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sens PEOPLE'S PUBLIC SERVANTS.
Xttelr Manner of Serving Xlion in the Senate
andJfoitse of Jtcpresentatlves.
HEN ATE. The senate was called to ordGc
at 12 o'clock on tho 7th. After prayer
Mr. Edmunds nominated Senator Sherman
for president of the Hcnate. Mr. Voorhees
moved to substitute the name of Mr. Har-
Thc yeas and nays were then ordered
rorhees' motion and tho amendment
by a strict party vote , whereupon
was elected without further divi-
imiltecs were appointed to notify
lent and tho house of representa-
of tho organization of tho senate.
Upon request of Secretary McCook , Sher
man was escorted to the chair by Edmunds
and Voorhees and took the oath of office ,
administered by Edmunds. Thecr dentials
were read , and Logan and Blair wero at
once sworn in by tho president , pro tem-
porc. Resolutions on tho death of Hen-
dricks were passed , after which "out of re-
epect to the memory of tho lato vice presi
HOUSE. In tho house the chamber pre
sented a pleasant scene , tho bright red car
pet leading to an air of chcriness to tho
hall , which had been thoroughly renovated
BiiKc last spring , while a number of desks ,
including that of the speakerwere de
corated with flowers. Here and there were
groups of members chatting and laughing ,
political animosites being set aside for the
time being , whilo now members took ad van
tage of tho occasion to extend their
acquaintance among their older and more
experienced colleagues. The chief part of
the conversation was the change of rules.
The galleries wero crowded with tho ex
ception of the executive gallery , which was
only partially filled. A majority of tho
spectatois were ladies. At noon the house
was called to order by J. B. Clark , clerk ,
and tho first session of the Forty-ninth
congress began , The election of house offi
cers resulted in the election of those chosen
\yy \ tho democratic caucus. The usual com
mittee was then appointed to join the ono
\m \ from tho senate to announce to tho presi
dent of tho organization of tho two
branches of congress. Tho president not
being ready to present his message , the
louse , out of respect to the late vice prer4
\3nt , adjourned.
SENATE. in the senate , after tho reading
of the journal , the president's messaga was
delivered by Pruden , his assistant private
secretary , and , at 12:15 , its reading was
begun. " The most impressive silence marked
the rending , many senators leaning forward
on their dc ks to catch the words of tho
message. Tho reading was concluded at
1:23 p. in. and th.e message was , as cus
tomary , ordered printed and to lie on the
table. The chair laid before the senate thu
annual report of tho secretary of tho treas
ury ; also a statement from the secretary
of the court of claims showing tho judg
ments rendered by that court for the past
year ; also the statement of the secretary
of the senate , showing tho receipts and ex
penditures of his ollice for the past year.
The chair also laid before the senate a me
morial from the legislature of New Hamp
shire , which requests congress to pass legis
lation that may secure exclusively to the
American people the public lands of the
United States and prevent their sales to
persons other than citizens and those in
tending to become such. The memorial
was read and referred to tho committee on
public lands. A Large number of bills wero
introduced , among others onebyMander-
Bon to increase theefliciency of the infantry
branch of the army ; also requiring notice
of deliciency in accounts of principals to bo
Riven to sureties upon bonds of United
States officials , and fixing a limitation of
the time withinhichsuilsshall bebrought
against sureties on such bonds ; also re
quiring the transcripts of judgments of tho
United States courts to be filed with county
officers ; also to require United States
judges to reduce tlieir instructions to
writing where state judges are required to
SENATE. Among the bills introduced and
referred wero the following : By Van Wyck
To tax unpatented lands owned by rail
way companies ; also for the relief of set
tlers and purchasers of the public domain
in Nebraska and Kansas. A resolution ,
offered by Merrill , was agreed to , request
ing the president , if not incompatible with
the public interest , to transmit to tho sen
ate any information or documents received
from our consul-general at Paris , or from
our special agent sent to tho financial cen
ters of Europe , in respect to tho establish
ment of such an international ratio of gold
and silver coinage as would permit of the
coinage of both metals at the mints of those
.countries and our own. Adjourned.
HOUSE. The session of the house opened
with prayer by its new chaplain , Rev. Dr.
W. H.Milburn. At 12:25 the committee
to wait upon the president appeared at the
bar of the house and announced that it had
performed its duty and been requested by
the president to inform the house that he
would transmit a communication forthwith.
Immediately the president's assistant pri
vate secretary was announced and deliv
ered the president's annual message. The
speaker laid the document before the house
and it was read by the clerk and listened to
attentively by its members. There was no
manifestation of approval or disapproval
during the reading of the message , which
was not concluded until 3:10 o'clock. The
document was then ordered printed and re
ferred to the committee of the whole. The
dpath of Elwood , late representative from
Illinois , was announced by his successor.
