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THE XLTIIth CONGRESS.
faumraOTOX, Thursday, Dec 15. Petition
transportation rates, anil for the abolition of
taxes on bank deposits anil checks. Sherman,
from the flnai'ce committee, reported favorably
fttblU providing for the Issue ( three per rents.
Bills were Introduced and referred as follows i
By Coke, to regulate Intcr-stata commerce
and prohibit against discriminations by com
mon carriers; by Beck, repeating taxes on
bank deposits, by Plumb, granting the right of
way through the Fort Sclden military rr-crvn-tlon
In New Mexico to tho Bio Grande, Mexico
i& Pacific IlMlrniil. In rutin' rvanlnllnn Instruct.
ilngthJ committee on ocnslonsto Inquire and
report what Increase ot pen Ions, If any, should
be allowed the widow of Abraham Lincoln, was
idopted. Tho dlscuislon of the Presidential
succession was resumed, and Garland addressed
U10 Senate. He favored vesting the
succession In executive ofllcers as the best
method ho could conceive of. Jones of Forlda
advocated an amendment to Beck's resolution
so as to provide for Inquiry whether any aildl
tlonal provisions of Inw or changes In tho power
of tho constitution aro tpcessaryto secure tn
bllltv In the ofllto of President tiro teni. of the
Senate when Iho VIcc-Vresldcnt of the United
states In contingencies provided for. Brown,
rom tho committee on Territories, reported fn-
orattry on uic 0111 raiuring mo act ot the
xmncnoi me unnctaw anon, granting the
t. Units A San Francisco Uallroad Comnanv
Uierlzhtof wnv throuch the tcrrltorv of that
tvatlon placed on tho calendar. After cxecu
Vve session the Senate adjourned.
Washington. Frldav. Dec. 1(1. 71111a were
Introduced and referred for the sunnresslon and
prevention of plruro-putumonla In neat cattle:
to authorize the erection ot a statute of Chief
Justice Marshall, by Cnmden; and for further
appropriation to continue ihe improvement f
f. . 1 mi., xr . ...i. - i 1.. it'... . t 1 1 1 .
'Senator Von Wrrk nrescntcd a 1 ctltlon from
uircc inousunu citizens 01 rtcurasKa, praying
lor 1110 passage 111 inc inicr-otate commerce
bill to prohibit railways discriminating and reg
ulating rates. Hoar's resolution for a special
commiuce on woman's rigius was opposeu ny
Vwt. Bayard moved to refer to the Judiciary
committee, but Locun urccd that a socclal com
mute lie appointor and ulthougli the morning
hour had expired, Morrill asked that tho reso
lution be dlfposcil of. Voorhces oblec-
ted. Tho resolution of Voorhccs
f!Tlne to tho llnance ronimltteo tho reconi'
intndatlonuf the t'rcuiilriit's message on the
silver quc'tlon, was agr.cil to. Tho Garland
bill legalizing the election of alrclslaturc In New
Mexico, uce. io:v, wus passcu. Aujourntni.
The Sneaker announced the followlne special
committee on expense attending tho Illness
and burial of President Garflc!d: Taylor, Cox
of New York, Pound, Joyce, Lefevre, Belford,
Blackburn. Pace. Snrlngir, O'Neill aHd Shelley,
Bills were Introduced us follows: Br Wfl
t-mux. to repulat- suffriige In tho Territories,
'Vnd to nrovido to. ltirur In trials for blcamv In
(I the Territories afeo relative to the crlmoof
! bigamy, and tho proof thereof, also to
I provide foi tho qu.illlleatlon of voters
illn Utah; abo to rcoriratitzj Iho
legislative pon'crs nf Utah ; by Chalmers, to pay
1 uie nuu lciicnianu sion 111c manuiaciuro 01 mon
ey by corporatlvcs. A resolution was adopted for
obolldar recess from Uec.'JUtlitoBUtli. Tlie fol
lowing bills were also Intro luced: By Hazcllon,
lor tne payment, 01 tne ueui in lawnu money,
andanthnriztnc the i;sue of non-Interest bear
ingtrcaiury note of SI, t'2, V, tlO, 20, 50
and tlOfl lawful money and legal tender
for taxes, revenues and debts: by Bland, for
the free coinage of the stiver dollars by Buck-
ner. to lncornoratc tho Intcr-occnnlc shln-ralt
road company; by Townsend appropriating
fwuww, ior 1110 renei 01 itirs. uarueiu, oy
.Miller, for tlie dlschaa'C In bankruptcy of one
or more Innocent p.irtncrs when another has
bHi Luilty of Illegality; by Shellenbergcr, to
f.l,l.t. I.nl.lln- nfllnn III llm
'crrltorlcs; alco regula'lng marriage
-Un tno Territories. iniriecn oiaic
Kr ere enllnl nml in all t(17 bills were Presented
Dibble announced the death of M. P. O'Conncr,
land the usual rcsolut 011s 01 regret were auopt'
I WianivnTov. Mniulav. Dec. 19. After
fiYtecn minutes spent In receiving petitions the
Senate went Into executive session and unanl
mmulv confirmed the nominations of Brewster
for Attorney -General, mid Davis for Assistant
oecretary 01 oiaiu. mu uiwm wem iiit-n iu
.opened, and, on motion of Allison, authority
ren to print me testimony uikcu uy mu cum
ten Inr.Mtk'iitlntr the accounts of tho ex
pendltures 01 tno f.xccuuve Department.
Tim Ttniisn ronciirrent resolution for ndlourn
' rnnnt. over the holldavs was referred to the
Committee on Appropriations, and after the
morning hour Jones of Florida renewed his dls
fnaslnn nf the I'rcrtdcntla! succession.
Tin hulil tlmt uniler the constitution there was
I no such thing as temporary inaouity, ami as
I .A.ln.t A.nnlintl.lllv tlllll. whoil nilPlI till! VIcP-
v Prniilent pntercil tlie Piesldcntlal olllce In case
Iv of such gravo Inability as toJutlfy that step
j ho holds It irrevocably for the balance of the
ITh'o debato terminated pending resolutions of
Instructions to the Judlciury Committee to In-mili-o
nnil romrt. lpL'Isbltloil Oil tllO BUhk'Ct Wltll
Hv... w ...... . n ..-
bill. At ter u stiort executive session uic oenaiu
The bill was passed granting to Mrs. Garfield
iti-L'e. Hills wero introduced
as follows : By Stinonton, to abolish tho duties
nn !itt. woolen blankets, and to reduce the
,it,- nn nil iitimr nrtli-les 10 per cent, except on
diamonds, gold and silver Jewelry, silk or silken
tcli dntv Is Increased 20 ncr cent:
also to repeal the arrears of pensions act; also
to make tne trauo nouur a ikbui icuurr, i)
nirnn. to reL'ulatu Inttr-Stito commerce;
also to allow the purchase and
forclcn built shins
owned by United St itcs citizens; by Hoar, to
,inv tnr ilm ineetlii of the electoral col-
hego and to regulate tho "counting of tho clec
'koral voto; by Carpenter, to lucrease tho duty
nml linseed: bv Updecraff. Ilxlnir
a tllllO ior counting tlio vint-a w imiuun
and Vice President, and providing for a contest
on tueir election, oy jmucrouu, ujiuiui
lnc a special committee on transportation
mutes to tho seaboard; by Wilsou, In re
lation to tno UUIIieso lnucmmtv iuiiu, unsu jiro
.i.iin.r for nircniA- witli Alexlco: 1) Hawks,
fnriim nrnieettnn of the nerson ot the I rest
un nf tlm United 8tatea: by Sprlncer,
(amending the rulis relative to committee on
lxfiailiinl levees. Kasson moved to suspend
Jtho rules and adopt ft resolution for the reap-
fpolntmcnt oi an inicr-uceauiB vuimi v jinuiit-
tee. ttalluail opiio-eo tuu ruoiuuiiuu uu i,uc
,,.i that die standlnir com-
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'lllltteCS YtVlV UUIO I" wnu bue.M...uvw
auestton, and on f urthci grouud that tho com-
Imlttee -t tho last Conuref s bad cnargo or tne
W . T.:. i 1,1.... i (I... .nnn.nrlallnii lt K.Ml .
