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TEE GREAT TRIBUNAL.
Positions on the Com
Democratlo and Republican
Caucuses to be HeldTo-Day
President Grant will approve
the Bill In a Special
Kellogg and Packard Receivo An
other Rebuff from the
Republican Officials Generally
Recognizing the Nicholls
Kellogg'a Determination to Make
. Himself Essential to the Party.
(apt. Ends Bill Aint th IJovcrn
man Ir (! for FhjiiipuI.
(Special to the St. LouU Kepiihlican. )
FRECKPIXG A.V KI.KCTION.
' Wabuixgtox, Jan. 23. The hotel to
night present somewhat the Appearance
they do preceding the day of an election
ot speaker of the house. Now, to the
khame of the house be it said, the candi
dates at work are the candidates for the
tribunal positions, which by no means
should be secured through common
usages at state and county conventions.
There are at least a dozen tickets in the
Held to be acted upon b' the Demo
cratic caucus to-morrow night. The
principal candidates named, including
those who arc unblutshiugly naming
themselves, arc Hunter, Payne, Morri
son, Tucker, Field, Springer, Hewitt,
Knott, Lamar, Lyndo, Wood and even
AWED TO IHtf
Are s.vcral ol the tunall fiy, who arc al
ways candidates but nver stand any
chance of election, l'robably the most
generally known ticket is composed of
either Tucker or Hunter for the first
man. Morrison and Payne. Neither of
these gentlemen are stooping to the ma
nipulatloiu of the average caucus candi
date, and frorujthat fact gain the strength
and promlnsuce they hold. To-night 1
D. Field Is also spoken of with great fa
vor. Morrison probably is at the head
of all because of his ability and because
of his thorough acquaintance with the
tacts In Louisiana.
THIS LAST RLCOMMKNDATION
Was what helped greatly in placing Gar
field in the field by the Republicans. It
may be remarked hero that Garfield's
fh"aiiy'of the Democrats! For awhile
they talked ot bolting him. That, how
ever, has been about given up, as it Is
seen that if they did the Jiepuhlicans in
the senate would bolt the men chosen by
the Democrat or that body, and they
can ill-aflord to lose either Thurman or
liayard. The Republican senators were
to have caucussed yesterday to deter
mine, upon their three members ot the
tribunal, but a postponement until to
morrow morning was had
BECAUSE THE BITTER ANIMOSITY
Which sprung up among the brethren in
the late debate had not yet been enough
abated to permit ot harmonious workln
the caucus. The extreme Radicals are
Terj; mad at Conkllng, and will fight him
to the last Inch. They will agree to Howe
iu his place, providing Ldmund and
Morton are the other two. This will
probably be the selection. Now that the
bill has passed, Morton, Sherman and
Garfield are anxious to perform some act
under its operation. They understand
that after the malignant fight they have
mail. .hnnl.l It I
v. buwiuu uayes ua agreed upon
through the decisions of the tribunal,
they will have no claim upon his admin
istration. This certainly U a result that
would add to the satlslactiou that would
be felt should Hayes be decided upon by
Republicans arc chuckling a good ileal
to-night over some dispatches delivered
up to Morton's committee which were
fcent to and from Oregon. One is in
cipher to Gov. Tllden, and to-morrow
1'elton Is to be called upon to give a key
to the cipher by which this and the nu
merous dispatches can bo translated.
iHmocrats In return tell the exulting re
publicans to wait until to-morrow when
the house committee on powers aud priv
ileges wUl bring iorth forty dispatches
now in iu possesion. Those not In
cipher are said to be of horrihlc import
leaving the diabolical character ot those
in cipher to the Imagination.
TH MISSIStlPl'l JETTIES.
Capt. Lads' bill will come up gai,i in
the bouse to-morrow. Holmanls trying
to push the bill appropriating the money
through, while Capt. Lads bas got his
Irieuds to ofler and work for a substitute
appropriating bouds which are now
worth about twelve per cent, premium
or fGO.OOQ more than the money allow ed
nder a strict eoustructioa of the law.
