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T1IK .H: ws IN ui ss l.t.
Kopi ? sen I;il lv< s <>l n Persecuted Knee Who
Are tinted ami 11 uni i-i! tty Iii? People.
When a Hussion soca tkrco uicu with
gauut fncos. long priestly couta dangling
at their heola and a lock of huir hanging
over cadi cur, ho says, "Moro govern
ment spies. " Those Poliah Jows should
not he confounded with the thrifty Jews
of America. They uro another class of
people. Their features, their manners,
tho cut of their hair, and thc fashion of
their clothing are diflerent from what
one is accustomed to see in Now York.
Tho number of blondes among them is
surprisingly large. They seldom travel
alone, but Ul companies roam tho plains
of Kassia and Poland, ever talking,
ever restless; watohed, feared and huted;
and they in turn ever watching, over
hating, are never afraid, yet distrust
ever lurks in their linely chiseled faces.
Thc general opinion expressed by thc
Russians is that while Polish Jews are
spies by nature, they have remarkable
giftii for business, and that when one of
them is so fortunato as to get a consider
able sum of money and embark in w heat
Speculations, ho speedily grows rich,
gathers his clannish frionds about him,
forms a colossal combination, through
which, if not prevented by oppression
or legalized conspiracy on thc part ol
his jealous neighbors, ho in time is able
to control the business of his neighbor
hood. lt is not until one has seen these
Polish Jews, watched their strangely ex
pressive faces and studied their peculiar
character that ho appreciates that they
are direct descendants of tho Jews of
history, w ho for ages suffered unspeak
able outages. The wrongs described by
historians ure plainly waitlcn in their
faces, and as they glide noiselessly along
thc street, with restless, Jesuitical coun
tenances, one feels suspicious in spite of
himself. Mony of these people aro un
doubtedly obnoxious. i have seen a
weary woman struggle through thc
crowd at a railway station to get water
for her little ones, w hen a pricstly-look
iug dervish snatched thc cup from hoi
and drank tho with manners of a boast.
Why these yellow haired wanderers al
ways travel ni squads of three noone ex
plains. They swarm tho country. Thc
cruelties of e. nt uric- have given them n
ferocious, hunted look and made them
as brutal as animals, yet their intolh i
lifts them above their oppressors, wilt
call thom "spies."
\ Murderer** Awful Dreams.
Edward Unger, who was sent lo Stni
Sing for life for tho murder of Angus
Holde, whose body ho cut up and shippet
in a trunk to Baltimore, is now in the hos
pital of tho prison, a sufferer from norvou
prostration. His physical strength be for
his trial was grout, and his steadiness o
nerve in court w as surprising; bm ins tam
inn is all gone, nut! he has become ti misera
ble cowering wreck, On the first mm mm
in tho prison he told a keeper that ito lint
been visite-.! during tho uight by his dis
mom bored victim, w ho had proceeded ti
reconstruct himself hi ihcterriilcd prisoner'*,
presence. < >f this dream ho could net ht
disabused. Lie seemed lo believe tt wa>
realily. ISvery night i' came lo him, and
at thc end of a week Ito was much broken
down. In tho hospital il iias bien lia
some with him. except when he is kepi
very .soundly asleep under narcotic inllu
ance. Ile dreams that the mangled -pieces
of Ids friend aro strewn (thou! tho room,
whore they lio a while Inanimately, ns they
did before lu packed thc hedy in tho trunk
and Ihrew thc ia ad Into thc river. Then
tho fragments begin to quiver. Soon they
move slowly toward each other, until Uley
arc in a heap. Nevi, they adjust them
selves into a human lorin. But thc head
is missing. At length thal, loo, comet
hilo the room, with its hair dripping will
the water of thc liver in which il has lain
With a horrible smile Oil ils face, it place:
iiself on tho shoulders of the figure, am
menaces thc murderer. .Unger shrieks on
al this point, and the apparition viinishc:
from bis imagination, All efforts hnv<
failed to cure him Ol' these visions, and lin
prison physician advises Ids removal to UK
State Asylum for lunatic criminals.
Governor TlionipNon nml lim Kunnin,: Dritlc,
Assistant Secretary Thompson of Hu
Treasury Department is said lo bo un ex
perl in reviving swooning persons, but no!
Until last week did ho have an opportunity
to dis]-lay bis skill ill that line for tho bene
lit of his olllcitll associates. A party ol
New England excursionists were passing
through tho department, among them be
p?g n newly married couple. In cotise
quenco of OVCr-CXOl'lion or the poor san I
tary condition of ibo treasury, the younj
bride fell in a faint immediately in front o
Governor Thompson's ofllco.
Hearing thc commotion in thc corridor
Governor Thompson opened his door, and
taking in tho Situation nt n glance, dircctei
thal tho fnintiug lad}' bo laid upon thc soft
in his room. Thc young husband was al
most frantic, and. with utter disregard foi
thc presence of strangers, ho endeavored t<
restore his w i fe to consciousness hy press
ing her lo his bos un and caressing her OX
Iravaganlly, Governor Thompson sug
gested his infallible remedy of stretching
tho patient upon her back, with her lie u
downward, SO ns to alloc- thc blood lo cir
ciliate to tho brain, Tho young husband
at iirst remonstrated against what seemed
to him to he treatment loo heroic for hi>
belter hali, but lld tinnily consented, am
in a few minutes thc young hid}' was rc
stored ami tito happy couple rejoined theil
frionds and continued their sigllt-SCCing OX
Governor Thompson says ho obtained ?iii
experience in fainting ca-es from old Dr,
Geiger, of Columbia, s. c. Tho doctoi
was called upon (o administer to a Indy
who had fainted. Upon his arrival lu
found the pat il nt Stretched OUt upon a .ol;
with a high pillow under her head. Tin
doctor's iirst Instructions were to "tnk<
that pillow from maier her head, place tm
family Bible under her heels und she will
bc all right in a minute." Gov. Thomp
son never forgo! this remedy, anil he has
practiced ii repeatedly wlthgreni success.
jB?itimore Su n.
Thrashing a Ghoul at Midnight.
A night or two ago a gentleman living
near Spurkill had occasion at a late
hour to cross tho stone bridgo ovor the
Hparkill creek, whon ho encountered the
ghostly object which was on its nightly
round to frighten people. The man
picked up a good-sized stone and hurled
it at tho object, striking him a pretty
hard blow. The spook became angered
and clinched witli tho man. The gentle
man proved tOO muscular, however, for
tho spectre and grasped it by tho Ihr mt.