,000, and he was unwilling tofadlltato the
i.lJL nnmillllliui lltVnlirltKV Allpll fttl
unnrmous cxnenuituru ut iuo imuuu iuuu
Tho vntn on Kassoii's motion resulted
U... on- nnv. IB. tfaskcll's resolution
ibrovidlng that tho rules of tho 40th Congress
i lie tlio rules of Iho present House, was adopted.
lrh Hneaker laid beforo the House jicssaues
from tho President t unsintttlng communica-
Ions from tho Secretary oi tuo interior,
,AdJournod tilt VVednesiuy.
Wasiiis-otov. Tuesday. Dee. 20. Senator In-
n from the, committee on Indian udulrs, re-
fcjrted favcrobly the bill for tho sale of tlio
uidS 01 tue Allium inuiuua in ftuuB
Cdiumlttee on Finance, by a majority vote de-
Idcd to recommend ior passage, wnuuut
npniiment. tne .Morrill mil tor tnu uiuiuhil
ient of a Commission to Investigate the ques-
of the tarltl and internal revenue laws, anu
ilded to report aversely the tarltl conimls-
6n bill of GarlaiA. The Morrill tariff bill
r the hollday,flPless. JalinsUn, from tho
niaecii in cnatvoi uuvaru iu uu ruiiuriuu
watttee on CIRins, rerMRd Wyerscly to a
-!to autborlzo tho I'resiuenvto mono tuo
sary arranitcments to carry into eneci any
entlgn between the Uulted States and
tnr tlifl adlustment of claims.
n may no conciuueu uciwcvu tnu
uovernmmts. ludeunitciy post-
Tiu House resolution to
ii m to .Innuarv Btb was adOKted. The Ben
csutneu ine cousiuerutiuu vi uum d iu-
u for u commute ou woman sunrage, ana
an aiiinwupd tno senate, ine resolution
nrnrnirili Intil aside, llolllns Introduced
1 maklug the term of Internal revenue coi
rs lour years anu no luuuer, aim a cuui
nvn RPfiBinn iuu dimihlu uuiuuiucu.
Asuinqton, weunesuay, uec. si, oovcmj
unications anuresoiuiiunsweru ihcbi:uh.i
from thn Rpprutarv of War transmitting
iport ot CupU Hauvell, of the Engineer
i, 1,1. ,.V ,,,.! .tlnn nf thn Llttiu Itcd
1.. A .1........ .....1 l... irim.ull.mi nf 111..
n pnnnl nrnlppt. HuwleV. from tllO Com-
-a nu pl.ilin. rcnorted invorauiy wituuui.
.iMmiir ih llnliMi Shitea for suniilles
,i .... i ll.l-. .In Tmllntta nf
tisotii prior to the iiius6aere, and for pay
(iinri ,ii ii ui'i'ii mi inu t iiiuuuui. loijmiu
lay, for information as to rates of wage paid op
eratives In FranccGcrmsny and other countries,
ntrATA.1 In tint mannfnrMirM nf Woolen. cotton.
1 oa and leather goods. The committee on pub-
lie lands was directed to make inquiry in rela
tion to tlie allrgfd defection titles of certain In
nocent purchasers of public lands In Nebraska.
Mitchell Introduced a lull relating tithe com
pensatlon and expenses of pension agents. It
flies the compensation of the agent at f4,000.
anows niiccn ccnis lurencu vuucutr yici.mv.-vi 1
aud paid and makes a provls on for Hip actual
exix nica of rent and fue'. Call spoke
In. . I .1. . VI. V. 1 1 1 Inw, , 1 1 I
uritn 7 in explanation ui un um 1
protection of homestead settlers. It pro-1
v ues mat wnere a scii-cuon 01 uuuuu muu,
under the acts of Congress granting land to
corporations or others, lias ltcen made prior to
homestead entry, but 1ms not been approved by
the government until after such entry, the
homestead entry shall hold good and a patent
for the samo lie issued to tne sewer unoii
conip;etion 01 inopcrioiioi pcmeiiicin. iniuiitu
bv law. Where a homestead icttlcr has licen
dispossessed, his title Is to bo dercnrleJ
ny aiiu ai tne expense 01 hk uiui
Stales, and patents Isuied In violation of law
to be cancelled. Hcfo red to tho Commit
tee on Public Lands. Plumb Introduced a
bill to shorten the period required lin homestead
Ing public lands to two years. The Oarflcld
memorial resolutions were concurred In. After
executive session tho Senate adjournal until
Tho following resolutions were unanimously
W11r.11r.A8, The melancholy event of tho ate
tragic dealli of James A. Harneid, 1 resident 01
the United States, having recurred dutlng the
recess nf Congress, and the two houses ot Oon-
grass sharing In tho general grief and dcslr ng
to isan icsi meir scnsiumiy uu mu m iuu 1
of nubile bereavement,
;,Wml, That the two Homes 01 UMigrer-s
will assemble 111 tne nan 01 1110 iiauseoi iu--rcicntativcs
on a day and hour to be Axed nnd
announced, and In the presence of the two
houses there asssmblcd an address on the life
and character of James A. Oarflcld, late Presi
dent of tho United 8tatcs, will bo pronounced
by Hon. James 0. Blaine; and that the Presi
dent of the Senate pro ttm and Speaker of the
Liouso 01 Jteprcicntaiivcs 00 requested 10 uivuu
tho President and ex-Presidents of the United
stiitix. lm beads of the "cveral Departments, I
Judges of tlio Supreme Court, representatives I
01 torelgn governments, uuvernuio ui mu 1 mc pcrjietuiij 01 mo convention as ii, ii'.v cx
nral Rtntna. Denernl nf the Armv. Admiral of I Ista should be stated with directness nnd with
tho Wavy, anil sucn oiuccrs as uaverccciveu mo 1
thanks of Concrcss I
Ytaofmf, That tlie President of tho United I
States be requested to transmit a copy 01 incse
n-snliitlnns to Mrs. LucrctlaGarlleldnud assure
imrnf thn nrnfmind Rvmnatlivot thotwo houses I
of Congress for her deep personal ollllctlou and
tncir sincere conuoicncu ior tueir nuiun. wei
Hitminond Introduced n bill amending the
Conjtltutlon as to tho offices and duties of
President nnd Vice President referred. A
rntnlnitnn was ndonteil calllnc on tho Secretary
of the Navy for Informsn In regard to the
establishment of naval coaling stations on the
Isthmus or l'anama. ine ecnaie 0111 was
passed legallzlni; the Territorial Legislature of
New .Mexico, mo liouso auiourncu until uan.
.1 orriniNAi. ie,v.iiiii.K ajxu
w HH.m H CAivRI-j lit II,
Somo renins wo susnect him to be-
lonff to tno jovial orucr 01 nuiiutiuiy
Tt . I 1 . , I...
