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THE CONCORDIA EAGLE.
EAGLE pUBLI3H;IN CO. "OFFICIAL JOURAL OF CONCORDIA PARISH." TWO DOLLARS !RR TEAR VOLUME XTI. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. APRIL 25. 1885. * NIUMBER 28 V I A , ~ c nI I In ii . . . . ... -. . . New Series of Sohool Books. We dnd great oompla!ni, in our ex. changes, about the action of the State Roam of Education, adopting a seriesof new books for our common schools; we think as some of them suggest that the hoard should look more to the condition of the parents of school children, and lees at the profits of tnok publishers. A large number of children have pi rents who are striving to make a bare Ilving, and are not able to stand this change. Our school fund is at a low ebb, we hear almost daily complaints of want of funds to pay teachers- our own parish is sanfering from thife maes, a great portion of which is entirely des titute of schools, shd a number of these in operation, have a larre ex cess or children, some as high as ?7: to one teacher-it looks like folly to require the parents to purchase new books unless a sufficient number of teachers can be employed, and paid to give the necessary insiruction. We give a few extracts from our ex changes : It is the generally expressed hope of parents and teachers that the I ity School Board will refuse to change the text books now in use, as ordered by the State Board, in Baton Rouge, and explained editorially in the Item. Parents declare the change to be an outrageous imposition in these finan clally hard timess; teachers allege that itdlisorganizes classes and re tards the advancement of pupils. Had the order emanated from Repub lican officials It would he denounced from one end of the State to the oth er as a thieving book agent's job-an infamous scheme to rob this people -J tem. The State Board ot Edlucation have adopted a new series ofr chool hooks. This looks like a job In the interest of publishers, and is an inexcusable set ofroppression. l'our polple have hlart tr als these times to supply their children with clothing suitable to at tend school in, and the present text books are all that is required. Ifs ohange is absolutely nccesoLrv, let it be made v hen parents c:,n better af ford to purchase new books.--t. 31o ry' hlerald. BACK PAY (F S('I)OI. TEACuI ERS. NEw OtLI.:A\s, April 14, lD5-. To the editor of the Times-Deimo crat: Please say when the month of Febl, ruary will he paid. It is now April, and no signs of payment. Notlhlng but extra work for teachers and worse pay. What does the Council mean by such conduct ? Bills ,,f 1b83 al:d 1884 are still unpaid. How are those poor educators of our chilhirn to lino, with nothil:g to pay rent. nothing for market, depending on the eharity of friends? This state of things is too disgraceful to endure longer. TAXIPAYER. As Sqiure Brady gavo us no Infor. maelon as to the whereabouts of our Congressman,and having heald noth ing from any other source, we think perhaps thle President has sent him on some Foreign misasin. It is reported that arter Harrison, mayor elect of Chicago,declines to ac cept the office, under even the charge of fraud. We have no doubt but that he was elected, but that nioble spirit of his will not remain under even the appearance of fraud; if all our public men would act upon thvt principle fraudulent elections would cease. and the good hozeest citizens would be willing to march up to the polls. iestractive Flood. It Is reported that in the early part of this week, the heaviest rainfall ev er known, occurred in So:ltheast Kaneas ; over twelve inches of wa ter is said to have fallen ; the whole country submerged In a vast sheet of water, standing in many