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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Cincinnati, OhioInsp Puthe Cincinnati commercial saturday january 22, 1881-with extra Sheet. Sup Quot Janega a la e9 severe Stor damage in new York by wind and sleet. Mammoth hotel at Asbury Park demolished. Immense destruction on the Jersey coast. Eastern telegraphic communication almost entirely stopped. New York january 21.�?tbe storm of Hail a and mid which by Oke a ver this City this morning originated m the Northwest and has moved eastward across the not tory. The officer to charge of the 8 Igual service station said this morning that the storm will pass Over this City some time this afternoon and be followed this evening by Clearing cooler weather. Up to noon to Day the total amount of water which bad fallen was one Toyli and a Lew Frei Imus. Sergeant Gionett said he could not give the exact tag urdu because the ice had formed so heavily at tie sides of the gauge that no definite figures Ronld be Given. The ice had also formed to heavily upon the wires connected with the wind gauge that they broke under the weight. Up to 7 o clock the greatest velocity of the wind was about thirty Miles an hour but the wind continued to Inci Tase in Force and at noon it was blowing at the rate of More than forty to tics an hour. The storm Beual displayed from the Flagstaff of the equitable building was torn to shreds by the Tierce wind and it became necessary to substitute a now one. The Flag pole a swayed to and fro. And while the reporter was in the office of the we Ather Bureau ice which had form d upon the Flag-6taf& fell upon the roof with a startling crash. The storm has caused to entire suspension of telegraphic communication throughout the country. The wires of the Gold and Stock Telegraph company were interrupted everywhere. Along canal Street a great Many poles Bare been prostrated a the weight of Ico forming upon Tho wires and about 10 of clock this morning an officer of the first precinct reported that a number of poles along South Street had been blown Down. At the office of the manager of this system of Telegraph.61 Broadway it was stated t hat the wires were out of order everywhere and very few of the wires were in working order. Up to 9 of clock this morning the wires were to working condition in All parts of the City but at that hour the of ice upon them became so heavy that they began to break and fro i that time up to 2 of clock this afternoon continuous reports of broken wires and interrupted circuits were received at the office of the superintendent. Soon after 9 o clock this morning one of the derricks upon the new Stock Exchange was blow Over by the wind and fell into Broad Street Catey ing away in its fall about Twenty five wires of the Stock Exchange system of telegraphy at he office of the superintendent of the Western Union Telegraph company it was said that very few of the wires of the company had been broken but that the greatest. Trouble was caused by the wires of other companies falling across their wires thus interrupting communication. In the upper part of the City however Many of the Telegraph poles had fallen under the weight of the tee and the heavy wind and communication Wuh stations outside of the atty is almost entirely shut off. The superintendent said that no attempt would be made to repair damages until the storm Hus ceased As the wires Are broken and interrupted everywhere. Great loss to the Telegraph companies will be caused by the interruption of business. At the office of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph company it was said that business was completely suspended. None of the wires outside of the City were in working order and it was impossible to say Bow soon they could be put in operation. The same report was furnished at the office of the superintendent of the american Union Telegraph company. A Large crowd of spectators Are gathered in front of a storehouse at noon to Day watching the wires or the Telephone company snipe need from the roof of the Post office building. The frames to which these wires were attached Hong out in a dangerous manner Over Broadway but. Hud not fallen at 1 of clock this afternoon. A Large us inner of sign boards Telegraph poles and wires were blown Down All Over the City but up to Nood to Dasiy no Wenoni calamity had been reported. The streets Are in a most deplorable condition the sidewalks on both sides of Beaver Street from Broadway to William Street being covered with water measuring in depth from an Inch to a foot. Many of the culverts Are blocked with Lee and Snow. At Many of the Crossings it was impossible to Cross the Street without wading nearly knee deep. The hands on the clock on the churches and other Public buildings were stopped by the accumulation of ice. The storm was accompanied by an unusually High tide which backed up into the cellars of the buildings on the River front. V the storm of sleet and ram which overspread a vast area of territory to Day was one of toe most distr on known in the history of Telegraph companies in this country. Communication by wire with the Interior of the country 6x011 1 in a few instances has been practically broken up since Early tills Nurto Roma involving serious Fosse to the business Community and different Telegraph companies Aud leaving the newspapers Tor to e first time in Many years without their usual sep ply of Telegraph matter from National and state capitals Ana elsewhere. In 1 his City the ice embargo bus fallen with disastrous affect breaking by its weight hundreds of Miles of wire and most completely stopping telegraphic communication Between Stock add various other business exchanges and offices of merchant and brokers and leaving the offices of the tire deportment almost useless and the City in jeopardy in Case of a conflagration. The w Estero Union the Union Aud the Atlantic and Pacific comprises have each sent ont a Large Force of men to replace the broken wires Aud to reestablish the broken communication in this City and along lines of their plants but from present ii Catious it is doubtful if a Vires can be placed in Complete or satisfactory working order before two or three Days. In new Jersey the storm worked terrible havoc with Telegraph wires. In Jersey Tity end Newark tie wires of the Western Union Continental and Amei lean Union Telegraph companies and wires of Telephone companies were blown Down and carried along the streets Many Telegraph pole w Ere also blow u Down. Untold damage was done in Brooklyn. Up to noon to ctr our Telegraph poles had fallen. The Trees Are of sing All Over t he it iter and it is absolutely dangerous to be out of doors. Telegraph wires Are lying helter shelter All Over the streets the thoroughfares arc in a generally dilapidated condition in the Day one of the stanchions support link the City Hall Tower gave Way and a Little Lut Ltd the West window fell with s crash to the sidewalk. The damage is said to be in the neighbourhood of $70.000. New Yolk january 21lf 30 a it. rain has turned to Snow which is now general in this Vicinity. At port Jervis new York Snow is fifteen inches deep and still Fulling. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. The storm played havoc among the vessels lying in the North Aud East Rivers damage heavy. A heavy amp Juull threw the ship Sachem on her Side when she took fire and was partially destroyed. Valued at $50.000. