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THE IRDIAKArOLIS DAILY SEKTIKEI
PROCEEDINGS U S65GRESS.
Tte Texas Tacinc Hill Liid Aside anS
tie ÜI11 to Prevent the Importation
of Contract Labor Taken Up.
Tho Hcubo, in Commltteo of tho
Whole, Strikes Out the Sub3ldy
Paragraph of tho Poat
Wasiiisgtox, Feb. 13 -Mr. Dawes, fron:
tte Committee on Appropriations, reported
the Indian Appropriation bill, with amend
Mr. Ingalla said be bad observed in certain
quarters the statement that Republicans in
the Senate were trying so to direct legislation
as to compel an extra session. He asked Mr.
Allison, Chairman of the Appropriation
Commute, as to the condition of the appro
Mr. Allison said the Military Academy
bill was the only bill that bad baen Bigned
bp the President; the District of Columbia
bill, the Pension bill and the Consular and
Diplomatic bill were now in th.9 Conference
Committee; the Army bill passed the Senate
yesterday; the Indian bill had just been re
ported by the Senate Committer, and would,
ne boped, be considered by the Senate to
morrow. That left ith the Senate Commit
tee only the Agricultural bill, which will be
ready for consideration Mondsy. Other ap
propriation bills had not yet come to tne
Senate from Ihe House. Tae Senate Com
uiittee wai. and would continue to be, well
in band. If the Hou38 would tato care ol
the bills there would be no difficulty in the
Mr. Beck paid he had had many y rars' ex
perience in Appropriation Corannttees iu
both Ileuses, and he thought the wek on
appropriation bills in the House was batter
up than usual for a short session.
Mr. Ingalls was glad to have the assurance
that the Appropriation bills were likely to
set through, and denied tbat the Republican
Senators desired an extra session. If thera
was to be an extra session, the responsibility
for it would depend upon party friends of
the bead of tbe next administration.
Mr. Hoar, from tbe Comraittflo on Electoral
Count bill, reported that the House ami Sen
ate conferees were unable to area.
Mr. Blair asked unanimous consent to tike
up the Anti-Forefgn Contract Labor bill.
Mr. VanWjck declined to yield. Mr.
Van Wyck has charge oftha Texas Faciftc
Forfeiture bill. He eaid as soon as this bill
loomed up before the Ssnate terror seized
upon Senators in some directions.
Mr. Blair moyed that the Sanate proceed
to consider the labor bill.
Mr. Van Wyck asked the Chair If this
would not displace the Texai Pacific Forfeit
bill and relegate it to the calendar. The
Chair eaid it would, and Mr. Van Wyck'ur'd:
Then I want that distinctly known. Mr.
Van Wyck then c tiled for the yea3 and nays
on Mr. Blair's motion and it was agreed to
by yeas 30, nayB 10.
The labor bill was therefore taken np and
its consideration proceeded with.
The labor bill is the House bill entitled
"An act to prohibit the importation and
migration of foreigners and others under
contract or ateement to perform labor in
the United States, Its Territories and the Dis
trict of Columbia."
Considerable debate arose on the bill.
Mr. Hawley thought that parts of the bill
were in contravention of natural right.
Mr. McPhersoa thought it would prevent
people from coming here, eyen as colonists.
Mr. Blair said the wages of the workins
classes should be protected from the effects
of imported pangs of laborers. In the course
of his remarks, Mr. Blair alluded to the
recent disturbances in the Hocking Valley,
which were attributed to the class of people
that this bill woald exclude. These dis
turbances hai already resulted in tne los3 of
Mr. Ingalla ?a!d he sympathized with
Hawley in his regard for natural rights, bat
we were cenfronted with a portentioas ex
igency ; we should soon be called on to de
cide whether every man, woman and child
on the face of the earth no matter
in what cosdition of physical
or intellectual development or moral stand
ing, has a natural right to come to the
United Steles and do an act as he pleased to
the detriment cf those already here. There
were at this present moment, I nglls said,
500,000 weeewcrkers In this country who
were Idle, but were willing to labor, with
their dependent women and children, that
would make 3,000,000 of psopla who, ami!
