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JOHN n. OBEHI.T, Editor.
T1IK K1JKI.VX OV T.UYVT.
The fplrit of lawlc4nc now rampant
In Souttirrn Illinois niut Iw stamped out.
The courts and local onlccr: of the law
hate been overawed by lav.li-;; men who
hvc brought dlgrac upon thl part ot
the State, and are apparently afraid to do
their duty. The Governor ha been a
pealed to, but In not responded either
1ccauc he lack authority or dlpo-ltlon.
We mint therefore look beyond local
officer and the Governor to the General
AcmMy and demand that tcp fhall be
taken tliat will put an end to kuklux rule
In Southern llllnol. ami make life ami
property a secure here as In the most or
derly ortlon of the country. Thlf may
be done by following the n;rgcftloin of
the Plater resolutions It will not do to
throw aside those resolutions while
laughing at and disparaging their au
Wo hold up our hands In horror at
lawlessness In the South, and when a
general of the army calls banditti the
citizen of o Stutp b"eaut imn
have been murdered therein by
ui'gulsetl scoundrel!', lie Is ap
plauded. W'c forgot that within the
State of Illinois murders and mobbing
as dastardly as any perpetrated In the
kuklux regions of the South are of very
Xot long ago a band of dlsguUed men
in Williamson county visited In the night
lime, the residence of old man Vanull,
aged about sixty years, took him from Ills
home and hung hlni on n tree until he
Not long ago a band of disguised men,
in Williamson county, visited In the
night time the residence of n man Into
whose custody a child or Ills own had
been placed by the e.ourt,nud Informed lilin
that they had reversed Judge. Dull" de
cision in the ease, and that If lie did not
give the child to the mother a involute
woman, It Is slid Hiey would hang him.
The man olw ycd the decree of the Su
preme Court of tlie Wllllaniioii county Ku
Not long ago a hand of dUgulsol nio
In Williamson county, visited, In the nlht
time, the residence of a citizens win had
been ordered to leave the rounty, and ills
charged n volley Into llm home Thry
were driven oil by theclll.eii and frlewW
of hl, who returned the lire.
Xot long ago, In Williamson eounty,old
man ltullinger was nsntnatcd in the
"lay time on the highway, and Miico then
many men have been killed or wounded
in this vendetta that had Its origin In po-
-ot long at'o only tow wchs iivu
or six of the llulllnger assassins, with
bhotgnns In hand, were on the cars be
tween ilarion and Caibondale boasting
that they wenrln search of human game.
- great party of hunters I And this Is
the nineteenth century, and this the civil
Ued State of Illinois !
Not long ago only a few wecke one
of the Henderson nsassln, against
whom rumor reported an indictment
found, armed to the teeth and full of
whisky, went to the county neat of Wil
liamson county, walked Into the residence
or the State's Attorney, demanded of him
Information concerning the action of the
grand jury, and that he should have pro
ceedings agaliithlm discontinued.
Xot long ago only a few months a
number oftho Williamson county assas
sins were at Anna, Union county, on the
day the Democratic congressional con
vention was held. One of them ap
proached lion. X. It. Caey with a
drawn pistol and proposed to kill him be-cau-o
the would-bo as?ain inspected
him of the high crime and misdemeanor ot
having aided in the defeat ofagentleman
who was a candidate Tor nomination be
fore that convention. Another would-be
assassin on the same occasion, with pistol
In hand, wasseaichlng for a gentlemen
then a member of the General Assembly
to kill him on -mplcion of not lcli.g a
This, and mow, to the account or Wil
llaniMin, not long ago, anion, unilNguUed, at
the town of Carbomlale, In .lacksoucouu
ty, led by a prominent eltlzon-a gentlo-
man who lias been kluee honored by the
Governor attempted to take a pris
oner from the sherlir of the county and
bang him. '
Xot long ago, a mob, undisguised, at
the town of Murphyi-horo, In Jackson
county, took a negro from the Jail and
hung him, a woman placing the ropo
uround the rascal's neck. II mob law is
ever justifiable It was In this case, and we
do not much blame the Governor for
only issuing a little "proclamation"
and then letting the uflair drop. The
Governor In human, and cannot bo ex
pected to bo very energetic In an cflort to
punish the Miuiniary executor of
Justice on a negro guilty oftho rape and
murder of a white woman,
ThU for Jack'sou.
