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Consolidated Feh. 1,1889.
M c M innville . O regon . F riday . F ebruary
SAM HILDERAND'S CAREER.
RUDOLPH S MANY FAVORITES.
For Years His Name Was a Household “A Woman in the Case” was the Cause
[From our regular correspondent. 1
Terror in Southeast Missouri.
of All His Trouble.
Washington, Jan. 25, 1889.'
During the early 60s Sain Hilde The great sensation of the world
well known Republican that I met I brand ivtis the terror of Union men to-day is the murder or suicide of
at the door of the hotel where the all over southeast Missouri, and es Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria.
man from Maine has quarters.1 pecially in St. Francois county, the His career has been that of nearly
“Why, what’s up?” I eagerly northern part of which was his till the crowned heads of Europe
Hard-isa.«- <3= Heath-
asked. “Oh,” said the politician,: home. The Hildebrands were from anti it is a wonder that ho lived as
“he’s ‘hoodooed’ again by that con tyne immemorial regarded as a long as he did. The account of his
founded Burchard, whose three R’s hard lot, and many tough stories career may be interesting to our
settled him in 1884. He’s here are related by old settlers of their readers, at any rate it teaches that
me I.'opy. per year, in advance..............
)-ipr. six months in advaco.........
now, in this hotel, and Blaine might proclivity for appropriating their virtue is not to be found in the
as well pack his gripsack and go neighbor’s hogs to their own use. crowned heads of Eurojx.'.
back to Maine. He will never be Indeed, hog stealing seemed to be
Although numerous and conflict
secretary of state.’ I stepped into one of their strong points.
ing accounts have been received
the hotel and glancing over the
The Hildebrand boys, of whom from Europe concerning the sudden
register, discovered that Rev. Dr. there were six, grew up entirely and mysterious death of Crown
Burchard was really a guest of the without education, having no dispo Prince Rudolph of Austria, yet it
house. However, I am not as su sition to avail themselves of even I is remarkable that they all coincide
('re ideut ........................... Grover Cleveland .
Seeiet iry ..ISU'e.....................'£,,08AF£. ’i1*',8-? i
perstitious as ths man I met, be the meagre educational facilities of in one particular, namely, that
Secretary of i’reaanry........... CLas. 8.Fairchild
sides, I have the best of reasons for those early times; consequently, at there was a woman in the case.
Secretary ot the Interior.......... ... . r. Mias
Secretary of War..................... w"i. C.’••n<lx 1 |
believing that Mr. Blaine basal- manhood they were utterly unlit to The archduke, who in many traits
Secre aij of Aavy ................... W;.( k" hitney
PoBtirasier General............. Don M. Dickinaon
Absolutely Pure. ready accepted the secretaryship of appreciate or realize the duty of of character resembled his great
Attorney General................... - A »•’ l *
citizenship. Their course of con friend and boon companion the
Chief J.iNtic.......................... Melville W. Fuller
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
Evidently a revival of the “era of duct rendered their presence a Prine« of Wales, had inherited all
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be good stealing,” is expected under menace to the Union men in the the traditional lack of principle in
j J. 11. Mitchell nomical
soldin competition with the multitude of low the Harrison administration, if one
.............. ( J. N. Dolph
community, and, the aid of soldiers regard to the fair sex for which the
alum or phosphate powders
............. Binger Hermann Bold only weight
11.; pre sen tai iv
in cm?. R oyal B aking P owder . may judge by the character of some being invoked, the country soon be house of Ilapsburg is renowned.
Co., 106 Wall Sti N‘Y.
of the applicants for positions that came too hot for them, and they
Like the British heir apparent,
are already in the field.
sought protection among the rebel he was subjected to the severest
Geo. W. McBride
Chairman McCrary and a major outposts and in the swamp regions discipline in his boyhood and was
... .K. B. McElroy
Bupt. Public Instruction.
ity of the house committee on for further south. Returning from time brought up with the most extraor
.... Frauk Bake)
eign affairs are said to be in favor to time, first one and then another dinary strictness. The natural
.. . Wm. I’. Lord
Supreme Jndgee. ...
of the adoption of the Monroe doc of the boys fell into the hands of consequence was that as soon as he
(II. 8. Stratum
trine resolutions, which has been the Union soldiers until Sam and was emancipated from the control
That wants a Cook, Parlor and Heating St re,
passed by the senate. They will his brother William were all that of his tutors and professors he
ment in the county at
. II. If. Hewitt
be reported in a day or two.
