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By t Vote r fciflfci to seven mo
art uiven to nsyes,
And M t Consequence Rutherford
. will o rrewwni-
nocsunos nr seckkt atio5.
WaJKcraTos, Feb. U. Tbe ejedoral
nhsbInIos rerarmMtil In secret session
at 10J0, and rem alned four and a half
boors. At S o'clock discussion be-D"
oBcladed, and Senator Tbnrraaa act
JutIcj been able of attend the silting on
accoaatcf. LInesa,a rwrsswas taVeaia
order to ascertain whether he would pre
fer aiuntnr ta th ratntol OT that tlrf
commission should procoed to Lis rvsi
dance and there transact the hcIno
Incident to taking the rote.
A coaiialtte consisting of Senator)
Bayard and Frelinghoysen was ap
pointed for this purpose, and reported in
doe time that Senator Tnurman preierred
w receive the commission at his lous
At fanro'elock, therefore, the other mem
bera ot the commission proceeded in car
riages to Senator Thurman'f residence.
Seoator Thurman was found ce-nfioed to
bis bed, where be remained during the
proceedings ot the commission.
Tbe commission was formally clied
to order by Justice Clifford, president,
and a vote was taken on the tallowing
propositions, which had been formally
submitted and discussed, but not voted
upon during tbe day's sesi on.
By Mr.Edmunds :
Reold, That the certificate signed
by . A. Cronln, J. N. Miller and J no.
Parker, purporting to cast tbe electoral
Tote of tbe state 01 Oreron, does not con
tain or certify tbe constitutional Totes to
which tbe state is entitled.
JnctiesTleVd ofiered the following as a
lYsrxaxas, J. W. Waits, desicnated in
certificate So. 1 as elector ot the State of
Oreyon lor president and rice-president,
on toe osy or election, tiz.: tne , ta day
01 AOTemoer. lso, Held an omee oi trust
and profit under tbe United states, tbertv
Ruolved, That said J. W. Watts was
than ineagible to the office ot elector
within the express terms of tbe constitu
tion. Eejected, yeas, 7; nays, a, as follows :
Ayes Abbott, Bayard, Clifford, Field,
Hun ton, Payne, Thurman .
Ssys Bradley, Edmunds, Frelingbuy
sea. Garfield, Hoar, Miller, Morton,
Justice Field then offered the fellow
WsxaiAS. At an election held tbe 7th
of November, 1S7G, in the State of Oregon
tor election of president and vice-president,
W. H. Odell, J. W. Watts and J. C.
Cartwrigbt received the highest number
or votes cast for electors , but
Wutiis, Said Watts then holding an
office of trust and profit under tbe United
States was ineligible to the office of elec
tor : therefore
RrMnlvtd. That slid Odcll and CauU
wrib wov tbe vuij persons duly
elected at said election, and there was a
failure on the part of the state to elect
the third elector.
Rejected ; ayes, 7 ; nays, S. Same vote
in detail as tbe preceding.
Justice Field then offered the follow
ing: WhkrkaJ, Tho legislature oi Oregon
has made no provision for the appoint
ment of elector under tbe act ot congress
where there was a failure to uake
choice on tbe day prescribed by law,
Retolved, That tbe attempted selec
tion of a third elector by the two per
sons chosen was inoperative and Told, i
Eejected ; yeas, 7 ; nays, 8, as above.
Mr. Bayard then offered the follow
ing: lUtoktd, That the vote of Y. II. Odell
and tna vote of J. C. Cartwriht,cast for
Kutberford ft, Hayes of Ohio for presi
dent ot the United States and for William
A. Wheeler of New York for vice-president
of tbe United States were votes
provided for by tbe constitution ot the
United States, and that the aforesaid
Odell and Cartwright, and they only
were the persons duly appointed electors
in ine state or uregon at tne election field
jvovemDer 7. 1870, there baring been a
failure at said election to appoint a third
elector in accordance with the constitu
tion and laws of the United state and
laws ot the state of Oregon, and that tbe
two votes aforesaid should be counted
and none other.from tbe state of Oregon,
Eejected, Yeas, 7 ; nays, 8. As above.
