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FLOHIOA DRAGGED IN.
Flrt Knock Down' and First
, Slood (or Hayes. ,
The Tribunal Decides That
Fraudulent Returns Must
The Four Republican Electoral
Votes to be Counted
And the Solemn Butldoxers will
Pats on to Louisiana.
Shall the Florida Ruling Apply
Also to the Next Disputed
Morrison Committee's Re
port on Louisiana.
All the Evidence Shows a Certain
THE FORMAL HKPORT.
IT the Western Aaaociated Prni
Wasbi.vgto.v, Feb. 0. Tlio electoral
commission tliis evening by a vote of
eight against seven decided tliat the four
electoral votes of Florida should be
counted for llayes and Wheeler. A for
mal report to this effect was signed at
8:20 p.m. by Messrs. Bradley, Edmunds,
Frellnghnysen, Garfleld, lUoar, Miller,
Morton and Strong, and will be sent to
tba president of the senate to-morrow
THE I'ROCKKDLXOS IX DETAIL.
The electoral commission were in se
cret session lroin 10 a.m. until half-past
8 this evening continuously, with the ex
ception of two short recesses. Almost
the entire time, until nearly the close ot
the session, was occupied with debate, in
which every one of ihe fifteen members
of the commission by turns participated.
Two or three of the justices and several
of the senatorial members read elabor
ately prepared opinions upon the main
points at issue, and the dis:u?&ion is un
derstood to have been, from its com
mencement to its close, of extraordinary
power and ability.
The Question oi the eligibility of Hum
phreys was not made the subject of much
discussion, nor was any vote taken con
cerning it. At one stage of the proceed
ings, however, Senator Thurman flered
a resolution declaring that there was not
sufficient eridence offered to show that
Humphreys wat not a shipping commis
sioner on the 7th day of November. This
resolution was criticised by several Re
publican members on the ground that it
might carry an Implication that it Hum
phreys had been such commissioner on
tliC 7th of November Lis vote would have
been Invalid, and the resolution was dot
urged, there seeming to be practically
uaanlmity of opinion that Humphreys'
resignation was JejralJy effectual, being
tendered and accepted before the elec
tion. KDMlXtr'a RESOLI TION.
About 6 o'clock p.m., the debate be
ing ended, Senator Edmunds submitted
a resolution declaring in s ub&tacc that
the lour electoral votes cf Florida shield
be counted, and toabodrtag al variotu
reasons for such deciirarion.
Bcpresearalivc Halloa cSertd tb K-
lowiag as a substitute :
feaotW, That the eiors aaaed Ls
certificate So. 2, towlt : V "Lialnsoo tail,
J. E. Yocge, Eobert ftiHsrd and Hubert
B. HJliun, art the lour peraoa wno were
duly appetoted electors by the state ot
Florida on the 7ta &y ot November, sad
that their Tote, aseerbled by wett cer
tificate, are the votes provided tor by
iom oooauiauoo of cae Lauea ?taxea.
This subsutute was rejected by tfte fol
lowing vote; Yeas Abbott. Bayari,
Clifford, Field, Hanton, Ptyue and Thur
man 7. Nays Bradley, Edmunda.
Freliaghnysen, GarfleJJ, Hoar, Mur,
Morton and strong it.
toOLNG TBI BLeLSteV
Mr. Edmunds then withdrew hu reso
lution and Mr. Garfleld offered the fol
lowing, which was adopted by the
foregoing vote reserved :
Keolttd That four persons, to-wit:
Frederick C. Haajphrys, Charles V.
Fearce, Wro. II. Holder and Thomas IV.
Long, were duly appointed electors for
president and vice-president for the state
of Florida, and that the votes cast by the !
aforesaid four ptrsous are the votes pro
vided for by the constitution of the
The vote in detail on the adoption of
uai resolution was as follows :
Yeas-Bradley, Garfleld, Morton, Ed
munds, Hoar, Htrong, Frellnxhuysen,
Kays Abbott, Field, Thurujan, Bav.
ard, Iluuiou, Clifford, J'ayne 7.
