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25 Apr 1884

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25 Apr 1884

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Postville Post (Newspaper) - April 25, 1884, Postville, Iowa News condensed. Concise record of the week. Doings of Congress. In tin i Youso of it pro onto live on Iho i it Favori Siblo re Fiorta Wero Intuit on Bills to permit l Siut Jovo Wurfl to manufacture Brumby without Trio payment of tax Trantin Zetlor Carrl Erb a Mont i h leave of Al Kunc. Each Cir Anil for tie Aca tip Auto of the Illinois and Mictil san canal. Eulogies on the late Kupres Iii Ativo cent ton of Alabama were delivered by Nino moral eau. The Hemila was not in i. Tin naval appropriation Bill with Union Menta for the Coull roution of cruisers ii nil Tor the preparation of Plana and estimates for an armoured vessel of 8,000 tons displacement passed the Senate on the 11th in Sec. A petition waa Roc ipod from mrs. Lames a. Garfield and five Hundred other citizens of Cleveland praying that Tho Nez l Trees to returned to their Home. A favourable report was made on Tho Resolution granting certain publications to Tia Cincinnati Tiaw Library. Jimilla wore introduced to place general Fremont on Tho retired list and to Fortois Tho unearned lands of Tho Northern Pacific Hoad. Several sections of the bankruptcy Bill were considered. In Tho House or. Steed offered a Resolution which was adopted directing Tho committee on agriculture to inquire into the introduction of Iho Root and to Iii disease in Mains through Tarj overnight of Federal Olla oils and to report a bid to reimburse citizens for expenses in Ruppre Waitik Tho disease. Or. Turner introduced a Bill Lor a tax of 3 per cent on incomes of $fi,000 and of 10 per cent on $10iyjm or More. Measures were also presented to Bridge the Ohio Olivcr tit Cincinnati to place on Tho free list agricultural implements and All machinery used in Trio mainline Uro of farm products to retire John 0. Fremont with the rank of major general and to establish a signal station at Houston Texas. A Bill to Bra Jyo Trio Potomac near Georgetown was Defeated in committee of Tho whole. A joint Resolution to furnish certain books to Tho Law Library of Cincinnati passed the heu Ato on the 15th mat. were formally reported to create a commission on the alcoholic liquor Tarflie for the Relief of the no. Perce Cusco to feta Olumn and on a cur t of icy basis. Into advices from the occur d Alec Ffolk holds report discoveries of Gold in tha District known is Drain Gulch so called to Etui so of its discovery on account of Tho Al lot Fod dream of to Frenchman. Four men i Luicoe out live pounds two ounces of coarse u old there in two Days. Tho result of the discovery had the effect of advancing Tho Price of claims All along Tho Creek. Tho first fatal shooting occurred at Murrayville the pith of april when a fiddler named Richards known in Tho Region As Tommy Tho Masher was killed by a Gambler named Mcdonald. Iii lims in Idaho and to provide for coinage at the Branch mint in Denver. A Resolution was offered Diro Thig the jul Carv commit e to report whether Paul Strobach is now discharging Tho duties of United states marshal of Alabama after his nomination was rejected. The bankruptcy Bill was taken up and it was agr cod that any pc Sou owing in exc ebb of $ too May petition for discharge. By a vote of h0 yeas to 1u8 Niiya the House of decided to take up Trio Morrison to Rolf Bill. Tho vote by which the consideration of Tho Bill was secured was male up of i m Homo crafts and five republicans. The pro hug vote consisted of ninety Nino republicans and thirty eight democrats and one Independent Finerty of Chicago. The democratic opposition veto Cousin cd of one vote each from Alabama Connecticut Indiana Louisiana Maryland four from California three from new Jersey five from Ohio ten from Pennsylvania and nine from new York. Or. Morrison opened the debate on the pleasure. To declared that to fail to Serluco taxation and thus relieve the people would be a flagrant disregard of Public duty. A horizontal reduction might not b. The Best hut none other was practicable at present. To the list of articles now imported free of duty it was proposed to add Salt Coal Wood and lumber. Salt was already free for fishermen and meat exporters Coal was untaxed for use on coast trading vessels and the Revenue from Wood and lumber was in the past ten years not Over $10,-000,000, while Tho Domestic wooden products exceeded $500,000,000 per annul in Alujn the estimates As oar fully prepared the Bill would leave in Cottons but two articles dutiable above 40 per cent in woolens but one above 00 per cent., and to Iron and steel but few above 50 per cent. As at present arranged Many of these