  An attempt was made at Elizabeth, N. J., on the 18th inst, to assassinate three young women.  Tbe Limestone street bridge, at Springfield, O., while crowded with people witnessing the baptism of converts, went dowa with a crash. Four perMas were fatally hiurt and about thirty-five nad limbs broken or were badly bruised.  West Beatty was shot and killed by Scott Tandle at Pinchever, Ky.  The schooner W. H. BrinsSeld was sunk off Point No Point, and four of the crew drowned.  Labor Notes.  The miners' coaventlon at Colmnbus fiaally revived the interstate agreement and fixed a scale of prices.  Sti-lking cabinet makers of BatesvUle, Ind., have issued a warning circular to all cabinet makers to stay away from the American furniture company.  The miners of West Virginia organized a district assembly for tbat mate at Charleston.  Mutual concessions on the part of railroads aud employes at Pittsburg are reported wUch will lead to a settlement of tho threatened strike.  Sporting: Sparks.  Jack Carkeek, of Milwaukee, is now champion catch-as-catch-can wrestler qt tbe world. He defeated Tom Cannon two ia^ls in thrde at People's theatre, Oincinnati, Frl day night.  Corbett does not see any money in Kil-rtun's challenge, and i^^ores it.  Fersonni.  Sanders and Powers, Republican seuaton from Montana, were declared entitled to the seats by the senate.  Ex-President Uayes and daughter have sailed from New York for Bermuda.  Tlie Fire Record.  Fire at Harro^burg, Ky., destrojred property valued at $¡3^0,000.  Fifteen buildings burned at Point Plects-ant, W. Va., Sundy.  The Death Itoll.  Ex-Govemors James Pollock, of Pennsylvania, 80, and W. W. Hoppln, of Rhode Island, 82, died on Saturday.  THE RUSH FOR OFFICE ENDED.  All Important Places Filled With Republicans—Getting I»own to Knalnett«.  Washinotox, April 22.—President Harrison has almost completed his appointments of a general influence and character. In fact, very few people fre-  auent the White houtie now compared to  le number who went there a year ago on business connected with appointments.  It is understood that Col. Den^, of Indiana. %vill remain at his post in Qiina during the few remaining months of the four years.  All of the consul generalships, and the consuls of any consequence whatever, have been nlled with Republicans. The prosideut can now give his attention to matters of interest and importance to the general welfare. Heretofore his time baa been almost wholly occupied hearing tho wants of party men, and it is a wonder that he lias had any op{K>rtunity to think of the affairs of statesmanship.  The cabinet ottlcers have also disposed of nearly all of their routine matters pertaining to changes in office, and are getting down to bed rock routine business. Tliey are determined to dispose of the large accumulation of business which they fotmd upon taking charge of their offices, and the statements which have recently gone forth from the pension and land oinces show something of the work that has already been done in tho direction of clearing the files. The present calendar year wiU work wonders in the departments.  How Sheep Eat Hay.  The sheep is a more dainty feeder tlu^i any other farm animal, and if fed whole hay will inevitably get some of it soiled and leave it tmeaten. In some experiments by Professor E. W. Stewaix he found that by feeding twenty-five medium Merino sheep fifty pounds of early cut timothy hay they left twelve pounds uneaten. When the allowance was increased to seventy-five pounds they left fifteen pounds uneaten. When the hay was cut to three-eighths of an inch in length there was scarceiy any waste, and this was found equal to seventy-five pounds of long hay. There was an equal gain in cutting fodder corn, though at best this food is not so well adapted to dieep as is hay, as a considerable portion of the coarser part will remain uneaten.—Field and Farm.  A E^nce Frand.  Look out for the barbed wire fence fraud. He is a dangerous man to trifle with. He calls on a farmer and proposes to put up an eight wire fence at eight cents per foot. This is apparently so cheap that the farmer usually signs the contract Then when the bill comes in, which it does promptly, the deluded farmer sees that he lias agreed to pay eight cents per foot for each particular wire instead of that amount for the entire eight. When the sclieme works right and the premise« are all fenced in the famter lias to surrender Iiis farm in part payment and give his noto for tlie balance. Farmers will do well to be on their guard against these fellows and show tliem the gate as soon as possible. —Yimkton Journal.  