Newspaper Page Text
Mhwestern Publishing Company.
COMO BLOCK, 325 Dearborn St.
Rooms 13, 14 and 15.
C. F. ADAMS, Manager.
SAINT PAUL OFFICE,
ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK.
COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR.
J. Q. ADAMS, Editor.
224 HENNEPIN AVENUE.
Z. W. 10TCHELL, Manager.
812 W. Jefferson Street, Boom 3,
H. C. WEEDEN. Manager.
8teg le copy, per y|ar. $2.00
S ix months
Three month s. a
Subscriptions to Be paid in advance. When sub
In advance or by means
we ru without prepayment,any the terms
will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for
*cu odd week
Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must
come In season to be news.
Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment
strictly in advarce.
Advertising rates, nfty cents per square of eight
lines solid agate each insertion.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the viaws
if our correspondents.
Beading notices 15 cents per line.
Special rates for advertisements for a Inert* time
than a month
A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes
that your subscription har expired. Ton will confer
a favoT byT'enewlng the same.
Communications to receive attention must be
way, upon important subjects, platnlywil'.tenonly
stpon one side of the pfoer, must reacb us not later
than Wednesdays, and bear the signature of the
author No manuscript returned
Special tprms to agents who desire to place the
per on sale.
ENTERED ATPQSTOFFJCE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER
SATUKDAY, MARCH, 30~ 1 889"!
Theie is nothing the matter with Win-
dom after all
Ilanison is president, while Blaine is
one of the ablest men produced by the
Wanamaker, with characteristic traits,
has begun to put things in first class
shape in the Post Office Department.
Look out for model postal service soon.
W aie not inclined to be impatient-
W insist upon believing that soon the
3 Pmchback, Cuney, ^Bruce,
Douglass, Lvnch, Hailan, Napier and
others of our leadeis will be sent to the
Senate, designated by the President to
fill impoitant positions.
I the death of Stanley Matthews, the
Supreme Court loses one of its most
bnlhant and brainy members. Justice
Matthews, was appointed to the bench
as Associate Justice, by Gaifield, in 1881,
and, since that time, has made a record
not only of signal ability but of striking
The nomination of Fr ed Grant for
Minister to Austria-Hungary has been
confirmed by the Senate. While we
have never considered Fred much of a
model still we remember that S.
Giant both as a soldier and Pieeident
was in e\ery sense of the word a friend
indeed and in neeil to the. Colored man.
Hen^e oui joy at tie splendid recogni-
tion of the ounge? Grant.
"The liberal polity of pension legisla-
tion followed by tl|e Republican party
should be resumed, and the scope of the
laws extended to include every indigent
veteran soldier."RJjode Island Repub-
lican platform. Tliis is refreshing and
just, certainly e\en striking when we
recall Grovei's perennial stream of ve-
toes. Some say the dogs have had their
day, and that the man who carried the
musket andother dece nt people, will
now ha ve theirs.
The \ery latest reliable news, from
Petersburg, shows ffhat Venable is un-
able to answer the specific charges of
fraud made by Mr. Langston in his con-
gressional contest. However, this is
just hat every man of common sense
expected. There are two othei things
that we ha\ea right to look for, also:
Firstly, that our National House of Rep-
resentatives will \ote to seat Mr. Langs-
ton early next winter and, that the
Four th Virginia distiict will ha ve a con-
spicuous and able member in the Fifty-
W have always felt, since the an-
nouncement of the new Cabinet, that
the appointment of W Miller.as
Attorney Geneial, by Harrison, had
special significance. This position is
one above all others in which the Col-
ored man is inteiested, as the delega-
tion to Indianapolis two weeks before
the inauguration forcibly and pertinently
pointed out and the fact that for this
post the President should select a life-
time friend is certainly cheeiing. I
oui opinion it means nothing less than a
square election and fair count in the
Matters and Things Spiritual and
Financial i God's
Chicago Church Circles.
The North Side Baptist* church has
regular service every Sunday at 3 and
8 p. The Willing Workers Sewing Circle of
Bethel is pre poring for a grand fair be
ginning April 21.
Services at St. Luke's church Engle
wood, morning at 10:45 evening at 7:30
Sabbath school at 2:30.
Pullman Mission A E Church
service every Sunday at 3 o'clock. Rev.