articles were taxed above Luo per cent through hidden enormities in classification and rates of duty. The a novo limits were intended to Romely those Norm Iii a. The Ingulli Lieut character of the late revision forbade its permanency. The Only Security from Aei Tatton and change would be to Contino the taxing Power to obtaining a Revenue limited to the necessities of the government. The cry of the protectionists that lower rates would ruin manufactures was used when the industries were Young and would continue to be used to the end. To instanced Tho placing of quinine on the free list and declared that As had been Tho Casa in that Industry to it would be in All other industries. Or. Kelley made the opening speech for the opposition. He Drew pictures of the fearful condition of the Labouring classes of Europe and said that the proposition now was that Trio United states should enter the race with the world for Tho cheapness which i had led to such terrible results. He denied that any of Tho articles called raw materials by the democrats wore in reality raw Matt rial a. In the Raia for cheapness production left the prosperous countries and found is Way to Tho most oppressed. After to spirited passage Between messes. Kelley and Hewitt regarding the duty on wire rods or. Kelley repeated his assertion that production Hud outrun consumption and this Ovil could not to mitigated by a reduction in the Tariff. Tho Only Means by which i the markets could to increased would to to Stop the importation of cheap labor Send Back All who had signed contracts in foreign lands to work at Low wages see that labourers were pail so much that the Public schools might be Well sustained and the children educated and protect american motherhood Gamst becoming Drudge in foundries. He advocated Complete isolation of Tho country which could be sustained in Freedom and purity Only so Long As it did not begin Tho unholy race for Tho cheap and Nasty of dismal or. Mills of Texas followed or. Kelley in a speech supporting the Bill. Tan Bill to authorize Tho states of Illinois Arkansas Louisiana and tonne shoe to make Laws to secure from waste lands granted for school purposes was favourably reported to the Senate april 10. Tho measure to Divide into Home Secada a portion of the Sioux reservation in Dakota was passed several amendments Wero made to the bankruptcy Bill. In executive session Charles 13. Coon was confirmed As assistant Secretary of the Treasury. The Tariff Bill a debated throughout the entire session of the Hou q.  or. Russell depreciated the reopening of Tho agitation but s Iid the republicans accepted the Challenge. Or. Blount thought legislation should be such that a Revenue s Aud Ard would ultimately be reached and sad the reduction by the Bill under discussion would to about 0, of you. Or. Chaco predicted that a Cut of 20 per cent on Wool would Stop most of the Mills in the country. Or. Jones of Arkansas spoke of Trio imperative deman i for a reduction of the Jarliv and said the passage or the Bill would place the democratic party on the Side of reformation. My. Avi Jason of Iowa Oire red a Resolution in the semite april 17, that it is competent for Congress to fix freight rates on interstate Commerce secure free Competition and prohibit discrimination of any Kin j. Bills were passed to adjust the account for arms Between South Carolina and the Federal government authorize the location of a Branch soldiers Home in some one of the newer Western states at a Cost of $ i5 ,0q0. Consider Tion of the bankrupt Bill having been resumed or. George proposed an amendment giving labourers and servants priority Over debts due to hits state or the United states. In executive session objection was made to the immediate consideration of Tho recommendation by the president that the collector at key Wost to removed for sympathy with Tho cuban insurgents. The House of representatives pass d a Bill authorizing the construction of a railway Bridge across the St. Crop River in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The Tariff Bill was Laid Over for a Day and Tho pen fion appropriation Bill taken up when or. Rosccrans offered an amendment to Strilko out Tho provision for the of pension agents leaving their duties to Tho department of tie army. Eastern. An explosion of fire Damp in a mine at Eli both pa., about eighteen Miles from Pittsburgh killed two men and severely injured soveral others. John g. Perry who had accepted the position of Justice of Tho supremo court of Wyoming was stricken with paralysis in Tho streets of Brooklynn. Y. To died in two Southern. Dispatches from Atlanta ga., give meager accounts of the destruction wrought by another Cyclone which passed Over a Soe Tion of that Stuto last week. It was first heard from in Harris county