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' A collision of trains noar Savannah,
v Georgia, Not. 24th, killed lit men.
Tho scliffonor Mary Jano, from Fort
Dover for Erie, la reported lott, with six men
) railroad collision Is reported near
RThway, N. J., Mot. 23J, It. whlcli 13 persona
A colored Tshlld two yoars old,' was
burned to death by falling Into the fire at New
ark, Ohio, Nov. 25th.
. John Gath, Thcodoro Murphy and
Maggie Buckner were drowned while ikatlng at
Columbia, Mo.. Not. 24th.
A dcstrtictlvo firo occurred at Yank
ton, D. T., Nor. 23d. Hie loi 1 estimated at
$16,000; Insurance, 17,600.
Tho iron ship Culloan whllo being
towed to Ulvdo from Dundee was ecked Not.
24 tb anil 17 persons drowned.
Charles Kukuk, a stranger, well
dressed, shot himself In Lincoln I'ark, Chicago,
pn the morning of Nov. 2Stb.
Tho promising top crop of cotton In
South Carolina has been blighted by a hard
freeze, which occurred Nov. 2oth.
John Booth's stono quarry at Wil
burn, N. Y., eaved In Nov. 2Sth, killing the
foreman, Edward Kearney, and Michael Gilpin,
and seriously Injuring two others.
Tho Drover's Journal notos a dull
feeling In the Chicago market for horses, with
a limited demand for work animals.
Tho steamer Albon foundered off
Point Burbncoas, near Panama, Nor. 16th. Ont
of forty persons, thirty-two wcro drowned.
Vessel and cargo valued at $00,000.
An explosion In sulphur in an ol ova
tor whlcli fell with lis load In a drug store In
Kansas City, Nor. 24th, caused a loss ot (4,000
and terribly Injured Wm. C. Flnkard.
Tho official voto of Pennsylvania on
State Treasurer was as follows: Bnllcy, 203,295;
Noble, 2M,431; Wolfe, 49.0S4; Jackson, 14,970;
Wilson, 4,607, Plurality for liallcy, 0,8M.
On tho overling of Nov. 28th tho
-hones attached to n steam lire cnglno In Phll.v
delnhla rxn awnv and crashed Into a street car.
'killing two men who wero standing on tho rear
Henry Hunt throw hinnolf undor a
train at Detroit, Nov. 28th. His body was cut
completely In two at tho waist. Family troublo
was tho oust.
Tho stearuor 1). T. Lano collided vith
tho propellor W. T. Gaylord, at Ashland, Ky.,
Nov. 24th, and the Gaylord sank out of sight.
The cook was drowned, and the engineer and a
desk hand were scaled to death.
A cattlo and freight train woro wreck
cd on the Pennsylvania railroad nearBrlsal, Pa.,
Nov. 25th. Tho wreck was run Into about the
namo time by a freight train, and about twenty
cars were demolished. A number of cattle wcro
Tho recent exploration of Spanish
river, In Ontario, Is said to havo revealed the
existence ot plno forests containing upward
of 24,000,000,000 feet of superior quality of
lumber, with excellent facilities for getting It
Gen John W. Rold, a prominent and
wealthy citizen of Kansas City was killed Nov.
23d by falling from a caboose on the Missouri
Pacific railroad. Ho was sixty years ot nge
and largely Identified with tho business Inter
ests of tho city. Ho was also an able law
yer. In tho Federal court at Chicago,
Judge Drummond has decided that tho patent
for prcscrvlnt; meat, reissued In 1875, to Wil
liam J. Wilson, and that tho John A. Wilson
patent for tho construction of a cave In which
to pack and preserve meat, reissued In 1877, aro
both Invalid. Tho amount Involved Is said to
bo about a million dollars.
A destructive galo provalled through
out England, Nov. 20th and 27th. Many
wrecks along the coast are reported. Calf Rock
lighthouse was destroyed. Five men wcro seen
on tho rock the day tcforo, but the roughness
of tho sea proventid a rescue About forty per
sons Injured In the galo are being treated In the
London hospital. It Is fetred Borne cases will
prove fatal. About fifty barges sunk In tho
Tho Kivor Improvement convention
met at St. Joseph, Nov 29th, w It h 400 delegates
present, (leu. James Craig, of St. Jowph, was
' elected Temporary Chairman ard Frank M.
Posegatc, St. Joseph, Secretary. Letters and
telegrams, wero read from Michael MeEnnls,
President of tho Merchants' Exchange, fnlnt
. Louis, Gov. Nance, Nebraska, Congressman
Blond, Missouri, Senator Cockrcll, Missouri,
acd other prominent persons.
Tho novelty works of Jarvls & Adams,
Plltfcburg, burned Nov. 8Hh loss, $-10,000; in
surance, $25,000, Nine ot the heaviest buslucfs
houses at White's Ford, Texas, also burned. An
extensive tannery In Pittsburg also burned,
Nov. 25th-loss, 1125,000; Insurance, t75,CO0.
A tiro on Beyer!)- street, Boston, caused a loss
of$25,0J0. A planing mill, Builalo, burned;
with a lots amounting to f 110,000. Half of the
business portion of Martlusburg, Mo., burned
. Tho Gnrflolcl Jtolio Hureau nt Clove
land having, gratuitously disposed ot nil the
drapery anf 'rtor.il deeorutlous In souvenirs, is
now prr jred to sell at u small cost fao slintlos
n ' ' ' euivUful shields which ornamented tho
in 'i. of tho , oitilfaliiuc. cusiels, fans, canca,
! .acts, .frarlii'Siutcli holders and var.ou
other nrnqraenful deigns, a 11 undo from tlio
lumber or vho pavilion. The meeeils of y
Klilsk " profilers, tue ,nKri y. 10 ami
W'WrtltoWfritw oe crews, ntinilcrlug89 men,
wote saveiB ' i i .
Aforriso,)', hot Storo, JlQchsstor.
Xt. Y., burin Nov. 29th. UtJtilf,y2
Tho coiipty court house at ifecJifur,
Texalwas burned to the ground Nov. 58th.
Tlia Josa la not less than (155.000 The criminal
and civil docket papers, Indlctmeuts,' etc ,
woro entirely destroyed, also manv other pa.
pcrs. The county safe, with Its records, aud
(3,000 In cash, la Ullovcd to he destroyed. The
' Bro was Incendiary. Tho foundry of J'. J.
Klrkpatrick, St. Louis, was burned Nov, &th.