On motion of Mr. Garfleld. Messrs.
Edmunds, Bradley and Miller were sp.
pointed a committee to draft a report ol
the decision of the commission with a
brief statement of the reasons therefor,
to be slgued by the members agreeing
therein and to be trausmitted to the
Joint session of the two houaen, as re
luired by electoral act.
TBI ARGL'MEjf TAT1VK l:r.il l ri,.v
I reviously offered and withdrawn by Mr.
Mmunds was adopted by the committee
til?' lth few ciaoKei, as
ltt.eAd about S o'clock p.m. it
T. .uiM swr,
MoaaiMM's caihiiti.x. -
.... . niLttas
".wiuj, teD. U TLa
ptcial committee 0B Loul.ian, fcHkiri
made their report to-day. In the court
which they say: In the late canvats
pollciee pursued by the two parties were
aetatUUy different. The Jtepubllcans
do not appear to have made any strenu.
ou eflorts to maintain order and secure
a learetul election. The Democrats
notwithstanding, not solely, it Is believed
on Ihe part of all of them, because oi
their love of order, but for prudential
reasons also, knowing that any
VIOLENCE OB DISTURBANCE
Would be seized npon as a pretext for re
versing the action of the pcopl at the
polls, did counsel the preservation o,
peace, and the observance of Is w. Upon
such a course could they only hope to
succeed. The Interests of the Republi
can party lay In the direction of disturb
ance and violence, and the pat history
ot that organization In Ixmlslana usures
us of Its readiness to consult its advant
ages without scruple as to the means em
ployed. 'The committee conceive that
the means by which a large number of
colored votes were secured for the Iem-
nrratie ticket at the late e ection were
not such as can be rightfully or legally
characterized as Intimidation. They
were, when stripped ot fnle presenta
tion, made of them by the knavery o
those who are to profit by the success oj
their scheme, no more than such as are
resorted to in all cities of this Union at
every election in which large public in
tnrmt l elicited. t'oncedinr for the re
turning board all the Judicial dignity
claimed for It bv the admirers of its un
paralleled Iniquities, it canuot be denied
that In order to cive validity and effect
to its decisions where it has
ATTEMPTED TO THROW OCT
And reject returns from polls, the juris
dictional fact required by the statute
must affirmatively appear, and unless
that frtct docs so appear Its action in the
case was without jurisdiction, and on its
face null and void. The board had no
right under the law of Loulslan to throw
out or count out the polls and votes they
have counted out. and their action in that
behalf is without authority of law and
null and void.
The commission further state if there
is any law in the state cf Louisiana pro
viding for the election of electors of
president and vice-president, the canvass
and compilation of the vote for electors
must be made under a special act of the
state upon that subject, and by a board
composed of other persons or oftWrs
than those constituting
THE RETfUXLVU l'-OAliP.
0. II. Brewster, one of the candidate
i for elector ou the Hares ticket, held, on
and after the 7th day of November last,
the office of. surveyor-general tor the
state of Louisiana, and would not there
fore be and waa not chosen or appointed
elector. 11. B. Levis, another candi
date for elector on tae aame ticket was
United States commtesioucr and was not
chosen or appointed elector. Pub-
senuent to November 7. and be
fore December Iat past, said
Brewster and said LevUse pretended to
have resigned their respective offices of
surveyor general and United States com
missioner when other electors pretend
ing to be elected on the same ticket met
to cast their votes for president and vice
president. Brewster and Levise did
not meet with them, and the places of
said Brewster and Levlsse were declared
or treated as vacant because of their ab
sence. Other electors then filled tbe
places of Brewster and Levlsse, vacant
because ot tboir abaeuce, wjtn tbe same
Brewster and Levisse then being present;
all of which doing were fraudulent de
vices to avoid the constitutional provis
ion which rendered the same void sad e-f
no effect in law. Even had
A5T 01 TEX LLLCTOtJ
On aaiJ ticket been elected by the peo
ple, as they were not, tbe Hiiiag ot sach
vaeairfde-s wis without authority of Iaw,
ari coaXtrre-i to rlh: upon hnm or
LerUrf to rcu tor preaiiett ti,i ric.-e-
presiJeo: of the failed SiaUcs. The
eorr.rniwiif a ca1: ccy n iCT"i-
; tloa r,r izrxsj ! ilie elecca sad
CAfT.t4 Of VOIX
i or suoe otneers in LO'U&aiia u via .n
eklenui to ihe iat iir. A Ui the gen
eral Uirzues ot the ua:ni in. the rat
and Uie result therwr. tlia testimony
taea ihicloaes "tut fUet mat, by both the
votes Actuaily ct and the roii u for
worltd to and received by tlie board of
reuimina oitlcers. Xieholls Wis rif-'t-.i
ffoveraor ot Louisiana by a inajnr.tr ap
proximaMn the majony received by
the TUdea electors, and f.-eil from the
condition growing out cf the prUa
tiai eotitear, he wouid be acjptei as Uui
duly elected governor of IMd:ana ty
the almost ui.ivrr4al trj-Ulm of rr peo
ple. It is impolitic to z- the minority re
I he formal decision or repo;t to con
gress U very brief, but Its complete
phraseology is withheld from publicity
to-night from consideration of etKiuette.
