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Grinies, Casualties, Personal, Political,
Financial and Industrial.
JL queer complication lias arisen la too Ex
ecutive DapartinenU in connection with the
lato passage of the Legislative, Executive and
Judicial appropriation bill. The bill became a
law on Jtriy 7, and as Congress bad extended
the appropriation of last year to cover only five
days of theprcsent fiscalyear, no appropriations
are available for July 6, and it is said that no
salaries can he paid for that day to any em
ployee of the Government.
The Postmaster-General expresses his inten
tion of carrying out the law giving letter-carriers
15 days' vacation. He thiuks the dc
ficiencvin the appropriation can be supplied
from tho $4,000,000 allowed the Department for
general expenses.
The dedications of CoL J. O. P. Bnmside,
late the dibbursiug officer of thePost-Otliee Ds
partmen it is now found foot up to $60,000,
or about $50,000 more than Trust was firstr
Senor Antonio Flores, the new Minister from
Ecuador to the United States, was presented to
the President by the Secretary of State. Ho
has twice hefore represented his country at
Congress has provided for the appointment
of 150 special pension examiners for service in
tho field with a &alary ol $l,o"UO a year. About
120 in addition to those already examined will
he needed to nil these positions, and examina
tions will be held as aoou as practicable by the
Civil Service Commission at several principal
places throughout the country to meet the con
venience of amilicants. Tho examinations will
necessarily embrace some knowledge of law,
especially" the rules of evideuce, and some
knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
Mr. Henry S.2Jeal, of Ohio, the new Solicitor
of the Treasury, has formally entered on the
discharge of his duties. One of his first
acts was to direct that suits be instituted in
about 50 cases which have been pending in the
office since the death of Judge Eayner.
Hon. H. P. French. Assistant Secretary of
the Treasnsnr. has sailed for Liverpool Ha is
accompanied by his family and expects to re
main in England about two months. The trip
is for rest and recreation.
Eight hundred and eighty-three pages of the
descriptive catalogue of Government publica
tions, in preparation by Maj. Ben Perley Poore
tinder the direction of the Committee on Public
Printing, are already in type. When com
pleted the work will be a book of 1.200 pages,
with 300 pages more of index. The catalogue
is arranged chronologically and the index al
phabetically. Sixty-three thousand and sixty-six-doeuments
are referred to, comprising every
publication hy the Executive Departments, the
Emithsoniau Institution, and by scientific ex
peditious since the origin of the Government,
Under each title are enumerated the accom
panying documents and the subjects treated
where the title itself is not fully descriptive.
The catalogue also slates where a copy of each
document may ho found, tatinc the name of
the library and title of the volume. Fifteen
men were kept at work in the preparation
of materfci! for the catalogue ail of last year.
Copies will be supplied to public libraries and
to Congressmen, and an edition will prohably
ho printed for private sale at cost.
The Secretary of the Treasury made advance
payment of $333,333,33i to Mr. Edmund Hich
Erdson, President of the World's Exposition at
Kew Orleans, being one-third of the 1.000,000
appropriated by Congress as & loan to the ex
position. PEBSONAL.
Among the changes in Hocse committees
ennounccd prior to the adjournment of Con
gress, was that of Representative A. A. Parker,
of the 19th New York Congressional District to
the Committee on Judiciary in place of Mr.
Browne, resigned. This is a handsome compli
ment to Mr. Parker's ability &nd honorable
Mrs. Holahird, wife of Qaartermater-Genera
6.B. Holahird, died in this city on the 9th inst,
Philip Hamilton, the youngest son of Gen.
Alexander Hamilton, who was killed in & duel
with Aaron Burr, died at Poaghkeepsie, K. Y.,
on the 9h inst, aged 82.