Loss, 120,000. A flro at Augutta, Ark., ou tlte
BlgbfW Nov. 28th, burned tho eutlre busWW
portion of tho city, over f0 buildings. Thy
total loss Is. estimated at $200,00!, Jitkurance,
The Paulding Iron Furuaco, ut Ceoli,
Puldlu county, Ohlt, burned Nor.'th-loss,
(60,000, and 600 men thrown out ot employ
ment. Stiles Bros, grist mill at Youngtotvn,
Ohio, was completely destroyed by fire the same
day, and also Charles llllke's residence adjoin
Ing lost on mill, (5,000; on residence $600.
Campbell te Co'a new Hungarian flour mills st
Rldgetown, Ontario, was burned the tame day,
loss, 140,000. A flio on the night of Nov.
23th dostroytd tho extensive establishment of
tho American Rubber Company at Bait Cam'
bridge, Mass loss, (500,000, and 000 persons,
three-fourths ot them women, aro thrown out
of employment. Dispatches report the destruc
tlon of tho business portion of Kosclusco, Miss,
by fire, Nov. 28lh loss, (00,000.
Crime anil Criminal)
Lcfroy, tho raurdoror of Gold, In Eng
land, was hanged November 28th.
Henry Johnson was hanged at Sump
Icr, 8. C, Nov. 25th, fur thcmurdcr of John
Tho jury in tlto Stern murdor coso,
have dlsajrccd and were discharged. They split
on the question of Insanity.
Hank Coyno shot Jamos Jameson,
a cowboy, at Sidney, Neb., on tho night ot Nov.
24.h. Jameson died next cytnlng.
Lowls Roob, afaimor, near Pittsburg,
Nor. 24th, shot and I Hied his wife and then
himself, Ho was the father ot nlno child
ren. Richard James, colored, was hanged
at Marlon court house, S. C, Nor. 25tli, for tho
murder ot James Harrallrw prominent citizen.
Thlovos robbed Wm. Young nnd
family at Zancsvllle, Ohio, Nov. 24th, of money
to the amount ot (1,600 and the same amount
Sang Armorn, colored, was hnnged
at Ciawfordsvlllc, Georgia, Nov. 25th, for tho
murder of Amos Ellington, an aged white man,
In April last.
Tho cashier of Princo Edward's
Island Bank, St. Johns, New Brunswlk, has
absconded. Ho had mado unauthorized ad
vances amounting to $700,000.
Joseph Harris was hanged at Rogcrs-
vllle, Tcnn., Nov. 25th, for the murder of two
men, Brown and Heck, whom he butchered In
bed and then robbed a year ago.
At Utopia, a villago in the westorn part
of Brown county, Ohio, John Chcne, a few
nights ago shot and mortally wounded Billy
Crab. Tho troublo was about a woman. Chcne
Is In Jail.
At Thonia9villo, Goorgla, on Thanks
giving day the wlfo and a threo year old daug
tcr of M. Clcwls wcro murdered, and tho houso
robbed during tho absence of Clcwls, who is n
A spocial from Kenosha, Wis., Nov.
29( snys: II. M. Thiers, the swindler, has been
sentence). He made no defense, but pleaded
guilty to the charge of forgery, anl received
seven years, and left tho court room weeping.
Thcodoro Hand, n tax clork who do
faulted in Philadelphia In 1877 to tho amount
of (50,000, has described the methods resorted
to by fifteen receiving clerks employed In tho
tax department, no says tho thefts amounted
A dispatch from Otlojsa says, a Jow
baltlns mob stoned Sarah Bcrnhardt's carrlago
as she was driving homo from tho theater, on
the ground that sho was of Jewish descent.
They also stoned her hotel nnd stopped the per
formance. Tho jury In tho case of Mrs. Elllo
Haecoek, at Wllllamsport, Texas,! ro'urncd a
verdict of guilty, and sentenced her to thepen
Itcntlarv for life. Dr. Ballc, accomplice, and
perhaps abct'or In tho crime, was sentenced for
life, but escaped.
Thomas M. Lynch, nn old citlzon be
ing missed from his homo nt Halclgh, N. C, his
sons found the body Nov. 25th, lying In tho
road. Under a brldgo near by they found two
negroes dividing tho money takcu from tho
murdered man. They aro In jail.
Tho stago uotwocn San Antonio and
Corpus Christ!, Texas, was robbed on tho night
of November 20th, by two masked men. Tho
only passenger, Frank Keency, of Echo, Texas,
was relieved of a small amount of money, and
tho mall rifled of everything valuable.
Two years ago nn old man was mur
dered near Dardcnellc, Ark. Threo men wero
arrested and Jailed, and ono man, Holland, con
fessed tho crlmo. Through tho treachery of
oneofthejnll guards they escaped. Holland
wan recently captured, and brought to D.mle
nelle at midnight. On Saturday, Nov. 20th, 25
masked men broke Into the Jail, tow the pris
oner out and hanged him to the suno tree
from which Tuylor was swung n few months
rVc.WH iVim AljromJ.
Forstorwillromaialu Dublin through-
uub mi; iiiiuti m miirvi(unnu v.. tvvwti ,"A1,t
omnents. Parliament has been rrr0Kcd tp
tho'thof February, when It meets fu the
natch of business.
llll.. .1 1 I llil if. l.-.....T.-1'tl'
llaroues8Burdctt-CouttsHud.hcr relatlVe',in"jyli havo boon down In Egypt' a good
been averted. All tho counsel comierodithr i deui yourself?"
she married a forclgmT.w w u mlmitt(!(l Ul0 visltor,
under the terms ot the will el, ho Di HH 1 ,, . T . i . i i i
St. Albans without renouncing i t Qriy to say I havo freqented that lo-
ll.o County Bank. Tho Barone wits'! t Af $ calily.".
icrlgiieJ her halt share In tho hank, b.i(.tv,1 . "1 nm reminded," said Mr. Lincoln,
continue to rccclvo a small, annual olfowivha U.j'", f an incident that occurred in tho old
body has been found of Jjrs
o, who was'icportod to havo lieeu tsiAlly
beaten whllo returning from the SUI bfen
,flr.,)Klllain) a barrister lrt thwitnfl of 'lie
'iSL'lnen, lias been arrested uudcr the rocrfl, in
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rents. lie wrt conveyed to Duulallc jail. y
Lord Cowpor, Lord Lieutenant i
I Ireland, at Belfast, said ho had no hopes th,
thu tno government would bo nolo at present
tho problem will be solved and Ireland JvIIImV
eoulentid." Tho Lfmcrlck farmeis.n
Isflzd with tho decision of tho Land
eoulenUd." The Limerick farmeis.ttro'dlf'
1 1 .1
sloncrind CondcHjxid Comt.t TWi
'. !-- I
J.I1U .mum i -i i m i.i l'iiiiiiiiuiivuii
Eirl Cowper's speech at Belfast Eayf,!,,'"Jt Is
far moio likely that tho mcajurcs ofcoerclbn
Mill have tpbq mado inoro stringent thardhat
they carl' lS lUspr'nsed with. Even '-temporary
suspemloaoirfil by Jury wovJdbo'eondonod
by public oplnjon, If It wa shown to boneces.
sary for tho 'restoration of peace and order.
