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Harrison and Morton For Presi
dent and Vice-Presidont.
Kerr York Votes For Harrison Tor Presi
dent and Elects Hill Governor The
Result in Otlier States of the
New York, Nov. 7. The opinion formed
last night wbk'Ii gave the State of New
York to Harrison for President and to
Hill, Democi.it, for Governor, is confirmed
by later scattering returns. The districts
et to be hoard from cast in 1884, a total of
V4.020 votes. Reports by counties indi
cate a further gain of 5,200 for Harrison.
If the scattering precincts not heard from
keep up the drift shown in adjoining pre
cincts heard from, Harrison's plurality
will'bo from 5,000 to 10,000 and Hill's about
The Telegram says: "So far the election
of Harrison stands recorded as next to
certain. Now York has drifted to the Re
publican column and made his victory cer
tain if the other States remain as they did
New Yop.K, Nov. 8. Harrison has un
doubtedly carried New York State with a
Levi P. Morton.
plurality of nearly 10.000 not more.
is conceded by the Times, the &tar and the
Indiaxapolis, ImL, Nov. 8 At 10:S0
last evening the Democratic committee
rooms vrere deserted. The janitor had full
possession 'of the lower rooms. In the
chairman's private room Mr. Jewett and
three or four assistants were engaged in
figuring on the result on the Legislative
and Congressional tickec Mr. Sherin had
gone home. Chairman Jewett greeted
the Associated Press correspondent
pleasantly and, in answer to tho sug
gestion that ho might have something to
say regarding the political situation in the
State, said: "The indications are that the
Republican Electors have carried the
State, but the official count may show
differently. The probability is that we
have elected part of our State ticket. Wo
have elected ten Congressmen, a gain of
four. We have a certain majority in the
State Senate of six and in the lower house
of twenty, giving us control on joint bal
lot. I do not care to say any tiling about
the methods by which this was accom
San Francisco, Nov. 8. Tho returns
throughout California aro coming in very
slowly, and as there are no complete city
or county returns, no basis of comparison
with the vote of 1881 is possible. Tho Re
publicans and Democratic State Commit
tees both claim tho State, the former by
from 7,000 to J,C00, while the Democrats
contend that the Democratic Presidential
ticket will have a majority of 2,000 to
3,000. The city of San Francisco hn& been
carried by the Democrats.
CniCAGO. Nov. 8. Tho vote of eighty
four counties, including Cook, shows ma
jorities for Harrison of 38,943 and for
Cleveland of 19,373. The remaining eight
een counties in 1S84 gave Blaine 5,bS4 and
Cleveland G.542. Assuming that these
eighteen counties not yet fully reported
give the same result as in 18S4, the State
will now give a plurality for Harrison of
18,912. It is safe to say, therefore, that
Harrison's plurality will be 19,000.
Eighty-six counties, including Cook, give
pluralities for Fifer of 35,218, Palmer 27,
3.TO. Tho remaining sixteen counties in
1SS4 gave pluralities for Blaine of 5,659 and
Cleveland 4.35G. Assuming that Fifer will
loso in these sixteen counties in about the
same ratio, as in those reported, his plural
ity over Palmer in the Slate will be about
7,800. It is not believed his plurality can
vary 1,000 votes from this figure.
CnATTANOOOA, Tenn., Nov. 8. H. Clay
Evans, Republican, defeats Creed F
Bates, Democrat, for Congress from the
Third Congressional district of Tennessee.
His majority is eighty-six. This is tha
first Republican Congressman ever elected
from the district.
Philadelphia, Nov. &, Returns from
every county in the State show a plurality
for Harrison of 72,949, a Democratic gain
of 6,071 as compared with the vote for
President in 18S4.
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 8. Complete re
turns give Clevelnnd, 74,904; Harrison, 74.
619; Fisk, 4,181; Cleveland's plurality, 335.
For Governor, Morris, Democratic, has
74,944; Bulkeley. Republican, 73,426;
Camp, Prohibitionist, 4,130. For Con
gress, Wilcox defeats Lines in the Sec
ond district by 835 plurality; Russell, Re
publican, is returned from the Third dis
trict. In the Fourth district, F. W.