Xot toJr W. d,gi,ed ,n,, m Han-1
dolph county.tvMtcd the residence of a
negro man In the night time, took hlni
outstripped his back nuked, whipped
him and ordered hlni to leave the county.
This for llanilolph.
Xot long ago, a mob attempted to
tfiki- out of the county Jail of Alexander,
a murderer and hang him. Hut the officer-
of the law in Alexander arc not
fearful men, and the mob wa "lndueeH"
to not execute lt Intention.
This for Alexander.
Not longago aband of dlgulscd men,
In Saline county, vldted, hi the night
time, the residence of a citizen, took him
nut of his bed, and on his own porch,
with pltoI at hl head, made hlni dance
tor several hours. The b.ind,on the same
night, vi-lted the residence of another
citizen, took him out of lied and beat him.
They gave him notice that If he gave the
band reason to visit him again, he would
This for Saline.
Xot, long ago on the 15th of the
present month a band of disguised men,
twelve in number, visited, in the night
time, the residence of William Sloan, In
Johnson county, and demanded admit
tance, and this followed, at related by
the Vienna i'tomnn :
'Sloan opened the door when to
bis horror he beheld a dozen
men, all masked and llgiilcd
beyond roeoiultion. They Informed
Sloan that they had heard that he was In
the habit of 'abuIng Ids children and
had come to'see obout it.' They then
demanded to see a little child of Sloan',
which was produced, and carefully ex
amined. No marks of lolenee being
. ilhle on the child's luxly. tho Ku Klux
Informed Sloan that it was well lor him
that the child's body showed no mark
of b.id treatment, and iiduionMiing
him to bo careful as to how lie treated
Ills children, for thev would call on IiIip
again, iiiuiuitt.ii their hordes and ro'e
away. Before leaving, however,
depodted a bunch of filekory awHc". '"
Sloan's door yard. We suppo ".my
iclttho switches to give Sloan I' under
Mand the manner ol the piin'-huicut h
More for him If he failed to -.imply with
their mandates. Alter l-ivhig Sloan's
liouo thev were met in-"" ro:d ' Mr.
Dupont but did not t Mopor In
any wav interfere u' Mr Dupont
says there wire nb'Ut a dozen of the Ku
Kiiix. That soi-e rode hor.-ce and some
mules, but th( both horses and men were
so complct'iy disgul.-ed n to render It ut
teily lin's-fble to recognize them."
Thfcnud more for Johnson.
--We have only partially told the story
Kgjpt an ku-lihixlsin.
To these facts we called the attention
of the General .Wcmbly, and In the
name of the law-abiding people of Kgypt
demand an Investigation, so that a reme
dy, ".short, sharp and decMvc." may be
now at si'i:ia n:i,i).
.Mr. Speaker Ilalues I- winning an un
enviable notoriety. He is arbitrary in
his i tilings, and often incorrect. On
Thursday, this falling of Mr. Speaker
linlne resulted In a row that was a dis
grace to the State of Illinois. .Mr Jones,
of JoDavIes, one of the most troublesome
men In the world, rose to make n motion
to reconsider the vote by which a reso
lution had been adopted an
thorlzlng the Speaker to cm
ploy u clerk. This 3Ir. Jones had
an undoubted right to do under the rule
but ho was rapped down lusiiltliiLdv. lie
persisted; other members got Into lh
squabble, and amid great confusion the
House adjourned without having trans
acted any business. This will never do,
If the Democrats and Independents do
not learn to "run" the Houso with more
ability than they have displayed up to
tins time lu tho session the people will
most probably retire them Into a minority
igain. -Mr. Speaker Haines is we fear
failure, and the majority arc wanderin
sheep without a bell weather.
co.miri.soitY i:iii:catio.- i.v xi:tv
Tho compulsory education bill ot Xew
York went into effect, nominally, on the
urst nay ot January. Heally. the ma
ebluery to carry out Its provisions is not
yet perfected, and belli'' necessarllv
somewhat Intricate, cannot bo for soin'o
time. I lie Hoard of Kducatlon of Saw
York city have adopted a set of rule as
the law directs, for its enforcement. Ac,
cording to these rules, n census of all tho
children In the city between the ages of
eigiu aim ionrieeu year?, nnit be taken.
