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THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 18S2.
Entered at the Post-office at
Hidoway, Pa., as bucond clash
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
'JAM EH A. BEAVER.
of Centra County.
Vf. T. DAVIE8.
of Bradford County,
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
WILLIAM HENRY RAWLE.
For Secretary of Internal Affair.
JOHN M. GREER. .
of But ler.
At a meeting of the Republican
ttounty Committee of the county of
Tioga, held at Wellsboro, June 8th,
1882, the following resolutions were
Retolvcd, That it is the opinion of
this Committee that the State Conven
tion of May 10th, having adjourned
without day, is no longer lu existence;
that there in no power in the State
Committee to call that Couveutlon to
gether ngaiu, and that the delegates to
that Convention, having exhausted
their powers, are uo longef delegates,
and should not asmiuie to act in any
Convention unless again duly appoint
ed. Resolved, That this Committee re
quest the Regular Republicau State
Committee and the Independent Re
publican State Committee to join in
calling a newStateConvention, giving
ample notice of the same; that tbo two
Committees direct that delegates to
tmid State Convention shall be choBen
by the people in the manner In which
candidates for Representatives in the
General Assembly are nominated; that
representation In said Convention
shall be by counties, and shall be ap
portioned according to the Republican
vote, and that the Republicans who
voted for the Republican candidate for
President at the last Presidential
election shall be entitled to join in the
choico of delegate to the said Conven
tion. Resolved, That it la the opinion of
this Committee that a Convention
called as aforesaid should nominate a
new State ticket that will be accept
able to all true Republican a ticUet
niado up of men who have always been
faithful to every publlo and party trust;
that It should adopt a platform em
bodying the most advanced Republi
can doctrine, on which all Republicans
can consistently stand.
Resolved, That we appeal to Re
publicans throughout the State to join
In this effort to again unite and har
monize the party regardless of the sup
posed i liferents of any individual mem
bers or any particular section of the
The Committee directed that these
resolutions be sent to the Chairman of
the State Committees named and to
the Republicau newspapers of the
A F. Barnes,
W. R. Francis, Chairman.
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CHAIRMAN LEAR'S VETO.
Cooper'a Call For tba llnrrlnhiirg
Convcutlon Pronoiiucel Null.
AN OLD MAN'S ADVICE TO THE
The Recall of the Old Crnirenllnn Noth
ing Bnt a Cameron Affair.
AN OPEN LETTER TO 8F.NATO.Il COOPER
IN WHICH THE HARRISBURO CHAIR
MAN EXPOUNDS BO0ND I.OQtO AND
SOUND SENSE FOR THE BENEFIT OF
Hon. George Lear, Chairman of the
Harrlsburg Convention, furnishes
The Press with tho following open
letter to Chairman Cooper;
Doyi.estown. Ph.. June 3, 1882.
Hon. Thomas V. Coopkr.
My Dear Sir: Mr. E. G. Harrison,
the Bucks County member of the Re
publi can State Committee, has for
warded to mo your notice of call upon
the delegates to the Republican State
Convention held at Harrlsburg on the
10th of May, to meet again on the 21st
of June, for the purpose of nominating
a Congressman-nt-Large, purporting
to be by order of the State Committee,
and signed by you as chairman. Mr.
Harrison informed me that, although
he is wit hin threo-fourths of an hour's
ride of the Republican HendmmrierH
and always willing toattendauy meet
ing of the Committee, he had no no
tice of any such meeting as the order
Imports, and does not know that one
Until I received this Information, I
supposed there had been a call for the
meeting of tho Convention ordered by
the Committee, although In my view
of the matter It Is not Important
whether the order by the Committee
was actual orconntructive. My reasons
for not recognizing and obeying any
such call are already pnrtlaliy under
stood; but as I shall not attend the
Convention, I propose to state them
more fully, and as others ns well as
you have a right to an explanation for
my absence, and especially the dele
gates, 1 will communicate with you
through the medium of the public
ine rersons are based both upon
principle and policy, and grow out of
the peculiar political complications of
this campaign. The Republican party
of the State is divided Into two sec
tions, one under the Regular organ
ization and the other on an Independ
ent basis; and while the former has
the prestige of regularity according to
ancient customs, the latter is of suffi
cient magnitude to be fwired, and of
such mbi-imiliul diameter as to com
And what is remarkable about thepe
two branches of the party, tbev both
subscribe to the same political faith,
cherish the same principles of public
policy, and equally admire the achieve
ments and are piond of the history of
the great Republican party; and,
moreover, they have both placed in
nomination candidates for State offices
whose characters are without i-ennmch.