were left. William, as a matter of started off on a course of the wild
enlisted in the Federal army est dissipation, in which he was
I-I O D S O IT ’ S accounts of insults to the American and served through to the end of encouraged by the fair dames in
J udge................................. .............. L.. Lougbery
flag in Samoa are greatly exag the war and was honorbly discharg every rank of his father’s subjects,
Clerk ................................. .......... J. W. Hobbt
.............. T. J. Harris
gerated, and that the administra ed. Sam, however, seemed to have who were only to ready too give the
And at prices that defy competition.
tion has taken all necessary steps found his native element in the most exaggerated proofs of their
Recorder............................ .............Wvatt Harris
Assessor*............................ ............... ,’p. M. York
as far as it could under the law, to lawlessness that existed along the loyalty and devotion to their future
protect our interests in that coun border in the disputed ground be kaiser.
School Superintendent.... ...............I . H. Batti
Oorocer............................... ........ E. B. Fellows If you want the best Iron Roof in the world try.
tween the two armies, and his fre
Many were the scandals with
I D. B. Finge ry
Hodson puts that kind on and
Cornu»isaio:.ers .................. ....... ] S. Bratscher
The Republicans have succeeded quent visits to his old standing which his name became connected,
in passing the senate tariff bill by ground soon made his name a terror the one which attracted most atten
THE L.'.W OF XEWSFAFXKS.
a strict party vote, though it re to every Union man in the county. tion and excited most disgust oc
I - Subscri ere win. -Io not give expre-s no
some very hard work to do
One of the first victims of his curring within three months of his
tice to the conti ary are cyoeioered aswiehtng If vou are going to want any Galvanized Iron
t,> oonlinne their i-ubacriptione.
so, as several Republican senators murderous rifle was an old gentle marriage. lie was stationed at the
2— If suba-ribcre order the discontinuance or
or Ornamental Iron work of any kind
are opposed to several sections of man by the name Ringer, who, time in command of the troops at
thfcir periodical» the publishers may continue to
remember that Ilodson’a shop is tho
send them until all arrears are paid.
the very one-sided measure, and though he had never taken any ac Prague, where he considerably
3— if subscribers neglect to or re.use to take
only supported it because they felt' tive part in opposing Hildebrand, shocked the inhabitants of that an
their periodic» 1« from tie office to which they
certain that there was no prospect was well known as a very pronounc cient capital of the Kingdom of Bo
have been directed, they are held responsible
tilt they have settled their bill an-1 ordered
of its ever becoming a law. Senator ed Union man, and that was hemia by his flagrant and public
their paper discontinued
Blair openly state;! that if this vote enough. On the second evening relations with the Baroness de S., a
4_If subseripere move to other places with I
Where su»h work can be done.
out informing ttie pnblist.er, and the papers are
could have defeated it, he would after the hattl of Wilson’s Creek, widow considerably his senior. Dur
sent to the former direction, they are held
have voted against it. The Demo- [ Mo., the old gentleman, who had ing one of his periodical visits to
.... . .
5_T1-." courts have decided that refusing to I
cratic senators, to their honor be it' just returned from Mineral Point, Vienna the prince visited the great
take periodicals from the office or removing Bring on your drawings and get estimates on
said, voted solidly against it. It ten miles distant, where he had furniture store of Messrs II., on the
and leaving them uncalled fur is prime facie
work, warranted first-class and to your
now goes to the house, where it is | been to get a newspaper from which Ringstrasse, and ordered a most
evidence oi intentional fraud.
6 -The postmaster who neglects to give the
to be hoped it will be buried be to learn the particulars of the bat magnificent suit for a bedroom,
legal notice uf the neglect of a person to take
yond the hope of a resurrection.
from the office the paper addressed to him, is
tle, was sitting on the porch of his dressing-room, boudoir and salon.
.ilble also to the publisher for the subscription
It is a mistaken idea to suppose 1 residence leading aloud to his fam Proud of this piece of imperial pa
that women are not the equals of ily and several neighbors who had tronage, Messrs. H. lost no time in
men in what is known among horse gathered at his house to hear the displaying the articles ordered in
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
men as “staying power...............
