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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOQMSBURG, COLUMBIA COL NT t, PA.
Fviclny. July 10. 1HHO.
Democratic Notional Ticket.
Gen. W. S. HANCOCK,
Wui. H. ENGLISH,
uKOUuK A. JUNKS, JeilVrson county.
"OHMITP. DHRUUUT, Philadelphia.
Deicgittu election will be held
on Saturday, Autrust 7lh between
tho hours of three and scv
1 1 .1 t. n
o clock, in tite atteriioon. come
cards have been printed by inis
take announcing tho l'lth as tho
day. Democrats will please tak
notice that the 7th is the correct
J itm V. Forney is a "dead duck," Gen
eral l'e usoti is n conurd, Leonard Jerome
n"vcr wh much of a man any how. So Bay
the Jicpublican papers since tho abo
uamed gentlemen have declared themselves
in favor of Hancock. Isn't it singular what
a miserable wielch a man may become u!I
of a Midden when Ms conscience will i.o
longer permit liim to act with tho Hepubli'
cinsi And yet, uutil now, these men were
all good enough to be leaders in that organ
The ll-iiullican of this week had the fol
lowing at the head of its editorial page :
ii nr. (tiAitnmi) wnui.n u.vitity t.ii
i,i:iNciiM.r,s which itr.iin.vTiv ins pit
Mti; i.ii'f. inio ma rnu.ic comu'it hi
wot i.i) m viiivi in; lii.vr citiEr M.veiisrit.vri
w n vvi. i:vi:i: had.
Ji.iii.mi.vii S. Black
The paragraph is taken from a letter from
Jlidgo ltlack to JlcCluru of tho Philadelphia
limes, but the Jtepublican gives only a gar
blfd extract. Tho very next sentence of the
sanis letter reads thus;
Jlut hevill actcr the. inierests of his party
i lie has ac'cd nil I, lifetime, and that will
require lixm to tale theadcice which Stephens
gave to Mnutpilius in the buckshot war. J ih
not know any rcilly good man who has don
and aisti-d in doing so many bad things in
politics as Uincral Garhid.
fiio JJnluh Free Trade CobJen Club, ot
which Mr. U.ufielil, tlio republican caudi
date is n member, he itl ils annual dinuer.on
Julyllilli at tlio Ship Hotel, Greenwich
England. Jlr. Herbert Gladstone, son of
tho Premier, offered a toast, "Our foreign
and Colonial friends" and Mr. Thomas
U.iyley Potter, successor of .Mr. Cobden, said
"The Cobden club was now about to enter
n content with a iue worthy of its steel.
Their eyes were now turned Westward
lhey wero going to encounter their friends
in the United Stales, and he believed that
in that contest they would ultimately be
So it teems that tho Urilish Freo Trade
Cobden Club is going into tho Presidential
contest in the United States, for Mr. Gar
And we nave hero m this town, county
and neighborhood, men, who all their lives
have pretended to he taritf men, supportiu
a British Free Trader. Is it not about time
that the ma-k was torn from the faces
theee pretenders? Herealur let us hear no
more rant about "Protection to American
Industry." It does not bound well in the
mouth of a Gatiield liritish Free Trader,
W'ASlll.NU niN LKliKlt.
Washington, Il.fi July 1 lih, 1SS0,
THE POLITICAL SjlTUATIO.V MB. GAltriEM
AS A V1SIT1.N0 bTATESMAX HIS TACT
I.V THE ELIX'lUEAL, PIIAUD.
It is conceded in political circles here that
tho Democrats have much tho strongest am!
least vulnerable candidate. Tho Itcpubl
cans have been placed on the defensive fron
the first. They have been trying to explai
away the DtGolyer and Credit Jlobilicr
business , to disprove the verdicts of thel
own investigating committees ; au.l to re
cmt their own damning editorials of only
eight years ago. Hut the Democrats hav
given prominence to their strongest accusa
tion. Tho Credit Jlobilicr sud DtGolyer
matters can be explained on the hypothesi
of innocence, only by tho stultifying adini
slon that thtir "great intellectual, brainy
candidate" is a simpleton. But, great as th
crime of public pecculation may be, it is
dwarfed by his participation in the crime ol
the century, the crimes of crimes, tho count'
ing out of the lawfully eUcled President of
tho United States. James A. Garfield was
one of the conspirators who went to New
Orleans, who conspired with the Louisiana
lteturning hoard, and afterward voted to
make their conspiracy successful, when
was a member ot the electoral commlcsiou.
Four years pgo tho Nation stood aghast be
fore this crime against Hepublicauism, and
the rights of man, and hundreds of thous
ands of nien bworo that, at the next plebis
cituni this crime should be branded; that
its perpetrators, abettors, coniloners, and
beneficiaries should feel the deep loathing ot
an injured people, of a nation's insulted
If a Klngle sane man, who believed, four
years ago, that Tilden was elected should
vote for Garfield, I think it would prove that
popular government is a failure, and the
elective franchise a too precious trust to bo
given to the human race.
When Mr, Garfield accepts a puruo he
taken trash, but when he nullifies and re
verses the emphatically expressed mandate
of a great people the crime is such, alai I as
no punishment can compass. Its enormity
can be fully appreciated only by those who
know how tlowly, throujb ages of night and
blood, and throet of hoping, despairing evo
u ion, -the rights of man bare attained tho
xiidlcatlon of the ToMlot box,
Tho Hancock boom Is erovvlni; every.
wliere, Tlio ilelccllon In tho Hcinibllcan
ranks Is Mill Inrieasitifr, ami tlio indications
r that Pennsylvania will pivo tlio Demo
cratic cntullilntes n liatiilsoino majority.
Tho first psuB nf tills week's paper la
printed In new Long I'rlmcr type, llionr
tide liehilecl "(telieral Hnnrcick anil Mistress
nrratt" was prepared by Col. J. CI. freeze,
ho possesses tlio only book from which the
mailer Is taken In town,. Tlio ollicial ric
nrtl utterly and finally refutes all tlio bao
charges that havn bjen mntlo mrvlnsl oitr.Ciin-
lld.ito by tho unscrupulous ordain of tho op
position, concerning his connection with the
nrratt matter. At n pleco of history this
article it peculiarly Interesting at this time.
Tllti UAMIIDATKK NUUFIKI).
mkh'.t and giixstiit.t: siT.i:rm:s.
