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List of United States Senators and
Representatives.
The following Is a correct roll of the prima
facie members of the Fifty-first Congress, in
cluding those elected to fill vacancies caused
by death and resignations and tho3e chosen by
the four new States. The latter have all elected
their House members, but Montana Is yet to
choose two United States Senators:
SENATE.
fT.AHAlIA
Term expires. Term axpiret.
James L. Pugh, D. 18911 John T. Morgan, D.1895
ARKANSAS.
James K. Jones, D..1891James H. Berry, D..1S95
CAUKOICflA.
Iceland Stanford, B.lS91(3corge Hearst, D...1893
COLORADO.
Henry M.Teller,R...1891E'dO.'Wolcott, B..1895
CONNECTICUT.
OrvUleH. Piatt, R..1691 Jos. K. Hawley,R..1893
DELAWARE.
George Gray, D 1893Anth'y Higgins, B. .1885
FLORIDA.
"Wilkinson CaU, D...1891iSamuel Pasco, D... 1883
GEORGIA.
Joseph E.Brown, D.191A. H. Colquitt, D...1895
ILLINOIS.
C. B. Farwell, B....16911S. M. Cullom, B....1E95
INDIANA.
D. W. Voorhees, D..1S91D. S. Turpie, D....1893
IOWA.
Wm. B. Allison, K..1891J. F. "Wilson B.....1B95
KANSAS.
John J. IngaUs, B...1S91P. B. Plumb, B....1895
KENTUCKY.
J.C.S.Blackburn, D.1891James B. Beck, D..1895
LOUISIANA.
James B. Eustis, D.1B311R. L. Gibson, D....1895
MAINE.
Eugene Hale, R.. ..1893AVm. P. Frye, B.. ..1893
MARYLAND.
E. K. "Wilson, D....1891A- P. Gorman, D...1893
MASSACHUSETTS.
Henry L. Dawes,R..18931Geo. F. Hoar, B..1895
MICHIGAN.
F.B.Stockbridge,R.18931James McMillan, B.1895
MINNESOTA.
Cus'm,nKJ)avis,R.lS931W. D."Washburn,B.189o
Mississippi
Jas. Z. George, D...1893Ed. a "Walthall, D.1895
MISSOURI.
George G. Vcst,D..lS31F. M. Cockrell, D..1893
NEBRASKA.
A. S. Paddock, B...18331C. F. Manderson,B.1895
NEVADA.
John P. Jones, R...1891W. M. Stewart, B..1893
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Henry "W. Blair, E. .18911 V. E. Chandler, B. .1896
NEW JERSEY.
Kufus Blodgett, D..1893J. R. McPherson...l895
NEW YORK.
"Win. M. Evarts, R..1891Frank Hlscock, R..1893
NORTH' CAROLINA.
Zebulon B.Vance,D.lS91 Matt W. Ransom, D.1895
NORTH DAKOTA.
Gilbert A.Pierce,R.lS91 Lyman B. Casey, R.1893
OHIO.
Henry B. Payne, D.lS91John Sherman, B...1S93
OREGON.
John H. Mitchell, R. 1891 Joseph Dolph, B.. ..1895
PENNSYLVANIA.
Jas. D. Cameron, R.1891Matthew S.Quay,R.1893
RHODE ISLAND.
Nel'n"W. Aldrich,R.1893Nathan F. Dison,R.1895
SOUTH CAROLINA.
"Wade Hampton, D.1891Matt C. Butler, D..1895
SOUTH DAKOTA.
Gid'n C. Moody, R..1891R. F. Pettlgrew, R..1893
TENNESSEE.
TVm. B. Bate, D.. ..1893IL G. Harris, D 1893
TEXAS.
J. H. Reagan, D.... 1893 Richard Coke, D...1895
VERMONT.
J. S. Morrill, R. 1891IG. F. Edmunds, R..1893
VIRGINIA.
J."W. Daniel, D....18931J. S. Barbour, D...1595
WASHINGTON,
"W. C. Squire. R....18911John B. Allen, R...1893
WEST VIRGINIA.
C. J. Faulkner, D...1893John E. Kenna, D..1805
WISCONSIN.
J. C. Spooner, B.. ..lS31PhUotus Sawyer,R.1893
SUMMARY.