A vote was then taken on Mr. Ed
munds' original proposition and It was
adopted, yeas, 15 ; nays, 0.
Mr. Morton then ofiered tbe following :
Xnolvtd. That W. H. Odell, J. c.
Cartwright and J. W. Watts, the persons
named tbe electors in certificate No. 1,
are tbe lawful electors of the state of Ore
gon, and that their votes are the votes
provided lor by the constitution of the
t nlted States, sod should be counted for
president and vice-president of the
Mr. Iluntoa moved to nme o o
tame J. Tf. Watt. Disagreed to, yeas,
7 ; nays, 8.
Mr. Morton's resolution was then
adopted, yeas, 8 ; nays, 7, as follows:
Yeas Bradley, Edmunds. Frelinghuy.
sen, Garfield, Hoar, Miller, Morton,
Nays-Abbott, Bayard, Clifford, Field,
Hunton, Psyne,Tburman 7.
Tas decision ot tbe commiscion was
then drawn Dp and signed by the eight
members voting In the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Morton tbe inj unc
tion of secrecy upon the acta and -.
aajI1. . . "
-wujga w we commission, except as re
tards their report to the joint session of
"nrr removed, and tbe commla
on adjars4 to meet in the saprems
court room at 12 o'clock to-morrow.
to substance U as follows: Theictoi
eommlasioa bavins; received certain cer.
tittcatea sad papers purporting to be cer
tlflcatea tbe electoral votes ot ti,
Bute ot Oswgaa, and certain papers ac
eompaoyiag tne same, and objections
UMtreto, report that it has duly could
red tbe tame, and has decided, and does
hereby decide, that tbe totes of VT. N.
Oweli, i. C. Cartwright tad J. VT, Watu,
the pertccf tuned in the certificate of
the secretary tate of Oregon as tbe
i-eiscm rc.v.t. trit tilghttt rumfctr of
tots for iwtiiBtiUln ar. its Tctej
rrcaJJ lor ly lie toniUtunoD, nj
tbat ths Hue ar UvaVily lo r-s uUJ
a tetilfitd to la It. crrUflcaia of
ekctoB,nn:ely: tUreerctnlorKvUifrJtheirhnJ with water from tlif same
fort B. Htyw, TOM, if r rTiVtt tittl
three rotes for Ww. A. IV hauler tor tlor-
The report will fitr -t loHh that
the election el Wmt hr the ftl.er two
iDomber cf the e!o-trl coUeee In
cordat.ee with the C0BUtti:iou and
a s of Oregon. The ground for this de
cision so tar as tliey concern we eligi
bility oi WatU are substantially that it is
competent to go behind tbe certificate of
tbe governor so far the same is not
founded upon tbe action of canvassing or
returning authority provided for y laws
ol tbe state, whi2h authority in the case
of Oregon is held to be tbe secretary of
state. The report will also take tlie
ground that it is not essential to show
that an elector was eligible on the 7th of
Sotrmler. provided it be shown that he
was eligible w hen he cast his vote in the
electoral college, and the fart appears
that the allfged ineligble elector Walts
was chosen to fill the vacancy caused by
bU absence from tbe electoral college,
and that he was not ineligible at the time
lie cast his vote.
BREAKING VANDERBILT'S WILL.
On rH J.' fllrt Pale
Hits rp to M Srbcuiv la (!! tt
(From tbtXew York Tlm )
Soon after the death ol Commodore
Vanderb'lt, nnd the reading and publi
cation ol hi will, numerous rumors were
circulated to the edx that dissatisfac
tion existed in the lamily in consequence
of the disposition whlcb be has seen tit to
make of bis property, and it was pos'r
lively announced In certain quarters that
this dissatisfaction would find ex
pression in the surrogate's court
at tat time the will came up
fcr probate. At the time these re.
ports were circulated inquiry was made
about them, but nothing more definite
could be learned than that there was a
disposition to resist its provisions. Since
that time, however, the rumors to the
same effect har bn repeated, and
w,thin a day or two have become com
mon report at one of the leading hotels.
