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HEAR THE ECHOS.
now the Tlckot is Received by
Those Moat Interested in
Comments of Press and People in all
Quarters of the Country and
"The Most Valuable Sslection That CouM
Possibly be Made," Dec'arethe
'The Strongest Ticket Evar Put in the
Field by the Republican Party,"
Say Its Friends.
Blaine at Home.
AfucsTA, Ml-.., June 7. Mr. Blaine
took the news of his nomination with
reasonable equanimity.. lie spent the
iifUTuoou on the lawn In front of his res
iduucv on Stute street, recliuliiK iu a
hammock, apparently unconcerned at the
fact that the eyes of the whole nation
were upon him. llis wife and several
members of his family were around him.
Wag-.'ic, one of Mr. Maine's daughters,
was stationed at a telephone in au upper
room, receiving the latest news. As the
dispatches came in Mr. Maine opened
and read them. There was some joking
about apple trees among the party.
iHiJN'r ;k. i i:m iti:i.
When the news of Mr. Blaine's nomi
nation wa received there was n j particu
lar change in the manner of the party.
Mr. Maine did not seem to be affected
in any way, but on the contrary, exhibit
ed the utmost equanimity, lie said lhat
he was lad that he was not In Washing
ton, and was seconded by Mr. Maine.
'11 we were lu Washington," she said,
"we should be overruu by ;;rcat
Soon after the nomination Orville ).
Uaker and other prominent, men arrived
and congratulated Sir. Maine, who re
spotidea with the utmost serenity. When
the news of the n jiuination reached Au
Ciista a perfect wave of enthusiasm rolled
over the city. The streets were thronged
with excited men who, almot frenzied
with delight, shouted until they were
hoarse. They threw up their hats
wrestled with each other aud cut up all
manner of caper.. A Hair was run up on
Water street inscribed : ' )ur Next Pres
ident James (j. Maine." The banner
was received with loud shouts and
cheers, l'ells were rung and cannon
Ten minutes aft;r the nomination a
larqc body of schoolchildren came down
Oak street and added their voices to the
din. The shouts and hurrahs could be
heard all over the city uutii far iuto the
Intense Interest has been manifested
by the people all day in the proceedings
of the Convention. Karly in the day all
business was practically suspended and
Mr. Blaine's chances became the chief
topic of conversation.
At Mr. Maine's mansion the scene
throughout the afternoon was fully as in
teresting. On accouut of tho warmth of
the day Mr. Maine acid the members of
his family had abandoned tho house for
the shaded lawn, and the Western Union
messenger on his frequent visits found
the ceutral thru re of the Convention sitting
in a hammock suspended beneath flowing
brandies of fruit trees and surround
ed by members of his family and a few
neighbors and friends, who, at the recep
tion of each dispatch, exhibited far more
anxiety over the result thau Mr. Blaine
himself. A considerable portion of the
time Mr. Blaine played with his grand
child, and was iu the best possible humor,
freely communicating to all around him
the contents of the dispatches. Several
congratulatory dispatches were received
before the result of the Convention was
It has been announced that Mr. Maine
and his family would spend the heated
period at Bar Harbor, but it Is now
expected that the larger portion of
the summer and autumn will be spent
at his residence in this city. He has
got to tlnish the second volume of his
history, aud this of itself will probably
take some months, lie has the work
well in hand, and the events to be
treated are resher iu his mind than
those included In the llr-t volume. If
Augusta is to become the Mentor of
Maine the prosecution of literary work
will not be an easy task, even to a mau of
Mr. Blaine's mental activity.
The crowd to-night assembled at Mr.
Blaine's residence and Blaine appeared
at the doorway and surveyed the as
sombltal multitude for a moment. All
demonstration was quickly hushed aud
Blaine spoke as follows:
My Fi:ii:nis and My Xkiciiuous I
thank you most sincerely for the honor
of this call. There is no spot lu the
world where good news comes to me so
gratefully as here at my owu home,
among the people with whom I have beeu
on terms of friendship and iutimacy
more than thirty years; people whom I
know and who know me. Thanking
you again for the heartiness of the com
pliment, I bid you good night.