Now that oppression aud violence havo bcott
adopted by that section ot tho Irish people It Is
worth whllii to point out that the whole Irish
people who forty years ago formed a third ot
the population of the kingdom is now only one
seventh, Tho Irish In Euylaud ejmpathUe with
.their countrymen hi Ireland."
' A correspondent says that in comity
Claro alouo seven houses wcro fired into of
which outrages uo reports wtro pub-
II shel. Itcslstanco to payment of ren
Is not In the least abated hut rather
Increased. A Cork correspondent
saye a party of armed men recently entered the
house ot a woman named Ilcnanc, near Lts
towil, county Kerry, for the purpose of shoot
ing tcr because she had given Information to
the police. The children threw themscvos
upon their mother In terror, and one of them1
received a charge ot shot In tho legs; the party
then left the bouse after making tho mother
swear under thrca1 a of death not to divulge the
occurrence. Six persons have been arrested on
suspicion of being concerned In tho outrage.
It Is roporod nnd has boon confirmed
that the Czar and family will remove t (latch
Ina on account ot tho efforts of the terrorists
against him. Tho Russian pnllcc havo recently
made many arrests sccictly In St. Petersburg.
Among the prisoners arc tho Chief of Police of
an Important provincial city, two daughters of
a high state ofDclal and two Jewish merchants,
besides a number of students actuated by ni
hilists. Tho plot was extraordinary. It was
decided to send up a balloon near Gatchlna
carrying dynamite nnd explosives, together
with app'lances to causo the balloon to fall
within the palace yard and there explode and
set the pxlaco on Arc. In the confusion It was
intended 'o seize tho Czar and family. The m
chlncry elezed shows that everything was ready
for the execution of the plot.
A groat stir was mado in tho Nihilist
camp by tho following discover'! About a year
ago a Jew named G. G. was denounced by some
person who had a prlvato scoro to settle with
him, and he was arrested. A few questions
showed hlra to be one of tho chief members of
tho central revolutionary committee. Ho made
n clean breast of It and denounced over sixty
accomplices, and took the police to his labora
tory on tho ba ks of tho Neva, where six men
wcrccapturcdlnthe act of manufacturing dy
Dlsmarck In a speech In tho Rolch
stag said Germany was not to bo governed after
tho English pittern. Tho conduct of tho af
fairs was In tho hands of tho Emticror, and the
Chancellor was the Sovereign's responslb'e ad
viser and would continue to be. Bismarck
protested against the manner In which his name
wai lelng dragged into debates. Thodo'nlo
In tho Bclchstng was very animated, and closed
with no result, so far as tho business was con
Tho colliers in tho Ostram mines, be
longing to the Northern Hallway, tho largest
mines In Austria, aro striking. The strike Is
becoming serious, n 1,200 men are already out,
and It Is feared that tho adjoining mines will
Join them. The strikers demand more pay and
tho dismissal of overseers. Two companies of
Infantry have been ordered there.
Tho Babylon (L. I.) South Side Sig
nal quotes from a Missouri paper: Mr
Win. P. Quinlan, Crystal City Mo.1I
suffered occasionally from rliettnintio
pains in his knees, for which ho stie-
'ully tried St. Jacobs Oil.
A New Story of Lincoln.
I montloncd that Prcsldont Arthur
was a Mason.
"Yos,'' said tho doctor, "eight of our
Prosidonts havo been members of tho
fraternity--Washington. Jackson, Piurco,
Buchanan, Androw Johnson, Garfield,
nnd now Arthur."
'Mr. Lincoln was not a Mason?"
"No; but ho thought highly of tho
order. Toward tho closo of tho war
ono of our loading Masons called on
Lincoln for sonio favor. Ho said, when
tho visitor took his leavo: 'I hi.vo heard
so much of tho good deeds of Masonry
during tho war that if I wero not so old
I would still knock nt tho door of tho
I could not forbour tolling tho doctor
fi story whloli I had heard of Mr. Lin
coln. It was just nftcr ho was nomi
nated in 18G0, that a promlnont Mason
called on him nt Springfield and said:
"Of courso you expect nil tho Masons to
voto against you, Mr. Lincoln."
"Becauso nil tho other Presidential
candidates aro Masons."
"Bless mul" exclaimed Old Abe, "is
that so? '
"Certainly," said tho visitor; "Bell
has takon all tho degrees, and is a
inombor of tho Grand Lodge of Ttmnc
seo. Bitickimidgo Is nn officer of tho
Grand Lodge of Kentucky. At.tl Doug
lass; why hn is Grand Orator of tho
Grand Lodge of Illinois right hero un
,Ir. Lincoln turned around' in his
t , , , t Mill,
air without turning the olmirlaid his
I'Mgs bcrsss tho top (f tho other tablo,
'lied, rubbed his face, muck his lin-
T. ' l .....1 onl.1 llTr.l.i
Shawtiootowii Court House. An old
woman who was a roal hard caso was a
witness nnd tlto lawyer, bound to got
ovoii, asked her, 'Aro 30U a virtuous
woman, mailnm?" Sho was slightly
surprised, and said, 'That, sir, is a very
hard question to ,nk a lady who is a
wltnoss boforu a public court.' lloroso
and repeated tho question stonily. Sho
still evaded it; but whon ho porslstod,
sho ilnally answered, 'This muoh I will
say; that I havo 'groat respoct for tho
Tougv StjUk. How to mako a
tough steak tcuilor was a toplo whoh
arousod a gi(od deal of interest. Tills
problom di'scrv'jvgrciitjattcntion. It is
ono'whlch thoivertigo. boarding house
Aocpor has bu a trying to solvo ovar
unco thu days otAlm mortis. Miss Cor-
ffeon's plan Is to puttlireo tablespoonfuls
of balad oil, ono ta.l)luspoonful of vino-
gar, and a la)'gu pinch of popper, .".v oil
mixed together' oh a large flat dish, and
on this is laid v st air. Salt must(nov
orbd putonViJalc ltoforo.it is cocked.