Ims snlil: "Tho tlav to drono and dream.
tho iiieht to learn and ramblo." Wo
. v" . ,1 . . . 1
do not proposo to disputo tills vvortli s
vtotv 01 tno ranuor, uut prusuui, iiuru
with tho oxnorlcnco of a Philadelphia
ournalist, Mr. William 11. (Junningtoti,
1712 North Twentieth street, ono of
whoso nocturnal rambles ho thus rofer.-i
to, beginning his narration rather po
cnllnrlv. howovor: "I nm not a rliou
ni'it c. anu navo oeon irouuiuu very iiv
- A I I 1 ,,i
tlo with bodily pains. Last Tuesday
mornitc I experienced n very annoying
atiiYW sain thn nnrk which trrow worso
stillii'ss in tno neck, wnicu yow worse
as tho day wore on. Toward 0 vonlnr
it became very severe, and I could
scarcely turn my head in any direclion.
Arrlirlnrr bnmn nt ton tlmn it was with
11m i.S Z 1 t 1 ;..!?r. J..nl Mr
dlilkulty that I could cat my meal. My
wifo waniou 10 ruo my nucn witu ot.
.fnnnVia (HI. Vint I rnfusoil. snvlncr 1 1
thout'ht tho affliction would soon pass
,p , :.i i,n ,.,,,
away. Tea over, against tho remon-
strances 01 my uuuiiy, 1 ivi. nuiuu iu
ramblo toward Iho now Chestnut Street
House, about two and a half
miles from mv resuicnco. 1 siuricu 111
tho midst of a heavy snow storm, ami
remained nl tho theatre until tho closo
of tho ticrformanco. although I could
feel mv neck cottinir worse aud boooni
ing very painiui. leaving 1110 pmy tnu
troublo camo to r ach homo. Tho storm
continued; the car in which 1 was bo
camo blocked in nearly ovory square a
cold current of air swept through tho
and 1 illd not n-non my nomo until
toward 2 A. M.. by WlliCll tlniO my ncCK
1.-.1 i,, i, .Ji,i. ..it,i ;i,on t I
had becqmo ab-olutely rigid i Hon 1
consented to thu usu of bt. J..cous U 1,
wliinh mv wifu nnnliod two or tlirro
times beforo I nroso. I continued its
use that day and by evening I was free
'rom pain, and tho next morning I
amused mvsolf bv twlstinr mv neck in
any direction that suited tuo, and not a
vestiiro of stillness icmained." llofton
An Ape, as n Detective.
I.nnJun Dally Telt trraph.
Siuco tho dog of Montargis played s
important a part in tho conviction of
, . 1 . , 1 , , . ., , ,
I. In n.not .n'o ,M1l.ln-nn f l.ttt ll tl,., Inlfl.
ma tuiv.?tct o wuiuuiui, u?t w mv uiiw-
rlor animals havo distinguished thorn-
selves so conspicuously by furthering
tho ends of justlco as has an observant
ape, whoso intelligent conduct on a ro-
cont tratrlu occasion entitles him to
unlvorsal admiration and ropcct.
This very suporlor animal bolongod to
traveling troupo of performing
monkovs, nvo in number and was "on
tour" with his proprietor nnd col-
loncruos in Southorn India, when tho
company was attached by robuors ou
uimuiMJll u tuuuutu wu
.illiinlrAil K. vnMm.a ,,
tho road to Sarrato. Whilo there mis
creants wero slaughtering tho impres-
sarlo and four raombors of tho troupo,
tho fifth contrived to ovado thoir grasp
and scnttlo up a lofty treo, from tlio
topmost bough of which ho watched
their subsequent prsceodlngs. Having
plundered tho manager's corpse they
hastily interred it, with a vlow to avert
the discovory of their urlme, and made
oil'. No aoonor wero thoy out of sight
than tho sagaolous apo descended from
his post of vantage aud hastened to the
nearest human habitation, the innmton
ot which, labonhg folk, ho induced by
beseeching gestures nnd pluintlvo cries
to follow htm to ids master s grave.
It t ppears that tho pollco authorities of
Sarrate, havo retained tlio npo'q ser
vices, in the confident expectation that
a quadrumano has already given
suchlning proof of his dotectivo
abifly will rondor thorn invaluable re
sistance in tracking and identifying his
dead master s assassins.
In a Cincinnati daily wo notico thn
Mr. Tim Gleeson, ex-member of the
Council from tho Fourth Ward of that
city, says ho stiflered terribly wltl
rheumatism all last winter and snrlnc
Ha triod nil kinds of liniments ami
medicines without anv beiiulit until I le
ased St. Jacobs Oil, i hu first npplicatloi
oi wnicn insureu a ittu niciit's ropo
tinrl 1Iq eiilianmiiml nu.i .iiittc.li- ......ml
ii.im nu w.fc.u....v..v i.ju ..,,, iwij uiitirfil
him. It Is iv greut remedy. Akron
What bus beou douo uiuLw should bo
, . ,, .
nn nn nc fni no i mat hln
THE INTElt.OCEA.MC t'.VNAL.
Hie Clnyton-Itulwer Treaty.
xho following Instructions from Secretary
mamt, in rciercnco 10 moaiiications 01 mc
ciayton - Bulwcr Treaty, were sent to tho Senate,
December 15th, by tho President In answer to a
... . . . . . .
rcsoiuuon irom mat uouyi
Department or 8TATB, I
was iixoton. ov. iu. 1331. 1
jamu Jlntw'l xnrWf. tie., Ixmlon.6mt In
pursuance to the pr. mlscs laid down In my clr-
,.tlar note, June S4th, this year, touching the
determination of this government with respect
to guarantee of neutrality for tliolnter-oceanlc
Cannl at Panama, It becomes my tlutr to call
your attention to tne conrcniionoi yinrn iv.
18.7, between Great Britain and the United
States, kuowii as tlio ciayton-liulwcr treaty.
According to the articles of that convention,
the high-contracting parties referring to tho
Intcr-oceanlc canal throuch Nlcanuicua ngret-d
that "neither one nor the other will obtain or
maintain for Itself any exclusive control over
said snip canal, and that nclttier win erect or
maintain any fortification commanding tho
same or In the vicinity thereof." In the con
cluding paragraph the ptrtles agree to extend
their protection by treaty stlru'atlons to any
other practical communications, whether by
canal or railway, across the Isthmus which are
xiila convention was maJo more than thlrtv
jCnrB KOl undsr exceptional and extraordinary
eondltlons, which havo long since ceased to
exist conditions which at best were of but a
temporary nature, nnu which can never no rc-
Tho remarkable dcvelonment of the united
Slates on tho Pacific coast since then has creat
ed new duties for this government, nnd devolv
ed new responsibilities upon It, a complete dis
charge of which requires some modifications of
the Ciayton-Bulwcr treaty. The Interests of her
majesty's government Involved In this question
so iar as may no properly judged ny tno onser
vatlon of friendly powers are so Inconsiderable
that tho President hopes that a readjustment of
the terms of the treaty may bo reached liar
monlouslv with rcsix-ct to her malo.Uv's irov-
crnmcnt,'wliich demands that the objections to
entire iaimrrs, nun among tne most Fniient
and palpable of these Is the fact that the opera-
tlon of tho treaty practically concedes to Ureat
lirimin control 01 wnatcver canal may 00 con
strutted. In n similar posltlou the home cov
crrmcut with Its cxtendeil colonial position.