Hundreds of dispatches from all parts
of the country were received by Mr.
Blaine. Following arc a few of the most
Washington, 1). C, June 0, Kxecutlvc
Mansion. Hon. Jamks G. Bi.aink As
the candidate of the Kcpubliean party
you will bave my earnest aud cordial
Signed CiikstkrA. Autiilii.
Mr. Blaine replied:
Hon. Ciikstkk A. Aktim it, President
U. S., Washington, D. C Accept my
sincere thanks for your cordial assur
ances. Signed Jamks 0. Blaine,
To Hon. J. 0. Bi.aink I most heartily
rnnsnitulate you on your nomination.
You will be elected.
Signed John A. Likjan.
Mr. Blaine sent the following dispatch
to Senator Logan:
"1 am proud and honored by being as
gociated with you In aXational campaigu.
Signed "Jamks (J. Bi.aink."
"Washington, D. C, Juuc 0.
"Ho.. J. G. Blainf.:
"Accept congratulations and cordial
Signed "Jo. R. IUwlky."
Among others sending congratulatory
disuatches an.Ucury L. Dawes, lien Ilar-
rison, Muiut Ualstead, IOx Govcrnor Cor
null, F. Carroll Brewster, Hills II. Rob
erts and Kdwln Cowles, editor Cleveland'
A special train of llfteen cars from
Portland, Lewistou and other cities
reached the city in the evening, and a
few minutes lates a special from Bangor
ami a way-train arrived with thirteen cars
and upwards of one thousand people.
The visitors marched to the residence of
Blaine, who received and addressed them
Gkxh.kmkx I am sure I must regard
this as a compliment totally unprecedent
ed in the history of politics iu Maine. I
do not dare to lake the compliment all to
myself, but I recognize the earnestness
with which you ure prepared to enter tho
pending national campaign, and I have
the pleasure to announce to
from tbe dispatch I have
received, that I have myself
honor to bo associated on
Kcpubliean ticket with that brave
honorable soldier, that eminent Senator
and true man, John A. Logan, of Illinois.
Tremendous applause aud cheers.
"Three times three for Logan," and a
voice "You can't beat that team." I am
sure, gentlemen, I can add nothing by a
speech to that fact, and you would hardly
expect me to do more on this occasion
thau to express to you the very deep ob
ligation 1 feel under for the extraordinary
compliment you have paid me iu coming
from your homes in distant parts of the
State on the announcement of the action
of the National Convention. I wish my
house was large enough to contain you
all, as my heart Is. Voices, "Good,"
and cheers. I am very sorry that the
element are not as auspicious as they
inlubt have been for your visit. A voice,
"We have been waiting for this shower
for eight years." The way you stand it
is good proof. 1 am sure that you are
not fair weather soldiers, but arc as
ready tocome out in storm as In sun
shine. Your energy and earnestness of
this evening give good augury of your
successful work in the canvass lu which
von w ill soon enter.
loll X A. LOGAN.
A Happy Woman's Rejoicing; in Her
Washington, D. C, June 7. At ten
o'clock last evening General Logan sat
lu his library, conversing with friends
upon the events of the day's session
of the Convention at Chicago. In
an adjoining front room was
Mrs. Logan convendug with a party
numbering eight or ten ladies
and two or three geullemen. A card was
brought Into the General by a colored
waiter, followed instantly by two or
three perspiring gentlemen, who seized
General Logan's hand and shook it heart
ily, offering him congratulations upon
something which they were not
given au opportunity to fully ex
plain. There was a mo
mentary sound of more excited conversa
tion iu the front room, as if something
of an agreeable nature had become known
to the companions of Mrs. Logan, and
that lady entered the library the bearer
of a torn envelope and its en
closure In her hand, "Come, Papa,
here is something," she said, as
she grasped his hand to lead him toward
the light. A shout of three or four hoarse
voices was heard from the street. A la-ly
clad in pure white passed Mrs,. L..iu
and seized both of the General' hands,
beginning an impressive and evi
dently very welcome greeting.