J. W Collins, pastor.
Services at Emanuel Congregational
Church Sunday at 11 a. and 7:30
m. Rev. Simon Peter Smith, pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at 11
and evening at 7:30 at St. Thomas Epis
copal Church, Rev. E Thompson,
Mr. George Washington is at work on
a church membership Dmtory which
will doubtless be a good thing. ha 8
distributed circulars explaining his
A E Zion church stewards board
gave a sociable at the church Friday
night. There waB a tine crowd and a
good supper and all present had a pleas
Rev. W Henderson left last Sun
day night for Keokuk, Iowa, to spend
the week assisting Rev. C. W Newton,
in hib protracted meetin g. will re
turn to day.
Quarterly service at Olivet school tom
orrow. Al! the scholars will be receive a
large reward caid containing the Te
Commandments and the Lords Prayer.
W Rollins Superintendent.
The ladies and friends of Grace Pres
byteiian Church will give a parlor en
tertainment for the benefit of the church
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Ellington, 2702 Buttei field street, on
Monday evening April 1st. The friends
and well wishers are cordially and earn
estly invited to attend.
Services of Cbiist Chnrch will take
place in the 25 St Church on next Sab
bath, 31 inst the pastors and Congxegat
ion of all sisterchurches are invited to be
present the pastors of all christian
churches will be present with these
Congregations. Mr. A Howard will be
orderined as an Elder Messers G. W
Muggage, Robt Stalled, Enders and
Pilgrim Baptist Church.
W ascend by one another. W live
by one another's blessings, as we die by
one another's curses. Every day causes
us to say "No man liveth to himself, and
no man dieth to himself." W live and
die not only to God, but to each other
The experience of the past few months
at Pilgrim, has taught the lesson to us
all. How much we are indebted to the
people at large for the prosperity of the
winter we have been able to meet
about all the bills coming due, and have
moved along in a smooth direct course.
Our hearts are filled with praise to God,
and thanks and blessings to our friends,
who ha ve so nobly assisted us
Last week's entertainment was a suc
cess in every way The ladies that
trained the children and managed the
affair are wort hy of double honor. The
Eureka band ve ry kindly gave its ser
vice for the evening. W are greatly
obliged to the band, and hope that we
may be able at some time to return the
The Women's Foriegn Missionary So
ciety of the church elected officers for
the ensuing year.
Sister Fogg is at St. Lukes Hospital
she is not mending very fast. I is
hoped that the friends will not forget
her or her nusband in their need.
Deacons meeting Tuesday evening
April the 2nd Church meeting, Friday
For the present we will have a service
of Song, every Sunday evening from
7 o'clock until a quaiter before 8. Every
body is invited bring your Gospel
hymn book, and we will praise the
There will be special ser\ ice all day
on Easter Sunday, and a grand egg
breaking entei tainment on the 25th of
sure to come to the Sunday morn
ing service. A number of anxious souls
are inquiring the way to Christ. W
earnestly request the prayers of God's
people that we may be abundantly
blessed in our efforts to save souls.
St. James A E Church.
N moie beautiful Spring day ever
greeted a quarterly meeting, than that
beautiful day last Sunday.
It surely was a gratifying sight to be
hold the people hastening to church.
Elegant new dresses, handsome bonnets
beautiful flowers, happy smiling faces and Oak.
street. The congregation in the
was one of his best, it abounded in
graphic, touching pictures of .the be
trayal and crucifixion of Christ and
melted scores to tears.
About 125 persons communed. A
night Rev. Knight preached a ser
mon from the text, What is truth," all
sat in rapt attention during his glowinhg
discourses in answer to the question
a 7^ i
earnestly trust that the
vacancy in the Supreme Court will not
be filled by the transfer of Attorney
and in some portions was truly sublime.
During the whole day the music ren
dered by the choir was tiuly beautiful
I the evening by special request, Mrs
Clay rendered "It is well with my soul
which deep ly moved many hearts
"Rock of Ages," was rendered by the
quartette with exquisite sweetness.
The collections for the day amounted
to about $35.00 which sum was contri
buted witbWany begging. $$&,
by the score gave a charm Fuller harmony of design and color "form'an
was very large and the interest ma ni
fested was deep. I the afternoon i
well filled church cheered the heart of to make them the most comfort-assuring
all. The sermon by Rev. Alon zo Brown vehicles of their class in America.