as is to be transmitted to-morrow morn
ing to the president ot the senate under
eal, to be by him Immediately laid be
fore the Jolat session of the two houses.
Its points, however, cau be accurately
stated as follows:
l-OIXTS Of THt Dr.CISIOX.
i. The ooramhftion exercising the
powers of both houses under the law
and papers nferred to them find that
they have no authority to hear eridence
ahundi, or in other words to hear evi
dence out ot the certificate of the gover
nor of the State of Florida, founded upou
the determination of the canvassing
board of the state a to its vote.
2. The commission could not consider
as evidence that any act of the legW.
lu,t "r wuru in ueiermluinar whom tl.
state appointed as electors alter the dsv
said electors gave their vote.
3. In regard to the alleged Ineligibility
Of I. C. Ilumrihrevii. there ttll irt an.r
llcleut proof that he hil.l .,m, ,i.
7th of Novemtjer.
WIHT WILL OCCl'R J0-1J4..
The lern-fsrir . . .
.j . wiurnuiinou Will
to-morrow morulnsr deliver to the presi
dent pro tem.ot the senate the formal
.v".iwina atcoinpuuvine nunor.
lo the Florida case I?P
the i...." fWr of
teued hT th T.141,. .'ueaUou
cwnmlaalo., ti.. r'u he
'"rueei.ioi, Us been
communicated to the president pro tern,
of the senate. Thereupon, In compli
ance with the electoral act the two houses
will again meet and ft decision will be
read and entered on the journal of each
house, and the vote of Florida w ill Imme
diately be counted for Haye.tynd Wheeler,
unless, objection being made in writ
ing by at least five senators And five
members of the house of representative,
the two houses shall separately concur in
ordering otherwise. It being known that
the two houses will not so concur it i
not thought likely that any objection
will be made to the Immediate counting
of tbe Florida Hepublkan votes, as that
would be an unnecessary wate of time.
rBT YKAK. MM'ilKt: TIIK PI' KMC
DR. C. M?LANE'S
: V. I. L i: K A f K u
LI V ICR PILLS,
Ilqiatitis or l.ivcr Comphint,
HV l,r.-l ami -1' K IIK.UMCIIK.
Syti:j 'tonis of a Discuetl Liver.
1ylS in the right bide, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on prcs
Mire ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the pcticnt is rarely able to lie
on the ltft side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extf r.m to the top of
the shoulder, nrd is sometimes mis
taken for a rheniniitim in the arm.
The stomach isafili teI with loss of
appetite anl sifk:u. : the bowels in
,.ncml :ire c otit . .,! it iir.es alter
native with Lis : l i i .n! ir, tioubled
with pain. .-( c i: ;- d v. ith a dull,
heavy s(i ; ticn n, :.c l-aik part.