More gentlemen entered. Loud
shouts came from the streets. Some
one proposed three cheers for something
and the result drowned for a moment all
voices lu the room. "Vdy happy,
thanks. Very gratifying. Nominated ly
acclamation, did you say? Great compli
ment. Very much obliged. Yes, yes.
Oh! I remember you; certainly." The
souud of teams approaching from
a distance lent its help to
swell the noise. The General's face at
the first salutation wore a look of some
thing resembling surprise, but it gave
place to blushes aud broad smiles as he
was seized by the ladies and gentlemen
and conducted to the front window
in response to a demand from tho
street below. "Speech, speech,"
snouted tne crowd oi a thousand white
aud colored men in about equal propor
tions, and again the General, now a pris
oner in the hauds of his captors, took up
his march. The way was cleared with dilll
culty through the hall down stairs, out to
the front door, where, standing upon
the steps of the mansion, the General
was cheered very f?quenUy by his vis
itors. Sileuce was secured, and General
Logan, In a voice inaudible to more than
half the crowd, said:
"FitiKMis I thank you for your kind
greeting to-night. I am not prepared to
make a speech. Again I thank you.
General and Mrs. Logan were then
conducted back to the parlor of
the mansion and, the doors being
thrown open, crowds pressed
in and, forming in a line, riled past, shak
ing the extended hand of both the Gen
eral and his wife. In half an hour they
were gone and General Logan
hud an opportunity to read the
paper which Mrs. Logan had
brought him when the quiet of their
home was tirst disturbed. It proved
to be Ihe Associated Press bulletin an
nouncing his nomination by acclamation
for the Vice-Presidency.
Til E OTHF.lt FKLLOWsi.
How They Feel Over Their Own De
feet and Thoir Riva'.s' Succes
Washington, D. C, June C Presi
dent Arthur received the decisive news
from Chicago with great composure.
Secretaries Lincolu and Chaudler, Postmaster-General
Grcsham aud Senator
Don Cameron, who have been guests at
the AVhlte House for several days, were
with him when the foreshadowing bulle
tins arrived, and without waiting for
the complete fulllllnieut, the President
invited the company to proceed with him
to luncheou. Shortly afterward Presi
dent Arthur responded to the card of an
agent of the Associated Press, who found
him, not only cheerful, but apparently In
the best of spirits. He remarked that the
news from the Convention to-day had not
taken him by surprise, disappointments in
politics being of such common occur
rence, and so readily discounted. He also
plcasautly referred to the general law of
compensation, and said be highly prized
numerous compensations that might be
nx-uUoned In the present case. As to his
posttiou in the canvass the President said
it was outlined in tho telegram whVoh he
bad scut to Mr. Blaine immediately upon
the receipt of the announcement of tho
Seuator Logan, lu answor to a requost
fprthcoxpre on joChtpophniiMi . regard
ing tho nomination of Blaine, said ho
could not express his sentiments better
than by showing what he had already
written. He thereupon produced copies
of two dispatches sent by him this after
noon. The first was to the Illinois dele
gation while the third ballot was being
taken and was as follows:
Washington, D. C, Juno C.
Hon. S. M. Cixlom and Illinois delega
The Kepubllcans of the States that
must be relied upon to elect the Presi
dent having so strongly shown a prefer
ence for Mr. Maine, 1 deem It my duty
not to stand In the way of the people's
choice, aud recommend my friends to as
sent to his nomination.
John A. Lohan.
The second dispatch was as follows:
Washington, II. C, June U.
