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B. BEAUL1BT7, Bailor*
Epitome of the Week.
INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION.
On the 26th a bill for the relief of William
R. Wbeatou and Cbartes H. Chamberlain, of
California, vetoed by the President, was
passed over the veto In the Senate. The Army
Appropriation bill was passed also a bill
granting the widow of General Kilpatriek a
pension of $75 a month. An amendment was
added to the Deficiency bill enabling the Pres
ident to offer a reward for the detection and
conviction of the persons who unlawfully car
ried away and destroyed the poll-books and
"ballot-box of Plummerville, Ark., on the day
of the last election in that State....In the
House the Senate amendments to the bill for
the opening and settlement of a portion of the
S:oux reservation ia Dakota were concurred
in. A bill was introduced providing for the
admission of the Territories of Arizona, Idaho
and Wyoming as States also a bill providing
for the admission of New Mexioo. The confer
ence report on the Pension Appropriation bill
was agreed to and the Deficiency bill was
passed. The evening'sessibn was devoted prin
cipally to speeches on the Indian policy ol the
NEAR LY the entire day in the Senate on the
27th was passed in discussing the conference
report on the bill amending the Inter-State
Commerce act. The conference reports on the
Agricultural Appropriation bill and the Sioux
City (Ia.) Bridge bill were agreed to. Two bills
for the formation and admission of the States
of Idaho and Wyoming were favorably report-
ed.... In the House the Natural zatlon bill was
reported with a new section which requires
that hereafter all persons naturalized shall be
registered in the State Department at Wash
ington. The Ind an Appropriation bill was
passed. A bill was introduced prohibiting any
common carrier from engaging in the mining
or manufacturing business, and any mining or
manufacturing concern from engaging in busi
ness as common carriers.
THE Senate cleared up a lot of pending leg
islation on the 28th ult. by the passage ot a
long list of bills, among them being the Post
offlce Appropriation bill. Conference reports
on the Army and Fortifications appropriation
bill3 were agreed to, and a conference was
ordered on the Naval Appropriation bill....In
the House bills were passed for the protection
of Alaska salmon fisheries and for a public
building at Kalamazoo. Mich., and conference
reports on the Sioux City (Iowa) Bridge bill
and the bills for the relief of Mexican war vet
erans and to divide the Sioux reservation in
Dakota were agreed to.
1ST the Senate on the 1st the conference re
port on the bill to divide a portion of the Sioux
reservation in Dakota into separate reserva
tions was agreed to also the conference re
port on the bill for relief of cei-tain volunteer
and regular soldiers of the late war and the
war with Mexico. All the pension bills on the
calendarfifty-twowere passed In the
House the joint resolution was passed to pro
mote commercial union with Canada. A bill
was passed for the sale of a nortion of the Fort
Dodge reservation to the State of Kans-s for
the purpose of a State Soldiers' Home. The
conference report on the bill providing that
public lands adapted to agricultural purposes
shall bereafter be disposed of only under the
provisions of the Homestead law was agreed to.
At the evening session thirty-five pension bills
EDWARD AETIS, a colored man, shot Klttie
Palmer (colored) in Aurora, 111., on the
^ftth because she refused to marry, him and
then committed suicide.
A BLAST of five tons of powder was shot
foffatone of the quarries at Graniteville,
Mo., on the 26th, and enough granite was
blown out to keep five hundred men ten
.fears in working it up.
AT Des Moines, la., on the 261fa the jury
'In the criminal libel uase agftinst Governor
Larrabee found a verdict of not guilty.
FANNIE MUKES, a lady of one hundred and
two years of age, living near Cementville,
Ind., fell into the fire-place on the 26th dur
ing the absence of her family and was
.burned to death.
HE twin infante of Mrs. John Swanson,
of Chicago, were accidentally smothered to
death in bed on the 26th.
DANIEL C^SE, postmaster at Cass, Ind.,
was Instantly killed on the 26th by a, runa
FIVE men were killed on the 26th at the
Red Lodge coal mines near Helena, M. T.,
by a premature explosion.