and whone qualifications are above
criticism. Under such circumstances,
what Is the difficulty which separates
THE PEACE CONFERENCE DISKE
The principal, if not the only, ques-
uwiin uawttn me contenuing parties
which have caused this unfortunate
division are the modes of making
appointments to offices and the man
ner of selecting delegates to nominat
ing conventions, it is not so much
charged that official dutlpn ai imiwr.
fectly or Improperly performed as that
the appointments are made in the In
terests of ambitions politicians for the
purpose of increasing or perpetuating
their power, and that conventions for
ine iioimnHiion of candidates are
packed with delegates for the same
purpose by methods inconsistent with
a fair representation of the Republi
can masses. Slid that Slicll nnnvatitinna
do not express the real sentiments of
ine people. I be Justness and truth of
inese alienations were recognized and
admitted by tho Peace Conference, to
which you were a party, by the declar
ation of a new code of party principles,
and the adoption of new rules and
regulations for the selections and gov
ernment of delegates to nominating
conventions, which principles and
rules were ratified and adopted as part
of the platform by the Regular Con
vention, held at Harnsburg May 10
They were presented to the party as a
peace ottering lu answer to tho charges
of favoritism, partiality and injustice,
onil tney were sanctioned and udopted
with the same unanimity with which
the candidates were nominated, and
were proclaimed as an ussurance to
the people that their rights would be
respected, aud that they should be
heard at the nominating conventions
as well as at tho polls. Good faith re
quires that this compact between that
Convention and tho people shall be
rigorously maintained in letter m,i
spirit. Any other course will be
equivalent to an attempt to obtain
votes under false pretenses, and unni.i
and ought to be resented by the voters
as an insult to their intelligence and
iuuu ii)vii meirrignis.
Having nominated a ticket find
adopted a platform contauiug therules
above referred to. the Convention ml.
iourned uine die, and passed out of ex
istence. Among the rules it was resol-
vca anu ordained that delegutes to
uomiiiatimr conventions shall bo el.
ected in the several districts as mmii.
dates for the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives are nominated. Within
two weeks after the adjournment of
the Convention there wus a vacancv
on the ticket by the declination of Mr.
Murshali, and the question was at once
asked, how shall it bo filled? The
answer which I gave was that it must
De aone oy a new convention composed
of delegates elected under the rules
udopted by the old one, and I gave
nonce mai it any other course was at
tempted there would bo trouble.
TUB COMMITTEE ACTINU WITHOUT
The State Committee Is 1
ted by and subordinated to the conven
tion, and. in calling upon the mem
bers to reconvene after their functions
have expired, and when thev are
powerless to act of their own volition,
the creature assumes to be greater
than its creator, and to have the power
to galvanize a defunct bodv into a
spasmodic existence to perform a par
ticular act under circumscribed in
structions. It now become a question
tor eucu aeiegute to decide lor nimnell
whether ho is willing to obev th call
and by his act to give credence to and
confirm the ciiarge which has been in
dustriously circulated that the new
rules were udopted only us a bait for
votes, and intended us a cheat and a
fraud upon the Republican voters of
tho State, and the vote which ho gave
for the platform was an uctot insincer
ity ou li is part. Whatsoever use any
other member of tbo party may feel at
liberty to make of the action' of the
Convention in adopting these rules, it
is requiring too rmielt to ask tbo dele
gutes who were parties to their adopt'
Ion to stultify themselves by repudiat
ing them upon the first opiiortunity.