Hopkins , and , as a mark 'of respect to the
memory of the deceased , the house , at3:15
HOUSE. Hammond , ol Ueorgia , oiierecl a
resolution declaring that , pending consid
eration and adoption of the proposed
code , the house shall bo governed by the
rules of procecdure of the last house , so far
as applicable , and l > y Jefferson's manual.
Considerable debate ensued as to whether
the house shall be governed by tho rules of
tho preceding congress until the new ones
are adopted. Hammond then amended
his resolution by providing that the house
shall be governed by Jefferson's manual as
modified by the parliamentary practice ol
the house of representatives , and as thus
amended it was adopted , Adjourned.
SENATE. Among other bills intro
duced and appropriately referred were
the following : By Van Wyck , to
establish an additional land district
in Nebraska. By Wilson , of Iowa , to
protect the interests of the United States
in respect to any incumbrances on property
wherein it has an interest. By Call , to re
peal all enactments prohibiting pension to
wounded soldiers and officers without proof
of loyalty. By Plumb , to make an addi
tional article of war. It provides that any
soldier not on furlough who gambles , or
any. ollicer of the army , whether or not
serving with troops , who , by gambling ,
shall win money from an inferior officer ,
shall be - Dolph
duced a bill to repeal the law of the last
session providing for the settlement of
cljjjiis of officers and enlisted men of the
atiliy for the loss of private property de
stroyed in the military service of the United
Jlavlnff a Salutary Effrct.
Fort CollLas ( Colo. ) special to the Omaha
arrest of five in Den
Bee : Tlie ri-ccnt men
ver and their subsequent transfer to Oma
ha under indictment by the United States
grand jury for connection with extensive
? overnmont land frauds in Western Ne
braska , is having a salutary effect in Col
orado. There has been a special agent of
the land office in this city and vicinity for
several days making investigations of
alleged land frauds in acquiring of govern
ment-lands. There is considerable specu
lation as to who the investigation will
A. Hcglra of Ncar-SIslited People.
"I never realized how many near-sighted
people there arc in the world until I nag
stationed here , " remarked 3Iuj. Kenzie , who
has command of the guard at the tomb of
Gen. Grant at Ilivcraidc. "On Sundays
there are more of them than on any other
day. Theycomefrom all parts'of the coun
try from Maine to Texas. The invariable
inquiry is : "I wish you would give me apcr-
jnit to go up lo the grating of the tomb. ]
am near-sighted and can only see the bare
brickvwalls from the lines. " Capt. Pessen-
den when stationed hero drew tho line of
permits at governors of states , major gen
erals and foreign ministers , and I have to
adhere "to that rule. "
Many people visited Riverside yesterday ,
notwithstanding the threatening weather.
The guard is now comfortably quartered in
the frame structures which the government
has put up for the troops. They were put
up in sections by a patent process , and can
be taken down in half a day to be used else
where. A new brick building has just been
finished in the avenue opposite the tomb.
It is the first building that has been erected
in this part of the grounds. At the foot of
the hill a block away another small build
ing was finished last week for a physician's
ollice. [ New York Tribune.
The habit of chewing gum causes certain
juices which aid digestion to flow freely , un
mixed with any injurious substance. The
habit of chewing tobacco also causes these
juices to How freely , but the tobacco cbewer
either expels them from his mouth , or swal
lows them mixed with the poisonous juice
of the weed. Iseeyou have your notebook
out. Just dot down this fact : Twenty
years ago the rule was that Southern wo
men were thin and delicate ; it is not the
rnle now. Southern women are not physi
cally equalled in all North America. Any
physician who is as well informed as he
ought to ba will tell you that this is true.
This change is due to the habit of chewing
gum. You may smile , you may even laugh ,
if you please , but I am telling you a plain
fact. As to Southern men , they are as thin
and gaunt as they ever were , and so they
wiil remain until they cease to chew tobacco
and begin tochewgum. [ MaconMessenger.
When a man hanging , cut him down ,
then go through his pockets. [ Texas Post.
When a man is coughing give liinl lied
Star Cough Cure. [ Baltimore News.
When you want to conquer pain , use St.
Jacobs Oil. [ Philadelphia News.
Congressman John Arnot , of Elmira , is
worth § 8,000,000.
"How Arc tlie Folks ? "
Said a friend to * another as they were
were passing each other on the street.
"They are all well. " was the reply.
