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test t:ataloguos and Circulars, with new st.ylos,
REDUCEtI P'1RICES, and much Infprmation,
sent free. MASON & HAMLIN Organ POM
PANT, Doston, New York or Chicpgo.
Pianos m - eolE $1ntPianos
rosewood oases megnilicent thrce string up
right Piano $210. No risk. See before buying.
This offer only whero not intro:luced. War
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THOM48 BROS., Oatskill, New York.
aC IBENSON'S CAPCINI
POIt US PiAS'Elfir
tile best remedy for
.a lame or painful
ack, or weakness of th back ever invented or
known. It soothes, it strengthens, it cures,
where Other porous pltisters and AlI liihnents
Each genuine BENSON'S Capeine Plaster has
be word Capel4o ctit through th1e plaster.
Take Po other.
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00 only $425. Superb Grand tquare PIanos,
rice $1,100 only $255. Elegant upright Plainos,
ice 00 only $155. New style upi ght Pianos
.., Orgas $5. Organs 12 st.ops $2.5o.
Church Org.ns li sters price $31 only $11a,
Elegant $375 Mirror Top O,gans, only 101,
tuyers, conio and see mne at home : It I am not
as represegteu. it. it. fare paid hot h way: and
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FOR A OASF OF OATARRH
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for Calarrh will not insLant.ly relieve
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Wells, Esq., WOlls, Vargo k Co., Au
rora, N. Y.; Win. Bowen, St. Louts.
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VALt.SY STRAM, QUEENS Co., LONG ISAND, N.Y.
M nt. ILI t. ST CV H N.:
Jear sir-I take the pleasure of writing you
a sinal certiticate concerning Vegeine I ro
antred by you. I have beent a suifferer with tit,
ip-p ad for over forty years, and have had
the lhronic Di)1.rrhot for over six mnonthls, I
and have tried inot. every thing : was given upe
to die, and di:l not expect, to live fromn day to
(1ay, and no plysielahI could toulh lily case.
I saw your VeLret.liui recommended to cire
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tinled (to ig so, and ain now a well woman
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nlitel with this terrible disea.se, I would
kindly re!onaenal to try it for the benefit of
their health, and it is excellent as a blood
By Dtr. T. 13. FOltBISS. M. D., for
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weather or cilinat,, want of exercise, irregular
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For Cancers and Cancerous
TIlE DOCTOIt's CEit1'IFICATE. READ I'l'.
Aslii.Y, W nHlINr)TON Co., IML., .an. 14, 17s8.
it. It. :T;:v ":vs. Esq. :.
e:tr SIr--'hL: IS V) certify ti:nt I had been
stfrit"itg tl:n a iRote U;lncer on my right,
brceaat, wlhl:ih !,,e w very rapidly, and all my
[tle l a' i givei me up to dle, when I hca rd
of your ei ietia, V'.'get.ne, recommeidied for
Uan- er Ilad c_anelrous llilmors. I CtiintetCel
I0 t:tke it. an.lsoon touuind myself beginning to
feel better ; ily healith id spirits both telt the
ignm lIeilece whlichiI it, xer'ted. andl inl a
lew 1*01nt hi fr'omi the tImne I comuineed thie
use of thte Voget1ne, the Cancer o.a-ne out
CARRIE DsFOltJ ST.
I certify that I an le'sonatlly nelti.inted
with .lr I)elorrest, and consider her one of
olr" very beat wuwen.
DIl. 8. H. PLOWElRS.
Ar. DisE is;iS OP TIlE )I.oOD.-If VeCgetne vill
relieve linn. ei ease, purify, and cure such
di. :l_o, restrinig the patient to perfect
he .lti alter trYin;g different physit.ans, iany
re''edles. slilTeriig 1or years, is it, not eonclu
-Ive p; oh, ii' %( it le a h.i iffierer, you ca it be I
rl'tr'"' I 1 Iy i1. I ll.. nediclane perIorm111ing such
V I. oil t e; 7 ) works In the blooti, Il the
eir-ut::1. ;11td. It ('all 11lly be called the
th:.:; : " 'l Purlfier. ''he great souree of the
'I .. ig i:it:a Ji the blood ; nd no Iedia
C.It. !hl. tt!e. not act, l ret.ly upon it, to
pi. ahy in( re.novatc, has any Jtst, claim upon
I Regadrd it as a Valuablo
MIt. II I S'I'EVENS:
Depar Si:-I tak"e pleasure in saying thnt I
have u.ed the Vegeline In Iny fanilIy with
good re,ulr.. and f have known of several cases
ot rem irkatble "-11:c e1Tected by it. 4 regard It
as a v:h lui e fiaily medicline.