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Albany n. January 21.�?the storm which he been brewing m the West for some Days past Rea Obed this City this morning. Reports from the Northwest tote either Light Snow or rain from last night at 13 of clock until 2 this afternoon. The barometer in this City has fallen .47. Any fail Over .10 of an Knob during the same period is considered heavy. At 7 o a clock the thermometer registered it at 2 ., 29o.the Telegraph lines around new York have at been Down since noon and no reports have bean received from the Metropolis. Trams from the West Are v try late from one to four hours behind the latter in the Case of the first Atlantic which should have been Here at Midnight is still at Utica and will not get Here till Daylight. Special to the Cincinnati comme Cuc Rochester n. Y., january 22.�?a heavy storm of Snow accompanied by wind from the Northeast set in yesterday Forenoon and continued until a late hour last night Cove King the ground with about a foot of Snow making the streets All but impassable. All trains were from two to four hours late. Telegraph communication was completely Cut with All Points East until about Midnight. The atmosphere is mild and indicates rain. The Torun was the Roost severe of the season and All business on the Street was suspended. Buffalo n. Y., january 21.�?owing to the heavy sleet storm which seems to extend from Philadelphia northward along the coast into new England and for Imilce West no reports Are received from the Hast Tho wires being broken and unfit for business. There is not s single wire to new Yolk. And Only two wires from Here to Albany. Asburt Park n. J., january 21.�?the Mammoth hotel to course of erection was demolished by a Gale this afternoon tile wind blowing eighty Miles Afi hour. A partially completed cottage was blown to pieces. Hie Stern a done immense damage All along the Jersey coast. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Boston january 2.�?decidedly the hardest storm that has visited Boston this season came to hand yesterday. It began with Snow at 1 30 . And turned to rain As night approached bringing a Strong wind. At 7 o clock it had turned cold and the wind was blowing a Gale from the Northeast. The rain had become sleet and was blown with fearful Force against the faces of unlucky pedestrians. The Telegraph companies were particularly heavy sufferers. There was not a line of wire in working condition Between Tki City and new York at an Early hour to the afternoon and during the Ouight no press reports were received. Trains upon nearly every steam Railroad were behind time engineers not daring to make their usual time owing to the severity of the wind and the impenetrable Bank of Slect Ami Snow before them. Horse railroads ran with six and even eight horses attached and even then made bad work of it. Emte a Fleet of coasters ran into the Harbor for Protection and anchoring in the Stream. Much apprehension is Felt for the safety of several coasters known to be outside the Boston Light. A perfect Gale is in Progress in the Bay and serious injury to the shipping is feared. The police and the Are department bad a hard night. The latter were obliged to Salt the hydrants at frequent intervals Al night lors while the former were vainly endeavouring to keep Waryu. The attendance at the Heaters was remarkable considering the state of the night though undoubtedly Many tickets that had been purchased remained in the owners pockets. In fact on reporter who had a night of it concluded it was decidedly the worst twelve hours he Ever passed. Damage abound Pittsburg. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Pittsburg pa., january 21.�?the storm of Snow and Rala which began last night and lasted All Day has done considerable damage in this Vicinity. Some of the Railroad tracks have been washed away or covered with landslides and travel impeded. Trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad have been three and tour hours Lare owing to the condition of the track to the mountains. And Daylong there was Little or no telegraphic connection Wii i the East. Harrisburg has been entirely shut off until late to night owing to a big breakage caused by poles being washed Down nine Miles from Harrisburg. This break was about a mile Lorg. Of coarse great interest is taken Here in the senatorial Light As Oliver 1s a pitt6burger, but no news could be had by the afternoon papers and excite Modt was running High. All news had to come from Harrisburg to night by Way of Baltimore until late to the evening. A the Allegheny and Monou Gabla Rivera Are very High and damage will be done by tie ice. Dam no. 3, on the Ronoug Nicla has been injured and it is May be swept away. One Gorge of ice thirty feet High has started Down Stream from above Here. The Allegheny River ice is passing out in great quantities but tuna far no damage has let eco done. Lincoln nf.b., january 21.�?a Terri Flo Snow storm is reported just Kurney and Points West. There must be considerable loss of Stock As 600 sleep lost by one Man. Chicago january 21.�?owing to the heavy sleet storm which seems to extend from Philadelphia northward along the coast into new England Aud Tor two Hundred Miles West no reports Are received from the East the wires being broken and unfit Foi business. There is nut a single wire to new York Only one wire of bout Pittsburg to Baltimore and the latter City is sending All Telegraph busies a through to Newyork by train. Arrest for assaulting a woman. The Legislatures. The Cikic Ignati weather map. From observation made by the so Tuiai service u. S. A., at 11 p. Washington mean time january 21, 1881. Balloting for u. S. Senator in Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Possibility that Cameron a candidate will be Defeated. Maynard selection regarded by his friends As certain. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Providence r. A january 21.�?a detective and officers of Newark n. J., came to this City to Day in search of a Man named Christian Trotzko who to wanted at Newark for a brutal assault on the Matron of the Home for friendless children in that City. It is said that Trotzke. Who is a married Man had several children in care of the Home and when he last visited the institution he quarrelled with the Matron assaulted her and also threatened to shoot her. The detectives of the City about 6 of clock this evening succeeded in capturing Trotzke at i boarding House. He was turned Over to the Newark officers to be taken Back to that City As soon As a requisition from the governor of new York Enn be of tailed. Trotzke has Bien working at a jewelry shop Here since september. Railroad Bridge destroyed. Pennsylvania. Spa plan to the Cincinnati commercial Harrisburg pa., january 21.