and moved from Southwest to Northeast. Forty six houses were completely blown away eight persons killed mid Many injured. Striking into Merriwether county wholesale destruct. Tion of property took place the damage being fully $200,01 0. Tho Powell place one of the most noted in the state was utterly swept away and or. Powell sr., ins grandson Ren Powell and four negroes were killed outright while live other persons Are so mangled that some of them i 1 die. Several negro children had been blown away and have not since been heard from. Farther on it Furtek the House of Pete Tolson destroying Evora thing killing mules and breaking the thigh of a negro Man. A negro girl was killed. On or. Easloy s farm near Sand town Torrible wreck was made. Six coloured people Are known to have been killed on one Plantation and four on another. Many persons were fatally injured in the country adjacent to Loganville several houses destroyed and barns Burnt up. A Southern paper reports great Scarcity of food in Marion s. A owing to Tho shortage of last year s crops and fears that unless Liberal assistance is immediately Given deaths from hunger will result. Filibuster Airboro. The news published in Tho Island is Elf of submit led to most critical tests. Thirteen deaths from yellow fever occurred in one Day last week at Vera Cruz Mexico. Tho american Consul was attacked but recovered. The mexican government is negotiating for a loan of a i too Coo from Tho Franco egyptian rank one half Tho amount to be advanced to the present administration. Foreign. Tho Campaign in tour pain terminated with i to capture of Hoan gho. Tho French Licet has occupied Amoy in order to Force the payment of u heavy indemnity. The Viceroy of Canton has been publicly de rated for disobedience of orders the Ollices who lost Ilac Ninh will be beheaded and Tho governor of Yunnan has been summoned to Pekin for punishment. The financial crisis in Cuba much disturbs Tho members of Tho Spanish Cabinet. A death from cholera is reported on sue canal aboard Tho ii Irish troop ship Crocodile. The degree of la. D. Was conferred upon James Russell Lowell and m. Do Lesseps at the Ter Centenary Celebration a Edinburgh University. Later news items. Washington. Charles e. Coon of new York has been nominated assistant Secretary of Tho Treasury to succeed John c. New. The Washington Monument Assoc a a Tion has resolved to ask co Gross to provide for Tho Celebration of Tho completion of Tho Shaft within n year. A. E. Bateman a banker of Wasli i in ton has filed with the Secretary of War a letter charging Brig. Gen. Swaim with fraud and with conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman. If All of the 102 congressmen who arc loaded with speeches on the Morrison Tariff Bill Are Given a Chance to talk it is estimated by a Washington correspondent that they will take up six weeks of the time of Congress. It is understood that Tho republicans and the democratic protectionists will Endeavor to Cut them off by a motion to strike out the enacting clause of Tho Bill at the ear rest Opportunity. This May not succeed Ai or. Morrison has promised to Accordo to Many of the amendments to be offered by Tho representatives of special interests and to agree to the abolition of the internal Revenue tax except that on whisky and malt liquors. Tho Fate of the Bill in Tho House is involved in much uncertainty. Political. Western. Fifteen prisoners in the Milwaukee jail mostly burglars and highwaymen Havo Boon looked in their Colls for an attempt to escape. Jailer Walsh was called to furnish c my and Asho unlocked the grated door he was f truck in Tho face and blinded by Ashow. He sprang Back and pushed Tho Bolt in Elmo to retain Hio prisoners. A. 15. Jee a Farmer who went in Etmo Over Tho Crouch tragedy committed Fiu Cido with morphine at Jackson Mich. Gov. Hoadly of Ohio has appointed a commission of four to rebuild Tho Cincin. Nuti court House. It consists of two republicans nud two democrats. Log Pettis Ono of the men acquitted of the assault on Emma Lloyd was married recently. Tho father of Pottis wife killed himself a year Ugo Boca Uso of his daughter s affection for Pettis. Three persons Wero killed acc grand Hivon Mich., by Tho falling Walls of a Brook store which had been gutted by Are. Tho last Gold Hank in existence on Tho Pacific coast has removed from san fran Tho republicans of Idaho have elected d. P. 13. Pride and w. N. Shilling As delegates to Tho Chicago convention. They Aroun instructed. The Republican state convention of Illinois which met at Peoria nominated it Ichard j. Oglesby for governor by Nola mation. Gen. J. C. Smith was placed in Tho Field for lieu ten ant governor. H. D. Doment was nominated for Secretary of state Charles p. Swigert for auditor Jacob Gross for