Logansport Pharos Tribune, September 28, 1883

Logansport Pharos Tribune

September 28, 1883

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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 28, 1883, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOET DAILY ABOS 9th Yr FBI DAT EVENING SEPTEMBER 28 1883 No 84 GEO W HOFFMAN 80S fourth Street DRUCiW lot Fui ti PHARMACIST COMPLETE STOCK LARGE LIGHT BObM PURE GOODS FINEST SCDA FOUNTAIN Inthe City PUKE FRUIT SYRUPS OSBORNES FAMILY PAINTS White Black and Eleven Different Colors in Half Pints Pints and Quarts The Following Corrected Prices List of MCAFFREY HftRMOKY Tie New York Democracy Mee1 is Peace Platform imd The Butlor Ticket CO purchasing goods elsewhere SB you will findthat you can Save from ten to twentyfive per cent on a I goods In their Im mense line AT THEY BUY AND SELL GOODS STRICTLY FOR GASH Iffius enabling tliem to underse1 other competitors WEIFTH flTREET DRUG STORE THE JEWELER 421 BROADWAY GfOLD AND SILVER WATCHES Jcwcryol JIAMONDS SllvfnvRre Clocks SPECTACLES Watches ciiirefiilly repaired Old Silver bought DR THOMAS Tivfi Bflf TllT UJ Uj MI iill STKEKT Boon EAST OF JJOXIETH AT OIOTCK DAILY AXD AT Ail HOOKS We treat no incurable patients when it can besodetermineil beforehand fte mvo cured or becsHied to a satisfactory degree 95 per cent of all wses treaieO We mako any operation thai any specialist makeii tiranulu scrofulousi nnd Uia Inflammatory conditionii of the sjre yields to our treat ment with nearly absolute certainty We cure every case of Runninff from the ear Durhg the last yeoi we have cured one of ISone of 2S andoiw of 88 years standing Deafness aad nolss a tho ears treated by the rrmbined use atelectricity and ttia iii jectiou of medicated steam Into tliecieep parts ot tlie ear back of tlie drum mem brane Jfopain ordangej nnd ofter SIKI s In restoricg good and useful liaarini after fuiluro by allother methods Fees moderate but wetikly or monthly In acl B O MEATS Heat Siijjar Cured Hams Beat Sugar Cured Shoulders onlysKc Best Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon onlyis c Bncon Shoulders a c SUGARS Standard A Sugar s e Soft A Sugar syc White Extra C Sugar s c Extra C Sugar nice New Orleans Sugar the nicest you Granulated COFFEES Nice lilci Coffee free of dark grains SVr Choice Bio Coffee10 The FinestTIo Coffee in the miirketia1 Fvousteti Rio Coffee Koasted Rio Coffee best14 Very Finest Gunpowder tea in the market Very Finest Young Hyson In market C Verj finest Icnpeiial idmarket only65 c Very Finest Oolung in only 05 c Very Fluent English Breakfast tea in marker c Other grades of tea from per pound twentyfive per cont lower than any house in the FRUIT V Florida Oranges per dozen only30 c Valencia Oranges par dozen only25 e McaiiwOranges per dozen only 20 c Messlnii Lemons per UOZPD only is c liaisent por pound onlyiu c Finn per pound only PRODUCE Best Grades of ilotir in miirlret JUT hundred only 53 00 Peacli Blow Kosu and iint setts bushel 25 c Turnips per tmsliel c larrotts per bushel70 c Boiiton 1 Declines to KunOlaryiaiul JRe puMlcanNIlalBteau ami EUFITALG N Y sliipt Demo cratic state opened rmder favor able auspices As John Kelly the fammany chier eu tered tha hall he was cheered by lie Tam many and Irving hoH delegations in gallery Thb delegates arrived iu a body no preference Ixnng shown to an distinct body on admittance It was a noticeable fact thai John Kelly was thi only delegate cheered on entering tl ban Uanitl llacning chairman of the state commirtee called tho convention to order ocd presented the of AfredC Chapin of Kinds county a3 temporary chairman Til accepting Jlr Chapiiai addressed the cou vention expressing thai is for tbo honor con ferred He spoke in tbei highest terms of the administration of Gcw Cleveland Mr Chapin was only interrupted when the name of Gov Grqyer Cleveland was men tioned and then the delegates applauded the Tammany and Irving hall men however remaining silent