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An Alaraing Gf,ate of Affairs in Louisiana. STRIFE OF. THE FACTIONS Created by the lottery Question May Pre cipitate a Desperate Conflict. ARMS AND AMMUNITION Are Being (lathered br the Opposing Iar tlM and All tlga Point tu ihe HhedUlna. or IllooU. , . NkjvOki.eans, Fob. 15. There Is to be a conference Tuesday between com mittees from the lottery and anti-lottery whirrs of the democratic party. The idea is to arrange a compromise, agreo on terms by which the great gambling enterprise may exist a year or bo longer, withdraw the two demo cratic tickets in the Held and name a new ono which both factions may sup port It is not considered likely that the differences will be adjusted. There is an intensity of feeling on this lottery question that cuu scarcely bo quieted by committee action. Xoither side is willing to niako any concessions. It is considered much more probable that the points involved will be debated with the convincing argument of riiles, than that they will be decided over a council table, 'i'licre is no room for compro mise, the anti-lottery people believe, and they decline Unit it the Louisiana lot tery can not be killed by tho law it must be downed in blood. During the last three months thirty "dernocraiic" clubs have been organ ized one i-i each ward of tlio city. The mem bcn.h !; of the Individual clubs ranges from fifty to ,TU men, and the aggregate enrollment is 5,000, possibly more. As tho election for governor will take place in April the forming of these clubs attracted hut little atten tion. As the clubs were formed and tho membership pre v thero was a sin gular commercial movement At no time since Ken Butler assumed munici pal control has there been such a steady tlemand for firearms as during the last few months.' The prices of Winches ters advanced and shotguns became nearly as valuable as and scarcer than jewelry. Soon neither rifles or fowling pieces were to be had, and manufac turers had difficulty in filling orders. Then it was learned that the new ward clubs wero cauning the unprecedented demand for weapons. Their weekly meetings were socret and were devoted to instructing the members in the man ual of arms. The members of these clubs are associated for business. When it appears to them that the lot tery has such a firm grip on the institu tions of the state that the ordinary po .Mical and legislative methods can not . Ksen Its hold they will begin the i ransactlon of the business for which they wore organised. This will be taking control of the stato government by force. Tho anti-lottery faction is not alone in preparing for bloodshed. Tho friends of the vast gambling corporation will also have an army at its call, but these forces will not huvo tho discipline nor tho stamina which may bo looked for among tho autis When the lottery men began to arrange for tho purchase of arms they fonrU that hardly a Win chester or a revolver was to be had in town. Realizing that the nntis had al ready made preparations for the ex pected conflict, they hastily subscribed a considerable sum which was for warded to a New Kngland gun factory and a shipload of rifles was soon stored in a warehouse on tho ' levee here. There Is an old stututo which forbidt tho storing of arms In Louisiana except such as are kopt on sale in stores or be long to military or Mnizntions, Tht government will y gently confiscate these warehoused , ins, and in the event of an armed en ulict the bodies ol the lottery men will iie pef orated with bullets which theiro n money paid for. Ilsuk O.Krl.:l '.Kllrtril. J ackao!, Tc'iu., !'.!. n True billi Lave been found bv tha rrranil W. against N. 8. WUij and J. W. Theus, president and cashl.-r of the bank ol Madisoti, which sitspjiided In Septem ber, 1830. They arc cliarge.l with ie coiving money fur deposit hnowiug the insolvency of tha iMii'.r. Jlr it. An r W . ,rt a Divorce Sioux 1'ali.s. S. .')