eo iar a i am concerned, 1 propose
to keep faith with the people to whom
we made the pledge that they should
have a fair opportunity to bo represen
ted in nominating conventions, and I
am unable to see why every man
should not carry the same good faith
and fair dealing Into politics which he
practices In business, and which sub
stantial and successful business men
everywhere find not only to accord
with their conscientious convictions,
but to Inure to their interest and ad
vantage to pursue. Even as a question
of policy, there is no reason why a cam
paign should be a tournament ofslmrp
practices and political tricks to beguile
and deceive the people, especially in
the Republican party. The substan
tial strength of that party lies In the
vast business and financial Interests
Which can be preserved only tv Its
success, and which would be jeopar
dized, if not destroyed, by tho Repub
licans defeat. Tliese considerations
have sustained the party for years,
even in defiance of the ambitious pro
Jects and base uses which designing
men have mude of this assured and in
GOOD ADVICE TO SENATOR COOPER.
Like a man of robust constitution,
the politicians, assuming that thev
were tho party, have presumed upon
Its inherent strength and vitality to
make overdraft upon Its resources
until it has shown symptoms of pre
mature decrepitude. For this reason
the time hits arrived to remove every
just and Imaginary cauae Of dissatis
faction; And, recognising that fact.lhe
new rules were adopted, ami in addi
tlon to their eminent fairness and the
Imperative demand upon everyone
concerned in their adoption lo sustain
them, they should be put in pruetlee
on the first opportunity as a mere mat
ter of policy. Their propriety is admit
ted, and the duty to enforce them is
apparent as it is impressive. It is the
one question above all others upon
which the public mind is sensitive
Should wo actively aggravate or earn
estly strive to allay this irritation? I
am not in favor ot submitting to un
reasonable demands; butit Is wlseto ap
preciate the Importance of the Inevit
able, and It Is politic us well as lust to
be consistentand straight-forward
Thcorguni,od opposition trtiiuf ticket,
not to the party, is respectable in
character, formidable lu numbers, unci
dangerous to our success. It is not of
that ephemeral and unsubstantial char
acter that it can be lightly "whistled
down the wind." And it is Republi
can and sustains Republican princi
ples, and, for the most part, those
conceineu in it desire the continued
supremancy of the Republicnaii nartv:
but it is madness to close our eves to
1 1. . r . ... ... . . . y
uiu iact iiint me nreaen is a wide one,
and growing in magnitude, nnd that
It is the result of objectionable
methods. What was last year a mere
fissure is now a broad chasm. It is
wiser to take the full measure of our
weakness than to over-estimate our
strength. I have no doubt it is .true
that you huve seen but u few people
who ure in favor of a new convention,
and! haveseen nooue, except you, who
is nut in favor of it; and this probubly
results from the fact that people who
talk to us on the subject tell us what
tney ininit we would nue to hear. H
is sometimes wholesome to hear what
we do not like, and, therefore, I write
you this letter. Too much confidence
sometimes begets recklessness, aud
the most salutary lessons are often
tuught by the communication of un
THE POLITICIANS NOT THE PARTY.
The absence of any one to speak un
pleasant truths to Senator Cameron at
Ills conference with his friends when
lie was in Philadelphia recently was a
misfortune; but he called to his con
sultation only those of his way ni
thinking and acting, or such as hL
peculiar manner subdued into silence,
lie and I are personal friends, and it
has frequently been my pleasure to
cooperate with him when my judg
ment approved his course, us U bus
beeu my privilege to oppose him
when I thought lie was wronif. It
must b9 apparent to you and every
one else that his name is the "redflii"-"
to all Independents and to all Repub
licans of independent tendencies, and
that he la the only obstacle to perfect
harmony in the party, lie is the ob
jective point of the independent revolt,
and against his political methods the
opposition Is organized. It is not
necessary to discuss the question
whether this is just or unjust, reason
able or unreasonable. The fact exists,
and that is tho tning wo Imvo to deal
witli in this emergency He has done
more to confirm those who believed in
their views, and to spread the belief in
others, since the Convention of Inde
pendents than they could have done
during the whole campaign. If hi
absorbing interest in agriculture had
not brought him to Pennsylvania t
attend the Farmers' Club, or if, when
here, he had continued his attention
exclusively to his bucolic pursuits, the
Republicau ticket would stand several
thousands of voles better to-day. lledid
just wiiat tho Independents would like
him to repeat every week. His every
expression, his whole tone and manner,
showed that he regarded this cam
paign us his, the party as Ids property,
and the result of this contest us his
victory or defeut.
