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THK 1UILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 24, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Nor Tliroat. KhvIIIiik. Sirnln, llrulnri,
llurnt. ScaliU. Iril J t i I .
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Health and Happiness.
P O DO AS OTHERS
OBCHAS4 $ K&VE DQHE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kidm-T Wi.rt bi-nutrltt in from my eii,v. an it ?
were.aneri ntu in irivenup i.v 1,1 it-si u-ieier hi
Detroit." M. W. Kui-aui, M:liauK, Unlit, lUeh.
Ar your nerves -weak ?
"KUlni-T W:t cured hip from tH rvmn . iikni "
e, after I was ii' .1 exitvteil to liv.-."- Mi l. 11. li
OuoUwin, d. C'lmtiun Ji.m'tur Cleveland, O.
TTnvo von T?rirht's Disease?
"Kidney t . irt ciirf-il mi' hen my water wan Just jj
liko ciutlit ud turn .like bi'ied." H
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Suf ferinar from Diabetes ?
"Kidney -W, .it itiieiii"i Miee.-stnl reine-ty I hare
over uacu. Givva almost iiiiineili.ite r. lief."
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Have you Liver Complaint?
'Kiiliiev-Wort cured 1110 of chruuiL- Liver liiseast-B
after 1 prayed t ilio." ,
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Is your Back lamo and aching?
i'Vi,i.,.v.irl.rt .i l.ttii.i .iii-f.ll inn uliin 1 niuNii
lamo 1 had to roil out f U-i."
U. .M. 'laliuu.ge, aiiiwnUKec, tils.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Kiihu v-Wort tnndc tin kernel in lh-i-r uiel kiiiln "!:
tin a box." bam 1 iiuuyes Wiiiimimlonn, ii-st Va.
are you vulisi.ipiluu r h
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Have you Malaria?
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remedy X Imvo ever u. d in My jm.i'l i-
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Are you Bilious?
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other ruiiedj- I liavo ever uk'n.,,
Are you tormented vith Piles?
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piles. It. W, Klino ri'f'r.minf.Kii it to m-."
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Ladies, are you suffering?
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IT HH l( fe
THE EMPIRE STATE,
A Coup d'etat Successfully Made by
the Arthur Men in the
If They Can Not Win for Tlieir Favorite,
They Will Give the Other Fel
lows a Chill-Blaiue,
The EJmunds Men HolJ the Balance o'
Power and Trade it Off to the
Utica, N. V., April At an early limn
this liioiniii tlio Kilni iiiuls im ii llnislitid
their second emifrrenee. They knew they
held the balance of power and felt the ini
portaneeof their position and determined
to use their strength for tin: iidvancement
of their own ends, llet ween the two lari'i;
factions, niiiiiberin:; two hnndred each,
tin y stood with more actual power than
The Illaine and Arthur men made over
tures to the Kdinuiids men and sought to
maku an uiliancP, but the Vermonter's
friends were foxy( and would accept no
The Arthur men have determined to
down lilaine, and this inoruiiii; it looks as
If they had done it, though at the ex
pense of the abandonment of their in
Tin: Kduiiiiid.s men finally decided to
say to the Arthur men that they might
vote wiih them, but that all four candi
dates must be Kdmunds men. The pro
position ami alliance were signetl mid
pealed, ami the goods are to be delivered
This morning the lilaine men were much
put out by the news of the combination,
and went at it tooth and nail, and made
it interesting in Logg's Hotel during
the Morning hours.
The Edmunds men held a canons this
morning, and decided to mime Andrew
'. White, Mr. Packard, of Brooklyn,
Senator Gilbert and Theodore Koosevelt
The Ivlinunds men are to have the or
ganization. It is said tint the Arthur
men are to have the Chairmanship of
the State Committee.
Tilt: convention is being held in the
Opera-house. The delegates occupy seats
in the orchestra chairs, with alternates
in the dress circle. The galleries are
crowded witli lookers-on and shouters,
lieh gtites from New York Labor Unions
are here endeavoring to secure the intro
duction f a resolution condemning the
course of the New York Tri'nuu' in the
labor matter. They used the claim of a
hundred thousand votes as their creden
tials, and sought to oppose the naming of
Wliitelaw Iieid as a delegate. If the Ed
munds slate goes through their efforts
will be unnecessary.
