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It has shown that Neurulglacan be got rid of.
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N EARING THE CRISIS.
Itapitl Work ly tin; National IU"
IMihlican Coiiwnlloii at
Business and Report on Cre
A Ringing Flatform Which Stirs Up the
Enthusiasm of the Entire
Selection of a New Central Committee ol
One From Kach Slate and
Convention Notes and Other Itenn
Intwut From the Seat of Battle
What the Chicago Papers Say.
Cn.NVKMI'iV llMI, ClIK.'.MiO, J I.I...
Jum: 5.-Iii fuiv the tilling of the bell)
Huuotinecs the arrival of the liiklnlgh:
hour, the nominee of the Convention aim
the cniiili'late of the Kcpu'ilicau partj
will In all probability be before tin
The morning is lea-Jen and the aimos
pliere li raw, but pecp.e knowlm? tuai
the critical hour Is aiijiro'icLin;;, and al
though only a score of ileli-irak-s are in
their Meats t ie Slate pilleries and real
hall are packed to (iuffocalion, whiU
thousands are on tins outside claniorins
vainly for adiuis?ioii. Anions these ar
l) .endorf and his colleagues. Ihey havi
learned thut Mahoiio and Ids lollowi-ii
are to be seated, but they declare tha
th' y must and th:ill ba heard on thelloor.
even ii ttiey Have to iorce uieir aj
through the uuarus. The declaration it
tarried to Miinone, nui ne oniy s:iroi;Miu
bhouiders, smiles s-iuilU-iii' ly and says
that blunter don't C(juut on a rod fall.
Senutor tapham, of New York, ln
ruddv, iK-althy eouuteuanee fontiastiiii
with his snow-white In ad, Mts on tin
Very edge of the stairc on the left of th
chairman and is t!ie focus of countless
Warner Mi.lcr came siowiy tiown tin
aik- this morniii'' with his eyes on ins
cdleamies, but he keeps outside of
lna distance, aud those in tlie nei
hood wonder thereat.
vcr In the corner Andrew hitc, Oeo
Win. Curtis and Tlv.odore Koosevelt art
In close confai) with cx-Uoveruor J.oug
(in the other side of the building Collec
tor liobertson, Wm. U alter l'helps anc
(ialusha (innv are engaged In an etjual.j
ciose debate. To the west the Ldmuiids
men aniM-ar V) be holding an iuforma
caucus on the lloor. Curtis has jusl
reached them aud it Is apparent there it
bouiethir.g iu the wind. Klkins has jusl
corralled l'helps and is taking him to a
distant corner. Chaflee is Hying ner
and there, whispering into the ears ol
prominent 15laluites. All the dIeaate
have reached the lloor, and the audience
awaits patiently lor cuairi.iau iienucr.io;
to lift his L'avel.
At last at 10:3-'l a. in. Henderson arose
and dropped the gavel, and tne buzz, oi
conversation slowly died awav, and the
baud ceased its renditions of "Down by
the Swanee Kivcr" and "Dixie."
K,v. Dr. 1'e.lows, of Chicago, was
akU 10 leau 1U prayer, aim iu n-u nuu-
utes he reviewed the country Irom the
time of the revolution, and thatiKed the
Lord for all he had done lor the Kepnu-
lican party during every aecaue. lie
e nded his prayer by asking that the party
Le saved from the results of error, pride
ant liruorance. Heads were then raised
and the gavel again fell at 11 :U7, aud the
Convention settled down to the business
of the day.
11 a.m. Mr. Uallard, ol ernioui, pre
sented the report of the C ommittee on
Credential He prefaced it with a brief
speech, in which he said the deliberation.
of the committed had been conducted
harmoniously. The repoi t sets lorth that
In the case of the First District of Ala
bama the committee llnds the sitting
members entitled to their seats.
11:11' . m. The report of the commit
tee ou credentials has just been adopted
unanimously amid wild cheering.