At his conference at the Continental
Hotel, he Wus met by aomeof the most
solid and intelligent men of Philadel
phia, and utter hearing their various
views of the situation, it is reported
that lie sprang from the ciiair, and
with clinched lists und stamping feet,
declared: ' No. I don't airee with anv
of you. This thing must be fought
out under the Harrisburg ticket." And
also, "If go down, it will be with
Hying colors." It he did not agree
with any of them, their suggestions
must huve looked to a compromise, u
new convention, or something differ
ent from the Harrisburg ticket. This
Kina ot bluster uuu bruvuilo requires
restraint, and the conference ouuht to
huve adjourned liiin until he got
cured of the toothache. If he wants to
go as far down us he can comfortably
bear tue temperature, una take lit
tle flag witli him, there can be no
reasonable objection to that; but he
had uo right to take tho Republican
parly and the American tinit down
SENATOR CAMERON'S ATTITUDE.
This Senator itemed the advice, and.
by his insolent manner and threaten
ing attitude. Insulted the men he had
called into bis counsels. Such dem
onstrations of urroguuee are ofieusive
to every Repubiiiiun of manly spirit,
aud their tendency is to intensity
rather than allay the popular feeling
against tho Muechiavelli of Pennsyl
vania politics. No amount of sulpnur
ou syntax will claim the turbulent
wave ot a popular tide, and the up
rising of the people which demuuds
the abdication of a dictutor will not be
satisfied by bis being more dictatorial.
This lust demonstration proved that if
the party is to Jive it can be only by
crowding such imperious rulers to the
rear. Because it struck the sensitive
chord in the popular heart, theenemics
of Republicanism gave the name of
"Cameron Convention" to the Re
publican Convention of the 10th of
May; It was done very unjustly, as I
thought, but It was done because the
name made it odious with a large
body of people. While K Is true that
Senator Cameron hod his influence
there, and was able to nominate one
nan ft the tloket ho failed to control
It in many things, nnd It wrts more
fr.e and Independent than any Con
vention had been for many year.
But now it Is to be reconvened, and
you Isitie the call ostensibly by order
of the Committee; but the fact appear
to be tiiat there was no meeting of the
Committee, andthatthecall was Issued
Willi amazing promptness alter the
Senatorial war dance In room No. 4.
of the Continental Hotel, where this
"potent, guve and reverend senior"
prunced around with true Senatorial
dignity to the terror of his trembling
henchmen, and we are thus left under
the painful Impression that tho call
was issued in reality by order of Sena
tor Cameron. This will stamp con
firmation on the allegation that the
second edition at leuBt will bo "Cam
eron's Convention." Suppose we
write the call according to the facts,
Tuo ilcloealos elected to tho TtepublleRn
State Convention hold nt Hnrrlahurit. .Mav,
10, 1SK2. Will conveno lit Hni TlsluirR Weilnc'
diiy. June 21, 182, at 12 o'clock M.. lorilie pur
pose of norainatlnv a (Hngreiinnii-iil-Lai'KC.