requires the British Empire to m.ilntaln a vast
naval establishment, which we do not need, and
In time or pcaeo snail never create. If 1 11c
United States binds Itself not to fortify 011
land It concedes that Great Britain in a posM,
blc cae of a struggle for control of the canal
shall have at the outset an advantage which
would prove decisive, and which could not be
reversed except by expenditure of treasure and
lorcc. i tic presumptive lnicnuon 01 tne treaty
was to place the two powers 011 the plane of
p rfect equality respecting the canal, but In
practice this would be delusive, and wou'1'1 In
stead surrender It, In effect, to tho control of
Orrat Britain. The treaty binds tho United
States not to use Its military force In any pre
cautionary measure, wnuo it leaves me naval
power of Great Britain perfectly free and un
restrained to seize both ends of tho canal nnd
render its military occupation Inland entirely
within the discretion of the British Govern
iiu-nt. inesuni ireaty commamis ims iroveru-
mentnot to usoa slnirle regiment to protect ttc
ment. The said treaty commands this govern
Interest In connection w.th th canal, but to
surrender tho transit to tho control of the
If 10 American soldier Is to bo nuartcrcd on
the Isthmus to protect the rights of his country
lu the canal, surely by tho fair loclc of neutral
ity, uo war vessel of Great llrltaln should be
permitted to appear In waters that control either
entrance to tne canai. a more compreneusivc
objection to the treaty Is urged by this Govern
nient. Its provisions embody misconception
relative to tho position of Great Britain and
t,iu United States with respect to tho Interests
of fnch Govcrlimcilti In UC5tonfl pertaining
t0 thls c0tincnt the Government of the United
states has no occasion to avow any ncgrcsslvo
disposition; being both Independent and colo-
n,n'' TllIs Gorerntnont will not consent to
rcaictuate any treaty that Impeaches our right-
ful'and innR'rstabilshed claim to priority on
tlio American continent. Tho United States
seeks only for the defenso of Its own Interest
with the same forecast and provision the Brit-
Ih Goveriitnent soenergctlcallycmploys In Ihe
(lcfcns( of th(. ijrt,Ml Kmptrei JTo )rc.cnt nny
other Nation having facilities In the same di
rection ureal iirltam liolds and fortlllcs all tne
strategic points that control the route to
India, olio lias a mastery or tlio Mediter
ranean, holds a controlling Interest in the Suez
Canal, and excludes all other powers from the
waters of the Bed Sea. It would, In tho Juda
me t of the President, be no more unreasonable
ior tne united states to demand a snare in tncfe
fortifications, or to demand their absolute neu
trallzitton. tlnn for Knzland to make the same
demand In perpetuity from the United States
with respect totransltacrosstho American con
tinent, mo po.scssions ureat iiritatu guards
so carciuiiy 111 1110 east nro 01 no more import
mice to her than Is tho I'jclllc slona to tho irov
crnment of tho United f tates. 1 ho States and
'" upiiuriciiuni to tne racmc ocean,
and dependent on it for a commerc al outlet,
j , (,rcetl ,...,,., . 1UB ca..a, ..on '
prlsean areaof ncarlvnight hundred thousand
suunre miles, lamer thau the German EuiDlre.
and four tl its us large ns the lattcr.countrles
combined. This va t re Ion Is but the beuln
nlngof tho prospcrotisdcvclopment of the 0,000
nines oi raurniui now constructed, and it is a
modcrato calculation mat witlilit tlie current
d cade the number will bo doubled. In money
value Its export surplus will soon equal, and
perhaps exceed that of British India. India,
ton, Is a distant colony of Great Britain, while
tne i-acuie is a part or our state. India's in
habitants are alien from England In race. Ian
gunge, nnd religion; the citizens of the Pacific
are our Kintircu. ureal nrttnin appreciates
tno advantages, nun pcrnaps necessity oi main
tabling large military and naval establishments
on tho Interior and nearest routo to India,
1 . X. .1 . ... , ... . . .
) wuiie any otiier nation wuii iiostuo intent
compelled to take a longer routo nnd travel
many thousand additional miles thromrb dan
gerous seas. It Is hardly conc-lvablo that the
xamo creat. power which considers herself Justi
fied in tiiklnir these nrecautlous for the safetv
of a remote colony on another continent should
object to the United States taking similar but
tar less uenwinsiraiive measures ior tno pro
tection on distant shores ot her own domain,
for the drawing together of the extremes ot the
Union until they are in closer bonds, Interest
and sympathy, and for holding In quest a de
termination of honorable self defense, and ab
solute control of the great water way, whleh
skill unite two nations and which the United
3W.pfl will nlwflva Insist unnn trp.irlnrr na nart
I ot her coast line. If a hostile movement should
In. tlmn I.A ... 1 ., .. . . 1,A 1 V, ,.i M
I Ub Ulll Ill.tU llltlUM I.IUIIiai. IIIU . UIIII1.
,,. tlirpnlpnlnr. mnr fn II. lunn a
structlou to Its tironcrtv. this e-ov-
'it would he unfaithful to Its duty and
ttul towards us own citizens If It tier-
1 Itself to bo bound bv a treatv which
ne snmu ngut turougii tno canai to a war
,n an errand of destruction that Is re-
to Its own nuvv snlllncr for Iho defense
o.m anu tuo jiiotection ot tno lives oi
:ile, nod as Kngland Insists by tnlirlit
r mat ncr enemies in war suau emtio
n possessions nly by doubling the
iood Hone, so the United Btatoi trov
will Insist that tho Interior, more
no s.uer routo canai i nu reserved
elves, while our enemies. If wube so in
fortuiute as to Iiiivp anv, shall be remanded to
the voyage around Capo Horn.
i eon'cludlnir. he savs: It Is tho deslro and
dctenwiatlon of tho United States that the
canal mil be used only lor tlio development
and Itwvase 01 pcaceiui commerce among an
natlonHand shall not be considered a strategic
point Bwarfaie, which may tempt aggression
ora ir.ed under compulsions of military ne
cessity by any of the great powers that m ly
hnvii contests In which the United States has
no stake. If It be asked may the United
fit nt p obtect to assent to Euroncan
covcrnmcots to terms of neutrality for
tlio Anneratlon of the canal I M
answVls that It Is right to dissent and thus
the whole question would be thrown open for
contention as an International Issue. It Is the
tixed purpose ot the United Slates toconuiio
It strictly aim soiciy uo mi niiicriwa- iiuciiuh
to bo dealt with and decided by tho Amcrl
p.n Government. In Dresentlnir Views con
tained herein to Lord Granvlllo you will take
occasion to say that the Government of the
United States seeks this particular time for
dlseuesion as most opportune, anu uusjh
Inns. At. tin nprt.'Kl efuee tho ncaco (
1788 havo tho relations between the
Hrlilnh nnd American Government been SOCOr
dill and friendly as now, and I am suro her
Majesty's government will find In tho view
now suggested aud tbo propositions now sul
mtttpil. Additional evidence of the detlro of till
government to removo all possible grounds of
controversy between the two nations which
havn so many reasons for honorable and last
I HIV JJCUve. l'H 11 " 1 . li'3 VIII. ivsv II '
nlty, acquaint Lord Orunvlllo with the rntpose
ing peace. ii.u will, ut tne earncbt oppsrtu
I III tllU Ulllll-M BIDUP, IVMlUHt, I. "'"J "
Iiuiwer uvuiy, nnu in your imu nay iihiuci
him fully witli thovlons of your government,
1 um, e r. your obedient servant,
I -11 . . , u. ,,..
The Testimony of the Doctors on a Sub
Jcct of Present and Yltni
Facsimile Statements of Great Value To All
Who Am Suffering,
The late lamented Dr. J. 0. Holland, In oneof
his most popular works, paid a high eulogy to
the medical profession and the work they ac
complish. Dr. Holland was himself once a prac-
.... 1 . . I 1 ... . um.allli
titionrr oimcuicine, nnu wo nu
tho authority of experience. It Is a matter of
great Importance, therefore, whn members of
the medical profession of such unquestioned
standing as those whose names are herewith ati
ponded give their outspoken opinions on a sub
ject so vitally essential. That suMi Is the case
the following letters, wlttiaafmlc slgnatu es,
331 Hamilton St., Albany, June Oth, 1881.
3!tr: II. It. Hurmr if Co. .'