'1 here iivnerr'.! ;. t n: ider.iblelos3
of memory, n uuv; ..i.itd with a ain
ful sen.-a:ion c f in kit undone
sonethiT-j; wl.k li i.i!t iii to have been
dorc. A li,ilif. ihy oiiph is some
times an attendnit. ; The patient
i oMiplainsof wePrincf-sand debility ;
he is eo.-ily startled, liis feet are told
or burning, ami hw complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low ; and although he is
satisfied that c.v-n i e would be bene
fit ial to hiin. yet he can scarcely
vimmon nj fortitude enough to try
it. In fif t. he fli' tni.-ts every rem
edy. tk.vtr.il of tlie above symp
toms attend tbe tli.-er-e, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet cx?rr.iration of the bo-ly,
after death, i m s'v,v:n the l.ivfR to
have Wen cxter'-iely r.cri'.rgt d.
AT. IT. AND 1 KVER.
(.'. M'I.'Vt's J.ivkr l'n.LS,
in c.vsr.-. o: A i j. and IYvir, when
taken v.ith Qi-inii.e, ne productive
of the r.u-t h; ppy re n!. No better
atliarti; ir.u le v (!. preparatory
to, or rft-.-r tuki. n:hiir.e. V.'e
would ad Ire ail v. ii aic afSirted
with thij d".sc.ve to j.ivi ther:i A
l-r all iiiiio':-, ierargeme&t?, and
as a simple j.i:rg;.t;'vc, they aii: uc
tnnaltd. BEWlHt OF IJSITATIO.fa.
The geirJi.e C. M Lam's
Livlk 1'iLue i.re r.xver m ;;ar toa'efi
I-very L-ox Li, a red vex seil on
the lid, viiih tiie i-rTres-irn lJ?
Luc T':u .-.
The t" r.'.
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pare-i ) v I
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etc; Sk vrrt
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V.'iUATAy Iti J'iUuJ fjf lU tb4 Ul lh KjMlt-
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tlx tear. WImtoiio tiiwt u iwmu.ucl, ii Mill
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NwMipm art not to eopjr tliiikrivtrt
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OiMkltil la lios ot duly, if by
CE17TENNI AL EXHIBITION
This grest lntcrnatioDsl Kxbibition, di
BiKned to eemmemorate the one hundredth
anniversary or American Independence,
opened May lfnii, and will cloe November
10th, 1870. All the nations of the world
and all the rtates and territories or the I n
Ion are participating in UiM wonderful de
monstration, brincing together the mort
comprehensive collection 1 1 art treaturr s,
mechanical Inventions, scli atilic dUoovcr
eries, nidiiufscturina achleveroents miner
al specimen, and agricultural products
eser exhibited. I he (.'rounds devoted tu
the exhibition sre situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace :0
acres of Katrmount Tark, all highly im
proved and ornameotcii, on which are
erected tbe largest building ever construe
ted five of these coveriBir an area of titty
acres and costing tWOWM"1"- The total
number of building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the thirts dar Imincdinttly
followiiifr the opening or the exhibition a
million and a quatter ot people visited it.
THE GXIAT TBtniS HNS
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way of reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition from all seetions of tbe
country. Its trains too and from Philadel
phia will pass throunb a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
tbe main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds for tbe accommodation of paen-
vers who wl-h to stop it or start from tbe
numerous lare hotris contiguous to this
Ktation aoc the Kxhiuitiou a convenient
of the greatest value to visitors, and a Honi
ed exoitiH'.vely br ihe 1'unnsylvrnia Kail-
tcl, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial building;. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
be Patrons of Husbandry, at Eim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Is tbe grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
Kew Yorv, Haltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, Ht. Louis, Louis ville.cin-
rinnatt, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change,
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks of heavy steel rallsjupon a deep bed
01 Drokeii mods uaiiusi, ana lis nriugus are
all of iron or stone, ita passenger trains
are equirped with every known improve
ment f or cointort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance thsn the
trains of any line on tbe continent. The
company has largely increased its equip
ment for Cedtcnnial travel, and wiU be pre
nared to build in it own all ops. at short
notice rufflefunt to fulir accommodate any
any extra demand. The imenualled re
sources at the command of the company
Ot tbe company guarantee tbe most perfact
accommodations lor an it patrons uuring
tbe Ccnteunial Exhibition.
