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THE NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT.
CoBBuadtr Wrner- Addicw-Ult Tlesra
aa ta Femlona tirewlh of the G. A. tu
rn. General RaweU A. Alger Electeal Coat-saacter-in-CbieC.
Milwackze. Wis., Ang. 29. Taetwenty
ttilrd National Encampment of tea Graad
Army of the Republic wa called to order
by Comiuander-iaChief Warner at 10:15
o'clock yesterday morning in the We-t
Side Turner HalL Tee interior of the hall
was handsomely decorated.
General Sherman was in attendance and
occupied a seat among the Missouri dele
gation. The ball wa filled, the delegates
r -Kregatins abcut 750 persons, or about
2K? short of the" number entitled to seats im
After prayer by Chaplain Wharton of
the Wisconsin department and a brief in
termission to allow delegates to seat them
selves. Commander Warner read his ad
dress as follows:
Comrades and Shipmates: I am here to iru'e
an account of my stewardship. The greatest
honor ever conferred cpon me was my electio
as Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army ot
tne EepnDlic. la takicj the obligation of tae
office I fully realised the Importance of the
trust you had confided to ce, and then hiehly
resolved neither by word or act to do any thin
that would drive a deservmjf comrade from our
ranks, and to do all that in me lay to strengthen
tae silver cords of comradeship that I trust
shall ever bind the surviving soldiers and
sailors of the Union army and navy one to
another as brothers, tried.
After eulogizing the G. A. R. at length,
the Commander-in-Chief continued:
The growth of our organization has been
steady and healthy. Strong as it is, it has
never been, and I trust never will be, used for
partisan purpo-es or to gratify the personal
ambitions of any man or set of men.
Tae greatest gam daring the year has been tn
the Department of Missouri. Eight depart
ments show a pun in membership in good
standxs? ot li-4. distnnuted as follows: Illi
nois, l.3: Iowa. 1.413. NeDraska, 1.7ti9. Penn
sylvania. 1 746; New York, 1.093: Ohio, 2.003:
AVisconsia. iod. Ml-soari. 3.6C2. The net gala
in tfce membership darms the year (in good
standing) was 21.431.
Commander Warner referred briefly to
various unimportant matters and then
I commend to each department the patriotic
practice of the posts in the department of New
York on presenting on the ti& of February, the
birthday of the father of his country, the Amer
icas itig to such public schools as are not yet
in possession or one. Let the children receive
the stars and stripes from the men who placed
their bodies as a living wall between it and
those who would tear it down. The future cit
izens of the Republic are bein educated in the
public schools the Jiag of their country should
ever be before them as an object ie.son. Let
the "".OKOO of boys and girls in the elementary
schoo'.s be thus imbued wiih a reverence for
the iag and all it repre-ents.
The matter o pensions was reserved by
the Commander for the conclusion of his
address, when he said:
The committee on pensions have bea unable
to make any progress in securing favorable con
siderations, by Conrres of the pension bills
recommended by the Columbus encampment.
The committee is m no way to blame, and the
i;ue-tionof pen:on legislation will come De
fore you again lor discussion and recommend
ation. The number of comrades in this encampment
is so large that it is but natural that all will
sot azree in the discission, but when the dis
cussion ha- closed and the encampment has
acted, its action should receive the earnest sup
port of every comrade. Without mutual con
cession there would bo no leiKslaticu. The
Grand Army of the Republic has never exer
cised its full influence m pension l-ilatiou be
cause of the division in its raa' Ttx meas-
sare- recommended by the National encamp
ment should net b-i antagonized by conflicting
measures ur-ed by departments or posts.
Our demand should be reasonable and con
sistent. The last encampment recommended
to Comrres a service pension bill, and what is
known as the Disatity Pension Hi I My ex
perience is Congrt's-i leaJs me to believe that
r--till greatly trenrthea the hands of our
"jds is that body by demanding at Mil
ee he pension a-ked for at Columbus.
x.et th- Commissioner of Pensions take your
recommendations to Congress backed by
a united Grand Amy of the Republic
and there wid be no failure. If we are true
to ourselves before the next encampment every
comrade disabled S7 age. s:ckse- or accident,
and the widows and orpaans of veterans, will be
borne on the pension roU. We hould not rest
untu Justic : done our comrades.
