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6U Month , 75
Three Months w
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JleatlloK matter on every Jngf .
EviBT honest opponont of Kndical-
iim will unite in tho convention called
by tie Democratic State Central com
mitteo, and to be hold at Springfield,
August 2G, 187-1.
There is not peace in the Hepubli
can bouichold of this senatorial dis
trict. Joe P. Jlobaru iraot to gc into
the houje of rtprcicatatiro!, and sev
eral pcttoot wish to keep Llrn out. Joe
say inscore sold out to him, and In.
scoro casually remarks that Joseph is
stretching the blanket of trnth.
The Carbondale Ob;crver of Au
gust l,says :
In a convariatlon which Judge W. J.
Allen, relative to the pratoot mpect of
cangreiilonal matters in the 18th district,
he tali that while be never conilderiii
It worth tha trouble to contradlot newipa
por itatementi, the uie which had been
made of bli name, In connection with tbat
struggle, was wholly unauthorised by
him; and h could not con:alva of tny
ponlble contingency which would
Induce htm to engage in polltlos again.
Mn. Enoch Ksslkv, a gcntlcmau
unknown to tho Famo who blows her
trumpet in this part of tho country,
has issued an address to tho Demo
cratic and Conservative party of Tenn
essee, entitled "Viows of Government."
Tho address is of greater length than
the moral law, aud has the appoaranco
of an able paper. Since its publica
tion wo have his own authority for say
ing that Mr. Ensloy has bron "favora
bly mentioned and nominated for tho
office of Governor of Tennessee."
Senator Morton has sounded tho
key-note of the Indiana campaign. Ho
has made a gteat speech, and is now
getting his followers into line. Hut
it will be love's labor lost. The days
of Radical domination in Indiana havs
passed away. The Democrats arc
again in the majority, but arc an organ
ised body, not knowing what they be
lieve; and after they havo attained
power will " go to the devil in a hand
basket" beforo they' can harmonize in
Mb. Amaia Lord fends us a sheet
of paragraphs on the interciting sub
joct of peace, aud requests us to "pub
lish them from time to time.' What it
the use ? All talk about poacc at this
time will amount to nothing; it wifl
be pearls thrown before the belligerent
swine of the world. Kven .Mr. Lord
will, iu a Khort time, bo ready to in
dulge in the luxury of a war. The
plum is ripe and will soon fall, and the
row that will ensuo will bu onu of tho
liveliest the world has over aucn.
We cannot, therefore, commit our
sell to tho doctrine of peace.
When the millonium has coma we will
thon have no objection to carry the
white banner, beat our sword into a
pruning hook, Ho down with tho wolf
and eat straw like an ox ; but, until
that time, we shall continue to bo in
favor of the next war.
The Carbondalo Observer says that
Col. S. 8. Taylor's business engage
ments are too extensive and important
to be neglected, and ho is therefore un
willing to acoept tho nomination of tho
Opposition party in this district for
Congress. It is truo that Col. Taylor'B
engagements aro extensivo and too im
portant to be neglected, but it is not
true that ho would thereforo refuse the
proposed nomination. Co). Taylor is
not au office-Beoker ; he will not there,
fore make a sign that might bo con
strued into a desire on his part to iu
fluenco tho Opposition people of eithor
or the counties of the district to select
him as their candidato for congress'
out u tuo upposition pcoplo of tho
district should, iu their proposed con
vention, nominee him, ho will accept
the nomination and use whatever effort
he may honestly use to Bccure the do.
feat of Capt. Cloraeuts at the polls and
his own eleotion. Col. Taylor would
consider a nomination for congress, by
nis party irionds, a compliment.