�?the legislature has now balloted three Days for senator without a result owing to the Large number of republicans who will not support the caucus nominee. There was a slight defection in Tho ranks of the boaters to Day but allowance had been made for it in their calculations. The opponents or the caucus will stir number Al fit six. And they comprise the Best portion of the Republican Side of the legislature. These members will not yield an Inch to the regulars. Oliver the caucus nominee to night said that he never Felt More confident of election Aud that he expected to succeed by Republican votes. Or. Oliver May think so but the daily action of the boaters does not warrant any such prediction. It is not i prob j Able that he will have to be withdrawn. The vote to Day gave Liten 89, Wallace 87 and \ grow 52. The diminished figures for the general a candidates Are attributed to absentees. There wid be a session of the joint convention every Seo-1 ular Day until the senator is elected. Observations taken at the same moment of time at All stations. Local observation a bar. A her. Itu. wind Yei. Bin. Weather. Tennessee. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Nashville tens., january 21.�?the Only news to be telegraphed to Naglit is this or. Maynard friends believe that he might be elected to mor vow. There is a Promise from democrats which lends to this belief. The Republican caucus to night decided 1o Continuo its vote Fot him. Aud to test his utmost strength. If it fails to elect him in three or four ballot bugs he will be abandoned. Then Muse or the dark horse May come to the front. Tho vote to Day is not encouraging on the democratic Side to the friends of either senator Bailey or general Bate. The Low tax men at a meeting to night resolved to insist upon their own selection of a candidate. It May be Savage who was expected to be voted for to Day. Everything is in doubt. The contested election Case of Stewart was tonight. By a vote of the committee to whom it was referred postponed until wednesday 7 00 10 30 . 1 2 00 29.42, 29.57 29.641 36 85 36 86 so 9 75 9 to i 12 .45 . . Clout. Time. Dec Ciati january 21, 1881. Bar. Thar. 2�30 �00 10 30 29.66 29.83 29.841 36 36 86 71 71 61 a. Or. Inw.,1 Stu it 12 11 Mitru weather january 21. 1877. I 1878. I 1879. 1880. I 1s8l january 21. 877.j 1878. S�o2 Cloudy. Cloudy. .00 Cloudy. "�88u1881. Mean barometer. 30.164 29.822 29.897,29.700 29.680 mean Rel he. 63.8, 81.0 51.7 64.7 i 76.0 mean 28 2, 4t5.5� 4-1.0 62.0 36.5 a am to run or Snow. .00 .08 .00 i .08 .56 Max. Temperature. 32 i 49 50 i 67 i 41 i average wind be. be. A a. Min. Temperature 18 i 44 1 20 48 i 83 i �weather.,. Fair. Clo Fly. Fair. Fair. Clog by maximum and minimum thermometer aels . R. Watkins melted now. Sergeant signal service. U. 8. A. Indications. Rbt Tab War . Office of tit Kuhike a Ignal officer. Washington. January 22�?1 .�?for rhe Gulf states partly Cloudy and slightly colder weather northerly to Westerly winds and rising barometer in the Eastern portions. S for Tennessee and the Ohio Valley colder northerly to Westerly winds rising barometer partly Cloudy weather and occasional Light Snow. For tue upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Valeva Light Snow followed by Clearing and colder weather North to West winds and in the Southern portions rising barometer. The Rivers have risen live feet at Augusta where it is six inches above the danger line seven feet at Cincinnati about six feet at Chattanooga and Nashville thirty inches at Cairo and Pittsburg and twelve at Memphis. Petition and petitioners for a ordinance to suppress immoral shows. Following is the petition presented to the Board my a i. I. Ii a a. a of councilman yesterday in reference to the to the eighteenth ballot stood Maynard 36, j 13, Bate 31, k. L. Taylor 13, Bright 3. L. L. Haw decent show ordinance Kins 2, r. R. Butler 1, e. He Ridge 3, Smith 1, Harrison 1. On uie thirteenth fourteenth fifteenth and so i Lee tub ballots maj Nard received 47 votes the full i Republican strength. Nashville tenn., january 21.-�-caucuses were held to night by both the republicans and Low tax democrats. The former agreed to give three j More ballots for Maynard to Morrow and if these failed to elect to East the Republican vote for sex con Greg Man Harrison. The Low tax democratic caucus resolved to continue the policy heretofore pursued. The undersigned most respectfully petition the common Ciff Lucil of this pity to adopt some effective ordinance Lor Tuo suppression of All such morally exception Able practices As have lately so disgraced the Good name of our City we Are profoundly coi minced that it is High a a a a. A line that the civic guardians of cite Lunati should elem glistening under an open Etc Rose their Power to protect All classes is orow made All the larger by the hair being eluded the tenements on the Northeast Corner of third and 9ycamore. This must be a mistake for some years ago mayor Johnston and a committee went through those House and pronounced them among the safest tenement houses in the City m the event of fire tin re being no less than Teu avenues of escape and the buildings Are accessible on four sides to the fire department. Garibaldi a englishman. Be was a tall spare Man with guat aug and disastrous influence of the Unm Oral spectacles that injure our Community. And we Are persuaded that this result can dest be reached by putting the responsibility of licensing or with vol dog License from applicants for such like exhibitions upon the mayor of the City Spertal to the Cincinnati commercial Louisville kv., january 21.�?about noon yesterday the Bridge on tile Cumber my and Ohio Railroad Over Brash Bais Creek just plus Side of Taylorsville a carried away by the flood in that Strung a the Structure was a temporary wooden affair intended to stand until a More substantial one could be built. The train had just passed Over the Bridge before it collapsed and is now at Taylorsville together with the construction train and the regular passenger train which were both caught on the wrong ride of the break whew they will have to stay till a new Bridge is made. Nothing was known of the break till a Railroad hand could be a sent to Blic Byville on a hand car where he arrived at 6 Bolting hardware dealer. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Boston january 21.�?considerable excitement was created this afternoon by the announcement that Juds ii d. Harris hardware dealer on Cora Hili. Near Washington Street had left the City for parts unknown. Ilar its Las been in business in hard Ware Aud cutlery for several years lie Uever Ltd much capital but was considered honorable. Three years ago he failed and settled with Credi uus at fifteen cents on a Dollar. Of late his business and his credit have suddenly declined. On last Kain Day he consult d counsel find made a statement that he owed $5.000, Aud Bud about $2,000 to Stock. They advised him to go into insolvency. Lie i unaided i o do so. Since then he has not been seen. Lie is supposed to have tied to avoid creditors. Liabilities $5,000 8oiue say As Uig ii As $15,000 assess May be $2.000. Woodward a whereabouts. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Boston january 21.�?a special to the Globe from st. John n. B., states that Woodward the 1 Oxton defaulting cashier is believed to be hiding somewhere on the line of to inter Colon Hil railway Between st. A John and Moncton. A fortnight Aero the st. John police shadowed a Man supposed to be him but concluded they were on the wrong scent. They now think tie Man was Woodward a Boston Man in st. Johp claiming he and seen the default of on the streets of Emu place. There electives Are now looking for Woodward along the due of the Railroad Aud Moncton but without Success so for. 8an Francisco competitive Filli tart Drill. Special to the Cincinnati 4 on met Tal. San Francisco cal., january 21.