the extraordinary rigors of an tmnsuilly in
clement winter were sufTeric for the neces
saries of lifo. They needed shelter; they
needed the clothing that might be manufac
tured from the surplus rodac:ions cf oar
factories now Etc red in warehouses and
waiting for purchasers. Taey were
in need of the crn that wis
to day being used for fuel on the plains of
Nebraska, and the wheat that was being fed
to tbe hogs in the valleys of Kansas. Tne
que siion was, had we tha right to protect
our own citizens against dangers and deter
ment and competition, whether forced upon
us by the ambition cf those deserving to im
prove their condition, or by the cupidity of
those great employers wno were indifferent
as to the means they employed to swell
their: already egregious gains. The na
tions of this earth, under this doctrine of
"natural right?," had been dumping their
tanpers and criminals, and dangerous and
uneasy classes upon us, until we, la
Ingalli opinion, and in view of recant
events in New York. Cincinnati tnd Chi
cago, the time hai come to consider
whether we might not be called
upon to modify, in som3 degree,
our views as to significance of the Declara
tion of American Independence and the
universal rights of man. It was becoming a
very serious question, Mr. Ingalls added,
how we should eecure what we had. If we
did not take care of the danger that had
threatened us. despotism would with rath
Uss ra-9 assail the institutions o! republican
freedom. Another financial crash might
witness dangerous assaults upoo oar in
stitutions. As to the bill nuder discussion,
while Ingalle thought some of its prevision
rot altogether unexceptionable, it was a
measure in the right direction.
It would protect our laborers from an in
famous free trade in labor that was worse
than African slavery, berause it involved
ignoble and degrading competition ignoble
and degrading alike to those who make con
tracts and to those who accept them.
Mr. Sherman had voted against the Chi
rese bill, and would have opposed this bill
If it were discrimination on account of race.
After further debate, the Senate without
WAsntifGToy, Feb. 13. The House met at
10 o'clock in continuation of Thursday's Bes
tien. On motion cf Mr. Payson tha Sanate
amendments were concurred la to tha
House bill to prevent unlawful occupation
of public lands.
Mr. Willis moved that when the Hou3e
went Into Committee of the Whole oi the
River and Harbor bill all debate on the
per. ding action closed in an hour ar.d a balf.
Mr. Peed raited the point that this motion
waa cot in order, as it was not competent
for thff Hoc? to close debate on paragraphs
of a bill cot yet read In committee.
The Sceaker pro ten (Blackbu'n) ali
this point would bs well taken if directe 1
against the general appropriaiion bill aud
revenue bills, ond the Chair, therefore,
overruled tbe point of order.
Peed appealed from the decion, an I
after a two hours' debate, the appeal wa
laid on the table. The House thtn adjourned
and Friday's session began.
After debate, the Cnair, in rendering his
decision, said that if it were proper to look
upon section :;,076 of the Revised Statutes
as the existing law, there could be no di!S
cnltv in ruling upon the peint of order, but
the Chair was of the opinion that, ai th
reeding legislation did not take eilect until
tne 1st of January next, all questions as to
what was the existing law must
be dttermired with reference to that rime.
Section '23 of tbe Dinglev bill repealed sec
tion 0 t70, to take elTect on the 1st of Aoril
next and the Ch air woold hold tbat the
Dingley bill was the existing law. Tin re
maining statutes relating to ths subject
were sections 4.007, 4 00S, 4 00!) and 4,01 1.
Tbe first of these sections was giving un
limited power to tho Postmaster General to
make contracts for carrying mails, and sec
tion 4,C0; was a limitation on that
power by providing that the compensation
should not exceed sea and inland postage.
Section 4,011 contained the provision thit
tbe Government could at any tims deter
mine these contracts. The Chair did not
think this section was modified by the pend
ing bil'. All tbe contracts made under it
would be subject to Section 4 011 Tne
orly existing law which the bill
changed was Section 4,00.. and in
this change there wa a retrenchment of
f xpecditures, Ina3mnch as it will further
limit the power cl the Postmaster Generil,
and provided he should not excee I f ir ocean
mall transportation the sum of $.00,000.
