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WKDNE8DAY, MAY 20, 1874. ,
IUI1NU. 0J1KUL.Y. Kdltr m1 Publisher
' TKIUMOKTHK DAILY tUrM.KTlil
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txhiss or, wKJctr hullktin.
?Ona Yer., .
Throo Months,., i.i.,..i......
fSnnaiMT In advance. J
Mt Matte mm eorx iikfJ
The formers do notfngrco on (tlio
OovKRKdJnJTx7yi'Npn; York, lias
signed tlio compulsory ijneafion bill
lately passed by llic legislature of lliat
The Decatur 'Magnet, and tlio 'Tri
DUBe novo been consolidated un'dcr
now building in hclng eroded and tlonm
j'lcsacs aro to bo introduced.
Mr. llzmv Watteiison, editor of
tho Louiavillo 'Courier Journals la
pure President Grant desires and frill,
rfK a tuiru term. In consCquoncd pf
this belief Mr. Wattorson, liimtalf
calm, wishes tlio country to bccoino
alarnwd: and tlicrcforo - is persistently
c&uiuiuug w jiib rcaucrs llio uugaboo
of Cauarism. Everything is possiblo
to Grant and Henry may bo a truo
The railroad war in"WisconBin lias
becomo decidedly intcreBtinp;. wTlie
railroad companies havo refused to
regiTd tbo railroad law of that slatcilo
clarlng it to bo unconstitutional ; jtbo
governor lias proclaimed that they wust
obey it; and now tho nttorney general
has prayed tho supremo court of (the
itato for leave to bring an action in the"
naturo of a quo. warranto in the name of
the state against tho Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. l'aul Itaflroad company, jfor
uio purpose ol vacating tho charter and
annulling the cxistanco of said corpor
ation, lue monopolist organs aro
dignant over this proccedinir, and
beginning to hut the warninc- crv
U opponents of "mounded wealth'
bcr, dwelt, in.hkt opcuing nddrctw, on
the cncci oi iH unanciai crisis upon1
the commorilit nlcrcf-ts ofAliQ counJ
iry, making Tciercncc iiamuuianjr i
the unfortunate contwt with rnilwnys
inaugorated by the farming interests
of tho West, llefore the panic came
oufotfclgn trado was, apparently, more
in our favor than for many years pre
vious : our erain, cotton and other ex
port. wcro in good demand in other
countries, and our'erop wcro unusu
ally large. Ho found it difficult to
rcaliio that.sq vof.t an intercut tm our
railway .system has become, could lmvo
increai-cd ?ineo the commencement of
(ho war front 31,001) lo: 75,000 miles,
with an expenditure of more than
81,500,000,000, without bringing about
n crisis in our financial system ; and
while all nro now ready to admit that
tho demands of the people in nil sec
tions for tho extension Of railway fjcil-
tioslcd'lo too rapid construction, yet
t should bo always kept in mind that
while tlioso interested Hi their construe.
tion may havo been great loor, yet
the country, as a whole, has been !
argoly benefited, and th'ra vast expend
iture has actually added to the real
valuo of tho wholo country many times
lio vont nflio rodrfri.
Then iMrr. Dodge proceeds to lament
tho conflict that has nrhen between the
railroads and tho farmers. "Tho very
agitation of theso questions in tliobtnto
and national Iccislaturcs," ho rays,
'has ulanncd capitalists at homo' and
abroad, and as they sec that vast inter
est passing from tho control of the
stockholders and directors into the
iandsofpolilic.il commissioner, who
are to attempt to regulate prices, of
transportation in the iutorest of the
producers, they very naturally dispose
of their investments,'' and railway se
curities, which, but a short time ago,
vrorc sought nftcr'with confidence arc
now considered very uncertain, and
havo been, for months past, crowded
on the market, until they havo de
clined so fearfully that tho very stock
list is constantly increasing the dis
trust. If this war eocs on Mr. Uodirc
is of the opinion tho railroads must and
will become political powers, in all aoc
tions, and thoso who now oppress them
will, in their turn, become sufferers.