For Maps, Rates, Time Cards, etc.,
address nearest R. Agent, or write to
S. Boyd, G. & A., Minneapolis.
its entne length was logical and strong maintaining the vigor of tbe syste m, and
in keeping it in tone. Excellent for
those subject to malarial fevers.
she thr ew much feeling into the so ng grandfathers still living. His name
The pastor simply said, Frien ds we
will need such and such a sum, and the
people came forward and gave it.
All are cordially invited to attend the
Mr. Ford has moved from 517 to
519 State st.
Mr. William Beasley has let the
contract for his elegant $5,000 dwelling.
Mr. Thomas Bland of Milwauk ee Wis.
passed through the city enroute for Hot
Mr. Thomas Scroggins has moved bi
barber shop from 108 Harrison to 399
Mr. William Nelson spent last Sunday
in Milwauk ee the guest of Rev. Harper
pastor of St. Marks Church.
Mr. Dempsey Scott of 856 W Madison
st. as made happy last week by the
arrival of a beautiful baby girl.
Mr. Leroy Hays enroute to his home
from Washington spent several days in
our city. leftfor Denver Wednesday
Messrs Randolph, Jas Kington, A
Jones and George Shaw of the Hunting
and Fishing Club went out to Cedar
Lake Thursday for a short outing. The
feathered and funny tribes will suffer.
The funeral of Mr Henry Howard,
who died of consumption on Friday of
last week, aged 38 years, was preached
at his late residence, No. 1734 Clark
street, last Sunday by Rev. T. W Hen
Partis desiring to rent flats should
examine those elegant ones corner of
36th and Butterfield, before they are
taken. Keys at 454 36 street, or apply
R. J. Walsh at Padtridges dry goods
store No. 114 State street.
S. Raymond and Colored Vote.
Can the intelligent Colored voters of
Chicago as true Republicans conscien
tiously and with credit to the race, sup
port Mr. S. Raymond for City Treas
urer? personal knowledge of his
make up justifies me in denouncing him
as antagonistic to our progress and de
claring him inchnd to treat us as infei
iors when he cannot have his own way
At the primaries in the 24 ward last tail
he made himself ridiculous. Because
the Colored voters did not go his way he
went to Chicago Ave. Station procured
a number of policem en and audaciously
instructed them to "Watch them d
niggers," and he went to extremes in
chalenging votes. The 24th ward Col
ored club called a meeting one evening
Itst fall at our club room Mr Raymond
told me emphatically unless we endoi sed
Hertz we we could not mee t, and that*
the pledge we would have to be given
given by the president. Furthermore
he wiote to Colored tity employes that
their bread and butter depended upon
their supporting Hertz. And, truly,
after the election, those who voted, or
spoke against the despised Hertz mys
teriously lost their situations in short
order. North Chicago is represented by
one man in the City Hall and his salary,
like his political influence, la \ery small.
Mr. Raymond cares only for the dear
Colored vote, the Colored man he e
spises. Can any man with one iota of
race pride, after reading these facts,
brief but true statements, support such
a "boss', as he is? Which involves the
most principle, voting against a bad Re
publican or for one who is antagonistic
to our progress. The outrages upon the
race can onlv be lesented by the ballot.
Yours for the proper recognition of
Colored men and the purity of the
ballot. S. S. C. Independent.
Direct From Duluth.
Mr. Henry George, formerly the
he ad waiter at the Hotel St. Louis was
in the city last wee k.
Mrs. J. N Ricbey is slowly recovering
from her long illness, she has been in
poor health 14 weeks.
To have a Colored church in Duluth
is looked upon with much favor.
The first Boat of the season left Du
luth for Port Arthur on Monday 25th
John Simms the representative of
THE APPE AL will leave on a four weeks
vacation for Good Hope, on the
3d of April and will visit relatives and
friends during his stay and return to
Duluth May the 1st.
Change Time. Through Cliair
Cars Kansas City.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway,
"Albert Lea Route," ever ready to meet
the demands of the traveling public,
upon March 17tb 1889, inaugurated a
THROUGH CHAIR CAR seivice be
tween ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and
KANSAS CITY, leaving St. Paul daity,
except Sunday, at 9.10 a. m. Minneap
olis at 9:50 a.
These cars are models of perfection
and in many respects are superior to
those run by any road. The interior is.
finished in selected and exquisitely
polished wood of Mahogany, Cherry
The curtains, carpets, etc., in
ensemble pleasing to the eye an gratify-
ing to a cultivated taste.
N pains or expense have been spared
It is a duty wne ow*e* t ourselves as
to those who are dependent upon us,
to preserve our health and strength.