state treasurer and George Hunt for attorney general. For delegates at Largo Tho Louvention selected senator Cullom gov Hamilton Burton c. Cook and Clark . Andrew Shuman and Isaac Lesem Wero looted for presidential electors at Large. The resolutions adopted demanded a simplification of Tho criminal Laws Protection for labor and the right of franchise endorse Tho Federal and state administrations and instructed Tho delegates at Hurge to vote for John a. Logan in Tho Chicago convention Tho South Carolina Republican convention elected Arthur delegates to the a to Oulu convention a Resolution of sympathy with Gen. Grant on account of his recent Accident was adopted. The District delegates will be for Arthur on the Early ballots at least. Pennsylvania through it i Republican state convention pronounced emphatically for Blaine and Lincoln. A Resolution endorsing them and instructing Tho delegates at Lai go to vote for them at Tho Chicago convention was adopted by a Voto of 200 to 37. The Twenty delegates to Chicago so located by Tho Alabama it publicans Aro Tor Arthur for fli3t Choice and Logan second. George William Curtis the editor of Harper s Wec Advt will be Ono of the delegates to Tho National Republican convention from the first new York District. The delegates at Largo from Indiana to Tho National Republican convention selected by the state convention at Indianapolis Are senator Harrison Richard w. Thompson John h. Baker and Morris Mcdonald they wore not instructed and Havo expressed no preferences. At the state convention of Delaware republicans it Dover All Blaine delegates to Chicago save Ono for Arthur were chosen. Party differences regarding control of state affairs resulted in animated scenes. The new Jersey Republican convention passed resolutions endorsing Arthur s administration and strongly favouring Protection. Of Tho four delegates at Largo to Tho Chicago convention one is a pronounced Blaine Man. The prof cronies of the others Aro unknown. Senator Sewell Heads the Del gation. William Walter Phelps is a Delegate. Sex congressman Robeson was a candidate for do Legato and was badly beaten. He was also beaten in his efforts to be made an alternate. The republicans of Tennessee met in convention at Nashville and nominated judge Frank t. Read who served in Tho Confederate army for governor. The delegates to Tho National convention at Chicago Aro nearly solid for Arthur. A Cyclone destroyed a schoolhouse in Dallas tex., nud wounded several cell ecu. All cases on the Federal docket at Charleston s. A for violation of the i ional election Laws Havo been discontinued upon motion of the Dut Riet attorney the that in the present state of Public sentiment convictions were impossible. By a vote of 10 to 1 the House committee on Postoff Ces and Post holds adopted Resolution declaring it to be the sense of to committee that it is expo int to adopt the contract system of postal telegraphy. Cholera is raging at Calcutta India 7 do Ziths from the disease having occurred n our work. An Indian outbreak has occurred in Tho British North West territory. A few Days ago the Telegraph operator at Battleford reported 2,000 in Dias in Tho place and More coming and has not been heard from since. It is believed to left As a measure of safety George Coates a coloured Man wont to the House of Jurj Green near Gadsden ala., while Green and his Wile were at Church. Coates deliberately set tire to the House and four of Green s children sleeping there perished in Tho flames. According to information gathered Over the wires by the Chi ago times Winter heat in Illinois Ohio Iowa and Indiana is in excellent condition injury by Frost having been confined exclusively to scattered Points in the two former states. The Plant in Missouri has evidently been badly damaged by cold weather. Wisconsin reports a falling off in the acreage of a prong wheat As the Farmers Are giving greater attention to the Dairy. Dakota and Minnesota have a larger acreage than last year and there is a Prospect of the largest yield for years no damage from insects being reported it any Point. Or. Dennis Bradley has been made Bishop of the now roman Catholic Dioloso of Manchester n. H. The peach and quince Trees in Northwestern Pennsylvania have been destroyed by the severe weather. Services in memory of Wendell Phillips were held in the Tremont Temple Boston Hist week. Several of the friends and co labourers of the deceased orator and a Lormor were present among others Elizur Wright l. M. Alcott Samuel Longfellow Tho lev. James Freeman Clarke mrs. Julia Ward Howo j. G. Whittier Tho revs. Edward Everett Halo Philip Brooks t. B. Aldrich w. D. Iio Wolls e. P. Whipple and it. H. Dana George William Curtis Dell erod an Ablo Eulogy. The body of Walter Ream a Soldier buried Twenty