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4 1h-MnMestie Weekly Newspaper, -PnbWse ,t ms Ragyviie, lousi 4aa AN Il]rxrag91gr Advertisimt Medium, and Live Pavra. Rates very aeases.alule, ...ai iiferal J. oet. .' to Tearlv Advertiiers. I'RICE PER ANS M., 0 o0. WILE P.AICG II - -- Etacr. Saturday, larch 2. 188i . iRunI: .AxD P.tarsIu DIan.t.trut. Lot'R' o AdF CaPi'l.l.c., znI C'l.:'t': .. .1. G;unhy, Outchita.ll, E.C'..\11tuolnct ry, 1luilison. TEuwui soI. C'TrCouLIIT Ixi R I,.. n: 1.1 .lIiulay i; Jamlry: :td .1mwdaly m June. 27 DrsiuTrlr Counr: CIvrr. TERuI S C 1 ENCiE t.lNs, eit .Monday inl April: 3.1 Mon lay in ,Oiwer jL'KY TEnas ('a.ulrskxcr ;, let .onday tn Fel!'y I t Monday in Sr,. Polucr t'lnt)t. Pre'.lerr t: A. N ('hil Ire,. .Memlr..: It A. Wy,.. S. Steie, J 8il Itrd, J. I EL-eee ite,. N. R. Jetiwie. I M. Ned.tll. (lirk of "heolIcefrny- . . nr,. S. S.nnmlerlin Parish Treserm. J W. Sitmmq. Jon. F. Lovelelm.kRM, rninu OrIe-. The bill admitting into the U'nion ans States the following Territories has .eeome a law: Washington. Montana, North Dbaota and South Dakota. The President received na ny dispatch es of congratulation. It will te remnemlareil that Sherif' !Robb, of Catalioa plris4 was shot and severely wounded somen time ago. About two weeks ago another attempt was made to assassinate him while he was coming into town at 9 a. in. IF Sheriff Reed was walking behind hit when a shot was fired, miseing Robb but passing through the head of the Deputy from the efeets of whiclh he died. Although done in day light no one saw the assassin. The colored boy who came to the ~tscue of that young lady, Miss Pinks ton, near Vicksburg, las been re warded by the people of Vicksburg presented him with )00. Thus it is seen that the white peoppk are ever ready to appreciate a hind did of the colored people. These colored people who saved this young lady * from the elatches of that fiend deserve credit, sad the action of this noble colored boy is being appreciated in a substantial manner. The way in which some people tangle their property reminds us very much of the fox in his acts to throw his pursuers off their gard. We have had some experience in this line lately; as we were called upon to make ab teract., show the sltate &e., of prop erty. When it comes ttransferring undivided I by two diferest paties to other different partie mkes work Sfor lawyers or eomebody else, but when it eomei to ont-itsieath, one thirty-seond part &e., that makes work that ie work *.d work that mneet people dread. We do not weoader at large properties being iavlnled in liigption. IMrs. Smith arri Ir. Johason. Sh goes belor Notllry iad sys her eame is Johoe. What' was your maiden sm? th Netu I will ask. The aswer ill be Jones.i ike lawi requires that th Notary' shall give the maid.a nme. The hw sw heidseeire thensmeastinued uadwo, bt itdoes not. eoee old' iatnd ut the siness derstand the intestinee th law aad Sac, the am down. We remember someyears t ag a party ae to the Recorder's I abim aLiot ll e buliness. Weo asked the uos questionsl, Madam, what was your aids name? "My Jpaita ame w W roi, I married i Still w dlder in Ililte nd his i mm was'hsmepsen. S. I mariedj Wesupl." How aruwyo going to' trame property under seek arena *i*bsm The e sr Ia. te supply thheaaeko. Her wo ea m in' hawh the eostrating party hadt •pa4 thin maled uama without i l36s had aquirsed property 45 sm aiaeeaad mid it' nme to the esemd, the a giving 41m seeed name, • a eii ni he w to male tau :.- * Asit li arwis nall ' , f ai! in t5 slp i. sld.I hrms1 G.#MBLING. The Baptist Chronile charges that all the papers that llublic.h the Louis rtna State Lottery alvertisement are "ultzivle- or hanpered." This is ai g.rave charge andi bring. in the Tlmles 1lc.'erat. l'icarune. Statee. ften nind S:everdal othler city ltlpers. If surh' is p the ra-e. thatt all the l"a," r that in l.