Seymour, Democratic, is elected
by a plurality of 293. The State
Senate stands eight Democrats and eight
een Republicans; the House 105 Demo
crats and 144 Republicans and a Repub
lican majority on joint ballot of 94. The
Legislature will elect Bulkely as Gov
Richmond, Va., Nov. S. Great excite
ment prevailed hero yesterday, in striking
contrast with tha quiet situation of Tues
day. Cleveland has carried the State by
a reduced majority. The Democrats elect
six Congressmen, Republicans one and
Ckableston, S. C., Nov. 8. Tho only
opposition to Democrats for Congress was
,ln the Second district. Elliott, Democrat,
is elected by about 700 majority.
IrrrxE Rock, Ark Nov. a Fear is ax
pres i here that the First and Second
Congressional districts ara Jost to the
Democrats. Featherstons (Wheeler)
sri 'far iltsZi t
c'aims the election In tha First
Cate. Democrat, and Clayton, Republican,
claims to Lave beaten Breckinridge by
2,000 majority in the Second. The Demo
cratic State Central Committee still claim
both districts. Authentic returns can not
be had from either district for some time.
CoLUiiurs, O., Nov. 8. Tho two commit
tees are coming closer together in their es
timates of the result in the Stato. At
cloven o'clock the Democratic Committeo
stated they bad reports from sixty-six out
of eighty-eight counties in the State and
their gains were over 6,030, leaving a Re
publican plurality of about 17,000. Some
of the strongest Democratic counties had
not vet been heard from, but the Repub
lican plurality will be about 15.003. They
concedo tho election to Morey. Republican,
in the Seventh district and still claim the
election of Saltzgaber, Democratic, in the
Sixth, but there is not yet complete infor
mation in this last particular. Chairman
Capeller, of the Republican Committee,
gave out a statement that returns from
county committeemen from nearly every
county in the State givo a Republican plu
rality of 20,202 on the National ticket.
Des Moines, Iowa,Nov.8. Twentv-thrce
counties complete gives steady Repub
lican gains that indicate a Republican
plurality of 50,000 for Harrison. Tho State
ticket is but littles behind and the Railroad
Commissioners are not scratched as badly
as was supposed. The Republican candi
dates will all be elected. Republicans
havo elected every Congressman bot one
by sweeping majorities. Weaver and
Anderson, two Independents in the last
Congress, aro both defeated by large
majorities. The only Democratic Con
gressman elected is Hayes in the Second
Jacksonville. Fin., Nov. 8. Florida
gives Cleveland Electors and Democratic
State ticket a majority of something less
Denver, Col., Nov. 8. Returns from the
Colorado election, both State and Arapahoe
County (Denver) are unusually slow com
ing in. Partial returns indicate the elec
tion of tho Republican ticket by majorities
ranging from 8,000 to 12,000. The next
General Assembly -will probably be as fol
lows: Senate Democrats, C; Republicans,
19; House Democrats, 10; Republic
New Orleans, Nov. 8. Tho oClcial re
turns from tho Second Congressional dis
trict, except two small precincts on tho
Gulf coast, give Coleman, Republican, 571
majority. Tho two unreported precincts
will probably reduce the majority 40. Tho
State will probably give Cleveland 30,003
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 8. Tho full re
turns from all tho counties in the State,
as collected by the Sun, are as follows:
Cleveland's total vote, 105,740; Harrison's,
102,34; Fisk's, 4,832; Cleveland's plural
ity, 3,500. against 11.118 in 18S4. In tho
Fifth district the Rcnublicans claim to
have elected Mudd to Consress bv a plu
rality of 33.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 8. Returns from
the more remote sections of this State are
coming in very slowly. However, suffi
cient already have been received to place
Harrison's majority much larger than
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 7. Michigan has"
gone ReDnblican by a plurality ranging
from 13,000 to 18,000 on the electoral ticket.
Luce, Republican, for Governor runs be
hind the rest of tho ticket, but notmoro
The Republicans gain two Congressmen
certainly and perhaps three, Ford and
Tarsney being defeated in the Fifth and
Sixth districts respectively. Tho Tenth is
still in doubt. The Legislature is safely
Republican on joint ballot, insuring the
election of a Republican Senator to suc
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 7. The Demo
cratic plurality in Now Jersey is now esti
mated at 5,000. Tho Democrats elect to
Congress Geisenhaler in the Third dis
trict, Fowler in tho Fourth and McAdoo in
the Seventh. The Republicans elect Bergen
in the First, Buchanan in tho Second,
Backwith in the Fifth and Leblbach in
the Sixth. Tho Legislature will bo Donio
cratic by a close vote. Tho Senate stands
Democrats 11, Republicans 10. This u tho
first time in ten years that tho Democrats
have had the Senate. Tne lower house is
claimed by tho Republicans to ba a tie, but
tho Democrats say they have a majority.