The ticket of tlelegales proposed by
Warner Miller and taken as the lilaine
slate i-s: Miller, lleid and A. 15. Cornell,
with the foii.th place vacant.
The convention adjourned until
p. in. Tin: attendance is very large, and
the enthusiasm is running high.
Connecticut Republican Convention.
IlAinitUiH, Conn., April I.'.!. The I!e
publican State Convention nut here
to-tlay with a large attendance present.
Hon. Samuel Ecssendeu was chosen as
both temporary and permanent Chair
man. In his speech he referred to the
repression of a free ballot in the South,
ami the Ilepublieun protection policy as
the important issues of the party. He ex
pressed no personal preferences as to
Presidential aspirants, but simply named
those most prominently mentioned. Ar
thur received a round of applause, and
there was prolonged cheering when Gen
eral Ilawley's name was mentioned. Tin:
convention selected as delegates at large
John L. Houston, Samuel E. Mcrwin, Jr.,
Augustus Iirandige and Frederick Mills.
The district delegates elected Were:
First District, Valentine li. Chamberlain
and Kalph 1'. Gilbert; Second, L. I. Mun
son and John G. Edmunds; Third, Ira G.
liiggs and Eugene S. boss; Fourth, (). K.
Avh r and Elx-n J. Hill. The following
resolutions were adopted:
JliSdli-fd, That President Arthur, com
ing into his high ollice under circum
stances of extraordinary embarrassment
and tlillieulty, by the patience, justice
and sagacity with which he has dis
charged its duties, has strengthened
lis partv, honored himself, bellelited the
country, and earned the respect and grati
tude of tin: whole country.
j;rs,,lr,,I, That tin: Iv'epublicans of Con
necticut pledge their loyal ami hearty
support to the nominees of the Chicago
J!i solmi, That, without instructing the
de!eal.''s this day appointed as regards
any particular candidates, and reposing
full conildencc in their wisdom, we place
on record our firm conviction that the sit
uation demands the nomination of candi
dates of approved ability and character
uinl large experience in public, allairs.
ind that if in the judgment of our dele
gates the proper occasion shall arise they
will meet the unaniiiKius sentiments of
the Kupublican party of this State if they
present the name ol Joseph K. I law ley as
a candidate for President of the Unitetl
The resolutions win.' adopted unani-
Not All for Hurmony.
Kit iimonp, V.., April J;!. The Coali
tion Convention was called to tinier
promptly at noon to-day. Senator Mn
hone, chairman of the State Committee,
and more than 7uu delegati s and alter
nates are present. The indications late
this afternoon point to anything hut a
Eiciimonk, Va., April I'll. Malione,
ujion calling the Kepublicau Convention
to order, was vociferously cheered. After
Dialing A short speech, Mr. Mahone, as
chairman of the lieadjtister State Com
mittee, with thu concurrence of
the Chairman of the Kepubli
ean State Committee, named Col
onel Win. Lamb temporary chain
"em. Mr. Lamb brielly addressed the
body. He salt! they had como hero
wuh the hiuii resolve to rescue the
mother State from Urn despoiler. The
proceeding of the last Legislature for op
uresHlon uud tyranny could not find a
parallel in the history of the country.
He looked for happy results from the
net ion of tills convention, as the time
had now come when the people of the
South could join the Kepublicau party as
a party of protection.
Too Much Married.
Cii tiii Ksriix, I ix., Aprils;!. Since last
Sunday morning Henry M. Sutton of
this city has not been seen, and Is sup
posed to have drowned himself. A letter
was found on the table addressed to
Mrs. Dr. Hall of this city, asking her to
have his live children taken to the orphan
Asylum, and saying that his wife was
strong enough to take care of herself.
It Is also said that by the time she would
read the letter his soul would be in eter
nity. He has been married about eight
months, the second time, and home
troubles are no doubt the cause of the
Mi Lr.Ax.siioiio, Ii.i.., April L';!. Wilburn
Stautlcrfer, son of ex-Sheriff John P..
Staudcrfcr, was arrested this morning on
a charge of criminal assault on the wife
of a respectable farmer living in the neigh
borhood. Her husband was plowing in a
Held not far from the house, and her
screams brought him to the rescue.