Republicans 45)Democrats 87
HOUSE.
ALABAMA.
&i$t. Nominees.
1. R.H. Clarke D
Dut. Nominees.
5. James E. Cobb...D
6. J. H. Bankhead..D
2. H. A. Herbert.... D
8. "William C. OatsD
7. w. H. Forney.. ..D
4. Lewis "W.Turpin.Dl 8. Joseph "Wheeler.. D
ARKANSAS.
1. "William H. Cato..D 4. John H. Rogers..D
2. C.R.BreckinridgcD 5. Samuel "W. Peel..D
S. T. C. McRae D
CALIFORNIA.
1. J. J. De Haven.... R 4. "W. "W. Morrow... R
2. Marion Biggs.. ..D 5. T. J. Clunie D
3. Joseph McKennaR 6. "W. A. Vandever..R
COLORADO.
HoseaTownsend..R
CONNECTICUT.
1. "W. E. Simcnds....R 3. C. A. Russell ....R
2. "W.F. "WiUcox....D 4. Frederick Miles... B
DELAWARE.
J. B. Pennington..D
FLORIDA.
1. E.H.M.Davidson.Dl 2. Robert "W.BullockD
GEORGIA. ,
1. RuIusE. Lester... D
2. Hnry G.Turner.D
6. James H. Blount. D
7. J. C. Clements... .D
8. Henry C. Carlton.D
Allen D. Candler.D
George T .Bames.D
rois.
8. Charles F. Crisp.D!
4. T. "W. Grimes.. ..D
5. John D. Stewart.D
ZLLTJ
1. Abner Taylor Rl
11. "William H. Gest.R
12. Scott "Wiket D
2. Frank Lawier.. .u
5. William E.MasonR
4. George E. AdamsR
6. Albert J.HopkinsR
6. Robert R. Hitt.. .R
7. T.J. Henderson.. R
13. VY. M. Springer.. D
14. J.H. Rowells....R
15. Joseph C. CannonR
16. George "W.FithianD
17. Edward Lane.... D
18. W. S. Fonnan...,D
19. James R.WilliamsD
8. Charles A. Hill... .R
9. Lewis E.Payson..R
10. Philip S. Post.... R 30. George "W. Smith.R
INDIANA.
1. "Wm. F. Parrott. . .D
8. E. V. Brookshire.D
9. Jos. B. Cheadle..R
10. "Wm. D. Owens... R
2. John H. 0Neall..D
8. James B. Brown.. D
4. "Wm. S. Holman..D
6. Geo. "W. Cooper... .D
6.T. M. Browne R
7. "Wm. D. Bynum..D
11. A. N. Martin D
12. C.A.O. McClellan.D
13. B. F. ShiTely D
IOWA.
1. John H. Gear R
2. "Walter L Hayes.D
8. D. B. Hendcrson.R
4. John H. Sweeney.. R
6. Daniel Kerr R
7. Edwin H. Conger.R
8. James P. Flick... .R
9. Joseph R. Reed...R
10. Joseph P. Dolliver.R
11. Isaac C. Struble..R
6. John F. Lacey. . . . . R
KANSAS.
I.E. N.Morrill Rl
5. John A. AndersonR
ft. E. J. Turner R
7. Samuel B. Peter.R
2. E. H. Funbton...R
a B. "W. Perkins.... R
4, Harrison Kelly R
KENTUCKY.
1. William J. StoneD
2. William Ellis D
8. H. Goodnight D
4. A.B.MontgomeryD
6. Asher G. Caruth.D
6. John G. Carlisle..
7.VT.C P. Breckin
ridge D
a J. B.McCreary...D
9. T. H. Paynter .1)
10. JohnH. Wi:wa...R
111. Frank H.Finley..B
LOUISIANA.
1. T. G. "Wilkinson..D 4. N. a Blanchard.D
2. H. D.Coleman R 5. C. J. Boatnert....D
3. Andrew Price. ...D 6. S. M. Robertson.D
MAINE.
1. Thomas B. Rced.R 3. Seth Lu MIlliken.R
2. Nelson Dingloy..R 4. C. A. BouteUe....B
MARYLAND.
L Chas. H. Gibson..D 4. H. Stockbridge....R
2. Herman Stump D 5. Barnes Compton..D
8. H. "Welles Rusk..D 6. L. E. McComas...B
MASSACHUSETTS.