The closeness of tho Legislatu o will mnko
the contest for United States Senator next
winter unusually exciting.
St. Louis, Nov.S. The Democrats State
Committco has complete and incomplete
returns from about fifty of the 114 counties
in this State, which indicate that Cleve
land will havo a plurality of 30,030 in the
Stato, and Francis, Democrat, for Gov
ernor, will have a plurality of 14.000.
Those returns embrace tho voto of St.
Louis, Kansas City and all the largo cities
in the State.
Unofficial returns of tho voto of this city
show most extraordinary and altogether
surprising results. Harrison's majority is
over 6,000. Kimball, Republican, for Gov
ernor, has over 10,000 majority and tho
Republican city ticket will range from
about 3,000 majority for sheriff to 9,000 for
other candidates. In the Eighth Con
gressional district John J. O'Neill, Demo
crat, present incumbent, is beaten by
Henry F. Niedringhaus, Republican,
by 1,800 and in the Ninfi district Nathan
Frank, Republican, who was beaten two
years ago by John M. Glover, is now
elected over Castleman, Democrat, by
2,100. In the Teuth district, which is com
posed of several of the southern wards of
the city and nine outlying counties, suffi
cient returns are received to indicato the
eiect-.on or .h.insey, Republican, over
Clardy, the present incumbent, by t. band
Topeka, Kan.. Nov. 8. Returni havo
been received from every county in Kan
sas. An estimate made by Chairman
Booth of the Republican committee on the
reports received give Harrison 70,000 ma
jority over Cleveland and 65.000 majority
for the entire Republican State ticket. The
Legislature is almost solidly Republican.
The Republicans havo elected all but four
members ,and two of these districts ore
in doubt. Every Republican Senator is
elected but two, one in Leavenworth and
one in Labette County.
A special to the Post from Alexandria,
Va., says that W. W. Scott, secretary of
the Democratic State Committee, claims
the State for Cleveland by a reduced ma
jority, pr .bably between 4.000 and 5,000.
Returns from 162 towns and cities of
New Hampshire givo Harrison 30,893:
Cleveland, 23,342; scattering. 1,506. The
same places in 1884 gave Blaine 28,703;
Cleveland, 25,935; scattering, 1,515. Re
publican net loss, 75S.
Harrison's plurality in Iowa will prob
ably exceed 30,000. Weaver in the Sixth
district and Anderson in the Eighth aro
both defeated, giving tha Republicans
every Congressman in the State but one.
The Minnesota Republican State Com
mittee claim a plurality of 25,000 for Har
rison and Morton, 16,000 for Merriam, Re
publican candidate for Governor, 20,000
for the remainder of the Stats ticket and
tho election of five Republican Congress
men a clean sweep.
Carter, Republican, is elected delegate
from Montana by a largo majority.
West Tlrcinla Probably Repnbllcan-Ke-braska's
Wheeling, W. Va Nov. 9. Dispatches
received last night from the capital of the
State announce that Democratic State
Treasurer Thompson concedes the State to
the Republicans by from 400 to 700 major
ity. This Is simply a confirmation of tho
steady Republican gains that have been
coming in. The Republican State Com
mittee here claim the State by a much
larger majority. Tbey claim to have at
least three and probably a solfd delegation
of four Congressmen. They claim a
majority of the Electoral ticket and a
majority in the Legislature.
THE COUNT IN NEBRASKA.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 9. The count in Oma
ha was not completed nntil yesterday
noon. Douglas County complete including
the city gives Harrison 10,215. CleY?l2nd
10,825; for Governor, Thayer. Republican,
8,611. McShane, Democrat, 12, 488;for Con
gress, Cornell, Republican, 10,519; Morton,
Democrat, 10,635. Connell's election by
about 3,000 plurality is conceded in this (the
First) district, which was carried two years
ago by McShane, Democrat, by over 7.00C
Complete returns from sixteen-counties, in
cluding Douglas and Lancaster, give Har
rison 34,013, Cleveland, 2G,50o. For Gov
ernor, McShane, Democrat, leads his
ticket 2,230. In 18S4 the same counties
gave Blaine 22,250 and Cleveland 17.30L
Laird, Dorsey end Connell, all Republic
ans, are undoubtedly elected to Congress.
The Republicans have a maority on joint
ballot in the Legislature.