The servi.-e pen-ioa will come. The day is
not far distant when an honorable discharge
from the Union army or navy shall be all the
evidence required to secure a pension to its
Let the bondholders of the country remem
ber that th" men ho made their secant es
valuable o that they were paid, to the utter
most farthinz. principal and interest, of the
money advanced by them to the State let them
remember that these men have claims upon the
State at least e;ual to those of the bondhold
ers. Let those who inveigh azainst pen
sions remember that it was the boys
in blue who by trails, sufferings
and death, bequeathed to them the
legacy of liberty and union, insuring to them
and their cht.dren the blessings of free institu
tions ander which they enjoy a greater pros
perity, a larger liberty, a higher civilization
and apurrrCnristianity than ever before en
joyed by & people. Let the people remember
that to preserve to them these blessings
"Four hsnured thousand of the brave.
Made this, our ransomed soil, their grave."
We. the survn ors of these men. we who gave
the test years of our lives to our country, will
preent our claims to Congress and in doing so
will not approach those in authority, -with
bated breath and whispering humbleness." bat
as fre men we will d-xnasd. asking only that
wnich is just. We would rather have the
Nation help our comrades living than erect
monuments to them dead
"My countrymen." said an illustrious com
rade, "this is no time to ue the apothecary's
scale to measure the rewards of the men who
saved the country." The spirit of these noble
words should govern the legislative and execu
tive branches of the Government, that the per
formance of the Nation may be equal to her
Commander Warner finished bis address
a: 12:3) o'clock. The encampment then
took a reces until two p. m.
GEVE&AX. ALGER CHOSE.
Milwaukee. Aug. 21). Very unexpect
edly the Grand Army delegates proceeded
to an election last night. General Russell
A. Alger, of Detroit, had it all his own
way. Twenty men nominated him. Col
onel James Sexton, of Chicago, first pre
senting his name. All the other candi
dates were then withdrawn and General
AJger vrs elf c:ed by acclamation. Colonel
A. G Weissert, of Milwaukee, was elected
Senior Vce-Commander and John F.
Lovett, of New Jersey, Junior Vice-Commander.
It was then after eleven o'clock
and the election of other officers was post
poned until to-day.
Poisoned by the Elixir.
WASmsGTOx. Aug. 29. Last Wednes
day we-k Dr. Hamilton A. Leach, of this
cijy, injected twenty drops of the Brown
Seqaard elixir, prepared accordinz to
formula, into the left arm of Hugh
Myers, a man in poor health, about
fifty years old. No results were
observed until Friday morning;
when he complained of chills and fever.
This developed, his attending physician
cays, into typhoid fever and caused his
death last night; Soma of Myer's rela-
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TXor ana neigauLirs ium u uuiu sum
Le alive cad he not taken the elixir. A
coroner's inquest and tost mortem exam- j
ination will probably be held to detenain
rhe primary cause cf death. J
COMPLETING ITS WORK.
Th Ttattoaal EBcasapaaeat Coaapletaw tks
EIwcCIcm. of Osaeers Kewolatloa Indors
ing; CeamlMioatr Taaaer.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 30. At yester
day morning's sesiioa of the National
Eaeaaapment the election of officers for
the ensuing year was completed. Dr.
Horace P. Porter, of Kansas, was chosen
surgeon-general ; W. H. Cailders. of Ken
tucky, chaplain and Comrade Lovett, of
New Jersey, vice-commander. The en-
' campment refused lo recognize the Sons
of Veterans as an auxiliary of the G. A.R.
because of a disturbing faction in the
former. Instead of giving the two
women s' organizations the Loyal Ladies
of the G. A. B., and the Woman's Relief
Corps formal indorsement, which would
be contrary to the rules, it was recom
mended that the encampment bid them
God speed in the work.
General Alger, president of The Logan
monument fund, reported that the col
lections to date aggregated $H,U&63. A
committee of five was authorized to place
before Congress a proposition to set apart
a portion of the H'),C03 appropriated for
the site to be added to the fund for the
General Warner left the chair and made
a strong appeal for the monument scheme.
He suggested that the committee b en
larged to include one representative from
each department, with instructions to
push the work unt'l the monument was
finally erected at Washington.