houses from three to five feet ; Immense destruc tion of property, hundreds and por isaps thousualda of alilnmals drowned or washed away, besides a good mnalny lives lost. Fearful devastation In a!l direction. Trade and trave! on all the railroads entirely suspended bridges washed away and in many plabes toe track also gone. The number of fossll plat: species now known is estimated to be not less than 9.000 and may be consldera bly greater. A catalotue of all whlobh have been described down to the present year isbeing prepared at the Naitonl Mbiuseru. Fred. Douglass Washlngton, April 20. E1.ITOR EAOnI+ : The colored people have flrured connplcuonsly in recent events at the capital. Delegations of colored poll tie;ans and colored hishops and cler rvmen called at different times at the White House. Each deleatlion de livered an address to the preshldet in which mome noble things were said, and each listened to a reply from him which was marked qv signiflcant as surances. The colored people of the Dlstrlt celeh ated the anniversary of their emancipation with a long pro es.lm. ,mrelk ntaato. staUmh ha1thust psm, and many spectators. The pa geant was a vw.ry motley. social andi characferitlec one, presenting Innuy amusing scenes altd Incidents. Pres Ident Cleveland stood on the portlco of the While 'louse and reviewed the line as it passed. rthe dav's festivi ties were closed by speeches from Fred. Douglass and other colored ora tors IIn the course of his remarks 1Mr. Douglass saidl, the power and vi tailty of the Democratic party had been greatly underestimated It still lived, althonlh it had iudiulted in crimes and vices elnough to kill dozen parties. Speaking of Mr. Cleveland, he asked it lie would ieep hit prom ises of March the fourth ?" **I-e might. continued the orator, adopt a pollcy of indifference toward tile nte groesof the "outh, or he might pur. sue a temporizing one -a poli 'y of good T.ord and good Devil; or he might accept the Mississippi and Sbuth (ar'i'fna plan and keep by fraud and blood I53 electoral votes for a Democratic candidate in l89 ; or lie might susllltin a course of fldell fly to the C'ontilutiotllo protecting wlilte nian and blaekman alike." lie esait, ascertain as the Demoeratie pir ty party fell Into ild ruts and frgot that slavery was an anachlirolism, it woluld be driven froml power totlr years hence. And unless it apilled ia corrective totL.e negro oultlag.s of the iouth, Ilie .\uAursta speCch of James (t. Itlaine would he the key note of the next camlpaign James D. FIk. Jamens . Fish, l'Pr..int of the M't ritte Naitiital Iank of New York, Ias ibee:t fotultd guilty in 12 centl of the Itinlcitmient, charging him with the ptrrversiol of monlleys liutrusted to his sufgnuatlding. I tie c.tmteiiihners fni ld lpoti 'xaminiati,n of the tcondI ,lti of tihe Mari.e flank, that the bIttas sthowed $ 6,O000,,0( liabilities, tanil oitly $(1i,t00) amsets. Fiseh was r11 'garded as t a great ihttater. The Pie. ;vuttne says: "If hie hatd been Iried in Smtoie cities w ektlw of, he would never Ihave been convicted at all. A smItall reIillmeilt of I.twyert woutllldi ihave g:dly assisted in his viidicva The Investlgatlion of the Chicago Elec. Hlon Frauds. (thiesto, April 20-The county Grand Jury was impaneled to .id, the irinlple work before the body being the iihvcstigattoh of the frauds alleg ed to have been comtuLitted at the re cent lmunicipal election. In banringg the* jury with the res ponsibilirile of its membtihers, Judge lMoranrl called their attention tl. cer tain I. terfqranee witfl the tallots of voters which, accordlitg to statemelnts mnade to him by ltate's Attorney (t Grinnell. would be inlvestigated Iby this body. IIe saidl that tihere was ino