Thereare eight districts In tho city and an
agent of truancy for each district must be
appointed. The duty of this nirent Is to
keep knowledge or all the children In hi
district, m:c that tiiey attend school, and
In case of a failure to do so, "enforce the
law by means of argument and persuasion
and by means other than force If tho
same can be done." II argument and
pcrsua-loii fall, the culprit can bearrestcd
on a warrant from n police Judge, and If
imiiiii giiuiy, can lie s,,,,t m li.iiiii .ii'j
Maud and iK-ent to school there, or can
w commuted to tho care of tho "Sneb-tv
forllie lleforinatlon of Juvenile Delin
quents," and bo by It subjected to "dls
elpllne, lnetnu tlonamlcontlnement.'
To gel a correct census of all the child
ren lit the city Is Hi,, jrst step iiecosary
to the proper carrying out of tlio law.
To this end, a compiler, agisted by
twelve clerks, arc now classlfvluL' bv
strects.thenamesoftheoiie hundred mid
tnlrty-llve thousand piqills of the public
otiiuujM, mo urns oi wnieli have been fur
nisneil by the teachers. Tho census lists
ot eacn street w hen conmlcted will ei.n
tain tlie number of the hou-e. tbn
aim ago oi tne child, the school it attends,
now employed, the place or employment,
name and residence or tlio einnlovcr nmi
or the parent or guardians.
hen this work is completed, which Is
one orgre.it magnitude, tho census or all
tho children who are not attending .-clioo
iu no Linen in one day.
The second .den nccessarv in n
lijieciiicm oi ttiu law will bo tho
In.. n.l.ll.l...... ."'" I""""-
ofTchoo, "SSlS, ire
already overcrowded wltlf children who
goto school voluntarily ,aud tomakcroom
for those who w ill be forced there by law,
more room murt Ih prolded, Jinny of
these niv not lit associates for the pupils
now In the public schools, and reform
atory Institutions will be opened for
The leading educators of the State do
not look with enthusiastic favor upon the
law, which Is considered weak In some
respects and as opposed lo the genius of
Till: M'IU.ll IKl.I) .lot HNAI, AM)
Tin: i.ori.si.vjs.v oiiit.viii:.
We hold In print respect our contem
porary ot the Splnglleld .uw. We
therefore regret that he Is obtue and ol
those Into whose head understanding of
the simplest proposition mut In- beaten
with a metaphorical sledge hammer. If
he were not of this rlass we would not
have a ditllcult task in making lilin un
derstand the Louisiana atfalr. Hut wv
must not become tired of well-d"ing. We
must take up our sledge lianiiin r and go
at our capltollan friend's tie.nl again.
In u late l-suo of the Journal we un
asked to reply to these question:
Does the liMttw mean to imply that
O'lll Ittinll tin. fi'iutliA i'tr liifiir(,.il
wiisiinjiwtiilabler or does It -i""1
condemnation only to the cmoloj innit of
troops on the reipiisltlon ,''!,'1 ,v'''"
logjr, made In regular forni "1'1"1 J'"" n",
(pict ofn majorftv 0rtheL-'!'ll.Vr,',,lni"'1
member-, for tbe'exnu1""1 " ""rl-
V, will tell niirapitolian interrogator
"J- , " ,Tm .int lo lmi.lv
preel-ely what l m-am ln ""I'O
v e ilo uol1' 11 1 s-iMiMi-uiuiiuuii w
t)i0,.u,j,l0 iiu'iit of troops on tho requisl
lloiicf Kellogg. ve extend our
com,jiiiatlon to the einployiiicnt or the
.'0,fr.d troops as well by the Houe as
i, theGovemor. The .wirnnJciii sliow
ho law Justifying the action of tlie troop-
in the llli of January nllalr; and the fact
that they luleifcred between contending
parlies In a hall of legislation and gave
to one the victory Is a startling
fact a dangerous precedent. They
had no right to apixwr upon the Uoor (if
either Uou-eof the Legislature to enforce
tlie commands of either the Governor, the
Speaker of the House or the President of
tho Senate-had no legal right lo
Interfere even if tlie hobtile parties had
come to blows.