Grnts: For several vcars past I havo been a
great sufferer from disordered kidneys and liver,
for which I have used such specifics as were
known to my profession, but without having
experienced anj thing more than temporary re-
llei. uuritig tins pcruxiimu ui ihmhcu
lar was so severe that 1 was confined to my bed
for two months. It would lie useless to com
ment upon tho pain Incident to such n condl-
O l as ucscrineu. 1 num-vi i i
....!. ...niiii. nttrtitlon tn a nrcnarat on call
ed Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. At
that time my condition was even more precari
ous than I myself Imagined, and samo ot my at
tendant friends nnd relatives have since assert
ed to mo that they did not believe I could possl
Id v live more than a few weeks. I purchased
ilinrcmcdvabovc described, and beforo having
exhausted the contents of one bottle my relief
began. 1 continued us use, ami me numi 1111s
t,7.n tio I nm ntiU nraln to practice m profes
sion, which, Indeed, I was compelled to aban
don for nearly two years.
I have unbounded confidence In the efneacy
of this medicine both from my personal cxierl
encc, outlined only In brief here, and also Irom
an extended observation of Its effects elsewhere.
I have recommended it, anil always man, win
In my practice and otherwise, to hundreds of
persons. It boa always acted like a charm.
BAt.TiMimn, Mn., Augusts, 1831.
Umn. H. H. Ui'nirrlo. :
fi,.vri mrv A iinlillriitlou nnticarolln the
iinni'...r.. imiiiin snmn months ntro tnirnortltu?.
among other things, to ect forth the particu
lars of my curi irom iir.i;nt s uircusu u me
usu of your bate Kidney and Liver Cure. Hut
card reprcseuts only an outline of the lads In
Al.niA.Ia. May 20, lbSO.
Mxr. II. It. Unrwrit Co.: .....
Guntixmcn: 1 liereiiy ceruiy nuu ""
iccn a practicing physician for twenty-seven
.cars, and for many chronic enses In my prac
tice do recommend your fate Kidney nnu i.iver
Cure. It was uK)ii my ndvlec that G.
Stamm, edllor ot the Imlutr al I.nt, of t iIb
place, obtained jour iuuuun.- itimun .......
utlrely cured him,
lUvnnnii.t, Mass., Aug. S, 1S81.
Most: II II. Vrt' t: V".:
. r Wnrnpr'fl Safe
IICllL.ail5.i . t i.uiv. .......... - -----
Kidney and Liver Cure In my practice, and I
take pleasure In acknowledging with success.
I consider It is everything It Is represented to
be; a safe and reliable remedy for Brlght's dls
tac and complicated Kidney and Liver com
plaints. I have ur cd over one'hundrcd bottlts
1 . .. . ... . 1..... n .. . .......knrnf Pftit
11 nireauy, ami umc tuini g ,.u,....v. .
,t oiiipr iilivslc.nns have ctVen up to die. I
most t cheerfully recommend It. It has m
hourly endorsement. It Is a splendid remedy
and I am not afraid to acknowledge It.
Ravenna, Ohio, Aug. 1, l&SI.
1-. . IT TT trmT.fe (7u.:
Or.NTI.K.MEX: Vour sale money arainmr
Cure has proved such a valuable remedy in my
Hint 1 take til a ure In recommend-
nglt to t'lltif. Mv wlf. , after taking two
hnttlea was cured of a kidney troublo that
ballled all previous treatment. Tho first bot
tle helped her at once anil the second cured her,
riiiipm huvii tipi'ii cauallv bellied, to my know-
edge. I have taken nnd continue to take great
pleasure 111 reconimcmnui; n iu un.
.lur.scy City. N. J., Sept. 10, 18S1.
It IT Tl'..n. (',) .
Slii's-l have been cured of Brlght's Disease
after using the remedy known as Warner's Safe
Kidney and J.iver v,ure.
SritiNoriKUi, III.. June 9, 1SS1.
Mtvt. II. V. llniwribtU: .
Gentlumkn In my medical experience 1
havo heard such unusuul results attributed to
your remedies that at last I resolved to ixperl-
incut witu iiieiu ou iuji un..
far. the trial has not been as complete as Its lib
or as I lntende I to moko it, yet It nas convinccu
me that tlie medicines possess uieru,
certain cases are dolnis work that no other
iments can take tho placo of. hotably Is tills
so with your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure Ire
qucntly I have uted them in connection with
other medicines, but all, so far, with best re
sults on my patients; and It has given me con
fluence enougn to preseriue "t in.-uiuiui.uu .......
in tho future as lu my Judgment medicines of
this class may be requlicd.
(2i- flcA, WppiD
HAvr.umi.i., Mass, August 0, 1SS1.
It. n. Warntr d- Co.: ,
GCNTI.GMCN': I contracted a kidney diffi
culty whllo In tbo army (caused by riding con
tinually) which has troubled mo constantly tor
the past twenty years. Between live and six
years ago I began to lose my hearing, and grad
ually became entirely deaf. My spine was also
affected. I went to the eye and car lnllrmary
at Boston, but experienced no relief. About
two months ago I besau using Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, ami tbo effect was
ulmost magical. My kidney dlfflculty was re
llcved and I can now hear when a iierson con
verses In a loud tone us well as uuybody. 1
consider It a wouderiui reineuy,
Wimiinoton, Del,, Aug. lit, 1681,
Gentlkmen As a pbvslelan and also In the
capacity of a druggist. I have recommended and
prescribed the uso of Warner's Safe kidney and
Liver Cure to at least 15 persons, all of whom
were allllcted with kidney trouble, and In each
and every Instance they were cured.
Worn tho above testimonials given bv men of
ordinary capacity or standing, thelrvaluomlght
well be questioned, but coming as they do from
physicians prominent In the higher ranks of
their profession, and drawn from experiences
kiwI i n null- nlivslelans can have, tliev most
conclusively prove tlio unusual and almost
marvelous pocr of the remedy of wlilcu tliey
A cortaln amount of opposition Is a
irroat help to a man. Klto.s rlso
against and not with tlio wind. JJvon
a liead wind i linttor than nono. No
man ovor worked his parage nnywhero
n a doad calm.
i I i
Tho host pooplo nootl nilllotlons for
rial of tliolr vlrtuo,
A $26.00 Sinter Stylo Sowing Mn
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cultural Weekly in tho West. For
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The Homkstkai), Dos Moines, Iowa.
For weak lungs, spitting of blood,
shortness of breath, consumption, night
swats, nnd all lingering coughs, Or.
Fiorco's "Golden Medical Discovory" is
a sovereign romedy. Superior to cod
liver oil. Uy drugglste.
Nothing makes tho earth seem so
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thoy mark tho lattitmlos and longitude;.
l)n. U. V. FiEitCK, lluffnlo. N. Y:
Dear Sir I was sick for six years, and
could scarcely walk about tho liouso.
My breath was short nnd I sulTerod
from pnin in my breast and stomnch nil
tlie timo; also from palpitation and an
Internal fover, or burning sensation,
and oxporlenecd fruqucnt smothering
orcliocing sinsniions. i also suiiorcti
irom nam low down ncross my uowcis
and in my back, find was much reduced
In llitsli. 1 nnvo used your "Uomen
medical Dlstoyery"' and "Favorllo Pro
scription,1' nnd fool that I nm well.