crimej more serlous Itn its results than that of Interlering with tile franchise of the people. The eotItItti tilty cou'!dt better .allurd to lhave ibur glare carry on their inefariuis work I in Its midst than It cot ild for the vote of the people to be stilled. It could better aflord to have its batiks robbed tlan its ballots. There was tno thief us tied as tile vilnain who sought to destroy the hionest work of a free ballot. It wais Iecessary that a ballot when reported honest. ly shonlt be honestly handlied by those who have connectlion anid are Intrusted with it. The safety of the lcointunity depenld on the honesty and safety of the ballot. The jury the. begau an investina. tlonl coverilg the Tllird Ward ballot box robbery. A NEw FOOD Ii the seedt of the cotton-tree, of whlah several varle ties are cultivated in Ilolivia, a cor. responidett of tite Frencih Academy aniounnces the discovery of thie rich ot of all knowt grails iin itrogeme ous subgtances. lie is convinced that the tlotur of this seed is desadted to becomean important article of fod. LA paste made from it may serve as a siUtbetltnte or ilkl. Telegraphic Acconnt of the' Vlceksbar Illse. Vlekshnrt, April 22-The fire last nliht destroyed property to the value of a qunrter of a million. The·amount of inusurnlce is not yet asnertained. The following places were destronyet : "Famnllos" dry goods store; \tanrre Mayer & 'o. and Mrs. Bloom, bolth dry goods ; Wm. Bruser, hardware ; 'Warner & Searles, clothingr; nTium & (o., stationery : lohert Ernest, jeweler: A. Trescott. hardwnre and wagon material ; Joreph Podesta, wholesale liquors; Win. C(hamber lain, insurance : the I. S. signal of flee the omfices of Fred Speed, Mar till Marshall, Maj. Magruder. Juldge Cowan. Mc ahe & i'o; thleTelephone Exchange ; three residlenlces on Mll her y street : several attorneys' ofil ces ; two crlored Itdeges ; F. Marlin A t o., cottotn brokers: a. d A Afolik's shoe shop. The Herald offles aind tihe Western Utnion office were gutted. Lee Ricllarldson, hardware, and GIts Asnher. druggist, were Itadly damaged I Bruser's loss Is $35,000; insurance, , $2',000. The orignll of the fire was in the third story of the "Famous' clothing department from a gas jet on a swing. ing bracket. T'1e tierald cannot cme out tot some days.-From Natchez Democrai Political Points. Dltage Sullt Growing Out of the lietn Lion n T ensal Parish. Special to Times-Democrat : MONrROE, La., April 21.-Jndte Wade II. Ilough, who ran on the Re pnhlien ticket for Judge of the 9th Judicial District of Ltllislaina, corl ipose'l of the parishes of c'oncoirdia aid Tensas, at the last, zeneral electin against S. iiCharles Yoringl, Democrat, who was elected, has tiled suit in tihe United Stat- (Court, I'olw In session here, for dlamages aggregating $34,5i00 aol cost. Tlie cuit is broughlt against (;.(CorneI Gelhltman, returning nofi cer, n]ud .!oht Murdock, I harles C. Cordill, Villiani ('. Youtng, Joseph ('ulrry, \'illiaml M,. D)avidson and Jaimes . (urry. conlulillssiriuers of electinor, all citizens iii Tentlas parish, uIlpo whom the necessary papers have ileen served by United States Marshal \Veeks for appearance dur ing the present t er of curt. This suilt i: perhnaps tile flr-t of its character ever brougllht, hlence a gen eral ayinopsis of the the petition, whith wis fi led April t!ih by lnde liing & Stilllman, attorneys, will be of Interest : "Petiilter, Wantle II. Honulh, a oel izun of Naliez, Miss., whiere ie iehas rertmoved since the election, represents that lie was a Itendidate for Juidge of tie Ninl It District of Louisliana at ili election hold in April, 1.984. anid was electetdl tiy front fifteen hll dred to two thoitsanid niajorlty. In C'on cordla