+r th-ir;l! vors lrti-emenra.nt r. hllreh C,.ed( l;rnii,*.r ,"ne th:s a Ihtgo j.b ,n his bawls to, hir.a: their intluinee down. A i t ct"mnlg out in ol,,'oeitis n t I tl .I'-rtinuance of the charter ,of ti- L.,tuisiaa,,t State I.ottery, mtany .: i!ions of prolriety will corne till. Hleretofire the moet bitter pp'IT.o nents of the I.,ui-;anla State Lottery : were not ait' ,ied to gaui|ling but imlply oPl -el th* m, -nopl.y clause. \ antteli *a .t ter. in every 'parish in the St;ate. It w\.s i,.h monnloly fea ture they ohljeet~td' tot. We did not. nor tin we a:t this tine see te therol.ri ,,ty of sci'i:rily hi:;g aw;ay with the ::Sont'tely ftIat re of the ,prnent lot tory te, li en.e many others. We are Sin favor of abolirhing the whole thing at the texpiration of the time the Lou is:ana State Lottery s charter expires. Not only this, but we have specism of i gambling ten times worse in their moral n tendan,'ies than that of the Louisiana PState Lottery that can and will be , prohibited if the papers will turn their .attention to them at the present. • They are not chartered or perpetuated by legisiation and can be legislated out of existence at any time the Gen if'' eral Assemly are in session. It is t only necessary to refer to ese et these .,many gambling games, that of dice or I "high ball." The lives saved, the e ! money saved in criminal prosecutions r &c., to say nothing of the timelest by a those who engage in thosethingp, is of b vast more importance to the morals of ea community than the money ex e peded in the Louisiana State Lot t tery. Upon the subject of gambling and the State Lottery we quote the follow e ing trom the constitution ot 1879: ArT. 167 reads: "The General As sembly shall have authority to grant Slottery charters orpivileges; provided l each charter privilege shall pay not r less than $40 000 per annum in money f into the treasury of the State; and I provided further, That all charters shall cease and expire on the lot of 1 Jan'y, 1895 from which time lotteries e are prohibited in the State. The $40 000 per annum now provi ded by law to be paid by the Louis iana State Lottery Company,accerding to the provisixti of the charter, gran- i ted in the year 1868, shall belong to the Charity Hospital of New Orleans, and the charter of said company is } recognized as a contract binding on the State for the period therein speci fied, except its monopolyclause, which i is hereby abrogated, and all laws con- i trary to the provisions of this article a are hereby declared null and void, f provided, said company shall file a a written reqaciation of all its monopo- v ly features in the oiee of the Secre- c tary of lttewithia sixty days after the a ratification of this conastitation. I Of the additional sumas raised byji lieie on lotteries, the hospital at Shreveport shall receive $10 000 an- al nually, and th remaining sum shall a be divided each year among the sr- C eral parishes in the State for the be- a st of their acheols." a Th impisrmion made upon the A minds of som i that the agitation of J another eormitutional convention is for th purpoe d pepetuating the charter of thI Loiisa 8tate Lot tery . Thismay efact, w it may F be with a view to perpetusting lotte- C ries without the mooapoly ftmUand I reuwinlg theliosss. The t of January, 1806 is Ave yeas in the future and individually, 1S it will make very little dierene as many ds will have peasd over the rivr to' that andiscovered eountry 8 from wmhence traveler r~etos. a sehouldd hwever, live for those al whk live aet. us ead not leave thien i th esimtse od that which thei pub m lienn of Loiisia w.r so thoghful d as t turn ow t the.e mrat. a We Sad coalits in ear eoastltution SI as the folblowing wi lew r: h Aur 17T ot the Stats smatitutima reads: '"Gambling is delared to ha I viasoadth Gsaral Amsmbly shall a onet lawn tor it. suppremis." tl T feoeguing article mm to ma'. it impurtive on the OGeeral Amssm bly toenaest laws for the supprei a of gmbliag. Not that they may but b dJtes t laws. Wow, whore does t th halt mst? NosaLetio aths Stat was better repi matal in the Reo oesavetiam I th.. an but relL hb Iaher Mshs, . and Blhshsead lyosl. b. .Cusp. t. 