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Democratic State Ticket.
For Stato Treasurer
For Supatlntendcnt ol VuWlc lmlructlon
8. M. KETKH.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
For ItoprMcntatlren Fiftloth District,
yovsTXiu ji. jLLintianT,
First TUo rtorallon ol gold and silver
ai tho basis, ol tho currency, the resumption
ol pocle p&rmonU a soon ai ytovlblo wl-h-out
disaster to the business of the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by the
payment of thooatlo al lndcbtc(lncu.iu the
money ot the civilized world.
Skcond Freo commerce; notarlffforany
other Durooso but revenue.
Tumn Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth The right and duty of the
State to protect It citizen from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Finn Rigid ttslrlctlon ot tho covcrn
tnent, both Stato and National, to tho If glt
lmite domain of political power by oxclud
lng therefrom all execut.ve and lcglslallvo
Intermeddling with the affair of cocleiy
whereby monopolies are fostered, prlvll
edged dues aggrandized, and lndlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and opprc-slvely
The following Central Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that met nt
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, G. W. McKeaig ;
Jackson, Den L. Wiley;
Jobnion, A. J. Alden ;
Massac, Oenry Armstrong ;
Perrv, S. J.rrUs;
Pope, II. D. Baker ;
I'ulaiH, Qeorg W. Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. McMa&tcrs;
Union, R. B Btlnion ;
Williamson, Mtlo Krwla.
Tho following Central Committee
mi nsnofntoil bv flin Ifnnnhll'nan con
vention of tho Fiftieth senatorial dis-
trict, hold at Mound City, August 13
Alexander county, K. K. Walbritlge;
Jackson, Ezra 11. l'ollolt ;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At tho Democratic congressional
ronvention, hold at Anna, September
o, 1874, tho following Central Com-
mittco for tho Eighteenth district was
Randolph, Uoverly Willshlro;
Perry, E. B. Rusher;
Williamson, O. W. Uoddard ;
Jackson, Q. W. Andrews ;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Piorca;
Massac. J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. B. Fl Id ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdion;
Alexander, John II. Uhorly ;
At Large, Judge F. Brois, Cairo.
Tho following executive committee
far Union county was appointed by
the Democratic county convention that
met in Joncsboro, August 21, 1S7-1 :
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
O. U. Kroh ;
O. P. Ulll.
The lollowing Stato committee was
appointed by tho Dcmocratic-Opposi
tion convention, nt Springfield, August
1st District, Kgbert Jameson, Chicago
2d Dittrlot, Win. J. Onnhan, Chicago
3d District, Y 11 O. Wfnton, Chicago
4lh UUttlct, A. 11. UtrrlnctoOeneva
6th Dlnrlct, Wm WrlRhl. FrocpoiU
ClU District, J. B. Drakn, Uock Island.
7th District. Ceo. W. Havens, Olwa
8th District, Washington K. CooV,
Oih District Ohas. P. King, Poorla.
10th District, David K Uoad, Carthago.
18th District, John A. Mallory.Uavaoa,
Htb District, J II. Busby, Champaign
16th District, N. U. Robinson, KlUng
16th DlHrlct, O. D Jloilri, GreenvIl
17th District, W. II. Krome, dwirds-
18th District. W. II. Oreon, Cairo.
19th District, James P Robinson.Olner.
At Large, It. W. Townsend, fahawnee
At Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville,
Mr. Brown was elected chairman of
Tho lollowing Central Cotninitlco
KM appointed by the Democratic con
vention of Alexander couuty, at Cairo,
Clear Creek, Thomas J. McCltiro.
Goose Island, O, OrMnley,
Dog Toutb, N. Uunsacker.
llarlawood, James IS. McOrite.
ThbM, J. O. Rolwlog.
HanU Ft, J. W. Renfrow.
Unity, W.J. Mllford.
North Cairo, .1 U Mettalf.M II Harroll.
T W Halllday and Jam's Carroll.
ttonth Cairo, John II. QoMtnan, John
Howl, John Ilogan and Dr. D. Artor.
The following Central Committco
waa appointedby the Democratic -Lib.
cral convention thnt met nt Anna,
September 1871, aud nominated
candidates for tho legislature in tho,
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alexander, B K Blake, .1 O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Diohon, .lolepb Oully.