It Is said that Cornelius J. VanderbUt,
tbe brother of William B. VanderbUt,
upon tbe advice of an intimate friend and
companion, a man named Terry, wbo
lives in Toledo, but spends mucn or ms
time In this city, has employed counsel
and has taken steps to legally oppose
the settlement ot the VanderbUt prop
erty as directed by the will. A number of
reasons are given for the proceeding, but
the principal one appears to be that Cor
nelius J. VanderbUt is a debtor to a con
siderable amount to Mr. Ferry, and sees
in the possibility ef a new settlement tbe
prospect of an easy composition of bis
difficulties. Whether this is actually true
or not could not yesterday, in the absence
from tbe city ol some of the principal
persons concerned, be ascertained. Mr
C. J. VanderbUt, of a restless disposition
seldom long in one place, has not been at
home for several days, and it Is reported
tost in a conversation three davs ago
in Washington with bis brother he did
not allude to tbe subject, and
his silence has been construed by that
part of the family which it content with
the commodore's bestowal of bis riches,
into submissien. l'ersous wbo assume
to speak with authority say that, not
withstanding this apparent acquiescence,
the dissatisfied brother has continued bis
preparations, and that on Tuesday next,
when the case is called in tbe surrogate
eonrt, Cornelius J. anderbUt and bis
counsel wlU be there to demand that i
more equitable distribution of the Van
derbilt estate among tbe cbUdren shall
be crdered. That the appUcation to have
the wUl set aide is not altogether an
anlikely proceeding has been inferred
from tbe extreme anxiety of Mr. William
U .VanderbUt.to be apprised at tbe earliest
possible moment ef the appearances of
soy contestants in the surrogate's court.
although he has assured inquirers that
he is not aware that any proceedings
nave been taken. Tbe dissatlsfation is
said not to be confined exclusively to
Mr. J. C. VanderbUt, but to be shared by
anumoerortbe family. Surrogate Lai
Tin yesterday said that whUe he had re
ceived no notice of tbe intention ot any
parties to content tbe wUl ot Commodore
VanderbuUt, the rumors had reached his
ear that a contest would be made. No
appUcation of attorneys in the matter
has been as yet filed.
Halve and I'orka
(From Early tx.)
We often laugh at tbe Chinese and
thvir chopsticks, or small, thin sticks of
wood or ivory with which tbey eat, and
faiwy Uk7 moat uk . ry 1UI
work at their meals, yet they are cleanly
and clvUized, compared with the habits
of our ancestors some three hundred
years ago. Then lorks were unknown ;
each man had his own knife, and at din
ner seized the joint with his hand, and
cut off what he wished, tbe dish was then
passed on to tbe next, wbo did tbe same
Xbe kniie then cut up the portions Into
small pieces, wnkb were put into the
mouth by the fingers of the hand unoc
cupied by tbe knife.
In many parts of Spain, at present,
drinking glasses, spoons and forks are
varieties ; ana in taverns in many coun
tries, particularly in some towns in
France, knives are not placed ou the
table, bccauM it is expected that each
person has one ot his own. a custom
which the Frensb seen to have retained
iroia the old Gauls. But as no person
will any longer eat without forks, land
lords are obliged to furnish these, to
lther with plates and spoons.