., Fob. 15. The di vorce case of Illaine vs. Itlaine Is prac tically settled A decree will be grunts to Mrs. James (i. lllaino, Jr., by de fault The defendant has disobeyed every order of the court and is now 1b contempt for having failed to pay the nit fees and alimony, A Kellc of Haruarl.m. NKWt'ASTi.r., Del, Feb. 15. Nln prisoners were fas toned to the whipping post Saturday and given from three to twenty lashes by '.he shoriff, according to the grade of the crime for which they bad been convicted. Three of the num ber sentenced for more serious crimes la addition to the whipping were obliged to remain in tho pillory one hour each. Sarah Altkaa U Insane. Sas Francisco, Fob. 15. Sarah Al ibea Terry, who gained such notoriety byherdivoroe suit against ex-Senator Mharon and her subsequent marriage wlthJulge Terry, has become insani over spiritualism. She has disappeared, Urorgtane favor Cleveland. Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 15. The Atlants Journal prints a poll of tho stato ol Georgia on presidential preferences. Correspondents were instructed to in view twelvo of the most prominent democrats in each county. The result shows an overwhelming majority tot Cleveland. s 1 Cum of tlia Hotel ftojral fire, Nbw Youk. Feb. U The Are marshal in his report of the Hotel Royal firs finds thot tho fire s'.srUid in the ele vator shaft in one of the upper storiei and was probably fan.rd by the el vator man nstinr n enndio to discover leak in tlir ga pipe. ELECTROCUTION. It Is Employed at Mug Bins; as a Meant ofEmltug the Days or Murderer Moll valne. New YoRK.Feb. 9. Charles Mcllvalne was shocked to death in the prison hero, the first contact being made at 11:18 a. m. Monday. The duration of contact was forty-five seconds. In a fow seconds after the current was out off by order of Dr. MocDonald, froth issued from the mouth and almost sim ultaneously thero was a quick gurgling exilltion and as quick a recovery, like a person strangling of water going the wrong way. The current was at once reapplied and continued for forty-five seconds when the doctors examined the wrist and jugular vein for pulsations; thero wero none, and after examination by all the doctors present the subject was declared dead. Mcllvalne went to his death calmly. When lie was brought into tho room he looked quickly about and then fixed his eyes on tho chnir. At a sign from the chief keeper ho walked over to it un flinchingly and sat down. Then he Btared straight nhend of him as the deputies quickly adjusted the straps and drew them tight. As tho face strap was adjusted Mcllvaino grew excited and shouted: "Let her go." Instantly the current of 1,700 volts was turned on. The doctors, with one exception, believe lifo and con sciousness were destroyed at the same instant As compared with the Kerain ler execution that of Mcllvalne was much less distressing. The autopsy revealed that there were slight blisters from the boated water in the electrode. The hands, which had remained completely Im mersed, were in no degree disfigured in the surface, but the wrists had each a slight blistered ring where they had been wet upon immersion but had been withdrawn at the convulsion at tending the first contact At the calf of tho leg, where the second contact had been made, instead of at the bands, there had been something more than blistering the rigid tightening of the muscles having pressed the sponge dry and heat resulting to singe the surface. Frof Van Gieson finished the autopsy at 3:45 p. m. Tho examination showed that the heart and brain were perfect ly normal. No traces of insanity were found At Mcllvtflne's trial Insanity was set up as a partial defense. The doctors declare that Mcllvalne was killed by shock, and the execution was pronounced a successful one. Dr. MacDonnWl was asked if he be lieved that consciousness and life were destroyed at the same instant "Conscious life was unquestionably instantly destroyed," was the answer. "And you regard tho expulsion of sputum aud the sounds from the throat as