Tnlon, Oliver 11111, T M Ferine.
Al Largo, T V Bouton, of Union. '
A NUTAHhh LKffKR.
Hon.fc'atnucl T. CJlovcr. ol'St. Louis,
a Democrat ofloug standing, and cotu-
nrehenstve intellect, has writton a letter
on tho political situation in Missouri,
in which ho takes occasion to briefly
difcuss the financial question. No
quoto below liberally Irom Mr. Glover's
linanoiardiuest 'and bespeak for his
views tho careful consideration ol l)cm
nmu who have l)con wholly or Tiart
iaIJy poffcssod with the irredeemable
abinplaster manir. On the subject of
money aim nuances iir. "nwi
i havo just uow made referenoo to
the nature of our circulating medium,
irrodcouiablo paper currcucy has had
ono uniform history.
It has alwuva been moro liable than
any other money to shocks aud panics.
TWO WOrUS. WUICU uayu luiu us
story from tho beginning, will tell it to
tho end. These word mo "inflation"
The amuiucnt atraiust ita use is ol
tho Titntilcat character. In tho first
place, it has no iutrinsic value in itself.
In fhn iifir. ihoro it uothinu coriainlj
YHlumUln lnltillll-lt--J .OXIUUfc ui lis,
(luaniiy is os unlimited as tiiat of tho
materials of which it is made. It is
us liable to fluctuation as the conceits
and passions ol men.
This is the reason why no ono will
tiVu it from choice, and its circulation
is always compulsory. Our legal ten-
dc uou'couvcrtiblo notes would have
no circulation as money, uuu never
would have had, except that tho law
torcos tho pcui.lc to take them, lie-
move this compulsion and the urgu
ment will vii.d.cutc itself inst.iutau
coutlr. bv tho fuet that they will not
Tho truth is, this species of money
is never issued till government Dus
nothing loft with which to pay its debts,
and buying nothing else it institutes a
niacin no inside the Treasury to print
its mere promises to pay; and knowing
these promihcs will not be so rcceivcd,it
lalsely declares them equal to coin aud
compel people to accept them acainat
their will. Here in the basis upon
which the circulation of irredeemable
paper depends. Tho government nay?
to the people, you shall tuko paper or
nothing. It has no intrinsic value and
may ucver bring you anything that bait
intrinsic vuluo ; but you snail take it
or go unpaid. This is not an honest
basis, its elements are force and no
tion, and nu one ever submits to tlio.-c
if he can help himpclf. Tho cheat is
transparent, li the paper wus equal to
gold in luct, there would uo no law to
force it upon the people, this sort ol
monoy has most generally been the
creation of revolntiouavy governments,
and has sprung, not irom considera
tions of justice and equity, but Irom
the necessities of distress, aud the law
of tho strongest.
I have looked at your platform, gon
tiouion, with sorno care, and also on tho
iJemocratl PJal,orm on ,h,s subject.
I shall speak of tho last first. Tho
xutuui;raii umiu uuuvcuiiou n. lUUClU
their financial views in tho following
"Kcsokcd, That the evils necessarily
attendant upon irredeemable paper cur
rency should bo removed by n re'moval
ot the cause ; and that as a first, anu
wo beliovo necessary step to such a re
sult, the legal tender notes of tho
United States in addition to being re
ceivable in payment of all debts and
demands of every kind duo to tho
United States aud individuals, should
also bo made receivable for duties on
To my mind, gentlemen, nothing
could bo further from tho mark thau
this swolling financial exposition of our
1 cmocratic State Convention. Hero
wo have i admitted that thcro aro evils
necessarily attendant upon an irredeem
able paper currcucy. And in tho very
same breath wo are told that thcro aro
no such necessary evils; that the evils
of irredeemable currcucy mavnllbe re-
inovod in tho easiest way, and tho only
.1.1 ..l-.l . .1.. .. .
iu,u uvcucu iu uu ii la iu mauc it re
ceivable for duties oa imports, aud that
forever thereafter tho irredeemable pa
per will bo as good as gold. Now, is
it not a little strauge that this wonder
ful spcoific against all tho collupsoa
aud bankruptcies springing out of ir
redeemable systems was ucver known
till now? Irredeemable paper inouuv
disasters were common to our wholo
1 he Continental Congress in 1775
issued SIl.OOO.OOO of this sort of panor.
iu n iu tucy isued 8H,UUu,000
more. After this additional issues
were maae, uutn eouu in paper was
worth Rl in nntn Kvry ouo bocamu
rich who had anything to fell, nud
dreadful poor as soon as he had any
thing to buy.