Ono years ago at Knoxville Iowa has been found almost completely petrified. It was instantly Rico Gnu of by his comrades. A Shad weighing Twenty six pounds was found in a dry Dock it Chicago the other any. It must to our of a lot placed in Lako Michigan two years ago by Tho fish commission. An Artesian Well bored for the City of Lincoln neb., has a How of 100,000 Gallons per hour and a Complete Sis Tom of water works will be commenced this summer. A very High fever. All physicians recognize Tho Power of imagination in curing disease mid a new Latance of it is Given in Tho med i Al Riccord by a doctor living in new Jersey. Being called to prescribe for a patient living in the Hills above Keyport who had Long been afflicted with pile Isy and whose mind was now somewhat impaired i noticed to says a remarkable pallor of countenance and that Tho in Raco of Tho body was very cold to the touch. So i produced a clinical thermometer to ascertain the temperature. Heyoung Man evidently looked upon i it As a part of the treatment. So rapt 1 was to that when i went to withdraw the thermometer to gave a Start like Ono rudely assailed. How did it affect you queried i. Very Well indeed to replied i think it Lias made to feel much and then raising his hand with an air of Benediction lie added it had such a quieting an hour afterwards i visited it Young Domestic in family who was convalescing from a mild attack of typhoid fever where the temperature had ranged from 100 to 102 degrees for several Days. While Here i related Tho above incident to her employers who laughed heartily but the girl with a look of scornful superiority cried out Pooh he must t Ever Havo seen one before Why t have had two at a Tima in my Mouth Ami thought nothing of Why was that asked i. When i was on Randall s yes but who what were two used for because because blurted brio in confusion my fever was so High they could t Tell it All on one this girl belonged probably to a Large class of people in country towns who seem to regard diseases As accomplishments and to think that person Tho most entitled to Honor who has suffered s omm Inion. Reminiscences of Rochester. Seven Wise men rallied the new York adorn Hilj journal soy that mrs. F. C. Kellogg a go East eighty sixth Street was partially paralysed and Lay for seven Days in convulsions. Physicians were engaged and discharged until seven had failed to help or cure her. She was unable to leave her bed and was As help Leah As a child. After using All sorts of salves ointments lotions and plasters her Case was Given up As hopeless. She was induced to try it. Jacobs Oil As a last Chance. She began to improve from Tho time the first application was made and by its continued use she has completely recovered. Typhoid in cities. The writer from a Long experience in Hospital practice can assert that True intermittent and remit tent fevers proving fatal Are not indigenous they occur mostly in people coming from subtropical or tropical climates. For a Long period he has Given his attention to the place of the origin of Well developed intermittent fever and he has Boen surprised to see How Largo a proportion has occurred in non residents or those having a temporary residence out of the City and in a Valarious Region. Medical on g Ood terms with the dog. Do you know the Jacksons asked a lady of a Young Man who lived in their neighbourhood. No i m not personally acquainted with All Tho members of Tho family he replied but i always speak to the dog at the front Gate As i go traveler. No one can to ill if the blood is pure. Yellow Dock and san Parilla rout have Long been recognized by he blood Purl Noi h. Don t be bum billed by Trio advertisements of the Many Juracic bitter but occasionally ufos or. Us Sott s yellow lock and Sarca Paridhi and j of will live to a Good old a a free from All of mind and body. Many of our i est citizens who Kiis suffered i Mii bad blood Luclle a cd by weak Al buoys iudi�03uou, sorted Schoh etc., two their recovery to the Uso of this picnic do. Nso b Kennedy for Catarrh is a certain cure for that very obnoxious disease. Tho fulls of Iho no Ono of its Lesul Ness houses and ii great magnitude. Tho present floods which i Are either devastating or threat Only Tho country in every direction Aro justly cause for apprehension. No matter whether they come suddenly or by slow degrees they Are in either Case a Groat evil and much to to dreaded and yet America will always be troubled by the so Spring Over flows. Probably one of the most disastrous that was Ever known occurred in Hoch Cater n. V., about Twenty Yoars ago. The Genesee i Ivor just above the Talis where Ham Patch made his Lynal and fatal Lea became completely blockaded by Ico forming an impassable dam and Tho water coming Down the River overflowed