What Each Famous Family of Vowla IB Good For.  An exchange thus stuns ui points of preference In the cf fowls:  The Langshane lay bcB( in winter. They give a goo^y aumbor ot eggs, and-cüre excellent table birds.  The Brahmas come next—(h^ light var riety of this class exceUIng the dark.  The Partridge Cochins are the best layers of the Cochin class. The bufCs, th^ best table fowls; th« whites, blacks and partridge follow the buffs for meat.  The Plymouth Bocks are good layers and capital taUe fowls. So are the Wy-andottes, but they will lay more ^gs than tbe Rocks. All the American birds are good, and come near all purpose fowls.  The Houdans and the whole Frenoh class are excellent layers and grand market bhrds.  The Leghorns, Minorcas, Spanish, An-lialuslans and Hamburg are the fowl» with big egg records, but they are nol worth much for eating.  The Dorkings non-enperior for flesh qualities.  The white L^homs, Minorcas, Span-eh and Houdans lay the largest egga^  The brown Leghorns lay the most egg^ jf the Leghorn family, but they ana imaller.  The Javas recommend themselves ae ^ble birds, and very readily assume fat.  The Jersey blues are not Ughly recoi^ mended either as egg pioducera or table Wrds.  The Polish are the handsomest ot fowls, excellent layers, but not recommended for the table.  The Hamburgs are persistent layers, but of no account for the table.  The American Dominiqaes ate tbe orignal American fowl, lliey are good layers and table birds, and just the farmer's fowls.  The game class are second to none for table use, and also possess a creditable egg record. _  Turkeys.  I think no one kind of domeatlobird pay better for their keep than torkeya. They require close attention, however, in the laying and hatching seaaon^ and ought to be kept part of the day entlzsly by themselves, with neats aocessUde; otherwise they are apt to wander away and nest in some secluded spot. Tb obtain best results requires gentleneoa, a« hen turkeys must be tame and qniet, and the same person must attend them dnring incubation. Never be in a hurry to remove the young from the nest, and give no food the first day. When the young are taken from the nest some breeders wash the under side of the body and wings with tobacco water, to remove vermin. I have found it better to keep the nest free from lice while the eggs are hatching. Flour of sulphur is an efFeet-ual remedy for this. The young turkeys must be kept in a low yard, and the mother bird have her liberty.  Feed soft, not sloppy, coarse ground commeal and chopp^ hoiled eggs, and sweet milk. The same rule holds for turkeys as for chickens, "feed little and often." Mix a little sulphur with the food occasionally. Keep the young turkeys from being wet the first month, either by rain or dew. I once lost half my young turkeys by exposure to a brief rain. I thought them under cover, and after the shower was over found them "drooket." I was more careful after thi.s. When the turkeys are two or three weeks old feed them a little boiled beef or mutton, pulled to shreds before given them. Turkeys require a good range and are fond of taking long walks, but do not let them get out of sight, especially when caring for a brood.—Orange Judd Farmer.  Milk fur Ileus.  A neighbor of ours, whose hens, to our exasperation, kept laying on wlien eggs were forty-live cents per dozen, while ottrs persistently laid off during the sèime season, on being questioned, revealed the fact timt her hens had a pailful of skimmed (perhaps clabbered) milk each day, and no other drink. .On comparing notes wo cach found that our fowls were almost exactly alike, with this difference —a difference that had put many a dollar to the credit side of his ledger, while our own was left blank during the same Ijeriotl. This thing had been going on for years, with the same results always in favor of milk diet.—Tex.-is Stock Journal. _  Millet for Cattle.  