Dkmi.aii I). McMillan,
The powor of pleasing Is founded up
on tho wish to plonso. Tho strength of
tho wish Is tho measure of tho power.
Cancers anil Oilier Trouble
aro treated witli unusual success uy
World's Dispensary Medical Associa
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Tho world wolivo In is tho host world
posslblo to those who uso It: tho worst
world posslblo to thoso who abuse It.
mm mm -
A Itiiitroail Ilnirliierr
in tlie employ nf the C. M. & St. Paul It, It.,
Ii d liven grievously alfectcd with diabetes or
six jc.irs. He took four boxes of Kidney-
Wort, and now writes that be Is entirely cured
Get a b.x or bottle and try It. Trliuiie d-d
Tho only mnn who Is absolutely suro
that ho Is always In the right Is tho ono
who is known to bo Ignorant and nnr-
ot Iliul In 'I'uKo.
Consumptive people and those puttering with
weak lungs, coughs, colds, sore throat and
iimma are earnestly recommended to tanc
l'lso's Cure, the best and most pleasant rem
edy for tho?o diseases.
II. M. Bancs. of Chatsworth, Illinois, writes-
"I'lso's Curu for Cotmuut tlon Is the best
coiikIi remedy lu the marktt, without nny ex
ception." write to .Mrs. l.vdta k. nnKiiam, .no. h
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mats., for pamphlets
relative to the curative properties of her Veg
etable Compound In all lemnle complaints.
Lasting roputaslittns aro of a slow
growth; tho man who wakes up fatuous
somo morninjr iz very npt to go to bed
somo night and sleop It oil.
Those lamruld. tiresome sensations, causing
you to feel ecureely able to lie on your feet;
that constant dram that is taking from your
system all Its elasticity: driving the bloo.n from
your chcekw, that continued strain upon your vi
tal iorces, rendering you irruaoie nuu iretiiii,
can easily be reaiovcdbv the use of that marvel
ous remedy, Hop Hitters. Irregularltleinnd ob
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while the special cause of periodical pain Is per
mnntly removed. Will jou heed this I Uiiichi
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All errors spring up iu tlie neighbor
hood oi somo truth i thoy grow round
about It and for thu most partderho
thoir strength from such contiguity,
Wi lli- Health Itenvwf r Atwulule cure fur nerwiu.
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I.ifo is mado up largoly of blunders.
Tiierolsno limit to human knowledge;
tiiul, nflcr all, tho man who does his
host, does all that cm be expected of
Tho Chrlstnin must expuctopi osltlon
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nuu nns to pass inroiign mom.
ir 1 mi
"Your voice sounds ns thouirh von were talk
Ing through n worsted stocking." said a gen
tleman to a hoarse ncaualntance. "I know It,
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Honey of Horeliound ami iar," it cures
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gists. I'lKc s lootiiacuc props cure in one imnuie.
Correct vour habits ot crooked walking bv
using Lyon's Patent Heel Btlltcncrs.
The only hopoof bald heads Carbollne. a
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You feel weak ana languid, no energy, no am
bltlon to do anything. Dr. Halllday's Blood
Purifier Is the remedy for you. for sale by al
In this Issue uDiiears n new advertisement of
the Dr. Ilnrter Medicine Company, manufac
turers of tho Justly celebrated iron Tonic, en
dorsed and recommended by the medical pro
fession. As a general tonic, and especially for
Dyspepsia and Ucneral Debility, it has no euual.
naving uecn inorougniy timed uuu rccommcuii
cd as liavlnij virtues which no other tonic pos
sesses. It Is certainly a valuable remedy, Judg
ing from the satisfactory testimonials from
prominent jiersons It has received.' intlmmtt
juuo) unruiian .tianaam.
Tbtf Eofravtaf rtpreKDtl It Ludii lb a lie.llti, IUU.)
Ilrad what Mr. William C IIIkkci, a merchant ot
IlowllniiUnen, Va., wrlteinndcriliiteAnrlUtli, 18S1.
lc(oyi "1 nrtnly believe that Allen't Luna IMtam
will and liaicnfn'. runiumptlim If taken In limn and
nroiu-r rare hu taken nt tlio ratti-nt botti Invultabto
fuoil undt'lotlilnir. Bli yearaoicomy mother win ut
tackrd with ijiieuiiiunla. 'Ihe atteudtiix l'liv.lrlan,
"wuiie tlmunrier" told m Clint I liu tllseao hiiaavitled
on lierLunnaud that Hhu lintt the euiiaumptien, Kot
iieiierinir ttiat A perrect curu eoultl lie HtTetti-u,
tlilnklni! that I might lie ublo tORet nn expectorant not
cuntatnliiKopliiHi, whlt-li would attoril xoimi reller, I
enquired of a ill ukkIx at Illehniond, Va.. If hohad
anyineiitetnuiiDtcontnlutiiK opium, Hint was u nwvi
exiK-etoriint. He then reeonimended Allen'a l.unir
llulbiim which 1 purctiuiidaud Induced my iuuth"i- lo
iirovemi-nt In tier condition wan bo lnniki-d tlmi l nnr.
ry. iiciurti mm nuu iiiki-ii inu nrm ihiiiii1, iiiii nil
dinned three iimro tuiicU a. Thu Hit. ndlnic iihy.fiiiin
in-elna tho bi-ni-nclnl elTi-en, i-i'eomn,-iiiiiir ju i-i,u.
lliiui-duie. nnd In atioul twelve inonihaherluiiiOM-eru
proniiuneid eureil. Upon my rei-iiiiimeiiilniluii in my
oihei'i whuhid tlm roniuinpilon liavu bi eiieuri'ii, 1
think you can clutm fur your iiiedU-liti-, ilii- rnMu-A Jni
Kxpei lointloii wlihnut Irrliiitlon, and lieiillnu i.( iho
luna. by keeplnmlii-m fren from fnrelxn miliH,'iiee,
lliiu nit"tl!ii mi. I eiirlii- hi. dn-ad dl.eu.o, Mr.
iy ho write! Ii 'i-iiiiin lm wniia m to know
'hul.Mlin t J.imKllul.uiii ladolntfcuod.
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column! m i
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Good manners is tho art of making
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Vmr Ilvaiten H. Indlallufi. npnrtlltAn ftf
Snlrlti snJOi-DeM Hrhllltj In their rluul formn
Jnin)rrvrniiT, fiRin.i r rirr anu Ariir, nnu Ulll
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trd Ellslr nt 1'itlUitvii.' tnftitnliv f!n.Wfll. Ilil.
snl & Co., New York, mid .old hj HI llmcrlm. Ii the
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utber itcknrii, U hi nomusl
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all others are but counterfeits. 8.1 cents.
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Billlnusness. Malaria. Indigestion, ami disorders
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X Sure Curei l-'oiinil nt I.uhI. io
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A suro euro for the Hlind, Bleeding,
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utes after npplying tins wonderful
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imiggtsts or ninucu on receipt ot price,
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Props., Ciovoland, Ohio.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
i.t EiniKi: i.itji in ou nuv luun
Tbnt Acts ut llicmiine lime on
AUD TKS KIDNEYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
lUeaun tee allow thtu artat crgant toi
becotn. tloggul or torpU, and poUotioui I
htnnnranr Vitrtfors Toretil inla Ifit i
that thouialt fiptXM naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
ll'II.r.R, COSKTIPATIO.V, liniN'AKY
DI.if.aikh, t r.u.M.r; iin.it.nti
ami .i:itvou nisouiiEits,
bycauilngfrti action of thin organl anil
trettorinj tMrtcncr to wrote ojr atitait.
wi, ...frr TUHnm r.... and atlisil
I Why tormented with riki, Conillpstlont
Why frlfrlittneil orer dlionlereil Kldncjal
IWhyenilarenerTOus orsiea nesascncii
.. ..... .... I.. 1l V...I.U. T'.rm. Inttn
CAlitonollcVKReot which make tlx quartl vt
S medicine. aio in ..iquiu r .rn, in
trated, (or tlioae tUac cuunot rcadllr prepare It.