Ife appeals to busiuess men to look
and consider carefully what will be the
end of this interference by the states
of a luijdcmeanbr, and liable to trial
andSmulflhmenf in ttioTeourt to which
tho action shall have ben lomoved.
nuu; ujiuii qonvicwon'nncrcoi, muait no
punished by imnrisoriment for no lcs
than six months, nor inoro than thrco
years, or by fine not less than S.'jOO nor
inoru than 8 1,000, or by both fine and
I tn tor I CMII trmnf tititl n1i.it! h .1 .1
..i.j. it i mv., ... puaii III IIUIllllOll
thereto bo amcnablo to the said court
to which said action Miall havo been
removed as for n contempt; and if tho
defendant in any such suit he in actual
custody on the incsno pro(VM Ihetcin,
it shall bo tho duty ofthe niarchal, by
virtue of tho writ of habeas corpus cum
eausa, to tako the body of tho defend
ant into ciMtody, to bo dealt with nc
cording to tho rnlos of law and tho or
der of the circuit court or of any judge
thereof in vacation. And nil attach
ments made, and all bail or other se
curity given upon suits or prosecution
shall bo tmiiln and coritinin1 in like
force jinri offefct nx if tho same suit or
prnccoutlon haiK proceeded to final
judgment in the state court. And if,
upon the renowal of any such suit or
prosecution, it shall bo mado to appear
in me cncuii cpuri i run no copy ol the
record and proceeding therein in tho
state court can be obtained, it shall be
lawful for said circuit court to allow
and require the plaiutifT to proccod do
novo, nuu to lile a declaration of his
cauno of nation, and the parties inny
thereupon proceed ns in actions origi
nally brotiulit in wiid circuit court: ud
on failure of so proceeding, judgment
ur iiuii-jieragquiuir may oo ruuuorcd
against the plaintiff, with oota fur tho
MATHUSS So UHL,
Dealt m In
FLOUH, CSItAIN. HAY AND
Ohio Levki:, C'aiho, Im.s
Wood Rittmiliouso & Brotlier,
On.s'miAt, (..'o.mjiiiimo.v Mijiioimnt,
loll Ohio f.cvoe, Cairo.
U . A t KUIi.
K. .1. AYS t
AY 14 ICS .
II K.H KILA 1. (!UMM I HSU tN M K KUI I A N 11B
? Iivfc. 'ui..(lmi. II I..
vith the.grcat; channels through which
commerce is now, to a great extent,
The policy of consolidation has been
most pcrseveringly carried on by the
republican party, tt has finally g'uc-J
ceoded in substantially abolishing jthc
fetato governmcfat. llio president ban
now determine contested elections' in
tho states, and. msko and itumuko gov
ernors, Legislatures aud state coiirU
havo'also been abolished and tho fed
oral power is supremo. . j
Tho action of tho Chicago and Al
ton railroad company in removing 'the
'rait .fcronght,. , against it by the rail
road and warohouso commissioners" to
tho United States courts, gives an om
phasis to our assertion tho pcoplo cjin
not disregard. OpprcssoJ by 'tho ex
tortions of railroad compauics, the pco
plo of Illinois by their representatives
iri tho general assembly passed n law
Prohibiting BU.'h companies from charg
ing more than a reasonable freight and
passenger rates. In,. doing Una the
VsgisUturo did nothing that oven
cnangcatno common law which has
Mom timo immemorial made it unlaw
ful for a common carrier to charird in
excess of a reasonable rato ; but tho
legislature said to the railroad conipa
nios: "Whoa you aro charged with ex
torliou you must prove your rates rea
puuanio , oocau.,0 what aro rcasonablo
ratcs js a matter of opinion,, asod- on
eompliciifod facta, of whicli you alono
hayo knowledge." Knowing tho law
would bo effectual would prevent 'ex
tortion and unjust discrimination, upon
vrhich the Alton road flourishes, the
company by n writ of cortcorari took
tho case out4 from under the state law
and transfcred it to tho United States
f :i.M1"c-omoi 10 lb'H 1 Ti ct
' is alarming. A state wishes to control
tbqmgnopolies within ita borders, to
ttguUte corporations organized under
charters granted by it, and tbo monop
oliesand corporations say tD tho state :
"Y7o:wM not U controlled j wo defy
the power that created m. "Wo spit
upon the laws 'ot tho stale; nnd wo call
tiponi tho federal government to protect
:.. ... A-n ii . . -
uoiu'uur ucuaiicfl. ' it imii HMiAr.