IIu.v. J. G. Bi.aink, Augusta, Me.
I most heartily congratulate you on
your nomination. louwlll be elected.
Signed Joiix A. Logan.
Senator Sherman, who was stepping
into his carriage for an evening drive,
said: "You can say if you choose that I
shall support the ticket heartily. I am a
Kcpubliean aud shall support the nomi
nees of the party, of course."
Senator Hawley, while the ballots were
being received, sat in his committee
room, and when the votes of Illinois aud
Indiana assured the nomination of Bla'.ue
he said: "I am as happy as any
mau can be. My State remained with
me. The nomination of Blaine was evi
dent during the third ballot. While that
was being taken I wrote a telegram in
tending to send it to the Biaiuo
men, suwesting Miller, of California,
be given the second place. He is an
old soldier, but 1 thought the California
Legislature might not elect a liepublican
in Miller's place and concluded not tosend
the dispatch. I think we shall elect the
liepublican ticket. The campaign
will be tierce and red-hot. What
we want now is a Kcpubliean House of
Kepresentatives. The people must elect
a Kcpubliean Congress. They cannot
blame the Kepubllcans for not complying
with their wishes while there is a Demo
cratic majority of seventy In tbe House.
Senator Edmunds spent the early part
of the day and jiart of the afternoon
alter the adjournment of the Senate in
hs committee-room. He was found
at home early in the evening and
said, in reply to a request for his
opinions regarding the nomination of
B.alue: "It ought to be the most pop
ular thing going. All the great Ceu
tral Stat-s and pretty nearly a
majority of New York, on the
latter 7otcs, where the tug of wut
has got to come, were very enthu
siastic for him. As a test of what tho
Kcpubliean party wants, tiie States that
ha got Kcpubliean votes to give, cer
taiuly furnish every strong reason for
hope of the success of the parly. He
certainly was a great deal stronger than
anybody else in all of those States that
An allusion having been made to his
own candidacy, Senator Edmunds said:
"Everybody kuew, who knew anything
about it, that every movement was made
against my earnest remonstrance. I havo
never had" any bees in my bounet."
In regard to the report Irom uncage
Indicating the probable nomination o1
General Logan for the Vice-Presidency,
Senator Edmunds said : "I don't see bul
it is the best thing that they can possi
bly do. The soldier element will b
most ilttiiylv recognized In the selec
Secretary Lincoln said he could not at
once get over the failure of the President
to receive the nomination, which h
(Lincolu) thought Mr. Arthur had
earned, if such a thing could bt
said of any one; but he added
that the party had expressed its choice,
and in naming Blaine and Logau had
made a strong ticket. It had also
strong platform, and upon the ticket ana
platform all Republicans would, he said;
unite heartily to wiu the customary vie
tory in November.
Postmaster-General Grcsham said ol
the work of the convention that it waa
well done; that a strong ticket had been
nominated one that would be satisfac
tory to all Republicans, and for the suc
cess of which all Republicans would work
with a will.
Speculations on trie Ticket.
Boston, Mass., June ".The follow
iug paragraphs arc from the (Hole's in
terview with prominent men of Massa
chusctts ou the nomination of Blaine:
Ex-Collector Beard regards the nomi
nation of James G. Blaine, by the Re
publican Convention, as the very strongest
that could be made.
In an interview with ex-Governor But
ler, at Lowell, last night, he said: "Maine
is an able, shrewd man, and a good polit
ical general. Logan as the Vice-Presidential
candidate will bo satisfactory to
the soldier element.
Hon. Hugh O'Brien said: "The Repub
licans have not given us a Presidential
candidate for the last twelve years having
as many weak points as James G. Blaine."