Muuderfcr lied, but was soon captured,
lie has always borne a good reputation
and has un interesting family, his wife
being the daughter of one of the most
prominent farmers in this region.
Knox Resig ns.
WAsiiiNi.niN, 1). C, April,-.';!. Comp
troller of the Currency Knox ten
dered his resignation to-day to take effect
Mav 1st, when he will assume the Pivi
tleney of the National P.ank of the Re
public tsf New York.
The President Invited.
WAsiiiMiTox, 1). C. April Gener
als Newton, Kosecraus, Kodgcrs, Hunt
and Dudley extended an invitation to the
President to-tlay to accompany the veter
ans of the Firt Corps on their pilgrimage
to the Southern battlefields on May i:tu.
The President has accepted. '
Washing 1 1 , ). C, April L':'.. The
design of the bill passed by the House by
l.'il majority, to create a Iiureau of Nav
igation in connection with the Treasury
Department, is to consolidate under one
management the duties pertaining to ship
ping interests that are now distributed
among three bureaus of the department.
It will take from the KegMer of the
Treasury the duty of enrollment and
registration of vessels; from the bureau
of statistics the duty of recording an 1
publishing lists of vessels, and from the
tonnage division the duties performed
with reference to the tonnage tax,
the admeasurement of vessels,
and the administration of laws
with respect to merchant seamen. These
duties are now performed by several dis
tinct bureaus, and no pejsoiyegrtrds him
self as specially responsible for the su
pervision of the interests of the merchant
marine. The consolidation proposi ti bv
the bill will place them in charge of
un ollieer to be styled the com
missioner of navigation," at a sa:ai-y
of 81,000 a year, and will lay the founda
tion fur a government bureau or board
similar to the Kntish lioard of Trade,
which shall be charged with the duty of
looking alter the interests of the Ameri
can commercial marine, un I recommend
ing to Congress siieh modifications of tin:
shipping laws as will advance those inter
ests. The bill was introduced by Gov
ernor Dingley, of Maine, and is recom
mended by the Secretary of the Treasury.
romv-i'.K.ii t'li n)Mii;i'.ss,
Washing rox, D. C, April :';!. The
Chair laid before the Senate a message
from the President transmitting a report
of the Secretary of State giving statistics
respecting the wheat, rye, com and cot
ton crops in foreign countries.
Mr. Miller (of California; presented a
resolution of the l.egi-lature of Cali
fornia in support of the establishment of
experimental stations in coiinet lion with
At two o'clock the ph-uro pneumonia
bill was taken up. Mr. Plumb explained
its provisions and tin: necessity f..r its
speedy passage. The principal cattle as
sociations of the country, it was slated,
are in favor of such legislation. Mr.
McPhersou declared that neither pleiiro
pneumonia nor foot-rot ami mouth dis
ease existed to any alarming extent in
this country. He made this s'ati nient as
a practical shipper and exporierof cattle,
and would assert lurther that no animal
shipped from this couuiry ever landed in
England in a dangerous m itt. of any dis
ease. The effect of the bill would be to
diseredit our animal prodm-is in every
part of the world.
Mr. Coke concurred in this view. He
said no more pernicious hill could be pre
sented, and that its title might properly
to be "A bill for slandering the great
stock interests of the country."
Mr. Conger reported favorably from the
( ouiiniltee on Commerce the bill to give
the Secretary of War control of St. Marie
Falls Canal, Michigan. Passed.
Mr. Hill reported favorably from the
Post-oltiee Committee the bill granting
letter carriers thirty days' h :ive of ab
sence per annum with pay.
Mr. Kandall (of Penn.), from the Com
mittee on Appropriations, reported back
the Naval appropriation bill with the Sen
ate amendments w ith the recommendation
they be lion-concurred In. Mr. Kasson
made the point of order that the amend
ments must be concurred in in committee
of the whole, which was sustained, and
the bill was so .referred.
Mr. Turner (of Georgia), in accordance
with previous notice, called up the Kan
sas contested election case of Woods vs.
Mr. Elliott (of Penn.) spoke in support
of the majority report, declaring Peters
entitled to the seat.