He, no doubt, is entitled to bonds, as he
construes the Uw where It roads, "Bonds
hall be given It the money has not been
previously appropriated." to mean ap-
252 hoVou' totl,e i"o Tf
the work, lloliuan, wuo bv bavin the
appropriation made at the fir",?
session, when notified by the secretary ot
war that ' '
TBC MOXkV WOl tO BE WASTED
On or belore the first of February, would
have taved the SdO.000 to the Government
Is now trying; to get out ol it by holding
loai vie -previons means previous to
tailing the bonds. In the vote Haturday
ou the substitute, it received W to "3.
when the point of no quorum raised
uuu nn r.uuic hujvuiuui iu.;
the lubstltute will pas to-morrow, If the
jm and noes arc not called. Should they
IT Witt tOSE VOTKS
And probably be lost and then the origi
nal bill will come up for action. Every
one admits that it Is wrong to keep
Capl. Kads waiting, as the contract was
drawn up so that every advantage was on
the side of the government. At that lime
the bonds were as much at a iliscr.nt as
they arc uow at a premium, and, as ad
argues, should they be so yet they would
be torccd upon him.
A SPEECH ON THE DUEL.
Mr. Jerome Dacilrn the firantl Jnrjr
Milton Bural of Cloqnenre.
The New York HorWsaya that Mr.
Lawrence R. .lerome was secured lor the
grand Jury at a great expense ol ub
piena and watchlulness. Several gentle
men from the district-attorneys's made
him swear, and then the grand Jurv
through its foreman, Mr. Cortland
De P. Field, intimated that it he knew
anything about the alleged May-Bennett
duel and was willing to crim
inate himself, there was his oppor
tunity. "Me?'' said Mr. .lerome recover
ing his temper in his surprise. Then
he collected himself and is rumored to
have made the following address : "God
bless you my dear boys, I don't knew
anything about it. There I'm glad to
return lor once to tho paths ot truthful-
ncss. Were you ever Interviewed Mr.
Foreman? Yes. Well, then, you know
how it feels. Once a tainting sinner
may endure it ; twice a bouuding saint
may survive it ; tbrec time? the silen
grave opens belorc you as a blessed ha
ven. But I, Mr. Foreman and gentle
men, 1 have been interviewed more than
180 times before this time about
this May-Bennett duel, as they call it,
I tell you on my sacred honor, gentle
nun, 1 never knew a thing about
it. The reporters of the evcuing papers
waked mc up in my moruiug nap and the
fellows Iroui the morning papers kept me
up to heathen hours. They followed me
iu the ttivvtn, aud wnen 1 took a cocktail,
gentlemen, they telegraphed It. It was
a persecution. 1 wished I lived in sheep
skins .and soaUklns and in dens and
caves ot the earth. But then, Mr. Fore
man, It was partly my own tault. 1 really
knew nothing about the aflair, but 1 kept
furnishing the reporters w ith most oi the
news that tilled the papers relating to the
duel. They persisted that I bad some
thing to do with arranging the prclimina
ries lor the lizht, and knowing that it was
bread and butter to the reporters, and that
they were paid by the yard for all such
exclt'ng information, I furnished them
with principals and second- on every oc
casion when asked. I did this, 1 repeat,
for the benefit ol the reporters mainly. 1
knew it was a sin, but am I not snfll-
ciently punished? Be merciful to mc
Mr. Foreman, lor I assure you I didn't
knov.Jh,c first thing about the .duel t
MtyVoTTia ihsisi Upon it that 1 knew
about it. I am glad the affair is brought
to a close ; I am glad to be here to relieve
my mind and the public on this very ex
citing suoject. I am a man of
peace; I am a respecter of the
laws of the land; I would
not counsel the shedding of blood in anv
other way except according to law aud
the doctors. There are some blooded
minded men in the community, but 1 am
not one of them. I hope, Mr. Foreman,
you are satisfied that 1 am a law-adlding
citizen, and opposed to the use of firearms
except in case of defense or invasion. If
you have done with me, Mr. Foreman, 1
would like to retire and resume my
pleasant occupation In Wall street, where
I w ill be most happy to see any member
ot the grand inquest, and to attend to
any business In my line to the entire sat
isfaction of all parties."
Mr. Jerome's remark- were n-piv,.i
with laughter and applause, and he wa
immediately let go.
(Jou.iboro (iazettc )
If you read the daily papers and watch
the vote lor U. S. senator at Springfield,
you can with eyes closed almost lay your
finger on the name of our honored seua
tor, Jesse Ware, in the very right spot
You will find him always voting
according to the wishes; of the
majority ol the people who sent him
there. Also Hon. A. 11. Irvln, and
though much we labored lor the defeat
ol Hon. F. K. Albright, wc must in can
dor admit, both from personal observa
tion and newspajicr report, that Font, is
a gooJ, useful member, always at his
post of duty, aud though slightly ap
proaching the Independent side of the
house, his record as a Democrat Is good.