Corn is generally considered the best feed for cattle for the market, but a large farmer in the south part of the state is authority for the statement that millet fed cattle weigh heavier than those fattened by feeding corn. Tho gentleman referred to is a stock bus or as well tis successful farmer, and lie says that when buying cattle he makes it a rule to buy without weighing, if possiblo, when certain that the stock has been fed with  millet, as they always weigh heavier than when fed corn. He i.s also of tho opinion that cattle have reached the lowest possible figure, and that now is the time to go into the business of raising cattle.—Clark Pilot Review.  AuU'id«<d la 4ali.  Elkhart, Ind., April 31. — Friday niglit a well-dressed man, about 35 years of age. applied at Uie city jail here for lodging, und Saturday morning reiused to leave his cell, apparently being despondent. In the afternoon be was found in his cell with his throat cut, and soon died. He left nothing by which his identity could be established  Tourists.  Whether;on pleasure bent or bujiness, should take on every trip a bottle ot Sj rup of Figs, as t acts most pleas.^ntly and (ffcctually cn the kidneys-, liver and bowels, preveoting fevers, headaches and otber forms of sickness. For  Vermin ou Cattle.  The Rural New Yorker luis never found anything better to kill lice 011 cattle than tobacco water, to which a little sulphur has lieeti added. Keep the tobacco and sulphur ill water near the boiling jxiint for tv^ el »-o Injurs, stirring it occasionally. Ai.ply tho decoction to the poll of the iiead along tlie top of tho neck and t l.in.-. <>n the brisket and under the logs. (■>4 < .ur.-:;;*, t!.e animals must be kept in a •«.1...1 jil.icc,' when treated In this v.ay.  •^TheaBidby was slck, we gave her Castoria. -Whaa sb» was a ChUd, she cried for Castorio. -Wben she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. Whes ^ Vhad Cbildren, she gavc them Castori»  «ale in 50 cent ai^d gl bottlec.  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.  Puluts of Interest.  The "points" for a Jersey cow are now merged into one test: How much butter can she make?  The trouble with ailing fowls is often the same as that with people, they need grit.  Don't drug and dose your horses to death with medicines. Many a valuable animal lias been ruined in this way. Nature generally understands her business better than the horse doctor.  For colic in a horse: Take him into the open air and walk him rapidly. Rub liis body vigorously and give soapsuds injections.  A merino buck born in Vermont and taken to Nebraska yielded wlieii shorn a fleece that weighetl thirty pounds. That is one end of the story. This is the other end: After the fleece was cleansed it weighed only five and one-quarter pounds. The fine wool of the merino Is very oily, and the way it gathers dust on the prairie lauds of western farms is a caution to sheep breeders.  A good herd of Jerseys never failed to pay yet, if it was properly managed, and never will.—Western Rural.  Tlie Jersey for butter, the Holstein for milk and cheese.  The great northwest seems to be going wild over sheep. One herder says: "In • my judgment there is more money in sheep just now than in anything else in this countri'." Well, tlio w^ool interest was down in the mouth long enough. It is time a boom started its way.  We should proceed in the selection and breeding of our cows with one thought clearly fixed in our mind, and that Is when a good, jirofitablo milch cow is old enough to turn off, the price that we shall get for her carcass—of whatever breed she may be—will never make us rich. Tlic market is not groaning for old oow beef.—Western Rural.  There sire today thousands of farmers in Iowa in independent circumstanoea who commenced on Iowa soil thirty and forty years ago with a mare, a cow aud a sow, und have raised families of intelligent children, now filling many of the stations of honor and trust in state and nation.—Iowa State Register.  For cows with young calves bran is a better feed than com or com meal, which ar© too rich and heating.  Consumption Surely Cured.  To Tmt Editob:—Please inform your readers that I have a positiTO remedy for the above-named disease. By Us timely use thousands of hopeless cases bavo been permanently cured. X shall be glad to send two bottles ofmy remedyFBEBtoanyof your readers who have consumption If they will send me their Express and P. O. address. Bespect-Colly, T.A.8L0CUiI.M.0.,181PeM;l8t..N.Y.  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.  Use «'Dead Shot" for Hog  At4 «Cholera.  and Chicken 44tf  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.   

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