” This fact news. Suddenly the little group their shop windows, marked as hav
was full}' proven this week when was startled by the sharp report of ing been “ordered by his Imperial
Physician & Surgeon,
Woman " ’s Suffrage
~ _ a rille, simultaneously with which Highness the Crown Prince Ru
M c M imifille ,
Association held their twenty-first a thin white smoke rose from the dolph.” During a whole week the
Ottico iin-1 residence on Lt street,
annual convention. If twenty one cedar bushes some seventy-five store was surrounded by a crowd of
calls promptly answered day or niglit.
years steady hammering away on yards distant, and the old gentle spectators eager to see the things
one thing does not prove their man fell from his chair mortally which had been ordered for his six-
I)K. J. C. MICHAUX
“staying power,” then I am no wounded. The terrified family and teen-year-old bride, while the news
judge of such qualities.
neighbors carried the old num into papers expatiated on .the excellent
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
The judiciary committee of the the house and cared for him as best taste displayed by the imperial
house will report a bill amending they could, but in a few hours lie bridegroom. Suddenly, however,
the naturalization law. It provides died.
the fact oozed out that the furniture
that an alien shall live five years
Jan, 21, ’8S.
This was, perhaps, the beginning in question was not at all destined
in the United States before he can of Sain Hildebrand’s career of blood for the Princess Stephanie, but for
\ÂZ IÏ E FÆ ?
become a citizen, and
does away and robbery, and during nearly two the baroness, of whom mention has
with the present requirement of years following his name was a been
made above, and the news was
declaration of his intention of be- household terror. With not a sin confirmed
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
when the goods were
coming a citizen.
gle trait of character to command seen in the act of being packed in
Senator Vest is a
admiration, he had, nevertheless, a cases bearing that lady’s name and
Where will always be found all the latest joke, and he was this week the au sort of dare-devil courage that
address at Prague. On this oc
Surgery a Specialty.
styles m season. Also a nice line of Bazaar thor of one which caused a titter to
seemed to court danger, and he re casion the public outcry was so
Goods such as E usually kept in a millinery
store, and I would respectfully ask a share of go around the senate that was join garded every Union man of any
great that the emperor felt himself
FiRST NATIONAL BANK,
public patronage. I will al.-o say tint I have ed in by the Republicans, although
prominence as the appropriate vic bound to take public notice thereof,
engaged the services of Mrs. Stuar; who will
the laugh was on them. Mr. Vest tim of his unerring rille. One of
be pleased to meet her former patrons.
------ of m ’ minxville , or .,------
presented a memorial purporting to the most deeply deplored of these and the crown prince was suspend
.1 Al OB WORTMAN................... President,
be signed by a number of dentists was Col. Firmin Mcllvane, one of ed from his command and ordered
MRS. A. BURT. asking
R. P. BIRD......................... Vice-l’resident,
that a bounty of $1 per the most prominent farmers in the by his father to undergo two
.I no . WORTMAN ......................... Cashier.
tooth extracted be allowed to Amer county. Col. Mcllvane was an ac months’ arrest.
Another fair friend of the Crown
Transacts» general Balking Business. De
ican dentists,, “in order to encour tive Unjon man, and had not been
Prince, a beautiful actress of the
posits reeeiv. d subject to check. Seli. sight
backward in seeking to suppress
exchange an ! t-legraphie transfers on New
cost to patients, and encourage the I all lawlessness, and, as a matter of Burg theatre, was induced by the
York, Sau Francisco aud Portland.
Third Street, between E and F
June 21. ly.
immigration of dentists from other I course, had sought to have Hilde emperor, within a fortnight of his
parts of the world, thereby making brand arrested. This was enough son’s marriage, to put a stop to her
M c M innville national bank .
a better market for the agricultural to seal his fate. lie was marked intimacy with the latter in a some
other products of this country.” as a victim, and for months an op what characteristic manner. Old
m ’ minnvii . le , obegon .
Count Torock, a cynical and some
First-class accommodations for Ccnuner A very clever parody on the amend
portunity was watched for that what original member of Francis
cial men and general travel.
Trannotl a Genaral Banking Business.
would enable the murderous assas Joseph’s household, was persuaded
Transient stock well cared for.