Tho ghost, in a human voice, bogged foi
mercy. The Spurkill gentleman re
lented, and, after discovering thc identi
ty of tho person who had lu cn person
ating a ghost, promised to let him go
and not make known hisf name on con
dition that ho give up tho spook busi
ness. Tho ono who has.-personated tho
fhosl and caused tho worst scaro ovor
nowu in tho lower part of tho county is
u man well known in Piedmont and
Hpnrkill, but tho man who discovered
his identity sticks faithfully to his
premiso not to rovcal it.-Nyack (N. Y.)
Special to tho Now York Times.
A young poetess says she "told lier secret
to thc sweet, wild roses." She was vety
Imprudent. When the sweet, wild roses
"blow" she w ill wish she hod kept tho se
cret to herself.
UHNtCHAL ?KWH KOTK8.
Hein? ol lu terr ?I (lathered from Ynrlouw
A conflagration in Clarksvillo, Tenn.,
caused a loss ol $200,000.
Montgomery lois postponed lier Inti ?
Slate drill until .May, lBtfti.
Tlio prohibition amendment in Michigan
is surely defeated hy about 5.000.
Qcuornl Logan's novel, ''The Volunteer
Soldier," will lie published early in May.
Colonel Ingersoll is to write his religious
Impressions of Dr. McQlynu's theology,
Ilygola Hotel, Virgtu, sold for $802,500.
ii was bought hy Mrs. Phoebus.
Tlie work of evicting delinquent tenants
will begin OU bord Lansdowne'* estate on
Prince Alexander of Dattenberg has
again declined to bc rc-clvclcd as ruler of
There is no apparent chango tn thc situa
lion of the cotton handlers' strike in Mew
( > ricans.
Tho Texas Legislature has adopted rt so
lutions expressing sympathy willi the peo
ple of Ireland.
A Legislative committee has hceu ap
pointed to meet a committee of tlie foreign
bondholders of Virginia.
Delegates representing 13,000 Welsh
miners met at Rhonda ana adopted a reso
lution denouncing tlie Irish coercion hill.
.Vt Memphis, Tina., on Sunday, nine
persons wen- seriously hut liol fatally pol
soncd hy eating leo cream at a dinner parly,
Tho Secretary <>f the Inter state Com
merce Commission will receive $8,500 pei
Bon Perley Poore's "Reminiscences,'
quoted all over two continents, have notice1
thal author but $2,500.
? Ix President Jcffcrsou I lavis will proba
bly deliver au address before tho \\ llliaui
Jewell Colloge, Kansas City, Mo.
Accord lug to Congressman Townsend
Sunset Cox will bo tho next ehairmun o
tho ways and means committee.
Col. George Johustono, charged with du
, murder of -lohn 1>. .Iones at Newberry, hu
been admitted to ball in tho sum of si ,500
Secretary Whitney lias decided to pus!
U) completion the work on thc cruisers At
, fuita, Boston and Chicago.
. President Cleveland is said lo bo Slivlllj
, Mireo-tlfths of his salary for use winn th
r ?ny day of the proven dawns.
> . The w holesale boot and shoo house of S
1?. Brickhouse A: Co., Norfolk, Vu., hu
^signed. Liabilities $1)0,000; assets ahoy
i hat amount.
A large tract ol' Mississippi pine lands
? comprising about 80,000 acres, hos heel
1 purchased by a party of Michigan capital
Four thousand emigrants were slurtci
" We8t from (asile Qm dell, New York. Snr.
2 dav. being accumulation of arrivals stnci
The prevailing drought in Texas, nddet
10 the results of last year's drought, is cami
j hi j tIto Legislature to consider the SUSpcU
. .sion <>:' tax collections.
) Plans have been perfected for con neel hi]
- the Norfolk and western with thc Louta
rillc and Nashville railroad lines. This i
i s nd lo be n big Hiing for Norfolk,
(bergo Westinghouse adds another $10
out of his own pocket to i lie death bellell
of slim paid by tho Westinghouse Ai
Brake Company (employes' Belief Society
Tho llrsl day's canvass for fluids to liol
nu interstate drill ia Montgomery, Ala.
hi .lune resulted in tho raising of * i 0,001
Tho wdiolo amount to l>c raised Is $20,00
i Senator Palmer, of Michigan, is goinj
. lo '.mister up his boom nv buildllUj I hill
for tho G. A. ll. posts of Detroit to usc.
Tho Secretary of tho Navy has Invll
I sealed proposals from shipbuilders of iii
J I lilted Stales for building live new wi
A bill was passed by thc Sen.ile ol Pei i
? sylvania providing ?hat punishment fi
murder In the lirsl (logreo may be death i
tho use ot eleetricity.
.Major Kdwards, who wauls to bc May
. of Pargo, Dak., is one of tho llCUVlo
. statesmen in die country. I Io tips the beat
nt 887 pounds.
?Ix l.'nited Stales Treasurer .Ionian, wll
11 issed llie ocean willi ex Secretary Mai
ting, passes most of his limo with the la
. ;..!. at Bournemouth,
Mrs. Lam a-has finally returned from In
: viii :<> Georgia, und lue Secretary of il
' interior eau again be approached by calle
wi o left their revolvers al home.
John G. Saxe's later lifo derived noni
' ditional sweetness from tho facl Hud I
once received $5,000 per year Cor writll
. ??a: poem a week for the Now York hedge
Tho dwelling of Mr. K. J. Moody, s
j miles above Marion, was harned .Monda
while- Mr. Moody and his soil were both
.Marion. Loss about $3,000; Insurant
' said lo be $2,000.
j Tho United States grand jury in S.
. Francisco, Cal., has returned forty indi?
ments of conspiracy and perjury again
" land swindlers, including several Kider
On account of tho report that negro mi
tary companies will Ito admitted to tho ii
donal drill, it is probable that the Caph
f Light Guards, oi Jackson, will wilburn
I from the drill.
Arthur Sullivan, a young New Yo
I book-keeper, who was arrested for steal it
1 church property from St. Stephen's Chun
i on March 18, pleaded guilty, and was sc
I tonccd to six years in tho Stale prison.
One of the most inunilieent recent git
to churches is thal of tho Rockafell
brothers, John D. and William--$75.0
in all-to the Tabernacle Baptist Church
.Vi w York.
There ls A "reliable" rumor from the n
, donal capital to tho effect that ex Senat
. Maheno Is lo succeed tho unsophlstical
( Jones as * chairman of the Republican i
. ti. tal committee.