Tho stoat' niust llo ou this t'ondtr mak
ing mixture for nt leait half tin hour to
a sldo, and Mis Corson gives hor word
for It that tho toughest round steak will
succumb nnd seem like porter-homo of
tho most delightful out.
Tho Milwaukee (Wis.) Evening Wis
consln says: "In all our experience wo
havo novor hoard bo in any favorable re
ports from all classes as wo havo con
cerning St. Jacobs Oil, iB I
From en Old Jest-Book.
The Poet's Jct- Book,
A cortain shoemaker of Canterbury by
his oxtravagancy had wasted his whole
stock; his creditors camo so fast that ho
was obliged to pack up nnd march off.
Trnvollng toward London, noar Roches
ter, by tho sldo of a wood stood a gen
tleman's house, and hard by a couplo of
turkoys, who, upon his approach, cried
out, "Cobble, coltblo.cobblol" to whlcli
ho angrily answered, it was a llo, for It
was well known ho was no cobblor, but
n shoemaker. Being terribly yoxod, ob
serving tho coast to bo clear, ho whips
up ono of tho turkoys, clapped it undor
his coat, and was marching off, but con
sidered ho had as good a right to tako
tho other for company, which ho did;
but tho gentleman haw him through a
window, and followod, and overtook
him. Said ho: "Friend, what business
havo you with that turkoy?" "Sir,"
snid he, "ho abused mo in cal.ing mo a
cobbler whon U is well known I am a
shoomakor." "Ay, but," said tho gen
tloman, "what do you intend to do with
tho othor?" "Why, truly, sir," said he,
"I tako him to bear witness of my
A son-in-law Is In n railway cm riago
with his wlfo, ids motiior-m-law nnd a
friend. Stung by a wasp, ho lots tho In
sect oscapo unharmed. "Whatl" says
ills friend; "why don't you kill that
wa'p?" Tlieson-ln-lnw, in a low voice,
with tho smilo of n Mcphistophcles:
"Perhaps it will sting my mothot-in-law."
It Is evident that a large Jiortlon of our city
people sulTer from diseases of thellver, bowels,
or kfilneis. Kidney-Wort Is nature's remedy
for tlicm ull. 'Jhoso that cannot prepare the
dry can now procure It In liquid form of nny
The young man who breathed "soil
nothings" into his girl's ear for six hours
on hor father's front door-slep was af
terward advised by tho father, who hnd
been "taking it all in," not to lot his
voting afflictions ruu to waist.
V0111-IIikI Will JroM-Srmtr
and great not by what yon reject, but by what
you cordially eccept and li llcve. Your health
will Improve, Just In proHirtlon as you obev
Nature's laws. If jourinindls dlscofctl refresh
It with suitable relaxation. If tho two great or
gans of your Itody, the kltney and liver, are nut
of order, rctorc them by usliiir Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure. 1 he mind cm be kept
clear by care nnd the kidneys and liver by the
great remedy aliovr mentioned.
"Will you please insert tills obituary
notice?" asked an old gentleman of a
Binghnmpton editor. "I mako bold to
ask it becauso tho deceased had n groat
many friends about hero wiio'd bo glad
to hear of his death."
A World of OiMxI.
One of tho most popular medicine tfow be
fore the American public, Is Hon Bitters. You
see It everywhere. People take It with good ef
fect. It builds them up. It Is not as pleasant
to the tasto as some other hitters as it Is not n
whisky drink. It Is more like the old fashioned
bone set tea that has done so much good. If
you don't feel Just right try Hop Bitters.
Impartial new curnto (who wishes to
know nil about his parishioners) : "Then
do I understand you that your aunt is on
your father's sido or on your mother's?"
"Zomctlmcs on ono nnd omotimcs ou
tho other, 'coptin' when father wliaccs
'cm both, sir."
Tho "Fahm, Gaiiden and Housk
HOLi) Manual" is n book of over 200
pages, full of valuable rules, rccolpts,
tables and practical hints for farmers.
A copy of this book is sent free to each
ficw subscriber for tho "Iowa IIojik
stead," tho best practical agricultural
weekly in tho Northwest. Sond SI. .10
to Tin: Homestead, 1)cs Moines, Iowa,
anil got both book nnd paper.
An advooato, soelng that thoro was
no longer any use in denying cortain
charges ngalnst his oliont, suddenly
changed his plan of battle, in order to
n:nvo at his success in another way.
"Well, bo It so," ho said; "my client is
a scoundrel tho wor-i liar in the
world." Tho judgo, coldly: "Advocate,
you forgot yourself."
Women that havo been given up by their
dearest friends as beyond help, have been per
manently cured by tho use ol Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vcgetablo Compound. It Is a positive
euro for all female complaints. Send to Mrs.
Lydla E. Plnkham, 333 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Miibs., for pamphlets,
A lato JudgJ was n noted wag. A
young lawyer was onco mnkcins his first
effort boforo him, and had thrown him
self on tho wings of his imagination far
into tho upper regions, nnd was, seem
Ingty, preparing for a higlior ascont,
when tint J udgo oxol aimed: "Hoi 1 on,
hold on, my doar sir! Don't go any
higlior, for you aro already out of tho
jurisdiction of tho Court."
Aro you aware that a simple cough often
terminates to consumption! Why not bo wise
In time and use Allen's Lung Balsam, wliich
will stop tho disease and prevent tho fatal con
ecmienccs, For sale by all Medicine Dealers.
Thoro aro many hot places in this
world, but a man should go to Switzer
land to Burno.
"ACCi:iT otHe1j,KA. rri'uin:."
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.s
Dear Sir Your "Goldon Medical Dis
covery" lias cured my boy of 11 fovor
sora of two years' standing. Ploaso ac
cept our gratitude. Yours truly,
HENRY WHITING. Boston, Mass.
Out on tho Westorn plains ono man
will rob a wholo train. At Niagara
Falls it takes fifteen hackmon to rob
ono man. ' 1
Indorsei) by the. Medical Fraternity, filcim's
Sulphur is lap ' i most popular remedy for
liin diseases 1.. X Injuries, aud cnmplexloual
bcuutlllers In America. Soldy all Druggists.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or Brown.
