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BATORDAY, JUNR 20.J871.
OfltetAl rnpernf theCMr nml 'onnly
Jijkiiu. OBXUJjT.' Kdltor nd X'nbllsher
TE11MS OF THIS DAILY 15ULL.KTIW
M week, by oarrler I v
Oirymbr carrlor. lutdvanco 10 00
OM'ytw hy carrier It uot pitd In
aUnco ii 00
f no Btentti, by mall l 00
' fTiree month 0 00
8 Ix month. , , 6 35
One year 10 00
TXRUS OF WXEKLr UULLBTItf.
One Your $1 00
Blx Months , 75
Thrco Months r
InvarUbly in advance.
Matter on etrrry pnire.
The RcpuWicnu Conven
tion. Tho Platform, oonwa,
. ination, Etc.
(Sprlncllcld Journal' Report.)
SrniNonEi.i, Juno 17. Tlio con
vontion was organized by electing tlio
IIon.8hcby M. Cullom chairman.
Tho couiniittco on resolutions not
bring ready to report, tho nomination
of candidates was declared to bo in
For tho offico of state trcasuror :
Messrs. Thomas S. Kidceway, of Gal
latin, Ocorgo A. Sandors, of Marion,
K. K. Jone3,.oi AdnniF, P. jUiJc, of
Carroll and Conrado Tetche, of Wills
Eloquent speeches wero uindo !ri ad
vocacy or tho claims of tho several
candidates, followed by voting as fol
lows: riRDT BAI.I.OT.
Kecnary to a choice 293
Thcro was considerable changing of
Votes before the announcement oi the"
rosnlt of tho ballot. It was apparent
that tho contest lay between Messrs.
lUdgway and Sandcrs,and thorcsult was
Neconary to a choice 296
There being no choice, a third ballot
was ordered. Prior to its taking, the
names of Messrs. Mile?, Jones and
Tetche wero withdrawn, their strength
going mainly to Mr. Sauders, gained
considerable on this ballot, and by
many changes in his favor, scorns to
have a majority of the votes, but fur
ther changes were made, ronulting in
the nomination of Mr. lUdgway by the
The announcement of the nomina
tion of Mr. llidgway was received with
cheers, and the nomination was wade
For superintendent of public instruc
tion the following persons were put in
nomination, i,, vwWs, ot OkU..
Aaron Gove, of McLean ; Matthew
Andrews of McDonougb; J. A. Mer
cer, of Uureau; Klmer Baldwin, of La
Salle; Miss Francos K. Willard, of
Cook; Win. II. Powell,, of Kane; Miss
Emma Vcatch, of Knox; II. W. Suow,
of Tazewell. Somo little merriment
was indulged in at tho expense of tho
lady candidates, and lest tho gallantry
of tho delegates nominating them
should occupy excessive time iu deliv
ery, a motion was carried that no eu
logistic speeches bo permitted in tho
presentation of candidates.
Whilo tho vote on tho first ballot was
being counted, Mr. Dalton. of Cook,
cxprossod himself as very desirous of
luaumg "a iittto Bpeceu." The point of
order was raised and insisted ou that
xpeecbes were out of order. Mr. Dalton
very good humorcdly submitted,
though occasionally endeavoring with
out success to work in a Putin dn.
quence by way of diversion, or to
break up tho monotory. Tho re3ult of
tho voto was as follows:
Mill Willard jft i-i.j
Mitt Ve&tch IB
Number of votci cast 003
lUcmry to choice, 289
The name of Mr. Mercer was with
drawn y n dURu from Uureau, and
tho voto of that delegation cast for
Hon. Newton Uateman, hut ubto.
quently transferred to Powell. The
Mf yillard o
Klmer Baldwin.. 7
0T i 19&
Number ot vovi rit to2
Ncary to a choice, :V0,
Before this voto was announced nu
merous changes woro made in faovr of
Messrs. Powell and Wells, and it ap
peared that tho voto iu favor of Miss
Willard on the former ballot had been
inoroly of a complimentary character,
tho changes of votes being largely
against tho lady Tho names of Messrs.
Oovo and Andrews wero withdrawn
and eubdcqucntly tho Cook on" dole
cgation withdrew tho namo of Miss
Willard. Despito tho number of
changes thcro was no choice, and thero
was then taken tho tiling ballot. Mr.