Unanimous consent being given, con
testant Wood addressed the House in his
own behalf. His claim Is based on the
clause of the Constitution of Kansas
which makes a Judge lm llgiblt: to any
other ollice under the State or United
States during his term of ollice, anil that
Peters was a Judge of the State at the
lime of his election.
The majority of the Committee on Elec
tions take the ground that a Statu cm
prescribe no condition of eligibility be
yond those fixed by the Unitetl States.
Tho Ticklish Experiment of Shoot
ing it From an Ordinary
A Oipvr-Shapod Projectile Inteniled for
Wholesale Destruction of Iron
Clad Ships of War,
A Successful Trial and Dismal Warning
to Ye Jolly Tar Who "Sails
the Ocean Blue."
N'i;w Yt.uiv, April 23. For the first time,
yesterday a dynamite homb was success
fully thrown from an ordinary cannon.
The place selected for the trial of this
new projectile a trial which, it is
claimed, marks u red-letter day ill the his
to it of modern warfare was a long, low
swamp back of Greenville, N. J. A little
group of men hung about an ordinary
cannon, pointed up the milt marsh. To
the left lay Newark, and to the right
Morris Canal. Another group of men
stood on a bridge across the canal about
a block from the cannon, looking at the
first crowd through field-glasses. Mr.
F. H. Snyder, the inventor of the
projectile, exhibited the cannon,
an ordinary four-inch, twelve poun
der, from Governor's Island. It was
loaded with one ami one-half pounds of
powder. Next, a wad made of round
tli.-ks of leather, with spiral springs
separating them, held the powder in
place. Then the projectile itself was
put in place. It looks much like a
very large cartridge about a foot long
and four inches in diameter. Five
pounds of dynamite were stored in the
upper end of the projectile ami the
lower end slides into a case contain
ing a rubber cushion full of holes.
The dynamite represented the bullet of
an ordinary cartridge, and the cushion
was in the place occupied by the powder.
This rubber cushion was the secret of
the invention. Through it tlu dyna
mite is thrown from the gun without ex
ploding. t mu:i: oniuxAt'.Y f inct MsrAXt ks
the shock of the exploding powder would
ignite the dynamite before it left the gun,
but tills cushion counteracts the effect of
He shock, and the bomb is tired without
l'eel:!ig the sudden blow as the powder
behind it explodes. The cannon was
loaded, and a long wire attached to it
htd;ug to the bridge. The men who lie
fore had occupied places on the
bridge moved to a hill several blocks
further away. A bald-headed man, with
,i blue coat hid behind a boat with his
lingers in his ears. There was only room
(T one there, and his companion, with
iiis siik hat grasped llnnly in Ids hand,
went scudding swiftly up the tow path
d the canal. A third spectator strug
gled, ankle deep, in a cistern marsh.
"Are you all ready':" sang out the man
at the wire. Everyone on the brltlge tried
to get behind his neighbor as the word
was given. A puff of smoke, a loud re
port, and the rubber butler and the wad
were seen to drop a hundred yards away.
A second later a shower of earth flew up
nearly a mile distant. Where the shot
struck the earth was soft and, as ex
pected, the dynamite did not explode'. A
party of men sent to dig up the missile,
after digging down six feet, gave up for
the evening, Next a projectile for naval
warfare was shot across the water. This
was of wood, brass capped, four feet
long, shaped like a cigar, and at the lower
end had four wings of steel, placed pre
cisely as the feathers of an arrow.
The theory was that the shot
would strike the water, ricochet,
and, skipping over the waves,
UKAI, IiKSTIit't 'l ION
to the most powerful vessel. A young
man brought the missile on his shoulder
and placed it gingerly by the side of the
cannon. Mr. Snyder unscrewed the
pointed end ami put it) more dynamite.
Again the word was given, and the bomb
went skipping over the bay toward New
ark. The wooden part broke, however,
so the rotary motion expected to be given
was not shown. It hail been intended to
recover the projectiles that had been fired
and explode them afterward, but as one
was too deep in the marsh and the other
in the water, the dynamite in the dinner
pail was touched off instead. Explaining
his invention Mr. Snyder said, '! have
been working on this for two years. A
twenty-pound projectile, sullicient to an
nihilate the most powerful vessel, can be
made for-'u less than the cost of an or
dinary shell. The invention of this rub
ber seems a simple, every-day thing, but
that Is its beauty." The experiments
were mailt: by the Dynamite Projectile
Company, of No. 2W IJroadway. The
Government will try the shells at Sandy
Hook in a few davs.