1. Chas. S. Randall.. .R
7. "Wm. Cogswell.... R
& F. T. Greenhalge..R
9. J. "W. Candlert....R
18. J. H. "Walker R
11. Rodney Wallace... B
12. F. W. Rockwell...B
2. Elijah A. Morse... R
JohnF. Andrew.. .D
L Jos.H. O'Neill.. ..D
B. N.P.Banks R
C Henry C. Lodge.. R
MICHIGAN.
1. J. L. Chipman....D 7. J. B. Whiting..... D
8. E. P. Allen R a Aaron T. Bliss... . .R
3. James 0'Dohnell.R 9. B. M. Cutchcon...R
4. J. C. Burrows R 10. F. H. Wheeler.. ...R
5. Chas. E. Belknap..R 11. S. M. Stephenson..R
ft. Mark L. Brewer.. R
MINNESOTA.
1. MarkH.DunneltI.R 4. Sam'el P. Snyder
2. JohnLind R 5. S. G. Comstock...R
8. D.S.HaU R
MISSISSIPPI.
1. John M. Allen.. ..Dl 5, C. L. Anderson...D
3. James B.Morgan.D 6. T. R. Stockdale..D
. T. C. Catchiags..D 7. Chas. E. Hooker.D
4. Clarke Lewis. D
MISSOURL
Ju Wm.H. Hatch.. .Dl
& F.G.NiedringhausJ
9. Nathan Frank B
8. Chas. H. M&nsur.D
t. A. H. Dockery...D
4. R. P-C. Wilson... D
10. Wm. N. Kinsey . . .B
11. R.P. Bland D
12. Wm. J. Stone.... D
13. Wm. H. Wade...B
14. Jas. P. Walker... D
S. JohnC. Tarsney..D
a, jonnT. Heara...D
fcK.H. Norton D
MONTANA.
Thos. H. Carter... J r
NEBRASKA.
W.J. ConneH.....H 3. G. W. E. Dorsey. M
GUbertL. Laws..R
NEVADA.
Horace F. BartineR
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Alonzo Nute B 2. OrreaC. Moore... B
NEW JERSEY.
C. A. Bergen B 5. C. D. BeckwitH...B
James Buchanan R . H. Lehlbach B
J.A.GeissenhainerD 7. Wm. McAdoo.....D
Samuel Fowler... D
NEW YORK.
James W. Covert..Dia J.A-QuackenbnshB
Felix Campbeli...D 19. Charles Tracey.D
Wm. C. Wallace...B 20. John Stanford.... .R
John M. Clancy... D 21. JohnMofflt B
Thos. M. Magner..D 22. F. Lansing B
Chas. H. Turner...D 23. Jas. S. Shennan..B
E. J. Dunphy. D 24. David Wilber. . . .R
Jno. H. McCarthy.D 25. Jas. J. Belden....R
A. J. Cummings...D 26. Milton Delano....B
F. B. Spinola.....D,27. SerenoE. Payne. .B
JohnQuinn. D2a Thos. S. Flood... B
B.P. Flower D 29. John Raines B
Ashbel P. Fitch'.D
W. G StahlneckerD
30. Chas. S. Baker... B
31. John G. Sawyer..B
32. J. M. Farquhar...B
33. John M. Wiley.... D
34. Wm.G.Laidlaw.
Moses D. Stivers . .R
John H. KetchamR
Charles J. Knapp.R
NORTH CAROLINA.
Thos. E. Skinner..D 6 Alfred Rowland..D
H. P. Cheatham.. .R 7. J. S. Henderson..D
C. W.McClammy.DI 8. W. H. H. Cowles.D
Benj. H. Bunn .Dl 9. H. G. Ewart B
J. M.Brower Rl
NORTH DAKOTA.
H. C. Hansbrough.R.
OHIO.
B. Butterworth. .R
John A. Caldwell..R
E. S. Williams.. .R
Samuel S. Yoder.D
Geo. E. Seney D
M. M. Boothman.R
Henry L. Moreyt..R
R. P. Kennedy.... R
Wm. C. Cooper... R
Wm. E. Haynes...D
A. C. Thompson. R
12". J. J. Pngsley....B
ia J. H. Outhwaite.D
14. C. P. Wickham..R
15. C. H. Grosvenor.R
16. James M. Owens..D
17. J. D. Taylor B
ia W.McKinley,Jr..K
19. EzraB. Taylor.. B
20. M. L. Smyser.....R
21. T. E. Burton B
OREGON.