Au nt Rachael's Bitters are found to be
There is a boy in Lutherville, Ga.
who has six grandmothers and three
Willie White Wilson. Y*
Two Colored men have been seized
with leprosy in Elberton, Ga. One has
turn ed white, whi le the other has
broken out in spote.^
President Harrison, His Cabinet and Other
Distinguished Persons Attend the Simple
bat Impressive Services Over the Re
mains of the I*te Justice Matthews
The Body of the Dead Jurist Taken to
Cincinnati. "WASHINGTON, March 26 Funeral services
over the remains of the late Associate Jus
tice, Stanley Matthews, were held yestei day
afteradon at the family residence. The le
mains lay hi the music room adjoining the
reception room on the south, and the apart
ment was almost filled with flowexa Tha
casket was covered with cloth and was
ornamented with silver rails and handles.
On the cover was a Bilver plate bearing the
STANLEY MATTHEWS i
Born July 21,1834.
Died March 22, 1889.
The face and bust of the deceased were
exposed to view and presented a life
like aspect On the casket were bunches
of hliea-of-the-valley. A laurel wreath
and a large wreath of white loses
tied with purple ribbon were .received
from Justice and Mrs. Field. The piano
was covered with offerings from friends,
the principal one being a massive pillow of
white roses from President and Mrs Harri
son. On tiie face of the pillow in pure im
mortelles was imbedded the sentiment:
"Say not good-night, but in some brighter
cl me bid me good-morning.''
A large wreath of white roses from the
dead Justice's surviving comrades of the
commaudery of the District of Columbia
order of the Legion of Honor was prom
inent on the music-stand.
Thei& were in attendance a large num
ber of prominent persons in all ranks of
official life, besides many family friends.
Among the earliest arrivals were the mem
bers of the Supreme Court, who had
seats in the room where the bier
stood. .In this loom were also the
President and Vice-President, the
members of the Cabinet and the family.
The Presidential party gathered at the
White House at 12 30 and arrived at the
residence at 1 o'clock, the hour fixed for the
beginning of the services The members
of the party came in the following order:
Pres'dont Harrison and Mrs. Blaine, Secre
tary Blaine and Mrs McKee, Postmaster Gen
eral Wanamaker and Mrs Russell Harrison,
Secretaries Windom, Proctor, Rusk and Noble
Attorney-General Miller, Private Secretary
Halford and Russell H. Harrison. Admiral
Porter represented the navy.
Viee-Presideut Morton arrived a few min
utes before the President Among those
who were present were.
Senatois Butler, Hoar, Farwell, Sherman,
Payne, Evarts, Morrill, Hale, Manderson.
Cockrell, Call and Paddock, ex Sen
ators E. McDonald and Con
ger, ex-Speaker Carlisle, Representa
tives McKinley, Springer. Cabot, Lodge,
Butterworth and Cox Inter-State Com
merce Commissioner Schoonmaker, ex
Attorney-General Garland, Judge Davis
of the Couit of Claims, Judges Hagner
and A. C. Bradley of the district courts
Judge Wylie, ex-Secretary Hugh Mc
Culloch, ex-Postmaster-General Horatio King,
Rev. Father P. S. Oooney, of Notre Dame
University, Indiana B. H. Warder. Prof.
Alexander Graham Bell, Mr. Carter, Colonel
John Hay, Admiral Calhoun, President Wei*
ling of the Columbia University, and Rev Mfc
The services, which were conducted by
Eev. T. S Hamlin, of the Church oi the Cov
enant, and Bev. Dr. Leonard,* rector
of the St John's EpiscopaloChurch, were
brief Dr. Hamlin began with a short
invocation and closed with the Lord's
prayer, in which many peisons present
3omecL The Schubert male quartette sang
"Jerusalem the Golden," Justice Mat
thews' favorite hymn Dr Leonard
read Paul's assertion and description
of the resuirectaon, in the fiiteenth
chapter ot the first epistle to the Corinthi
ans, "beginning at the twentieth verse Then
the quartette sang "Abide With Me" and
Dr.* Hamlin made a closing piayer.
At 3 o'clock the remains were taken to
the Baltimoie & Ohio depot to be conveyed
to Glendale, O Judge Matthew's country
home, near Cincinnati Services will be
held there, and the interment will be at
Spring Grove Cemetery. Justices Gray,
Blatchford, Harlan and Lamar accompany
the remains to Cincinnati
The family of the deceased has selected as
honorary pall-bearers, in addition to the
Justices of the Supieme Court, ex-Presi
dent Hayes, Judge Howell E. Jackson,
Judge George R. Sage, John W. Herron,
Proctoi, S. J. Thompson and H. W.