Lord Randolph Churchill says Hint l
. resignation resulted in tho direct saving
11,400,000, while Opp08illg tin- scandaio
WOStO of public money in the War and A
milnliy Di partmonls.
The Swiss government has resolved
vigorously agalust the Socialists ai
Anarchists, whose recent activity isthoug
to 1)0 cale iilated to disturb the peace of t
Fire in the dry goods and notion hon
of Krankel Bros. on Gay street, Baltimoi
? damaged $8,000 of stock, fully covered
Insurance, The building was dumag
V i ?000, Insured,
Hoary Lower A Son, ol Philadclph;
manufacturing chemists, have failed. Li
I".lilies are estimated al half a million. 2
est?malo of tho assets eua bo obtainc
CatlSC-100 much teal estate.
Tho Prohibitionists carried tho clCOtii
In Rankin county, .Miss. This shuts o
lite whisky men of Jackson, wdio Intcndc
If (lankin county went against prohibido
to establish themselves in that county
tho vicinity of Jackson.
J. J. Comoilson has been arrested ni
placed il) jail at .Mount Sterling, Ky.,
serve out a liuee years' sentence for havi
horsewhipped Judge Reid, who sub:
qm iitly committed suicide.
Relit hunters have stolen Tom Deli
I rei 'S silk umbri Ila, gold cane and dl&mOi
scarf pins and fears ?ne now entertain
thal liiey will also steal his bead foi a au
Charles de Lesseps, evidently Hie son
his father, tells a New Orleons reporter tl:
everything is propresslng finely on the Pu
ama ('anal and that the canal Itself will
open lor navigation licforo 1800.
An Immense mass meeting has lu i ti he
in the Philadelphia Academy of Music f
thc purpose of protesting against tho, pro
posed coercive legislation i>v tue Tory GOV
crantent or (heat Britain. Fully ft.uoo
people were present.
Tho Secretary of tho Navy hos grouted
authority lo proceed tuimcdlntoly wllh re
pairs to tho Osslppco, fouud to bo necessary
by Ibo Board Of Survey. Thc vessol is HOW
lying nt tho Norfolk Navy Yard.
Doyle, tho luviucible, has been released
on a ticket of leave. He complains bitterly
of the treatment ho received while lu con
Gnomont, and alleged that thc prison au
thorities single OUt Irish convict'; it r cspc
"Govornor elcct Mollett, of Ibo Stale ot
Dakato," denies that hts bailiwick has atty
tutoutton of going to war with Ute com dry,
and adds that it w ill walt lo he admitted to
the Union until it can come in through Un
Thc Supreme Court ?d' Mississippi has
affirmed thO decision of the love r cunt,
awarding I'. c. Thompson, of Knoxville,
Miss.. $15,000 on account ol lujuries rc
eelved tu an accident ott Ibo Louisville,
New Orleans ami Texas Railroad.
Air. Sidney Bartlett, oin-of 1! iston's bl |
known lawyers, is ss years old, yd Ids
bodily strength ls little Impair !. und Ito ls
i s titi never to have exhibited greater intel
lectual vigor than lu un important cuso
which ho reeenlly COlldtU led.
Local optionlsts nt Staunton, Va., Rave
notice that they would ' ont? st thc i olio i
of last Tuesday, on thc ground lhal thc
tickets of tho "wets" were not primed on
w hilo paper. Thc i aper isof tt light cream
c ?1 tr.
William nhd Joseph Wa toed, br - leis,
led an altercation itt their home lear
Springfield, 111., Thursday, over a an .
wilburn shot Joseph, I oak a ? his arm. He
theil wcnl to th? io m mid shot hims ll
through the lu ul.
A heavy landslide- occurred ul Mon I ti
Curio; Immense masses ol rock mid earth
siid down and now ciitlrc h bl .th rail
way and carriage road. A trahi Iud ticil
v.Ith tourists hatl just passi !.
Lato reports I rom South America and
tho Isthmus furnish no support i iii"
story telegraphed Inst week from Kl
Texas, that cholera hail made ii^ way
northward as far.. i Paustmn.
Tho election tit MhmcupoJi! ivas a vi lory
for thc ih m. ca:-, who elected len Aldi r
1 i ii lo (he Kophi I . : * ell Vc :. THO
Council .stands IU Del loci tut li lt
I a: M ?cans. For tho llrsl tine: in ye rs thc
I loiiu erais are i<? powt r.
Tho new Council ol Milwaukee, Wis.',
\\ i ; stand lie:.uhlicee. 10, Dc-lnocrnh Ul,
I ahur ?. Thirty-two < iti- ..?' thc s
elected Mayor- as follows: Thlrloi i Itu
publicans, Cloven Democrats, lb co Labor,
f Or citizens ntid one Independent.
d'en. Thomas W. Con> ny, I eoretary ot
the Slate Tempcraiicu L< igue, "'. Nev.
Verk, and organizer <i thc i imp?iimec
Association of New York died siul'Unly
returning from tho Baptist Mi dont burt li,
near ll .st New Vork, from bosirt etti ?e.
Thc Sui Autonio and BelUnap Kill Cf
travo changed their minds regal di LT theil
withdrawal from thc N ut lonni tl li ul
Washington next mont i. The,> woo ns
s ired that if negro con pani did nt um!
tho drill, they would crtmp und I iii llvi
l-'lro broke out Thut'RiluV io d fl vi il rj
building lu Kssex ireeb New Vork. ? ....'?
Were 120 people ju the buildb
lives of all wen- llircnti .?. .1. ]?'..?? i , <?- ' . ri
mude hy jumping from wi dows .. 1 hj
Uro escapes. Nineteen people were
Dr. Lewis Swift, ot :i;.- Walbor Oh? r
vanny, announces the renewal of tito War
n rc linet prize o? sion foi cadi inn x? i
e ii it i discovered dm lng thc v
Man h Ul, qhuiii . i.i '.?0 ?0 moni .
lind med:.!- lui hi . ii nw riled
The total redemption of tnt lo itu
according to the latest returns, uni ii > ;.
r".'?,o'??,7?k'i The redemption . tdowj ai
i. dientes that there aie few cr ol til ?< i ?
bi existence than was ni jlrsi siippot-c i. I
i. now ihOughi thal thc n ue n ?.. a liol
will not cxet ed six or sc-voti milli, i 'dollin
Herr Must's wife, iii" prep y brunet!
who was thc liist to kiss ibo llb ruted ' .
nivhlst tho other tiny, '. -..id lo hi pud)
j. .-dons because nil the other A
dory of indi. ideal be!.-i< til! tis il lise
About un Inch ol! snow fell .! Au, lu
Wisconsin, Tuesday > .. t, h . ft o
v i eh i. covet ed witlt ti I ty rr ?
whlfo which (?ce) i is lo ho dui ' ,
That whole sect on i :' c 'iud ry . i fur a
heard frbbi ls covered with tctno ye
lowish snow. U is a strm oj Itenpmoiioti
At Edgar Thompson's sti I
Braddocks, Pa., hctitcd stool had ! Ol
dumped in a portabh Ink preparan
p airing it Into Ingol lin ml
liquid metal exploded (iud > teri 1 in n
(livections, five pitmen were frightful!