Ualdwln'H namo boing wiOiJroivn, tlio
ballot resulted :
Towel I HOI
For tho leading candidates for both
offices tho vote was very close ; more bo
than nt any slato convention wo re
member to have over attended. Tho
lirst count elected Mr. Wells, but the
changes of votes resulted in favor of
his npponenl, and Mr. Powell's nom
ination was mado unanimous.
Tin: uksou tion.
Tho committee on resolutions inado
a rcjtort through J Ion. F. W. I'nltucr,
its chairman. .Mr. Palmer fltatcd that
though there were difference of npin
ion regarding tho fiunuco issue among
tho members of the committee, thoy
had bcou rcciiocilcd, nnd tho roport
was a unanimous one. Tho reading of
tho resolutions was frequently inter
rupted bv nnnlnuho. and prolonged aj-
plaudo greeted its conclusion.
resolutions ns a whole, objectiun was
expressed, nnd tho resolutions, were,
on motion, oonsiucreu tcrmttm. fir.
KclloL'tr. of JjiviiiKHton.iiuu others, ob
jected to that clause of tho resolutions
. . . n .1 i . . I'
declaring in lavor oi tno rctirctncai oi
legal tenders as rapidly as the nanic
circulation is increased. Tho former
moved to strike out that clattso of tho
Dr. llobbins favored tho passage of
tho resolution, as a conciliation ti) the
minority of tho committee, who were
opposed to a moderate expansion of
tho currency. '
Mr. .onosof JoDavicss, favored tho
passago of tho resolution intact.
.Mr, J.l. bcaimnon, ol 'Jook, was
opposed to tho entire resolution, nnd
moved to lay tho wholo muMcr on tho
table. JIo was opposed to early re
sumption of specie payment, and in his
opinion foroiug sucli resumption would
involve the country iu goneral bank
ruptcy. Tho motion lost, uud tho
question recurring on the .j,r0 to
strike out tho latter portion of ti..
solution, tho debato was continued at
some leucth bv Gen. John I. Kinakcr,
of Mneounin. who thouht the matter
rather congressional than local, and by
Dr. luce, ol Uglc, wiio lavorcu tno au
option of tho entiro resolution, and
Mr. Kellogg, of Livingston, in support
of his resolution to strike out.
The question being put to vote it
appeared that the motion tn strike out
" !. 1 !... - .!!. S.. I..!.... 1l.l
provaucu, uui a uivniun uuin: hh
for tlio vote was takeu by counties to
satisfy objectors, and carried by a voto
ofai-ayes to 201 noes., ana tuc ou
WAS STRICICKN OUT,
the nunouiicuuient boing received with
loud and prolonged cheers. The vote
as counted, by the secretaries, during
considerable confusion, was announced,
however, as ayes 2DS, noes 2ol, a maj
ority of 01 for striking out.
That portion of tho resolution retain
ed was then adopted by unanimous
Tho resolution regarding tcnipcrauco
legislation was opposed by Senator
hitney, of Hureau, but being put up
on its passage, was adopted by a large
The further resolutions were then
adopted f riutim, and the platform as a
wnoio adopted amidst applause, as fol
Wo, tho delegated repror' ",'0' oI
tho Kopubllcan jinrtv of "rt'll8 ooclaro
tho following tu b substantially our po
litical belief .
1. That emancipation und (int!ki.
raoat bavinf beon iccurcd by ;bo thlr
ir.Oi una Hft.-nth Rioondmonte to tho
comtltution of viio United StateJ, and by
appropriate Icgiilatlon for their enforce
ment, and equality of civil righti bavin?
boon guarantied by tho fourtoonth amend
moot, mcb Kuarnnty should bo jnforced
by appropriate (taluci, to that tie broad
icglt ot fadoral power may bo over black
na wbito clttzeui alike.
2. That, m ono of tho con!oiiiMice of
the late civil war, about $3H:,COO,000 of
non internal lour ne treaiurv noloa woro
inuod to. and are now hold by tlo people
n n enfo and convoniont
would ho unwita and inoxpodiont, in tho
proiont linuiicial condition of tho pooplo,
to attempt tho innnodiato cancelation ol
any portion uf moll trouiury uoton.