Mr. Moody refuses to sit I or his pic
ture. Photographers have tri ed Iu vaiu
to get their machines pointed at him.
One iu London offered him $5,000 for a
sittiug. He emphatically declined the
bribe. And yet pictures ol Mr.
Moody are daily oflored for sale ou the
streets and in the picture-stores. They
are simply photoitrapbs from ptncil
or India-ink pictures-drawn oil band by
,ome persistent and Industrious draughts
man, who must have attended the revival
meetings lor that purpose. They are no t
very good or blight representations of
the great EvangelUt, but they look some
what like him. If you do not know
already, let an "eye-wltuess" tell you
what kind of a man Mr. Moody is in
appearance - by an eye-witness,"
meaning ouo who has not only
gazed upon the pictures hawked about
"uV u,e loan laiaea about. Sir. Moodv
I. rut. rmtilv mil ai
rather short, stout aud dark.' 3."'le ha
evM...i ' ?orn n,""- length, dark
ably i&rtiJ0?; 4' 1,0 hli 'oark.
nd aTOJ oltive iu action
sleek aTd'weU JK y like a
though ht up 7s toPL e.r or "0,,k-
Tub La kb City Jocrsal Is local newfiuper
published tn tin midst of the (iardrn of the out,
w here lands may be procured at i u. tn " .no
per acre. The man of whatever an, prolusion
or capital, can here make hit fortune.
Those ontemiilatlna- a western home and com
petency, may lie thoroughly informed by be
coming stibMTirwr to the Journal..
TtnMKi One rear, Si W Six months, 1
Three month, Ml cents, postage paid.
Aildrms T. B. linn hkiss,
Ice. li-4w Lae City, k.
MomI City Commercial College
St. Louis, Mo.
(Establish! in 1559.)
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' OctlMly Prenident.
B. F. Blake
i?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Wis
dow Shades, tic.
Always on hand, the oetebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
JOHN H. MTJT.KKY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE : At residence on Ninth Street, lwtwten
uhington avenue and v alnut btrert.
to th HfSAtTird mr-
naurr4ta!t on thm III TSffrTI-a
oftiic miuiu rstrru. iu sbttet.
I B I I P tf Wttftl tllACUVtmt tu
0 1 mm mm vciroo of rrprxMluctsoo ; bo
isW-H oiAcuvtne tu ma
yowim an sf middi ted mokild nd pMswirrt tt; tt
cuUsunsf iufortnsUioB, vWVh noont cad altera tu b vuh
ouli od how w prrrv the health, and cvDapIcxmm, a
f.vcto sWlrd chrcks th trcahoaof yuuta; th tt iaa
cni (rut WsMTiext Gui4 In Us wor d. fritm
bf MtvO. Tti uthar mf N ooouitd pemn!Wr bef
R.ikl on tit of t de iubtct mratsoners In h itii ssiAdJ
'imij Mppj iL. Las? nuunea rrALiva, it i
uis fusf middl tfed ibou4 n4 ftrd p
Usunsf iufortnsUioB, vWVh noont cn sUtora
. MM sr-CTAsAUO.
DR. C. M?UNE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
"PHE cour.tena ice i; ;c.le and
L leadon-colorcd, with occasional
flushes, or a circiimsc: ilK-'. sjjt on
one or bota check-; ; the eyes become
dul! ; thep'.ijjilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs alonj the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; aswellinjjof thcMipjier
lip; occasional heidaclie, with limn
ming or tiirubbiiig of tlie ear.; ; an
iiniii.ial sscrciion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the mornim;; apjx-tite
variable, sometimes vora- ions, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
oth.Ts, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
i:i the stoma, h ; occa-.ional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains throu:;h
out the abd jini-n; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy ; not
trifre'i'untiy tinge 1 with blood;
b'lly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hi rouh;
rough somet i mes d r v a tk 1 ron vulsi ve;
u. iea-.y and di,tui!.ed sleep, with
Uri.i.'.iiig of the teeih ; t- in-r varia
ble, b it generally irritable, occ.
ver tle above s) mj)toms
are found to exut,
DIl. C. M' l.ANTS Vr.RMII-L'CE
Will tc:tjinly effect a cure.
ir vor.i sot contain' MiKctny
n any form ; it is an innoi nt prepa
rat ion , .v c.iih' f,ioii:i siiyht
t injury tu mtst tauter iniiat.