The chief event at the meeting of the
Grand Array delegates was a red-hot
time over resolutions indorsing Pension
Commissioner Tanner. Mr. Perkins, of
Kansas, introduced a resolution heartily
thanking the administration of Presi
dent Harrison for the honor it
has conferred on the G. A. R.
in appointing Corporal Tanner as
Pension Commissioner, and heartily in
dorsing his conduct of the bureau, because
it was erected for the benefit of the sol
diers and'sailors of the late war, and de
nouncing the bitter and malignant criti
cism of the prees upon his official conduct;
General Barnum, of New York, offered
a substitute to the effect that notwith
standing the assaults of aa unfriendly
j pre the encampment declared its belief
in the integrity of Tanner and its approval
of his efforts to do all for the soldiers and
sailors that the laws wfil allow.
At the afternoon session Barnum's sub
stitute was redrafted to read as follows:
Tnat we thank President Harrison for
the appointment of our comrade, James
Tanner, as Commissioner of Pensions, and
that, notwithstanding the assault made
on him, we declare onr complete confi
dence in his integrity and our approval
of his endeavors to do all that can be done
ander the laws for the veterans of the
war, and in connection with him we ask a
full investigation of his administration of
the affairs of the Pension Bureau."
It was adopted under suspension of the
rules unanimously amid great cheering.
The Ticket Nominated at Dayton Headed
Br James K. CamnbelL
Datton, O., Aug. 19 The State Demo
cratic convention was called to order in
the rink by Dr. Norton at 10:15 yesterday
morning. After prayer by Rev. Dr. ilc
Ftrlin, Dr. Norton made a brief address
outlining the purposes of the convention.
He made his speech the vehicle for a
caustic criticism of the Republican party
and Governor Foraker. This was followed
by a eulogy of the
and its principles.
Grover Cleveland as
greate-t of living
marked by long
His allusion to
plause. Hon. 3L D. Harter, of Richland
County, was elected permanent president,
Lewis G. Bernerd, of Hamilton Couniy,
secretary, and Peter Weidner, of Mont
gomery County, sergeant-at-arms. Mr.
Harter then took the chair and made a
lengthy speech. Hon. John A. McMahon
read the report of the commtaTttee on re-solutions.
Tne rtpDrt was unanimously
adopted. Nominations for Governor were
next in order. Hon. James E- Campbell, of
Butler Countv: Virgil P. Kline, of Cuy
ahoga, and Lxwrence T. Neal, of Ross,
County, were placed in nomination. Camp
be! wa nominated on the second ballot,
the vote being as follows (COO boinz neces
ssry to a choice): Campbell, 337V;NeaI,
299; Ktine, 05. Other officers were nom.
nated as follows: Lieutenant-Governor.
J. V. Marquis Suoreme Jndze, M. D. Fol
lett; Treasurer, William E. Boden; Com
missioner of Common Schools. Charles C.
Miller; member of Board of Public Works.
Frank Reynolds; Attorney-General, J. N.
Lewis; clerk of the Supreme Court, T. J.
A. O. U. W.
Important Session Settlement of a Vexed
Qarstion Xew Appointments.
Kansas Citt, Ma, Aug. 23. The Su
preme Legion of Select Knights of the
Ancient Order of United Workmen held
important business sessions yesterday
morning and evening. The important
feature of the day's work was ihe consid
eration and final disposal of the trouble
some question of the advisability of
making fine Select Knights an indepen
dent organization from the Ancient Order
of United Workmen. The committee on
the good of the order, to whom the
question had been referred, submitted ma
jority and minority reports, and. after a
lengthy debate, the legion adopted the
majority report, which provides that the
order shall be divided into three degrees:
Junior. Senior and Select Knights, and
that persons not members of the A O. U.
W. shall be eligible to membership in the
two former degrees. The movement, while 1
not as radical as that contemplated by the
St. Louis meeting, is, nevertheless, in a
measure, a severance of the Select Knights
from the A O. U. W.
Hon. George W. Reed, supreme com
mander, announced the following ap
pointments: Supreme vice-commander,
E. M. Forde. Emporia. Kan.; supreme
standard bearer, Fred W. Avsrill. Kansas
City, Mo.; supreme senior workman,
George W. Linn. Chicago, IiL; supreme
junior workmen. James A Lindtey,
Bradford. Pa.; snpreme gaard. C J.
Byrns, Ishpeming, Mich. ; trustees. R D.
Cowdry. Toptfca, Kim., and James W.
Carr, Omaha, Neb.
A Streator Wreck Victim Dyiag.