Tho paper was never redeemed, and
the most prudent dealers who received
it upon compulsion were ruiued by its
full. In 1789 the Government ol
Franco repeated the Atnericau experi
ment. Juiyotuo kronen assigimts
(.irredeemable bills; had reached !;,
000,000 francs, llread roo to twenty
two francs, 81 n pound, aud overvthinir
clfo in proportitu. Issuo followed
issue in rapid succession an insepar
able incident of tho system.
At last, by a suJiIen rebound, tho
wholo mass was repudiated upon the
nanus oi us uoiuors.
But the Democratic Convention
tells us that all thcto failures were
caused, not by the fact that irredeem
able paper is inherently vicious, but
because it was not made rece vablo for
a particular kind of dobt, culled duty
on importsl Happy thon is tho
country in which there is no gold or
silver, but an import duty to bo nald.
for there an irredeemable paper may be
iuuuu equal iu vaiuo to gold.
The touch of a custom house officer
is tho touch of Midas. Tho non-oon-
vertible bill which he handlos is
chanr-cd into gold. Not only this, but
all other like bills not received into his
handt, but circulating among tho
pooplo, no matter how largo the amount,
aro also raado as good as gold. Verily
this is tho caso mentioned in holy writ,
where, "a littl.i leaven loavoncth tho
wnoio lump. .During t no almost in
terminable currency debate of tho last
scfsion of Congress this whimsical con
ceit was constantly repeated by the in
flationists specially by Senator Morton.
jNo argument was advanced in its fa
vor, and no experience was quoted, nor
could any authority bo found lor it.
The suggestion reveals tho samo old in
firmity, that is no one will take it un
til you forco him.
If tho government of the Tnitcd
S l.i to could makj its legal tender notca
answer tno purpo?o or com, ny receiv
ing them for duties, who believes that
it would not hedouo without delay?
ti , .1 rt i ,
.nut me laci is tho govormncnt has
need of cold to pay its interest. It
knows its local tender turner is uot
equal to gold, and therefore it will not
ici'.ltu ll iyr UUI1C9, UOUlWllU UUUlUg
u iorces iuc peopio to recoivo it. no
licving, as tho Democratic convention
doos, that nothing uioio is requisite to
make legal tender notes eaual to trold
than a few words in tho act ofconcrcss.
1 am not surprised at thoir purpose to
auti toau.uuu.UUii moro to thoir circu
lation. With their views oi ilnauco, 1
do not coo why tlto now issuo should
not bo $1,000 000, 'DO or 5,000,000
000, as it IfOIlJd be nil aoUl as noon ma
tumlo receivable for imports.
With'thoir viows n rotUru to specie
payments would bw ,i futile and useless
11ns is probably the reason thoy
have made no allusion to tho subject.
With my views, the inflation of this al
ready vicious and dangerous currcucy
is tho open road to tho ruin of all in
dustrial commercial aud financial in
terests, and thcro is no sufety in any
policy which is uot intended to lead us
back in due time to tho specio basis.