Wilmington, Del.. Nov. 9.- Full returns
show that in Kent County the Republicans
elect their whole Legislative ticket. In
Sussex the Republicans elect all their
members of the Legislature by pluralities
of from 50 to 100. Cleveland's plurality in
the State is 3,444. Congressman Penning
ton, Democrat, is re-elected by over 3,400
plurality. The next Legislature will
stand: Senate, Democrats, 7; Republic
ans, 2; House, Democrats, 7; Republic
ans, 14; giving the Republicans a m jority
of 2 on joint ballot and insuring the elec
tion of a Republican Senator.
Pensacola, Flu., Z-Iov. 9. Florida has
gone Democratic by ovor 13,000 majority
and elects both Democratic Co lgressmon.
General Harrison's Friends at Indianapolis
Go Wild WitH Exultation.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 9. Tho weather
was cloudy and threatening and streets
very muddy yesterday, but Pennsylvania
avenue was crowded for squares, and
thousands of horns were blowing and the
din was such that one could not hear or
speak. Around tho quarters of the Re
publican State Committee surged a crowd
of 3,003 or 4,00(), while the corridors of the
hotel wero jammed. Along Washington
and Illinois streets were gathered large
crowds shouting and cheering for General
In tho crowds were many mu wearing
red roosters on their hats, but the birds
wero headless. Another device for amus
ing the ratifiers was a pass heeded "Salt
River packet line" and reading: "Pass on
account of British free trade from Wash
ington up Salt river. The steamer 'Lord
SackviUe West' will leave Washington
March 4. Not good to return. G. Cleve
land, Captain. A. G. Thurmn, Ma'e."
The coupon bears the names of such land
ings as Matsonville, Meyerstown, Jewetts
burg and Bynumsboro. Thousands of
these mementoes of the election circulated
in tho city.
All day long, despite heavy rain, im
promptu processions led by kitzoo bands
marched up and down the streets, filling
the air with hideous noises. Every train
broughtcrowds from the country. Busi
ness was practically susponded and tho
Throughout the day, whenever the rain
ceased falling, tho distant boom of the
cannon echoed tho enthusiasm of the
thousands of celebrating Republicans.
About four o'clock the rain which had
been pouring steadily for five hours
ceased, and in an incredibly short time
tho streets -were again swarming
with the yelling, hooting, horn blow
ing thousands marching back and
forth utterly regardless of the mud
As evening came on the factories and
stores added their hundreds to tho howl
ing, sci earning rabble. Betwoen seven
and eight o'clock tho excitement had near
ly reached tho frenzy point with a good
many who were over indulgent and not a
few quarrels occurred. A few buildings
were illuminated with Chinese lanterns,
and the noise of cannon, anvils, fire-crackers
and tin horns, which continued until
after nine o'clock, could be plainly heard
as far out as General Harrison's residence.
The General and his family, except for
these distant echoes, were unconscious of
the stirring scenes in the city. Except for
a short walk yesterday morning, he did
not leave his residence since election day.
COMPLEXION OF CONGRESS.
Tho House Will Bo Very Close, Hut Prob
WA6UINGTON, Nov. 9. "I do not see any
reason to reverse tho estimate I mado yes
terday relative to the strength of the Re
publican majority in the next House,"
said Secretary McPherson of the Repub
lican Congressional Campaign Committee
yesterday afternoon. "I can't imagine
what basis thore is for the claim made in
New York that the Democrats will retain
control of the House. All of the informa
tion obtainable this morning justi
fies me in expressing the opinion
that the next House will consist of 173
Republicans and 152 Democrats. There
is a possibility that the Republican ma
jority may be reduced by later advices to
nineteen or twenty, but I have made lib
eral allowances in my calculations for all
Representative Breckinridge, of Ken
tucky, a Democratic member of the Ways
and Means Committee, expresses the opin
ion that the Republican majority in the
next House will be very slender and is
confident that it can not exceed ten in any
event. According to his calculation the
Republicans must show a gain of nineteen
Representatives to secure a majority, and
he does not believe that they have much
exceeded that figure.
The Double Poisoning Case.
Excelsior Springs, Ma, Nov. 9. Young
Joseph Skeen, who took arsenic in whisky
with his brother and Lou Berger Wednes
day, but was saved while the other two
died, testified to the coroner yesterday
that James told him that he was going
to take his life, saying that life was too
miserable, and that he had rather ba
dead than suffer the ill health that
he did. His health had been bad for some
time and his eyesight was affected, and
he said that he believed he was going
blind and death was prefera
ablo to suffering such affliction. James
gave his brother a memorandum book
Monday when they were seen together,
and Joseph told where it could be found.