purely reflex muscular results?" "Unquestionably," was the reply. Assemblyman M. J. Stein, who through his persistenteffortssucceeded last week in having representatives of the press admitted to the electrocution, was probably the most interested witness. Iu un Interview Immediately after the exectlon he pronounced the execution a most cruel and unnatural one, which bad made him sick. He said that Lo would use all his influence to have the law of execu tion by electricity repealed immediate ly. "I t is a disgrace to a civilized state," he Mild, "and ought not to bo allowed in our statutes, I do not want to wit ness another execution and cannot sny whether death was instuntuncous or not." The chair used was ono never liefore employed. It Involved in its construc tion a new feature that of provision for application of current through both bunds, lis had some time ago been sug gested by Thomas A. Edison. The chair itself is the outgrowth f ideas held by Frison Yardmastcr IHIbert, who since the quadruple execution last July has been studying to effect electric con tacts without burning or scalding the skin of the subject. On each side at the arms was a jar into which the hands were immersed ia a solution of salt The arms were strapped at the elbow and wrists and the contact at the head was made at the forehead. An electrode, as in previous cases, hero wus present for uso on the leg in case of failure or mishap at the other points of contact The first contact was made through hands and head; tho second through the head and calf of tho right log. Rubber sacks of warm water hung aloft with rubber tubes to the electrodes for automation wetting of tho sponges. Mellritlnii us nul quite IP year old when he oommliu-d hl It-rrllilu rrlme, and he had Just tKK-n murrlnl loaifirl mill younger tlwu him If. When paining ihrouifh Jny stnt't.un open window In (iruc".' ( lirtsilsn Lucas' house at tracted Mellvnlu s attention. It wus "an easy mark." lie thought, and telling his companion to null, bo removed hi shoes and climbed up to the window. While ho was searching tor plucder Lucas surprised him. Mcllvalne whlpi-d out a knife, and, a Lucas approached, plunged It strain and again into the man's body. When Lucus dropped dead It was with fourteen wounds showing where the bur glar knife bad struck. Mrllrnlne was captured red-handed. He had two trials the Jury each time finding him guilty of murder In the first degrue. Three times lbs week of bis death has been tlxod. Ills cane ho born carried through all the suits courts and to the supreme court of the United htalea, and more than two yi-urs have elapsed since his aw ful crime appalled the people of Urouklya and New York. Hanged Himself. Milwavkf.k, Feb, 0. Theodore Uriui, a prisoner in the county jail awaiting trial In the federal court on charge of selling liquor to tho In dians in Oconto county, bunged him self in his cell Monday morning. Eight Killed In a llloe. Iit'K.Nos Athrs, Feb. 9. The elec tions Monday throughout Argentine were accompanied by muny riots. In Santa Lucia parish the mob fired upon the police, who defended themselves. Eight were killed and thirty-six wounded, some of them fatally. The elections resulted In a complete victory for the qoalltlon party. Liberal win at Halt Lake. Salt Lake City, Utah, Feb. 0. At the city election Monday the liberals carried tbeir ticket by the beat (est plurality ever known hore. It will not be less than 1.500. DIGGING FOR THE DEAD Among the Ruins of the Hotel Royal at New York City. Seventeen Charred Bodies Taken From tha Debris, Only Mis or Which Could be Identified The Search Aban doned Without Finding . Any Mora Vic tims., . , .,, New York, Feb. 0. The sixth body to be taken out of the ruins of the Hotel Boyal was found at 9 o'clock Monday morning. It was found in a room on the top floor. It was apparently that of a woman, but was so badly burned as to make identification impossible. The seventh body was found soon after ward. It was that of a