Opposed to this unreasonable and des
perate programme of tho Missouri
Democratic Convention, stands the
clear and statemanliko platform of the
Democrats of New York, who have just
nominated Mr. Tildeu as their candi
dato for Governor. It is in these
words: "Gold and silver the only le
gal tender; uo currency inconvertible
with coiu ; steady stops toward hpecio
payments ; no steps backward " flay
ing expressed to you, gentleman, with
out reserve, my fixed opinion the dan-
gcrous character of any form of paper
currency not convertible into coin at
tho pleasure of tho holder. I have to
nnnounco my disappointment in not
uiiuiug m your piatiorm any positive
or satisfactory expressions on this vittil
question. You have said 1 any further
cuuimcuun oi uio national currency
would be detrimental to tho nroducinz
classes," aud you "oppose any step in
that direction," but you said nothing
on tho question of inflation. Nothing
in respect to tho evils of an irredeem
able paper currency. You do ssy you
favor as early a return to specie pay-
uicui as can oo nuecicu witnout disas
ter, but you do not indicato how this
can ever bo effected, while you oppose
"any step toward a contraction of the
Upon a question fraught with weal
or woe to (ho masses, a pcoplo's plat
form should tend forth no uncertain
sound; and I have again to express my
regret that while tho Democratic con
vention has uttomptcd to commit the
party to the fatal error that tho differ
enco botween irredeemable paper nnd
specio is a very trivial ono, and to an
indefinite enlargement of tho irredeem
able paper system, aud is entiroly silent
upon the subject of resumption at any
time, your own platform is painfully
equivocal and uncertain upoti this
Strango Sequel to a Shooting'
Mr. (leorgo I'. I.onir, tho Youiijr Man
vi no was hum by t'ongrchsman
Sloss, Bfcurrrn and Jlnrrlcs
Iu Juno last thu press of the country
contained accounts ot the abootiug of ot.o
George K Long by Congressman 1 II.
Slou, of Tuscumbis, Alatama. Tho clr
cumslKi.ves wore as follows: Mr. SIoss,
wti.n horaturned homefrom WasLlogton,
learned that injurious and slanderous
reports had been sotin circulation concern
ing his daughtor
MISS MA II 1 1:,
h youne lady of 18 years, by Jong. The
rt'iiorls wore of tho most slanderous char
acter, and when Mr rJloss succtoded In
tracing up Ihulr aulhsr, his rage nalu
rally knaw no bounds, Long la consld-
crwd a desprratu mtn, and as ho associated
with svral of like ilk, who had op-nlv
Uireiitwied vongcaticu shuuld Mr. Hlou
rclc pi-rional nJien, that gentleman con
eluded to employ stralrgy Procuring a
u able barn led shot g un, which 1 o loaded
wlili a hand-full of buckshot, he stationed
hiinielf near n socond story window of a
building which Long frequently pissed,
lie had been there but a short time until
bo espied th traducer of his daughter's
go d name coming up the street with stiv
ers! boon companion. Waiting until
his man got voll In rango, Mr. SIais
turned both barrels loose, and
LODQKD TIlinTKEN OK TUEHHOT
In tho anatomy of long, who foil senso
lets lo tho pavoinunt. Long was carried
homo on a shuttor by his frlands, wbllo
Mr. SIoss surrondxred himself to tho
proper uulhorllles and was reltaioil on
Tho ntlrn community Justified tho ac
tion of Mr. Blots, while ttiiilr sympathies
woro boartily oxtendod to Mha Mmnio as
a victim of a sUndorous persecution.
Long soon recovered from bis many
rounds, and a fow dayt hinco was onca
moro on tho streets,- About that tlmo, .Mr
3lo.s who Is an independent candldatu
for re-election to congress started out lo
cunTaf" tits distt let, and has since bern
absent from home.
TUR LOVKUS' STIUYAOKM,
Mrs. Skis and Miss Mamie woro left at
homo tilono. 1'rom some reason the
Mother kept watch on the daughter, whom
sho confined to hor bod room In the aeoond
story of their residence. Last Wednes
day Miss Mamln asked permission logo
down stairs for n drink of fresh water.
Mrs.Qloss, suspecting nothing, granted
the request, and :ho young lady wem
d wn stalrr. Not returning In a short
lime, Mrs. Slots' suiplclons bfcamo
aroused and sho went in quest of her
daughter. A search of tho premises only
roveuleu mat the goung laay nan got up n
mysterious dlsapptarance. with a rare
divination as to tho csuio and protmito
whereabouts of hor erring daughter, Jtrs.
HIoil picked up
x nninr. opsu-suooTrns
and started for the office of a very popular
Squlro. only a few f nuarasdltlani. W lion
sho arrived sho found Long and hor
daughtor tho center of a rlrclo of an ad
miring group of friends, who were extend
ing their congratulations in tho heartiest
of manners. Tho nood old lady lovelcd
her artillery and
rmuKDxn itca dai'UUTkr oa aonn.