J. STEWART and Silas Martin were arrest
ed on the 26th at Shelbyville, Ind., charged
with counterfeiting silver dollars. A large
amount of spurious coin was recovered.
AT DicMnson, D, T., on the 26th John
Hollen killed his wife and then took his own
life. Domestic trouble was the cause.
JOHN JJELSON, a noted forger who had op
orated in many of the larger cities, was ar
rested on the 27th. at Omaha, Neb.
ELEVEN produce dealers, convicted of
selling oleomargarine for butter, were fined
.heavily on the 27th at Pittsburgh, Pa.
F. TOBLET, the sheriff of Carter County,
Mo., was instantly killed and His deputy
badly wounded on the 27th while attempt
ing to arrest a saloon keeper named Thomp
son at Low Wassie, Mo.
FOLDS & GRIFFITHS, dealers in carpets at
Minneapolis, Minn., failed on the 27th for
GEOEGE A. HUXL &Co:, of Boston, dealers
in hides and leather, failed on the 27th for
TEE Pennsylvania Railroad Company on
the 27th commenced the work of turning
the course of Old Turtle creek, near Pitts
burgh, and would thereby reclaim three
.(hundred acres of valuable land
Two NATURAL gas explosions in the vicin
ity of Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 27th wrecked
five buildings and injured a number of per
-sons, one fatally.
I N reference to the Alaska-Canada bound
ary dispute now under consideration by the
United States and. Canada, the latter Gov
ernment claimed on the 27th to have deter
mined by a survey that the line should be
ninety miles south of where it is marked on
the United States maps.
HE ten unfortunate ^victims of the recent
powder-factory explosion at Plymouth, Pa.,
were buried on the 27th. The entire town
was draped with emblems of grief.
OSCAR NEEBE, now serving a fifteen-ye'ar
sentence in the penitentiary for complicity
Jin the Haymarket tragedy in Chicago,
"wrote an open letter on the 27th, in which
.he said that he was not and never had been
.-an Anarchist, and had nothing to confess.
The letter was drawn out by the statement
that Judge Grinnell and others would sign
a petition for Neebe's pardon provided he
would make a confession.
ROBERT WATKTNS, accused of stealing the
'-ballot-box at Plummerville, Ark., at the late
l" election, was on the 37th held in $5,000 to
appear for rehearing.
MINERS were on the 27th thronging to the
placer mines at Ensenada, Cal., where rich
finds of gold had recently been made.
THE six-day walking match closed on the
^-.37th at San Francisco, Frank Hart (colored)
%being the winner, with 526 miles to his
credit 25 C. Moore was second, with 525
miles. The gate receipts were $26,000.
MRS. A. S. MCDUFFY, of Indianapolis,
locked her six-year-old daughter in the
house on tho 27th while she went out shop
ping. The child set the building on fire
.and was fatally burned.
CASBXBB JACOB ifi. GOODMAN, of the Cook
County (111.) treasurer's office, was missing
on the 27th, and his accounts were $6,500
THE village of Blooming Prairie, MinnM
was almost entirely destroyed by fire on
ROBERT WATSONS, arrested for election
frauds in Conway County, Ark., was on the
28th ult. discharged. No clew had been ob
tained to the assassins of John M. Clayton.
A FINE flow of natural gas was struck on
the 28th ult. at Hartsville, Ind., and other
wells would be drilled.
THE business portion of the village of
Lostant, HI., was destroyed by fire on the
ONE fireman was killed and ten badly in
jured in a fire at Milwaukee on the 28th ult.,
which destroyed property valued at $150,000.
THE house of Herman Umberger, an aged
farmer living near Jennerstown, Pa., was
entered by burglars on the 28th ult who
robbed him of $13,000 and then shot him
EDWARD COLBURN, of Boston, a commer
cial traveler, shot and killed his wife on the
28th ult. and then took his own life. No
cause was known for the deed.