Cspt. T- W. Miller, of the Pension Bureau,
died on the 10th inst. He was admitted to the
bar in Milwaukee in 1660, hut immediately
after the attack on Fort Sumter, in 1661, he
gave op his profession mnlike Gov. Cleveland)
to enlist as a private in the 2d Wis., in which
lie participated in the first battle of Bull Eun.
He after ward 5 served for somewhat more thau a
year in the Adjutant-Gen eral's office at the heiid
parters of Gen. Pope and the headquarters of
Hie First Division, First Army Corps. Subse
quently he served for a year and & half as a
-volunteer aid on the staff of Gen. Cutter, of
the Second Brig, First Div First Army Corps,
beginning May, 16Q3. In thiscapacity he par
ticipated in the hattle of Gettysburg, where he
won high commendations from hissuperiorand
-associate officers by conspicuous gallantry. He
served to the close of the war, and was promot
ed to the position oi Assistant Adjutant-Gen
eral, with the rank of Captain, in recognition
of his meritorious -services.
Paul Morphy, the famous chess player, died
in New Orleans on the 10th inst.
Mrs. CoL Hooker, whose gallant husband is
talked of for Congress in the Brattleboro, Vt.,
district, is a prominent niembar of the Wom
tn'sEelief Corps.
Mr. Blaine attended the commencement of
Bowdoiu College, on the 10th inst., and at tho
Alumni dinner related the following anecdote.
Be said: ' I don't believe it is right to decide
on a bent for a boy's education when he is 16 or
17 years old. We have reached an exalted
point in skill in manufactures; it is an age
when I find the napkin before me on the table
made of tht same material as the car wheel
on which I rode down from Augusta this morn
tog." .Nominations to Congress: 8th Indiana Dis
Jfcrlct, James T. Johnson, Uepublican.
"Cleveland," says Henry Cabot Lodge, "will
prove about the weakest andidate at the polls
of any of the gentleman balloted for." With
- out saying whether Cleveland's numerous
vetoes were right or wrong, Mr. Lodge was of
opinion that they would have an immediate
clfect against the New York Governor. Mr.
Lodge thought that Cleveland's nomination
would greatly aid the Republican ticket m tho
Sixth District. He was of the opinion that
there was no douht of Blaine's election.
The National Executive Committee of the
Prohibition Home Protection party meet at
Pitwhurg on the 2d inst. to mako final arrange
ments for theconvention, which commences the
23d, Delegates are already arriving, and it is
expected over 500 delegates will be present.
Secretary Sprague aays that in the event of the
Eucce&s of their party Mies Francis Wtllard
frill have the choice of a Cabinet position.
The Independent Republicans will hold a
conference in New York on the 22d inst.
Gen. Butler says he has not yet made up his
mind whether he will tupport Cleveland and
Hendricks or not.
A fire Rt Toledo on tho 9lh inst. destroyed
20j00a,000 feet of lumber. Tho losses are as
follows: Mitchell &. Rowland, $2a0.000, insur
ance, SfiSGLGO: .Nelson Hoilaud & Co., $70,000,
fully inwned ; J. B. Kollv, $15,000, fully In
sured. Over $5,000,000 worth of property was
jeopardized by the fire. It is supposed to have
originated fiwm a passing tugboat.
Lizzie May, of Coushohockcn, Pa., whose
father, after making improper advances to her,
cruelly sUtbbpd ncr on Saturday night, and
then commuted suicide, died the following
Jerry Patranne, aged CO, and his eon Frank,
sged 19. were instantly killed, and Joseph Mas
eru was fatally injured at Colhna's stone
qnarry. in Burlington, Vt., on Saturday, by &
powder explosion. The men were tamping a
charge consisting of a keg of powder for a blast
when it exploded and the Patrandea were
blown 60 feet in tho air, while Mascotte was
thrown a distance of 50 feet, and buried under
xukssof of stone.
A collision, attended with the loss of three
live and the serious injury of & aaraber of
ether perrons, cenrred a the Baltimore 4c
Okie &ilruad, witki & few hloeki ef its depot
in this city, on tho evening of tho 12th inst
The damage to the enginos and cars is esti
mate d at 310,000.