�?a competitive Drill by tween the Oakland gourds filth infantry company of second infantry and company a third infantry was decided this afternoon in Lavor of the Oakland guard. The Oakland leave in february to attend Garfield a Inam Ruia Tiou. The Rumor that sex governor Stanford had dropped dead to Day is false. National Bank dividends. Washington january 21.�?the comptroller of the Cummer declared a final dividend in favor of the creditors of the first National Bank of Duluth making in All 100 per cent and interest to lifts also dec hired a dividend of 29 per cent in favor of the creditors of the first in Rioual bunk of Delphi ind., making in All 80 per cent. Matrimonial. Ohio. 8pected to the Cincinnati commercial. Senat Columbus january 21. Tho Senate reassembled pursuant to the motion to take a recess last Oming Aud was called to order by the president pro teni., or. Richard. The journal of yesterday was read and approved on motion of or Hartshorn the Senate adjourned until next Tuest Lay afternoon at 3 of clock pursuant to Senate Resolution no. 77. Hou8ecolumbus, january 21. Tho House reassembled at 8 of clock pursuant to recct.8 taken last evening and was called to order by the ski Ensor pro tern., or. Williamson. Or. Hei Nek. On leave introduced House Pill no. T>41, to Amend Section 4733 of the code so As to authorize the construction of sidewalks to approaches to foot Bridges Over streams. Or. Davis introduced Alonse Bill no. 642, to Emend Section 5026 of the. Code so As to provide thut actions against All Orts of corporations May be. Brought in the county wherein the cans of action or any part thereof arose As w Ell As in the county wherein the corporation is situate or a or had its principal office or place of business. Or. Hill of Hamilton from Tho committee on agriculture reported Back House Bill no 385, by or. Ii1u, of Hamilton to establish nil agricultural Experiment station with an amendment which was agreed to and the Bill was ordered to be -gr08041 for third Reading next wednesday. The House thou adjourned until next tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock. Indiana. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Indianapolis january 21.�?iu the Senate to Day or. Yancey on presenting a petition in favor o5� woman a suffrage moved to refer game to a special com Mitt re of live to be appoint id by the chair. The motion was agreed to. Aud Tho lieutenant governor Mude said committee to consist of messes. Yancey Wilson Brown Spann and Foster. Or. Spann introduced a Bill requiring railroads to Fence in their track. A or. Van Vorns introduced a Bill to provide Homes children. Or. Wilson introduced a Bill providing that the governor shall appoint All officers not elected by the general Assembly. The lieutenant governor annoy new a that senator c Comstock chairman of the committee on the revision of the Laws had appointed Luke Wrigley a clerk of Tho committee. Or. Kenner s Bill from the House providing for the Lesibu Mission of toe constitutional amendments to a popular vote was made a special order for next tuesday afternoon. The Bill appropriating certain moneys paid into the state trea i y by the United states to certain claims due members of tue Indiana Legh n and of Independent vol Reea companies of militia and minute men for s rendered under of Dors from the governor during the rebellion was the committee having that portion of the Jov Ernora a message and governor Porter s address referring to the late governor Williams in charge reported a series of resolutions in Eulogy of tie late governor which were made a special older for next Friday when eulogies will be delivered by the senators. Or. Lockridge a joint Resolution the senators and representatives from Indiana in Congress to vote for the a Keifer Bill a in regard to taking measures to prevent the spread of pneumonia in cattle was passed the Senate adjourned until monday afternoon. In the House the joint Resolution of or. Robinson of rip lev requesting Congress to pension tiie surviving soldiers of the mexican War was passed the Day was consumed to introducing Bills. Messes. Davis Mitchell and Edwin a introduced Bills abolishing the office of Road supervisor and conferring the duties of that office on the town a up trustee. Or. Furnas introduced a Bill providing for lie Ensine of Public shows and caravans and providing that the fee thus paid shall go to tue agricultural societies of the state. Sir. Me Sheehy a Bill to provide for electing electors for president and Nice president of the United states. Or. Hammond a Bill requiring marriage licenses to be issued by county recorders instead of county clerks. Or. Meredith a Bill to establish a separate government for the female department of the insane Hospital. _ Wisconsin. It scially the youth of the City from the contain it Imi bed Baek from it. He had a Gray Beard. A Jujj Moro White than Brown in it on his breast. He seemed from fifty eight to sixty years of old then. As Garibaldi was opening one of his campaigns an englishman Arne to him wearing a Broad Brit need hat lined w Ith Green in front to protect his eyes and carrying a Large Cartridge Box filled with cartridges and a powerful Field Glass. His equipment was completed by an excellent double barrelled Rifle. A general Garibaldi a be asked. A i am he a said Garibaldi somewhat roughly. �?o1 am sir John Williqm a Well of a a Maud i have come to ask the favor of serving under your _. Maribah i looked his recruit Over. A Humph a said he a to serve under inv orders ? you know what it Means serving under my orders a a no. But if you will have the goodness to Tell me i shall a no .�?� a a that makes no matter. I am a it dirty Miles to March a Day on �?o1 have excellent a plenty of a that is what i i ave come to a absolute obedience to my a Shiun Phil. A a there you see it will not suit?Yon.�?� �?o1 would rather fight alter my own a what is your fashion of a a i Atu an excellent a nah a a and i am a capital a Well to a i should like to fight with your a very Well 1 you shall fight with my �?o1 should like also to keep my own costume which suits me a you shall keep �?o1 should also like a ooh the Deuce you want too much. If i had been As exacting As you with m. De la Marmora 1 should never have begun my a very Good a said sir John a i will fight on my own Hook.7 a fight on your own Hook you Are right. It will be v sir John bowed to Garibaldi and Garibaldi bowed to a sir John. The fight at Baresi took place the next Day. Garibaldi sent his sharpshooters in but with All the Libaste they could make they found that sir John had already engaged the enemy. As we have said he had declared War against Austria and was fighting of his own Hook. Not Only was he fighting on his own Hook but he fought after Nis own fashion. He stood erect without any cover and paid no More attention to the Halls that whistled about his tall form than if they had begin Mosquito. He took As quietlj7 As if he had been out Hunting fired lowered his gun took his Fieh Glass to see the effect of his shot made a negative or approving movement of his head As lib was discontented or satisfied loaded again took fired looked through Liia Glass Ami again showed his satisfaction or disappointment with a shake of his head. Tie enemy in Retreat and Garibaldi master of the Field of Battle As he always was sir Johns ouly occupation was to look no his dead and wounded w Hom he knew just As one knows out shooting tie rabbits that he has knocked Over cleverly or Only injured. His dead and Bis wounded recognized and duly entered in his memorandum Book sir John started after the aus Huffman williax8. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Stanford. By. January 20.�?yesterday evening at Hustonville in this county or. Leo f. Len Limanti of gun noid was form led to mis Kate Tuo accomplished daughter of Rev. W. L. William. The Cei a irony was performed by the father of the Bride. Many beaut ill Aud costly present were Given the Young complo. Marine ne\v3. Bremen january 21.�?arrived�?noekai, from new York. T new Boeje january 21.�?airivei�?mosel, from Bremen. Minnesota sugar Cane growers. St. Paul january 21.�? the sugar Cane growers of Minnesota in convention at Minneapolis to Day unanimously adopted the follow log resolved that As proof of the encouragement we feel and As indicative of our Prospect of Success a barrel of Tho sugar on exhibition 64 sent to president elect Garfield with our comply meats suggesting a it does not ouly the Caro of Protection which the government should extend to so Greet an Industry hut the now famous Maxim of the diet log Uia led recipient. A nothing like ticket office robbed. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Cleveland o., january 21.�?the Cleveland it. Verso and Columbus Railroad ticket office at i her Burg was robbed by burglars lost night and $118 taken. Boston Cornell of new York alluded to Genero Grant in presence of that Gen Tiefau As a one who. Nore Tsiun Washington was first in War first in peace and Tirats in the heart of his after governor Cornell is right it will he proper to refer to George Washington As a second in War second to peace and second to the hearts of his countrymen. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Madison wis., january 21.�?in the Senate Bills were introduced to prevent the double assessment of Entrum Bercy real estate. Memorial to Congress asking for a Harbor of Refuge at Milwaukee was passed no Lor a suspension or the rules in the Assembly toe lumber commissioners report was read anti referred. That portion of the governor message relating to a residence for his excellency was referred to the judiciary committee of both houses. Bills were introduced providing for a Bounty on wolves and to Eaton rugs the raising of improved Stock. Both houses adjourned until monday evening. Nebraska. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Omaha january 21.�?the legislature met at noon. The first ballot gave paddock 39 votes a gain of one. On the second ballot Ruddock lost one leaving him 38. Three More ballots were taken nil with the same result making altogether twelve ballots in joint convention. At half past la recess was voted to 4 The legislature appears determined to elect the senator t of night. The twelfth ballot stood As follows paddock 38, Weaver 15. Vanwyck 15, Dundy 13, Post 9, Mason 7. Kinney 7, Nance 1 Kinley 2, Laird 2, Ireland 1, . Carry a Nevada january 21.�?mr. Rock Hills Resolution offered in Tho Senate instinct ing the members of Congress to vote against ratification of the chinese treaty was tabled by the republicans. Pennsylvania. Inc iras h. Skinner c. W West John a. Murphy j. Burnet jr., Peter Rudolph Neh James Taylor e. S. Lloyd Peter Gibson a h. Harrison Peter a. Who to Geo. Wilshire Ami i Baldwin i. Harrison a. 8. Winslow a. H. I Iukie Milton Glenn m. M. A note a a. A. Laid Ley Lewis Glenn Haiku cd Fosdick John Kyle a. A. Goodman ii. Peachey c. Be Jan b. F. Brandi an c. G. Comegys h. I. Olu Istead e. L. It Arper Joshua Davis j. In. I lays ii. 15. Murehead j. V. Mae Sclier James Gordon John t. Teod amp Rase k. T. Mousaii g. Thompkins. Isariel Weber t. Burkhardt 8. Net Sci win. H. Woods j. W. Richards j. A. Osborn e. L. Johnson a Geo. M. Hord c. W. Rowland . Cave Henry Garlick a. A. Long we. Clip la Oid no a Wilson bros., we. Brown Baui Uei Hale Truman b. Handy we. Glen Den George a. Prichard Alex. Mcdonald Theodore gook John Landon James Mekelian w. Cass Illy we. Youing Joseph Allen. Thom As g. Raith. To Ornas a. Mack Edmund ii. Pendleton j. W. N. Neff j. Ii. Long j. P. Mumbrue John Morrison lieu by elder David Judkins Thomas c. Bradford win h. Mussey we. Hubbell Fisher he. Lloyd j. P. Gay Alex if. Mcguffey n. P Dandridge Elliott h. Per Dickten i. .1 Fowler Oliver w. Geffroy t w. Zimmerman j. Emerson Al. C. Yergason los. Asbury Joi u t. Johnson. Tamucci w. Rump Geo. H. Johnson a Thomas , Benjamin Dawson John e. Johnson t. H. Currey Andrew Ritchie j j. W. Saffier i we. Scott Robt. Button of c. Monfort e. R. Monfort louts Snyder a sons fraud Terry a son George in. Jones b. P. Bishop Joseph f. Larkin w. 11. Lay Lor f. Dallas Thomas Mcdougall j. P. E. Kernler j. Webb jr., c. W. Call l w. Wiley Francis 8. Hoyt John j. Hight i. Byank Dart John b. Hart r. Dymond John Pierson i w. H. Nevvitt d. W. Rhodes f. A. I Lindy e. C. Smith to. A. Fletcher j. W. Dalo j b. 8. Cunningham g. P. Griffith g. W Forbes g. W. Neff Challes l. Foote win. N. King kidney d. Maxwell Samuel Lowery Alex. Swift Ile itry Nyo j. F. Gunningham Jab. Mcparlon cd Arles Davis Geo. S. Gray 1 Nomas Morrison we. Arnold w m. V. Kher sole Winit. Davis n. Mitchell t. S. Johnson a Robert Kil by James h. Snodgrass George f. Ireland George i.,King, Saffi Uel Wallace George f. Davis. ., h. Ii. Meyer Gideon Lurton we. Ii. Alien c. W. Gerard h. H. Shipley Reuben r. Springer Steward a Hiplito James g More Yirgil Gil Mike Geo. W. Mcalpin Robert Clarice Herman Duhme l. 11. Burguet a. Mullane Lyt Nau Norton ruins King Lawrence Maxwell or. A. Voorhies T. Rupel l. E. Mihor Henry l. Crane s. Broadwell j Amos w. Gaff Matthe w Addy Quot we. Gibson e. A. A up tar a. Tatt j. N. Kinney Adlph Wood h. Wilson Brown we. A. Compton Augustus Wessel we. M. Ramsey we. Gleny a c. L. F. Ilmington win. Woods j w. Kil Riey win. Shaffer j. P. V Alker j. Chickering c. H Daniels Frank 8. Fitch e. L. De Camp a. Howe F. Tice we. H. Uht Field h. W. Hughes we. Sum or l. W. Shaffer j. Tart c. 1. Palmer l. G. Hopkins w. Breed Henry of Clark p. Gnu Dumas George Mouth Ltd Jamos n. , James Gamble we. Runyan Jacob Krehbiel c. Forties Joseph a Hall a. Kellers a. R. Clark Joseph Thorne g. W. Smith John cock Mower j. K. 8 to. Wit it h. E. Ilott Luger w. A. A Rook we. Glenn. John f. Witsoe Theodore pc. Pear it. Robert Vigeon Isaac w. Joyce George w. Royce w. F. Boyd Shipley Hoover amp co., f. G. Ringgold a co., George m. Re such j. A. Kruip Kitsou amp co., John Gates James if. Gates tit and. H. Roamy g. K. Mitchell j. R. Clark Theodore Baur Theodore Baur or j Osyph sen i her d. Weihuan j. 8. Espy a. Watermeyer we. Bell Abraham Wise Samuel Welle disappointed. Us Carter s Ink and pm pm bark Suho pa., january 21, Eho Ioe for u. 8. Senator to Day. The fifth ballot stood on yer 89, Wallace 87, grow 52, scattering 6 i a a Kansas. Topeka kan., january 21.�?a Resolution was introduced in the Senate urging the Kansas delegation in Coli i Ese to facilitate legislation settling the status of ceded Jaudkin the Indian territory. A profitable engagement. Circa fee january 21.