Blnger Hermann..R
PENNSYLVANIA.
H. H. Bingham.. ,R
Charles O'Neill.. R
S. J. Randall..... D
Wm. D. Kelley...R
A. C. Harmer R
S. Darlington.. ..R
R.M.Yardley....R
Wm. Mutchler....D
D. B. Brunner. D
Marriott B rosins. .R
J. A.Scrantont...R
E. S. Osborne R
15. Myron B. Wright.R
16. H. C. McCormickR
17. C. R. Buckalewt..D
ia L. E. Atkinson... B
19. LeviMaish. D
20. Edward Seull ...B
21. S. A. Craig B
22. John Dalzell R
23. T. M.Bayne B
24. J. Warren Bay.... B
25. C. C. Townsend...B
26. W. C. Culbertson.B
27. Lewis F. Watson.B
2a James Kerr D
James B. ReiUy..D
JohnW. Rife R
RHODE ISLAND.
H. L. Spooner.... R 2. W. O. Arnold..... B
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Samuel Dibble. ..D
Geo.D. Tillman ..D
Jas. S. Cothran...D
Wm.H. Perry.... D
5. Jno. J. Hemphill.D
a Geo. W.Dargan..D
7. WilliamElliott...D
SOUTH DAKOTA
Oscar F. Gifford. . . R 2. John A Pickler.
TENNESSEB.
AlfredA. Taylor.. .R
L. CHouk R
H. Clay Evans.... R
Benton McMillin.D
6. J. E. Washington.D
7. W.C.Whitthorne.D
a Benj. A. Enloe . ..D
9. Rice A. Pierce. . . . . D
10. James Phelan D
J. D. Richardson.D,
TEXAS.
Charles Stewart.. Dl
7. Wm. H. Crain....J3
8. L. W. Moore. D
9. Roger Q. Mills . . .D
10. Joseph D.Sayers.D
11. S. W.T.Lanham..D
Wm. H. Martin... D
C.B. Kilgore D
D.B. Culberson... D
Silas Hare. D
J03.H. Abbott... Di
VERMONT.
JohnW. Stewart.RI 2. Wm.W. Grout... B
VIRGINIA.
T. H.B. Browne..R
Geo. E. Bowden..R
George D. Wise..D
Edw'd C. Venable.D
Peter G. Lester... D
6. Paul C. Edmunds. D
37. Chas.T.O'FerraU.D
a Wm. H. F. Lee...D
9. John A.Buchanan.D
10. Henry S. Tuckx..D
WASHINGTON.
JohnS. Wilson... .R
WEST VIRGINIA.
Jno. O. Pendleton. Dl 2. John D. Alderso..D
Wm. L. Wilson...D 4. James M.Jackson.D
WISCONSIN.
Luc'nB. Caswell.R
Charles Earwig.... D
R.M.LaFollette.R
LW. Van Schalckt.R
Geo. H. Brickner..D;
6. Charles B. Clark.R
7. O. B. Thomas.. ..B
8. Nels P. Haugen .B
9. Myron H. MctordLB
THE TERRITORIES.
ARIZONA.
Marcus A. Smith D.
IDAHO.
Frederick T.Dubois B.
NEW MEXICO.
Antonio Joseph D.
UTAH.
JohnT. Caine Mor.-D.
WYOMING.
Joseph M. Carey B.
Member of the Fiftieth Congress.
tMember of a preceding Congress.
SUMMARY.
State.
Alabama..
Bep. Bern.
State.
Nevada..
Rep. Dem.
8
I
Arkansas1
California 4
Colorado l
Connecticut.... 3
Delaware
Florida ..
Georgia
Illinois 13
Indiana 3
Iowa 10
Kansas..'. 7
Kentucky 2
Louisiana 1
Maine 4
Maryland 2
Massachusetts 10
Michigan 9
Minnesota 5
5
N. Hampshire
New Jersey... 4
New York 19
North Carolina 3
North Dakota . 1
Ohio 16
Oregon 1
Pennsylvania.. 21
Rhode Island.. 2
South Carolina. ..