Ouaha, Neb., Aug. 30. Hugh Riley,
Grand Army veteran, who left this city
some weeks ago. was a passenger on tht
Santa Fe train wrecked at Streator, IIL
His wife's first intimation of the fact was
a telegram last night asking her to go at
once to Beloit. Wis., where her husband
was dying from injuries received in tht
Fire at Weeping Water.
Wgxpnro Water. Neb., Aug. 30. A
disastrous fire, originating from a gas
oline stove, occurred here yesterday. A
strong wind was blowing, and before the
fire was under eoatrol damage amounting
to fXQ.OCy with little jnsuranc?, resulted
ITS WORK DONE.
Sketek of the Xew Coi
Csnnclt of Administrate
Milwackcc Wis., Aug. 3L Following
is a brief biography of General Russell A
Alger, the bsw Commander-in-Chief of
the Grand Army of the Republic.
Russell A. Alger is nearly six feet in height,
but his wpight will probably cot exceed 135
pounds. He has an olive skis, with larve. ex
pressive eyes for a man, and his general appear
ance impreses one that he is an abstainer.
The Governor came
from eld .New England
stock, his father hav
ing been a Connecticut
man and his mother a
native of Vermont.
Farther back he traces
his family to Massachu
setts origin. The new
Commander - in - Chie f"s
early days were spent
in Northern Ohio, fifty
miles south of Cleve
land, whither bis pa
rents bad moved. Both
his mother and father
died when Governor Al
ger was thirteen years
of age. and henceforth until the war the
young man experienced many hard knocks
while endeavoring to earn a living.
The only eduea- ion General Alger ever re
ceived was given him at Richfield academy in
Ohio. In Hi! he entered a law office at Akron
and from there he drifted to Cleveland, where
he went Into the office of a relative of Secretary
Stanton. About this time young Alger fell In
love and in a shert time married. When the
war broke out Governor Alger undertook to
recruit a company aad soccedd. He went to
the war and dtstiaguisaed himself on more occa
sions tbaa one. and was ramdly promoted. He
got into the lumber business shortly after the
war and Detroit became his home.
Governor Alger is a lover of fine art, the large
painting by Munkacsy of the "Death of Mo
zart" being tn "The Den" at his home. It cost
himn,eoe. He offered moor) for the famous
picture, "Christ Before Pilate." but a Philadel
phia merchant went him !0,tt) better and the
picture went to the city of Brotherly Love.
"The Death of MoUere" is alse aaeiher fine
picture in the Governor's superb home, while
numerous other works by Rosa Bonheur. Fro
metm. Diez aad Vibert Tora a part of his col
lection of paintings.
rctisBcro rrs work.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 3L The closing
session of the National Encampment was
held yesterday. The call to order was
made at nine o'clock so that the business
might all be disposed of before noon and
enable the delegates to leave the city after
The encampment was in session four
hours. There was a prolonged discussion
over the resolution favoring the allowance
of a pension of $12 per month to all sol
diers who might prefer to live at home
and will relinquish their right to enter
the National military asylums. It met
with so much opposition that by a vote of
the encampment it was ordered to lie on
The encampment then took up the sub
ject of general p-nion legislation and
adnpted the following without discussion:
Rftolvd, That the action of the Twenty
second National Encampment upon the sub
ject of necessary pension legislation by Con
gress is hereby reaffirmed, and the pension
committee is hereby instructed to pursue all
proper means to secure legislation in accord
ance with such policy.
The above resolution embraces ths Dis
ability bill and also calls for the passage
cf a per diem service bilL
The resolution amending the rules so
that five members might.constitute a quo
rum in posts having less than fifty mem
bers was adoDted.
After a spirited debate the rf solution
det)riv ng Pas: Department Commanders
I of the right to vote at the Nationa. En-
campment wa defeated.
The propos.tion to admit to qualified
membership the eldest sons of veterans
without, however, the right to vote or to
wear the badge was rejected.
The business of the encampment having
been concluded, Commanded Warner de
livered his closing address on retiring
from the chair. The Adjutant-General
then called the officers-elect to the plat
form and the ceremony of installation was
performed. When this was accomplished
the encampment adjourned sine die.
The new Grand Arm? council of admin
istration is announced to b- as follows:
Alabama, E. G. L Ward. Selma; Arkan
sas, Michael Kirsch. Little Rock; Califor
nia, R. V. Treat, Los Angeles; Colorado
and Wyoming. M. J. Haggerty, Greeley;
Connecticut, August J. Fenn, Win
sted; Dakota, F. C. Peck, Sioux
Falls; Delaware. James Boon, Wil
mington; Florida, W. James. Jack
sonville: Georgia. C T. Watson. Atlanta;
Idaho, George L. Shout; Boise City; Illi
nois. A D. Rhodes. Evanston; Indiana,
Benjamin Schaller, Richmond; Iowa, P.