In the mil district ol .New lork the
committee recommends that the sitting
delegates aud contestants be each admit
ted to seats with hail a vote to each dele
gate. Ou the I'lst district of Pennsyl
vania the sittiiia members are entitled to
seats. In the" contest in the Virginia
delegation :reat cheers, the committee
say the "Mahone delegation is entitled to
their seats, ' and in tne otn district ot
Kentucky the sitting members will be
retained iu their seats. Fourth district
of Texas same; llrst district of Georgia,
the tirst Kentucky, 4th Maryland aud
sixth New York same.
Judge Fort, of ermont, moved that
the report be adopted. Carried without
opposition amid great Cheers.
.Marks, of Caliturnia, unnounceu mat
the Committee on Kulcs had two reports
and asked mat uotu oe given a ueariug.
The first report of the Committee ou
Kulcs and order of business was theu
presented. It was In the mala a dupli
cate report of that which was adopted by
the last Convention. ISoth lilaiue and
Arthur managers pricked their cars to
li-teu closely for any poiut which might
militate against their interests.
(irow.of reuusylvania, moved to amend
rule ten to make up tho list of the a
tlonal Committee so that It might be
made up ol one member from each MtHto
and Territory, tho same to be announced
by the chairman ol the ueiegauou irom
each Slate and Territory as the roll Is
called by Suites, aud delegates to the a
tional Convention to be elected iu the
same manner as members of Congress In
tho various districts. Tho rule as pre
seutcd by tho committee continued iu ex
istence tho present system, while tho sub
stitute offered by (5 row would revolution
ize the party machinery by throwing tho
election of delegates to the National Con
vention Into Congressional Districts In
stead of Into a State Convention, tho lat
ter body electing only delegatcs-at-large,
A few delegate discussed tho amend
ment and it was Unally carried by a viva
voco vote about teu to one.
A desultory debate various rules
followed, many delegates favoring minor
ami technical changes.
Bay no moved the adoption of tho re
port and called the previous question,
but gave way to Koosovelt, who called
for a minority report, but It was an'
nounced that tho nilnorUy wtw not
VI M. The CoBreoUoo Is stul In con
fusion over tho adoption of tha rules.
A do.eu speakers are trying to get In
their particular crochets.
l.':05 p. m. Tho Convention Is now
considering au amendment offured by
Thurston, of Nebraska, to change tho
manner of counting ballots for candi
dates. Ills proposition Is to amend tho
rules so as to require a majority of all
tne delegates nominated to elect.
IJefore Thurston's resolution could bo
reduced to writing llayuo agalu called for
the previous questiou ou the origlual re
port, lie accepted Thurston's amend
ment. 1 : 1 5 r. m. If the present rate of pro
gress continues a ballot can take place at
.Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, was loud
ly cheered on rising to explain au amend
ment to rule ten, providing that no per
son who is a member of the National
Committee shall bo eligible as a member
of the Electoral College. The amend
ment was adopted.
Attorney-General Itusell, of New York,
moved that the minority report of the.
Committee ou liules be received when
reaily and acted upon.
l-37 p. ii. The report of the Commit
tee on Kules aud Order of Iiuslness has
just been adopted, and the lloor Is now
clear for the platform. Nominations and
ballot will follow. Utile No. 7 as amend
ed reads: In making the nomination for
1'reMdent and Vice-l'resideut In no case
shall the calling of the roll be dispensed
with. When at the close of auy roll call
any candidate shall receive a majority of
all the votes to which the Convention by
the call of the National Committee Is en
titled, the President of th i Convention
shall announce the questiou to be "shall
the nomination of the candidate be made
unanimous''' This with the entire re
port was adopted.
The committee on apportionment to
future conventions reports that each
State shall bo entitled to four delegates
at-large and two additional delegates-al-large
for each Kepresentative-at-large,
if any, elected in such State at the last
preceding Congressional election. Sec
ond, each Territory and the District of
Columbia shall be entitled to two dele
gates. Third, each Congressional Dis
trict shall be entitled to two delegates.