In the rollcall when the name of Samuel S Tildisa jr reached Che convantion greeted it with langvomin utd applause Francis Lynde Stetson a county Domo racy delegate presented a protest on behalf of tho thirtyfour county Democracy dele gates against the admission of the Tammany Tho protest was referred to the committee on contested seats when ap joiuted Business proceeded lilowly owing to the resentition of resolutions and discussion of he rules the New York delegates mainly speaking At the conclusion of the rollcall and the reception of this protests of contest ng delegations the following resolution was fferecl That the delegates from tho several con gressional districts solea one delegate from ach congressional district to constitute a committee on credentials to which commit tee as thus constituted shall be referred all questions of contented ssats Mr Grady of the Tammany delegation ottered the following amendment which tho j mover of the original motion accepted Resolved That tho committee ou contested seats consist of oaa member from each con gressional district not contested and be se lected by the delegate from such district scats are not contested ExMayor Cooper representing the county Democracy offered an amendment that New York city be excluded The amendment of Mr Cooper was finally voted down and the resolutions were adopted Thomas C Ecclisinewas introduced as tl representative of the hoirmony meeting Mou day night in New York and presented resc lutions adopted by that body Henry read a communication from son Harris who was a candidate fbrgoverjua against Carroll in 1875 and who it fc claimed by Republicans was counted out by the Democrats was ciLiinnan Henry Stockbridge chairman of the state central committee made a speech nouncing the Democratic party and refer ring to Mr Hzirris as an exgovernor of tha state jJter longdeliberation a platform o principles was adopted The platform is very elaborate It approve of tie adminisv tiation of President Arthitt alleges abuses in the administration of ths state joverni ment and dedares that only Republicans can bring about reform It recommends the abolition of the tax commiss sioner airf tbe transfer of itsduties to the compr nollar the abolition of the offices of weighers grain and hay and tbo repeal of tha law for the compulsory inspiJctiOTi of tobacco It also inserts hii its entiretyithe ininoiity re part of the are Democratic litate eon veutioiv It recognizes tha right of laboring men to form combinaaoos for protection and points to the policy of protection tlie Republican party It holds that colored lichools should be placed on an equality with white schools op poses thu convict labor contract system and freiglptrliscriminationagaiBSt citizens ot tho state Nominations were then invited andi the following ticked endorsed For gov ernor Congressman Hart Holtonfor at tornay gsneial K Steckett Matbews whosel nomination for United ijtates district judgej was donTi by the senate and for comptroller Dr Washington A Smith Dorchester county Republicans regard the ticket us a strong one hut there is no probai hiiity or its winoirig toe Republican countyticket win TOI be a j shy about voting itorHthe legislativa GOT Fastis csadfcllscy is being held before them amd nj fatrue thitt be is not popular with Hie GennaiB But Foster hasiotasnrethingon the seastorskiji if the legislature JS reason of hjis prominence in thecontest the lield is Ticket WITHDRAWAL OF PPJNCK BOSTOV Sept Frxlerick O Princi thu secretary of the Dfmocratic nritionnl committee who waS nominated forJ iKiUtenantgoveraoron the Butler ticket tele graphs from Francis that ta can not accept ifrHolstead said there were maay other candidates for the senatorsihjp among whom henistmedexGov SToyes Beni Bntternorth Olonzo Toft Compitroller Jjtwjence and oth ers including exSpeaker KetQr He pooh poohed tbe idea that the Democrats had no moniay and said fliey siways put up s poor mouth bcj bad plenty