None ol the
bt4 lorks till tbe reigu of llenr? the
Ehth; all, high and low, uaed ulcir
Jngtri. Uervy, U tbe royal households
" dgultary railed the ewer
or ewary. wjho. with a at at ..a..,'
atea, attended at the meals with Uslna
wv, and towels. The office fJ
- W Tpi
lun1v4 fcfter forks casus lattikily tnto
usblou. We isarn tUt when Jsmes
lbs first ; etaUrtaiGt.! Hi Spaulsh m-tuinJor-at
i dioner. rnr ihortly after
hit sivssa'.on. "tfctir roalf.tleJ wssl.td
ewer, tbe towels being presented to tne
Wing by the lord treasurer, and to the
queen by the lord high admiral. 1 ho
Prince of Whales had an ewer to him
self, which was after Mm used by the
About tbe first royal personage in En
gland who is known to have had a lork was
Queen Elizabeth ; but, although several
were presented to her, It remains doubt
lul whether 6h used them on ordinary
occasions. Forks came so slowly Into
use In Eugland that they were employed
only by the higher classes at the middle
of the seventeenth century. About
the period of the revolution. ItiSS, few
English noblemen had more than a dozen
forks ol silver, along with a few ol iron
or steel. At length for general use steel
forks became an article of manufacture at
Sheffield; at first they had but two
prongs, and it was only in later times
that the three pronged kind were made.
As late as tbe early part oi the eighteenth
century table forks and, we may add
knives were kept on so small a scale by
country Innt In Scotland and perhaps in
some parts ot England) that it was cus
tomary for gentlemen in traveling to
carry with them a portable Inife and
fork in a shagreen cafe. The general in
troduction of silver forks into Great
Britain is quite recent ; it can be dated no
farther back than the termination ot tbe
French war in 1814.
fOBTT TEAKS BfcTOUK TOE MflUC.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dulJ; the pupIs dilate; anazuresemi
circle runs along the lower eye-!id;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a sweW'mg of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
mine or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning ; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels iricgular,
at times costive; stools slimy ; not
unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough j
cough sornetirhesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally writable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MOAXE'S VERMIFUGE
Viil ferldli.ly effect a cure.
IT DOE3 NOT CONTaIM MERCURY
. n any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, nst capable ef doing t':t slight
fst injury j :hi init tiiiJtr iifaitt.
The genuine Dx. MVLanl's Vir
Mirt'GE bear? the signatures of C.
MVLane and FLtMiNij Eko. on the
OR. C. MCLANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
aa a -mly for " all the ilJi that
flash ii Lfcir to," but in affoctious of
the Liver, and iu a'.l Iiiliou Corn
plaints, Dyspepsia and .Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As a fimpla pirgatiro they are
, BEWARE OP IMITATION'S.
The genuine are never pugar
Each bex has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr..
M?Laxe'b Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bear tbe feinatu res
of C. MLane and I i.tuixt,: Jlaus.
Sold by all respectable druggit
and country Btoreke ;H.rs ;encraly.
- -II . - X .1 . . . L .
In the in.Lrict Court of tne United
UUi, houtheru Diwtrlet ot IHlaol.
n tti mailer vi cnaudier Jtobbtos and
Chandler F. liybbius, bankrupt in
Nolioe it hereby -riven i,w ,,r,i, .
tiedUtriet curtol th 1'nito.l ct.i-. inr
Ui bouthern dUlrlot of liii tirilri thA it..-
ond and third meetim.' ot it. ,.i
said bankrupt, will be held it r.ir n
V-tls;?'I',IIOo o,??:ka-m' ttheofflci of
Joan luraau, Lj., cue ol tbe renters
Id bankruptcy. In aaid iitrl,. 7.r ih.
purjoei nauid in the 27th aid itsm n-c.
lion of tbe bankrupt act ot March 2, iki7
iour, tic, OEOKOE rlSUEli,
The Centaur liniments ;,u
Piu, ubduewliiDi.,WI bunu, and will eure
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The certain, tpeedy.
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double the nmoiint i f subsrrtptiou, rnlitlcl
ASKING A lU.F.SSlSW.
a ms'terpier of the luseldorf Hchool ef genre
paintlnir, by l'ror. Jordan, size 'i'lSi x loV.