Hut we go still further than thl, and
take Isuiie with Tie Juuntnl when it says
the organization of the I.oiil.iana Hoii.-e
under the speakership of .Mr. Wiltz was
either fatally illegal or In any -en-'e Irreg
ular. It Is claimed by Hie people who b-lieve
with The .lourmtl (hat (he military Inter
ference at Xew Orleans with the I.oul-i-ana
Legislature, might to bo applauded,
that "by the law of Loiil-iaua it was
the duly ol the Clerk or the llou-e to
proceed lo the Hall ol l.'eprescnla
tlves and there lake bis seat and net as
presiding ollleer of the new House until
the newly elected member.- were organ
ized by the choice of n Speaker. " ThU
Is not true. Tho constitution of the State
provides the manner of organization, and
the Radicals acted under It in organizing
sou nuiocsoi me (.eiierai assciiiuiv vear
alter year. Tlie organization n .is effected
by them hi the same manner it was effect
ed on the Hli of January bv the Demo
crats. This the r.adlcaH admitted when
they were nearly all sworn lu a members
of the House alter Mr. Wlltz had taken
tlie chair. Iui5(2alnw wa paed to
limit the constitutional powers and pre
rogatives or the Legislature, and upon
mis law tne ltadieals rely; but the only
ciau,c in it reiernng to the organization
of tlio House Is one declarinir that tlie
Clerk shall read the roll, and that the
persons named on the roll alone
shall participate In the organization. It
(iocs not say that the Clerk -hall take hi
seat and act as presiding ollleer of the
new House. The-e facts were, called to
our attention by a Xew Orleans paper,
ami we nave satiiiicd ourselves that they
The Hoiisc was legally organized. The
Clerk called the roll. Only those mimed
on It participated In the organization.
utz is legally speaker, and If The Jm,r.
nai were candid It would admit the fact.
Hut whether this Is or Is not true, the ac
tion ol General De Trobriand was a treat
outrage and will become a mischievous
Mn. .Miiititirr, of .Marion, an ccrentrln
Democratic member of the State, llnnsn
or Itepreitiilatlves, has Introduced Into
that body tho following:
Jtetolral, That tlie lUWmtn Of.. Il..s.
source ot all power; thatal laws sho I I
be made with reference to their c , ,,o
i lerest and protection : that the power
ol coining money and legulatln-' the
led by tlie states and people to
the L'ovcrnnifiit ni in. i..t.f..i
........... ... v. iiiicii ri iie.s.
null c:iniiot be delegated to corporationi
orh.dlvldua s.but.like.dl other pow,",
so eon del . mii.i I... nv i.'.i , ..
the governuient established fin-mteh pin'
IteooheJ, That the legal-tender treasury
" v" """) iiiiicii tfreennacKs, rep-
ri-sent he entire wealth ol all tlie peoi.le
t "i K" ,'' Stale'' ,,1,",ir " ""'.
stueil in the r name for their benefit, and
H therefore the safe,, most valuable Ma
hie, and eeoiininli.n ,., '
viensiV... i, cvlnjr "!,t u,u ""llm ted
extension ol Its use to the payment ol all
taxes, duties. Imi.w.h. .i'....i '
1.... 1 I i, " '."""V " "-.in
m(.i,,,,,,J,0u.,;:!,lv,,'" .r 'sirg"v.