6t,, 41' tertaining re:,rl to the convention. alshowed that Ea.4 ('arrJll was lortu at nte in hat ing thbi earnist andl alpable t divine to spo* for her. In sPeauking s- of the allueial lands of I.,aii:uta he. re awm,,c lr tlhings,. s<iiI: a "I am fuailiair with tL, sil of all - the tame'l ri,.h l:an.!i c the l14 World andl the Nw., arnd kr.,w that our : allavi:,l ,il, in its fertility, is sur is [:,,i-1 by that of no .oultr:r which I n hIate ever s,*tn. S,1 "l. A. l. . np,,,pr, of Richland, i.s re":,l a thuiihtful and carefully pre-i p,[',, ,r.er. whi'h. ,n a,'ou nt of the st:tistic:tl umatter lore.entedl. is perhaps 'n the mti.-t valhlle read to the conven of trin. v inlislutable evidence hey v etf;-tu lliv refutel the charge of un h. lthiness against the climate of SLouistna. He proved that the levees : are t-dav in a better condition than rv ever bet ,re, and now promise to the ut ,lluvi.d section abso.ute inmmunity ,fr ,ot overflow. Ilon. A. J. Muff, of Bossier, al t. thtgh the youngest speaker to ad -' ress the convention, was one of the "t. best. His people have in him an ri- able, earnest and competent r. )re le entative, and one who is destined to i reflect great credit upon his parish. re Board of Diretors, Soldiers' Ur now,, of LeaIsieaa. u M. NEW ORLEANS, FEB. 21st, '89. of Owing to the depreciation in the al State warrants for 1888, the Board of ras Directors of this institution are com be plled to make this appeal to the ir public. it. At its last session, theGeneral As 'd sembly of this State appropriated for 'd the support of the Soldiers' Home but n- $7,500 per annum, instead of the is larger sum suggested by members of 1e this board. In the early part of 1888, Dr the Ladies' Confederate Memorial ie Association, of New Orleans, smIpor es ted by the benevolent Association of rY the Armies of Tennessee and of North of ern Virginia, by means of an enter of tainment given in this city, raised r- about $1000 for the clothing tund of t- the Home,and which proved a most timely contribution. Now, our re sd sources are still more eramped, as we r- have been able to realise but little on the warrants for 1888, and must wait I- some time for those of 1889. The it board is, therefore, compelled to ap 4 ply to all triends of the Soldiers of t Louisiana, for assistance. 7 This board is composed of the presi A dent, three vice-presidents and the re recording secretary of each of the Df benevolent associations of the armies i ?s of Northern Virginia and of Tennee see, making ten in all, none of whom i- receive any salary or pecuniary re s- ward, of say kind. To these two g associations the Home chiefly owes t- its existence and prosperity, and :o whenever they have called upon the a s, public to aid them in their noble and is patriotic efforts, they have always n met with a liberal response. i- To each Police Jury and to each t b individual citizen of Louisiana, we t - make this appeal. It is the glory of1 e our State that, as her battalions were I, foremost in the conflict, so has Louisi s ana been the first in providing for her h - veterans, whether maimed in lttle, h - crippled by disease or disabled by old a e age. We invite you all to visit the ' Home in New Orleans, that you may S r judge of its condition for yourselves. g t All contributions and remittances tl - should be sent to John M. Cooe, Tress-~ I urer, No. 2 Tchoupitonuas street, New b - Orleans, and will receive his prompt n - acknowledgment. Please respend at a oree, Respectfully submitted. ¶ 'A. J. Lwml, President, f JNo MI. Coos, Truasrer, Army a a W. T. Cmnrales, Tenaessee. h J. B. Vwrr.j SFain 8. WASRINGrON, 'Fax, A. Ons, Army - CHAnLaS Ssm1u, of d I L. 1. Ltwce.,, N orth. Va. a T. B O'BaHz. tI a For geeral information we publish q ,the above. tl p In the ease of 8tatevs. Charlesri rSellers (colored), who was convicted Sof murder at the present term of t a court. His Honor, R. P. Williams, tl aix a Iew appropriate remarks puased a mastene oa the acsed last Wednes- ' I daym~ mrniag. Whe asked