�?the total receipt of the Bernhardt engagement to Chicago estimating tomorrows performance Are placed a it $40,000. Sleigh ing. After a slight thaw for two dark it is again freezing to a Gerund snowing and Sleigh ing u Good. Carpet Stock damaged. By the bursting of a Hydraulic air chamber under 1 he Side walk in the basement of tie aloft go carpet company s store Corner Wabash Aud Monroe Street this afternoon Over $10,000 damage a done to the building and Stock of carpets and Wall paper. The Busei nent was entirely submerged before the water could be turned off. The match Between Hollywood and god Feln the following from the new York Clipper resulted in an interview by a Star reporter with Dick Goodwin As appears after the clipping a there having been considerable talk recently regarding a proposed mat a been Dick Holly a Nix Aud Dio Goodwin the funner request Quot us to Gay that he will not Luuke a mat ii to fight Spring Dick at. Catch weight but be can be backed to fight any Mati m the Woidat his proper weight 112 pounds for $2,500 aside. When Goodwin Feo i a Luck led to make a match upon those terms Hollywood who is now Thirry six years old and the lather of fourteen children will to Only too pleased to talk hashes Rah a times Star Rej Orter dropped to of Dick Goodwin popularly known As a a Spring Heel Dick Quot list night to a what is the Prospect regarding the proposed flight Between him and Dick Hollywood. I a very poor pm afraid a he answered. I wrote a Friend of mine in new fish Ort the other Day to put up a forfeit for me to close the agreement but i life it tie Clipper of this week that Hollywood refuse to fight at anything but Feather weight and i can to get it Jown to a what weight does that require Quot a the English feat Lier weight is 112 pounds that recognized in this country is 115 a Randyon can t get Down to that he a a no i Eanet possibly get below 116. As Hollywood says he will Only fight at English Feather weight 112, there a no use talking Moro about a do you think he really wanted to fight you at All a a i doubt it. You see he a few out Here some time ago. And had ail the Opportunity then if he wanted a fight out of me. I heard that he inquired about me when he was Here and after hearing about my record said he did t want to fight me. A Maud he evidently wont a a evidently to Tho editor of the commercial in looking Over the list of buildings declared unsafe to Case of fire which appeared in the Cincinnati enquirer of the 20th of january we find in fria us and thanks to Liis Long legs was soon up to the Advance guard. Garibaldi let him go on Sharp shooting in this Way after his own fashion during two or three tights without appearing to any attention to him. But As Garibaldi loved Brave men above everything he walked up to the englishman one Day in the midst of a heavy fire and staid a sir John let me congratulate you. You Aio a Brave a i know it a said the englishman. A and More Yon Are my a nah that a said sir John a i did not know and i Ain infinitely grateful to you. But excuse me one moment there is a Devil of an austrian Over there that i have taken a fancy Bir John put his Rifle to his shoulder and the austrian for whom he had taken a fancy shot in the heart made a Stop Forward Aud fell on his face. Sir John took his Glass examined his austrian made a Little gesture of satisfaction and turning to Tho general sail As he held out his hand a Good morning general. I Hope Jroud feel Well to Day a a trom that Day on. Sir John Pearl was never called anything but a a Garibaldi a English comic papers. From punch a River mentioned info la to ears polite.�?1the big big Dee. A guess again a a in answer to mtr Merable correspondents All dying to know who is the author of �?o7? do Ifni Ionti the last volume of which appears in on columns to Day we Are Only at Liberty to reply that the author s initials Are not a a a. E. How they live smoking room at the Olympus. Time 4 Young quiver Ful government clerk on �12l per annul to admiring Friend a a yes do Sid bad Luck again dropped three Hundred Here last night. If this sort of thing goes on for a month i shall have to draw on the guv nor. The Obi boy la pull rather a Long face Over it Ehfe considering that the a old boy the Rey. Denis quiver Ful has about fourteen children to provide for on a thousand a year it is not improbable that he will Shehad tried him on the Roval cart Ems and a Grosvenor a the decoration of the Ball room the last novels music and the drama operas amp cd get an idea out of him Happy thought a perhaps he of political a a is there any news in the City this evening a Beau Brighton Ina up a a nah Gray shirting stiffened Export yarns hardened and flax steady at fridays currencies a he was purely commercial Boston Bond and Stock Market. Bostow january 21.�?bond�?a Tchison and Topeka first 7g 122. Land Grant 7s 119v second 7s 140. Land Grant 8s less. Boston. Hartford and Erie 7s 65 Eastern in r. 41104. Kansas City and Lawrence 4a Loag. Kansas City it. Joe and Council Bluffs its 131, Little Rock and fort Smith 7s 1111� new York Ana new England 7� 118. _ _ railroads Atchison and Topeka 147cbicago Burlington and Quincy 170, Cincinnati Han dusk and Cleveland 172, Eastern Railroad 38, Flint and Fere Marquette 27�?~a. New York and Norn England 55 a Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain prel Oxted 80 do common 2278, old Olov Iso. Pueblo and Arkansas Valley 92, Rutland preferred 30� and do common 6. Botox. Boston. January 21.�?the following Are quotations Lor mining 8hares Allouez. 43 Calumet and Hecla .255 Catalpa. 2=1� Copper fail. 15 Franklin. Hdm Madison Copper. Lit swab la new 21�i Quincy. �?o2 Ridge. 03� Silver islet. W foreign. Peruvian capital occupied by the chileans. Important arrest of russian nihilists. Animated debate in the Spanish Cortes. Ireland. Dublin january 21.�?the land league meeting at Roc carry county Mona Chen Ulster and the counter meeting of orangemen on the 18th inst., were prohibited on the around that the meetings might Lead to a reach of the peace. Cork january 21.�?o�?Tneil, Secretary of the Cork Laud league recently summoned on a charge of intimidation by writing threatening letters has been discharged for want of evidence to sustain the charge. Forty nine member of the land league have been summoned at list Ore on the charge of seditious conspiracy. Spain. Paris january 21.�?a Madrid correspondent telegraphs that in the Debato in Congress which closed last night Sagasta the Leader of the dynastic liberals made a remarkable speech in Calm and lofty language which caused great excitement m the House and lobbies. He declared the present Cabinet and its policy responsible for what ver mischief might eventually come and for the probable estrangement from the restoration of the liberals who had endeavoured to play the part of whigs in existing institutions. Sagasta concluded with the bold assertion that should the event he anticipated Aud hoped to Avert occur he would be found True to Tho canse of Liberty. Canyas Castillo made a vigorous speech in reply which was much cheered by the minis ter iii adherents. Marshal Campos is to make a statement similar to Sagasta a during the debate on the address in the Senate next week. South american War. London january 21.