Mayor Martin, of Boston, thanks God
that Logan was not nominated for Presi
dent. He said: "Mr. Blaine is a mau
with much personal magnetism, and has
a very large following, especially in the
Western States. I believe that if a man
like Cleveland, of New York, is nomi
nated by the Democrats he will have a very
good chance of election."
lion. CharliS Theodore Russell, of
Cambridge, thinks this a golden oppor
tunity for the Democrats, and says: "Let
them nominate a popular candidate on a
good platform and the election is
Collector Worthingtou expected that
Blaine would bo nominated if Arthur
would not: "Am just as sure that he will
be elected by a strong majority."
Governor Robinson declines an inter
view, but says the nomination was not
unexpected; Biaiuo would run well
throughout the North, and probably at
the South also. Robinson would express
no opinion as to Blaine's chances.
Secretary Lincoln says of the nomina
tion : "The ticket Is u strong one, and
will certainly win."
Secretary Chandler: "It is a positive
and aggressive nomination."
Secretary Folger: "Tho ticket Is as
strong a one us could have been nomi
nated." General Hawley: "It was a fair nomi
nation. Blalno bad the good wIU ol tho
If o Hop For th Party or the People.
Kkw York, June 7. Tlw KrMg ToM
this afternoon say : "The nomfusthm at
Chicago meant the triumph of .t$a .ora
cles w hich have beeu long at work for tho
disintegration of the Republican party.
When it camu out of tho war In control
of an overllowing Treasury and a vast
patronage, nothing could have saved it
from the clutches of the jobbing element
which rapidly grew up within its ranks
as tho old leaders died out but the stim
ulus of new Ideas and new hopes. Neither
of these thlugs have come to tts rescue.
That Biaiuo can not be elected we look
on as certain. Tbe extent of his defeat
w ill depend largely on the action of tho
Democrats. They have now an opportu
nity offered such as has not presented it
self for a quarter of a ceutury. That they
will offer deliverance or relief to disgust
ed Republicans by nominating such a man
as Cleveland or Bayard when Tlldcu, or
Flower, or Jefferson Davis, or John Kel
ly are withlu reach Is something which
it would be very rash to predict."
Jay Oould Satisfied.
Nkw Yoiik, June 7. Gould had left tho
city for his country home before the news
of the nomination was received in Wall
street. While the third ballot was in pro
gress he said: "I think that Mr. Blaine
will be the candidate of the convention,
I shall be perfectly satisfied with the
nomination. Blaine is a live mau aud
will be a live Presideut. There is noth
ing dead about him. He is abreast of
the times and never allows himself to fall
behind a single step. Arthur has done
very well in the olllce, and worse candi
dates might be selected, but Maine is the
mau for the place.
A Big- Drunk on the Maine P.an.
Boston-, Mass., June ", A dispatch to
the (Hull', from .Vgusta, Maine, says:
"Augusta has awakened with a big head
this morning. It is painfully evident t.'iat
several besides the old men who had not
been drunk for thirty years, but who were
bound to get drunk if Blaine was nom
inated, decided to celebrate in the same
way. It Is currently reported ou the
street that the California delegation will
accompany the Maine delegation home,
Mr. Blaine secluded himself this fore
noon. Excursions from all parts of the Strtte
are being planned, aud for the next week
constant trouble is iu store for Mr
A Wet Blanket.
Sr. JoiiNsniini, Vr., June ".-The
nomination of Maine aud Logan falls
liko a wet blanket ou all classes
of Republicans in this section of
the Stale. Several Republican news
papers are threatening to bolt the nomi
nation. All say the Democrats have only
to make a good ticket to win.
The Thunderer's Opinion.
London, June 7. The Times says:
"Blaine's nomination will be received
with satisfaction. Not ouly has he beeu
the most popultr candidate, but the most
conspicuous aud respected politician in
the ranks of the Republican party,
which has done itself honor by the nom
ination of so well-known and distinguish
ed a man. If the Democrats could make
up their minds to a definite and reasoua
free trade policy they certainly would se
cure more sympathy on this side of the
At a itic than hitherto. In the meantime
we congratulate the Republic ou the
choice of a candidate so eminently suited
as Mr. Blaine to represent and uphold
the dignity of the United Stat:s."