"Why , I thought your father had the
"Oh , yes , so he has ; he always has that.
[ forgot all about it. "
And so it is with many people who suffer
with the most aggravating pains. They
hobble around as best they can and get
very little or no sympathy on account of
their healthful look , and from the fact that
it is only rheumatism and they always
have it. What pains ara more severe than
those from rheumatism ? Said W. S. Hop
kins , living at No. 179 C Avenue , Cedar
Hapids , Iowa :
' 'My wife and daughter w ere both stricken
with inflammatory rheumatism at the
same time. The lower limbs wore much
swollen. The pain seemed almost beyond
endurance. Sleep was out of the question.
They suffered so much that to move or even
touch the shoot on the bed would cause the
most violent pain. They were confined to
the bed four weeks. During that time and
previously. I bought many kinds of medi
cines. Then 1 employed a physician , but
nothing gave relief until I bought some
Athlophoros , which I had heard of , and I
am glad to say in a very short time the
swelling was reduced , the pain gone and
thc.y were entirely well. "
"IIow much did the3'take , Mr. Hopkins ? "
"I think it was three bottles in all. "
"Have either of them had any return of
the rheumatism ? "
"Not in the least. "
"It was rather a strango coincidence , both
having an attack at the same time ? "
"Yes , it was , but such was the case ,
strange as it may seem. They were both
helpless , but are-now well , and all from the
use of Athlophoros. It is an excellent medi
cine , and well worth the trial by any suf
ferer from rheumatism. "
Mrs. C. J. Albeck , living at No. lOGTCIay
Btreet , Dubuque , has used Athlophoros ,
and gives this as her experience with it :
"Yes , I haVe used it and it curod me. Up
to the time I used it , which was in Febru
ary , 1SS4 , I was subject to frequent at
tacks of inflammatory rheumatism and
have been nearly all my life. At times I
would be almost helpless. As sure as I
would take a little cold I would have an
attack of rheumatism , sometimes in my
lower limbs and at others in my arms.
When I commenced with Athlophoros I
was carrying my riyht arm in a sling. It
was very .much swollen and I could not
move my fingers without causing me con-
liderable pain. One evening , while I was
Buffering in this way , I heard of Athlopho
ros , and the wonderful cure it had made
in Mrs. Medic's case. The next day I
sent for a bottle and commenced using it
at once. I was a little afraid of it at first ,
on account of the buzzing sensation it
caused in my head , but reduced the dose
nnd kept taking it regularly. It worked
like a charm. The swelling and pain were
cone , my rheumatism wa-j well , and I had
free use of my arm. "
"Has it ever returned , Mrs. Albeck ? "
"No , it is now a year and a hall and I
have not suffered any since. "
"Then it has proven a valuable medicine
in curing you of chronic rheumatism ? "
"Yes , it certainly has , and I could not
say too much in favor of Athlophoros. "
if you cannot get ATHLOPHOKOS of your
druggist , we will send it express paid , on re
ceipt of regular price onedollarper bottle.
\Vc prefer that you buy it from your drug
gist , but if hehasn'tit , do not be persuaded
to try something else , but order at once
from us , as directed. ATHLOPIIOK'OS Co. ,
112 Wall Street , New York. *
Dr. Mary Walker has not given up all
hope of being elecletl to the vice presidency.
JTulforil Siiuce enriches hot joints , stews.
Chops , dsn , & .C. Excelled byjione. Try it.
There's a Lot of salt in Sodom and
" .ROUGH OX ITCH. "
"IJonsli on Itch" cures skin Imuiors , eruptions ,
rinjr worm , tetter , salt rlicuin. frus.cd feet , cull-
bUu.s Itch , l\y poison , barber's Itch. & ) cjars. .
An open question : Can we get a dozen
fresh oysters on the half shelf.
"Lo ! the poor Indian ! " tramping about
tn all sorts of weather , and dying with cold.
Won't some " 'good Samaritan" send him a
bottle cf Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup ?
Some Frank Confcpslona !
"Our remedies are unreliable. " Dr. Val
"We have multiplied diseases. " Dr
Rush , Philadelphia.
"Thousands are annually slaughtered in
the sick room. " Dr. Frank.
"Tlie science of medicine is founded 01
conjecture , improved by murder. Sir Ast-
ley Cooper , M. D.
"The medical practice of tlie present da >
is neither philosophical nor common sense/
Dr. Evans , Edinburgh , Scotland.