Itetall price ''. A copy ol alieatitiful descrip
live poem lor fismiiiu futDiihed .witb each
Art nts, male or fi-mal.-, cn make more money
getting subsiripliont for this paper than any
thing rise. Large rash commissions allowed
and exclusive teiritory given. Agents will
save time and secure tvrrltory by sending Sl.oi1
for which we wi l forward prepaid complete
outUt, eertifira' of agency, specimen chroms,
etc. etc. Remittance thould be made by darlt
oi post office orHpr. Addres
The Treasure Publishing Cm.
4? Cedar St. New ork i.ity .
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK.CAIBO
A H SAFFORD. President
S S t'AILOK, Vic Preaiiient
W. UiSLur', eee'yand Treaaurei.
P W. BaKT LAY,
f . M . w io arLarn ,
U U ( tmsiisHAa,
. 11 1. HatLIuAt,
IN'TtKKST paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st an Hvptam
vtr 1st . Interest not withdrawn la adaed liune
liately to tbe principal of the deposits, thusb;
riving them compound interest
Harried Women and Childrsn may
Deposit Money and no on a
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a m. toSp.m
J Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
rom ti to 8 o'clock.
W. H YBJLOP, Treasurer.
F Itross, President.
f. Neff. Vit Pn-s't.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Kerlb, Asst. ath'r
II fVinil VUMMI
Co.-nei Ooinmorclal Ava and bt fctrest
F. Bro, Clr Win. Kluge, Cairo.
. Nell, Cairo. W m. Wolle, Cairo.
A. Susanta, Cairo. K L. BiUingsley, t Iju'h.
V. Buder, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
F. H. Brinaman, Si. Iuia,
I . Y . C lerjison, Caledonia .
1 taeneral Banking; l,nalaeas Usee,
yVFlchanpe sold and l3Ug-ht Intt rost paid
n the ratings le part meat . Collectioua nU,
nd ail buoiu ess ur.HiiHiy atteiided to.
City National Bank
V P. HAtXIIJAY, President.
1LENUY L. HAIXITJAY, VictPreil.
A . It KAKFOKlJ, Ciahirr.
WA 1'Va IIYBLOP. Aoa't Cashier.
8. 8TAATg TATL08, It. II. Cr).I!OHA,
H L. JlAXLIOAT, W. P. IlALMUAT,
Ci. L. WiuaAMSGK, SrariiEa limn,
A B. 3Arronn.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general ;barJilng
Auer A Drills. SlOO a nunTTi;
flay SUarnriU4 Ulln. rt-.r Wte .
U lo Kiwi Agiuls. Aiiai-r 1
iia Au.-' Ivu. au Coula. ta
E. F. KHDkel's Hitler Wine or Iron
has never been Known to rail in tha cure of
weaknesi, attended with ayraptoms; lndis-
TiOKition tn eirertioti. Inaa tit tnAmAi. iimi-
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, tlread-
ui uuiroroi ueaia, iiigiii sweats, eold feet,
weakness, dirnuesa of vision, languor, uni
versal lUShitlllla r! tho miw,.iil.r
enormous appetite witb dyspeptic symp!
locus, uov u an u a, iiahUIDir Ol in holy, Ury-
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruption on the face, purityiiia the blood,
pain in tae back, heaviness ot th eyelids.
i caucus uuic gpoia nyic nerore the eyes
With temiiirarr antHlnn anrl Inu .t .i,.i,.
want of attention, etc. I h
all trihfj from weaknrm. and in pumafiv
that, use E. F. Kunkol' Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fail. Thouaanda are now
erilovinir health h
- - e- " a tiac
only K. F. Kunkol'.
weware or eounterreiu and base imita
tion. As Kunkcl'a Hitter Wine of Iron I
so well known all over the country, drue.
irlhts themselves make an imitntln .nH
to sell It oU to their customers, when thev
.-all Inr Kiinlial'ii Uifm ll'i.. i. '
- ... . -. , i u i iron,
Kunkel'a Hitter U lna .r Imn i, . ....
nnlv ill At hnttlpa. anft hua AUn..
nicely put on the outside with the pro-
r"Vv j'"""K'i'u on me wrapper ol
each botllo. A win IaaI r... ,vJ ..i....