Tne t'enuine D:t. I'M. vm.'.s Vi.u
mih ,i: be:irs the signatures cf ('. !
MVLanf. and I'lcmlvj lh;o . on i'.p'
DR. C. tV5Cs.ANr.'S
Tlie Pills ure not reeoui mended
a a ivnie.ly i'.n- "i;ll t!io il!s tliut
Utah is Ikii- to," but in t.fl'.etioiH of
tho I.'vcr, jind iu ud lidious (mii
plaini , J)y,.-e: hi iin.l .Siek Hiati
a !i-( or tY..-,.i.: .i f tlmt ( liuraeter,
t'icy i-tand v.'.!:mit it rival.
aciui: a:, d ri;vj:ii.
-o b ;t"i" ( i'.'t it j ( Id
p;vpaiu:.-y t.), it after taki.i ' (ni
l 1. .
A a a purgative tiny hk
im 'i ia;.'.!. '
t:;:w :z'. i.v i ,n tation. '
lh g-ii"i:ie mc never mgar
l. j h I i a ic l Vvax seal on
u s b l, lh iini.resyion I).:.
M -Li:: Livni I'll is.
't MVANKaild Fl 1 MIVll HllOH.
Id bv till iv,j.ctabb' dnig-ifU
and eoutitiy -tori-kfi-jK-rs lumlly.
This irrcut lnternatiunul txhibition, dn
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May lOtli, and will close November
1UM, 1870. All me nations oi me nu
and all tho tt.pa and territories of the Un
ion are participatinir in thl wondertul de
monstration, bringing; together the most
comprehensive collection 1 1 art tre satires,
mecuanicul Inventions, cieJiint! aiwuvr
erles, manufacturing achievements, miner
al specimen, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the PennsvlvaniaKailroad and embrace 4.HI
acres of r'afrmount Tal k, all highly Im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construe-
tea live of these covering an area oi imy
ncres and costing .i.(Mi,ai. i ne xoiai
number of huildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the thirls duTs immedlattly
following the opening o( tho exhibition a
million and a quarter ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
I tho mail, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching l'hiludeluhia and this
great Exhibition from nil sections of the
country. It8 trains too and from rhiladel-
phta will pass turoulln a grand Centennial
depot, which the company ha erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wi-h to stop at or start from the
numerous large hotels contiguous to thin
utation anc the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, and atl'ord-
ed PxelustTely ny the I'enn-yivrnia Kail-
oau, wnicii is tne only line running uircet
o tue i entenniai tiuiiuintri. r.xcuiion
rains will also stop at the Eufiunptnentof
be rairons of uusbauury, at Eim Mation
on this road.
the l'ennovlvanta Railroad Is the grand
est railway organization iu the world, it
controls seven thousand uiilei of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New Vork, Baltimore, and Washington, over
wuicu luxurloui day and night cars are
run from Chicago, Ht. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
Its main line is laldwlte double and third
tracks of heavy steel railsupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and its bridghs are
all of iron or stone, its passenger tnin
are equipped with every knoivn improve
ment lor comtort ana saiety, ana are run at
faster i-peed for greater distances tlitn the
trains of any line ou the continent. The
com on ny mis larcely increased its equip
ment lor Cedtcnnial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sutfletent to fully accommodate any
auy extra demand. The unequalled rt-
sources at tuc command ot tne company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations lor all its patrons during
the Centeunial Exhibition.
The magnincent scenery for w hich the
Pennsylvania Uailroad is so iustty celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-changing panorama ot
river mountain and landscape view, uue
(jutled iu America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be lurnt-bed at suit
able hours and arrple time allowed lortn
Excursion tickets, t reduced rates, will
be -old at all the principal railroad ticket
offices iu the Went, Northwest and South
weit. Ue sure that your tickets rea l via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. Fit ASK THOMSON, D. l. IJOYD. Jr.,
Gen. Manager. lien. Pass'r Agl
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony ef the Wbule World.