man. It was lying in a mass of ruins, and bad evi dontally fallon with a mass of timber from an upper floor. At 10 o'clock the eighth body was found. It was that of a man. It was lying among the debris in the cellar of tho hotel. How many charred and mangled bodies are still buried bencnth the ruins of the hotel is a question of horrible uncertainty. The number of persons in the build ing when the fire broke out was 151 Of these twelvo are known to be dead. Eighty-two were roscued by the fire men before the walls collapsed and fifty-eight are still missing. Among those who wero rescued from the flam ing building aro twenty-four who are more or less seriously burned and bruised. The work of identification is very slow. This is due partly to the horri ble condition of the bodies recovered. A stronger reason, it is believed, is that many persons do not wish to make pub lic through identification the names of relatives and friends possibly among the dead in order to avoid scandal. All afternoon the Italians continued their work on the ruins. The heaps of de bris grew higher and higher until For tieth strest was completely blocked The work was continued all night Mr. Oalligan, the contractor, said that he thought it would be three days before the ruins could be entirely removed and examined. At 0:50 the body of the tenth victim was found. It was that of a man ap parently 40 years old. The front of the body was badly burned, but the back was in fairly good condition. Soon af terward the trunk of a woman was found. There were no marks on the body by which it could be indetified. At 8 o'clock body No. 12 was-found. It was the trunk of a woman and was found near the Fortieth street entrance to the hotel. The legs and arms were gone and nothing was found near the body by which it might be recognized. Twenty minutes later the laborers found the foot of a human being wedged in under a plana At this point work was stopped temporarily. The victims of the fire were removed to the morgue at the foot of Twenty-sixth street as fast as possible. . , Nw Yoiik, Feb. 10. The digging and delving into the Hotel Ilnyal rains for tho unfortunate victims of Sunday morning's fire were continued yesterday in a vigorous and efficient manner. That portion of the ruins underneath where the office and dininfr room of the hotel had been was cleaned of debris by 3 o'clock. Up to that hour seventeen bodies had been recovered. There is still a great mass of ruins remaining in the further end of the excavation over against the wall of the Fortieth street portion of the building, which is still standing. It ia behind this wall that the elevator shaft was located and Im mediately over which the upper ball ways converged. There, it is expected, the greatest number of bodies will be found. All day long and into the night crowds of curiosity seekers surrounded the ruins. A large force of police kept the people well out of bounds and they could see but little of the black, gaping bole in which so many horrors lie con cealed. About an hour and a half ti ter the seventeenth body bad been re moved the Workmen discovered a foot near where the last body bad been found. The coroner decided that it was one of the missing portions of that body and ordered it to be placed in the coffin containing it A few feet from where the foot was found a quantity of oloth ing was unearthed. On it was the name "C. A. Forbes." A few minutes later the diamonds of Mra Uattie Van Nor den wero found in a silver casket Three oiher bodies were positively Identified. That in coffin No. 1 was recognized as Mrs. J. Cohen, aged 80 years, of Toronto, Ont The body in coffin No, 4 was recognized as that of Lewis Levy, 48 years old, also of To ronto. Archibald Jacobs, a brother of Mra Cohen, made the Identification in both cases. Tho third body identified was that contained in box No. & It was identified by Charles Blake, of Stamford, Conn., as that of his sister, Sarah Iilako, who was 80 year old. So far but six