Mr. Uishop, of Massachusetts, then
prestnud a minority report ou the sub
ject of revising the apportionment,
recommending the following: "The
undersigned, a minority Of the Com
mittee ou Pules and Order ol Business,
who were directed to inquire into tho
subject of revising the apportionment of
delegates to luture .National Contentions,
beitii; unable to agree with the cou
elusions of the maturity of tho com
mittee on this subject, recommend the
adoption of the following:
Ji'-solretl, That In future Republican
National Conventions the representation
by delegates shall be as follows : First,
each State slwil be entitled to four deie-gates-at-large
and to one additional dele
gate-at-large for each representative at
large, If unv elected in such State at the
last preceding Presidential election
Second, each Territory and the District
of Columbia shall be entitled to two dele
gates-at-large. Third, each Congressional
district for every teu thousand votes, or
majority fraction thereof cat for the lie
puolican Presidential ticket at the last
preceding election. Fourtlit the Repub
lican National Committee Lall within
the year followiug each Presidential elec
tion certify the representation to each
State aud District hereby entitled iu the
following National Convention.
Hubbard, of Kentucky, made an argu
nient against the minority report, which
was the strongest speech made ou the
lloor of the Convention. Ho declared
that it meant disfranchisement to the
South; that the North had never stood
by the Republicans iu projiortion to the
support it hac? received from the South.
"It means disfranchisement," he said,
"and if you mean that, let it be done here
aud now. But iu the name of God duu't
forget that the gallows vou are now erect
ing : may some day hang some of you."
Lynch,of Mississippi, was loudly called
for. He opposed the minority report iu
a calm, strong, comprehensive speech, in
which he agreed with Hubbard that It
was directed at the South aud meant the
disfranchisement of white and black alike
iu that region. It gave the shotgun bull
dozer aud ballot-stuffer facilities which
would enable them to carry every
thing their owu way. Lynch begged the
Convention not to iuilict this injustice
itpon the race he represented, or upon
their white allies. It would have been a
good resolution for a Democratic Con
vention. In his own case Ave thousand
votes cast for him had been counted for
his oppouetit. If you accept the minority
report you will only admit me upon the
votes the Democrats are willing to give
me. Great applause.
Waruer, 'of Missouri, made another
strong speech against the minority re
port. The South Is against the North in
this matter, and sectional feeling is
running so strong that some of the lead
ers are quietly urging diplomacy for fear
that it will get into the ballot. Amid
wild cheers Warner, of Missouri, dared
the North to put the slight upon the
Mr, Townseud, of Now York, said In
1S70 we endeavored to count the elector
al votes for President cast iu this Union.
We counted the votes and declared Mr.
Hayes the President of the Uulted States.
Wo found that there were twenty thou-
and more Republicans In South Car-.
olina than Democrats; teuthousaud more
Republicans iu Mississippi than Demo
crats; a very large majority in Louisiana,
and a fair majority iu Florida. Wild
West, of Ohio, said In liupassioued
tones that the home of a score of faithful;
statesmen was opposed to the principles'
set forth lu tho minority report.
Ex-Governor Long said : "1 move that!
this matter bo referred to the National;
Executive Committee." (Cries of "No,
Filley, of Missouri, then followed, and
appealed to the Convention not to cut off.
auy portion of the Republican party from'
equal representation in the counsels of
O'ilara, of North Carolina, spoke
against the minority report amid con
siderable noise aud confusion.
Tho minority report was then with;
drawn and the original resolution adopt-'
ed as amcuded, with leave to tho minor
ity to present and have considered the
report when amended.
Noth. This la a kind of sub-lssuo on
basis of representation only. If the
minority report was adopted Republicans
would not have a corporal's guard from
tho Houth In the next Congress. Powell
Clay von also opposed tho resolution, So.
far not one of the siguers lias said u word
In Its favor.
Tho following arc the names ot the
signers to tho minority report i Gcorgi
Clcarbonte: J. J. Rolllv. B. It. Bishop, J.
J. O'NellL J. W. Bell, J. J. Gardiner, H.i
U. Atuex ton and Wm. M. Itewsou.
Tlia HMMvwitiftan MM vakAltllVaMfl AJWatant-Anl
WWB UUIUIMIUDVVU IWVIMVfVdP mwirwnH
The Republicans, It declares, renew their
allegiance to the party. It has galued Its
strength by quick responses to tho de
mands of tho people, and accepts anew
the duty of leading lu the work of reform.
It refers to the death of Gartluld In elo
quent terms; commeuds the administra
tion of Arthur as a recognized wise
policy under which the country bas been
blessed with eminent prosperity.