At Quebec, Saturday, Judge Caron delivered
his opinion in the caso of John C. Eno, the fu
gitive New York Bank President, whose extra
dition was demanded on a chargo of forgery.
Tho application for extradition was denied, and
Eno set at liberty. Tho Judge held first that
the indictment of the New York Grand Jury
was notsutficient to justify commitment under
the treaty; and, secondly, that tho testimony
of the witnesses against Eno did not show that
the crime of forgery under the extradition act
had been committed.
At Dallas, Tex., on Saturday night, a duel
with pistols was fought between W. EL Boale
and a man named Bowie in a room on the third
fioor of the National Hotel. The shots were
heard and the room was broken into. Both
men were found lying dead, Tho pistol of
each was found by bis Bide. Both were shot
through the heart and head. Shortly prior to
the duel tho men were devoted frieuds. A few
minutes before the tragedy they had a quarrel
and one was heard to say, "I'll kill you."
Soon after they retired to the room. The
tragedy creates great excitement. Hundreds
of people surround the hotel. The cause of the
quarrel between the men is not yet known.
The paper of J. De Riviera &, Co., commission
merchants, New York, went to protest on the
Sth inst. The firm was rated from $300,000 to
$500,000. Mr. EL De Riviera says it can hardly
be called a failure. Tho firm we.ro large import
ers of sugar and large exporters to Cuba.
Messrs. De Riviera & Co. state thosuspension is
but temporary. The firm has on hand over
$1,000,000 worth and prodnca mostly sugar and
At New York, on Saturday, "Vftn.M. Halstead,
Wm. A. Haines, John K. Myers and J. Edward
Bentley, composing the firm of Halstead, Haines
& Co. importers and jobbers in dry goods at
No. 37S Broadway, filed an assignment for the
benefit of creditors to Lewis May, with prefer
ences amounting to about $417,000. Among
the preferred creditors are the following:
Estate of John K. Myers, $102,872; the Central
National Bank, $40,000; the Ninth National
Bank, $10,000; the First National Bank of
Toms Eiver, N. J., $10,000; H. C. Bennett &
Co., $75,000; Drexel, Morgan &Co., $32,500;
tho employes of the firm, $7,515. Tho an
nouncement of the suspension was received
with much surprise among down-town business
men. The liabilities were Eaid to foot np
EometklHg About What is Going on in this Bosy
World of Ours.
At London, Saturday nigut, Minister Lowell
gave the annual Independence Day banquet at
the American Embassy, which was posptouedon
the Fourth because of his illness. There were
14 guests present Mr. Lowell was in excellent
spirits, and did not diet except in the matter of
wine, whichhis physicians have forbidden Jiim
to use for the present. Should the British
House of Lords reject the franchise bill in the
Fall the Government will dissolve Parliament
immediately, and a general election will take
place before Christmas. The Hungarian
Government has adopted a project to destroy
the rocks of the Iron Gate, tho famous rapid or
cataract of the Danube. The work will cost
10,000,000 florins and will occupy six years.
The operations for tho relief o'f KJiartoum will
begin early in September. Mr. Moody, the
evangelist, sailed from Queenstown for New
York. Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the Pittsburg
millionaire, and Mr. Samuel Storey, Radical
M. P. for Sunderland, have, it is reported,
quarreled in their English newspaper enter
prise. This contemplated tho establishment
throughout England of strong metropolitan and
provincial newspapers in the liberal cause.
Mr.Carnegie it is generally understood, was to
furnish the capital and Mr. Storey the editorial
and business management. It is now stated
that Mr. Carnegie has absolutely refused to
furnish money to buy out or start any more
newspapers because he has found his partner
too much of a demagogue in politics to be en
trusted with the desired evangelization.