A PARCEL-POST convention was concluded
on the 28th ult. between the United States
HE Standard Oil Company on the 28th
ult. purchased a one-fourth interest in the
Ohio Oil Company at Lima, O., paying
$250,000 for the same.
GEORGE FOSTER, a leading young attorney
of Tuscaloosa, Ala, committed suide on the
28th ult. over the grave of hts wife.
GENERAL WALLACE'S celebrated novel,
"Ben Hur," was placed on the stage at
Crawfordsville, Ind., on the evening of the
A' MRS. STAFFORD^ of Edgartown, Mass.,
left home on the 28th ult., having with her
the first American flag ever used, which
would be carried in the inaugural proces
sion at 'Washington, She had been offered
on several occasions over $1,000 for the flag.
A. B. CLEVELAND, head of a New York
firm, wholesalers of seeds, was missing on
the 28th ult., and with loans and funds of
the company was said to have carried off
IN Cincinnati on the 28th ult. Miss Laura
McDonald, daughter of Alexander McDon
ald, the millionaire oil man, was married to
EdmundK. Stallo. Mr.-McDonald gave his
daughter 300,000 for a wedding present.
BY a premature explosion on the 28th ult.
in the Norway mine near Marquette, Mich.,
Albin Heavy lost both arms and one eye
and Edward Rudder had both of his eyes
IN the Felton (Ind.) circuit court on the
28th ult. Adam Shoney was given a verdict
of $14,000 against the Pennsylvania railroad
Company for the loss of a leg.
THE family of Ernst Hudson, consisting of
his wife and seven children, were drowned
on the 1st while fording a creek near New
PENSION AGENT ROBERT SIGEL, son of Gen
eral Franz Sigel, was arrested in New York
on the 1st for forgery and fraud, and com
mitted to jail in default of $20,000.
THEDeadwood (D. T.) Reduction-works
were destroyed by fire on the 1st Loss,
AT the session of the National League of
Republican clubs in Baltimore on the 1st
John Thurston, of Nebraska, was elected
president, E. B. Humphreys, of New York,
was re-elected secretary, and P. C. Louns
berry, of Connecticut, treasurer.
THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank at
Carleton, Neb., closed its doors on the 1st
on account of its inability to collect what
was due it. The assets and liabilities were
each about $23,000.
HENRY. A. GOULD & Co., dealers in rubber,
dye-stuffs, camphor, etc., at Boston, failed
on the 1st for $1,000,000.
As COMPARED with last season, hog-pack
ing in Chiefmati fell off during the past
winter 9,506 head.
GIBSON, PARISH & Co.'s furniture .trim
ming establishment in Chicago was de
stroyed by fire on the 1st. Loss, $150,000.
Three firemen were injured, one fatally.
GEORGE MORLEY, a wholesale lumber
dealer of Detroit, Mich., failed on the 1st
NICHOLAS DONOHUE'S house at Tusten, N.
Y., took fire on the 1st during his absence,
and his wife and two-year-old child per
ished in the flames.
THE Legislature of Arizona passed a bill
on the 1st making train robbery a capital
HE general offices of the Chicago, S
Paul & Kansas City railroad were on the 1st
removed from S Paul to Chicago.
DURING the seven days ended on the 1st
there were 243 business failures in the
United States, against 302 the previous
seven days. The total failures in the United
States from January 1 to date was 2,727,
against 2,317 in 188a
Two VETERANS- of the National Soldiers'
Home at Dayton, O., were asphyxiated at
the Union Hotel on the 1st. ,They became
intoxicated and before going to bed blew
out the gaa
MRS. JOSEPH LEDBETTER, wife of apromi
inent miller, and her two little sons were
drowned near Republic, Mo., ion the 1st
They were in a wagon and attempted to
cross a stream which was much swollen by
BERT WHITE, the seventeen-year-old boy
who shot and killed Willie Ellsworth at La
fayette, Ind., last August, was sentenced on
the 1st to imprisonment for life.