"I had no appetite ; HiUoway' Pills gave me
''I M-nd i'jt anotlicr U.x, and keep them iu the
lr. ib.lloway has curt. I rnv hesnlache that
was chronic. "
"I ifa'e one ol vour Pills to mv taln t,,r -iini.
era morbus 1 htdcar liltii-thintr irot well in a
Mr nausea f a morn'ni i now rin-'
' Voilf boX Of HnliriWUV'it llimn,.,l ,nu
i noirei in me nei. i in i .,!... r tmi,
, , . 'vinii'i uicrarn. aiel DC nOIMffiat leu
T uoirs; i waul one lor a j.or
"1 enclose a dollarj your price i 2"i cent,), but
yiiv iimitunc w IIIC l WU.II1 HOflllJtr.
"nenu me iitc iioxes ol vmir i'ih.
"Let me have three bjes of rourVlIU In- r..
turn mail, for chills and rever "
Z l have overm ,uch teHtiiuonialii as these, but
", vi dim voij..-is mc io ixtiiciuae.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruiitions of tl ,kln tiiU rnnt,.m., i.
niot invaluable. It il not heal externally
alon. but iienetrates w.th tlie most frearclung
u m me rer y ryot oi me evil.
Invariably cure the follovviDg diseac-a
Disorder of the Kidneys.
Iu all disease aflVrtitxy n.i.r. ...nna
- - n 1 " ' i .... n, nuviiici
" ' " " nu .liiii: nairi : ui
w liether they I allliotei with titoue or trravel, or
w . .. .uin aui .jiiio MMiieii in me loins over me
region of the kidneys, these J'ilU shoiUd be tu-
tu nuiuiiiK in me priuieii uireciiona, anil the
Ointment should be well rubll into the small ol
MIC UUI'H HI Iieil I1ITO'. 'I Iiim lruulnun, v II ,.i.FU
alino4t iinmediate n-lief wlieii nil other means
in , v iuiiei.
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually iim.rove H,p
one oi the stomach a thee 1'ilU; tluy remove
ill acidity o. ca.ione.1 either by intemperance Hr
uiproiier diet. '1 hey reach II. e liver .ml
it to a healthy action ;thci Mre wonderfu 1 LLc Kili.-a.
clous in cases of spasm in fur.t thev nfWii.il in
curing all disonlers o. the liver mni !,.., t,
the world for the following disease! Aku,
Asthma. Itilious I .iiin.Uii.i. m,.i..i..u ......
'"kin, llowels, t.onsiiiiiiuion. Dehilitv n.........
fevers ol all kiniia. h nn. (...m n...,i...T... 1...1.
ifeolion, IntUnimuiion, Jau..dice, l.ivtr Com
pluinll, I.iunl.ajto, 'ile, Uheumati in. Itelen.
lion 01 urine, rrolula or Kioi$ s Evil. aUr
throats, htone and iiravel. J lu-Uouloureux,
lumors, I lcr., Worms of til kiuds, Weakness
1 oiu auy cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature of J
llayilock, as aticot for the I'm ted Mutes. ur
rouuds each box of Pills, aud Oiutm.nt. A
handsome reward will be giveu 10 auy one ten
dering such inlormatiou a may lead to the
uuction of any barty or parties coiintcrleiiinK
the medicine (jr veudmg the same, knowing
them to lie tpiirious.
, . V.-L'1.ft manufactory of Pii.fessor 1Il
, Stw Vork, aud by all resiiectuhly
drugKlst and dealer iu medicine throughout
tlie civilued world, iu boxes at tfi ceuls, ti
cents and l ewh. '
t f" 'I'here is considerable savioir by takinir the
larger sizes . " ' 0
N. ll.-l)iruciion for the guiduuee of patient
in every disorderare altixd to each box
Office, 112 Liberty St., New York.
T. LOl 1. No
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I Bl V ""', t.'Uiyn..f reuruilur
K. nniS w HADV,C on k l"l fiimnir
L"' ttfl1"" '"k"- ".drt .rioi Hi ,"Aa
IIN fir. But..- OiMn,;.
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An lllustratud Monthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
The number lor .January bcuiin the nine
teenth volume of I he .VJnaiiie, and while
its past record will, it l hoped, lie deemed
a sutliclent KUaraiilee ol future excellence
no ellorts will be spared to diversity its at
tractions nnd to proUde an Increased sup
Popular Heading in tlie llnl ami Moil Km
The Krcat object and constant aim of the
conductors will be lo furnish the public with
Literary Kuterlainmint ot n Heiiued and
ari d Character, as well as to present iu a
graphic and striking manner the most re
cent information and soundest views on
subjects of Uencral Interest: in a word, lo
render l.ippincoti's Ma.kramc si ri k tnly
TVune Feature that are ,1o.s Attraci'-e
Muyti zine lAteraturt.