Tbe Chair, therefore, overruled the point of
order. He, however, ruled out that portion
of the paragraph which provides
tbat vessels engaged in this ser
vice shall be of American roister, and shsll
in time of war be liable to charter or pur
chase by the United States at reasonable
Mr. Hcln:aa appealed from the decision of
tbe Chair, but the commutes, by a vote of
IZ0 to ö, sustained the.rulicg. Mr. Hoiman
then moved to strike out the paragraph and
to insert an amendment appropriating
123.000 for transportation of foreign mails
The question was discussed with great
warmth cn both Eides, many menibera par
ticipating iu the debate.
Mr. Holiiian modified hi3 motion so ai to
move merely to strike out the provision
without the insertion of the clans3 thit re
enacted sections 3,t7G and 1,203 of the re
The motion was objected to by 103 to 07,
amid appease ou the Democratic side.
After some other amendm3nts had been
proposed and further debate, the commltteo
rose and reported the bill to the House, and
tbe previous question having been ordered
on th9 bill, the House took a recast until 8
for an evening session for the coasidjratioa
cf the Pension bill.
The House at the evening eesslon pa eed a
number of private bills, and took a recess
Indorsing the SentInel-"Tlie Whole Sys
tem of Managing the Public Plonte is
Your position in relation to th8 investi
gation of the Treasury is heartily indorsed.
It is a "question" having one side that is,
no question at all; but a business principle
cot admitting of argument. A portion of
the people, on the statements made by the
Governor, call in question the Treasurer's
methods of keeping the public funds. The
people's representatives order an investiga
tion, and the investigation leaves the mat
ter unsettled in some respectj. The Demo
crats are in the majority, and refuse to either
investigate or permit it to be done, until all
information obtainable has been reached.
That is simply suicidal. It avails nothing
to say that the opposition would cavil any
way; the fact remains that the investigation
has not been full. It may satisfy some, bat
it has not been thorough. A majority
may feel that the fundi are
safe, or that the Treasurer will
nccure them when called for, and the
Treasury will not be a lo.'sr. That is no
answer mp.de to the charge of the Governor
and believed by one-half and more of the
people, viz: That the mouey paid in for
taxes is not actually on hand ia the Treas
ury, wherever the treasury may be keot in
one place cr more, it avails nothing to 8iy
that the Governor neglected his duty in not
making an examination having thepover
and it being a duty. It avails nothing u
say that it is the duty of Governor Gray, aa l
Lave iim perform it. The charga has gone
out that the money is cot on hand. The
investigation mala shows that it is not on
hand, but that it is secured and the Treas
urer can command money to meet warrants
drawn cn the State's moneys when called on.
None of it meets the demands made upon
the people's representatives, and they have
and are evading that demand. It is doubly
the dnty of the Democratic majority to S2Q
that that demand is fully complied With.
The Treasurer take3 an oath and gives a
bond conditioned that he will discharge ths
duties of Treasurer according tola?v;no:
that he will do so as other Treasurers hays
done. If he should say to the nominating
convention, when a candidate, "I will not
undertake to discharge my duties as re
quired by law, but I will do as other Treas
urers have done," he woald not ba nomi
nated. If he should bs he would not be
elected. When called on to exhibit the
moneys paid over to him and in his haads
in contemplation ol law, it is no showing to
exhibit evidences of debt due to him.
County orders, certificates of dapoi't in
backs, checks and drafts on banks are only
evidences of debt. They are not money. If
the Legislature provides no satlicieat vaults
to keep the State's money in, and the Treas
urer sees proper to hire a place in the vaults
cf banks and other depcsltcries that are as
aafe as can ba found in which to put th
state's money, it may bs as well as he can
do: but when he deposits it with the bank it
is only a loan to the bank, on call; and the
tank's check, draft or certlucate, when
stown in place of money, is no answer to a
demand by an investigating committee to
exhibit tho money. Knowing he was to bs
called cn. be should have converted his evi
dence of debt into money, and wheu the
committee called on him he should and
would have been enabled to show the State's
mosey cn hand.