.w-ii ri. with eaual emc enrr In either form.
ITfF.l.I.8, ItlCIIAIinsOX Co.,rrcp-,
(Wllleen Itlioitrjpo't-I'alil.) BtlUJJOr0,YT.
, LYDI& E. PIHKHAM, OFLYHN, MAS8V
LYDIA E. PSIMKHAM'S
Is a 1'nnltlvo Cure
forall thoae I'ntnlul Coinplalnla nnA WeaVneiits
aucvmuiou loour belt feiunle vopulatloii.
It will cure entirely the wont form ot Female Com.
plalnti, all oTarlan troubles, t&flaiuuiatlon and Clear
tlon, Falling and Pliplacemente, ami th eonsequent
Spinal Weakncis, and ll partlculaily adapted to the
Change of IJfe.
It will dliiclre and eipeltumore from the nteruatn
an early stage, of development. Tlie tendency to ean
c.rous humors there Is cheek ed very epeedUy hj Ita use.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroysall craving
forstlmulants, and relleeee weakness of the stomach.
It cares Bloating, Headaches, Kereeus rro.lratlon,
Oeneral PebUlty, Bleeplenncii, Pepreaslon aud Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing iswn, censing pain, weight
and backache.ls always pennnueiitly cured by Its uie.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with tbelaws that coterii the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either e this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
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ln the form of pills, also In the form otlotrngcs, on
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freelyaniwera all letters of Inonlry. Send for pamph
let, Address aa above. Jfrotfoit fid JVjxr,
Ho family should bo without LYDIA E. ritriCUAK'l
ITVEB rilXB. They curs constipation, bUlousniaa,
a4 fsrpidlty of the liver. U cents per box.
OT Hold bv all Ilmrslsla. -SOS
TIT A fT'flTT'TT'C' cutaairrwi. ATsas,tuiiiii
I AainlesnWsl.hOe JHI.InrjD.rw
sT TrT"rVTG! ulvrs Caixiuau. tie.. JLttm,
V)f SJ XM jj Srtat WW. Qua eorV,rtlwrs.A,
-CHICAGO SCALE COMPANY.
I HI Smith Jcfferxnn Stnrt. Chimao. III.
jSlS-Tun Wagon Scales, sti t-Ton Ifti i The
i Llttln lieifclye. t.1 Be ml for I'rlin I.i'i
r'atrnt Foot and Steam 1'owei
laclilncry. Complete outfits foi
4rtUAl Work'Shop lluitnrss,
Lathes for Wood or Metal. Cir
cular Hawa, Scroll Saws. Fprm
ers, Morttiers, Tenotu-ri, etc,
etc. Machine! on trial II di'ilred.
Iiererlptli e CalalOKiic and Trior
W. I AS JOHN IIAHNKH
No. am Main Bt.
dcasociotonia, Avacattonof anionta did not give rap much rellof.but on the contrary, wwi loiiowiHi i
Incrtassjii prut ration rnd nlakInrUlli. At ttii tlmal bectaa the ua of your InoN lo::iq, from which 1 ro
nlUeil oliuuftt iQimudlatennd wonderful reiutti. Thootd enerCT rrturnud nnd 1 tqend that my uuiiiwl force
wanoti-rmanpnt y uhatcd. I bavousod three bottlesoftho Tonle. Klnco uilnatt I hao dono twice the lu-tafirih.-itlevordldlQthua.imQtlniBduriQcmyillaoia.'nnd
with doubt a the euwi. With the tranquil nerv
iindlt'orof body, hwcononlioa clearness of
work, 1 Lao -i
iThit Iron Tonin in a
1 ttrfiittfittaii nf JVo-1
WtnjtUlv. ttf Ivan Iertt- I
Ivittn Hart;, atul JViotv I
tcith tho Vegetable I
rvrv fittrjiotie irierel
It Ti.t kin i.t AJVti!l tl. f
MAIVfACTUllO tt IMl DR. DARTER MEDICINE CO., HU. 213 M08TU MAIN STOUT, IT. WIU
t Otis nm
,nl lo Indiico
i m' plume to
mn or tno rtgu-
Y lnr siirireon, but,
llEu' . ri ncleisof tln-sotwon
V In xi.eslon of n menus
in iri-iiiiui in ii imiiiiiiinr
neetilctilflrH-eiirrliii dull vln
lhohnuehoM, nnd which, whllo not dangerous
in iMim"ric, mo (xtciiiiugiy nnnoyiug.
Itttrtiii, liru l-i . senlds, pnaki-, etc., liro prill
elpnl umong tlic.ci truiiliksnino nml nnnnyliur
occiirem-c", ntvl ilematnl ImtiiiiHnti' tii ntiiina
with tlio lust imniii nt lintid. In the kitchen,
tbo illnltik'-linll. thu tium ry nnd the slttltnr
nmni l hey nro llnbloliibapifn, nnd. Inti-.nl of
feur nnd ii l n n n ut Ihnslirht of tliiu'iitdrinnshiil
linger, or brillvil or burncil linn, or oenldiil
surfiii-o, anml nnd unlet milliner Minutd lm ns
stmiiil, nnd utter wn'hln? nwny tho MihuI, (If
niiilnl ), the lnuri il purls should I ilrcwxil
witli that iniwt Milunblo remiily Ht. Jacoiii'
Oil, Its stirprl?lnrlyiUlek relief, Us c1ennlng
prnpeillei, Its teinleney to quickly rfiiinu nil
iiilliiinimitlon, mid Its wntidi rf ill t t!l :uy In tlio
nbo uiit well ns In nil muscular nnd other pnln,
such ns rbeiiinntlsm, iiiiiimIi-Iii, tootlini-lio,
hendnehp, stllfins of tbo J lnt, e tc..- tbeso
retiilirtJT..lA('inisOii, priM-mlM'tilly Iho Nit.
external remtily now tx-fnro IhiU'inplP! wbleli
elulm Ii fully soliMitntliitut by Ibu slronvi-st
klnilnf teitlmony from nil clat- of iHiiplc.
Tho vnliicof biimnn life Ii sositprrint ly linpur
t nut Hint anything Unit tend to lti lnoliiiiuu
llon ii entitled to Iho hlglnit ii'tiidi-nitloii.
Chnrli- Netson. K(., proprlelnr Ncl"iii liouso.
Port Huron, Mleh., snji: "I putMid so with
rht-iimiitlsin tlmt my nrtii withered, nml tbysl
clans could not help tno. I win In despair of
my life, wbeti nomo ono ndvlsttl mc tnlrv St.
.Ut'otm tilt., lillilso.iinil mlf by inmrle. Iwtn
Imtantly lelloved, nml b tbo emit le in I in-onf
Ihe (Ml wllrely t'driil. 1 thank In.xi'ii for
hnvltuf u I this wonilerftil n- ndy, 1 xiltatiil
tnv lift. It uVo i-unil my wife."
(A .lledlciue, not u llrlnk.)
nors, iticntr, mandkaki:,
ASIl TIIK I'fllS'T AMI) IlKlTMrilll'SI.CJtlALI-
1 lt ok a I.I, ui in: II llii I Kim.