of the bodies recovered have been identified. Fire Marshal Mltcboll has instituted a searching Investigation into the origin of tha fire which caused the disaster. A number of employes were examined yesterday, but all had different theories as to the causa, of the fire and nothing definite was brought out New York, Feb. 1L The worst in re gard to the Hotel Boyal fire Is now known. Seventeen persons In all, six men and eleven women, is the sum total of the dead. Contractor Gallagan has withdrawn his men from the ruins. Dying by Thousands. London, Feb. 18. A dispatch from Penza, capital of the Russian govern ment of that name, gives additional de tails regarding the horrible suffering among the peasants in that famine stricken district Birds drop dead from the oold and men are found frozen to death along the road. Typhus and other fevers and diseases are slowly mowing down the inhabitants. There are 200 dead around Penza and 18,000 people are being fed by charity. Mat ters are still worse in other dlstriots and in Samara, Saratov, Charkov, Ksz ama and Nljni-Novojord, the Inhabit ants are dying by thousands. Mother and Baby Happy. Why? BaMea are the same now u thoy ever have been. Dr. Hand'i rrnnedlMi have naved the Uvea of nanny of our best cUltiu who live to bleu him. The tutme reined Uw are an Rood and effectual for their children now. Price, UHa per bottle. Oasdxhqtoii, O., Not, Oth, 1891. The Hand Mtdirint Co. Gkntliiucn; Harfng rwelvedyotir Tamable little bouk. and also uni-le of Oolio Cure, which you so kindly pent me, 1 will pay In reply plMM accent mjr rnnat sinoare thanks for name aa it wurka like a charm. Would have tnawerod sooner, but waitwl until I could thorouchir tetU it which I did and found It doe all you claim fur ft and even mora, and does nut laara any un pleasant efleota after giving ft to the ootid. 1 have used nianr remedies for child ron, but this beat thorn all. Ton can use this as a test tmnnial If ym wish, snd would that all mothers of colicky babies knew of tliis good medicine. I know after once using it they nover would be without it. Yours very truly. Mil. ADbLlA AttllBROOK. A little book, Olnsrnted, full of nsefol hints In the care of children, how to treat them in siokness, and how to keep them In health, or a tHul bottle of Dr. lUnd'i Uolio Cure will be sent Free if you write THE HAND MEDICINE CO., 305 Chtrry Strttt. Philadelphia,. For sale by F. D. Felt. Recommended aa the Best. IX La Muu, Plymouth Co., Ia., May. 1889. I tun .red from tamporary sleeplatsnms from orarwork lor two years, for which I used Taator Koenlg's Narva Tonic, and can recommend same at tha beat medicine (or similar trouble. 1 BOUNUURST. BnKEitgaT, Ohio, Nov. 11, 18U0. Mywuewas troubled with nervoutneaa, which o affected bar mind that I became very much alarmed, as a mental derangement was Buredl tary. After nilng I'astor Koenlg's Nerve Tnnle en day iheaonld sleep soandly, ber lamenting caued, and lean say that ber mental condition a very much Improved, J08EPH A. FLAUTT. , .. . Tolkdo, Ohio, Nov. 7, 1800. I certify that Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonic baa had a wonderful effect. Prior to Ming it I bad plleptio Ots two or three times a day, and I nave beau abject to them for the but eevan Tssrs. UB& M. OOUMAN, FREE A Valuable Hook an Nervous l)leee sent rrea to any eddreKS, and poor p.tienu can alito obtain till uietliciue free of charge. Till fwmMWh been DreDared by the ftflrnrend P.vtujr Koeniff, of Port Warne, lnd elnce una, and 1, or prauarvd under bis directiou by Uie 0NIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. I'.rOraiarhtsatairornntila. COtF'S ; . . . OErttlturji-tO. f. J p pi- for full pnrtlRiilnraofDr OCnQ 0 lElllS UrcRR's i:icctro Ilrlta A Appliance. They always Cnro, AdlrM( Tli OrrcsT Fleotro Cure Co..' 601 Inter. Ocean liuilding, Chicago, Ills. H& 8CHOOL-6VSH0RTHWI0. Skirted teachers. Thorough work. Modern mrth. oda. Low ezpea e. IW per cent, of era na.cr in (rood position. Commercial, Shorthand, pe writing andpractlcnl KnglUh Coura a. dat toguc. addrcM KX.llcredilh, 1'rin.. Band aky.O, 22. H. WAIT, Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Mechanic Street .first door eastof American House. f!TAP LARGE PROFITS ' Cv I" "'.initio U)lfrVthrratmana- Ty-tum i ii m- lusll I k I peranraeulMrh. T miles "iolh of Cuicaco. 