-J - . V. ,JQ
irrann on iheoutaiila. and von rin
be aure to ?et tbe reuuine. One dollar per
tiotiie, or six ror f ft. Hold by drugirtst and
ALL WOKMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel' Worm Byrap never falls
to destroy Pin heat and btomach Worm.
llr. Hlltlkl.1 tha I r u,.A..a...i i i.i
.MM WMI PUU..M1UI UUJHII'IIQ
who remove Tape Worm in two hour
alive, with bead, and no fee until removed.
Common tense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Henii lor circular to Dr. Kun.
kfl. No 0..M1 klr.-tli ATl.ttl, i.t.ii.. i...
- ' ..iiu piivct, a unauei.
pbla, 1 a., or call on your drufrglst and ask
foP l.nttla r.t 1 1 1 a. C ..II.. u
l'rise.tLOO. It never tail. V'
tZLiL ti. F- SaUiTi!uirtj
t f.ini is km tw a Im. . u aim a in i
CetVWJ, MWWt.t t , ratyA1aasCrrt,,
The Ferfeoticm of "Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND AiTAUJNH ACCIDENTS
Daily trau-pirlnp in the of the Oih bow told us llluuuuator', whlcl. are inude Irca
Petroleum, and the want of confidence in the i uMlr minj &i to tt.e crt itn
er.fity of laid Oils, has Imliu-t l tbt Intrv lu. ti ju cl
EliiIHC il 0 ILLUMINATOR.
EX.. INK 11 139 tle. Fir test and ipritij tvsttr utile lu color, will cot eijlait
while burning in a lamp, nor In any r-'.cer wsy, u it d'.tn cot coLtatn any of the txu
ivf roinponhds. eo frctjuently me v, itU in the crilinsry Oih for l Uiinlriai'.np. A IaKi;.
Biled wiih 1I.AINE, If upset or atclJebtftlly broken, will not caplode ft butt,. TLra
U no poitloii in which you vaa put a lamp CUed with t.L.15Efor i wni'.n utc, in whb. h
it will explode. LLA1NE ii certainly the Pitfe-t Tau.llj: liii tulDHlit? Oil kcswii, a'.i
can te used la any Cal Oil ot Kerosene lamp, without rhu cf burter
-V'A AWARDED TID -
hf tb Jurott and ComniltMoneit Of lu.
Centennial International ICkibition.
As tbe I'.nt Il!iin.triici Oil, lor lti ctr..iJIt.aij-rx.titi of - iy ut.J Onii.aty
ELAINE wai alia awarded a Uold Me.lal at the ruuLart h I. tpoiltb.n ; -r.l Wat
adopted, after a thorough K-lchtiuv and practical tet, by the
L'NiTED STATES GOVERNMENT LIGUT-HOLst DU'AhiMESl .
And received a high coihtuendutlon lr.V(u the iioard of l i.ited ? tatci "teR!aLos.t la-pot-ton,
Washington, D. .
lueuranoe Cdrnpanit-s rale L'LAINL the Saiiie 9 i U i nl .
ELAINE it ued ou many ol the Uailioad-, .Street Can ani UiUH '.1 U. j &yi,t:y
and inaugurated fuperlor to any otbir id! Ih the innrVet
Can te uted In any lamp.
ORDER a I ROM 1HE lP.Al'E -.oMCMED.
FAINT AMD OILN.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, tic.
always oa band, th celebrated llltuninattBf
Corner lTnth Street and Waahtna
JOHN H. MTJI.KHT.
Attorney at .Law.