The committee to notify General Hancock
and Mr. F.ngllsh of the result of tho Cincin
nati Convention went to Governor's Island
on Tuesday. Mr, Kngllsh reached Clover
nor'a Island at noon nnd was heartily greo
ted by General Hancock on the veranda
of his residence. Tlio ete.uner Fletcher,
having on board thn members of the com
mittce of tho Democratic National Conveii
veutlnn, eomo membeis i f tlio Democratic
National Committee, quite a number I
members of the Democratic Congressional
campaign committee and many prominent
politicians, landed at Governor's! Ir'and at
1:40 P. M. The party proceeded to the
General's residence, and, on beluj ushered
into the parlors, General Stockton handed
tho Secietary of the committee, Mr. Hell,
the address, signed by the onimitteo, which
was as follows :
fo General Hancock.
Sin: The Natioual Convention of the
D nncratic parly, which assembled at Cin
cinnati on lhel!2ml day of last month, uii.m-
Imously nominated you as their candidate
for President of the United States. V"c have
been directed to inform )ou of your nomin
ation for this exalted trust and reqncit your
acceptance. In accordance wilh tho uniform
custom of the Democratic, party the mem
bers of tho convention have announced their
views upon the Important issues which are
bc-foro tho country In a series of resolutions,
to which no invito your attention. The res
olutions embody the General principles upon
which the Democratic party demand the
government shnll be conducted, aad they
also emphatically condemn the maladminis
tration of the party in power, its crimes
against the constitution and especially
against tho right of the people to choose and
install their president, which have wrought
so much injury and dishonor to our country.
That which chiefly inspired your nomination
was the fact that you had conspicuously rec
ognized and exemplified the yearning of the
American people for reconstruction and
brotherhood uuder the shield of constitu
tion, w th all ils jealous care aud guarantees
for rights of persous and of states. Your
nomination was not made alouo because in
tho midst of arms you illustrate 1 the highest
qualities of a soldier, but because, when tho
war had ended aud when in recognition of
your courage and fidelity you
were placed in command of
a part of tho Union undergoing process of
restoration, and whilo you were thus clothed
with absolute power you used it not to sub
vert but to sustain civil laws and rights they
wero established to protect. Your fidelity to
those principles, manifested in the impor
tant trusts hereloforo confided to your care
gives proof that they will control vour ad
ministration of the Natioual Government,
aud assures the country that one indissoluble
union of indestructible States, aud the Con
stitutiou, wilh its wiso distribution of pow
er and regard for boundaries of States and
Federal authority, will not suffer in your
hanks , that you will maintain tho subordl
nation of the military to civil power, and
will accomplish the purification of public
service, and especially that the government
which wo love will be free from reproach or
stain of sectional agitation or malice in any
shape or foim. ltejoicitig iu common with
the masses of the American people upon this
bright promise for the future of our country
we wish also to express to you personally
the assurance of general esteem and confi
dence which have summoned you to this
high duty, and will aid you iu its perfor
mance, lour fellow citizens.
Joiik W. Sin vksson, Pres. Convention.
Nicholas M. Dei.e, Secretary.
GENERAL HANCOCU'H REI'LY.
The i aper was then handed to General
Hancock, who in reply said :
Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of the com
mittee, I appreciate the honor conferred up
on mo by the Democratic National Conven
tion, lately assembled in Cincinnati, and I
thank you for your courtesy iu making that
honor known to mo. As soon as the impor
taace of the matter permits I will prepare
and send to you a formal acceptance of my
nomination for tho office of President of the
Those present were introduced to General
Hancock, who had a few words of welcome
for each of them. After about ten uiiuutes
spent in hand shaking General Stockton,
turning to the Hou. William II. Knglish,
The Cincinnati Convention, witb a unap
imily unparalleled, appointed m as a com
mittee to wait upon you, at buch time anl
'place as would be most agreeable to you, aud
inform you in person and in writing of your
nomination, I now have the honor to con,
gratulato ourselves on the event aud to pre
sent to you, on the part of the committee
and in tho name of the convention of tho
national Democratic party, the official au
nounccment of your nomination.
Hon. V. II. English in reply spoke
as follows :
Mr, Chairman and Gentlemen of tho Com
mittee : As a practical business man, not
much accustomed to indirection of action or
circumlocution of speech, I will say plainly
and iu a few words that I accept the high
trust which jou have tendered me with feel
ings of profound gratitude and that I will
at an early dato fornnlly and iu writing
make the acceptance wdich I am in formed
is usual on such occasions, Iu doing this I
fully realize tho greal responsibility of tho
situation, tho care, turmo'H, anxiety, mis
representations and abusa which aro certaiu
to follow, and I understand thoroughly that
all the resources aud power of our political
foes from all parts of the land will bo con.
centrated against us in Indiana, my native
State, where the first grand battle is to be
f mght, and probably the most important of
all. Hut there aro great ownlons when the
discharge of high patriotic duties is to be
considered above all present considerations,
and I bliull not disregard the unanimous
voice of the representatives of the majority
of the American people which you speak
here to-day, .,u'liu,e- I am profound
ly grateful lor the high honor which has
been couferroJ, and I have an abiding faith
that with tho favor of God and the people
we shall succeed in this contest.
The speaker was applauded nt the close
of his remarks, nnd then followed another
general haud-shaklnsr, after which the party
again boarded (he Fletcher and left tho
DIVISION 01" Till! STATU.
l'llOI'lHED CLANK) MAKE MVO RTATIHOUf
run busiueii.vnna iiiveii to nt: the in-
VIDINO LINE HLTWLEN THE 01,1) AND
Till'. NEW STATES I'D I't! LA TION
AND 1'OLITICAL COMI'I.EXION
It isqulelly miiolod that thcro Is a scheme
on fix I Id iIIvIiIh the stale of I't-nnsylvanli,
Just who Is at tho bottom nf this move
mentis not Hated, and the s'.nry Is given
for what It is worth. The division plot,
however, is said to have the mpport of n
mimb;r of leading politicians throughout
the commonwealth. The proposed two states
aro to bo called respectively Pcuii'y'vaula
and Western Pennsylvania The plan
of division, it is futther slated, has been
prepared with great care.tlio following coun
ties to form tint part ol the state that will
retain the uamo it now bears, Ilerkj, Ilraii
lord, liueks, Carbon, Chester, '-'olitnibi.i,
Dauphin, Del.iiire,I.ncater, Lackawanna,
Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, L) coming, Mon
roe, .Montgomery, Montour, Northampton,'
Northumberland, Philadelphia, Pike,
Schuylkill, Sullivan, Sumpichauiia, Tiign,
Wayne and Wyoming.