HER REASON DETHRONED.
The Mind of the Famous Authoress,
Harriet Beecher Stowo, a BlankShe Is
Unable to Recognize Old FriendsHer
N EW YOBK, March 2aA special from
Hartiord reports that Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Stowe has recov
ered physically from
the attack ot sick
ness which last sum
mer threatened to
cut short her life,
but her mind is shat
tered and intel
lectually she is but a
child. Her friends
will not say that she
is insane nor that
she is an imbecile,
but her mmd is al
gone. Her memory
When former dear
friends visit herpeople whom she has
known tor years she greets them
with a vacant stare, so indicative
a symptom of cases of that kind. Of course
Mrs. Stowe's relatives view all this with feel
ings of dismay, but they have now become
reconciled to the change, and her whims are
treated with the utmost tenderness For
some tune it was given out that Mrs Stowe
did not recognize her friends because of
failing eyesight, but this excuse is no longer
alluded to*, and.the tact that she is now no
longer mentally capable is recognized
by every one. I was also for a long
time thought to be an attribute
of genius when Stowe showed
these idiosyncrasies,*but the genius which
made "Uncle Tom's Cabin" the most popu
lar book of the century has departed. The
father of Mrs. Stowe, Rev. Lyman Beecher,
passed the closing years of his lite with a
cloud resting over his mind His symptoms
were greatly similar to those of Mrs. Stowe.
is that of a baby.
THE GREAT CALF CASE.
Another Decision in tbe Famous Iowa Lit
igation, but the End StiU Far Away.
WATEMVOO, la., March 26.The Jones
County calf case is not ended by any means
It has been the courts since 1877 and
grew out of trouble over four calves valued
at $45. Judge Linehan on Monday
filed his decision overruling the mo
tion of the .defendants for judg
ment against the plaintiff because
of the special findings of the jury and ren
dered judgment against all the defendants
except Harman Keller, who died last week,
for $1,000 and costs, which amount to $3,500.
The defendants will take the case to the Su
father and Son Killed.
MEBIDEN, Conn., March 26 Owen Mc
Goldrick, aged 50 years, and his son James,
aged 20 years, while crossing the railroad
tracks at the Cooper street crossing in a
buck-board were run into and both killed
by a north-bound train Monday night The
men were. hroton thirty feet in the air.
The horse escaped'uninjured.
Fatal Collapse of a Building.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y., March 26. A three
story brick block in process of construction
collapsed i this city Monday morning.
About a Hozen workmen were in the build
ing. Fred Pnrcell, a tinsmith, was killed,
and James H. Smith and YoumanS Thomp
son were seriously injured. ^^*\^r t*
WEANED FROM POKER.
A Btodeat Gout* Through Coorae of
Sprouts to bo Cured of Oambttag.
There is one student at Harvard who
ia being put through a vigorous course
of sprouts to wean him from the allure
ments of the gaming table. His case is
a little different from the ordinary ca
reer of would-be "fast" young men in
Harvard University. Hi father is a
wealthy merchant in Portsmouth, N. H.
The young man is the pride of his fath
er's heart, and he as not P&inted in the
supply of funds. had not been
long in college before he became an in
veterate poker-player. yielded
himself to the charms of the seductive
game, regardless of his studies and of
his health. played poker all night
and as much of the day-time not spent
under the eye of the instructor. His
health began to break down, several
conditions were placed against his name
at the latest examinations, and he was
rapidly becoming a wreck, mentally
and physically. realized his danger,
but had not the moral courage to tarn
bis back to the card table. His fa?her
noticed his failing health, and called
bim to aocount. The young man con
fessed his weakness, and told his father
that he had done all in his power to
break off the habit The father and
9on are both enthusiastic yaohtmen,
and the father owns a fine yaoht, in
which he passes a good part
of the summ er season. Knowing
his son'B fondness for yachting, he
promised the young man a$4O,Q0O yacht
if he would only abandon the card-table
and devote himself to his studies. The
son promised faithfully that he would
never touch a card and for a week he
kept his word. Bu the good resolu
tion died away as rapidly as a pile of
chips when a full house is being backed
against a strong hand, and in less than
a fortnight he was again a nightly par
ticipator in a poker party. told his
father that he needn't order that yacht
on his account, for he preferred play
ing poker to sailing, even as owner of
a forty-thousand-dollar yacht
Then the father applied a little pa
ternal authority to save his son.