M W U M U . V
Bhl ;sot be .resented by tho pcoplo ot
the stato of Illinois, thoy may a? well
dispense with the general ansombly and
allow tho general covernmoat to lec-li:
f ' . IHIA in. IhAm .1. .11 . . . .
'i .i rl't "4 '"ncrs now pre
"" w o wimin 'tuocontrol of
THIS RAILWAYS AND TIJK
' PKOPLE; '
At tho jatjusal. dipner of the . Now
York ch.mlor of commerce, Hon. Wil
liam K. Dodge, president of tho cham-
Uelow wo publish section 10 of the
civil: rights bill, under which the Chi
cago and Alton railroad company have
removed the suit of the railroad com
missioners against that company out of
tho Hangamon county court into the
United States district court. Tho re
moval may be authorized by the ice.
tion hut only a railroad lawyer and
railroad judgo can understand why it
Sec. 1C, And bo it lurlucr enacted,
That in any case where suit or prosecu
tion, civil or crimnal, shall bo com
commenced in a court of any state
against an officer of the United States,
or Qther person, for or on the account
of auy act douo uudcr tho
provisions ot tills act, or tor
or on account ot any right,
authority, or title set up or claimed by
such officer or other persons under any
of said provisions, it shall bo lawful for
tho defeudant in such suit or proi-ccu-
tion,at any tunc uutorc trial, upon a
petition to tho circuit court of the Uui
tcd Statcs in and for tho district in
'which tho defeudant shall have- been
served with process netting forth the
naturo of said hiiit or prosecution, and
verifying the said petition of affidavit,
together with a certificate signed by an
attornoy or counsellor at law of tome
court of record of tho stato in which
such suit shall have boon commenced,
or of the United States, setting forth
that, as counsel for tho petitioner, ho
has examined tho proceedings against
him, and has carefully inquired into fall
tho matters set forth in tho petition,
aud that ho bcliovcs tho samo to bo
truo, which petition, affidavit and cor
tificalo shall bo presented to tho said
circuit court, if in session, aud, if .not
to tho clerk thereof at his olfico, and
shall bo filed in said oflico, and tho
cause shall thereupon bo entered
on tho docket of said court, and shall
bo thereafter proceeded in as a cause
originally commenced in that court;
and it shall bo tho duty of tho clerk of
said court, if tho suit was commenced
in tho court below tho summons to is.
sue n writ of certiorari to the state
court, requiring said court to scud to
said circuit court the record aud pro
ceedings in said cause ; or, if it was
commenced by capias, ho shall issuo a
writ of haboas corpus cum causa, n du
plicate of which said writ shall hu de
livered to tho clerk of the Btato court.
or icitat his oflieo by tho marshul of
tho district, or his doputy.or eoiho per.
sou duly authorized thereto; and there,
upon it shall bo U19 duty of tho eaid
state court to stay all further proceed
ingH iu such cauio,and tho mid suit or
prosecution, upon delivery of such pro
ecss or leaving tho samo as aforohaid,
shall bo deemed and taken to bo moved
to tho tald circuit court ; and any fur.
thor proceedings, trial or judgment
therciu in the stato court shall ho
wholly null and void ; and any percon,
Wlintlinr nn i.Hi, .,.,. r.. ..Ill . p !
.i..vmui uu uuuruuy or om uo r oi any
state court or otherwise, uho shall
thereafter tako nuy itcps, or in any
manner proceed in tho state court in.
any uction bo removed, shall bo guilty
A JAfAWJldB TJtAOKDY.