South Dakota.. 2
10
Tennessee 3
Texas
Vermont 2
Virginia 2
Washington. .. 1
West Virginia. ..
Wisconsin.. .. 7
Total 169
Republi'n maj.. 8
Mississippi
Missou
rl 4
10
161
Montana
Nebraska
GOSSIP OF THE GREAT.
Menexik III., King of Abyssinia, ia
tho son of a beggar woman who took th
fancy of bis royal father.
Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife, is
fond of drawing, and is said to bo a
really meritorious artist.
The King of Bavaria receives an in
come of 81,000,000 a year from the profits
of the Hofbrauhaus brewery.
The Grand Duchess Sergius, of Bus
Bia, is a distinguished authoress, now
writing tho lives of the Empresses of
Eussia.
The Shah of Persia begot a peculiar
passion 'in England. He bocame infat
uated with cape-coats and hadalarg
number made of all colors and from va
rious kinds of materials.
The rumor that the Prince of Walea
is suffering from Bright's disease seems
to be confirmed. There is no doubt that
tho English royal family is plunged in
gloom, and that Victoria is worried
about tho succession. According to th
latest reports the Prince's physicians
have informed him that he has not
more than two years' leas of life. His
trip to Egypt will be undertaken to re
lieve, if possible, his mind of its present
despairing tone. He has always had a
presentiment that he would never be
King of England, and he is now con
vinced that his forebodings were cor
rect. The young German Emperor has
shown himself a most astonishing trav
eler during his short reign. He came
to the throne in June, 18S8. Since that
time he has spent less time at home
than in traveling, having visited the
following places: St. Petersburg, Den
mark, Sweden, Frankfort, Sonnenburg,
Dresden, Detmold, Stuttgart, Munich,
Vienna, Borne, Naples, Hamburg, Leip
zig, Breslau, Wilhehnshaven, Stettin,
Buckeburg, Posen, Oldenburg, Schwedt,
Weimar, Eisenach, Kiel, Brunswick,
Sigmaringen, Norway, England, Bay
reuth, Karlsruhe, Strasburg, Mete,
Munster, Dresden. Hindsa and Hanover.
THE DAVIS OBSEQUIES.
CeremoBlM AtteadtBg Che Fueral ef Jef
fersoB DbtU Bt New Orlen-Tke Ex
Coafaderate Chief Buried With Military
Hoao'n.
New Orleans, Dec 12. Yesterday
could not have been more beautiful.
At seven o'clock the sun burst forth
and a beautiful Southern day dawned
for the obsequies of the Southern chief
tain, Jefferson Davis.
The city was crowded with thousands
of people, representing the prominence,
the wealth and the chivalry of the
Southern States. Six or seven Govern
ors were here, attended by their staffs,
and bringing with them great delega
tions of people.
A dozen companies from Georgia,
Texas, Mississippi and Alabama were
here, and with the Louisiana State Na
tional guard and the volunteer militia
of New Orleans participated in the pa
rade. The crush on the streets exceed
ed any thing that has been wit
nessed here on the occasion of the car
nival festivities. Across in Lafayette
square, just opposite the city hall, a
dense multitude gathered and Canal
street, Camp and St. Charles were
crowded with people from all over the
country.
The floral decorations were added to
yesterday morning. They came from
every State and city in the South, and
wer superb in their design and finish.
The town was draped from one end to
the other with most elaborate showings
of black. Business fronts and resi
dences that were barren of mourning
emblems Tuesday were covered, and
every bit of bunting there was in the
city flew on a staff at half mast.
As soon as the doors of the city hall
were opened, a stream of visitors began
to pour through the death chamber to
take a farewell view of the remains of
the famous Confederate leader. The
crowd of visitors was even greater than
that of Tuesday, there being hundreds
of people from abroad whose visit to
the city had been delayed.
It was not until 11:30 o'clock that the
lid of the casket was closed down for
ever upon the features of the dead.
The remains were then conveyed to the
front portico of the city hall building,
where the simple but impressive rites
of the Episcopal Church were per
formed. LaFayette square in front of the city
hall and the streets were densely
packed with people, and the balconies
and every available space from which
the procession could be reviewed was
crowded in the extreme.