of the sinews oftho csuirpaign EOS THOS A HlBiDBICKS Thomas Hendiicks attbe Jnmd Pa cific botc says csjncermng ttelowacam piusiii where he has been lthiak that tho i Demoijratic position on tariff will permauently strjmgthen as in Iowa though tho temperarace question s the leading issue in this canvass I lieard little said itbout the of electing a su preraB Judge but some Democrats appear to exipeei iho election of their raadidate for governor A TAIL TO UNFCUD All Wool Scarlet Underwear a Dollar a piece the Full Line UOTERWEAT Pri ces the Lowest Parsnips por bushel so c CANNED GOODS BestSlb can Table Peaches heavy per Jest 3tb can Pie Peaches per can L est ifb can Pie Peaches per can20 fst gallon can Pie Peaches per can 35 frnlloii can Apples per ciu3i 5est SB win Toumtoes per can12 2tb can Kaspberries per can IS c BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES WALKER RAUCH 420 BROADWAY S H PETERBIBELL eft 2to can Strawberries per cnn 8 can Blackberries per can iest 2fi can Damson Pluiiis per can cnn Green Gages per can S afc csii EggPlums per cansj D 2tlicnn Pears per cansjf can Gonseberriesper 2lb can liima Beans per tstatbCin String Bfcans can Sj 3ttt 2lb iran Pumpkins per cm ss Best alii nan Whortlebairies pi i Best 2Hl can Bnclceyo Sugar co i T can Best 2lb can Duy Co can y Best 2fl can Burnliam Merrill Pru s J Corn per can15 Sib can Elgin Coin per can 22 Uest 211 can Karly June Pensper Best lib ran Clams per can Best 211 cnn Clams per can Best lib can Lobsters per cnu Best 211 ran Lobsters per can Best lib can Mackerel per can Best 2U can Mackerel per can Best lib cnn Salmon per can Best 211 Saluon per can WINES AND LIQUOSS Best Port Wine imported per gallonSi 50 Best Port Wiuo California per galloni 25 29 15 25 12i 20 15 Best HocIS Wine per gnllon Best GiieiTjWine Imported peigall i 25 peigallon 1 oo STATIONERY Books Wall Paper and Fancy iArticles Have received their spring stock niul an now prepared to furnish the latei in Best Cherry Vine California persalloul Pure Grape Cnlifgrnia Brandy per Ou Bouroon Whlskyper gtilloiifram Si 00 to ureKye SO lalnl Bwr per dozen from1 OU tol 50 the AntiMonopoly league asking the coi vcntion to reaffirm tli9 principles in las years platform in reference to the placing o some restrictive power on grasping corpora tions J L Franey on behalf of the workingmeu offered asking for the abo lition of tho contract system in penal iustitu tions second to secure for children the bene fit of free schools by prohibiting the employ roeut in factories and workshops of person under 14 years of age third the enactmen and enforcement of the tenhour law in mills and factories and fourth the establlsumeu of a state bureau of printing The resolu tions were all referred The usual committees were then appointee and a recess taken Upon ieassennbling the chairman of th committee on contested seats offered a reso lution declaring that in the county of Non York tho organization known as the count Democracy is the regular Democratic organ ization of the city and county of New York that for tha purpose of permitting those Democrats in tbe city of New York noc with tho county Democracy to unite in the coun cils of the party tlie seats in the conyenfion to which tha county of New York is entitled be distributed ns follows To the counry De mocracy 3S Tammany hall Si Irrajgiall 10 The chairman of the committee moved the previous question Grady of Tammany immediately jumped to Iris feet and said I ask that upon the question us to whether tho main question shall be put without a delegate on this floor baring a right to say a word the jeas and nays be callod and we wDl find out whether this is a Democratic convention or whether it is completely under the control of some gag law Tho roll was called and the previous question was nays 33 Tho main question was then put and carried byviva vocs vote Upon a motion by Grady to reconsider tha vote there was a hot discussion tba Tam nany nnil