The Mound City Journal and the
Jonesboro Gatette have an aversion for
us; neither likes u; but, in faot, both
bat ui as they bato cold poison. Why
iu.i ii we oannot imagine. Wfi admiro
both I'ottor and Boutou, and assure
aoh of them that'we don't intend to
toTa candidate for congress. If w
'rfr'" r-. " a .
dr&ke the conto-
oursolT before the
rrpWI rnjiS2i!5or('i "otwitirdauu
c tlifir JwSfftion. nud Ick to the
CJtilyfrftcll conte'M 'sirvi for
indifttion but w rrt fio'li i
date'nud barn rt 'n vt a
thertfors su:pi ?1 'b periston1
I Tjt f-hrh these jrenM'E:! p nsua u:
tlillik p ! iiili'iKl lows iMiHUimir,
l00,nnil ibnl tlni inu Ihuioloro n little
just t little ungry, or cIm are trailint;
their coat taih on the ground to induce
us to tramp on them end thus get into a
battle We are very tcu'oU inclinod to
be at peace with all the world, and will
if permitted to have our own way s hut
good Lord! almost anybody can bo
forced to fiffht oven wo can be
Tut Philadelphia Ledger talos a
very cheerful view of tho mctcantile
nrosncct ahead. In tlm casoi of
croakers it is refreshing to hour a ra
tional explanation of past and passing
commercial stagnation, uccoinpatiicd
with btavo words of encouragement for
tho future. The Ledger tells us that
at no time since tho outbreak of tho
war has the mercantile indebtness of
the country boon (. small as how, and
at no time havo prudence and economy
entereJ moro largely into business and
everyday life calculation. All tho
bubbles which havo been threatening
to explode for years have exploded.
The worst, it is hoped and believed,
has come to light, and by being made
apparent to every one has, during tho
past tix months, had its full effect in
causing tho wide-spread depression
which has provailcd. J'eoplo know
now, so far as overwrought en
terprises arc concerned, exactly where
they stand. When they havo the snmo
precise knowledge as to the instruments
of exchange, tho currency, which is
gradually being adjusted, the lnt cle
ment of uncertainty will bo removed.
Tho crops aro all looking favorably.
With good crops tho agricultural pro
ducers will havo tho means wherewith
to supply their wants, which, by rcasou
of the self-denial for months past, aro
larger than usual. Supplying tliefO
wants will enliven manufacturing inter
ests, and tho various intermediate Btagcs
of trado, from the producers to the con
sumers, will be improved, including
transportation interests. Our foreign
trado relations are, as for mouths past
they have been, exceptionally favor
ahlo. We havo had ten years of ex
pansion, which took tho form of rail
road Wilding, and nave had the col
lapse and its effects, which, so far as
legitimato trade is concerned, have
been incidental, althoitnb nrum, nJ
aro now in it position whero all intlu
enecs tend to recovery.
TJ1K CALL OFTHK DK.MO-:
CHATIC STATE COMMITTEE.
We rccret that two of our co-
temporaries in Southern llliuoii havo
seen proper to take exception to tho
"call "of the Democratic State Cen
tral Committee lor a state convention
of the electors of Illinois who aro op
posed to Jladicalism. There is no good
ruuson why any Democrats should ob
ject to tho " call," nil tho purposes set
forth in it boing essentially Demo
cratic, and it assuredly furnishes an op
portunity to all tho opponents ol liadi
calism to unite and harmonize upon
fundamental principles of government
tn which no admirer of our government
can nrgo nu objeotion.
Tho Mound City Journal and tho
Jonesboro Gazette object to the call
because, us they nsfcrt, it pledges tho
Democratic party to tho doctrine uf
hard money when the pcoplo nrc in fa
vor of an irredeemable paper currency
and not advocates of a currency with a
metalie basis. Wo believe our neigh
bors aro wrong iu taking this position
that facts will not utain thein in
Let us tec what I lie ....11'' .l..U.u
should bo the purposes of tho proposed
State convention. They are ns follows ;
1. Tim restoration of ;old and itllver
m a batli t r ttio currency of the ruuntry,
tho ipcudy resumption of tpecio payments
and tho piymenl of all natiorinl indubtcd
noti In the money recounixed br tbo liv-
To this " purposo " of tho proposed
covontion tho Journal and Gazette
object, as they havo a right to do j
but their objection results from the
fact, that they havo abandoned uno of
the fundamental doctrines of the Dem
ocratic party, and n doctriuo the ex.
perienco of tho world has demoiiMratod
to bo wise. As members of tho In
dependent Heform party our neighbors
havo u right to object to this
doctrine, but not as Momoerats. In
Democratic national platforms adopted
since tbo clow of tho war, speedy re
turn to a gold and silver basis for the
ourrencyis demanded, and every Doin
oeratioStato convention that has met
this year has made the same demand.