1..::ncd, hut il ls hoped Hey lire ; i la ill)
A large quantity of dynamite, used fe
bin ting, ural stored in u frame sh my
the outskirts of Heading, Pu., o.xphidi
Monday, Andrew haiti hid holli leg
blown off and Will dh . Tv> ri other Ituliaii
were fearfully injure?!, om :. ivhi Ids .
torn 01)011. Samuel Wei .. was also badi
The President reappointed thc pr
Government members of tho Union Pacill
Diroctory, whoso terms have expired:
R. Comfort, of Now Vork; Franklin Mi
Ncngh, of Chicago; Alexundi r Haskell.. <
Columbia; Marens A. Ifnm ... ol develin!
a al .hunes W. Savage, m Omaha.
families of ll. W. Milch ll und ol tb
Ccolbuiigh, who isa sister ol Mrs Mitchel
and has three children, one an luf.ii I, wei
pillioned with tho exception ol tin Infun
ii' Boston ii is thought bj . il bi ; pork <
(.inned limn beans. Fatal i mils, lil ii
ever, are not at presold uuticipn ? :
Tin-trial of Cook county llb. bi
i- .-et for next Wednesday In tho crlmlm
c ?url before Judge Tuloy, hut ll ?sai isi li
pf considerable speculation ns lo wlietlu
tho trial will begin oi Unit dato. The St d
ls n ady, bul lhere ls doubl a l ? *\.c i.'
tho d?tense wid lui prepared t-> go i i tiln
Gonornl Mahono, accord!oe lo thc No
folk Virginian, notwlthstutidlng thc fm
tliilt his Senatorial robes are ol?, rcloil
possession of tho room of tho Bi nate < ii
m?tico on laddie buildings and grounds 1
Uni Capitol, und has ty po-writers at ivor
Ibero doing a largo amount of corresponi
onco relating to tho campaign In \'i. lui
While workmen v. ere OXCttVntlng for th
walls of the Kennedy building, in Wei
Water street, Syracuse, N. Y , h cav? I
OCCUrrctl, burying lour men. Une was n
moved, after ii lap-o of l? minutes, desi
Tho other three wen-talo n out alive au
seriously hurl, but iheir Injuries ate nt
The District of Columbia Supremo Cou:
h... refused the rellof asked ?<>r In th . <.,...
of .Morris S. .Miller against lin- Civil Sei
vii ??_. i J. mi mission brought before ibo Gout
upon petition <>f right, in which thc pet
Holier complained of tho nets of tho Con
mission and asked lo havothc civil s rvli
law declared unconstitutional.
QUCOD Marguerita, of haly, took p ty o
tho reporters who were puzzling ov r th
toilets ata recent Court hall ni Romo, an
dictated to them a description of thu bani
sonnst drcsSOS. She wound up willi tho ii
juoflon not lo forget lu r necklace of pt nj ls
saylmr. "for these arc tho Ulinga that espi
dally interest your Indy li nders. "
At Hngarstown, Md., a burglar wu
caught hy It, M. Hays, editor ol tho Olola
in Iiis stationery sion;. He was mux
Bowser, and had been in .Mr. j lays' cn
ploy ten years, He drew a revolver an
shot himself through the head win n ault
moued to surrender, and was not shot I?
Mr. Hays, who fired at him.
Tho Right of thc Fr?lich Chambers has
. ssued o protest against the exclusion of
that party from repr?sentai lon In the Bud
get Committee. The ohorgo is made that
members ot tia- (light nre exchuleil from
tho comniittoo because Hie Republicans arr
desirous of concealing thc fact thal they
have been squandering national moneys.
.Mme Bernhardt recently outortQlucd tho
humorist, Marshall Wilder, al lunch. She
ts fivo feet six luches high ami about six
iuchC8 wide, and he is about two feet wide
ami. Ihreo foot high. They talked French
sad English to each other's entire bewilder
ment, lint 'bey a'e in the same language
and parted iii'ads li is even said that
.Mr. Wilder made Mme. bernhardt laugh.
lohn Most, ex-convict and apostle of an
archy, had i reception in Cooper Union,
Now York. 1: was the largest Anarchist
meeting ever held in thal city, the hall
lg pocked. The majority present were
not Anarchists, but Socialists, and many
v ero d re mi n ly tait of curiosity. A large
squad ol' p. i n'in citizens' clothes, were
.Mr. Pulitzer pronounces the story that
ia1 has cm plo Vi ll a di teethe to act as ? body
guard, "au invention ol' tay friend. Mr.
Daua." Ho further soys: "ff Ira Sheeter
uns lo <io thc threatened killing I trust
:. . hi will materialize soon, as I tun eon
tempi ttblg a little trip next month anti tlo
not ca e lo have open and unsettled ac
Places of workmen al .Innes A* Laugh
lin's lr ti odd. Pittsburg, Pa., who struck
a few days ugo, have bren lided by new
men. Tho locked out workmen mado op*
plications lo be organized into an assembly
. I Knights of Labor, but were refused on
account of being on a strike. They de
i :;:..!: 1 aa ad Vallee ill Wages from (Jil 515 to
! .V) prr th y.
CV ?, ii i W. il. Marlin, who will succeed
Senat? i ol cl Bongan lu Ibo House, is a ?tall
?uni lida : a rail. He wears long hair ami
hus a tun ?n h;- chin, and a mustache
His vol o is h *.al and his gestures are awk
ward, Iii-; trousers never lit him and he
wears II butternut-colored shirt. Ho has
vi i all his lib' ia Hie pinowoods of eastern
Texas ?ind has promised to he tho same Hill
Martin in Washington that he is al home.