The uext narairranh has ref
erence to the tariff, which it de-
lares shall not be for revenue only
but shall afford security to industry and
protection to labor and secure to tho la
boring man his share In the National
prosperity. It protests against the
conoftiic policy of the Democratic party.
The Republican party promises to re
duce the surplus revenue not by horizon
tal reduction but by methods that shall
not contribute to the burdeus of tho peo
ple. Tho party will also de
mand protection for wool-growers
and urge that all commercial na
tions be united to tlx a relative
value for gold aud silver coinage. The
party will support legislation to carry
out the policy of Congress over Iuter-
hiato commerce; it protests against ex
cessive charges for transportation; fa
vors the establishment of a labor bureau,
the eight-hour 1W and the educational
system; also the settlement of National
differences by International arbitration;
opposes placing labor in competi
tion with servile labor, denounces
the importation of foreign labor
and demands the enforcement of tho
law prohibiting Chinese immigration.
Civil service reform, it says, should be
applied to all branches of the service and
In the executive appointments. -..Tho
public lauds are the heritage of thcpe'oplo
of the United States and should be re
served for actual settlers. It opposes
tho acquisition of these lauds bycorpora
tion, and especially by those of foreign
capitalists; demands the forfeiture of
grants to corporations which have not
complied with the terms of their grants.
It pledges the party to pension soldiers,
and t-j put a period to the limitation act
of lvl.i. It demands the restoration of
the navy to its old-time strength and etli
ciency, aud calls upou Congress to remove
the embargo under which it Is placed.
Appointments iu the Territories should
be made from resideiitsof the Territories
iu which they are appointed; demand
the suppression of polygamy in our Ter
ritories and the enforcement ot tne laws
by soldiers, if need be. It realllrms tin!
supremacy of the National Government;
the perpetuity of our Institutions rest ou
a free ballot, au honest count and true
returns; denounces the Democratic party
for fraud and violence iu the South; ex-ti-uds
sympathy to Southern voters and
-demands for them recognition lu all civil
and political rights.
The reading of the platform was Inter
rupted by loug aud continued applause
The name of President Arthur was re
peatedly cheered and at various stages.
In cheering the reading of the section re
lating to the tariff, the va-st audience be
came almost uncontrolable aud made the
roof ring with its applause. A similar
greeting give recoguitiou to the state
ment ttiat there should be no foreign ii
terveutiou with American affairs. It was
the most euthusiastic moment of the
Convention, and the vast audience seemed
in thorough accord with one and every
sentiment expressed iu the document.
National Committee selections were as
Alabama Wm. Youngblood.
Arkansas Powell Clayton.
Connecticut Samuel Fessendeu.
Delaware Daniel J. Laytou.
Illinois David C. Littler.
Indiana John C. New.
Iowa . J. G'Jarkson.
Kansas John A. Martin.
Kentucky J. J. Moore.
Maine j. M. Rays.
Massachusetts W. W. Crapo.
Michig in .John 11. Saiboru.
Missis.-ippI John it. Lynch.
Missouri Robert J. Van Horn.
Nebraska lion. Church Howe.
Nevada Thomas Wren.
New Hampshire blank.
New Jersey II. A. Hobart.
New York George 1). Lawson.
North Carolina L. W. Humphreys.
Ohio A. L. Conger.
Oregou John T. Apperson.
Pennsylvania 15. F. Jones.
Rhode Island II. A. Jenks.
South Carolina J. V.Johnston.
Texas C. C. l'iukiey.
Vermont J. W. Hooker.
Virginia F. S. Illalr.
West Virginia John W. Mason.
Wisconsin Ed. Sanderson.
Arizona Clark Churchill.
Dakota Judge lieuuett.
District of Columbia blank.
Idaho Sherman II. Collin.
Montana James II. Mills.
New Mexico blank.
Utah Charles W. Bennett.
Washington Territory W. D. Alinar-d.
Wyoming Territory Joseph F. Carey.
At this stage a recess was taken till
seven o'clock this eveuing.
The Chicatro Press on the Situation.