Under tho census now being taken tho
population of these twenty-seven counties
s estimated to be 2,800,000, leaving an esti
mated population of 2,!iOO,OI)i) for tho re
maining forty counties that are to form thf
new stale. The parties that have this scheme
in hand have made an estimate ot the po
litical complexion of both commonwealths.
Thev have taken the election for President
n lS'il as tho b.isis, and ten of tho counties
named gave a total Republican majority ot
27 ,472, leaving a net Uepublican majority of
0,122 for ihe new state.
It is also b;llived that the legislature of
both c imuioiiwealths will be lt-publican.
As it n w slai.d, according to the figuris
how, the 27 counties funning the old stale
-under the propu'd division have 20 Re
publican and 0 Democratic state Senators,
and -IS Uepublican and '10 Democratic as
semblymen, t.r a Hepnbllein mnjority of 12
on joint ballot for Uuitcd Stales Senator.
The plan of division looks well as drawn on
paper ; The Susquehanna lliver forms a
natural boundary between the two proposed
states from the Maryland line to Lycoming
county, and from that point to New York
state line the boundaries between Lycoming
and Tioga on tho one side, and Potter and
Ciiulon on the other, will be the lino that is
to separate the two slates.
The constitution provides that "no new
tate shall be formed or erected within the
urisdiction of any other state without the
con'ent of the legislature as well as of con-gre-s,"
and it is said that there will bo no
difficulty in having ibe legislature pas a bill
f iruiius: two otates, norofthe sinctiou of
Tlio Soldiers for Hancock.
An Important political movement Is under
way, comprehending the orgjuizitiou of the
veteran soldiers of the Union and Confed
erate nrmie, irrespective of polities, into a
solid support ot General Hancock for Presi-
lent. The new organization is called the
Hancock Veteran association, and its pro
moters say that the movement is entirely
removed from political associations or the
control of politicians. Among those who
are active iu taking the initiatory steps of
what is designed to be an influential and
powerful organizvtion, having tho advance-
ent of General Hancock's intere-ts solely
iu view, aro General William F. Smith,
General William B. brauklin, tieueral Slo
cum and General Woodward. Headquarters
havj been established at the Uuion Squaio
hotel, where the central committee will bo
in daily ses-ion during the campaign. A
meeting will be held next week for the pur
pose of electing the membeis of the lat
"There are," said General William F
Smith, "thousands of soldiers who fought
on both sides who do not belong to either
existing political urty, or who are repub
licans by inclination, hut who intend to
support General.IIaucock for President. It
is necessary to fosler this spirit and provide
a headquarters for these persous free from
intrusions of politicians or the conflicting
aims of party machinery. This is the aim
of the Hancock Veteran association, and
we expect to perform a great work in orgam
izingthis formidable phalanx of soldier vo
ters. We shall have a complete organiza
tion iu every state, aud all these branches
will be in constant communication with the
central committee,, nhose headquarters will
be iu Union Square. During the campaign
we expect tho committee will be in frequent
consultation with General Hancock at the
headquarters, and that our work will be
greatly facilitated by tho advico or sugges
tion that he will from lime to time give,
Mr. KuglUh'n l'oinilariiy.
Some of the republicans are very busy
circulating that our feliow townsman, Hon.
William II. F.nglish, is personally unpop
ular. Men of positive tral's of character
and fine business qualities often are, aud
yet they make out best and most successful
citizens and public ofliiers. Hut It is easier
for tho republleins to say that .Mr. Hngliih
is unpopular than it will be for them to prove
It. Where is the evidence of unpopularity?
Was ii in early life, when he was elected to
the legislature In a county opposed to him
in politics? Was it when he was elected to
Congress iu a disiiict which was then very
close iu politic, by fiuO majority, aud by an
increasing nmjority in the same district at
each election, until the majority reached 2.-
OOU, and this at a time when the Democrats
where on the down grade everywhere
Was it when he was elected principal clerk
and afterwards speaker of tho Houso of Rep
resentatives, Was it when he was elected principal sec
retary of the convention that formed the
present constitution of Indiana?
Or, coming down to later times, was it
when, aided by the KlitorofThe People,
he defeated tho celebrated coal road project
iu this cily, carrying every ward against tho
most fearful odds in the beginning?
Or, was it only last year wheu he elected
his son to tlfo legislature iu a republican
No, gentleman republicans, your assertion
in this regard Is mere partisan gasconide,
and you do not believe it yourselves, You
know that William II, Kugllsh was never
defeated beforo the people, and that he gen
erally succeeds in what ho undertakes, All
your misrepresentations and lies will make
him stronger before the people, If Mr,
English lives he will be the next Vice.
President of thn United States, and bo will
be a credit to the state of Indiana, of which
be is a native, as well as a favorite son.
Tie total popnlallon of Ncrthaniptou couc
ty is 70,317.
Lehigh county has a poptilstlon of Cfl,220,
according lo ine returas ai we enuuitriium
la.fnnml 10 have tMDull
lion of 78,412,. an lfase of 18,000 In Us
yttrs, or about 81 petien.
DAUFIMI-D'S LliTTUIt ACOKl'TIXU
TUB rmiSIIIUNTlAI, NOMIN
ATION. hie nt.ooin.nsM WARnton and taunisiied
STATESMAN TALKS OLini.Y or AlllMJH
IN WHICH 1113 OWN I'AUTY HASAL
WAYH llEVEI.ED 1113 AIltlllESS
TO THE flALLEIUES.