Sho was determined to havo ono or
both, until tho 'Snulro Icterposod, and la
the blandest of tonts, Introduced her i
daughter as Mrs. Long. Srelog that she i
was too late. Mrs Moss tiroceedcJ lo relievo
ner minu, anu men wun ncr implements
of warfaru tucked under hor arm, sallUd
rorta rur home, whlln Iho groom andbrhlo
procooded In another direction.
' on itr, mo you Evan?"
Tho sequel to tho almuil tradgedy, as rt-1
Intod above, crvatod thu liveliest astonish-'
mont and gossip that Tiitcumbla had ovor
oxperioncud. At present, in view of all I
tue oircumsiancos, it is ibougm tnai l.unc
defamod tho young laJy with n vlow of
rendering her odious In tbo community, s
that her parents would consent to hor
marriage with him as a couipronnio. Tho
slander had an opposito effoot, as Is shown,
and It ws within tlj Ut four wneks that
sua mo uolnrcnlnrij upon an elopomoiit.
I'ho ahsoncn of Sir. 81.... rmlaro i com
narallviily o'-sv. altbouh 3Irs. HIom came
very nmr nuttlci; an oztinuuliher on tho
X YEUY TOUOIt YOUMO MAN.
Mr Lorn; Is a man ot very good family,
but was objectionable upon account of bis
is'oclailons. It Is only n lew months ao
that, in a flsht, ho had bis face from eye
brow to chin laid open rritb a raz ir, and
at Iho smile tlnio gut n slash across tho
throat that came vory noar resulting In a
funoral. A fow years ago, while pafslng
from ono car to anothor, be mined his
footing and fell between the cars, caught
on a brake, in which position ho was
drr.ggod fully tbrcn.qunrt'TS of a mtlo ore
ho was rescued. All this, combined with
the 13 buckshot, which his now father-in-law
Bva blu) would co to show loo that
.Mr. Long Is a very lough man one who
would prove Invaluable in loading forlorn
hopps In battle.
'.. I). Mnthuss i;. v. u -
MATHUSS & UHL,
Konvardlug A Genera,
FLOT1K, GRAIN. HAY AND
WKS'lKHN PRO DUCK.
Ohio Levee, - Caiuo. Ills
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents
74 Omp Levee, (Second Floor,)
Iluy and Pell HEAL ESTATE, l'ay T.VXEa
MEAL EST A
rurmenca AiisirHcis oi line.
tar Laud Comral-hloncr.
R. JMYTH Si, CO.
LIQUOR LEAL 3 H
No. GO Ohio Levee,
DR . W. 13LAUW
luaurs Ulrck (upstairs) crri.ir Elf b'tru
and Washlugton Avonuo.
13 I g g
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hat-, Mice, ltoncho". Ants. Ilcd-Uug-,
J. V. HENUY, CURHAN ft (10.,
r? olo Agent.
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kinds nt pains. For sale by
, IUKCLAY IHtO'S.
FINN AND METZ
J M. PHILLIPS
I'rcprcparcd to forward all kinds ol
Freight to all points.
BSrilnslncM attended to promptly.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
tnri will sell In carload lois at iimntihc
ture ra prlc e, adding freight.
COFFKY, IIAHK1SON k CO..
(SUccesioi to U. Hurtl A Hon.)
ri.l'M.HtAI AMI IIAY.
WfilOhlo LavnM.1 HA HM). ILLH
Wood Rittonhouso & Bother
GkXEUAI, COJIJIISSION MtllCHANT,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
h. a. Thorns i u. Thon a
THOMS & BROTHER,
Succesotrs to If. M.lfutcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BHOKEIl
HSdil nrt Timer Urornrlea,
foreign and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO, . . ILLfNOIH
NEW JfOUK UTOitK,
WI10LESALK AND RETAIL.
IAUOHST VABIBTV STOCK IS TUB C
lururr of Sllne(rnlti nSrealond SJorn
t". O. l'ATIKh
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.Kc,
Agents for Tairbank Fcalc..
OHIO LEVEP CAIRO ILLS
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Rectifier nud Wholesale Dealer I
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO 1. OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, .... ILL!
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(.Successor to John II. l'hllli",)
MEAL, BRAN, Ac.