if he had a mything to say why the atence of a a th law should not be passemd upon at him smid, ye. When ashed what be A a had to my, simply mid, "when" His aenor inforemed him that that was I not a matter for him to determine that the Governor weld Lx the date. SThe sea meld to be unamoved. The wesa, Adaline Collins, had manthing to may and w maten d for her atmral life in the State peni Tb Chicqae New. asu "Mr. lais has rseted the fasus Seward 8 amassie at Washingtm for ter yarr.a SIt iusid to he h ei r e te s aad a! iother peIt ttemta Thsewse - tary Seward and hisse wreemabbel. Thai. hlip Dars. K died alarI Ge.B.frjassbotm.m. Other tragic B emmemess hae lie take plae d there. But Mr. Naim is ne t super alitises, and he is siatded if the a steae" A good mart medium mw, g be ohlo to throw ses "> ~ . , w •. s s- to -- , t~a i, ' WASHINOUN ItiTER. g (From onr Ruadl'r C(ormronnpent) .. W'.saRIxTON,.FEB. 25th, 1889. 1 Senator Daniel, in a speech oppol d ing the meddling Southern election Irinvestigation resolution offered by r- Senator loar, which the Republicans have determined in caucus to pass, 1, told the Republicans some truths which they will do well to heed. He e reminded them that State rights, which they want to violate, had elect Sed Benjamin Harrison president and . recalled the Republican party to: ) power, while a majority of 94,601 ' voters had cast their suffrages in favor n of Grover Cleveland. The Republi can party owed a debt to State rights for its incoming President, and the 1- country owed a debt to State rights for the domestic tranquility which Ie hailed his coming. . The Virginia Senator then alhuded ,o to the charges of bribery in few! York during the recent election; to the purchase of voters in Indiana in "blocks of five," and to the coloniza tion of aliens is West Va., as well as to the counter charges made by the e Republicans. He asked what a pende monium, what a terrible suspense, what a paralysia of business would e have followed had not State rights exercised their conservative and heal ing sway. Gen. Harrisen's title of President. which had been sealed and t given to him, was not given to him by a nation, or by a majority of its pf eople, but by sovereign States, which had commissioned him as their Chief l Magistrate, State rights held the ladder for Benjamin Harrison to as' ctnd the Presidential chair, had given the Senators their prerogatives, and had lifted the Republican party out of the Slough of Despond and ý brought it within sight of the goal of its desires. The Senator referred to the old e axiom about praising the bridge that n carriedwone safely across the stream. t And now that the Stats rights bridge e had carried the Republican partyI safely over the turbulent stream of Sconflict, it was meet that party con fess that after all it was a pretty good bridge. That Republican would be an ingrate who would turn back and e destroy what had done him and his s party so much good. It would be indeed astounding if New England Senators should unite to break it down. In conclusion Mr. Daniels said: "I was amazed when I read Mr. Hoar's resolution, gravely requiring the Ben- I ate to enter into an inquiry of the . 1 election of members of the House of Representatives. If anything more a un-American or more in conflict with the spirit of the American constitu tion could have been suggested, I am f at a los to conjecture what that thing is." Senator Blackburn, or Joe Black burn as his friends here call him, has given Billy "handler a scare from which he may not recover for quite a while, and but for the interference of Senator Faulkner he might have gotten a severe thrashing. The I trouble took place in a committee room of the Snate and was caused by a report which Chandler had I made reflecting on Secretary Vilas d and ex-Indian Commissioner Atkins. The Kentuoky Senator questioned the facts stated in the report and asked wiere Chandler got his informatien. Chandler became indignant and said he did not propose to be bulldosed by an