Uy order H"J. V. CHineron
Tno.StAS V. Cooper,
What would be the effect of such a
proclamation, and how many would
obey the call? It would be u repeti
tion of the boost of Owen Olendower,
who said he could "cull spirits from
the vasty deep"; but they would not
come. And yot till intelligent people
read the call in Hint way, und so un
derstand It. Do you tiiink that this
shattered party at a time when it had
nearly shaken loose from Cameron ism,
and emancipated itself from tho yoke,
can stand this renewal of supercilious
dictation? Is tlicie no man in the
State to be consulted, and but one to
be obeyed? And is thi to be paraded
before the people lit a timo when free
dom of action is st'uggliiitf against des
potism? If that li the height lo which
the management tan rise, tiie contest
had better be abandoned.
The ticket nominated at Harrisburg,
take it all in all, is one of the best we
huve had for jears, and General
Beaver in pai ticukir lias been in my
mind as the prope- nominee for C4ov
ernor since the itonii nation of Gover
nor Hoyt, and it h unjust to the party
and cruel to the candidates to have
them hundicappe by the most ollcn
sive manifestation of imperious dicta
tion which has lieen exhibited since
the poily has struck for emancipation.
To violate a law tiiilained to redress u
grievance as soon os it is in force is a
poor way to sooth ;be feelings and sat
isfy the demands i ( llie parties aggriev
ed, and I will not be concerned in it.
The nomination ol ticket and the
adoption of a platform constituted the
action of the late Convention, und we
have no more right to strike a man from
the one ihun a pliiulc from the other.
DESPERATE MEASURES NEEDED'
The Committee can call the people
to elect delegatus, and the people, be
ing the source of nil power, can, by
their representatives, abrogate the
rules, adopt a now platform, and nom
inate a ticket, ot they may do uny one
of the?s things find omit the other;.
Aud that is the action required in the
present complication of affairs. The
emergency is uausuul, onu the uction
must be heroic. Let there be a Con
vention culled by the Committees of
both division;), to which the candi
dates should assent, with delegates
elected by tbe people as thev nominate
their Senators and Representatives, to
meet about llii 1st or September, and
nominate a ticket of their choice from
tne present nominees, or otherwise.
A ticket so nominated, undo campaign
commenced on the instant of its being
placed in the field, would rejuvenate
the party and kindle u lire of enthusi
iiyiu in favor of the cai.didates which
would light -up tlris great Common
wealth witli a blaze to illumine Hie
pathway too magnificent triumph.
This or some better plan must be
adopted, or the lUernative which will
result is not dilicult to foresee, anil
the responsibility will fall on those who
stand in the waof it. Tlieeominittees
representing the two branches of the
party, witli consent of the candidates,
if that can be had, must orange the
plans and deta ls, and the candidate
who is not equal to the sacrifice has
not the disinterested patriotism for the
emergency, and may be ignored. The
party is not mode for any man or class
of men but for the good ot'thecountry,
und personal aubitiou must yield to
If the C "on mi i tees are not equul to
the occasion, an I fail to act, the people
in their sovereign capacity must take
the suject in bund, und form the ticket,
as they formed Ihe Republican party.
These are the friendly suggesting und
winnings of a man older than the
party, but witlr tulHcient vigor to
stand by and support his convictions.
The Republican party win us much
the outgrowth of a manly protest
tiguiuat the encrochineiits of slavery
on the soil of freedom und the rights of
ireeuien, and of a dignified contempt
for the overbearing insolence of the ar
rogant slaveholder, us it Was of sym
pathy for the oppressed and down
trodden slave, and Us regeneration will
be the fruit ot u brave resistance to I he
imperious dictation of party usurper-..
In that cause I enlist, and strike this
blow by re. using to obey orders.
A 1 said to yen in my telegram,
" We ditl'er in our choice of roads, but
desire to reach the same end," which
is the success of the Rcpublicun cause.
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Elugunt Square Grand, 8 strings, full
Apruiltai, every improvement, only
$4o. Cabinet Grand Upright $210
und $250. Other Grand Holiday liur
Kainu. Jubilee Organs, $.')5 up (Stool
und Book). Excelsior, tyle 42, Five
seet of Heed, 15 btops, only $87.