If, then, the Democratic party in all its
conventions baa declared that gold and
silver should bo tho basis of tho cur
rency, how has tho Democratic State
Central Committee of Illioia offended
by declaring tho restoration of Kold
aud silver as tho baiis of tho
eurreuoy of tho country a Democratic
"purpose," and in inviting persons, not
Democrat, to aid in giving vitality to
this purpose by putting into power
officers who will labor to make ita ro
r not forg'tftal o?tba fact ibat
in Indiana a Democratic state eonTOU
ti:o after banug dolartd that gold
sh-uld be b Kai? M 'h currency,
demands 1 ib fay men' f etrtalu
bond- m git''!ihacl.s . but t Itt. foci
dM nut deny tin' other Lift, that tho
same convention mworted that (he
greenbacks thus paid should b paid
in gold it Jews net deny that ih De
mocracy of Indinnn, although inclined
tu be dishonest, to catch vote, si
serin its belief that gold and silver
should be tho bai of tho curronoy of
7. I're commerce.
II. Individual libeitv ami oppestllnn to
I iiidgeu reutcurn ol tan govern
ment, both tUli and national, to lb 1c-
fiil'mMc domain of political rwer, by
deluding tWrfrom a' I executive and
UgislMlvc intornWillinK with the affair
of so-iety, v;hetby monopolies cr ful
lered, privilege J. and aggrandized and in
dividual freedom unnecerPy acd op.
0. The right and duty f the slate t j
protect Its citi7.nt from extortion nud un
just dlirriniinatlon by monopolte.
To which of thec " purjKTWs " can
any Democrat objeet 1 lre oflia
merce? Individual Liberty? llostric-
tion of Government to the Logitiinate
Domain of Political Power? the Pro
tection of the Citizen from Extortion
and I'njust Discrimination by Mono-
polios? Each is n Democratic "pur
pose as old as tho government, and
that Democrats object to the assertion
of them is only ono of the strong ovi
denco3 of what we have so often de
clared, the fact that men calling thciu
sclvos Democrats have of late years
been wandoriug after strange olitieal
Dut, it has been said, the committee
had no precedent for its action.
Many of them. In Miseouri the Dem
ocratic Statu Central oouitnitteo has is
sued a call for a convention, jetting
forth the purposos dosiriblo to be ob
tained by its notion, and commitloes of
tho party iu other States have, time
and again, taken similar action.
In our opinion tho call is a wko ono,
and the proposed opposition conven
tion should not fail to declare each of
its purposes in tho plattorm it will pro
AX OLD -KAS 1 1 1 ON HI) MOTH EH.
Somo time nco Mrs. Ducklobv, who
lives over in Ucrricn county, Mieh.,
directed tier eoii ramucl, a lad of four
teen yearn, to take a turn at tho churn.
Now, as Samuel had sot his heart on
going fishing nt that vory lime, ha
" got his back up," and ll.itly refused
to agitate the rrnni 'I'l.c. rurva'ure
was promptly taken out of hi.-" pine
by u clipper arid with "tears iu bin
eye.t," ho went on duty with the dasher.
In about half an hour and durinif the
abcnco of his mother, his eyes fell
upon a plate of flv poison, and n bri"ht,
smart thought struck him. .hut be
fore Mrs. Duckloby came in, he lifted
the fatal platter to his face, and as t-lio
entered he put the poison from his lips
with tho dramatic exclamation :
" There, mother, f guoij you won't
lick mo no more !" Now what did the
Spartan damo do? Did she shriok for
a doctor, and fall into hysterics?