H. Raymond, Ham i in; Kansas, O. H. Col
ter, Topeka; Kentucky, W. L Collins,
Louisville; Louisiana and Mississippi,
James H. Lawler. New Orleans ;
Maine, John Anderson, Lngan Bend;
Massachusetts, H. D. O. Merrymouth,
Lowell; Michigan, Louis J. Kayntz,
Adrian; New York, Joseph B. Hill, Roch
ester; Minnesota, Albert Scheffer. St;
Paul; Missouri, Milton Cole. St. Louis;
Nebraska, P. S. Plaikson. Omaha; New
Hamp-hire, William Soillsbury, Jerry Da
pot; New Jersey, J R Milligan. Newark;
2Tew Mexico, J. H. Purdy, Santa Fe;
New York, A M. Underhill, New
York City; Ohio. L. H- Williams. Rip
ley; Pennsylvania. William McCIellan.
Pittsburgh: on the Potomac. John T.
Schurch. Washington; P.aode Island,
Henry C Luther. Providence; Tennessee,
W. E. Wilborne. Greenville; Texas, H. W.
Noyes, Fort Worth: Vermont, E. J.
Ormsby, Braham; Virginia, Frank L.
Glade, Norfork; Washington Territory
and Alaska, J. R C. McCoy, Tacoma;
West Virginia. Charles E. Anderson;
Wisconsin. J. A. Walrou.
THZ LADIES ACXItlAET.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Aug. 3L Ihe Loval
Ladies of the G. A R. have elected Na
tional officers as follows: President. Mrs.
Frances Wood, of Topeka, Kan.: senior
vice, Mrs. Catherine Hurst, of Louis
ville, Ky.; junior vice, Mrs. C. G.
Bruner, cf Altoona, Pa.; treasurer.
Mrs. Ann E. Grubb. of Camden, N.
J.; chaplain. Mrs. N. C Rtvnolds, of Chi
cago; counselor, Mrs. F.Robv. ot Chicago;
council of administration, Mrs. Julia M.
Johnston, of Altoona, Pa, Mrs, Nellie P.
Anderson. San Antonio, Tex, and Mrs.
Charles W. Gerwiz. of AUezbenv Citv.
Pa, The annual report showed that the
present membership is about 15,000.
Moxtbkax, Que., Aug. 31 Colonel
Thompson, secretary of the Connecticut
Mutual Life Idsurance Company, is in the
city trying to trace the movements of
Manager Moore, who absconded with
5500,000 of the company's funds. la Feb
ruary last Moore was declared to have
been in this city, but the detectives dis
credited the report and the absconder was
not arrested. Mr. Tnompson examined
the registers of the Windsor atd St. Law
rence Hotels, aad found a signature which
he is sure is that of Moore. By referring
to the books it appears he stayed at both
uutcu iu inu uwj iw nearly a wana. I
The signatures were photographed for I
Aid imbibed with the water of a malarious
locahty, baa still mcertaiaaatidote. Expert
flsce sanctions co&Sdeace ia Hostetter's
8tomach Bitten as a preventive of this
scourge. AH over this continent and is the
tropics it has proved itself a certain means
of defense, and an eradtcant of intermittent
sad remittent fevers and other forms of
saiaama-born disease. Nor is it less effect
ire for kidney troubles, constipation,
raetunatisin and nervousness.
Proper and sufficient clothing should be
worn; that which is loose, light and warm.
Light colors for summei, dark for winter.
In winter wear a flannel bandage about the
Niagara Fall tn Art.
The Michigan Central '-The Niagara
FalU Route,' has published a remarkably
fine reproduction of Graham's water-color
of Niagara Falls. A limited number will be
furnished the public at 50 cents each, wbicn
is much less than their commercial or
artistic value, but not more than two conies
will be sent to any one address. Send
postal note or money order for the amount
to O. W. Rcgouu, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket
Agent, Chicago, 111.
Psbsoxaz. cleanliness is essential. Bathe
once a week. Baths to be of the same tem
perature as the body. Bathing enables the
skin to throw off effete matter, causing the
dead and useless epidermis to peel off.