A gouts for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
COIt. TENTH ST. ft OHIO J.L'VIIK,
l .ATMS, C. J. AYKK
AYKR3 & CO.,
FLO "U" JEZj
KNEH AL COMMISSION MER0HAN1
No 7" l,vB.OnrnDAiiin. Ii.rj
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
67 OHIO ZJCrXE. CfltllQ.
Totho Editor ol The fluu.E'iN:
haTUKMKiFniins-You svltl tileaf,o In
form your reader that I have a positive
CLUE FOR CONSUMPTION
and all disorders ol tho Throat and Liiiijre,
and that, by Ita use In my practice, 1 have
cured hundreds of cae, and will give
or a case it will not henellt. Indeed, t.o
Irons Ih my faith, 1 wli send a Hamm.i:,
runic, to any nulTcrcr nddrcfcslnj: m.
I'Ica'o show this etter to any no vou may
tuowwho Is .uttering from these illscac".
ind obllk'o, ralthlnlly Vours.
DR. T. F. BURT,
VI. II Inn li
tljh'.b Htreet, bet,. tun Washington and
Chemicals, Patent INrcdiuincs, Porfuincry, Soaps, Uruslics,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Kancy Goods, Collier "White
L,eau ana Utlicr urades, Paints, Colors, Oils, varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbc Colors, Dyo
Stufl's, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit corrcepondonce and orders from Ilnti-gliti", I'hyslntana and (lencial Storos
In want ol (lood. In our l.luo. .Steamboat, riantatlini and family .Medicine cases lure
lhcd or Hvllllcd with IMI-iblo l)rui;t at Hcannblo ltatra'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ohio Levee.
JOH1T P. GAMBLE
Tho Host nnd Cheapest Wagon Man
OXZXO - 33 7" 33 33
NKAit .'Mrn hTiti:i:r. '
CO A I.
Tile cairo city
Are prepared to eupply customers'
, with the best
I.RAVK OIIDKKH AT
Cirilalllduy Ilro.'n ofllcc, No. 70
CSTAtKjiyptlnn Jlilli; or
JSTAt tho coal dump, foot ot
itedil Inducemenls to lim Ccnsnmsrs
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0RNEY& COUNSELOR AT UW
Offllco Over First National Ilank. n-15-Sm
John 11. Jlulkoy. William C. Mtitkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
niMon: Klufttli street betwjcii C'ninnior
clal and W ashliii'ton avenues fi-M-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 11. flieen, )
IVIIIImuli. uilhcrl, i
lSTftpeclal ott-ntlou given to Admiralty
md Sicam out biisslncss.
Ofllce: Ohio Levee, llonns .7 and 8 ovo
OUT -Sntloual Ilank
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
Wiislilnutoii Ave. cor. Lleiitli St.
I O .
s n I)U MONEY
Sn that j nu ill itel 1 1 nil b.T-k In
Keal andSolid Comfort !
I!y Investing it onn ot our now pitent
Evening Star Stoves
Famous for glilnn' cut a Wonderful
.Simple iu Construction,
Circlullj Made of Very llctMlerIal,
Always hi I'Jr -Jtato Draft, and fs
Gmmtd io Sitisficixon Implm !
And Under all Circumstances.
boi.r n v
Excelsior Man'fg Co
til 2 k (111 X, MAIN STREET.,
sr. LOUIH, Mil.
C.W. ni:.NI)LRSO.V, Cairo, Ills.
FITS CUJIED FREE.
TAnv pcrou ninlerttiL; irom tho above dli
raie Is rcciiurtrd to nddresi l)n. I'ltici:, and
't trial bottlo nt medlciue will be forwanled
by fxiirexi, FUK-'I
Dr. Triec la icjiulsr physician, and has
tnndo the tieatment of
FITS OR EI'IMir.SY
a study for years, ami he will wanant a
cure, by the Ufc or hie remedy.
Do not tall to send to him for trial bottle ;
I costs nothing, aud ho
wn. f. cum: you,
no mattor of Iinw long standlns your caio
my be, or how many otho; remedies may
Circulars and testimonials sent with
Fit EE TKIAL IIOTXLE.
DR. CHAS. T. I'RICK,
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And Land AirenNol tho IIIIiioIh Central and
. ilmllUKtou and Missouri It. 11, Cos.
North Cor, Sixth and Ohio Lcveo,
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