General (urllcM lias forwarded lo Monitor Ilovr
tho follow I njc Idtirof nrceplntii'fl of thn nominal Ion
trtiil.-riMlilm liy tho Itepubllcin natloti.il I'onveii
Mpstoii, ,tuly to Doir Sir i On tho cvcnlnir nf
ilh of Juno list 1 h.vltlw lienor I" reer Ivo from you
In Jin mpiiCO of tlio eolninlltoo ef whlrli ou woie
ciulriii u, the uniet.it aii!ioiuiceii!i!l;tliat the Ito
pu' lliua National Convention, at ( hlotigo, had that
day tiomtnatcd mo for their candidate lor t'lcsldent
ot the I nltod Ha'cs. I ncjent tho nomination with
gratitude for tho conndenoe It Implies, and with
di'-p MUfocf les pct.H.bllitttft It imposes 1 cordially
Indorse the principle s let forth In tho pint form ad
opto toy tlio einvemlon on noailyalllho subjects
on which II treats. My opinion aro on record nmorn;
tho published proeoollnTsoI Congress. 1 vontuie,
howyvor.to make specht mention of ROino of the
pi loclpal topics which arc lllu'lv to become snojecls
if atsc issioii, without reviewing the controversies
which lmvc leou milled during Ihc lu-t twrntv
) ears and with ro purpose orwlsh toievlso the
passions of th) hd'Wiir. tt shou1 1 bo add that
while Iho n puhltciibs full) ucoirnuc and will si rou-u-iuslj
defciid all 'h 1 llvhts retained by the reopl"
and all th- llb'iitu iiservcd by lhotiites, they reject
Iho pi rtdoto'j.i d h ttlne oflht state supremacy width
so 'onjcrlppljd tho funcllons of tho national irov
einm nt and it one tlmo brought tbe Union very
near ! deitit lion. 'I In-Insist that th t'nltid
MaUs Is a nation wilh amplo power of self pivsor
vatlons thillU cohsllttillonand laws made In por
s'linco thereof aro th) supremo taw ot tho land:
that th rl,(ht of the nation to ds tcimli.e t he method
by which Its own lexlslatnro shall Do created cannot
be '.iirren.eied without abdicating one of the fun
d.uiVMiLil powers e.f tiio sovi.rriiiicnr ; that tho na
tional Una relallu; to the election ot representati
ves In Congress shall neither Im viol tied nr evaded i
lint eveiy elector shall bo pcrmrtled freely and
without Intimidation toea .t his lawful ballot at siu h
election andhivclt honestly counted nr.d thatlhe
poteiifj of Ids vole shall not bo destroyed by the
fraud'nen vote of any olher person. Tho bi.st
tlmulilsand energies of our people shoii'dbo direc
ted to tli9e great ipiastlousof atlonal well uetnvr
ill which all hao a commn Interest, such offoriH
win socteat rcstoio perfect piaco lo those who were
lately Inarms osM'nst each other, for Jt slice and
good-will irll' outlast passion ; b'lt It Is certain that
the wounds of wnr cannot be completely healed
and the splrl' of brotherhood cannot fully pervade
tin whole country until every cltlen llch and poor.
white or Mack, Is secure In the fioe and eloqm r,t
tnjojmcnt of every civil and political light guaran
teed by the constitution and the laws. When
ever the free and equal eiijoment ot nils tijrht
Is not assured, discontent will prevail, linml
giatlon will cease and the social anil Industrial
forces will continue to be dMiubed by tho ml? a-
tion ot laborers and consequent diminution of pros
perity. The national government should exercise
all Its constitutional nuthoilty to put an end to these
cv lis, for all tho people and all the states arc mem
bers of one body, and no member can surfer with
out Injury to all.
TUG TKOfllI.ES IN TUK SOUTH.
Tho most serious evils which now allllet the South
ailse fromlhe fact that there Is no such frcedomand
toleration of political opinion and action that the
minority party can exercise an effective aad whole
some lestralnt upon the party In power. Without
such restraint tho party rulo becomes tyrannical
and corrupt. The prosperity which Is made possi
ble lu the south by Its great advantages ot soli and
i llmate vv til never bo realized until every volercan
ficely and safely support any party ho pleases.
Next In Importance to freedom and Justice Is popu
lar education, wiilnut which neither Justice nor
freedom can bo pcrmanantly maintained. Its In
tciests aroenttuted to the states and tho lnvolun
taiy actlsn of the people, natcver help tho na
tion can Jii'tly alloril should bo generously given to
aid the states In suppoitlng tho common schools.but
tt would bo unjust to our people and Injurious to
our Institutions to apply any portion of tho reven
ues ot the nation or ot the states to the support of
sectarian sUiools. The senaratloa of tho church aud
state In everything relating to taxation should be
on the subject of national nuances my views hav o
been so frequently and so full) expressed that
little Is needtd la tho way ot any additional sta'e.
meat. Tho public debt Is cow so well seemed
nnd the rate ot public Interest has been so reduced
by refunding that rigid economy la expenditures
and the faithful application of our surplus revenues
to the p-ij'inent ot tho principal of tho debt will
gradually, but certainly, free the people from
Its burdens.aud class with honor the flnmclal chap
ter of tho war, at tho same tlmo the government
can provide for alllis ordlnaiyexpendtturesand dls-
'ch'r'o its sacred obligations to the soldiers of the
1'nlon and lo tho vvllovvs and oi plans ot those who
fell In Its defense. The resumption of specie pay
ments, which the republican party so courageously
anl viccessfiPly accomplished, has removed Irom
the Held of controversy mny questions thU long
and iei lously rtlstuibed tho credit ot tho government
and the business of the country,
our paper currency Is now as u..tlor.al as tho tlag
and lesiimptlon has not only made It evciywhero
equilto coin, but It has brought Into uso our store
c f sol 1 nnd sllv or, c rculattng medium Is more abun
dant than ever before, andvvo need only to lnaln-
tdu equality of ell our dollars to Insuie laborand
capital, a measure cf value from the useof which no
on3 can suffer loss, The great prosperity which the
country Is now enjcylng should not be endangered
by any violent changes, or doubtful financial ex
periments. thk takiff raorosiTios.
In reference to our customs laws, a policy should
be pursued which will tilng revenues to thetieos
ury and vv 111 enable the labor and capital employed
In our great Industries to compete falily In our own
markets with the laborand cap'ta) of foreign pro
ducers, vvo legislate for tho people ot the I'nltcd
Mates, not for tho wholo world, nnd It Isourglorj
that the American laborer Is more Intelligent and
better paid than his foreign competitor, our coun
try cannot be Independent unless Its people, with
their natural resouices, possess the requisite skill at
any tlmo to clothe, arm and equip themselves for
war, and In tlmo of peace to produce all neccssiry
Implements of labor.