8 fartorlee located In 8 month. 190, a nralrto; lhw, aclty of 4,000 1Mb- le. Lota 1X8 and upwards. Adore, of ph'to;rphlc view of factories and build-' in, and fall Information, THfi BARVET LAID ABS'l. Xaolrarv, Ohloage. oiatzsauBTJammBBBSBBBBsmamamamm When I ssy Cvrnm I de not mean mereiy t 'top them for a time, and then bare them n urn again. I mean A KADICAX, CUIUS. -' I bae made the disease of TITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS , lift-long study. I WARRArr my remedy i . 'I! km tha worat ciua. . liecaius others ba- .tiled la no reason for not uowrotalving acui , snd at our for a trsatisa and eras ItOTTLa t lay ISFALMBLB KltMBbT. OlT Ksprfc" ' u(i l'ot OiUoe. It coru yon nothing tut al, and it will cure yo. Address I.C ROOT.M.C, lt3PtAM.STNNtwTC) 0 q P 0 a I vim. FOTOS THE PERFECTION BAKER AND ROASTER A SCLf-BASTINQ ROASTEIf AND UNRIVALLED BAKER COMBINED. The Franklin Mfg. Co, Columbus, THIS RoMter and Baker ! the mot mafia uuJ perfect of it kind in uie. Thebove cut lllu trte the lain both cloied and pirllyopau. In couitruction it ii very limple, and it mod of w.iPSJ"?i."al clo,'n: " ,"ch " 10 ' o"" co,mm!nd " No oth" Bker ha. thia great improvement. With llm there need be no more burnt handi or icorched facn. All that ii neceiiary when you want to look at the rtic. : being cooked. to turn one part of th lid back. Th.y are made of the bent iron, have tation ry handle ,d are thoroughly made throiuzhout. Thei can be uied for Ve'geuEle. ' '" lMat Bead, Clke' Ru,k"' Bi,cui,"i Pom nd A Few Reasons why the Perfection Baker and Roaster is the Best Cooking Utensil in Use. Mean, Poultry, Game and Fish, when cooked i i the usual way in an open pan, m eviry co, k or noutekeeuerknowi, loe largely by ihrinkace, and by cienti6c experiment! it hut been ascertained that one-third of the weight l lo.t. (A Joint of moat weaning ten pminds purchaned from the butcher, will weigh but nx pound when roattedin n ooen panl, the jui - and fl ,vor encaping, leav ing them dry nd tough, while the rticle roast e-l in lliia Koaster and H.ker will retain their whole we'Cv enilc"' . ,l" "I"."" flavor and rirh Juice which they nnlurully ponci. The proceaiconmt.of confining thelapor genrr-ted in cooking, in a cloeil p; n; the mean, etc., are cooked at a low temperature, and th vapor, inntead of being allowed to pa off with the ioi atile part of th meat into the oven and thence into the loom, ia condrnied, end the flavor re tain.d in the pan, making a rich anil deltcioua gravy, and at the lame liaie making Ihe me: t more palatable, nutntiou and digestible. Alio aavmg the trouble of conitantly watching, baiting and turning. Bread, Cakei, Biscuit, elc, baked in the Roaster and Baker are tweeter, lighter and milch belter than when baked in an open pan. Ovena that with an open pan bak poorly, with tliii Koaiter and Baker bike well and evenly, a the heat ii iqualized in th Roanter and linker instead of in the ov.n, it being impossible to burn, but baking tha crust equal and tender on all aides. Cedes roasted in thia Baker retains its oil, and ia richer than when roasted in any other, and re quires only to be shaken a few times. A simple trial will convince any housekeeper or cook that what is claimed of this Roaster and Baker falls short of the actual advantagas derived from ita use. No family that appreciate, good cooking should ba without it. When one used and it merits ascertained it becomes indispensable. if you roast er bak in this, two different article in the same oven will not taste alike, as they do In th open pans where each' become, impregnated with Ihe mined vapor. The price of this Roaster i. but little more than that of the common pan. of tike material. We will lend .tha tame, express prepaid, for $1.60. Caah must accompany order. Or, we will (end it C. O. D. by express, with privilege of examination, where Sue. is lent to pay return charge.. Directions for usiac accompany each Baker. See this Baker before buying and you will use no other. Address orders to THE FRANKLIN MANUFACTURING CO., Deshler Block. WA ffoorf. llvei Agent wanted In thin 1804. P1EST NATIONAL BANK. " wellhtotoit, okio capitals 100,000.00, subplus $15,000.00. Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New. York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts Issued on all European countries. S.S.WAENEB, President. ' E. A. HOBB.CasM WM. CUSHION, Jr.. Ass't Cashier. 8.8.WAHNER 8.K.LAUNDOM No Money Required of Responsible Partiss to Commence Treatment formerly of New York, now The France Medical and Surgical Insti tute, of Columbus, Ohio, by request of many friends and patients, has decided to visit Wellington, O., Monday, March 14, 1892. Consultation and Examination n'rvf snd Strictly Conflilentinl In the Private Parlor nf the American House from 8 a, ro. to 5 p. m. one rtsy nnlv. The France Medical snd Surgical Institute of Columbus, Ohio, is the only Aleiltcul Institute in the State IncorporiilKlwlih aCarjltalol$:jOO,000.00. . . TVs t a wsii i in mini fc.y-iSiaaJJ tuHiuuiU4MUHiJil,'"-- , THK CKI.KRHAtaD RYAMiNINft PUVBICIAN OF TUB ' FIZAXCB MEDICAL AND SURGICAL IN8T1TUTI3. 3d ft iO W. Gaj SLt oat Mod: urtl or Slatt Hoost. CoIitmlnu,a iDwnonlei 1886. Catftdmm ; Dm, Fx a Mci, of New York, tb wll known and aceMBfal 8poHftl.nl m Chrottte DlMwt n4 PUmiMtor th F.reand Ear.onftoooontof his litrgo pnuuir taObkiahtu etftU.ikliti lh rSAKCl KUICAL IHSTITUtf 1, wttere all fornt of Ctaftl. 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Each penwm applrlng f-r mrt.rjil trhU WtnttbonUtMntlorhnnrttromtUiiountwt hue (that ytaaswl ll rut ta Ihe Dummy preferred), wbtnh w.U racrlre a earaftil Ahrmioal anil nittrnaoti(Wj axamtnaiiortw r a rerwot ruiied in hoMithbriiiilrai-ned prnuindar. ho keep tridi.iff wllh tticiA inonth after inonthagivlntf poUoiwueAndtojur -1 - UOfiainCnrni rifOCC Icrtprtcd In o'd cnw.ilch have rPplortM or tinekUlfulIt nUNULnrUL uUiirl frwntp!. 0 oxpmnieiit or failurea. I'Arliot HtutUnl by ti.efl iwTosptt bill vlmtti ''i'K tH'iirWwnl w.iiiltati4n U prrfrre4i. Cnrnhta raiwt rureiite4a - Afna(;lrtr,J,fi,.,ir,t,.Moitl TivntmnitaenlC.O. !. many nnrtof U.fl. ; IP, : : U .utliU' Willie ApUMy'-V-l. ' '-':.' " Ohio, Patonlaet snd Manufacturers, . 'Tiorsi. COLUMBUS. OHIO. locality. 1881. R.A.nORR. . CW.HORR. EDWARDWE8T. iiNffterfismloilwwn. Wf)wiRrraaM a pwrHH , war i a. aii nii Mota, aaa a mmxmj swwu.ii m taa ftaua vLwfwpm . , . RrVATl Dl81Aflr-tiJ IMww, Ttaaroat Talal, ; nUatairlaMir. H1hU 1 '---- LaaaM akff NataasaJ a raaaMf lUtuJ Uroct, bultl IWlra Ii Halisr 'raw, . tnlr ttm pnx4tti kaVbiU f Tta ar swtaiaU abita f n. tara yoari, or aaf cum (feat atotliutaa laaauaal naMioat, irrjir aaJ atn iut arbiir 4r4. Cosia.'Ma aasl sirUtlr i caadtiB)l. AbMltiu aara taaraairMft. Ne rlrta lacarrai. CMriMa4eafl prMRpttf aaawrtW. aa4 atatasia aaat ftat fraai aoMiTftilja It all aaiu ( laa tsltul dUloa. &I0EABC9 07 WOMKlf.-tf Mr tr1 vm, tiitg(t,i.tf artiiici, o4 av actiirir ta lb ? tmiskral af dlinpri f rnvrntm. Kt if wmjiUt. aur afarvuiut, akfihrr by lni at In ramn. kFf.n tht am tora f.l and i.ait'trau aimtloa. ImptwtsrJ it 94 ft a whiah ktt at hitiirf) tbtibUlafaJltaa t r yyiUlaai ha tha twflataralullaS0'tU al akuiot, apv" .1.-.-. la trweVawat ardlaratwa pnim ts fantalra. oar racfftv t-a-T-rf "tuM, iwotbtr'ta af ar aaUtaia kwlat i4twa, w 1, na4, Marvtam, iafla, hb ami poor. Oar vrttwd U t nUfdy Itro from ) tlsiaabla Uatura of IW aaaaral sfatHia, t.aaMr. " Loa irratasaaL - wa awirfa ititi it naotTMary. (itt 1 aies, atMitaiaai aaa Hv-u, at taa aaaa anut. Mdiaa aow ta aai uaaweivaa. FPTtsTTCT. OR rXTB-wUJtrt i: . r I BT I af?cr (auiiai awtbaxi.