A dreadlul quidruplo muni -r nt Kobr,
.uo puniu ui uiu crirno be
ing not rnoro than t counlo
... I. .1 ....1. r ., I
"i uuiiuiiu jnru irom llio ftftllmilio,
U rooor'Joi ly inn Japan UeraU. Tlio
victims Hro Mr. Yun1n4tk.hu wifV i.n.i
two cliildroii, ono agotl two yoHre, aud tho
oiner, i.u imurii, vwoniy.ono ilayg old,
who wuro all butchered in ttulr tit etilni'
ApnrluianU, a room about nino feet itiunru.
i.r iim wen Known nnu cencr
.11.. nt. 1 1 1 .. . t
uiiv nhwti in i.ooi. Jla ICCt-lviM n ruvnrn
cm under iho loft ttr, luvoriDc tho jugulir
vnin m'A.al . . .. t.i. -1. .
v.4., ouic.ni .IIIIMVI. Ull U1S ClieiL llfill
t inch, nnd Hi Uck ws literally hacked
to plocef, hla ipino Doing cut through in
oliiht or nlno plscnj. Prom tlio. an.
poaranco ot his wouutts it would eocm ho
Birugsiou witti hU sai!ant, and was sot
upon by another from behind. Hid wife,
vith an infant 21 dy old In her arnu,
had hr right arm luvored, and hr Kit
broatt cut Uadly, a frightful gash from ht.r
forohubd to her otiin, cutting out one eye,
and cutting tier head in half, and a slash
that laid upon her left ihoulder and
fractured her pine. Ilor bal y, opparsut
ly, wm smothered by her falling upon
it, as tho onlv wound it hti Ida Mnall
cut on one of ita loci. Tho othor child,
n littlo boy, had his head entirely severed
from hi body, and his right band cut
through tho middle, cuttint; off tho thumb
alio; tho left hand hat tha two first Ua
gftrscut cff. What tho rnotivci of tho
murderers wero will probaWy novorcomo
to light, union tho miscreants nro caught
and confess, as tho clothes of tho murdered
persons seem to htvo boon overhauled
only. Tho ftnnult must havo boon sudden
and tho strlfo of short duration, as tho in
mates of ttin houses adjoining 011 rdther
siioappcar not to havo henrd tnvthinc
of an unusual nature Many Kuropearis
employoJ on tho railway ttlio livo within
a itono's throw, and heard nothing of tho
affair until noou, when returning to tiffin.
JOHJf IJI'.IGHT Ol CIVIL .SKH.
Dorman H. Eaton, th chairman of llio
civil servieo comrniiiion. has received the
following Jotter from John might:
"London, April 2t, ie71.
"DKAitSin: 1 am sorry I havo boon
so long in replying to your lettor, Hnd
nov I do not ful ilut 1 can say much
that will bo of u!0 to you. Tho working
of our civil tervico lias mot with general
approval, fcniJ, after the oxporienco of
somo years, It would now bo impossible
to ko back to tho old tvrtein.
Tho tirosont nlnn Is ono which is
fult to bo mnro just to all classes, nnd
it is calculated to supply rnoro capable
uimi mr mo various aupr;mcnts ot tbo
publiu lorvico. You are, doubtless, awuro
thHtnp)jlntmont with us uro to n Iarg4
oztont of a permanent character. Jo
ounnges in persons employed in Govern
ment olllci's In tho customs, oxciio,
poft-olllc-., and toloirrapli dnartmonis
tnko tiliics on n chdngo of government
and thus wo avoMn vaat sourco of disturb.
nnco and corruption which would ho oncn
cd if tho contrary nlan woro adonted. In
meo ubj-, wiion so much is dono by tho
vjurutiiiuvut, Htm wiign so many
p.irsons aro employed by thctn, It sooms
absolutely nccwiarv to tuko tirocautloni
i . .r . .. . . .