While it may be understood that the Treas
urer seeks the clhce, not f or the ta.ary and
honor, but because he can nss the State's
money to make larger gains for himself, it
is co ans wer to an oilicial inquiry that
be has safely Invested the moneys.
Tae law neither contemplates or psr
mils any such investment no mattsr how
Sife it may be; on the contrary, it poitlW
fo 'bid a it. Aslongaslt is done, no qm t ons
a-ked, and the money forthcoming wun
demanded, no pecuniary loss falls on th
Treasury; but the pubiic moral3 are or
iupted, tho law is violated, aud wuen it is
questioned the partv tbat reports to evasion
gceM to be, and will be. refusal ths confi
dence of the people.
Tbe whole system of managing the pnbic
moneys is wrong. No suitable place is pro
vided for safely keeping the public money.
Tbe Treasurer, with a responsibility for mil
lion, receives a palary equal onlr to the
services of a gocd bookkeeter; and that of
his assistant cue equal to that of a dry good3
raleercanora district ineurance seem. A
safe depository ehould be provided; toe of
ficers should be paid enough to command
the services of competent and reliable men,
acd they bculd be held tn sulhcient bonds
and penalties to secure tho performancs of
duty a required by law; aud fr ?quent super
vision by competent authority should en
iure it. The system of 6'ate bookkeeping
is all wrong. Tte State should be credited
ith moneys received and debited with her
appropriations It would b easy then tu
show if there is a surplus or deficiency.
Now she is charced only with the mnsys
received and paid out, and the Auditor's
acd Treasurer's reports may s-how a surplus
here there Is a deficiency. Take the money
on hand May CO, after the April settlements,
and deduct the appropriations t rua the
Government to the 30th of November, and
see where the surplus will be Take the ap
propriations for the year and the provisions
made for revenue and find a surplus. Tee
matter is conducted generally as if the Gov
ernment ended on May 30, aud the revenues
fjoia May to November are anticipated aud
diepoted of in advance. This they call "a
ctsual deficit." and propo3s to borrow, in
direct violation cf the Constitution.
They can only tonow in case of
a casual deficit," or to pay interest
cn the public debt. They can not turpo&e'.v
make a deficit and theu call it "c&sual." If
war, epidemics failure of crop3. or any othr
calamity prevents collection of taxes, there
may be a -casual deficit'' acd they rnav bor
row. Put a false system of bookkeeping,
under which false surplus is riiide to appear
ard is appropriated ar.d spent in anticipa
tion of collection cf taxes; or, il levies to
meet appropriations are i.ot made and appropriations-
In excess of provision to meet
them me rxr.rde. it is not a "casual deficit;"
it is cliicial perjury on the part of those re
sponsible for it. That is the true name for
it. The Democrats have tho power. They
should remedy these wrongs. There should
be no concealments or evasions, or trusting
to anybody's honesty. They should properly
provide, clearly direct, and insure ohedience
to the law.
"A public Oihc? is a public trnt," is the
motto of true Democrats. The lasv specifies
tbe conditions and duties to be performed
by the ctlicial 3 trustee. Nothing short of
performance can be accepted by a Damo
cratic Legislature, in the discharge of Us du
ties, it being a trustee.
While I have every confidence in Treasur
er Cooper, and believe he will meet every
demand niado on him f or ruoaey due from
the State, it is no reason at all why I should
noi require of him a strict performance of
tha dnttcs cf his office as required by law,
and refuse to accept a performance in some
other way, that may draw the State's mouey
from his hand?, but in the meantime permits
him to use It for his own personal gam. It
is no reason why the Legislature should ra
fese to make him show the money actually
on hand when called on by its committee, or
report him in default, and at once provide
for ihe State's safety as may be redded if not
on hand. " Froiart.
Plymouth, Feb. 3, 1SS5.
Mr. Horace K Hopkins, oi the News and
National Democrat, Jeffersonviile, Ind.,
writes that he Buffered excruciating pain in
tbe region of the heart aud in his back. One
application of St. Jacobs Oil, tha magical
fain-reliever, cured him.