�?a dispatch from Buenos Ayres dated january 20, says the chileans attacked and completely Defeated the peruvian army at Mir Pilares. General Pierola president of pern and commander in chief of the army fled and the chileans occupied Lima the capital without resistance on the 17th most. General Piede rav brother and the peruvian minister of War were taken prisoners. The peruvian loss in the Battle at Cherella is said to have been 7,000 killed and 2,000 prisoners. Twenty live thousand peruvians were engaged in the Battle at Mir adores. The chilian loss in both Battles is heavy. The diplomatic body at Lima have urged tue conclusion of an armistice and ask that the person of Senor Pierola be respected. The chileans have occupied Lima. A a a air nihilists unearthed. A Tiff january 21.�?two men and two women have been arrested Here on suspicion of belonging to a secret society. The police discovered at their House a programme of the extreme terrorist faction of nihilists which recommends murder and incendiary so. A Quantity of revolvers daggers axes machinery for the manufacture of logged passports a portion of a secret printing press and a Large Miber of revolutionary proclamations were also found. Copies of a proclamation relative to the intended murder of military officials in Kieff were also found but the c rime has been prevented by the discovery of the facts above mentioned. South Africa. London january 21.�?a dispatch from Durban says pretorious the Boer Triumvir Lias visited a h. Brand president of the Orange f ree state to solicit his meditation and permission to obtain ammunition. Brand said the first request should have come earlier and refused the second. Another dispatch says that there Are hundreds of Loyal Boers in Pretoria. They can Muster 2,000 men. Hundreds desert the British ranks when sir George p. Collet approaches. The Boers have endeavoured to induce the Swazie King to join them but he positively refused to desert the British and has prepared to attack the Boers if they enter his country. British parliament. Joseph Cowen Radical member of parliament Tor Newcastle on Tyne and Parnell will address a Public meeting in London the 4th of february to protest against coercion. In consequence of the prolonged debate in the House of commons on the address in reply to the speech Rands Liberal has abandoned his motion in regard to Transvaal. The daily Telegraph announces that Captain John p. Nolan will withdraw his resignation As Horae Rule parliamentary whip on the understanding that he shall be allowed to sit on the Liberal Side of the House. Russia. St. Petersburg january 21.�?marquis thing chinese ambassador has Given notice to the russian government that Chiba adheres to the stipulations drawn up at st. Petersburg which consequently will be embodied in the treaty. The Agency russe denies the statement telegraphed from constantinople recently that Greece had requested Russia to take the greek subjects under her Protection should the necessity arise France. Paris january 21.�?gambetta, reflected president of the chamber of deputies yesterday received 2g2 votes three More than he received in 18�?~oj when his friends sought to explain the falling off by alleging that the election was hurried. The extreme left evidently did not vote Lor him As 45 votes were thrown away on other persons. Theodore d. Rouleau French priest and the Logist writer is dead in his eighty second year. _ greek question. London january 21.�?a dispatch from Athens says military preparations Are still going on. The minister of War has sent in his resignation Bantit has not been accepted. Later reports Are More favourable for a peaceful solution of the greek question. Shooting match postponed. London january 21.�?the Date for Pigeon shooting let a tween Carver and Scott has been altered from the let of february to the 7th of february. Congressional proceedings yesterday. Senate Washington january 21. Or. Logan reported with two amendments the Senate Bill to place general Grant on the retired list and asked for its immediate consideration. Laid Over. The naval appropriation Bill was received from the House and inferred to the committee on a prop Iati Oue. The morning hour having expired the Indian land Bill came up As the regular order but was Laid aside informally and the Indian appropriation Bill was taken up. A or. Wallace tented the Natura of the amendments made by too Senate committe which added $71,000 to the Bill. In commit be of the whole the amen Dimente to the Bill were agreed to. The Bill a then reported to the Senate the amendment concurred in and the Bill passed. After executive session adjourned until monday. Postmaster confirmed. The Senate confirmed Horatio j. Wolfe postmaster at Fostoria. House. Washington. January 21. The Senate Bill for the retirement of general Ord with the rank and of Mjor general was passed. The contested of Lection Case of Boynton against Loring came up Boynton speaking in his own Bell air. After debate the majority Resolution in favor of the sitting member or. Loring was agreed to without division. Or Keifer then called no the contested election Case of Albee is. Hull from the second congressional District of Florida. The report of the committee on elections being Manuo Wasly in favor of or. Bisbee the contestant without action upon the Case the hons took a recess. The evening session will be for the consideration of Senate Bills on the Pri vate Calendar. Mil Gladstone s health. Smalley s London letter to the new York Tribune among the Many factors therefore which will go to the making or marring of the coming session not the least important is the state of or. Gladstone a health which again will depend not a Little upon the parliamentary habits he May resolve on adopting. He has a magnificent Constitution and be has persevered in making drafts on it which have somewhat reduced the Reserve on which a Man of seventy must in by. It is no secret that his recent illness brought this Home to him. And has left such a Mark upon him As neither he nor his friends can pretend not to see. His most conspicuous pub lie appearance since that Date was at the lord mayors dinner at the Guildhall last november. In voice in look in Energy Anil animation of manner he was then a much changed Man. There was a marked diminution of vital Feroe from that which just a year before had astonished every Spectator and hearer during that amazing Midlothian Campaign. At the Guildhall he had but a single speech to make of no great duration though of great importance. He had undergone no previous fatigue. He had been exp eed neither to flak nature is Robert Mitchell t furniture company of Cincinnati old style the Mitchell amp ram Hielsberg furniture company have for forty five years exhibited Progress and improvement in the manufacture of Aili the Standard schools of furniture and to Dav Are the recognized Leader in Dainef ican Interior decoration. An aggregate of nearly 350.000 Squire feet of area is demanded in a heir work shops and 105,000 Square feet a their Sale rooms by the enormous development of their business. Perfect photograph of All styles of design Are sen to prospective per Eliasen residing at a distance and a profusely lust ruled and costly catalogue embracing More than 3,000 design of rare Beauty will be mailed to any address on receipt of 21 cents in Stamps ja22-2t i clemency of weather nor the