60e. ' ,
1230 North 41st Street,
Philadelphia, February 213, 1881.
Holman Pad Co.,
Omtkmeiu My child, three years of age, was
suffering agony caused by worms. W tried
all the vermifuge and worm confections we
could procure. 1 1 last wo procured a Holman
Pad, put Hon her, and It removed the worms
In 34 hours, I advise any that have children
suffering from worms to proeure a Holmau
Pad Yours respectfully,
B. F. GRAYSON.
Correct )um ,i.t its ot crooked walkiug by
using Lyo"' '' Heel Btlifeners.
All respectable UvaJera sell Frazer axle grcate
because It la the genuine and gives pere:t satisfaction.
It. R. Bryant's Chicago Business Collego Is
always well patronized, and always has a largo
corps of competent Instructors. It Is tho leader
In Improvements, and never stands still.
Asthma of thirty years standing has been
cured by Dr. Taft's A-thm.ilctie. Ono dose will
afford Instant relief, and If takcu a short time,
will destroy the disease, root and branch. (Seo
(This cngrvlnff rcprertil Hip I.uras In ntionlihy
A Standard Remedy
IN MANV IIOMUK.
For ('iiiirIk, t'oldo. Croup. Ilrmirliltlanmtntl
ntli'rnnYritmnf thcThroiit nml I. t'.NUM, inland"
In CONSUMPTIVE CASES
HflppmirliptiMMienrii pci'inet1ifit ,Xlm,ty'flt,Mr
cent. nrNrtnRiiriitl cumt w hero the itlrrctlonnnri1
etrlcllv rniIIi. w Itfi. Then1 1 hnchciiilcnl or oIIht
An mi Vx rtiirimt It Iiiin ihi Kiutilt
It ooiitultii 110 Opt 11 in hi nny form!
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors.,
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
tlirl Ulk 9 mil iitH tV irM-ULJ
AND TIIS KlOuSiS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
lUeautt ttt altow thru great organi to
Ucomt eloqgtd or torpid, ami inttonous
.htimwinvtt tttirffnv fnrfttl Into ihi hlooil
M that thoullU trptKtil naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
Irll.r.N, CONHTIPATIOX, l ltl.VAUV
Disr.Asr.f, fi'.mai.i: m kaknekbi-.s,
AM) NCKVUUS KISOUlltllH,
IJy earning frtt action of thin erjam.amll
IrutoHng thtlr jmctr to uaroiopJi uwau:
Why s'lffpr Itlllont mid aehesl
llVhr tormented with Piles, Constipation! I
J Whf frlglitencil Oferdtiorilered Klilnejitl
Vflif enJuie nerioan or sick liradaeheii
ltlimittinln Itrr Veclle Form. In tin 1
I c&ni one package ot which iu six quarts oil
S medicine. Also in uquid rorra. very coaeen-i
trsted, far tuote tliat cannot reailllr prepare It.
I t wit acU with eaual efflclencr In either form. I
J ant rr of i ouu, Dnuactsr. rrucE, 1.00 1
I i OVU1 semi tho drr poit paid.) BtUTJBTOI, YT. I
HS. LVDIA E. PIHKHSH. OF UHH, WO
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a l'nsltlro Rnro
for all (1io6 1'alntlil roniplnlntt ni.il Weaknesses
ocomuioii tuourhcet feumle population.
It -111 cure entlielr tho -ort orm of Temale Com.
rlalnti, all ovarian trouhlci, Inllnnniatlon and llcera
tlon, Falling anil Pliplaceient, and the ronatquenl
Bplnat Weakneu, and It paitlcularlj ada)teil to the
Chang oC Ure.
It -111 dliiolfe endeipeltnmorerromtheuteniiln
en earl itago ot development. Yho tentlenc to can
ceroue hiinioritherele clucked terjapeedlljr Ij Itauio.
It remoree falntnen, Satulcucy, deitiojiall craving
fontlmulante, and nllevee weakliest oCthoetomarli.
It curet moating, lleitdachei, Kcrvout rrottratlon,
Oenciat Pdllltr, Slccpicuueu, Dcrctlou and Indi
gestion, That feeling of hearing down, cawing pain, weight
and backache, la alwajriperinaneiilli' cured lyUt use.
It will at all timet tnd under all clrciiniltancct act la
harmony with tho lant that govern the rcmtile eyitem,
Forthocureot Kidney Coniplalutt of either lexlhJt
Compound It uneurpantrd.
I.YI1IA I'.. l'INKIIAM'H VECKTA11I.E COM
roUNItll prepared at 133 and 3.1 Western Avenue,
lynn,a. Trice ft. BlxhottletfortJ. Bentbymall
In the form of pillt, alio In tho form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, SI per box for either. Urt. Ilnkbam
freelantwera all lettert of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Addreu M above. Mention (Aft iVper.
Ho family thould bo without LYDIA R. riNltnAll'i
LIVEn riU . They euro coustlpatlon, billon imt
and torpidity of the liver, to centt per boi.
Mr Hold by all Ilruitrlata. "V
" .Mi. d af
One of the Reasonable Pleasures
Of life, a properly cookod meal, affordi little or no
present enjoyment, aud much tubiequenttorturetoa
confirmed dyspeptic But when chronic, Indigestion
It combattcd with Ilottettcr'a BtoinacU Dlttera, Ihu
food It eaten with ri'lliti, and most Important of all.
It atlinlltted by anil, nourishes the system. Ute Ihli
grand tonlo and carrecllvo tlto to remedy conttlpv
tlon, blllouiness, ilieumatltm, (over and ague.
Fcriale by all DrouUlt and Sealers generally
F H Ji?rrVVC-'
Mrlls'ITenltli Itrnrwcr.-Alitolntpcnrr for
nrrriiii ilclillltr nnd Wriikne'aa of tliei Rein
Errttlve filnrtliin. PI nt tlriiKRltta. ITrimlil
T Kfn. l.,oror8. K. S. WKI.l.H.'lrr-
"Yor enn't stulT that down this chick
en," said n young lntly in Indiana, In
roply to licr tcnolior's statement thnt
tho sun was largor than tho earth.
Dr. rior'o'B "Polbu" Hull liver
pills fstiK(ir-coatcd) purify tho blood,
speedily correct alt dl'orilors of tho liv
er, stomach, and bowels. l$y dnig
gisls. "It's a long way from this world to
tho next," said n dying man to his friend
who stood at his bedside. "Oh, never
mind, my doar follow," nnswered his
friend consolingly, "you'll havo it all
Dr. l'ierco'n "Fnvorito Proscription"
Is not extolled as a "euro-all," but ad
mirably fulfills a flngloness of ptitposo,
being a mcst potent specific in thoo
chronic weaknesses peculiar to women.