THE two thousand men of the Tennessee
Coal, Iron and Railway Company at South
Pittsburg, Tenn., struck on the 1st against a
reduction of ten per cent in their wages.
A CABLEGRAM was sent to Mr. Parnell on
the 1st by the Indiana Legislature con
gratulating him on his triumph over the
MANY Iowa farmers were on the 1st sign
ing a pledge to stack their grain the coming
season, without binding, unless the price of
binding twine was lowered.
THE statemennt ofn the public debt issued
on the 1sts showed the total debt to be
$1,679,974,907 cash in Treasury, $48,096,158
Increase during February, $6,433,345.
Decrease since June 80, 1888, $87,295,338.
SOME time ago several cattle belonging td
a farmer named Sutton, in White River
township, Ind., were bitten by a mad dog
and later attacked with rabies They were
killed and their bodies burned, but before
they were entirely consumed the dogs in
the vicinity had a feast On the 1st nearly
every dog in the neighborhood was show
ing signs of hydrophobia and they were
being slaughtered rapidly.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
THE President on the 26th appointed
Brigadier-General Orlando B. Wilcox (re-
tired) Governor of the Soldiers' Home at
Washington, D. vice General Hunt, de
THB train with General Harrison and party
on board arrived in Washington at 2:35 p. m.
on the 26th. The travelers took carriages
and were immediately driven to the Arling
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND on the 26th issued
a proclamation calling an extraordinary
session of the Senate to convene on March
4 at twelve o'olock.
THE Michigan Union Labor party met in
convention at Lansing on the 27th and nom
inated Lawrence McHugh, of Arenac Coun
ty, for Supreme Court Justice. The nomi
nation of Regents was left to the State Cen
AT ten o'clock on the morning or tne sr/tn
Vice-President-elect Morton and his wife
left New York for Washington.
THE Prohibition State convention on the
27th at Lansing, Mich., nominated James B.
Lang, of Genesee, for Justice of the Su
preme Court, and John Russell and Russell
N. Kellogg for Regents.
THE President on the 27th signed the bills
pensioning Mrs. Sheridan and retiring Gen
A DINNER was given at the White House on
the evening of the *27th by President and
Mrs. Cleveland in honor of General and Mrs.
JOHN W. JOHNSTON, a United States Sena
tor from 1870 to 1883, died on the 27th at his
home in Richmond, Va., aged seventy-eight
AT the Democratic State convention held
on the 28th ult. at Grand Rapids, Mich. T.
R. Sherwood, of Kalamazoo, was renomll
nated for Justice of the Supreme Court, and
W. J. Dailey and John S. Lawrence for Re
gents of the State University.
HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, the only living
ex-Vice-President of the United States, waB
on the floor of the United States Senate on
the 28th ult.
THE National League of Republican clubs
met in convention at Baltimore on the 28th
GOVERNOR WILSON, of West Virginia,
OR the first time iu many years both
branches of congress were in session on
Sunday. Both houses adjourned at mid
night of the 3rd to reassembl at 8 a. m. of
the fourth. The Pieti/dent signed the bill
amending the intyr-state commerce law.
Senator Riddlebergor appeared in the sea
ate in a state of intoxication, and was
placed under arrest and removed from the
chamber by the Sergeant-at-arms.
THB steamboat Kili-.von-Kull, of the
Jersey City central railroad was burned
on North river between New York and
Jersey City on the night of the 3d. Loss
DANI EL SPICKLEU, a three-year-old child
was stolen from in front of his mother's
residence on State street, Chicago on the
evening of the 2d by two men.-
GEN. OJ/AHK, clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives on the 2d received the certifi
cates of election of congressmen from the
3rd and 4th districts of West Virginia.
They were issued in the names of the
Democratic candidates. This makes a
Republican majority of three in the next
house of representatives.
HE American base ball teams arrived
in Paris, on the 3d.