Oar X&tioKsl War Songs Book
Contains all the famous war songs; 165 pages,
full sheet-mnsic size, with piano or organ ac
companiment. Title page in five colors, repre
senting a stirring battle scene, worth alone the
price of book. Price, postpaid, ninety cents.
Also. Blaine and Logan Songsters. S. Brain
ard's Sons, 130 State St, Chicago, HL
James Fylc Pearline is not a soap, but a
washing compound a great invention for sav
ing toil and expense without injury to the
textnre, color, or hands. Pearline is the
champion of all compounds for washing in hard
or soft, hot or cold water, and without soap,
soda or other preparations. In the families of
miners, machinists, plumbers, painters, print
ers, farmers and laborers, Pearline is a blessing.
It is equally efficacious in washing di&hes,
clothes or begrimed hands.
Send for our "Self-Measurement" for
the Grand Army suits advertised in National
Teibone July 3. James Wilde, j r., & Co., Cor.
State and Madison Sts., Chicago, HL
YICKSBUEG. A Poem. By a A. Hobbs, A. M.
Publifchtxl by J. Fairbanks & Co., Chicairo. Price.
This is a war book of more than usual
merit. Its author was First Sergeant of Co. B,
99th HL, and served creditably through the
campaign he describes so welL He has added
to this actual knowledge of war careful literary
training and an undeniable talent, which makes
his work an exceptionable one in many ways.
The poem opens with a council of Gen. Pem
berton and his officers, held just after the fail
ure of all but the final attempt to reach the
bights In rear of Vicksburg. The rebel offi
cers are jubilant over the many defeats of the
Onion commander. While they aro rejoicing
there comes the sound of heavy guns the
transports are running the batteries.
Then, in pleasantly-flowing words, is told
the ever-memorable story of the march across
the peninsula in front of Vicksburg, the at
tack upon and capture of Grand Gulf, the bat
tles of Champion Hills and tho Big Black, and
the closing the lines around tho fated city.
Then comes vivid, faithful descriptions of the
siege works, the bloody assaults, the frightful
bombardment, and, at last, the surrender, and
tho book closes with the pean of rejoicing:
Thus ours wkj) the imHiui t ril v
Be it ours while time shall be,
And the great, glad river sweeps on forever
Unvexed to the fetterless sea.
The poem has received the highest praise
from tho press and tho soldiers who served in
the Vicksburg campaign. Gen. Logan, in a
letter to the author, praises it highly
THE LABOR QUESTION. By Wendell Phillips.
Published by Lee & Shcphard, Boston, Maaa.
Prioe 23 cents.
This is one of Wendell Phillipps's best efforts,
published in neat pamphlet form, uniform in
style with his other lectures published by this
M. Crider, York, Pa. Price 23 cents.
This is a really valuable treatise, embody
ing tho results of many years of auccesaful ex
perience by Mrs. Crider.
The HagKzInso.
The Englixh IUuttrated Magazine. The con
tents of tho July number of this popular maga
zine (published by Macmillan & Co., 112 Fourth
Avenue, New York are: "The Seine Boat, a
Perilous Moment," frontispiece, from a draw
ing by C. Napier Henry; "The Royal Collec
tion of 3Iinmtures at Windsor Castle," (illus
trated.) "An Unsentimental Journey Through
Cornwall," by the author of " John Halifax,
Gentleman," (illustrated); "The Weasel and
His Family," (illustrated); "Martin Light
foot's Soug;" CharlosKIngsloy; "The Author
of Beltraflio," by Henry Jatnc3; "How a Bone
Is Built," by Douald MacAlister; "The Arm
orers 'Prentices," by Charlotte M. Yonge.
Demoresft for August is capital reading, and
the picture in oil, entitled "A Feather In Her
Cap," makes a very pretty frontispiece. Among
the contributors are Ella Wheeler. Phoebe D.
Nutt and Bessie Chandler, and the number
shows an admirable variety of stories, sketches
and poems. The fashion! are fully described
and illustrated.