parish the retllrnllig officer arid c rnrlitiooners, althoutri poilic al opponents, gave hilt fourteen hunl tired and forty ial .ritV, whilch was severail hl l lired less than his real mnjoriyiv. i 'l'ne.ns partish there were lthree thoiats d enigtt hlund ed"l and twenty-two votes retrirneie as ('ast, of ia lit:lh tie was nccordadt onlly three ihundiredr anind ilfcein. andllll is oppronent was retulrnedl as elected ill the diiIrict by seveniteenl hulndred and fifteen niajority. "lie avers thait inearly tIhe whole parish of Tenstas was unllder water ailtil ii:td Ibeenl for weeks, anti lnot over ,ii) votes were cist ; that I the returns allltde vy (ioUltlnan were false, Illegal, fraudlulent andl malitios, and ihe knlew tlhels to le, as did several ot the coinimisalolinrs appoliinted by Ilim to nmake such fraluduitleit retlrllns and alid anid abet him. Pelitioiner avers hIe lhas Ietore lnl since tile war beenl elected to niay honrorable respo0isi ile and luratilve ofices, andI was judge of the late Thirteenith Judicial )istrict nearly twelve consecutive years ; that somnetime drlinr g 18_2 cer tain damaring and derogatory charg e- were put iI circntatiol all'ectilg irIs moral character land fitnlless four jlui.dge, with a view totdeprlove Ilim of thie same; that olt account of an gnlish, Itellil tormenl t, grief anli clla grin, tnrd the probable haitettllig of hist ltle wife t, a irretoature grave andt by the failure to vindiicatehis cltaracter by re-eleclion, calnterl Iy the frauduleit returns made Iy GC.old mall et als,, tie hIas elTffered damuages aliloiutin to 2itO'0,000 it add tnll to $12,000 loss of salary, anrd in the lur ther nmr of $5200 attorney'i fees." Rays the Cllnton Houthern Watch men: "The following is an extract from the marlet report as taken from the Times-Democrat, of date tht 80th of March, 1885 : stD tRste warrants, ordl"arv. 1RR4, R. et State warrants, ordinary,1RRlS. 48' etn The ahove needs no comment. It speaks for itself. A Lonlllana prom |ie to pay Is not worth fifty rents on the dollar! Where It will end, is per fectly plain. It is done in tte name of Democracy. By a not of pollitcal ri-t masters and tricksters who. Iuijle the State was heiint brought to its pr.sent disgraceful state of finl,, elal rlin, passed an amendlment the Legrilature givlng our bond mals trras 10,0(,) a year for fifteen years, and when It was voted downi by the people, thils same set of worthles. hy aolme hocus pocus counted the amend ment in If there are any two thlnos our present State (overnment does an derstand, It Is levees and finance. The shabove paragraph Is culled from the editorial column of the Patriot Demnoeral, of recent d:tle. It ins a showil well calculated to make the cheeks of every Lollisan bin t to tlngle with shame. (r is a showing so larming as to cause ev ery reflecting friend of thisl onoton i wealth-wthich should be youlng, ro hbust, proud and prosperous. but whlllch by base stahs inl the Ihouse of her professe rl frienlds is agd and de orepld-'-Is old In youth and wither ed in ner prlnme"--doubt whether Iler !autonomy can be or ought ro he main tained, except hv expulsion of the burglars. It furnllihes, Innreovej, when the favorable and plethoric conditlions under which the Wiltz regime com mencedt its reign are gravely consli! eretd, the omost conviitncingdemtonstra tlon that we are not' iily now in a marilund stale, hilt tht t we are de stlneid speedily to lie relegated hack Ito the hiniliattins which we Inlier Ited as n legary from that honest :La go, WVillrioa l'itt KIellor, when ordi nary tsate warrants were down to 10 cents on the dollar, out of wll hl, slough of hlnmiliatton the Ni.ihoits adnminiration lifted us, by ganlv-n. izing the old