en-savedriver. This enraged ' Blackburn who nrached acrem the desk catching Chandler by the ur f and raising him up in the air a i though he intended to give him a spanking with the other hand. At this stage Mr. Faulkder got his arm c raend Blackburn and Chandler was a rleased from his perilous pmition. Very appropriately m Washing ton's birthday, the President signed I the bill admitting the States of North and Soath Dakota, Montana and of Washington into the Union. Rep. resentatives Cox and Springer have received many letters and telegrams thaLkinag them for their persistut f forts in behalf of the bill. Genial "old Reosy," General Rose- I uams, is now on the retired list of the army with the rank of brigadier-ge. ernl, the bill to that effct having, passed both Hems. and been siped by the President. In passing the 8enate bill pesion ing the widow of Gen. Seridaa, the House reduced the amount from P8500 to P,500 per year. The Snate has refued the amendment and tb bill ha poeto a conferenace a Amthe actr ia the Garu4eld tr - v dyidead. This tim it is Doctor Bliss, the physician who had charge f theease. Te emeli. poitaiss has a alloea the ive. Hai'rr is e- - pe.ted to arrnive tmorrow and Mo t'th e mat day. o Tasthoumsad people the larges L crowd ever in the White House on: one evening, attended the last public reception of President and Mrs. Cleve land. - PER~IAL kEJTIOIN. fl -- y Our talented Congrcssman elect ,s from this district, the IHon. C. J. s, llatner, was in Rayville Monday is Ilast. He is now a citizen of Monroe e again. a A.J. Clack was in tayville from t- the northern part of the parish on Td ueday. S Geo. Slattery .oad W. [i. Scott, from Delhi, were in town Mo(ia)v. E. McDlonald, T. C. Hare and i sever:l others were in Ravville oni i Monday. ti Philip Wright informed uo on h Monday that Bmuf river was again in boating order. i J. S. Murphy, from Winnsboro, WI foarded Big creek on Sunday. 0 Maj. W. T. Oliver anal lady left n on Thursdav for New Orleans to atend Mardi (;ras. S Mrs. R. II. Brown andl Mrs. O. Pettit left on Thursday last for the city to atend Mardi Gras. Gee. C. Purvis was in Rayville on Thursday. Dr. I. J. limb c'aled on ts last Tucsday on his way to Missisosppi. Miss Willie Chapman, now of Ruston, came over on Tuesday's Strain. She informed us that she was on the way to the wedding. Miss Florence Chapman, the heauti ful daughter of our friend, D. T. Chapman, was mat ried to Mr. God I frey, of Alabama, on the z7th. Mr. Rainbolt, from one of the j garden spots of the parish, aknown ,fas "Small Deadening" neighborhood, was in town on Tuesday. That is Saft excellent part of our parish. High and rich. . Louis Clack says he killed sat. , ficient meat to supply his family and I to spare, out of the words this ytar. f'f Mr. Kline, from the lower neigh. borhood, was in town Monday. J. H. Guill went to New Orleans last Sunday. i J. T. Spruell and Mr. Mercer, i from the Gwin settlement, were in I town Saturday. t Mrs. Loveless, after an absence of 1 five of six weeks, te'urned to Ray [ ville last Saturday. Mrs. Janes I Lyles, who has been quite sich with pneumonia, came up to town to spend some time with the editor's family. I fi She is convalesing, and we hope Sesoo11n to see her entirely recovered. J. T..Lyles was in Rayville Mon- I day. He is going ahead preparing a for a crop. Mrs. Fannie Boughton and chil. e dren were in Rayville on Saturday. a Joe T. Boughton, we are info med, 5 went to New Orleans on the Era. No,. to to be tIrtated for rheumatism. 