W.COWLS Everything new and in First-Cluss Order the tariff bill, allowing a bounty of sin to execute his design. About a
Vice President............. LEE LAUGHLIN
one cent per pound on sugar pro year after the murder of old man to give a proof of his devotion to the
imperial family by contracting a
itf duced in this country.
Patronage respectfully solicited
Cashier.................... ■■ CLARK BRALY
Ringer, Hildebrand, prowling about marriage with the lady in question,
About every Republican con in the neighborhood, learned that
Soils oM haiige on Portland, San Francisco
gressman that was defeated at thp Col. Mcllvane was harvesting in a the emperor showing his apprecia
Afl lhe Latest Novels
and New York.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
last election is a candidate for office certain field on his farm on Big tion of the count’s conduct by set
Can be Found at he
-Office boors from n m to 4 p m.
under Harrison. Republicans never river, and at once determined to tling a handsome sum of motley on
willingly retire to private life execute his long-cherished design. the curiously assorted couple. This
seem to think that the U. S., Accordingly, lie concealed himself will be inherited in due course by
.the child which was born four
government owes them a living.
A Full Stock of Musical Instru It is now understood that the in the thick bushes bordering the months after the celebration of the
Sample rooms in connection.
high bluff of Big river, within about
ments and Stationery Always
appropriation bill committee of the eighty yards of which the field ap marriage, and of whom old Gen.
house, to which the seperate bill proached. Here he lay concealed Torock is inordinately proud.
I» now fitted up in first class order.
the internal revenue for some hours, permitting his in The origin of the deep-rooted en
Accommodations as good as can be
mity which prevailed until the very
fotin din the city.
Third Street, McMinnville, Or. features of the Mills bill was referr tended victim to pass within easy last between the archduke and the
ed, will take no action whatever on gunshot a number of times gloating,
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager..
emperor of Germany is like
bill. The Democratic party no doubt, with fiendish delight over present
to the fair sex, the
W. H. Logan, the
leaders have decided that it would the certainty of his work. At length
of contention in this case be
not be good policy to pass the bill. when the field was nearly harvest bone
ing the black-eyed, but rather ema
There are many members however, ed, while the Colonel paused to ciated
prima donna Tagliana, one
that favor it, and if any way can whet his scythe, the death-dealing of the most
Noith side Third St.
famous pupils of Lam-
be devised to get it or a similar bill rifle was brought to bear, a sharp perti, the great master of the Milan
Opposite Cook’s Hotel. Third Street
Hair cutting in the latest styles. Cutting of before the house, it will almost cer
report rang out and Col. Firmin conservatories of music. So flag
ladi c®’ and children’s hair neatly done.
For a good shave or shampoo give us a call. tainly pass.
Mcllvane fell dead.
rant was the liaison between the
The sudden death by paralysis
From this time on the Union cantatrice and the crown prince
McMinnville Baths anti
of Representative Burns has cast a troops too fully possessed the coun that the emperor felt himself con
gloom over the house. lie was at- try to allow of much more raiding, strained to interfere, and insisted
tacteil Wednesday while in the and Ilindebrand’s visits became i on the lady’s departure from
Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and sU house, and died Thursday morning. rare.and brief. At the close of the
C. H. FLEKIHS, Prop.,
‘ Vienna. Taking advantage of an
Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees.
All kinds of fancy hair cutting anil hair ' Our office is opposite L . Patent office. We His colleagues think that the hard war he returned and attempted to 1 offer from the Berlin opera house,
Urcwing done in tl e latest style.
| have no sub-agencies, all business direct, hence work, consequent upon member remain, but his numerous atrocities i La Tagliana transferred herself and
Al! kinds ot liair dyeing a specialty.
i can transact nateut business in less time and at ship of the house appropriation
during the war had created a feel her belongings to the Prussian capi
Special attention given to Ladies'
Less Cost than those remote trorn Washington.
I Send model, drawing or photo, with descrip committee is responsible for his ing that made the country too tal, where she was visited by Ru
.shaving, tô cents
I tio.i We advise i. patenta' le or not, free of death.
warm for him, and for some months dolph incognito as often as the lat-
I have just put ill the finc-t baths ever tn j charge Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A bock, ‘ How to 01 taiu Patents,” with re
th city, where you can find hot or cold
his “business lay rooling.” He last | ter could find a pretext for getting
Wright’s Red Cross Cough Syrup, turned up at a small town on the
baths always ready.
away from his wife. He was in-
1 also have the largest anil tiiicst stock of or town, sen* free. Address
cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of
imported and domestic cigars in the city
and all inflamed conditions of the Illinois side of the river, where, dur 1 cautious enough, however, to make
I GJ - -A- szrsro^z ¿3 GO,
ing a spree, he was shot and killed. his belle amie jiersonally acquainted
lungs. Sold by Rogers à Todd.