wearying homage of great masses of fervid admirers. Yet whereas in Midlothian he had Shewn a splendid indifference to exposure and toil and harassing excitement of every sort at Tho Guildhall he was manifestly saving his Hie manner was almost languid the incomparable voice which in Edinburgh at the end of a week of incessant speaking and exertion had made itself heard almost without Effort by Twenty thousand people in Waverley Market was audible with difficulty in the outer ranks of a company which numbered hardly a thousand people. It was veiled softened and carefully economize. He Bent Over the table As he spoke. He used few gestures. At times he was almost Dull. At no time did he put Forth to the fail the old strength. The lace seemed thin Tho eyes sink cd the hair fell More limply Over the grand Arch of the forehead. He. Was obviously an older and a weaker Man though still younger than anybody else and still capable of three the work which most men Oihi years pretend to attempt. He himself says indeed that he never could speak at Tho Guildhall that the audience is Uncertain and that All the circumstances Are unfavourable to oratorical effect. Very Likely the Jingo temper of the City of London Ault a the rattle of dishes and the murmur of ill bred people who will not listen May have had something to do with the moderate Success of or. Gladstone a speech on that occasion. But they could not have affected his personal appear a Civ and the signs of weaker health were As marked when he entered the Library before dinner As when he Rose to speak at the table. He was by no Means ill then any More than now but neither was he then nor is he now in a condition to go on taking liberties with himself without limit As of old. V nobody would complain if or. Gladstone made his Power Felt on great occasions. The complaint is that he squanders his strength alike on great occasions and on Small. He is capable of immense exertions for comparatively inconsiderable ends. And the prayer of i Best friends is simply that he will Reserve his energies not employ them indiscriminately. They want him to go Home Early on Ordinary nights to leave the conduct of Bills which Are not his own to those w to Are responsible for them and to hand Over the leadership of the House in matters of routine and after a certain hour to 1 Ord Hartington. It is known that i physician. Or. Andrew Clarke ha9 most urgently advised or. Gladstone to do this. Or. Clarke would have his patient in bed As a Rule by Midnight or at any rate out of the House by Midnight. He knows Ana or. Gladstone himself a firms that the wonderful vitality the prime minister still possesses has been preserved and nourished to a great degree by sleep. Or. Gladstone says he can not do with less than six and a half or seven hours sound rest. Like Many men who have been hard workers he has a great Talent for sleep. He sleeps easily and soundly not waking waking Moat once. Allne needs is to follow the dictates of nature and get his sleep at reasonable hours. There was some talk last session of a round Robin among his Liberal friends. They desired to represent to him in a respectful w a that they could get on very Well without him after Midnight and to beg him to leave the House at that hour. The same has again been broached. But there is a reluctance to carry it out. Men done to like to address him on such a subject either personally or in writing. And i Atn afraid the fact is that it is almost As difficult for Plain truth and sensible advice to make their Way to or. Gladstone As Toa Sovereign. The men who Are most about him Are the greater number of them tie most ready to fail in with his own views. A whisper or two makes irs Way now and then into a newspaper but they say or. Gladstone is not a great Reader of newspapers. 1 is a Pleasy a to add that visitors at Ila Warden during l Uris Mas report their Host As Strong and Well All rumours to the contrary notwithstanding. The same thing was said of him at the dinner he gave last night to his principal parliamentary supporters Ana at mrs. Gladstone s reception later in the evening everybody had an Opportunity to observe for himself that to was cheerful and to All appearance in excellent health. G. W. A a. Details of a terrible disease now invading a nearly every household in the land and numbering its victims by him dred i of thousands. Have you awakened from a disturbed sleep with All the horrible sensations of an Assassin clutching your Throat and pressing the life breath from your tightened Chest have Yon noticed the languor end debility that succeed the Effort to Clear your Throat and head of this catarrhal matter what a depressing influence it exerts upon the mind Cloud tog the memory and tilling the head with pains and strange noises How difficult it is to rid Tho nasal passages Throat and lungs of this poisonous mucus All can testify who Are afflicted with Catarrh. How difficult to protect the system against its further Progress towards the lungs liver and kidneys All physicians will admit it is a terrible disease and cries out 1 for Relief and euro. To be freed from the dangers of sniff Catton while lying Down to breathe freely sleep soundly and undisturbed to Riso ref vested. Healt a Clear brain Active and Freedom pain or ache to know that no poisonous putrid matter defiles the breath and rots away tiie delicate machinery of smell taste and hearing to Teel that the system does not through its Venus and arteries suck up the Poison that is sine to undermine and destroy a indeed a Blessing beyond All other human enjoyment. To Purchase immunity from such a late a would be the object of All afflicted. But those who have tried Many remedies and phys iowans despair of Relief or cure. No remedy heretofore pro to de has risen above an insoluble snuff or common Salt and water. Hence thousands of sufferers prefer to drag out a miserable existence Rutiser than again become the victims of unscrupulous and ignorant pretenders. Or. Sanford s comprehensive treatment known As sanfohl>�?T8 Radical cd Akk for Catarrh a been so thoroughly tested and so widely recommended by physicians Druid Girth and on Best citizen that to do not hesitate to Accord Tiaa finial Luble Power Over every phase of Catarrh from a simple cold in the head to the rotting and death of the senses of smell taste bearing and consumption of the lungs. A it Nile dose cleanses the head a if by magic relieving sneezing snuffling ringing noises to the head and headache. One application of the cat arrival solvent remove hard in crusted matter from the nasal passages opens up the head and permits the enjoyment of full and unobstructed breathing. Followed by an administration of the Radical cuke with the if moved , which every package free of Barge the pain inflammation Aud soreness Are intently relieved. Tiffs this great treatment gradually permanently and economically cures every i ase of Catarrh from m simple eld to the most stages of consumption when All other remedies fail. Kak Fokd a Radical Cark consists of one bottle Radical cuke on Box catau Elul solvent and one improved in ii ale it All in a gone package and sold by All druggists for $1. Ask for sax Folk a Apical cure. General agents weeks amp Potter Boston. Collins Voltaic plasters relieve to 5 minute

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