1 tlope he will be restorled.a Miss Lucie Heath, of the lower neighborhood, was in Ray ville lati Mondlay. Miss Ella Munholland, of WIVest Monroe, has been spending several days in Rayville this week, thet guest of Mrs. Thos. Jones. Prof. Lackey hasn eon in Ray- 1 ville this week tuning plannoes. t J. W. Simens and lady and the tw children left for New Orleans a last Wednesdlay. Dr. D. II. Bell left Thursday last for New Orleans to attend the Den- I tal conventon to be held there on the 6th. Col. A. B. Cooper went to the city Wednesday, we suppose to at- 4 I tend the immigration meeting which I holds there to-day. Mr. H. Y. Abraugh, of Alto, was ( in town on last Sunnay. Mts Alpha Tler and Mira Katie Carter made a flying trip to Delhi and return on last Sunday. SMrs. W. G. Scott was in our city last Tuesday. Mrs.J. H. Rhyme, returned from Monroe on Monday with her dugh. ter, Mrs. R. E. Crowrich. N. C. Vickedtmrs inforemed us this week that the second survey of the Fost Scott red wIl be fnrther east afte creasimng the creek. A.J. Wrightead Mr. R. D. Cutl peper were il town from the opposite side ofthe river. Mr. Calpeger ian. formed us that the river had farlen aboat svn anches. L H.I Brwnm canried eof v o vicvle ato Bt Reatge Wedueaday. Our yonag friend, . M. BDimin, an ofOak Ridge, was I Rayville lnt Suday. We ase-always glad to see Frank. Oa Modaly we met Dr. McIntosh, of Giraid, and Dr. BCrumby,o Delhi. We wasm informed that they came over, who with Dr. Bczley were to e decide whether Adeline Barfield, - convicted of mrmler, was non comtros mentis or no'. They, after a thorough examination decidt'd tshe was of sound mind. So the insanity hldgec in her case falls to the gron.lI. Thi it is where a youw, mother, ;t wl,itt. destroyed her infant five weeks oIl b y tying a rail to it and leaving it ii a hole of wartr near tnc railro:dl. . e r j GIRARD DRIFTWOOD. Our little town was sotnewhat saddened a few evenings sincg iv tLh" ' departure of Mr. J. A. AM. Corkle, who I goes to join his brother at Homer. La. Good by Mr. "Little" John, nmay your new home be a pleasant one. After spending a few weeks witl, n his mother, Mr. W. T. Gentry, de n parted to re-ile at his former place of business, Waverly. Miss Annie Malvanev, who h,s been spending the winter with her t many relatires, returned on Thurslday u last to her home in Jackson, Miss.,: lea ring a void in the hearts of all with whooa she has associated. e Mr. Jack Smith, one of the oldest citizens of Morehouse, died Monday last at his home near Oak Ridge. Our friend, Mr. Brown, made a recent visit to Oak Ridge, and judg- I ing from his radiand countenance, his visit must have been an exceedingly pleasant one. Rev. Mr. Mosely was in our town a few days since and partook of the! kind hospatality of Mrs. Hester. Mr. W. H. Todd is a frequent vist tor in our town. We guess the at traction for him. The parsonage is very much im proved and a great deal more con venient since the new addition, for which our minister deserves credit. 'PANSY." COLORED SCHOOL. [Pablished by reiques.j In consequence of the great need of school requisites, and of a very much impaired house, the patrons met to consider the matter. On motion, a committee was ap pointed to draft resolations. The committee recommended the organization of an auxiliary educa tional society, having for its design the repairing of the school house, and furnishing the school her needs generally. Likewise supplementing the scholastic terms. Two desks, a black board and five pair of window shades have been fur nished. Other necesitis will be had soon. Heading the board is Henry Wil liams, President; Thomas Jefferson Secretary, and Casar Williams, Treas arer. These are some of 'Payville's energetic, enterprising, fairminded and incesant laboring citizens. These and their comrades manifest a great desire to have their children thonrogh ly drillet in the rudiments of educa tion. Especially in those studies necesary to constrain them to be con sistant citiens. Gentlemen, you csan succeed by untiring energies only. There mae here many sprightly minded boys and girls, who will, if the work of developing those dormant talents and engenuities continues, ere long releet grat redit upon these toiling parents. Special mention needs to be made of the recent visit of the superintend eat, W. T. Insley, which has been so instrumenmtal in influeneing both the patrons and puplds to the dispension of their dutib. B. L. ITOOBS. " For t, e elebraktio of Mardi pl Gr· '" whi tnk· a pisee at New Or