The mavmncent scenery for which tbe
Pennsylvania Itailroad is so lustly celebra
ted prveutt to the traveler over ita pertect
roadway an evert-haDgin? panorama ot
river mountain and landscape views une
qualed in America.
The eating station on this line are un
surpassed. Meals win be furDtxhed at suit
able hours and ample lime allowed tor en
Excursion ticket, at reduced rates, will
be sold at ail the j rincipul railroad ticket
offices in the Wet, orthwe-t and South
west. lie sure that your tickets read via tbe
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. f BANK THOMSON, D. M. FOTD, Jr.,
Gen. JUcager. lien. I'ara'r Agl
Mark These Facts.
Tbe Ttlixus7 of Ok WWe WrL
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
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tim in tl
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vpuku i oeauDi m r . kTj ? :jt toi ..t krft.
rruij tut tmo 1 iit t. t ,r a w.
"I cx.tlve a iittMxi ; your j ri-e i i' uou, bat
L'j xvtiijunt to rue u worti '
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tirxi uu., f-r Cijii kb4 t -er "
i Lxi ;rr 'j wM tUa.k.kit Mt'-tM, but
For Cutaneou Disorders,
ArAtU eruti'-n of t tk.i .'J'li .l'ii:hI It
u..t urtiulK. It con L A Mi ilrrkk'ly
kvo, but prrtn.u itfi xrx utijtl es.'' tiLK
to it tt root or u,n .i.
cure Iht i .ne .-
Disorder cf the Kidneys.
la ail ii4s kBMtiCir rMs or,-.t. bt)-r
iMrf k;int ii0, titbi t, or u, htt.e sif; or
KtrtLt-r Vift 1 BfflM.tJ w.ti .ij.t, or jrT(rl, or
with k:b 01 i:u K-ttlwl t, tti loiii osrr U.
ttu,u l.fVit k-dM-jr. tf,;. P,1J fcliOuJd Ij l
kn koctrlics trf prints! e.rwrtion, knl tlie
imvii, kiioul'l u wei. ru.xl int lti ink) ol
tf hmi-M mi 11 tju,-. It,-, '.rutriu-iit will yite
iiumwite iri an all otlt'.r l-n
For Btomachs Out of Order.
o r.iM will v -n VAllv improve the
toe of Urf tXiilwv.ti k Um l ilii; tny n-fhor
klJ k clity Wikoioiiwi ettb'r I j irii.rtir kr
iroprootrr ltt. '1 Ury rrmr.h t;. I.tr kr.l rl
II vt a branny krtUjn;UM-7kr nit:1 '! ffifA
riona la ra, of In fart Ui ;T!Pf tall It
toriiiX kil 4ivitm o. tl Im-r u,l aUtruatli.
ilOI.IiWAV'i m.Lrartto1t knowu ii
the Wofid for tl foJIoWinr li.-.tra i A km
AtiiUik, lliiiouk Conjla.ijij, IWiUjict on tlie
fwwtjs, ijiUMirooiiou, lb.titr. JJrunay.
-)t.Wrj, f.r)ijlM, im. Jrr. tuUtUf
itmm or k.i twu. Wilt, r.'.ut. JIiU be, lo'li-
rfstion, jnr.nrokiion, Jj,.vIt, I.ner oru
plaioti. l.un.iayo, I'jIm, hi.njaiati.ru. l irn-
iwmi or urn,, nrrofula or k-ogS Kril. Sore
ki.-l .,kv.i. lio-l'oulourrui
JurooM, I Iwn, Worrr. f ft kml, Vtkr,n.
irom aay ikuw. et:.