Many medicines now on the market owo
what "virtue they possess to tho presence of
powerful and poisonous drugs. iiUXT's Kid
Hoy and Liver) Remedy js purely vegetable,
and will not injure the feeblest and most deli
cate person,
Gossip of the Hotels, Clubs, nnd Streets A Pro
posed Ouadri-Centennlal A Gallant Vermont
Candidate for Congress Meager Pay for Talent
8. J. Tildea's Grand Besldecco.
Not York, July 17.
Tho Ministers from England, Brazil, Turkey,
Chiua and soveral others, have responded in a
kindly tone to tho proposal to co-operate in a
universal exposition at tho City of Moxico in
1692, in commemoration of the 400th anniver
sary of tho discovery of America by Colnmbus,
Christovallo Colon, as he is called by the Spau-ish-speaking
peoples. It is understood also
that the Mexican Minister to tho United States
has forwarded to his country a memorandum
of the proposition, with the recommendation
that a circular note of invitation be issued by
his government to all the nations of the world
to participate. It is believed by tho promoters
of the schemo here that tho spirit in which it
has been mot encourages the confident hope of
CoL Geo. W. Hooker, who is mentioned for
Congress to succeed the Hon. Luko Poland,
who declines to be a candidate again, is a vet
eran with a brilliant war record, well known
to the old soldiers of the Army of the Potomac.
Like Maj. Calkins, of Indiana, and Gen. Logan,
for that matter, his first service was with a
musket in tho ranks. He enlisted as a private
in the 4th Vt, and was promoted successively
to tho ranks of Second-Lieutenant, First-Lieutenant
and Captain. Then he was appointed
by President Lincoln Assistant Adjutant-General
of volunteers with tho rank of Captain,
and then Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
and Assistant Adjutant-General. He serv
ed with tho old Vermont brigade, and then
the nine months' troops, and finally as Chief of
Staff and Assistant Adjutant-General with
Gen. Chas. Dcvens. Ho has tho reputation of
having survived two wounds, both of which
should have been mortal, received tho same
day at Cold Harbor, in whioh engagement ho
was struck by five rebel bullete. Still tho
Colonel survives to tell the story of nearly all
the battles of the Army of the Potemac from per
sonal oliservation in his own inimitable way.
He has a passion for schooners, and is a part
owner in over 20 vessels of this class engaged
chiefly in the West India trado. As is well
known, the famous Jim Fisk, killed by tho
present proprietor of the Hofiman House, was
his brother-in-law.
It is reported that the well-known Cambridge
naturalist Prof. Allen, iB to become associated
with tho Smithsonian Institute at Washington,
and in this connection it has transpired what
compensation the accomplished gentlemen
who perform the most valuable scientific work
in tho country, which appears in the publica
tions of tho Smithsonian Institute, receive
for their labors. Prof. Allen, who is consid
ered tho greatest of them all in original
investigation in the field of natural history,
which is saying a good deal when the achieve
ments of Cours, Ridgeway, and others is re
membered, is to receive tho magnificent salary
of $60 per month. Ridgeway himself, who has
been associated for years with the Smithsonian,
and has performed such herculean labors in the
field of American ornithology, is paid $75 a
month. Yet his books hold the front rank in the
libraries of Europe and are read the world over
by scientific men, who probably littlo imagine
the painful pittance this Government has doled
out to tho author. It is a disgrace to Congress,
and certainly does not encourage scholarly
young men to devote their lives to such work
to which he, Cours, Elliott, and others have
given years for such compensation.
In this connection, too, it may be stated that
the man who makes tliosa wonderful and life
like plaster casts of fishes at tho National Mu
seum also has received tho same salary as a mes
senger in ono of the Departments at Washing
ton, viz., $G0 per month, and he is the only
man in America who can do the work. A cab
driver who received no more would strike.