Not much. She simply took
Samuel by the uapo of tho
neck, lifted him gently into tbn paI1.
try, beat tho white of Kix oggs together,
and told him to ingulf tho same in
Mantly : he refusing, she called the
hired girl, and in a twinkling Sam
found himself outhldo tho albumon.
Then Mrs. 1!. began preparing n mus
tard emetic. Seeing this, Sam'.s plufk
dissolvcd, and ho commenced begging,
crying, "I was only trying to bkcer
ye." Hut tho stern mother was not to
bo softened, and Samuel 4md to h wal
low the mustard. Ho was then for
ced to take a dose of painkiller, aud
had Lis back rubbed with ''Vigor of
Life," and his htomuch with the "Oil
of Gladness," Then ho vomited up
overything but his bools mid socks.
This being ever, ho look t-.cven of
Ayur's pilis, two spoonsful castor oil, n
teaspoouful of salt, and u blue pill.
And now, if you want to bohold
tho maddest boy in Michigan ; just say
'lly poison" to .'am iiuchuby
tl'uriii llif .luhn.lioro (iuzi'tt.
0 Kit 1'irrv Hdsiiki.s tu tiik
Acnr. ! Wiiu can lla.vr It? Mr.
Geo. 11. Cox of Preston sends us a
statement of an extraordinarily largo
crop of wheat grown .by him on his
farm at Prcslon in this county. On
'-'Of acres of land, ho had 01,.'1H lbs.,
or 102U .11-09 bushels, an nverago or
fiC -10-lii; buihols per acre. Mr. Cox
writes : "You may challenge tho state
to boat this if they can, 1 will kcoji
samples of the wheat for exhibition. It
is the Tappahaunufk variety." This
is no doubt tho champion crop of tho
state, and will demonstrate that Union
county is tho best wheat growing
country in tho world.
ST. LOWS UNIYKKSITY.
THE FORTY.l'IPTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studlci In tbo
ST. LOULS I'NIYKHSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SKPTKMIIEIt Till, 1871.
Tor l'rotpcctu, glvlnij terms, Instrtic
tloni to parents, Ae., Ac., apply to or
KEY. .103, (1. ZEALAND, S. .1.,
St. fouls University, Hi, Louis. Mo.
FJKST NATIONAL BANK
K. M MXt.mn.l'iusldijft,
1. M. rilllJJt. iw rrfcit It'll,
fdl.l.l.l'TliiNS lMtU.MVII.v MA hit.
i:vi HAXOr,ciiio,laiitU.st.'i .St'nlfrJ
Ut.' WUiltl' i bought slid
Interest allowed on tiui: deposit.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. V. HAI.1.1DAY. ritMeiil;
IIKSltY h. IIAI.I.IDAY, VUo l'reslde-t.
A. 1). sAKFOUD, .aliifr;
W'.M.TKi: IIYSL01', A"Matit i.'n'diUr.
f.T.n T.lYWIlt It.H. CUNMNllHAM
n. i'.. ii.u.i.iiiAV. r. r. iiam.h.ay.
U. IK Vll.MAJION, MKI'IIC.V IIIIIP.
A. It. Arnniii.
l!.i'liitiiKi' 111111 I'Ulli'd Slnti-s
llni.il-. Iloiighl and Sold.
DJirOi-lT-1 ri'ceh'l.aml a general luiiklutj
ENTEIUM1ISE SAVINGS HANK,
IMIAKTKHKD MAItCH ill, I Still.
OITY NATIONAL HANK, UAll'.O.
A. It. SAKK01II). l'riMdent :
S 3. TAVI.Olt, VIci-I're-ldiTt;
II. IIYSI.Ol', feecretiiry and Trcasun-r.
1. II. llAnrr.AY, (iiis.f!Ai.!fiiii:ii,
K. M. STof-Kvi.KTr., i'An. (. .-cnrii.
It. II. CU.S'.MNdllAII. II. I.. Ham.iday,
.1. M. I'll i i.i.i iv.