PRESIDE NT CLEVELAND on the 2d vetoed
the direct tax bill. The Senate passed the
bill over his head and then sent it to the
House for action.
JACOB GERMAN was instantly killed at
La Grange, M6., on the 2d, while thawing
out a can of dynamite on the stove. The
dynamite exploded and his head was sev
ered from his body.
EARLY on the morning of the 2d the safe
in the Chicago, Milwaukee & S Paul
ticket office at Sioux City, Iowa was
blown open by burglars. They secured
A FEWdays ago "Jim" a young Seminole
Indian in F.orida went erazy and with a
Winchester rifle started on the war path.
In half an hour he phot and killed eight
indians. He was finally cornered, and
CHICAGO brewers on the 2d began suits
against the temperance people of Iowa
?ity, Iowa, for breaking into a car^gnd
seizing beer, t, ^Jf^s
SHARP shocks of earthquake were felt
throughout Ecuador on the night of the
A GHOST has been causing terror for
several nights in the vicinity of Casey,
Iowa. On the night of the 2nd a farmer
waited for the apparitian and filled
it full of buckshot. It proved to a man
and a stranger supposed to be a land
AT Butte, Mont, James Bohiman, fell
flown the shaft of the Blue Bird mine 500
feet and was killed. The same day Owen
Williams an employe of the Gagnon mino
was killed by a rock falling on him from ft
banging wall on the 700 foot level.
THE Peruviam cabinet resigned on tho
3rJ. The reason has not been published.
Gray's immortal "Elegy" ocou
pied' him for seven years.
Says the novelist, Dr. George Mac*
donald, "I like preaching most of all."
General Lew Wallace has had his
'BenHur" printed with raised letters
for the blind.
Alexander Dumas, the French nov
elist, was of African origin. He was
born at Villers-Gotterets, a town of
France, July 24, 1803, and died Decem
ber 5, 1870. s,
the 28th ult. issued certificates of election
to J. D. Alderson (Dem.) from the Third
Congressional district, and to J. M. Jackson
(Dem.) from the Fourth Congressional dis
COLONEL E. C. MeCLUBE, of South Caro
lina, Appointment Clerk of the Pbet-office
Department, died suddenly of heart disease
on the 28th ult. in Washington.
BARON HIRSCH, of Vienna, on the 26th do
nated 120,000 francs yearly to Austria and a
similar sum to Hungary to be devoted to the
relief of tradesmen who may thereby be
saved from financial ruin.
WHEN the Parnell commission resumed
its session in London on the 26th a sensa
tion was created by the announcement that
Pigott, the principal witness of the Times,
had made a written confession that he
forged the Parnell letters and committed
perjury in giving his testimony before the
commission. It was also stated that he had
escaped from London.
NEAR St. George, Ont., on the evening of
the 27th three cars of the St. Louis express
train fell through abridge one hundred feet
in height, and eight persons were killed and
twenty-six wounded, some fatally.
THE London Times on the 27th withdrew
its pamphlets, "Parnellism and Crime" and
"O'Donnell versus Walter," from circula
tion, and expressed regret for having pub
lished the forged letters.
THE German missionaries at Zanzibar held
captive by the Arabs were liberated on the
A PRINTER'S boy in Vienna was on the 27th
sentenced to six months' imprisonment at
hard labor for repeating stories about the
late Crown Prince Rudolph.
THE extensive brick works of De Haynin,
near Marchiennes, France, were burned on
the 27th. The flames spread to ten reser
voirs of tar, each reservoir containing one
hundred thousand gallons, all of which,
with a number of barges in the river, were
LONDON advices of the 27th say that dur
ing a gale on the Ebrth Sea seventy lives
A PASSENGER.and freight train collided on
the 27th at Sweetsburg, Can., on the Cana
dian Pacific railway, and three trainmen
STEINITZ, the champion chesB player,
played simultaneously against nineteen per
sons on the 28th ult. at Havana, Cuba, and
won all the games.