\ Opposite Patent Office, Wdahiugtan. D. C.
Third q‘ McMinnville, Or.
C. 0. HODSON.
SOMETHÎNG NEW !
OPPOSITE GRANGE STORE
Henderson Bros. Props
The St. Charles Hotel.
VOL. I. NO. 2.
WILKES. BOOTH AND LINCOLN.
with his friend Prince William, to
whose care he specially confided her. Three Veterans at the Pension Office
Like many others he was betrayed
Who Made a Sensation.
by the friend whom he had trusted
A rather singular coincidence oc
in the matter, and one morning, on
arriving unexpectedly at Berlin curred in the pension office on Can
from Prague; he found his inamorata al street, New York city, the othi -
in an exceedingly compromising day, which made many person^
tete-a-tete with Prince William. Of who were present open their eyes in
course a stormy scene was the re astonishment. It was the usual
sult, and so bitter were the words quarterly pay-day for the veterans,
bandied to and fro on the occasion and over a hundred were drawn up
that the most bitter and irreconcila in line awaiting their turn at the
ble enmity took the place of the window. In the row were three
former friendship between fne two men whose appearance denoted
that their soldier-life during the
Ever since his marriage with the war had been anything but pleas
daughter of the king of the Belgians ant. The three were in succession,
—a marriage which was based on and when the first reachedjthe pay
reasons of state and policy rather ing-teller’s window he answered to
than any mutual affection—the un the name of Wilkes. This did not
fortunate Emperor Francis Joseph occasion much surprise to those
has been obliged to spend his time who stood near, but when the
in patching up the frequent quarrels second man answered to the name
between the young couple. Crown of Booth there was a great deal of
Princess Stephanie is a vaporous anxious staring at the two men.
blonde of an exceedingly uncertain But the climax was reached when
temper and of a sulky, obstinate the third man stepped to the win
disposition. Her husband was easy dow and in answer to the clerk said
going and of a flighty disposition. his name was Lincoln. As the
There was no personal sympathy three veterans walked out of the
between the two- and Rudolph soon office, they were the cynosure of
returned to his old haunts and to every eye in the room.
his former mode of life.
The Harney Valley Items, pub-
At length his infidelities became
so flagrant that his wife announced lisned at Burns, gives some inter
her intention of leaving the country esting facts about the new county
and returning to her parents. Every that is proposed to be made of the
effort was, however, used by the southern Half of Grant. The new
imperial family to dissuade her county would have three thousand
from her intention, and at length votes in two years, and has already
she gave way to the entreaties of a population of four thousand, and
the emperor, the empress and of property to the value of 11,600,000,
her eldest sister, the Princess Philip and a vast country scarsely settled.
of Saxe-Coburg, and consented to The precinct of Burns alone pays
remain in Austria and avoid the $18,000 tax. Harney valley is Bev-
public scandal which her departure enty-five miles long and fifty miles
would produce. As her feelings, wide, all level rich land, large
however, had been too deeply out enough in itself for three counties.
raged to enable her to support the The valley itself is nearly as large
crown prince’s presence, she left Vi as the Willamette valley. There
enna for ti three months’ stay on arc about 600 voters, bona fide set
the shores of the Adriatic, where tlers, there and in the adjacent,
she was visited by every mem neighborhoods, and over .500 have
ber of the imperial family except petitioned for division. There are
ing her husband. The emperor in two newspapers published in the
particular showed himself most proposed new county, and both fa
kind to his daughter-in-law and bit vor division. As has been stated
terly blamed his son’s behaviour. the opposition to the new county
Time, however, heals many wrongs, comes from a lot of California cattle
and in June Archduchess Stephanie men and those whom they control
had so far relented that she con —once rid of their malign influence,
sented to lend an ear to the argu the county there will prosper, and
ments put forward in support of the trade and commerce will be
the political urgency of providing a transferred measurably to Portland.