Cmr.uio, Iu.., June 5. The Inter
Ocean says the Arthur ranks stand llrmly
and grow steadily.
The Tribune says that seven of the Ma
hone Virginia delegation which the Com
mittee ou Credentials has decided to ad
mit to tho Couvtmtlou will vote for
Blaine. It says that tho conference of
Arthur aud Edmunds men last night to
secure enough independent votes to put
Arthur ahead of Blaine ou the llrst ballot
failed. The contests In Ala
bama, Georgia and Virginia wero
decided by tho Committee on Cre
dentials in favor of Arthur; the'
delegates from Illinois in favor of Logan;
Kentucky, Filth District, in favor of the
two Blaine contestants; Mary laud, iu
favor of the two lilaiue contestants;
Sixth District, New York, in fayorof the
two Arthur men; Nineteenth District,
New York, both regular and contesting
delegates to be seated ; Pennsylvania, In
favor of the regular delegates. It is
claimed that the delay In tho proceedings
is unfavorable to both Blaine and
Arthur's chances. It is thought a -ballot
will not be reached till to-morrow.
Tho Tinw says the belief Is stronger
than ever that neither Blaine nor Arthur
can be nominated. It further says the
lilalnc men offered Logan the Vteo-jPro5
dwicy to combine forces, bat tho offer
wan rofuwd The same papsr farther
says that Art or ts practically out ot the
race unless tho failure of toe lodcposd-i
eat movement brings Edmonds and flaw
ley's vote to him.
WlUT THKY CXAUC.
The Lozah men ctatm Actiuur. Booth-,
era rot after toe nitre paoob
Bdnuad'a men expect hi veto
tauaHatetl. Tfco enannw
Log-an'a Boom BlooaUny.
Chicago, III., June 5, 10 jum. The
morulug uewspapers were Med with re
ports of detections amoiis tho Logau
supporters, aud It was declared that
Governor Cuilum would lead off with
seventeen of the voteu for Arthur. Dele
gate Pfelffer, of Bloouitngton, says In
reply; "Tnoro is not a word of truth In
these rumors. We are standing solidly
together and will break for nobody."
Governor Cullotn said : "Why should
I not be for Logan as long as tlnsrc id tho
smallest possibility of hid uuiulnatiou. I
have been selected to place- blm before
the convention, and it id not likely I
would betray so great a trust. Just say
that I am an honest man yet, and under
no oircumstauces will I desert Logan as
long as ho Is before tho convention.
Everybody knows iny relations with
President Artlwir have been pleasant,
und 1 regard him as au available mau, but
.NOT liAI.fc' SO AVAILAJ1LBAS LOGAN."
Hon. Isaac Clementd said: "We are
now occupying au enviable position, hav
ing friends among all the favorites. Out
of our delegation of forty-four, Logan
will receive forty steadfast votes and we
are assured by Arthur's friends iu New
York that that strength will Anally come
to us. Geo. McKee, delegate from Mis
sissippi, told mo this morning that Logan
was the second choice In Mississippi and
throughout tho South. In brief, wa have
every reason to auticlpato success, and
till rumors to the contrary are untrue."
TACTIC S OF 1JLAINK MAN A(i Kit's.
They Will Break the Policy of Delay
No Opposition to the Reports.
Chicago, Iu.., June 5. It Is reported
the Blaine managers have resolved to en
deavor to bleak the policy of delay here
tofore pursued by the Arthur-Edmunds
managers to push matters to a conclu
sion. " While lighting stoutly in the com
mittees they will content themselves with
that, aud not invite resistance In the
open Convention. This seems to be their
best plan. They also hope to deleat the
independents by Inducing tho Arthur
men, who are opposed to a el irk horse,
to coma to Blaine on some late ballot.
Lincoln is Second. Choice.
CiiK-Aiio, Iu.., June 5. There is only
one name mentioned iu connection with
the Vice-Presidency that of Robert Liu
coin. Tho supporters of nearly all the
favorites have agreed upon him almost
without opposition. The last State to
fall iu lino was tho
which this morning uuanimously agreed
to support Liucoln unless something ex
traordinary should lu the meantime oc
ur. It is possible now that Lincoln will
be given the vice-presidential nomination
unanimously by acclamation.