came to Boston, and was soon closeted
with President Eliot. The circum
stances were explained, and President
Eliot concurred in the action planned
by his father. I was arranged that the
3on should return to Portsmouth every
clay after class work was finished, do
his stvidying beneath the paternal roof,
and take the first train for Boston in
the morning That is what he is doing
now. I order to catch the early train
he rises at four o'clock the morning
reaches Boston just in time to reach a
class-room, remains at the college un
til the middle of the afternoon, is ex
posed from the class-room before the
other students, rushes into Boston, and
is whit-led back to Portsmouth before
he has time to think of cards or poker
pr any other dissipation Boston Cor.
A Pleasant and KeAlistic Plcttueof Illna
Foreman of composing room (speak
ing through tube to managing editor)
You say you want that article about the
woman who killed a bear and three
pubs illustrated with a cut of the wo
Managing EditorYes I do.
ForemanWhat cut shall I use?
EditorWhere is that cut of Ly dia
Pinkham that we run in the weekly?
ForemanIt's being used in the first
form to ilrnstrate that article on Queen
"Well, then, run that picture of Har
liet Hubbard Ayre for the woman wfco
killed the bears."
"All right, but what are we going to
do for that article about Joseph Cham
berlain and his bride5"'
"Well, supposing you run that cut
of the man that goes with his three dol
lar shoe ad for Sir Joseph and that old
hand bill cut of Emma Abbott for hia
"All right and I suppose that old
cut of the new Colorado capital will do
for Sir Joseph's castle, won't it1"'
"Yes, yes run any thing you can find
for the castle. There's a lot oi
old cuts in for the job room.
See if you can find some
thing there for an article I'm going to
send down about the Emperor William
and his wife. I guess the old cut we
run a few v.eeks ago of Coquelin and
Jane-Hading will do."
"All right, sir Hading and Coquelin
ffoes."Detroit Free Press.
Old Hutch's Secret.
P. Hutchison, better known as Old
Hutch, astonished the world by the manner
in which he manipulated the Chicago wheat
marketmaking, 'tis said, the enormous sum
of 15,000,000, on his wheat deals, less
than a month. Eccentric possessed of
little education, his success seemed marvel
His friends and those who know him best
were not surprised.
A prominent Tesident broker of Chicago,
who knows him well, tersely bums up
Hutchison in these words: "What he knows,
he knows well, and that's Old Hutch's se-
W once heard a prominent stock oper
ator, speaking of Jay Gould, remark: "He
knew a year ago what the balance of us are
just finding out Gould knows his business
thoroughly and we don't, else we, too, would
A noted manufacturer of certain medici
nal remedies has achieved a world-wide
reputation simply because he possesses a
thorough knowledge of his business.
Enterprising and progressive, he was not
disposed to rest content with the introduc
tion of the only genuine remedy for the
prevention and cure of ^11 kidney and liver
disorders, the name and character of War
ner's Safe Cure being familiarly known in
every household throughout the entire civ
ilized worldbut. he concluded to further
benefit the world and revive some old-fash
ioned remedies which have, for a period,
Re-discovered, they are the oldest, the
newest and the best.
Used when the Pilgrim Fathers landed,
they have been much infproved upon and
are now known as "Warner Lo Cabin
Remedies Chief among them being "Log
Cabin Sarsaparilla," for the blood, and "Log
Cabin Hops and Buchu Remedy," a tonic
and stomach remedy.
Old Hutch's secret is worth its millions of
dollars to him, and millions of people in the
United States will reioice that they are now
enabled to secure the best of those old-time
Log Cabin Remedies through the use of
which our grandparents attained and en
joyed lugged, healthy old age.
EK total appropriations made by tbe
Fiftieth Congress amounted 4o $281,878,695,
181,758,200 of which was on pension account.
A KB portrait of Mrs. Cleveland has
lately been placed in toe Corcoran Gallon
John Anderson, my John,
When first I as your wife.
On every washing day, John.
I wearied of my life.
It made you cross to see John,
Your shirts not white as snow,
JOHN ANDERSON, MY JO.
I washed them with our home-made soap,
John Anderson, my jo
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "Just as good as the 'Ivory'
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1886, by Procter & Gamble.