3. That tho lnwa for tho ostnblUhmont
of nationitl banks having socuiod to tho
states und territories tho bolt tyetom of
hank circulation over boloro oil'urod 14
tho pooplo, It should ho no longar eon
lid od to it privileged clufi, but should bo
freo to nil nliko, under gonoral and equal
laws, tho necrnirato volumo of currency
to bo rogulatod by tho uutramuioled laws
4. That wo ntllrm tho dooltration of
tho national republican convontlon of
1872, In favor of a return to spoeio pay
ment at tho earliest praclieablo day.
l. Thut wo commend tho measures
which havopauodthe popular branch of
concross, looking to tho cheapening and
perfection of lutor-Btato railway trans
portation, und tho Improvement of nnvl-
river" woul" of tho Mississippi
0. Thai, wo aro in f-vor of an amond
rnent of tho constitution of tho United
btatcs proviaing for tho oloctlou of tho
president and vico-ptundont by tho
airect vote 0: tno people, without tho in
torvontion of tho oloctoral college.
7, That tho rupuhllcan party proposes
to reipeet tho rljjhts resorvod by tho peo
plo to thomttdvos, us carefully as tho
pjwers dologatod by thum to tho aUto
aim loaoroi Kovornmonts; und it will elm
to jocuro tho rights knd pnvllogos of tho
cUlson without regard to nativity or
orood; nnd it Is opposed to InUrforoneo
by law with Urn hithifi. lasiu.or ouatom. nf
individuals, except to suppress Heowtoui
ness or to preserve tho poaeo and sarotv"
of tho eltiscns of tho statu. m ,BIUljr
8. That while wo accord to t0 Tt.
way corapanios of this stato the rUest
ino&suro of property rights, wo nlso (j0.
inand for tho peoplo roasonablo charges
and rigid impartiality in tho transporta
tion of pasfflngors and freight such
guaranty to ho secured by nppropriato
sum and national lobulation.
Relying upon the foregoing doclnratlon
of prin:ljds and policy, upon tho broad,
claar record of the ropublihan party dur
Ing its flltoon yoars of tdute and federal
adiulnlstrutlou, wo appeal once mure to
that allont. yet ncluilvo tribunal, tho
ballot-box, conllitnt that tho peoplo will
ondorio ovnrwuAilngly tho action ot tb t
Tho businossof tho convention be
ing then coucidcd, Ocn. John A.
Logan nns loti'ly called for, nnd upon
bin npncnrnucoiud introduction to tho
nBcinbly, was.eceivod wjlh hearty ap
plause, and spko as follows :
si'KEcf or or.N. iAian.
Ho had cone to Snriniifiold, ho said,
not lb haven vtliiti tr to do with their
deliberation, or to givo any t.dvicc ono
wnv or nuriicr. no camo because no
was a reprscntativo and citizen of the
state, to ntiglo with his constituents.
Ho ngrod with tho first resolution,
because i required tho strong hand of
tho Jawo give tho colored raco tho
rights ley were guaranteed by tlio
eonstituion. Without such laws, thoir
rights tould bo trampled on with im
punity. It was tho duty of congress
nnd V stato legislatures, when the
rightiof any citizens were in dangor, to
protot them by logislativo action.
Tho resolution on greenbacks was
good,and of groat meaning. Tho cati
collaton of greenbaoks incaut issuiilg
out tlo only currency with which debts
might be paid, and tho business of the
nation carried on; gold and silver had
green oawt J wero the agents in tho
haiids ot the peoplo with which to dis
clurge their obligations and pay their
tales. Until tho country was able to
(Ihchirgo its obligations iu hardmonoy
it would bo wrong to deprivo tho poo
g!c of tho only medium ot exchange
ticy possessed. Thore was not gold
cad silver enough iu tho pockets of tho
whole convention to pay ono man's
taxes. Why should they bo called re
pidatiouists because they believe iu
ffcenback circulation to carry on tho
(usiiiess of tho country. 'Jhcro was
iot enough difference of opinion ou
hat subject to alienate personal or pol
tical friends. (Applause.) It was a
lifforence of opinion morcly. Tho on
alor next defended his action in cou-
cress. Ho opposed tho withdrawal of
the liioncv that was paying tho debts of
the country. Ho was utterly opposed
to repealing the legal tender act. Ap
plause. If that was dono ho would bo
.H-irdud as a repudiator. It would bo
to ropudiuio tho contract between tho
bill holdur and tho Government. Tho
i I j wit i trail rt i uj uiii i v,u wjr pnuuivi avv.