against tno saiociton 01 incojipninni mnn,
and against tlio corruption which, undor
ton purest admiMstiations, is always n
. . 1 1 1 ' 1 1
iiiuiiu-iii uvii. 1 utir jtruiiuiou rejorin is
a great, undertakini;, I bono tho iood
sonso of your pcoplo will onablo you to
complcto it. All tho friends of your
country in o;nor nations will congratu
lain you on your succors. I havn
diroctod to bn forward to you, somo of
our parliamentary publications, that yu
may know tho latest fids conm.-ctixl vlth
what Is doing hero la tho mnttor of our
"I am, with great rofp&ct, yours vory
J. M, PHILLIPS,
Proprcjiared to forward all kinds of
J'reight to all points.
a5TlinliH'. .ition.lcil to pnimpny.
1!. l.vv. .1. K. Lino.
LEVY Si. LANE,
teui' .fior In II, I.ovy
nm) denlr. in
HIDES, ITI'S'i FIIATHKHS,
HI I!SWAX,n.CS, IITC.
Urtlor tnd Con-lrnmpnt .Solicit' tl.
.N'o. Ill Ohio I.e( c. UAlim 11.1
COM PA .NY
Aie pioparcil to Mipply ciistf.iners;
nuu 1110 nent
C OA Xj
MtAVr. Olllllilm AT
riTII..I!lil.i) Itro.V nflire, No. Tfl
t'liiti i.tft ;
ft inhiliulay Ilio.'n Wliarnioiit:
XtTM Jpiaii .Mill,: or
tii m Hit. 111.1I iliiinp, font ol,
llurty figlilh slii tl.
Special hhim lo Ur Comubh:
R, SMYTH & CO.'
No. fiO Ohio J.uvi'0,
II. A. Tlionn
J. I). Thorn?
TllOifri k UROTIIKH,
9u e-to-rn to II. M.llulfn,
WIISSIOM MKIIL'HAHTS, BROKE MS
ANIJ PXAI.KH6 IN
it.lltlo a".tl Vnuvj !;. rlo,
' 11 C')Mtnnrolfil Avunne,
OAIJtO. - . II.MNOm.
Oorii mission Afcrchant
Ami I)ual r In
Lime, Comont, Plaster, Hair, .c.
I3TJ will nil in unrloatl oti at lnanulat
turerx prlfpn, ithllng Inilu.
B. F. PARKER,
(Suecowor to J'arker .t IMafca,)
PAINTS & OILS
,. WALL l'Al'Klt,
And ton pcUhraietl lllunilnatliig
iroj iiiiiitutig, nth Ht.i'c Uomorclal A v.
C H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND COAL
oi-i'icj: and yaisd.
St. bet. V.'ashii'ton & Commercial Av.
WJiyjlSeiAJiK ANJ) ltKTAIL
Jobbers and Retailers of
Choiiii.!nls, I'tiliMit Mcdiciiu's, IVrfumerv, Soaps, Jlrushcs,
loiiott Arlicletj,- JDruist's Fancv (Joods, Collior Wliito
Load and Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Afaterial, Tube Colors, Dye
Stun, .Kte., Etc., lite. 3
in I'lJW c1";"Ponilnca un.l or.lon frntn tlnurjthti., l'liyirlsiis m1
?l.?Mi?r t muu, wl'..0'!'. .'''."J- ,it,!"'lt. I'lintitltmnnd Ka.nllr Mc.Hd
Isliod or I.cllllotl with Itellatle Drus at KcRM.iml.li: ICatCH.
no cie turn
WHULLbALL A: JILIAIL, HKTA1L PRESCRIPTION.
71 Ohio Lovce. Witshlnston Ave. cor. Klirlitli St.
C A X IR, O .