Tho city residence of Samuel J. Tilden Is
invested with interest as the bouse of perhaps
tho most talked-about man in this country. It
is in the heart of the city, in the middle of a
block, hemmed in by the conventional brown
stone fronts of the rich of Gotham. The house
is the only one of its kind hero, being built of
an imported salmon-colored sandstone. It is
four stories high and has two front doors. It
is lavishly ornamented at the projections with
the heads of tho most famous authors of tho
world cut in stone. The carvings are unique, and
the most costly that embellish any private resi
dence in the city. The place always attracts
the attention of tho passer-by owing to ita
strange pinkish color, and curiosity carries the
eye to the door-plate, which bears the legend
" S. J. Tilden." Immediately across the street,
extending for the whole length of the block, 13
Grammercy Park, with gaudy flower-beds,
walks, and well-kept trees. This park belongs
to Mr. Tilden, and the Street Bail way Commis
sion has projected a street railway lino through
it but it is not believed the road will be built
very soon. Tho reason Mr. Tilden built so
imposing a house, so lofty and broad of front,
and ornamented it with the faces of Shake
speare, Goethe and the rest, was that he in
tended to give it to tho City of New York for
a library. Ho does not occupy it much, living
for nine months of the year at Greystone, his
country residence up the Hudson.
Leland Stanford has been spending weeks in
consultation with prominent educators of the
country about his university. He intends to
be an exception to tho California millionaires
who have, as a rule, come East and squandered
their money in stock speculations. There aro
scores of such, whose wealth wa3 courted by
the half dozen millions, like Keene and Garri
son, down to those with a comfortable number
of hundred thousands, who have all gone the
same way. Stanford has been prompted to
found an institution of learning by the un
timely death of his only son, who was to in
herit his wealth and carry down his name to
posterity. Tho university is to bo a grand
affair, which will bo a credit to its founder and
tho Pacific Coast It will be located in "Cali
fornia. B. A.
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way to economize. 10c. at all druggists. Wells,
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The fictional Democratic Committee.
Tho following is the Democratic National
Committee constituted by tho Chicago Conven
tion: Alabama. Henry O. Semplo; Arkansas, 8. W.
Fordyce; California, 5L F. Tarpey; Clorado, M. S.
Waller; Connecticut, W. H. Barnum; Florida,
Samuel Pasco; Georgia Patrick Walsh; Illinois,
A. Corning Judd; Indiana, Austin H. Brown;
Iowa, M.M. Ham; Kansas, C.W.Blair; Kentucky,
Henry V. McHenry; Louisiana, B. F. Jonas;
Maine, Edmund Wilson; Maryland, A. P. Gor
man; Michigan Don. M. Dickinson; Minnesota,
H. H. Keller; Missouri, John G. Prather; Missis
sippi, C. A. Johnson; Nebraska, James E, Boyd;
Nevada Dennis 12. McCarthy; New Hampshire, A,
v. Gallaway; North Carolina, M. W. liansom;
Ohio, W. W. Armstrong; Rhode Island, J. B. Barn
aby; South Carolina, Francis W. Dawson; Tennes
see, Robert S. Looney; Tex8, O. T. Ilolt; Ver
mont, Hon. B. B. Smalley ; Virginia, John S. Bar
bour; West Virjfinia,LouiaBaker; Wisconsin, Wm.
F. Vilaa; Arizona W. K. Meade; District of Co
lumbia, Wm. Dickson; Idaho, John Haley; Da
kota, M. H. Day; Utah, J. B. RoseborouKh ; Mon
tana, Wm. McCormick; Washington Territory, J.
A.Kuhn : New Mexico, not announced; Wyomlnc.
Wm. E.Post.