"Oriental," style 103, Ten set of Reedn,
20 stops, only 125. No. "bogus" sets
of reeds or dummy" stops. All sent
on 15 days rU,friiiht jree IJ uwutti
factory. Fair und honest dealing
guaranteed. Sheet Musio price.
Piano. Organ, or Music Catalogue free
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., Box
2058, N. Y.
Si B ft w
eg i gar e! r a;
g pp Sill
Us SHORTEST, WUKKLSr and
And air"4B?JjBEBT line lo St. Jewprt,
point Id IowaT2JAt:b1too, Tope lea, tHnl
Hebraska,MlMemi, Kangaon, Dallas, Gal
tat, New Mexico, Arttotra, m35!"?& "Mop,
tana and Texan. .
O JE3L X O -A.
Mita Itoute haiootuperlor fur Albert
T llnmannlli inrl fir Pm1
tnlTersal2S5 Nationally rrputed aft
ly conceded l07 Md tho Great
be the best tqulpped JJESsJh rough Car
Railroad In the World for E. a" i in
.i . . i ill m
II CI MIPS OT iriYPI,
All connections made
Ticket! Tla thliSTr V wl"
Celebrated Lint torOiJr Bod trarellnf
tale at all offices ,nv. luaury. Instead
tho U. 8. and; X V. CVTV of a an-
about Hates of C 'l'
k W f M f
Fare. Sleeping Cm.sZfAf
'rfu Mr airn hv
T. J. POTTER, PERCEVAL LOWELL,
d flee Pra't ti Oen'l Manager, (Jen Patt. AgU
Chicago. 111. Cblcaso, lit,
113 WATER ST., NEW IORK.
Are purer, better, stronger, and longer
known in the market than any other article
cf the kind. Are always sure ami reliable,
end never fail to insure the best results
in cookery. AtU-your grocer fur it and
f ivj it a trial, balisfactiua guaranteed or
THE BEST RNDTHElTalDiRDf
It you intend to " GET THE BEST," E
& aboTa picture In Webster, page 11M, giv
ing the name of each sail, showing the value ol
DEFINITIONS BT IXl.l'STRATIONS.
The pictures in Webster under tho 12 words,
Tleef, lloller. Castle, Column, Eye, Horse,
Moldinga, Phrenology-, Kavelin, Shlpa,
t pages 1164 and 1219) bteam engine, Tim
ers, define SaS words and terms.
New Edition of "WEBSTER, has
118.000 Words, 3000 Engraving.
4600 New Words Cc Meanings, and
of over OTOO Names.
WEIKTBR'S ts the Jjictiiinary usedXCT
In Gorern't Priming Office. 188L. W
Erery State purchase ef Dictionaries TT1
for Schools lias been Webster's. a
Books In tho Tubllo Schools of theT
U. 8. are mainly based on Webster. JO
Salt of Wtbiter't is over SO tiroes the
sale of any other series of Diet's. k3
THIRTY-TWO THOUSAND have been put m
in the public schools of the U. S. X.
Each new edition has become more and
more The FiUtndsrd. Jul
Kteemmtwttd by State Supt's Schools la T"
36 States, and 60 College Pres'U XV
IS IT NOT THE STANDARD f
Irabliahed by 0. C. MERRIAM, Springfield, Ksm.
PERFECTION ST OCK YANK.
TTTA'mt.TIOnT AND- IT108T.PR00F. Th'cwo
V V r.inka are coiiatructc-d of thruc-iucu lumber
Sflcctwl Michigan jiino, an.l are bold toKotiicr with
imiircvwl Lu biHf.o nrranupd that they can bj
??J?P wilh coalnn wreiicb. Wluai oivcred
ith twothli-knii.if common H-ncinuiwilh tar
tioara tK.twn), they sro niado iront-nrot f. Wo ar
Sirseaii.uiiitor..Tsof nilroad tiulia. and aviiily llio
sawn iiriiiciiik-s au.l malci -al to the eoiutrurti'm of
thc-K9 at.x-k tants that wo embody ia our railroad
work. All tnl: are sot up, pisi laarkod, that
luucked liowa uud crated fur sLIiiniutt.