Nona are frruuine uii!w4 tlw slfklure of J
JUyfock. a ktkt for t, railed r-uit, tur-
rouon eaa bo of mui Omunrai. A
nknikorue rcwar' will U ylveoioauy or.e rf
derioK kiurh iulorniktiMi as umy Itvl to the
dt-UclioB of any riy or ,rtiek oouutrrlr.tlr.jr,
the Uiedlcloea or tu'lin Uie kS'uc, kui'Wiaic
them to be ipurtouk.
hold kt lue irnnufAtory of t rofenaor Hai.
Uiwav A Co.. Kcw Vork, and brail rwipetUbU
"irufiflu arid dmlern io unii:i tlironKhonl
Ike civiiiu-4 worl'l. iu Iw.m m 2 oeuta. 13
cefitn kii'l SI tavJi. T
.If'' ere U toa.ij.-r Lit kiiit ly taking Ike
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J. II. iJirertiona fi.rll,. m,i.li.ee of i Mto-nla
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An Illustrated Monthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
Tin' iinmliir lor .fnnu.'irv Irecliii I lie nine-
teeutli volume of the Mair'aine, and while
itH pant record will, it li hoped, ne ueeuien
a ainlii-lpnt ciiiirmitHr m future PTcellrner.
no eflorts will ln Kparot to tliverjily it at
traction and to irovlde an lncrt-aned sup
Pojmtitr JiCiiiliiiii in Hit llrt gml Most Kf
The jrreiit olijeit and constant aim of the
conductor will he to furnitdi tlie pulilic with
Literary Kntertafnmrnt ot a Helmed and
aried 'Character, a well as to present in a
Kraplile and Ktrikinit manner tbe most re
cent information and soundest views on
nulijeets of General Interest: in a word, to
render Lippincott's Magaine strikingly
77,6V Fral'irrs that nrr Mult Attrartire i
The contribution uow on band, oi sped
allv eaifriaed. enihraee a liithly attractive
lint ot Tale, fcliort Stoiie, descriptive
Sketches, Narratives l'aperson Science and
Art, Poem, Popular Ky, Literary Criti
cisms. Ktc, Ktc,
By TaUnttd awl Well-lnnicn W'rUfrt.
A large proportion of tbe artli:l-, espe
cially those descriptive ot travel, will be
IVofiisely and Jitauti fully lllnatrnttd.
The pictorial embclittbment of tbe Mag a
zine constitute one ol its many attractive
In addition to the General Attraction of
LU'l'LNCorrS MAOAZIMu. the lu
lisbcr would lnite attention to the follow
ing Special Features for 1877.
1. A new serial story,
hThe Marqnit of Ai',''
by George Macdonald, authorof "Malcora,"
Alec Forbca," "ltohert r alconer." etc.
To tliocc ot our readers who are familiar
with 'Malcolm,'' thi new story from
tbe pen of this disttneuUhed writer will
need no recommendation, and his reputa
tion is a guarantee to other or a ceeply in
tcrcnini; and powerful story. It began In
the November number, which isoiie, with
tbe December part, will be fumi.liod gratis
to all new tibncriber for Ir7T.
t. A profusely illustrated erie of
StcctdUli Srtucry and Lift,
by Trot. WUlard KUke, of Com-ll L'niver-
iij , uu ta iiiurourui' lamriar wnn eweuen
anl Its lVople from personal observation.
:i. A i-erie of popular paper on
Art and Art Matters,
by Edward Straban (Earl Sbiun,, author of
"The New liynerion," etc.
. iiiu-uaicucuitaeioi travel, entitled
J'icturti frotn Spain.
by Edward Kin?, author of "Tbe lireat
,K r .
5. Mr. Lucy II. Hooper's Intere-tin-' and
l'aprr and LttUrt rom I'arU
wilt be continued through tbe year.
TU JUautU c tU lOiiiu.
will be described in a richly illustrated
series oi papers.
7. During the year will appear a number
ot handsomely illustrated short article, de
scriptive of Life, Travel, and Adventure in
tbe Vnited states, Lngland, South America,
Japan, Mongolia, and other countries.
Far Halt &v H iPk and 2tv:dnlert
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t-rai, vi mm person pro;unng the club
.-rinie Biimbcr. 30 centa.
