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TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 1888.
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Wo have taken great pleasure in re.
ferrlng to the services of the repub
licans u ho have most to do in the
management of the late campaign,
National and State. There waH,how
cvcr,one most efficient worker whose
claims to recognition are as great
as liis devotion to a great cause has
been phenomenal and who deserves
tho gratitude, not only of all the re
publicans, hut of nil good citUeiiHhip
of tho country, regard lew of party
lines, and whoso work was so sub
stantial and so permanent that he
could ailord to wait until people had
time to study the causes of General
Tills able, patient, courageous, and
uneclllsh worker was Mr. Albert
Grifllu, theorganleraud chairman
of the National Anil-Saloon Repub
lican Committee, who for years past
lias given all his time and energies
to the task of ho guiding the temper-
flWCO .ctomonw or tho republican
UUCi nil; it ur nuun mi muiuuo nn
would preclude any excuse for tho
growth of political prohlbltlonisin.
Month after month and year after
year Mr. Grlflln has brought to his
work tho faith of a prophet, tho en
thusiasm of a zealot, tho sagacity or
n statesman. I tis labors have been
incessant. Ills earnestness has been
pnononional and Infectious. His
Btemllnees of purposo has been re
warded by success in the state -pccially,
where Winner Miller
brought to the cause for which Mr.
Grlflln had been working for tho
added force of a now and powerful
Mr. Griftln deserves tho gratltudo
of every temporunco man and wom
an In tlio land, and esjieoially of the
ropubllians who arc so nobly ropro
mmted by Warner Miller.
The poorloveu her. lAnd so all
e'nssea In Washington will stand
as true mourners by her grave.
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette:
Mrs. Ellen Ewlng Sherman, the
wife of General William Tecumfe'eh
Sherman, was Thomas Ewlng's
daughter, nnd ho was one of the
giants among Ohio men. AVhen
Judge Sherman dicdt leaving a
large group of little children, with
very slender resources, Mr. Ewlng
adopted Tecumsoh and sent him to
West Point, and Lieutenant Sher
man married his benefactor's daugh
ter, Ellen, who inherited many
great qualities, snd jolned.wlth ex
traordinary mental capacity a beau
tiful womanly tenderness.
Thomas Ewing lived not only to
see Ills own sons distinguished, but
to see his adopted son and son-in-law,
one of the foicmpst military
men of the age, ride at the head of
the army of the West through
Pennsylvania avenue, returning
from the iiiurch to the sea, through
the Carolinas and Virginia, victory
declared, peace proclaimed, and the
name of Sherman written on the
roll of the immortals. Mrs. Sher
liiun was a woman of dec) religious
sensibility, profound conviction and
absolute sincerity, atul in her heart
there was no faltering or misgiving.
All religious truth was to boras,
sunshine. She walked in tho sub
lime faith of the reality of tho tin
known, and in her consciousness
grasped not hopes only, but looked
far out upon certainties, and the
shores of the unseen world weieas
palpable to her us the solid earth.
She was a lady whose simplicity
was the evidence of her cultivation,
and whose devotion to her husband
and children was as admirable as
if her whole life Was absorbed In
her relations of wife nnd i.other.
It Was her happiness to be the com
fort and Consolation of the General
In tho troubles of his stormy life,
and no man ever had companion
moro lovely or champion more
vigilant than she, and her share in
liis glory was always beautiful, and
is the soft light in tho splendor of
P. S. Tho wedding of Lleutcn
"i i.uiuiMiiiini),', E?rcieiiir urine-1
Interior, was May 1, 1850. Among
tlio guests were President Taylor,
Daniel Webster, and Henry Clay.
3 praotla&.m$dT5 1
, ought. toknofH
lMintl'ON hlNCW LKCTION.
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A man who has
p.lnn for 40 vears.
i salt from sugar: read -what he
Tolkdo, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gen
tlemen : I have been in tha geueral
practice of medicine for most 40
years, and would say that In all ,my
practice and experience, have never
seen a preperation that I could pre
scribe wit ii as much confidence of
success a I can Hall's Catarrh Quref
manufactured by you. Have pre
scribed it a great many times and its
effect is wonderful, and would say
in conclusion that I have yet to find
a case of catarrh that It would not
cure, if they would take it according
L. L. GORSUCII, M. D.
Olllcc, 215 Summit St.
We will give 100 for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally.
F. J. CIIENFY, & CO. Toledo, O.J
BaJfbola oy druggists, (re.
Salem la progressing as well as
Oregon and the Valley.
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Balnbridge Munday Esq.',
County Atty., Clay Co., Tex., says :
"Have used Electric Bitters with
most hnppy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured
uytlmely use of this medicine. Am
satisfied Electric Bitters saved his
Mr. IX T. WilcoABon, of Horse
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
baying $ He positively believes ho
woulu nave ciiea, nau it not been for
Tills irre.-it remedv will wnrd oft.
as well as euro all Malarial Diseases.