dellinrlent tax rolls of the four years of Kellog,g malitd mlnistration. Ti Is patentt that expe di-nt dtrove the diiltsnrPed Kellong wnrritits up to OS cent. ni, theSI. and. after they were all exthiiirlsh 1 hy fil 1 piaymen t, !eft to tile sucl.ee:tliui aduliinistra:ti lt iarhge fund, excln sive and i ldepnclldllt of the ulrrenllt tax rolls. Whait has beconm of the resirire of l)ie KI-.lot' delinquelnt rolls which were ullpnid w hlin the ipro<enlt exItrat ita ts 1R5 aeuinrle Ile g tirelcreor'tie I'onmonweallhii If If with the extr;aoriiunary sounll're of I reellte wlarrnt:ll are dowln to 1 11 12 cents, where wi,lht the he Pt-,lay Swlinho:t It? The alnswers to theiu qnestions we leave to to the plausible (eýa ,":tlite'siteneS, at it s our sutew ards, we spc ial'ttly co iirilli.si luedll to 1 cover lip anil conlceal tile inakedness I and tdesititutin of our old rat eatenl o castle. R:,t eaten ! yes, we mnllha Saize anld reiterate the designatllion- eaten tip Iy the ratts of atct P3, atlll Iby trtnifers of saecred lulldss to some other mntre aciesstihle funlld, and by all sorts of illgeniotis 'lreurnvecnting expedients, notably cto'U !ng itl 'ol stlta lint lls amenshnentt4 whb'h were notoritlonstly defe ted, al whi h have .generatedi arlound the St.ate Treas lry vairletiated iand prolific hrlads of galy rats, white rI:ts ilnd black rats, laud tand water pirates. A( EtSTATIC DllfH('RtT EDITOR. l'osaniil ! Tlre inalulluration of a Democra tic Ire ident Is un:o outr fat:i i-theIl sutl tas honel on a tIot a ,fle. SOur blt io l tingles with treshnless; we ca:ti hear tile birds Singlli ign lthe greeni gro'ves that marginll the pellucid lakes in l'ariadi-e. Just tlhink at it! .\ter hitotbling in the aried. sati.y desert of poliltics for twenty-four years we roud up on an oasis wh lose sprhlgts ate tiecatr atld twhose beds are roses. It it aily woitder Iijat ev ery haIr on our etlitorluti head seettis to baa jeaelhurp playiug the good old iuet". "iaitc' Rlest"? \Ve have alt eye on the 1ibtutrue, aid the fu til'e lritlrds olit before us like tihe S(eather etld of a pLeatock tll a suitIty iJutie morniging. Now is the time to su bsLribo,.-\\'Iscoinsi n Hlerald. St. Franiclsvile, ioaits of seing -about the healihlest town lu the 8etae.. Oti Washington Letter. [SPrc't AT. ('ORRERPON.DEKT1. Washinrton, April 14, 1885. Washington is not delaying Its .un al spring Inveliness. The work of clearing up the parks, trimming the ehrelf*,and setting oult plants has at last hetun, but the season Is several Ireekshehlind that of last year. Un der itepuolican Administrations the trees have been in the habit of put tlnt on their garments of green, and the gr-a inf the parka and lawns has demanded the care of the mower ear ly In Aprll. But then It is the htast and ritle of the Democratic Admln I.tra:o that it goes ow. Nothhhe of note has been none der lir the past week. either at the WhiltdTlou e or at the Executive De partitelnts The crowd of place hunters which waited for the Senate to adjourn tin der the imnresslon that when the Re pnlhlican watch edoray ot out of the way the Pre.ident would begitn a whole-nRe sweeping of the stables. In swooping down upon the White. Ponsle In large numbers. They are the smaller office seekers who are porring oIn low. and they are very rna'enous sod Imnortnnate. The IPrailent sende all applications for reeoRnitlnn that come to him to the civil service comnieslton, antd fhey arcer,ewerel by sending to tie aspi rants for office as blnk form of the apllia'inn for examination under the clvil servic- r"lem. This has greatly di*agted the ptr!tots who expected to get appointmteolts through Infli. ence, petitiins. endorsements, &e. Still, since it has henome apparent