It was tho manifest Intention of tho founders of
the government to provide for common defense, not
by standing armies alone, but by raising among the
people a greater army ot artisans whoso Intelligence
and skill should powtifully contribute to the safety
and glory of the nation. Fortunately for tho Inter
ests of commerce there Is no longer any formidable
op osltlon to appropriations for tho Improvement of
our harbors and great navigable rivers provided lhat
tho expenditures for that purpose are strictly limited
towoiksot national Importance1. The Mississippi
river with Us great ttlbutarles, Is ot such vital Im
portance to so many millions of people that thu safe
ty of its navigation requires exceptional consleler.a
llon. In order to secure to thu nation control ot all
Us waters, President Jefferson negotiated tho pin-
chasoof avast territory, extending from the cult
of Mexico to the Paclilo ocean. The wisdom of con
gress should bo Invoked to devlso somo plan by
which that great river shall cease to be a terror to
thoso who dwell upon Us banks and by which Its
shipping may safely carry the industrial products of
twenty-ilvo millions of people.
kTIio interests ofagilcultuie, which Is Iho basis cf
a'l our material prosperity aud la which soven-
tweuths of our population nie engaged, as well as
tho Interests cf manufacture and commerce de
mand lhat facilities tor cheap transportation shall
be incicasedby tho us) of all our gieat water cours
es. Malt rial Interests ot this country, the traditions
cf settlement and sentiment of our people, havo led
tho gov ernment to offt r tho vv lilest hospitality to em
igrants who seek our shores for new and happy
homes. Willing to share the burdens ns well as the
bcnellts of our society nnd Intending 1 li lt the Ir pos
terity shall become an unelisllngulshable p.u t of the
Tilt UEATHLK CUISEE.
The recent move ot tho Chinese to our Pacific coast
partr'ies but little of tho qualities ot such au emt
riallon either in Its purposes or Its result. It Is too
much like an importation to be welcomed without
restriction; too much Ilk) an Invasion to bo looked
upon without solicitude. We canuot consent to al
low any form ot servile labor tobo introduced among
us under the guise of Immigration, ItecognUlng tlio
trinity or this subject, Iho present administration,
assisted by congress, sent to China a commission of
distinguished elllzcns for tho purpose ot securing
such a mollilcatlon of the existing tieatyns will
prevent tho evils likely to ailso from the situation.
It lacotilldently behoved that these diplomatic nego
tiations will bo succcssfe without thu loss of com
mercial Intercourse between tho two great powers.
which promised a great Increase of reciprocal trade
and enlargement ot our markets. Should these cf
furls fall it wl'lbothoautyof congress to mitigate
the ev. Is already felt and prevent their Increase by
restrictions as, without vlolenco or Injustice, will
placo upon a sure foundation tho peace otour com
inuntties and tho freedom aud dignity of labor,
civil. Slavics lii'UBuu.
Appointment of citizens to various executive and
judicial efllces of the government is mo most aim
cult cf all duties which tie constitution has im
posed upon the executive. The conv ention wisely
deraands that congreis tliall co-operate w 1th the ex.
ecutlvo departments In placing tho civil service on a
better basis. Experience has proved witn our ire.
qucnt changes cf tenure It can bo rnodo effective
and permanent without the aid ot legisl-
tlon. Appolntmcntsto tho military sen Ko aro so
regulated by law and cusum as to leave but little
iliullar regulations oy law ror civu aorviiu,uui wine
out Invading tho authority br necessary discretion
of tho executive, congress Ihould devlso n method
lhat will determine the lenuro cf nfllco nnd greatly
I educe tho tincortalrity wide h laakca that wrvtco no
illieorlaln and uiH.illsfaetnry. Without ileprlvlnir
nuy tniccrtor hlsrU'hts as a ctllcn, government
should requlio him lodlseharge nil his ontclal duties
with Intelligence, enielcncy and fallhfutncss. lose
lect wisely from our vust population those who aro
best titled for many oniceslo be niled, requires mi
acquaintance far beyond tho rango of any ono man,
Tho executive shntihl therefore seek and receive In
formation nn,l assistance of those whoo knowledge
of conimiilillh's In wlilch duties aro lo lie perform
ed liclqiiallfy (hem to all In making tho wisest
'1 ho doctrines announced by Ihe Chlcngoconven
Hon nro not temporary devtcesof a pirty lo oairy
nnrlccllon. Thoy are deliberate convict Ions lo
Millltiit (roin u can till study ot tho spirit otour In
slltullons, Iho evcnlsof history nnd boat Impulses
of our people. In my Judgment thoto principles
should control legislation and the administration of
Iho government. In mi event they will Ktiiiicmy
conduct until C'Merleiice polntsout a better way.
it elected, It will b,i my purpose lo fhtoreo slilct
obedience to the constitution and livvaanil promolo
as b-st I may tho Intetest nnd honor cf tho whole
country, relying for suppoit upon I ho wisdom cf
congress, the lnt "Ulirenco and pall lotlsm t f tlio peo
ple and Iho f ivt.r if tlod. Willi iireat respect, 1 lur,
very ttulj jours,
To Hon. llocrgo 1'. Hoar, chairman of the com
The Dayluii Journal, a stalwart repub
lean newspaper, thus rebukes the Tribui.c
and other organs that Hie seeking to impugn
tho loyalty of thi hero whose honor
partisan malevolence dared not assail until
he was mado a candidate for president.
"Whether General Hancock oyer wrote n
letter saying that he would lako commanl
of the army nnd sec that Tllelen should bo
Inaugurated If he was sworn In at certain
time, he has not answered ; but wo know
tills, and It is n nntler of record: Ho ap
peared In full uiiif.irm.atid in (he pr ,c sl,.n
as well ns on the floor of the Senate, and nu
nil ollicial occasions, durlrg the con-mini,..
at the time of tho Inauguration of Pr -Hayes,
with General Sherman, 11 .i
Terry, etc. The records uf the Adj r e .i
Gorer.il's office at Washington show (I -i
Hancock's name registered by hluno f a.
taat time, March fi, 1S77 In induration 1) :y
In thejo words; "Hero us per invitation
of the General in Chief." So that It is clear
that ho went to Washington vo'untarily,
aud not per orders. Therefore it seems ap
parent that he could not have written the
letter allege 1 ; for if he had, he would not
have appeared voluntarily and complimen
tarily nt the inauguration of President
Thisjuiucli to end a fruitless di-cu'sion.
The republican party, as we have said, is
strong enough to face tho truth and to speak
Wheat per bushel '.''
Corn, " ...