By universal request, Mr. Davis was
given a funeral in full accord with his
superior rank as a military officer; in
addition to which the numerous civic
and other organizations combined to
render the cortege in all respects
most imposing, not only with reference
to numbers, but in the pomp and
circumstances of its elaborate cere
monial. At 12:10 the casket was conveyed
from the memorial room to an impro
vised catafalque in the center of the
front portico, whose massive pillars
were entwined with a profusion of
crepe. Over the casket was thrown the
soft folds of a silken flag of the "Lost
Cause," as also the glittering saber
with which the dead soldier had carved
fame and honor for himself, and
glory and victory for his country
on the crimson fields of Chapultepec
and Monterey.
The obsequies, which were according
to the ritual of the Episcopal Church,
were conducted by Bishop Galleher, as
sisted by five officiating clergymen of
various denominations.
At the conclusion of the religious
services the casket was borne by a de
tachment of soldiers to the handsomely
decorated caisson which had been pre
pared especially for its reception, and
on which it was to be conveyed to the
cemetery. From the caisson rose a
catafalque, consisting of a unique and
beautifully designed canopy, measur
ing from base to dome eight feet in
length and four feet in width and sup
ported by six bronze cannon.
As the funeral cortege traversed the
streets, from the turrets of every
church a knell was tolled, the clank of
sabers and the tramp of iron-shod feet
echoed along the interminable lines,
while soul-subduing dirges blended
with the solemn booming of the minute
guns. Parts of the city not directly
located on the line of march, or in any
wise remote from the scene of pageant,
were literally depopulated, their in
habitants having gathered in countless
numbers on the banquettes and other
available places from which an easy
view of the marching column could be
had.
Bishop Thompson opened the cere
monies by reading the first portion of
the Episcopal burial service.
Then T. S. Sappington, of company
B, Tenth United States infantry, sta
tioned at Mount Vernon barracks,
Ala., sounded the bugle call of taps
and Bishop Galleher read the second
portion of the ritual, consigning the
body to the grave.
An anthem by W. H. Walter was
sung by the choristers to a cornet ac
companiment. Bishop Thompson re
cited the Lord's prayer in which the
choir, the clergy and the general public
joined, and then the beautiful "Bock of
Ages" was rendered and the religious
rites were over.
The Braxos Improvements.
Fort Worth, Tex., Dec. 12
Thomas J. Hurley has just returned
from Europe, where he went in the (in
terest of the mouth of the Brazos
scheme. With him comes Sir John
Moore, an engineering expert sent over
by English capitalists to report on the
work being done. If this report is as
favorable as the report of the first en
gineer sent over by the Britishers, the
Brazos improvement will be pushed re
gardless of cost. Thirteen feet of
water on the bar has been secured.
This is the largest private undertaking
of this kind ever known in the South.
FROM LANDS AFAR.
Italy mas 4,800,000 trees, which pro
iuce 1,260,000,000 lemons per annum. '
It is proposed to light up horses' heads
with eejctrio light during fogs in Lon-!
don.
There are now sixteen Browning so
cieties in the various provincial towns
of England.
CsEiLknos is coming more and mora
into vogue in Germany. At Gotha 100
bodies have been cremated since Janu
ary 1.
At the Paris Exhibition of 1867 the
theaters took in 92,100,000, at the expo
sition of 1878 $2,600,000, and in 1889 $3,
050,000. The Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals in Switzerland has
resolved to banish cats from the republic
on the ground that they are killing oft
the birds. B -
CATARRH.
Catarrhal Deafness Hay Fever A New
Home Treatment.'
Sufferers are not generally aware that
these diseases are contagious, or that they
aro due to the presence of living parasites
in the lining membrane of the nose and
eustachian tubes. Microscopic research,
however, has proved this to be a fact, and
the result of this discovery is that a simple
remedy has been formulated whereDy
Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness
are permanently cured in from one to three
simple applications made at home by the
patient once in two weeks.
N. B. This treatment is not a snuff or an
ointment; both have been discarded by
reputable physicians as injurious. A pamph
let explaining this new treatment is sent on
receipt of three cents in stamps to pay
postage by A. H. Dixon & Son, cor. of John
and King Street, Toronto, Canada. Chris
tian Advocate.
Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should
carefully read the above.
r
How pbovokixg it is when you want to
give vent to your temper by slamming a
man's office door behind you to have one of
those "air" arrangements close it for you
never so gently. Berkshire News.
m
Egypt and Jerusalem Via the Azores, Gib
raltar, Naples and Rome.
Geo. May Powell, of Philadelphial is act
ing as special manager for organizing a
tour of ladies and gentlemen to visit the
East. The ocean steamer "Circassian,"
4,274 tons, has been chartered to start with
the party from New York February 19th.
Return through France, England and Scot
land about Maypth the second section ar
riving in New York not far from June 7th.
The main tour will cost less than $500 in
its cheapest form. Radiatory excursions to
Ephesus. Constantinople. Vienna, etc., can
be added for a reasonable increase of ex
pense. Kollo Floyd, tho prince of Syrian Drago
men, will have charge of the Oriental Sec
tion; and Messrs. Gaze & Son, of London,
.have been engaged to manage the European
Section. Rev. Dr. C. F. Thomas, an expe
rienced director of foreign tours, will have
general charge en route. A number of young
ladies have already been booked, as Mrs.
Thomas will have charge of a department
for them.
This will be by far the most for the money
ever before offered in this line. For further
particulars address "Circassian," P. O.
Box 700, Philadelphia, Pa.
If women were elected to our Legislatures
there would be no scarcity of candidates for
Speaker. Kearney Enterprise.
Only One Night Oat to Florida.
When you come to think of it, theMonon
Route has shortened the time to thirty
seven hours and twenty minutes between
Chicago and Jacksonville, Fla., and affords
choice of interesting tourist routes via
either Indianapolis and Cincinnati, or Lou
isville and Burgin through the famous blue
grass regions of Kentucky. The magnifi
cient system of Pullman's Perfected Safety
Vestibuled Sleepers constitutes practically
a Throudh Car Line between Chicago, Jack
sonville, Tbomasville, New Orleans and the
Southern Winter Resorts, the transfer con
sisting in merely being ushered from one
Pullman car into another.
At Chattanooga is agam afforded choice
of lines en route to Jacksonville, either line
of which passes through scenes of histor
ical interest. Four times every day in the
year the beautiful trains of the Monon
Route leave Chicago for the South. Intend
ing tourist to Florida and the charming
cities of the Gulf Coast can gain interest
ing particulars by addessing any Ticket
Agent of theMonon Route, or James Barker,
General Passenger Agent, 185 Dearborn
Street, Chicago.
The .baldheaded man has one comfort
No one can accuse him of being hair
brained. Binghamton Republican.
-
Oslt 5695 minutes from Chicago to Cali
fornia by tho Santa Fe Route. You get the
only line of through cars without change
Chicago to Los Angeles, and you save 27
hours' time.
Thb man with one suit of clothes can
speak of moths without shuddering Scran
ton Truth.
Will be found an excellent remedy for
sick headache. Carter's Little Liver Pills.
Thousands of letters from people who have
used them prove this fact. Try them.
The letters our wives don't care if we do
keep in our pockets instead of posting
them V's andX's. Detroit Free Press.
Cocghs and Colds. Those who are suf
fering from Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
etc., should try Brown's Bronchial
Troches. Sold nly in boxes.
It is paradoxical, to say the least, that the
higher classes are the lore classes, and the
lower the hire. Lawrence American.
Are unlike all other pills. No purging or
pain. Act specially on the liver and bile.
Carter's Little Liver Pills. One pill a dose.
. .
The less a woman believes in a man the
greater the respect he is apt to feel toward
her. Milwaukee Journal.
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar re
lieves whooping cough.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in 1 minute.
' Somethtso attractive in the way of a
cigarette holder a pretty girl's mouth.
Rochester Post-Express.
It is the lie abilities, asset were, that
make the successful assignor. Albany Ex
press. .
A rare opportunity to make $500.00 before
Christmas. Address with ref. Gast,St.Louis.
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Man wants but little here below, but
when he can't get it he is in want of every
thing.
The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure
for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 25c.
THE GOOD OFFICE OF:
Y & "weU illustrated in
fJLu aa1C the cure of neuralgia.
k) Ifll'lllK'the chief symptom of
MilllUllX which is, an intermlt
rl5P2L.T2p' tingpain which follows
J I armCI the course of the nerve
i 111 affected. St. Jacobs Oil
S V1L by gentle rubbing and
applied frequently, will cure
NEUBAL.G IA.