MisroRTCTTE in nine times out of ten is
limply another name for laziness, or bad
management, and it really isn't any thing
to your credit to be croaking all the time
about mis fortune.
If you have no employment, or are being
poorly paid for the work you are doing, then
write to B. F. Johnson & Co., of Richmond,
Vs., and they will show you how to trans
form Miss-fortune into Madame-fortuna,
Lrr poultrv have full range as soon as
feathered. Plenty of exercise will make
them thrive better, grow faster and keen
WniisToy, Florida. Sept 7th. 1SS6.
Messrs. A T. SHAiXESBeasEit & Co.
Rochester. Pa. UtnU.l have tried
the bottle of Pills, for Malaria, sent me,
with the most wonderful results; one dose
cured a case of two months' standing.
Please send me one dozen by mail, im
mediately, with some advertising matter.
J. P. Eppersos,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
1 Wombs do with their accruing years
what misers dowith their money the more
they have the greater paing they take to
conceal the fact.
Do sere suffer from sick headache a mo
ment longer. It is not necessary. Carter"
Little Liver Pills will cure vou. Dose, one
little pilL Small price. Small dose. Small pm.
Jat Gocij), Aloazo Reed and Mrs. George
Westinghouse went to school together.
They were all comparatively poor la those
Wees Dobbins Electric Scan was first
made ia 1S4 it cost 3) eenU i b-ir. It ia pre-ei-elu
the same ingredients and quality noic
and ditsii't ent h-ilf. Buy it of your grocer
and preserve your clothes.
A Nsw York man has invented an elec
trical switch, and somebody suggests that it
Ls about time for the small boy to begin la
nEEP the pores open is essential to health.
Glenn's Sulphur Soap doe this.
Hill's Hair ad Whisicer Dye, 20 cents.
Iczmro geographically belongs to Amer
ica, but is considered by some as belonging
to Europe because of its early discovery ia
the ninth century AD.
FoRtwentv five cents.you can get Carter's
Little Liver Pills the best liver regulator ia
the world. Don't forget this. One pill a dose.
Mrs. Hcmphp.et Ward, Miss Olive
Schreincr and Mrs. Margaret Delacd are
called the agnostic trinity.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Piso's
Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. COc.
Scalded sweet milk and cooked rice will
stop diarrhea in chickens. Avoid giving
sloppy food when in this condition.
THE King of Italy appointed Mr. Thomas
A Edison, when visiting Europe, a grand
officer of the Order of the Crown of Italv.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
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CATTLE Shipping steers
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CATTLE Common to prime..
HOGS Good to choice
FLOUR Good to choice
OATS Western mixed
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Bonyancy of Body
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yet published tor any blood medicine to the
pruUtAjfuaraatm of the manufacturers of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which srorronfs that wonderful medicine to
benefit or cure in all cases of those diseases
for which it is recommended, or money paid
for it will be returned. It cures all diseases
arising from a torpid liver and impure blood
and their names are legion. All Skin, Scalp
and Scrofulous affections. Eruptions. Sores
and Sweliinirs, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Erysip
elas and kindred diseases, are among those
in which the "Discovery" effected marvel
When everything else fails. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy cures. 30 cents, by drug
gists. Thb fellow who writes, "And so I love
the old piano still." voiced the sentiments
of an astonishingly large number of people.
The most prominent physicians in the city
smoke and recommend "TansilTs Punch.'
Whzjt eggs are the sole object, co males
are required. Hens often lay better with
out thtjn and eggs keep fresh longer.
If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. -5c
A cat that will drink beer is one of the
curiosities of Calumet, O. ...
Too take Hood's Sarsaparilla. if you have Impure
bloot. hare lost ro arappeUte. have that tired lee!
Ing or are troubled by slek headache, dyspepsia or
biliousness. It bus accomplished wonder for
thousands of aSlcted people, and. if glvea a fair
trial. I reasonably certain to do you rood.
l ha been troubled a treat deal vita head
ache, bad no appetite, do strength, and felt a mean
as any one could, and be about my work. Since
taklag- Hood SanapartlU I hare not had the head
ache, my food has relisted, and seamed ta do me
good. and 1 hare felt myself growing stroagerey
ery day." M. A. STEXXMA'. O Graad Arena.
Grand Rapids. Mica.
SoldbyalldruzcLxw. C: six for IS. Prepared only
by C I. HOOD k CO, Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
THE BEST INVESTMENT
For the Family, School, or Professional library.