Ori"fCK I At rMidxncs on Ninth Siism, U twn
VVashhiglon avenue and Walnut btrwt.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AKBIOAJ POWDif 00
57 Ohio Levee.
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''ft' ,UU " S took thai .uAhl te wTsTiiJi SaS
saTur. aa at un .r .bo.i ,a. b.,.
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la aaf .aa i (na W a.ia) Sr riRr This.
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m apalftat a nsrlHi aaaka as sSmtta. la
Bala sir., ar la aajr auack raM4ua, annua lir.
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ARE PAID 32
tillable.! in has of iluty, u by
accident or otherwise. A
WOl'MI of any kind, tba
loss of a S-'inirer or To, or
the lots of an Cye. a fX'S
'I I' Iti:, if bat slight, (fives a
pension. Diteat of LUDf S
cr V aricose elris kiv a
iischargedfor wound, injuriss
or rupture, you get full boua.
ly. ar.Send 'i stamps for
cupy cf Pension and liouniy
AtK. Ad1re all letters 14
P. II. FITZ3E&ALS,
U. S. Claim Agent, Indlsntp.
oliJ, Ind. ss-u, all letter
mark Y. O. liOI S.-t
Voaler in Fresh Meal.
Between Waahtnrtoa and Commercl
ATSBaSt, adJol&lHaT HiUlliy .
KEEPS for talc tbe best lUwf, I'oik, Mutton
eal. Lamb, feauauKe, Aa.. and Is pr
raad t aprvs familial in an aAr.tat! m. ia
wTlI. MAUEAN, M. D. '
Eozsopithlc Pbjsician a Surgeon
(Dr. I'rlil.am's ruo-.aar.)
Oiiloo : lrjfj Comii ta1t Ave.
I aid), MInois,
Kliwilal alianlloit ulraii In Hi. trsatment of
Clir;ii.(i ll.s. and dl.a i.soullar la ft.
ffiQQQIas't li luais Tiy evary agcut
i-mj hm.miii in ma uuainess w
fuml.li, but tlia willing (o work cau easily
Sum a llijzaa tlf.llura a rfuu t.li.1.1 1.. i '
... ' . turn, uwu
salllias. iiavs uu ruom to rxulain livr. Bust
seaa i.leaaaot and honorable. Women, boy
and girls rtnas well as men. We will furuUU
youacoinokt outnt frw. Tha business pay
betu-r ilisa aiiythiu -li. We will bear el
(neoflartluKou. J'artiruUr li.e. Writ
mil mm. Karnurs and mechantos, their anna
lUddauirliUirs.audallclahsiti ut.l of payimr
work at borne, sbould writ to us aud la ru all
aljnlll II.m m. r L ... v. . . . .
i -i. TV . ";- siow is ins lime
M I y" Adai 'I'1'- Co. Augusta.
M M M fc
Ta IS. lTn . . . n - - .
mmww VI. 1.1. mm 1 1 UUW
nM..U.M..l .A . 1 . I I 1 ' . . n.
i.v. iu iiu uisu an riaasi S W till UVUawu, riu
floviueot at hoiue, las wkaia of Ui luue, or fur
their spare junmenta. hiiainw w, liirht ami
l.roflUible. farsnn of ltbi-r aes easily earn
iruui in i-enis to 3 per evening-, au.. iropur
tiunal sum by devoting- their wliol tims to U.e
business, Jloys and girta earn nearly a muob
as meu. Tbat all Who ace tbia notics niay aeud
K'.U 1 131. I1U urn .i.w - - " till
worm asrsral dollar ta cujuiiusbo work uu
ana a copr una of tlix
laaa-asl and few t lllustratad publications, all uai
fra. br mail. ,Ksader, Ifrou waat psnusasai.
iroiabi work 6aoat,s lt.o A Co, foil
utiiHiimiia'iri una. v w i
fled ws will soiul tine dollar to pay 1
in.ulJa r.f wriiina-. rull Particular..