I'lirtli'tilars in Dr. I'icrco's pamphlot
iirallso ou Diseases Peculiar to Women,
1M5 pages, sont for threo stamps. Ad
dress Wohld's Disit.nsahv Mkdicai.
Association', Huffiilo, N. Y.
Wlicn will tho distinction of soxcenso
to bo rt bar to universal equality? When
shall a propngoogo bo set on foot as well
a? tho propaganda?
. "ItOtXlH ON HATrJ."
The t lillltr lflrel rumuliit lust, Aak Ilrui;
RlKta fur ItoiiKh nn Itntn, It rlrnrn out rt,
inlci', ronchs-w. 11111, iHMl-lmtfw. Ific lioxr.
A woman who lias four sons, all sail
ors, compnrcs herself to a year, because
sho has four sea sons.
Let It be understood onec for nil Ciniioi.iNr:,
n riiixlnrlml extrnet of petroleum, will tiosl-llvelj-
restore lmlr to Imld fiends nml there Is no
otlier iireinitloti under tlie fneu of tlictmi
Unit van ntTomplMi this work.
ti:N:i)i:i vti.-.Z',!: vrn.
Wllllnm J. CouKlilln. ot Bomervllle, .Mass.,
sysi "In the fall of 1870 I wns taken with
hlecillng of the lunjrs, followed by severe cough.
I lo, aiipetlto nnd flesh, wns confined to inylnxl.
In the summer of lS77was ndmltteil to the hos
pltnl. The doctors s aid I liml n;bole In my luiig
as birr nslmlf ndo..irr. I gave up hone, but a
frelnd told me of 1)H. WM. HALL'S 1SAI.SAM
FOIl THE LUNC1S. I got nliottlc when I com
mcnccil to feel better, nnd Unlay I feel licttcr
than for three years past. I write this hoplnir
that every one allllctcd with illfriifcil luncs will
take I)H. WM. HALL'S 11ALSAM, and Ihi con
vlnced thatCONSUMlTlON CAN HE CUHEU.
I can positively say It has done mo more good
than all the other med lies I hare taken since
Use Holding's ltiiMln Halve for cuts, burns.
"Sf rViir Cnnl", Ki n- strict Willi Knini'. 10c,
1'iislpnM. IIKO. I. HKKD Ci., Niimiiii. N.V.
AIIKM'N Jfnt.. t'Airilxr Angmrmm IV,.II,I)
".I. II. KDOKKTON AC1I.. KAN S AH t'lTV. MO."
vnleil. Atni'rlenn Brliiwil nf Teli-irniplir. Mftillmm. Wis.
WflTnHFS Ciiliiliicmt lie.'. Addrest SI nnd
iihiuiiuj nnl Alm rlenn Malili Cul'lluLu tf, V
aTIIIMC lti'nlprn. CniitloKiiefrei', Aildn'si
CeUIXIO (Ireat West, nun Wurkt, riltsliurir.ru,
niiii'Dftd vrAi c rnMPAMV
frtlM S'.uOi Jfjrirmm Site 1 1. Chleaan, III'
wtP lV-.Ton Whkimi Scales, tun .Ton. Cui The
l-tttl.- Di lerllip. al. Mend fur I'rlQ. I.lst.
Allen's Brain Food,
A tiotanknl extract. 1'ermanenlly strengthens II"
brain, and iKisluvely curet nervousness, ncnoi'sO
bllliy, nnd nil wealtnctt of generative orcant. I'rlei-,
til 6 for s. All druBirlstt. Kcriot Auim'i I'iiah
-act 31J Flrtt avenue, New Vork, N. Y. Bend fur
Tulent Toot nnd Stenni I'owcr
Machinery. Cunipletruntnts ror
Ai'lmil Wiirk-slmn lluslness
I.ntlii tfor WiMMlur Metal. Clrcii
lur r-m Scroll Sums, r'ormers,
Mnrllscts, Trnoners. itc etc.
Mjrhtnraun trial If desired. I)e
serlpihr CatiUoKiic unit l'rlce
W. I'. .fc.IHHN iiaum:s
Vn gllj MalnlHt.
0,000 AgrntN M'nntoil for I.lfn of
It contain t lie fun h.HMry of h'snoblo nnd eventful
II ft1 and daitnn.lyflMnMlni.tion. M.rr(rn) treatment,
dentil, funeral o.rjrquti'F. etc, Tlio bent chincenf your
life lu intake money. Hewnreof ,cfttclip''iinyMtipJtR'
llon. Thin tt. the onH nuthenttc and fully Illustrated
life of our Martyred rreMdent. l' tneUcclportratti.
Kxtratermiito Accntn. Ctrculamfrec,
P l-lll'.A I 1 i M'lAXU UKI l'.-.Miinlllrci.t
w'llioitduy prmenttt tqiiAre Kran I'lant-foiifc; four
Mry linndxunie round eoinerii. runuwd enM-, three
utilrsuni', Heatly'ttinntchlesKlnin frniiun, vtool, lmok,
roM'r.hoxt f,H'4'4i!.'iti lo tVIIT.Adtrntnltiiic prletn
to fl.iKO, mllnfat-Ilmi Kimtimteett r money re
funded, nftt rone)enr'nuni'i Upright PtnndforteH.f 12.1
torteatitlofrueprleeii, WU to imui ft nnd ard ptuno
fiirtenof tin mil erff. n thnitmniilB temlfyi write for
luainmotli list of tentlmontnU, lleiitly'n rnhlnet Or
pi in1, e.ittiedral. ehiireh, cIiujh'I, pnrlur,M,'tOupward.
VUliorn wtkoniej frt etiirrluKi liuetn pitBeiierilla
Ununited catalogue (holiday edltloiOfrro, AdarvMor
cult 111011 Ounlel J Hetttty. 1Yaihlnptont N, J,
And tbo Iikst MACiiiNBltr In the
would lor l
BORINQ tnd.DRILLINO WELLS by
k norte or aietm rower i
DllooK Free. Addreti
'LOOMIS & NVMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO.i
PAIDcTerytAl Hrr.linaMcl I t ftfrMent
rutTit-rwii. A U'lllMlff mtv kln.t, at
tlnirvr. tut'orc-jf. HVVl VUt It 1-ui llr lilt
4lfn?i uf I.uiifH or urltaoo rln fthe a
)ifi)(st), I'li-ler iiflM Uwr tliouiimU arc vn
tlile-l to an Increase of pemlon. Widow, or
I'linni find dei'vinlrnt fathers) or mottieri ot
inMivri rut n piiulon, Sndtf lumpi forevp
JVniioii and ItuUtity Acts, Addrn.