His tei lor Mjjcars Standard
Authority ii tte Gov't Printing
Offics ail U.S. Supreme Court
Klsffislilj Esaaicaiiiei uj38 State
Sup'ts of Schools ail lis Ititnz
My all Uls School Books bud-
IMcI ii tils CQnntrj are based upon
Webster, a3 attest:! U7 tie Mug 1
3000 more Words ail mil
2000 more Engravings tin m
otter Assiisaii Disfej.
GET THE BEST.
Sold by all Boctseller. Illustrated Pamphlet
with stycidca pases, otc, sesc fre.
C &. C MEHaiAM ACO., Pub'r5,SFriieId,MAM.
binhra tob JJcmphy mod h'storv of the WO TIT.
C.PEATEST SELLER SINCE "CHAMT'S
MEMOIRS." U3-utLorJi-irct; r-siariatjieanJ
l-tln:uwnwurn.irjof th present day. H.WO sold
SratSnantha. liae aceatreparta 12 trmt dur. an
4br"7 Sratxrk. Any vuu can wuiLe elOprr
day. " exFnnee neewsary. So small pabltshers
oriien-ral i?ma eaa ir; tbis boolc ForezcIuMre
temtiiry and literal urrns. write at Dire to M. J,
MUTI1 Jfc CO, S4 IVarbora Street. Chirav IIL
a-s juut raa r ires mmn jg mta,
By's Crcara Balm
San, Worn or M
Apply Balm into each nostril
ELX BBO&. X V.'arrca Sc. S.T.
D ALL SOLDIERS,
it 4rtN.ibIel:paj.etc: Ie
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by malL Clrcclan free. BailTTS CULUGC. aafato,S.T:
.i..ix:T'i.. s. -s, ,
All Enzlh und Commercial Branch ps. Phonog
raphr. Typa-Wri tlcc. etc.. tauht at lowest me.
oacatlons Cataloirus f ree. Be sn re to visit
or address this College before (clns elsewhere.
' inept.ls. tor circular aUiLII. Uoota. Cbicago.
YfllfMCIiCl!13"1 Teleirapby arxl Railroad
WWrlii e.U'i'nfj Kasin"hrre.anilmcnr!
. oxl 5itcation5. nte J. D. UltUYiS. beUalis. .Mo.
fJoKTl0HAJ& ITSELF Ml
JOSEPH H. HUNTER
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. sw. vtuimwj w, niuui a aauux uvcaicse B awarUCIl
by aad. AtHreaa, E. T. RAzxLxaWaaxa. P-v
trade fSHKr MANK
GOLD HEDAL, TASM, H7I
W. BAKER & GOVS
J absolutely iwii rtsf
It is oiuble.
are tuttl in iu prorata. B kw
mm (Am Urx &u lAt mSl f
Cocoa buspI wtta Sarciu Anwrroe
or Sugar, tod U thertrfurt far men
economical. ci9 U9 XSca M w
m . It i drlieouj. Docvtabiae
rrrnrthmiar. EaSILT DMI3STin.
aul admirably aUapCnl Ibr cmt
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aa Mtll aa for pcraosa m acaiBk
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W. BAKES ft COL, Dorchester,
Wca Wire Feoc-f
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by the oldest,
lunrcdt and btMt
p not n-psiarT-
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rerraaneiit positions. uX!i pay. t nte as
onct?. tiTGETTi) work NOW. wnii.a rrra
KASY TO SELL. AXD TEIiR'TlKiY rNWUXKaZk.
STM B!tOS 51R.SERY CO.. lodsiaia, ItL
aV3 AX THa3 P17XX t fits yl wH-V
PAYS THE FREICHTJ
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Every 'IxcSrzle. l"orfrpeprkUafj
JOtiES OF BtNCHAHTO;
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in Alabama acd Ml
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forzoiiiy with priTtlireor t,ppinircf at plaaarm.
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ayaaita rua ?atsa tint aa. jmat. '
LEIKEI WORTH, IHSIS.
For Sale or ExehaaKe. a bcaatirul ri
nte property or fi acre. wer a
iin-reidrat. Artilrcaa. C. M. TEAZKI.
316 West Sixth street, Kansas City. Mo.
tfiC A XOVTH AST) BOISD Plia,
wQQurliiL'be:ciir.mwian an.l 3 B.VTH"
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