H O TE L
(Lato Projiricter of the .St. Moliolan Hotel;
Has become Fur.erinteiuicnt of tlio
THE SONG OI-' TDK SOUTH'
Thus tho Columbus (tin.) 'Knqulror
alnijs 14 vorco of tho son of tho south :
"A sorry ilj?ht It Is to soo ft eplko tesm,
consistlnj; of u sholuton mcor nnil n skinny
lilind 11111I0. with rnnt tinpruum rirwl it
squtnt-oyod 4lrivor, hmilini i tarrol of
now whisky ovor poor roail.s, on n hur-
mnpurouiio wn:on, Into n rurmlnp dis
trict whoro tho pooplo uro in dobt, nnd
wouiou und child run nro forcod to prio
tifo scant Httlro by thy and hungry
iiloopinf; nt nlht.
D0KT TRUST ANY MAN
.Who My ho will pay e.TJo for 11 iuo ol Ca
tnrrh whhh ho lalU lo euro. Wolcolt'n Cn
tiinli Aniilhilator hus cured Ihoumnds v ho
would huvo iii'rUhoil without It, anil inv
iiKuiit will return tho nioiicv to any pin.
Winner who ti lon a hottlo iiud.'U not hciii lii.
'V'h ','ld "' over try WOI.COTT'S 1'AIN
. 'i1. ty'1,1 ""O lliirni never Mhttcr: It
wiihi. ik'1"0 J' ','ehachn antl .ourale;ia
ni) ,i9'ent. it. I oLciirr. io a-srwiw
II. W'ARDNUR, M. U.
II. G. STALKKU, J. D.
Olllce and renltlenco 111 Coininrclul Avo
iDXHloor tu iho Alhetuiim. -oi.tc-tl.
WILLIAM II. SMITH, .M.D.
, UIIIKi:CH-No.t!l, Thirteenth ktinnf
htwttn Wiithlimton uyoiu Tin Wuhi, i
' utrs!' "lcc-120 c'll MeKup
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(hiu-feHir to .John Ji. l'hlllit.,)
n i f .
OATS, 1 LOIJJt.
.MKAL, UK AX, Ac.
AgcnU for Laflin & Raid Powder Comjiny.
:ok. ti:ntii st..v oiiioi.i:vj:i;.
A hrtf supply of nitrtrtirif anil III
MHddy ,;oal iwnntantly on Intnl. tUt
urnu w f.rtier. urnurn for .-.mil 01
on if. nth
weo-l ihould ho lo't nt tho oltn o
tHrm-t. 'rniiK, yah on di llvpry.
STRATTON & BIRD
' omniission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company,
ts? 01111) r.i:yj::, c-nno.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Atnl Dealer In
Xo. " Ohio I.cvce, CAIItO, ILLS
PrSfr.HnCCtal atliT.ltnn nlvon to p.nuMrm.
mtmu utid lllllii': ortltiiK. 1 Ul It
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
INTo. UO Oliio IjOvoo,
Itftwece 'J'tnlli anil Kli-Vfinlli .siri-i,
i iimuri'ii tu tin nr.uri uimiA..i
Ilihaalino Mo. lc of Iminud luntlur on
hnd,jiii.trfceht..l from .SfWcrl,, nml lm
Ji. 31AXVKLL & CO.,
.M.-irHiruulurerH anil Dealers In
MACHINE & JjURNIG OILS
Ako AsunU lor tho
.No. 7l'.l, .North .Maine Ktrii,
st. irf)u,;Mo. 1
COPvOIl SIXTH STREI2T ANDOJIIO LEVI5E.
ilr. Wnlkor lwviii taken ohnrf. of tli! old and well-known Iioum-, will at
eivo it n tlioronuh renovatinir. and nut it in Ilot-claM onl.T for H... ron.,..
I tion guest. .Mr. Walker will welcome old etiMtoiiiors to tho new lioue, and
will always Lc lad to mx: thorn.
First-class Day Board $20 por Month.
mi. id. IIOWAKl),
lul I SLCIAiN & SURGEON.
OKKIOK-COItNKU tOMilKUCIAI. av
ANI) SIXTH STItKKT.
HC.9llir..l I. hi'Vllltll HlTOt. hflwern
niiniiiiKitiii iv. nuu walnut Street.
.anter s Mouse.