Oats, " " ...
flour per barrel ...
sides f tioutdcra ,
Lard per pound
Hay per ton
QUOTATIONS FOU COAL,
No. 4 on Wharf s.oo per Toe
no. ft t .i.u
No. 0 " I l.iv
Blacksmith's Lutup on Wharf S.m
" Bituminous f 4,sn
Itrcadsturr3 0relcs3 acthc, but rrlccs fire MeaiHcr
limn ior home nine pust, ,cpus vuiqvit is in w
mand and scll3 at"HtjTo. Timothy ami JU an
imch.inctnl. riour ami ileal I'lour is In fair tie
iiunrt ami btcadv. bak-of l.ioo haucU, lnt-luUlnir
Minnesota extras, medium and fancy. ati5.4 'on; 12
I'ennsylvaiiU family at i4,T5(); ; western do. do. at
j3,l2;H.?o.aud patents ot fJi.fUViS. ltju Uouriallrm
tialn Wheat lsweak, Mit In good dommd, at a
decline. M'es of l,xni bushels new red and anU'er.
nt Jl Jirii.tl.l'ji.,. as l (nif'ltv and condition. lo K
um-haotfed, I'ennsjl.anU Is held at s-.c. t'ornl Is
lu unuu'U request ami b 'uuy. Mies vi t.uim uuneia
at 40?le fori elected: 43$41M,l' tor udxetl ; and at
5le ior ) ellow. uats aie In fair demand and steady.
Mie or i.nwi ouEnei", inemaiujr inixeu ai yoinjoe
related at nctssr.i aud white ai 3v.(rt4:ie.
WhUkey is steady nt iM for western:
(The to!lowlng persons liavo been proposed lor
nomination by lite no it liemucrallc count eonveu
tion to be held August l"th. iso. candidates an
nounccd lu this list aio pledged to abide by the de
cision ot ihe convention. l
T. JEFF. VANlilCHSLICi:,
DAVID S IIUOWX,
JOHN V. Dl'dtlt,
ISAAC A. DKWITT,
JOSKI'H 1!. KXITTLU,
a. i.. rnrrz,
IOU DISTKICT ATTOHNEY,
ltOllintT It. LITTLE,
FOU STATE SEKATOIt,
W. J. IIUCKALKW,
E. .1, McIIENIlY,.
tsubjecttu the decision of the Senatorial Confer.
CHAUI.I II. llltOCKWAY,
M. C. llANCK,
O. A. MEGAltGELL,
(subject lb tlio decision of Iho Congressional Con
icrcucu Ol luo c.ieveiiiiiiusiiic-i.i
Notlco Is hereby given, that In pursuanco ot a res
olution of the liouid of Directors, agen-ral meeilm;
ot the stockholders ot tlio liloomsimri; Wider
company will bo hold nt 111 - olllyo e.f Frank
p. illume) er. secrciaiy, in iiiuomsourc;, on tutus,
day, September 1Mb, Is-se.at two o'clock In tho nltur.
uouu ior luo ept'i-iti! uurinist, Ul lUKUlg Ul'llUIl Ull 1U
ucuieaness anil issuing uontis ia securu ui line.
I'HANK P. UlIXMllVCK.
secretary ol 1'oard.
liloomsburg, July u
H ()!' Al'I'l.KATIUN I'Oll
I'Elt Ntvilco Is hereby erlven tli.it an
plication will Ik' iiiiulo on Saturday, I ho Till day of
August. A. 1) . lsso. bifuio tho llonorub o will am
Klwetl, I'resldeiii Judgo of Ihc Court of Common
Picas of Columbia county (urn charier Ior a "lloso
company" for me control or lire in tho 'i own o
XV. II. AU KK.
Fkasic II. DKNTLKH. I
KUWAKU 11, CU.K), J
July 10, so-lw
KSTiTE OK 01 1VEK WATTS, DECKASfcP.
Letters of adm'nlstratton on the estate) of Oliver
Watts, 1 no nt tho towushlpot Centre, Cclumbluco.
deceased, havo been granud by Iho lleglstcr of said
county to ine ui uersignea Anmimsiraior. au per
sons bavlner claims aualnst tbe estate are reuuestci
to present tbcm for settlement and thoso Indebted
to maro pajmeui vviiuuui cii-my.
July u, 60-ew
a welkin vournvvntown. ISoutfitrrea.
so risk, itfuucr, ii yuu wunv a uumophs
uicu ucreons in timer sex can rnaice
crcat nay el1 tho lime lhey worn. XVrlto
icr pamcuiant 10 ii, iiaixstt aux, i-oiviauci,siuxie
WYOMING SEMINARY AND COMEKCiftL COLLEGE.
THE WYOMING SHMINAUY IS
li (,n:.r in on, louts tlm fnllnwIiKf Coiu'cs
lolltge I'repar.itory Course, Course iu Music, ami Couro in Art. fMiblenls not tin
ako any stinlies which tlicy lire prepared to enter, l'rices vyitli ii the n-acli Jit nil.
ri.e Omninerci.il Onllei;o Rives Instruction In ienniatnhip, t oiinuerclal l,aw, 1 o
eso gives instruction
r..... !.,n 'I', t..,l. ,) llooL-L-rin
ook-keiplns as a
. i t " sir i -
l. lorirt ImKiuSi ulna ,rr s-t. UOUlllltrCiai SlUi t'lHS HII'llcss Jl i. , . i'. Ji.i'i
I)., K.iig-l in.Liiz me county Pa,
(A aicdlcluc, not n Urtuk.)
nors, nrcur, hiamhi.uu:,
Andtiir Prp.KBT Ar IIkst MrnicMQCAM'
TIES OF ALL JTUKllltllTKRS.
rriiiiJA" cute k
AM DIetirsof thcStoTnnch, Howcli. MoPtl,
L.i pr, i mucin, mm i nuur urcnnr. evr-
uueueun, M( vph Dvnwi i'npn,iaity
i I'liuuu iuiuinainis,
SIOOO IN COLD.
Will bo raid tor fi case they will nitt fnr or
Di'lP) or iyr ani inmii iinimrg ur mjutious
foilua lu till 111.
AHkytmT drupelet for Hop nim-ra nnd try
tliim before jon tlccp. TaKo mi tillitr.
1) I C Is n tlmolutcninMrrcfrlpiIl)'!'! urn for
DnmkcaiH'HS, uc of opium, tulutuo uiij
i Sc Fun Ciiutlar. tsaxMWiSw3
1. 1'tll. xi
rrHAM-ov, I'n., Mai VMIi, lsn.
Da. A. 11 nraii:
I 'ook your Neiiralejla anil Mck llcitlaclio I'llH t r
'hronlc lleaelaclio vvltli Hi tpcnsla, ami lhey act"il
like' arliann. I vvoulil not be without tLein for any
amouut vt money.
Mas Wilmavi llaocK,
r voiT itAvniinAn.M'iin.