KEPT 1)1.1 CAX NATIOXAL COMMIT
Temporary Organization Permanent
Headquarters at New York.
Chicago, III., June ".The Repub
lican National Committee held a session
to-day and elected John W. Masou, of
West Virginia, temporary chairman, and
George W. Hooker, of Vermont, tem
perary secretary, and adjourned to meet
at the Fifth Avcnu Hotel, New York,
June L'li. A committee composed oi
Messrs. Lawson, Chaffee, Elkins aud
New was appointed to arrange for per
manent headquarters in New York city.
lio.M i:VAiru itovxD.
Pilgrims to the Political Macca Return
Chicago, III., June 7. There was a
general breakup v.',l round this morning.'
Sleepy, tired delegates with gripsacks
climbed into every bus aud car that wont
depotwards all forenoon, and the only
special enthusiasm displayed was when a
delegate found his hotel bill had left him
enough to pay his way home.
The Blaine and Logan men are, howev
er, generally staying through the day aud
holding meetings to agree on the work of
The National Republican Committee
had a session this morning, but Its delib
erations are not yet known.
Tho committee appointed to notify the
nominees are also in session.
Exposition hall Is being rapidly dis
mantled, and the streets are thronged
with cot-loaded vehicles, furniture-cars,
etc., returning the accessories of extra
accommodation to some storehouse until
the Democratic National Convention shall
make their use again necessary.
Telegraph Rates Reduced.
Chicago, 111., June 7. The Baltimore
aud Ohio Telegraph Company has re
duced rates from Chicago aud St. Louis
to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Washington to forty cents a mes
sage. Law Against Gaming Sustained.
MF.Mi'iiis, Tcnn., June 7. The Supremo
Court at Jackson, Tennessee, this morn
ing rendered a decision alltrming the
verdict of the Criminal Court of this
county In the case of the Slate vs. Garvin,
Id which the constitutionality of tho act
passed by the Legislature making tho
keeping of a gaming-house a felony, was
being tested. Garviu was sentenced to
one year In the Penitentiary.
Another Washing-ton Bank Makes an
'Washington, D. C, June 7. J. H.
Squier & Co., bankers and brokers, closed
their doors and made au assignment to
day. They dealt principally In army and
navy accounts and were unable to realize
on them In time to meet unexpected de
mands from outside creditors.
The Ross-Courtney Raoe.
Oak Poixt, N. Y., June 7. Tho pros
pects for the Ross-Courtney race are not
very good, ubIcks the wind decreases.
It Is now blowing half a gale, yet the
managers hope to M able to call oat the
contestant by six o'clock, by which time
It to hoped the cooilltiou of the wind will
be. such as to allow the raco tp be rowed.
THE GREAT GERMAN
!lt ..il nnmni'mmrtmtL
Kelloves and cures
ii , . iiiinna
Sorenew, Cuti, Bruiiai,
Aud all other hwliiy acbes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hnlil by nil T)rggH and
Dcaler.i. Uiri'uUuna la 11
H i ll ttmmuiMifflli
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
tfluHbl VrWlEI.ER A m 1
U Haiti more, 9Id V.H.A.
Ln La 3
From tliuao sources arl.su three-fourths of
tlio lw(;iwi!S of tne hummi nice. These
symptoms Indicate thoir existence: Loas ol
Appetite, Jioxvcls coitive, kick Head
ache, fullneas after cntliiff, aversion to
eiertiouof body or mliul, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Lovr
spirits, a 1'X'linjr of having neglected
some duty, JHzziiiesii, Fluttering at the
Hrart, t before the eye. highly col
ored irrh.e, CONSTIPATION, nnd de
miuid the use Of a remetly thnt acts dlrnctly
on th.i I.lver. AanLiver nicillcino TCTT'S
I'll.I.S huvono e,iinl. Their action on tho
Kidney nnil skin la also prompt; removing
ull impurities tlironrjh tlieHO throe " scav
engers of the sytm." producing appe
tite, noi'.nd digestion, regulnr hIooIh, a elenr
skin and a vigorous hortv. Tl'TT'S riLLM
cimse no nuiuea or gi-iping nor luterlere
with dnilv work and nio a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nC FEELS MUG A AEW MAN.