The above committee were called to order
Friday night by W. H. Barnum, as tem
porary chairman, and without transacting
any business adjourned to meet at the
Fifth Avenuo Hotel, New York, July 24, when
a permanent organization will bo effected, aud
members of tho committee will accompany the
notification committee in its call upon the can
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andptentyofit,totheirtae-awa&eaMnt,maleorfernal& ElMilH&HS la
vrlio niitTtA at cues with ttur now article: uotliiu likeit SsS JJ II Ssa S
over beforo presented to Agents; sells like Hot Cakct. Aent everywhere cobilns money; 25,000 bose
sold FliBT SO DAIS. Tilt Soxtlh American Lightning Eradicator Is the only article In the world that suc
cessfully removes Grease, OIL Pitch, Palat, etc, from Woolen Gopda. Carpeta, etc., without injury; it
never leaves a ring on clothing alter removing spots like benzine, alcohol, ammonia, ether, etc. ; it la
13 ssa
eplennid lor Kid Gloves, and saves your Carpets, Silk Dresses, Sha js, Coats, vesta, Pants, riecE-Tlea,
and Hats, and makes tho finest Shampoo in the world. Accept no J2wdicatar or Grease Extractor except
put up in gold-colored tin boxes, with onr copyright label on ton of jach box. Label, blno paper, printed
with red ink, with tho words South American Lightning Eradicator around tho outside of label, as it is
the only preparation, in the world composed ol fourteen different ingredients, and also notice at bottom ol
each label, manufactured only by Kinpire Manufacturing Co., K. x . The lasiest-aelling article lor faini
and public gatherings over introduced ; one Agent writes us he expecta to sell 50,000 boxes this falL READ
what agents ay : Ocean Beach, 2i. J., .Feb. 1, 18S4. Sold 200 boxes first three days, took paint spot from
Bilk dress, lady says worth ?3.00. H. L. Pyott. Klrwin, Kansas, .Feb. 13, 18M. One doz. Eradicator re
ceived, does its work, splendid, Just what the people want, send G doz. more. G. AV. Shurts. Elgin, HL,
Feb. 18, 13SL Cleaned paint from my coat and wife's dreaa, it will thoronjjhly do its work. James C. llil
ler. Newton Hamilton, Pa April 7, 18SL One gross S. A. Llglitning Eradicator received, it did its work
wherever I tried it Sam'I J. Bierly. El Dorado, California. April 27, 1834. One gross S. A- L. Eradicator
received, it works splendid. Isaac A. Brown. Dlcksonbnrg, Pa., May 18, 1834. The Eradicator is a
genuine article, and does Just what It claims, the people onght to bethankfid that somo one has at last
manufactured an article that will do such wonders. Miss Mertie A. "Birch. 116 Hyde Park Avenuo, Scran
ton, Pa., May 13, 1834. Eradicator sold nnd gave complete satisfaction, find cash inclosed for 3 doss. more.
T. F. JBowen. so East Geuesee St., Auburn, N. Y., June 14, 1884. Eradicator sold, send 3 doz. more. Mr.
G."M. Hutchinson, foremanlBnlt Department, Osborne Manufacturing Co., says it isworth its weight in
cold. Konbon Baduey. Himroda, N. Y., June 18, 1884. Everybody is well pleased, send 6 doz. more.
B. L. Horn. Chesapeake City, Md., June 23, 1384. The Eradicator works like a charm. "Wm. A. Bays.
Norristown, Pa., July 5, 18S4. I gavo the Eradicator a thorough trial, it does all that is claimed for it D.
B. Zepp. Branchvllfe. S. C.,- July S, 1881. I have cleaned up several sidts that were very badly ruined.
Wm. Adams. Parry ville, Pa., July 7, ISS4. I removed paint from a red delaine dresa. and also from an
overcoat without leaving any trace or spot. Israel Smoyer. Wo could give thousands like the above, bus
think it unnecessary. The regular retail prico of the South American lightning Eradicatcr Is 50 cents
per box; and our wholcsalo price, until a short timo past, has been, I doz., JiSO; 12 doz., $21.00. Wo make
every reader of this paper this special offer, until Oct. 1, 1831, only. We will send one sample box by mail
(and ono present free) for 25 cents; 1 doz., by exp.,$t."5; 3 doz., $4.50; 6doz.,f8.25; 12 doz., $15.00. and a
genuine Waterbury Watch free, with every gro3s of Eradicator. If you do not need a good watch you
can sell or tnwlo it for s.0O or 10,00. In order to obtain a general Agent in eve ry county at once, if you
will send ua $3.00 cash, and name two counties " first and second choice " we will ship one gross S. A. L.