T uly' yours,
IIEV. WM. McDONALD,
The Hev. Will. Mcl).mald is well known
throughout 1 he Unitcd States as a minister in
the .\l. E Chu'ch.
'n1ot:SANI)s Srt:.1K -Vegctinc Isacknowledged
Ianl n"1recol';;d d by phtalelans and apot.he
e tries to be the best. put ler and oi.lnser of
the blood yet, dl;eovere"l. and thousands speak
in Its pralise who have been restored to health.
THE M. D.'S HAVE IT
Ms. Ii. I ST Ev:N:
Dear air-1 have sold Vegetilge for a long
thim, and ilnd It gives moat, excellent satisfac
S. B. De PItIEST, M. I)., Druggist,
H R, STEVENS,
Vege(tne is Sold by all Druggists.
SE have .inst received a pew and
Vpretty asscortmniit, of
The styles are now and pretty and the
pices will suit Lhe times. (1a11 and
look at thim: they will boar tile closestt
inlepcetion,. and we take pleasure in
ahowing~ them. # ill receive in at few
cays ai i)111 Asortment .of all goods in ou,r
McoMASTER &r BUIPE.
SA~RSAI4RIL~LA wvitha Iodide of Po
-tassa, Livor Pills, Anise soothi'ng
Drops, Extract of Buchhu, Cattle Powders,
Cou1gh Candy, Cherry Pec.toral. Browna's
Conghi Mixture, Arnina Liniment, Es
aenjee of Glng~er, MIixIr of Grindella for
AsthmIia, WVorua LozoIngOs, Htair RtestQrer,
Essejne of Lemon, TFooth Powdors, &e.
These Medicines will comnmend 'them
aelvet to physicians and to ,those persons
who deslire to know what the'y are swatl
Iowing, inoo tbp r.colpe of easI Is p4opp44
DIpon i.ts label,
7on SAIl DT
UNEARTHING THE FRAUDS.
EFFECT OF THE DEVELO1'MENTS
IN THE- 1'OTTER COAJMITTJ.;'.
Secretary Sernian's Guardet Denial
The Original of the Fainus Letci' to
be Produced -Suspicious Circum
stances Colated---Why Parties Ac
cused of Fraude Wero Appointed to
[(Correspondence X'to York t1er<dd. J
WASHINGTON, Juno 2.-The do
volopnents in the Potter committee
on Saturday have been the subject
of eager discussiou here to-day in all
circles. The impression among those
who have become thoroughly in -
formed is that an important advance
was made by Anderson's documents
toward establishing the existence of
a conspiracy among loading Repub
lican politicians in Louisiana to so
manipulate the election there as to
fraudulently give its electoral vote
to the Republican candidates.
Prominent Republicans here do not
conceal, in private conversation,
their feeling that it this can be con..
clusively established it will be a
serious matter, and this whether
any of their visiting statesmen are
involved or not. Further evidence
on this head is, therefore, awaited
with general anxiety. It is a fact
also, that Secretary Sherman's un
cel tam roply as to whether or not he
wrote the letter attributed to him
has loft an unp!easant imp-ession.
People friendly to him, as well as
those opposed, ask why he did not
answer at once, and decidedly, either
yes or no. Some of his friends sug
gest that he wishes to eonmit all
the witnesses the committee may
have to the assertion that ho did write
it, and then prosecute them crimi
nally for perjury. But in that event,
others object, he has weakened his
own case by testifying he is hilnself
uncertain whether he wrote it ornot,
emd at the same time to have coin
mitted himself to doubts as to the
propriety of the letter.
As to the documents tracod to
donator Matthews, they make an
extremely unpleasant impression,
for people recall the notorious facts
that the administration has been
prodigal of oftIe and favorable to
every man conspicuously connected
with the Returning Boards and
prominent in offico in Loisiana and
Florida, and that Secretary Sherman
Geheral G..rfield, Senator Matthews,
and other of the visiting statesmen
fell into an agony of fury about the
trial of Anderson and made haste to
write him foolish asaurances of pro
tection. It has been a stain on the
administration that it favored the
admission of Kellogg to the Senate,
kept Madison Wells in office, gave
Anderson a comfortable place, sent
Stearns, of Florida, to the J ot
Springs and Packard to LiverpooJ,
and took care in other places of a;
multitude of men who were engaged
in the election in ways which made
them suspected and disreputable.