Snow and Sleet.
Koi.i.a, Mo., Apnl 2.;. Snow fell here
last night to the depth of half an inch,
and is still falling at a. m. The
thermometer stands at :w. Apples and
plums are in bloom, anil unless
the weather moderates before een
ipg these fruits will be de
stroyed. Farmers in this vicinity are of
Hi.: opinion that the heavy rains of the
past few days will be injurious to the
newly planted oats.
Vkksaii.i.ks, Mo., April 22. The snow
and sleet have delayed spring plowing at
least two weeks.
MoNiGOMiutY City, Mo., April LM.
The second heaviest snow storm of the
winter fell yesterday. The creeks are
high and rising,
PiKKi i: Ci rT, Mo., April 2!!. A cold
wave has been upon us for a tlay or two.
Fears are entertained that the apple crop
has been seriously damaged, If not killed.
A Precious Pair.
Pir.un: City, Mo., April 2;!. This city
was treated to a llrst-class sensation on
Monday night. One Abbott, alias Fores
ter, who lately opened a clothing house
here, ami who claimed to have been en
gaged In the cattle business In Texas, wag
irrested on a charge of cmbezr.ling ."0,
DUO of the funds of the Union National
Bank of Watertown, Mass., of which he
was the cashier. Abbott seemed to have
oleiityof spending money, for he was very
liberal, and did not stint himself In tho
least, lie at llrst asserted his Innocence
A the charge and '"lgnod an Indignant
air, but. when confronted with the proofi
ot Ids ini It he weakened and confessei
all. lie will bo taken to Massachusetts
.union's pauim:ii, .-. c. 1 1. avion,
Is hi trouble also, his wife having brought
suit for alimony in property, In the cm
veyance of w hich lie obtained her signa
tu re by fraud. Mie threatens to make i'
Interesting for Mr. Clayton.
A S liiliOVY I NJ IIISIIAM).
ITon-Ualoji JXoMra Bain Persocuted
(Ji'i.vY, Ii.i.., April 2.1. A few dayi
ago the wife of El. i Vincent, a fanner liv
lug over the river, eloped with a farm
hand named White, each taking one o:
their own children. The sorrowing,
fanner offers eight dollars and a cord ol
wood for tin lr nppi'i heiision.
The nioldi rs' strike has reached a cri
sis, and serious trouble Is considered
probable, though the Union men gener
ally are exerting themselves to prevent
the hot headed ones from rash acts. Tlu
"oosst-s" are aggressive, are Inciting
trouble by petty persecutions, such Hi
inducing persons employing molders iu
laborers to discharge tin in, demanding
large numbers of police when it is unnec
essary, attempting to prevent meetings
etc. 'I'll i; snaking mo d-is have llllie!
sympathy, not ,vit branding tie- two seri
ous affrays, mt the men mother trade
are standing by the strikers. The polici
force has been doubled.
A caucus of the in-w .Mayor (Jam tt;
and the Coiiueil has been apnoiuted b
settle points of differences. The Mayoi
and Council w ill not agree ami a lively
opening is promised lor the iniiniclpa.
The ivui litis of the l.tte Key. Frederic!!
Thayer, v. !im died so'ii mouths ago, wen
taken to Wesiboro, Ma-s., to-day.
Sr. Put, Minn., April 2:'.. Mayo 4
Chirk, wholesale hardware dealers, hivt
suspended payment. Li.ibiliiies,
ooii; nominal assets, is I. ,.",000. Tln-ii
creditors are in New York, lioston, Chi
cago, Pittsburgh, ( 'ic clan-l, Milwaukee,
( 'ineiun.-'l, Indianapolis, Louisville,
Grand !,' .pi-Is and Davenport. Clark lets
left, for New York and lioston wle re ht
hopes to s,-it!(.- t:ie affairs.
Foir "Mora for Elaine.