'Vi-.-. re< ? et attacks on the Czar of Russia
Imvi < un d that potentate t<> hate cvery
in ibo shape of democracy. Helias
replied I du French Ambassador's invita
i . io ?oin in ?de French Exhibition of
i (ii ; ting ! . give encouragement to n
lr ion oi iinized in honor of a sue*
ful i .'elution, mid adding thal he
would ito! allow Ills subjects to take any
pall hi ut h fm affair either.
Peter R. Morrissey, ex-incmbcr of th?'
? . house of ihc Mindt ?ital Assembly of
. Lou ld, nud 1 un of the judges of olee
: a ie Mia* city la t November, win? ins
i on ia fore tho United States Cir
cull Court for three ?lays pasi for fruudu
I ally registering voters and witli receiving
. I? ii \<>t.s while ociihg ns judge of dec
, Wits found guilty of tho latter charge.
In Wayne, Mich., Circuit Court Judge
.i nub n gave his decision on tho contest
ol the will of tho late Francis Palms bo
; .' uo.oOO to lils two children
ll ho h i hy thom lu trust for their chil
li on. Thc if len tl I y foulest was begun lo
I ti leg 1 decision on Hie will, in his
! . Judge J en ii ison holds Hint the
upai isl controlling fortunes
. i . ; . ive from generation to genera
Thc coal miners in Ibo Jcllico region of
j Kentucky have gone nul on ri Strike, and
i . ti ' incipience Konscc, Would ridge,
l'1 11 e, Standard mid oilier minos
! dui vii. with m? prot-'|Kcl of open
; i up b i tome months. There aro OlioUt
! ?0? tuen employed ia Hie mines. Thc
', . I lim hi, ike ; ? 'he refusal upon the
' 'i moo l- a ii a v. arly con: rael
ii.im t i agree not to strike for
Igin of tia- ? xpression "mending
, Ith fences," us used Iii liioderii politics, is
lu i buted to John Sherman, While Beere
tho frons ry ho visited his homo ut
; dv... followed by a boat of
j irre ;. adonis, ono of whom boldly asked
i .?. Si co wir ' he was doing in Mans
I i' i. ppcucd thal on thal day Sher
il I eon rand w itli a man to repair
I soiim fences on his place, so he told Hu- re
el thal ir- had eotae lo Mansfield to
rbis fences. Thus originated an
ion which iris had wide usc in polll
! . .i .'ind has Oven found ils way into
I tue il: iii - ii House ot Parliament.
? The uto John Roach loved to toll that it
1 Un ugh Ids connection with tho Navy
rina ni tia- government iii it he be
.widely known. Ile used t<> lake
uro in recounting his llrst Interview
.. i ? Iden! Lincoln, which was also
; beginning ? f Ids labors for the govern
When Roach brought a letter of bi
ll incl lon, Mr. Lincoln inquired: "What
d , von wa tit?" ''Nothing, 1 answered Mr.
I I vouch: "bul I thought you might want
Hiiui ol mc." "So i ?I?*." rcpiii ,1 tho
! , r? ld? ni, "And If you have brains
I? nigh to build engines that will make a
. rust enough lo catch up willi ihoso
?el .< 'V. you have him and now you
j dont s Hint are cutting our merchant vessels
' .\ xi cnn go homo and make mo
j Ihreo pairs of them."
I.nie P.pUorie ol MK* bul vu donut*..
Several days ago a parly of Salvationists
il it ii.? umlxaU upon Hiern to visit
: c, Consequently they proceeded to
1 Ihc In usc of Mr. Fr..uk Beattie, who hus
en III 1 iroverayear, and in consequence
ls nervous nnd excitable. Davine
I admission into tho house thoy were
a o : j H i oso in attendance upon the tick
man who had sent them, since they carno
wholly uninvited by Hie members of tho
.ly. Thoy replied thai ii was by tho
order of C iptnln \ odor that they had come
j lo miali Irate unto ti,,' gJck, Captain Voder
! unknown lo lliosu present until (hoy
told thal slie was tho loader of tho
.a n Anny. The party wet?: prompt
ly told (hat Hair ministrations were nol
uocded nor wanted, and thal they should
HVe. Tin y (11(1 not leave, however, nor
did the; until tho bod ridden mau him
I f?avi them to undorsUiud Hutt ho did
nol wish to ho inmboiirinod into heaven,
aral told Hain to dip,...; Hail he was II
H ember <>f a church, and hail tho "bread
of life" tinily' administered lo him by his
.r, whoso administrations were sufll
eleni. No tambourina music was heard in
ilia) house, for al (ho S?CK man's command
they Mi.-Charlotte Obtener.
( itt- name i.nw.
Tho folk wing extract from the Genend
Mutes Is ol Interest lo sportsmen: "It
shall not be lawful for any person in this
ito, between tho first day of April and
LllO In i day of November, In any year
hereafter, to catch, kill or injure, or to
ptirsilO With Bitch intent, or to fell, or OX DOBO
for Side any wild turkey, partridge, dove,
iVOOth ' Ck, or pheasant; and any person or
pi i HIS lound gullly thorcof shall bo lined
in ; less limn ton dollars, <>r ho Imprisoned
II t less than lon days, which line, if i m
posed, : had go one-half to tho Informer
and thc other one half thereof to the school
fund of tho county wherein thc oliente
"A Perfect l-'l<i?il orhunOiliin"
\\ ill lill Hie heart of every suffering
womaii il she will only persist in (he USO of
Dr. Lillie's "Favorite Prescription." It
will cure the most excruciating pian died
pains, and relieve you of all irregularities
nod rive healthy .action, it will positively
euro Internal Inflammation anti ulceration,
misplacement and all kindred disorders.
Price reduced to onodollar. By druggists.
Crave Injustice- Tho eulogistic inscrip
tion upon tho avorago tombstone
Alwoy8 give the devil his adieu.
Oval-shaped potatoes ara the best.
A bole in your income A 1 N '
Haid persons should bo eh ai lu udid.
An oxchequci-A retire ! baggage
How to make a tall man short-Keb him
of his pur to.
"Even a dark lank rn hes Its bright sldi
quoth witty Boland.
Repeated earthquakes have oeeuri
The carpenters' ."-trike ls '.il. :.i progl'i .
The Atlanta lillies ll IVO withdrawn fr.
the national drill.
Insurance companies aro deoliulrjf! I hlci
go risks for lear of ibo Ail nobb l?.
The butternut is n vorydurahlo wood
and excellent titulier for lenco posts.
You cannot jump over a mountain, !v?ii
step by step ! ikea you to Ibo other side.