male heir to the Austro-IIungarian
Facts About Immigration.
throne. In deference to these wish
One-fifth of the immigration to
es, openly expressed by the imperial
family, the government and the this port last year was from two
people, she agreed to make a four countries which have only recently
weeks’ stay at Frazensbad, the begun to contribute to our popula
waters of which are peculiarly effi tion—Italy and Russia. The re
cacious in assisting towards the in port from Castle Garden shows that
crease of the population. On the out of 383,030 immigrants for the
crown prince’s return from the ju year 43,637 were Italians and 32,-
bilee festivities at London (where, 937 were Russians. The immigra
by the way, he was treated with the tion from these two countries was as
greatest coldness by his wife’s high as that from Germany, and
father and mother, the king and the immigration from Italy alone
queen of the Belgians) a reconcilia was just about equal to that from
tion was effected, and the archduch Ireland. We are informed that
ess consented to overlook the past nearly the whole body of immi
and to resume relations with her grants classified as “Russians” be
husband. It should lx? added that longed to the Hebrew race, and that
her visit to Frazensbad has l>een they find life here so much more
unattended with any of the results desirable than they found it under
the czar of Russia that they arc en
which had been hoped for.
couraging their brethern whom they
The Hillsboro Independent speaks left liehind them to follow their ex
to the point when it says that the ample in coming to America. There
newspapers of this state are justly arc several interesting features in
indignant at the provisions of a bill the Castle Garden report for the
introduced in the legislature, which last year.
seeks to place all steam engines, no
Feeding for Rich Milk.
matter what capacity or where oper
ated, under tne control of an in It seems to lie the itnpresion
spector, whose duty it shall he to among the savants that feeding
subject all persons operating steam will not enrich a cow’s milk. The
engines to ati expert examination. better feeding will make an increase
Such a law would compel every of milk, but not differing in charac
man who employs steam power to ter. That rich quality of a cow’s
secure the services of a skilled en milk is born with her, and she has
gineer. In support of the bill, it is no power to change the relations of
urged that the measure is in the fats, sugar and cheese in her milk,
interest of property owners and the is 'not disproven, if I read right.
further protection of life. It may To this Mr. C. P. Goodrich, of Wis
seem a sweeping statement, but consin, dissents. He was feeding
ninety-nine out of every hundred on grass and grain, and grass being
steam engines exploding and caus good he stopped feeding bran.
ing loss of life and property have There was no shrinkage of milk,
been under the personal supervision but on the 400 ¡x>unds oi milk the
of “expert” engineers. These en daily loss of butter was soon three
gineers take too great risks, trusting pounds. On resuming the bran the
more to their knowledge of the ap butter yield went back to its former
plication of steam than to the rea amount—22 pounds of milk for a
sonable capacity of steam boilers. pound of butter—and so Mr. G. ar
One may be able to successfully gues that he fed richness into the
ojierate an engine, being careful milk without increasing the weight.
never to run on low water and not —Er.
allowing too much steam to gener
Payments for Pensions.
ate, who could not pass an expert
examination. On the other hand,
The sum of $79,173,000 was ap
it is a well-known fact that skillful propriated at the last session of
engineers will allow water to run congress for pensions for the fiscal
low in order to hasten tne genera year ending June 30, 1889. Con
tion of steam and save labor in the gress is notified now that $8,000,000
application of fuel. But the true more will be needed to meet increas
motive of the bill is too apparent to ing demands under the laws. Other
need extended elaboration. The wise payments must be defaulted.
bill is in the interest of restriction Provision for this will help solve the
of labor in this direction, which surplus question and tend further
would place every man employing to modify the impression that re
steam in the state at the mercy of publics are ungrateful. The pen
an engineers’ combination. The sions now cost more than the inter
bill should meet certain and abso est on the national debt, the army,
navy and the new fleet of ironclads
is being built.— Chicago Herald.
The world-wide reputation of Ayei’s
Sarsaparilla is the natural result ot its
surpassing value as a blood medicine.
Nothing, in the whole phatir.acopo-ia, ef
fects mor) astonishing results, in scrof
ula, rheumatism, general debility, and
all forms of blood disease, than this rem
Wiialit’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa
parilla can be reiied upon for all blood
diseases, skin affections etc. Sold by
Rogers A Todd.
For Sale.—A fine milk cow and calf,
enquire at this office.