" UT CHEAP BATES OF FRE'CIIT KF.CUREn.
S't-sitave. 8 ft. bottom. Capacity 22 bbls.
" " l" " " ' BO "
Anti-Freezine' iron Force Pumps.
F ittad for anv deili Will ant tnariiMl to anjr cm put Uittm
toyclliT ftPfl Ri" k tlictri wi-rk riVctty.
ECLIPSEWirc'D ENGINE CO.
W. II. WHEELER, MkBer, bELTHT. Wig.
Uuioffrtarinfif tbtvttietirita-'l ttlitu wind uue,tbrw-rHmlu
t furt borw-powrr. iv Cold Mm1rIi likm t WorU'i t uir.
full, ', CeJblwbUUsU, Mtij Atut.kaisa, '1,4 'eUj AlUbU, U.,
tnf devlr. Btind fur IIIuntrMeil ein uUr and pr.rw lUt
nvciHi luuut,-eiuuu to aeenlt tu uuocciivd torrltoj-f
BULL VAPOR BTOVE CO.,
Pontjcw Hi., cor. Cimiiiiilalu, CvvcUitiJ, Ultlo.
Prof. GmMtle's French LIVER PAD
Will pobitively cure Fewr und Ague.
Dumb Ague, Ague Cuke, Itilour
Fever, Jaundice, l)ynpepnia, and ull
diHPtines of tho Liver, ritoniach nnii
Rlotul. Price $1.60 hy mail, hend foi
Prof. Ouilmette'b Truttiae on the Kid
ney and Liver free by mull. Addrem
FEENOH PAD CO.,
For wile by Cbaa. McVeau, 6t
rTiJFHSTrifts -a PHI 111:
'THE HULL VAPOR COOK STOVF.i
Tll P!uliti I
t-SfJ t W emir" audi
IT'll E!S'l5a I pcrl'cot sat I
H 44.1?' V 'iSi I wtaolK,u.
aLivJr'-rr- Jr j ,O0o
Wpi I!frVl " " (f? now in uBe,
' mmidmif2r In fuToi- wliwr-
I it 1 ir utti.l. Dt-
s&f trrTmTML--Jlj mlie wurli
ftif-L ' - ' -i "Aq .-'ti iinimoi
X y-VJ iniuri.i
OVER A MIL-
bron sold In
nnd In I' lHiico
evrry ono .
of will ell linx
nnd hns pcr
When lined nc-
We now 8ny to the nlTllcted and tloubt-
ni(r oiii-s tlml we win pity tne
above reward fo it Mingle
Tlint llie Tnd fulls to cure. Tills urent remedy
in i "iu v.-i.v in. ii i . rniii mci p 1 1 y curt" l.iim
biiiio. 1,111110 :nei.Sel.,ileii,(lr..vel. Iiinlicies.
I'iodhv. Hi liiht's IllHeitxe of tin. I:i,lni l..'
conltuunce biiiI heten.lim nf tin- llrtn i-. i'niii
...ki.u ..j i . i . ' i n I, rilK
nesH. nnd lu fuel nil disorder of llie lllndiler
unit I'rlmir.v UifiniB tvliniher coutruvted by .
privuie uuieiiKc or oiuei w.se.
LADIES, if yoti are HtifTering from
Fomnli! Wetiltness, Leuonrrliu'n, or unv dls
cne of tlio Kidneys, Ulddder, or Urlnnry Or
gtum. YOTt CAN BE CURED I
Without itwnllow'.ng rinnncoiiH medicines, by
simply w cm rin j
French Kidney Pad
Which Cures by Absorption.
Ask your clrup-'lst tor l'HOK. CH'II.MET
Tli'H French Klilney l'ad, Hiwl tnko no other.