the principal portion of the City of to Chodor. This catastrophe would Havo Boen repeated Tho present year had Noi Tho Energy and Forsight of the City authorities prevented it. Tho writer happened to to in cloches Ter at that time and was greatly interested in the manner in which this Groat catastrophe was averted. Every be v moments a Roar like the peals of Thunder or Tho booming of Cannon would be heard and in order to see this ice Bla tin process the writer went to the top of the new Warner building which overlooks Tho Len Sec i Ivor. A rom Here to was not Only enabled to see the process uniter up idly hut also the magnificent building which has just been completed. This is unquestionably the finest building devoted to business and manufacturing purposes in am Crick a in ent rely fireproof eight stories High and containing Over Lour and a quintal acres of . Or. Warner treated your correspondent very courteously and in the course of the conversation said we Are a tremendous business and Aro far behind in our orders. This is the season of the year when people no matter How Strong their e institution May be feel More or less the an 1 indisposition the headaches colds neuralgia rheumatism Dull pains sore flu Oats coughs All the 1, j 1 ills that is heir to Homo this time of year if at All. It is natural therefore that we should be very Busy. This is specially True of our Safe rheumatic cure and it is crowding us very sharply for a new singular but i had forgotten thut you do not advertise to cure All diseases from our bottle As is done generally by Many other Medicine men but l supposed Warner s Safe cure was for the cure of and so it has been until our remedy which was especially for rheumatism and neuralgia was introduced. We have been three years perfecting this now remedy. Study first taught us there Wero certain powerful elements in Warner s Safe cure bolter known Warner s Sale kidney and liver cure that made wonderful cures in chronic and acute rheumatism but during our investigation we Learned of a remark Able cure at a celebrated Springs and put experts to investigate and found that the Springs did not contain any valuable properties but Tho course of treatment that was being Given there was performing All Tho Benefit. 11 y carefully combining the Active principles of this remedy with our Safe cure to have produced our Safe it he tuna tie cure and Tho cures it is affecting Are simply wonderful and 1 do not doubt it will become is popular As our Safe you seem to talk finely in Rogard to your remedies and appear to have no secrets or none whatever. The physician with his Hund Roj Calls and our Hundred diseases is necessarily compelled to guess at a great Deal. To Are enabled to follow up and perfect while physicians can Only Experiment with their Hundred patients and Hundred diseases. With the Ordinary physician Tho code binds him Down so that it to makes a discovery he is bound to give it to Tho Othor physicians which of course discourages investigation to a i extent. This is Why Tho great Iacovo ios in medical science of late Yoars have been made by chemists and and not by physician and it in a measure accounts for the great value of our remedies also for Tho remarkable Success of All those doctors who make a specially of Ono or two and you find that you Are curing As great a number of people As Ever before yes a far greater number. To never sold to much of our Medicine As now and never knew of so Many Remar Kabin cures.". The writer departed after the above interview but was greatly impressed not Only by the sincerity of or. Warner but by the vast Ness of All he saw. Or. Warner s medicines arc used throughout the entire length and breadth of the land and we doubt not Tho results Thoy Are ejecting Aro really As wonderful As they Are rehired to be. Leaknf1d by a l Homi nent Hub son Odd fi2ixow. From the Joti upon Grater. Or John kiting a a Wheil Odd fellow punt grand Lyndon Wuhl jjo.413and a member of Tho Baptist Fli lurch Fayal i have been As Moat of my acquaint Wancea in Iii thou know a sufferer from Dype sift for in yearn. Tim Rani atoms of my malady were those which a million other Huffor Ern in the land would recognize an their own. Beginning with indigestion sour Htom Aeh and flatulence i became so weak that my body became n Burden too heavy to carry and my mind Una weighted Down by a gloomy despondency. Aff f r eat ins i Felt if Lhasa Idlof blowing Iron in my stomach my Abdomen would bloat and i wan afflicted Almont constantly with a Wick headache. A lady learning of my condition advised to to upe 1 1c. A Bijj Kknney s a Rokitk Kame by telling infinite Deal of Good it had done her and others whom fico know. I began taking it in the letter part of August and used altogether Only three Liot tics when it achieved in me the most wonderful improvement. I have now pained flesh and feel her engr a better and happier than i have in ten Yarc. Kavo cite inks Lilliy cured my Friend . Hermans of Ghent of the lingering remains of malarial fever and of bilious Ness. Or. Harvey Tui Tizak the grocer on Warren Street just below Tho Worth House Hays that it has had wonderfully Good eff cts upon him. Scores of my acquaintances say that having once tried it they would never again to without it. I have Piven it to my children and found it the Best Medicine i have Ever known for regulating their bowels and purifying their blood. The knowledge of this Medicine i deem the greatest lesson of physic us Row to wronk3.