INTllltlXr paid on dcpo.lti al the i.-ilu
ol tlx jitir cent. pT itnniun. Jlareli l-t and
aeptumbur lt. lntp -i not ultlnlraivn I.
added InimoJiatf ly to tin- prluclp.-il of the
Mepo.lH, tin-liny nlvii. ; ttiim coinpnlinH
MAIER1KU WOMEN AND CltlLOUKN JIAY
IlHfO.IT MONRV ANO .NO ONK HUE
I'AN llKAM" IT.
(p-n every biiiiu's. dnv trom !i a. in. to 3
p. in., and sntvd.iy cv.'iilng lor :nln4 di
polts onlv, Iron) U tos (clock.
W. UViLOr. Trcawirer.
Z. M. MIJGHES,
Qcncral Insurance Agont
u kh i:.
Ohio Levee, over Matlum.V. UhlV.
SiiiibiMl, Morris ic Cundee,
I NHUllANCi: AUK.NT.S,
".' Ohio Lovoe, City National Hank
lluilding, Caiiio, lu.K
T ip o!dct i'tabll-lii'd At-Mitj In Koutlicrn
llllnol., n-iirc-L-iitiiiK ovi-r
HYLAND & SAUFU
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Or every ilerrlptlnn,
Cor. lOlb .Street mid Cnnnucrslal Avenue,;
Ni-xt duor to the llyland s'aloon.
33 XJ "37 O iESCiBIHL,
An. I Dealer III
bit lis J I MEATS,
ElUIITII STIIKKT. IIET. WASIIINflTOK AWD
Oo.MMKuciAi.,AvK.i,dJolnlli(; Hanny s.
Keeps tho hc,t oi iiecf, I'm k, Mutton veal,
Lamb, .f-miMiKe, nc, und U prepared to
huivu f am II lur. In ii,., cptablu iimiiiicr.
NEW VOUIC STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
tAtttlS.T VABISIY irOOK I TUB CITT
OOODS HOLD VERY OLOflB.
3iiiirrut llliu t.'.-iiin Ntrrvt nud Com
0. O. I'ATIKII
EL LAM PERT
TO. T. K
Sit jU" li streLt. botxeen AVahhlugton and
l jiimierclal Avenue,
L . . J , . I1'
A man Intending to do business must
first prepare himseir to meet the re
quirements of liU customers; next he
must let every possible or probable
customer know that he Ic no prepared.
Iu a verr small place he may TKLL all
the people what he cautbo. Id a large
village a printed handbill, potter or
circular, properly distributed, will bo
cDicaelons. bat WHOEVER IS IX A
PLACE I.AKUE ENOUGH TO SUP
I'OltT A NKWSPAPER WILL FISD
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICH TO ADDRESS THE
KitHsn Mi'itiNo (loons.
M J 8 . M . JACK S O X.
iiinounce;tht aba bu jutt opened a lurt"
assortment ot tha
AND 11 AN OHO. M
Hillliiery Uoodn to lie ' mi 'iu mat
Sho will keep on bauu
UATS, IJONNKTlJ, LOWKU HlllllOIH,
Diuchh TRiuviiMoa or All Kind,
LAIIIKS FURNISIIIKO UOODH, NOTION
Collaiis. Umukuhlkicvkp, Hurra,
Ann all Koodi found In millinery iore,
ot which will be disponed oi ei tbe lowi
caul! prices. Mrs. Jackkon reapecitul.
itkHi continuation of the pataonage wi.iu
has been eo llbrtallj bestaowad upon her i
tho liulius of Calm andtb viclnitv.
Tht moil Ittnovnkt Bpteialut K'f Ms Aat. I V.
treatment tSPJilVATX, CUROSIO anj VUl
.V.I W AISKASES, 8EWXAL WS.IK.VESX.