All Dlrraiesof thrStoinscli. Ilnwits, Illood,
I.l.l.....u .....I II. I ....... ... .......
I " IF... HI 1 lllllll j ll.lllll- I'll-
luuiuir.i i-,,-,-1 ii p i -.,ivi ii.il J
SIOOO IN COLD.
Will 1ir tmlil for A rntr thev will tint rum ,
lull', or (or an) UjIuk linpuru or lujurioui
lUUUli 111 IIIVUI.
Ark your ilrtipulut for Hop Hitter nnd try
them before uii lcrp. Tnlto no oilier.
1) 1 O. ttntinlirolutcBnt11rrritiitlMrrtirfrnr
Di unkoiiUfni, uk of opium, tobutco ua
wammam send ran Ciixitab.
All iIdv mM t-r dmnriih.
Hop Itlltm f, (V, llivbtilfr, N , Tntr.i.1. Oni,
In Sheep, Russia and Turkey Bindings. k
New Edition of WEBSTER bai
116,000 Words, 3000 Engravings,.
4600 Now Words & Moaning, and
of ovor 9700 Names. - -
- Got the Standard.
fill Standard In tho Go't rrlntliiR
J. XLXi Offlcc. ati.OOO roploa tn l'ublle
Schools, lo SO times (is large
as tho sain of any other.
UT'CT1'1' ln n I'ninlly. in hclplni; Its
mOmZiiiw JL members to become intelllKeiit.
lleit aid for TKACIIK1IM nail
NCIIOIVRS. in SCHODI.S.
TT M11 1 1 Most aeceptablo to Pan tor, lur
VrXX X cut. Teacher, Chilli, Frleml
for Holidays, lllrtlulay, WedilInK,
or any oilier occasion.
Published by O.&C.MERRUM, Springfield, Mans.
way illHftblcil ty Wdittitliior ativ kltnl t 1Ih ifrin mt 1
(lclttofi'urrlUKfn lltir nf tuZ Any woninl or lott nt
If, tlnciTs i . or rtipinrccir MTlrot-i t in, rhrontc
itlairlida falling hack ut tin' nn at-U e, Iuhk tlli-cnM1.
heart iIIvciih, Itwr tllmnnc, or In fact ntiyttitttf thai
rail vi i any illfnhlllty, cut It It m a mtltllt-r of the late war
n mi fun. Pem-ion nnil lifiuntlcw (elicited wthrc
tilft haiyc iiah'rN nn- Inut, A dirhnnunilhcillM harp' In
nu tmr h prn-ttin. 1 hd'iitaniU rr jMtinlcncrttciitltlcd
tn an intteaHf of (x-nhlon lit unity j ct dun lu thimnandii
nf fnldlcry who ili tint kimw uhat their ilnlitw an.
Ituth ti tiH.ney iiilli ctid fur MiMlcr In rhtl rlMinor
their lulu. N'i w f:iM'haiP' (hiatncJ wheic lit. Pay
fur hut ln-t tn i he M-n tec. 'I he mittti h nf ni ntdon
(fiiindc all pi i "fnii" npplU-d fm In time hi yln at date
of dlM-lMiiKf. Uw I'lnl t lilldii n nf tlie unldlcri n
l It ! d tn pi iiM'iii ft (-tnl nt iimllietM nnd fn'hcit ut
niIdliTf i in It l il. I'n f 111 nil t-aMn imiI ti ii dollar 1-y
lati law. Ilnvc )mirtaaHe tnctlKate(i ty iiunpvtf tV
iitluri.tyut llfW;fr', , vm It h t count t
iinihm. All hnl'ltcro of the wur of Wi it ml
tlutr widow h rr.tlMcil to minimi. All mirth r
of the Mixliuu war l,nuid write nt at imoe.
c arc hImi latutly iiipi;cd n ,n i lui-iu
(r A st. a tt and liavc hcim-i I ilih pnitti cut
I fcTBV I dewit.d totlin' liranetii f our
piiHlKe. 'v take nut I'ATIINThla Hu HMTi:i
hTA'nand i;ri;oir. Send iiia wrli'Mi ihncth..
lion nf tin del(c nnd poor MOHKI.. We phi l'A
VKATS mid i xairlne l!K.l IX I I'.O CAM., IN
rltlN(iI.Mi;NT. Ac , nnd conrtii.-t U t,"'l pn"i edlni
In tli- Conitn. We proeiireTIIAOK MAHKH, t OPV-
uuiiris. opii:s oi'di ri iai, kiuokds, nnd
n nder opinion In rclritt'-n to patmiH nnd pinprty
rlthtM In In win luii on ri'nnnHhle tcriiin. Wc
nlhu deal In mid nttitid tu all kindx ofcaciti fur
I A LM ftC I if ore I lie (Irm-ral Kami (it! lee, per
linllUO talntncto land warrant, xcrlitof all
kinds pn-ciniitlonnndhomcKtrailcntrleK, mining nnd
prhatu land tialnix. nnd do n trenernl land hiilncm.
' NwnWohiivand hi ll I,.M WAUI! AN'I S, HiihIiii n
connected with nny of ihe Iepnrtnient wecftnntteml
, toon reanmald ti nnu. Add nun IN'. V, FlT(tKU
AI.I A: CO.. Pemton, Patent, and Land Attorney
hut ,W, WaMilTipMnn. U. C.
AGENTS WANTED FOft TH
HISTORY of the HO It 1.1).
Kmhrnrtntr full and niithcntl3 account of eury nn
tlmi of aiiiifiit and modi rn tlmn, and lnclmllniru hln
tory of the rie nnd fall of f Inck and 1 toman Ktiiplrci,
the middle ngeH, the rniKadcp, the feudal yU in, the
(formation, thudUeuwiy and ettement of the New
Win hi. etc., ic It contalnNfl?'-. mi titntorlt-al cn
L'ralm:n,aiHl U the mKt coinptetc HUtory of the
wotlrtctcrpulilUhcd, hend foi vpeclmcii t-a'if nnd
c ti n tenon to nm-ntv. Addrci",
N'ATiONAV ri'llLlMIINd CO., CIllfUL'U. III.
Trial tta I ties of Dr Tsfl's AVT1IM.:
i.s.fti. a jieriiTi rure ror a-i ii iia rs
will tie sent Fit 111) by e.Mr Hi any mn tl
amicLeu. ijr:v imineH ror .mi' ih um iiiii
Cl.ta Adire.a- I)r. TAKT HltU"., ll.,iii
te-l( r, N. Y or '.T W. stAdUm at. Cfcicn
GEORGE L. LEMOM, Atfy-at-Law,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Bind ikiteli or mndi'l for rrillmlnary Kinuilnatlon.
and Opinion, for which Nn t.'tiuri;ti la inmli-. If re
ixirlt'u pnti'Utntih1, no ihnrire for ei'nlcn IImIi'hs
Nui'iCarul. Biudforrainphlct of Inairiirllons.
t:sTAiti.iui in ixua.
WJIEU WlUTItiO TO AllVlillTlSKUH,
jiiruao muit you mww me durenifniiciii ...
ir.ml ortrit unit rrrom
!rl jirucjn, fort
oamn. llVmf of I fnNI
kllll, Aert'UlC" . nnim-i
Iflolli nml f'oitafe.
lepiieeruin Vere rs.ie
ll .'' .T. u"" .".'." !TZ. l.lw.....,n1lni.lThnr.
thought Der Iwforo ejjoyod, lithe Xonlohainot Uone wtt
j.i'. WATBOJf.i-niort amtiiiu ti
jeetea to uy dock as iuyoivuii; iu"B