,P. H.FItmernlO A COm'I m.cn i,
'!...(( tnst..li- I is.l. lifter tn Iii.l. Itankln- I'o
cud I'rvi't Cvutrul Iliuik.wtuof lud.unpulii
Trill Ilottlee of I)r, Trt' e ASTrfl.f
I.EMI-a ierfeci niro for I t' I
will Iweent t'ltl'.i; liy cro- n one
aftlicleU. l.nuu l.iillle r.ir l. ,,. ir.i4
Blsta. Address-Dr. ci ti((i..V, Kotli 1
tesler, N. Y., or !K6 V ..u .iuu -til., uka
Of NTt rufNi 1 wm ulfurinif (rum i'ii(rl dohllitv
daatoma tome. A vacation of h month did not mo roucli lellef. hut on ttis contrary, mat folloKMl b;
looreaa(lirotratlonadtlnk.lutfrhUla. Atlhlittmo I begun the me rf your UtOS'iuKlo, from which I r'
aUzeti almoitlmmediataat vrondvtful riulta. 1 httold fntfrf-7 rHurnedttud 1 found that ruy nataralioi-.
wu not permanently ftbatod. X hurtt uied threo bntlldsof tho 'Ionic. Klncn uslnU I have done twice tha lr
borthatleTerdldlatheiametltn-durlnitmylllnois. and wlin double the eat-a. With tbe tranquli
and TlKor of body, hat come lalmio clearness of thoutntnetnr lforo cnJo)od. Kthe 'ronlohaaoot dooa tt
wotKlinownotwDuu leiveii inncrnuu.
iThn Iron Toitto I a
preparation of I'm
1 .oxide of iron. fVni
I via it Hark, unit J'iom
Iphatem, aoclatetl U
tcith the Veijetabtof
every iun'e tcherew
a, To ttio 4m necexavti.F
A MEQMANICAL WONDER .
Tlmlfi''Jlf-Actiii Wasli Machine in Hie. World.
A Nc.v Motive Power Discovered Expansion of Heat Does it All.
A cylinder made lo rrwihp under wntrrnt tlie rate of W lo rorooliitlons per minute. A tlilnirnevrra ic cm
pilsliedliefoii'. Clullilnir niiido to puss inptdly tlnouitli wnirr Imlllnir lint In this niaiiiier, iiriiwaslud most
speedily mid I linruiittlily In I lit rt y (Hi) niluiites, wlil.niit lulmr. wear or tear. No skill required. A c III 1 i ctn
operiilollniidltcnnmitKetuiiioforder' 'I'lisi miml w,in. itiiiiiil s.ii'tMu:iiiiiliiit n
sls.vliti nvi't' In .mik il. Wo wnnt ieiy family In tbv United Mitten to wrlti'iitfurfiiitlierlnf utipa.
tlimreciirdtiiBllilecre.itest itlseoveryof llii-titrt-, AVo earnesily reipiest eieil one who jitis liougtit nny o tbo
wtisheissolaivelyiiiHertlseilliyotliereoiiiimitteslnilioliitleilHtates. to wrlle us. We ulsli to plaeo Hi I. felf
Aetlni! Miiiln rln (lit- Ii 11 ii 1 1 r of e cry family In tlui In ml. and niter exinioiilliuiiy Indiieements in coud hi n tc
t-iiK&uu In tbe business of sellliurtl fur n limited time. Address nt oneo rnrdesirlptltupiimpbtet and t o m.r.
REIMNER MANUFACTURING CO.,
120 SmithfiiH street, Pittsburgh, Pa .
fnir winter nlTectlrn l'cnilonr, Ilountlea, and other mattera of special Intrreat to tliuno wbu war.
IteKiilait or it a . mm mm mm, fm. or who served tlio tl ovcrn-
mint n nny m t mm Wmf 2 capacity, hit hhern nuyor
fJuvy iluil.ii W J mmm J 111 I id Ea l O tbi'War. Wtttakooora.loa
to Inforni all " a m M mm mm m. m ex.Solillcrtof lliofa ct that
l lli: NA'I'IONAr, TIlIIlUNi; will furnish full reports of all turh Congressional ITim eedinirs, end lu
addition ronialn otlier mattera well worthy of a T T T II T I ft I
C'unslstliiK of original and selected Pkeleliet 111 I P N I I II N I
of tlio Wiir, Aliuy lteiiilnlteencet. blorlea, f I I t It I I U 11 i
1'ix'uit, and Iteint or Newt. A I.eadlnB Kea. " -. .
Into will lie the Aitrlculiural Depnrliiicnt, eonduetPd eielutlvely for Tl IK NATION A.!, THIBtrV I! i .
Mit. William Bavxinma, llrst Master of tho Nallurnl (Iranire. nrrAKK NtlTICK -lleforo Bub icr it:
lia toniiyutlier puper wliliii claims to represent Uio ei'Huliliert of the union, tend for I'lrer'anplu O ry Vf
THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington, D. G .
ONE DOLLAR ten before January 1,-111 ecurcTuKNATtoxA'vTpmiwitfor One Vo n. r
(CVk-fS hi ou,1
PERILS OF THE DEEP.