Dr. Dio Lxnyis , who abhors drugs as a
rule and practices hygiene , is frank enough
however , to say over his signature "if . '
found myself the victim of a berious kidney
trouble , I should use Warner's safe cure
because I am satisfied it is not injurious
The medical profession stands helpless it
the presence of more than onesuch malady. "
An old proverb says : If a person dies
without the services of a doctor , then n
coroner must be called in and a jury em
panelled to inquire and determine upot
the cause of death ; but if a doctorattendec
the case , then no coroner and jury are
needed , as everybody knows why the per
son died ! [ Medical Herald.
Senator Edmunds is estimated to be
worth § 500,000.
We recommend Carter's Iron Pills to
every woman who is weak , nervous and dis
couraged ; particularly those wholmvethin ,
pale lips , cold hands and feet , and uho are
without strength or ambition. These are
the cases for which Carter's Iron Pills are
specially prepared , and this class cannot
use them without benefit. Valuable for
men also. In metal boxes , at 50 cents.
Sold by druggists or sent by mail. See ad
THE niopiiinTons of Ely's Cream Balm
dd not claim it to be a cure-all , but a sure
remedy for Catarrh , Colds in the Head and
Hay FeverIt is not a liquid or a snuff ,
but is easily applied with the finger. It
gives rolief at once. Sold by all druggists.
Price 50 cents. By mail CO cents , Ely Bros.
Owego , N.Y.
I HATE been a sufferer two years from
catarrh or cold in the head , having dis
tressing pain over my eyes. Gradually the
disease worked down upon my lungs , my
left car was almost deaf , my voice failing
me. I procured one bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm and within five days my hearing was
restored , the pain ceased over my eyes , and
I am now enjoying good health. I recom
mended it to some of my friends. One of
them sent for a bottle. He told me that
half of it cured him. My advice is to those
suffering with catarrh or cold in the head
not to delay but try Ely's Cream Balm , as
it is a positive cure. John H. Vansant ,
Sandy Hook , Elliott Co. , Ky.
Should a Spitz-dog bo provided with a
x's AILMEMS , such as "constipa
tion , " disordered bowels , worms , and inan3"
other diseases so prevalent , can be success
fully treated by the occasional use of
WALKER'S VINKGAU Birrnns. It is as safe
and certain in its action upon children as
upon adults. It acts on the liver and
cleanses the blood.
KingMilan's crowned head rests uneasily.
A Printer's Error.
Sweet are the uses of adveisity , the prin
ter's copy said , but he set it tip , sweet are
the uses of advertising. S eet , indeed , to
those who in sickness and suffering have
seen the advertisement of some sovereign
remedy , which upon trial has brought them
from death's door. "The best thing I ever
saw in my paper was the advertisement of
Dr. Pierce's 'Golden Medical Discovery' " is
again and again the testimony of those who
have been healed by it of lung dise4Mse ,
bronchial affections , tumors , ulcers , liver
complaints and the ills to which flesh is
Miss Louisa Alcott is said to have made
over § 100,000 out of her stories.
* * * " * Nervous Debility , in either sex.
however induced , speedily , thoroughly and
permanently cured. Address , with 10
cents in stamps for reply and book of par
ticulars , World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation , GG3 Main street , Buffalo , N. Y.
Wilkie Collins has become as robust as
some of his novels.
"Nlp't in tlie Bud ! ! '
Sad to say , many a good thing attains to
nothing more than a fair beginning. On
the other hand it is a matter for congratu
lation that the growth of some evil thing- ?
may be also promptly frustrated. A largo
proportion of the cases of the most wide
spread and fatal of diseases consumption
liave their inception in nasal catarrh. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy is pleasant , sooth
ing and effectual. Try it. It has cured
thousands. All druggists.
torneyb , "WashingtonD.C.EatM 1864. Ad vice free.
Charles B. Mitchell , of Connecticut , ia a
congressman with § 2,000,000 at his call.
JAY EYE SER'S Driver. Edwin P. Either ,
uses Cole's Veterinary Carl.olisulte , anil n
thorough trial enables him to endorsee it as the
best remedy that he ever saw for general stable
use. Sold by Druggists at 50c and Sl-00.
Representative William Scott , of Erie ,
Pa. , lays claim to § 10.000,000.
LYON'S Paten Heel StlfTencrls the only Invention
that makes old hoots straight as new.
Hon. James G. Blaine kicks the beam at
nearly 200 pounds.
Bronchitis Is curd by frequent small doses of
Plso'a Cure for Consumption.
The wife-beater's motto : Let'u liquor.
"UOUGH OX MLES. "
Cures piles or hemorrhoids. Itching , protruding
WcedliiR. Internal or other. Internal and ctterni
lemcdym each package. Sure cure , SJo. Iruj < jsu (
President Cleveland's bank account , it is
said , is good for a check with six figures.