leans, Mab 5tht 183, tie. Luuis- a ille, New Oreas & Tea Raislwav ec (M.issisippi Valy Rbate) wiN make fr a "'eermioan rate" e one fair for " tem dtrip a keti to th soldi from all station moath of Vahebarv tii o Match Sad, 3rd sad 4th, ad front pc Vielkarg and sations snh on ayebia~ N.w Oreas a a moriag of Mare the th. Ti, k , n .good to retur ut9 March 1Oth. fi For tsepig ear l;sthe h, applp to K. W. HOW, G. P. A., P. R.Boerm . A.G. P. A., i tf Memphi, T mna*mes. ti t---- at11 N(OTICE.E All pasa spplylg r Li ett n the f I Syear 18 aem ihehy esusd to esmnly with f t e tO t Ae No 101 5a !1 U a.id License -n d.e and eoIe rtible m Jan'y I t, I 19. Se tlh. 188. LKM SCOTT. IB Sheri andl Ez.Olci. T Co (tl.eor. sewea ,m eaom (hiaer ei & Co.. of Das Mues. Iea., seimue*ad she m Ms.. enese sfa'eah rtanedy, belitving i e he the ms pumps sd relible pperston yet L predesed hi easths, .dds aOd emnp. d,,,o e pehi appesmnetee trme mark. seed i. timie i was smaes a en ae m pepss ·r Their nmed. Over ms k.neised h. matdl- b F~Cmhestla's Cesh Renedy svn ew di eeb arm..sa ad is meismld s .d ss she bs msd." whL· erlsai b mw,. It wilt o" et,,e a * esd leas tero dn tieiasn msr emher atne s FMYbo r I. csaley. d29-1m DYSPEPSIA. * that misery experlcated when we mand I denly hercome aware that we pnse aa al arrageauent called a tomachb. h The stomaclh is the reservoir from which every Anre and t ~neo mast be nourirhed, f danda trohh,." " rIt lis wxt fel, throutK out thino whole V" eqm. Amog el doman dype pter notwo wilt.l have the t e . dm lnanutiympltol. IyIpeptsoaea t aiver mental prwerand a biliust, cmptm rnent are sujeet to ett Meadleees those, leashy ad hltmate have C.o~tipke wh ile lie th in and ervoutare abeindone ii togu~~leem uiug holrnepepli are wonderfully lorgethr; toules iavi S.grent irritabtllaty of temper. Whatever form IJyrpaL m la ' , se thing is certain, nd adedtlite mo Is equally certlan., neo one will reumaln a dyspeptic who will . e eer at the ear, N wil dlwpaei'. S -r'y , w . a~esirfeyd dlrl. Soe, igven heted may ll wha rS d this a.d re aiccedys ag. by teadce hsm i eicr eiber wi-s. a'e Simmons lavse Ragulatar and I feII cMn.ert healh will be reored o in who w ,: be advused."-W. t.Kia, FartValley. ta. I writh red Z !Foa oel Wrapper. , t. E N o as C. uo a tdlphl. Pa. • a-as Lro , tIro i. 1fEYCR WA13 TO CURE. Biers CA ANS BE E BD. shs imi eresl (VALL lO5U O PILL5 s t rehn M.r oC - ris aw ue n t sorstrnwsbesw m iL i mr fmen this.*,5** novele ai tre utBreaowenis Iroerf .e Catatlra, soi be eseilv, quickly, i sntly and lastingly WE red by the It cleas th hed, sweetens the breath, and cnres Ca tsrrb il sll ilsstagee. The Jar will curm time worst ervous headacthe in from one to thlr e mitieer No wait ins, for resl*s; this novel sae true curative aowr its wnnderfull power inslt intl, and givesw universal satisfac tion, ras ures by nature's remedy are SCatarrh, a common and dhangeros malady, whn enrronic, is liable to oenaeum* the frontal heAs of the fskll, destroy the eutilages of the nser, and rodermine sad bliRght every t ion iand factlty of its victima. The breath is ,emi Ive, the memoIry, the reasoting p,.wer, rsi. tmt, hearing tie (irtlrtmti.o Ikasn*tra ti. tFA0ead. Elect ,i Jnr will ermicnlate m rktarrh ind Iprevent theMe evil. A frtu mne for rents. For crtalogue of all kinds f f Electri an s gd Paddrenss F.srczra A FEurruma, Cleveland, O. BlooI iotahles will he more diUlictl o era. tirat from the .yst:I n tha .i pringy than esual, op.n arountl of er hcaivy mlalrial atmosphers sIam fintl; hut resr whet Mr W S. tot, of Leggemr. T.mr uI saya When spaijU set in and s lomt.'aidl farming. my work c*a veIy irkstime; any c el was ver had. lmy aI-er re ised so rt regulury. anD jasm ,s I Iwas diie nt Ifei likh wort at at. I maoo a kbnnt* of Dunsy's Caoun Peark Biners amml am now entirely well. I lwreily rmetmeedt theme ma all who see aesering wi'h any et the eaennplires im inaclaimel they will cave." II yor system needs toning up, try a beetle. All wJrrantd. For male by Dr J S Degssy.