196 Sackett St, Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan.31, 1S89.
I was token with neuralgia In side and
affered 6 months. I was given up by doc
tors, but was cured by St. Jacobs OiL
MICHAEL MCGINN.
At Drcggbts jlsd Dealers.
IK CftABLES A. V06ELEI CO., laMMTt.B&
Conraaaptlea SmmIv Car. I
To the Editor: PleasA infnm, --!
readers that I have a positive remedy for
the above named disease. By its thnely
use thousands of hopeless cases have been
S2nftlycured- I shall be glad to send
two ootues of my remedy free to any of
your readers who have consumption if they
will send me their express and postroffice
address. Respectfully, T. A. Sloccm, M. C.
181 Pearl street. New York.
A good thing for young speculators to
remember is that as a rule there is some
thing crooked about a straight tip. Harp-
A Cure of Catarrh
in the head, as well as of all bronchial, throat
and lung diseases, if taken in time, is ef
fected by using Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovers-, or money paid for it will be
promptly returned.
A mobx pleasant phyiic
Ton nerer will find
Than Pierce's small Pellets,"
The Purgative kind.
It looks like a blackmailing scheme for
any alderman to suggest that the city
should move away and give the railroads a
chance. N. O. Picayune.
"We value everything in this world by
comparison. "Water and air have no intrins ie
value, and yet Jay Gould, if famishing in the
desert, would give all his wealth for a pint
of the former, and think it cJitap; hence, life
and health are the standard of all values. If
your system is full of Malaria j-ou will be
very miserable; a few doses of Shallenberg
ers Antidote will make you well and hap
py. Is one dollar a high price to pay?
The philosopher is like the moon hi
brightness is due to reflection. He is not
always bright when he is full, however.
Terre Haute Express.
Oregon, tho Paradise of Fanners.
Mild, equable climate, certain and abundant
crops. Best fruit, grain, grass, stock country
in the world. Full information free. Address
Oregon Immigration Board,Portland,Oregon
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The people who give tone to society sel
dom give any thing else.
"Washing powders are strong alkalies, and
ruin clothes. The purest soap obtainable is
the best and cheapest, Dobbins' Electric
Soap has been acknowledged for 24 years to
be the purest of all. Try it right away.
The difference between a bitter bite and
a biter bit is marked. N. O. Picayune.
Smoke the best "Tansill's Punch" Cigar.
Know thyself. If you can't get the requi
site information, run for office. Time.
Helpless 40 Days
"For 23 rears I have suffered with sciatic rheu
matism. Last November I was taken worse than
ever, and was unable to get out of the house. I.was
almost helpless for forty davs. suffering great
apony all the time. In December I commenced
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. After the second
Dottle I was able to be out and around and attend
tobuslness. I took five bottles, andam now so free
from rheumatism that only occasionally I feel it
sllghtlr on a-sudden change of weather. I have
great confidence in Hood's Sarsaparilla." ClXARLZS
Hannah. Christie, Clarke Co., Wis.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared only
by C. 1. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass
IOO Doses One Dollar
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A Noted Divine Says:
"I have been using Tntt's Liver Pills
for Dyspepsia. "Weak Ntomacb and
Costivencss, with' which I have lone;
been afflicted.
Ms Pills
ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING.
I never had anything to do me so ranch
good. I reccommend them to all as
tho best medicine in existance."
Rev. Jf . It. OSGOOD, Kc-r Tork.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
TRADE
MARK.
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The Braid that is known
the world around.
I CURE FITS!
When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop them
for a time and then have them return again. I mean a
radical core. I have made the disease of FITS, EPI
LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-Ion? study. I war
rant my remedy to euro the worst cases. Because
others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a
cure. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Oire Express and Post-Office.
K 6. ROOT. M. O, 18S Pearl Street, New York.
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CATARRH
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Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Phvsicia
rna lieM all 1A fallo. Pleasant and aerreeable to
taste. Children take it without
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Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneyiy
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tha
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50a
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may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
any substitute.
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the word "Goodyear" on them, as that name m
used by other companies on inferior goods to
catch tne trade that tho Wales Goodyear Shoo Co.
has established by always making good jmodsv
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