' wado free, becaut-o it wat n good cur-
rincy, based ou tho bonds ot tho gov
criimcnt, tlio faith of tho government
Icing pledged to tho redemption of tho
rotes. As long as tho government
as good, tuc notes would be cood
ibout 2,000 men in the United States
jero enjoying tho benefits of the na
tjoual banking act, and thoy had a
nononoly which wbb coutrary to tho
trinciples of republican government,
ianking should bo free, and every
uau should bo allowed to run n batik it
lc pleascl. The busiucss of tho coun
try and ndt statutes should measure tho
ajiount of currency. Tho United
States has not Vwo thirds tho amouut of
cirroncy, in proportion to its wealth
and maguituJo, of any other civilized
comtry. He was not au inflationist,
bit ho wa for the people, and believed
tiny should dutermino how much
ininey ivas ucccssaiy to carry on the
buiness of the country. He va for
sttkingdowu monopoly in motcy. He
wold not say thcro was not inonoy cn
ou;b in tho country ; that was for tho
butness of tho country to determine.
Iltquotcd from the president to show
tin country had not money enough.
Po caw industries paralyzed all over
t'o land, nnd the proprietors of man
uacturicssaid tho reason was that there
wis not sufficient money. That was
evidence enough for him that there was
ict cnougn monoy in ttic country
fully endorsed the resolution adopt
in Philadelphia in 1S72. It meant
when ,,c govorutnont had the power
and ability to resume, it houId resume
but hot till then. It meant that and
nothing more. The country could not
immediately return to specie tiaymcnU
without n financial crash. When tho
government resumed every national
bauk would have to resume. Iio was
not opposed to nnecio navmcutB. but ho
differed with f-ouie men who wautod to
jump from tho ton of tho house to
tho cellar, whilo he wanted to go down
b . tho aJ(lcri Ho WM j favor oft,
, , , . , r . ....i.ii
debtor claw, and farmers who had mort-
I greenbacks, should not bo compelled
to pay tho mortgages in gold, llo did
,uot want tho gold bullioniBt ol JNow
York to own lll'moU, its farms und
homes and uliops. When tho country
told more than it bought, it was uot in
lobt to foreign countries nnd tho bal
ance oi trade was not ngain3t it, but in
itn lavor, it could return to Bpecio pay-
jiouU. J hoy might rotum to specie
paymcutR to-morrow, but noithor ho
nor nuy ono olso could say when thoy
pauld rcBumc and keep paying iu Hpcoio.
llo believed that tho lc','islaturc3fihould
vgulato tho rates of faro on nilroads
n tho states, but coiicress hhoild ro-
gulato commereo between tho ftatcs as
(provided by tho constitution.
l' armors wero joining tho indopcn
lent reform party to bccuro reforms,
h'o tho only legislation on tho sub
jtct was passed by republicans, nnd iu
dnigress only republicans votod on
liJIi to joguhito railroads. Farmers
wto leaving tho republican party to go
tiny know not whoie, and to Hcok ro-
ioim whore thoy could not got it. Thoy
o urn not Buccceu wun u party uauou
01 a class and iiriaycd against all
oilier elafcHcsi who could outrato thum.
Iio hoboughtthum to harmouizo diifer
oiioj among thomsolven. Tho plnco to
right wiongs was at homo iu tho party,
f-oiuo persons threatened to leavo tho
party. lie warned thorn that thoy
"'id Iio bothered with him whilo hu
eoutiiiuod 10 oxist.
Ho did not liko the tcndoiicy of the
nioaty power of tho laud to control
oyorjthlng. It should bo watched. It
alwaiiskodlo bo promoted nnd lbs
teredt hut it was dangerous. Tho poo
plo wlo wautod moBt protection woro
t iu w6 k ng elasees. Ono of tho grea t
dungeh to tho ropublio, was tho con
coitravni of money power iu 0110 or
two plies, lie did not advocate 11 to
distribution voi tho monoy by nnv
means. Uvory man was entitled to nil
ho could cam; Hut tho peoplo should
watch tho growing power of monoy,
and guarded their own interests, llo
did not refer to nuy individual, or Ect
of Individuals, but wished to warm tho
pooplo against monoy monopolists.
Tho republican party was tho only
party that had punishid oflendors iu
its ranks; it was tlio enly party that
govorncd tho country ia pcaco niter tho
war, nnd it was tho only party that had
given prosperity to the country.
Thrco cheers s p'von tho speaker
when ho rotired.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
&TT0KNEY& COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ollib e Out l'list Nalloiial llinl.. 3-1 Mm
John II. Mulkcy.