Irving hall representatives roundly abasing ihfi county Democracy At the con clusion o Cfradys speech there was a great lamult and from the galleries nnd the spec ators on tlw floor criesof Kelly John Kily The matter was disposed of by Grady nitlidrawing his motion to recon nder Thomas C Benedict of Ulster county was made permanent chairman The platform refers to the result of the aststata election jn the of its candi ite hy majority ontl denounces the rapositiim that the general government aise a long surplus revenae ti cisstribnte ig the states calls attention to the re thfc nomination Mr Priiica lias always bcen an opponent of Butler aad it was Cflought hy tho latters friendis to Irill him off ah a vicepresidential candiilate by giving hi m it state oflii e A good many pecpie soe in it a shrewd move to avert the nomination j of Busier for the presidencv inext vear THE PPESS The most remarkable tiling about tne atti tude of the press on the convention is ha ap parent acquiescence of The Boston Post The Post has alone stood out against Butler fight ing him openly until now It more than in timates its intention of foiling into line re marking editorially The Democrats did a days work whieli ought in almost every par ticular to command the respect of the voters of Massachusetts TheGlot6 declares that it was thu best convention ever held and that Butlers reelection is assured hevoncl doubt The Herald says The protest against pro hibition the advocacy of the appointment of boards of arbitration and tlie wppeal for a law securing compensation ior injured em ployes are all that tbe platform contains that is notmarely an anthitheis of anything to beat Butler compressed to n sentence The Republican platform was Butler must go but with the 63ceptioti oi the points we have uoted tbe Democratic platform miglit be sumsned up in tha words Butler must stay The Herald noncommitta think tho Democratio party ua tioually is coming around to a unanimity of opinion on the tariff Ilo iSotfeel capable of answering that question There is some difference of opinion amoBg leaders of our party but it is perhaps more in method of expression than m mean ing WiU yon speak in Ohio 1 i shall not be ablo to do I would like to help the Democrats there if I C13IPA16S iOSETDTGS OSKALOOSA Iowa Sept Hon Wil liam Ji Springer addressed a very large audience at the opera house in this city His speech was devoted entirely to tbe tariff question Kegwding Butlers speech ttays Last year he was Iowa Sept grand Republican rally hare was presided over by tlie Eev H H Greon who introduced Senator Hale of ilaine who after compli menting his hearers about eight hundred in number said that the people of Maine like the people of Iowa believed in school houses and churches and had the lowest percentage of illiterate citizens within its borders that the soldiers of the two states stood shoulder to shoulder in the war that they both believed in iha Republican party although the style of Maine had onoa in twentyeight years wavered from the true principle He then wont on to a discussion of the questions before the people devoting most of his time to a review of Republican national administration and the tariff ques tion WASEITOTOY Iowa Sept Will iam M Springer of Illinois spoke to 3600 persons in this place His address was en tirely devoted to a discussion of tho tariff question which be handled in a masterly manner That his meeting might not in terfere with the old settlers celebration held here he did not speak until after 3 ocloct but the crowd remained to hear him aad wore greatly pleased COLCIUIUS Ohio Sept Alien G Thurroari opened tha campaign for the Dem ocrats at New Albany at a big massmeetmg Clearance Sale OF WALL PAPER Picture Moldings S OEPENHEIM GENTS CLOTHIER AND TAILOPi Remarkable Bargains in Fall and Winter Clothinr Hats Caps and Grants Furnishing Groods Look at these Prices To make room for FALL STOCK Come in OIK e und get be of lore