A man is not a man when he turns i..." u
Why ls Hm how of a bool Uki sulphuric
acid? Because it cuts water.
The Lomax lillies ol Mel lo wi;l m '?
Withdraw Irma the national drill.
lt is a fact known by etd fnnncri ; .?
March colds never hurl frull ni.. stubb
Thc jackas') would not hide ii ??. u ii ho
could. He thinks thoy look well ?.
Holli of tho military compile! K of i n
Antonio, Texas, have willldruWJ
The coruor-sloiio of Ibo now eily hall ol
Klchm nd, Vn , tvus ' . Ith In .
At Staunton. Va., the local optli
lion resulted in a majority ol' D.? foi I let i
in n total vote ot 1. Hi?.
A poetess sings, "] have found it
silence ls." Her friends, il is underwood,
aro not so fortunato.
There mo said lo be OS variotl? of si .
in tho world-not counting Wall Street
Widows may set Ihelr caps more'than
widower-, but ttglU'03 sin.'.
bag tho game.
Hy a singular dispensation of Prov Idenc
a lim?! cannot be heard any furl'ie '.iian n
gun will cai ry.
Ho that b. familiar willi curtain lot
may not advocate stage eJT/.'Cls, hut 1 1
ci r lat lt ty in favor of Ibo drop ear.. .
Thc German press warmly np|
thc new Ittdiiiu Cabinet, which they say
will bu favorable to thc ti ipi IlllitlUCC.
An extensive strike of stoiio masons and
Ibolr laborer.-, alni mortar mixers hi ibo
vicinity of Uoston has be n ?un iguri:
It bas been computed Ibid tho Ut. .?
speaking population of tho world wi
hundred yeats nuniecr from eight Ired
to one thousand million .
Pearl necklaces are doun po < heat tl
year that a line eic ian ht! IrOUgilt for ".'
ii.i;>. livery lb lng seems lo fa\ n
What is Ibo ililfcri nco liol ween 1
tramp and ii featherbed? Tinro
rial dllferonce. One la bard up anti tin
other soft down.
Tho Secretary of tho Tn rsury hm tl
cldcd Unit tho national deposit01! -
rcipilred lo redeem iradi dollar: Undi r Hit
recent tu t.
Coal shaft No. Coi Qi kal wo, loy h, v
totally destroyed hy lire, sup rim
Story was badly humed, bat tho ; ih
ca pet I mila jut id.
Who was lill) IllCiSt SUCCCSSflll ii: Ul ICU: i
mentioned in tho Old Testami it?
because he successfully iloaied 11
company when all Ibo rcsl of ibo
was in liquidation.
Two hiiudred laborer nt Iii
iron Works of .lone- & Laughlin, Pin
burg, struck for au advance in w...,> > . I 1
cents per day.
A south-hound ptifotiger I mill 1 th?
Mtdiile and Ohio ralbi ry was wrcci
Carroll Biatlon, eight miles from jaekso
T> un. No one was Injun I,
The steamer Brcctor arrlvi 1 ?tl St. .lo ms,
N. P., from Ibo icc Heids with lii.OOOi
und Illings no nowsconllrining the
bl tho loss of tho sealing steamer Un
Thc Virginia llouso lins passed 1 hill
granting a charier to Hie Charle lon, I ii
chianti and Chicago railroad, The bill
goes to the Cow i ie ir.
Tho sicamor Spoken, with 8-1 ; ? <
capsized On tho Couer i.VAlcnU rivet Di
got!, Tuesday. Five na n tire ;
Strasburg papers report further .
skins of French sympathizers, Tin
i ne of houses for coinpioml ie doi
is abo being inoro rigoroU ... | ttl I,
Chevalier Sch lin I ron 'Pavera 1MS del
orod lo President cleveland lib cretli
as minister from Austria Ililli
A register clerk In thc general pi di Uh .
of Chicago, win? recently confessed to a
theft of about $20,000, and who u
leased on ??iv,."ino bail, lins gone lo Canada.
A boy in Pittsburg has sw.d! iwcdall
momctcr, anti ila: doctors ate unable to ; < I
il out. If he can wait till .lane tin- in, .
cory will run so high ilia! thc Instrument
will como soaring out ol ids mouth,
What n poetess particularly refers 1 -
"warm paleness"^ almost Identical billi
the hue of Ibo man's face who Sim ?
wildly on the perilous edgo of a I
peel, reclining at length on tho sidewalk,
and is loo pious to swear.
Charles M. Owens. Isaiah Waters, John
Brandon, .lohn ll. San ncr and Willful 1
Hirne, judge and clerks of election in thc
iii-t wanl of Bait!moro, tried i"i < 1
lng to defraud nt thc last municipal ole?
lion, were convicted. Notice ol tppi
"1 know why the doctor biotlghl iii .1
little baby." Bald o llvo-yenr-old lin othei
day to ber happy mother. 'And why did
thc tloetor hiing thc baby : ' was 11
"'Causo it cries so much he did not wau!
to keep it himself," wi s (la: lvp!\.
VII Illili.ITITI l\out liri.
CHICAGO, April <i.-A special from Mor
ris. Hf, says; "The trial <d Hie alleged
hain robbers, Schwartz and Watt. v.
given a most unox|K)Cted turn yctcrdi j h)
an incident (hal will probably destroy thc
worth of all tho work so far dono. By
consent of counsel and the Court, tho jurors
were permitted lo attend divino service
the Alotuodist Church. Dr. Astell, the
officiating clergyman, lc 11 ned of their pri
. ait e, and, Inking as his text the power of
little Illings, before tho astoulslicu con ;.(
galion or jury could realize it, ho wu In
the midst of an address upon tho impor
(ance of apparently trivia) eic ir. tandi
when rightly viewed. As ibo Italn rob
hors'conviction depends largely tu in cf j
cumstnntlal evldonco, tho surprise was
great, bul. .Dr. Axtoll proceeded to loll how
a colobrstotl criminal hud onco been con
viet od, after long yous, by rt i- 11-tale st 1 ?1
of poper. A torn ?lath hgt rcsiorgolyln
the lb -ok l ulai 1! <??" i. nnd mm \? f,, Ung was
expressed stier tho services al thc sh pilnr
reiniirks of tho preacher. ?? ll i|
nie convicted, Hair nttornoys will demand
a new trial, on Ibo *. ?oiuid ol' undue i rt tl ti -
once upon tho jury."