If linluiK not tot it, semi b.'.no und you will
rouelvu the lnd by return iimil,
TKSTIMONIAI.H FROM TIIE PKOrLE.
JUDOlJ BUCIiANAN, Lawyer,
Toledo, I)., Hiiys:
"Ono of Trof. (i'iillniette'8 French Kidney
Pidn cured mo ut I.niiibuiio In three weeks
tinio. My ciiko lind been clvcn up by Ilia
best Poctnrs us Incliriilile. Iiiiilni; nil thin
llmo I Kiit'rred untold uyony nnd puld out
Inrge sums of money."
GEORGE VETTTil', J. I'. Toledo, O,
"I si.n"eieit for three yenrs with Selnlleu nn
Ivlilnev JjIhcuso. mid olteli hnil to no ubout on
crutches, 1 was entirely lind iicnnHncnlly
cured tiller wenrlmt 1'rof. Ouilmettc's Freiiuu
Kidney Tad four weeks."
'SQUIRE N. C. 8COTT, Sylvaniit, O.
' I linve been n trrcnt aulferpr for in yrnrs
with llrlKlit s Dlsensi! of the Kidneys. For
weeks lit a tlnel whs uiinble to eel out of
lied; took linrrels of nieiliciiie' but they plvo
me only teiiii'uriiiy relief. I win'e two of
I'rnr. tiiillincite's .illdncy I'm In six wicks,
:inil T now knmv thut I mil entiivlv cured."
MRS. HEl.LEN JEROME.
"For yeius I liuve been eonrlneil.ii frrcnt
purl of the time to my bed, with I.ucon luen
mid femnle weHknes. I worn oni ol liull
inette's Klilni l'.dB und v.'sui cured lu olio
II. B. GREEN, t 1 aalo Grower.
"I sutrererl for H yenrs wltti hiine Imck nnd
In three wi uks permanently cured by wear
lug one ol l'rof. (iuilnietle'K I.lver Puds."
B. F. K EES LI NO, M. 1). Piue-M, .
Lofin ns port, I ml.
When arndlnir In an order for Kidney
Pnd.i, writes: "I wore one of the first on,'
we luel linil I received moro bemilt finiii it
than anyihlni; I every used. In fuel tho
I'ads me lieiter irciieial satlsfaciioii tbuu
any Kidney remedy we ever sold.''
RAY & SHOEMAKER. DriurgiMH.
1 limiiHuil, Mo.
"We nre win klnit ii n lively triule In your
Pad, aud lire heating; of good results from
them every day.''
Every year increases tlie popularity
of this -valuable Hair Preparation
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our oltl patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard ; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep-,
oration for restoring Gray or Faded
Hair to its youthful color, making it
eoft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,,
by its use, becomes white and clean.
It removes all eruptions and dandruff', ,
nnd, by its tonio properties, prevents
tbo hair from fauing out, as it stimu
lates nnd nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, tho hair grows thicker and,
stronger. In baldness, it restores the,
capillary glands to their, normal vigor,
and will create a new growth, except
lu extreme old ago. It is the most,
economical Hair Dressing ever usety
as it rermires fewer applications, ana ,
give3 tho hair a splendid, glossy ap-,
pearanee. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State ,
Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "Tho
constituents aro pure, nnd caiefully
selected for excellent quality; and I
consider it the Best Preparation
for its intended purposes."
Bold by all DruggUti, anil Dealert in lletlteina,
Price Ono Dollar.
FOB THE WHISKERS.
As our Renewer in many cases re
quires too long a time, nnd too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk-.
srs, we have prepared this dye, in one
preparation ; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash olt
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL L CO.,
t r -KiT 11 -,''1' '
STILL LEADS THE WORLD.
50,000 IN URRI
e Ordinary Kerosene.
.'.S?1-008 Z t9 toy Cook .tor'
SEND FOR NEW CIRCULAR.
MYEES, GSBCRN & CO.,
Wsstsrst Bisnch, 41 UK iTEEtr, CHICiKU.
CALL ON OUR LOO I ''