prices RAMELLS Next Door to Postoffice 0 00 to 00 Mens and 3 oo to 2000 Uudershirt and drawers from S5 emits 25uPWM1Js Overcoats also made to order Grocery Cor Chippewa ts Always in stoct Savenil others spoke Thnrman referred to see what he would do Tins year he is equally and his personal friends on as uncertain astothsfuture ami tas must again count upon public curiosity Stirring up the Ha shes arid Tetxing un gramxnatieal bills is not what Massachusetts people expect from their governor But this is about all that Gov Butler promises to do points to his sharp turns and tricks of the past Tear the ijmptinoss and ipnoss an fallacy of which have beet T repeatedly on u w madeno reference to Judge Hoadly or tbo leading issues in the canvas such as temper ancis tariff and the lifee TOLEDO Ohio Sept E P Noyos spoke hers to an audience of aboui fifteen hundred persons on the political issues of tli9 present campaign The speaker dwell aad tho ejrposed and says I promise nothing but theso samples you may judge of what I will do in the future Some refer ence should be made to what the governor looks to as a reword for bis hard service at tho state house If we are faithful over a fow things he says we shall be plawd over many It is not then the refrain of gov ernment tlrnt he has at heart as an ultimate end but tho control of qliibon v Scott la IOWA Crrr Iowa Sept G Kinne DemoCTatic candidate for governor ad dressed a very huge audience at the opera house confining himself almost entirely to tho tariff aad prohibition issues DES MOINES Iowa Sept B J Hal ot Burlington addressed a large encu here He discussed the temperance FULL LiHE OF FRESH GROCERIES CONDENSED TESTIMONIALS FOR Slaters Wonderful Carminative than any and all medicines and physicians put together j Portsmouth 0 June 7 S3 J M 1Aisutn Piop Palmers Catarrh Cure your Canninatire will ao even more thamyoa claim een years 1 have been troubled with severe attacks of Cholera Ator ami between them would have more or less Dwrrhoea The bottle you wva me I fall has completely cured me of Diarrhoea and L Have not nad tbe WXcox Aid Postofflce AT Goods firstclass and stock Calland see anrt avoid a long walk ovr into the city JOHN A A O2T such a severe case of had curinsme E F RsvADi Sapt Wheelbarrow Factory OF Fine Toilet Soap AND A RAG TO USE IT WITH AT DE PRYORS 25 CENTS ilr Slater After trying everything without part A W MjiECjtR Corner Sixth aad Etna Mr Slater Your Carminative will doall that ti claimed for It HODS l ways keep it oa hand for the sake of little suffeilng cWJdrea JSoir I know your Carminative to be tlie best thlogL ever took for cramps i and can giva you toe names of othera that will say the same rtnL Onedose cured CEILING WALL PAPER AND BORDERS BnbyCate in th8 Market The Leading Periodicals of the day PiNE O1GABS A BROADWJLT ABPTE FOUKTH apTll7dm lhB 1I3DST Used mi any JMplttau Sold by i i The auove is but a list o oar Im niense stock which is the largest and bes State and one thing thai proves we must bo sellini goods low niic Satis uur three stores are always full 61 customers others are sitting around j the tcuisting ttieirtoes MAIN HOUSE KG 410 HARKET STHEET Branch House Cor Sirth and Broadway Also House in PeruInd orms made in state government by the pres nt administration and on that ncord asks a renewal cf the confidence of the people en dorses Gov Clevelands administration and dedans it one of the best the state pver had tariff The platform is silent on tco nnd other national questions Isaac H Jlaynard ajid TTilliam were theu named for secretary of state Tho ballot resrjlted 209 rureell 1T3 The nominalaon of ilaynord itnriie diately made unanimous The tiifcct iras completed as follows Comptroller Alfred C Chapin state treas Robert i Harwell attorney generil Daais Olirieu enjjinew and suneyor naihan Siveet It was Hgreed that tue state shall havsrpowpr to decide who shall le tlie mianber from a district where there is a tie vote excspt in