Eradicator, 3 extra boxealor use in showing it up, 2 sponges, 500 circulars to distribute, and one Water
bury Watch, by express, C. O. D., $12.00, anil mail you certificate oi General Agency for one county. (It
both counties you name are gono will return your money), and also explain how yon can make ?200 to
fc00 per month, traveling and appointing agents f orns; also let youhave Eradicator at General Traveling
Agent? price. We do not send Watch. Certificate of General Agewcy, or offer position to travel and appoint
Agents for us until you have ordered one gross Eradicator. Order at ones, as some one may secure your
County any day, and thenyon will be too late. You can sell from one to five gross per day, following
the Lairs; no matter what yon are selling j'ou cau carry tho Evadicat or along, and sell a box in every
hou3e:youobtain72.00forouogroa3at50cont3,aud$36.00at23cents oerbox. As to our responsibility
wo refer yon to any of our Agents, or Adams or American Exp. Co., Canal Street, New York, or any
Mercantda Agency. Seadmonoy by registered letter, postal note, P. O. order or draft on N. Y. Ko goods
shipped C.O.D. without M cash sentwith order. Notice. Cnt thi3 Ad. oat, and preserve for future
reference, as it will not appear again, and to obtain a Watch free, this Ad. must be sent to us when ou.
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Kidney Diseases
Also spring from disorders of the dlgef
tive functions, and aro not only exceed
ingly painful In themselves,' but hav
symptoms, 6uch as Dropsy and Rheu
matism, which are of the gravest charac
ter. The work of the kidneys is the
purifying of tho blood. When, through
disease, they cease to do this,
"Prompt JRelief
Must bo accorded to avert most eerloui
consequences. Medicines that lull their
pain by dulling their sensibility, or that
stimulate them to unnatural activity, do
Infinitely more harm than good. To re
store them to health, the kidneys must ba
cleansed, their inflammatlou allayed, and
their strength restored.
Ayer's Bills
Bo thte more effectually than any other.
Their diuretic effect Is not less marked
and beneficial than their purgative power.
Not only do they, at once, oy a moving
doso, free the clogged, and rouse the tor
pid organs, but their continuous effect,
when taken In smnll doses, Is to regulate
the machinery of life, and
Mestoro Health and Vigor
For all tho several varieties of Piles,
and for the many Cutaneous Disorders
produced by Blood Impurities thrown
into tho circulation during attacks of con
stipation, no cure is so quick and easy as
Ayer's Pills, which free the bowels and
aid nature.
and Who Learns Lives.
"Adapted to all the disorders which caa
be cured by the judicious use of a physic."
Dr. SAJi'LHcCONNELLjlfonr pelier, Vt.
"A safe nnd reliable Cathartic." Db,
"W. C. King, Spencer, 2!ich.
"-They have entirely corrected the costly
habit and vastly Improved my general
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"Better than any other Cathartic." 2,
P. Summeiiow, Austin, Texas.
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"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws whioh
govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by
a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected
Cocoa. Mr. Epp has provided onr breakfast tablea with
a delicately llavoed Leverage, which may save us many
heavy doctors bills. It la by the judicious usa or such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built
np untilstron? enough to resist every tendency todls ease.
Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating- around as,
ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well for
tified with pure blood, aad a properly nourished frame."
Civil Service Gazelle.
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public are cautioned against one mythe, of ;t. Louis,
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