"Durlnir ray trip clown tlio Itlvcr Tnfrne, In
Spnln." wilil Cnptaln JJoytott to n reprrecnUtlro
or this Journal In a recent conversation by tho
ten ahore. "1 liad to 'nhoot 105 wau-rfalln, tlio-lrcclbcln(;nl)OiitclRlitr-flvi5fct,anil
nblo rnplili. CroMlnir tlio Htralts of Mestlna, I
linil tlitvo rIM lirolccn In a flRlit with linrk: And
mmlinfilown tlio ftomiinc it liver Jt I'm lire, I
rrrclviil nclmnro of shot from n.i vXiilud unit
atartliil litmUmnn. AHIioiirIi llil.i wo.i not very
plcnsnnt Riul inlglit bo termed lUnircrouv I fear
notlilnn mora on tnjr trlpllmn lntcnocolil; fur,
bs long m my HmM oro fao nml vnny ami not
crotntH.'d or bcninnbcil I um AllrisliL Of Into I
rnrrr n slock ofST.J.irnMOn, in myllltlclioat
ITIiu Cnptnln cnlla It "lliiliy Mine," nnd lion atond
tlivroln slgisil nn kets, tlicriiuiinitvr. conims,
jirovMoiid.elc.) nnd 1 lmvc but little trouMe.
lk'furenlnrllnirout I rub mysvlrilmrniiKlily with
tlic nrtlclo, iiml Its nillon iikhi tlio iuvsiIok U
Mdiiilcrfiil. I'nini eolistiitit cxitiru I nm some
wluU stibjcit to rheittniiHe pnlna, nnd tinihliii;
Mould ever Ucnellt mo until 1 Rut bold nf tlih
tirent (lennnti llemeily. Why, on my trnrcle I
hnvo mit pwiilo who lmd been tullerlnc with
rhi'iiniiitlsm for years; by inyndrlcc thvy umiI
the Oil nnd It cured tluni. I would sooner do
without food for dnyntlmn bo ulthimtthlt rem
edy for one hour. In fuel I would not rtttcmpt a
trip without It." TlioCnptnlii Iwcniiio very en
thulntloon tho subject of ST. Jai dim (III., nnd
when wo left him ho "in still eltlnir lustnucesof
tho rurativoqtiiilltlcHiif thuUteut Ciermnu llvin
cdy to n pnrty nroHiid him,
'1 tiu sjjiimi dsn ' 'jvilijjl.l jol
..... ...l.t.J.ll HUM I L. JrflmllJUll
'pass -i..i.1iLin ai ." lr 'sJlloJJeil
HHII oJiia eiiMiiisuji Mm tiiitosue
l odsniol MiliMo Ju o.li,s.ninn",uM 1 Vi
ria eii(iisuj (nm t)iiosite u t-0'i a
r paVMl uniillMi.tlllM en l.titotie
I B- .il"iJ 4a iios ill on one ,.joil t"'
OkJItu WuririKi.i oit i pum .1 jaj oii3ttJif
tS(f p tl Wl9Jli, oi(l llel 'liilill'-oil nitnn ip
poMiup 'eua-l I'llllI dll 'iiimoll
O tlon etiioin,"l ii ,M.-i3iina
riuilj Jiior tiii0Jlltit loil oif Mji jooiiii
tun iti ii oieJojped.llOOfi(
I'Jlpiiliif pe a si"1! ll'tJII mo' si s mh If
Jim l iiii)otnl'elJiu J iijjjiio
i.of j ni'i vi eiVinoXlllii" 1 1 ""it 'ski
.lilt slot f esnsi jn-iiutie 40 0M.i(iniiiiiM qi
IIIIUltlllSt JO StfM4X0J4ll0XtHiU JJIintl 0.
'jniiiiiiiis'tiiit'"e Oiioj,k40l'l'lv ii o sit.l.
oi oi jo iiioieiiiii9,l,","l"ll'l"t
jnli.14ll oslinjsiniufOlMi. osoi mi.
Jt.iill em m it I "" li ' 'pj ' "It'll
itOOUiu JJ .1im XplikSU'l tl oim.ii ojj
illll I II.1TT sV'" Vll7
rmiolssir MUrJtl iiliinjrr I'ne 'JOlllAlllSou
JOn 'JOIHJM j pooirj ioiuai.1iitJoirin
'sjjiuii J'tn tin jo huiw'-i.oiiviii1oioiii
pun i.ii nm Miii'UOOpii:n I'ltiioluip
uuij ni3iirj 'sOoh jo iiotiiii'i'lio v
opK Jil ""'i:M!l' 1s,II I""' oil I.
i . . ! , i 1 1. i misffviftcv
COLD MEDAL PARIS -XPOSITION-IB7B.
NEW RICH BLOOD t
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Blood, and will completely changt the b'uH-d In IIih ra
ttre lyitcm In thrrc montui. Any pfraon wiio will take
1 pill each QtKht fium I to I a wi-vki may he n tored
toiound health. If inch a thing be po'iIIjIc. Bolder
frywhfrr, or trnt ly mall forHletti-r itumpi, i. 3.
JmiMinw A Co , H ft ton. Mm, fonnrrly nanyor. Mu.
Ttio Ileal fou.li Hrrup It
rtao'. Cur. for Oontumptlon.
It acta quick and It taata food.
Ooo .mnld-bottl. I.rar.
'nierefore tbe cbeapnt u well
a Hie beat Hold everywbera.
'i.lr. end SI.00 per boltle.
it wm iH-rn'nniiB m i
WHY WILL YOU COUGH
Wien ono bottle of Dr. Taft'e 1VU1TI'.
VIXr. SVItlli will euro the worst l-'ourli.
Cold, Tickling In tlio 'flinnt, orCon-iiiiiiitlon.
no matter liow bad or how long st.nm.'r. I
To convince you, we will semi 11 tmi'le f i"
trial for 60c, express paid, AiMrc Dm. Taft
ll.-ot Jior!iter V V or S7U" W. Mmllsnn tl
f1i.lAn., Ill r . S I.,. ,.k nil .1. ta
S Villi. lW, 111. U P..IU I J III, ,1.1. ii-ip.
Tim Iti'NtStnry rapnrlntlu Wfnte IHroliimn
. i.nl.ii nmm mi. . hpn.lf.ip.iimiil.i'i.nr
Aililres. (IIIKIAfKI l.l'.IKj llll. iMiloiiL-o. 111.
nil ITIfltl tlio Heat. The country
II I III 1' lleoileil with leininpcfl
Jrj I I 3 1 1 campaign luniks, on pimr im
per ii Iihso fraud nndan out
rnBcon tho memory of tfur Mnrtyrril I'ri'slilent
Agents wanted fortlio only I'litlridy liow. frenlu
lirlllUllliliidrelUlili. t.ll.iol 3
lly tlu'drciit IlUlorlnn. .Tuliii C. lthlnatli.I.r. O.
rj iliictll'utratlou-. IIiikIInIi unci (ermiitl. H -nd
forrlrrularoritoniino t nt h for outfit, hell only tho
Itt'ct hook. V. W. ,!!;.. I. I.IC, X CO., 180 i;,
Ailuinw St., (,'hl i;o. III.
" W. IJ. I'CS .HHllf, in.l.No, H
M7;v wttivisa to Aivj:mis i:us
pU-ttsoHtty you saw tho Aitvcrttuvmeut in
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