A DWELLING at Marthaville, Ont, was de
stroyed by fire on the 28th ult, and the only
occupant, an old lady named Callivan, per
ished in the flames.
PRINCE OSCAR, of Sweden, was presented
with an addition to his family on the 28th
ult. in the shape of a little daughter.
MRS. COLLINS, a murderess, was hanged
on the 28th ult. at Sidney, N. S. W.
IT was reported on the 1st that Richard
Pigott, the forger of the Parnell letters,
had committed suicide in a hotel in Madrid.
A STATEMENT that Sir Julian Pauncefote
had been appointed British Minister to the
United States was officially confirmed on
Mr. William'Russell, the "cowboy
artist," is an actual cowboy, who is
well known in Montana Territory. His
knowledge of the use of oil colors is
entirely self-acquired. His summers
are spent in "punching cows," while
during the winter he draws and paints
Mr. Buskin has at last officially
permitted a photograph of himself to
be issued. It waa taken in his garden,
with a background of ferns. His ad
mirers may be also pleased to learn
that two views of Brentwood, one with
the lake of Coniston in the distance,
and the other with the surrounding
woodland, have been published.
The iate Bishop Steere began the
translation of Bunyan's Pilgrim's
Progress in the Swahili, the language
spoken in Zanzibar and its neighbor
hood, but did not live to finish it
With the aid of the Religious Tract
Society, which bears a considerable
portion of the cost, the book has been
completed and published for the Uni
versities' Mission, under the editor
ship of Rev. A. C. Madan, student of
Christ Church, Oxford.
-Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, in
presenting his medical library to the
Boston Medical Library Association,
has parted with a collection which has
taken a life-time to gather. The old
est book in the series was written in
1490 and the latest in 1887. Says Dr.
Holmes: "These books are dear to
me a twig from some one of my
nerves runs to every one of them, and
they mark the progress of my study
and the stepping-stones of my profes
sional life. If any of them can be to
others as they have been to me, I am
willing to part with them, even if
they are such old and beloved com
The MS. of the first essay ever
written by Mrs. Stowe has been pre
served among her papers. Mr. Munro,
who is to be one of the editors of her
memoirs, says that -her accumulations
also include her diaries covering the
most interesting period of her life,
cviticisms of her own and other works
in manuscript, copies of ber own let
ters to the most notable personages of
her time, both at home and abroad,
and their replies letters that relate
the whole inner history of "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," the causes that led to
its production, and the sources of in
formation irom which she drew her
facts and letters filled with praise,
criticism and rabid abuse of this and
others of her works.
No contributions to the "Is-Mar-
riage-a-Failure" discussion have ap-1
peared from Salt Lake City.Puck.
Medium"This, sir, is the spirit
of your Uncle Rastus, who died last
spring. Stop! Where are you going?"
VisitorExcuse me, I owe Uncle
Rastus 50.'' America.
Bioodgood-'How are you getting
on with Miss Debut, PoseboyP Have
you broken the ice yet?". Poseboy
"Yes, and got a cold bath that I shan't
forget to my dying day."Burlington
Young man (to editor)"I would
like to leave this poem, sir, for you to
read, and in case it is not accepted can
you return it to me?" Editor"Oh,
yes." Young man"I have signed it
Anon." Editor"Very well, sir, 3
will return it Anon
Miss Longpurse"Why, of course,
Helen of Troy was beautiful. Do you
suppose there would have been a
twenty-year war over her if she hadn't
been beautiful?" Mr. Shortcash (for
getting himself)"O, I don't know.
Maybe she was rich."N. Y. Weekly.
Mr. Bjones"I suppose that new
grand piano was Mr. Ferguson's pres
ent to you? You must be very proud
of it." Mrs. Ferguson"Yes, it was
very nice of himbut, oh, Edmund,
you must show Mr. Bjones that love
ly silk handkerchief which I gave
Mrs. Winks"Folks say Mr.
Weed, the cigar manufacturer, was
converted at the revival last night."