Notick.-The November and Deretntrer
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of "Ihe Slsrquu ot Lo-le," will be pre-
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profltabla work Oaoma 8-iiamra A t o. i'orti
The Perfeotiou of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND APPAU.IXIi ACCIDENTS
Daily tiacpirirk- in the uie of the Oils now wild a Illuminator-, wliicli are made from
lVtroleuui, :ind tbe want of oonfldi nco in th puldlf mind a lo the rrrtaiu
Kafpty of (aid Oil', trai indui'fd tlie iiitio-iu tion of
ELAI1IE US ill
LLA1NCU 1"0 dog. Kire tent onj npriua yvtter white In cilor, will not explode
while burning in a lamp, nor in any otrer way, aa it doe not cot, tain any of the emlo
ive compounds m fre'jucntly ruej with in the ordinary Oil for Illumination. A lamp
filled with ELAINE, if upset or accidentally broken, will not eiplode or burn. There
la no position in which you ran put a lump tilled with ELAINE for common ue, In whl.:l
it will explode. ELAINE U certainly the Mafet Family Illuminating Oil known, an f
can be uned in any Coal Oil ot Keronenc lamp, w ithout cbune of burner.
WAS AWARI)El THE
By the .lurort and ('otumiiiionm of the
Centennial International USshibition.
A. the BM Illuminating Oil, lor its txtraor.lioary merit of ;infrty and Brilllan- y
ELAINE waa aNo awarded a Oold Mtdai at the Pittsburgh Exposition; and wa
adopted, after a thorough U lentitic and pra.-tical l-t, by tbe
I' XI TED STATES GOVERNMENT LUiliT-HOLVE DEPARTMENT.
And received a high commendation irpiutbe J'.oanl of I'nited .Siatei steamboat In.j.pr.
tor, Washington, I. :.
Juturance Companiea rate ELAINE the unie a a Uai
ELAINE is tiat'd on many of the llallroa l-, Ptret t Car and l.'otula of the country
and inaugurated fiiprrior to any other oil In I lie luarVtt.
Can be uted in any lamp.
ORDERS FROM THE TRADE SOLICITED.
"TJnqaatlonablr tbe ba auatalnad
work of tiia kind in the World."
Soticet of the I'rets,
The MbAiaa baa attaiowl In luone tirt-r
rrntury and more ofeaitfenrv t tliat point wlier
,,.nJr ' ad of i. Iu tli wonla of lr. .oliniii,
it I tain to blame and useleaa to praise." 'J he
luatreof tu long-ano-attalned reputation ha in
rreaaed a liieyeara tiarc acl. and IU lutur
tm aa bntrht il not hrijehu-r than at any lime
aim the rolileo bua of proH!r!ty ar-ltlel around
ita laiTand lt venr. llri klyn haa-le.
llrr alonlhly marked by the harne char-ar-lerieiM-a
which xave itcirRululiou from the Drt
With the better claaa ol r.ayli-ra. It combine
reading rntu-r with illuntrationa la away to
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turea merely tiufrie. to ratrli the ryt of the
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Poataa- free to all Sobacrlbere in tbe
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and ilaar, to one addrerta fur one jear, $l ;
or, two ofllariier'a i'eriodidala. to one addreai
for one year, 17 ou, iKxtae fiee.
An Extra Cotiyofeither the Maraxlne. Weekly.
or liazar will lc auppliel r ratia lor ery Club
of rue hiibaonbern at l Oneari, in one remit,
lanw.or Hia t oniea for ) oo. without extra
cotiy, poatajre free.
Lac niimiieriivn be mippliedat any time.
I lie VolUIliea Of the Mairauline nimii.uii'. with
the humliera for J una and irweiubw of eaab
year. nunM-ripiiona may conmienre with any
uuriibrr. VVh.n no lime la apecilletU It will be
mideraiood that the aulMt riber wiahea to U ((iii
I Hi tbe Aral number of tlie current volrnie, and
bar k numbera wiii lie ar-nt m-irdmaly.
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tulea thi a per hhI leal a iierlect illuatrated literary
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newniaera are not lo cony thitadvertioemeiit
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