IlMMfoiio, I'iinn., April 2;!. The Ke
pu'i.ican Slate Omw-utloii is largely at
tfii' l d. Jno. Houston, Augustus Bran
tlage, A. E. Mcrwin and Frederick
Mills ll.LW' been choscll dt lcg.ites.ut-
large. Tin- deVg.aHon is unp'edged, but
arc all for Haw ley on the lir.-.l ballot, and
liter tiiat for lilaine.
M i:ii-:i 1 , u., April 2:!. Din k Creek
Valley, near Mack -ieirg, is in a furore ol
excitement o'. r tin- reei nt oil strikes,
the greatest of which m-i ms to bi, the
L.'ting well on Long E in, torpedoed on
Saturday, whvh is flowing l.yt barrels
.Daily. The Milis ,v Muller wells, in the
same ic'miiy, promise even a greater ,ield
th.ttl the l.aing.
The Ohio State Convention.
Cl.KVKi M, 11., April 2;!. The Ohio
Itf publican ( 'oir.'i ii'.ion was called to
jrder this al'ernoon in the Tabernacle by
Hon. J. O. Converse, Chairman of the
State Ci.uiril Committee. Genera!
Charles H Gnsvcnor, temporary Presi
dent, oil taking the chair, spoke for half
1111 hour. The remainder of the session
was occupied in the organization of the
preliminary work. To-niorrow the work
of nominating a State ticket and electing
deb-gales to the Chicago Convention will
TKLKOKArillC UtUl VITIKS.
The whisky pool is re-established.
Dublin jurors are again receiving
Iirig-idii-r-Geiieral Stanley is assigned
to the Department of Texas.
The visible supply of wheat was re
duced Ij.V.eVttio bushels last week.
Cochran i Young, paper dealers of
Erie, Pa., have failed for SL'.j.i.mO.
Spain has declared quarantine against
vessels from India on account of cholera.
There are indications that the trade
dollar bill will be reported adversely in
Joe Flynn and Hill Hale, two despcra
tdoes, killed each other ill a fight mar
A police oificer was fatally shot tit New
port, li. L, by a rough w hom he was try
ng to arrest.
The Mudir of Herber proposes to make
Lcnns with the Mahdi unless reinforce
neiits are sent to him.
J. Douglas and I!.. P.. Spencer have
H en arrested in Cincinnati for Using the
mails for lottery purposes.
Princess Wiiim muecaof the Piute tribe
in Washington urging that Camp Me
Dermott reservation be set apart for her
Commander Schley of the Greely relief
expedition sails with full discretion as to
his course. No detailed instructions are
Minister Foster's return from Madrid is
said to be solely for the purpose of con
ference regarding the coinincrieal treaty
The election at New Orleans yesterday
was marked by a largeaniouiit of scratch
ing. The Democrats claim to have carried
die local oiliees.
('has. Fricke, an aged German, beat his
wife's brains out with a club at Wuuke
gan, III., during a quarrel oxer the dispo
sition of sonic property.
Secretary Frellnghuyscn has made of
ficial announcement that the United States
recognizes the Hag of the international
Association of the Congo.
The sale id scats for the May musical
festival began Tuesday at Cincinnati.
Though not as good as last year the re
ceipts were up to expectations.
At the rctpiest of the Secretary of War
tin: President has ordered a court of in
tUlry to investigate the Hatemaii charges
igainst Judge-Advocate General Swaim.
President Arthur's recommendation for
dismissal of Collector Wlchers of Key
West for nets of sympathy with the
L'uban insurgents is Indorsed by the
President Jewett denies the reports
that the Erie lioatl Is embarrassed. Ho
uys the June Interest will be paid when
:lue and he hopes for a dividend on pre
On the reassembling of Parliament
Tuesday the Government In response to
inquiries, stated that no rctpiest for rrln
(oreinents had been received from Gen
I'or the Cure ol Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Hirmc liitis.Crottp, Inflii-i
enza, Asthma, AVhooiiing Cough, In-j
ctptent Consumption arid fur the re
lief of consi.int iti vc 1 icrsons in a lvan-
red stapes of t he Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
en'uau!n. jwj'jj'uwnr-. 11 mil q
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uj vc r 2 h t
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Tin' ili-v.-Kpiin-nt of tho tr-nine-nt of ''anrvr
wi'li S-,tlfi' ,- tfic n'fin io won li-rCul, that all
n oll!i-.:ii-il -linn it write ut.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
S, .rtaalmr,', S. C , Ma::h II, ls-.