Its IMU TMrlr tbSUcrttkftS r ik.r sun, (Mlwloi
KtBvcf3iii33,rinrLn ox vui net,, aymiioxto
kociirr, mriimo biout, loss or mimoit
Hixuooo rtat. atXTLT ccaio. tui csiim or
MIDIC1L UTIBlTl'(.IUutnu4ttk skull iHksi
ssfUlilM Brssn7,k7M, tX 1.,iIUiiU
Usurrl. TLrir aatsn. ant ulivi. ritMMsMU,
MUIiayUUMl4MrloH. I.dl r,W,rlUI,
Ktlul KnSiw r Mrl sh sU aisnss IU 4MUr.
ItrtlMs itUs4 ttk flrtkt inwiiiii twl, ausa4
U(s, VumOmAMmI, astMasiiftakkli
11 If 1
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent -Medicines, lVrfuiu'M'y, Soup?, Jj rushes,
Toilett Articles, )rurgif-t's l-'anv (im.ils, Colli or "White
Load and Other Grades, Paints, Culura, Oils, Varnishes,
Window GliisH, Wax Plower Material, Ti be Colors, Dvo
Stufls, Kte., Ktc, Etc.
Wu .Solicit i-orrcppond.'iire and order from Drifgsrlft, l'hlelan and (leneral .Stores
tn want or (iooiUlnoiir Line, htrmnboat, l'lotatlo attd Kauilly ilidlclr.o catrs lurn-l-titd
or Helllled lrlth Itell.-iMv liru at ltcnsonablo ltaU--
WHOLKSALE & RETAIL, HKTAIL k PREJCIUPTION.
71 Ohio liCTft'. Wai-lilngton Ae, ror, Illiriilli St,
IT1 f .
s tSV Ali .
. ft. W
T. J. KERTH, ;
ii, i t ior tu
BEER. WART. ORTH & CO,
Mantilartnre: and Jnhbtr of
TIN, 8HKKT lltON and COl'PRit
rump-, lllrd ('. In- 0am Vrei-.-r.
Water Cooler. Win- Cloth Tor AV..I
doiv "i-rerii,.lipaiiHl Ware.
Guttering and Joi WorJ;
MAli: A SPECIALITY.
(jeni lor the
Garry Iron Roofing Co., ;
'I'lie bto Iron Itoollnu' in Ibe M.ukil,
Order' from Aluoad will it. en. I'iniiii I
All work done with Mrpatfli und arran-
ted to give ciatUf.tcllon.
AT WILCOX'S III.OCK I'Olt tl.fio
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Otliieii Over Klr,t 2atlotml lUnb. !!-I.V3ni
lohn II. .Mulkey. William C. Jluikey.
MULKEY & SON,
iTORNEYS AT LAW j
( A 1 .1-Ot.XXjLS.
uftee Calm Btn-et, between Conimer
vialnitd V,'jniui.-tnuuveiiuo. f,-ll-lf,
i. ' ,s AT LAW;
Will ii .
tSBTh'pci' u ii tpntion kIcii to Ailniiraln
Oillco Ohio Levee, Jtooin-. ;
lly National Hank
t LiVlV-l W,U'
s ssn s n.mjua
I t ' ' . .
I f In
.nj-aik k Illinium,
I III MVOf-Al.KXA.Minll,
in i!iUin ult Court of Alexander c.iiiity,
pt. inN-r turn, A. D. 171.
Iine ManufarttiriiiK Company, Klljali
V. J)..r-m. David II. Jloryaii, Cba 1'
I'aM.iti-, Wllftvd Lauie. .lames II, Dran, S,
MisaU 'I alor and Lduln Cartons, 1'nittren
mi L. l'.rki-r.jRinr" Kill. Il.i'tlo C. Karncf,
Manninir Maylleld and Wllilam It. llrown,
iti'lii f -M. Jlaeld itnd ( i.) and WHIIbiii
I me i airo i ii y t-ropt-riy i.ciinpati)', rraua
l'i tit Lin for Mcrbauic'9 Lien.