: , " "siiiiiuy in iko uiein eoual
to and convertible Into gold ni, sl v "
coin at nar: and n.nc n........n.i . V. ':'.'.
prcfereneo and taste, mid supply every
want, with an iinlnineachabb. inedlum ,,t
exelianiro and t.t.nwi,i,-.i r i i" .
val.,es.-do here bv r'., '',uX V" l. 1
gross oftho Chlted States.V'i led ho
l: tel. tlgreat bl'idy of
tl,,. t.,i,i -... . imuii me use oi
ii ,rras,,'-v "ites, or lu anvwlso
(llscrlin nil iilmilmI.. ii, V... ...Vy " 7.
It is said that so.ine limo durlns tlie
wnt year a party ol'onehiimbv,ri: r.
men is coming over to ihUcnnntrv on
grand bullafo hunt. ist l,,
The 'orn of the 'nnttr Ii 'mid on the 'llll
the use oftho troops by the votee.NVIItz' TlH
sell-style-l l.eglslature, In suppiv,.ng ,cf, ,,. ,,,, ItnproUMl, and I gained In
the prote-ts ol Hepiiblleans agalnsi their r, il4:tli mid flesh. In t .r.'e montii, every
atrocious usurnatloii wbleh wa-lhetV1 wtlif. o. ilCr.irrli w.i L-.,ii.iim ltmn.
mrlliig from I.nntri, 1'nlnrrli, Ilron.
chilli, t'oiisiiinpliiiii- . Woittlorfiil
ltoritr.sTF.it, X. Y., Jan. 13, 1871.
It. V. l'lKiicr.. M. I) , Hinniio, m, v. :
l)K.it bin I liiul sutl'uitd rrom Cntnrih
In nil Hgmvatcil lonu lor uliout twelve
jeirsnmi lor eer;il jo r.lrinn I'ninrhWI
iroiiblc. TMcd mm doctor niitl tliliiKS
With no I. stdig lii-iielit. In May, ,m.i, lie
cumin ncrly v.orn out with exri-sMt c
Kdlturnii labors on u paper In New York
CU,Iwji nttitkcil wllh llrmicliltls In a
cere lo in, Mlll lint: ulmov a totnl lav of
voice. 1 returned liomc here, but had
beeu homo mj two weeks w.icn I was
ei'inpb tel. pr.istratcd with 1 teinorrlisi;c
from the l.uiig, having lour ietcro bleed
ing fpib wltliln (o wei'k, aiid lht thteo
In-lilc of lilno iliy. In the Sin trm
bcr foihnlng, 1 Improved nllll.lcn.
Iv to b: nt.e to oc about, thotili in a very
feeble Utc My llionclilnltroiibtorcinsln
edmitl tlietiit.irh nn tuifoM Wnro tlinti
before V.ciy tllort lor roll-1 teemed
lrnl.li-. I so.mcil I ) In lofln (toiinil
daily. I co.it'niled ltilil Iceble stat,
raising bio d almost .Ully until about tho
firt of Murili, 'i i. wlitn I beemio so bjil
.14 to bu until- Iv erilllneil t ) tlio bollso A
fraud sugiWs jour rcineilles. Hut I
wcximn"'lv "kep'lcil Unit llicy would
do me pood, as 1 bad l""t ml hart In renu
Ulcs, ami lgan mlojk iipm medicine Hint
doctors wi lnllj!il t. However, I obtained
onoof tour i Ircittsrs, and rend Itcirelu ly,
from ivlilcli 1 ciii' totlio eoi.L'lil'lon that
joit ui.ilevstooil your bulncM, at lca-t. 1
rinally c bt.. ii-J .i iuanfty of Dr. SieV
Cutorth lljr.ifly. jour Golden .Medical
tHcovcrv and l'el-ts, and rotiiiiiciKcil
tlielr lgrouiif ac ording todlnctlmn.
To my siirprl-e, I soon bexn to Impr vc.