SO Ohio EtfevcQ - - GAIBO. IL.IjS
EDMUND HUBPNBR, Proprietor-
The Planter's Jloite i lofnttd an Ohio Lorcc Street in
OLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAiDIlNTGS
And in the Center of the IJufiincsH Portion of tho Tl.n iTnncn
nnd conijlcte in all it nppointniontH. The rooms, nro lar(,'0 aud airy, bonidfn
hoiug eliantly liirnislicd and earj.etcd. (iuc.itH will rccoive courtcoui treat
mont and the bent of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day J5onrler.s20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
J)K. W. 15LAUW
3u(ii-r9 lllrfli(ui.MMrf) fiir.ir Hh lro
iinu wiisiiingion Avtmue.
30 :il-tr. OAIKO, ILLINOIH.
K II L KUS,
Hoot unit khoo inskcr. Twcnln.ili ki.i i.
twueu Wui'hlni'ion avenuo mnl Voiilsr
Urt'llt.l I)rt.):il.l in hl:iLn hnritu nn.i l,.r.u
In tlm latiin iiml inoH liishloiialilo nylon,
Ho will miiko tliom to onlur, niti or now
r t V 1 1: j Ifl Milt (.llsliiinnrM. nut ot tho h ,.n.l
(roliost slnck. of whliih ha hIu'uvh Inu ,
l,ooil Mipj.ly on Imntl Irom wliU-h to miiKo
filcotloiw. All lltlui!; ot Imuu nntl Mioca
tiiHilu hy Mr. KlilvrH U iIouk luhiH own tlion
nn forolKU llttlnj; hnliiK iikoil hy mm,
(IUn htm a call, fthtl ho will ;lvo you natlH.
i ii 1 1.
DJt. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
THE OKKAT AMKIIIOAN CON-aUMl'TIVKltKMKIJY
U.W DUNNING, M. V.
Ki;siI)KN0i:-corn(.r Mlnlli mnl Walnut
Btrni'tH, (Jlllcf- oornt'i- Hlxlli tilrott mnl
Ohio luvco. (iiIIl'o hoiiM-lrowil a. in lo
1 in,, n ml Ii t. in
..Consumption UXOT on luctirahhi illiioake.
i'hyitblaiH iihMiro us thin fact. It U onlv
iifcu.hHrv to hiuotlio Itlffht Itcmuily. ami
tho tcrrihlo innlaily can ho voufHicrou.
Hall: Dalsnm is this nomcdy.
It hrcaKs up tho nli;ht Hwcatn.rollovos tlio
oinruMlvo tlirlitncM aero tlm Iuiikh. ami
IioiiN tlm larnnruteil nntl nxcorlateil nirfiic!e
Which tliuMiiioin ol thu tllfconto protlui'iia.
WHILK LIFi: LASTS THEItK IS HOI'i:
It may not ho too Into to ullcct a cure ovon
attur tho tliiutom Imvu nlvun Jim up
IIuII'h lliUnii In holil overywherc, anil
may ho hail at wholnmlo ot tho iVoiiritin.
ilohiiK. llunry Currun Aj Co-, nt tliulr
()rat .Mi'tllcinu U'arohouso, 8 and 0 CoIIpl'o
L "?o, now .1 oi k, I'rlcoaf ncrlinttle.
iinii'4 IT..I..I..I i . ..i
r i v. r v."'""" i iiimi a cure rmuuiiy lor
a n0!"'1"' 1 hpiimona. llroiifihfttl",
A.tlmia,Splttliit;nr Wood. Croup, Whoop!
111 1.0111.' 1. llllll Ull lUlllir .ll.i. (ili.u .il tin.
AIo l'lopiletorn or Hcovlll'i Jllooil anil
l lvi r iSyrup.l.'arholii! Kalvo.Kfluy's Troches
0)'i;iiatiiit Jhllurn, .Molt'n Livurl'IlN. &0,
JOHN V. IIII.NHY, (JITItltAN .t CO ,
. Rami!) Collcfe'ii I'liico, Now Vorlf.