Creston, Iowa, Nov. 9. Edward Hall,
a striking switchman, and Charles H.
Huston, one of the new engineers brought
here by the Burlington road, became in
volved in a quarrel, in a billiard hall,
here yesterday afternoon. Huston
forced the quarrel, and finally drew
a revolver and, taking deliberate
aim, fired at Hall, who dropped dead,
with a bullet through his brain. The ex
act origin of the quarrel is not know. Hus
ton was arrested and taken to Alton at
sight, and lodged in jail. The shooting,
has revived the extremely bitter feeling
which prevailed for some moatks after tha
ABOUT FEVER SHIPS;
When Once the Microbe Cornea Aboard It
Is There to Stay.
"The Galena Is a fever ship," re
marked an officer attached to that ves
seL "I was somewhat surprised when
she was ordered to Hayti, where yel
low fever prevails.1'
I asked "What is a fever ship?"
"A fever ship," explained the offi
cer, "is one that has had yellow fever
on hoard. The officers and men alike
fear them, and with good reason. The
germs of the disease never leave these
old wooden ships, and as soon as they
go within the fever districts the con
tagion is bound to break out afresh on
board. We had several cases of fever
on the homeward trip, but owing to
timely attention they did not develop
into the dread yellow fever. You
might take the Galena and thoroughly
clean her, steam all the wood-work if
you chose, and then lay her during an
entire winter in a cold climate, and
then during the following summer go
within range of the yellow fever coun
try, and cases would soon develop on
"An illustration of the strange fact
is found in the experience with the
Jamestown, now the training ship at
Baltimore. On one of her trips yellow
fever appeared on board, and several
deaths followed. Subsequently the
vessel was thoroughly renovated and
extensively repaired. Her wood-work
was steamed. Then she remained in
Northern harbors for several winters
She was finally ordered South again,
and before she reached the fever dis
trict a case of yellow fever developed,
and the man died. Above his ham
mock was found a quantity of filth.
The wood-work was torn out, and the
filth removed. But she is still a fever
ship, and I would not like to go South
in her. Then again, is the case of tho
Portsmouth. She once had fever on
board. Long afterward she was or
dered to Norfolk for repairs. Naval
Constructor Hichborn had charge of
the work. A number of his workmen
died, and he himself was taken down
with typhoid fever, and his life was
despaired of. It is true that once a
fever ship, always a fever ship."
BEESWAX AS HARDWARE.
Explanation of a Custom'That Has Prob
ably Puzzled Many fteaders.
"Why is it that the hardware stpres
handle beeswax?" repeated a whole
sale hardware dealer of New York the
other day to a Scranton drug store
keeper who had asked the question.
"Well, I can tell you in a very few
"All through the South, where tho
most of our trade is, as well as in
other parts of the country, the tin
peddlers swap their wares for beeswax,
which they get very cheap. They
make a nice profit on their tin-ware in
the trade, and they also get a profit on
the beeswax when they turn it over to
the retailers in hardware.
"The beeswax passes from them to
the wholesale hardware men in the
cities, and they ship it in barrels to
New York. We often receive a notice
from So-and-So that he has shipped a
certain number of barrels of beeswax
to apply on account. Beeswax is al
ways a staple article, and it is just as
good as the cash at all times, for I
never saw a time yet when we couldn't
get the cash for it.
"Of course it sometimes fluctuates
in price, like many other goods, but
there is always a steady demand for it
at tho market value. Before the pat
ent hives and honeycombs came into
use a few years ago, the wholesale
price of beesowax was twenty-fi e cents
Where large numbers of bees were
kept the patent comb was used, and
the consequence was that the bees did
not have to manufacture any comb,
and in the course of a year the pro
duction of wax decreased so much that
the price went up to seventy cents a
pound wholesale. It even went high
er than that for a while, and then it
fell again, but it has never got back to
where it was before the patents were
If it were not for the tens of thou
sands of small bee-keepers who cling
to the old style of handling bees, the
price of beeswax would be more than
one dollar a pound. Boston Budget.
Use Brown's Bronchial Troches for
Coughs, Colds and all other Throat Troubles.