POOLS IX CHICAGO.
Blaine the Favorite, Arthur the Second
Choice The Field.
Cinc.vc.io, fix., Juue 5-At Riley's pool
rooms pools are beiug sold ou the candi
dates as follows : Blaine, 35; Arthur, 27;
Lincoln, 9 ; Edmunds, 8; Logan, 5; Geu
eral Sherman, 5; John Shcrman 5;
Gresham. a: the field 5. The betting men
snv that this is without exception tho
dullest convention for sporting ever held
in the country. .
WALKED OIF A MOVING JltAIV.
An Army Officer Instantly Killed Child
Mkxico, Mo,, June 5. Lieutenant
Rice, a Quartermaster in the L'nited
States Army, walked off a train while iu
motion near here last night and was in
stantly killed. Ho was en route to Chi
cago from the West. lie was tn his
night clothes when found and the sup
position is he was a somnambulist.
FELL INTO A WK1.I..
A two-year-old child of John Gilospie,
south of this city, fell into a well yester
day afternoon and was drowned. Another
child had been drawing water from the
well aud left It open.
The funeral of Albert White, who was
shot and killed at Perry yesterday morn
ing by A. B. Hyde, took place to-day.
The Coroner's verdict was "justifiable
11Y HIS OWX HAND.
Sudden and Delibere-te Suicide of a
Sr. Lout, Mo., June 5. At about ten
minutes before three o'clock thi after
noon a sewiug-iu.ichiuc canvasser named
Harry Campbell, while sitting at a desk
at 130t Franklin avenue, drew a self
cocking revolver and placing the nuu'.le
at his forehead, eHscharircd the weapon.
The ball entered his head and
crashed through his brain, causing
instant death. As the shock occurred, the
victim of his own rash action sprang lor
ward spasmodically, and fell prone upon
the lloor. Those who were llrst at his side
detected an irregular pulse for a moment,
and theu all was over. Deceased was a
man of intemperate, habits, and U Is
known that he this morning sought and
obtained credit for drink at a neighboring
saloon. The inference is therefor platl
ble that trouble and remorse caused the
desperation which nerved him to the aw
A Total Wreck.
Washington, D. C, June 5. The Sig
nal Station at liarnegal reports tho'
schooner Altavclla, Captain Wells, of;
Blno Hill, from Maine Stone for WiijIi-,
lln llivilinr last llilTllt'S Mill, Wl'IlO
ashore at liarnegal Shoals. Crew safe.
Vessel probably a total wreck.
Nk.w Havks, Conn-, Juno 5.-Tl.e
Democratic State Convention was largely
attended, and Charles M. Jcwlyn was
elected temporary chairman. An allnsiou
to Tilde n was loudly cheered.
Evangelical Lutlioraa Minis Urium.
Kf.awno, P., Jtino H.-The 187th an
nual meeting of the Kvangellctrt Lutheran
Mlulsterlu!Bo(l1e4infiylvauui and adjacent
States mot thXa morning. Four hundred
- - a Wf.IMnn"ntAB ifrm nrfwinnt- I
Tin Minifiterlam will bo tn ersvlon a
Moxti'buzk, Vt, Juno 5.Tho D.moJ
ccticftiHtfl'Cbuvejcr asueniblcd to-ehry
wltb S00 ft&Rafos tn aUemtanco, Aj
mostlDO of r. rudest nxxm tail
cMnaon, Kv 3etttiBa Vft recvU
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cures
Soraneti, Cutf, Bruiiat,
.Vnd all otlir bodily achus
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by nil Dnik'Kl.its and
h-hIi-m. Dirt'ctiuua lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(Swxxwin to A. TUUEUR CO )
llalliiuore, 31 d., V,H. A, '
Fro'n th'jsu sources aiLso three-fourths ot
tbo discuses of the liiiiimii nice. Tlieso
symptoms indicato iheir existence : Loaa of
'.Vitpctil. liowt-I coitivc, Sick llcad
ntliti, fullness alter citing-, n version to
ti.rtlou of Imdy or luind, Kructallon
tit food, In liability of tfmucr, Lour
apiilti, fci linir of linvliig neglected
aoine duty, I'l'iue i, Flutterlnir at (he
limit, ot before the tyrt, highly col
ored Trine, COXSTUMTIOAI, and do
niumlth'! use Of a remedy tnnt acts illroctly
on tho I.Ivor. saLivcr medicine Tl'TT'S
l'l I AM liuve no e.itnil. Tlulr notion on tho
Kl liioysnndsiiia idiilso tiroinnt; removing
all i:iiuii-i! ics thion:;h tlieso threo " cov-tnsri-rs
of tho tviitm," producing appe
tile, sound digestion, regular Htorx, a elenr
Bldmir.dll viuornus l.odv. TVTT'ft aMLXS
can to no namca or frilptng nor Interfere
with d'lllv wi-.t and aio a rn-rfeet
AHTiPOTfi TO MALARIA.