William C. .Mulkcy.
OflU-e: KU'lith Mrrcl, iictwcen Commer
cial and Wellington nM'iiiicr. f-l I If.
- ll RFR.T.
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. dr. i n,
Wl am 11. OII'H'lt.
Miles F. ODocrt,
ISTSpecltl attention en to
and mcatiboat lili-'lnf?!".
Ohio l.fvec, Itofiuw 7
. ily National llauk.
and 8 ocr
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR- DAVID PARKINSON,
llavlre located In Cairo, oTlcl t Hip pai
rouaKo c llio-o drilrlliK Dental AVork.
llaliilMiii overtwi'iily jear Mircrvfliliy
viiijnfft'd In tho study ami jirai Ico oflipnlN
try. In till V .irlnii.s lir:iii"lu . liulVdJiltl
llc( In t.nlr lU-it full sutUlactluu will tic
All AVorli WA"ltANTKI HiKKIncliiry
ltofercti' Diplom.ii and TctlinonluN
trccly exlitilnd u lieu desired. Dr. I'ark
uisou Is prparcd to niaXe
UOI.U A' SILVER PLATE,
ENtJLSH AX AMERICAN I'LA
TIM, AND CELLULOID RASE
to mount rtlllclal teeth on; maklnjr a line
nilitilttutt wlien Nature full.. KXTUAIT
IN'tl andl'Lt'dlllNd done In a workman
like nnnicr, ollin -ng the tetth for llle.
Chaif-fi' reasonable. Kxlraclilig l0 cent.'',
Slvrr tiUllgi W' cent-.
Olllicorconi in W. (i. Crry's llulldlni;,
Conor Sixth street and Commercial aeiiuu
JSTKiUnnco on Sixth ntrcct.
J A3 OB WALTER,
And icaler Iu
Eioani Strkkt. :et. Wasiunoton akd
Com m k. rci a l, A
Keep- hr hot otlicel, rnrk.Miitton veal,
Liiiith, .s;u-aKf, etl, and la prepared to
erve laiiulles In a fi ccptahlo inanner.
Anl Dealer in
ALL KINDS", )K l'JtKSII AIKATS
Hear Ccf. Tientloth Stroet and
HYLAN) & SAUR
And D dern 111
CHOICE FRE'H MEATS,
Of every dcriptlon,
Cor. '.Ol'1 "ircil and Coninrr lal Avemie,3
Nc door lo the ll.iand .Saloon.
Uot Kio at Wholesale and ilotail.
C01lNKlU2l KTIIKKT A Nil OHIO I.KVIIK,
..'A 1 110, ILLINOIS.
J. P. (1A.MIILE.
3oOors IUh U (upslolrs) toriu r Mb Htm
aid Washington Avonilfe.
OA I HO, ll.Iil.NOia.
Wood Rittenliouse & Brother
Gi:ni:uai. Comjiissiom Mkhchant,
1811 Ohio Jiovee, Cairo.
I. Air BUM. K. J. AYMK-.
AYEI13 & OO.,
F L O 'D' JERj
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7R fiUvan.OnioUtan. lr.ij.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'rcpreparcd to forward all kinds ol
Freight to all points.
tSriliHliii'" attended to promptly.
11. A. Thorns L. V. 'VUouw
'XUvaia a, nxiOTHJUl,
Succesoirs to 11. M.llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DXALK118 IN
Htnplo a9d J'Hiicy roerlca,
Korolgn and Domcitlu
ITH.TJII'a -A.3STD 35TTJ-TS
131 CommnrcUl Avenue,
OAIHO. . . IMilNOIH.
And Dealer III
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, He.
ETTI will nil In car load lots at tnanufac
tuu;rHprii i-. milling frilght.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON.
(Siiccc"or to .Toiin 11. 1'hilhs.)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
M HAL, I1HAN, Sic.
Agenl3 for Laflin & Rand Powder Conpany.
COIL TENTH ST. A; OHIOI.KVKK. '
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
r,? oirzo .kvxk, Quito.
MILLER &. PARKER,
FLOUll, COKN, OATS, 1IAV, Jfco.
Agents for KairbankV Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, LLS
PARKER &. AXLEY.
Corner of 8th .Street and Washington Ave,
N. 11. Thlbllewood. 1'. J. ThUtlcwood
THISTLEWOOD &, CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &c.
Xo. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
COFIMW, IIAKHISON & CO.,
(Successors to D, Uurd A Bon.)