"Pre-eminently tho best." Rev. Henry
Thb man who can turn his hand to any
thing generally ends up by turning State's
Fortift Feeblo Lungs Against Winter
with Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
An up-hill business tho mountain
THt GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, JJov. 12
CATTLE Shipping steers. ... 3 60 J 4TO
llano steers. 2 10 2 75
Nalirocows S IK) Q 3 73
HOGS Good to choice heavy. 5 00 3 N)
WHEAT No.J red OT in 'Jl
No. -J soft J7 9J
CORN So.-i SoU'fr 2W
OATS No. 2 3J 20H
RYE No.2 4G Q 47
FLO UK Patents, per sack... 2 4 6A 2 50
KAY Haled 3 iO 6 50
BUTTER Choice cruainery. SJ & 21
CHEESE Full creani 11 13
EGGS Choice I8i 19
BACON Ham 12 13
Sbouldcrs 9 9S
Sides 10 10V
LAJtD QKis Si
POTATOES 35 4
CATTLE Shipping steers... 4 50 5 60
Butcbera' steers.... 3 25 4 40 1
HOGS Packing 5 30 5 50
SHEEP Fan-to choice.- 3 4 40
FLOUR Choice 3 50 4 75
WHEAT No.2 red 1 09 109',
CORN No.S 28 39
OATS No.4 2a 23
RYE No. a 50 tOii
BUTTER Creamery 25 0
PORK 14 95 15 00
OATTLE Shlppingsteers..... 5 00 5 83
HOGS Packlngaad shipping.. 5 30 5 CO
SHEEP Fair to uoice 3 OJ 4 23
FLOUR Winter wheat 5 03 5 73
WHEAT No.3 red 114 115
CORN No. 41J4 42
OATS No. 3 24H3 25
EYE Nj. 2 ................... 55 55
BUTTER Creamery 23 25
PORK. H70 14 73
OATTLE Common to prime.. 4 S3 5 4)
HOGS Good to choice 5 CO Q 6 20
FLOUR Good to choice. 4 13 5 00
WHEAT No. 2 red 112 1 124
CORN No. 61 51,
OATS Western mixed.... v.. 28 9 32
BUTTER Craaawry - ..19 & 27
PORK 09 ft IS 50
Geo. Augustus Sala.
George Augustus Sola, the well-known
English writer, on his last Australian trip
wrote as follows to The London Daily Ttic
graph: "I especially have a pleasant remem
brance of tho ship's doctor a very expe
rienced maritime medico indeed, who tend
ed mo most kindly during a horrible spell
of bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, pro
voked by the sea fog which had swooped
down on us just after we left San Francis
co. But the doctor's prescriptions and the
increasing warmth of the temperature as
we neared the Tropics, and in particular,
a couple of Aixcocs's Porous Plasters
clapped on one on tho chest and another
between the shoulder blades soon set me
We don't suppose that the monopolists
will be getting up a corner in glass. That
would bo too transparent a schema Jivr
Wnfffon Free Press.
A Good Riddance.
The removal, through the agency of that
ungripingand genial laxative, Hostetier's
Stomach Bitters, of obstructions from the
bowels is indeed a good riddance. Constipa
tion is no light matter. It gives rise to and
perpetuates other maladies, and occasional
ly winds up in inflammation of the bowels.
Banish,also,with the Bitters chills and fever,
kidney troubles, dyspepsia and rheumatism.
It isn't every composer who has a
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Foul poisons that accijmlate in the blood
and rot the machinery of the system, ore
eradicated and expelled by using Prickly
Ash Bitters, a medicine that will not irri
tate the stomach or bowels. It acts in a
gentle manner on these delicate organs,
and restores health in every case.
A DixxER fit for a
pijreon whole. PucJt.
Baker's Norwegian Cod Liver Oil
Prevents, controls and cures Consump
tion. To insure success, insist on Baker's
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A "J" towx Ujiji, Central Africa."
Tare Haute Express.
Forced politeness bowing to neces
But do not use the dangerous Alkali and
Mercurial preparations which destroy your
nervous system and ruin the digestive pow
er of the stomach. Tho Vegetable King
dom gives us the best and safest remedial
agencies. Dr. Sherman devoted the greater
part of his life to the discovery of ihis relia
ble and safe remedy, and all its ingredients
aro vegetable. He gave it the name of
Prickly Ash Bitters!
a name every one can remember, and to the
present day nothing has been discovered that
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for the Kidneys and for the Stomach. This
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to its merits is useless, and if others who
require a corrective to the system would
but give it a trial the health of ihis coun
try would be vastly improved. Remember
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