For cuts from barbed wire fence , sore shoulders ,
kicks and open sores on animals , use Stewart's
Healing Powder , 15 and 50 cts. a box.
The tobacco chewer's favorite tune ought
; o be the spit-toon.
In rcsard to Hood's Sarsaparllla as a remedy for rheu
matism , and ask you If j ou are aHlcted with this dis
ease to try the medicine which ha so greatly bene
fited others. Hundreds of people who suffered the
orturcsof rheumatism , even In Its severest forms.
lave been perfectly cured by'Haod's Sarsaparllla , the
n cat blood purifier. It corrects the acidity of the
> Iood. which is the cauc of the disease , and gives
strength and vigor to every part of the body.
"Jly w Ifc has been troubled a long time with In
flammatory rheumatism , and was so bad last spring
hat It was'hard work for her to walk. She derived
more real help from taking four bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparllla than from any other medicine she has
akcn. " JOSEPH F. GIIKEX , cor. First and Canal
fafreets , Dayton , Ohio.
"I u < ed HoDd's Sarsaparllla last spring , and can
truly say It helped me very much. To those suf-
erlngwlth bilious complaints , nervous prostration ,
or rheumatism , I earnestlyrecommendit. " MBS. E.
CARPENTER , Kalamazoo , Mich.
Sold by all druggists ; SI : sis for $5 ; Prepared by C.
: .HO JD & CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , JIaas.
1OO Doses One Dollar
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard's Climar Ping
bearlnr a rrd Un toy ; that Lortllard *
H areJenf fine cut ; tnat Lorlllardl
* . and that Lorillard * 8aafl , <
ttt best and cbeapeit , quality cooidwed ? .
"Trrns a pretty picture , suroly. A troop
of little girls with heads bent over watching
a Bunny-haired child euro the Newfotind-
Uind'sciitfoot. Slie wna using Salvation Oil.
Gen. Weaver , of Iowa , will havo aeon-
test for his saat in congress.
Having Buffered with rheumatism and
general debility for years , I procured a
bottle of Athlophoros. After lire doses I
si pt and the next morning could dress my
self and walk without a cane. SamuelBar-
etow , Lancaster , Wisconsin.
T. B. Connery , once a prominent jour
nalist , ia now living afc Liege , Belgium.
"When Baby was nick , TTO p ve her Castora ! ,
"VThea oho iras a Child , she cried for Castoria ,
When she became Miss , sho clung to Castoria ,
ITten aho had Children , aho gave them Caatorla ,
Is it proper to speak of a hog of the genus
Homo as a perfet bore ?
"Rough on Rats" clears out Hats , Slice. I3c ,
"Rough , on Conis" hard or toft corns , bunions. 15c
"Rough on Toothache. " Instant relief. 15c.
* Often sickness leaves the little child In such a con
dition that It cannot assimilate hearty foods. Such
none should at once ctfmmcncc the use of Ridge's
Food as a dally diet. It will soon restore the dlpes-
tlve organs to their normal condition , and will give
all needed strength. AH drugclsts sell It. audsomo
grocers. Put up In four sizes 33c. and upwards.
It will cure any case of I.Ivcr and Kidney
troubles when properly taken. It is a perfect
renovator and inviKorator. It cleanses the sys
tem of the poisonouM humors that develop ia
I > ivor , Klduey and Urinary diseases , car
ryingaway all poisonouB matter and re-
Btorin r the Blood to a liealtUy condition ,
enriching ; it , refreshing and invigorating
mind and Body. It prevents the growth to
Serious Illness of a Daiiseroun Class of
Disease * that bezin in mere trivial ail
ments , and are too apt to be neglected as sucli ,
THOUSANDS OF OASES
of tho worst forms of these terrible diseases
have been quickly relieved and in a short
time perfectly cured by the uso of Hops < t
Do not pet Hops and Mult Bitters con-
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name. Tako Nothintr but Hops & Walt Bit
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A Specialist for Klovcn Years Taut ,
Tas treated Dropsy and Us complications with the
must wonderful success ; uses eetal > lc remedies ,
entirely harmless. Removes all symptoms of dropsy
n eight to twenty days.
Cures patients pronounced hopelcssby the ucst of
From the flrst dose the symptoms rapidly disappear ,
mid In ten days at least two-thirds of the symptom *
Some mav cry Immbnff without knowing anything
nboutlt. l emember Itdoes not cost you anything
to realize the merits of my treatment for yourself.
I am constantly curing ca cs of lonKStmidlnj ; . cases
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