that the "harhed wire fence" as tihe clvil serviro Co'mmissloners call it, was not to ho let down even to the faithful. the nnmbher of appilea(inms In the eommnission for examination irin greatly increaed. The suhb't of the reeognition which colored applclnt, for offce shall reeelveat the Ihatid of the pres eat rdminrtitration is heing agitated. Register. Bruce of the Treasury, is a ctired man, and an ex-FSenator fronm aMl.ssisipl. It is not believed that he will te succeeded by at colored mnn althouglgt the Pre ideit promisaed thlet tile nmher of colored men in (;overnlment emlrly, should not be reduce.t under hii Administraltion Too ]ibch Dermocracy. The Missonrlans who getting back froml Washinllgton are itrmuch in the sanne state of nintit as the inipecllnl ou Irisihltlna whlo unlllderttook to work itas wsay from one pollnt to another on lhe Eria naria. The mntlre gavh out, and ltie presLdinj genil of the yes as mttimlIe bhitlt work hIis way -by pn1l tiny on thu tow-lino. Alter cogita tatig hlie cotethtdtl, "Illedad, it it had':t bi-en for the namie of the thtig, i'd just as soi t-si alked. no, hi view i" Ithe faur That they' have dtioe IIno itoeon>tidetluaile part of the werk Iltat title M1r. (';ev'eltAnd Itrs: dent. a,4d iate tow r, eel vitng their re ward Iir thue oexer.1ii I v lteinl: ex pece'-l to exescis e their ioweri of se.tcl-dial t hile o:thL ts cary olff all the test otlites, Ihe Mliwasuri Demlo crats caii hit ily vie ila:::.c.i.r on cludin^it that i' it were not for hilo Iame itf the thiing, we might jlust as well have a RepIIubhica Pur1sidoent. G lobe-Democura L. To Cet RId of Misery. Wiat is the. uie of surffering from d 'yslie, -ila, ner\ ito 1* irostration or de hility, n hs ilrown's trolu Bitters iill trti, you lip n rtit nl t these Itor rors' ot' Tl he~r iijy in every- bo.t tie f'hif t tivai:tIle title. It Imakes hati Iil n gr1,n!, aid t.ids tdittal peo. p:t ~o cheur:ul. It b, igs gord cheer ti the ii tltter table. aid rmakes tihe fartilly htpltr. It drives taway tihe blite,, atd help t ytou t einjoy a hear ty laukli. And all taio respectable drugglat, keep, it. A Fasting Girl. In Cincinnlati a sixteen-year o:.! guill recently diid aftr a fa;t of litty tto days*. sie had Ieen atta:ked hy tomettilng like iraralvsis whtih ret dered it irmlipossitle for her to take tiorritinirisi -t' The ithumanr system catn'tot It ri.ec hbittlll gosllt fiod alld goad at,;,ity to tdige.t it Weak and itmpaired ligertitol ia rectitied iy lIrownr's Iron fliIters--heflfr tiain aany ither foni, io rite world. Mr. J. F:. Freeherg, IPonleroy, [twa, saavs : "I usetd Irwnll's Iroln ittera for des pepsia and poor spiretite; completely curel1 me." It witll core ou. SHIEBAL flAT. We congratulate our readers apon receipt of news that Gen Grant's health as rapidly Improving., sld hopes expressed that he may the long to cogrltalate his friends. It seems tlhat those eminent phyillans were t, eating him for a disease which in his came did not exist, a disease said to be incurable. Upon a thor nugh diagnoris they pronounced It cancer, and to prove that was caneer, they argued sclentiliteally that ex oessive smoking (knowing he did a great deal of It) would produce can cer. After ralong all this we omea very peal dlspeatIa with ear pipe, after usingi Irtly years. The die ease ilow seems u trouble the doctors -some think it sore throat, and oth ers, who do not like to give up their original diagnosis, called it a skin cancer, which may kill n a few hours or may last a number of years, core it one place, and after a hug spell it breaks out in anotther. It is some thing like the yellow fever Aerms, Its either in the atmosphere, or its in the systemr; can't be destroyed foe want of location. Long