Altlilavltof Die iiun-ri'iddciieoof Klljab V
.Mortran. .lame II. Dean, Kdnln l'araous,
KrHiikllu L. l'arktr, Janiei. Kill', .Maunini;
i Mnjlti-M and William Morcr, above tiauitd
delelidanU. liavlnj; ln-eu filed in otllcnof thn
I elerk of ald eouri, niillro l llitrilor bcreb)
Ifhen t-i iii Hid mil L'lijali Vi JlorKn,
I ifame II. Lean, Kdnln I'ot.on", Krnuklui L.
I l'arker, .laiiun Kill", .Manning Xaylleld and
William i'titrer. that Ibe eoiiiplainaiit fllad
liU p llllun lor n iiiet-liaiilr't cn In
I ald c-miit un the third day of June, A. 1
, ! IDTl, and that thereupon autnmont I'tUid
I mil ol n. i iitirl r' turnable on the iirl Mon
du) In tho uioiilh ol 8t-iteinlitr ne v t i.
Ndu, null--. )ini hall pernnally be an i
aiipenr helnre ld roiirl mi the tlrt day o
tlm next (Mtplemlier) terns thtrc-4 t-t lie
I boldeii iu lli i-iij ol (Jalro In aid ouiiii' on
thn llr-it Mulida In 'eptemticr Melt, 3tld
1 t.i-ail. ali'tver. ur delniir I i Hie iii.tliii.t, n
complainant, the 'aim- and the muttern nnd
thin' thin-lii (liari-d nnd stated will be
taken a (iinfeiwpd nud a deerco entered
acuiii'l you ne ordltif to Hie prajer or nt
prtilUiDi r. It. . foci (
I I iaimit. ' . v, leri.
I'. III KI.KH. , AtU,
I a.t.i. I un. ', ,1, i mil, IVJi
All euinnti in cruptiom un tbu face or
AN. l.MITIli: ('ONl)LTION OF
' III I III.OOD,
aii-l tbi may, or may not be h'i'lioiLi but
"' 1 ll," r l'a,e i"0 un-M"! m notiilne moru
luaunn t.-uiiiLH i'iii'u uiai
nrit.NS liki: a tkhuiiim: fihi:,
.i ii , iiiit' tlinnixb tlie velnn.MiwIni; heeib
i.l dealt! uih eer pill.ilinii
In i onditli'ii id I It i HOinetliiiit, n
I,, i ili-d ut Ohi o to eli-an-i; tlie I, ,.(n nn,
SCOVILIS RL00D AND
will pn-iiivf ly ellect th1' dedder.iliiin, ox
p. 1 nr.- every Unco of ilt-r tu- (rolii the ulu,.
.in.l ..'ttuiii, and teavlUK tlio kitt
SOIT, FA lit AND UHAl'TIIM L.
Iliir.di-id- or eeitllleates altct iti iilue
I'lk-e 1 per bottle.
JOHN V. IIKNHV.CriUtAN.VCO
and ! (!olle(;o Place, New ork.
ALSO PllOI'lUCTOltS OF
i lliNamforthe Luns CarbolleSa!
ild' Oirlmlli; '1'roelies, IKyL'cn
uted Itxttux fur Ihtpepda,
Dr. Itoirer's Vivetahlit Worm
Miup, Dr. ll,niR.,K Sinn Death In
Hat. .Mii-e, and Vermin, Uumd.i Hull-Dye
i:ti'.. i:te., i:ie.
Vnn SALK V ALL nnUOGISTS.
B. F. PARKER,
(SuencsFor to Parker & Hlako,)
PAINTS & OILS
"WINDOW (I LASS,
And the celebrated lllumliiatltiK
llrosa1 UnlMIng, lltb Kt.& Oomerclal Av.
Pi ST ill OIL