FOR SKIN DISEASES.1
A POSITIVE CURE!
JOSEPH H. HUNTER,Al
And yet few weeks have passed away
Since she was fading, day by day.
The doctor's skill could naught avail
Weaker she grew, and thin and pale.
Ah! many a quarrel then, John,
Had you and I thegither,
But now all that is changed, John,
We'll never ha ve anitber
For washed with IVO RY SOAP, John,
Your shirts ARE white as snow,
And now I smile on washing day,
John Anderson, jo.
Of diseases o the skin there are some 12 or 151
classes, in each class from two to four varieties,
Theseare either the result of stomach, liver or kid
ney difficulties, and for a cure depend upon a heal
thy action of these organs.
ERYSIPELAS, OR ST. ANTHONY'S FSRE
is the result of an impure condition of the blood, and
for a cure depends, primarily, upon the condition of
the stomach, liver and kidneys, and, secondarily,!
upon the condition of the blood as manufactured by
HIBBARD'dSothers RHEUMATIC SYRUPy.ver
anA ,?.,*,c.a i iy
22KX. S i
Always in season-S/W^, Summar, Autumn and Winter. Procure It ot your druggist
directtous. Price $i.oo 6 bottles, Ss-oo, Plasters, 2,sc Pills age.
A Whole Family, Cured
ALPENA, MICH March 1,18S7.
My wife, and babe fourteen months old, and
boy Eve years old, have suffered with Scrofula
or King's Evil, it being hereditary 1 hey would
at times break out in sores. I have employed
the best phjsicians without the least bcne%t
we value your medicine.
Dealer in groceries and provisions.
No remedy known so highly endorsed bv its
home people Our Medical Pamphlet, treating
0-1 all diseises, sent free on application.
RHEUMATIC SYRUP CO.
of the blood remedies,
containinogt Poke, Burdock, Mandrake, cul-
compounded, strikes at the root of the evil ami
eradicates the disease, whether of Scrofulous, Rheumatic or Sypluletic taint.
HIBBARD'S RHEUMATIC SYRUP
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
That dainty lady tripping by.
How light her step, how bright her eye,
How fresh her cheek with healthful glow,
lake roses that in Maytime blow'
O AGENTS WANTED!
tar CIRCULARS nu.E
1 000 Brewster Safety Rin Holdon
C9VEN AWAY to Introduce them
JiAuyhoiBB owner buys from I to 6.
Linos nevei under horses' feet Send zl
cents in stamps to pay postafo and
paoMngforKiokel Plated Sample that
KOIH for C5 ccnU, BRFWSTFR
MANUF'C CO., HOLLVrMfcH.
i Lll ovary tlracyou write.
FEMSION without DJSI^K
At last, while in a nopeless frame.
One day she said, "There is a name
I've often seena remdy
'Perhaps 'twill help I can but try."
And so, according to direction,
She took J. Pierce's Favorite Presctiptfent
I And every baleful symptom fled.
And she was raised as from the, dead,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the world-famed, invigorating tonic and
nervine, carefully impounded by an experienced and skillfid phyiician, and
adapted to woman 8 delicate organization. I is pure ly vegetable and nerfectlv
harmless in any condition of the system. I is th only medicine forthe dis-
tressing weaknesses and derangements peculiar to women, sold by drneirists.
under a positive guarantee, from the mamffiactiirers, that it will give satisfactionn,o
in every case, or money win be refunded. This guarantee has been PrintedI on
the bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried out for many years?
Copyright, 188S, by WOBU' DISPENSARY MEWCAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietors!"
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, or Anti-bilious Granules,J
"#5^?* Cathartic, according to size of dose.
or send I
I have been troubled with Rheumatism fori
years, and Salt Rheum has been all over myf
body. I have used nearly etcry remedv, butI
found no relief except from Hibbard's Rhcu-1
matic byrup. I could not he in. bed ctiHjrht. I
Have taken ten bottles and am. a well man. Iti
is truly a great blood purifier.
NELSOintense N MOORBL Bfl
Wolcott, N. Y.
Mey?p little boy has been troubled with a se-l
Disca with itching I
and burning, which constantly grew worse
until his face was covered with scabs. Hib-|
bard's Rheumatic Syrup completely cured]
him, and his skin is as clear and smooth asl
evcr. Mn EDMOND PAUHEH,
88 Summitfat,Rochester, N. Y.