P VOl' II.VVi: Mll'ltAMilA,
1' VOl' I'AVi: IlYM'KrMA,
V VOU IIWi; CONSTIPATION,
IP W HAVE INDKIESIION,
IP OU IIAVBNUHVOVS CHILLS,
IP VOU .HAVE AOl'i: CHILLS,
IP VOf IIAVK PALPITATION OP TIIC Iir.AIII'
IP VOP IIAVK PAltALYMS,
IP VOf IIAVU TOOTHACHE,
IP VOL' AUE NKIlVclUS,
TAKE Dll. A. E. llUHll'S
ur:i!-lu .VSlcU Ilontlaclic I'llls
Thoy will cure you. There Is nothing In tills xvoihl
ike thom. Easy to take, they cllssolvo In tlio mouth,
The Pli) slclaus generally recommend them.
For Ealo by C. A. Klela, Elcemsturg druggist
June is, -Mi-it
1" WII.MOT COXXEH, M. I)., PIIYSI-
AN anil Sl'lillEON. SM-rl.it attpnllnn lMiph
tu U, DiSKiis ana nn )cts ul tlio Evk. kah
Takiut and suku Kiev in all its varlovs hranelies.
; it .xiso caieiuuy atijusts tue i;m with pi.oi'Eli
18 10 a. m.
Houns S 1:80 p. m,
(.7 S p. in.
1 Unit Irrrt, lllmtiiitliitrir, I'll
July Id, '(,,-lt
J AMES liEILLY,
Having ivluiiu'd anil optMitUa Jltrfl-i-lis HAIIIIKU
Slloi in i:clmnw Wock, second iimir, oer IVtcr
(irons' s.iluon, ivspei'lfullj olU'il the utrouanj;oif
hU oM customer! ani of tho ptiiilio Kcucr.tlly.
juiy in, vt-ii
p.vuL i:. winr,
Ollloi' In llrovver'a lilock, one door below Coi.cmiihn
July li), -tO tt
Rowell &. Co'a. Advc'a.
Aro fialtltyalillarilHttroandlliirueiiH Dealers. Thero
ia uu una iwDiofr a norna or muio Dut v, liat will nrnl m
lutsllne of irooda, eomellilnif of prpat alup, anil es
pecially adapted tottielrwaQts. COVi:iT Jl'F'O LU
Vest Turn, V., bolo Manufacturers.
July li, So-4w r
xoiirrooinln a few minutes wlihont Mcintv. s..m nr
k-rease. Pilcesei cents, tend postal ror Illustrated
circular. Agents Wauled, nouil terms. I. T.JUNES
!l l.l),r!!!. m., jiaiiiiuurc, .11 u.
juiy u,, su-w
ViyryiVA VEVlt ana expenses to ncjonts.
uuinc f ree. Aiureu r. o. VIClvEltv.
Auzusta, Maine. r July lo iw
A DVKUTIRRS, semi fur our lret list of
JTV. locu newspapers.
f. Howell ,t Co.,
Spi ueo ht. Js". V.
July 10, 'n)-iw
T f CH rr hiislncss now be foro t
14 I Voucaninako money
I ) I jL j I xvorklor in than at
' rv-' else. Capital not n-ru
money raster ut
an at nnvthlno.
inltnl nut. ri-rmlr,.,, li'..
will start you. lis u day and upwards mado at
home by Ihe Industrious. Men, women, bojs and
Clrls wanted everyvi her to work ror us. Now Is I he.
time. Yon e in devote your whole time to thovroik
orouly jeiiirfc).iii' moments. No oilier business
will pay jou nearly as well. No ono willing tu work
eju rah to make enonnous pay by eu.ilnj at
onee. Uostlvomiltanil terms rice, A creat oppuitu.
ntiy tor iiuklnj; money easy and lionoi ably. Addrehs
Talk ,V Co., Aittfitota, -Maine, July 10, 'nmi
HEAL ESTATE !
Pyvirtuoot authority contained In tho last will
and testament ot Henry Kingsbury, late of lienton
lown.-litp, Columbia county, deceased, the under-
sljr.ed wilt expose to public sale en the) premises lu
SATL'KDAY, AUGUST 7ih 1SS0,
at ten o'clock in tlio forenoon, all lhat certain lot or
pleco of land, situate, lj Ins and be lug in lie nton x 11.
lage, lu tho township of Uentou, and county ot co
lumella aforesaid, being lot number six (No. C) on the
punoiiiiatpartoflho vlllago which was laid out
by Parvln Masters, bounded and described asful
luvv f, lo-vv it ; pegluntug at a post rev tlio l'Milng.
creek road, llieneo by land of Alexander Culley, (lot
o. s) norm sixty-two ana a hall degrees west thlr.
teen peri'lifg and one-lhlrd to a post, 1 hence byun
alley uoilh twenty-seven and a half degrees east
threo perches ton post, thenre by land of tuni'ied
llhone, Vm. (lot No. rjjsouth si xty-two and a halt da-
grieseastlhlrtecn perches and one-thlru loa post
by Iho road up PIMilngereek, thence by said road
south Hand a half degrees west threo perches
lo tho place of beginning, contatrlng loity suuaio
pirches, ONE-FOl'Itlll OP AN ACHE OPI.VN1).
Whereon Is creel eit a dwiiiiug houso and out-b-jllel-
Tcims made Known on day of sale.
ODlt (IE A. POTV
Adminls ralor do bonis non,
imp 9 '"o-jw -iowii uni, J.,,,
For this style Sioiror
Wowlllsend It lo jour Hepot
lo lie e'xiiiulticd biort)jou pay
lor It. II It Is nut ns rcprcsenle'l
It can bo returned at our ex.
funm, !eiid a postal card fur II.
fuslraU'd circular. C. A. UO(ll)
i CO.. II N, Tenth 6l lhlla.,l'a,
July 9, 'su-3in waco
1( j l."voiiitlttoagfnlsofSiloz.fastfcelllngar.
I1 I I j I j ikies, sent lo civerv nerson nnsvv, , im.
this adi , and enclosing 1 3-ct. stamps to pay post
age and packing. This Is honest. vVorcfer the pub
1U lo postmaster, or any business mau In this place.
A.MKlllCA.N M V.NP'll C().,
July 9, so-sra wteo Kranklln ctly, Mass.
7 A NTElT- W I I)EA ;A Ix E M, EXTH .
n lnallnartsot the Male to hell Musters new
ttlegaut MA!" OP PENNSYLVANIA. Every cltlio ll
should have It. Nothing lias succeeded like 11 blaco
war tlm a.
L'seiui, oruumeniai anu cneap. A gold-
oa opportunity for t nergettc canvassc ra,
, baiualo tor
oi'AKUit uiTV ri'iit.isnis'n iioi'se.