Mr.^ Winks"Guess it's true. 1
stepped in this morning for my favorite
brand of two-for-five cigars, and 1
noticed the card 'Pure Havana' had
been moved over to the fifteen cent
Bingley"Well, have you pat
ented any thing lately?" Inventor
"O, yes. I have just received letters
patent for my new 'Prize-Fight Sus
pender Button.' Biggest snap of the
century." Bingley"What makes
you call it the 'Prize Fight?' Invent
or"It never comes off."Terre
Haute Express. s,^,*
Woman (to" tramp)"There* I
have obeyed the divine injunction to
'feed the hungry,' and now I hope
that you will remember that one good
turn deserves another, and chop a
little wood for me." Tramp"I'm
very sorry, mum, but I've got an en
gagement, an' must hurry off."
"Why, what have you to do?" "It is
my solemn duty, mum, to go out into
the highways and byways an' tell
hungry gents like myself that this 'ere
house is a good place to get square
JLook at my face and my handsnot a pim
Such as you saw there gome time?.,
See my fresh cheeks, and I'm getting a dim
When with some soap a salesman bold
it .Comes in your place to there unfold
His samples, and proceeds to say:
"This equals, sir, in every way
The IVORY 'tis made in fact
By the same formula exact
'Tis just as white, indeed the man
Who makes this soap
I don't look at all like I used to, I
know. C'lV'^^T '^*-^AM*m
A DELIGHTED YOUNG WOMAN.
My face was all blotehefi-^cbinplezlon Hfcft
i%So wonder they thought me and called me
Has made the IVORY or
He means to use by such a game,
Your reputation and good name
A fraud or counterfeit to sell
Of what is known and proven well.
This means his soap will never go
On its own merits fast or slow
And you, like him, the truth must toss,
Clean overboard, or sell at loss. [Ian
It means still more, that throughout the
The IVORY SOAP'S in great demand.
For none chase with imitations frail
An article that has no sale.
And who for counterfeit will pay
The price of genuine goods to-day?
Then whence can the advantage flow
Or how can you more profit know
plan.r and o'e
For Procter & Gamble heretofore.
Besides, this soap brings to the till
More profit than the IVORY will."
A WORD O WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory'tn
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.
C. M. HENDERSON &
Reply to all who do intend
Touse you thus to gain their end:
When you for your own soap create*
Upon its worth demand as great
As IVORY SOAP this day can claim.
Til buy, should trade require the same
But have no time, I tell you true.
To introduce your soap for you.
And customers perhaps offend
With goods I fear to recommend."
Don't buy the soap that salesmen says
Is like the IVORY every way,"
For grocers can this tale unfold
Of every hundred cakes they sold
On seventy-five a loss they bore,
Or else it ne'er had left their store.
Copyright 1386, by Procter & Gamble.
A A A A CUSTOM MADE
S^JJy Fin Cal Shoes
Made, all styles, at their factory}in
fond Lac, 'Wisconsin, with their
other fine grades ot Men's and Boys'
Shoes. Made of the Choicest West
ern Calf. Made on tho basis of
Style and Merit, to fit and -wear*
I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
TO DEMAND THEM. Yours
truly. C. M. HENDERSON
tc CO., Chicago.
No one need have pimples and skin gray and
I asked the delighted young woman what she referred to, and she answered,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is the best beautifier in the world,
because it purifies and enriches the blood, and pore rich blood gives good health,
and good healthbeauty.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is guaranteed to cure all Blood,
Skin and Scalp Diseases, as Blotches, Eruptions, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Eczema,
Erysipelas, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, in short, all diseases caused by bad
blood, or money paid for it will be promptly refunded.
Copyrighted, 1888, by WORLD'S DISPATSART MEDICAL ASSOCIATIOH, Proprietors.
to Dennanently cured by OR. tAQCt CATARRH REMEDY. 80 cents, by druggists.
no matter how bad or of how long standing,
p^H she'll take what I tookr,' ev'ry mon^^M?^
noon and night.