The contributions now on hand, ot spcel
allv env.ts'ed. embrace a highly attractive
list ol Talcs, Miort f-lories, Uoscriptive
Sketches, Narratives, Papers on eiencc and
Art, Poems, Popular Esys, Literary ( riti
cisms, Kic, Klc,
JUj Talented ami W'ell-Knnwn Winter.
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cially those descriptive ol travel, will be
Profusely and Ueuutifully Illustrated.
The pictorial embellishment of the Maga
zine constitute one ot Its many attractive
In nddillon to the General Attractions of
LlPPl.NCOTr.S MAOAINK. the Pub
Ushers would invite attention to the follow-
Special Features for 1877.
1. A newieria; itry,
'The MiinjuU vf Lvtsie,"
by Georce Macdonald,authorot "Malcom,"'
Alec forbes," "Itobcrt Falconer," etc.
To those of our readers who are lamiiiar
with Malcolm," thi new story from
the pen of this distinguished writer will
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Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND AITALLINd ACCIDENTS
l:iily li':iniiirinfr In the use of llio Oils now sold as Illuminators, whicli are mado Itom
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ELAI1IE tt a!!
KI.AI.NKIs ir) di'j,. Fire test an I spring water white la olor, will tot exilo lo
while burning in a lamp, nor in any nicer way, as it doe not contain any of the exnlo.
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Is no poitlon in whlcliyou can put alamp tilled wild 1XA INK for common in-e, in wldcl;
it will explode. KLAINK is certainly the Saf t family lilt mlnatinif tiil known, an
can be ued in any Coal Uil or Kerosene lamp, w iihotit ch.ihKc of burner.
WA AWAIil)i:n T11K-
Uy the .lurors anil ('omiuilnm rs of tlie
Centonnial Zntornaticnal lEzhibition.
A the ttest lllumina'ini: Oi', for in extraoi-lioary merit' of Safety and Urill uui y
KLAINK was also awarded a (iold Medal at the 1'itUburgh Kxpt lition ; an 1 v? u
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
LMTi:i STATUS (lOyEK.VMKN t I.IiHMI tVSK IKIAK I'M KM',
And received a hiU commendation from the lioaid of I'nited States Mestuboat i.- .;
tors, 'Washington, It. C.
Insurance Companies rate KI.AIN K the ;,mc a a (ias 1 !tk.
KI.AIN'K is used on many of the Itailroads, V tree t Cars and llot-1 of the cout.tiy
.iikI inaugurated superior to any other oil in the 11111 U t.
Can be used in any lam?.
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RECORD TnpE YEAR
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lr. Jolin Un' Auril Jlillos(.,licr (l oots)
I he I rue American a churactci i.tic 1'oeiu
W aslniitftoii a Marshal ol rrancr.
Jau liiK' low's ancy.
New Horse-Car I'oetry, for April.
I)oin 1'edro'a Characteristic.
A hist Party iu the Ark.
'Inrapilalists Astor, Stewart, Vambrbilt
Mark 1 wuin at a llors A uctiou .
irt Kt-male Lobbyist at Wanhinjcton.
1 he Oirl ol nevilie a Hpani.h 1'ocm.
Koyalty in the Cuitetl State.
Arteiuu Ward'a Character and I'ectiliaritle.
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llniifc's to 1st laujrhed at.poindarand tOHchinu
nn.u,M. .Lm,..Iiua i...i.l.... A...
j. ' . - - -, a-1'-, i u such aurac-
tive variety, that it forms the ricucat amount of
valuable and entertaininjc readinv; almost ever
tllllirtfMl III at niairuiina
This i new rerUUcal, which ha already reach
01 aiu'ti tan tmnriiiiiiu iuli.iib,.i,u ...
Con'e'l'jiiK new andorigmal lu the way ofa
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Scrap-liook, or monthly record of imporlunt
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and domestic. tdit,rby J rank Moore, of the
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u vain -luiuuvr.
On of iha moBt enterUiniiiK and valuable flrfct
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cfBUamoiUh.or r wior ysnr ubKrip-
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