Julys, 'tu-lin wsco T)6ansomst.,i'hllada,
DUaTlilAMCI Kvcry soldier dlsabl
iTisciise or Injury, Is entitled lo pension, rcuf
Kvery soldier disabled lu
date back to .nine of discharge or death of soldier.
Claims ofult description proaiited. copies ot lost
ItctiaruesC'iiiiiliied. Claims mod by attorneys who
(lavoalnrodlod.or from other causes havo ceased
h practice, llotshcd vvlihout ttelu-, Adato swlth
(,iiip, II. K. UKIII.IN ii'), Attornoya,
i July t, xv SO 1', U. Uox tlm Wttflhlnteoii, ll.C.
A EIlldl'-OLA HOARDING SCHOOL
of Sluilv: Common Ettcll-li, N'ormnl
Coiiimnn Enull-li. orm!il Course,
fstlbtelHS not tlesiriuc:
iu peuuiuinnip, v. jiuiii.ici.iii. . ..........
ner.as nun ed lo liltslncssol all KIWH. r ivu
. ii l,.... i r Hl'.vnitl'.
FIUST, LAST AMI ALL THI! TIME
HANCOCK AND ENGLISH.
Tof Wfeki.v Woitin w 111 roiitntneni'b ami every week the fullest an,l most cninpMo lilf rnj'l.t i
nr tliuvroirre's-s ejt tin tollllfalciiiniulcn from cacnon.l every statu In llu 1'nlon. Hiitc ileotulili,.
teli irraphe I tronithe llculiiunrte.rs nt imc-U IK'inoeratlo Male wninll tee.iml will nrpiir.it 'Iv n I
ici ruin Motllio irrear llirlit tor irrnnd olil lutnicialli' IiIims uti't' r tl.e lciiil e,t llnni'irk ninl Kn
live!- Dcinneral In tlifl.mil must, keep po.steH nbout vvliat is bi Inc ilrjno altuu.r the counlrj I ,
ox eiwliclnilni: victory nt tlio polls nest November.
HELP ON THE
will be sent to your ail'lres from now until the eml of llie campaign for
OH EllOM NOW UNTIL MAUUH I, 1831 FOU
SEVEWTT FIVE CBISTTS
from now till alter tUo cntupaipn, SI. 00; or from now till the 1st of March lSsl, 1 'o
mm Mill WOBB
.1.00 l'EIt MONTH, POSTAGE PAID.
letilrcss THU WOULD, :i5 I'urU Uoxv. Xcw Yoik.
Julys, .-a aw
Corner Main and Market Streets
' BLOOMSBURG, PA.
'Ihi'iinili'islciicit ln.vli.Ktee.n In Hip VVIIlil.lls Vl.ll DIffii business tor the past elm en yearn would
cull the attention ot Ihe publlu itcneTully, anil eiolIN I'KV DEAI.EUs lu paitlcul.ir, lo
their Urtro and vailed slock.
It consists; of
CsiHBiiol ha saiisa.scMl any whew,
IN IT MAY m F0U1NJ) A LARGE STOCK OF
HAIlt HltUhllES, LAMPS, (il.Ol'.Ils
ami in faet every tiling that should be kept in it complete anil well
regulated Drug Store.
They arc the solo Manui"aeture3 of the Celebrated
OIL OF GLADNESS.
ALSO THE. MAXU.U'CTUItEUS AXI) SOLE PliOPKIEronS 01''
COMPOUND AliOxMATLO WINE 01? GENTIAN
AND 1H0N, IMPROVED CREAM CAMPHOR,
WORM KILLING AGENT, ROSE PECTOPAL
The Best Remedies Made.
Highly Recommended by Physicians.
Oct, 17 H.-IV
Iteiuitlfiil Campaign lladges of Ihe Itepubllean ami
and nil and
Containing llfc-lll.o I'hotographs of tho Candi
dates: encased In Mlnlaturo tlllt 1'raines, wilh nin
tor atlochlng lo rout or vest. Active ugenlscaii
make (loa day selling theiu, iimlrlly nnel country
merilmnts can innkoa liiindr,)nei piollt, I'mo lu
t-eiils ear lit for 13 cents; ll) tor &u cents or Ion for
M.50. I holographs sniao prlcoas badges, (rayon
tmrtroltaou ituted plato puner. Ilerolo sl.o n by
n, fur S3 ceius. Plugs all sizes and
kinds and prices. Now- Is tho harvest time for
iiL'ctiU and dealers, tend for samples and partial,
I'. 8. MANrFACTL'llINnCO.,
., llobmlthued sticet.llttsburg, l'a.
July , W-Stn wtco
In the V. B. mtv Ico from any cause, also for helm of
deceased solders. Tho slightest dls iblllty entitles
to pension, pensions Increased Tho laws he log
more liberal now, thousands art) entitled to higher
rates, tiounty st.dnew disrharges rrocured. Thoso
vthosroln doubt asftowhithtreiitlUcd toonythlog
should send two tmt siiiaps for our "cljculur of
Address, xv Ith nlarop, f.toddart ft Co., Nllcrtors W
Claims nd rattnta, lloom ti, bt.Cloud llulidlng.
Wathlngtnn. u. t'.
July , lo-lin VfAoo TOtiDAl!T ft Co,
EOlt LADilS AND ULNTLE.MLN
Lliirutuio nrnl hctenc.1, Classical ('
iu uhh nuy uuu l'i mc Luunia ui u '
oifiinv. (,'nm-rolAl A rltlimntin.
- . , - - ------ - - ,
iciicinpu ' ", c uuo, ixu.
V. V . u m ilbers l'.x. . r ' : vvii
-- i ,,,,
GOOD FIGHT !
CRUDE PETROLEUM PILLS.
r;nliicil'.2!lls. weight In'-! iiiontli"
I'ovviimiN, O.H., Va April, Jsw.
1)R M. MILTON!
Dear Mr-After having been tick twelve inoctM
and tried tho best phvslihuiH of ihocounlry wiiu
out doing mo Iho least good, I tiled jour CHI 1"
PUITtOLRl'MIPlLI H. When I commenced tallu','
them I coughed almost Incessantly, hail heiue'ir
hage. night sweats, etc. I weighed!!! lbs. Att;r
taking Iho pills two months the cough aud ul-'1''
sweats ceased and had nu hemorrhage and w elgh' u
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Thousands of cases liko tho above.
T he pills are also a posltivo cure for chronic br''a
chills, Asthma, Catarrh, and all Throat and Lust,
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uent by mall on receipt of prlco, with direction .
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