VI.OUB.OIiAIN AMI II AT,
No 03 Ohio Lsvoo, OAIKO, IL1.H
NKW YOHK STOitlS,
WIIOLKSALK ANT) UWTatt..
LlliOHIT VAIUTY (TOOK IK TUB OlT
QOODB BOLD VBHY OhifQU.
iruriifr uf lilntul Hrt Mad nj
tl. O. I'ATIKH
' Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemical, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Prnslies,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier "White
Lend anl Other Grades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dvo
Stulls, ttc., Etc., Ktc;
i..'l??1rk'l,,1f,'p?.n,,1.e,.l.ce ftn:' """, :'r.?.m IniCTlt, I'hyMclsni. ind (Irncral Store,
inuilitot (,oo(l(ln our l.lno. hte.nnhont. r autntlnn nnd Katiilly .Medlclno vztet Inrn.
WHOLESALl & RETAIL, KKTAIL , I'ltEiCRll'TinN,
71 Ohio Letcc. Witiililntou Ate. to.. i:ithili SI
C -A. Ttt Q . '
NEW HO TEL
HARRY WALK ER
(Lato Proprietor of tlio St. Nirliola Hotel;
Has bccouic Sujicriiitemlit ol tlio
CORXIIt SIXTJl STK10ET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Jlr. Walke having taken charge of lliis old and well-known 11011 will it
onco give it a llorouli renovating, mid put it iu lirrtt-clac order for tlio recep
tion gucntfl. Walker will wclcoino lii.t old cuHtomcrs lo the new Iioufc, and
will alwaytt ho fJad tosco them.
First-class Bay 3oard $20 per Month.
HAEHY WALKEE, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
"ho I'lantcr's House in located on Ohio Leve Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AlSrD STEAMBOT LAi DINGS
And in iho Center of the Uui-incHw I'ortion of tho City. Tho Houfo is new
nnd conplelo in all its appointment. Tho rooinn, arc Inrn nnd airy, henidt-H
being cligantly furniHhcd and carjiotcd. Uuc."ts will receive courtcoun treat
ment anl tho best of accommodation.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Boarders $20 per Month-
A TrustvWatcli for Trains and Boats Day and ITight.
' 271 3-27-Sm.
h i; Si
O.W. DUNPHNO, m, D,
UKHIDKNOK inrHT Mnlli mill AViilnill
tro etM. Ollico oniKr Sixth xtiuot mid
hl.o levee. Ollloo lnurn-lioin 0 u. ill., I
in, uiul :i i, in
PAINT MI OIL
Balsam for the Lungs
THK GKKAT AMUKIOAN CON
aUMl'TIVKltKMEDY CoiiHiiiiijitlon Is NOTiininuiiruUledlHOHi.c.
riiynbhuiH asmiro utlil lact. It U only
necoiHaiy to have the I(llit Keuaily, and
tho terrlhlo lnuludy can ho conquered.
irall'o Ea!aro Is tUs Hcraofly.
It lll't'llliN up tho llltillt 6wetN,rouuvo8 tlio
nij'ivHMlfO tlihliii.iii ucroHHiliH IntmH, nnd
licnls tho larcemtcd und excoiinted nirlacen
Which thocnom ol tho dlsoaso prodiiei-H.
WHllAl LIl'lJ riASTSTHKltlJIS HOl'K
it niy uot be top late ut'unect p. euro even
alter tho doctors huVo tilven oll tip
Iliill'H litlbuui In bold ovorywhere, nml
nuy ho hud at wholrmlu ol Clio rrojirlutorn,
.lofin V, lleury.. Ourran Aj Co.. at llu-lr
(lieut .Medicine Wurehoiue, 8 and II College
l'Mco, Kow York. I'rlee 8t lier hottle.
llull'u JIhUiiui 1m bImi a MUu remedy lor
CoiikIii, t'oldn, I'hoiluioua. HloncUlltl",
Ablliinn, oiltliiiK of lllood, Croup, Whoop
inu' CoiikIi, and all other dlncaies ot tho rei-P-trtor-
AIho l'roprialorii ot heovlll'it lllood and
l.lver Syrup, (Jurbollu 8nlve,Kdey'H Trochun
Oxjfe-eiiutud Hitter, Alott'M Mverl'lllH . ,vc.
lOIIN' l IIKNUV, CUltltAN ,t CO ,
Hand II Collvcu i'laoeew Vork.