The Week' Fallnres.
New Yor.K, Feb. 13. Failures throughout
the country in the last seven days, bs re
ported to R. G. Dun A: Co., number, in the
United Elates, 23C; in Canada, 31; total,
270, as compared with a total of 316 last
week and 351 the Drevious week. This large
decrease is probably more apparent than
real, as railioad and telec;raphle conmanl
cation in the West and Northwest ia s in
terrupted Ih&t doubtless many failures in
rimcte localities have not been reported.
The butcher does have eome funny ex
pressions; he told his assistant the other
day to break the bones in Mr. Williams'
cheps. and put Mr. Smith's r bs in the bittet
for him, and tell Mrs. Clack to take Dr.
Bail's Couh Syrup for her cold.
A rrlstmul rail.
WiLKK.rAi:RB, Pa., Feb. 13. The rope at
t:ched to a timber truck at No. S Slope, Le
h'jili and Wilkesbarre Cc&l Company, at
Ashley, broke this morning as it was being
lowered ilo tLe slope. The treck ran to ths
bottom, a distance o! 1 3:X feet, with feirfal
ve't'city, Uron it were five mina cirpsn-
ttrs, who wer- thro vn ofi when half wsy
down. One of them. John Williams, wa
instantly killed. The other four were seri
oujly injured. The recovery of two of
the ia is doubtful.
Uaifiria a Fects all the organs of the hu
man ejEtera. The general expression one
hears is: 'T am all broken up." Mend voir
trouble with Victoria Pills, the great
Walking tha Floor,
All patrons ol the great retail shops in the Iar:e
tltits have noticed those quiet yet imperative
t-entlcxnen who are never been tetitnd the coun
ters, who e-eli no goodi, who tay little, but amcar
to tie and hear every thin? that Is goinsr on. They
are the t'.oor-walkers. They are constantly cnthe
watch for negligent clerks, dishonest customers,
ircfcEsional tnieves; and they also direct people
to tte particular department of wnica they are
in search. This position of lloor-waiter calls for
men who are patient, alert, cool-headed, courto
oti, and good juaces of bnmaa nature as ex
vrc sei in drc and ntnnir.
Mr. F. Kdward Cramer, I t53 Wabash avenue, is
tioor walkcr in a leading bonie in the Western
Metropolis, and in a recent talk he tald to the
"Ye?, ny position lavelves no snail decree of
care and retpcnsltillty. To etand it a 'fellow
ouzht to have pood less and good lung?. Until
lately I had trouble with ny lungs for nearlv
three years. V. hecevcr I cauebt a fresh coil "I
utcred srreat piin. I tras afraid it would break
ize all tip before lon. Several p hysIcUci whoa
1 consulted said they coul i Uo nothing more than
it Hevece temporarily."
"Tbat was rather a tad look out for a nan who
had his bread and-buttcr to eirn. But yon seem
Utter now. What under the 6tin did yoa do?"
"I took tbe advice of a Utiy friend, and some
months acobecsu the use of Iierisoa'a t'apctue
Piasters. 1 didn't take much Ftock ia thea at
frst. because 1 had tried other plasters, which
didn't amount to anything. Cut. filth or no
tuth, Ecnson's plasters pave ine quick relief, and
1 have no hesitation In ayin that I owe to them
my pre en; abi'ity to wort."
'Still," aid I. there can not be any material
Clf ertnee between 6uch simple things as plasters."
"Ye, there i.," replied Mr. Cnner, -a? much
difference as there is betwien cotton and silk.
Benson's act more quickly thaa others: they
foothe Irriution, and heal allioreness where tcy
are applied, and leera to pent träte to tie hiddea
eat of the trouble. In ahort, all that I can sav la
their praUe will not eip rasi the real vIu of Ben
sou's plas'.crj to thjss who juHjr,"
THI8 13 THE GENUINE I
SOU) Or LT I BOTTUM WITH ZZTT WBAPPtXS. IU
ihat rraie ovxa cokk is C5bsoxX.