The Discowrv nil I P. Ilct. In a sLort lime.
liroh.u inu ;i uii- ri lilillllll, wil CII
rli ll lia I nearlj ill-appr.red,bad not'oiiidi
wli.i'ri'i' and 1 bad en'irelv I'pj.ivl III r.ilap
M iod! .lid, eoiitr.ry to Hit- expect illnn of
oine of my lr. Ind, iln otirc has r rmlued
pel til Ilium, 1 li..v l,,l , ,ro llrnii.t-
rli.ik'is Ir.mi the I,ung4, and am eiilhclv
I ue ItvtiiOiliirrh. Iioinwli tb I liadsuireiiil
so MiueliandsolTiii;. Tbedebt -f irt tllil"
I owe for the lite., In? I divi. r. .... ...I i
; Tn"r luinu. know., e , u- nut, i m Hi t-
,u',,, t1',";ll'',. "0 exp rle v. Mint
, ymir mtdi. iite will ni.t-ter il'e w in r tin.
,ii 'uul iMi'im in HHP c i.irrn ti well a.
I iTOat liiul I.UIIir ll.rn. . I leivn in
iivu cd th.'io .u very ui'iuv ml rat e -r
. i nk hi tliel. prnbe. (Ir'teiul v xoui s
Wm. II. -i-r.xirit
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excellent monthly prj,e Its rititlnilid
ndap ion to tigpulir (leslrei and nee0. In
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shier It as one ot Hie educators us well a
entsrta'iiers nf tho pub le imtid lor lis nt
pnpiilunty his been w n by no a, pral to
sllipld rejltdlees . r il iirnt:illiut s. Los
The character w. Miuar.itic po.
sc'sm furvuio y cut. . , irilllc w. idlh,
und'lteraryp.ulturctli'.t in Kejd pacewltli,
It It has not led the lime-., sleuth! onso lt
conductors to reg.l d It Willi hl-tllhl.le r )in
llaccLcy. It l-o ent'tles tlicm 1 1 a f Imt
cliilm upon the public gratitude, Tho
Miu:izlno hss dotm eood and u it ellall
the (Ij.vh or Its lire. Itiooklyn K.t'c,
lot:ig freo to Mibsctliicrs in tlic I'nltcd
Harpcr'i4 Mngaziiie, one jear in
H 00 Ineliiiles prepayment of U. .-. pot
age by tlio pllbllslieis.
-ub;eriptlons to llRrpei Mncnzine,
W eeKly, or llnzar. to otm address lor one
ycr, 31i)K); or two ot Harpei's iieriooi
ess. to one address ror one war, 7 00;
Aiixtra cpy ot either the Mntinzltio.
Weekly or llazir will bo supplied viaMs nr
ev- ry club ol tlvn nili'crlbirs nt l to oecb,
in one riiultt lire; or six roplc. , r $.'0 00,
without extra copy; postige tree.
Hark tiumbers can be supplied at tnv
A compUto ttt of llifipcr's Miirnzlne,
now cotiiirllng 4ll vo'uiik, In ic at clulh
lilndtii, will be sent by i xpies-, Ireltiht ui
Iho open-e ol purcliiMT, for :, j r
xoliunc. ,lnjl oluine, by mall, ii.is'pthl,
n.1 ('Inn. ca... , nr blcdliif;, hn omt,
by ii'dll, tpnld.
t3".Saw(p3pors nro not to oipy this id
v. nbeuient w thout tbe expivs oriltrj ol
II .rp-r.V Hnili-r-.
Address HAItl'HIt .V HKOTHHIt?. X. V.
Is widely known
asoneot the most
,i dies tir discov-
fcVV,vd fr'Jf i Xl1 '',r ideins-
firAi)!!'''-' ihe 'v,o,n
ViiWit'i YlF?f.-.r iJ"i. it ns
'xM(y tl.e test of
reputation, Lased .r. n intiinric irlnuj',
and fii-ta'med by iis irui.irkable ruro!.
So mild as to Ik- - ..'i end bcuefleial to
cliiMrcn, and i: so iai,Linx an to
illeciually jnirm tlio g;..it eornip
tions of i he blvod, vah a the scrot
u!uits r.r..l sipliiiiii'1 euiitaitiinalion.