It was said that, though this
was not civil service reform, it was
yet but the usual rewarding of pard,
tisan services;i but in the light of
A.nderson's document regarding the
agreement between him and Nash,
to wvhich other evidence seems to
show that Kellogg, at least, was
privy, and of the correosponce be
tween Mr. Matthews and Andersorn,
this whole bijsiness assumes a more
TLhie documents brought out to-i
day, espec2ially the agreement be
tween Nash, the colored candidate
for Congress, and Anderson, taken
in conection with Anderson's tes,.
timony, have certainly produced a
strong impression not only on
Democrats, but also on many Re
publicans that the .Democrats right.
fplly carried BInst Feliciana and
some other parishes -enough to.
have entitled themn to the electoral
vojte of the State. On this point
Anderson has produced a deep im
pression, and so far the inves tiga'.
Lion has uindoubtpaly, to-day, been,
a mar,ked success for the Democratie
side., and Lhe Republicans will have
difSculty in overcoming that im
This re.sulb Is especially unwel
some to themn,, Zt is ver well un
derstoo4 t.a4 the Reptblioan. do
iat care' bo*' deeply tqvisI,lg
*ates aet ~i the a i4ot on
the exposures w'mla affect only the
Conduct of the visiting statesmen
a'?d th:: adaamin;ritration.
The L("neoc1ats are iturally
elated at the development.s of Sat.
urday and the promise of even more
inportant testimony to come. They
say that now it is shown that the
invostig"tion was proper and neces""
sary, and they very generally add
that now, in the face of Anderson's
tcstimony, they are ready to repeat
that they have no intention to dis,
turb the Presidential title. They
a e satisfied to show to the country.
the electoral frauds and their ro
stilts, and intend no proceedi
ings beyond this,
A RESL UTR iJO1X'S FIGHT.
Killing Two Ti-amps in Self Defence
But Herself Igrtaally Wounded.
RICoON'D, Juno 1.- List night a
plucky young widow living near
Tazewell Court House in this State
defeated two tramp rullians after a
fight which cost all three their lives.
About ten o'clock at night two men
went to the house of Mrs. Becky
Baldwin and asked her to give them
some silver in exchange for notes;
offering seven dollars of the latter
for five dollars of the former. They
soon left, but returned after she
had retired and broke open the door
and entered her bedroom. She
jumped from the bed and told them
to loavo her room. They demanded
her pocketbook, and threatened
violence if she (lid not give it. She
went to her dress, deliberately took
the pocketbook from it, containing
$21, and throw it in the fire. One
of the tramps stooped to get it
out, and she snatched up an axe and
dealt him a terrific blow, knocking
him down, quickly following with
other blows, dashing his brains out
on the hearthstone. The second
tramp then drew a dirk knife,
rushed at her, and stabbed her
tvice in the left breast. She dealt
him a fearful blow with the axe,
nearly severing his right arm near
the shoulder. The miscreant then
fled, leaving a trail of blood.
behind him. His dead body was
fo.nud this morning two miles fron%
t:w place. A young white man came
by this morning and found Mrs.
Baldwin dying. She told her story,
and died two hours afterwards. The
dead bodies of the tramps were
thrown in a hog- pen, so great was
the indignation of the people in the
vicinity. There were no papers
upon them by which they could be
FROZEN TO DLEA'i.-A miner in
the Black Hills writing to a friend
in this city, tells of a horrible
reminder of the fearful snow stormne
of last winter and of the perils of
those who were caught out and
lost their way on the plains. lie
says that recently. while he and two
other wern crossing the country,
they came upon the skeleton of a
horse within which was the skeleton
of a man, with the grinning skull _'
looking out at them from betweeit
the ribs of the animal, like a
prisoner peering through the bars
of his cell. The two skeletons told
the whole story. The man had <
liilled his horse, cut him open, and
crawled inside of him, thinking to
thus escape perishing of cold, but
the flesh of the animal froze solid
and the man was as much a prison
er as if he had beeni shut in by
walls of iron, The wolves and
carrion birds had strippod tle
greater part of the Ilosh from both
skeletons. The miner concludes
his description by saying : '-It was
a sight I shall never forgot. I can
seo it now whenever I close my
eyes."- Virginia City .lCnterprise.
How TO FIsu FOR MEN.-At thQ
Newv York Press 0lub reception on
Thursday night, Rev. T. De Witt
'%.n old fisherman on~ce told mne the ~
reason sQ few sinners were convert"
ed lay in the mainner in whieb the
ministers angled for them. 'When
I go to catch fish,' remarked the
disciple of WValton, 'I uise a delicate
pole, an almost invisible line a hook
of the most artiistic wQrkmnanship~
and at the end~ of all a tempting.'
bait, which I softly drop into the
stream ; but when you preacher's
start out you take for a polo a
weaver's beam, to which yon 'fastati
a cart rope, with a potehoolkat tacbed '
and a snappiig turtle for a ube
This you throw into the wt
with a splash and e;olaink, *'t1 % ''
be 4a*gnedJ . > ..
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