-the Wal in Neo for private lines. Al add Rush with it nip i no n Tel. Co., in Yuu . Dip Daivto sell our rubber hand Eta nips. Terms i flu re Pireu. Taylor limn. A co. the 1st Poplar Medicine extant Allen s Lig Balsam a that win be consumption coughs colds asthma croup All diseases of Tho Throat lungs and pulmonary organs. Pensions i soldiers Anil lick Rel. To nil Tamn ii Larn. Cel. Ujj. B1s01ia1i. In icy ton if. Agents wanted for tic Belt smrt is list in link i pictorial a oks Aii a i lilacs. Prices reduced s percent. National Pouilh Ioimo co., Chicago 111. Rino Money Keri late in stocks. 3 10 and up Al Ward. Puts a a i i its. Explanatory Rii Vulura unit inc. National Stock co., la Roadway x. The Linc Balsam him tired consumption when other remedies and physicians Havo failed to Ell act a cure. The lunch Balsam contain in no opium in any form. The lunch Balsam 1r strictly pure and harmless to Tho most delicate Perron. The lunch Balsam a recommended by i Hya weians mini Stern and n Linden. The lunch Balsam Tor croup in a Safe and Bure remedy. Mothers try it. The lunch Balsam should lie used at the Flint manifestations of a cold front h. The lunch Balsam a an his no Eiju Al. not deceived. Call for at in s . , and take a outlier. Jap directions accompany t bottle. J. N. Harr1s&c0. Limited Cincinnati 0. J Lutol rib tors. ii All a edicts. a Ichii Halo. In Stamps i or Mph cd win i1eau-Jo til ill nid Artl die household ornament to h. In evil Kas Druid Hill Avenue Baltimore Mil. Patents. I rend stamp for our new Book on patents. L. . Patent i Wyco d. O. W bite us ant set late 1cdcc writ i k. Sainoi . R Keg j. K. . To co Hio Totton Buss. The Postoll co appropriation Bill was completed and pcs cd by Trio Senate on Tho 19th ins. Provision was made for More expeditious Ocean mail and be airboat service. It in estimated tha $i,7ciu, More than Tho Revenue of the department will be required. Adverse re Eoln were nude on the newspaper copyright ill and on the Resolution for Trio or Stiim of a Bronze equestrian statue to Simon Bolivar. Or. Plumb announced that at no extra Cost the time Between the oceans had been diminished one Day. After Tolbut s to the memory of Liep to Tho 21st. The House of her rental Ives passed Bills to permit the bridging of the Missouri it Var at bibly and to limit to two years the time within which internal Revenue offenders May be prosecuted. A favourable report was made on Tho Bill to relieve from the charge of desertion such soldiers a would have received an honorable discharge had they been present at the mustering out of their commands. There s a silence of grief there s a silence of hatred there s a silence of dread of those men May syjoalr., and these Thoy can do scribe but Tho Sil onco of our Sappino a who can describe that a. Ii. La. Murray. Weddings Ofton leave old familiar hearts and Placco As haunted and empty As funerals Hoy Aro the funerals of old associations. & miscellaneous. French canadians continue to leave the province of Quebec in Largo numbers for Tho United states. Thoy find now Homos principally in Tho now England manufacturing towns though Homo form colonization companies generally loaded by catholics in Dakota and the Northwest. Tho Catholic Bishops arc alarmed it Tho exodus and pro. Poso to join in a pastoral advising their people to remain at Homo. All press dispatches from Cuba to places outside that Island Aro subjected to Tho severest censorship. As a Conse Quinco Little can be Learned of too Progress of the the Market. New York. 8.50 c10.60 hogs. 0.t & to g . 3.00 @ g.50 wheat no. 2 Chicago. Or .07 no. 2 red. 1.00 m 1.03j4 Conn no. 2.57 @ .59 a l h-whito.42 & .40 i oink mess. 10.50 c17.00 laiid.08 .33 Bast Liberty. Cattle Best. 4.75 n�.swelllu��, u a a a Urmia. Or Lila. I Root Blei Abd All Othil a oily risks and a Cut. At older fruit Guanil Nealei everywhere. Fifty cd Nuala Mlac Imp Elloui la 11 Laifi Wafel. The a. Voo Flek co Nawi w a. Vou Iuit  co balls a or b0\, c,s.�. I Tho Wesalo and retail. Hand for Prico Liat. Good sent c. O. D. 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