Iinpir'lipf or 'i . s tin' hae lurkeil
in tl" ty-ti"n (j: ve.:r icon jicld to
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hem ii ils ivoaderful cures, iiiniu of
which are publicly kno.'n, o!-!:onilllll,
and a'l (cioliilou diMi-e., UltM.'i'S,
Km pilous, and crup'ivc dluordeni of
the I'tin, Tumors', lilotclics, Uolls,
jL'imiHc, i'ustiilos, Hopes St. '
Attlhony's Flro, INiso or Kry- I
.sip'dns. Totter, 'stilt Uliciim, I
Si;nM llcntl. i:invi)rrt), and in j
t. mil Cl-jorntioiis of (lio Uterus,
Stoni.-cli. atnl JA o.r. It alto cures
ot!er pomtila.-'s. to .-hlch it would not
tc:m sj.crhllv rdapted.sbilias Droi)
ny, DyjspppHia, Fits, Netirnlgln,
licii t DKeasc, l Vninlo Wcnk
iioss, Ueliiiity, and I.ouoorrlian,
vhrn they arc manifestations of tho
It U an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the .Spriiij. Iiy renew
ing tie appetite and vigor of tile diges
tive oran-, it dliip:iteg the depression
and listless languor of the season.
Kven where no disorder apt"nin. people
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
tlie blood. Tlie system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new lease uf life.
piir.PAiir.i) n r
Dr. J. C. AYER &. CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'raetlenl nnJ Auiibjlh-iil Chn-.tltli.
HOLD CV ALL Ultl'UOlSTS J VLIU WtlLIttS.
Every year increnses the populari
ty of this vnltiablu Hair Preiiaration j
which- is duo to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high (standard ;
and it is the only reliable and perfect
cd preparation for restoring Git.vv
on Fadud Haiii to its youthful color,
making it soft, Itihtrou.s, and silken.
I he scalp, by itH use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and (landrail, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents tho haii-from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair
grows thicker and M longer. In
baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, ..nil
will create a new growth, ere i.i in
extreme old age. It is tho most eco
nomical n.vm iJitnssiNti iiv.-i- in.' l
11 roijiiirc.s lower ii j,;iciit! n-,
and gtvo.s tlio hair n siilendid, i ,y
njipcannice. A. A. Hayes, jl.lX,
h into Assiiyor of Mnssnuhiisot t s, a y.,
" 1 ho constituents nro iiiro,nnd caro
mlly fielcetcd for excellent quality:
and I consider it the 13i:sr PitEi'v
jiatio.v for its intended iittrnoses."
Soil lV ell VrujaUti, anil neatwj In J dlclna.
1'rloo Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Hemnver in many cases
requires too lonK a time, and too
to restore gray or faded
Uluskei-H, wo havo inejiared tliiu
dyp. m one preparation ; which will
miickly and ellectiially accomplish
this result. It i3 easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash offi Sold by
all Druggists. Price Filly Cents.
Manufactured by K, p. HALL & CO.,
Hi hi., m. m rvua.
P ATE NT MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL. WINDOW GLASS.
BRUSHES, SOAPS. COLORS, OILS
TUBE fcoLORb', DYE STUFFS.
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
7""; ""li'-il e.,rri-Hintcnr- and orilrr from
flllcl Willi i.lijl.lc lint,-
, oi i.' mmm in i.ur iin
at tinsuiulii ' r.it. 4
WHOLESALE i P.ETAIL,
7-t Ohio Lrvne.
Should be sold by the Hardware, Grocery, and Canned
Goodi Trade everywhere,
tr err.::: rvr;- :::: er ;r.t vkzui tini7 act ttunr.
Ulll Kd .Sinner, Vrtr, ui) rtttlit of SS Ctntt.'
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor,
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains
Travelors will always find tho best accommo
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Wo have replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. We arc determined
lo establish the reputation of our o'tlice fur first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastie patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that we do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Air. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing do
partmont, a'nd will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
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