Our trade-mark around every bottle. In slckneaa
Etch Drop ii fTcrtb Its misiii in Gsld
I Erica 50 Cents. i I1;
jEEPttTTTl t trV Hfl J ;1
It rabdne andiheam ail kinds o! iuSamraatlon,
CATAKRH. COLDS, DIARRHEA. RHÜÜMAT-
ISM, NEURALGIA, has cured more cases Lhn
anything ever prescribed. DIPHTHERIA, SOUS
THROAT; ne it promptly, delay is dangerous.
FILKH, BLIND, BLEKDING ITCHING.
ÜLCXR3, OLD OR NEW WOPNDi, BP.UISKd,
BURSS. TOOTHACHE, EARACHE, SOKE EYE3,
BCALDS, SPRAINS: the greatest known remedy.
Controls HEMORRHAGES, FEMALE COM
PLA1MS. BLEEDIKO Kcp3, Mouth, Stomach,
Lungi, or from anv cause, Ftonced m by a cham.
It is called the WONDER OF HaAMNG. LWkd ex-
TERN A 1.1. Y AND INTERNALLY, We ria7P RT)
lanrhe of testimonial, fvmd for cur book lllalled
FreeJ. It will te:i you all abaut It
IT IS TNAFf TO TE ANY -rRKPAK iTTON EXCEPT
the GENUINE with oca ;d:ssction3. Prices BOc,
tl, f L75.
FOLD'S EXTiiACT CO.. 76 5th Ave. Xe. iort
i 1 1
'ite OJLY CORSET made that can be retur:iv 1 t.j
Its iurch'" nfXT tSr,- -.- ver. if not fotia?
In ä variety of ntU-a und pne-. Sold by f.rst ! ..:
dealer everywhere. IVwareef wfrt:uei imi'a'iu;'
honn B-pnuin unl9 It HaITb Dhti.o oa tha t.ii.
CHICAGO COK< CO., Chiccsc. i'..'.
bottles cf ArairnOROS curc4 Jlra. M. Fitz-
fatrlclc, 25 liakrSL. Fort Wayne, Ini., oi
:noumatism with which sh9 hai been surrerln':
for two ycari
From EAST an(i WEST cnnlfl,
teot!monial3 a3 to the vronicrtul curoa cl
RHEUMATISM and NEURÜLG!
porformcd cftontinps vhor? th? partl VaS.
lonctH--on Mirrt-rin from thtf pünf'il dij:iv.'3
a iid füki3 to nnd relief until tht-y tr.t'J
IV rf. "tlr l..Trr.l'-A. tht? rr."'i:"In? it'u
v. 'iviaj r-roh:pt ri'li.-! ;ro.
Fr.-lr V.t. of May iKh. li. Mrs. Jco. D.
I v;.n'u-?;! f .ir thr1 r'r.'J; with r.1..
r.v: L:i w t.1'.;"-! tw.. a:"l o:i.:i.lf 1.
of A till u'l-.'rvs it. I c:n aim t--1I in cue
V' . k. T'M.iv I cf'.zi bir.1 from ;.
ii!faS u: hO mi - I thh.k A1.!'V, h.T'-
i- t':" i'. t vf-:i.U xti;l iij.i.-iu eo" f ':. 1
f ir rj'c-r.'. itMr-i." (Ar.. M.-Vr rr:: -U
1..AV fhiir ly well, ant bus p ! t -ij
bottles vl Athioj li :ros to Lcr liCit LoCrs i.
If ycr.i rnnnot :" Atki r:?nor:rt of v.'.ir :jr
jr:. we will l it express j ai.i, on" r clIj : cf
rv.ilar pri-.-c on? dollar pr 1-.ttle. W'v n for
that yo'i .-:y it fiom yur dn'.'i't, but i be
hrt-n't it, t h'-. to p'"rluH'!r.l t-i try something
die. hit orJor at once from us, as tiir-.t.-a.
112 WALL ST. NEW YORK
7!. is r.r,:,ry o
:hf So Injurious Dr."-'-.
TJc&ls 'he Sores,
ljpr& Rost'oreB tho
t-v,fir3uJBenfes cf Taste,
VfV Cm. Smell. Hearing.