Tort city On motion of ilr Gnuiy of Tamiaany it was decidid iat tho county Democracy should nam bur of tha delegates from New Tori couutv Tammany hail threeand Irving hall one Adjourned Other Political XCTTS JtAEYlASD REPTIEIJCAXS Sept 2SXho Kepoblican state canvuntion met at noon There was a vary fnll nttendance including roany of tlio leading Binputilicans of Maryland J Monv large body of thosa who arc alleged to be delegate practically bad no voice in the se lecting of the ticket The Butler independent state committee held a meeting here arid indorsed ths Muni tion ot Gen Sutler W Nichols their most prominent men was expelled for telling a reporter that there was dissatisfac tion among them KEBRASKA EEPCBLIICAXS JTeb Sept Republi can convention did nou adjonrn until 2 odock in in morning iL J Hull J SL ffiatt BL P Holnjfs and J L ilallatien ivera nonunsted for ru gcots of the state university The platform ajarmed the principles of the jpartyiiidorsed Piresideait Arthurs adminislaatioii recdm snended legislation forfeiting lands granted to corporaiHons if the Jaw isd not been strictly complied with and declared for a tariff to protect American industry S B Pocnd waii nominated for jndge of the Sec ond distnctl JTOEAI CHICAGO Sept JUalstead of the CiccinitaD Commercial Gazette sneafcs hope fully of Republican success ins Ohio and Cin cinnati He acknowledges a Jtmznberof tmr certain elianents in his statei and remarks esjwciajlly on the uncertain poation of ths German Kepubiicaas saynig The iswhetlierioany of them who1 will voto secoKd ameucimeut is only topic of conversation LVDIAXAPOLIS Sept the meetins of the State Christian Temperance union ii was decided to raise money by stock sub scriptions of S10 payable at the rate of SI a year already of the stock has been taken also to committee to each congressional district to organize prohibi tion clubs and solicit subscription TilE ETD OiTHENEGBO CONVENTION Ky Sept 2SThe colored convention after the adoption of address did no business of any importance but ad journed almost immediately Most of tin members have gone home larger measures thus making the indirect ad 0 Sept the mission that his work of tbe post year and ruK1 of the stata the Prohibitionist bis operations next year should he be elected re th8 wstactive workers in this campaign are but a part cf the ambitious policy of a HJ67 s organized and the man who has been infected with thepresi ientia fever The Advertiser says that Butlers speech ike all his speeches was stuffed to repletion with in both of the truth suggestion of the characteristic piece of verbal trickery It was intended to deceive throughout and in asmuch as those who listened to it are anxi ius eitaur to be deceived or ta deceive others t had its effect Gen Gutters fertility in alsehood is a great advantage to him for as all hism isstatements cannot be exposed by he most industrious speaker or newspaper e gets the benefit of those which are not as sailed The Transcript says The lowest thing ever one in politics in this state doubtless is the irty quackmedicineadvertisemenMike amphlet just issued by Butler for free dis containing a garbled rehash of the ewsbury testimony tllustratod with the leap nauseating cuts showing the notorious voman whom Butler raked up from the ther life of Slew York pisces of womens kin of rows of corpses in the dissecting oom of rats gniiwing a hunuin face and so 3rth nil executed in the stjla of a Police ozetto and appealing with satanic accu to same pmrient curiosity and ft morbid taste for the disgasting ozid cruel that are gTatiCed by sucli peiitiferouj litem ture Eow far Butler will go in pandering to the asions ol the worst classes time on will show The Journal says that theconvention fur ther than being a Butler meeting was a body which ratified the decrees of the Democratic state committee and their spokesmanThe QUINCES MERRIES FITZGERALD STREET Fixing Differentia Rates YOEK Sept i8The passenger