I linve f ir 1 1 yi-trt Wu -.i:l r r f r rn a rnnnltu
nn- mi in v fui.i- licit i-vc-ylni'ly m !.-il a (1v1.11. 1
liuvtt ut itoicji U worth nf meiliritm urn! Itiuoil
in ribif. AiifHit funr miitith' n.'i I In 01 t'!i t 0110
twiltli- ol SmU t s.).c,ilr (rem llr. II. K. lli'iidtnti,
a.iil rill, e t-iv piiiii.-!il live ultii-o-, liMirlaken It,
ltit-v tmv. . 1 it 11 mk mhimI mill t-;l : Jlv face
li. nil fnr ir-eii h i.i-i: us. itti tu, Iv m. H.-iil my h.-altn
it ji.'f M ? y r- turf!. I fit-1 l.ki: forty vesot hid
ln-cu liflcJ ml my IfS'l
Your tl un' f il'v.
Mr. II K. Hum", llcpi'. Ark., .tyt. tHirtVr date of
Inn 'li tss: "I have ta'-n live hot'le" nf Swift'
Sp- cillc fur a .irt! un in v t -:n j'.e --nil lo tit: a can-c-r.
I hiive been wna.!erfu:iy bcut fiteil and will
('urn he a "f .l 11. an.''
Mr VV. It. Kohl n. I'irv'sWi), (in., write, an-di-r
tlate of Jaiei-try .'!. 1-s 1 : I am getting ou fliitljr
the til-t-r It iroiilieilly lnaliiK 1 fi-i-l that Swift'
SjibcIHc will cure Ibe ImrriMe c-tnci-r which fit
bemi feeding on rue fir over i 1 y a ."
Mr W. II. Gilbert, Alhnny. 1;.. ay:
' (.'Hiitlotn in Mian U Mo re mar llilit city bad
an i-atit,)f cur., er on hi It- e, whii h Imd eaten away
In me Hint hit timli-r l', and had externJid up
until it bnd m-idy reached hit eye. The oncer
wat oaliiiiJ tlit t'tnii-and luitl ri-n-len d lit tfethto
lotto thai he t nought 'ln-y mleli' ut any time (Iron
out. lie ha been takiiif Swit-r's Scecoii- al'out
three in ntlit, uud nt eifei-t hat In en wonderful.
It hat driven 1 he poito , fn in his tj ti m, the ran-i-i-r
hat healed i-rcHtiy. hit te.-th have hecotiio
ttro k ajiain. and he thit.kt he hat been re.rui-d
from an awful d' alli. He it the u.t-tl tlilhutiaf'.ic
liiitn 1 ever Sitw."
Our trcn'Ui: on T.lood and Skin Diycues mailed
free to a; nil' 111. tic
THE .SWIFT SPECIMC I'O.,
Drawer .'i. Atlanta, (ia.
New York Ofli .-(. l.V.i V.'. -J id St , helween Sistft
aud Sevi-uth Avui.in s
L . STOMACH
The kidneys ncl 0 nurifterK of tlie hlond, and
win n their funttiiint ai-o Interfered with tlirouati
weakncpD. they need tnnint;. They become, health
fnllv active by thu no of llottutter'" Htomach
Bitter, when fttllintr nhort or relic! trom othur
oiircig Thl mipnrli Ht11n11l.1t lntr tonic alfO pre
ventt and arrett fever and anno, contlpatlon,
liver complaint. tljupepMla, rheiimatiBm and other
11I ItnontH. t;fl It. with rCLtilarltv.
For fftlti bv till tlrii.KlKtB and dulorKoncrally.
nretcrlntlon of on of thf
tanut notwl nl mirrottftil tpwlallat in tho XT.
t now rt I red 1 fur t lie euro of Xrrvau UrhiUtUt
i,nl Manhood, laft-Mfaiid lirrav. Heul
Addrn DR. WARD & CO., Louiiiint, Ma, '
IM( 11. . KANK, of lilt I'lg ilnrpf
ttf ntiefnn f.llr)i hltiiifir
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