CREAM Ii ALM has gained aa enviable
reruution wbereTer kaown, Cigpiacia; all other
preparation". It Is a rrcany substance. A par
ticle Is tppliei into each nostril.'causin? no pin,
e nd is aereeable to vise. Trice 50 centJ by mail or
at Druszist. r end for circular.
FLY BEOTHEItj, DniggisH. Owego. N. V.
A CAKD. To all who are sufTerin? fron er
rors and Indiscretions of youth, nerrons weak
ne. eilj decay, Iom of taanbood, etc, I will
Knd a receipt that will cure jou, FREE OF
CHARGE. Tnis great eaely wn dlorered by
a misplonBry In South Aner'ca. 8nd Blf-d-2rebed
envelope to Ik7. JOiEPH T. ISZXS, Stv
t-JfoQS, Head. Allays
Vandrrbüt's Money Coaldn't Bay It.
The Acworlli Nerg and Firmer of thfs weci
sstp: IUs. Khzabeth Baker, rvsidine withia tnrte
mile of Acworth. remarked that Vaqderbill's
lortune could not tuy irora fcer what fix botiles
Of 6 wiit'g Specific hf.s done for her. Iler state
ment is as follow s: For thirtr-one year. I have
t.uflered almost death from tnat horrible d.soa-srs
K-roiuIa. FcrycarsI wa.s unable to do acytciti
in keeping up my domestic etlitirs. Las: October
I was induced to try swiff Specific, and ued two
bottle, and was fo rauch fcerteSted by it that I
purcr.fl&c-d four core from Mesnrs. NorthcatA
Johnson, which hsa alraott entirely re.levedme.
I feel like a Etw r erson, and can do all ay own
housework, rcfote I toot tne ti. S my life wa
a burden, hs ny entire person waa covered with
tort, and 111 this m:se abte condition I did not
(are to live. I l ad tried every known remedy, and
ray cj-80 wfis peLerally rccarded 65 incurable. I
tad bten trented by the test physicians to ro
a-aii. I rnoft heartily recemmana öwiit's Specific
if the atilcted.
iifsr. Iorthcut fc Johnfon, rcerchinla at Ae
wort) ay: We know Mrs. Kiizabeth Uiker per
sonally; we ere fainlhar wlta hc-r cass. she it
highly esteemed ia this cumnuulty.
Klienmtttiftui Twenty Year.
I have been a RUfferer from rheumatism for
twfmy 3er?, at times with almost intolerable
pein. I bad the bet medical treatrren, and took
all sorte of remedies, but without relief. Dem
ieductd almost to a sick ton. and net bcln? able
to wnik eeu with crutches. I was induced to try
irvift s yptcific. and it acted like a charm, and I
am laCty entirely relieved. Have tbrovrn avray
my crutches, and am in exceütut helih. 1 be
llt ve Swift's specific will cure the worst caaea of
MKS. EZRA ME RS II ON, Macon, (,a., Au. 4, "Si.
Coin in union tiou.
Wi.ti mfka, Ala,, Fept. 28, 1.1. About six yeara
ego 1 beeane aületed with a very ilisnreetbie eiin
dieae, with lan;e, dry sores and mauv crusled
pimp'es on my faco, liaDds and shoulder.! he tore
on 1,-iy shoulder cat out a bole neany an inch
utep, e.nd the cancerous aprearance of one of the
n)Tf near my eye alarmed me very much 1 tried
allkiiidscf treatment, but fo ind cothins; that
seemed to aRfct te disease. I tidily deci-Ied to
tryt.s. s on f dvlce of a phvpic.an. aud iu a short
tiu;e the tcnb drorptd Irom tt.e sores :tnd left my
siin Su.(Hith and well, I cous-ider S. S. 8. tle
greatest blood meditiiie macie, and the only thim?
ihnt win eure U;e dieas with whic'j I wm
aiüctf d I think my tiouble was Ine rcrilt of a
terrible attack of roaiarial fever, contracted while
fanning in the lailapooaa Kivtr swamp. lean be
found at my
in the coart-hou3e at We-
tn Thrift- You can refer to me
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