agejits representing the railroads in the joint executive committea continued their discus sions at CommissionsKnks office The principal subject under consideration was tbe rsuirrangement of the percentages of business and the differential rates to be maintained under the proposed new contract betwam tbe pool lines It was agreed to make the secondclass rate from Chicago to York S17 by all lines except the Balti more Ohio which is to charge 416 The new Niagara Falls short line made np by the Baltimore Ohio the Wabash and tbe TrTesteim roads between Chicago and Niagara Falls was granted a differential rate from Cbkago to Albany and to Boston on B par witli the rates by the Grand Trunk of Canada and chu Erie routes recommend i I P DtCKEBSiK iceBlveme suchrelief asonodose of yourCarmliutHyo it to any one troubled with Dlartljoeil I was TtoBKKT kitinros neatCoryville I bad sixteen operations in eight hours and one bottle ot yonr inmaflveconTiDeed me ft was tliebest ttdagl had found I never saw any medicine that would check tlie diarrhoea For sajeby ailjOruggist and Country Stores Robert Kreuzberger Importer WholesaleDealer in WINES LIQUORS Rhine Mossellc FreuelLSnanlEh and Hungarian Wines also OOifcrniii Missouri and Ohio Wlnns J14 Market Street loffiinsport Jnd Now Here and tings In Unlimlfed Quantity I Of the Latemt Styles and Finest QumlUy And of JE very Known Variety Or TJ S L A 2SF Nprdieast corner Fourth and Market street col not surpassed tsatuiJasoiren 1B mn4 J supplying ibewmUfTof PlettUMtin of the Sis CoBMcienee Smote Him CAGo Sept FrecerickWalscbgava lumsulf ap at the Chicago avenuestation say icff had robbed a firm in Reading Pa last February and hearing that another man named Richart ivas serving a sentence n fei house of correction at that place for the crime his conscience him and he to be returned to Beading rmi robbed isi TTnTiffman Eckhardt and they irtll be notified of the matter and if ths facts as told by Wakch are tine he will be setit there of tie 5rmi robbed isi IcOjan Soys at School CiaciWJ Sept Fifty tadiaa boys fromjatolSyearsCld have teen bronght to thewtjbyDepatyiSberiffBurfce Theyare fron he SiooxresssTatiouat Forti Totten and will go to school at The United States government pays their tcitioQ CSICAGO Sept LordColeridgesparty left CMcago very quietly by a special tram erttio for St Louis The train was Endured 07 tbe Chicago Altos rail road company Gov John iL Hamilton and Mrs Bsmflton accompanied the party as far Endorsed Ty the Frencn of Medicine for Inflamation of tlie Urinary Organs caused by Indiscretion or Exposure HotelBieu HospHol Paris Treatment PosMve nre in one o three days Local treatment only required Xo naus eous doses of Cupebs or Copaiba INFALLIBLE HrOKSlC CtrEAT4VX Price SliiO InclndiasBalb Sycln je Sold iby a Druggtis or sent Ireeby mail Eecuidr sealed on receipt of price DeBcrJpUve Treatise free on AMESIGAN AGEKCY flenM CIXK CO Detroit llicli and Wlsdsor bat G IT HGFKJIAX City Drugstore H and in peaon oversees and nt aud guaranujfaiEaUslaciioi to aa Look for the sign of the Jat Man oa the Wall and dont to call on Gus before purchasing GUSTAV LANG PAT FOX and GUS WTESE Salesmen COHEN isaWastFoBrthSUCiucinDaii PRACTICALrOPJICMS EJtfiLISS papal Ambassador Js no won bis irayfronj JEome for Montreal 10 awjinreiinto the capid spread of SVeo mascittiry amoiig tie adherents of the Catholic faict SOOOOO A Man shot in the front door ofthe AKK and carried off goods following low Best white platesz cents cadi Odd cnps and saaeers2 cents each 8 ineli dinner plates4 cents each FitcSers10 cents feouptureensSOcents Comports25cents Bowls and pitchersSLOO Glass cake stands25 cents u glass bowls50 Bird 5 guitts note paper 1 Knives and forks pw set 50 cents Carversndforks 35cents BltHklxxiks And a wonderful lot oJ gooos siich as glassware crockery plated ware keeping and lo cenj r r It f O w ji Uii jVIiVl i Corner Fourth ;

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