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorders stands unea ual-
od. Price 50c, and $1, at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
The tide of immigration has set in
xue unuerstgnea Having uen re- j
stored to health by simple means, i
after Buffering several years with a
severe lunu affection, and Mint :
dread disease Consumption, is UIIS-j r eight pages of News, Literature, and General In.
ioustomake kUOWIl to his fellow I ormiuon; aiw.amapmiceni Aencuituraj upar
sufleicrs the means of cure. To 'aent-
thoso who desire it( he will cheer- A rn r f
fully eond (free of charge) a copy of JCl f fnp llnP YPai
the prescription used, which they , P ,JU IUI VIIC Cttl
will find a sure cure for consumn-, , , ., . . . , .. .. , . ,
tion, Catarrh, asmathu. broncllitilh, Includlnjr pctag,, to any part of the United State
una all tliroat nntl lung maladies.
He hopes all sufferers will try hi
remedy, as it is invaluable. Thoc
desiring the prescription, Which Will
cost tlieni nothing, and may prove
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Guzef: Tlio death of Mm. Gen
eral Sherman causes widespread
and most sincere sorrow In Wash
ington. It is a sadness that reaches
down, and will bo most deeply felt
among tho unfortunate and those
wlio inovo in the lowly walks of
life. Wldle tho ofllelal position of,
her huBbund guvp her high standing
and leading rank in tho hociul scale,
ml whllo she commanded and pos
nesscd the respect of all its elruh.
her heart was never drawn towards
lis glitter or even its more solid at
traction. Blio vaH ono of thoso
who delighted most in going nbnut
doing good. To bo nptlvo mid. fore
most lu charities was toherunjorv
congenial work than to bo principal
or assistant at brilliant reeuntlniiH.
The gems in her orowli of rejoicing
Mill be tlio tears which will full
trom tho eyes of thousands nmmip-
thopoor, tlio mulcted, and thulium-,
io ns uiey read of her death.
She was the most 'irotiilneut
Catholic woman In ii... tT..u.,.i
States. There Was no WOroMcvoted
Chrlstluu in that orgahliattloti thuu
Mrs. Bherman. Blio gave her
strength nnd her intluenee to her
-church, uml exertctl them to their
uuiiwh wan aiong tlio Hues of Its
uonevoiont work, and In (ho uUi
flftlA ft ll... iiKii-.. 1. ...i
.,. . .. v..,,.,v wuero Kao exvr-
icu inuua power. Hho gracelullyand
fslthfuily jwrforiuwl nil (he JoohU
dutlwwhloli her iosltloii pntullixl
ujwii her, hut hho gladly turned, as
she could force opiNirtunliy, from
thuMutimrlioiiB which would have
lcn us an earthly heaven to to
uiniiv, nnd found her chief delight
General Harrison since the
eieeuon lias deepened the iinpres
ion ho made on tho country dining
tlio campaign. No candidate in the
long history of our presidential elec
tions has spoken bftencr, more free
ly or moro fully dining his canvass.
r or weens lie wns daily before the
peoplo with a speech which was the
next morning before tlio -1,000,000
voters in reach of tlio dully press
of the country. Every speech help
ed him and tho cause for which lie
was a Htandaid-bearer. Not ono
contained a word or a sentence
which was used to his injury.
Neither tho innllco of hs enemies
nor tlio ingenuity of partUun ornam
ents could llnd text or pretext for
attack in these speeches, whose col
lected bulk would till a volume. If
event presidential candidate made
ids own calling and election sure by
ids own efforts, General Harrison
nut it lu these speeches, which began
with Ills nomination and ended a
fortnight, before ills triumphant el
ection. Hut if General Harrison showed
he could talk before election, ho has
shown that ho could hold his
tongue since then. Visited by hun-
rous, sought by Bcores, closeted
with conspicuous men by tho dozen,
a centre of the plias, tho pressure
and the pertinacious petitions whioh
beat about a president-elect. Gen-
oral Harrison has; made no mlstukes.
Hd has grown dally before tho coun
try. His reticence, noise and urn.
tienco nave impressed nil. ir0 has
blundered into iiouoof the sentiment
M liloh marred the first post-cleotlon
month of sonu of his reeout prede
cessors, no has made no pledges.
Ho hits avoided political entangle
ments, we near nothing of any
Inniauupolls "conference." Tho
Cabinet-makers tire at sea. The gos
sip venders bring away uothlng
froltltlta lliruloMt. hnnin tti wliln). l...
next President has passcd'so many
The uouconiercaro all delighted
with our country.
jplpiw-a In th ISml.
iiiv- K'uii Bemirge oi HlHiilllllly, lu
the bud, than to try to stay its pi o
giesson the brink of the grave. A
few doses of California's most usetul
production, SANTA ABIA, the Uhiir
of Consumption, will relieve, and a
thorough treatment will cure. Na
sal Catanh, too often t lie forei miner
of consumption, can he cured
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or three tor J2.50. ..,
aro being planted
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