"1 have had Dynnepsin, with C'onRtipa
tion.two years, and havo tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S ure the llrnt
that havo done mo nny good. They huve
cleaned mo out, nicely, flly nppetlto Is
f plendid, food dlgcau readily, and I now
have natural pussnvca. I feel like a new
man." W. V. KDH'ARDS, Palmyra, O.
BoiaeverywIiore.a.'Sc. OlCoo. H Murray St.,N.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GnAT IIaiii or WniSKF.lts changed In
stantly to a Glossy Hlack by a Hlngle ap.
plication of this Dye. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express ou receipt of $ 1.
Olllce-, 4 1 Murray Street, New York,
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREtT.
THE VEST TII1XG EXOWX
In Hani or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
KAVFS f.AIIOK. TIMK nnd SO IP AMA7..
I.Vlil.V. mill Hives universal Mill isluetlou. Ng
family, rich or poor, bUould Lie without it.
Sol.i by nil (Irncora. ItEWA KK of imitation!
well ileu'iKlieil to uiibleiui. I'KAKI.I.NH is tUO
OM.Y SAI- K liilmr siiviiiK compound, ftUU Ulfi
WUi' tititrK the above symbol, aiid uuuio ol
JAUKtf l'YLE, SEW VUltli.
Bick ITpfirfnrlio and relieve alt tho tronMei Inci
dent to a bilioufl mute of thetyvtem.Rtichas Diz
ziness, Nausea, Drowsini'sH, llistres after eatine,
l'ln in the Side, Ac. Whilo thoir moat rumir
ablc success has been eliown In curing
IlonuV hr-.yot Cart or'nLlttlc Liver Pills ire inal!y
valuable la ConxLiputiuu, curing and preventing .
thiiiiunoyinj;co!iiplu,nt, while they also correct
all disorders of the eiomneh, stimulate the liver
aud regulate tho bowi ls. Even If tlu'j only Cured
Arlio f hry vronld he almost priceless to those who
infer I n 'in this tlistrcwung complaint; but fortu
natoly their goodness doe not end here, and those
who once try them will find these little rills valu
able in po nianvwayB thnt they willnot be williuiJ
to U.0 without them, tut after all aick head
Ts tlinliir.o cf to many live that hern ! where we
"'ko ci?r preat bout. Our Pilla euro It whilo
Curt.Ti.itlln Ih-T Tills nre very t-mall ani
very euy to take. Onerr wo puis makea aoic
Tiny are ftrictty viyetabio M1 do not gripe or
pure, but by tin ir;i alio action please all who
u-elhcm. In Vinl9i!l8!3ccnt: live for!. B14
ty Uruists tvay where, or wuit by mail.
CARTER aiEIlim'E CO. yew York
if. W.-KWiAJ .... ..
ail 'j '.v
IS THE WOULD.
A powerful preparation
eo coneeiiiritte.il lliatafew
clrepn applied to the aur
fui'e will penetrate to the
verv tmne.uiKl ftluioiit 1
STA3TLY HKL1KVK 1'AiX.
EA3 SO EiUAbier CVSSef
Sore Throat, PoJas
in Limbf. Stom
ach or Bowel,
Or In nr pan 01 8rtpm .
Will NOT Mill. loruiM
n,.i iiiseoloi the skin It
1111 nreti In conaianl DM
tiv 'nvlcln ami other
lot ai Price WO.
AOOB 8. MfPfUll. Louis. MO
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