live Gen. Grant. Mr. UV.. GKig. forenmma the L teita Democat, Leetonla, Ohio, writes SDi. S. B. HalrrCaA, Colunbus, Olae, Gentlemen: Some tame since, I had ocet sion to doubt the genuinenase of mst of thearticles thatappear in ditfesnt papess in regard toyoJr wonderful Pauva, ad my curiosity was so great that I deter mined to write to one of the sassy pe that claimed to have been cured by ti medcmn, and accordingly wrote to Mrs. J. W. Revno.d,. or New Lisbon, this county, and received the following lepiy," * I received your letter this n ad in reply would say that PauaA, 1 hbe lieve. saved my lI'e, and I can not recot mend it too h:ghly; for all complaints it is the best med.cmne in existence, It seem, to help you as you swallow it. I would advise any one sauffring from my complaant to tase PaauoA and be cua vinced. Yours truly, Mrs J. . W. y* mold+." Now, that's her card, word ISr word, and as I am well acquainted with the ladv. I do not believe she woulaid lie. It is truly wonderful how your medicia d.es do good. James L. Mooney, Prospect, Ohio, writes: " For tae past ten yas I have been suffering from ontipatib and syspepsia, and all the evil ed- that accompany t ,em. I was treated by a number of doctors, all to no effect. I used several patent medicies, which did m, no good, and about three years ego I wa serized with a severe nervous troubte and was obliged to qulit farming. thought my days would soon be over, but last winter I received one of your pamn. Sphletscalled the " Ills of Life. I at once tried your Peaeu and MANAltlN. They helped me right away. I used nine bottles otPaauA andtlireeof MANALU; and now I am quite well, and able to resume farming. I also had a little child which was attacked with a severe cramp in the stomachl; we thought it would gi into spasms. 1 used nothing but PaurxA. We gave it an injection of PauwAe and warm water, and gave it a teaspoonful of the medicine internally every half hour. It was relieved in one hour, and has not been bothered since. I have also used it with as good eflct in case of croup and colds. I know that it is a wonderful medicine, and recommend it to all who are in poor health. The above statement I ant willng to swear to." W. M. Plants. Deep Valley. Greene county, Pa., writes: * Please send me your book on the' lls of Life.' I have used one tottle of PaatlA, and am great ly benefted." BEST TONIC. 9 Ths ned'elne., combining iron with wImes re:c:lale m tni,ns, yliickty and enmpletely ( ries irapepat, tdler.Silks. 5t saesl I u, lurae Iilja mlt tlahlla.t'klea ad Fsv and t tiuralr It is an unsltnpg rnmedy for Ditseas of the K illers ad I.velr. It i. LL nlinahei fr lt Iseslls rulita te Wnetn, and all W in lese nadelitaey litea Ii ti . lno: Iijllnre the tpeeh. Ia le haead hie, tdrnde ronll aln oi -dhi ' Irml eedeardo. It can riehs ad tofritva thellbead, sltilate ie saphnitri. aids theilslnilltlon of toed. re leves Hiterthlrn nend Ie lhliiug, sud -trengt en tie iinlt:'l ilnrmnerves. Far Illtermitteilt Fevet. Irwltude, oelkf Encrg. Ac.. it has n, requl. N- lThcruulluln hu ab ove bd t at mad c'nr<d r .l :.nca o. wrapper. Take ao (hbar. e., rlli ceuwa flisIr-a s e. aera~ a a -'.)n tills In presentt given away ivlalid rla 5 I)en I pOst aige, and by mail yvuil wlllget freea li:lckage ol gcanlai of large value, that llltesrt violu itl muork thlit will at delllir Iril .via llet antiy lalster than lii.l lhing elsIe lhi Aiali-rlaa. All about iihi nu:i.uit) 1 In urenveaits with each h,ax. Ar-l.ll ealltietl everywhege, of eitl-ar vex, oi all aigee. lIlt all time time mir rl"ir lhiiao ouily, to work for us at i'i.;r uwll htonie . Fortuiies for all uwiifkrerr lttohilel eassured. Don't delav. it. EIlletL d& Co., Portland, Maine.