Being cntiroly vc? able, no pat titular
care Is required willis using Dr Plorco's
"Pleasant Purgative Pollets, They oner
Bte without disturbance to the constitution,
diet, or occupation. For tick hi fi locho,
constipation, impure blood, di/zinc*., sour
eructations from tho stornnoh, hui t i t-, in
mouth, billions attacks, pulu in region of
kidneys, Internal fever, bloated feeling
about stomach, rush of blood te head,uko
Dr Pierce's "Pellets." By druggists.
The striking carpenter* at, Chicago, hy ii
unanimous vote, rejected thu proposition
mude by the bosses nnd reiiflhincd tliolr tlO
mond Tor 83 au hour pay l??d the full
recognition of the Carnanto**'Cotonou as a
body of on uulzed hdinr. Tho proposition
of Hm oin plo j i rs wti? lo ??pccoo eight
hours nud make 81 cents an hour flu mud'
mum poy, with grades'-ubovo, bul ?ot to
rccogtiizo anything hut 11.0 Individual
rigbtuol thom .:. All union carpenters
in Hyde Park, to tho nuinboi of 200 surlick
for 83 coins an hour, A short tuna ugo tho
rnto waa mis d from 31 lo v>\ couts au hom-1
und tlufy ugrccd lo work nt ihnt rate for]
ono your, Thoy struck out of sympathy j
for tho carpenter1 In Chicago,
COULDN'T llKAtl IT TIIUNDEH, '
An interesting lottov from Mr, John
W. Weeks, superintendent of DoKolb
I'rom u feeling of gratitude und i> di
sive to bcuoftt otiu ., 1 vOluutarily make
this : tub meut, ? have great roosou lo be
tl auk ful thal I ever In md of 15. ii. 13.,
ns i know wiulla blessing it has boon io
me. I have suffered with Bronchial Ga*
turril for a number of years. Nix mo tibs
ago twas taken with a severo pain in
right cur, wkioll ill 11 ?? W ihVYS begun lo
dieohnrgo matter, with terrible ami al
most unbearable palpitation and nil 1 >rl .
of uoisos in my hoad, in ton days nf tel'
tho connut ut Cnn ul of ditt bargo uni |. in
? in my car ? boj OU *o grow deni* and ill
i six weeks i >v.r- so deni that I could not
: hoar thunder,
I I wad thou compelled ho UPO ODtiVi -
j lion tube, und it was of len that 1 < 11
J not hear With tho tube, ? then emu-l
j menCed taking li. 13, j;, and tho running
I ol' my cur ceased running in fivo weeks,
j and can now hear without tho tubo, Af)
j general health has improved, 1 : pita!io ;
i cieed, mid feel I kea now being, md
I appreciate tho beuelit I have received
from B. B. B. (mode in At-lnitUi, Chi.)
with gi ditudo to God and thank full nesu
lo tho Proprietors for suoh a medio! no.
J c'i< orfully recoman ml ii to all who aro
alllieted with deafness and catarrh. Try
it; pi rs< viro ii Its uso and you will bo
convinced of its vallie.
JOHN YV. WEE KB,
Sun tint udt it DoKalb Pauper li?me.
I Decatur, Ga., Amy 4, 1880.
j ' have boon a sufferer from Kidney ami
j Bladder troubles for .several years. I
have lat dy beal what is t nnod Bright's
I j isca ie, and huv > lind eousidorublo sw< i.
i eg of liiy logs and shortness of breath.
'1 he urea' has poisoned my blood also. I
! ? trod and tim using ( B. ti. ii. 1 Bol nie
Blood Halm, and ibid ii acts powerfully
ned very (prickly, ?ud t am delighted
I v. ?th i 1 libel . I hud pv< yiously u ?. o a
1 ho m* tjuriulity of various advertised rem?
jodies, and a- ..lal omillOUt physiches
Ml M lio t?rts r . tall In
uso MU? en i of : m a
I'l lilli > W ?iee I i
? te.mt ami shu i ?1
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? < - '??j U$U ? H \
V - ' ^2?^ B >?1 i-i Vrt*
-, >.-. r '? '. v I pur! fr (I r:: OOO r g.il
Xi ?'AU*- -i IL. UV:.' i . . ' mi IVrt . i.'
v ?. j?\ Itv* roi ; th', li M Ai .rr 11 muTvio
- A OK < ? YO Ul n i.
Vji/'-if!* \ <? . !>. 1 .i'.M.I..u 'i ..:
*.);',>. V M >...-. el li i.tt.l 'II, ! lr,-I i
' , 'v*\ BolulOljr i un. lionet*. 111
il", tni't I' in . ur ?.. ?
?M. : Vs i t .. I .: M t<- :. it : I
"??Vi' - V nm) ?.. , Druin row..-.
.,-;."S<?tTJ~~ Sut'.'otia from coima eia *
il A firali f-u S rniait it I i . t i-iwlilin I
i>iii'.''?t, '? Li U-,\\t , i)!l. 1 ' A f'.TT.It'O lllON
TOKIO n .ifonmti ly cur?. I ivoiuiolcnr.lie I
t hy romiilnlOon. Pr?'ilionl itOi-nil 1? 11 rom lol I. i.
m.: ono il ..ittii* i. ; .; ill) <.' I ho tn. ?tn !. !'?)
potosi rlmonl .1 lli?OniOIKAt.AWO BKM-,
A Or. ?AIlTr-R'* LIVER PILLS,., ,1
?O.iro ConsUpadonA\.tv?<r Cont! latnt and I. lek ll
P if.*t'Uohr*. Sun,DOM rioit Droant llOOKB
i.ilu-a on ri^, '..I tili..? Otitis 1.1 ttego, ff
THC OR. HART ER MCOICINE COMPANY
8t. Loubi Mo .
M? M. A, 1 ItA/.KK.
V lt I V A T 1: B O A \>. I> 1 N < i,
. * ? ? ,
th Ti :. ont and Permanent Board
? '' nv. iv. d at . 1 . nd r.'.tes. 2-ll/4t
v 5i viM/v)ri s<;
ntl iii !..
, in? i nd 111 j
?lili} 08, jie;
TO from sanie
Un) . eba lied
inly Hem (hit? of ( ntran
TEETHING ( J, i , ?) li KN.
An instant voliof for colic ol infanta.
Ouroa I y ul ry, Diarrhooa, Gholoro
tnfantum or any disco *os of tho stomach
and bowels. \Iakes tho Critioal period
of Toothing safe and easy. 'Is a wife and
pleasanl tonio. Por salo by all druggists,
and for wholesale by HOWAUD, Vi n.U T
& Co., Augusta, <;.r.