HE FEEIS LlitK A SEW MAN.
"I have hud I'jHiiepaia, with Constipa
tion, two years, ami liuve tried ten different
lands of nills, and 'il'TT'S are tho first
Hint liavo done mo any good. They have
cleaned tne mt nicely. My appetite Is
splendid, loml digests readily, and I now
have natural prisiiRes. I feel like a now
man." W. D. DUrAIUXS, I'nlmyra, O.
t-.Meverywlii!rp,25e. ORVe.J I Murray St.,N.T,
tutts mm DYE.
On AT IlAin 0!t WmsiCKiM changed ln
staidly to a eiixi.- sr HiAt i! by a slnglo up.
plication of this DVi:. Sold by Druggbils.
or aent by esjircss on receipt of $ 1.
Ot'lce.-ll Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S ifiA'fi'JAl OF USEFUL P!CE)PTS ff.lt.
BicH noit'l'trhe and rtlieva all tha tremble Inci
dent to a bilious Btato of the nystc-ni, inch an Dii
zinosi. N.insea, Droweinens, Uintress after eating-,
r-i'n in the Side, Ac. Whilo their most remark
ablo succces baa been eliown In curing
nrarl.irhe.yrt Carter's Little Liver Pillsaroefinallj
Viduaiilu in t'uuetip.ition, curing and preventLng
tliia annoying complaint, while (hoy a'ao correct
all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate tha liver
aud rcuiuie the bowels. Even II they only cutud
Arhethry vouldbcalmCBtpncclppa tothofWWho
uii'-r f r .m this distrcssini? complamt; but tortu
mitel v their coodnesa does not end hcrt'.and thoao
able in ho many ways that, they wjllriot li-
-hrt rnr, irv infill win uuu h.vdw iu- -
to do without tliuu.
Dut after all eicli head
Is 1 Jiebano of to many livri that here is where we
mako our ercut boast. Our pilla cure It whilo
Others do nt... .
l lirter 8 lttlO ITCr I HIS are wyrauuiaua
.-lid V fnriike. OnO fir lVO till
Tin y aro ptrictly vcttetablo anil do nol gripo or
pnrijo. but by their pentlu action pl.-am U who
ii-ethem. Iuvial3uti'3ceiit; llvo orl, Sold
by dru-i3t3 every where, or aent by mail.
CAIiTER MEDICINE CO . New York
Liver aud Kidney Komotly,
OnniiKinnded from tho well known
Ctir.iiv.-s Hops. Malt, Bu.-bu, Man
drake. Dnn.lell.in, Snrsitparllla, ta
i-ii-i S.-i'-niila, etc., comiiiited wita an
n:rreeah!i- Ar-m!t tie' Klixir. .
i THEir cuhe mnmx & miwmA
Act npoa tho Liver and Klunj,
REaULATE TUB DOWELS,
IT'iev cure RhPinimtlsm, nna an un
n.iry trouhles. They Invigorate,
tn nourish, Rt retit?tiicn nun quies
V tho Nervous System.
A An n Tonlo they hava no Equal.
(r 5 T ike nono but Hups aim Mali niuur;
T ike nono but Ilnjia and Mult Itlttura.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.-
it I Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
UALLIOAY BROTH EPS.
qiirbest Cfwh Price Paid for Whtat,
Iii i -iBiil'iaal
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