AUnit (wi nty yottm nj'o I illfoovi-rnl it 1
noiincnl u pnm cr. I IIOTP tri. <! n nUlAbtr Of 1
ntrll bontflt. Anions t!io numil' r wer? Olio <
wn'i uk? fiw tn Ut? tor?, Mtolng Intern . pMa,
s. fi. .a. j,,-, tdniiti f?.r othfrtsltnllsrlf .".tv ic tori.
iii? toeotitl bon lo tho nelibhord ?CUM iiotio? ti
hofelth hu 1 N cu bm) f r twa <>i tlin-o ."'nra-l
BSlljr. Ihtt-Irisover? jain In my broao. Aft?
Itu mut I (rrew et.mtrr than I bra! l?*on fornevi
r? Uttlo ?pol i bout n,r> |!M nf .t half ?limo, mi
?very on? WU ti 1 an?', r to ?Ivo S. B, 8. r. f:ilr tr lr
Mn?. NANCY J. McCONAU
r. b. u, |?SL
BtHft*a Spcdflc )? ertllrtlr tjtfiHsMc, cf
Iiiiiuirlil. t '0.1,1 iho |itix-Ml. Ticni;*.-on |tlo.,.|
?la ?si. s'.Va ten witts in ehUiii4for a
! tioatlsoj "mi coloren i Int? <. ol Ma
1)IB<UI8CP. or iii.- Bttino amount loi- a Irciuso
on Sci? I i!??1"^ Affootloti?. ____ , ".,"
Thoron " .' ' H bytisiiiH ??''. PfeM
Uolilon ftiodlcnl '?- . ?ovt'vy,malc. o od
aiROKii ? i, ? rai r nuil?, i? j > o y ? ? l\ii K?ST
it?,Mvl 1 Ital Btvongtli,will IjooeliAlIfiUod.
.....id, i . torr:i;i o? tt>e ?-?IIBI, toar
; i i roincdy. il I II? ii 1?.;
. i. i . i, .... . mo. il ir CUBO aro ? ?cinta.
Krom its m trvt i " s power ovor thtalernwy
ilium , v. i i*- t orfi'rliitr tita now
, , ,?'. " !> to tho iMibl^ llr.l'iinirn
ii? rt, R..-1-I ' wi ifii? i< l'ta '*< <>>?
"."norton ? > " '"" :'" n???loMk?<l ,W
. i , . i , ., mt lon "i Ionic, or
[ ' ' ' b! l-cL'nuslinr,
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. "V , , : i. IM, Inlet mu liint <?r
1 . Vii ?ni li || liol I iishi i, l?W S|?ii itr?
1 ; ; ? . .. i,,, r? 11 tar appetite,
I',II ure Biiirininjt rroin
?.V.i epuln, an1, roriuu
. . - H.? li ninny
i ?yni| loni . fro oxpe
i ' .. ror 1111 ? it -n ciiBoe,
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; vo??P v !' 1,1 ?i -, si?i?tk?e ?f
; r-?,. . ? , . ? . tti-cnlll) a?ron
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. ,. ni remedy. .
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;H l?'oi' Sii-OO.
,; , i roy l r. Plorco a
i , j i .i.- uni lion. A dd ti.-?. < . .
ivy Medici! Apo?
elation, IWH Multi tivel, Hull ii.o, N. Y.
7 - \ ii IEW?RD
i .' .,? -. < . . . by Ibo drortrlct?rB
' i ' '-. , ...'. ti alarm le i io'dy
, , cannot < ?rf ir you
> , . rn ni tho
... ns , i l' nth" r\ so. pail -.I I UM ol
, . I ..il!., or 1 . ir, weak >. t dull nam
, .,,!' ... i i. ,.ol"..!. hui 'i- 1 hou
.;? . hi con um Mon.
-, , : . i. (ho work!
i ii'' mond?"
i ?mi i v i*ri?a! ijcudachtn M coata.
From tho World's Best Katers,
AT FACTOKY PRICES.
Easiest Terms of Payment
Eljr,ht Oiwnd .Mukcru, and Oyar
Thron il -KUIred Stylof to
diickorlug, Mason & Hamlin,
ilalhunlich, Kent and Arioiu
Mason & Hamlin, Orchestral and
Plan? ad Qi om delivorod, freight
p?hl, tu ail points South. Flftean days'
trial, and Frnlght Paid Both Ways, lt
Ordor, and test th? ' litrumenU In
your Own I lomo/?.
COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
Branch of LUHDEN A BATES'
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
nacas AN ? TBRMS TO? SAMA
W. Vf. TRUMP, Slnnager.
Mo?tl ; . QtflttiQd ma:. I of ia? URI? for
fiunnn'a j>.>i-,ul'ariiflJlotlOtia. lt lu B ronn-ey for
IOMA: OXI.V,oit'i for noacsciAb ObASSot
eran i. ll Ut A SprciAo for ocnatt) dlftoiMad
., ie- i .> conti ?i Dio Mon?
inifll ? mi ai to roff<iuto nil domugvmotiui aad
:>>UH\ iiII'CB o( lior Monthly Slo?ncat. Thc pr<?
u<l ri i ? for thl< KoniC'ly no ?e^rr looiucal
U ? itrc ly a Vc'Kcttiblo Compound,
i'l prcacripuon of n I 'ai it?*?i ph) ?icu?
ti ; HU it I! Ul .i i-'.aii i w!io??>
I'? tan .UKO ni hu incctsii in
im in i mot ii an i wiro o( fin?alo compiainia.
. rn i man, lt will roitovo yon of nearly all
oo: pl un > i> nil ir to your ?ex.
Knr .i i by il i Wriw for baa*, ?Mea?
...ip: tu ... ..: ian," ma!>i frc.
I:K?I riKi.o KRooi.AT.ia Co., AtLinta, Oat
- . - . . i, . ;.Vw?,v; JK^
l?alo lora OS my cliccli, and Iho doolon pro
ihytldaitai,,,lt without roceltlna nny i crm?.
r two f|?c!:it!?t*. Tho MOdlOlaC l!.< y njipUod
?fAJtn Kt.itriiv tit In Ott i apo! I l>'"!e ; wlins
i |iri<'iiK <i (?uta al "i.i o. lu fen? i iiad IM a
int my o.iiuvr WM IIPC?NI; up. My jreucr.U
hail a huckin*cotinh amt Ifilt bloodOOttlta*
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